• Deepika spill beans on how she got her debut Hollywood role

    New Delhi [India], Jan. 19 (ANI): Deepika Padukone, who aims for world domination with her Hollywood debut 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage', recently revealed on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' about how she got the part in the flick. While making her debut appearance on the world famous chat show, the 'Tamasha' star said, "I actually auditioned for 'Fast and Furious 7' about two-three years ago but for whatever reason that didn't work out.

  • Karim Morani Raped Me Multiple Times, Promised Marriage: Claims Woman In Police Complaint

    However the Moranis’ spokesperson has sent out a message to media outlets rubbishing the claims. The heat is on

  • 5 promising Indian cricketers whose career faded away

    The list includes a spinner who played his last Test at the age of 20 and a batsman who averaged nearly 70 in f-c but played just one Test.

  • UNEARTHED: Roast Masters Krushna Abhishek & Bharti Singh’s SECRET Deal

    The plug has been pulled from their show, Comedy Nights Bachao Taaza, but comedians Krushna Abhishek and Bharti Singh are not worried. We tell you why

  • Deepika: It's A Planned Baby, My Weight Is Increasing, My Clothes Are Getting Tight

    Deepika Singh talks to SpotboyE.com at length about her pregnancy, break, shopping and of course, her husband Rohit Raj Goyal

  • Saturn In Sagittarius: Surge Of Optimism Or A Period Of Doom – What Awaits The World At Large?

    One of the most significant transits is nearing – Saturn is about to change Signs. In this article, we Ganesha explains how Saturn's journey in Sagittarius will impact the world at large.

  • Ranbir doesn't want to be a father like me: Rishi Kapoor

    New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who is known for his outspoken nature, says he has always tried to maintain a gap between him and his son, actor Ranbir Kapoor when it comes to talking about personal life. Rishi on Tuesday launched his autobiography, titled "Khullam Khulla - Rishi Kapoor Uncensored", here. In his autobiography, Rishi has revealed some of the unknown aspects of his life, right from his and his late father Raj Kapoor's affairs with co-stars to his belief on father-son relationship and his passion for acting.

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  • TBI Blogs: How a 20-Year-Old Went from Selling Newspapers to Working at a Multinational Company

    Shashikant Jaiswal has faced severe hardships, but he’s struggled on, and is now a shining inspiration for other members of his community. Shashikant Jaiswal is 20 years old, and can tell you the exact date when Mahatma Phule Nagar, a slum cluster adjacent to IIT Bombay, came up. Mahatma Phule Nagar has a large population of Dalits.

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  • Award-Winning Directors Ashwiny And Nitesh Tiwari Work Together In ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’

    The husband-wife creative duo, Nitesh and Ashwiny Tiwari are at an all-time high after having had a great 2016. While Nitesh won the Filmfare Best Director award for 'Dangal,' Ashwiny won her Filmfare Debut Director award for 'Nil Battey Sannata.' Ashwiny's next directorial venture 'Bareilly Ki Barfi' is written by husband Nitesh Tiwari and is a "slice of life" film starring Kriti Sanon, Ayushmaan Khurrana and Rajkumar Rao.

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  • Gold slips from eight-week high as inflation data lifts dollar

    By Marcy Nicholson and Jan Harvey NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Gold retreated on Wednesday from the previous day's eight-week high as data showing the biggest pick-up in U.S. consumer prices in 2-1/2 years lifted the dollar and U.S. Treasury yields. Moves were muted however as the markets awaited a speech by Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen later in the session, which will be closely watched for clues on U.S. monetary policy. U.S. gold futures for February delivery settled down 0.07 percent at $1,212.10.

  • Mulayam gives in, not to fight Akhilesh

    The raging feud within the Samajwadi Party (SP) family appears to be nearing a resolution. Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday virtually gave in to his son and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav following Monday’s Election Commission’s ruling in the latter’s favour. According to sources within the SP, Mulayam, who had a meeting with Akhilesh on Tuesday, agreed not to put up his candidates against the nominees of the Akhilesh faction, provided his and his younger brother Shivpal Singh Yadav’s supporters were accommodated by Akhilesh in his list. Mulayam would not challenge the EC decision in the court as he had indicated earlier, according to the sources. Akhilesh also made it clear on Tuesday

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  • Aamir comes out in support of 'Dangal' actress Zaira Wasim

    Mumbai, Jan 17 (IANS) Bollywood star Aamir Khan on Tuesday described "Dangal" co-star Zaira Wasim -- who came under attack after meeting Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti -- as a "role model", even as "I am with Zaira" continued to be one of the top trending hashtags on the social media world. Zaira, who has won accolades for playing the role of the younger Geeta Phogat -- a Commonwealth gold medallist wrestler -- met Mufti last week and the pictures of the meeting appeared online, drawing flak from some online trollers in Kashmir. Aamir and a host of others came to the 16-year-old Kashmiri girl's defence, urging critics to leave her alone, after she issued an apology on Monday for "unintentionally hurting people's sentiments" by meeting Mufti.

