• Parineeti Chopra: It Would Be An Honour To Work With Salman Khan

    Earlier reports suggested that Parineeti Chopra was being considered for the leading role in the film. Only recently, Parineeti Chopra crossed 5 million followers on Twitter and with that, the star became the trending topic on the internet.

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  • Air India plane almost crashed on June 28, says flight test engineer

    Passengers on board Air India’s (AI) June 28 Bengaluru-Hyderabad flight (513) had a narrow escape as the pilot did a “touch and go” after bouncing on the runway during landing and seriously jeopardising flight safety, a retired Indian Air Force flight test engineer has said in a complaint to the airline. Wing Commander Venkataramana Mantha (retd.), a Presidential award winner who has served as a flight test engineer flying fighter jets like Mirage 2000, Jaguar, MiG27 and transport planes like B737, said in his complaint that the captain could not control the rate of descent of the A319 at the Shamshabad airport and bounced heavily on the runway. Had there been 130-140 passengers, the aircraft would have dropped like a stone from a height of 200 feet and we would have had a crash on the runway. The aircraft just about managed to climb out,” Mantha told HT.

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  • All you need to know about Shahid Kapoor-Mira Rajput's sangeet ceremony | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Shahid Kapoor is all set to lose his bachelor tag in about a day. Yes, the actor will be tying the knot with Mira Rajput in Gurgaon, on July 7. Guests have already started arriving at the Oberoi Hotel, New Delhi for the sangeet ceremony which will be in full swing on July 6. Shahid and family has invited over 500 guests.

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  • Modi1: How the PM dismantled the transfer-posting industry

    When former ICICI chairman KV Kamath was appointed chairman of the BRICS bank by the Modi government recently, he was pleasantly surprised because he had not expected it. It was a case similar to that of Subhash Garg, a secretary in the Rajasthan government, who was appointed executive director of the World Bank. Clearly, as the dust settles on the debate over how the Narendra Modi government fared in its first year, the most glorious of its achievements has been missed or has got relegated to the background - dismantling of the transfer-posting industry in the top bureaucratic echelons of Delhi.

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  • Men aged 31-45 prone to thyroid dysfunction

    New Delhi: Men in the age group of 31-45 years are at greater risk of thyroid dysfunction, a study says. The study conducted by SRL Diagnostics said that currently 22.68 percent of Indians already are afflicted by thyroid dysfunction, and suffer from health problems including heart diseases and infertility. “In India, East zone has highest percentage of thyroid abnormality with 25.2 percent while northern and western zones have 23.9 percent and 21.1 percent. Among the four zones, southern India showed the lowest percentage of abnormality at 19.4 percent,” said the survey conducted over a period of three years 2012-14.

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  • Snapshot: This is the cutest picture of Shriya Saran you will ever see

    New Delhi: Shriya Saran, who is currently awaiting the release of 'Drishyam', recently send her fans into a state of frenzy and shared an adorable picture of herself on the social media. In it, the ac...

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  • Younis 171* gives Pakistan series in record chase

    Scorecard and ball-by-ball details Younis Khan's epic, unbeaten 171 led Pakistan to their highest successful chase, the second highest in Asia for any side, and the sixth highest in all Test cricket. It also gave them their first series win in Sri Lanka since 2006, and catapulted them to third in the ICC Test rankings. The feat required the highest fourth-innings partnership for Pakistan, 242 between Younis and Shan Masood, who fell on the fifth morning for 125.

  • SpiceJet cuts fares in limited period offer, ticket prices as low as Rs 1,899

    SpiceJet announces ‘Red Hot Fares Sale’ for southern and western domestic network. Fares start at 1899/- all inclusive for all routes in the southern and western region

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  • 'Paanwala' who served at Kareena's wedding gets 700-piece order for Shahid's marriage - News18.com

    Do you know what's common between Saif-Kareena's wedding and Shahid Kapoor-Mira Rajput's upcoming marriage function?

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  • Jacqueline Fernandez’s Date night with Jackie 

    In Jackie’s opinion, a gift needn’t cost the earth – something thoughtful go a long way in winning and keeping a woman’s heart. You don’t say ‘date night’ without pondering over that all-important question: what to wear?! Jackie likes to opt for something that combines comfort with a touch of prettiness and girlishness.

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  • Overdrive: Take a look at Marutis first ever crossover

    India’s small car specialist is all set to enter the premium segment. Buoyed by the recent success of the Maruit Ciaz, Maruti is all set to manufacture and put out on road its first crossover the Maruti S-Cross...

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  • From Jon Snow to Drake and Nastase (dressed as a naval officer): Celebrities flock to Wimbledon - Firstpost

    Most celebrities were spotted watching Roger Federer and the Williams sisters in action at Wimbledon.

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  • Bronx man suing Jay Z over Roc-A-Fella logo seeks judge's recusal

    A Bronx, New York clothing designer suing Jay Z for royalties from the Roc-A-Fella Records logo is seeking the recusal of a federal judge overseeing the $7 million lawsuit. In a Monday court filing, plaintiff Dwayne Walker said U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis in Manhattan should take himself off the case "because a reasonable person would question his impartiality." Ellis' chambers declined to comment. Walker accused the judge of issuing inconsistent rulings that favoured Jay Z, the rap star and music entrepreneur whose given name is Shawn Carter Walker, and other defendants including Roc-A-Fella Records and its parent Universal Music Group Inc, a unit of Vivendi SA .

  • Reasons How Upen Patel Got Injured While Rehearsing For Nach Baliye 7

    Upen Patel, who has made it to the finale of the popular dance reality show Nach Baliye 7, along with his ladylove Karishma Tanna, has been the most popular and consistent contestant in the show. The actor, who enjoys dancing, has been rehearsing for long hours to put up a spectacular dance act for the finale. Upen is a thorough professional and understands the importance of winning the dance reality show.

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  • Specially-abled Delhi woman tops civil services exams

    Specially-abled Singhal is from Delhi, and is at present working as an assistant commissioner with the Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise). A graduate in computer engineering, Singhal did her MBA in finance and marketing from the Faculty of Management Studies under Delhi University between 2006 and 2008, before joining Cadbury.

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  • Weekly Forecast - 05th July to 11th July 2015

    On the same day, Mercury will shift from its own sign Gemini to enter a watery cardinal sign, Cancer. Mercury will now be placed in the 4th House from your sign. Businesspersons, especially, will come across a good opportunity to strike a lucrative deal from overseas.

  • ABCD 2 box office collections cross 100-crore mark, Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor enter exclusive club

    In this exclusive report, we take a look at some of the biggest hits that have reached the Rs 100 crore mark segregating them on the basis of the number of days taken to get there.

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  • RSS to hold 'chakka jam' against temple shifting on July 9 - News18.com

    The RSS will hold a 'chakka jam' here on July 9 to demand that temples which were shifted due to

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  • Over 2,100 pilgrims leave for Amarnath - The Times of India

    Another batch of over 2,100 Amarnath pilgrims left here on Monday for the Himalayan cave shrine in the Kashmir Valley as heavy rain lashed the over-300 km long Jammu-Srinagar national highway.

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  • #DovalRunningISIS trends in Pak: India's NSA is much hated across the border - Firstpost

    The Pakistani military establishment loves to hate Ajit Doval, India’s most celebrated spy in living memory, former chief of Intelligence Bureau (IB) and the current National Security Adviser. The Pakistani print and electronic media as well as social media, particularly its Twitterati, are routinely flooded with anti-Doval stories. Doval has been at the receiving end of Pakistani Twitterati ever since he took over as the NSA. Anything bad happening with Pakistan is quickly blamed on Doval.

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