• Salman Khan And Sonam Kapoor Look Hotter Than Ever On Magazine Cover

    We have no doubt that Salman Khan is indeed the hottest star of our industry. Just when we thought that Salman Khan could not look better and hotter than ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ he has given his fans a surprise appearance. You will be delighted and certainly awed by seeing Salman and Sonam portray and flaunt such natural chemistry.

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  • Amrita Rao Loses Her Luggage At Jaipur Airport

    Actress Amrita Rao, who is currently shooting in Jaipur, could not find one of her bag when she landed at the Pink City. Amrita is in Jaipur for The Jaipur Jewellery Show. According to a source, Amrita has filed a complaint about her luggage with the airlines in Jaipur.

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  • ‘ India had planned air raids in Pak’

    PAKISTAN’S former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri made startling revelations on India Today Television on Monday.

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  • Harbhajan Singh And Geeta Basra’s Royal Wedding Card!

    The invitation card also includes a admit card which the guests are expected to carry at a wedding reception held at a five star hotel in Delhi. Since many years there have been rumours about Geeta Basra’s secret relationship with Harbhajan Singh but now its no more a secret and the amazing couple are all set for their D-day. Well, It’s another big fat wedding in Indian cricket team after cricketers Dinesh Karthik with Dipika Pallikal and Suresh Raina tied the knot with childhood friend Priyanka Chaudhary, this year.

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  • NRI couple donate USD 100 million to NYU School of Engineering

    New Delhi, Oct.5 (ANI): NYU President John Sexton and Katepalli R. Sreenivasan, dean of the School of Engineering, today announced a USD 100 million gift from Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon for engineering at NYU. The gift, which will principally support faculty hiring and academic programs, is intended to build on the engineering school's existing practice of cross-disciplinary innovation and entrepreneurship and achieve new levels of academic excellence in engineering. The school will be re-named the NYU Tandon School of Engineering in recognition of the Tandons' generosity and their belief in the school's mission and promise.

  • Chinese President Jinping 'says no' to naming Mark Zuckerberg's unborn child

    Shanghai, Oct. 5 (ANI): Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was left disappointed when Chinese President Xi Jinping refused his request to name his unborn child at a White House dinner last week. With Facebook still banned in China, the President remained unyielding to Zuckerberg as he turned down his request for a Chinese name for his child, the shanghaiist.com said.

  • Will the festive season bring good news for Bollywood?

    This year, so far, Bollywood has witnessed more flops than hits. But, as we enter the last quarter of 2015, film trade experts are hopeful. “All is not lost,” says Taran Adarsh, trade analyst, adding, “We have two big festivals coming up — Diwali and Christmas.” According to industry insiders, the upcoming festive period is expected to make up for all the duds that Bollywood has delivered in the last nine months. After all, the biggest stars are all set to hit the big screen. The films that will release this year include Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor), Dilwale (Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol), Bajirao Mastani (Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra), Tamasha (Ranbir

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  • Won't let 'NRI Gujaratis' destroy Bihar, says Lalu'

    Patna, Oct. 5 (ANI): Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav on Monday hit back at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah over his 'jungle raj' remark and said the 'NRI Gujaratis' do not know Bihar better than him and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. "Who knows Bihar better than the Bihari pair of Lalu and Nitish?

  • Mr. Modi’s schedule - Mumbai Mirror -

    In the second exciting leak of its kind in recent memory, hot on the heels of Rahul Gandhi's Hindi speech to the Indian Parliament that was scripted in Roman, an image of Mr. Narendra Modi's personal copy of his schedule has been making its way across select circles. Emblazoned with Mr. Modi's notes, here is a first exclusive look at this document before it makes its way to the powerbrokers in Lutyens' Delhi, and through them to passive-aggressive peddlers of snark on Twitter and assorted uncles who specialise in forwards on Whatsapp. Prepare for visit to Silicon Valley by watching tape of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, provided by Vikas Swarup, Official Spokesperson, Ministry of External Affairs, GoI.

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  • Cricket: Cuttack faces ban calls after crowd trouble

    New Delhi, Oct 6, 2015 (AFP) - India great Sunil Gavaskar led calls on Tuesday for Cuttack to be banned as a cricket venue after crowd trouble twice brought a halt to play in a Twenty20 international against South Africa.

  • Jet Airways slashes international fares up to 30 percent

    New Delhi, Oct 5 (IANS) Airline major Jet Airways on Monday slashed fares on its international network by up to 30 percent on base fare, under a six-day special discount offer. The six-day discount fare ...

