• Watch: This Is How Shekhar Suman Had Reacted On Kangana Ranaut-Adhyayan Suman Affair

    Shekhar Suman is called as the Amitabh Bachchan of the small screen and his career has been so fascinating and a big encouragement for many who have desired to be part of the television industry. Later, on to revive son Adhyayan’s career papa Shekhar Suman even directed a movie Heartless but unfortunately, it bombed at the box office. It was said that Shekhar was never happy with Adhyayan dating Kangana Ranaut and he wanted them to separate and recently Adhyayan has opened up about Kangana Ranaut’s mental instability, abusive behavior, physical violence, and black magic.

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  • Salman Khan Chooses Jacqueline Fernandez Over Katrina Kaif!

    Katrina Kaif will certainly ask Salman Khan Kya hua tera wada if the recent media reports are true. Jokes apart, we know that Salman Khan had expressed his desire to cast Katrina Kaif under his banner and produce a movie for her as we know Afghan Jalebi’s career is suffering as much as Ranbir Kapoor’s career post-breakup. Well, it’s all dismissed ! Yes, it’s reportedly said Katrina Kaif and Fawad Khan will not be working in the next production of Salman Khan, in fact, he has taken a U-Turn on his statement for casting Katrina and he has selected his blockbuster movie Kick co-star Jacqueline Fernandez and new heartthrob Sushant Singh Rajput as the main leads for his next.

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  • IPL 2016, RPS vs GL: Faf Du Plessis out of IPL, Supergiants bring in Usman Khawaja

    Pune: On paper, it’s going to be a toss-up between IPL’s two new franchises. Rising Pune Supergiants and Gujarat Lions have so far enjoyed contrasting fortunes. After an emphatic win over defending champions Mumbai Indians in the tournament opener, MS Dhoni’s side suffered four losses on a trot, before finally running into some good form with a win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in their last match.

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  • Strangers on a train: How this artist met a woman who looked exactly like a painting she’d made

    In January 2016, while travelling on a Mumbai local train, artist Reva Pandit saw a woman looking out of the window. She kept staring at her and the woman couldn't help but gesture "What's up?" Pandit walked up to her and told her something that changed her perspective towards herself.

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  • These are the highest paying companies in the U.S.

    The best paying companies in the U.S. aren't necessarily the most glamorous nor the biggest, but they do reinforce the belief that certain careers are more lucrative than others, according to Glassdoor, ...

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  • Bipasha Basu, Karan Singh Grover’s marriage festivities begin; pooja to be held today

    Bipasha Basu is just two days away from turning a real life bride in real life and the festivities at her house have already begun. Bipasha's close friend and fitness expert Deanne Panday, who teased her fans with a glimpse of her outfit, has posted another picture of flowers and pooja thalis. The ceremonies finally begin today as the couple's sangeet will also be held in the evening in Mumbai, Bipasha and Karan Singh Grover will tie knot on April 30.

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  • Revealed: The reason why former PM Deve Gowda slept all the time

    Towards the end of my meal at the Bengaluru Oota Company (BOC), I am served an Ammani Jamoon. Ammani jamoon roughly translates into ‘grandmother’s jamoon’, and its recipe is handed down only to the daughters in a Gowda family. Prabhakar, 41, is one half — the Gowda half — of the two-month-old and enormously popular BOC (Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is a big fan).

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  • What happened with Dhoni is unfortunate: Anil Kapoor

    New Delhi, April 28 (IANS) Actor Anil Kapoor says that endorsing brands comes with a lot of responsibility but one can't presume the legitimacy of a particular company in the long run. Earlier this month, Dhoni resigned as the brand ambassador of Amrapali, days after the unhappy residents of a housing project in Noida launched a social media campaign, asking the cricketer to disassociate himself from the realty firm. Sharing his reaction on how brand endorsements are crucial for popular faces like him, Anil said: "I have always endorsed those brand whom I believed and supported." "I feel it is such a speculative business and sometimes you don't know (what will happen).

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  • Rajya Sabha LIVE: Subramanian Swamy warned of action for unnecessary provocation

    Subramanian Swamy, who triggered huge protests from Congress yesterday over his attempts to drag Sonia Gandhi in the AugustaWestland helicopter row, today again made some controversial remarks in Rajya Sabha which the Chair immediately expunged and warned him of action for unnecessary provocation.

