• TANU WEDS MANU RETURNS to be the biggest hit of 2015!

    By Abid, Glamsham Editorial The much awaited R Madhavan, Kangana Ranaut and Deepak Dobriyal starrer, TANU WEDS MANU RETURNS, the follow up to the highly successful TANU WEDS MANU, is expectedly speeding towards a superhit status, globally.Coming to

  • Punit and Esha’s love story

    The two are apparently going steady in their relationship

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  • Sunny Thrown Out of Rented Apartment for Damaging Celina's Property

    After the news broke yesterday that Sunny Leone was kicked out of her rented apartment for not maintaining the house properly. Sunny Leone being an adult star, nobody allowed her to either rent or buy an apartment. According to a close source of Celina Jaitly, 'Celina had helped Sunny and her husband Daniel Weber for two long years. The two year contract expired last November and Sunny was supposed to vacate the rented house but she did not.

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  • Truth vs Hype: Behind Jayalalithaa's Acquittal, Charges of Political 'Sabotage'

    New Delhi:  Jayalalithaa may have returned as Tamil Nadu chief minister, but her controversial acquittal has raised questions over whether behind-the-scenes political manouvering, across party lines, came in the way of a fair legal process. The Congress state government in Karnataka , where the trial was conducted, is under fire for failing to reappoint Special Public Prosecutors (SPP's) to argue against her appeal for acquittal. We put this to Murugesh Maradi, who assisted the SPP Bhawani Singh during the trial leading up to the conviction.

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  • The Babbars pose for a family selfie!

    The Babbar family is all smiles as they strike a pose for a family selfie, or should we say felfie?

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  • Pakistan seek swing in ODI form

    Big picture   Neither Pakistan nor Zimbabwe had the World Cup they would have wanted but for one of them, the aftermath was worse. Pakistan went from a tournament in which their batsmen consistently let their potent pacers down, to a series where the same happened, except that the attack had also lost some of its zip. Although they have the safety of knowing that even if that happens, they won't slide any further down the rankings because Ireland are far behind on just 50 points, it will widen the gap between them, on 87 points, and West Indies and Bangladesh, who are on 88 points each, which means there is a lot more on this for Pakistan.

  • 9 Reasons Why Young Indian Women Are Scared Of Marriage

    Gone are the days when getting married used to be one of the biggest concerns for Indian women as soon as they reached early 20s. Unlike what most Indian movies still show us, not many Indian women have "getting married" as the only objective of their lives. Rather, many young Indian women today prefer to postpone this process as much as possible.

  • Salman attends Arpita's wedding reception, gets taste of Himachali culture

    Mandi (Himachal Pradesh), May 25 (IANS) Bollywood superstar Salman Khan on Monday had a taste of Himachali culture when he savoured local delicacies during his foster sister's reception ceremony in this town. The reel-life hero also left the crowd swaying after he danced to the tunes of Himachali songs. Clad in full-sleeve round neck T-shirt and blue jeans, Salman wore sunglasses as he was accompanied by brother Sohail at Himachal Pradesh's Mandi town, located on the Chandigarh-Manali National Highway-21, in the morning to attend his younger sister Arpita's marriage reception.

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  • Delhi girl M Gayatri tops CBSE Class 12th exam - The Times of India

    The CBSE Class XII results were declared on Monday.

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  • Nach Baliye 7: Why Upen Patel - Karishma Tanna are the most 'hated' couple on the show | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Upen Patel and Karishma Tanna are definitely the most famous contestants on Nach Baliye 7. Recently, Upen shouted at a unit member and made her burst into tears. "The other couples have seen Upen and Karishma cheating during the weekly tasks. There was a time when Upen used to store all his answers in his phone and would keep it somewhere.

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  • Xiaomi Mi 4i, Lenovo A6000, Moto X and more: The biggest online smartphone deals for today

    Forget your Monday blues, today it’s raining smartphone deals. From Xiaomi Mi 4i to Lenovo A6000 Plus to Moto X to Nexus 6, here are the biggest deals you need to look at. It has dual camera (13 megapixel rear camera and 5 megapixel front camera) and runs on Android L. You can buy the phone for Rs 12,999. Remember though Xiaomi does not have microSD slot so you cannot increase the space on your smartphone.

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  • IPL 2015: a season of stupendous catches

    Some of these stunners will make you realises how professional sportspersons put their coffins on the sidelines as they step onto the field of competition.

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  • Honda begins export of new Jazz from India to South Africa

    Ahead of the upcoming launch of the new version of premium hatchback Jazz in India, Japanese car maker Honda has started shipping the vehicle to South Africa from its plant in Rajasthan. Present in India through its wholly-owned arm Honda Cars India, the company is producing the new Jazz at Tapukara plant where it is investing Rs 380 crore to expand production capacity to 1.80 lakh units annually from 1.20 lakh units.

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  • Sachin behind Dhonis success

    FROM a marauder to a finisher, Mahendra Singh Dhonis journey as a batsman makes for an interesting study. For someone who burst onto the scene in 2005 with a swashbuckling 148 against Pakistan in Visakhapatnam, the Dhoni of present believes in playing percentage cricket and staying at the crease till the end. ?As a youngster, if Dhoni scored 10 runs, it would contain at least one big hit.

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  • BCCI announces venues for home series against South Africa, Sri Lanka | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    The BCCI's Tours and Fixtures Committee on Sunday named Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Nagpur as the four Test match venues for the series against South Africa scheduled to be played through October and November. According to a BCCI media release, the Proteas will be playing four Tests, five ODIs and three T20 Internationals while Sri Lanka will come for three T20 Internationals. Keeping next year's ICC World T20 in mind, there will be six T20 Internationals. The five ODI venues for the South Africa games are Chennai, Kanpur, MPCA, Rajkot and Mumbai.

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  • Spotted: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and other Bollywood celebs

    Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was spotted at the Mumbai airport. This time she looked her casual best after a glamorous demonstration on the red carpet at Cannes

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  • Imran Khan's dinner outing with wife Avantika

    Imran khan and wife Avantika Malik were seen at a restaurant in Bandra and also other stars spotted over the weekend in Mumbai

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  • After Ram Jethmalani, Subramanian Swamy to argue for Asaram

    Living up to his promise made to Asaram, BJP leader and leading lawyer Subramanian Swamy on Saturday moved a bail application in a trial court here and will be arguing for the release of the self-styled godman. Judge Manoj Kumar Vyas allowed the application and has listed the matter for arguments on Tuesday. “Swamy himself will be coming on May 26 to argue on the bail application,” said an assistant advocate, who appeared in the court with the application. Swamy had come to Jodhpur on April 23 and had visited Asaram in the jail, where he has been lodged for over a year and a half.

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  • Tanu Weds Manu Returns earns Rs 21.85 crore in two days

    After a huge opening of Rs 8.75 crore on day one, the collections for Kangana Ranaut-Madhavan-starrer Tanu Weds Manu Returns soared to Rs 13.10 crore on Saturday, making a rtotal of Rs 21.85 crore in two days in domestic markets alone.

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  • How Modi’s push for domestic oil production could aggravate India’s conflict with Pakistan, China

    In March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking at an event in Delhi, set an extremely difficult challenge for the country’s oil and gas companies and the people who devise policies for them. The challenge was to cut down India’s oil imports by 10% from the current figure of 77% before the years 2022, and to bridge this gap with an increase in domestic production. The prime minister’s advertised goal left industry experts confounded particularly since the ground realities of crude oil in India don’t augur well. Barely a few weeks after Modi’s speech, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan declared that the days of extracting “easy oil” from the country’s biggest oil fields, Bombay High, are “nearing end”.

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