• Yash Raj hasn't forgiven Shraddha Kapoor

    Here's what they did to get back at her!

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  • This Delhi boy’s Twitter humour on Sonu Nigam’s on-flight performance is epic

    About two weeks ago, Sonu Nigam decided to give an impromptu performance mid-air on a Jet plane from Jodhpur to Mumbai and people couldn't stop feeling lucky. Inevitably, his video went viral. But the episode did not go down well with Jet Airways authorities and they decided to suspend all cabin crew. Well, the carrier took to Twitter to issue the statement which has thrown Twitterati into a frenzy yet again.

    The Indian Express
  • For India’s fastest train, railways will fence entire route costing around Rs 70 cr

    As the Indian Railways plans to roll out Gatiman Express--tipped as the country's fastest train yet—on the Delhi-Agra route shortly, it in an unprecedented decision has decided that the entire 195-kilometer long route will be fenced by March 2017. Conservative estimates have pegged the cost of the fencing at around Rs 70 crore and it will be for the first time in the country that an entire track length will be fenced both sides. Since the complete fencing on the route will only be done by March 2017, railways for the time being have decided to allow the running of this train for the first year, by having “sturdy fencing” at all of the “identified vulnerable locations”.

    The Indian Express
  • Exclusive: Upasana Singh aka Pinky Bua Of Comedy Nights With Kapil Reveals On Teaming Up With Krushna Abhishek

    People were very much excited and were enjoying one of the hit shows ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’. As we all know, Kapil Sharma’s most loved show is now replaced by the new show ‘Comedy Nights Live’, which is being hosted by Krushna Abhishek and Bharti Singh. While everyone chose to move out with Kapil Sharma, only the character of Pinky Buaa (Upasana Singh) sustained.

    Business of Cinema
  • PM Modi pays tribute to Assam reformer Sankaradeva, says he tried to eradicate untouchability 500 years ago

    Prime minister Narendra Modi on Friday paid rich tributes to Srimanta Sankaradeva – the 16th century saint-reformer of Assam – and said that he not only pioneered eradication of untouchability in India, five centuries ago but also took spiritualism to a new heights by painting it with the colours of lives of the common man. “It is unbelievable and unthinkable that a saint-reformer launched a mass movement five centuries ago to eradicate untouchability and other social evils, and that too in far away Assam. Wondering how the teachings of a 16th century preacher could continue to draw lakhs of people in modern times, Modi pointed out that Sankaradeva did it by applying scientific methods of various forms and mass media to propagate neo-Vaishnavism among the people.

    The Indian Express
  • One year of Arvind Kejriwal govt: Here is what happened so far under AAP rule

    The Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi is set to complete one year in office even as the city stinks with garbage littered across its streets due to the strike by MCD workers over non-payment of their salaries.

    The Indian Express
  • Exclusive: Sidharth Shukla And Tanishaa Mukerji’s Reaction On Their Alleged Affair!

    ‘Neel N Nikki’ actress and Bigg Boss 7 fame Tanishaa Mukerji is back in news once again for her alleged relationship. Remember, how Tanishaa Mukerji grabbed all the eyeballs after she started dating Armaan Kohli inside Bigg Boss 7 house? After breaking up with Armaan, reportedly Tanishaa has once again found love and its none other than Balika Vadhu actor Sidharth Shukla.

    Business of Cinema
  • Shahid Kapoor Full Of Praises For His Rumoured Ex-Flame Priyanka Chopra

    Priyanka Chopra, a powerhouse performer who’s talent and guts can never ever be underestimated and she always proves it by her performances and achievements one after the other. Recently, at the press conference of Zee Cine Awards 2016, where Shahid Kapoor will be hosting the awards. It’s true that PC is making India and all Indians really proud by presenting our country on such prestigious platforms.

    Business of Cinema
  • Exclusive - Iran wants payment in euros for new oil sales and old dues from India, others: source

    By Nidhi Verma NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Iran wants to recover tens of billions of dollars it is owed by India and other buyers of its oil in euros and is billing new crude sales in euros, too, looking to reduce its dependence on the U.S. dollar following last month's sanctions relief. A source at state-owned National Iranian Oil Co (NIOC) told Reuters that Iran will charge in euros for its recently signed oil contracts with firms including French oil and gas major Total, Spanish refiner Cepsa and Litasco, the trading arm of Russia's Lukoil. "In our invoices we mention a clause that buyers of our oil will have to pay in euros, considering the exchange rate versus the dollar around the time of delivery," the NIOC source said.

