• Rakul Preet Singh Has the Potential to Become B Town’s Next Headturner, Feels Ganesha

    Rakul Preet Singh – one of Southern Film Industry's most popular actresses, has been going quite steady. But, will she be able to make it big in Bollywood also? Find out!

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  • OMG! Navjot Singh Sidhu to Quit the Kapil Sharma Show!

    Navjot Singh Sidhu will be quitting the Kapil Sharma Show soon!

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  • File FIR against Amit Shah, Daya Shankar Singh, court tells police

    Patna: A Bihar court on Friday ordered the filing of an FIR against BJP president Amit Shah and suspended party leader Daya Shankar Singh, who had made derogatory remarks against Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati. The Chief Judicial Magistrate in Hajipur, the district headquarters of Vaishali, has ordered the police to lodge a case against Shah and Singh. The court’s order was in response to a petition filed by a Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Balinder Das, who filed a petition in the CJM court, seeking an order to file an FIR against Shah and Singh in connection with derogatory remarks made by Singh against Mayawati. “I have approached the court as BJP leaders have hurt millions of

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  • Tamil Nadu, not Goa is most popular tourist destination in India for foreigners

    Contrary to popular opinion, neither Goa, nor Kerala or even Jammu and Kashmir is the most popular tourist destination in India for foreign travellers. India's most popular state with foreign tourists is Tamil Nadu. According to data published by India's Ministry of Tourism, Tamil Nadu contributed almost 20 percent of the total foreign visits to India in 2015. The state remains popular despite the tragic floods the state endured in 2015. Last year, India saw 23 million foreign visitors, as compared to 22 million in 2014 and registered a growth of 4.4 percent. The most frequented states (number of visits in millions) were Tamil Nadu (4.68), Maharashtra (4.41), Uttar Pradesh (3.1), Delhi (2.38),

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  • Rajinikanth's 'Kabali' magic mesmerises Mumbai

    Mumbai, July 22 (IANS) South Indian mega-star Rajinikanth's latest release "Kabali" hit Mumbai with thousands of fans celebrating at the Aurora Theatre in King's Circle and other parts of Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai on Friday. The atmosphere inside the cinema hall is electrifying," grinned Nambi Rajan, the owner of Aurora Theatre, which created history by hosting six full-house shows of "Kabali" starting 6 a.m. today.

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  • 6 celebrity homes that have been for sale for over a year

    It’s supposed to be a seller’s market, but some celebrity homes have been on the market for years now.

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  • India gang rape victim: 'I want justice'

    There has been international outrage after a woman in India was allegedly gang-raped twice within three years by the same group of men. The woman is from a poor low-caste Dalit (formerly known as untouchable) family. There have been protests and three of the accused have appeared in court. The victim spoke to BBC Hindi reporter Salman Ravi and said she wanted justice.

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  • Obama administration taken aback by Pakistan permitting Hafiz Saeed's anti-India rally

    Washington, July 22 (ANI): The U.S. administration has taken serious note of Pakistan permitting Jama'at-ud-Da'wah leader Hafiz Saeed, a terrorist wanted by the United States and with a bounty of USD 10 million on his head for information leading to his arrest and conviction for involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks of 2008, to openly lead an anti-India rally of his supporters from Lahore to Islamabad on July 19. Saeed led a Pakistan government call to observe July 19 as a "Black Day", apparently to draw attention to the "burning issue of Kashmir ". The Obama Administration has been taken aback by this event, as it clearly established a link between the Pakistan government and Hafiz Saeed who is on America's most wanted list.

    ANI
  • Google Earth Shows Everything: Bhagwant Mann defends Parliament Video

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Bhagwant Mann gave a bizarre defence on Friday over the video he shot while entering Parliament complex saying it does not show anything new. "Even Google Earth shows the way to reach Parliament on its website". Climbing down on his stand, Mann did not live streamed the video while entering Parliament on Friday. He also said his only intention was to tell the procedure of what happens during the zero hour. "I've done nothing to risk the security of Parliament. During zero hour, discussion topics are decided through lucky draw which is unfair. I only wanted to educate and inform people about that," Mann said. Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan met Mann and expressed

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  • Indian Air Force plane with 29 on board missing in Bay of Bengal

    By Sanjeev Miglani and Euan Rocha NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - An Indian Air Force plane carrying 29 people went missing on Friday on a flight to a remote island chain in the Bay of Bengal, the Defence Ministry said. The Russian-made AN-32 was on its way to Port Blair, the capital of Andaman and Nicobar islands, from Chennai when it disappeared from radar. Military officials said the weather had been rough in the Bay of Bengal for the last two days during the monsoon season.

