• Rani Mukerji Pregnant, Expecting Her Baby Next Year?

    The amazing actress of the tinsel town Rani Mukerji, is away from the limelight since quite sometime after her last presence in the film ‘Mardaani’. The highly talented actress who is married to Yash Raj Films honcho, Aditya Chopra is speculated to be pregnant with their first baby. According to reports, it is confirmed that Rani is expecting, and will welcome the child in January next year i.e.

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  • This car is cheaper than Nano and gives a mileage of 50 km/litre - News18.com

    An engineering student from Ajmer has designed a car which is cheaper than the cheapest car-Nano.

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  • These are scenes that you don't want to see: Gavaskar on Ishant-Dhammika spat - Firstpost

    Former captain Sunil Gavaskar today loathed the way Indian and Sri Lankan cricketers got involved in ugly on-field altercations, saying such incidents are poor advertisement for the sport. Indian paceman Ishant Sharma exchanged a few words with Dhammika Prasad and Dinesh Chandimal today, and yesterday, the gangling bowler argued with Rangana Herath and Kusal Perera. You don't want the parents to tell their kids that you should not play this sport," Gavaskar told NDTV.

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  • Neha Dhupia travels in New York subway

    Bollywood fans spotted Neha Dhupia in a subway in New York recently. The actress was running late for a stand-up comic act in Manhattan and had no choice, but to take a train to reach on time.

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  • Indrani Mukerjea, Sanjeev Khanna travelled to Raigad with Sheena’s body seated between them: Cops

    Investigators probing the alleged murder of Sheena Bora have said suspects Indrani Mukerjea and Sanjeev Khanna allegedly placed her body between them on the rear seat of the rented vehicle as they drove from Mumbai to Raigad to dump it there. According to the police, it also emerged from the interrogation that Indrani would rest the dead body’s head on her shoulder every time the car neared a traffic situation. Explaining the sequence in which the body was disposed of, the Mumbai Police for the first time told the Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate Court that after Sheena was murdered on April 24, 2012, the corpse was first kept in a suitcase and driven to the garage of Indrani’s husband and former Star TV CEO Peter Mukerjea’s Worli home.

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  • Sachin Tendulkar was like God to me: MS Dhoni - News18.com

    Describing Sachin Tendulkar as his role model, India ODI cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said that iconic batsman's

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  • Neil Nitin Mukesh and Armaan Kohli bid Salman Khan goodbye - Mumbai Mirror -

    Neil Nitin Mukesh and Armaan Kohli have been battling it out with Salman Khan for the last month in the Sheesh Mahal in Karjat for Sooraj Barjatya's Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. "We'll see each other at the movies now," Neil told Mirror, adding that working with Salman has been like playing Loki and Thor from Marvel's The Avengers. Sonam Kapoor will join Salman next week for one last leg of shoot. Before that Salman will take a weeklong break from his double role.

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  • Chennai women travel from Kanyakumari to Kashmir in a car

    Finding a bag full of these tucked into a corner of a car could be misleading. Sunita Dugar, an entrepreneur and candid photographer, Parneet Sandhu, an employee of a U.S.-based company and Neetha Jegan, who works as a manager, travelled 5,000 kilometres on the road from Kanyakumari to Kashmir for Independence Day this year.

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  • The Indian festival calendar: September–October 2015

    The best way to see all the action is to visit one of the five famous pandals in the city (Ichhapurti Ganesh Mandal, Fort Vibhag Ganesh Utsav Mandal, Sarvajanik Utsav Mandal, Rangari Badak Chawl Mandal, Akhil, Anjeerwadi Mandal, Kamatchawl Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal).

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  • Father Writes Beautiful Tribute To Daughter With Down’s Syndrome On Her Wedding Day

    The moving letter was written by Paul Daugherty, a sports columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer and the author of An Uncomplicated Life – a memoir about raising his daughter Jillian. In the letter, published on The Mighty, Paul writes of 25-year-old Jillian’s achievements as a woman with Down’s syndrome and how he feels “bliss” at how happy he knows his daughter is.

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  • In '65 War, His Plane Crashed in Pak. Then, a Great Escape.

    His story is one of the greatest wartime escapes by any Indian in any war fought by India.

