• Solar scam: Saritha’s Story

    On that brief summer day 22 years ago though, everything seemed to be working out for Saritha. Saritha says a heart attack killed him. Following his death, Saritha told The Sunday Express, her mother Indira took tuitions for schoolchildren and worked as an accountant at a private finance firm to meet the expenses of the family, including Saritha and her younger sister.

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  • 7 Hypothesis Surrounding Anushka Sharma And Virat Kohli's Split!

    You need to read these conspiracy theories and stories surrounding Anushka Sharma – Virat Kohli breakup After Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, it seems breakup is in the air. Following a possible split of Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan, the buzz is that Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are no longer together. Many online portals reported how the two have split and everybody seem to be speculating things – From how they both have no time for each other to how they might have fallen apart due to differences over marriage. Here we share 5 such conspiracy theories surrounding around Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s alleged breakup Virat’s Heartbreak Selfie on Instagram The rumours started when Virat

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi pulls Aarav’s ears, dad Akshay Kumar calls it a proud moment

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi was at the International Fleet Review 2016 (IFR 2016) which took off the Visakhapatnam coast on February 6. Also present at the event was Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna's son Aarav Bhatia. In a picture posted by Akshay on Twitter we see PM Narendra Modi pulling Aarav's ear.

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  • Ranbir Kapoor-Katrina Kaif Break-Up: Who Said I Broke Up?

    Tabu and Katrina Kaif, both, were invited for an interview in a leading news channel, their friendship and understanding was clearly visible and both were in a happy and fun mood throughout the interview.

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  • Ranveer Singh’s Sweetest Words For Deepika Padukone While Accepting Award

    Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone never hesitate in showing there love and affection for one another but they never accept or deny their relation. Recently, Mastani Deepika Padukone was awarded “Woman of the Year” by the Femina Beauty Award and unfortunately she couldn’t be part of this prestigious ceremony but nevertheless her Bajirao Ranveer Singh was all there for her, on her behalf. As he got up to accept Deepika‘s award audiences ended up laughing as everyone knows about Ranveer‘s possessiveness towards Deepika (who won’t be ??) But ignoring that reaction, fun-loving Ranveer accepted her award and he said “To be honest, Woman of the Year – I’m really, really, really proud of her.

    Business of Cinema
  • Singer Sonu Nigam reacts strongly against Jet Airways suspending its cabin crew

    Hours after Jet Airways suspended its cabin crew for allowing popular singer Sonu Nigam take over the in-flight announcement system during a flight, the latter called it an 'act of intolerance.'

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  • IPL 2016 Auction: Complete list of sold players

    Kevin Pietersen sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for Rs. 3.5 crores

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  • Farhan visits Adhuna’s salon

    The actor still depends on her staff for his hairstyling

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  • Auto Expo 2016: Five production-ready vehicles that created most buzz

    The ongoing 13th edition of the Auto Expo has been subject to praise and criticism alike. While showgoers and digital users have said that the expo doesn't have much to excite in terms of flashy concepts, edgy design studies etc, the fact is, this year’s Auto Expo has been more about sensible production-ready models, and not quite as much about radical looking displays that make one’s jaw drop to the floor as one would've desired. Another crucial thing to note — if you go around the expo and notice carefully — is the idea of ‘Make in India’ being embraced by a lot of automotive players.

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  • As Big Oil shrinks, boards plot different paths out of crisis

    LONDON/HOUSTON (Reuters) - As oil and gas companies cut ever-deeper into the bone to weather their worst downturn in decades, boards have adopted contrasting strategies to lead them out of the crisis. Crude prices have tumbled around 70 percent over the past 18 months to around $35 a barrel, leading to five of the world's top oil companies reporting sharp declines in profits in recent days. American firms Chevron ConocoPhillips and Hess Corp are withdrawing from more costly deepwater projects to focus on shale oil fields on their home turf, for example.

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  • Night shift- Seaface solution: Answer to all your pains is at his fingertips

    The soft clink of glass touching glass as he walks by, audible above the lapping waves, traffic and seaside chatter, is the only way to pick him apart from the average stroller at Worli Seaface. For over two years now, Paaji Chauhan has been patrolling the stretch of promenade between Haji Ali mosque and the southern end of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, clinking away and providing some relaxation to harried Mumbaikars who gather at the seaside after sundown. Leaving his home in Mahim after 8 pm, Chauhan, in is his mid-forties, stays in Worli till 4 in the morning.

