• Arpita Khan backlashes body shamers

    New Delhi, May 25(ANI): Seems like Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan is in no mood to take the haters anymore. The new-mother, who is in the states at present, enjoying vacation with hubby Aayush Sharma and son Ahil, took to her Instagram account to post a strong message against all those who have criticised her time and again with nasty comments on her family, her weight, her baby boy, husband and lifestyle.

  • Rajiv Shukla to take up Gayle issue with BCCI

    Mumbai, by Gaurav Gupta • Last updated on Wednesday, 25 May, 2016, 07:27 AM Chris Gayle's controversial remarks in an interview he gave to a female journalist in a British newspaper (The Times) has led to the Melbourne Renegades announcing that they will not offer him a fresh contract for next season's Big Bash League (BBL). Gayle also faces a possible censure from English county club Somerset, for whom he's slated to play soon. The Jamaican's latest antics may have just put him in serious trouble in the IPL too. Gayle had told the journalist he has "a very, very big bat, the biggest in the wooooorld. You think you could lift it? You'd need two hands." Under fire since then, the 36-year-old later

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  • In poor season at Telugu box office, fans of film stars go online to abuse one another

    Recently, overenthusiastic fans of K Pawan Kalyan targeted actor Allu Arjun, demanding that he speak in praise the latter. Allu Arjun refused, much to the chagrin of Pawan’s fans who started heckling him and later trolled him online for days with the hashtag “chooskuntam, brother” (we will see you, brother). Another actor, Erada Naresh, also known as Allari Naresh, was forced to say that actor Mahesh Babu deserves a national award.

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  • In rare thaw, Jayalalithaa thanks Stalin for attending function

    SIGNALLING a rare thaw in relations between AIADMK and DMK, the two main parties in Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa Tuesday reached out to DMK leader M K Stalin, assuring him that she would have ensured a front-row seat for him at her oath-taking ceremony if she had known he would attend. Stalin had been seated in the 12th row during the ceremony on Monday, prompting a furious reaction from his father and DMK supremo, M Karunanidhi, who accused the AIADMK chief of denying his party due respect. Stalin was on Tuesday named Leader of Opposition in the 234-member state assembly by the DMK-Congress alliance which claimed 98 seats in the recent elections.

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  • Vinod Kambli lashes out at Indian selectors for ignoring few Mumbai cricketers for West Indies tour

    Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane and Shardul Thakur are the three players selected from the Mumbai team.

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  • Good schooling, hard work behind Tina Dabi's UPSC success: Shubhra Ranjan

    Ankur Garg did it in 2012 and Tina Dabi did it in 2016 - both of them cleared the UPSC exam in the first attempt at the age of 22. Garg is now posted as deputy commissioner, south-west. What is so exceptional about students like Dabi and Garg who manage to clear one of the toughest exams in the country in the first attempt?Firstpost spoke to Shubhra Ranjan whose classes Dabi attended for preparing for the exam to understand what makes someone a topper and how the profile of those aspiring for civil services has changed over the years.Your student topped the civil service exam this year. Do you see something special in the toppers?This exam is, I think, the first step to bureaucratisation. The

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  • From None To Nun – Sofia Hayat Is A Nun Now

    Bigg Boss season seven contestant Sofia Hayat was in the news while she filed a police complaint against Armaan Kohli under three sections and later mentioned that police watched the footage and charged him under two extra sections. Later Armaan Kohli was released on bail very quickly and later Sofia told the media that she was upset about it. Sofia Hayat was also in the news when she threatened to post her nude photographs for her ex-boyfriend cricketer Rohit Sharma.

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  • Akshay Kumar Speaks Up On Being Discriminated!

    According to previous reports, many Indian superstars such as Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra have faced racism abroad. Now, Akshay Kumar confesses that he has been at the receiving end of racism but he never let it affect him in anyway, as he doesn’t believing in giving racists any attention. Call it co-incidence, Akshay’s character in his next release Housefull 3 also deals with an English racist coach.

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  • Your Horoscope for This Week

    Here's what's in store for you the week of May 23.

