• Sidhu Reprimands Kapil Sharma Over Absence Of Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar & Chandan Prabhakar

    There is dirt and nobody likes dirt, certainly not the seniors. So, the senior-most member of Kapil's show took the cane (not literally) and decided to drill some sense into the head of the show's brat. Sidhu is very ruffled over Grover, Prabhakar and Asgar not reporting on the set

  • Yogi Adityanath should do 'gas-releasing' asana: Twinkle Khanna

    New Delhi, March 25 (IANS) Taking a dig at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his rather off-the-cuff remarks on "women's protection", author-columnist Twinkle Khanna on Friday suggested that he needed to do a yoga 'asana' which eases "releasing gas". Asked what she would have to say to Adityanath, who according to session hostess Koel Purie "doesn't have an amazing track record for his statements on women", Twinkle quipped: "He needs to do an asana..., which helps release gas. In fact, I had tweeted as well that Asian Paints must announce the new colour of the season -- 'Beguiling Saffron' with a tagline: Orange is the new brown." Women empowerment and feminism is a subject close to the heart of the actress-turned-writer, whose latest column explored sexual harassment at work.

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  • No need to discipline MP who assaulted 60-year-old: Shiv Sena

    Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who assaulted R Sukumar, a 60-year-old Air India employee on a Pune-New Delhi flight on Thursday and later boasted about it, received a “dressing down” from party chief Uddhav Thackeray, senior Shiv Sena leaders said on Friday. “We have taken serious note of the incident. Uddhav Thackeray spoke to him and gave him a dressing down,” Anil Desai, Rajya Sabha MP, told HT. Earlier on Friday, Gaikwad met with Desai in New Delhi and updated him on the details of Thursday’s incident. The dressing down from Thackeray could be the extent of the party’s action against Gaikwad. Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said that Thackeray hadn’t summoned the MP for disciplinary

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  • Revealed: Nawazuddin Siddiqui Is No Longer Invited To Salman Khan Parties For THIS Reason!

    Nawazuddin Siddiqui started his career in Bollywood in extremely small and insignificant roles. He has made his way to the top lot in a slow and steady manner. The A-list actor has been a part of some interesting projects so far. He has managed to star alongside all three Khans of Bollywood – Aamir Khan, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan.His latest Khan venture was with SRK in Raees where Nawazuddin was applauded for his cop role. Nawazuddin has always spoken about how he has never felt like he has been over-shadowed by any Khans. ...

    Business of Cinema
  • I prayed for death, says Indian soldier who was held captive in Pakistan after straying across LoC

    An Indian soldier, who was returned by Pakistan after holding him captive for four months, has said he often prayed for death while being tortured in their custody. “I was assaulted. I told them: Kill me. I realised that this was the end of the road for me,” Chandu Babulal Chavan, who was handed over to India on January 21, said on Friday in conversation with a Marathi channel. The 22-year-old had crossed into Pakistan on September 29, the day India hit terror launch pads across the line of control (LoC), 10 days after an attack by suspected Pakistani militants on a camp in Uri that killed 19 soldiers. Chavan was posted on the LoC in the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir. Describing the scenario

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  • Sonia, Rahul back in India amid calls for reshuffle

    Congress president Sonia Gandhi has returned home after spending a fortnight abroad for medical check up related to her undisclosed illness. The 70-year-old Congress chief was accompanied by her son Rahul, who had gone to be by her side on March 16. Sonia’s absence was sorely felt by the Congress which received a severe drubbing in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand elections leading to demands for “structural reorganisation” of the party. “The Congress president and vice president returned to India last night,” AICC spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said. “She is hale and hearty,” Singhvi said to questions on the health condition of the Congress chief. Party leaders were awaiting Sonia’s return

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  • Deepika Padukone and Neetu Kapoor get chatty at the HT Most Stylish Awards

    The dimpled beauty of Bollywood  Deepika Padukone looked stunning in a black number. Deepika spoke to the media collected at the event and said why she chose the color back. The Padmavati actress is seen getting chatty with the mom of her ex-boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor, with who she still maintains a friendly rapport.

  • Rarely Seen Photos of Donald Trump’s Children That’ll Make You LOL

    The Trump brood has been everywhere. We are constantly seeing photos of them on ski trips and in Washington, D.C. But before they became a major fixture in Washington, their childhood was well-documented in photos.

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • Muslim woman photographed during Westminster Bridge attack speaks out against trolls

    The Muslim woman subjected to online trolls following the Westminster terror attack issued a statement on Friday 24 March. Social media users took offence that a Muslim woman in a headscarf was pictured walking past a person lying on the ground at Westminster Bridge.

