• Yahoo Movies Review: Phantom

    Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub Direction: Kabir Khan Rating: *** Kabir Khan is on a roll. Well, almost. Phantom is a well-intentioned film – the canvas is appropriate, the plot is interesting and he has put together a seemingly reliable cast – however, the first half is too simplistic and seems hastily put together; the director manages to salvage a sizeable chunk in the second half but it still falls short on many accounts. I guess having sampled a robust espionage tale like Baby (directed by Neeraj Pandey) earlier this year; Phantom seems like a feeble attempt at replicating the thrill.

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  • Sheena Bora Murder: Indrani Mukerjea Confesses On Her Daughter!

    Earlier, we reported the shocking murder mystery on how Indrani Mukerjea, founder of 9X Media, and wife of former Star India CEO Peter Mukerjea, was arrested on Tuesday, August 25. Just over three years after Mumbai resident Sheena Bora went missing, the police have arrested Indrani Mukerjea after being accused of murdering her sister and dumping the body in the ravines of Maharashtra’s Raigad district. The murder case has a new twist and turn, after the police investigation was carried on Wednesday.

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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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  • 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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  • Why has India blocked mobile internet messaging? - BBC News

    A curfew has been imposed and the army has been called in - and now authorities have turned off mobile internet access in some parts of Gujarat. Reports differ on how extensive the block is and what exactly it covers, but it appears that mobile messaging has been cut off in the main city of Ahmedabad and other cities. The riots kicked off after protests by some from the Patel community, a caste that that makes up about a fifth of Gujarat's population.

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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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  • India Will Soon Knock Down Dawood And Hafiz Saeed

    India’s NSA Ajit Doval Devises A Strategy To Deal Dawood And Saeed.

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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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  • How Peter could turn into a smitten fool

    PETER Mukerjea was once voted the class joker in his year at Harvard. An investor in the INX group and once a close family friend of the Mukerjeas says when Peter met Indrani, he was smitten. "You look at him now and think how could a man who helmed Star India with such professional, cold, logic could turn into such a smitten fool." Overnight, Mukerjea apparently turned into what his friends now call a little schoolboy in love.

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  • Film-maker releases a dozen clips of controversial Modi speeches made just after Gujarat riots

    On Sunday Rakesh Sharma, director of Final Solution, the acclaimed documentary on the Gujarat riots of 2002, released a dozen clips online that were not part of the original two-and-a-half-hour version of the film. The film severely indicts Narendra Modi, the state's chief minister and the Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate. Many of these short films contain speeches that Modi delivered after the carnage, including during his Gaurav Yatra and campaigning for the state election several months after the 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom. Many of these speeches are no longer available online, Sharma said.

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  • The 11 best dog breeds, ranked!

    Dogs are the best. Incredibly loyal, they comfort, protect, and love their humans...

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  • Youth climbs railway coach, gets electrocuted - News18.com

    An unidentified youth was electrocuted to death on Wednesday when he came in contact with live high-tension wire when he

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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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  • Compensate PSBs for Jan-Dhan Yojana: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan - The Economic Times

    MUMBAI: Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan has taken on the government for thrusting the Jan Dhan Yojana on public sector banks and has called for compensating the PSU lenders. This observation from Rajan comes in the central bank's annual report which has a new section - 'Governor's overview'. "We should recognise that PSBs undertake public interest activities (like the rollout of accounts under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana) that are not always fully compensated.

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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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  • Anti-Pakistan sentiment: Not a Bollywood gimmick anymore?

    A man of pure heart and pious virtues leaves Pakistan, and a huge crowd gathers to wave him off back to India. People who have grown up watching Deols and Devgns bashing Pakistan for silliest reasons are silently wiping their tears. Interestingly, Kabir Khan, who was simultaneously shooting for Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif-starrer Phantom, is back, but this time the scenario is different. Based on S Hussain Zaidi’s bestseller Mumbai Avengers, Phantom features some undercover agents who are in Pakistan to carry out the most important assignment of their life.

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  • Amazon India to sell refurbished smartphones from Surpluss

    Ecommerce platform Amazon India has entered into a partnership with Surpluss.in to sell refurbished smartphones by Samsung and Xiaomi on its platform. As of now, Surpluss is selling around 25 refurbished Samsung smartphones and one Xiaomi Mi3 smartphone on Amazon. Interestingly, some other sellers are also selling refurbished devices on Amazon including the iPhone and some Sony devices. On its own website, Surpluss sells various unboxed, refurbished, overstocked and new products.

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  • Festival Special: Five things you must do this Onam! | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    God’s Own Country is a delight to be in during Onam as the state comes alive with music and festivities. If you are unable to travel to Kerala during the festival, here are some ways you can celebrate this colourful festival in your city. Come Onam, it means a feast, not just for the senses, but also for the tastebuds. This vegetarian meal that is fit for a king must not be missed.

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