• OMG! Katrina Kaif Spotted At The Hospital

    Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif recently returned to Mumbai after wrapping up shooting schedule of her upcoming film Jagga Jasoos in Morocco. Katrina Kaif, who will star opposite estranged boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor in ‘Jagga Jasoos’, is surely going through a hectic schedule. The actress kept juggling between the shoots of ‘Baar Baar Dekho’ with Sidharth Malhotra and ‘Jagga Jasoos’ with Ranbir Kapoor.

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  • This Is How Late Pratyusha Banerjee’s Boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh Celebrated His Birthday

    The whole Television industry and even Bollywood came in shock with the sudden death of Pratyusha Banarjee. Pratyusha Banarjee shot to fame as Anandi with the popular hit show Baalika Vadhu. In the mean while she was in a relationship Rahul Raj Singh who was a producer and an actor.

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  • The money and the Impact for IPL 9

    Ahead of the Indian Premier League 2016, several players, young and old, were – to borrow the American Film Institute’s 25th best movie quote – shown the money. Which means Sunrisers Hyderabad would consider their Rs 21.75 crore shopping spree on ten new players money well spent. Which should mean that Shane Watson, Dhawal Kulkarni and Mustafizur Rahman, who all feature among the top five wicket-takers, made their franchises happy. Then there are the intangibles: the leadership abilities – and weak hamstring – that Hyderabad got with Nehra for Rs 5.5 crore; the domestic experience and dependability that came with Praveen Kumar; the long-term punt that is Karun Nair; and the mood-elevating abilities of a Dale Steyn with his selfies and fast-food treats.

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  • After 23 years in jail, I am free but what you see now is a living corpse, says Nisar

    Nisar-ud-din Ahmad says when he stepped out, he saw his brother, two years older than him, Zaheer-ud-din Ahmad, waiting. For a moment, I had forgotten I was free,” said Nisar. Nisar was among three men who walked out from Jaipur jail after the Supreme Court acquitted them of all charges, setting aside their life sentence and ordering their immediate release on May 11.

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  • Bipasha Basu, Karan Singh Grover plan a second, longer honeymoon

    Their honeymoon period is far from over: Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover, who got married on 30 April, went to Maldives for their honeymoon and have been going overboard with their love-filled pictures flooding social media. But looks like that is not enough, the couple plans for a second, ‘longer’ honeymoon soon. Speaking about the Maldives trip on The Kapil Sharma Show, Bipasha said, “It was extremely hot... We have roamed around a lot, but the typical honeymoon was short. But we might go for a longer honeymoon,” Bipasha said. About how life has changed after marriage, Bipasha said, “Everything about us is still pretty much the same. We’re the same people, we love each other the same way.

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  • These Pics Will Prove You That 'Angry Face Pout' is Aryan and Ibrahim's Fav Expression!

    Bollywood star kids are taking the social media by storm with their selfies and other candid pictures.

  • The different voices of KXIP leave BCCI fuming

    THE BOARD of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has expressed its disenchantment with the way in which the internal issues of Kings XI Punjab have become a cause of major concern for them. The issue was raised in the IPL governing council meeting a few weeks ago and it's learnt that the board will informally be asking the franchise to bring their house in order. There were a number of incidents that transpired during IPL 9 that didn't sit too well with the BCCI, and a lot of it had to do with the apparent lack of communication between the co-owners of Kings XI Punjab.

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  • How about some nutritious chilled beetroot chaas this summer?

    For my mom, who grew up in Amritsar, summer was synonymous with ‘chaas’ that accompanied lunch and was made afresh, every day by their cook. The idea to add beetroot was my dad’s, who has been eating beetroot regularly since his bout of ill-health last year. While it is absolutely lovely, and makes this chaas ‘pop’ with colour and flavour, if you are someone who can’t stand them for some reason, you can skip them! But don’t skip the tempering or ‘tadka’ that I’ve added to this ‘chaas’, it adds the final punch of flavours!

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  • Joe Root, Virat Kohli win big at Ceat Cricket Awards, full list of winners

    It was an Englishman who took away the big prize winning the Ceat international cricketer of the year award, while New Zealand's mighty batting duo of Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill won the test cricketer of the year award and Ceat ODI batsman of the year award, respectively. It was a good night for the Indian lads as well, with spinner R Ashwin claiming the international bowler of the year prize, while superstar Virat Kohli's form in Twenty20 Internationals ensured he was bestowed with the international T20 player of the year honour.

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  • 6 more BJP nominees for Rajya Sabha

    The BJP on Monday named six more candidates for the Rajya Sabha elections, scheduled for June 11. The second list, finalised at a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah on Monday, includes Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu, party spokesperson M J Akbar and BJP’s national vice-president Vinay Sahasrabuddhe.

