• Aarav’s Movie Date With His Friend And Parents Akshay Kumar-Twinkle Khanna

    Recently spotted was Akshay Kumar’s family on a movie outing. Dressed in tracksuit, Akshay Kumar was clicked coming out of a theatre after watching the film with his son Aarav and his friend and wife Twinkle Khanna. Aarav, who recently met PM Narendra Modi, was in all smiles for the shutterbugs.

    Business of Cinema
  • Mumbai: Missing teacher found murdered

    The NRI police station has registered a case of murder against unidentified accused after the post-mortem report said Savita Navkudkar, who was working as a teacher until a few years ago, had been strangulated to death. Family members of the woman have alleged that her husband and in-laws had been harassing her and suspect them to be behind her murder. Investigating officer Shekhar Waghale said the body was found near a compound wall on the road between the NRI Complex and the Delhi Public School in Nerul.

    The Indian Express
  • Ranveer Singh And Deepika Padukone Are Ready For Valentine’s Day

    There will be few stars who will be alone this Valentine’s Day like Ranbir Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan, Abhay Deol, Farhan Akhtar and star Cricketer Virat Kohli and so will female big stars like Katrina Kaif, Kangana Ranaut and many more. Ultimate and big time lover boy Ranveer Singh will celebrate Valentine’s Day with his own very dear Mastani Deepika Padukone in Toronto.

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  • Virat asked Anushka to slow down on her career

    Buzz is, India’s Test captain didn’t want her to sign Sultan

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  • Kapil Sharma back with Sidhu and Sumona. Watch out, Krushna!

    The stand-up comedian returns full throttle

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  • Katrina Kaif’s Reaction On Salman Khan Calling Her ‘Majdoor’!

    Post Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif’s break-up, Salman Khan’s recent bonding with former girlfriend Katrina Kaif has grabbed all the eyeballs. As earlier we reported how Salman Khan was in all praise for Katrina Kaif at a recent event held in Gondia. Salman Khan who was asked about Katrina Kaif giving him all the credits for her success, responded saying, “Did Katrina say that?

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  • Clooney says refugee crisis is huge, U.S. Muslim ban won't happen

    By Sarah Mills BERLIN (Reuters) - George Clooney said on Friday the refugee crisis is bigger than the headline-grabbing exodus from Syria and Iraq, and he believes Americans "will do the right thing" by rejecting Donald Trump and calls to ban Muslims entering the United States. Clooney spoke to Reuters on the same day he and his wife, the human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin Clooney, met German Chancellor Angela Merkel behind closed doors at the chancellery to discuss the refugee issue. The Clooneys were in the German capital for the international premiere of "Hail, Caesar!", in which Clooney has a starring role and which opened the Berlin International Film Festival on Thursday.

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  • Gravitational waves: They scorned Sanjeev Dhurandhar 3 decades ago, today he is the toast of modern science

    Three decades before international scientists announced they have detected the gravitational waves Albert Einstein had proposed, a young scientist was already talking about the idea. Sanjeev Dhurandhar’s ideas were then greeted with incredulity but, on Thursday, he was the toast of the scientific community who gathered at the Inter-University Centre of Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) in Pune. Prof Jayant Narlikar, former IUCAA director, recalled the 1980s.

    The Indian Express
  • Coca-Cola India shuts three plants as brand suffers inadequate demand

    New Delhi, Feb. 12 (ANI): Coca-Cola India has stopped production at three plants ahead of the peak summer season due to inadequate demand of the brand's beverages. The plants situated in Jaipur, Andhra Pradesh and Meghalaya are affected due to the agony. Activist body India Resource Center (IRC) reported the primary reasons for the closure to be the Kaladera plant in Jaipur, which increased difficulty in accessing groundwater from a depleted aquifer, in addition to incurring financial losses.

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  • BCCI bans Pakistani umpire Rauf for five years

    Mumbai, Feb 12 (IANS) Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf was on Friday banned for five years by the BCCI from officiating all cricket tournaments and matches in India after its disciplinary committee found him guilty of misconduct and corruption. Rauf, who was part of the International Cricket Council's elite panel and officiated in Test matches, was accused of accepting expensive gifts from bookies besides placing bets on Indian Premier League matches during the 2013 edition. "The disciplinary committee of the BCCI met today (Friday) at the BCCI headquarters, Cricket Centre, Mumbai.

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  • Sonam Kapoor’s Neerja Not Spared, Facing A Ban In Pakistan!

    At some occasion or the other, we certainly get to see a lot of love and appreciation coming from our neighbouring countries, especially, Pakistan. Now, we present to you a latest move by Pakistan for banning an Indian movie from releasing. Basically, any movie that had any incident of Hindu-Muslim characters coming together or fighting, any word against Pakistan or it’s government, anything where Pakistan is shown in a negative limelight (as if nothing wrong is happening there) was instantly banned.

