• Alia Bhatt wants to get married soon; Sidharth Malhotra, are you listening?

    Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt is currently riding on the success of her latest release, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, opposite Varun Dhawan. The diva has achieved success in a short while and now, she wants to settle down in life.

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  • Steve Smith Reaches Out With an Offer of Drinks, Ajinkya Rahane Says Will 'Get Back'

    Image credit: AP. Dharamsala: Australian captain Steve Smith on Tuesday reached out to IPL teammate Ajinkya Rahane and the Indian team, offering a round of beer after the end of the bitterly-fought Test series which the hosts won 2-1. Smith, who apologised for letting emotions get the better of him throughout the series, also had a brief chat with India's stand-in captain Rahane after the game. "I said (to Rahane) see you next week, he's in my team for the IPL," Smith told ABC Grandstand.I asked if he wanted us to come in for a drink being at the end of the series. He said he'd get back to me. With Ajinkya, we get on well. He's in my IPL team so I'll be with him for the next few weeks," he said.

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  • Kapil Sharma Parties Hard With Monica Gill; Shows No Signs Of Remorse Over Fight With Sunil Grover

    Just when we thought that Kapil Sharma had finally realised his mistake, we found out that he is back to his old ways

  • Pregnant 13-Year-Old Says Tamil Movie Kalavani Influenced Her, Court Raps Censors

    CBFC finds itself under the scanner yet again. This time a Board official was summoned to Chennai Court to explain Kalavani’s ‘U’ certificate among other things

  • VVIP culture: MP travels solo in airport bus in Patna

    Hukumdeo Narain Yadav, who was a minister in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, was travelling from Patna to New Delhi by Jet Airways flight 9W0724 on Sunday. Eyewitnesses said the Lok Sabha member travelled all by himself in a bus provided to him by the airlines while other passengers were left waiting to board the plane. Screengrab

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  • Office of profit case: BJP feels AAP's end is near; Kejriwal's party unfazed

    The Election Commission (EC) on Monday (March 27) concluded hearing of the office-of-profit case against 21 MLAs of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). The appointment of the MLAs became an issue after the Delhi government amended the Delhi Members of Legislative Assembly (Removal of Disqualification) Act, 1997, in June 2015 exempting the parliamentary secretary's position from the application of the definition of office of profit with retrospective effect.

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  • Watch: Kattapa Himself Gives The Answer To Why He Killed Baahubali!

    The much nerve-wrecking and brain-churning question which has taken 2 whole years to get the answer for – why Kattapa killed Baahubali? Baahubali – The Beginning got its due much later and audiences have seen the movie eventually much after its release. It’s exactly a month to its release and with each passing day we come closer to getting the answer to this much haunting question.

    Business of Cinema
  • Shah Rukh Khan And Ranbir Kapoor Visit Karan Johar’s Babies

    After announcing on February 7th, 2017 that Karan Johar’s life has two new members, the film industry was just too happy over it. Karan Johar received congratulatory messages from almost every celebrity in Bollywood and continued with stating that being a father has changed him in many ways. Accordingly, Shah Rukh Khan and Ranbir Kapoor visited the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) to meet Karan Johar’s new babies at the suburban maternity.

    Business of Cinema
  • Here's proof that Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's break-up rumours are not true [PHOTOS]

    Bollywood pair Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone recently made headlines after rumours of their breakup started doing the rounds. Earlier reports suggested that Ranveer and Deepika parted ways due to the latter's closeness to Vin Diesel during xXx: Return of Xander Cage's promotions. Also, the actress' party photos with her girls when Ranveer had a surgery added fuel to fire.

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  • Ravindra Gaikwad reveals 'real reason' behind altercation with Air India staff

    Mumbai [India], Mar. 28 (ANI): Asserting that Air India was trying to misguide everyone as to what actually caused the altercation onboard the aircraft, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad stated that he had never demanded a Business Class seat, but had instead requested a complaint book to address his grievance about 'substandard service'. Issuing a fresh statement, the MP said that while travelling in the flight, he noticed "carelessness and substandard" service of Air India and requested for a complaint book, but despite his frequent requests he was not provided the complaint book, instead the staffer misbehaved with him.

