• Consequences Of Kapil Sharma Refusing To Talk Sex With Karan Johar

    The latest whisper is that this episode of Koffee With Karan will not be a normal full episode, and read on to know why KJo changed his mind of having Kapil on his show

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  • Jaaved Jaaferi: I Don’t Follow Alaviaa On Instagram But I Am A Protective Father

    Javed Jaaferi talks about his life as a family man, interpretation of Islam around the world, social media and the world of dancing

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  • Virender Sehwag Takes Cheeky Dig At MS Dhoni During Pune Test – NDTV Sports

    Virender Sehwag, in his post retirement avatar, has retained all the qualities that made him one of the most entertaining batsmen to watch. Carefree and fearless, Viru has grabbed the attention of fans, be it on social media or in the commentary box. The former India opener is everywhere, including featuring in his own chat show. As such, he has now developed a cult following in the digital world, where fans scan his timelines on a daily basis for a much-needed dose of entertainment. In a recent interview, Viru revealed that he intends to say and write the things he wants as the BCCI sword no longer hangs over his head. He truly doesn't hold back and his views have often divided public opinion

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  • India vs Australia: Ravindra Jadeja Mimicking Steve Smith In 1st Test Will Leave You In Splits – NDTV Sports

    Things might not have gone as planned for the Indian cricket team in the first Test against Australia in Pune but that didn't stop Ravindra Jadeja from having some fun on the field. While Steve Smith was in the process of batting the hosts out of the game, the Indian all-rounder grabbed the opportunity to poke fun at the Australian skipper's batting routine. After beating Smith with an off-spinner, Jadeja impersonated Smith's rather strange routine between deliveries, which even brought about a smile on the visiting captain's face. India had been bundled out for a paltry 105 in their first innings and the Indians had done well to dismiss the two Australian openers -- David Warner and Shaun Marsh -- early in the second innings.

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  • This Year’s Cutest Oscars Dates, Brought to You by Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling

    Some stars, like Matt Damon and John Legend, brought their spouses to the Oscars. Others, like Casey Affleck, flew solo. Still others opted to find their dates over the family dinner table.

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  • Sanjay Raut taunts Fadnavis, says Shiv Sena won't join hands with Cong

    Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Feb.27 (ANI): Taking a jibe at Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over his statement that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would never join hands with the Congress, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Monday said it is strange that the saffron party can enter into an alliance with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which called a terrorist like Afzal Guru as martyr. "The BJP has allied with Mehbooba Mufti's Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which called a terrorist like Afzal Guru as freedom fighter and martyr, but is facing problem in entering into an alliance with the Congress under whose governance Afzal Guru was sentenced to be hanged for being a terrorist," Raut told ANI.

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  • Box office collection: Rangoon fails to halt dream run of Jolly LLB 2, The Ghazi Attack remains strong

    Collage of photos taken from Twitter

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  • Ramjas college attack: Daughter of Kargil martyr gets rape threats for protesting against ABVP

    Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur, daughter of Captain Mandeep Singh who was killed in the 1999 Kargil War, recently received rape threats for protesting against the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad's attack on students of Ramjas College using social media. "I've been getting a lot of threats on social media.

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  • Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif to share screen space opposite Shah Rukh Khan

    Bollywood is reuniting Ranbir Kapoor's ex girlfriends, Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif, in Aanand L Rai's next. The divas will share screen space with Shah Rukh Khan in the two-heroine movie, in which the Raees actor will play a dwarf.

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  • Mercury Transit 2017: Mercury In Aquarius

    Mercury Transit in Aquarius 2017 will be a period wherein we will be in for mixed results, as the planet of communications will be in conjunction with the malefic Ketu. Find out what Ganesha predicts for all the Signs.

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  • Chinese Foreign Ministry seeks arrest of Pak diplomat's son

    Hong Kong [China], Feb. 27(ANI): All may not be well between the 'all weather friends' Pakistan and China. According to sources, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs is refusing to overlook payment of compensation in a road accident case where a car driven by the son of a Counsellor-level Pakistani diplomat, posted at the Embassy of Pakistan in Beijing, caused grievous injury to a Chinese national. It appears that despite the Beijing City Court having imposed a financial penalty equivalent to around USD 85,000 on the driver, the Embassy has dragged its foot by paying the compensation.

