• Box Office: Pulkit Samrat-Yami Gautam’s Sanam Re First Day Shocking Collection

    Pulkit Samrat–Yami Gautam starrer Sanam Re released on the same day with Katrina Kaif–Aditya Roy Kapur starrer Fitoor. Both the films have opened below the mark and are struggling at the box office.Sanam Re opened to a low occupancy of 15%. The film had a low collection on day one, it collected Rs 3.50 crore net approx. (Rs 35 million)Sanam Re has done best collections in Mumbai (Rs 1.10 crore net approx).and Delhi (Rs 75 lakh approx). The film needs that big growth on Saturday, to have a decent weekend collection. Sanam Re has done better in places like UP, Rajasthan, Gujarat and CI. ...

    Business of Cinema
  • Photo Alert: Ranveer Singh’s Cute Surprise For Deepika Padukone On The Sets Of xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage!

    Check out this lover boy of our B-Town, none other than Ranveer Singh making his way to reach out to his ladylove in Toronto on the sets of Deepika Padukone‘s first Hollywood project “xXx – The Return Of Xander Cage“. Look’s like Ranveer Singh can’t keep his hands off Deepika Padukone. It’s Valentine’s Day tomorrow, a big day celebration for all the lovers of this planet of all races, caste, languages, religions, to celebrate the special someone in their lives and fill their day with just “love”.

    Business of Cinema
  • Had advised PM Modi to establish contact with Sonia, Rahul: Manmohan Singh

    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has advised his successor Narendra Modi to “establish contact” with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi if his government wants to improve its relations with the Congress party and seek its support on issues of national importance. In his first interview since demitting office two years ago, Singh has told India Today magazine that he had told this to Modi when he met him before the Parliament session last year.

    The Indian Express
  • Missing snapdeal employee returns home: Every time someone asks her what happened, she starts crying: Mother

    Every day, Narendra Sarna would receive a call from his daughter Dipti, asking him to come pick her up. It was the first time Narendra had heard from Dipti in over 36 hours, after she went missing on her way back home from work Wednesday evening. In spite of being traumatised after such an incident, she was brave enough to tell me that she will come to Vaishali from the New Delhi railway station.

    The Indian Express
  • Kapil Sharma back with Sidhu and Sumona. Watch out, Krushna!

    The stand-up comedian returns full throttle

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  • Virat asked Anushka to slow down on her career

    Buzz is, India’s Test captain didn’t want her to sign Sultan

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  • 26-year-old actor dies of heart attack during performance at Prithvi Theatre

    A 26-year-old actor died after he had to be rushed to hospital during the performance of a play at Prithvi Theatre on Thursday. Rushil Sharma was acting in the play Gadha aur Gaddha, directed by Naseeruddin Shah. After managing to complete his major scene in the first half of the play, Sharma told Patil of his discomfort.

    The Indian Express
  • Kingfisher House to go under hammer on Mar 17 for loan recovery: SBICAP

    SBICAP Trustee Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of SBI Capital Markets, on Friday said in a newspaper notice it would hold an e-auction of Kingfisher House, Kingfisher Airlines’ corporate office in Mumbai, on March 17. The reserve price for the property has been set at Rs150 crore, SBICAP Trustee said in the notice on Friday. The auction is part of the recovery process of dues from the airline’s promoter Vijay Mallya, under the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002.

    The Indian Express
  • Let the nation judge my daughter's integrity: D. Raja

    New Delhi, Feb. 13 (ANI): Challenging the Delhi Police's search operation to arrest Rama Naga and four others in the alleged involvement of anti-national activities in the JNU campus, CPI leader D. Raja on Saturday said the police cannot question the integrity of Rama, adding that it is for the nation to judge. Police must be withdrawn from the JNU campus. JNU campus must be allowed to function in a normal way as a university.

    ANI
  • West Indians Narine and Pollard out of World Twenty20

    West Indies' hopes of winning the World Twenty20 for the second time in four years suffered a setback on Friday when off-spinner Sunil Narine and all-rounder Kieron Pollard pulled out of their squad. The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) also announced that all the players would be given until Sunday to settle a dispute by signing their tournament contracts. Earlier this week, captain Darren Sammy said mediation was the best way to settle the row if the board would not "consider our request to double the match fees (of $6,900), share 50 percent of sponsorship fees and award 100 percent of prize money to players".

    Reuters
  • Women buy more sexual wellness products than men in February

    Women's purchases in the first two weeks of February go up to 54 percent of the total revenue generated by the sexual wellness products industry, compared to 41 percent on an average throughout the year, said the study conducted by ThatsPersonal.com, a seller of sexual wellness products. "Sixty-one percent of wellness products purchased during the month of February are by females and that too during the first 20 days of February. The cities which witness the highest purchase of sexual wellness products include Bangalore, Baroda, Pune, New Delhi and Mumbai," said the study.

