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  • Britain's new princess meets royal family members

    The newest member of Britain's royal family, a daughter born to Prince William and his wife Kate, met her grandparents and other family members at the couple's Kensington Palace home in London on Sunday. A statement from Kensington Palace said grandfather Prince Charles, next in line to the throne, and his wife Camilla had visited the newborn. Kate Middleton's parents and sister also travelled to meet the baby.

    Reuters
  • Kapil Dev’s hat-trick goes unnoticed

    Nobody has taken an ODI hat-trick for India since Kapil Dev.

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  • Ranbir turns cake bearer for birthday girl Anushka at Bombay Velvet screening - Firstpost

    Anushka Sharma celebrated her birthday with her co-stars during a special screening of Bombay Velvet. Ranbir Kapoor got her a cake too!

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  • Anushka Sharma’s Unusual Way Of Celebrating Her 27th Birthday

    Gorgeous Anushka Sharma celebrated her 27th birthday with entire Bombay Velvet team at the promotions. Also her beau Virat Kohli flew made a quick trip to Mumbai to celebrate Anushka’s Birthday. The leading lady of Bollywood celebrated her birthday with entire Bombay Velvet team.

    Business of Cinema
  • After SpiceJet's Rs 999 Offer, Jet Airways Comes Up With Another Scheme - NDTV

    Domestic carrier Jet Airways on Saturday announced another promotional scheme under which it is offering fares as low as Rs 1,933 on advance bookings for flights within India. The company also added that this offer is available only on jetairways.com and Jet Airways mobile app and limited seats. Under the scheme, airfares between Dibrugarh to Guwahati start at Rs 1,933, while traveling from New Delhi to Jaipur will cost Rs 2,058. Last month budget carrier SpiceJet had introduced fares starting as low as Rs 999 for passengers flying only with hand baggage.

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  • Who’s afraid of Asaduddin Owaisi? Congress, Lalu, Mulayam, Mamata ... - The Economic Times

    In 1967, when non-Congress parties won more space in Lok Sabha, the figure rose to 25, but this was still only 5% of the House. The unusual presence of 49 MPs in 1980 was thanks only to Chaudhury Charan Singh, who gave tickets to Muslims from west UP.This dropped to 42 in the Rajiv Gandhi tsunami of 1984. By the time Congress got a second term in 2009, this had collapsed to 30. The present Lok Sabha has only 22 Muslim members.

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  • 5 Amazing Tricks That Can Help You Lose Weight Without Even Exercising

    Exercising, undoubtedly, is one of the best ways to lose weight and get in shape. Yes, you read it right! Apart from taking proper diet, drinking plenty of water, avoiding junk food and getting proper sleep, you can follow some easy and effective tips to say goodbye to that unwanted weight. Eating in dim light along with some soft music being played in the room can help in consuming fewer calories.

    Bollywoodshaadis.com
  • Indian shot in US: Atlanta Consulate will extend all support to victim's family, says MEA

    New Delhi, May 3 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs on Sunday assured that the Consulate General of India in Atlanta will extend all possible support to the family of an Indian-origin woman, who was shot during an attempted robbery in the United States. MEA official spokesperson Vikas Swarup took to twitter to share the information. "Our deepest condolences at the unfortunate demise of Ms. Mridulaben Patel, a PIO, after an attempted robbery at a gas station in S. Carolina," he posted.

    ANI
  • Shah Rukh Khan was more handsome than AbRam, says sister

    Superstar Shah Rukh Khan drew a comparison between his childhood image and that of his youngest son AbRam. But according to his sister Shehnaz, SRK was "more handsome" as a baby.

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  • 15 accurate predictions Bill Gates made in 1999- The Times of India

    What we see now: Google Now, a smart assistant that runs on mobile devices, is starting to head in this direction. Meanwhile, smart devices like Nest collect data on your daily routines and automatically adjust the house temperature.

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  • Arun Shourie tears into Narendra Modi; also targets Arun Jaitley, Amit Shah - The Times of India

    Former Union minister Arun Shourie tore down the Narendra Modi government on Friday, calling its economic policies directionless while accusing the “trimurti” of Modi, finance minister Arun Jaitley and BJP chief Amit Shah of monopolizing decision-making.

