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    First I am a dancer, then a choreographer and then a director, says Remo D’souza

    Tapping to the right beats, he redefined dance with his unique moves. He can dance up a storm and his ardor can drive anybody to dance. Being the winner of a National Award, he is the multifaceted entertainer who certainly knows the art of filmmaking while striking the fancy footwork at the right rhythm. Remo D’souza talks exclusively with The Free Press Journal about his new film, his new dance reality show

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    Look, Salman’s lucky bracelet!

    The trailer of Nagesh Kukunoor’s highly anticipated film DHANAK has garnered tremendous buzz among audiences and film buffs. The film stars two young actors, Hetal Gada and Krrish Chhabria, essaying the roles of Pari and Chotu, who are complete show-stealers as they set out on a beautiful journey to meet their hero, Shah Rukh Khan.

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    Anupam Kher talks of ‘Awake’ documentary on Yogananda

    After wowing audiences across the world, the award-winning documentary, ‘Awake: The Life of Yogananda’, an unconventional biography on the life of eminent Indian Yogi, Paramahansa Yogananda is slated for a Pan India release on June 17. Narrated by veteran actor Anupam Kher, the docu-feature is releasing a week ahead of the International Yoga Day, which is celebrated on June 21.

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    Karan Johar, Huma Qureshi praises Kalki – Naseer’s Waiting

    It’s heartening to see the industry denizens coming forward to promote WAITING with no apparent selfish motive! While a number of movies released last Friday from ANGRY BIRDS to PHOBIA, WAITING starring Naseeruddin Shah and Kalki Koechlin has definitely struck a strong chord with the audience.

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    Manoj Bajpayee ignores bad back  

    Behind all the glitterati that an actor has around himself, there are a lot of hardships that they go through and some of them manage them just right. With chock-a-block schedules, back to back shoots and so many professional and personal commitments, an actor’s life is a roller coaster ride with so many experiences but very little time for themselves. They keep their profession at top priority and Manoj Bajpayee definitely proves

  • What Nargis wanted in her relationship…

    Before Nargis Fakhri supposedly suffered a breakdown and fled the country, she had revealed tellingly in an interview that if God were to grant her one wish, she would ask for her regular life back.

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    Romance an eternal theme, always relevant in books

    New Delhi : In an era when finding true love sometimes seems to be a distant dream, budding Indian writers still hold on to romantic fantasies to mark their debut in the world of fiction.

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    Sugar secret to dehydration survival, water stress protection.

    Kolkata: Scientists in India and Germany have unlocked the secret to enduring dehydration: a sugar called trehalose. They say the discovery could help survival of plants in drought-affected areas and could be applied to the field of cryogenic preservation as well reports IANS.

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    Painkillers may extend duration of chronic pain

    New York : The short-term decision to take painkillers can have devastating consequences of making pain worse and longer lasting, warns new research. The findings could explain the explosion of painkiller addiction in the past few decades reports IANS.

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    Binge eating may trigger depression

    New Delhi: Next time you munch on that mouth-watering pizza with extra cheese or enjoy a king-size burger with French fries and soft drink, remember that too much of junk food can not only add extra kilos around your belly but may lead you to depression, warn experts. Binge eating episodes lead to obesity which, in turn, causes depression owing to weight stigma, poor self-esteem and reduced mobility reports IANS.

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    Why Antarctica isn’t facing global warming threats?

    Washington DC : Guess why Antarctica is not melting down even after such drastic human-driven climate change. New research finds that ocean currents explain why the seawater has stayed at roughly the same temperature in Antarctic Ocean, while most of the rest of the planet has warmed, reported ANI.

  • Family history of heart disease ups cholesterol risk in kids

    London: One in three children with a strong family history of heart disease and/or Type 2 diabetes may have significantly higher levels of risk for cholesterol than kids with no family history of those conditions, finds a study. The findings showed that such children had a higher ratio of total cholesterol and were also at risk of cardiometabolic markers — chances for having diabetes, heart disease or stroke.

  • Sharif undergoes successful open heart surgery in London

    London/Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif successfully underwent open heart surgery at a private hospital in central London on Tuesday, the premier’s second cardiac procedure in five years, his family and hospital officials confirmed. “Surgery successful by The Grace Of Almighty. The Prime Minister is off the pump now. Will be shifted to ICU in the next 60 mins or so,” Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz said in tweets sent out

  • Sonam shocked with ‘overreaction’ on Tanmay’s video

    Mumbai: Sonam Kapoor has supported comedian Tanmay Bhat’s video of a mock conversation between Lata Mangeshkar and Sachin Tendulkar, saying she is in “shock with this overrecation”.

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    ‘Dance + Season 2’ opening episode in Aquamagica

    Mumbai: In a bid to give a unique feel to the audience, the makers of the upcoming second season of “Dance +” have decided to shoot the first episode of the dance reality show at a water park here.

  • Ex-Miss Turkey sentenced ‘for insulting Erdogan’

    Istanbul: A Turkish court today found a former Miss Turkey beauty queen guilty of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on social media, handing her a suspended sentence of over one year in jail. The Istanbul court sentenced model Merve Buyuksarac, 27, to one year and two months in prison for “publicly insulting” Erdogan in a satirical poem she posted on her Instagram account, the Dogan news agency reported. The punishment has been suspended,

  • EU court adviser: Employers can ban Muslim headscarf

    Luxembourg: A senior adviser to the European Court of Justice says a European Union business may legitimately prohibit an employee from wearing a Muslim headscarf on the job, provided the ban is based on a general company rule prohibiting visible political or religious symbols in the workplace, and not on prejudice against a particular religion.

  • Four killed in riots in Nigeria over alleged blasphemy

    Kano (Nigeria): At least four people were killed in central Nigeria in two days of violence over an alleged blasphemy by a Christian trader against Prophet Mohammed, residents told media today. Abdullahi Sallau said a Muslim mob killed one person on Sunday and three yesterday in the town of Pandogari in Niger state “following blasphemous remarks by a Christian against the Prophet”.

  • China may support ban on Azhar if India resubmits plea: Swamy

    Beijing: The Sino-Indian deadlock over a UN ban on JeM chief Masood Azhar and others may end if India resubmits its application focussing on evidence against him than attempting to “censure” Pakistan, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy today said here after talks with Chinese officials. “My impression is that India can expect cooperation from China on the issue of declaring Masood Azhar, leader of Jaish-e-Muhammad, as terrorist who should face trial in India, if

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    Attack on Nigerian student: DGP refutes racial angle

    Hyderabad: Telangana Director General of Police Anurag Sharma today refuted any racial angle behind the last week’s incident in the city wherein a Nigerian student was assaulted by a local resident.