• Ranveer Singh regrets doing intimate scenes with Anushka Sharma because of Deepika Padukone?

    By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial Apart from his acting skills, Ranveer Singh is also known for his energy levels and sense of humour. At the DIL DHAKNE DO brunch, the song 'Pehli Baar' in which Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma are getting intimate was shown. As Anuskha was speaking about the song, she also called Ranveer on stage.

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  • Is Rana Daggubati The Reason Why Trisha Broke Up With Varun Manian?

    Kollywood’s queen Trisha is again in news and this time for her growing closeness with her ex boyfriend Rana Daggubati. Yes, Trisha is the same actress who was recently in news for her sudden break up with her then fiancé Varun Manian. Everything was going smooth and steady for the actress in her relationship, and just when Trisha’s fans thought that this was it for the actress, Trisha broke off the engagement with Varun Manian for some unknown reason.

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  • Viral photo of 'Nepal earthquake victims' turns out to be 2007 photo of Vietnam kids - Firstpost

    One of the most shared photos on social media after the Nepal earthquake which was said to be a picture of two children clinging to each other in the aftermath of the natural tragedy, actually turned out to be a file photo of two children in Vietnam. The picture had been taken by freelance photographer and writer Na-Son Nguyen, who tweeted about how his picture was being misused as a photo depicting the crisis in Nepal.

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  • Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Salman Khan’s 2002 Hit And Run Case

    Where Session court is all set to deliver the final verdict of Salman Khan’s 2002 hit and run case tomorrow, we bring you the chronological order of the entire case. Salman Khan’s car a Toyota Land Cruiser met with an accident in suburban Bandra on September

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  • India's TV journalists have damaged our relations with Nepal

    As the Twitter hashtag #GoHomeIndianMedia began to trend over the weekend, it was clear that Indian journalists - once comrades-in-arms with the people of Nepal - had turned into a latter-day version of the Ugly Indian.

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  • Mani Ratnam admitted to hospital due to cardiac problems

    Filmmaker Mani Ratnam was reportedly admitted to a Delhi hospital on Tuesday due to cardiac problems.

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  • Man gets sack 25 years after he got job with fake certificate - The Times of India

    Fake certificates submitted in support of work experience led to Khub Ram’s dismissal from government service more than 25 years later, despite earning two promotions for good work.

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  • 11 Invaluable Relationship Lessons You Can Learn Only From Your Pets

    On the days when you feel low, what is the one thing that still gives you a sudden burst of happiness? Well, for some of you, it could be seeing your child, a hug from your spouse, or just your favourite food. But, if you are one of those for whom, the

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  • Sunny Leone: I don't want to go nude in movies

    By Jahnavi Patel, Glamsham Editorial What happens in the past stays in the past. Ask her if she is trying to change the perception that people have towards her and she says, "I don't think that it's a perception thing, I just don't want to go nude in movies, and it's not something that I am interested in doing. It's like going backwards and I am here in Bollywood to make mainstream movies and this is what I wanted to do.

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  • The 10 least healthy items you can order at McDonald's

    McDonald's unhealthy image is partially to blame for the brand's declining US sales. But some menu  items are far worse for you than others.  The website FindTheBest.com has a comprehensive list of the most caloric menu items at the fast food chain. 

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  • Indian Origin Scientist Who Developed World's First Human Micro Liver Wins $250,000 Heinz Award - The Better India

    An award-winning successful scientist, a dancer and a loving mother; here is all you need to know about Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia who received the Heinz Award in Technology, the Economy and Employment category. Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia receives the Heinz Award in Technology, the Economy and Employment category, for her seminal work in tissue engineering and disease detection, including the cultivation of functional liver cells outside of the human body, and for her passion in promoting the advancement of women in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.

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  • Police arrest top Maoist couple Roopesh and Shyna in Tamil Nadu

    her two children, who live in Thrissur district. The couple came under the radar of intelligence agencies after they allegedly gave shelter to Malla Raji Reddy, a Politburo member of CPI(Maoist) arrested in 2007 from Angamali in Kerala. Although Shyna was also arrested in the case, she was released on bail in 2008 and then went underground. “After the birth of my younger sister Savera, now an upper primary school student, Roopesh rarely visited us at home.

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  • Intex Aqua Star II HD With 5-Inch Display Launched at Rs. 6,590

    Intex's new Aqua series smartphone features a 5-megapixel front camera, and is powered by a quad-core processor.

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  • Legal eagle: Jayalalithaa's 'nemesis' in courts returns

    The "wily old fox", as he is known in legal circles, is all smiles as he prepares to open up in a freewheeling chat with Hindustan Times about former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa's disproportionate assets (DA) case. "Certainly this is one the most important cases in my life," says BV Acharya, 81, who has been brought back by the Karnataka government as the special public prosecutor (SPP). As the countdown to judgement day begins in Jayalalithaa's appeal in the Karnataka High Court, an unexpected turn of events has brought Acharya back to the helm. This follows an order from the Supreme Court on April 27 that the appointment of Bhavani Singh as SPP in Jayalalithaa's appeal in the high court was "bad in law".

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  • Owner determined to take his cow for entrance exam - The Times of India

    SRINAGAR: A Budgam resident, who managed to get hall ticket for his Brown Cow to write a professional entrance examination, said he is determined to take the bovine to write the papers. In an attempt to expose the loopholes in the online registration system of Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE), Bhat had managed to acquire an admit card for his cow to write the examination for admission to Diploma in Polytechnic College.

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  • Ram Janmabhoomi is in Pakistan, says AIMPLB member - The Times of India

    Stoking controversy, All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) member Abdul Raheem Qureshi said the Ram Janmabhoomi is in Pakistan and not Ayodhya.

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  • Why give Dada Saheb Phalke award when recipient is too old to even attend the ceremony? | Latest Movie Features - Bollywood Hungama

    Om Puri, who has received innumerable awards, feels it makes no sense for the government to give the award when the recipient is too old to enjoy it. Reasons Om, "Why give recognition when the recipient is in no position to recognize anyone? This is what happened with Pran Saab when he got the Dada Saheb Phalke in 2013.

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  • Nepal earthquake: India ends Op Maitri as foreign rescuers asked to leave

    India has wrapped up Operation Maitri after Nepal asked rescue teams from 34 countries to leave as it prepared to launch massive operations to rehabilitate millions of displaced victims of last month’s massive temblor. India was one of the first countries to respond to the 7.9-magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25 and launched its largest ever relief operation in response to a natural disaster on foreign soil. It also affected around 8 million of the 28 million population of Nepal. Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala said last week his country was indebted to India for its swift response to the humanitarian crisis.

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  • The least stressful companies to work for in America

    More stress means less productivity. To find the least stressful employers in America, we looked at Business Insider's latest list of the 50 best companies to work for. For the second year in a row, Pacific Life Insurance topped the list, with nearly a third (32%) of employees reporting low stress, a significant jump from last year's 23.9%.

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  • Tea Tree Oil - Uses And Benefits

    Know everything you wanted to know about Tea tree oil – its, origin, history, uses, benefits and side-effects. Tea tree oil, named because of its initial usage of making tea with the leaves of the tree, has a long and varied history of its usage and properties. The usage of tea tree has been known to have started by the Australian aboriginals who utilized the leaves for numerous uses and are known to have first extracted the oil from tea tree. Melaleuca alternifolia is supposed to yield a lot of benefits in the form of essential oil.

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