• Salman Khan Tweets After Being Replaced By Varun Dhawan In Shuddhi

    With too much of speculations regarding Salman Khan to be part of Karan Johar’s much talked production film Shuddhi, the actor himself confirmed yesterday that he is not part of Shuddhi instead handsome hunk Varun Dhawan has bagged the film. Salman Khan took to his twitter account congratulating Badlapur actor Varun Dhawan saying, “Kamaal karte ho Varun Dhawan…made ur dad n me so proud of u… happy Shhuddhi,” He also posted adorable picture of Varun alongside. Varun Dhawan instantly replied to Salman Khan promising to make him proud by doing this film as he has replaced Salman Khan.

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  • Shahid Kapoor, Mira Rajput Photo at Bridal Shower

    Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput, according to reports, are slated to tie the knot in Greece in June. Shahid has kept mum about the date and venue of his wedding so far, but considering that Mira's friends threw her a bridal shower recently, the date could not be too far.

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  • IndiaGlitz - Shaam ties the knot to Manisha Koirala - Tamil Movie News

    Amid rumours that director A M R Ramesh's next venture 'Oru Melliya Kodu' is based on the mysterious death of Sunanda Pushkar, a scene was shot recently, in which Shaam entered wedlock with Manisha Koirala. While confirming that he is acting opposite Manisha and the wedding scene was canned recently, Shaam is however not ready to reveal much details about the movie. On working with Manisha, he says, "Her energey levels are amazing.

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  • Meet the 22-year-old blogger who gets paid up to $15,000 for a single Instagram post - The Times of India

    Danielle Bernstein, the personal-style blogger behind We Wore What, recently told Harper's Bazaar that she can make as much as $15,000 from a single Instagram post.

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  • Mohammad Azharuddin biopic: Three tons, two wives, one false step…

    Mohammad Azharuddin’s cricket career was in itself nothing short of a soap opera. A teaser that was aptly named Ek Khuda, Do shaadi aur match-fixing (One God, two wives and match-fixing) and captured the essence of his dramatic career on-and-off the field.

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  • Islamic State use of people as sex slaves made me return: Areeb to NIA

    Alleged Islamic State recruit Areeb Majeed has told the National Investigation Agency (NIA) that one of the reasons why he returned to India was the “un-Islamic” activities of the IS such as “treating men and women as sex slaves”. This statement forms part of an over 8,000-page chargesheet filed Wednesday by the NIA against Majeed and his three wanted friends. Majeed has been charged under sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and Section 125 of the Indian Penal Code.

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  • IPL: CSK beat RCB by three wickets to reach final

    Ranchi, May 22 (IANS) Chennai Super Kings (CSK) reached the final of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the sixth time as they defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by three wickets in the qualifier 2 of the Twenty20 tournament at the JSCA International Cricket Stadium here on Friday. Put in to bat, two-time runners-up RCB could only manage a modest total of 139/8 with left-handed opener Chris Gayle top-scoring with 41. Sarfaraz Khan also played a handy innings of 31.

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  • Home Guard who ‘harassed’ British tourist on train held

    The Government Railway Police (GRP), Punjab, arrested Home Guard Sukhwinder Singh Thursday, two days after a British tourist accused him of sexually harassing her on board Shaheed Express while she was travelling from Amritsar to New Delhi. The Indian Express had reported the incident in its May 21 edition. Additional Director General of GRP, Rohit Chaudhary, confirmed that Singh had been nabbed.

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  • We finally know how George Clooney proposed to Amal Alamuddin

    (Getty Images/Mike Coppola) "We'd never talked about marriage," said Clooney. Eight months after their Venice nuptials, George Clooney has spilled the beans on how he popped the question to Amal Alamuddin.  This Tuesday, during an appearance on "CBS

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  • Rajiv Gandhi’s rare pictures from Express archives

    Rajiv Gandhi, who was the sixth and youngest Prime Minister of India, was assassinated on May 21, 1991 at Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu during a poll campaign.

