• Inside Photo: Shahid Kapoor And Mira Rajput’s Wedding Album

    Many Congratulations and happiness to the newly wed couple, Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput. Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput have finally tied the knot and are all set for the new journey of their life. Just after finishing their wedding rituals, Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput arrived in their classy outfits for the media in Delhi.

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  • Younis 171* gives Pakistan series in record chase

    Scorecard and ball-by-ball details Younis Khan's epic, unbeaten 171 led Pakistan to their highest successful chase, the second highest in Asia for any side, and the sixth highest in all Test cricket. It also gave them their first series win in Sri Lanka since 2006, and catapulted them to third in the ICC Test rankings. The feat required the highest fourth-innings partnership for Pakistan, 242 between Younis and Shan Masood, who fell on the fifth morning for 125.

  • Parnell reports anonymous phone call

    South Africa fast bowler Wayne Parnell has reported an anonymous phone call that was allegedly of a threatening nature made to his hotel room in Dhaka on the day of the first Twenty20 international against Bangladesh. According to the BCB's security consultant Hossain Imam, Parnell was abused and threatened by an anonymous caller as he was getting ready to leave for the Shere Bangla stadium. "They have been trying to trace the caller and from where the call was made." South Africa's team manager Mohammed Moosajee, however, said they had thought it a prank call but was concerned that the hotel had allowed an anonymous caller to get through to Parnell.

  • Karisma cuts London trip short to return to attend father-in-law's prayer meet - The Economic Times

    Samaira and Kiaan in London, had to cut short her trip on hearing about the demise of her father-in-law, Dr Surinder Kapur. Dr Kapur is the father of her estranged husband, Sunjay. It is also said that Dr Kapur's obituary had all the names, except for Karisma's. The actress reportedly flew down to Delhi to be present for his prayer meeting that was held in the Capital yesterday.

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  • Salman Khan And Jacqueline Fernandez Bonding At The Iftar Party

    Celebrating religious harmony during the holy festival of Ramzan, politician Baba Siddiqui organized Iftaar party in Mumbai, attended by Bollywood celebrities. Bollywood’s handsome hunk Salman Khan, ‘Kick’ actress Jacqueline Fernandez, Varun Dhawan and many more were spotted at the Iftaar party organized by Baba Siddiqui at Taj Lands End on Sunday evening. Salman Khan’s ‘Kick’ co-star Jacqueline Fernandez was spotted interacting with Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan, who was also present at the party.

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  • Acid attack victims walk ramp at fashion show in Ludhiana

    Ludhiana:: Acid attack victims from different parts of the country walked the ramp at a fashion show in Ludhiana yesterday. The charity event ‘Beautiful You’, held at the Guru Nanak Dev Bhawan, was organized by Fortis Hospital, Ludhiana in collaboration with the Chhanv Foundation. Ludhiana Deputy Commissioner Rajat Aggarwal was also present on the occasion.

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  • Snapshot: This is the cutest picture of Shriya Saran you will ever see

    New Delhi: Shriya Saran, who is currently awaiting the release of 'Drishyam', recently send her fans into a state of frenzy and shared an adorable picture of herself on the social media. In it, the ac...

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  • Weekly Forecast - 05th July to 11th July 2015

    On the same day, Mercury will shift from its own sign Gemini to enter a watery cardinal sign, Cancer. Mercury will now be placed in the 4th House from your sign. Businesspersons, especially, will come across a good opportunity to strike a lucrative deal from overseas.

  • Kangana Ranaut spends time with parents; football time for Ranbir and Arjun Kapoor

    Kangana Ranaut is taking some much-deserved time out as she spent time with her parents on Sunday (July 5) in Mumbai. Ranbir and Arjun were busy playing football.

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  • Men aged 31-45 prone to thyroid dysfunction

    New Delhi: Men in the age group of 31-45 years are at greater risk of thyroid dysfunction, a study says. The study conducted by SRL Diagnostics said that currently 22.68 percent of Indians already are afflicted by thyroid dysfunction, and suffer from health problems including heart diseases and infertility. “In India, East zone has highest percentage of thyroid abnormality with 25.2 percent while northern and western zones have 23.9 percent and 21.1 percent. Among the four zones, southern India showed the lowest percentage of abnormality at 19.4 percent,” said the survey conducted over a period of three years 2012-14.

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  • Inflation priority makes RBI prepare to mop up liquidity

    The Reserve Bank of India aims to drain money markets of excess liquidity to counter inflationary pressures arising from higher government spending, according to policymakers, though it could hamper chances of banks lowering lending rates. Commercial bankers say it would be easier to reduce lending rates, as the RBI has urged them to do, if surplus liquidity prevailed for some months. The policymaker said the RBI would stick with its current approach of draining excess cash largely through variable reverse repos.