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  • TBI Blogs: Kalki Koechlin is in a Documentary Made by a Pakistani Filmmaker. And It’s Brilliant!

    The India-Pakistan conflict has been a topic of hot debate on both sides of the border. Politicians and media have been accused of sensationalising the topic for personal gains. Now, a Pakistani filmmaker and an Indian actress are teaming up for a documentary that looks at people on the ground in both countries, and their opinions on this polarising topic. Pakistan witnessed one of the ugliest faces of terror in the form of the Peshawar attacks on 16th December, 2014. Across the border, India struggled with its secular identity under the weight of rising Hindutva groups during the same period.

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  • TBI Food Secrets: The Fascinating History of Rasgulla and the ‘Sweet’ Battle Over its Origin

    From the bylanes of Kolkata and the temples of Puri to the power corridors of Rashtrapati Bhawan, Rasgulla remains one of India’s best-loved culinary inventions. Photo Source History reveals some interesting facts about the origins of this celebrated Indian sweet. Many Odias claim that the answer lies in the history of Puri in Odisha, where this 700-year-old sweet dish was part of a ritual.

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  • Neeti Mohan's shopping rendezvous

    Mumbai, Jan 17 (IANS) Singer Neeti Mohan sent the crew of singing reality show "The Voice India Season 2" into a tizzy when she went missing from the sets, only to be found on a shopping break with her sister Shakti. Neeti, best known for songs like "Kheech meri photo", "Jiya re" and "Ishq wala love", is a judge on the &TV show. "We work on a tight schedule and everyone freaked out when Neeti was nowhere to be found on sets.

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  • Meet the Bangalore Neurosurgeon Who Has Pedaled Hard to Fund 97 Spinal Surgeries till Date

    Dr. Arvind Bhateja, one of the top neurosurgeons in the country — with over 3,000 surgeries and a bevy of awards under his belt — has performed 97 free or subsidised spinal surgeries for underprivileged patients from 2013 to December 2016. Dr Bhateja has two distinct identities. The Bangalore-based doctor heads the neurosurgical team at Sita Bhateja Speciality Hospital (named after his mother who is also a doctor).

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  • Eight Men Have as Much Money as Half the World

    The richest eight people on the planet have a total of $426 billion.

  • RBI has pumped in 9.2 trillion rupees of new notes - source

    By Nigam Prusty NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India has injected 9.2 trillion rupees ($135.21 billion) worth of new currency notes into the banking system to help replace the notes banned in November, a parliamentary panel member quoted central bank governor Urjit Patel as saying on Wednesday. Patel met the panel on finance to answer questions about the Nov. 8 abolition of 500- and 1,000-rupees notes, or 86 percent of the currency then in circulation, in a bid to unearth billions of dollars of unaccounted money. Patel, however, failed to provide any figure for how many of the banned notes had been deposited into the banking system and he did not provide clarity on when the cash situation would become normal, according to a second member of the panel who was also present at the appearance.

  • Kolkata ATC declares emergency post flight diversion: IndiGo

    New Delhi/Kolkata, Jan 18 (IANS) Budget passenger carrier IndiGo on Wednesday said Kolkata Air Traffic Control declared a 'full emergency for landing' when its Delhi-Dibrugarh flight landed in Kolkata as a 'precautionary diversion' due to a technical snag. According to the airline, the Kolkata ATC took the decision to declare the 'precautionary flight diversion' as a 'full emergency for landing' on a 'suo moto' basis. "IndiGo's Captain-in-Command operating Delhi-Dibrugarh flight 6E-3645, decided to divert aircraft to Kolkata due to a technical snag as a precautionary measure," the airline said in a statement.

  • Karan Singh Grover to auction his artwork for a cause

    Mumbai, Jan 17 (IANS) Karan Singh Grover will be host a fundraiser through an art exhibition -- all for a good cause. "I like abstract art since it's a way of expressing my emotions on the canvas. The actor is into abstract art.

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