• Box Office: Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s Third Friday Business!

    Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan is still going surprising smooth on its third Friday at the Box Office. After having a decent and successful second week run at the Box Office, the record breaking film, Bajrangi Bhaijaan collected Rs. 4.25 crore net (42

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  • Check out this curious little girl, any guesses who she is?

    Peering over her mother's shoulder with an inquisitive look on her face, can you guess who this little actress is?

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  • Teenage mother kills newborn baby, then goes shopping with dead body

    By: AP | New York | Updated: July 31, 2015 10:28 am Eighteen-year-old Tiona Rodriguez pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors say a teenager suffocated her just-born baby before taking his body with her on a trip to Victoria’s Secret in New York City. Eighteen-year-old Tiona Rodriguez pleaded not guilty Thursday to a murder charge stemming from the shopping trip two years ago. Prosecutors say she was arrested on a shoplifting charge at the store, and her 8-pound newborn was found dead in a bag she was carrying.

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  • If Yakub never came back from Pakistan - Mumbai Mirror -

    Sixteen months after the Bombay bomb blasts of 1993 which he helped engineer, Yakub Memon decided to return to India from Pakistan. Following a covert deal with intelligence agencies (alluded to in intelligence officer B Raman's posthumously-published piece last week), Yakub's arrest was staged at New Delhi railway station on July 24, 1994. Just as Ajmal Kasab's arrest on the night of November 26, 2008, provided clinching proof of Pakistan's complicity, Yakub returned to India with demonstrable proof of the ISI's involvement in the terror strike on Bombay.

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  • O Womaniya: Watch gang of women beating up a ‘characterless’ husband in front of cops - News18.com

    A wife with her gang of women took the case of her husband in Kanpur.  The incident took place in

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  • Drishyam Review: An Unremarkable Remake

    Ajay Devgn plays Vijay Salgaonkar who runs a local cable TV service in a village is Goa state. Vijay spends most of his nights in the office watching movies and his days dining at a local tea stall. Vijay now takes it upon himself to cover up the crime and protect his family from the law.

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  • 7 habits that invite the wrath of Goddess Lakshmi

    Who doesn’t want Goddess Lakshmi besides them? She is the Goddess of wealth and if you want to attract Lakshmi to your home, you need to know a few things that displease her and should avoid that. Lakshmi Maa is known to be very unstable by nature; she

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  • Backpackers in Australia facing sex demands for visa signatures: Official - The Times of India

    Some backpacking travellers to Australia are being coerced to perform sexual acts for employers who must sign documents allowing them to extend their visas.

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  • Why this UP boy stopped eating after Kalam's death news - News18.com

    Akash has not eaten anything since the death of his 'Kaka Kalam'. He is in a deep grief, as he

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  • Monthly Tarot Forecast for August by Mita Bhan

    Celebrity astrologer Mita Bhan unfolds Tarot Readings for the month of August 2015. Let's see what the cards reveal for your sun sign:  Aries August is the month of making choices. No more sitting on the fence. No more procrastinating. No more avoiding

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  • Yakub hanged: Justice was rolling even in the dead of night, says lawyer

    Behind the unprecedented pre-dawn hearing for a petition to save ’93 blasts convict Yakub Memon from the noose was a team of advocates in Delhi who were testing to see if the Indian judicial system could uphold the rights of a death row prisoner, as is granted by the Constitution of India. While Memon couldn’t be saved, the events that unfolded in the dead of night, the team said, signified that India’s justice system could still protect the rights of a death row convict until the very last second of his life.

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  • 'What do Kashmiris want: Stay with India or Pak?'

    Aryan M is only in class 7 at Cambridge School but he wanted to know the answer to an explosive question about Kashmir. “What do the people of Kashmir want to do? Be with India or Pakistan?” he asked at the inauguration of the Cottons Model United Nations on Thursday. “When I was your age I did not even know where Kashmir was,” he quipped.

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  • India A cricket teams announced

    Chennai, Aug 1 (IANS) The India A teams for the one-day tri-series and the two-match four-day Test series against South Africa A were announced here on Saturday. The All-India Senior Selection Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (

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  • Erectile Dysfunction Is Actually Pretty Common In Younger Guys. Here's Why

    The commercials for Viagra may make it seem like erectile dysfunction is an issue reserved for older men (after all, it affects nearly half of men over 40). In fact, erectile dysfunction is found in about 26 percent of men under the age of 40, according to a study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.. “We used to think that psychological disorders were the only cause of ED in this age group, but now we know that’s not the case,” Michael Eisenberg, MD, director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at Stanford Medical Center, tells Yahoo Health.

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  • Ghost of Afzal Guru returns to haunt government | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Yakub Memon's funeral has reignited the demand for the return of the mortal remains of Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru to his family members in the Kashmir valley. Guru was hanged and buried in the Tihar jail on February 9, 2013 after his mercy petition was rejected by the President Pranab Mukherjee. Since then the demands for the return of his mortal remains have been a rallying issue for the separatists and mainstream parties who play soft-separatist cards.

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  • Met Tiger Memon in PoK: Kashmir MLA

    Srinagar : Former militant-turned Congress MLA Usman Majeed on Friday stoked a controversy by claiming he had met Tiger Memon after the 1993 Mumbai blasts in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir during which he seemed “worried” about his brother Yakub’s surrender fearing the ISI might kill him. “I met Tiger in 1993.

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  • IndiaGlitz - Illayathalapathy Vijay takes up Dr.Kalam's Path - Tamil Movie News

    The whole nation is still bidding a tearful farewell to the most beloved People’s President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and news that most countries in the world, including the US and UK have let their flags fly at half mast makes us even more proud to have lived during his time.

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  • A 'chaprasi, bhangi, dhobi' from Pak can make a better NSA than Ajit Doval, says anchor

    Islamabad, July 31 (ANI): A Pakistani political writer, television host, journalist, and political analyst, has said that a 'chaprasi (peon), bhangi (sweeper), or a dhobi (washerman)' from Pakistan can make a better Indian National Security Adviser (NSA) than Ajit Doval. Anchoring a television show in Pakistan on July 28, Dr. Shahid Masood said that everybody had to have a high opinion of Mr. Ajit Doval, because of the publicity of his so-called achievements, but his recent antics (Karname), have shown that even a "chaprasi" (peon) in Pakistan could deliver a better operation than the recent Gurdaspur episode.

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  • Is Period Stain A Bane In Woman’s life?

    The hypocritical society still struggles with the shame of period stain.

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  • Drishyam review: A decent copy, but Ajay Devgn will make you long for Mohanlal, Kamal Haasan - Firstpost

    Drishyam is the Hindi remake of a Malayalam blockbuster by the same name, masterminded by writer and director, Jeethu Joseph. Kamat pares down an otherwise lengthy first half, which may not have been a good move. In the original, this length was particularly vital to establishing the central relationships between the lead and his family. Comparisons aside, Drishyam has a terrific, killer plot (even if it is 'inspired').

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