• Sidharth Malhotra Opens Up On His Link Up With Alia Bhatt

    From quite a long time Bollywood actors Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra’s dating rumours have been abuzz. Talking about the rumours, actor Sidharth reacted saying that all the rumours are fake. She is my first co-star and she, Varun Dhawan and I would spend a lot of time together. Not only Sidharth Malhotra, but also Alia Bhatt has denied such rumours when she was frequently spotted with dashing Siddharth.

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  • Beef Ban Takes Bollywood By Storm!

    Bollywood celebrities are now coming forward and voicing their opinion on different matters. First it was the controversial AIB Roast, and now it’s the ‘Beef Ban’ that took the Internet by storm. To exercise their right to freedom of speech, our Bollywood celebrities took to their Twitter accounts and posted their views on the recent ‘beef ban’ sanctioned by Maharashtra government. Mumbai being the hub of most of Bollywood celebrities who opt to dine as they wish this news came as a shocker.

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  • Sussanne Khan Spent Rs 16 Crore On A Penthouse In Pune?

    Hrithik Roshan‘s ex-wife Sussanne Khan has bought an expensive property for herself outside Mumbai city. According to recent reports, Sussanne Khan bought a beautiful penthouse in Pune for about 16 crore! The penthouse is located in Trump Towers, Kalyani Nagar and the celebrity interior decorator has bought the property only for investment purpose. A source was quoted saying, “Yes, she has purchased a penthouse in Pune. It is located in Trump Towers, Kalyani Nagar.

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  • 'Destabiliser Yogendra Yadav hungry for power', says Phoolka

    New Delhi, Mar.3 (ANI): Senior advocate and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader H.S. Phoolka on Wednesday charged party colleague Yogendra Yadav and his accomplices with being hungry for power. Phoolka said that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is willing to resign from any 'post', as he was not greedy. He had quit his post as even the Chief Minister and people brought him back. The national executive will decide today about why these people are trying to destabilize the party," Phoolka said.

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  • Shoaib Akhtar criticised for mocking Pak cricket on Indian show

    Maverick former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar's remarks mocking the state of affairs in Pakistan cricket on a popular Indian comedy show have evoked angry reactions from ex-players and officials in Karachi. Akhtar appeared with off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on the 'Comedy Nights with Kapil' show in India and some of his stinging remarks about the state of national cricket and his making fun off a former PCB head have not been well received in Pakistan. "I don't know why he was so critical about Pakistan cricket on an Indian channel because I know that he is a patriotic Pakistani when he played for the national team," former Test pacer Sarfraz Nawaz said.

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  • Bollywood reacts to beef ban in Maharashtra

    It is reported that there has been a ban on the selling purchase of beef in Maharashtra

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  • South Africa's Massive Wins Have Opened Up Group B

    West Indies? Ireland? Pakistan? Who'll go through? Your guess is as good as mine.

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  • What Preity Zinta Did Was Uncalled For, Says Maureen Wadia - NDTV Movies

    After almost eight months of silence on the subject, the Wadias have finally spoken about actress Preity Zinta's complaint of molestation against Ness Wadia on June 13, 2014. Ness' mother Maureen Wadia spoke to the media recently at the Mumbai auditions of the Gladrags Mrs India 2015 auditions. Having said that all I want to say is that whatever she has done is completely uncalled for and has left all of us in a very bad taste, apart from this the matter is subjudice and I wouldn't want to talk about the case," Ms Wadia said. Wadia Group scion Ness and Preity dated for almost five years between 2005 and 2009.

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  • Indian baby dies aboard flight to Bahrain

    Dubai, March 3 (IANS) A one-year-old Indian toddler died on board a Gulf Air flight that was on its way from Kochi in India's Kerala state to Bahrain's capital Manama, forcing the aircraft to make an emergency landing at Abu Dhabi International Airport, media reported Tuesday. "As the aircraft landed at Abu Dhabi International Airport, we immediately shifted the body to Shaikh Khalifa (Medical City) hospital morgue," an airline source was quoted as saying. The source said the airline staff offloaded the luggage of the mother and child at Abu Dhabi airport and the plane left for Manama after a delay of one-and-a-half hours. The father of the child, identified as Binoy, has been working in Bahrain for the last 10 years and the baby, identified as Hrishipria, was flying with her mother Ashwini.

