• Gauri Khan hosts a special event at her South Mumbai design studio

    Gauri Khan hosted an event at her studio in SoBo. Mandira Bedi, Tanaz Doshi and Kaykasshan Patel were also spotted at a do bonding over a preview of high-end tableware and accessories

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  • Amitabh Bachchan And Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Launch Jewellery Showroom At A Star-Studded Event

    Chennaiites thronged to the much awaited launch of Kalyan Jewellers’ first showroom in Chennai. Kalyan Jewellers brand ambassadors and mega stars of Indian celluloid Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Prabhu Ganesan, Nagarjuna, Shivaraj Kumar, Manju Warrier and Vikram Prabhu regaled the crowd at the inauguration of Kalyan Jewellers’ 50th showroom in South India and 78th store globally.

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  • Bose Aircrash Was Faked. Was He Shot in Siberia? Was He the Baba in UP? The Mystery Must End

    To that extent, the declassified information that Jawaharlal Nehru spied on Subhas Chandra Bose and his family makes Nehru look bad. Some day secret files may reveal how the BJP government kept track of Rahul Gandhi’s secret meditations. The Bose files, however, raise issues that are more important than the petty games of politicians. Seventy years and many inquiry commissions later, the disappearance of India’s celebrated Netaji remains a mystery.

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  • Flashback: When Shah Rukh Khan Handed Over His Award To Salman Khan

    Lets take you to the flashback in 1998, where a golden moment was created between Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan. In 1998 at Zee Cine Awards Shah Rukh Khan handed over his Best Actor Award to Salman Khan stating, “ I am going to call on the stage a gentleman who is going to thank everyone else on my behalf because he (Salman Khan) feels I get all the awards and he doesn’t gets it.” Salman Khan gleefully walked up the stage taking awards from Shah Rukh Khan’s hand.

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  • Spotted: Kangna Ranaut, Anushka Sharma and Raveena Tandon at the Mumbai airport

    Kangna Ranaut (left), Raveena Tandon (centre) and Anushka Sharma (right) upped the oomph quotient at the Mumbai airport on Thursday

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  • Home alone: why Goa has the highest proportion of locked houses in India

    Goa is witnessing a realty boom. The love affair began suddenly, but it took some time for Haryana-based businessman Rajeev Deswal (name changed) to express his feelings. When he had saved enough money, he gave his love a seal of permanence and bought an apartment in Goa. Deswal’s flat in Benaulim in south Goa is redolent of the spirit of the state—bright and breezy—but it remains locked for most part of the year.

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  • India's investment climate better than other BRICS nations: Report

    New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) Though India has a better investment climate among BRICS nations, its regulatory and tax system-related challenges are impacting immediate investment plans, over 90 corporate leaders of German high-tech companies have said in a survey. The survey, conducted by global accounting consultancy firm EY and research agency Delphi, timed with the recently concluded Hanover Messe 2015 industrial fair where India was partner country. "(A total of) 94 percent of the surveyed CEOs and CFOs from leading German high-tech companies stated that India currently offers a better investment climate than other BRICS countries," said the survey of more than 90 chief executives and chief financial officers from leading German high-tech companies.

  • 10 Tweaks to Attract Wealth this Akshay Tritiya

    From last 5-7 years we find the newspapers, television and media afloat with jewellery advertisements convincing people to buy jewellery on Akshay Tritiya as it is considered as very auspicious day for purchasing the metal. It is indeed a very auspicious day, there’s absolutely no doubt about it. Reason being that Akshay Tritiya implies beginning anything new as akshay means anything which cannot be destroyed or which does not come to an end.

  • Rafales add to India’s strike ability: Xinhua

    Comparing Rafale fighters to it’s Chinese counterpart Chengdu J-10, Chinese news agency Xinhua said the Rafale jets add a definite edge to the striking capabilities of the Indian armed forces.

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  • Modi's Pakistan policy is a giant mess: Why Masarat Alam must be celebrating

    Narendra Modis Kashmir policy is in tatters, characterized by U-turns and chronic indecisiveness in tackling the Hurriyat and its sponsors like America and Pakistan. CIA played a key role in Hurriyats birth in 1993 to browbeat India on the nuclear front. Pakistan is just a Washington proxy the cats paw, as it were.And Swami Agnivesh, to be honest, is only an item girl in a rapidly unfolding thriller called Kashmir. My sincere advice: Dont take your eyes off Masarat Alam whose arrest is being touted by the BJP as the biggest achievement after the 3: 67 humiliation in Delhi at AAPs hand.Masarat, to be sure, didnt go to jail kicking, screaming and crying.

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  • Malaika Arora Khan parties with Sophie Choudry and KJo

    Malaika was recently seen sharing some light moments with Sophie and Karan Johar at an award function.