    The Indian Express
  • Monsoon in India: What Skymet and IMD have to say

    Widespread pre-monsoon rainfall over Kerala, coastal Karnataka and some other regions in the last couple of days heralded arrival of the much-anticipated south-western monsoon. According to private weather forecaster Skymet, fairly widespread rains and thundershowers continue to lash Kerala and coastal Karnataka. The forecaster also noted that there is need to watch out for more than 2.5 mm of rainfall for two consecutive days in at least 60% of the stipulated 14 weather stations across Kerala, coastal Karnataka and Lakshadweep.

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  • Sushma Swaraj arranges medical seat for Pak girl Mashal in Karnataka

    Nineteen-year-old Mashal Maheshwari, who moved to Jaipur from Hyderabad in Pakistan’s Sindh province two years ago, has been offered a medical seat in Karnataka after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s intervention. Mashal, whose both parents are doctors, had scored 91 per cent marks in her CBSE Class XII examination this year. After knowing Mashal’s story, Swaraj reached out to her and assured her that she would help her realise her dream.

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  • Sorry, Mr Das

    Tina Dabi, a scheduled caste girl from Delhi, has topped the list of successful candidates in the civil services examinations 2015-16. While she was being congratulated, the UPSC let it be known that she had secured just 52 per cent marks. While the revelation may have prompted some sniggers, it did not really matter, because others secured even less. As the first SC candidate in six-and-a-half decades to top the list, Tina created history. But while an overwhelmed BJP MP Udit Raj exclaimed that “this could not have been possible 40-50 years back”, he was not entirely correct. As far back as 1950, the first civil services examination held in independent India, another scheduled caste candidate,

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  • Dishoom Poster: Varun Dhawan, John Abrahams Power-Packed Swag

    The first poster of Varun Dhawan and John Abraham's upcoming action film Dishoom released on Monday. The poster stars John and Varun as fellow cops Kabir and Junaid. Varun, who appears rather stylish as a cop in a blue suit, strikes a perfect balance with John's fashion statement, who is dressed in a black tee, cargo pants and boots. We might have Monday blues but this is how the duo arrived at work: Varun, who shared the poster on Twitter, also revealed that the trailer is set to release on June 1. Directed by Varun's brother Rohit Dhawan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, Dishoom is an action-adventure film, which also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Akshaye Khanna in key roles. John and Rohit

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  • Subhash Ghai lauds Kapil Sharma for not disrespecting icons

    Mumbai, May 31 (IANS) Ace filmmaker Subhash Ghai has praised comedian-actor Kapil Sharma for not hurting or disrespecting legends on his popular TV show "The Kapil Sharma Show".

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  • Talc and cancer

    Roni Caryn Rabin, May 31, 2016, The New York Times Deane Berg thought she was going to die, and she wanted to know why. She was 49, way too young, she thought, to have advanced cancer in her ovaries. As she scrolled through websites that listed possible causes of ovarian cancer, one jumped out at her: talcum powder. She did not have risk factors like infertility or endometriosis, but she had dusted baby powder between her legs every day for 30 years. “I went into the bathroom, I grabbed my Johnson’s Baby Powder and threw it in the wastebasket,” recalled Deane, now 59, a physician assistant in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. “I said, ‘What else could it be?’” Deane was the first of thousands of women

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  • Ford opts for Rs 200 crore brand campaign to compete against Vitara Brezza

    Maruti Suzuki’s Vitara Brezza has quickly climbed the sales charts in its segment. Its swift growth has indeed pushed out Ford’s popular seller EcoSport from the top-five list in the domestic market. Ford India has invested over Rs 200 crore in a multi-media brand campaign, in order to reclaim its lost share and woo back customers.

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  • My death sequence in 'Dahleez' will make everyone cry: Aryan Pandit

    Mumbai, May 31 (IANS) Actor Aryan Pandit, who is bidding adieu to "Dahleez", says his character's death sequence in the TV show will stir up various emotions and will surely make everyone shed a tear or two. The ongoing track of the Star Plus show revolves around a group of terrorists planning an attack, and it will take a fateful turn with the demise of Abhay Sinha, played by Aryan. The makers have left no stone unturned to make the action sequences to probably be the best in Indian television history," Aryan said in a statement.

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  • Bhagat Singh’s kin killed in Himachal Pradesh road mishap

    The grandnephew of freedom fighter Bhagat Singh died of grave injuries he sustained after his motorbike reportedly skidded on a wet road in Rampur district, around 135 km away from Shimla, late on Saturday evening. The accident took place when Abhitej was returning home with two of his friends, Gurpal Singh and Abhitesh Singh, who were following him in their car. Superintendent of Police, Shimla, P D W Negi told The Indian Express that they have handed over the body to Abhitej’s father Abhay Singh Sandhu after conducting the post-mortem examination.

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