    International Business Times
  • Wow! Kangana Ranaut GIFTED THIS To Herself On Her Birthday

    Kangana Ranuat is on fire. It has been reported that the Queen of Bollywood bought herself a spacious bungalow in Khar as her 30th birthday gift. This spacious bungalow will be converted into her office and is close to her Khar residence.

    Business of Cinema
  • Katamarayudu box-office collection Day 1: Pawan Kalyan gets overwhelming response

    Powerstar Pawan Kalyan's latest release Katamarayudu has opened to outstanding response from Telugu fans. The film is said to have earned more than Rs 55 crore on its opening day.

    India Today
  • HT Most Stylish Awards 2017: STRICT Instructions To Keep Kajol & Karan Johar APART

    Here are some EXCLUSIVE details from the event. While Kajol and Karan Johar came under one roof for the first time after KJo’s open confession about his disturbed equation with Kajol, we also captured the Devgn couple ignoring Rani Mukerji at the do...

  • Conflict of interest issue could see Rahul Dravid heading for IPL exit doors

    The BCCI plans to implement annual contracts for the support staff from next season.

  • Emirates pushes limit on US flight electronics ban with new laptop handling service

    Emirates Airlines, one of the several foreign carriers affected by the Trump administration's restriction on electronics on US-bound flights, has responded with a new service to help passengers affected by the ban. The Dubai-based airline company is offering a free "laptop and tablet handling service" for US flights that allows passengers to use their devices until just before boarding. Users must then declare and hand over their laptops, tablets and banned devices to security staff at the gate before boarding the flight.

    International Business Times
  • As Aadhar becomes more important, what will happen to your PAN card?

    Aadhar was developed for targeted delivery of subsidies and services to individuals in India by assigning them unique identity numbers. But, with the government linking it to most services, it cannot be called voluntary anymore.

    India Today
  • After Reliance Jio, BSNL is offering free data – but there's a catch

    Reliance Jio started an intense price war in India with its back-to-back free promotions, forcing other telcos to keep up or simply lose users. Airtel has really put up a tough fight to Jio in terms of pricing its new tariffs, but other telcos are not shy at all. BSNL, the state-run telecom company, has reportedly accepted the challenge and responded with a fierce move.

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  • Black Money: 54 chartered accountants,company secretaries under I-T scanner in New Delhi

    Almost 54 chartered accountants and company secretaries have come under the radar of the Income Tax department and the Enforcement Directorate over money laundering through shell companies, say India Today's sources.

    India Today
  • Gaikwad should look into his own heart, says victim

    The 60-year-old Air India manager, who was assaulted by Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, on Friday said the lawmaker has to look into his own heart and realise what he has done. Recounting his ordeal, R Sukumar, the airline’s duty manager at Delhi airport, said the MP started hitting him with his sandals while he was trying to reason with him – asking him to alight from the aircraft as it was to be prepared for its flight to Goa. "I requested him to deboard the aircraft as the cleaning staff had to do their work. While I was talking to him he started hitting me with slippers. Everyone tried to stop him but he kept hitting me with his slippers. The crew members tried to stop him but he hit me with

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  • Lucknow goes veg: Meat, chicken, eggs off menu as sellers begin strike

    Not just buffalo meat, Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow is fast heading towards a non-vegetarian crisis as entire chicken, goat meat and egg markets have begun shutting down. While more than 80% markets of non-vegetarian items already downed shutters on Friday, various traders’ associations have declared strike from Saturday. Under the circumstances, vegetable prices, which were on the decline for last one week, are likely to register a steep hike. “The indefinite strike begins tomorrow (Saturday), but most of the shops have shut down today (Friday). We have advised the sellers who have stocks in their shops, to sell till tonight and then shut shops from Saturday morning,” said Md Rizwan Siddiqui,

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  • Hate posters against Muslims found in two Uttar Pradesh mosques

    Anti-Muslim posters have surfaced in two villages of Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly district over the past week, prompting a police investigation against suspected hate-mongers trying to provoke communal tension. Villagers at Kargaina in Subhashnagar said on Friday that posters were found in the local mosques, asking Muslims to stop using loudspeakers for the azaan — the muezzin’s call to prayer five times a day. The message printed on a white paper further said namaz or prayer would not be allowed in mosques if loudspeakers are continued to be used. Kargaina is a thickly populated village on the Bareilly-Badaun highway. Of its population of 9,000, around 3,000 are Muslims, who mostly live on one side

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