• KJo opens up about his two-year-battle with clinical depression

    New Delhi [India], Sept. 26 (ANI): After Deepika Padukone, Bollywood's one of the most talked-about person Karan Johar spoke up about the years of clinical depression he went through. In a recent interview with Barkha Dutt for NDTV, the 44-year-old filmmaker revealed about the issues he went through until quite recently. While speaking about how he got to know about his clinical depression, KJo said, "I have read people speaking openly about their depression.

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  • India simply cannot afford to scrap the Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan

    The 1960 World Bank-mediated Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan is considered one of the great success stories of water diplomacy, especially as it has survived the India-Pakistan wars of 1965, 1971, 1999, and much bad blood during and after the wars. Tension between the two countries is again at a peak following a…

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  • Nitara makes her dad Akshay Kumar a crocodile on her 4th birthday!

    Akshay Kumar recently went for a much-need family vacation to Maldives with wife Twinkle Khanna and kids Aarav and Nitara. Twinkle Instagrammed a cute picture of Nitara holding onto her dad’s shoulders as if he was a crocodile while swimming in the pool. Her caption reads, “Nitara makes Daddy a crocodile on her birthday #happy4th”.

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  • Krushna Abhishek: I Want To Get Kapil Sharma On My Show And ROAST Him

    The stand-up comedian is 'confession personified' when grilled on the current state of his show

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  • Glad PM Modi did not declare war on Pak, taunts Congress

    New Delhi [India], Sept. 25 (ANI): Asserting that India's diplomatic effort to isolate Pakistan in international forums has failed miserably, Congress veteran Mani Shankar Aiyar on Sunday said he was glad that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not wage war against the Asian neighbour. "I am glad that Prime Minister Modi did not make any statements on declaring war and am equally glad that he did not make any statement to rile the people's sentiments," he said. "We are failing miserably in our diplomatic efforts to isolate Pakistan in international forum," he added.

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  • All Pakistani artists have left Mumbai, will hunt down whoever is still left: MNS

    Mumbai [India], Sept. 25 (ANI): Asserting that all Pakistani artists have left Mumbai following their 48-hour ultimatum, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) on Sunday continued to stay firm on their stand that no artist from the neighbouring nation will be allowed to work in Mumbai, adding that if anyone is still "hiding" in the city, they will be hunted down. Speaking to the media here, MNS leader Amey Khopkar, chief of the MNS's cinema workers' unit Chitrapat Karamchari Sena confirmed that all Pakistani artists have left the city.

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  • Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu inaugurates six major Railway projects

    Kottayam (Kerala) [India], Sept. 26 (ANI): Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today inaugurated six major Railway projects in Kerala including the dedication of the newly-built 9.6-km long Tiruvalla-Chengannur double line which would ease the heavy rail traffic congestion in the Ernakulam-Kottayam-Kayamkulam section.

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  • Apollo Hospital slams rumours of 'Jayalalithaa being taken abroad', says she is recovering

    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], Sept. 25 (ANI): Rejecting "rumours and conjectures" circulated in the social media about Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa's health condition that "she would be taken abroad for treatment", Apollo Hospital at Greams road here on Sunday said these are "totally false and baseless", while adding that "there is no question of taking her abroad for treatment, as there is no necessity at all for this". "The Chief Minister is responding well to the treatment and continues to get better. The hospital further said, when the Chief Minister was admitted in the late hours of September 22 she had fever and dehydration.

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  • I am in India for spiritual reasons: M.I.A

    British artiste M.I.A is well known for her music — songs like ‘Sunshowers’, ‘Galang’ and ‘Born free’, among others, are big hits especially in the UK and Canada. She has also made headlines globally for the socio-political nature of her music videos. Most recently, she shot one for her latest album — A.I.M. — in India. Originally from Sri Lanka, MIA moved to England owing to the political climate in her country. Here, she tells us what she loves about India, and how she would like to tell Indian stories through her music videos. Have the challenges you faced influenced your work? Everybody in my family went through the same experiences that I did when I was young. Now, it’s just about capitalism.

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  • Tanay Malhara dances his way to victory in 'Dance+ Season 2'

    Mumbai, Sep 25 (IANS) Maharashtra-based Tanay Malhara, 14, on Sunday night emerged as the winner of the dance reality TV show "Dance+ Season 2". Choreographer-director Remo D'Souza, who was the super judge of the Star Plus show, along with captains Shakti Mohan, Dharmesh Yelande and Punit J Pathak announced his name as the winner of the second season of the show. Along with the trophy, Malhara, who hails from Jalgaon, walked away with Rs 25 lakh and a car.