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  • Kunal Kohli’s Phir Se Gets An Ad Interim Stay

    While the makers of the Kunal Kohli-Jennifer Winget starrer romantic comedy Phir Se were accused of plagiarism by writer Jyoti Kapoor, Kunal defends his film clarifying that the matter is sub judice and the court has granted an ad interim stay and kept the matter post vacations. The debate on copyright and plagiarism is settled, it is neither. What is left to be decided is merely one principal aspect, what is the value of an idea which should be in direct proportion to the authorship.” “For all concerned, the matter is sub judice.

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  • Yes, Mirage landing on Yamuna Expressway is a big thing but Pakistan did it much before

    The first-ever test landing of a Mirage-2000 on the Yamuna Expressway near Mathura on 21 May is a laudable feat by Indian Air Force (IAF) having huge strategic import but the flip side is that many countries, including Pakistan, have done it much before India. In fact, Pakistan has done it twice, first time way back in 2000 and then again in 2010.But better late than never. Road runways have been used by many countries during war times and first such instance had come 70 years ago during the fag end of World War II by Hitlers forces.The idea behind road runways is that during war times landing strips are the obvious first targets of the enemy and a nation has to have a large number of viable alternatives.

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  • Has Apple accidentally leaked iPhone 6C on its own website? - The Times of India

    The fact that Apple announced an official Lightning dock a couple of days ago wasn't particularly exciting, but the renderings illustrating it may have revealed more than the Cupertino company wanted to give away.

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  • A Honda City is cheaper than this Audi bicycle

    The fuel it runs on is the cheapest, while the bicycle itself is, almost, unaffordable

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  • Top Indian talent in Silicon Valley moves back home to join star startups - The Economic Times

    Top Indian talent is moving from globally iconic American technology companies to India's star startups. Matching dollar salaries and the sheer range of future career opportunities are the hooks India's tech blue chips are offering to Indian talent in Silicon Valley.

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  • 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' review: The racy plot is a total delight - The Economic Times

    "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" boasts of one of the finest double roles ever in Hindi cinema. Kangana is breathtakingly good and Madhavan does a fine job as Manu.

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  • Geelani’s passport issue: BJP Government has egg on face

    New Delhi :  Caught in cross-currents of coalition politics in the Kashmir Valley and almost wilting under pressure from its ally, the PDP, the Centre has egg on its face on the matter of Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s passport. After much confusion throughout the day with the party talking in wishy-washy terms, the government finally tried to clarify matters in the evening by asserting that Geelani could not be given a passport as mandatory requirements had not been fulfilled. “We have seen media reports of Syed Ali Geelani’s passport application. An incomplete passport application was received from him.

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  • Amitabh Bachchan Tweets Of Shootout At Film City

    Amitabh Bachchan took to his Twitter account to convey that a gang war broke out near his location at Film City while he was shooting. The 1873 - Okay !! Shooting at Film City .. and a gang war shootout 20 feet from where we are ... !!1 dead .. cops all over .. T 1873 - Correction : in gang shoot out where I was shooting in Film City person shot at is NOT dead . The security official identified as Raju Shinde was fired three gunshots by the bikers.

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  • Sanskrit and Tamil Words in Ancient Chinese! Blog by Santanam Swaminathan

    There are hundreds of research articles about the Indian contact with China from 2nd century BCE. 1.Max Muller says that the names of stars and other astronomical terms in Chinese are of Sanskrit origin. 2.Nadar community in Tamil Nadu believes they have connections with China in the past. 3.Col.Tod says, “The genealogies of China and Tartary declare themselves to be descendants of AWAR, son of the Hindu king Pururawa (Annals of Rajasthan, Vol.1, p 35).

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  • Family of Indian national killed in US seeks govt action

    Valsad (Gujarat), May 21 (ANI): Family members of an Indian national, hailing from Gujarat, have sought the government's action into his killing by two unknown assailants in the United States. Back home in Gujarat's Valsad, Desai's uncle Girish Bhai Desai on Wednesday requested the Indian government to take up the matter with U.S. "The government of both India and the US should do something about it. The Indian government should take up the matter with the US government as to why Indian people are being targeted.