• Here’s the real secret to losing weight and staying thin (Hint: You’re not going to like it)

    A study found that metabolism rates slow more than expected years after weight loss.

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  • Arjun Kapoor’s Rs 1 Lakh Per Day Parties Make Mohit Suri See Red

    The actor and director had an ugly spat in Delhi

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  • Don’t quit your job if you work in 1 of these 5 industries

    If you want to find a better job, you’ll have far better luck in some industries than others.

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  • Bigg Boss Season 10 First Episode On October 16?

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  • Oh No! Another Celebrity Heading For Divorce?

    Adorable television duo Vivian Dsena and Vahbiz Dorabjee are now witnessing problems in their marital life. Vivian and Vahbiz are witnessing compatibility issues in their marriage life. Vivian Dsena and Vahbiz Dorabjee tied the knot in the year 2013.

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  • Balaji Telefilms To Shut Down For This Reason?

    Balaji Telefilms tasted success earlier with its films. The humungous business is now in a loop with the recent flops ‘Kya Super Cool Hain Hum 3′ and ‘Great Grand Masti’. It is being reported that the authorities are taking a slow move on the Balaji Motion Pictures due to the recent duds.

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  • Navjot Singh Sidhu's fate is a reminder that AAP exists only to serve Arvind Kejriwal

    It can be safely assumed that Arvind Kejriwal doesn't venture out of home at an hour when shadows start becoming longer. In Punjab, Kejriwal's defining trait —  insecurity typical of a man who has achieved more than he deserves — is once again on display, being played out in public in all its ugliness, leading to backroom intrigues, betrayals and fights that could put crabs to shame. Kejriwal's latest victim, in a series of casualties, is former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu, who finds himself adrift after being jettisoned by the AAP and encouraged to jump the BJP ship without a life jacket. In July, when Sidhu resigned from the Rajya Sabha, it was assumed he would become the AAP's CM candidate or star campaigner.

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  • Live Cricket Score, India vs West Indies, 2nd T20I 2016: IND win toss, elect to bowl first

    Live Cricket Score, India Vs West Indies 2nd T20 International 2016.

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  • Will Smith joins Akshay Kumar's celebrity studded party to try punjabi food

    2016 has been a great year for Akshay Kumar. His three films Airlift, Housefull 3 and Rustom put him in the elusive 100 crore box-office hit club. This was reason enough for Akshay Kumar to throw a party to celebrate his success at his Juhu home. Hosted by Kumar and his wife Twinkle Khanna, the party welcomed the who's who of Bollywood: Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt, Jacqueline Fernandez, Varun Dhawan, Ranbir Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha were present to celebrate Kumar's success. The party also had a very secretive celebrity guest: Will Smith, or 'Deadshot' from Suicide Squad, turned up at the party. As Indian Express reported, "Akshay played the perfect host by taking care

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  • Tell-all memoirs leave Sonia fuming

    Do politicians have ownership of their lived experience or does their memory belong to the political party they belong to? It is a fascinating question for anybody who is interested in the study of political history. By writing about their memories, do politicians run the risk of forfeiting their “loyalty reward” programme? Do politicians owe everything including their memoirs to the party they serve or can they afford to be individuals with free will? These questions are gaining ground in the grand old Congress party nowadays. With the party reduced to 44 MPs in the Lok Sabha — a time when out-of-work party leaders should be burning the midnight oil to rebuild the party — some have been releasing

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  • Bharti Airtel cuts mobile data prices as new rival Jio looms

    Bharti Airtel Ltd, India's top mobile phone carrier, cut prices of its mobile data services on a special plan on Monday, accelerating discounts in the highly competitive market as the entry of a new rival looms. Reliance Jio, a unit of Reliance Industries and controlled by India's richest man Mukesh Ambani, is expected to launch commercial fourth-generation telecommunication services in the coming weeks. Jio, expected to price its services aggressively, is giving away free voice calls and 4G data benefits for three months as it signs up subscribers for testing of its network.

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  • Ex-Flames Shahid Kapoor & Deepika Padukone Spotted TOGETHER!

