• Teaser of Calender Girls

    Madhur Bhandarkar is back with another hard-hitting take on the world of glamour.

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  • India to spend $8 billion to boost irrigation, reduce dependence on monsoon

    NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India has approved spending of 500 billion rupees ($7.9 billion) over five years to expand irrigation in rural areas to boost crop productivity and it also plans an online agricultural market to help farmers get better prices for their produce. A total of 53 billion rupees has been allocated for the irrigation project in the current fiscal year ending on March 31, 2016, the government said in a statement on Thursday. Half of India's farmland lacks irrigation so any increase in irrigated land should help reduce the country's dependence on the June-September monsoon, which is expected to be deficient this year, raising fears of the first drought in six years.

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  • Sachin greets Harbhajan's girlfriend for her upcoming flick

    Legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar today extended his greetings to Harbhajan’s rumoured girlfriend and actress Geeta Basra for her upcoming flick ‘Second Hand Husband’.

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  • ABCD 2 Back Up Dancer Nilesh Nirbhavane Arrested Under Rape Charges

    Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor starrer ABCD 2 has been in headlines for breaking all Box Office records. With good reports filtering all over on ABCD 2, one shocking news has come around that has left everyone speechless and shocked. According to the reports, Mumbai Police have arrested ABCD 2 back up dancer Nilesh Nirbhavane for raping a 14-year-old mentally challenged girl.

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  • Snapped! Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor in London

    The Kapoor sisters, Kareena and Karisma, are enjoying some time off in London with family. Karisma, who turned 41 on June 25, celebrated her birthday in the city and shared photos from her travel diaries on Instagram

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  • After buffaloes, dogs and chicken, UP police now ordered to trace ‘ghost’ - News18.com

    After hunting down thieves who stole UP Minister Azam Khan buffaloes, now the state police have been given the task

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  • Panasonic launches new smartphone

    New Delhi, July 2 (IANS) Electronics major Panasonic's India arm on Thursday launched its new octacore processor-powered smartphone P55 NOVO at a price tag of Rs.9,290. The phone is also integrated with Peel Smart Remote app which turns the smartphone into a universal home control. "With consumer priorities changing radically, we believe in enhancing customer experience by providing them with smart technology on the go," Manish Sharma, managing director of Panasonic India said.

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  • Here’s Why Karishma Tanna And Upen Patel Fooled Their Fans!

    Recently, fans of Upen Patel and Karishma Tanna were surprised to learn that the couple had signed a Chinese film with a popular production company. The couple had announced this news on an app that specialises in breaking news and later revealed that

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  • An exercise scientist told us the 2 things everyone gets wrong about working out

    Exercise is filled with misconceptions. Recently, we chatted with Rutgers exercise scientist Shawn Arent and asked him what the two biggest misconceptions are about exercise. "I think one [misconception] is if you lift weights you'll get big and bulky.

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  • T20 world cup: MP pacer joins Oman squad after team India snub - News18.com

    Long ignored for a berth in Team India, Sehore pacer Munis Ansari has opted to play for Oman as the

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  • Upcoming Bikes and Scooters in India - 2015

    Here's a list of all the upcoming bikes and scooters coming to India this year along with their expected price and specifications.

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  • Remember her? Rishi Kapoor brings Meenakshi Sheshadri back into the spotlight - News18.com

    Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor left Twitteratis surprised when he tweeted a pic of him with a young looking girl and

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  • Did we fail Sunanda Pushkar?

    Sunanda Pushkar was not a trophy wife. The Srinagar hotel receptionist, the Malayali wife in the Gulf, the Dubai-based real estate agent, and finally Shashi Tharoor's glamorous wife, who was a little too much for Delhi society to swallow -- she laughed too often, glittered too much, and talked too loudly. Lutyens Delhi can forgive anything -- an electoral defeat, a stint in jail (now possibly seen as a routine professional hazard), a temporary reversal of fortune, even a betrayal of friends. Which explains why everyone in Delhi found it so difficult to credit Sunanda Pushkar as an independent woman.

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  • New Rs.100 notes to carry ascending numbers - Moneylife

    The Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) has recently issued new Rs.100 currency notes in the Mahatma Gandhi Series-2005 with a new numbering pattern, an official statement said. The numerals, henceforth, in both the number panels of these new currency notes will be in ascending size from left to right. This is a new visible security feature in the bank notes to enable public identify and distinguish it from a counterfeit one. Barring this new design of the numbering pattern, the bank note is similar to the Rs.100 note in the existing Mahatma Gandhi Series-005.

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  • First look at Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput's wedding card - News18.com

    The most talked about wedding of the year is just around the corner. Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput

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  • UGC announces list of 21 fake universities, including 1 in Maharashtra | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    UGC announces list of 21 fake universities, including 1 in Maharashtra - The fake universities are located in the states of Bihar, Delhi, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh.

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  • UK Food Standards Agency gives clean chit to India-made Maggi

    UK’s food regulator Food Standards Agency (FSA) on Wednesday gave a clean chit to Nestle for Maggi manufactured in India saying levels of lead in the product are well within the EU permissible levels. “The FSA can confirm that results from testing samples of Maggi Noodles in the UK have all found that levels of lead in the product is well within EU permissible levels and would not be a concern to consumers,” FSA said in statement.

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  • Hafeez's action to be officially tested on July 6

    Pakistan allrounder Mohammad Hafeez will undergo an official test on his bowling action on July 6 in Chennai. The ICC had earlier set a deadline of July 4 for the reassessment of his action but the PCB had requested an extension on the grounds that Hafeez's Indian visa, needed to travel to the ICC-accredited testing centre in Chennai, was delayed. Hafeez was reported on June 21 and according to ICC regulations he needed to appear for testing within 14 days.

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  • 5 easy steps to get silky straight hair at home - The Times of India

    Hairstylist Asgar Saboo shares his fail-proof 5 step guide to help you straighten your hair from home.

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  • Sunny Leone lashes out at Rakhi Sawant, Celina Jaitley for making 'baseless' comments

    Not too long ago, Rakhi reportedly lashed out at Sunny for forcing other artists to wear skimpy clothes and even asked the latter to leave India.

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