• Anushka's shock mirrored that of India

    New Delhi, March 26 (IANS) One of the freeze-frames of the otherwise forgettable World Cup semi-final match between India and Australia on Thursday at the Sydney Cricket Ground was the reaction of Anushka Sharma, Bollywood's rising star, when vice captain -- and ace run-getter -- Virat Kohli got out after scoring just one run. TV cameras showed Anushka, who is known to be in a relationship with Virat and had travelled to Australia to watch the much-anticipated match, burying her face in her hands as a dejected Kohli walked back to the pavilion to begin the Indian slide to defeat. Anushka was seated in the Victor Trumper stand as Indian middle-order mainstay Kohli was caught by Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin to leave India struggling at 78/2.

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  • Rishi Kapoor Reveals His Strained Relationship With Son Ranbir Kapoor

    Actor Ranbir Kapoor is been in news now and then on his personal life and relationship with actress Katrina Kaif. Rishi Kapoor spoke in an interview about his strained relationship with son Ranbir, and Ranbir’s decision to move out with girlfriend Katrina and more.

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  • Read The Heart-Wrenching Open Letter To Deepika Padukone

    Actress Deepika Padukone who recently revealed that she is suffering form depression got an open letter from a lady named Reshma Valliappan, who was diagnosed with depression in 2004. During an interview she also said that how mental health is important. Here is the Heart-Wrenching Open Letter To Deepika from a 34-year-old Schizophrenic patient Reshma Valliappan.

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  • Khushbu Sundar is new spokesperson of Congress - The Economic Times

    CHENNAI: The appointment of actor-turned politician Khushbu Sundar as the national spokesperson of the Congress party on Tuesday may have raised some eyebrows in Tamil Nadu, but the state is in for more surprises in this department. The ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu is looking to announce names of official spokespersons for the party. Sources aware of the development told ET that a list with the names of probable official spokespersons is already being vetted by AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa and she will release the final list of names soon. Three of the names in the list that is being scrutinised include K Pandiarajan, Nanjil Sampath and Avadi Kumar, the source said.

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  • Customers reveal why they stopped going to McDonald's, Chipotle, and Starbucks

    (Reuters)Those on a diet don't want McDonald's.A new report by Morgan Stanley reveals the biggest weaknesses of major restaurant chains.  The bank polled customers on the reasons they would frequent the establishments less often.  People were mostly

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  • Reclaim your inoperative EPFO a/c money

    It is a common practice for employees to change jobs and not transfer or withdraw money from their provident fund (PF) accounts. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) set up an online help desk last month to help members trace inoperative PF accounts and reclaim the money idle in these accounts. Depending on the information given, it might take anywhere from four days to a month to get details of an inoperative account, according to Central Provident Fund Commissioner K K Jalan. Those who know the details, can simply fill a claims form, available on the EPFO website, and submit it by post or in person to any of the 123 EPFO offices in India.

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  • Apple to launch three iPhones this year: Report - The Times of India

    According to a report, Apple will launch three different iPhones - iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and a 4-inch device which is currently being referred to as iPhone 6C.

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  • String of bank holidays from March 28 to affect consumers: Assocham

    According to Assocham, while ATMs will technically remain operational, problems could arise

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  • This photo may convince you to never fly anything but Virgin America ever again

    Earlier this week, I flew economy from New York to San Francisco on Virgin America. From now on, Virgin America will be my preferred carrier for this route. Take a look at this photo I took of my laptop, mid-flight.

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  • Qatar has big investment plans for India: Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani - The Economic Times

    DOHA: In his first-ever interview to any publication in the world, the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, told TOI on the eve of his summit with Narendra Modi - the PM's first with a leader of the Arab world - that his energy-rich country wanted to invest big in India. Expressing interest in Modi's `Make in India' initiative, the 34-year-old Sand hurst-trained Emir, who took over the reins of the world's richest country (by per capita GDP) from his father in 2013, said, "The new government is taking a number of interesting initiatives.

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  • Soon, you could drive from Europe to US - The Times of India

    Plans for a new high-speed transport corridor that could potentially link London and New York by rail and superhighway have been unveiled.

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  • Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: Court Rejects Actors Plea

    The prosecution case of 2002 hit and run case against actor Salman Khan is on the last leg. On Wednesday court declined a plea by actor Salman Khan to adjourn the trail for three weeks for recording his statement which is due to start on March 27. Salman Khan’s statement would be recorded under section 313 of the Criminal Procedure Code and the session court judge D.W. Deshpande has ordered Salman Khan to remain present in the court Friday.

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  • China is winning without a fight

    Beijing has refused to define the Line of Actual Control. The picture of a grim National Security Advisor Ajit Doval shaking hands with a beaming interlocutor from Beijing, China’s State Councillor Yang Jiechi, before the start of the 18th round of border talks between the two countries foretold the outcome. Next day, an unusual headline after the talks read: “Chinese media upbeat about talks, India mum”. China clearly had not accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s appeal for defining the Line of Actual Control; instead, it has pressed for a new border patrolling framework.

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  • How to get rid of acne scars, pigmentation, thinning hair & more before your wedding | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Read more about skin peels here. Microdermabrasion for acne scars: Acne is a problem that we have to deal with at some point of time in life. Microdermabrasion is used for the treatment of acne scars in which the superficial skin is abraded so as to stimulate the growth of new, youthful skin especially in the areas of scarring.

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  • Autobiography of a Security Camera in an Indian Store in US

    Read the autobiography of a security camera who come from a small town factory in the US & have been living in Patel Indian Grocery store since then! Well I sometimes get inspired by what I see and I can’t help it as the Desi (Indian) uncle in this Patel grocery store watches these movies while waiting for customers, in a corner that has been allocated to run his DVD rentals and Indian jewelry section in Mr. Patel’s shop.

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  • Check how many Pak flags are unfurled in J-K when they win a cricket match: Asiya Andrabi

    The firebrand chief of an all-women Kashmiri separatist group, Asiya Andrabi, faced arrest after being named for unlawful activities in a police complaint on Wednesday as she and her supporters celebrated Pakistan Day in the Kashmir Valley this week.

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  • Jayalalithaa will be CM again: Panneerselvam

    Panneerselvam on Wednesday told the Assembly that former Chief Minister Jayalaithaa will become the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu

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  • Lee Kuan Yew's Bad Prescription for India

    Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore who died this week at 91, had a lot to say about India. In 2000, Lee published "From Third World to First," an account of the rise of Singapore beginning in 1965. It contains a long section on India’s flaws, both as a civilization -- Lee believed the caste system was inimical to meritocracy, which is the foundation of economic development -- and as a new nation-state that he said couldn't transcend its native introversion and its (democratic) directionlessness. Reading these pages is a bit like reading V.S. Naipaul on India, only from the viewpoint of a rigorously pragmatic, clear-sighted and technocratic statesman.

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  • Bajaj launches Pulsar's fastest version at Rs 1.18 lakhs

    By Ankit Berry New Delhi, Mar. 26 (ANI): Bajaj on Thursday launched its latest offering in the Pulsar segment, the Pulsar RS 200. Pulsar RS 200 is priced at Rs 1.18 lakh for the non anti-lock brake system (ABS) variant and Rs 1.30 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom Maharashtra) for the one with ABS brakes. Bajaj claims that this is the fastest Pulsar ever.

  • Not interested in anybody else but IndiGo: Qatar Airways

    The one area that the Qatar government is keen on entering is the Indian aviation space and Qatar Airways has been exploring joint ventures with Indian carriers. The airline is particularly keen on tying up with India's most profitable carrier IndiGo.

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