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  • Snapped: Deepika Padukone At Friends Wedding In Delhi

    Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone has been busy with back-to-back shootings of her upcoming films. Between all the hassles, Deepika took time out to attend her best friend’s wedding in the capital city, where she has been shooting since a while with co-star Ranbir Kapoor. The new-age dream girl was snapped at her friend’s wedding held at Delhi in a beautiful pink saree that looked gorgeous on her.

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  • Some staff say Sahara has not paid salaries for months

    Some staff at conglomerate Sahara say they haven't been paid for several months, as the company tries to raise $1.6 billion to bail its boss Subrata Roy out of jail. Reuters interviewed 11 employees independently contacted in separate units in Delhi, Mumbai and Lucknow this week, and found workers at what was once one of India's highest profile firms frustrated over a lack of information about the group's future. The employees' claims could not be independently verified, although an undated letter to staff signed by Roy and seen by Reuters asked for patience from those who hadn't received what they were due.

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  • Who Is Twinkle Khanna’s Daughter Nitara Buying Flowers For?

    Proud parents Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna never got their daughter Nitara Khanna Bhatia publicly. In 2012, during the death Anniversary of Rajesh Khanna that was the first time 10 month old Nitara was clicked by the shutterbugs. Nitara looked cute dressed in pink with cute little hair clip accessorized her hair.

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  • Shoaib Akthar wins long running legal battle against PCB | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar on Thursday reportedly won a long running legal battle against the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for recovery of seven million rupees, which were deducted from his earnings as penalty imposed on him by an appellate tribunal for indiscipline. In October 2007 when Nasim Ashraf was Chairman of the PCB, a disciplinary committee had banned Akhtar for 13 matches and fined him 3.4 million rupees for hitting teammate, Mohammad Asif with a bat before the World T20 Cup in South Africa.

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  • Sonia’s ‘emotional’ letter to Advani on 50th wedding anniversary

    Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday struck a chord with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) patriarch LK Advani, congratulating him on his wedding anniversary in an emotional letter in which she said this would have been her 47th wedding anniversary too. “On the auspicious occasion of your 50th wedding anniversary, I send my warm felicitations to you and Mrs Kamala Advani. “February 25 is also a special day for me — the day Rajiv and I got married, and this year would have been our 47th wedding anniversary,” she said, in a rare outburst of emotions.

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  • Watch: Water tanker kills two in Bangalore in a horrifying road accident

    Bengaluru: A speeding water tanker rammed into a group of people who were crossing the road near Esteem Mall at Kempapura Junction in Hebbal on Thursday noon. Before the vehicle came to a halt, it had hit a bike, killed two people on the spot and seriously injured three others. The CCTV footage of the accident reveals panic-stricken pedestrians running to save their lives. The deceased have been identified as Arpita (19) and Anand (25).

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  • Kapil Sharma Clarifies On The Rumour Made On Him And Shah Rukh Khan

    Since yesterday, much loved comedian Kapil Sharma has been in target on the rumours that he has refused to appear on Shah Rukh Khan’s TV show, India Poochega Sabse Shaana Kaun? The ongoing rumours said that Kapil Sharma has apparently turned down the invitation to appear as a guest on SRK’s upcoming TV show. SRK has appeared number of times on Kapil Sharma’s Comedy Nights With Kapil show, than why would Kapil ever say no to appear on SRK’s show?

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  • Sonam Kapoor and her mood swings

    Let's play a game, I will run away and all of you can have fun chasing me. I'm already having fun thinking about it!: Sonam Kapoor at an awards announcement ceremony in Mumbai on February 24, 2015. (AFP Photo)

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  • 6 shampoos to use if you're worried about hair loss

    The majority of men deal with hair loss. In...

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  • How about a slim-fit kanjeevaram?

    Not long ago, Vidya Balan was dubbed one of India’s worst dressed celebrities. Today, her kanjeevaram saris are celebrated as much as her acting talent. With designers like Sabyasachi and Gaurang Shah turning their attention to the kanjeevaram, this traditional and timeless weave, which would once be pulled out only during weddings, is getting a contemporary twist in designs, colours and textures. The kanjeevaram has evolved into a modern-day must-have for the young and trendy, with its myriad designs, enticing colours and innovative concepts.

