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    BJP says victory in Ladakh polls a ‘historic’ moment

    Bhopal : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday praised the party leadership for sweeping the Ladakh Council Election, and said that it was a ‘historic’ moment for Ladakh’s development and that the state’s future has now been secured.

  • ‘Frustrated’ Sharif trying to survive politically: NPP

    New Delhi : National Panthers Party (NPP) Chief Bhim Singh on Saturday said that Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif blaming India in Washington for not resuming talks over Kashmir and escalating ceasefire violations across the Line of Control, shows the latter’s frustration as he is trying for his political survival.

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    Aishwarya Rai Bachchan confirms she will do Sujoy Ghosh’s two back-to-back films

    After her spectacular comeback film Jazbaa and  the anticipated Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Ha Muskil, followed by Omung Kumar’s bio-pic Sarabjit, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has said yes to two back-to-back films with Sujoy Ghosh. Yes, she will be doing two successive films with Ghosh who has been closely associated with the Bachchan parivar since the beginning of his career. Confirming these developments Aishwarya says, “I’ve agreed to do Sujoy’s Durga Rani and the

  • Railways to run special train to facilitate pilgrims

    Hisar (Haryana): For the convenience of pilgrims planning to visit Salasar Dham in Rajasthan, North-Western Railway will be running a special train between Hisar and Sujangarh (Rajasthan) daily for four days from October 25 to October 28. The special train will depart from Hisar on October 25 at 6.35 in the morning to reach Sujangarh at 10.50 AM. Similarly, the same train will depart from Sujangarh at 4.40 in the evening on the same day to

  • Sonnalli Seygall happy with the success of Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2

    For the relative newbie Sonnalli Seygall it has been one unending roller coaster ride working on two films Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 and Wedding Pullav, that incidentally also released on the same day. In fact Sonnalli was so swamped with shoot schedules that the youngster went for a straight 106 hours without sleep. Apart from filming, juggling between the promotions was hectic too, which did take a toll on the actress’s health.

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    Man arrested for trying to sexually assault minor girl

    Salem (TN): A 39-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly trying to sexually assault a minor girl at a village in the district, police said today. Muthusamy, a daily wage worker, took the seven-year-old girl, his neighbour, to a nearby forest area in Kannamoochi village, about 70 kms from here yesterday and tried to sexually assault her. Hearing the cries of the girl, her parents and locals reached there and caught the man and

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    Ranveer Singh shoots for Bajirao Mastani despite illness

    Ranveer Singh, who is all set for his career’s most challenging role that of a Peshwa Maratha in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani, has been going all out to give the film his all. The actor has been shooting for the film in Wai, Maharashtra and recently fell extremely ill on the sets but continued shooting, impressing the crew and director Sanjay Bhansali.

  • Singer Labh Janjua dead, Bollywood’s musicians react

    The sudden death of singer Lanh Januja has brought the entire industry to mourn for a great loss. Labh had lent his voice for some popular hits like “London Thumakda” from Queen, “Jee Karda” in Singh is King and many more.

  • BJP seeks explanation from Akhilesh over Azam Khan’s comment

    Lucknow: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday sought an explanation from Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on senior minister Azam Khan’s statement that mobile phones were a big cause for rapes in the state.

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    Do workouts to keep your brain young

    Washington DC : The secret to a younger brain may lie in exercising your body, according to recent research.

  • Windies to host Australia, South Africa in ODI tournament

    St. John’s (Antigua and Barbuda): West Indies, world champions Australia and South Africa will clash in a three-nation one-day international tournament in the Caribbean in June next year.

  • Saina Nehwal loses as India’s campaign ends at French Open

    Paris : Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal bowed out of the French Open Super Series after suffering a straight games defeat against Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon in the women’s singles quarterfinals. The top-seeded Indian was beaten 9-21, 15-21 by Intanon in a contest that lasted 40 minutes and thereby ended India’s campaign at the tournament. The defeat saw Saina, who dropped to second in the latest world rankings, made her thrid successive early exit after

  • Torrential rain abandons US GP second practice session

    London : The United States Grand Prix second practice session was cancelled due to heavy downpour and more disruption is forecasted to fall ahead of Sunday’s race. Earlier in the morning session, Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg emerged as the fastest driver while teammate Lewis Hamilton finished fifth in Austin, the Guardian reported. Reigning world champion Hamilton needs to beat nearest rival Sebastian Vettel by nine points and Rosberg by two to lift his third championship

  • India-SA series decider promises high-octane contest

    Mumbai: With the ODI cricket series tantalisingly poised 2-2, India will seek to keep the momentum when they go into what promises to be a thrilling series decider against South Africa here tomorrow with both the teams having enough firepower to clinch the title.

  • ‘Distressed’ Nitish resorting to ‘black magic’: Giriraj Singh

    Patna : Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Giriraj Singh on Saturday took a jibe at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, saying that he is was in distress and that’s why he was trying all sorts of ‘black magic’ to win the assembly polls. “It seems that Nitish Kumar is losing faith on the people. The people have rejected Nitish Kumar in the first two phases of the elections and

  • ‘Great Pumpkin’ to fly past Earth on Halloween

    Washington: As earthlings in the US get ready to don Halloween costumes on October 31, asteroid 2015 TB145, dubbed the ‘Great Pumpkin’ in a reference to the holiday, will fly past the planet at a safe distance, NASA said.

  • Contempt petition filed against Pakistan PM for UN speech

    Islamabad: A contempt petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for delivering his speech at the 70th United Nations General Assembly session in English, a media report said on Sunday.