• OMG! Virat Kohli Quits Cricket For Anushka Sharma

    Apparently, India’s one of the best Cricketer, Virat Kohli has retired from Cricket. Apparently, Virat Kohli has had enough with all the blame-game, media bashing and criticism that his love of life, Anuskha Shamra went through because of his not up-to-the mark performance in India Vs Australia semi finals. If your memory serves you right, you’ll remember how Anushka became target of all the jokes, outrage, mocking and twitter bashing as soon as Virat returned back to pavilion.

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  • Suspicious Ranbir Kapoor Follows Salman Khan And Katrina Kaif To London

    Recently, Katrina Kaif visited London, to unveil her wax statue at Madame Tussauds on March 27. Katrina Kaif’s ex-boyfriend Salman Khan also accompanied her to London. Salman Khan who is busy shooting for his upcoming movies planned to visit London with Katrina Kaif as he was in Mumbai.

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  • Shah Rukh Khan To Launch Sons Aryan And AbRam In Boyhood Remake?

    Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan has planned to make a Bollywood remake of ‘Boyhood‘, which is Richard Linklater’s Oscar winning Hollywood film. Interestingly, Shah Rukh Khan has planned to launch his elder son Aryan for the remake of Boyhood. SRK is in talks with makers to acquire rights of the film’s to remake in India, which will serve as the launch pad for his elder son Aryan Khan.

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  • How Sachin transformed an Andhra Pradesh village

    Puttamraju Kandriga has gone from being a slummy village to a modern miracle after it was adopted by cricketer-turned-MP Sachin Tendulkar. Concrete roads with tiled pavements, an underground sewage network with a treatment plant, storm-water drains, 24-hour water and power supply, a playground, a community hall…this Andhra Pradesh hamlet about 150 km north of Chennai, with infrastructure that many an Indian city may be proud about, is quite unlike any other in the region or probably even the State.

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  • Jayalalithaa verdict: Edge of seat experience for all - The Economic Times

    Soon after the verdict which convicted former chief minister J Jayalalithaa, was challenged in the Karnataka High Court and now a sense of deja vu prevails. The High Court's verdict on the appeal against the conviction of the AIADMK supremo and three others is expected soon. The anticipation has not only put the AIADMK on the edge of the seat but the entire political spectrum. With just about a year left for Tamil Nadu polls, no clear forma tions have emerged.

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  • FIR Lodged Against Sunny Leone!

    Actress Sunny Leone visited Surat, Gujarat for the promotion of her upcoming film Ek Paheli Leela. Sunny visited with her husband Daniel Weber, co-star Jay Bhanushali and the film’s director Bobby Khan. Meanwhile a local filed a complaint against Sunny Leone as he thought the actress is here in the city for some other motive.

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  • Sonakshi Sinha on Deepika Padukone's video: Women empowerment is not about whom you want to have sex with

    By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial Deepika Padukone's video on women empowerment has created quite a stir and is getting a mixed response. Where everyone is talking about her video, Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha too was asked about her opinion on the video. Sonakshi opined, "I haven't seen the video but I know the though behind it which is women empowerment.

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  • Snapped: Saif Ali Khan And Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Bash

    Lovely couple Saif Ali Khan and wife Kareena Kapoor Khan threw a bash for their close friends at their residence in Mumbai Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh and lovely wife Genelia were part of the party of Saif- Kareena’s bash. Amongst others were, Saif’s sisters Soha and Saba. Also Soha Ali Khan’s husband Kunal Khemu was present at the party.

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  • Priyanka Chopra's New Look: Cute Bangs

    Priyanka Chopra had got herself a brand new haircut before travelling to the U.S. for the shoot of ABC's pilot "Quantico." The new hairstyle was trendy and made her look young and hot. During the shoot of the pilot though, Priyanka was seen sporting bangs, with the rest of her hair tied up. And we liked it!

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  • Xiaomi unveils its cheapest smartphone yet - The Times of India

    As expected the Redmi 2A looks similar to the recently unveiled Redmi 2 smartphone, however, it sports slightly inferior specifications.

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  • Mukesh Ambani looks to Israel, Silicon Valley for startups - The Economic Times

    MUMBAI: Mukesh Ambani is scouting for startups that may dovetail with his own plans for ecommerce and phone services in India. For that, he is willing to look as far as Israel and Silicon Valley in the US. GenNext Ventures, owned by his Reliance Industries, is talking to other venture capital firms and private equity investors in those countries and in the UK to pick out candidates, Managing Partner Vivek Rai Gupta said in an interview.

