• Baahubali Prabhas Is The New Martial Artist Of China!

    Recently ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ was released in China on 22nd June 2016. The film was very well received by the Chinese audiences and lead actor Prabhas was an instant hit with the Chinese audience! The people of China are very much impressed by the martial art scenes & stunts performed by Prabhas. One of the most loved scenes of the movie is when Prabhas bravely jumps from one mountain to the other mountain.

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  • Arrears to be paid in Aug salary

    In yet another bonanza to the Central government employees, the arrears related to the 7th Pay Commission will be paid in a single instalment with the August salary, the finance ministry said on Friday. The increase in salary for the Central government employees under the pay commission is effective from January 1, 2016. “The arrears shall be paid in cash in one instalment along with the payment of salary for the month of August, 2016, after making necessary adjustment on the account of GPF and NPS,” a ministry statement said. Last month, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said that the arrears will be paid this year after the Cabinet approved the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission, which

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  • A word of advice for Barkha Dutt, Arnab Goswami: Your childish fight makes us want to gag ourselves

    Is there something that you have seen or heard in your life that you could not give a toss about? And yet, because it is bouncing around in your face you find you have to say something just in the hope you can get rid of it. Once we journalists styled ourselves as the watchdogs of the nation. Then, as we sold our souls to the company store, it became a bit of a dog-eat-dog equation. But this unseemly open fight between Arnab Goswami and Barkha Dutt is the absolute pits and a total disgrace to the profession of journalism. You are both making a mockery of the fourth estate and it is the most shamefully self-indulgent exercise possible. Like Caesar said to Casca the two of you are fat and sleek

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  • Pulses crisis is a man made scam of Rs 2.5 lakh crore: Congress

    NEW DELHI: The Congress on Friday alleged that business houses and hoarders had made Rs 2.5 lakh crore by artificially inflating the prices of pulses with tacit support from BJP governments in the states and at the Centre. The accusation comes a day after party vice-president Rahul Gandhi hinted at a scam behind the rising prices of pulses. “A few corporate houses, import cartels and hoarders looted Rs 2.5 lakh crore in the last 15 months,” Congress communications chief Randeep Surjewala told a news conference. “The directorate of revenue intelligence and the Intelligence Bureau have full knowledge. We want an answer from the Prime Minister why no action was taken.” Surjewala then explained the

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  • India looks to continue dominance against West Indies in second Test

    : Bolstered by the comprehensive win in the series opener, an upbeat India will look to assert its supremacy over an inexperienced West Indies with yet another commanding show in the second Test, starting here on Saturday. The ‘Men In Blue’ made a confident start to the 2016-17 season, recording India’s biggest win outside the subcontinent when they thrashed the hosts by an innings and 92 runs in the opening Test. India will look to continue in the same vein in the tour, which is Anil Kumble’s debut series as chief coach of the team. Since then, five Tests have been played here and all of them have finished within four days, including India’s 63-run win in 2011.

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  • India warns traders in deals with Chinese businessmen

    Beijing, July 29 (IANS) India has warned its traders to be wary in dealings with their Chinese counterparts who could supply stones, bricks, mud, salt among other things in place of genuine orders. "It is to enhance the commercial cooperation between India and China by drawing attention to some of the risks faced by Indian traders/SMEs to take preventive and/or mitigating action," the advisory issued by the Indian consulate in Shanghai said this week. It said the traders could be duped with "sand, stones, salt, bricks, mud etc. in place of chemicals, Silicon Carbide, Aluminium and Zinc ingots, shellac, plastics, polymers etc." In the past, such advisories have been put up on the website of the Indian embassy.

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  • Sanjay Dutt happy with Salman Khan's Chinkara acquittal

    New Delhi, July 30 (ANI): Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt is extremely happy that his 'close friend' Salman Khan has got a clean chit in the Chinkara poaching case. On being asked if he had called Salman after he got acquitted by the Rajasthan High Court, Sanjay told media, "I called him to wish. Khan and seven others were accused of killing a blackbuck and chinkara in two separate incidents.

  • Haier introduces new 'Bottom Mounted Refrigerator' in India

    New Delhi, July 30 (ANI): The global leader in home appliances and consumer electronics Haier announced the launch of its new BMR- Bottom Mounted Refrigerator, HRB-475SS (450 litre). Haier has introduced the all new refrigerator to suit the evolving needs of a modern contemporary Indian family. With an expanded storage room for non-frozen products in the upper portion of the fridge, the 450 Liter BMR refrigerator model very well accommodates the needs of modern households, especially large families.

  • Kerala CM finding new allies in BJP Ministers

    Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who till lately was widely considered a CPI(M) hardliner, has found new allies in the likes of Union finance minister Arun Jaitley for choosing as his financial adviser Harvard university professor Gita Gopinath, though many in the CPI(M) are opposed to the choice of a 'neo-liberal'.

