• It’s Official: Shahid Kapoor Confirms December Wedding!

    Recently at an award show in Mumbai, Shahid was asked how far were the rumours true and if he really was engaged to Mira Rajput, to which the actor said that the rumours are true but he isn’t engaged to her yet. “No, I am not engaged but what you are reading is kind of true as marriage is on the cards at the end of the year,” Shahid confirmed. Haider actor Shahid was asked to give some details about the beautiful soon-to-be-bride, Mira Rajput and his relationship and how it all began, the actor refrained from giving any insights and politely asked the media to respect his privacy.

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  • Fatal Tragedy On Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh’s Bajirao Mastani Sets

    According to the latest reports, a fatal accident has occurred on the sets of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani. The accident led to the death of a horse that was brought to Rajasthan for the shooting of a fighting sequence. Sources close to the film claimed that the horse was already unwell and died due to natural reasons.

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  • 5 reasons India lost the ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final against Australia

    India collapsed to a 95-run defeat at the hands of Australia, with a variety of errors being made by India.

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  • Sachin Tendulkar's Wax Statue Moved Out of Sydney Tussauds

    Sydney: Two years ago, India batting legend Sachin Tendulkar's wax statue was installed at the Madame Tussauds here amidst huge fanfare. In fact, the jersey put on the statute was of a ICC World T20 tournament which Sachin had never played in and so mid-day had brought this to the notice of the museum authorities, who had given an assurance that the change would be made. The authorities had even announced that Sachin's statue would be a permanent fixture.

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  • What happens to Victoria's Secret underwear after you return it

    (Getty Images)Victoria's Secret is the top underwear seller in the world.  The company controls a whopping 35% of the lingerie market — a remarkable feat for a specialty retail brand.   A Victoria's Secret manager did a Reddit Ask Me Anything about what

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  • Trolled! Omar Abdullah takes down Ram Gopal Varma after he tweets he's happy India lost - Firstpost

    The entire country was sad when Team India's brilliant run of seven consecutive wins in the 2015 World Cup came to an end in the semi-final match against Australia. In a series of scathing tweets, Varma not only expressed his 'happiness' due to India's defeat and his hatred of cricket but also went to the extent of saying that Indians suffered from a disease called 'cricketitis'.

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  • Katrina Kaif's Tropicana Slice Alphonso commercial with Aditya Roy Kapur

    Katrina Kaif’ new Tropicana Slice Alphonso commercial, also featuring Aditya Roy Kapur is out. Tropicana’s fruit expertise and Slice’s taste perfection come together to present a delightful mango drink – which is available for purchase online on Amazon.in! The seductive television commercial gives you a chance to taste the goodness of hand-picked Alphonso mangoes, which is available in 600ml bottles priced at Rs 50.

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  • Woman passenger allegedly harassed by immigration officer at Delhi airport

    Bangalore, Mar. 27 (ANI): A passenger travelling from Bangalore to Hong Kong via New Delhi has alleged that she was harassed by an immigration officer at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the national capital. The incident took place on March 18, when the victim went to the immigration office to get her passport cleared for her travel to Hong Kong. "On March 18, I was travelling from Bangalore to Delhi and then from Delhi to Hong Kong.

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  • Bollywood Celebs Bat For Anushka Sharma After India?s Defeat In Semi-Finals

    Ever since India lost to Australia in the World Cup semi-finals, jokes targeting Virat Kohli’s girlfriend Anushka Sharma have been going viral and it seems that this has not gone down well with Bollywood celebs, who took to Twitter to stand by her and lambast all those blaming Sharma for India’s loss. Madhur Bhandarkar: ''The venom with which Anushka Sharma is being targeted after India's defeat is not only shocking but also disgusting.

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  • Salman Khan Hit And Run Case: I Wasn’t Driving

    Salman Khan on giving his statement on 2002 hit and run case said that he wasn’t driving the car, which rammed over people, killing one person and injuring four. Salman Khan also denied that the night of the accident he wasn’t driving his SUV car nor he was in a drunken state on September 28, 2002. Responding to one of the witnesses, Salman Khan denied one more charge put on him.