  • Karan Singh Grover CANNOT Travel With Wife Bipasha Basu On Salman Khan’s Da-Bangg Tour

    Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover will not be able to mix work with pleasure when she goes on the Da-Bangg tour with Salman Khan

  • Tata Tigor goes on sale in India, price starts at Rs 4.70 lakh

    The Tigor, the compact sedan from Tata Motors will be launched in India on Wednesday, March 29. The Tiago-based sedan will go up against the front-runners like Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Hyundai Xcent, Ford Aspire, Honda Amaze and Volkswagen Ameo in its segment. The bookings for the new Tigor are open across the dealerships of the company against a down-payment of Rs 5,000.

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  • Here's Your Chance to Meet a Real Mermaid ... Really

    It’s not a tall tale. A mermaid swims the waters of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and she wants to teach your kids (and you) how to treat her home right.

    Coastal Living
  • This Is How Many Calories You Burn While Walking

    New research suggests it could be more than we think.

    Real Simple
  • CM Yogi Adityanath trying to strike a balance between God, governance

    As chief of the Gorakhnath Temple, Yogi Adityanath presided over a slew of rituals and pujas, recited religious texts, offering alms to the poor and feeding cows every day. He also planned and performed special ceremonies during important Hindu festivals - Navratra, Holi, Diwali, Makar Sankranti, -- and controlled a string of hospitals and educational institutions that dot eastern Uttar Pradesh. But the newly appointed chief minister also has a mountain of responsibilities in Lucknow to pull India’s largest state out of a hole of poverty and lawlessness, and fulfil his party’s poll promises, such as make the state’s notoriously poor roads pothole free by June. How will the 44-year-old leader

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  • MS Dhoni's Aadhaar details leaked on Twitter, wife Sakshi complains to IT minister

    An agency which helps Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) enroll citizens for Aadhar has over enthusiastically shared the personal details of ace cricket M S Dhoni on social media.

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  • Meat Shops Crackdown: 5 More BJP-Ruled States Follow UP’s Example

    New Delhi: Five more BJP-ruled states have followed Uttar Pradesh’s example and cracked down on ‘illegal’ meat shops. While Jharkhand clamped down on illegal slaughterhouses on Monday, the crackdown spread to Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. All these states have BJP-led governments. According to a Times of India report, three meat shops were sealed in Haridwar, 11 were shut in Raipur and one in Indore.

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  • Apple iOS 10.3 with critical battery bug fix released; Here's why you should upgrade iPhones, iPads and iPods right now

    After months of testing and seven beta releases to developers, Apple finally rolled out public version of the iOS 10.3 update with several new features, additional Siri functionalities, critical bug-fixes and more. Also read: Apple iPhone security compromised by Turkish Crime Family? Apple has also announced that the iOS 10.3 will fix the 30-percent battery glitch, the most annoying bug ever to hit iPhones that caused sudden shutdown of devices, despite having sufficient power.

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  • Crackdown on illegal slaughterhouses: UP strike hits Delhi hard, meat supply down by half, prices soar

    Meat traders’ strike in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh has halved Delhi’s supply and sent the prices soaring, with mutton selling for Rs 500 a kilo in some areas on Monday. Traders at Ghazipur, Delhi’s only slaughter house and biggest wholesale meat market, said they were not getting cattle from Uttar Pradesh, the biggest suppliers of animals, which had led to buffalo and goat meat costing at least 25% more. “Around 6,000 goats and 900 buffaloes were sold every day but in the last three days, not more than 2,500 goats and 400 buffaloes have been sold,” a trader said at Ghazipur, which borders Uttar Pradesh. He didn’t wish to be named, fearing a backlash from vigilante groups. Delhi doesn’t have livestock

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  • Australia scientists uncover dinosaur footprint that may be world's largest

    By Benjamin Weir SYDNEY (Reuters) - Scientists have found what could be the world's largest dinosaur footprint - measuring nearly 1.7 metres (5.6 ft) - on a remote part of Australia's northwestern coastline. The footprint from a giant sauropod dinosaur was among 21 types of tracks found on the Dampier Peninsula in Western Australia, 130 km (80 miles) from the beach resort town of Broome. "They are bigger than anything that has been recorded anywhere in the world," said Steve Salisbury, the lead author of a joint study by the University of Queensland and James Cook University.