• WOW! Rani Mukerji’s Never Seen Before Avatar

    The most talented actress Rani Mukerji who impressed the audience with her last film Mardaani is back with her glamorous image on the cover of Vogue magazine. The Queen of the tinsel town Rani who has worked with all the top stars in her long career has been away from limelight since quite some time. The August issue of the Vogue magazine shouts out The Ageless Issue and it truly remains significant to the Hum Tum actress Rani.

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  • Kareena Kapoor Khan steps out for dinner in workout clothes

    Bandra seems to be the hotspot for Bollywood celebs

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  • This video of 14 foot long crocodile being killed by a tiger will leave you in awe | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Machli, a 17 year old tigress from Ranthambore recently gave birth to nine cubs, four male and five female. It is said that most of the tiger population in Ranthambore and Sariska tiger reserves are her lineage as her female cubs have helped in repopulating. As most of the reserve now is populated with crocodiles near the water body, it is becoming impossible for tigers to get water.

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  • ‘Drishyam’ – gripping tale well-told

    Film: "Drishyam"; Language: Hindi; Cast: Ajay Devgn, Tabu, Shriya Saran, Ishita Dutta, Mrinal Jadhav, Rajat Kapoor and Kamlesh Sawant; Director: Nishikant Kamat; Rating: **** Based on an original story written by Jeethu Joseph, "Drishyam" is a family drama with nail-biting suspense that keeps you riveted to the screen. Set in a fictitious village called Pondolem…

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  • Yakub's execution a lesson for terrorists, politics not needed: Naqvi

    New Delhi, Jul 30 (ANI): Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday said that the execution of 1993 Mumbai terror attacks convict Yakub Memon should be seen as a lesson for terrorists and a message against terrorism, and added that there is no need for politics on this matter. Speaking on political leaders slamming the move, Naqvi stated "It's a sad thing that some people are trying to make terrorists like Yakub a lord of the criminals.

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  • Supreme Court confirms its decision to commute death sentence of Rajiv Gandhi's assassins

    It also termed the May 1991 assassination the result of a conspiracy

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  • PHOTOS: Neymar makes the most of his holidays

    When Barcelona lost to Chelsea in pre season friendly, Neymar was busy holidaying in Ibiza, Spain. The Brazilian will report back to Barcelona training on Thursday. Neymar was given an extended break off by the Catalan giants after participating in the Copa America for his country.

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  • The message is clear: The BJP is against terrorists only if those terrorists are Muslim

    If Yakub Memon hangs, will it be because of his faith? Owaisi countered that the killers of Punjab’s chief minister Beant Singh and India’s former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi had their sentences commuted thanks to political backing, which Memon lacked, presumably because he was Muslim.

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  • K Chandrasekhar Rao makes Prathyusha feel at home

    Hyderabad: Nineteen-year-old Prathyusha, who was rescued from her abusive parents, on Wednesday had lunch with Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and his family at their Begumpet residence. After being discharged from Global Hospital and following a meeting with the HC Chief Justice, Prathyusha was taken to the CM’s residence on an invitation from the latter. Mr Rao, his wife Ms Sobha and daughter, MP Kavita, had invited Prathyusha to their home and live with them till she decided on what to study and where to live. “Prathyusha felt at home and was extremely moved by the warmth of the household.

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  • Forbes India Magazine - The end of India's IT miracle: Vishal Sikka

    With customers and top talent exiting, Infosys a year ago turned to Vishal Sikka, an executive board member of Germany’s SAP, to be its first non-founder CEO. Sikka, 48, grew up and went to school in India, then got his engineering degree at Syracuse University in the US and added a PhD in artificial intelligence at Stanford. An effervescent personality, he is acting to restore Infosys’s brio while living (travelling, mostly) away from the firm’s Bengaluru headquarters.

