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    Sidharth Malhotra made his debut with the very glamorous Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions in STUDENT OF THE YEAR. He entered filmdom and all girls lost their hearts to this tall and very handsome man. With his second film, HASEE TOH PHASEE round the corner, he has grabbed more eye balls and for all the right reasons. Sidharth’s film


    Mumbai :  Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation ( BMC) is planning to re- launch its project of producing gas from the garbage collected all across the city daily. Tenders will be invited for the project within 15 days. This will be tested as a pilot project and it will be implemented on the dumping grounds situated at Kanjurmarg, Mulund and Deonar.

  • Tongue speaks volumes about hygiene, health

    It wasn’t long ago that singer Cher advised pop sensation Miley Cyrus not to stick her tongue out if it’s coated, which is certainly not visually appealing. Experts say the tongue’s condition speaks volume about one’s hygiene consciousness and also reveals one’s health status.

  • Philippines, Muslim rebels peace deal

    Kuala Lumpur : The Philippine government and Muslim rebels said they had cleared the last hurdle in long-running peace negotiations aimed at ending a deadly decades-old insurgency in the country’s south.President Benigno Aquino hopes to secure a final peace settlement before leaving office in mid-2016 to end the rebellion by Muslim groups, which has left 150,000 people dead. Negotiators met on the outskirts of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur to tackle a “normalisation”

  • Unimaginable that Tharoor could harm Sunanda: Brother

    New Delhi Sunanda Pushkar’s brother Rajesh, a serving Colonel in Indian Army on Saturday came out in strong defence of Union minister Shashi Tharoor saying it was ” unimaginable” that he could harm Sunanda and sought end to the rumours that were hurting the family, reports PTI. In a statement, Rajesh said Sunanda was one of the strongest personalities and to even remotely think that she would do any bodily harm to

  • Spy Gadgets, Kids Android, Iphone or Android

    Spy gadgets, in all shapes and sizes
    Should we blame this one on the AAP and its unusual (if status quo disrupting) brand of politics in Delhi? Naaptol with its “shop right, shop more” slogan has just announced its own list of the top 10 spy gadgets of 2014. And it’s just the start of the year!
    They come in all shapes

  • Stop adding salt, says Dr Neravetla

    Manasi Y Mastakar speaks with Dr Surender Reddy Neravetla, author of the book ‘Salt Kills’, about his book and the common myths associated with salt. (more…)

  • Future Point 26 Jan to 1 Feb 2014

    Aries : Mercury entering your 11th house will bring demand for your business and products in which you are trading. You streamline all your activities. You look to others for help in this and it is a welcome move as the world wants to help someone.

  • The Balkan Beauty The

    ANAND &MADHURA KATTI visit south- eastern European nations and get smitten by its beauty. (more…)

  • App it Up!

    Burst Mode – High Speed Camera

  • Kamini Kaushal JUST GRAND!

    Not all celluloid sweethearts of the ’40s and ’50s fade away. Some, like Kamini Kaushal, are living proof that the passing decades cannot steal away the joy of a youthful heart, says Nichola Pais. (more…)

  • Who says our collegians don’t know what R- Day is all about?

    Mumbai  : There is a general perception that today’s youth, so called Gen, are least interested in gathering historical knowledge considering it to be of no relevance to their modern tech- savvy lifestyle.

  • Widowed and afraid

    Promotion and Indecision

    I am a 42 year old married man. I have been working at this firm since the last 10 years. Recently I got promoted to the management post. Ever since my promotion I find it really hard to make important work related decisions. If there is any big step to be taken I cannot decide how to go about it. I feel like I will make the wrong

  • Enriching the lives of dementia patients

    For the elderly who live with the reality of dementia, the dreaded disease of lost memories, the best gift they can receive is to forget that they cannot remember. While it sounds too poetic to digest, it is true for those whose lives are marked by absence rather than presence. The focus of the remainder of their lives is on forgetting.

  • The Tagore Connection

    MELANIE P. KUMAR visits two different places separated by thousands of kilometers and discovers a Tagore connection. (more…)

  • Syedna Aali Qadr Mufaddal Saifuddin

    Is the 53rd Da’i al-Mutlaq of the Dawoodi Bohra community. The late Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin proclaimed Nass (pronounced him his successor) on Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin on Saturday, June 4, 2011 in London.
    The Syedna’s successor, 53rd Dai al-Mutlaq Syedna Muffadil Saifuddin, was in Colombo when his father passed away, and returned to India quickly.
    There was a small controversy last Saturday when

  • Rickshaw puller unveils hospital as Kejri watches

    New Delhi A 60- year- old rickshaw puller, resident of a slum in the Connaught Place area on Saturday inaugurated a renovated hospital in central Delhi in the presence of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, reports IANS. Bijay Baba inaugurated the renovated Palika Maternity Hospital in Lodhi Colony after Kejriwal called him Friday night and asked him to do the