• Shah Rukh Khan’s Tiny Tot AbRam All Set For School!

    AbRam has been enrolled in BKC’s Dhirubhai Ambani International School and will begin attending classes in March

  • From SRK & Javed Akhtar To Sanjay Dutt & Ranbir, Shocking Revelations In Rishi Kapoor’s Book

    Rishi Kapoor is known to not mince words. In his autobiography, Khullam Khulla: Rishi Kapoor Uncensored, he opens up about his father, grandfather, Amitabh Bachchan and many other things. Read on for some hair-raising excerpts...

  • 10 WET Bollywood KISSES That Set The Screens On Fire

    From Akshay Kumar to Aamir Khan and from Ranbir Kapoor to Saif Ali Khan, everyone has had an onscreen kiss. Let's have a look at some of the most wet ones onscreen

  • KIM CAUSED SPLIT: Arjun Khanna & Wife Shefalee Living Separately!

    While Kim Sharma and Arjun Khanna are painting the town red, SpotboyE.com did some snooping around only to find out that Arjun is no longer living with his wife Shefalee...

  • Australia vs Pakistan: Babar Azam equals 37-year-old world record

    Azam became the joint-fastest in the history of ODIs to score 1000 runs in the format.

  • Jallikattu row: Pon Radhakrishnan pulls up PETA

    New Delhi [India], Jan. 20 (ANI): Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways Pon Radhakrishnan on Friday alleged that People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals(PETA) is unnecessarily interfering in traditional festivals like Jallikattu. Radhakrishnan told ANI that the government should keep an eye on PETA as they are unnecessarily interfering in Tamil Nadu's culture.

  • Saturn Transit In 2017: Effects On The 12 Moon Signs

    One of the most significant transits of 2017 is nearing . In this article, Ganesha explains how Saturn's journey in Sagittarius will impact the world at large.

  • Karan Johar Confesses Giving Koffee With Karan Rapid Fire Questions To This Actor!

    Bollywood’s most interesting personality , Karan Johar is too witty to handle . The book is in the Limelight since Karan Johar has made all the secret confessions of his life. Recently he came up with one more witty confession about his Popular Koffee with Karan show.

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  • India pressed ahead with banknote ban despite RBI concerns

    By Rajesh Kumar Singh and Suvashree Choudhury NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India pushed ahead with its decision to scrap banknotes even as the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) own board expressed concern whether the cash could be replaced quickly enough, the central bank has said in written testimony to parliament. The revelation comes amid growing criticism about whether the central bank and the government had sufficiently assessed the potential fallout from the Nov. 8 ban of about 86 percent of the cash then in circulation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock move caused a severe cash shortage that brought large parts of the economy to a virtual standstill, as the central bank struggled to print new 500-rupee and 2,000-rupee notes to replace the old currency.

  • Deepika stuns 'The Late Late Show with James Corden' with 'lungi dance'

    New Delhi [India], Jan. 19 (ANI): From her traditional greeting with 'Namaste' to the signature 'lungi dance,' Deepika Padukone was a star on the 'The Late Late Show with James Corden.' The 31-year-old actress appeared on the show with her 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage,' co-star Vin Diesel. In one of the sequences, when Corden asked Deepika, 'What is the Lungi Dance?' she, while explaining what lungi is and how did this 'lungi dance' come to existence, said, "I did a movie about two years ago, where in the movie, we came up with this song called the Lungi Dance, where we wear the lungi and we do the dance.

  • 21-year old walks after 11 years, post a crippling accident in childhood

    New Delhi [India], Jan. 21 (ANI): It was an unfateful foggy day on January 27, 2005, when Gaurav Sharma, his parents and a few relatives were travelling to their hometown in UP for a family function when their car met with an accident. Mentally and physically traumatized, Gaurav went through eight surgeries in the initial years which left him with a crutch, a fused hip and short left leg. Gaurav was living a dependent life till the age of 21 when through a relative, he met Dr Dhananjay Gupta, Director of Orthopaedics, Spine, Joint Reconstruction and Replacement Surgeon, Fortis Flt.