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  • 7 Kitchen Remedies You Must Try To Reverse The Signs Of Ageing

    Do you find yourself battling with signs of ageing on your skin as well? Well, then here are a few homemade masks, face packs and scrubs that you can try to make those marks and wrinkles a thing of the past. A rich source of phytonutrients and electrolytes, cucumber is the best medicine for treating age-related skin problems. Cucumbers are loaded with the mineral silica, an essential component for healthy connective tissues that tightens the skin cells. Lemon acts as an exfoliator and a bleaching agent, and also tightens the skin.

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  • Old man signs cheque of Rs 100, loses lakhs

    An 83-year-old freedom fighter signed a cheque for Rs 100, but was shocked to find Rs 3.50 lakh withdrawn from his bank account. Mool Raj Sood, a resident of south Delhi’s Neb Sarai, had made the payment as processing fee for refund of an insurance policy. Sood holds a Bank of India account with Malai Mandir branch in south Delhi’s RK Puram. In 2011, Sood had tried to purchase an insurance policy from Reliance Insurance Company.

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  • Where in India can you get beef?

    It was also criticised by many as beef is cheaper than chicken and fish and forms the staple for the poorer Muslim, tribal and dalit (formerly untouchable) communities. In the absence of a federal law governing cow slaughter, individual states have placed different levels of restrictions. The strongest laws on cow-slaughter are in place in the north, central and western parts of India.

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  • Man who jumped off plane at Mumbai airport wanted to ape Akshay Kumar!

    Akash Jain’s 15-foot jump, it turns out, was prompted by more than mere impatience — he wanted to be a hero, albeit the filmy kind. “I wanted to perform a stunt like Akshay Kumar, because I am his fan, and hence I jumped off the aircraft,” admitted the 30-year-old, who was arrested by the Airport Police Station on Saturday night. Jain, who will remain in judicial custody till April 4, is a medical representative and was headed to Goa when he performed the stunt that led to his arrest.

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  • From lawyer, dancer to top army cadet, Mumbai girl does it all | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    When Lt Anjana Mohan bagged the 'Sword of Honour' in the combined course of Short Service Commission 99 and Short Service Commission (women) 13 at the Indian Army's Officer Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai, she had not only stood out among scores of men and women, but also achieved the rare feat of being the first woman to get the best all-round cadet award. "The army is a way of life, not just a profession," said the Sanpada resident at the headquarters of MG&G (Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa) area in Colaba as her mother Laila Karkera beamed with pride. A lawyer by profession, Lt Mohan chose to opt for the road less travelled when she spotted an advertisement for posts in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) branch. The JAG comprises legally qualified army officers.

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  • A roast beef sandwich, writes Twinkle Khanna | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Tuesday: 50 Shades Of Grey is playing at Odeon Cinema and I go off to see it, since back home I don't know if it will ever get released. If the quote attributed to Leslee Udwin -- that India is a sick society -- is indeed true; it is unfortunate that she feels this way or is expressing her disappointment at the banning of the documentary in this manner, but it still doesn't take away from the story that is clearly depicted.

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  • PPF Rates Unchanged, But Sukanya Samriddhi Scheme to Earn More - NDTV

    New Delhi: Investments in 'Sukanya Samriddhi Account', the special deposit scheme for the girl child, will earn a higher interest rate of 9.2 per cent, while the rate on popular tax saving Public Provident Fund or PPF has been retained at 8.7 per cent for financial year 2015-16. "It has been decided to provide 9.2 per cent rate of interest on investments in the scheme for the next fiscal as compared to 9.1 per cent at the moment. At the same time, rate for senior citizens savings scheme (SCSS) has been enhanced to 9.3 per cent from existing 9.2 per cent. The above rates will be effective from tomorrow (Wednesday, April 1)," the Finance Ministry said in a statement. It was decided by the Centre earlier that interest rates on small savings schemes will be linked to yields on government securities of comparable maturity, it said.

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  • One chart that shows India is actually on pretty good terms with almost everyone in the Middle East

    The Middle East – officially known as West Asia in official Delhi circles – is a complicated place. Take the United States current conundrum with the Islamic State and Syria, for example. Noted and always hilarious commentator Karl Sharro created a visualisation that told the story better from one quick glance. Sharro's chart is a funny take on this wonderfully detailed but horribly complex dynamic chart from Information is Beautiful, which attempts to visualise each of the connections between the various players in West Asia.

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  • What to do with a used toothbrush - The Times of India

    You can use shaving cream and a toothbrush to remove stains from the walls. It also works effectively to remove crayon marks.

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