• Kareena Kapoor Khan Parties Hard With Her Besties

    Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Malaika Arora Khan and Amrita Arora were caught on a selfie, where we can see them partying and having a good time. Karisma was looking all pretty and serious in her all black attire. Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is currently shooting for R.Balki’s next titled ‘Ki and Ka’, is riding on cloud nine after the success of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’.

    Business of Cinema
  • Sheena Murder Mystery: Rewind three years to mango tree, skeleton

    The last time Ganesh Dhene had walked off the path and into the Raigad forest, he had looked on as the skeletal remains of an unknown individual was lowered into the earth. Only the onlookers and their intent had changed — from two policemen and a few tribal men the last time who believed they had laid an unidentified body to rest to nearly 150 men today, most of them members of the Mumbai Police, who hoped the muddy grave would reveal secrets long buried. A team of the Mumbai and Raigad Police, five forensic experts from Mumbai’s Kalina Forensic Laboratory (FSL) and hired labour had walked into the forest on Pen-Khopoli road at 6 am today after alleged revelations by accused Shyam Rai about how and where he had allegedly dumped the body of Sheena Bora, daughter of Indrani Mukerjea.

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  • Baahubali In The Oscar Race?

    Directed by S. S Rajamouli, Baahubali is the biggest film ever made in Telugu cinema with more than 200 crore budget. On its first day, Baahubali saw over 50% footfalls in theatres. The film, which starred actors Rana Daggubati, Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, and Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead roles, released in four languages, and had got massive response from all over the world.

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  • India snubs Chinese military parade

    CHINA’S invitation to the Pakistani military and perceptions of an anti- Japanese sentiment may have led to India rejecting a Chinese request to send troops for a high- profile military parade on September 3. The Beijing parade next week will see as many as 1,000 foreign troops from 17 countries march in China for the first time alongside the People’s Liberation Army ( PLA), which will hold a rare public display of some of its most advanced battle- tanks, bombers and missiles. China had earlier this year requested India, as well as Pakistan and several other countries, to send high- level representation as well as a contingent of 75 troops for the parade, which will mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.

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  • WWE TLC: Five things we have learned from SummerSlam

    Thanks to WWE 2k16, Sport360’s Barny Read travelled to New York City for WWE SummerSlam. NEW YORK CITY -- Highly controversial, equally entertaining and surprising, it’s been a somewhat normal week for the WWE. SummerSlam rolled into Brooklyn’s Barclays Centre with the promise of some mouth-watering matchups and fans left the arena aghast, angry and delighted.

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  • Former Apple CEO launches Obi Worldphone SF1, SJ1.5 priced at $199, $129

    Obi Worldphone has launched two smartphones SF1 and SJ1.5. Obi Worldphone SF1 is priced at $199 and Obi Worldphone SJ1.5 is priced at $129.

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  • How much it costs for a single person to live in 24 major US cities

    Even if you're living on your own, expenses can add up — especially in a big city. Single...

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  • Apple's new 'rose gold' color option for iPhone 6S - The Economic Times

    For months we've been hearing that Apple plans to launch a new pink color for the iPhone 6S, but now we have a better idea of exactly how that will look. The iPhone 6S will come in a rose gold color that looks exactly like the color choice Apple introduced for its high-end Apple Watch, reports 9to5mac's Mark Gurman.

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  • Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa calls on ‘Cho’ Ramaswamy

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Thursday called on Tamil weekly magazine Thuglak’s Editor ‘Cho’ Ramaswamy, who has been hospitalised in Chennai and enquired about his health. ‘Cho’ Ramaswamy was admitted in

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  • Sonakshi tweets apology to Delhi harassment accused

    Mumbai, Aug 28 (PTI) Actress Sonakshi Sinha says she made a mistake in judging Sarabjit Singh, who was arrested for allegedly harassing a Delhi University student in West Delhi’s Tilak Nagar, and has apologised to the youth. The girl uploaded Sarabjit’s photograph on Facebook and wrote about the alleged incident in a post, which went viral, with many slamming the guy.

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  • Snakes in the city: Don’t panic!

    As the forest cover in cities gets gradually wiped out, animals are desperately taking refuge in unlikely places - offices, homes and public places. But while lions, leopards, elephants and deer may invite intrigue, snakes seem to trigger panic.

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  • Smart City project: Centre releases full list of 98 cities

    Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu Thursday unveiled the list of 98 urban centres that will be transformed into 'smart cities' over the next five years. In an intra-state competition, Uttar Pradesh topped the

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  • Money markets to remain open on all Saturdays: Reserve Bank of India

    With government declaring the second and fourth Saturdays as public holiday for banks from September 1, RBI today said that all money market segments will continue to remain open on all Saturdays.

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  • First person: The story behind how Sanjay Gandhi slapped Indira six times at a dinner party

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lewis M Simons was the Washington Post correspondent in Delhi when the Emergency was imposed. Simons recounts how he got the story and the reaction of Sonia and Rajiv Gandhi when he met them long after the Emergency had been lifted. You did a story in the Washington Post quoting an unnamed source who claimed that Sanjay Gandhi had slapped his mother, Indira Gandhi, six times at a dinner party.

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  • Film review: Phantom

    Despite a few good moments, a simplistic revenge fantasy

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  • Happy Onam: Time to treat your taste buds with Kerala's traditional dishes

    For all food connoisseurs, the main highlight of Onam is Onam Sadya, a grand feast which is traditionally served on a Banana leaf. This ‘mouth-watering’ feast is to be relished without the use of cutlery and is an indispensable part of the festivity. We bring you an insight into the scrumptious items that comprise the Onam thali.

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  • Alia Bhatt: I Want To Run My House Like My Mom

    Many Bollywood celebrities have come out in support of helping the society and so has the young doll of Bollywood Alia Bhatt. Alia is one of the eight faces of Girl Rising - Woh Padegi Woh Udegi- campaign along with Priyanka Chopra, Parineeti Chopra, Frieda Pinto, Sushmita Sen, Madhuri Dixit and Nandita Das.

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  • Xi just changed the rules of the game in China — and that makes things scarier for everyone

    The rules of engagement have changed in China. There was a time when loyalty to the party, and...

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  • LIVE | India vs Sri Lanka 3rd Test Day 1: Rain halts play

    India vs Sri Lanka third Test, SSC, Colombo: Angelo Mathews wins toss, hosts to bowl first.

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  • ISRO's Naughty Boy | Ajay Sukumaran | Aug 28,2015

    It's now twice in a row that India's space agency has got its heavy-lift rocket to behave, the one its scientists call the 'naughty boy'. As ISRO's chairman A S Kiran Kumar put it, Thursday's flawless flight of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) D6 showed that the rocket's first successful flight last year, using a homegrown cryogenic propulsion system, was no fluke. A heavy-lift vehicle has been the missing piece in ISRO's ambitions for years.

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