• 10 Most Famous And Powerful Star Wives Of Bollywood

    Their men are able to create magic on-screen, because these ladies support them through thick and thin. They are talented, influential and command a position of their own. They are not dependent on their husbands and can run the world (READ Single Celebrity Moms). So, meet the most famous and powerful Bollywood star wives, who are anything but ordinary.

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  • Four days to go, 243 seats: Numbers favour the BJP in Bihar's 'wave' election - Firstpost

    With the first phase of the Bihar elections just five days away, the first of the major pre-election voter surveys is out, this one being conducted by the fairly credible Lokniti-CSDS, and published by The Indian Express. While the survey shows the BJP-led four-party coalition four percentage points ahead, the 42-38 split between it and the rival Nitish-Lalu-Congress alliance suggests that this is fight between two strong forces. The BJP coalition certainly has the edge, but the four percent overall lead should be read with caution at this stage in a multi-phase election where voter behaviour in the early phases tends to have some impact on voters in subsequent phases. If late-September voting intentions hold, the BJP coalition will win hands down as a four percent lead will get it a disproportionate share of seats.

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  • Losing to South Africa a blessing in disguise: Kohli

    Kolkata, Oct 8 (IANS) Prior to the third and final Twenty20 International (T20I), Indian middle-order batsman Virat Kohli on Thursday said losing the series to South Africa will act as a blessing for India ahead of the T20 World Cup to be held in the country in 2016. In the first two games in the series which were held in Dharamsala and Cuttack, India lost by seven and six wickets respectively to give the Proteas the series win. "We have a lot of games coming up going forward to the World T20.

  • Vijay Breaks Silence On The Tax Evasion Controversy!

    Tamil star Vijay has finally opened up about the recent tax evasion controversy that stated that the actor has been evading tax since the past five years. Although the tax officials do not seem to share the same opinion with the actor. Vijay has however stated that he is trying to clear the air with the Income Tax department.

    Business of Cinema
  • Gionee launches flagship E8 in India with Snapdeal

    New Delhi, Oct 8 (IANS) Chinese handset-maker Gionee on Thursday launched its flagship E8 smartphone in India in partnership with domestic e-commerce player Snapdeal at a price of Rs.34,999. "Gionee's E8 is going to be one of the finest offering to the Indian smartphone market with its cutting edge technology and design element. Built to perform like a professional camera for today's user, the E8 offers every aspect and dimension of a professional camera," said William Lu, Gionee global president.

  • Salman Khan’s Father Salim Khan Returns Back From Hospital!

    In our film industry, we know Salim Khan best for being one half of the prolific screenwriting duo of Salim-Javed. Well, all was not well health wise for Salim Khan who has been operated for Hernia at the suburban Lilavati hospital in Bandra, Mumbai. Looks like health has finally returned to Mr. Khan, we are sure Salman Khan must be delighted to get his strongest Daddy back home.

    Business of Cinema
  • CBI to ask Indrani about will she signed with husband Peter Mukerjea

    A joint will, signed by Indrani and her husband Peter Mukerjea, is the first legal document the CBI plans to confront Indrani with during questioning, agency sources told The Indian Express. Indrani, her ex-husband Sanjay Khanna and former driver Shyam Rai are accused of killing Indrani’s daughter Sheena Bora. A Mumbai court Monday extended Indrani’s judicial custody until October 19.

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  • Amit Shah attacks Lalu over beef remark, asks Nitish Kumar to break silence - News18.com

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  • Coal scam | Tell coal bench your case is different: SC to Manmohan Singh

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to convince the special bench —constituted in the top court to hear coal scam cases — as to how his case was “different” and required to be heard separately. Initially, the bench said that the matter will be listed next week, but minutes thereafter senior advocate Harish Salve, appearing for Aditya Birla Group's Hindalco, urged the chief justice to fix the hearing after Diwali vacation. Salve's request was supported by another senior advocate K K Venugopal, who appeared for former minister of state for coal Santosh Bagrodia, who is an accused in another coal scam case.

    The Indian Express
  • 29 Ways to Earn Some Extra Cash

    At Fiverr, an online community of freelancers, you can advertise your proficiency in skills such as writing and translation, video and animation, and advertising. As Fiverr's name indicates, your services sell starting at $5 a pop, and you have the option of adding ancillary services to make more money. Set your own fees with TaskRabbit, which will keep 15% to 30% of the transaction.