  • 8 Warren Buffet quotes and how you can use them

    America is home to many leading lights in various fields. One such notable person is Warren Edward Buffet. Warren Buffet is a famous business tycoon and a philanthropist. He is often featured in lists of the world’s wealthiest people. His finances are sound and he is a gifted intellectual. Here are eight famous Warren Buffet quotes that you must pay heed to:

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  • Banks told to report deposits over Rs 10 lakh a year

    New Delhi, Jan 19 (IANS) In yet another measure related to the recent demonetisation, the government has asked banks to report deposits in any account aggregating Rs 10 lakh in a year, as well as cash payments of Rs 1 lakh or more on credit card bills. In a January 17 notification, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) made it mandatory for a banking company or a cooperative bank to report cash deposits aggregating to Rs 10 lakh or more in a financial year, in one or more accounts (other than a current account and time deposit) of a person.

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  • Gujarati in Pakistan faces imminent death: Daily

    Gujrat City (Pakistan), Jan 20 (IANS) The Gujarati language is facing an uncertain future in Pakistan, to put it mildly. At least its written form is in danger of a slow death. Although a living and vibrant language in India, Gujarati is suffering from an apparent indifference from those very people who speak it as their mother tongue in Pakistan, a Dawn News reported.

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  • Czech inventor gives snow chains a modern makeover

    VRBNO POD PRADEDEM, Czech Republic (Reuters) - After struggling one night to get chains on his tyres on a snowy mountain, Czech businessman Petr Gross decided he needed to come up with something that did the job better. So over the next three years he developed a new device at the back of the car parts factory he runs in the east of the Czech Republic. The result is a mechanised system that fits over the wheel like a hubcap and can be fitted before a journey. ...

  • Captain ‘Hot’ Kohli Will Be The Agent Of Glory For Team India, Predicts Ganesha

    Virat Kohli is all set to take over as the supreme commander of Indian Cricket even in the remaining formats. In this article, Ganesha predicts how he will influence the sport in the days to come.

  • The Scorpio Factor, Mystery And Power: Sasikala May Emerge As One Of The Most Enigmatic Leaders

    Sasikala has seen a fair share of fame and media glare over the years. After analysing her stars, Ganesha feels that Some tricky situations and ugly controversies are likely to make things messy for her.

  • TBI Blogs: How a 22-Year-Old’s Passion for Biking is Inspiring Many in Rural Karnataka to Pursue Their Dreams

    Meet Rajath Shenoy, the young biker from small-town Karnataka who is introducing biking to a whole new generation of motorcycle enthusiasts. Coming from a business background, he never had a lack of resources, but as is common, was deprived of permission.

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  • Benefits of facial oil in daily beauty regime

    New Delhi, Jan 19 (IANS) Including facial oil in your daily beauty regime helps to combat damage to facial skin like ageing. Facial oil can be beneficial in all aspects, says an expert. Shikhee Agrawal, Head Training at The Body Shop, has listed the benefits of the oils: *Good quality facial oil tricks the skin into thinking that it's produced enough and therefore doesn't need to produce more - which is one of the major reasons for the skin's breakouts.

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  • Ganguly woos investors at Mamata's business summit

    Kolkata, Jan 20 (IANS) West Bengal's Mamata Banerjee government on Friday sprung a surprise by fielding former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly as the maiden speaker at its two-day business summit to woo industrialists. Admitting that he was "really surprised" to have received a call a week back from Finance and Industries minister Amit Mitra to "speak a few words at the start of this global meet", Ganguly nevertheless batted well on a new track, much in the same manner he used to step out to bowlers during his playing career. "Please come to the state of West Bengal, support the people of West Bengal, because when you invest it decides the future of a lot of young people.

    IANS India Private Limited