• Salman Khan Opens Up On His Marriage Plans

    Bollywood’s most eligible bachelor Salman Khan is again and again targeted with the most usual question of his marriage. The actor has surely hinted at an impending marriage this time. Recently during an interview with a magazine, Salman Khan was asked about his current romantic agenda as all the fans are dying to see him getting married soon.

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  • Haider actor Narendra Jha marries former Censor Board CEO Pankaja Thakur - The Economic Times

    Actor Narendra Jha tied the knot with the former CBFC CEO Pankaja Thakur in a quiet ceremony on May 11 near Nashik in Maharashtra.

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  • Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Faces Humiliation At Cannes Festival

    The actress who has made India proud globally, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan had to face humiliation at the Cannes Festival courtesy the promoters (Producers) of her next film. Aishwarya was in Cannes lately to promote her next film Jazbaa directed by Sanjay Gupta and co produced by Sachin Joshi. As per a source present at the festival in Cannes, the world media and the locals lined up against the barriers of gate, outside the Indian Pavilion to take a glimpse of the Indian (Bollywood diva) actress Aishwarya also a popular celebrity in Cannes who was poignantly barred entry by the security supervisors (Cannes) on the gate.

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  • These Are the 10 Richest Royals in the World

    See the wealth behind the world's most elite rulers

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  • Saif and Kareena holiday in Maldives with family

    Bollywood's beloved couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan have taken a break from their busy schedule to enjoy a five-day vacation in Maldives with son Ibrahim and family members Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu

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  • Hyundai Creta SUV set for launch in H2 2015; to take on Ecosport, Duster, Scorpio - The Economic Times

    NEW DELHI: Korean auto major Hyundai is gearing up to strengthen its line-up of sports utility vehicles in India with a new model, Creta, which is slated for rollout in the second half of this year. The company's Indian arm Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL), which sells top-end SUV SantaFE and i20 Active, is looking to take on Mahindra & Mahindra, Renault, Nissan Ford and Tata Motors with its upcoming 5-seater SUV.

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  • Asia stocks subdued, euro and Aussie stand tall

    A spike in U.S. and German debt yields reduced the appetite for riskier assets to keep Asian share markets subdued on Wednesday, while the euro held gains made on upbeat euro zone inflation data and on hopes that Greece will reach a deal with creditors. The Australian dollar rallied after strong GDP data further cooled prospects of a near-term interest rate cut. Japan's Nikkei lost 0.3 percent and Australian shares shed 1.1 percent.

  • Bollywood Bash: Madhavan celebrates 45th birthday surrounded by his Bollywood friends - Firstpost

    Bollywood actor R Madhavan's birthday celebration with his industry at Royalty Restaurant.

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  • Karnataka's decision to appeal against Jayalalithaa's acquittal in SC shameful: AIADMK - Firstpost

    Chennai: Dubbing the Karnataka government's decision to appeal in the Supreme Court against the verdict acquitting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in an assets case as "shameful," the ruling AIADMK on Tuesday asserted that its supremo will again prove her innocence. "That a state government is going to appeal in an 18-year old case after the High Court has already given its judgment following the completion of final arguments is a shameful act," AIADMK Tamil daily Dr Namadhu MGR, said in a front-page article on Tuesday. After a Cabinet meeting, Karnataka government announced on Monday that it would appeal in the Supreme Court against the verdict exonerating Jayalalithaa.

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  • Stars at Madhavan's birthday bash

    Kangana, Bipasha, Dino, Harman and many other stars were present at R Madhavan's birthday bash. Take a look... Credit: Viral Bhayani  

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  • 5 Makeup Habits That Are Secretly Making You Sick

    Some women may not be blessed with fuller, longer lashes and so, they find solace in lash extensions. For lazy girls, finding time to clean the makeup brushes may not seem important at first. Your makeup brushes are a perfect breeding ground for bacteria that can cause skin infections and breakouts.

  • Happy Birthday Mani Ratnam: 8 incredible films of the greatest director of all time

    Today on the occasion of Mani Ratnam’s birthday, here is a look at some of his finest directorial ventures.

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  • Funny Business: Kangana Ranaut's Picture is Worth Far More Than 100 Crores - NDTV Movies

    Box Office India suggests the closing worldwide total could be as high as Rs 225 crores, higher than the takings of films like Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Singham Returns

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  • Maggi Row: Court Orders FIR Against Amitabh Bachchan Madhuri Dixit And Preity Zinta

    The legal trouble for our Bollywood celebrities, Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Preity Zinta for endorsing well known brand Maggi, seems to be getting only worse. On Tuesday, today, police have been directed by a district court to register an FIR against two Nestle officials and the actors who were seen promoting the brand in Maggi’s advertisements. Today, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Ramchandra Prasad directed Kazi Mohammadpur police station to file the FIR against Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit, Preity Zinta and the two Nestle officials and start with the investigation on the complaint.

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  • Hyundai's new compact SUV named ‘Creta’

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  • England drops senior players in new-look ODI squad

    England has dropped senior players Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Stuart Broad and James Anderson from its one-day squad for the five-match series against New Zealand, and picked a 14-man group with one eye on the future. Uncapped batsman Sam Billings was called up for the first time in the 50-over format, while Mark Wood, Jason Roy and David Willey will look to add to their first ODI caps received this summer against Ireland.

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  • More trouble for Nestle India: Days after Maggi fiasco, live larvae appear in baby milk powder

    Already embroiledin a huge controversyover the quality of its high brand equity noodles 'Maggi', this could not have been aworse time for FMCG major Nestle India . A sample of the firm's baby milk powder has reportedly tested positive for live larvae after a customer complained about it. Following the results, the milk powder has been declared unsafe by the Tamil Nadu Food Safety Wing.The incident occurred after a taxi driver from Puliakulam, Coimbatore, K Prem Ananth, had purchased a 380 gm Nestle NAN PRO 3 carton to feed his twins."Prem Ananth had already fed one of his 18-month-old children with the baby formula and was mixing a separate batch for the other twin when he stumbled upon live larvae in the milk powder."said a report in The New Indian Express.Consequently, the baby who was fed with the formula had to be hospitalized due to a skin allergy.

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  • Maggi samples found unsafe in Capital test

    THE CAPITAL has come out with alarming results of Maggi samples. The Delhi government on Tuesday said lab tests have found that the level of lead was more than permissible limit. Delhi is the second state after Uttar Pradesh where the samples have been tested negative As many as 13 samples of Maggi noodles were collected from various parts of the Capital.

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  • Lion Kills American Tourist Driving in South African Park

    Johannesburg, South Africa:  A lion leapt through a open car window and mauled to death an American tourist at a privately-run game park just outside Johannesburg on Monday, a park official said. "There was a car driving to the lion camp and the lion did come through the window and bite the lady," Scott Simpson, operations manager of The Lion Park venue told Talk Radio 702. The 22-year-old woman and another American tourist were travelling through the park, northwest of South Africa's biggest city, with their car windows open. In March, an Australian tourist was injured by a lioness after driving through the park with his car windows open.

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  • Tax on premature PF withdrawal

    The Employees Provident Fund Organisation is deducting tax at source from June 1 on PF withdrawals if the accumulated PF balance at the time of payment is more than or equal to Rs. 30,000 and the employee has worked les

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