• Madhuri Dixit Into Legal Trouble For Endorsing Maggi!

    One of Bollywood’s most loved actress Madhuri Dixit Nene has been given a legal notice for endorsing most loved product maggi. The actress who is seen in maggi advertisement has been asked to respond to the legal notice within 15 days. Haridwar Food and drug administration has served legal notice to the actress putting several points, asking how Maggi is good for health?

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  • Dilip Joshi Aka Jethalal Back On Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chasmah!

    Dilip Joshi who had taken a break is back on the sets of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chasmah. Jethalal without whom the Gokuldham Society is incomplete is all set to tickle the funny bone. The team of Taarak Mehta has apparently thought of a unique story line for the entry of Jethalal.

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  • Deepika Padukone’s Unbiased Tweet For Ranveer Singh

    Gorgeous actress Deepika Padukone who is quiet happy and in party mood after ‘Piku’ success was spotted at the screening of Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do yesterday with alleged beau Ranveer Singh. Ranveer and Deepika’s secret relationship has become a talk of the town but duo never admitted it publicly. Dimpled lady Deepika Padukone was spotted at the screening of ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ with her so-called ‘special friend’ Ranveer Singh.

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  • 21-yr-old man who sought court’s help in sex change is now a married woman - Mumbai Mirror -

    Bidhan Barua, the young man from Guwahati who sought the Bombay High Court's intervention in undergoing a sex reassignment surgery in 2012, and whose efforts were thwarted by his disapproving father's threats to sue the medical facility that performed the operation, has finally made the transformation. Barua now goes by the name Swati and is married to Rinku Talukdar, an engineering student from Assam. Happily for Swati, her father Supti Ranjan Barua and mother Shukla Barua, who resolutely resisted Bidhan's attempts to alter his gender, now accept him as a woman.

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  • Billionaire barber: Ramesh Babu

    Rarely do you step into a salon and get a haircut from a billionaire for 100 bucks. At the Inner Space salon, near Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru, you will spot businessman G. Ramesh Babu talking to his clients and giving them new hairstyles. For Ramesh, who’s grandparents are from Anantapur, it has been a story of rags to riches. This was because at that time there was no taxi rental service which rented out luxury cars, even for big delegates,” he says.

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  • Vijay Mallya diverted Rs 170 crore from spirits firm to IPL account | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Disgraced businessman Vijay Mallya might be on the run but soon he might be running out of places to hide. Documents accessed by dna show that when Mallya had complete control over United Spirits Ltd (USL), almost Rs 170 crore were diverted from USL to the accounts of his Indian Premier League (IPL) team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). The transfer of funds was masqueraded as an allotment of his IPL team's shares to United Spirits Ltd, of whom Mallya was the principal promoter at the time of the transaction.

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  • These Cute Pictures Of Shah Rukh Khan’s Son AbRam Will Make Your Day!

    Internet was abuzz with lots of wishes when Shah Rukh Khan’s little bundle of joy turned 2 on May 27. Just like Bollywood’s King Khan, his little boy AbRam is everyone’s favourite too and has huge fan following. On his birthday, AbRam had his first photoshoot.

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  • Bill Gates just described his biggest fear — and it could kill 33 million people in less than a year

    (Inc) Bill Gates. You would think that Bill Gates, the ever-so-friendly richest man in the world, wouldn't be afraid of much.  But as he recently told Ezra Klein at Vox, he does have some major fears for humanity.  "I rate the chance of a nuclear war

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  • As Maggi goes off menu, Nestle gears up for damage control

    All hands are on deck at Nestle India as it grapples with possibly its biggest crisis in three decades. Maggi, India's best known comfort food after staples such as rice, dal and wheat, has been on a downward sales spiral after the Food & Drugs Administration of Uttar Pradesh said it contained lead and mono sodium glutamate (MSG) beyond the permissible limit. Since then, three state governments - Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka - have said they too will test samples of the product, which gives Nestle India almost 30 per cent of its revenues. The central government has said it will look into the matter and so will the country's apex food regulator, the Food Safety & Standards Authority of India.