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  • Delhi: 7-year-old girl molested by senior girls in school

    New Delhi [India] Feb. 26 (ANI): A seven-year-old girl was allegedly molested and sedated by two senior girl students, at her school in Delhi's Moti Nagar, police said on Sunday. The victim and accused are students of Sarvodya Kanya Vidyalaya. One of the accused has been arrested following a case was registered under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO), a senior police officer said.

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  • Bank Strike Likely On February 28, May Dent Services

    SBI, PNB, BoB inform customers that functioning of branches will be impacted if strike takes off on Feb 28.

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  • PM Modi lauds successful testing of Ballistic Interceptor Missile

    New Delhi [India], Feb 26 (ANI): Lauding India's successful progress in the field of defence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that inculcation of the Ballistic Interceptor Missile is a cutting edge technology in the arena of security. Addressing the nation in his 29th edition of Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Modi said that only four-five countries have the powerful Ballistic Interceptor Missile and that missile, based on the interception technology during its trial, destroyed an enemy missile 100 km above the ground. "India has achieved a major success in the field of defence.

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  • Man Who Moved Oil With His Words Won't Talk About It Anymore

    For more than two decades, the oil market hung to Ali al-Naimi’s every word -- whether he was taking a characteristic stroll at dawn on Vienna’s Ringstrasse, hurrying through a hotel lobby after a conference, ...

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  • Airtel introduces changes to roaming plans

    New Delhi, Feb 27 (IANS) Bharti Airtel on Monday announced changes in its domestic and international roaming plans after Reliance Jio offered free voice calls on its domestic network with no local or roaming charges. "At Airtel, we are changing the international roaming paradigm, which will allow our customers to take their number to every corner of the world," Sunil Bharti Mittal, Chairman of Bharti Airtel, said in a statement.

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  • Wealthy New York Mom Pens Open Letter to Ivanka Trump on Transgender Issues

    Isabel Rose, a New York mother and writer who hails from a wealthy real estate family, penned a poignant open letter to Ivanka Trump that was inspired by her transgender daughter. Rose states in the heart-to-heart letter that she hopes Ivanka’s father, President Trump, will reconsider revoking a federal rule that protected trans persons and their right to use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify.

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  • Tata Sons has the power to force Mistry family to sell stake

    Tata Sons Ltd’s articles of association gives it the power to ask shareholders to sell their holdings by passing a special resolution, a rule that can be potentially used to force Mistry family firms to exit the Tata group holding firm amid a bitter battle. Mint learns that the Tata group has spoken to a large Indian state-owned financier, a foreign state-owned investment company and one of the largest pension funds in the world. The names of the firms are not being disclosed because they declined to confirm their interest. A Tata Sons spokesperson declined to comment. The Mistry family firms—Cyrus Investments Pvt. Ltd and Sterling Investments Pvt. Ltd—own 18.4% of ordinary shares in Tata Sons.

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  • Paytm launches new online marketplace app - Paytm Mall

    New Delhi [India], Feb. 27 (ANI): E-commerce major Paytm announced the launch of its Paytm Mall app on Android on Monday. Paytm Mall will offer a unique combination of the Mall and Bazaar concepts to Indian consumers. All products listed on the mall will also go through Paytm certified warehouse and shipping channels ensuring guaranteed consumer trust.

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  • Box office collection: Rangoon settles for average business on 1st weekend; Jolly LLB 2, The Ghazi Attack continue raking in money

    Vishal Bhardwaj's movie Rangoon, starring Shahid Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut and Saif Ali Khan, saw marginal growth on its third day at the domestic box office. However, that didn't help matters much as Rangoon's first weekend collection fell short of being impressive. On the other hand, Akshay Kumar's Jolly LLB 2 and The Ghazi Attack enjoyed steady runs at box office.

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