• Radhika Apte's leaked nude video goes viral

    The clip features in a 20-minute short film Anurag Kashyap has directed for an international project titled Prada, which is a collection of six short stories. Prada was produced by a team of international filmmakers for the global market, and the unethical leak of Radhika’s video has naturally infuriated Kashyap.

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  • Was there a specific founder of the religion (Hinduism?) Blog by Jhulan Chatterjee

    Hinduism cannot be described as an organized religion. There are these eternal principles, which stand upon their own foundations without depending on any reasoning, even much less on the authority of sages however great, of Incarnations however brilliant they may have been.

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  • Witty Twitter Battle Between Twinkle Khanna And Chetan Bhagat

    Actress Twinkle Khanna is known for her straight – forward and bold talks that she uses it has her powerful weapon. Recently Mrs.Funny Bones got into a witty spat with the judge of the reality dance show, Chetan Bhagat. A fuelled debate between Twinkle Khanna and Chetan Bhagat started on twitter yesterday.

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  • Spotted: Aamir Khan’s Son Azad Khan Breaks Into A Dance At Airport

    Bollywood Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan has returned back to Mumbai with his wife Kiran Rao and their son Azad Khan from their holiday at Disney Land, USA. Kiran dressed in casual attire, was spotted heading out of the airport with her son Azad, while Aamir Khan walked behind them. This vacation proved to be a spell breaker for Azad as the little toddler has finally stepped out of his tiny shell and is all cheerful and not camera shy any more.

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  • Air India passenger damages cabin seats after being denied alcohol

    A passenger travelling on an Air India flight from Riyadh to Calicut (AI194) on Sunday night vandalised cabin seats and threatened other passengers after the crew turned down his requests for more alchohol. The cabin staff had stopped serving him liquor, as the passenger, Thatethil Nijesh, was too inebriated, said airline sources. At this point while the aircraft was still mid-way through the journey the passenger directed his anger on his armrests, added airline officials.

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  • Nepal is not the big one: Next Himalayan earthquake maybe closer to home and far more serious - Firstpost

    The quake, which reduced large parts of Kathmandu to rubble, is not the 'great Himalayan quake' that the region has been bracing for. Down To Earth magazine quoted Roger Bilham, geologist with the University of Colorado Boulder who studies the seismicity of the Himalayan area as saying, "At a magnitude of 7.9 on the Richter scale, the April 25 earthquake has caused devastation but it is not the anticipated “great Himalayan earthquake”. This does not qualify as a great earthquake which needs to be of magnitude 8".

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  • Karan Johar’s View On Salman Khan’s 2002 Hit And Run Case

    Recently at the trailer launch of Bombay Velvet, Karan Johar spoke to media regarding Salman Khan’s 2002 hit and run case. Karan Johar spoke straight from his heart for actor Salman Khan. At the trailer launch event Karan Johar was asked about his view on Salman Khan’s hit and run case judgment, which is on May 6.

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  • 10 BEST Sports Photos of the Week

    Also, when Michael Schumacher's son, Mick, makes his motor sport debut the photograph becomes worth more than a thousand words. Rediff.com has these, and a lot more exciting photographs of events from the week gone by, snapped right here. Royal Challengers Bangalore's captain virat Kohli celebrates with team owner Vijay Mallya after their win over Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on April 26.

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  • UK school girl posts picture from Syria, joins Islamic State - Firstpost

    London: One of the schoolgirls who had disappeared from London to travel to Syria has tweeted a picture that appears to confirm she has joined terror group ISIS. Amira Abase, (15), Shamima Begum,(15) and Kadiza Sultana,(16), have been missing for more than two months and are believed to be in the city of Raqqa. Amira and her friends paid in cash for flights to Istanbul before travelling by land and crossing the Syrian border in February and are thought to have joined Sharmeena who travelled to join Isis in December last. The picture, posted by Amira earlier this month, shows a huge take-out feast, including fried chicken, flatbread, chips, pizza, kebab and a soft drink.

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  • Was the Ramayana actually set in and around today’s Afghanistan?

    An examination of a book by physicist Rajesh Kochhar debunks the notion that the events of the epic took place in modern-day India. For there are thousands of small submerged rocks beneath its surface, stretching like a bridge across 47 km between the two countries.

