• Lakshmi Manchu Steals The Show At Brother Manoj’s Wedding!

    Telugu star Manchu Manoj tied the knot with Pranathi Reddy yesterday in a grand ceremony attended by some of the biggest Tollywood celebrities. While women and men dressed fabulously in traditional garments were spotted everywhere, the most attention caught was by the sister of the groom, actress Lakshmi Manchu. Lakshmi took to her official Facebook page to give us a sneak peek of the attire she donned for the wedding bash.

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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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  • 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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  • '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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  • Jayalalithaa to return as chief minister of Tamil Nadu

    One of India's most powerful politicians, Jayalalithaa Jayaram, is set to return as chief minister of Tamil Nadu following a nine-month break, after a court overturned her conviction in a corruption case. A former film star who has a cult-like following in Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa also wields influence in national politics, with her AIADMK party holding the third largest number of seats in India's lower house of parliament. Jayalalithaa is expected to be sworn in as chief minister as early as Saturday.

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  • Kashmir Girl ends life after a boy posts her morphed conjoined picture on Facebook | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Conservative Kashmir has slipped into a shock after a class XII student committed suicide two days after a boy posted her morphed conjoined picture with him on his Facebook page at remote Palpora-Magam village in Handwara tehsil of the border district of Kupwara. Police have registered a case and is yet to arrest the boy who had posted morphed picture of girl along with him and posted on his Facebook page sparking clashes between the two families. Police have filed three separate first information reports (FIRs) after series of incidents rocked Handwara. "It was a picture of the boy and girl superimposed in a heart shape frame and posted on the Facebook.

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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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  • Shah Rukh Khan Takes A Dig On Salman Khan

    The long lost friends for years, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan had patched up with each other last year during Arpita Khan’s wedding. Salman and SRK’s lookalikes are seen into a battle that was posted on YouTube channel. The comical video shows a rap battle between Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan.

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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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  • Caught: Sushant Singh Rajput In A Dilemma

    Sushant Singh Rajput who will be seen playing Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the biopic is prepping for the film. Sushant has been regularly attending the Chennai Super Kings matches to see Dhoni play live. The actor was last seen in Chennai, where he was present for all the CSK matches to watch the cricketer play and get an understanding of his body language.

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  • SBI Q4 net profit beats estimates, bad loans down

    State Bank of India(SBI.NS), the nation's top lender by assets, reported a better-than-expected 23 percent rise in quarterly profit on Friday and said its bad loan ratio declined sharply, sending its shares up by more than 5 percent. Weaker economic activity has also taken a toll on loan growth for banks.

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  • Open letter to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan: This ad you figure in is insidiously racist

    In the advertisement you appear to be representing aristocracy from a bygone era – bejewelled, poised and relaxing while an obviously underage slave-child, very dark and emaciated, struggles to hold an oversize umbrella over your head. While advertisers routinely use fantasy images to sell products, they must surely desist from using images that condone, legitimise, normalise, or build desirable fantasy around slavery or servitude of any kind, including child slavery or child servitude. Further, the extremely fair colour of your skin (as projected in the advertisement) contrasted with the black skin of the slave-boy is obviously a deliberate "creative" juxtaposition by the advertising agency, and insidiously racist.

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  • Swamy almost ties the knot at wedding

    Tirunelveli(TN), May 20 (PTI) BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today found himself in an awkward situation while presiding over a wedding here when he inadvertently appeared to be on the verge of tying the mangalsutra instead of handing it over to the groom. Swamy was presiding over the wedding of a party colleague at a temple when the faux pas occurred. Quick on her feet, his party colleague Chandralekha made a timely intervention and prodded Swamy to give the mangalsutra to the groom. Rectifying the situation, Swamy, repentingly smiling, handed over the mangalsutra to the groom, who duly tied it around the bride’s neck.

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  • Gujarat: 24-year-old gangrape victim asks HC to allow her to abort 27-week-old fetus

    According to the current rules, it is illegal to abort a foetus if it's older than 20 weeks.

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  • The second-oldest person in the world told us her secrets to a long life

    Susannah Mushatt Jones has loved bacon for more than a century. Jones is blind, and partially deaf, but with steady, fervent hands, she searched her plate for morsels and shoveled them into her mouth. The routine is the same each day for Jones.

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  • Mukesh Ambani keeps salary capped at Rs 15 crore for 7th year | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Mukesh Ambani keeps salary capped at Rs 15 crore for 7th year - His remuneration for 2013-14 included Rs 4.16 crore as salary, perquisites and allowances of Rs 60 lakh, retirement benefits of Rs 83 lakh and Rs 9.41 crore as commission on profit.

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  • Sonu Nigam: We will be called insecure if we say bad things about Honey Singh

    By Shaheen Irani, Glamsham Editorial While many Bollywood musicians may have criticized Honey Singh earlier, Sonu Nigam thinks otherwise. When asked about his take on rap and rappers like Honey Singh at TANU WEDS MANU RETURNS sangeet ceremony and the movie promotions, Sonu Nigam said, "We should not point fingers on the audiences. Speaking more about Honey Singh, Sonu added, "He has done good work.

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  • Monsoon enters Sri Lanka; Kerala coast next on the list

    Establishment of monsoon conditions over Sri Lanka was the positive signal on a day when the India Met Department suffered a setback over both the seas around the South. Monsoon establishing over Sri Lanka is the most significant news after its onset over the Andaman and Nicobar islands in Indian territorial waters on Saturday last. The Met merely hoped that it would cover more areas in the Bay of Bengal over the next two days. It had mentioned about the prospects of a low-pressure area developing in the Bay which could have revved up the Bay arm of the monsoon.

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  • Here's why rising number of Indians are property-hunting in Dubai

    When India-born millionaire BR Shetty snapped up the 100th floor of the iconic Burj Khalifa in Dubai, it was perhaps just a trophy asset for him. “What better address than ‘BR Shetty, 100, Burj Khalifa, Dubai’", he said in 2010, when announcing the deal to buy the apartments. To get a better sense of how and why Indians are investing in Dubai, Yahoo India spoke to Haider Ali Khan, CEO of Bayut.com.

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