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  • Shashi Kapoor's Suhana Safar: The Story of Bollywood's Raja Babu

    From his beginnings as a son of Bollywood's first family to his rise and rise as one of India's top stars, this is the life and times of Shashi Kapoor. Here's what colleagues, like Sharmila Tagore and Amitabh Bachchan, and family members like Ranbir, Kunal and Sanjana Kapoor, have to say about the Raja Saab of Bollywood.

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  • How will Jupiter’s Transit through Moon Sign Leo affect your Life and Choices?

    On 14-07-2015 at 06:25:25 am IST, the mighty and benevolent planet Jupiter will begin its journey through the Sun-ruled Zodiac Sign Leo. The transiting Jupiter will leave its sign of exaltation, Cancer to enter Leo, where this planet of higher learning and generosity shall continue its transit till 12-08-2016. When Jupiter is transiting through Leo, it is known as the Singhast Guru, as per the Vedic system of Astrology.

    GaneshaSpeaks.com
  • Sonu Sood's Workout inspires Actor Rizwan

    Recently, Sonu Sood made a lot of buzz by performing the act at his gym, post a leg surgery. Shama Sikander’s brother Rizwan Sikander, who shares the gym with Sonu, was the latest one to pull off the amazing act. According to sources, Rizwan and Sonu go a long way. It all started when Shama Sikander, who worked with Sonu in the Bhagat Singh biopic Shaheed-E-Azam, introduced her brother to him.

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  • Gabbar Is Back earns Rs 13.06 cr, becomes highest opener in 2015

    Akshay Kumar-starrer Gabbar is Back made a smashing opening on Friday, collecting Rs.13.05 crore at the ticket windows. With the earnings, the film is now the biggest Bollywood opener in 2015.

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  • Ranveer versus Bhullar - Bollywood meets NBA | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Ranveer versus Bhullar - Bollywood meets NBA - Sim Bhullar who is in Mumbai for a promotional event caught up with Bollywood star Ranveer Singh and a host of other celebrities

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  • Nepal to send back 4,050 foreign rescue personnel

    Kathmandu, May 3 (IANS) Nepal's disaster panel on Sunday recommended that 4,050 foreign rescue and search personnel be sent back as its own security personnel can handle the task of recovering the remaining bodies of people killed in the April 25 earthquake, an official said. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Central Natural Disaster Committee headed by Deputy Prime Minister Bamdev Gautam, who also holds the home portfolio. Very few dead bodies are likely to remain in the rubble which our own security agencies are enough to handle," home ministry spokesperson Laxmi Prasad Dhakal told IANS after the meeting.

    IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News
  • In Iraqi malls, Syrian women work jobs spurned by locals

    Two years after fleeing from her home in Damascus, 22-year-old Rahaf Abdullah is working at a gleaming mall in Iraq's Kurdish region, selling sweets to local women who largely refuse to take such jobs. While the mall job is a rite of passage for teenagers in America, in Iraq's conservative and relatively well-off Kurdish region the idea of women working — particularly in menial or retail jobs — is frowned upon.

    Associated Press
  • Modi sparkles after Coalgate cleanup

    The amount raised in the sale of 32 mines surpasses the CAG's estimate of Rs 1.86-lakh-crore loss on account of the allocation of blocks without auction during the UPA regime.

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  • Defence Ministry planning major changes in defence procurement; seeks to link offsets policy with 'Make in India' - The Economic Times

    NEW DELHI: The defence ministry is planning major changes in the way it procures military equipment,seeking to link the offsets policy with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' campaign after foreign suppliers repeatedly failed to meet the stringent conditions and ended up blocking investments of several hundred million dollars in the sector. The ministry is finalising a "directed offsets" policy that will require foreign companies to set up manufacturing bases in India, officials said. They added that the move stems from an acknowledgement that the stringent offsets policy that requires foreign firms to invest at least 30 per cent of the contract value in India has not spurred domestic manufacturing to the extent desired while the overseas suppliers have accumulated over $35 million in fines over the past few years.

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