    Reuters
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  • Arjun bogged down by the Zika epidemic

    The actor surely didn’t see this coming

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  • From heavy wallets to hard-hitters: All you need to know about IPL 9 player auctions

    A total of 351 cricketers will go under the hammer when the Indian Premier League's auction for the ninth edition takes place in Bengaluru on Saturday, 6 February. Eight teams will participate in the auctions - Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Gujarat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiants. The two new teams — Rising Pune Supergiants and Gujarat Lions — have replaced the suspended Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals. During the initial IPL draft which took place in December for the two new teams, they were given to pick a maximum of five players and both franchises filled the quota to build the core of their team. Rising

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  • The Starting Point

    In a country where racism is often on display — the most recent example being that of a Tanzanian girl in Bangalore who was assaulted by a mob — comes a book which aims to sensitise children on the issue. Mumbai-based illustrator Shrujana Niranjani Shridhar says children are the starting point to bring about any social change. “In India, we don’t familiarise our children with the various cultural minorities and their practices, which later leads to discrimination,” she says.

    The Indian Express
  • Guess Who Will Play Chakor Post 10 Year Leap

    Chakor’s innocence and free spirited attitude has conquered many hearts, making her an inspirational figure who the nation has always looked up to. 10 years have passed and we will see Chakor as an 18 year old athlete getting trained under the supervision of Arjun Sir (Vineet Raina). Post leap, taking the legacy ahead from Spandan Chaturvedi who played the young Chakor, will be Vidhi Pandya while Vijayendra Kumeria will be seen as Suraj Rajvanshi.

    Business of Cinema
  • Have you tried Calicut’s ‘forest-style’ Veerappan Chicken yet?

    Adaminde Chaya Kada began life as a pop-up, in Kozhikode, about a year ago, and it has since then been a regular and popular presence in food festivals in several cities across the state. The names behind the dishes are no marketing gimmick, says the upcoming restaurants’ eponymous owner Aneez Adam, but, rather, it is a means to draw people’s attention towards the culinary heritage of Kerala’s Malabar region.

    The Indian Express
  • Shamli couple, family battle to build new life after ‘love jihad’ furore

    More than a month after Shamli simmered with communal tension, when a mahapanchayat labelled the elopement of a 23-year-old Hindu woman with a married Muslim man “love jihad”, the couple and their families are straining to battle the past and build a new life. At Shamli’s Kandhla, members of Mohammad Asif’s family, who had been on the run after being accused in a police complaint of abduction, are back home but have suffered “irreparable losses”. In Delhi, where the couple moved to, Aksa Rani, formerly Anjali Saini, says she is “very content” but still faces harassment from her family.

    The Indian Express
  • Indian woman rescued from German refugee camp thanks Govt.

    New Delhi, Feb. 4 (ANI): Indian woman Gurpreet, who was allegedly kept at a refugee camp in Germany along with her eight-year-old daughter, reached New Delhi today and thanked the Government of India for facilitating their return. "I am most grateful to the Government of India for facilitating my return to India.

    ANI
  • Gold rally scares away physical buyers in China, India dealers offer discounts

    By Manolo Serapio Jr and Rajendra Jadhav MANILA/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Most physical gold buyers in Asia stayed off the market this week as the price surged to its highest since October, widening discounts in India and leaving demand largely lethargic in China ahead of next week's Lunar New Year holiday. Spot gold climbed as much as $40 an ounce this week to peak at $1,157.20 on Thursday, bolstered by a weaker dollar as doubts grew on whether the U.S. Federal Reserve can raise interest rates this year in the face of a slowing global economy. "We've only seen moderate buying on the physical side," said Ronald Leung, chief dealer at Lee Cheong Gold Dealers Ltd in Hong Kong.

    Reuters
  • B-Town welcomes Abhishek Bachchan into 40s club

    Mumbai, Feb 5 (IANS) On Abhishek Bachchan's 40th birthday on Friday, Bollywood celebrities like Karan Johar and Rana Daggubati have welcomed him to the "decade of dreams", while others like Farah Khan and Riteish Deshmukh have wished him a year full of happiness, luck and love.

    IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News
  • As trash overflows outside East Delhi school, students bear the brunt

    On a narrow road in front of Aster Public School in Mayur Vihar Phase I, trash was found overflowing nearly 15 to 20 metres outside the walls of the garbage dump. No stranger to eyes turning away in disgust and hands reaching up to the nose, the pit exemplified the ordeal that residents of the area have endured over the past week, as sanitation workers of the East and North corporations have been on strike. On the morning of the eighth day of the strike, the heap continued to grow with residents from the area emptying their trash cans and waste collectors their carts.

    The Indian Express