• War Escalates? No Kapil Sharma On Karan Johar's Couch!

    Karan Johar and Star World have decided to NOT telecast the Kapil Sharma episode of Koffee With Karan. The news has shocked those who're close to KJo and KS

  • Parineeti Chopra In Egypt: See Pics Of What She Calls 'Work.' Be Jealous

    A day at the office doesn't mean the same thing for all of us. Just take a look at actress Parineeti Chopra's latest pictures on Instagram, all of which will make you very jealous. The 28-year-old actress, who is currently in Egypt for a shoot, recently posted a picture of herself on a cruise boat, captioned: "Cruising the Nile! Home on the water for the next 2 days, obsessed already. #DilDhadakneDoVibes." Dressed in a loose sweater paired with black leggings, the actress made a lovely picture against the deep blue of the Nile. The Shuddh Desi Romance actress also posted pictures of herself at the Abu Simbel temples, where she got a chance to witness the Sun Festival which happens twice a year.

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  • Saif Ali Khan name-drops Shah Rukh, as Taimur controversy still rages

    Saif Ali Khan's son Taimur was in the middle of controversy soon after his birth as the newborn's name had made a section of people remember one of the cruellest rulers of all-time -- Timur Lang. Talking about the issue, Saif said that while naming his son Taimur had created a big controversy, people have no issue with the name Shah Rukh when Timur Lang's son's name was Shah Rukh.

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  • After Shiv Sena, Congress files complaint over Aamir Khan advert

    Calling an advertisement published in a section of the print media on polling day a blatant violation of the code of conduct, the Maharashtra Congress registered complaint with the State Election Commission on Wednesday. The party demanded action against the BJP, the NGO Mumbai First, and actor Aamir Khan who featured in the ad. In his complaint, Congress spokesperson Sachin Sawant said the advertisement published by Mumbai First, featuring Khan, highlighted the BJP’s election planks of “change” and “transperancy”. The complaint states the advertisement was a bid by the party, in connivance with the NGO, to influence voters on the day of the elections. “One can establish the fact from the information

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  • Who Will Win Uttar Pradesh: The Most 'Definitive' Guide

    Lucknow: When the campaigning for these Assembly elections began, everyone said Punjab will be far more interesting than UP. This was just days after the last rites of the Samajwadi Party had been written by several well-known political journalists. Other, even better-known journalists, had said that Mulayam Singh Yadav will be turn out to be the ultimate winner, he was the pehelwan in the state, Akhilesh a mere pretender. Even more famous journalists (some of them owing their fame mostly to Twitter) said Behenji, she is working silently, she will win, throwing in some bewildering kaleidoscope of caste equations and ‘elephant moving quietly through the jungle’ metaphors to make their points.

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  • Teenager is rescued after 11 days adrift in the Pacific Ocean with no food 

    A 14-year-old from Kiribati was rescued after drifting alone in the Pacific Ocean for several hundred miles in a 15-foot-boat that was equipped with a motor which he did not know how to use. Bwanikatang Tebuanna spent eleven days in the fibreglass boat and ate no food before he was rescued in the Marshall Islands after being spotted by a helicopter pilot. The pilot, who was searching for tuna, also spotted another boat of drifters from Kiribati: three fishermen who had spent 28 days at sea.

    The Telegraph
  • Kamaal R Khan Calls Ranveer Singh A Terrorist

    KRK is always known for making absurd comments on the celebrities and having issues with them. Earlier with Shah Rukh Khan, Lisa Haydon, Sonakshi Sinha, there had been enough clashes. This is that picture of Ranveer Singh that everyone has been making jokes about.

    Business of Cinema
  • IPL 2017: 5 most balanced squads in the tournament

    A look at some of the best line-ups on paper heading into this year's IPL.

  • How Ivanka Trump is rebranding herself as the grown up First Daughter of America

    Brand Ivanka is a powerful entity, but in the combustible world of The Trumps, also an unstable one. In the final throws of the campaign and during the sometime erratic transition of the Trumps to power, Ivanka has been one of the most consistent characters. When he uses his coded signal to get someone out of the way — “Look after these good people” — it is Ivanka who most often distracts or shuffles them off to an aide’s ministrations.

    Evening Standard
  • Akshay Kumar bats for ayurvedic tricks for well-being

    Mumbai, Feb 23 (IANS) Actor Akshay Kumar, who is fit as a fiddle at 49, has vouched for ayurveda, the traditional Hindu system of medicine, and says people are not respecting the "God-given" treasure. "Why are we forgetting are traditional methods of medicine?

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  • Jupiter Retrograde In Virgo 2017: Will The Luck Be In Your Favour?

    The Jupiter Retrograde 2017 will be taking place between 6th February, 2017 and 9th June, 2017. Find out how this will affect you in the exclusive predictions.