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  • MS Dhoni, the odd man out in team of five new faces

    A tour of Zimbabwe is a double-edged sword for Indian cricketers in the recent years. The seniors are usually in fatigue mode, the tour also often comes at end of a busy season, and if you don’t try out new faces against Zimbabwe, then when will you?

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  • Is turning down $100 million ever a good idea? Daniel Craig says yes

    Why turning down a bigger paycheck is sometimes a good idea.

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  • 16 times birthday boy Shirish Kunder rocked it on Twitter

    Film-maker Shirish Kunder, who's also Bollywood director and choreographer Farah Khan's husband, has made quite a name for himself, and it's in the most unlikeliest of spaces — Twitter. Kunder is one of Bollywood's most followed Twitter personalities for his candid tweets, wit, humour and most importantly, his controversial statements that create more buzz than his movies.

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  • EgyptAir crash: General Insurance Corporation stares at claims of up to Rs 50 crore

    MUMBAI: General Insurance Corporation of India, the country's designated national reinsurer, expects a $5-7.5 million (Rs 33-50 crore) insurance claim in connection with Thursday's crash of an EgyptAir Airbus A320 in the Mediterranean Sea. The claim will relate mainly to passenger liability and damage to the airline. "We have a 5.5% share (of the total claim) in the Egyptian airline," said a GIC executive. "For us, the claim will come from two segments—hull and machinery, and passengers' liability. This could come to $5-7.5 million." Flight MS804 had 56 passengers and 10 crew members on board. A massive search operation is on near Greece's Karpathos island where some remains of the aircraft and

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  • Mumbai: Woman stabbed to death, police hunt for killer

    MOMENTS after an assailant stabbed on her back Tuesday morning, Karishma Mane (23) walked about 100 feet to get the attention of passers-by. A salesgirl in Dadar’s Bhoomi Plaza, Mane was on her way to work when she was attacked less than 200 metres from her home in Suman Nagar. “At 9.57 am, Mane’s uncle called her on her cellphone but the call went unattended.

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  • Virgo Weekly Horoscope

    Here's what's in store for you the week of May 23.

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  • Confirmed! Alia-Sidharth to Star in Aashiqui 3

    As we all know, Alia Bhatt is one of the fastest rising stars in the Hindi film industry today. In merely four years, the actress has quite successfully established herself as a bankable name courtesy her sincere performances, bubbly personality and charming screen presence.

  • LeEco Le 2, Le Max 2 and Le 2 Pro launching in India on June 8

    LeEco Le 2, Le 2 Pro, and Le Max 2 are expected to hit the Indian smartphone market early June. LeEco, which launched the three smartphones in Beijing last month, has sent out invites for a June 8 event in New Delhi.

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  • India announce squad for West Indies tour 2016; Ajinkya Rahane named vice-captain

    The Indian selectors on Monday announced the 15-member squad of India for the upcoming tour of West Indies. India are scheduled to play a four Tests against West Indies, as it will also be the first bilateral affair between the two nations since late 2014. Opening batsman Ajinkya Rahane was named the vice-captain for the side, while the side would be led by regular skipper Virat Kohli. Shardul Thakur was the only new face in the side.

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  • ‘Sexist ploy’: DU Girls’ hostel residents – Students go to DCW against provost letter to parents

    After the provost of the Under Graduate Hostel for Girls of DU wrote to parents of students who protested against water crisis in their hostel last month, saying their act was a “violation of rules” and gave the hostel a “bad reputation”, the students Monday complained to the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW). The students submitted their demands to the DCW. It includes a call for removal of the provost, Rita Kakkar.

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  • Finishing PhD now a political responsibility for me: Kanhaiya

    Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar, who is out on bail in a sedition case in connection with an event on campus, on Tuesday said finishing his PhD is now more of a “political responsibility” for him rather than an academic one. “Questions are being raised about taxpayers money being spent on us and why our PhDs are taking so long and subsidies being given to us..so it has now become more of a political responsibility on me than being an academic mandate,” he said during a conclave here organised by the Centre for Policy Analysis. Addressing the audience on the topic “Universities: Crushing dissent, equity and public funding”, the 29-year-old researcher said the government was trying to destroy the education system in India.

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