• Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Stunning Cannes Look

    The former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who completes 14 years representing L’Oreal at Cannes, has always stunned us with her red carpet looks. Before her red carpet appearance, Aishwarya also attended the Variety and UN Women’s panel discussion, during the 68th International film festival on Saturday (May 16) on gender equality in a floral Sabyasachi creation along with other panelists including Salma Hayek, Elisabeth Karlsen, Christine Vauchon and Parker Posey. For her first red carpet appearance at Cannes 2015, Aishwarya opted for a teal Elie Saab gown where she looked stunning and was termed the Green Goddess by the media here.

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  • ROTATING STRIKE: Dhoni has no time to mentor

    Dhoni has made it clear that he has no time to groom youngsters and would rather focus on the job in hand – to win the cash-rich league.

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  • IndiaGlitz - Shaam ties the knot to Manisha Koirala - Tamil Movie News

    Amid rumours that director A M R Ramesh's next venture 'Oru Melliya Kodu' is based on the mysterious death of Sunanda Pushkar, a scene was shot recently, in which Shaam entered wedlock with Manisha Koirala. While confirming that he is acting opposite Manisha and the wedding scene was canned recently, Shaam is however not ready to reveal much details about the movie. On working with Manisha, he says, "Her energey levels are amazing.

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  • Indonesian Who Offered Her Hand With Her House Hits New Snag

    Indonesian homeowner Wina Lia, who offered to marry whoever agreed to purchase her house, has now discovered that the man of her dreams is in fact already married. Redi Eko agreed to wed Wina as well as buy her home, and had admitted that he was once married, but another woman has since stepped forward, claiming she is still his legitimate wife, Indonesian media reports. Redi’s alleged wife, Endang Titin Wapriyustia, who, like Wina, is a single mother who earns a living by running a beauty salon, also said that she was “surprised” when she heard her husband wanted to marry another woman.

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  • As it happened: Jayalalithaa sworn in as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister

    Ms. Jayalalithaa will take the oath as Chief Minister — for the fifth time — at a ceremony to be held at the Centenary Hall of the University of Madras at 11 a.m on Saturday. 11:14 a.m.: First batch of Ministers of Jayalalithaa Cabinet take oath together, perhaps for the first time in the State's history. 11: 13 a.m.: Jayalalithaa's Council of Ministers take oath. 11.07 a.m: Jayalalithaa takes oath as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister.

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  • Meet the 22-year-old blogger who gets paid up to $15,000 for a single Instagram post - The Times of India

    Danielle Bernstein, the personal-style blogger behind We Wore What, recently told Harper's Bazaar that she can make as much as $15,000 from a single Instagram post.

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  • Mohammad Azharuddin biopic: Three tons, two wives, one false step

    Mohammad Azharuddin’s cricket career was in itself nothing short of a soap opera. A teaser that was aptly named Ek Khuda, Do shaadi aur match-fixing (One God, two wives and match-fixing) and captured the essence of his dramatic career on-and-off the field.

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  • Jayalalithaa takes oath as Tamil Nadu CM; BJP leaders, Rajnikanth present at swearing-in ceremony - The Times of India

    Ending more than seven months of administrative uncertainty in Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa was sworn in the chief minister at a glittering ceremony in the centenary auditorium of University of Madras on Saturday at 11.05am.

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  • Home Guard who ‘harassed’ British tourist on train held

    The Government Railway Police (GRP), Punjab, arrested Home Guard Sukhwinder Singh Thursday, two days after a British tourist accused him of sexually harassing her on board Shaheed Express while she was travelling from Amritsar to New Delhi. The Indian Express had reported the incident in its May 21 edition. Additional Director General of GRP, Rohit Chaudhary, confirmed that Singh had been nabbed.

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  • Apple Accidentally Posts Photo Of New iPhone

    Well this is embarrassing... Apple, famed as the world’s most secretive technology company, has accidentally posted photos of a new, unknown iPhone straight to its Apple Store website. Interestingly the shot comes as a direct result of Apple launching its new Lightning Dock with the last photo in the listing showing what appears to be an iPhone 5C, but one which clearly sports a Touch ID fingerprint sensor (old vs new comparison shot on page 2). Since the iPhone 5C doesn’t currently have Touch ID, it appears we are looking at its successor - possibly the heavily rumoured iPhone 6C.

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  • Rajiv Gandhi’s rare pictures from Express archives

    Rajiv Gandhi, who was the sixth and youngest Prime Minister of India, was assassinated on May 21, 1991 at Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu during a poll campaign.

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  • A Honda City is cheaper than this Audi bicycle

    The fuel it runs on is the cheapest, while the bicycle itself is, almost, unaffordable

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  • Azhar first look: Emraan Hashmi aces the look for the former cricket captain

    The first look of Emraan Hashmi's next, a biopic on former captain of Indian cricket team Mohammed Azharuddin, was launched on Thursday evening. Speaking about his role in the movie at the launch, Emraan Hashmi said, "There are many challenges like cricketing style, which is very unconventional, I am an average gully cricketer.

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  • History of Shahrukh Khan ’s Injury, Surgery and Accidents

    Shahrukh Khan over the years has suffered multiple injuries while shooting for a film. Check out the timeline of all his injury, accidents & surgery...

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  • Kunal Kohli’s Phir Se Gets An Ad Interim Stay

    While the makers of the Kunal Kohli-Jennifer Winget starrer romantic comedy Phir Se were accused of plagiarism by writer Jyoti Kapoor, Kunal defends his film clarifying that the matter is sub judice and the court has granted an ad interim stay and kept the matter post vacations. The debate on copyright and plagiarism is settled, it is neither. What is left to be decided is merely one principal aspect, what is the value of an idea which should be in direct proportion to the authorship.” “For all concerned, the matter is sub judice.

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  • 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' review: The racy plot is a total delight - The Economic Times

    "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" boasts of one of the finest double roles ever in Hindi cinema. Kangana is breathtakingly good and Madhavan does a fine job as Manu.

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  • Gujarat: 24-year-old gangrape victim asks HC to allow her to abort 27-week-old fetus

    According to the current rules, it is illegal to abort a foetus if it's older than 20 weeks.

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  • How Modi’s push for domestic oil production could aggravate India’s conflict with Pakistan, China

    In March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking at an event in Delhi, set an extremely difficult challenge for the country’s oil and gas companies and the people who devise policies for them. The challenge was to cut down India’s oil imports by 10% from the current figure of 77% before the years 2022, and to bridge this gap with an increase in domestic production. The prime minister’s advertised goal left industry experts confounded particularly since the ground realities of crude oil in India don’t augur well. Barely a few weeks after Modi’s speech, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan declared that the days of extracting “easy oil” from the country’s biggest oil fields, Bombay High, are “nearing end”.

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  • Meher Khalil: Man who saved Sri Lankan team from 2009 attack in Pakistan, still in trauma - The Economic Times

    LAHORE: Meher Khalil earned fame and success after saving Sri Lanka's cricket team from a deadly 2009 attack in Pakistan, but the bus driver calls the incident "tragic" and says it is best forgotten. The 43-year-old will be one of the guests of honour at Lahore's Gaffafi Stadium on Friday, when Pakistan play Zimbabwe in their first home international since the notorious incident. Khalil was driving the team's bus when it was attacked by rocket launcher and machine gun-wielding extremists in an assault that left eight people dead and seven players injured.

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  • Lonely man finds a home in Islam, and then in Islamic State

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Before he left New Zealand, Mark Taylor spoke with a local television network. "I've been lonely all my life," he said. "Been rejected by people. Used by people. Abused by people."He said that by converting to Islam, he

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