• First Look: Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Paresh Rawal In Hera Pheri 3

    Here comes the first look of John Abraham, Paresh Rawal, Abhishek Bachchan from the sets of the third installment of Hera Pheri series. The star cast of Hera Pheri 3 has already started with the shooting of the movie in Dubai. Also in one of the pictures you can see John Abraham in his role standing in the lawn, where actress Neha Sharma is talking on the cell phone.

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  • Vivek Oberoi’s brother is Deepika’s runaway date - Mumbai Mirror -

    Vivek Oberoi's younger brother Akshay has an impressive line-up of five films this year. In less than a month's time he will be going on a date with a somewhat distracted Deepika Padukone in the Amitabh Bachchan-Irrfan Khan drama Piku. "But all through dinner, all she does is talk about her father, Amitabh Bachchan's ailments and that's the end of our relationship and my cameo," Akshay laughs. He will then be seen romancing Aditi Rao Hydari in Fitoor.

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  • AbRam plays with mom Gauri Khan in Goa | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Shah Rukh Khan is naturally possessive of his baby boy AbRam. Little AbRam doesn’t have a lot of candid pictures with his mommy Gauri Khan. While Gauri and SRK were chilling out with their friends, AbRam had a little fun of his own.

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  • Xiaomi Mi 4 gets a price cut in India - The Times of India

    Chinese device maker Xiaomi has announced a price cut for its Mi 4 smartphone.

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  • If You Want To Love Yourself, Don’t Say These 10 Things

    There’s always going to be a day when you’re a little down on yourself. Maybe things didn’t go well for you at work, or you’re not feeling your best, or life just isn’t going your way. And trust me — I know how much that sucks. When this happens, don

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  • Shah Rukh Khan spends time with AbRam on a beach in Goa

    A picture of doting dad Shah Rukh Khan with the tiny tot has been making the rounds. In the picture, both Shah Rukh Khan and AbRam can be seen sitting on the sandy beach, as SRK looks lovingly at his youngest son. AbRam looks adorable in a tee shirt and shorts with sneakers as he examines something he picked up in the sand. Shah Rukh Khan, Gauri and AbRam were in Goa for the opening of Sachiin Joshi’s resort, Planet Hollywood.

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  • Sourav Ganguly in right place at right time - The Times of India

    Ganguly has reportedly told Jagmohan Dalmiya that he is interested in stepping into the shoes of Duncan Fletcher whose term ended with the 2015 World Cup.

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  • Intersex surgeries spark move away from drastic treatment

    She was born to a young Chicago couple, named Jennifer, and grew into a beautiful long-lashed child with wavy dark hair, big brown eyes and a yearning, youthful desire to be just like all the other girls. Jennifer Pagonis was born intersex, an umbrella term for several conditions in which an infant's reproductive anatomy doesn't conform to standard definitions of male or female. Then, as surgical techniques for ambiguous genitals evolved, doctors began performing surgeries on affected infants and encouraged parents to raise children as the sex they visibly resembled.

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  • The very first Maruti 800 is now an abandoned, rusting car

    India’s first Maruti 800 car, which gave its owner Harpal Singh and his wife Gulshanbeer Kaur a celebrity status, is dying a slow death outside the couple’s Green Park residence in Delhi with nobody to take care of it after they passed away. The car, whose keys were handed to Harpal Singh by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on December 14, 1983, has not been used for one-and-a-half-years. It now has the hallmarks of an abandoned car: rusting with weed growing around it.

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  • The only male northern white rhino left in the entire world is under 24-hour protection by armed guards

    There's a chance, however, that a northern white rhino could mate with a southern white rhino, the only rhino species not on the endangered list. Poaching and habitat loss seriously threaten the rhino population. In 2013, 1,004 rhinos were poached in South Africa.

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  • Formula 1: Chinese hostess sprayed in the face with champagne by Lewis Hamilton | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    A Chinese Grand Prix podium hostess who had champagne sprayed in her face by race winner Lewis Hamilton has played down the incident after the Formula One world champion was accused of sexist bullying. "I think some foreign media are more sensitive about the topic than local media, I was just told by my employer to stand on the podium, and that's what I did." she added.

