• Anupam Kher Slams Aamir Khan On His Intolerance Remark!

    After Shah Rukh Khan, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan’s recent comment on ‘intolerance’ in India has created another controversy and discussion point for millions of people in the country. On the ongoing intolerance debate in the country, Bollywood’s veteran actor Anupam Kher was nowhere behind and afraid on questioning Aamir Khan for his such remark on the country. At the eighth edition of the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards, Aamir Khan said, “When I chat with Kiran at home, she says, ‘should we move out of India?’ That’s a disastrous and big statement for Kiran to make.

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  • Photos: Sushant Singh Rajput And Kriti Sanon Are The New Hottest B-Town Pair!

    Bollywood's young and dashing stars Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon are all set to sizzle on screen together for an upcoming film. The actors have been making major moves in their respective careers and hence to bring them together for a film is nothing less than a great idea! Both Sushant and Kriti have raised the hotness quotient in a photo shoot that they did recently. Apparently, Dinesh Vijan is all set to become a director after having a successful run with production, and he has roped in Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon for the lead roles.

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  • Madhya Pradesh: BJP loses crucial Ratlam bypoll, Congress claims ‘revival’ in victory

    The BJP suffered a humiliating defeat in the by-election for Ratlam (ST) Lok Sabha constituency on Tuesday in a high-stakes battle that had captured the nation’s attention after the BJP’s defeat in Bihar. The largely tribal constituency spread over Jhabua, Alirajpur and Ratlam districts was won by the BJP for the first time ever in 2014 when the Narendra Modi wave swept through the country. Congress candidate and former Union minister Kantilal Bhuria’s victory with a margin of over 88800 votes, will personally hurt Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan who camped in the constituency and addressed numerous rallies along with several ministers and party leaders.

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  • Shahid does the Lungi dance, Alia grooves to ‘Saree ke fall sa’, Mira makes stage debut - Mumbai Mirror -

    The MM (Madhu Mantena-Masaba Gupta) sangeet on Saturday threw up lots of surprises. While Kangana Ranaut took centre-stage with her Queen director, Vikas Bahl, dancing to the hit Himmatwala number, "Nainon Mein Sapna", the duo dressed like Sridevi and Jeetendra, Mira Rajput, hand-in-hand with husband Shahid Kapoor, made her debut on stage with "Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai" and "Desi Boyz". Earlier in the evening, Mira's miya took the Chennai Express route with "Lungi Dance" while his Shaandaar co-star, Alia Bhatt took off on R... Rajkumar's "Saree Ke Fall Sa". Alia, along with sister Shaheen and bestie Anushka Ranjan, also performed to her own chartbuster, "Gulaabo", along with Dil Dhadkne Do's "Gallan

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  • Not Gauahar Khan, But Rithvik Dhanjani Wins I Can Do That

    After outdoing his fellow contestants through death-defying stunts and skills ranging from magic and aerial stunts to trapeze acts from the circus and even playing with fire, the handsome hunk Rithvik Dhanjani has emerged as the undisputed winner of the show. The Grand Finale was indeed a star- studded affair packed with the 'Tamasha' stars Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor joining in and having a ball of a time with host Farhan Akhtar and the celebrity contestants. The four finalists were Rithvik Dhanjani, Gurmeet Choudhary, Gauahar Khan and Madhurima Tuli.

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  • Women are #HappyToBleed, then what’s the problem?

    On November 20, Nikita Azad wrote an open letter to Prayar Gopalakrishnan, the Devaswom chief of the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. Azad, with a few of her friends, started a week-long online campaign on Facebook titled "Happy To Bleed", which has garnered massive support from women across the country. It acknowledges menstruation as a natural activity which doesn't need curtains to hide behind," reads the description of the campaign inviting people to hold placards/sanitary napkins/charts saying Happy To Bleed, take their pictures, upload it to their profiles or post on the page.

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  • Sheena Bora murder case: Peter recalls phone call ‘Indrani made him take a day after murder’

    ON APRIL 26, 2012, nearly 24 hours after the alleged murder of Sheena Bora, Indrani made Peter speak to “Sheena” on an international number, sources claimed. This revelation has been made by Peter Mukerjea (60), arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on November 19 in connection with the murder of his step-daughter, the third day into his interrogation by the central agency. “We were in our Worli home and I had just entered Indrani’s room when she said darling, speak to your jiju and handed over the phone to me.

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  • A mayor murdered with husband, a nephew on the run

    The murder of Chittoor mayor Katari Anuradha and her husband Katari Mohan was, the police have concluded, an act of revenge by a nephew sulking at being ignored after he had worked alongside the couple as they rose in politics, a role that allegedly included attacks on rivals and murder. Chittoor police are hunting for Sriram Chandrasekhar Reddy, also known as Chintu, the nephew of the mayor who was shot dead along with her husband on Tuesday in her chambers at the Chittoor Municipal Corporation building. “Chintu led the murderous attack on the couple.

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  • Farmer from Aligarh claims Geeta is his sister, offers to undergo DNA test

    After the DNA sample of speech and hearing-impaired Geeta, who returned from Pakistan after more than a decade, did not match with a family from Bihar, who had claimed to be related to her, another family in UP’s Aligarh has made a similar claim and offered to undergo a DNA test to establish it. Narendra Singh, a farmer from Aligarh, has claimed Geeta is his younger sister ‘Dubbly’ who went missing from outside their house at Utra village on November 12, 2000.