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  • Indian Ocean debris almost certainly from Boeing 777

    By Joe Brock SAINT-DENIS, Reunion (Reuters) - Plane debris washed up on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean is almost certainly part of a Boeing 777, a Malaysian official and aviation experts said, potentially providing some answers for families of those aboard last year's vanished flight MH370. Malaysian investigators are due in Reunion on Friday and the object, identified by numerous aviation experts as part of a wing, is then due to be sent to a French military laboratory near Toulouse for checks, French police sources said. National carrier Malaysia Airlines was operating a Boeing 777 on the ill-fated flight, which disappeared in March last year en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history.

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  • N.B.A. Pick From India Makes Entire Village Feel 7 Feet Tall

    In this sleepy Punjabi village, no one was surprised to see a seven-foot-tall Sikh farmer striding the narrow lanes toward the local Sikh temple on June 25. The farmer, Balbir Singh Bamrah, is a familiar presence in Ballo Ke, and something of a local curiosity. “They didn’t understand what the N.B.A. draft was,” said Sarabjot Kaur, Balbir Singh’s 23-year-old daughter. On the night of June 25 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn — which, some 7,000 miles away in Ballo Ke, was the next morning — the Dallas Mavericks selected Satnam Singh Bhamara in the second and final round, making him the first Indian-born player ever to be drafted by a team in the National Basketball Association.

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  • Mango temple: Where locals say 'Hindustan' ends and 'Pakistan' begins - News18.com

    Every person, from the taxi driver to the police constable on the road and even the worker in TISCO along

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  • Karan Johar says Alia calls him for most of her big problems | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Alia Bhatt is taking big leaps in Bollywood, as her mentor Karan Johar ensures guiding her during her endeavours. Karan Johar jokingly comments on this, "Alia's problems are never tiny, they are always large. Talking about her chemistry with Karan Johar, Alia said, Working with Karan is amazing, just being around him is amazing.

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  • When a leopard and dog were locked in a room for 12 hours - News18.com

    In a curious incident on Tuesday, a leopard attempted to hunt down a dog and both entered a home in

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  • I've been infatuated by almost every actor I have worked with: Shriya Saran - The Economic Times

    Shriya Saran loves to learn, travel and explore. Over an hour-long conversation at her home over a cup of coffee and yummy chickpeas kebabs made by her mother, she talks to us about what most impressed her about Ajay Devgn, how Tabu caught her lies and what she looks for in a husband. We are Kayasthas from UP (her full name is Shriya Saran Bhatnagar). My dad Pushpinder Saran is a civil engineer who worked for BHEL, till he retired a few years ago.

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  • Karan Tacker Tries To Woo Sunidhi Chauhan

    The heartthrob of Indian television, Karan Tacker has a huge fan following but rumour has it that the actor who is currently anchoring The Voice: India produced by Endemol Shine India, has become quite the fan boy himself. The talented songstress has enraptured Karan and the suave actor in turn leaves no stone unturned to impress the lovely lady. Quite the lady’s man himself Karan is absolutely floored by Sunidhi’s charisma and leaves no chance to flirt with her and woo her.

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  • Translucent saris are the trend now - The Economic Times

    From translucent saris in net to ones in fabrics like chiffon and georgette, the trend at the moment, atleast for those looking to do ethnic wear with a twist, is to flaunt a bit of skin, but in the right, lady-like way. Over the past couple of weeks, we've had various sightings of the net sari at various festive celebrations around the globe. The most eye-catching way to sport this trend is to pair it with a blouse and petticoat in pop colours like Shriya Saran. You can also opt for a net sari in a bright, eye-catching hue with a heavily embellished or embroidered blouse.

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  • Goof-up: Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh condoles PM Modi's 'death' instead of Dr Kalam - News18.com

    After drawing an ire over issuing mourning circular misspelling Dr APJ Abdul Kalam’s name, the Raman Singh government has again

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  • Thousands gather at Kalam's hometown

    Clutching onto his six-month-old daughter, Muneeswaran, a businessman from Karur in Tamil Nadu, was wary of his chances of wading through the massive crowd to see Kalam ayya for one last time. This is emotional but he would’ve liked us to move on, carrying forward the spirit he wanted us to imbibe,” Muneeswaran told Deccan Herald.

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