• Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded: Will Shamita Shetty Get Back On The Show?

    No wonder the participants have given their heart and soul to all their performances, but it seems all this hard work comes with a hurting price. Reportedly, actress and participant Shamita Shetty was rehearsing for her next performance and she broke her nose. Sister Shilpa Shetty who is very concerned about her little sister Shamita took to her twitter wall to share the terrible news, the actress tweeted, “Terrible news,freak accident that happnd with @ShamitaShetty @jhalak rehearsals.

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  • Poor woman gets shock of her life on finding Rs 95,000 crore in her bank account! - News18.com

    In a mysterious and unexpected incident, the UPSIDC branch of State Bank of India (SBI) in Kanpur has credited over

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  • Public holiday declared in Telangana over Kalam's demise

    New Delhi, July 28 (ANI): The Government of Telangana has declared Tuesday as a public holiday, as a mark of respect to late former president APJ Abdul Kalam's memory. "The Government of Telangana deeply mourns the sudden demise of former President APJ Abdul Kalam and declares that all Government offices, local bodies and educational institutions shall remain closed today as a mark of respect to departed soul," a statement released by the Telangana Government said. On Monday, Kalam passed away in Shillong after he was admitted to a hospital in the city.

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  • 5 Most Significant Couplets from Hanuman Chalisa

    According to Hindu mythology, once Lord Indra directed his ire at Hanuman. Indra attacked Hanuman with his thunderbolt (Vajrayudha) and the impact of that was so much that Hanuman broke his chin. Suryadev also bestowed Hanuman with knowledge and brilliance.

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  • Micromax to launch new affordable smartphone today

    Indian smartphone maker Micromax is all geared to unveil a new affordable handset today at its event in New Delhi. Earlier last week its Yu brand launched the Yureka Plus smartphone based on the latest Cyanogen OS 12 for a price of Rs 9,999. Micromax spokesperson has not shared any pricing details of the phone.

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  • Beat your fear of public speaking with these 7 science-backed strategies

    Some of the most successful people in the world have struggled to overcome their resistance to public speaking. Fortunately, Buffett and Branson have conquered their fears, and so can you. In fact, researchers have spent years developing different techniques for quelling the stress and anxiety often associated with public speaking.

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  • Don't rush to buy gold yet, prices may drop further - The Economic Times

    The total gold holdings in SPDR Gold Trust, the largest gold ETF in the world, coming down from 1,291 tonnes in 2012 to 690 tonnes now, a fall of 47%, reflects this shift. The Chinese ornamental gold demand is expected to get affected in coming months because of the economic problems there. The monsoon season is anyway a lean period for gold demand in India. Investors should wait for 2-3 months more," says Manoj Kumar Jain, Director (Commodities & Forex), IndiaNivesh Commodities.

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  • Jihadi John Scared for His Life, Leaves ISIS

    Jihadi John aka Mohammed Emwazi has reportedly fled the Islamic State territory to a another lesser known terrorist group in Syria. According to US intelligence, ISIS does not have further use for him and hence looked to dispose him off. Emwazi, appeared in several beheading videos including British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning. A report from Russia Today suggested that Emwazi was terrified amongst his fellow jihadists who “jealous” and sought to kill him.

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  • 'Kashmir' militants in deadly standoff with Indian army at police station

    Throughout the day, regular bouts of small arms fire echoed across the town of Dinanagar and the paddy fields around it, some 10 miles from the international border, Reuters witnesses said. It dragged on because security forces had wanted to capture at least one of the militants alive, a senior government source said. Police sources added that the attackers entered India from Pakistan two days ago in the troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir, a short distance to the north. Jitendra Singh, a junior minister in Modi's office, said he did not rule out Pakistan's involvement.

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  • Baahubali poster sets Guinness World Record

    First time in the History of Indian Cinema happened is the Guinness World Record Certificate for the largest film poster. All credits to 'Baahubali'.

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  • Congress elated as NASA found Earth 2.0

    New Delhi: Indian National Congress has finally got a moment to breathe easy as NASA announced that they have managed to find a planet pretty similar to our very own Earth. Sweets were distributed at various offices of INC as soon as the news surfaced that the space agency’s Kepler mission has found a planet outside solar system that may have volcanoes, oceans, sunshine and stupidity like Earth. According to NASA, this new planet named Kepler 452b is about 60% larger than the Earth, gravitational pull is twice that of earth and it has a year that lasts 385 days. Congress, which lost almost every possible election that took place in the country after Rahul Gandhi came into the picture, is finally seeing a glimpse of hope.

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  • Box Office: Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s Second Weekend Collections!

    Recently released family drama film Bajrangi Bhaijaan is on a record breaking spree. Bajrangi Bhaijaan already crossed 200 crore mark with ease on its day 9 at the Box Office and as the film has successfully completed its second weekend run at the Box

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  • Malaysia's $1bn terminal is sinking, airline says - The Times of India

    Kuala Lumpur International Airport's new budget passenger terminal is sinking, with cracks appearing in the taxiway and water forming pools that planes must drive through.

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  • Depression to bring heavy rain in South India

    After few days of respite from the downpour, formation of a new depression area over the Bay of Bengal, under the influence of Southwest Monsoon, is expected to bring heavy rain in south India from Tuesday. “The depression over north east Bay of Bengal and adjoining coastal areas of West Bengal is practically stationary and lay centred at 830 hours of today,” a senior met official told Deccan Herald on Monday evening.

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  • 'Which country Modi has not visited?' Exam question asks

    The Narendra Modi government in its inaugural year has incurred a travel bill of Rs 317 crore, according to the revised budgetary estimates. Modi's foreign visits have attracted both praise and criticism. Now, a question related to Modi’s foreign visits has made it to an examination question paper.

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  • Maybe India should consider the Eurofighter?

    In 2011 the Rafale had no foreign orders. India had been proclaiming the Rafale the “best aircraft for India” for some 5 years by then and declared it the L1 bidder in the tender for the 126 MMRCA with the Eurofighter Typhoon as the L2. India only negotiated purchase price with the L1 bidder because those were the rules of the tender and we have now come to this point where the price has increased so much that India has scrapped the tender and is only considering buying 36 aircraft for now under government to government with France. Earlier this year Egypt ordered 24 Rafale and Qatar ordered 24 Rafale so France is no longer under any pressure to obtain sales orders.

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  • PHOTO: Shakib Al Hasan takes South Africa team out for dinner

    The first Test between Bangladesh and South Africa ended in a draw.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Details Tipped in New Leaks

    Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 5 prototype has been leaked in a bunch of images tipping the design of the phablet, while new details on the S Pen have also emerged on the Internet. Additionally, new details about the innards on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus have also made it to the Web, apart from leaked images of the Galaxy S6 mini. In one of the leaked images, the S Pen placement is seen on the bottom panel of the Galaxy Note 5. A Korean report contracting earlier leaks that suggested the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 would feature an eject-able S Pen, claims that the S Pen will have to be popped out from the body manually much like previous versions.

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  • Asaduddin Owaisi asks why no noose for riot accused in Gujarat

    Owaisi questioned whether those responsible for killing during riots should get death penalty

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  • A Smuggler And A Sex Worker Dream Of A Different Future #ShortFilm

    This article A Smuggler And A Sex Worker Dream Of A Different Future originally appeared on Viddsee BUZZ. Two Chinese nationals find themselves fighting for their dreams in Singapore. Lured by work opportunities they left their small-towns to join others

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