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  • Women buy more sexual wellness products than men in February

    Women's purchases in the first two weeks of February go up to 54 percent of the total revenue generated by the sexual wellness products industry, compared to 41 percent on an average throughout the year, said the study conducted by ThatsPersonal.com, a seller of sexual wellness products. "Sixty-one percent of wellness products purchased during the month of February are by females and that too during the first 20 days of February. The cities which witness the highest purchase of sexual wellness products include Bangalore, Baroda, Pune, New Delhi and Mumbai," said the study.

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  • Mission incomplete: Rajan's overhaul of RBI

    In a video conference in mid-2014, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan told employees that he wanted to hire talented external candidates and improve the quality of research at the 81-year-old central bank. The proposals, described to Reuters by three officials who heard Rajan speak, would hardly seem out of place in any major institution on the planet. "(The) entire process is being hurried up," a protest letter written United Forum of Reserve Bank Officers and Employees, the central bank’s staff union, read, according to a copy seen by Reuters at the time.

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  • Modi, Abu Dhabi crown prince hold restricted meeting

    New Delhi, Feb 11 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday held a restricted meeting at his 7 Race Course Road residence with visiting Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. "A meeting at 7RCR... HH Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan meets PM @narendramodi at his residence," the Prime Minister's Office tweeted along with a picture of the two leaders. PM meets Crown Prince for a restricted meeting at 7RCR before talks in the evening," external affairs ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup also tweeted.

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  • Talegaon: Villagers reap crores after land acquisition

    THE ONGOING land acquisition for the industrial estate of Talegaon phase II has come as a windfall for the villagers of Navlakha Umbre, Badalwadi and Mendewadi in Maval tehsil of Pune district with three villagers becoming crorepatis almost overnight. Owing to the present rate of the compensation offered — Rs 55 lakh for an acre of land, almost 80 per cent of the villagers whose land were acquired have managed to rake in the moolah. Located beside the old Pune-Mumbai Highway, the land acquisition in question is being moved by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC).

    The Indian Express
  • Why demonise what was good in ancient Indian science, asks Smriti Irani

    QUESTIONING the attitude to “demonise” Indian science, Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani said the BJP government’s efforts have succeeded in getting a statue of ancient Indian mathematician and astronomer Aryabhatta installed at UNESCO in April. The conference aims to “initiate a paradigm shift in research orientation so as to make it indigenous, holistic, integrated, meaningful” and “imbibe an all-perspective Bharatiya approach”, among other things. Why demonise what was good in ancient Indian science,” Irani asked.

    The Indian Express
  • Multiple choice questions and Headley’s pick; says Ishrat Jahan was LeT operative

    Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam led David Coleman Headley through a process of elimination on Thursday before the 26/11 scout identified Ishrat Jahan as a “woman Lashkar-e-Toiba member” killed in an “unsuccessful LeT operation”. A similar elimination process with three choices ended with Headley naming Gujarat as the state where the operation took place. It began with Nikam asking Headley if he was aware of a women’s wing in LeT.

    The Indian Express
  • Afzal Guru row: Congress calls for exposing protestors' ulterior motive

    New Delhi, Feb. 12 (ANI): A day after the Delhi Police registered a case of sedition against the JNU students for raising anti-India slogans at an event against the hanging of 2001 Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, the Congress Party on Friday said the cops must identify the guilty students and expose their ulterior motive. "Students raising slogans on Afzal Guru is outrightly condemnable. Merely registering sedition cases against these students won't solve the purpose.

    ANI
  • SRK fined Rs.1.93 lakh for illegal ramp outside 'Mannat'

    Mumbai, Feb 11 (IANS) Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan has been fined Rs.1,93,784 by the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation for constructing an illegal ramp outside his bungalow 'Mannat' in Bandra, a RTI query revealed here on Thursday. Activist Anil Galgali sought details under RTI on a reinforced cement-concrete ramp constructed outside the actor's landmark bungalow which was used for parking his vanity van, leading to an outcry early last year. Following a campaign by various citizens and activists, the municipal commissioner initiated action and a notice was slapped on Shah Rukh on February 6, 2015.

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  • World's most polluted city, Delhi, plans new limits on car use

    The Delhi government plans another round of tough measures to restrict the use of private cars and clean up toxic air in the Indian metropolis, the world's most polluted city. From April 15, for two weeks, cars will only be allowed on the road on alternate days, going by whether their number plates are odd or even, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday. "We can't do this on a permanent basis until we get better public transport." The rule hits most of the 2.6 million cars that ply the traffic-choked roads of Delhi and its surrounding areas.

    Reuters