It is rightly said, 'Home is where the heart is'. After a tedious day at work, nothing beats the joy of coming back to your pad, and spending some quality time with your loved ones. Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan's majestic bungalow,
Vindu Dara Singh has recalled the time when his father, late actor Dara Singh, played Hanuman in Ramanand Sagar's popular series, Ramayan.
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Ever since the coronavirus pandemic, which originated in Wuhan in China, gripped the world, there is a major global movement to ban China-made products and services.There is also a growing need for India to reply on itself as proposed by the ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ initiative of the Modi government which encourages Indians to produce and use ‘Make In India’ products.However, in the last 5-10 years, India has become a start-up hub and many of these start-ups, founded by Indians, are actually funded in part or fully by big Chinese investors.While this model has worked effectively for Indian unicorns thus far, the increasing rage against China in the face of the pandemic might spell doom for them and the millions they employ. If a push comes to a shove and the Chinese investors begin pulling out their investments, it could hit Indian companies and their employees badly.Given these terms, do you still believe that Chinese products and services must be banned? Will banning Chinese products be a plus for ‘Made in India’ products and services?Here’s a look at 18 Indian unicorns funded by Chinese investors:
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Disha Patani's pictures from their school days are doing the rounds on social media. Take a look.
Hardik Pandya, who recently announced that his partner Natasa Stankovic is pregnant, described their first meeting in an interview.