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  • Oscars 2017: Watch the Best Picture nominee trailers here

    With the Oscars fast approaching, now is the time to get up to date on all those nominated films you’ve heard so much about but never actually seen. Don’t have time? Don’t worry – below, we’ve collected all the trailers for the Best Picture nominations so you can at least bluff your way through a conversation.

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  • Net migration to UK falls sharply after Brexit vote

    The latest quarterly ONS migration figures show immigration to Britain fell by 23,000 to 596,000. Net migration to Britain fell by 49,000 to 273,000 last year, according to official figures that include the three months after the Brexit vote. The latest quarterly migration figures from the Office for National Statistics show that immigration fell by 23,000 to 596,000 in the 12 months to last September while emigration rose by 26,000 to 323,000.

    The Guardian
  • KKR team 2017: Who is Sayan Ghosh? How Sourav Ganguly, Laxmi Ratan Shukla inspired Bengal's Lasith Malinga!

    Possibly every cricketer, who makes it big from Bengal, has the same inspiration -- their very own 'Dada' Sourav Ganguly. Hoping to be one of the other big star cricketers from Bengal is Sayan Ghosh, in the news recently after getting bagged by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) during the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction.

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  • eToilets: Kerala-based firm is now making smarter loos for schools and public places

    Using the toilet in school was an ordeal for 15-year-old Vineetha two years ago because of poor sanitation and cleanliness. A class 10 student at ZPHS Kodurupadu School in Nellore district, Andhra Pradesh, the ordeal is now over with eToilets being installed in the premises. “Earlier, we didn’t have proper toilet facilities to relieve ourselves since the facility was not properly maintained and was unhygienic. Many of us would bunk schools owing to this. But the installation of eToilets brought us huge relief. Initially, we had some apprehensions on using them but soon we got used to it,” Vineetha told IANS in an email interview. eToilets are unmanned toilets which work on an indigenous technology

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  • MS Dhoni's train travel after 13 years: Where did he go, with whom, for what?

    MS Dhoni, the veteran, the one of his kind India cricket star, is not too involved with social media as most of his counterparts are -- like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Virender Sehwag and so on. The former Team India skipper, who is not a part of the India vs Australia 2017 Test series, starting Thursday in Pune, posted a selfie on his Instagram feed, along with his Jharkhand Ranji Trophy teammates...in a train! No, this is no political stunt or anything, but Dhoni's presence among the former India cricket stars in the train, surely comes as a huge boost to those cricketers' hopes for a better future.

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  • Sasikala will be awarded lifetime imprisonment, if probe takes place in Amma's death: Stalin

    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], Feb. 22 (ANI): In a veiled attack at All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader V.K. Sasikala, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M.K Stalin on Wednesday said if proper probe takes place in late J. Jayalalithaa's death case, then the former, who is serving a four-year jail term in connection with a 19-year old disproportionate assets case, will have to surrender to law. "If proper probe takes place into J. Jayalalithaa's death, the person, who is in jail for four years now, will be awarded lifetime imprisonment," Stalin told media here.

  • DO NOT neglect your kid, he might grow mentally ill

    Experiencing severe deprivation and neglect in childhood can have a lasting psychological impact into early adulthood, according to a unique study conducted at the UK-based University of Southampton, which has followed the mental health of a group of children adopted from Romanian institutions to UK families in the 1990s. Published in The Lancet, this is the first large-scale study to follow a group of children who were subjected to extreme deprivation into adulthood, tracking how their mental health and cognition has developed as a result.

  • A look at who are the richest of the rich in the world

    Sitting at a table, grinding his pinkie into the corner of his mouth and staring at the screen, Dr Evil announces he is holding the world ransom for $1 million. Having been cryogenically frozen for 30 years, the comic villain created by the actor Mike Myers is shocked when he is told that $1 million isn't a lot of money in 1997. Trying to regain his composure, he turns to the screen, voice cracking with uncertainty, and says, "OK then, we hold the world ransom for $100 billion." Twenty years after the movie "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" was released, billions of dollars aren't what they used to be, either. Bill Gates alone is just $10 billion shy of Dr. Evil's ransom demand, according

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  • Exclusive: North Korean suspects in Kim Jong-nam murder 'hiding' in Pyongyang's embassy in Kuala Lumpur

    Two North Koreans suspects in the murder of Kim Jong-nam are believed to be "hiding" inside Pyongyang's embassy in Malaysia, security sources have told the Telegraph. Tensions between the two countries are high following the killing of the half-brother of Kim Jong-un, North Korea's "Supreme Leader", at Kuala Lumpur International Airport last Monday. On Wednesday, Malaysian police stated Hyon Kwang Song, a senior North Korean diplomat who works at the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur, was still in the country.

    The Telegraph