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  • Divyanka Tripathi, Vivek Dahiya's Wedding Teaser Is Out; Reveal How They Met

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  • Kabali shatters records, collection touches Rs 250 cr

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  • Rahul Gandhi meets fake mother of Una Incident victim in Rajkot

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  • 'Kabali' mints Rs 11.4 crore in north India in two days

    New Delhi, July 24 (IANS) Superstar Rajinikanth's latest film "Kabali", which is receiving enormous response from audiences across India, has minted Rs 11.4 crore in two days in the north Indian market. The Pa. Ranjith directorial, which collected Rs 5.2 crore on its opening day, witnessed a 20 per cent growth on its second day in the north Indian market where it collected Rs 6.2 crore on Saturday, thus taking its cumulative total of Rs 11.4 crore, read a official statement.

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  • Kareena claims herself to be only B'wood A-lister to balance career, marriage

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  • ‘‘India has a massacre on its hands’’

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  • Daylight robbery: Private hospitals prescribing medicines worth Rs 15,200 despite a Rs 800 alternative being available

    Private hospitals are making a killing by buying medicines and devices in bulk at huge discounts and selling them to patients at the marked maximum retail price — accounting for 15-35% of their profits. Patients, as a captive market, have little choice but to bear the inflated costs. Take the example of Shalini Pahwa, diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a kind of cancer. She was given an injection, Novartis's Zometa, that costs Rs 15,200 per shot, every three to four weeks for over two years in a top private hospital in Gurgaon. On a work trip to Bangalore, she got the injection at a hospital there for just Rs 4,000. When she confronted the Gurgaon hospital about this huge cost difference, it readily

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  • Arjun Bijlani injured on 'Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa 9' set

    Mumbai, July 24 (IANS) Actor Arjun Bijlani, who will be seen as a contestant in the upcoming ninth season of "Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa", got injured while rehearsing on the set of the dance reality show. While practising for his performance, Arjun landed on his pelvic bone and got hurt. While practising, I fell and got hurt," Arjun, best known for his roles in shows like "Left Right Left", "Miley Jab Hum Tum" and "Naagin", said in a statement.

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  • WWE Battleground 2016 live stream: Former Shield members square off for heavyweight title

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  • India-Born Muslim Cop Security In-Charge of Hindu Temple in US

    Washington: A Mumbai-born Muslim police officer is the security in-charge of the largest Hindu temple in the Indianapolis city of US, setting an example of inter-faith cooperation and social harmony at a time when religious intolerance rhetoric is on the rise due to the election cycle. An eight-degree black-belt in Taekwondo and a kick boxing champion, Lt Javed Khan from the local police department is director of security at the Hindu temple in Indianapolis. For hundreds of visitors thronging the temple daily, in particularly over the weekend, Khan, who was born in Mumbai and raised in Lonavla, Pune, is now considered a part and parcel of the Hindu temple. There is only one God and then there are different forms and names, we choose to worship," Khan told PTI in a phone interview from Indianapolis.

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  • 3 Things No One Tells You About Retirement

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  • The return of Koh-i-noor: Story of India’s pursuit of the jewel so far

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  • 12 Secrets to Shopping at Costco

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  • Karnataka will not tolerate Bajrang Dal's 'natak': Roshan Baig

    Bengaluru, July 24 (ANI): Condemning the Chikmagalur attack on a Dalit family by the members of Bajrang Dal over rumours of cooking beef, Karnataka's Urban Development Minister R. Roshan Baig on Sunday said the state will not tolerate moral policing in the name of religion. "The Dalits are beaten up by the so called Bajrang Dal activists in the name of 'gau raksha samiti'. The Government of Karnataka is very firm, we will not tolerate any moral policing," said Baig.

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  • Wagh Bakri eyes Rs 1,150 crore turnover this fiscal

    MUMBAI: Packaged tea firm Wagh Bakri is targeting 15 per cent growth in revenue at Rs 1,150 crore this fiscal, a top company official said. "Our turnover is Rs 1,000 crore and we are looking at at least 15 per cent growth this year," Wagh Bakri Tea Group Executive Director Parag Desai told PTI here. With a better monsoon forecast for this year, the company aims to have a good fiscal after a lean period of 2-3 years. "Due to the downturn in economy and lack of rainfall, last 2-3 years have been worrisome because our expenses have gone up and the growth roll out has not happened," he said. Present in nine states, the privately held company sells 40 million kgs of tea annually, with tier II and

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  • Is it fair to be told your car just turned scrap: Maruti chief RC Bhargava

    NEW DELHI: Wondering whether the ban on over 10-year-old diesel vehicles will improve air quality in the national capital, top carmaker Maruti Suzuki's Chairman R C Bhargava has said the industry would certainly be hit hard by it. He also questioned whether it is fair to around 2 lakh car owners, affected by the ban, to be told without hearing them that their "asset has just become scrap". Bhargava asserted that cars contributed only 2.2 per cent of the overall air pollution in DELHI as per the scientifically collected data analysed by the IIT Kanpur. "This ban on diesel cars, at least I can't see how it will make any measurable difference in air quality in Delhi but it will certainly hurt industry

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  • This 'Dumb Terminal' Turns Your Android Phone Into a Full-Fledged Laptop

    New York: A US-based startup has launched a smart laptop shell that turns your Android smartphone into a complete laptop - making it more convenient and affordable for people in developing countries like India and South Africa to carry their office in their pocket, literally. The shell, called Superbook by Andromium Inc., makes an Android smartphone output look very much like a desktop environment. It is essentially a "dumb terminal"-- a notebook without a processor but with a keyboard, battery, trackpad and display. The project is listed on Kickstarter and is available at $99. Developed by Andrew Jiang and his team at Andromium, the Superbook provides a large screen, keyboard and multi-touch

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  • Varun plans to move into his new pad in August

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