• Vivek Oberoi’s brother is Deepika’s runaway date - Mumbai Mirror -

    Vivek Oberoi's younger brother Akshay has an impressive line-up of five films this year. In less than a month's time he will be going on a date with a somewhat distracted Deepika Padukone in the Amitabh Bachchan-Irrfan Khan drama Piku. "But all through dinner, all she does is talk about her father, Amitabh Bachchan's ailments and that's the end of our relationship and my cameo," Akshay laughs. He will then be seen romancing Aditi Rao Hydari in Fitoor.

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  • AbRam plays with mom Gauri Khan in Goa | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Shah Rukh Khan is naturally possessive of his baby boy AbRam. Little AbRam doesn’t have a lot of candid pictures with his mommy Gauri Khan. While Gauri and SRK were chilling out with their friends, AbRam had a little fun of his own.

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  • Snapped: Shahid Kapoor’s Look From The Sets Of Udta Punjab

    Shahid Kapoor’s Udta Punjab look is no more a secret. The story that is based on drug trafficking is shot in Punjab, where the role of the characters is quiet tough. Shahid will be seen romancing with Highway actress Alia Bhatt.

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  • Xiaomi Mi 4 gets a price cut in India - The Times of India

    Chinese device maker Xiaomi has announced a price cut for its Mi 4 smartphone.

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  • Kunal Kapoor and Naina Bachchan's big, fat Bollywood wedding - The Economic Times

    The glamorous set hobnobbed with Delhi's power elite last weekend at a lavish reception, organised for Naina Bachchan's marriage to Kunal Kapoor.

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  • Sourav Ganguly in right place at right time - The Times of India

    Ganguly has reportedly told Jagmohan Dalmiya that he is interested in stepping into the shoes of Duncan Fletcher whose term ended with the 2015 World Cup.

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  • The very first Maruti 800 is now an abandoned, rusting car

    India’s first Maruti 800 car, which gave its owner Harpal Singh and his wife Gulshanbeer Kaur a celebrity status, is dying a slow death outside the couple’s Green Park residence in Delhi with nobody to take care of it after they passed away. The car, whose keys were handed to Harpal Singh by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on December 14, 1983, has not been used for one-and-a-half-years. It now has the hallmarks of an abandoned car: rusting with weed growing around it.

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  • If You Want To Love Yourself, Don’t Say These 10 Things

    There’s always going to be a day when you’re a little down on yourself. Maybe things didn’t go well for you at work, or you’re not feeling your best, or life just isn’t going your way. And trust me — I know how much that sucks. When this happens, don

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  • The only male northern white rhino left in the entire world is under 24-hour protection by armed guards

    There's a chance, however, that a northern white rhino could mate with a southern white rhino, the only rhino species not on the endangered list. Poaching and habitat loss seriously threaten the rhino population. In 2013, 1,004 rhinos were poached in South Africa.

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  • Jayalalithaa Case Classic Example of Wrong in Criminal Justice System

    NEW DELHI: AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa's DA case spanning for 15 years was "a classic illustration of what is wrong with our criminal justice delivery system," and "something drastic" has to be done to remedy it, the Supreme Court said today. "It is the criminal justice delivery system that comes out the loser," Justice Madan B Lokur said while referring to the chequered history of the case in which it was alleged that high-profile accused persons used power and influence to manipulate and subvert the criminal justice system. The remarks were made by him in his judgement while dealing with petition of DMK leader K Anbazhagan seeking removal of Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) Bhavani Singh before Karnataka High Court which is seized with the appeal of Jayalalithaa against her conviction and four year sentence and Rs 100 crore fine.

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  • Formula 1: Chinese hostess sprayed in the face with champagne by Lewis Hamilton | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    A Chinese Grand Prix podium hostess who had champagne sprayed in her face by race winner Lewis Hamilton has played down the incident after the Formula One world champion was accused of sexist bullying. "I think some foreign media are more sensitive about the topic than local media, I was just told by my employer to stand on the podium, and that's what I did." she added.