    The two were said to be in a short-lived relationship a couple of years ago. On Thursday, destiny brought them together again. Here’s when and why…

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  • My toddler threw up on my shirt — and the airline tried to make me wear it

    Passenger Raj Purohit’s ‘terrible’ flight this summer

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  • Why a Mumbai Auto Driver Not Only Let Go of His Fare but Also Offered Money to His Passenger

    Rameez Shaikh, a resident of Mumbai, recently shared a post on Facebook about a benevolent auto-driver he encountered, and it is a delightful read. On Friday, Rameez left his office to go to a mosque to attend the afternoon congregational prayer. But after sitting in an auto he realised that he had left behind his wallet. He quickly explained the situation to Shukla ji, the auto driver, and requested him to wait at the mosque for 15-20 minutes and then drop him back at the office where he would pay him more than the actual fare. Since the kind-hearted driver could not wait till the prayers were finished, he simply offered Rameez a free ride. And not just that; he even tried to offer some money for Rameez's return ride. In the post that later went viral, Rameez added - “I feel we should all come out and share the positivity we experience on social media. There's too much hatred out here. The reason for hatred is not that only negativity prevails... but that easily only negativity sells... So unless "We" the people buy positivity it is not gonna sell.” Read the heartening post here: 26/Aug/2016, 1:40pm: I hurriedly went down from office to catch an auto-rickshaw to reach Masjid for the Friday... Posted by Rameez Shaikh on  Friday, August 26, 2016 If you are unable to view the story, here’s what he wrote: 26/Aug/2016, 1:40pm: I hurriedly went down from office to catch an auto-rickshaw to reach Masjid for the Friday congregational prayer ("Namaaz-e-Jumma'h"). As soon as I sat in the auto I realised that I had forgotten my wallet in my office in the rush. I requested the auto guy to drop me at the Masjid and wait till I pray (for 15-20 minutes) and drop me back; and that I will pay him more than the fare. The auto guy (who was pasting a "Ganpati Utsav" sticker on his windshield as I entered in his auto) told me: "Aap bhagwan ke kaam ke liye jaa rahe ho, aap tension matt le... mai chhodd deta hu aap ko... lekin mai wait nahi kar paaugaa... mujhe aagey jaanaa hoga.." I thanked him for that and sat in his auto (as otherwise I would have missed my prayers). Now as he dropped me at the Masjid he did something which I never expected. He got cash out of his pocket and offered me so that I can get back to my work place after finishing the prayers. Since he could not wait for me, he wanted to ensure that I get back to my work place conveniently. He was very sincerely telling me not to feel embarrassed for that... I could not thank him anymore... Meet Shukla ji (the man in the picture inserted)... Could be a stereotype breaker for some... An "Autowala" "Ganpati bhakt" with "Large red tilak on forehead" going out of his way to make sure that a fellow human of another faith gets to pray his Deity with all the peace.... Like this story? Or have something to share? Write to us: contact@thebetterindia.com, or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter (@thebetterindia).

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  • No AC? No problem. How to keep cool this summer without a big electric bill

    These people live like Americans before the invention of air conditioning.

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  • The 10 most expensive places to raise a family in the U.S.

    Here are the 10 U.S. cities where it is most expensive for two parents to raise two children.

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  • Delhi: Woman set on fire for allegedly rejecting marriage proposal

    New Delhi [India], Aug. 29 (ANI): In a shocking incident, a 25-year old woman was set ablaze by a man for allegedly turning down his wedding proposal. The incident took place at the victim's home in northwest Delhi's Bhalswa Dairy area, when the accused, Abhishek along with his friends Vijay, Karan and few others went there and started beating the woman's relatives. Gita said the accused's name is Abhishek and that he stays in the neighbourhood.

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  • The surprising thing millions of men do that can wreck their health

    A new study shows how young men may be putting their well-being at risk

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  • India test-fires Scramjet engine

    The first experimental mission of Scramjet Engine was successfully conducted from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 6 AM, Indian Space Research Organisation said. It described the mission as a "modest" yet important milestone in its bid to design and develop advanced air breathing engines, including ones for its future space transport system. India is the fourth country to demonstrate the flight testing of Scramjet Engine after the US, Russia and European Space Agency. After a smooth countdown of 12 hours, the solid rocket booster Advanced Technology Vehicle (ATV) carrying the Scramjet Engines lifted off at 6 AM and ending a 300 seconds- flight, touched down in

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  • Philippines Sends A Stark Warning To China Over South China Sea Dispute

    South China Sea disputes are turning worse. Last week, Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte had a loud and clear message for China: Stay away from our territory or else it could be a “bloody” confrontation. Philippines’s warning comes shortly before China hosts the G20 Leaders' Summit in the eastern city of Hangzhou on 4-5

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