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  • Modi to bring SRK, Sallu, Aamir together

    The trio will headline the Bollywood guest list at an event to celebrate two years of the PM's tenure. The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has sent out special invites to Bollywood A-listers for a star-studded event that marks the second anniversary of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government. The guest list is headlined by Aamir Khan, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. A crowd of over 60,000 people is expected to gather at India Gate in the Capital on May 26 for the mega event, to witness an eight-hour show, titled 'Zara Muskura Do'. It will feature a series of short films highlighting the Modi government's achievements. Unlike last year's celebrations, 'Saal Ek, Shuruaat Anek', this year's

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  • 7 Things That Will Soon Disappear Forever

    Ten years ago, thousands of Blockbuster Video stores occupied buildings like this all over the country, renting DVDs and selling popcorn. Now Blockbuster is a penny stock. Obsolescence isn't always so quick or so complete, but emerging technologies and changing practices are sounding the death knell for other familiar items.

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  • India asks UK to deport embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya

    India said on Thursday it had asked Britain to deport Vijay Mallya, the liquor tycoon who flew to London last month as bankers pressed him to repay about $1.4 billion owed by his defunct Kingfisher Airlines. The Ministry of External Affairs has written to the British High Commission seeking Mallya's return so that "his presence can be secured for investigations against him" under India's anti-moneylaundering law, spokesman Vikas Swarup told reporters. The liquor tycoon and Formula 1 boss has not disclosed his whereabouts since flying first class from Delhi to London on March 2, leaving the Indian government and bankers red faced as they try to crack down on high-profile defaulters.

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  • Trupti Desai stopped from entering Haji Ali Dargah

    Mumbai, Apr.28 (ANI): The Mumbai Police did not allow Bhumata Brigade chief Trupti Desai to come out of her car as she attempted to enter the Haji Ali Dargah this evening. Several activists had gathered outside the dargah and were chanting slogans against Desai over her decision to enter the inner sanctum. AIMIM's Haji Rafat Hussain had earlier threatened to smear black ink on activist Trupti Desai if she attempts to enter Mumbai's Haji Ali Dargah.

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  • Meet the 30-year-old prince leading the charge to wean Saudis off oil

    A 30-year old Saudi prince appears to be the driving force in Saudi oil policy-making him one of the most powerful players in the world economy.

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  • Finding lifeless Bobbi Kristina was traumatizing, boyfriend says

    The boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown said on Wednesday he tried to revive her after finding her in a bathtub last year in an incident that recalled the death of her mother, singer Whitney Houston. Nick Gordon also said Brown, who died in July 2015 at the age of 22 after suffering irreversible brain damage, became addicted to drugs after Houston's death in 2012. Gordon, 26, denied responsibility for Brown's death in interviews with the Daily Mail online on Wednesday and with U.S. television personality Dr. Phil to be aired Thursday and Friday.

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  • 10 Best Jobs for the Future

    Thinkstock The job market in the U.S. is looking good. The unemployment rate has dropped below the 5% mark for the first time since 2008 and is expected to continue trending downward . But not every profession ...

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  • Gold climbs nearly 1 percent after Fed, BoJ stand pat

    Gold rose 1 percent on Thursday to its highest in a week as the Bank of Japan held policy steady, boosting the yen versus the dollar, and after the Federal Reserve signalled that it was in no rush to tighten monetary policy. The Fed left interest rates unchanged after its latest meeting on Wednesday and, while keeping the door open to a hike in June, showed little sign it was in a hurry to tighten policy amid an apparent slowdown in the U.S. economy. Spot gold (XAU=) was up 0.7 percent at $1,254.96 an ounce at 1155 GMT, off an earlier one-week high of $1,258.70, while U.S. gold futures (GCv1) for June delivery were up $6.70 an ounce at $1,257.10.

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  • SC approves NEET for admission in MBBS

    The Supreme Court Thursday fixed the timeline for conducting the common all-India medical entrance test for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses and clarified that its directive will supersede all other orders relating to medical admissions. With this clarification, the three-judge bench led by Justice Anil R Dave made it unequivocal that all other admission tests, already held or scheduled for later, for admission to government colleges, deemed universities, private medical colleges, minority and linguistic minority colleges, stand scrapped. On Thursday, the bench, also comprising Justices Shiva Kirti Singh and Adarsh K Goel, approved the schedule placed before it by the Union Health Ministry, CBSE and the Medical Council of India (MCI).

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  • Bled by emigration, abandoned Portuguese villages lose hope of surviving

    By Andrei Khalip LISBON (Reuters) - The villages of Agracoes and Povoa de Agracoes in northern Portugal look little alike - one is a run-down cluster of dilapidated old stone houses, the other has a cosier feel, with a flower-bedecked wayside shrine and chapel. The steady drip-drip of emigration has brought down their numbers from more than 50 residents to fewer than a dozen each. It is the same desolate picture in scores of other backwater settlements in Portugal's interior, north to south.

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  • Seeds or Seedlings? How to Get Your Garden Started

    Every spring, garden centers fill up with rack upon rack of baby plants. It can be tempting to buy these nursery-grown seedlings, especially if you’re new to gardening — but are they really the right choice for you?

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