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  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui To Shoot With The Two Khans Back To Back

    Nawazuddin Siddiqui is certainly on a career high. Starting off with Bajrangi Bhaijaan with Salman Khan, Nawaz will simultaneously rehearse for his role in Raees with Shah Rukh Khan. This is interesting as both the Khans are always pitted themselves against each other and this time Nawaz seems to be the common factor between the two.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Price Tipped Alongside Leaked Photos

    More leaks and rumours about the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and its accessories continue to flow in just days before Samsung's MWC 2015 event in Barcelona. While a new report now shows alleged photos of the Galaxy S6, a few details about availability, pricing and the anticipated wireless charger have also surfaced online. The alleged Samsung Galaxy S6 photos, leaked by German website Allaboutsamsung and an XDA forum member, show a brushed metal frame.

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  • Modi's 'lucky' exchange rate, where $1 is equal to Rs 8,578 crore

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been very lucky. "If the rupee appreciates vis-à-vis US Dollar then for every one rupee appreciation in exchange rate, the country’s crude oil import bill decreases by around Rs. 12,328 crore," the ministry said.

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  • Xiaomi Mi 4 16GB to Be Available Without Registration From Thursday

    Xiaomi on Wednesday announced that the Mi 4 16GB in India will be sold via Flipkart without registration from Thursday. The Chinese company also announced that registrations for the 64GB model of the 2014 flagship Xiaomi Mi 4 have started for the next flash sale on Tuesday. The company took to its Mi India Facebook and Twitter accounts to make the announcement. Xiaomi said, "Registration has started!

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  • Mukesh, Anil Ambani, Amitabh Bachchan Pay Homage to Kothari

    Kothari, 53, was popularly known as Shyam Kothari among business circles. Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani, his brother Anil Ambani, Bollywood Super Star Amitabh Bachchan, former Union Minister Praful Patel clad in white kurta paid their last respects to the deceased at the crematorium.

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  • AAP has disappointed people of Delhi, alleges BJP

    New Delhi, Feb. 25 (ANI): Hours after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) delivered on its big-ticket election promises: cheaper water and power, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday alleged that the Arvind Kejriwal-led government's first decision in implementing its manifesto promises certainly leaves the people disappointed. "They have promised they will streamline the discom operations, they will ensure efficiency and they will bring about lower cost of power generation. So, the people of Delhi would want to see how the AAP Government goes about achieving this rather than only giving subsidies and that too, a limited section of the Delhi population. It's a beginning but I think this is not the kind of beginning that we had expected from the AAP government," BJP spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao told ANI here.

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  • IMAGES: 5 fine sedans coming your way!

    Here is a look at five sedans that are likely to make it to Indian showrooms this year. | IMAGES: 5 fine sedans coming your way!

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  • Sunita Williams back home after 4 months in spac

    The Soyuz TMA-05M capsule, carrying Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and US astronaut Sunita Williams, parachuted through dark, cloudy skies and touched down at 7:30 am IST. Earlier, the trio bid farewell to their fellow crew-mates Kevin Ford, Evgeny Tarelkin and Oleg Novitskiy, and closed the hatches between the spacecraft before finally undocking at 2226 GMT on Sunday (0356 IST Monday). The return of Williams, Hoshide and Malenchenko wrapped up their 127-day stay in space, including 125 days spent aboard the station, since the launch from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on July 15.

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  • Thus Speaks Rakhi Sawant: 'Chitting' Was Involved In AIB Roast - NDTV Movies

    Dear God, please let the last word in the controversy around the AIB Roast go to Rakhi Sawant. The Roast according to Rakhi Sawant: "I think everyone has done 'chitting.' Ranveer is a very good friend of mine. The video recording of Rakhi saying this, with straight-faced conviction, is available on the YouTube channel Bollywood CIA. The AIB Roast of actors Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor was hosted by Karan Johar, none of who have so far responded to Rakhi's 'chitting' theory.

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  • Beaten for posing with 'Hindu girls'

    It's also being taken as a sign of anti-Muslim violence by Hindu vigilante groups. The image - of three Indian students posing with their female classmates - was first shared by friends on Whatsapp. According to one news site the victim of the attack is the one on the left, Mohammed Riyaz, a 20-year-old computer science student. The police have not yet identified the suspects, but the region is home to a number of Hindu vigilante groups.

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