• Shah Rukh Khan To Launch Sons Aryan And AbRam In Boyhood Remake?

    Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan has planned to make a Bollywood remake of ‘Boyhood‘, which is Richard Linklater’s Oscar winning Hollywood film. Interestingly, Shah Rukh Khan has planned to launch his elder son Aryan for the remake of Boyhood. SRK is in talks with makers to acquire rights of the film’s to remake in India, which will serve as the launch pad for his elder son Aryan Khan.

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  • OMG! Virat Kohli Quits Cricket For Anushka Sharma

    Apparently, India’s one of the best Cricketer, Virat Kohli has retired from Cricket. Apparently, Virat Kohli has had enough with all the blame-game, media bashing and criticism that his love of life, Anuskha Shamra went through because of his not up-to-the mark performance in India Vs Australia semi finals. If your memory serves you right, you’ll remember how Anushka became target of all the jokes, outrage, mocking and twitter bashing as soon as Virat returned back to pavilion.

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  • Suspicious Ranbir Kapoor Follows Salman Khan And Katrina Kaif To London

    Recently, Katrina Kaif visited London, to unveil her wax statue at Madame Tussauds on March 27. Katrina Kaif’s ex-boyfriend Salman Khan also accompanied her to London. Salman Khan who is busy shooting for his upcoming movies planned to visit London with Katrina Kaif as he was in Mumbai.

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  • How Sachin transformed an Andhra Pradesh village

    Puttamraju Kandriga has gone from being a slummy village to a modern miracle after it was adopted by cricketer-turned-MP Sachin Tendulkar. Concrete roads with tiled pavements, an underground sewage network with a treatment plant, storm-water drains, 24-hour water and power supply, a playground, a community hall…this Andhra Pradesh hamlet about 150 km north of Chennai, with infrastructure that many an Indian city may be proud about, is quite unlike any other in the region or probably even the State.

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  • Jayalalithaa verdict: Edge of seat experience for all - The Economic Times

    Soon after the verdict which convicted former chief minister J Jayalalithaa, was challenged in the Karnataka High Court and now a sense of deja vu prevails. The High Court's verdict on the appeal against the conviction of the AIADMK supremo and three others is expected soon. The anticipation has not only put the AIADMK on the edge of the seat but the entire political spectrum. With just about a year left for Tamil Nadu polls, no clear forma tions have emerged.

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  • Airfare War: Now, IndiGo Announces Rs 1,345 Offer - NDTV

    As airlines in the Indian market continue to announce discounted fares every next day to lure customers, IndiGo has come up with a scheme offering one-way fares starting as low as Rs 1,345.

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  • Sonakshi Sinha on Deepika Padukone's video: Women empowerment is not about whom you want to have sex with

    By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial Deepika Padukone's video on women empowerment has created quite a stir and is getting a mixed response. Where everyone is talking about her video, Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha too was asked about her opinion on the video. Sonakshi opined, "I haven't seen the video but I know the though behind it which is women empowerment.

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  • Factory girl turned Apple supplier is China’s richest woman

    Zhou Qunfei, the chairwoman of a Chinese touchscreen glass supplier firm that has clients like Apple and Samsung, has been crowned China’s richest woman, with a fortune of nearly US$ 8 billion. Dubbed as the “Queen of Mobile Phone Glass”, the 25-year-old has ousted Chan Laiwa, founder of Beijing Red Sandalwood Cultural Foundation, who was previously named China’s richest woman with total assets of US$ 6.1 billion according to a global billionaire list by Forbes released last month. Zhaou’s firm Lens Technology’s share value surged to 78.08 yuan per share yesterday, jumping by the daily limit for 10 straight days since it debuted on the Growth Enterprise Market board in Shenzhen on March 18, with an offering price of 22.99 yuan per share.

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  • FIR Lodged Against Sunny Leone!

    Actress Sunny Leone visited Surat, Gujarat for the promotion of her upcoming film Ek Paheli Leela. Sunny visited with her husband Daniel Weber, co-star Jay Bhanushali and the film’s director Bobby Khan. Meanwhile a local filed a complaint against Sunny Leone as he thought the actress is here in the city for some other motive.