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  • Hema Malini's Alwarpet house Catches Fire

    CHENNAI:A fire broke out at actor-turned-politician Hema Malini’s residence in Alwarpet on Saturday with no injuries reported. According to sources, Hema’s brother Chakravarthy, who resides opposite her house  on Kasturi Rangan Road in Alwarpet had been maintaining Hema Malini’s house in her absence. A bag containing a few clothes and papers lying below the AC were partially damaged. Passersby around 5 pm had noticed thick black smoke emanating from the house and notified the Tamil Nadu Fire and Rescue Services (TNFRS), according to a TNFRS official speaking to Express.

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  • Balanced Deepika Padukone must guard against restlessness and dejection till 2017, says Ganesha.

    Bollywood’s current golden girl, the leggy, classy and beautiful Deepika Padukone seems to have it all—an athletic, sporty lineage that she never forgets to thank for her an equally athletic, enviable physique, a glittering film career, oodles of natural charm, truck-loads of acting ability, an unending list of high-profile admirers, multiple endorsement associations, a super-chic lifestyle and tonnes of money. Deepika, who lives in Mumbai, on her own shares a close bond with her family that lives in Bengaluru. The pretty actress is also known to have been in a close relationship with co-star Ranveer Singh, even though the couple’s exact status remains a mystery.

  • Owners of first Maruti 800 call for car to be restored, placed in a museum

    New Delhi, Apr. 19 (ANI): The owners of the first Maruti 800, which rolled out in 1983, have called for the car to be restored and have appealed to the automobile manufacturers to place it in a museum and receive recognition as being the earliest vehicle to be launched by the company. "My late father-in-law Harpal Singh considered receiving the first car a blessing because he had been selected from lakhs of people. The then-prime minister herself gave us the keys to the car, so it is a very important relic for us," Tejinder Ahluwalia, the owner's son-in-law told ANI.

  • Reliance to restart all fuel pump outlets by March 2016

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Reliance Industries Ltd plans to restart its entire 1,400 retail fuel pump outlets in fiscal year ending March 2016, a report on the company website shows. The stations were closed in 2008 when global oil prices urged

  • Ex-top cop Satyapal Singh asked me to keep off Amar Juice Centre: Ashoke Pandit | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Ashoke Pandit, film director-producer, Censor Board member and resident of Juhu Vile Parle Development scheme, has accused former police chief and Lok Sabha MP Satyapal Singh of asking him not to meddle in the affairs of Amar Juice Centre. Singh has refuted all allegations. Pandit along with JVPD residents has been opposing the roadside eatery for more than a decade on the grounds that it has encroached upon the footpath and is adding to their traffic woes. Pandit said he recently learnt that the juice centre had managed to get permission to operate till 3 am.

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  • It's time for Google to throw 'open' Android under the bus

    Did Google prevent smartphone and tablet makers who wanted to install Google applications and services on some devices from shipping "modified and potentially competing versions of Android (known as 'Android forks') on other devices"?

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  • 'Frankie' speaking: Meet the magicians behind on-the-go delicacy | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Dr Charat Singh Colony has a special place in the foodie map of the world. After all, it was in this Andheri East township — or more specifically in the Tibb family kitchen — that the great Bombay frankie was born. Forty-six years later, Tibb's frankie still satiates many an appetite without burning a hole in the pocket. Certain things have changed, like the introduction of new menus, but if there's one constant, it's the unmistakable, lip-smacking masala that has people wiping clean their frankie packets.

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  • IndiaGlitz - Change of Plans for Vijay's two Films - Tamil Movie News

    Illayathalapathi Vijay is busy shooting for 'Puli' and will immediately move on to Vijay 59 which is directed by Atlee and the ‘Raja Rani’ director is already with his crew in China for location hunting. Vijay’s super hit film 'Jilla' was to be remade in Telugu by the director of the film with top tollywood heroes. Similarly there were efforts to remake Vijay’s blockbuster hit ‘Kaththi’ with Junior NTR in Vijay’s role but the delay in the takeoff of that project also suggests that the makers may dub in Telugu.

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  • 9/11 rescue workers face chronic illnesses

    New York, April 18 (IANS) The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001 have left a legacy of chronic ill health among emergency medical services workers, who came to the rescue of the victims, says a new research. "Compared with the workers who did not attend the aftermath of the World Trade Center attacks, those who arrived earliest on the scene were at greatest risk for nearly all the health conditions analysed," the study observed. The health of 2,281 New York City Fire Department emergency medical services workers deployed to the scene of the World Trade Center attacks was tracked over a period of 12 years, from the date of the attack on September 11, 2001, to the end of December 2013.

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