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  • Caught on camera: AAP MLA Sarita Singh misbehaves with Delhi cop after her car hits his bike - News18.com

    Aam Aadmi Party MLA Sarita Singh was on Monday booked for allegedly misbehaving with a police sub inspector in Rohtash

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  • Gold drops towards 6-year low on dollar, U.S. rate hike view

    Gold fell nearly one percent on Monday, heading back towards last week's near six-year low, on a robust dollar and upbeat comments from Federal Reserve officials on a possible U.S. rate hike next month. Spot gold was 0.7 percent lower at $1,070.33 an ounce by 1528 GMT, down for a 13th of the 16 trading days so far this month. The euro fell on expectations that the European Central Bank will ramp up its monetary stimulus next month and could fall toward parity with the dollar in the months ahead as the Federal Reserve begins to lift interest rates while the ECB takes the opposite course.

  • Lalu targets PM Modi for lingual goof-up, asks him to take oath again - News18.com

    While the recently appointed deputy CM of Bihar, Tejashwi Yadav cleared out his stance against his critics on Twitter, father

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  • Child’s death in Hyderabad school: No checks and balances for lifts in schools

    In the absence of well-defined rules and regulations regarding use of lifts in schools, many multi-storeyed schools in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have installed lifts and allow students to use them disregarding their safety. Last week’s death of a four-year old girl in a school lift in Hyderabad has raised questions on the maintenance of  lifts in schools and the accountability of schools and municipal authorities, especially in primary schools. States like Maharashtra, Delhi, Haryana have a Lift Act in which the rules are well-defined but there is no specific Act in Telangana or AP.

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  • Mallya hints at retiring soon to enjoy life

    There is nothing wrong in that," Mallya told reporters on the margins of the 16th annual general meeting (AGM) of United Spirits Ltd (USL) here. On the appointment of Diageo's Asia Pacific and Africa head Nicholas Bodo Blazaquz as USL vice chairman, Mallya said Nicholas brought huge amount of value, being responsible for the region. Mallya's observations came in light of British liquor major Diageo, which bought majority stake (54.7 percent) in USL in 2012 and took control, asking him in April to step down from the board as chairman and director, as it had lost confidence in him.

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  • Endangered rhino dies at California zoo, three remain worldwide

    By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A northern white rhinoceros, one of just four left on Earth, died on Sunday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park after suffering from a bacterial infection and age-related health issues, zoo officials said. Nola, a 41-year-old rhino brought to the Southern California park in 1989 as part of a breeding program, took a turn for the worse over the weekend following a Nov. 13 surgical procedure to drain a large pelvic abscess identified as the infection source, the zoo said in a statement. The 4,000-pound (1,800-kg) rhino had been placed under constant veterinary watch last week as her appetite and activity levels declined.

  • Conflict of other businesses challenge before media: Arun Jaitley at #RNGAwards

    Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs and Information and Broadcasting Arun Jaitley, who was the chief guest at the function on Monday, gave away awards to 57 journalists who went the extra mile for their stories. Recalling Goenka's contribution to the struggle against the Emergency imposed from 1975-77, Jaitley said, "If there was one instrumentality that kept fighting the Emergency from outside the prison system, it was The Indian Express." Jaitley went on to add that the Excellence in Journalism Awards was a "fit tribute because no one could represent the values of fearlessness that Ramnath Goenka did".

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  • It started with Perumal

    Barely six months after PM Narendra Modi assumed power, when he was still enjoying a long honeymoon with the electorate and the media, the sordid l’affaire Perumal Murugan commenced. On December 2, 2014, Murugan returned home to Namakkal, after spending a month at the Sangam writers’ residency programme. Murugan could have scarcely anticipated the storm awaiting him upon his return.

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  • HOW DO THEY MAKE IT (Season 7): Cigarettes

    DISCLAIMER: Smoking is injurious to health. However, if you are still curious on how they manufacture cigarettes, watch the video here. Airline meals: When it comes to meals served on your flight, you are sure to get it fresh and arranged all neatly without any confusion. But do you know how do they prepare the massive amount of meals, and how do they get it fresh and in time to each aircraft? Here is a video on how they make airline meals. ATM machines: The Automated Teller Machine (ATM) is an electronic telecommunications device that enables consumers to conveniently withdraw money, and perform various other banking tasks at the click of a button. Do you ever wonder how these banking machines

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  • Maharashtra warns oil firms: pumps don’t get fuel they pay for

    Maharashtra's legal metrology department has threatened criminal action against state-owned oil companies Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) and Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) for using “outdated technology” for measuring and dispensing fuel, as a result of which retail outlets receive less fuel while being forced to pay for the full quantity. In a letter issued on September 22, the controller, legal metrology department, directed the oil companies to upgrade their technology and processes to deliver accurate quantity of fuel or face criminal action for overcharging customers.

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  • Cricket: India eye series win as Steyn ruled out again

    Nagpur, India, Nov 24, 2015 (AFP) - India will start as favourites to wrap up the series after South Africa's pace spearhead Dale Steyn was sidelined again for the third Test which starts in Nagpur on Wednesday.