• Kangana’s BIG LIE: ‘Highest paid actress’ gets only Rs 3 crore

    What happened to all the tom-tomming that she charges Rs 11 crore per film?

  • 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.

    Business of Cinema
  • 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.

    Business of Cinema
  • Once Again Salman Khan Has Proved How Possessive He Is About Iulia Vantur

    Bollywood’s Sultan Salman Khan is madly in love with someone but he is not in a mood to make his relationship public. Although his attachment and concern towards the Romanian beauty Iulia Vantur always revealed his love for her but both, Salman and Iulia are not in a rush to go ahead and make a lifetime commitment. Being under the spotlight for so many years Salman understands the moves of his fans and media very well.

    Business of Cinema
  • NALCO to explore building smelter in Iran

    National Aluminium Co Ltd and Iran's mining development body have agreed to explore the possibility of building an aluminium smelter in Iran, NALCO said in a statement on Monday, as New Delhi tries to ...

  • Rishi Kapoor 'thrilled' about 'shauchalaya' named after him

    New Delhi, May24 (ANI): Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor has responded to the protest by the Congress workers in Uttar Pradesh's Allahabad city, who have named a public toilet in the city after the Bollywood actor. This protest came after Kapoor's scathing attack on the Nehru-Gandhi family over a series of tweets. "If roads in Delhi can be changed why not Congress assets/property ke naam?

  • 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?

    The Indian Express
  • 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.

    The Indian Express
  • 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

    The Economic Times q
  • The Amma of all freebies

    AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa takes oath as CM for the sixth time n Minutes after swearing-in, delivers on a slew of poll promises, including shut-down of 500 liqour shops n Burying political acrimony, DMK leader Stalin attends the ceremony Amma has no intentions to slow down, at least when it comes to offering freebies or doling out the voters with what they want. Minutes after she was sworn in, Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa on Monday ordered a slew of measures aimed at fulfilling her electoral promises, including waiving crop loans of farmers and free units of electricity to consumers. As a first step in total prohibition, she ordered the immediate closure of 500 TASMAC outlets across

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  • Here's All You Need to Know About Deepika's Sizzling Item Number in Raabta

    As we all know, sometime ago it was reported that Deepika Padukone will be making a special appearance in friend Dinesh Vijan’s maiden directorial venture Raabta. As far as Deepika is concerned, she was last seen in Bajirao Mastani.

  • Virat Kohli advised rest: Patil

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) All-India cricket senior selection committee chairman Sandeep Patil on Tuesday said that India Test skipper Virat Kohli has been advised rest by the team's physiotherapist Patrick Farhart after the completion of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and before the all-important Test series tour of West Indies in July-August. Kohli has been performing for India in all the formats of the game over the past year or so and has been in stupendous form for IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore with 919 runs in 14 games.

    IANS India Private Limited
  • ‘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.

    The Indian Express
  • Cancer Weekly Horoscope

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

    Marie Claire
  • Cancer fast spreading its roots in Punjab: Report

    A whopping 33,940 cases of cancer have been recorded in Punjab from January 2012 to December 31 2013, as per a new report. Called the “Development of an Atlas of Cancer in Punjab State”, the report is the first in a continuing project and was released by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in New Delhi. The numbers were gathered from 29 centers across the state including all the cancer registries under National Cancer Registry Programme and other functional registries.

    The Indian Express
  • Ishani Sharma eats 40 cups of ice cream in one day

    Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) Ishani Sharma, who is making her acting debut with "Humko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karein", ate 40 cups of ice cream on the set of the forthcoming TV show to beat the heat. An ice-cream truck was called on the set of the show for one of the sequences and the cast took the opportunity and turned it into an ice cream party. Ishani, who will play the role of Ankohi Tilak Mehra on the show, had to shoot a scene that required her to taste various flavours of ice cream.

    IANS India Private Limited
  • Jayalalithaa swearing-in ceremony: Stalin surprises with appearance

    DMK's patriarch M. Karunanithi was irked by the seating arrangement at the function. In a short but grand ceremony, AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa took oath as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu on Monday, starting her sixth term as Chief Minister of the State. While her victory is still the talk of the town, the oath-taking function had an unexpected guest. Much to everyone's surprise, DMK treasurer M.K. Stalin was also present at the ceremony. Mr. Stalin was spotted being seated in the 16th row at the Madras University Centenary Auditorium, the venue of the swearing-in function, which is usually avoided by Opposition leaders. Mr. Stalin won the Kolathur seat in the 2016 Tamil Nadu elections.

    The Hindu q
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook India visit: Here are the top announcements

    While there's a fair bit of analysis going around on what Tim Cook's visit means for India, there were some significant announcements. The first big announcement with Tim Cook's India visit was the opening of a new iOS App Design and Development Centre in Bengaluru.

    The Indian Express
  • CBSE IIT JEE Advanced 2016: Maths paper tough, check analysis

    IIT JEE Advance 2016: Around two lakh students had appeared for the JEE (Advanced) examination for entry into the coveted IITs. The format of the JEE (Advanced) Paper-1 is more or less like the questions that were asked prior to 2015. There were 5 questions from Organic Chemistry, 6 from Inorganic Chemistry and 7 from Physical Chemistry.

    The Indian Express
  • An unusual newspaper advertisement leads Mumbai cops to dead man’s kin

    Last month, when the Mumbai Police found a dead man whom no one wanted to claim their own, the force took the unusual decision of announcing his demise in a newspaper advertisement. Within hours of the day’s newspapers hitting the stands on April 9, Sub-Inspector Sanjay Shisale’s cell phone rang — and what he hadn’t been able to achieve with numerous letters and emails was made possible with a small single column advertisement in a corner of the Times of India. The advertisement, which was placed in two other newspapers as well, read, “Amboli Police Station informs the public hereby that Mr Surendra Mulchand Durwani, age 60 years, residing at flat No. 8, B Wing, Bhimchayya Co-Op Hsg.

    The Indian Express