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  • Fools' Day Special: Here's why Uday Chopra and Nargis Fakhri made us go 'aww'

    By Shaheen Irani, Glamsham Editorial The funny man in the Chopra family, Uday Chopra (of DHOOM fame) knows how to take a dig at himself as he said that he is proud to be a fool.On April Fools' Day, Uday took to a micro-blogging site to write, "Since

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  • 7 Kitchen Remedies You Must Try To Reverse The Signs Of Ageing

    Do you find yourself battling with signs of ageing on your skin as well? Well, then here are a few homemade masks, face packs and scrubs that you can try to make those marks and wrinkles a thing of the past. A rich source of phytonutrients and electrolytes, cucumber is the best medicine for treating age-related skin problems. Cucumbers are loaded with the mineral silica, an essential component for healthy connective tissues that tightens the skin cells. Lemon acts as an exfoliator and a bleaching agent, and also tightens the skin.

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  • Xiaomi unveils its cheapest smartphone yet - The Times of India

    As expected the Redmi 2A looks similar to the recently unveiled Redmi 2 smartphone, however, it sports slightly inferior specifications.

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  • Emirates, Etihad planes involved in air traffic scare

    Jetliners from the United Arab Emirates' two main airlines avoided a possible midair collision after they got too close to each other earlier this week. The incident happened Sunday as passenger planes from Dubai-based Emirates and Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways were traveling in opposite directions between the Gulf federation and the island nation of Seychelles. Emirates, the Middle East's biggest carrier, said its flight 706 was returning to Dubai when what it called "an air traffic control incident" happened in airspace monitored by air traffic controllers in Mumbai, India.

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  • iPhone 6 Crushes Galaxy S6 As Apple Fightback Begins

    Everyone loves the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. A detailed report on AppleInsider has found graphics performance on the Galaxy S6 to fall not only far behind the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but in some cases even behind the iPhone 5S.

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  • One chart that shows India is actually on pretty good terms with almost everyone in the Middle East

    The Middle East – officially known as West Asia in official Delhi circles – is a complicated place. Take the United States current conundrum with the Islamic State and Syria, for example. Noted and always hilarious commentator Karl Sharro created a visualisation that told the story better from one quick glance. Sharro's chart is a funny take on this wonderfully detailed but horribly complex dynamic chart from Information is Beautiful, which attempts to visualise each of the connections between the various players in West Asia.

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  • Superwoman will tweak her jokes for shows in India

    After Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan gave her his jacket and Madhuri Dixit decided to work with her in one of her videos last year, comedian Superwoman Aka Lily Singh's cult fan following grew in no time at all. The "super excited" Lily, who'll be performing at a time when stand-up comics and comic acts have come under heavy scrutiny, knows of the controversies and feels that comics need to establish a connect with their audience, and their sensibilities. Each country has its own set of challenges. North America has its own challenges," she said, further adding that her content will be different from what is aired on YouTube.

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  • From lawyer, dancer to top army cadet, Mumbai girl does it all | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    When Lt Anjana Mohan bagged the 'Sword of Honour' in the combined course of Short Service Commission 99 and Short Service Commission (women) 13 at the Indian Army's Officer Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai, she had not only stood out among scores of men and women, but also achieved the rare feat of being the first woman to get the best all-round cadet award. "The army is a way of life, not just a profession," said the Sanpada resident at the headquarters of MG&G (Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa) area in Colaba as her mother Laila Karkera beamed with pride. A lawyer by profession, Lt Mohan chose to opt for the road less travelled when she spotted an advertisement for posts in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) branch. The JAG comprises legally qualified army officers.

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  • life explained.. Blog by Bharadwaj

    life explained by Bharadwaj - A boat docked in a tiny Mexican village An American tourist complimented the Mexican fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took him to cat

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  • Telangana fails to attract big companies for investment

    Hyderabad: The Telangana government’s vigorous campaign, in India and abroad, to attract mega investors has yielded partial success, although officials claim that they have got positive signals from some big companies. Some of the companies that have got the nod so far are — Shanta Biotech (Rs 458 crore), Biological E Limited (Rs 150 crore), Pitru Krupa Kanch Ghar (Rs 91 crore), VST Industries (Rs 82 crore), Granules India (Rs 45 crore), Roxy Roller Flour Mill (Rs 35 crore) Balmer Lawrie Company (Rs 31 crore) and Covalent Labs (Rs 26 crore).

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  • Psychologists found the personality traits that make people fat

    Instead, take a personality test. Researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology gathered self-reported personality, eating, and food choice data from over a thousand people in the German-speaking parts of Switzerland. "We found that a person's personality does, in fact, determine why he or she eats and what he or she eats," lead author Carmen Keller told New York.

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