• 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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    American Express OPEN Cards can help your business grow. Learn more about the Business Gold Card's 25,000 point welcome offer! Terms Apply.

  • 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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  • 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, whose 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • And It’s A Baby Boy For Sameera Reddy!

    Sameera Reddy and husband Akshai Varde have all the reasons to smile now. Sameera tied the knot with Akshai last year in January. Actress Sameera was spotted with a baby bump and glowing skin earlier and has finally added one more member in the family.

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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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  • Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Abhishek off mom-dad duty, attend Ambanis bash

    Aishwarya Rai Bachchan spent quality time with hubby Abhishek as the couple attend Ambanis bash for Mumbai Indians.

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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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  • Singapore Airlines Airbus loses power in-flight to both engines

    A Singapore Airlines Airbus with 182 passengers and 12 crew on board lost power to both engines en route to Shanghai -- reportedly falling 13,000 feet -- the airline said Wednesday as it announced an investigation into the incident. The Airbus A330-300 flight on May 23 "encountered bad weather at 39,000 feet (11.9 kilometres) about three and a half hours after departure" from Singapore, the airline said in a statement. "Both engines experienced a temporary loss of power and the pilots followed operational procedures to restore normal operation of the engines," it said.

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  • Five charts that puncture the bogey of Muslim population growth

    A report released last week by the Pew Research Center predicting that India will overtake Indonesia as the country with the largest Muslim population has set off the usual suspects. In response, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Saturday asked Hindus to have more children to rectify this "demographic imbalance" and predicted that soon Muslims will overtake the number of Hindus in India. Malthusian fears of a Muslim takeover of India have been a core part of the Hindutva agenda for almost a century now. After the 2002 Gujarat pogrom, for example, Narendra Modi characterised the violence-affected Muslims in riot camps as “baby-producing factories”.

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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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  • New ISRO satellite will revolutionise Internet in India. Read how

    "This will be a technology that will eliminate cables and will be ideal for smart cities that are being planned in the country," said Tapan Misra, director, SAC, a crucial arm of ISRO.

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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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  • Raj Kapoor's true-blue heir

    Could there be anything that epitomises the swashbuckling Kapoor charm more than this archival picture taken in the fifties, featuring family patriarch Prithviraj, surrounded by his three handsome sons, Raj, Shammi and Shashi Kapoor, with his grandson Randhir Kapoor on his lap? With their blue green eyes and peaches and cream complexion, these men from Rawalpindi defined what north Indian an-mag was all about.

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  • Rani Padmini and four other Hindutva history myths exploded

    The biggest news story coming out of India in 2014 was the triumph at the polls of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Led by the charismatic Narendra Modi, the BJP achieved what many considered impossible: an absolute majority in the Lok Sabha. Modi and a number of his colleagues subscribe to ideas I have described in a previous column as Raving Loony Hindutva History. Here, in reverse chronological order, I list five major myths that have gained mainstream acceptance in India.

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  • DMK leaves assembly seat wide open for AIADMK, not to contest by-poll - The Economic Times

    CHENNAI: DMK president M Karunanidhi has said that his party will not contest in the recently announced by-poll in RK Nagar assembly constituency in North Chennai where Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa is expected to contest from in order to regain her status as an MLA. After having to step down from her post as Chief Minister following a trial court conviction in September 2014, Jayalailthaa also had to give up her post as an elected MLA from the Srirangam constituency.

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  • Sexy Sunny Leone 'races' for a cause!

    Sunny along with her husband is gearing up to raise funds for the cancer society through the marathon race event. A source close to Sunny Leone revealed that the actress along with her husband Daniel have been hitting the race track hard since they would like to raise monies for the cancer society via this marathon.

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  • Employees should transfer their dormant PF accounts - The Times of India

    Anu, who had moved to Pune five years ago and had taken up a new job, was surprised to hear from an ex-colleague and friend, who reminded her to transfer her dormant employee provident fund (EPF) account to that maintained by the new employer.

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