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    Milan Luthria and his Aesthetics

    Milan Luthria is all set to work with his favourite actor Ajay Devgn yet again in his and Bhushan Kumar’s joint production venture BAADSHAHO. We have heard, that the director was keen to add the local flavour of each city in its own unique way- The film will be shot extensively in Punjab, when he suggested the same to Bhushan the latter gave him full support which will include a unique rustic

  • Salman Khan in Bajrangi Bhaijaan

    Atif Aslam playbacks for Salman Khan

    Pritam Chakraborty , who is on a roll since his comeback from a self-imposed year long hiatus has roped in singer Atif Aslam for a song in BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN that is hot featuring Salman Khan. This is the first time that the singer has lent his voice for the superstar. A source from the film’s unit says, “It’s a romantic number called Tu Chahiye that will feature Salman and Kareena Kapoor Khan.

  • Ankit Tewari sings for Pakistani Film

    In just a short span of time, composer-singer Ankit Tiwari has achieved new milestones and accolades are an everyday thing for him now. After his successful debut US world tour, the new age singer-composer is all set to turn a new page in his successful career.

  • Ameyaa Oberoi, daughter of Vivek Oberoi is Finally Home

    Vivek Oberoi and wife Priyanka Oberoi were blessed with a baby girl who they named, Ameyaa Nirvana Oberoi, on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya this year and the little one was welcomed to her home in Mumbai yesterday. Ameyaa, who was with her mother Priyanka in her maiden city Bangalore, travelled to Mumbai yesterday with her brother Vivaan and adoring father Vivek Oberoi. Vivek was in IIFA Malaysia hosting a segment

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    Sushma Swaraj acted bonafide in Lalit Modi issue: Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi: Breaking his silence, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today came out in strong defence of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in Modigate saying she acted “bona fide” and with “good intentions” and the entire government and party were one on the issue. “All allegations levelled are baseless. Her (Swaraj) statement and that of the party President (show) that whatever she did was with good intentions.

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    India to have 1.4 bn mobile subscribers by 2020: Report

    New Delhi: India will have at least 1.4 billion mobile subscribers by 2020, resulting in a population penetration of 100 percent, says a report released by Swedish communication technology and services provider Ericsson.

  • Probe needed into bringing of 500 kids from other states to Kerala: CBI

    Kochi: CBI today told the Kerala High Court that the matter of bringing about 500 children to Kerala from other states last year is a matter to be investigated. The submissions were made before the bench, comprising Chief Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice A M Shaffique, when it was considering public interest petitions on matters related to child trafficking to Kerala from other states.

  • Extremism, infiltration rising in Xinjiang: Chinese official

    Beijing: A top Chinese official in the troubled Xinjiang province has warned of an escalation of “infiltration and sabotage activities in the name of religion” and called the battle with extremism a “serious political struggle.” Chief of the ruling Communist Party of China Zhang Chunxian’s comments highlight the Chinese authorities’ determination to combat extremism as they see this problem not only as a security threat but also as a political danger as extremists

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    ‘Long corrupt’ Congress should not question: Ravi Shankar Prasad

    New Delhi: Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday said that the Congress Party, which has been embroiled in corruption in the country for long, should not be questioning Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA Government.

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    Congress has become victim of ‘banshee politics’: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday alleged that the Congress has become a victim of ‘banshee politics’ and said that it was holding on to ‘fabricated issues’ as it had run out of issues.

  • India’s Harbhajan Singh (R) celebrates with teammates the dismissal of Bangladesh batsman Mominul Haque during the fourth day of the Test match against Bangladesh at Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium in Narayanganj on Saturday.

    Bangladesh have more to gain than India in ODI series

    Dubai,:  A 3-0 result against hosts Bangladesh in the three match ODI series will not be enough for second placed India to claim the number one spot in the ICC rankings while a favourbale outcome for the home team will boost its qualifying chances for the 2017 Champions Trophy. Hosts England plus the seven next highest-ranked sides on the ODI rankings as on September 30 will progress to the Champions Trophy, which will

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    Blatter not going to New Zealand for U20 World Cup final

    Zurich: FIFA President Sepp Blatter will not go to New Zealand for the Under-20 World Cup final on Saturday. Amid speculation that Blatter risks arrest in many countries, FIFA confirmed today that he will remain in his native Switzerland instead of travelling to Auckland.

  • AC Milan sack coach Inzaghi, appoint Mihajlovic

    Milan: Italian football giants AC Milan have appointed Serbian Sinisa Mihajlovic as their new coach, removing Filippo Inzaghi on Tuesday after just a season in charge and despite having a year left on his contract.

  • Maha IT policy envisages integrated, ‘walk to work’ IT towns

    Mumbai: Maharashtra government’s new Information Technology (IT) and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) policy proposes integrated IT townships with ‘walk to work’ concept which envisages people living and working in the same area.

  • Only 64 out of 104 clubs eligible to vote for GCA polls

    Panaji: Goa Cricket Association has said only 64 out of total 104 clubs would be eligible to vote for the upcoming election of the aasociation’s managing committee to be held on June 28. “Only 64 clubs gave names of their representatives by June 12 at 5 pm which was the cut-off time. The clubs which have failed to submit the names of their representative are not eligible to vote,” GCA president Dr Shekhar

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    Chhetri becomes first Indian to score 50 international goals

    Tamuning (Guam): Prolific striker Sunil Chhetri today became the first Indian footballer to score 50 international goals during his team’s 2018 World Cup qualifying match against Guam here today. Chhetri’s feat, though, came in a losing cause, as India suffered their second successive defeat in the preliminary joint qualification second round.

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    Gujarat Congress hits out at compulsory voting law

    Ahmedabad:) Gujarat Congress today slammed the BJP government in the state on the issue of controversial law which makes voting in local body elections mandatory, saying it takes away “the Constitutional rights”. “It seems the BJP government is hell-bent on implementing this law by hook or by crook. I am asking this government, which makes such laws with the help of majority in the Assembly, to work within the boundaries of Constitution,”

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    Searches underway at ex-Maha minister Bhujbal’s properties

    Nashik/Mumbai,: The Anti-Corruption Bureau of Maharashtra police today conducted searches at variousproperties of the NCP leader and former state PWD minister Chhagan Bhujbal and his family members in Nashik and Mumbai. The properties, where the searches are underway, include- ‘Bhujbal Farm’ and houses, his offices in Nashik, Manmad and his assembly constituency Yewla.

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