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    This Tamil actress feels she has a strong bond with the Bengalis, maybe something to do with her past life

  • Aarakshan gets clean chit from censors

    Prakash Jhas Aarakshanhas been issued a U/ A certificate without a single cut by the Central Board of Film Certification ( CBFC), according to megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who plays a pivotal role in the film.

  • Future Group joins Paybacks multipartner loyalty prog

    Mumbai The Future Group on Tuesday said it has joined Paybacks loyalty programme, which would enable its consumers to collect shopping loyalty points from relevant companies offline, online and on the move, with a single card.


    Celebrities attend wedding reception of lyricists son

  • Vishal finds a fan in Gulzar

    Vishal Bhardwaj entered Bollywood as a musician. Cricket was Vishals passion but he chose music over the gentlemens game. This multi- faceted man has always had the best of music for his movies and he does not forget to thank people who have help

  • Salman- Sonakshi in Korea soon!

    And now, international locations are beckoning Bollywood a lot more than what they did before. With increasing budgets of Bollywood movies and with the way Bollywood movies are helping to promote tourism across the world, Korea, which saw Mukesh

  • Vilasrao rubbishes election foulplay charge by oppn

    New Delhi Maharashtra Cricket Association president Vilasrao Deshmukh on Tuesday rubbished the allegations levelled by oppositions Ravi Mandrekar about having furnished wrong documents regarding his residential proof.

  • Poonia set eyes on Olympics

    In a bid to qualify for London Olympics, begins training under Wilkins in USA

  • Praveen should be third seamer in England, says Chetan Sharma

    New Delhi Former India seamer Chetan Sharma feels that Praveen Kumar with his ability to swing should be the third seamer after Zaheer Khan and Ishant Sharma during the first Test against England at the Lords.

  • Our batting line- up stronger than Indias, says Swann

    London England off- spinner Graeme Swann on Tuesday sought to spice up the much- anticipated Test series against India, starting at Lords on Thursday by claiming that his sides top order batsmen are better than the famed batting lineup of

  • The key to happy marriage!

    London Researchers have revealed the secret of a happy marriage – wives weighing less than their hubbies. A four- year study has suggested that in the short and long term, both partners are more contented if the woman has a lower Body Mass

  • Antioxidants can also boost male fertility

    It is fair to say that the sperm are at war within the female, and we can expect that the most competitive sperm will win the race to the egg’LEIGH SIMMONS Scientist

  • A drug that can fight heart disease, diabetes

    London Scientists claim to be developed a drug, which can fight both heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. Results from early trials of the drug – designed to improve levels of good cholesterol – revealed it stabilises blood sugar levels and

  • New therapy can ease irritable bowels

    Washington There is new hope for people suffering from irritable bowels, marked by abdominal cr&ing or pain, bloating and gas, and altered bowel habits that afflict millions worldwide, reports IANS. A new treatment, called InterStim therap

  • Quick Takes

    Even an ordinary cup of tea good for health

  • Healthy lifestyle can prevent Alzheimers

    A study in Lancer says an inactive alt145 couch potatolifestyle was the most important possible cause. Smoking, obesity in middle- age, high blood pressure and diabetes all increased the risk

  • Biting the dog, Diggy style

    To be ignored is worse than being praised or condemned. Since you would not ordinarily take notice of him, Digvijay Singh has perfected a strategy to remain in the news. Not unlike the man who bites the dog and thus makes headlines, the Congress