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  • 4 costly mistakes parents make during back-to-school shopping

    Avoiding these traps can help you save hundreds.

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  • No demolition, Supreme Court asks Centre to 'secure' Adarsh apartments

    The scam-tainted 31-storey Adarsh apartments in Mumbai's posh Colaba locality will not be demolished. The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Centre to take over the apartments, built for Kargil war heroes and war widows, within a week's time. Appearing before a bench headed by justice J Chelameshwar, solicitor general Ranjit Kumar, on behalf of the Centre, assured the court that there won't be any coercive action against the building. "We will secure the building and the land and there will be no demolition," he assured the bench, which also issued notices on a batch of pleas, filed against the High Court order by the housing society and some allottees. "There shall be no interim order... except

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  • Controversies may not leave SRK alone; Raees may give viewers a memorable movie experience!

    Shah Rukh Khan – the King of Bollywood now seems to have landed up sensitive spot due to various controversies in the recent past. But two of his big films will be releasing this year. Find out the destiny's designs for SRK in 2016.

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  • Hyundai Creta S+ diesel AT variant priced at Rs 13.56 lakh

    Hyundai is now offering a lower variant of the Creta diesel AT. This is the  S+ variant and it is priced at Rs 13.56 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and Rs 1.06 lakh lesser than the top-of-the-line SX+ diesel AT variant. The model was made live on Hyundai’s official website two months ago but without pricing.

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  • The ‘Joint Operation’ by Mars-Saturn-Rahu-Ketu before Sep ’16 will create more troubles for Sonia

    The Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi and her political career have never been free of controversies. But the gritty leader has remained unaffected by all the troubles and still continues to reign supreme in the grand old party. Let's get to know how things may shape up for her in the near future.

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  • Why airlines are horses and India continues to have ghost airports

    New Delhi: Two statements in Parliament this week about airport infrastructure show why India remains a country of ghost airports and patchy air connectivity. We have close to 400 airports across the country which are un-served - they do not handle even a single flight. But we also lack airport infrastructure at several places where demand actually exists. In the first statement, Civil Aviation Minister A Gajapathi Raju laid the blame at the airlines' door and compared them to horses who can be taken near the water but cannot be made to drink it. According to him, airlines not mounting flights to many existing airports is the biggest reason for patchy air connectivity in India. The second statement

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  • Expelled BJP leader's wife thanks media for taking her stand

    Lucknow, July 22 (ANI): Swati Singh, the wife of expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh, today thanked the media for supporting her. Stating that she had nobody's support till yesterday, Swati showered praise on the media for a commoner like her because of which she could lodge a complaint. "The media has played a very important role because of which I am standing here and have come here to complain," Swati told the media here.

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  • Over-the-Top Superyacht Concept Would Cost Half a Billion Dollars to Build

    Conceived by Italian designer Gabriele Teruzzi, the 492-foot beauty is unlike any other yacht that has been envisioned. The suite’s private 1,130-square-foot terrace offers a bar, a dining area, and an infinity pool with a glass wall for optimal ocean views. Closer to the waterline, a second infinity pool on the upper deck features a waterfall that falls into a pool on the main aft deck below.

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  • Kia Motors expected to pick site for first India plant next month - sources

    SEOUL/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - South Korea's Kia Motors Corp is expected to pick a site next month for its first factory in India, stepping up plans to start making cars in one of the world's fast-growing auto markets, two people familiar with the matter said. The move would enable Kia to leverage the existing supplier base of its affiliate Hyundai Motor Co, India's second-biggest automaker by sales. The proposed factory would start production in 2019 and eventually have capacity to make 300,000 Kia vehicles a year, one of the people told Reuters - a major bet for a firm that sold 3.05 million vehicles last year.

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  • London transport 'not good enough' as heatwave costs capital millions of pounds

    London's transport bosses came under pressure on 20 July as the UK heatwave brought chaos to train travel across the capital. Experts have now branded the London travel network as "not resilient enough" and warned that the transport chaos would cost the capital millions of pounds. Several Southern Rail and South West Train services were also disrupted as speed restrictions were put in place due to the high temperatures.

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