  • Cops issue notice to Flipkart for joining phone theft probe

    Delhi Police Monday sent a notice to Flipkart and asked them to join a probe into the sale of hundreds of mobile phones stolen by agents registered with the e-tailer. The notice, addressed to the CEO of Flipkart, came following the arrest of six persons and recovery of stolen high-end mobile phones worth around Rs 1 crore, said sources. The police recovered 209 of the 600 mobile phones stolen from a cargo hub at Indira Gandhi International Airport, the sources added.

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  • IRCTC extends e-ticketing timing by 15 minutes

    New Delhi, Oct.5 (ANI): In yet another passenger-friendly initiative, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has extended the time for e-ticket booking on its portal by 15 minutes - till 11.45 p.m. Before the introduction of the new timing, passengers were allowed to book tickets through e-ticketing till 11.30 p.m. Under the earlier arrangement, the IRCTC used to shut down its main server for one hour every day - from 11.30 p.m. to 12. With the introduction of the new system on September 20, IRCTC's main server will be closed for 45 minutes only-from 11.45 p.m. to 12.30 a.m. It is because of such an arrangement that passengers can now avail e-ticketing facility for an extra 15 minutes. Recently, IRCTC, a 'mini Ratna' PSU of Indian Railways, had imported five new HP Itanium servers from Singapore to speed up e-ticketing operations on its digital platform.

  • Rahul Gandhi claimed pay, allowance during leave of absence: RSS

    In its recent edition, RSS mouthpiece Organiser has alleged that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi claimed his salary and allowances during his 56-day “leave of absence” earlier this year. In its report, “Expose: Rahul gets pay without work”, in the edition released on Sunday, Organiser has claimed to have accessed official documents to show that Rahul availed these benefits during the Budget Session. Rahul had left before the Budget Session began on February 23, and returned on April 16.

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  • Kerala chutney powder's demand rising abroad

    Kochi, Oct 5 (IANS) The export of Kerala's traditional coconut chutney powder is on the rise. For the last fiscal, it has touched $85,949 value or about Rs.56 lakh, the Coconut Development Board (CDB) says. The figures for coconut chutney exports have been constantly rising over the past few fiscals, a report prepared by the CDB shows.

  • Price hike puts popular U.S. Disneyland annual pass over $1,000

    By Daina Beth Solomon LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Disneyland has hiked rates for its annual passes, a spokeswoman said on Monday, putting some prices above $1,000 for the first time as the Southern California theme park owned by Walt Disney Co cashes in on growing demand during peak seasons. One daily pass was discontinued while two costlier options were added on Sunday, a move that provoked frustration across social media with some fans saying they would not renew at higher rates.   Suzi Brown, Disneyland Resort’s director of media relations, said the international tourist attraction generally raises ticket prices once a year.

  • Asian Ebola virus active in almost all states, says NIV study

    Known as ‘the Asian Ebola virus’, the CCHF or the Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever virus, is now believed to be prevalent across the country. A study by the National Institute of Virology (NIV) here has determined 17 outbreaks so far, affecting 50 people, most of whom succumbed to the virus. The CCHF has a fatality rate of up to 80 per cent. First detected in January 2011 in Ahmedabad, the virus that spreads from animals to humans is now active across almost all states, with Himachal Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan and Gujarat reporting cases, a sero-survey shows.

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  • RBI initiates corrective action on Indian Overseas Bank

    State-run Indian Overseas Bank said on Monday the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had ordered a so-called "prompt corrective action", adding the action would not have any material impact on its performance. Under RBI rules a prompt corrective action is triggered if a lender sees its capital base eroding, a sharp jump in bad loan ratios or its return on assets dropping below 0.25 percent.

  • Asus launches first Windows 10 laptop

    ZenBook UX305LA - priced at Rs.97,990, ahead of the upcoming festive season. "The new laptop is a perfect balance of great looks and functionality which delivers a powerful performance with the Windows 10 combination. The Indian consumers are increasingly moving towards ultraportable products and the featherweight ZenBook UX305LA is a real performer that redefines this segment with its svelte design," said Asus India managing director Peter Chang.

  • Kill cops instead of committing suicide: Hardik to Patel youth

    "If you have so much courage, then go and kill a couple of policemen. Patels never commit suicide," Hardik said in Surat on Saturday.

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