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  • Manabi Bandopadhyay: India's first transgender college principal

    India is set to get its first transgender college principal. Manabi Bandopadhyay – a transgender from West Bengal – will make history when she takes charge of Krishnagar Women's College in Nadia district on June 9. This is not the first time Bandopadhyay, currently an associate professor in Bengali at the Vivekananda Satobarshiki Mahavidyalaya, has created history for the transgender community.

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  • A Pakistani cricket fan’s hilarious take on ‘Big Three’ comprising India, Australia and England

    The ongoing series has witnessed the Pakistani cricket fans embracing the occasion in a manner that will be remembered.

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  • Ranbir, John, Amitabh Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar spend afternoon with Nita and Mukesh Ambani

    Amitabh Bachchan, son Abhishek, Ranbir Kapoor, Sachin Tendulkar, Nita and Mukesh Ambani came together for the inauguration of JIO garden in Mumbai.

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  • Meenakshi Dixit: I'm not late to join Bollywood

    By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial She's been acting in South films since 2009 but it's now that actress Meenakshi Dixit will be seen making her Bollywood debut with Kundan Shah's P SE PM TAK. Ask her the reason for delay and she says, "I'm not late to join Bollywood.

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  • A psychologist says these personality types are most likely to clash at work

    Conflict at work is inevitable, but some personalities are more likely to clash than others. To cope with that discord, one company — Wells Fargo — recruited Tim Ursiny, Ph.D., a business psychologist and the founder of Advantage Coaching, to help employees deal with negativity. Ursiny tells Business Insider that conflict within business teams often stems from personality differences.

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  • Missing Tamil Nadu sailor's wife thinks he is stranded in an uninhabited island - The Times of India

    Six months after a vessel carrying provisions and construction materials went missing with seven crew members off the Andaman Nicobar Islands, the wife of the boat’s captain still believes he is alive.

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  • A first for IAF: Fired from fighter jet, anti-ship missile hits bullseye

    The Indian Air Force launched an anti-ship Harpoon missile from a fighter plane for the first time at a pre-designated target in the Arabian Sea last week. The missile, built by US defence giant Boeing, was launched on May 22 from a Jaguar maritime strike fighter that flew 200 nautical miles off the west coast to carry out the mission, a source said.

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  • Rani Padmini and four other Hindutva history myths exploded

    The biggest news story coming out of India in 2014 was the triumph at the polls of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Led by the charismatic Narendra Modi, the BJP achieved what many considered impossible: an absolute majority in the Lok Sabha. Modi and a number of his colleagues subscribe to ideas I have described in a previous column as Raving Loony Hindutva History. Here, in reverse chronological order, I list five major myths that have gained mainstream acceptance in India.

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  • Oracle won another battle in its epic war with Google, and the whole computer industry is nervous about it

    At issue is whether Google illegally copied part of the Android mobile operating system from a technology called Java, which is now owned by Oracle. Some computer experts argue, however, that the part Google used should be broadly shared to make it easier to build new software programs. The latest thing in Oracle's favor: The Department of Justice has filed an amicus brief siding with Oracle and recommending that the Supreme Court not look at the case (at least not yet).

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  • The top 10 highest-paid female CEOs

    Last year, the median pay for women CEOs rose to $15.9 million, a 21 percent gain from a year earlier, according to a study by executive compensation data firm Equilar and The Associated Press. Marissa Mayer, the head of Yahoo, was the highest-paid female chief executive in the Equilar/AP pay study. Yahoo's stock price has climbed 177 percent since the technology company hired Mayer from Google in July 2012.

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  • Why Is Kiran Rao Heartbroken?

    Yes, it seems that director Kiran Rao is indeed nursing a broken heart, but before you gossip-hungry readers out there assume that Aamir Khan has something to do with this, let us assure you that all is well on the marital front. It seems that Rao, who had been spearheading FilmBay, a National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) initiative to provide an alternative, exhibition space for independent and art-house cinema and documentaries, has decided to part ways with the initiative. Confirming the news, Rao said, ''FilmBay was a dream project for me, and when I found an ideal space for it, I took the project to NFDC with a lot of hope and expectation.

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