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  • Ghar aaya mera pardesi: Here's Amul take on Rahul Gandhi's return - Firstpost

    Ghar aaya mera pardesi: Here's Amul take on Rahul Gandhi return

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  • The strongest BRIC is starting to crumble

    Weak domestic and external demand, depressed industrial production, and stubbornly low inflation have some analysts worried. While Morgan Stanley analysts predict a rise in urban consumption and capital expenditure due to "government policy efforts to improve business environment and fast-track the decision-making process," it's pretty likely that Reserve Bank of India governor Rajan will be cutting rates again soon.

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  • Bangalore-Mysore corridor Phase I almost complete: NICE

    Ashok Kheny, MD, Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprise says the company’s project to develop 111 km of expressway connecting Bangalore to Mysore is close to its Phase I completion. Of 62 kms, the company has made 56 kms and is waiting to acquire land for the same. Furthermore, Kheny says the company’s board is considering a reverse merger of NICE with BF Utility, that owns 74 percent stake. Below is the edited transcript of Murali Ashok Kheny's interview with Latha Venkatesh and Sonia Shenoy on CNBC-TV18.

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  • 6 Ways to Stay Happy When Life Gets Hard

    Fights are about anything—a tone of voice, a missed phone call—but underneath they are really about painful emotions, jealousy, insecurity, hurt, anger that may predate the affair, or even the marriage the affair broke up.

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  • China says Modi visit could be best chance for resolving border dispute with India

    Beijing, Apr.17 (ANI): The Chinese Government is reportedly of the view that the strong political will exhibited by both President Xi Jingping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi could provide the best possible chance for both countries to resolve their long-pending border dispute. Interacting with media here, Huang Xilian, Deputy Director-General of the Department of Asian Affairs in the Chinese foreign ministry, said China is eagerly awaiting the visit of Prime Minister Modi and has very high expectations in terms of outcomes from that trip. China, he further stated, has always wanted to maintain "peace and tranquillity" at the border with India, and said with a strong leadership on both sides, a positive movement could be made to solve the contentious border dispute.

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  • Indian Railways turn 162: Train journeys in North India that you should certainly take

    One of the world's largest railway networks, the Indian railways, has turned 162-year-old today!

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  • This infographic explains why the IPL continues to be a money spinner

    Kolkata Knight Riders are now the most valuable franchise brand in the IPL.According to American Appraisal, a brand valuation firm, defending IPL champion KKRs brand value rose almost 25 percent to $86 million, giving it a clear lead over second placed Mumbai Indians, valued at $72 million.Meanwhile CSK dropped to third as its value decreased by $5 million to $67 million in the wake spot-fixing and gambling allegations against team principal Gurunath Meiyappan, and the Supreme Court of Indias ruling on the conflict-of-interest of franchise owner, and former BCCI president, N Srinivasan.The other gainers were Kings XI Punjab and Sunrisers Hyderabad, the former appreciating by 28 percent and the latter by 40 percent. Meanwhile Delhi Daredevils find themselves last on yet another IPL table, with their brand value dropping from $40 million to $34 million.The highest gainers in terms of individual franchise brand values are Kolkata Knight Riders (US$86mn) and Kings IX Punjab (US$41mn) who saw an increase from their 2014 brand values mainly driven by a fantastic on field performance and continued fan engagement, the report said.Chennai and Delhi however saw a decrease in their brand values, one recovering from a spate of recent controversies that dampened advertiser sentiment and the other failing to improve its standing on the points table.However, the report did not explain how Sunriserss brand made the biggest jump in percentage terms.

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  • Banks can now offer differential rates to fixed deposit holders - The Times of India

    Rich depositors can look forward to better returns on their money, as the Reserve Bank of India has allowed banks to offer higher rates of interest to those who agree not to prematurely withdraw their high-value fixed deposits.

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  • Al Jazeera Banned for Five Days; Action Against Several Other Channels

    NEW DELHI: The government has ordered the English news channel Al Jazeera to be taken off air for five days for repeatedly showing wrong map of India, where parts of Kashmir were shown in Pakistan, and even Lakshdweep Andamans Islands were omitted in case news bulletins. While another Gujarat based channel Satlon News TV channel has been asked to go off air for thirty days with effect from April 15 for showing a news item which showed nude visuals of a tv actor. In case of Al Jazeera, the inter ministerial committee that looks into the complaints against channels,  said  the channel has committed “cartographic aggression”  and , recommended to the Information and Broadcasting ministry that the channel deserves to be given a “deterrent punishment for their misdemeanour”.

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