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  • Banks hint at lower lending rates after RBI's second prod

    By Suvashree Choudhury and Devidutta Tripathy MUMBAI (Reuters) - Banks hinted they could cut lending rates as early as next month, after a second interest rate cut in two months heaped pressure on lenders that have largely kept rates unchanged, citing weak credit demand and a lack of liquidity. On Wednesday, the Reserve Bank of India lowered its policy repo rate by 25 basis points to 7.50 percent. Speaking after the move, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said he was confident the move would persuade banks to reduce their lending rates this time. "March is typically a time when banks try and hoard liquidity, but as we move into the new fiscal year we will see more transmission of lower interest rates," Rajan said.

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  • For special treatment, go to Pakistan: Shiv Sena tells Muslims

    Mumbai: “If the Muslim community in India want any special treatment as Muslims, they should go to Pakistan,” the Shiv Sena warned. “If they (Muslims) want anything from this country, they must first accept India as their motherland and proclaim ‘Vande Mataram’. The edit was said to be in reaction to All India Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi’s speech in Nagpur March 1, where among other things, he demanded reservations for the Muslim community on the lines of Marathas in Maharashtra. Taking umbrage at Owaisi’s tone and tenor, the Shiv Sena reiterated its stance that reservations policy must be based on social criteria and not religious lines.

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  • Eating Beef Is Not Sinful

    In almost every part of the world, Beef is harvested from cows, bulls, heifers or goats etc. Acceptability of beef as a food source varies in different parts of the world according to the availability. Numerous Hindu scriptures are witnesses to such sacrifices. Being a Muslim, I’m afraid it would evoke undue reaction if I to reproduce what Dr. D N Jha, a Professor of History, Delhi University and member of ICHR, had written in his book ‘the Myth of the Holy Cow.’ Mr. Jha had received death threats over his book. Just to bring home the point, I am quoting the Hindu scriptures like Manusmriti, Vedas, Upanishads, Brahmins, Grihsutras, Dharmasutras and others.

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  • Whiskey essentials that everyone should have in their home bar

    There's nothing quite like a sip of whiskey...

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  • MWC 2015: The 6 most noteworthy smartphones

    Mobile World Congress 2015, which opened in Barcelona this Monday, March 2 in the presence of King Felipe VI, has already seen the presentation of several new smartphones, including the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9.

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  • Deepika Padukone and injured Ranveer Singh attend a friend's wedding

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  • Jamsetji Tata: A visionary

    Born on March 3, 1839 in Navsaari, a small town of Gujarat, Jamsetji was the first child and the only son of Nusserwanji Tata, the head of a family of Parsee priests. The foundation of what would grow to become the Tata Group was laid in 1868, by the young 29-year-old, when he established a trading company in Bombay, with a capital of Rs 21,000. The period following the establishment of Empress Mills was the most significant in Jamsetji Tata’s life. Of the ventures that did bear fruit while Jamsetji was alive was the gift to the people of his beloved city Bombay, the Taj Mahal Hotel.

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  • 10 Best South Indian Recipes - NDTV Food

    The smell of crisp vadas, the sound of spluttering mustard seeds, the taste of hot piping sambar made with fresh and pulpy tamarind, and the touch of feather-light, soft idlis - South Indain food appeals to all senses, is aromatic and delicious! Dosa and chutney are just a brief trailer to an otherwise long, colourful, rich and absolutely fascinating journey that is South India. With its 5 states, 2 union territories, rocky plateau, river valleys' and coastal plains, the south of India is extremely different from its Northern counterpart. Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh each have their own culture, languages and by way of that many different cuisines.

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  • 2015 Geneva Motor Show: Honda Civic Type R and NSX unveiled

    There are hot hatches, and then there is the Civic Type R. Honda's racecar for the road has got an all-new avatar after a five year long wait and the result is a hatchback that proudly claims to be the most powerful production CTR yet. Boasting 310PS at crank and a torque output of 400Nm from its 2.0-litre petrol motor, the new Civic Type R is claimed to race from naught to 100kmph in 5.7s with a top whack of 270kmph.

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  • Priyanka Chopra, Vindu Dara Singh mourn producer-director Prakash Mehra's son Amit Mehra's death

    Producer director Prakash Mehras son, Amit Mehra, died today morning after suffering a cardiac attack.

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