• Get OnePlus phones on buyback scheme

    OnePlus has tied up with refurbishing website ReGlobe to introduce an exchange and buyback offer on old smartphones. It will offer invites for the new OnePlus 2, OnePlus X under the scheme. The offer is valid only till December 31, 2015 and customers need to register on the Reglobe site or on the OnePlus website here.

    The Indian Express
  • B-Town Review On Deepika Padukone-Ranbir Kapoor’s Tamasha

    Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor starer ‘Tamasha‘ opened to audiences on November 27, 2015. As soon as the first show was over, Deepika‘s Twitter handle witnessed a sea of appreciation tweets. Deepika‘s twitter page is filled with appreciations from Bollywood bigwigs like Karan Johar, Hrithik Roshan, Anand L Rai and Kabir Khan to name a few.

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  • India has tolerated 'misrule, corruption' for 65 years: Kirron Kher'

    New Delhi, Dec. 1 (ANI): Lashing out at the UPA regime over intolerance, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Kirron Kher on Tuesday said India had been tolerating misrule and corruption for 65 years under the regime of the grand old party. 65 years this country has tolerated misrule and corruption. Intellectuals tolerated 65 years of intolerance in India.

  • We are always together during our marriage anniversary: Mohit Malik

    TV actor Mohit Malik has been married to actress Addite since five years now. This year the loving couple celebrated their wedding anniversary in Goa's exotic beaches. "I love Goa," says Mohit "There are some positive vibes there.

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  • Vadra gets clean chit for land deals in Haryana

    Four Haryana deputy commissioners conducted inquiries into Vadra's deals after IAS officer Ashok Khemka's order.

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  • Watch: 5 made to leave movie hall for ‘not standing’ during national anthem

    A group of five people, including a child, was harassed, intimidated and forced to leave a suburban cinema hall Sunday after some moviegoers took exception to them for purportedly not standing up for the national anthem. The 2 minute, 40 second video shows a crowd encircling and harassing the family for not standing up during the national anthem. The group, comprising a man, three women and a child, was at PVR Cinemas at Phoenix MarketCity, Kurla, to watch a late night show of the film Tamasha.

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  • Dawood’s properties set to go under the hammer next week

    A sedan, an eatery on Pakmodia Street and tenancy rights to a property in Matunga, once owned by underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, will go for auction on December 9. The auction to be carried out by a private firm under the Smugglers & Foreign Exchange Manipulators (Forfeiture of Properties) Act 1976 will be the second time that some of his properties in Mumbai go under the hammer. Four more properties in Nani Daman will be auctioned too.

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  • Indrani threatened suicide to get joint ownership of flat: Peter Mukerjea

    Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, allegedly demanded joint ownership of husband Peter Mukerjea’s flat in south Mumbai’s Marlow Apartments and threatened to commit suicide to force his hand. In a statement to Mumbai Police in September, accessed by The Indian Express, Peter said Indrani blackmailed him by threatening to jump from the fourth floor if the flat’s ownership status wasn’t changed. “When I was CEO of Star TV, Indrani was running M/s.INX Services.

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  • 'We will bring back Aamir Khan if he goes out of India' - News18.com

    Days after actor Aamir Khan's 'intolerance' remarks kicked up a storm, Republican Party of India (RPI) leader Ramdas Athawale on

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  • Mumbai Police arrest 20-year-old for ‘raping’ friend from college

    The Kherwadi police on Sunday arrested a 20-year-old man for allegedly raping his friend from college and threatening to circulate nude pictures of her on social networking sites, police said. In her complaint, she said that her college friend has sexually assaulted her thrice in the last 12 days. "We arrested the accused in the early hours of Sunday and are further probing the matter,” said Sujata Pail, senior police inspector, Kherwadi police.

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  • Gold down on dollar, eyes biggest monthly fall in 2-1/2 years

    Gold edged lower on Monday, heading towards its lowest level in nearly six years as the dollar hit a multi-month high and on track for its steepest monthly slide in 2-1/2 years on prospects of a U.S. interest rate hike this year. Spot gold slipped 0.1 percent to $1,056.01 an ounce by 1053 GMT, not far off from of Friday's $1,052.46, the lowest since February 2010. The U.S. Federal Reserve holds its next policy meeting on Dec. 15-16.