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  • Karnataka: Three medical students drown in irrigation canal while taking selfies

    Three students of Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences drowned on Friday evening, after falling in an irrigation canal in Hulivana village, 180km from Bengaluru, reportedly while they were clicking selfies. Mandya district police said that the bodies of two students had been fished out and search was on for the third. Lokesh, Circle Inspector of Mandya Rural, said the victims, all aged 24, have been identified as Sruthi and Jeevan, residents of Bengaluru and Girish, a native of Tumkur.

    The Indian Express
  • Clooney says refugee crisis is huge, U.S. Muslim ban won't happen

    By Sarah Mills BERLIN (Reuters) - George Clooney said on Friday the refugee crisis is bigger than the headline-grabbing exodus from Syria and Iraq, and he believes Americans "will do the right thing" by rejecting Donald Trump and calls to ban Muslims entering the United States. Clooney spoke to Reuters on the same day he and his wife, the human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin Clooney, met German Chancellor Angela Merkel behind closed doors at the chancellery to discuss the refugee issue. The Clooneys were in the German capital for the international premiere of "Hail, Caesar!", in which Clooney has a starring role and which opened the Berlin International Film Festival on Thursday.

    Reuters
  • Gravitational waves: They scorned Sanjeev Dhurandhar 3 decades ago, today he is the toast of modern science

    Three decades before international scientists announced they have detected the gravitational waves Albert Einstein had proposed, a young scientist was already talking about the idea. Sanjeev Dhurandhar’s ideas were then greeted with incredulity but, on Thursday, he was the toast of the scientific community who gathered at the Inter-University Centre of Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) in Pune. Prof Jayant Narlikar, former IUCAA director, recalled the 1980s.

    The Indian Express
  • Multiple choice questions and Headley’s pick; says Ishrat Jahan was LeT operative

    Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam led David Coleman Headley through a process of elimination on Thursday before the 26/11 scout identified Ishrat Jahan as a “woman Lashkar-e-Toiba member” killed in an “unsuccessful LeT operation”. A similar elimination process with three choices ended with Headley naming Gujarat as the state where the operation took place. It began with Nikam asking Headley if he was aware of a women’s wing in LeT.

    The Indian Express
  • Comedian Russel Peters explains why he calls Mumbai ‘Bombay’

    The decision hasn't gone down well with many Indians who believe the names of Mumbai and many other cities were legitimately changed through democratic process and in fact, what really was imposed was 'Bombay'. Last year, the CBFC, which certifies films, had included 'Bombay' in a list of cuss words not to be used in films. This whole Mumbai Bombay name change thing is so amusing.

    The Indian Express
  • Oil rockets from 12-year low on renewed talk of OPEC cut

    Global oil prices surged as much as 12 percent on Friday after a report once again suggested OPEC might finally agree to cut production to reduce the world glut, while a bounce in stock markets fed appetite for risk. Despite the strong daily gain, oil prices were poised to end the week down as much as 5 percent. The United Arab Emirates' energy minister said the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries was willing to cooperate on an output cut, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday after crude futures settled in U.S. trade.

    Reuters
  • Coca-Cola India shuts three plants as brand suffers inadequate demand

    New Delhi, Feb. 12 (ANI): Coca-Cola India has stopped production at three plants ahead of the peak summer season due to inadequate demand of the brand's beverages. The plants situated in Jaipur, Andhra Pradesh and Meghalaya are affected due to the agony. Activist body India Resource Center (IRC) reported the primary reasons for the closure to be the Kaladera plant in Jaipur, which increased difficulty in accessing groundwater from a depleted aquifer, in addition to incurring financial losses.

    ANI
  • Why Indian films are banned in Pakistan

    By Ashish Kumar Singh New Delhi, Feb 12 (ANI): Sonam Kapoor's forthcoming biopic film 'Neerja' has been banned in Pakistan allegedly for showing the country in poor light. 'Neerja' is not the first Bollywood film to be banned in Pakistan as there have been several other flicks, which could not save themselves from coming under the hammer of the neighbouring country's censor board. Pakistan had earlier banned big banner Indian films like 'Haider', 'Phantom', 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan', 'The Dirty Picture' and 'Ek Tha Tiger' among others.

    ANI
  • Experts react as retail inflation hits 17-month high in January

    India's annual consumer price inflation edged up to a 17-month high of 5.69 percent in January, driven up by higher food costs, government data showed on Friday. Meanwhile, separate data showed India's ...

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