• 13 Famous Bollywood Couples Who Are Celebrating Their First Holi After Marriage This Year

    First festivities after the wedding are very special for the newlyweds. Especially in India, be it the first Diwali or Karva Chauth or Holi, all these festivals have a special meaning for a newlywed couple. And, this stands true even for our Bollywood

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  • Cricket: Gayle force keeps India on toes

    Defending champions India will look to continue their recent success against Chris Gayle when they clash with the West Indies in the World Cup at the WACA ground in Perth on Friday. The explosive left-hander has not passed 50 in his last 10 one-day innings against India and not hit a century against them since 2006, but Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men know that does not guarantee another cheap wicket. Just last week, Gayle hammered a record World Cup score of 215 off 147 balls against Zimbabwe in Canberra, demolishing the bowling attack like only he or South Africa's AB de Villiers can do.

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  • Check Out: Alia Bhatt’s Transformed Vanity Van

    Bollywood’s cutest actress Alia Bhatt is too excited and happy for her new personalized Vanity Van. The actress has recently got a new makeover for her vanity van. Alia Bhatt who calls her vanity van as a second home tweeted with a picture, “My second home, my vanity van !!! Thank you amritamahalnakai for transforming my van !! I love you to… Student Of The Year actress got her old vanity van customized into new according to her taste by Amrita Mahalnakai.

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  • The real story of how a Dallas nurse got Ebola could be worse than we ever imagined

    On October 16, Texas Health Resources released a grainy video of Nina Pham, a nurse at one of the company's Dallas hospitals who had contracted Ebola while caring for the first person to receive a diagnosis of the virus in the US. In the video, Pham, 26, is sitting up in a hospital bed, quiet at first.

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  • AIB Roast: HC stay on Deepika Padukone’s arrest till March 16

    The Bombay High Court has granted protection from police arrest to Deepika Padukone till March 16 in connection to an FIR over her participation in All India Bakchod’s (AIB) ‘roast’ or insult comedy programme at the National Sports Club of India. Deepika Padukone has filed two petitions, seeking quashing of FIRs filed in Pune and Mumbai’s Tardeo police station. Deepika’s lawyer Ameet Nayak argued before Justices Ranjit More and Anuja Prabhudessai that Padukone was merely among the audience.

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  • Shoaib Akhtar blasted for mocking '150 year old' Pak squad on Indian comedy show

    Karachi, Mar 05 (ANI): Former Pakistani fast bowling great Shoaib Akhtar has reportedly been blasted on Twitter for mocking the national squad in a popular Indian comedy television show. Akhtar appeared with Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh on a comedy show in India called 'Comedy Nights with Kapil', which is popular in both India and Pakistan.

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  • Hyderabad is best city to live in India: Global survey

    Leaving behind India's more traditional business centres such as Mumbai and Bangalore, the city of pearls Hyderabad is the best city to live in the country, says a global survey.

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  • Sussanne Khan Spent Rs 16 Crore On A Penthouse In Pune?

    Hrithik Roshan‘s ex-wife Sussanne Khan has bought an expensive property for herself outside Mumbai city. According to recent reports, Sussanne Khan bought a beautiful penthouse in Pune for about 16 crore! The penthouse is located in Trump Towers, Kalyani Nagar and the celebrity interior decorator has bought the property only for investment purpose. A source was quoted saying, “Yes, she has purchased a penthouse in Pune.

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  • #360View: Virat Kohli's volatile personality will stop him becoming a legend like Sachin Tendulkar

    Virat Kohli can never be the next Sachin Tendulkar. Kohli may bat like Tendulkar, and smash all the records in the game, but until he realises there are several other things in this world to respect other than a good-length delivery, he is never going to earn the kind of admiration and love that players like Tendulkar, Brian Lara and others have through their exploits. What transpired between Kohli and a senior Indian journalist in Perth on Tuesday over something written about his personal life needs to be condemned in the strongest possible terms.

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  • Scientists discovered the personality trait that creative geniuses often share

    (Wikimedia Commons) A portrait of Franz Kafka in 1906. Novelist Franz Kafka needed to be alone when he worked.  Really alone.  "I need solitude for my writing," the "Metamorphosis" author said, but "not 'like a hermit' — that wouldn't be enough — but

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  • Apple's next iPhone may come with a feature that could anger wireless carriers

    Apple is considering shipping its next iPhone...