  • Australian senator threatens to grab PM's testicles

    An independent Australian senator Tuesday threatened to physically intimidate Prime Minister Tony Abbott, using illegal rugby tactics including grabbing his testicles, if he does not limit coal-seam gas exploration. Glenn Lazarus, a former rugby league prop and a senator for the eastern state of Queensland, said he submitted a petition to Abbott calling for health impact assessments, exclusion zones and community consultations over mining developments near residential, agricultural and farming areas. Lazarus, dubbed the "brick with eyes" in his rugby heyday, added to an anti-CSG protest in Sydney that he was prepared to use a range of tactics on the Australian leader if he does not respond to the community's concerns.

  • SpiceJet cuts fares in limited period offer, ticket prices as low as Rs 1,899

    SpiceJet announces ‘Red Hot Fares Sale’ for southern and western domestic network. Fares start at 1899/- all inclusive for all routes in the southern and western region

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  • Pair of lions kept as pets by Gaza family arrive in Jordan

    Two young lions that had been kept as pets in a Gaza refugee camp traveled Sunday to Jordan where their final destination will be a wildlife sanctuary. A Gaza family had bought the lions as cubs from a local zoo that was damaged in last year's war between Israel and Gaza's rulers from the Islamic militant Hamas group. The family kept Mona and Max in their small home in the crowded Rafah refugee camp.

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  • Modi1: How the PM dismantled the transfer-posting industry

    When former ICICI chairman KV Kamath was appointed chairman of the BRICS bank by the Modi government recently, he was pleasantly surprised because he had not expected it. It was a case similar to that of Subhash Garg, a secretary in the Rajasthan government, who was appointed executive director of the World Bank. Clearly, as the dust settles on the debate over how the Narendra Modi government fared in its first year, the most glorious of its achievements has been missed or has got relegated to the background - dismantling of the transfer-posting industry in the top bureaucratic echelons of Delhi.

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  • Akshay cremated, MP CM agrees to send viscera to AIIMS in Delhi

    New Delhi : A grieving gathering of friends, colleagues, senior politicians and activists bid a touching farewell to India Today group television journalist Akshay Singh as his last rites were performed this afternoon at the Nigambodh Ghat. Akshay had died suddenly and mysteriously at Meghnagar in Jhabua district on Saturday after he the interviewed parents of a girl who was found dead after her name figured in the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) or Vyapam scam. Congress vice- president Rahul Gandhi, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh, chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, Delhi unit chief Ajay Maken, Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay were among those who were present when the last rites were performed.

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  • Bronx man suing Jay Z over Roc-A-Fella logo seeks judge's recusal

    A Bronx, New York clothing designer suing Jay Z for royalties from the Roc-A-Fella Records logo is seeking the recusal of a federal judge overseeing the $7 million lawsuit. In a Monday court filing, plaintiff Dwayne Walker said U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis in Manhattan should take himself off the case "because a reasonable person would question his impartiality." Ellis' chambers declined to comment. Walker accused the judge of issuing inconsistent rulings that favoured Jay Z, the rap star and music entrepreneur whose given name is Shawn Carter Walker, and other defendants including Roc-A-Fella Records and its parent Universal Music Group Inc, a unit of Vivendi SA .

  • Sit, don’t squat: Toilet posters on Swiss trains target Asians - The Times of India

    LONDON: Fed up with having to clean up messes in the public toilets, a Swiss railway company has come up with a series of graphic illustrations for visitors from Asia and the Middle East to instruct them how to sit on a toilet seat. The pictograms, that have appeared on trains in the popular tourist destination of Mount Rigi in the Swiss Alps, instruct users to sit on toilet seats rather than to squat on them and to discard used toilet paper in the lavatory and not in the waste bin. "It happens that guests mount the toilet seats to do their business - and sometimes they don't know where to put the toilet paper," said Roger Joss, director of marketing for the Mount Rigi railway at Lake Lucerne in central Switzerland.

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  • Intel Compute Stick that converts your TV into a PC now available in India - The Times of India

    The Windows version of the stick is available at Rs 9,999 on Flipkart while the pricing of the Linux version has not been revealed.

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  • LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner describes 3 qualities that make a great leader

    Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. Weiner's leadership style has earned him the trust of founder and chairman Reid Hoffman, his team, and LinkedIn investors. Earlier this year, Weiner spoke at the Wisdom 2.0 conference in San Francisco, where he explained how he understands his role as a leader.

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