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  • Sunny Deol is bigger crowd-puller than George Clooney: Dan Bradley

    Dan Bradley, who has choreographed action sequences for big-ticket Hollywood films such as Independence Day (1996), the Bourne series and Quantum Of Solace (2008), is one of the best-known names in the industry. Having been to India a few years ago to shoot for Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol (2011) with Tom Cruise, he’s back, and this time, it’s for a Bollywood film. Bradley, who prefers to be called a ‘second unit director’ as opposed to a ‘stunt director’, says that his shoot with Sunny Deol for the Ghayal (1990) sequel has attracted a lot more attention than when he has shot with top international stars. "I’ve worked with people like Matt Damon and Brad Pitt, and they do draw curiosity, but when I shoot with them on the streets of New York (USA), no one cares.

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  • What Jeff Bezos did when this new Amazon employee made a huge mistake

    Not long after Shouraboura joined the company in 2004, she made a huge mistake. "I was trying to figure out how I would save the situation," she told Business Insider. "I brought the model to Jeff Bezos and the S Team, and they basically told me that I was being an idiot," she says.

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  • Customers reveal why they stopped going to McDonald's, Chipotle, and Starbucks

    (Reuters)Those on a diet don't want McDonald's.A new report by Morgan Stanley reveals the biggest weaknesses of major restaurant chains.  The bank polled customers on the reasons they would frequent the establishments less often.  People were mostly

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  • Meet the sexy new Jaguar XF sedan – that drove across a high wire in London!

    Last year, the British luxury car maker created a full-blown musical to introduce the Jaguar XE compact sedan. Before that, Land Rover rented out the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier and conducted a laser light extravaganza to introduce the Land Rover Discovery Concept. Now, to debut its second generation XF, Jaguar sent the sexy luxury sedan across a pair of 787 ft.- long highwires over the waters of the Royal Docks in London's Canary Wharf – setting the world record for driving a car on a wire.

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  • Khushbu Sundar is new spokesperson of Congress - The Economic Times

    CHENNAI: The appointment of actor-turned politician Khushbu Sundar as the national spokesperson of the Congress party on Tuesday may have raised some eyebrows in Tamil Nadu, but the state is in for more surprises in this department. The ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu is looking to announce names of official spokespersons for the party. Sources aware of the development told ET that a list with the names of probable official spokespersons is already being vetted by AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa and she will release the final list of names soon. Three of the names in the list that is being scrutinised include K Pandiarajan, Nanjil Sampath and Avadi Kumar, the source said.

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  • Germanwings disaster: Why a pilot crashing an airplane may be tougher in India - Firstpost

    With European investigators as well as Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings, acknowledging that the Germanwings Airbus A320 that slammed two days ago into the French Alps, killing 150, was most likely deliberately crashed by 28-year co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, questions are sure to arise on what can be done to prevent such a scenario from ever occurring again.

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  • Bullet trains would transform India - just give it 50 years

    Narendra Modi was elected by a landslide last May having talked a fine game about creating a modern country in keeping with its size and ambition. Earlier this month, his Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu suggested that each kilometre of the necessary high-speed track would cost around £14 million – a sum that smacked of reality being introduced to a blueprint made of stardust. Nonetheless, India is gently shuffling towards a radical rail overhaul. Last July, an experimental version of this compromise covered the 140 miles between New Delhi and Agra at 100mph.

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  • Instagram removes photo of fully-clothed menstruating woman - The Times of India

    Rupi Kaur, a spoken word poet based in Ontario, has taken to social media to protest against Instagram for taking down an image from her account.

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  • WHAT CAN WE DO TO REDUCE ‘RAPES’IN INDIA ? Blog by Athi Sreenivasa Sundar

      The growing incidence of sexual crimes in India has become a matter of serious concern to every one living in the country as well as the tourists visiting India. Every day news-papers carry sordid tales of sexual assaults on women which makes a disturbed reading. More disturbing is the news about sexual assaults  on little innocent children. Government has tried out whatever they can think of like increased punishment, summary justice,CCTV surveillance etc.But they have proved to be of little help as the potential rapist is not scared of even capital punishment while committing the crime.

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  • Autobiography of a Security Camera in an Indian Store in US

    Read the autobiography of a security camera who come from a small town factory in the US & have been living in Patel Indian Grocery store since then! Well I sometimes get inspired by what I see and I can’t help it as the Desi (Indian) uncle in this Patel grocery store watches these movies while waiting for customers, in a corner that has been allocated to run his DVD rentals and Indian jewelry section in Mr. Patel’s shop.

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