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  • A starry night: Bollywood at Tulsi Kumar wedding

    Sleepy pose! Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Dhawan. (Photo: Yogen Shah)

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  • After beef ban, Hindu groups force abattoirs to close

    By Meenakshi Sharma MUMBAI (Reuters) - Members of a Hindu nationalist group have forced several abattoirs in Maharashtra to shut after a law was passed banning the beef trade there, a leader of the group and a lawyer for meat traders said on Wednesday. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad, or World Hindu Council, a nationalist group linked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party, acted after winning a court order to stop the killing of bulls and bullocks. "Members of the VHP came to Deonar abattoir late at night and asked us to stop the slaughter, showing the copy of the High Court order," said Mohammad Ali Qureshi, president of the Bombay Suburban Beef Dealers Association. The beef trade is mainly controlled by minority Muslims, raising concern that the ban is driven by Modi loyalists pursuing a Hindu agenda.

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  • World War II Japanese Ship Found in Philippines, Says US Billionaire

    Manila:  Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen says he has found the Japanese Navy's biggest warship at the bottom of the sea in the Philippines, 70 years after US forces sank it. Allen posted a photo on Twitter on Tuesday of the World War II battleship Musashi's rusty bow, which bore the Japanese empire's Chrysanthemum seal. The American billionaire, who has also pursued space exploration, said his luxury yacht and exploration ship, the M/Y Octopus, found the Musashi one kilometre (1.6 miles) deep on the floor of the Sibuyan Sea.

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  • India helps clear blocked Kathmandu airport

    Mumbai: India on Thursday helped clear the runway at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport which was blocked by a foreign aircraft following a crash-landing accident on Wednesday, an official statement said here. Turkish Airlines flight THY-726 operated by an Airbus A-330, coming from Istanbul, overshot the runway and got stuck in the soft mud following inclement weather conditions on Wednesday. All the 238 passengers and crew aboard escaped unhurt, but the aircraft blocked the main runway at the airport, reducing its usable length to 5,000 feet and making it impossible for any commercial aircraft to land. The Indian Air Force received a request for help from Nepal around 7 pm on Wednesday following which it immediately activated the Hindon-based C-130J Super Hercules transport unit for the operation.

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  • Islamic State radicalising young British girls

    Terrorists of Islamic State, led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who beheaded hostages, massacred hundreds of soldiers and residents, especially those who belong to minority tribes to create havoc, use attractive male extremists to radicalise young British Muslim girls.

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  • December 16 gangrape documentary: Akhtar, Aga focus on ‘mindset of Indian men’

    As political parties expressed anguish at the interview of a convict of the December 16 gangrape case, it was left to two nominated members of Rajya Sabha to become the voice of reason. Anu Aga and Javed Akhtar pointed out that that in the outrage over the comments of the accused, the real issue of the mindset of the Indian male is being glossed over. It is a good thing that the documentary was made so that millions of Indian men got to know that they think like a rapist. If this is dirty, they should change their own mindset,” Akhtar said, referring to debates in Rajya Sabha where members have occasionally advocated behaviour and dress codes for women to stay safe.

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  • Arvind Kejriwal leaves for naturopathy centre in Bangalore

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal left for a naturopathy centre to receive treatment for his deteriorating health. Doctors had urged Kejriwal to undergo naturopathy after his cough worsened and sugar level crossed the 300 mark.

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  • ˜1,162 Pakistan accounts swindle Indians' | The Asian Age

    In what could well have serious security and financial ramifications for the country, security agencies have unearthed a major racket worth several crores being operated by Pakistan-based organisations to cheat Indians through a network of their local operatives, who would open accounts with various banks in which the gullible victims would be lured to deposit substantial amounts. Top intelligence sources said operatives based in Pakistan are using an elaborate “telephone-bank-hawala structure� to defraud unsuspecting Indians. The gullible victims are asked to deposit processing charges into a bank account to claim the cash prize of a lottery. Indian associates also hire such bank accounts from small depositors for a small monthly rent and earn adequate commission, sources said.

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  • Alien abduction? Stolen by Russia? MH370 theories keep coming

    By Jane Wardell SYDNEY (Reuters) - A year on from the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, an extraordinary amount of key data remains unknown - fuelling conspiracy theories and heated online debate about one of aviation's biggest mysteries. The resulting theories range from the wild - alien abduction, MH370 and its doomed fleetmate MH17 were the same plane - to sober, science-based arguments that the plane is in the southern Indian Ocean, but not necessarily in the current search area. "It's amazing how much information we don't have after looking at this case for all this time," said Jeff Wise, an aviation expert whose recently published Kindle book 'The Plane That Wasn't There' reached No.1 on Amazon's bestseller lists.

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