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  • 7 websites North Korea didn’t want you to see

    North Koreans, they’re just like us. They use the internet to connect with friends, book travel and, of course, to heap glorious praise upon their supreme leader. Thing is, they have only 28 sites to choose ...

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  • Hillary Likely To Struggle Despite Supportive Stars; Ganesha Also Foresees Fluctuating Fortunes

    With the D-Day for the US presidential election 2016 getting nearer, Ganesha takes a look at Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's prospects.

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  • Rich Pakistanis Love London, New York, And Dubai More Than Karachi

    Pakistan’s rich love London, New York, and Dubai more than Karachi -- when it comes to investing and partying with their money, that is. That’s according to the former director of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for Pakistan, Marc-André Franche.   “You cannot have an elite that takes advantage of very cheap and

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  • Eyeing Punjab, Kejriwal Meets Radha Soami Sect Chief at Beas

    Amritsar: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday met Radha Soami sect chief Gurinder Singh Dhillon at Beas in a bid to broaden Aam Aadmi Pary's base in the state where assembly polls are slated early 2017 and the sect has a considerable following. Kejriwal met Dhillon at Dera Radha Soami, also known as Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, and spent over 30 minutes with him. Kejriwal took blessings from the sect chief and discussed the political scenario of Punjab in view of the upcoming assembly elections, an AAP spokesman said. AAP Punjab convener Gurpreet Ghuggi and MP from Sangoor Bhagwant Manna also accompanied Kejriwal. The Delhi Chief Minister had come to Punjab to attend Aggarwal community

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  • Fabrics and textures key in Bottega Veneta and Blumarine Milan shows

    By Giulia Segreti MILAN (Reuters) - Fabrics and textures took centre stage in the catwalk shows of Bottega Veneta and Blumarine on Saturday, in the fourth day of Milan's fashion week. Bottega Veneta, part of the Kering group, celebrated its 50th anniversary showcasing a combined men's and women's spring/summer 17 collection. Bottega Veneta also brought back from its archives 15 bag styles to mark its half-century, including an intrecciato clutch bag used in the movie "American Gigolo".

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  • ShopClues launches 10-day 'ShopClues Diwali Sale' with Zero Cost EMI scheme

    New Delhi [India], Sep 25 (ANI): Come October and every ShopClues customer can usher in the joyous festive season with an extra dose of celebration as India's first and largest managed marketplace flags off its 'ShopClues Diwali Sale'. The 10-day promotional sale will enable ShopClues' consumers to bask in the typical Indian market-like experience and explore the extensive range of well-curated products and merchandise available on the e-commerce platform across popular categories like consumer electronics, home and kitchen and ethnic fashion. Tapping into the mass consumer-driven sales, ShopClues has launched its promotional sale by precisely gauging Indian consumer demands in semi-urban areas.

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  • Common myths about modular kitchens busted

    New Delhi, Sep 24 (IANS) Many people think modular kitchens aren't durable as the material used is of inferior quality. Neeti Macker, founder of the website The Homemakers, has listed a few myths that are common among people: * No scope for customisation: Modular kitchen companies work on the basis of international hardware and accessory sizes, and have a large variety of standard carcass sizes, a combination of which would suit most households. * Inferior quality: This is a very common misconception that modular kitchens are not durable as the material used is of inferior quality.

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  • 9 Amazon Hacks That Will Save You Money

    For many online consumers, Amazon is a one-stop shop for everything from diapers to television sets. In fact, consumers rated Amazon their favorite online store in the National Retail Federation's 2015 Favorite 50 Retailers list. There's a way for some folks to reap the benefits of Amazon Prime without having to fork over the $99 annual membership fee.

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  • Turn to tea tree oil for glowing skin

    New Delhi, Sep 25 (IANS) Adding tea tree oil in your daily regime will not only pave way for a healthier and glowing skin, but it can also help you alleviate issues like insect bites and hair problems, says an expert. Not to be confused with the unrelated common tea plant that is used to make black and green teas, tea tree oil -- also known as melaleuca oil -- is applied to the skin (used topically) for infections such as acne, fungal infections of the nail (onychomycosis), lice, scabies, athlete's foot (tinea pedis), and ringworm. It helps in opening the pores, loosening up blocked oil and dirt that cause whiteheads, blackheads, painful red breakouts and blemishes.

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  • 20 Amazing Ways Your Daily Life Will Be Different in 2030

    For more than 90 years, The Kiplinger Letter has been alerting its readers to important emerging technologies and how they will impact businesses, consumers and investors. Meat will be grown under laboratory conditions with stem cells taken from livestock.

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