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  • Sword-wielding Hardik Patel threatens Modi's "model" in India

    By Rupam Jain Nair AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - Hardik Patel, a sword-wielding 22-year-old activist has emerged overnight as the most pressing political threat to Narendra Modi, accusing the Indian prime minister of breaking a promise to provide jobs that helped him win last year's general election. Patel, by his own admission, scraped through college and failed to land a steady job. The explosive issue he has locked on to is caste: He says India's policies of affirmative action have shut his community the Patels, also known as Patidars, out of university places and government jobs.

  • Delhi woman who sued Uber over rape accusation ends U.S. lawsuit

    By Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A woman who sued Uber after accusing one of its drivers of raping her in India has voluntarily ended her lawsuit against the company, according to a court filing on Tuesday. The passenger, who reported being raped and beaten after hailing a ride with the Uber driver in Delhi last year, sued the online car service in a U.S. federal court in January, claiming the company failed to maintain basic safety procedures. Uber's Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick at the time called the incident "horrific" and pledged to help "bring this perpetrator to justice." However, Uber also argued in court filings that the woman sued the wrong corporate entity as the driver had a contract with Uber B.V., a Netherlands-based entity with no U.S. operations.

  • First person: The story behind how Sanjay Gandhi slapped Indira six times at a dinner party

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lewis M Simons was the Washington Post correspondent in Delhi when the Emergency was imposed. Simons recounts how he got the story and the reaction of Sonia and Rajiv Gandhi when he met them long after the Emergency had been lifted. You did a story in the Washington Post quoting an unnamed source who claimed that Sanjay Gandhi had slapped his mother, Indira Gandhi, six times at a dinner party.

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  • How to tell if someone is lying

    One thing the Ashley Madison hack has underscored: there's an awful lot of people who lie and...

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  • Tim Cook just made a funny joke about marriage in front of 20,000 Cisco employees

    Cisco's annual sales conference in Las Vegas hosted an unusual guest: Tim Cook. The sales...

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  • By destroying 2,000-year-old Palmyra, Islamic State has demolished Syria's proud heritage

    Damascus, Syria: Palmyra, the ancient Syrian city that has fallen to the Islamic State jihadist group, has withstood the last 2,000 years with its immaculate temples and colonnaded streets.Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, the "pearl of the desert" is a well-preserved oasis 210 kilometres (130 miles) northeast of Damascus.Palmyra, which means City of Palms, is known in Syria as Tadmor, or City of Dates. Its name first appeared on a tablet in the 19th Century BC as a stopping point for caravans travelling on the Silk Road and between the Gulf and the Mediterranean.But it was during the Roman Empire, beginning in the 1st Century BC and lasting another 400 years, that Palmyra rose to prominence.Though surrounded by desert dunes, Palmyra developed into a luxurious metropolis thanks to the trade of spices, perfumes, silk and ivory from the east, and statues and glasswork from Phoenicia.In the year 129 AD, Roman emperor Hadrian declared Palmyra a "free city" within his empire.

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  • Maruti Swift SP Limited Edition all set for festive season launch – Report

    Based on the LXi and LDi variants. Maruti is currently prepping a special edition of the popular Maruti Swift for the festive season, which is based on the entry-level LXi petrol and LDi diesel varian...

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  • Monsoon may start withdrawing from North-West India from Tuesday

    With the four-month-long monsoon entering the last month of September on Tuesday, the rain deficit for the country as a whole is likely to grow beyond the 12 per cent forecast by the India Met Department. Model analyses suggest that the monsoon may start to withdraw from extreme northwest (Rajasthan) on Tuesday to signal the start of the month-long process. The withdrawal takes place in an elaborate swipe of the air in the Northeast-East-Southeast-South-Southwest (clock-wise) direction when monsoonal rain evaporates from the surface covered. By the second week of September, it would cover North and North-West India and parts of adjoining Central India, says an assessment of the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology.

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  • Military needs to be ready for short wars, says Army Chief - The Times of India

    Speaking at the Tri Service Seminar on the 1965 Indo Pak War, Chief of Army Staff Dalbir Singh on Tuesday said that the military needs to be ready for short wars as the borders are live with frequent ceasefire violations and infiltration bids by Pakistan.

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