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  • I resigned because my ego, dignity was hurt: Captain Ajay Yadav

    New Delhi, July 30 (ANI): Senior Congress leader and former minister Captain Ajay Yadav on Saturday said he decided to resign as his ego, dignity and honour was hurt by the party leadership. Yadav, while talking to ANI, claimed he was being sidelined in the party and the immediate provocation for his decision to quit was that he was not allowed to attend the meeting of senior leaders called by Kamal Nath, the Congress Party in-charge of Haryana on July 27. The meeting was called by Kamal Nath to bury differences between different factions of the Congress.

  • Brexit shockwaves hit British jobs, banks, automobiles

    Shockwaves from Britain's vote to leave the European Union rocked the economy on Thursday, with thousands of jobs lost at one of the country's biggest banks, big extra costs for Ford, and consumer confidence plunging. Preparing for a Brexit-related slowdown, Lloyds Banking Group said it would cut a further 3,000 jobs. One of Britain's biggest car dealerships, Inchcape, predicted growth in new car registrations would fall.

  • SC rejects Rajpal Yadav's plea, asks him to surrender

    New Delhi, July 29 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Friday rejected Bollywood actor Rajpal Yadav's petition and directed him to surrender for not paying money to a businessman despite giving repeated undertakings. Yadav was sent to 10 day-judicial custody by the Delhi High Court for filing a false affidavit. The apex court had earlier this week pulled Yadav for not paying money to a businessman despite giving repeated undertakings before the court, saying his conduct in the case was "inexplicable".

  • Six-year-old from Oman born with Crouzon Syndrome given new lease of life at Fortis

    New Delhi, July.30 (ANI): Doctors at Fortis Healthcare achieved another milestone recently when they performed a successful surgery on a six year old international patient, Lyaan from Oman. According to her father, Ali Halthy, Lyaan looked normal when she was born, but at age 4-5 months, her upper face started showing deformity, with a retruded upper jaw.

  • Give natural boost to immune system

    New Delhi, July 30 (IANS) The rainy season may affect the immune system, so it is important to keep yourself hydrated and eat lots of green vegetables, says an expert. Kajal Bhatia, Consultant Nutritionist, RAW Pressery, a company that provides organic juices, shares how: * Go green: Asparagus, cucumber, broccoli, leafy vegetables, zucchini and green vegetables are ideal. This will cause digestive problems and a feeling of lack of energy.

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  • Geo News 'blocked' for equating Kashmir with Balochistan

    Karachi/Islamabad, July 30 (ANI): Pakistan's Geo News television channel has reportedly been blocked for equating 'Kashmir' with 'Balochistan.' Access to the television channel was blocked in Karachi last night by moving it to the last numbers, which made it totally inaccessible in many areas. This is the second time that Geo News is being penalised for voicing its freedom of speech. In April 2014, Geo News was completely shut down and fined Rs. 20 million for airing blasphemous content and ridiculing the judiciary.

  • 10 Worst Jobs for the Future, 2016

    The median pay is about $49,000 a year, and the entry-level education requirement is just a high school diploma, though you will also need to get a license to sell insurance in the state where you work. This job's numbers are expected to grow by 12.5% over the next decade, and the median salary is nearly $74,800 a year.

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  • Monsoon deluge in Indian cities causes traffic chaos, sewage swirls

    Persistent heavy rains have caused widespread disruption in India's major cities and severe floods in the rugged northeast have killed at least 12 people, the government said on Friday. About 50,000 people from southern and eastern India had to be evacuated as storms pushed water levels to dangerous levels, damaging crops and causing more than 3,000 houses to collapse. "It took me four hours to drive 6 km (4 miles)," said Randeep Dev, a consultant at a private bank in New Delhi.

  • 10 Things That Will Soon Disappear Forever

    Evan Amos via Wikipedia Ten years ago, thousands of Blockbuster Video stores occupied buildings like this all over the country, renting DVDs and selling popcorn. Today, all but a handful are closed. The ...

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  • 20 Amazing Ways Your Daily Life Will Be Different in 2030

    For more than 90 years, The Kiplinger Letter has been alerting its readers to important emerging technologies and how they will impact businesses, consumers and investors. Meat will be grown under laboratory conditions with stem cells taken from livestock.

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  • The ‘Joint Operation’ by Mars-Saturn-Rahu-Ketu before Sep ’16 will create more troubles for Sonia

    The Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi and her political career have never been free of controversies. But the gritty leader has remained unaffected by all the troubles and still continues to reign supreme in the grand old party. Let's get to know how things may shape up for her in the near future.