• Bill Gates just described his biggest fear — and it could kill 33 million people in less than a year

    (Inc) Bill Gates. You would think that Bill Gates, the ever-so-friendly richest man in the world, wouldn't be afraid of much.  But as he recently told Ezra Klein at Vox, he does have some major fears for humanity.  "I rate the chance of a nuclear war

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  • As Maggi goes off menu, Nestle gears up for damage control

    All hands are on deck at Nestle India as it grapples with possibly its biggest crisis in three decades. Maggi, India's best known comfort food after staples such as rice, dal and wheat, has been on a downward sales spiral after the Food & Drugs Administration of Uttar Pradesh said it contained lead and mono sodium glutamate (MSG) beyond the permissible limit. Since then, three state governments - Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka - have said they too will test samples of the product, which gives Nestle India almost 30 per cent of its revenues. The central government has said it will look into the matter and so will the country's apex food regulator, the Food Safety & Standards Authority of India.

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  • Your Birth Path Number defines Your Traits

    According to astroYogi astrologers knowing your birth path number can help you take control of your life ranging from health, career even your personal relationships. Your life path is the most important and to find out your birth number, take your birth date and add the numbers separately until you reach a single digit number, make sure that you add your full year of birth and not just the last two digits. The single digit number will be your birth path number.

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  • Billionaire barber: Ramesh Babu

    Rarely do you step into a salon and get a haircut from a billionaire for 100 bucks. At the Inner Space salon, near Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru, you will spot businessman G. Ramesh Babu talking to his clients and giving them new hairstyles. For Ramesh, who’s grandparents are from Anantapur, it has been a story of rags to riches. This was because at that time there was no taxi rental service which rented out luxury cars, even for big delegates,” he says.

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  • Akshay Kumar Relives His Childhood With Daughter Nitara

    Doting dad Akshay Kumar has yet again proved that he is childlike at heart. The Khiladi star was spotted plucking mangoes for her daughter Nitara. Akshay Kumar took to his twitter account and retweeted wife Twinkle Khanna’s tweet, he tweeted Revisiting our own childhood.

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  • Maruti ‘YBA’ sub-4m SUV to be powered by Fiat’s 1.3L diesel engine – Report

    Planned 1.5-liter diesel engine has hit roadblocks. The Maruti YBA (codename for the brand's sub-4 meter offering) is due to launch in India early next year. Several reports indicated that the YBA wil...

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  • Know The Unfamiliar Dilemmas Faced by Shireen Mirza urf Simmi of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein

    All is not well with Shireen Mirza urf Simmi Bhalla of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein. Poor Shireen has dislocated one of the bones in her foot. Good for Shireen that the production house gave her holiday, else it would be really difficult for her to work and mend her broken leg.

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  • Rohit Sharma’s night out with fiancee Ritika Sajdeh

    Rohit Sharma, after leading MI to IPL victory, was at the CEAT cricket awards with fiancee Ritika Sajdeh in Mumbai.

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  • Shastri is the winner - Pune Mirror -

    After talking to relevant people, BCCI decides to stick to coaches Bharat, Bangar, Sreedhar as well

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  • Meenakshi Dixit: I'm not late to join Bollywood

    By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial She's been acting in South films since 2009 but it's now that actress Meenakshi Dixit will be seen making her Bollywood debut with Kundan Shah's P SE PM TAK. Ask her the reason for delay and she says, "I'm not late to join Bollywood.

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  • No can do: Meet the young women from rural India who are refusing to marry 'unsuitable boys'

    Yeh shaadi nahii ho saktii!" We've even had a recent Hindi film on first a groom and then his (different) bride running away from the wedding ceremony, refusing to tie the knot – or be tied down with it. After initial rituals, the bride, who is a graduate, suspected the groom to be illiterate, the girl's family members said.

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  • Oracle won another battle in its epic war with Google, and the whole computer industry is nervous about it

    At issue is whether Google illegally copied part of the Android mobile operating system from a technology called Java, which is now owned by Oracle. Some computer experts argue, however, that the part Google used should be broadly shared to make it easier to build new software programs. The latest thing in Oracle's favor: The Department of Justice has filed an amicus brief siding with Oracle and recommending that the Supreme Court not look at the case (at least not yet).

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  • Salman Khan’s Special Speech At Arpita-Ayush’s Mandi Reception

    Bollywood actor Salman Khan reached Mandi, Himachal Pradesh on Monday May 26 to be part of little sister Arpita Khan Sharma and brother in law Aayush Sharma’s grand reception. Aayush Sharma’s dad Anil Sharma who is state Rural Development Minister organized a traditional fest attended by ten thousand guests at pandal ground in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. A traditional wedding reception was organized at Aayush Sharma’s hometown attended by Salman’s actor-brother Sohail Khan, mother Salma Khan, sister Alvira and brother-in-lawAtul Agnihotri and other family members.

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  • 'Dil Dhadakne Do' cast on sets of Kapil Sharma's show

    As part of their promotional itinerary for 'Dil Dhadakne Do', Anil Kapoor, Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma appeared on 'Comedy Nights With Kapil'

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  • A psychologist says these personality types are most likely to clash at work

    Conflict at work is inevitable, but some personalities are more likely to clash than others. To cope with that discord, one company — Wells Fargo — recruited Tim Ursiny, Ph.D., a business psychologist and the founder of Advantage Coaching, to help employees deal with negativity. Ursiny tells Business Insider that conflict within business teams often stems from personality differences.

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  • This Shah Rukh Khan, AbRam Moment is All You Need to See Today - NDTV Movies

    SRK and AbRam were watching the actor's IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders play Shilpa Shetty's Rajasthan Royals two weeks ago. In the VIP stand with them were SRK's Dilwale co-stars Kriti Sanon (pictured next to Khans senior and junior) and Varun Dhawan.

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  • Sameera Reddy delivers a baby boy | Bollywood News | Hindi Movies News | Celebrity News - BollywoodHungama.com

    Sameera Reddy delivers a baby boy - BollywoodHungama.com news. Sameera Reddy, who got married to Akshay Varde in January, last year, delivered a baby boy yesterday

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  • French Bean and Chana Dal Stir-fry

    Preparation Time: 5 minsCooking Time: 15 minsMakes 4 servings A typical South Indian way of preparing French beans, perked up with soaked chana dal and flavoured with a traditional tempering. The chana dal helps provide crunch and volume to the stir-fry

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  • Bandipur elephant eats handbag, cards and all - Bangalore Mirror

    A family, who tried to click a selfie (or should we call it elphie?) with an elephant at Bandipur, had a close shave when the pachyderm charged at their car and had their bag containing debit cards, cash and gold taken away. The scenes of this alarming incident were captured by a Kerala-based wildlife photographer Austin Cherupuzha. Speaking to Bangalore Mirror, Austin said the incident occurred on Friday in Bandipur at 5 pm when a couple -- yet to be identified -- travelling towards Ooty decided to take a selfie with an elephant with its calf in the backdrop.

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  • What you need to know about Lassa fever

    On Monday, May 25, an unnamed man died from Ebola-like symptoms in a New Jersey hospital. Initially, he was sent home; he failed to tell doctors he had been in West Africa. Monday night, doctors diagnosed him with Lassa fever and he died from complications of the disease. Officials from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) arrived in New Jersey the next day to help the hospital ensure all of its doctors and nurses were not infected, and to help local officials find anyone else who may have been in contact with the man.

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