• Airport Spotting: Shahid Kapoor Leaves For His Wedding In Delhi

    The handsome Shahid Kapoor is soon going to mingle with his fiancé Mira Rajput. Groom to be Shahid was spotted at Mumbai airport leaving for his D-Day. Well, the hunk that broke a million hearts after announcing his marriage with Mira was not alone at the airport with the trolley bags, veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty also was spotted at the airport.

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  • Karisma cuts London trip short to return to attend father-in-law's prayer meet - The Economic Times

    Samaira and Kiaan in London, had to cut short her trip on hearing about the demise of her father-in-law, Dr Surinder Kapur. Dr Kapur is the father of her estranged husband, Sunjay. It is also said that Dr Kapur's obituary had all the names, except for Karisma's. The actress reportedly flew down to Delhi to be present for his prayer meeting that was held in the Capital yesterday.

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  • Spotted: Kangana Ranaut On A Dinner Date

    Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut who is riding high on success after her back-to-back achievement for her films was spotted spending some time with her parents at Pali Bhavan restaurant in Mumbai. Dressed in a tank top and denim shorts, ‘Queen’ actress Kangana Ranaut looked gorgeous as ever. On the work front, Kangana Ranaut is all set for her upcoming film Katti Batti opposite Imran Khan, directed by Nikhil Advani.

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  • Jammu: Girl stripped naked, filmed, video uploaded on social networking websites

    Jammu: Anger has swept Jammu after a girl was allegedly stripped naked and filmed and her video uploaded on social networking sites. Deputy commissioner Udhampur Shahid Iqbal Chowdhary said police took suo motu cognisance of the incident. The video shows the girl pleading with the goons to return her clothes.

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  • Greek PM appoints Vijay Mallya as his new Finance Minister

    Athens: Amid growing pressure from creditors to accept the terms of the bailout, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipiras sought help from Vijay Mallya to help him with the negotiations. After announcing a referendum, the PM also made an announcement regarding the appointment of Mr. Mallya as the new finance minister. After wrapping-up Kingfisher airline and losing control of other businesses, Mr. Mallya updated his resume on Naukri.com. Kingfisher Airlines saga was the key achievement of Mr. Mallya, according to his resume on the job portal.

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  • 'Inhospitable' Climate for Congress as Lalit Posts Rahul Picture

    NEW DELHI: Disgraced former IPL czar Lalit Modi on Saturday triggered a political storm, alleging that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and his brother-in-law Robert Vadra too had enjoyed his hospitality. Lalit, who has been posting documents and photographs on Twitter to substantiate his claims, also tweeted four photographs which appear to be from an IPL fixture. “I hope @OfficeOfRG informed @INCIndia that he was a beneficiary of my hospitality.

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  • Salman Khan: I Miss Shah Rukh Khan In Iftaar Party

    Baba Siddiqui’s Iftaar party is known for the patch of two rivals of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan. In 2013, fans went in tizzy on social networking sites when Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan bonded and hugged each other after five years of their bitter friendship. Salman and SRK gave a warm hug during the Iftaar party in 2013 and that’s when the new journey of their friendship began.

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  • Pair of lions kept as pets by Gaza family arrive in Jordan

    Two young lions that had been kept as pets in a Gaza refugee camp traveled Sunday to Jordan where their final destination will be a wildlife sanctuary. A Gaza family had bought the lions as cubs from a local zoo that was damaged in last year's war between Israel and Gaza's rulers from the Islamic militant Hamas group. The family kept Mona and Max in their small home in the crowded Rafah refugee camp.

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  • Sit, don’t squat: Toilet posters on Swiss trains target Asians - The Times of India

    LONDON: Fed up with having to clean up messes in the public toilets, a Swiss railway company has come up with a series of graphic illustrations for visitors from Asia and the Middle East to instruct them how to sit on a toilet seat. The pictograms, that have appeared on trains in the popular tourist destination of Mount Rigi in the Swiss Alps, instruct users to sit on toilet seats rather than to squat on them and to discard used toilet paper in the lavatory and not in the waste bin. "It happens that guests mount the toilet seats to do their business - and sometimes they don't know where to put the toilet paper," said Roger Joss, director of marketing for the Mount Rigi railway at Lake Lucerne in central Switzerland.