  • 'Tolerant' Salim trumpets 'I have been successful in highlighting Sangh Pariwar's heinous politics'

    New Delhi, Dec. 1 (ANI): With Outlook magazine apologising for wrongly attributing Ashok Singhal's quote to Home Minister Rajnath Singh, CPI (M)'s Mohammad Salim said "what if the student didn't say it; the teacher indeed said it".

  • Javed Miandad warns PCB to be wary of BCCI’s commitments

    Karachi: Former Pakistan captain and batting great, Javed Miandad believes that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) should tread carefully while dealing with the Indian cricket board (BCCI) over the planned bilateral series in December. “I would advise them to be very careful as the Indian board can’t be trusted to keep their commitments,” Miandad told PTI.

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  • Cricket-South Africa hope Delhi test will last more than three days

    By Amlan Chakraborty NEW DELHI, Dec 1 (Reuters) - The 22-yard wicket at Delhi's Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium filled the beleaguered South African team with optimism on Tuesday that the fourth and final test against India will buck the trend and last more than three days. South Africa kicked off their longest tour of India by winning the Twenty20 and one-day series before the hosts rolled out turning pitches and unleashed their formidable phalanx of skilful spinners to turn the tables in the test matches. The world's top-ranked test team were beaten inside three days in Mohali and Nagpur while India also dominated what little play was possible in the rain-ruined match in Bangalore.

  • Erstwhile king of Tigiria Brajraj Mahapatra dies in Odisha

    Brajraj Kshatriya Birbar Chamupati Singh Mahapatra (94) was erstwhile king of the princely state of Tigiria in Cuttack district. The erstwhile king died this afternoon at his asbestos-roofed mud hut in Puruna Tigiria village, which had been his home since 1987. Among the 26 princely states of Orissa, Tigiria was the smallest with an area of 119 sq km. After the merger, Mahapatra got Rs 11,200 a year till former PM Indira Gandhi abolished the system in 1975.

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  • Non-gazetted posts: In line with PM’s resolve, only online tests

    A month after Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared his government’s resolve to do away with interviews for non-gazetted jobs in the central government from January 1, online tests are set to replace the objective-type written examinations as a “viable and practical alternative”. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has decided to conduct online examinations across the country for vetting the candidates’ eligibility for all posts where higher secondary or above is an essential qualification. In a meeting held recently under the chairmanship of under secretary P H Pillai, a consensus was reached that the SSC will start conducting online tests, with objective-type multiple-choice questions, from next year for non-gazetted posts.

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  • Samsung Elec names new smartphone head as heir apparent makes mark

    Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's long-time handset division chief is ceding day-to-day management of the struggling smartphone business in the biggest leadership change yet under the Samsung conglomerate's heir-apparent, Jay Y. Lee. Samsung Group said 54-year-old Dongjin Koh will take over as president of the mobile communications business from 59-year-old J.K. Shin, who will remain head of the overall mobile division for Samsung Electronics and focus on long-term strategy and developing new growth businesses. The move diminishes Shin's influence on the mobile business as the former cash-cow battles to reverse a slide in its market share to rivals like Apple Inc, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and Xiaomi Inc.

  • New Zealand Cricket back McCullum after Cairns verdict

    New Zealand Cricket have promised to support Brendon McCullum after former test all-rounder Chris Cairns was acquitted of perjury in London despite evidence given against him by the Black Caps captain. Cairns had been accused of falsely claiming he had never cheated at cricket when he won 90,000 pounds ($135,531) in damages from Lalit Modi, the former boss of the Indian Premier League, in a libel action three years ago. McCullum was one of two former team mates, along with self-confessed matchfixer Lou Vincent, who gave key evidence against Cairns in the trial, accusing his predecessor as test skipper of twice asking him to fix matches.

  • 12,000 km of natural gas pipeline approved

    New Delhi, Nov 30 (IANS) Around 1,175 kms of gas pipeline is pending for award due to the ongoing Supreme Court case regarding the proposed Ennore-Bengaluru-Puducherry-Nagapattinam-Madurai-Tuticorin stretch, ...

  • Madrasa row: Was abused by ustad, says Kerala filmmaker Ali Akbar

    Challenging the claim of Sunni Muslim leader Kanthapuram Aboobacker Musliyar that Kerala madrasas were free from sexual abuse, a Malayalam film director said he was sexually exploited by an ustad (teacher) during his time in madrasa. Film director Ali Akbar said that when he studied in Class IV at a madrasa in Wayanad district, the then ustad had sexually abused him.

    The Indian Express