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  • Without money, struggled for food: Paytm founder

    Gurgaon, Feb 6 (IANS) Vijay Shanker Sharma, founder of mobile wallet brand Paytm, on Saturday said that after getting an engineering degree, he had a hard time finding a job and struggled for food due to lack of money. After receiving an honorary doctorate degree from Amity University Gurgaon, Sharma said he faced many troubles during his studies and after completing his engineering but never gave up. Sharma said his parents tried to force him to get married.

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  • India squad for Asia Cup T20 2016: Perfect practice ahead of ICC World T20 2016

    India announced their squads for Asia Cup T20 2016 and ICC World T20 2016 on Friday. Mohammed Shami made a comeback to the side, while Ajinkya Rahane kept his spot. Manish Pandey did not find a place in the team, while Pawan Negi made a surprise appearance. Umesh Yadav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar were notable names to miss out as well.

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  • Aamir Khan becomes only Bollywood Khan sans endorsement

    New Delhi, Feb 6 (ANI): From being the most expensive celebrity endorser in the country last April, Aamir Khan is now among the Bollywood celebrities with no endorsement deals in his kitty. Probably the only 'Khan' in Bollywood not promoting any brand right now, Aamir was at a time charging anywhere between Rs 5-7 crores a day. "Khan and his team are in discussion with some brands and an announcement will happen when something concrete comes out," said one of them.

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  • Kerala solar scam: Made 1,000 calls to Chandy aide, says Saritha to panel

    Solar panel scam accused Saritha S Nair Friday told the judicial commission probing the case that she made about 1,000 phone calls to Tenni Joppen, a former aide of Kerala CM Oommen Chandy, and around 130 calls to the CM’s official residence in one year. Nair claimed she made 127 calls to Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala’s personal assistant P A Pradosh and met Chennithala to discuss erecting solar lighting solutions in his constituency. The association, she said, had promised to pass a resolution urging the government to install solar panels at all police stations in the state.

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  • See how many with master’s degree apply for clerk’s job…That’s what colleges are creating: S Ramadorai

    Anil Sasi: How difficult is the skilling challenge in the country when there are absolutely no standards at all? Is having a centralised standardisation of what skills mean and what the levels are perhaps the first thing to start off with?

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  • Have you tried Calicut’s ‘forest-style’ Veerappan Chicken yet?

    Adaminde Chaya Kada began life as a pop-up, in Kozhikode, about a year ago, and it has since then been a regular and popular presence in food festivals in several cities across the state. The names behind the dishes are no marketing gimmick, says the upcoming restaurants’ eponymous owner Aneez Adam, but, rather, it is a means to draw people’s attention towards the culinary heritage of Kerala’s Malabar region.

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  • Cricket: Snake that! Steyn faces down Black Mamba

    Johannesburg, Feb 6, 2016 (AFP) - When one of the world's most feared fast bowlers came face to face with one of the planet's deadliest snakes, there was only one winner and South Africa's Dale Steyn was happy to concede defeat.

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  • IPL 2016: How the eight teams stack up

    The 2016 Indian Premier League auction started full of possibilities for 351 players. Eventually, 94 were picked up by the eight franchises, with Rs 136 crore spent. Some were surprising picks, some went for surprising prices, and some, surprisingly, went unsold – in other words, it was business as usual. At the end of it, each of the eight franchises ended up spending at least Rs 50 crore, though none touched the Rs 66-crore limit. Kings XI Punjab spent the least, only Rs 53.55 crore, while Mumbai Indians – predictably – were the most lavish, splurging Rs 64.695 crore. Delhi ended with the largest squad size, hitting the limit of 27 and nine overseas players. Royal Challengers Bangalore and

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  • Deoband bypoll: If I get elected, they will feel our terror, says BJP leader Rampal Singh

    When Muzaffarnagar faced riots in 2013, neighbouring Deoband, another Muslim-dominated area with the seat of Dar-ul-Uloom seminary, remained quiet. Deoband does not see communal clashes, but BJP believes the February 13 by-election here is a fight “between Hindus and Muslims". The party candidate, former RSS pracharak Rampal Singh Pundhir, asserts his agenda: restoration of Hindu pride.

    The Indian Express