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  • Oil down, snaps 3-day rally after big U.S. crude build

    Oil fell in volatile trading on Wednesday, snapping a three-day rally, after U.S. government data showing a large crude inventory build surprised traders the day after an industry group had reported a draw. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said domestic crude inventories rose 3.1 million barrels last week, more than the 2.2 million-barrel build forecast by analysts in a Reuters survey. Just on Tuesday, preliminary inventory data by the American Petroleum Institute had suggested a drawdown of 1.2 million barrels.

  • Coffee Day eyes $1 billion valuation with biggest Indian IPO in 3 yrs

    Coffee Day Enterprises Ltd, which runs the nation's biggest coffee chain, said it is eyeing a valuation of as much as 67.5 billion rupees ($1.04 billion) based on the issue price of its initial public offering next week that will be the biggest in the local market in nearly three years. Coffee Day, which is selling new shares in the IPO, will dilute as much as 17.55 percent on a post-issue basis to raise up to 11.5 billion rupees, according to a presentation made at a company news conference on Wednesday. The company will sell 3.4 billion rupees worth of shares to cornerstone investors ahead of the IPO, managers to the IPO said.

  • Ford India launches upgraded EcoSport with base price of Rs.679,563

    New Delhi, Oct.7 (ANI): Ford India launched its new EcoSport with enhanced power, performance, appeal and features with a starting price of Rs 679,563. This has been done keeping in mind the festive season which is just round the corner. The new EcoSport comes with Ford's highly efficient 1.5L TDCi diesel engine with an improved peak power of 100 PS that delivers a mileage of 22.27 Km per litre.

  • India rubbishes Nepal's claim of providing security to truckers

    New Delhi, Oct. 8 (ANI): Rubbishing the Nepal Government's claim of providing adequate security to Indian truckers, Ministry of External Affairs' Spokesperson Vikas Swarup on Thursday said there have been a number of incidents that have given rise to serious concerns about the security of freight forwarders and transporters. Elaborating further, he said, "On September 22, one Indian fruit vendor was attacked and seriously injured by Nepal Police in Birgunj. In yet another incident in Birgunj, Nepal Police fired tear gas shells, some of which landed on the India side of the border.

  • BCCI appoints new auditor

    Days after shifting the its treasurer’s office from Chennai — where former BCCI president N Srinivasan is based — to Mumbai, the Indian cricket board terminated the services of Chennai-based tax auditor firm.

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  • Volkswagen says 77,000 Australia vehicles had emissions cheating software

    The Australian unit of Volkswagen said on Wednesday some 77,000 vehicles sold in the country had been fitted with devices designed to mask the level of emissions, widening a global scandal engulfing the German automaker. The unit said it had set up a website for customers to see if their vehicles, including almost 55,000 Volkswagen branded passenger cars, 5,000 Skodas and more than 17,000 Volkswagen commercial vehicles, had the affected EA 189 diesel engines. "Volkswagen Group Australia takes this issue extremely seriously and is continuing to gather all the facts from our head office to support any rectification plans in Australia," Managing Director John White said in a statement.

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  • Congress accuses Shiv Sena of practicing dual standards over Ghulam Ali concert

    New Delhi, Oct. 8 (ANI): Congress leader Shakeel Ahmed on Thursday said that Shiv Sena is practicing dual standards by opposing the concert of Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali as the latter had welcomed Pakistan cricketer Javed Miandad earlier. "When Javed Miandad had come, then Shiv Sena chief had welcomed him, but when some other artist from Pakistan comes, they behave in a different way.

  • Actor Randy Quaid detained in Canada - report

    U.S. actor Randy Quaid was arrested in Montreal by Canada Border Services Agency officials, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp reported on Wednesday. Quaid had sought asylum in Canada in 2010, claiming that business associates sought to harm him. Evi Quaid, the actor's wife, told CBC her husband was detained on Tuesday after attending a regular check-in with the immigration agency's office in Montreal.

  • Kashmir issue resolvable says Kasuri

    New Delhi, Oct. 7 (ANI): Ex-foreign minister of Pakistan, Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri, on Wednesday said both India and Pakistan's stand on the Kashmir issue is well stated and clear and the issue is 'resolvable'. "Jammu and Kashmir is an outstanding problem, let's not shut our eyes, it remains an issue. Despite all problems and contradictions, India's position is very well stated.