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  • Jethmalani hits out at FM, Shah on black money

    Former Union Law minister and senior lawyer Ram Jethmalani on Tuesday put the Union finance minister Arun Jaitley on the witness box and slapped him with a dozen questions on the Narendra Modi government's efforts on delivering its key poll promise on black money. "Why have you not availed of the German offer to share information about the 1400 Liechtenstein Bank accpint holders which the Supreme court has dealt with in paras 64 and 65 of its judgement?

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  • SpiceJet's new offer: Travel with hand baggage and fly for just Rs 999

    SpiceJet is offering discount fares upwards of Rs 999 for passengers travelling only with hand luggage, in a limited advance purchase offer. A total of 150,000 seats are being offered on discount and available for customers travelling with hand (cabin) baggage, which are plus standard-sized laptop bag or ladies purse. A Finnair spokesperson said hand baggage only fares are 10-20 per cent cheaper than regular fares and are  available close to travel date as well. British Airways said these fares were only available on short haul routes but did not disclose whether these could be purchased closer to travel date.

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  • Give your hair and skin a makeover with curd! | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Curd or dahi is a great digestive aid and cooling drink to have but it can also be a great way to enhance the appearance of your hair and skin. Chuck expensive salon treatments and give yourself a hair and skin makeover at home using curd.

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  • India a very good friend, China too has helped: Nepal

    Nepal Foreign Minister Mahendra Bahadur Pandey, overseeing rescue work with the international community,  says ‘we are very grateful to the Indian government for the help’. How is the situation now? The situation is a bit improved.

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  • 9 Healthy Habits From Women Around The World That You Should Definitely Steal

    While Americans have made many strides in health and wellness markers (we’re no longer the most obese country on Earth, yay!), we can still learn a thing or two about healthy living by looking beyond our borders. “These refreshing drinks substitute high-calorie drinks and add vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to your table,” says Yvonne Trevino Hayek, a Mexican nutritionist and elite runner. “Balance is one of the hottest buzzwords amongst Aussie women right now,” says Jacqueline Mooney, editor of Prevention-Australia.

  • Sonam Kapoor predicts when Katrina Kaif will get married

    By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial There's always a lot of speculation and interest when it comes to celeb marriages. We ALL want to know when our very own celebs will get married. And Katrina Kaif is no exception. At an event, Katrina Kaif and

  • Sorry, India is in Nepal to offer relief, not just evacuate stranded Indians - Firstpost

    The narrative in India’s ongoing relief, rescue, rehabilitation and evacuation efforts in the quake-hit Nepal under “Operation Maitri” has suddenly changed – and changed for worse. Why is the Indian media focusing on the evacuation aspects only of OP Maitri? The very objective of Indian efforts in Nepal has been lost due to the focus on evacuation – and that too of Indians “stranded” in Nepal. True, Indian Air Force’s IL-76 planes are bringing back stranded Indians from Nepal to India as it means putting IAF’s assets to better use.

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  • HTC compares Apple, Samsung to diseases in new ad - The Times of India

    The ad doesn’t talk about the features of the One M9 and instead assumes that users are bored Apple and Samsung devices.

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  • Nepal Earthquake: Model Pooja Missra Was in Kathmandu, is 'Grateful to be Alive' - NDTV Movies

    Model Pooja Missra, who was in Kathmandu to launch her special calendar when the 7.9-magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal on April 25, said that she is grateful to God that she's back safe, sound and alive. The model, best-known for her catchphrase 'spare me' on reality show Bigg Boss 5, was heading towards the Pashupatinath Temple when tremors shook the Himalayan region. "I was going to the Pashupatinath temple. Like the thousands of victims who witnessed the dust, debris and dead bodies left behind by the massive earthquake and its multiple aftershocks, Pooja was also taken aback by the trail of destruction left by the temblor.

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  • Nepal earthquake: How India and China vie for influence - BBC News

    The alacrity with which India and China have reacted to the massive earthquake in Nepal again demonstrates how the two Asian giants continue to vie for influence in the tiny, landlocked Himalayan country. India lost no time in sending aircraft to Kathmandu carrying disaster response forces, medical teams, food, medicines and rescue equipment. China promptly flew in rescue teams, sniffer dogs, medical equipment, tents, blankets and generators. Leaders of both the countries - Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping - were also quick to convey their condolences.

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