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  • Akshay cremated, MP CM agrees to send viscera to AIIMS in Delhi

    New Delhi : A grieving gathering of friends, colleagues, senior politicians and activists bid a touching farewell to India Today group television journalist Akshay Singh as his last rites were performed this afternoon at the Nigambodh Ghat. Akshay had died suddenly and mysteriously at Meghnagar in Jhabua district on Saturday after he the interviewed parents of a girl who was found dead after her name figured in the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) or Vyapam scam. Congress vice- president Rahul Gandhi, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh, chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, Delhi unit chief Ajay Maken, Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay were among those who were present when the last rites were performed.

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  • Welcome Back posters

    Check out the character posters from the most awaited sequel of the year, Welcome Back. The film is directed by Anees Bazmee

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  • Suzuki to ride on Indian roads without Maruti

    Maruti Suzuki, India’s largest carmaker, is planning to roll out its new cars without the ‘Maruti’ brand name. According to a Times of India report, Suzuki’s new cars will carry only the ‘S’ badge. The Times of India quoted Suzuki India Executive Director (Marketing and Sales) R S Kalsi as saying that all cars sold through Nexa outlets would have the ‘S’ logo. In its bid to crack the big vehicle segment, the company is establishing a new set-up of retail outlets under the Nexa brand to sell premium products starting with the coming S-Cross model.

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  • Meet Mrs Imran Khan: She's no mystery woman

    The wedding of Imran Khan, unarguably Pakistan’s biggest celebrity to date, and arguably its most popular political leader today, was going to be sensational news, and yep, it didn’t fail to be. Incredible as it may sound to most sensible folks, the second marriage of not too many people evokes such a huge response, and that too in ways that are comical if one sifts through the venom and derision. Come on, yes, it was the Imran Khan’s marriage, but he was hardly the hottest bachelor around at the age of 62, notwithstanding his still attractive face and super-fit body.

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  • 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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  • Intel Compute Stick that converts your TV into a PC now available in India - The Times of India

    The Windows version of the stick is available at Rs 9,999 on Flipkart while the pricing of the Linux version has not been revealed.

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  • LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner describes 3 qualities that make a great leader

    Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. Weiner's leadership style has earned him the trust of founder and chairman Reid Hoffman, his team, and LinkedIn investors. Earlier this year, Weiner spoke at the Wisdom 2.0 conference in San Francisco, where he explained how he understands his role as a leader.

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  • This system has defeated me: Ghantewala owner

    Three days after shutting it down, Sushant Jain, the owner of Old Delhi's landmark Ghantewala sweet shop, wished someone would come and carry forward the piece of heritage he inherited from his ancestors. If anyone wants to take the franchise of Ghantewala, I am open to the idea," said 39-year-old Jain, the seventh generation descendant of Lala Sukh Ram - the original ghantewala who started selling sweets in Shahjahanbad in 1790. The business split several times but the name and the legend of Ghantewala remained unharmed. The Delhi Pollution Control Committee wants us to move our workshop from our ancestral house to elsewhere.

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  • 8 Rich People Not Leaving $ To Kids

    These 8 fabulously rich magnates are not leaving their wealth to their kids.

  • Indian Army Hands Back Pakistani Boy Who Crossed LoC by Mistake

    SRINAGAR: The Indian army has handed back a boy from Pakistani Kashmir who had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control (LoC), a defence official said on Sunday. "Army officials in Tangdhar sector handed over 11-year-old Sameer Kayani, son of Mohammad Rafiq of Laswa Athmuqam in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, who had inadvertently crossed the LoC two days ago, to Pakistan Army officials," said defence spokesman, Lt.Col. N.N. Joshi.

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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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  • India’s soldiers still have to fight with clunky, outdated and unreliable rifles

    One of the world’s largest tenders for assault rifles has been scrapped. Last month, after four years of deliberations, India’s defence ministry finally called off a project worth Rs4,850 crore ($765 million) to purchase 65,678 new assault rifles for the world’s third largest standing army. Assault rifles are weapons primarily used by the army’s infantry troops. “I can confirm to you the information that the Indian Government has cancelled the tender,” Hana Smilkova, a spokesperson for Czech-rifle maker Ceska zbrojovka A.S, told Quartz via email.

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