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  • The strongest BRIC is starting to crumble

    Weak domestic and external demand, depressed industrial production, and stubbornly low inflation have some analysts worried. While Morgan Stanley analysts predict a rise in urban consumption and capital expenditure due to "government policy efforts to improve business environment and fast-track the decision-making process," it's pretty likely that Reserve Bank of India governor Rajan will be cutting rates again soon.

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  • Shah Rukh Khan spends time with AbRam on a beach in Goa

    A picture of doting dad Shah Rukh Khan with the tiny tot has been making the rounds. In the picture, both Shah Rukh Khan and AbRam can be seen sitting on the sandy beach, as SRK looks lovingly at his youngest son. AbRam looks adorable in a tee shirt and shorts with sneakers as he examines something he picked up in the sand. Shah Rukh Khan, Gauri and AbRam were in Goa for the opening of Sachiin Joshi’s resort, Planet Hollywood.

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  • 8 Sinful Habits That Are Stopping You From Losing Weight

    We all love to have a perfectly-toned body, but not all of us are blessed with one! And, that is what makes us follow a strict diet plan or a rigorous workout session regularly. But, what if even following all these things religiously does not work?

  • Ghar aaya mera pardesi: Here's Amul take on Rahul Gandhi's return - Firstpost

    Ghar aaya mera pardesi: Here's Amul take on Rahul Gandhi return

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  • 'PM Modi will change India forever': British Columbia Premier

    Vancouver, Apr. 17 (ANI): British Columbia Premier Christy Clark on Thursday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts of supporting entrepreneurship, stating that the latter will change India 'forever'. Indian government have over the years helped their citizens... Prime Minister Modi is going to change India forever, and India when it changes is going to change the world," Clark told ANI.

  • Bangalore-Mysore corridor Phase I almost complete: NICE

    Ashok Kheny, MD, Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprise says the company’s project to develop 111 km of expressway connecting Bangalore to Mysore is close to its Phase I completion. Of 62 kms, the company has made 56 kms and is waiting to acquire land for the same. Furthermore, Kheny says the company’s board is considering a reverse merger of NICE with BF Utility, that owns 74 percent stake. Below is the edited transcript of Murali Ashok Kheny's interview with Latha Venkatesh and Sonia Shenoy on CNBC-TV18.

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  • 12 Celebrities Caught Being Anti-Semitic


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  • Al Jazeera Banned for Five Days; Action Against Several Other Channels

    NEW DELHI: The government has ordered the English news channel Al Jazeera to be taken off air for five days for repeatedly showing wrong map of India, where parts of Kashmir were shown in Pakistan, and even Lakshdweep Andamans Islands were omitted in case news bulletins. While another Gujarat based channel Satlon News TV channel has been asked to go off air for thirty days with effect from April 15 for showing a news item which showed nude visuals of a tv actor. In case of Al Jazeera, the inter ministerial committee that looks into the complaints against channels,  said  the channel has committed “cartographic aggression”  and , recommended to the Information and Broadcasting ministry that the channel deserves to be given a “deterrent punishment for their misdemeanour”.

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  • Delhi airport pervert arrested for harassment

    NEW DELHI: Delhi Police arrested the immigration officer who was suspended for verbally harassing a woman passenger who took a flight to Hong Kong on March 18 from Delhi. On March 31, an FIR was registered against immigration officer Vinod Kumar, who asked the woman passenger several uncomfortable personal questions. Speaking to Times Now, the woman, a homemaker whose identity was not revealed, claimed that immigration officer Vinod Kumar harassed her by asking several uncomfortable personal questions.

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  • Hillary's Flawless Chipotle Choice: How Campaign Meals Can Make or Break a Politician's Image - NDTV Food

    Hillary Clinton’s visit to Chipotle was a masterly move. Ed ‘bacon sandwich of doom’ Miliband could learn a lot. It was a lesson in how to do food if you’re a politician: queue for it yourself, order something delicious but not deep-fried and avoid unflattering or ridiculous photographs as you devour it. British politicians have a lot to learn from Hillary Clinton’s flawless trip to Chipotle for a chicken burrito bowl.

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