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    International Yoga Day 2016: Most interesting and unusual facts on yoga

    On the eve of International Yoga Day, the nation comes together to breathe in peace and harmony. To mark the significance of the ancient knowledge possessed today, we take a look at some of the most unusual yet interesting facts on yoga around the world.

  • 2017 Suzuki Hayabusa To Be Lighter And Faster

    The Suzuki Hayabusa is one of the most loved sports tourers/hyperbikes for the last seventeen years and now the Japanese automaker is planning to introduce its new generation which will be significantly lighter than its existing model.


    Goibibo launches travel-based social network

    New Delhi: Online hotel-booking engine and air aggregator Goibibo on Monday launched a travel-based social network ‘GoContact’ on its mobile app which will enable users to get connected on Goibibo app using their phone books.

  • More than 135 countries participating in Int’l Yoga Day is a record: Syed Akbaruddin

    New York: India’s Ambassador to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin said here on Monday that with more than 135 countries gearing up to participate in the grand celebrations of International Yoga Day, the event is set to become a ‘record of sorts’, adding that for the first time, Indian peacekeepers who are deployed in global missions will also take part.

  • Google’s short film on Bollywood by Amit Sharma

    While this week moviegoers’ attention is riveted to the stunning Udta Punjab and the heart-warming Dhanak a short film from Google entitled The hero: A Bollywood Story which weaves a deeply emotional journey of a father and son into the former’s past.

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    ‘Udta Punjab’ struggles to release in Pakistan

    Readers are aware of the fact that Udta Punjab went through a lot of struggle to get a release without any cuts. After a prolonged battle with the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) over 89 cuts in the film, Bombay High Court had passed the film with just one cut. The film finally released on June 17 but is once again facing another road block.

  • Suzuki Extrigger To Be Honda Grom’s Electric Rival

    First showcased as an electric monkey bike concept in 2013 the Suzuki Extrigger is now finally going to enter production. The Japanese company has filed a patent for a new bike and the sketches look almost similar to the model that we saw two and a half year ago. Not just the overall silhouette but the components in the sketch match the prototype, including the headlight, frame, bodywork, swingarm, wheels, suspension, brakes

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    Parenting is the toughest role of my life: Irrfan Khan

    Irrfan’s younger son Ayan wrote a letter to the media inviting them for the trailer launch of Madaari. Says Irrfan proudly, “It was my marketing team’s idea. We wrote something for him. But when my son Ayan read what we had in mind he scrapped the entire content and re-wrote the letter himself. Today’s kids know their minds and how to exercise their options.”

  • Delhi cafe treats under priviledged kids

    New Delhi: A group of underpriviledged children had a joyous treat at the capital’s newly-opened Cafe OMG, a brain child of restaurateur Umang Tewari, who believes it’s important to give back to the society.

  • Tom, Dick and Harry sequel to kick off in August

    Deepak Tijori is all ready to make a sequel to his 2006 film Tom Dick and Harry. The upcoming film will star Sharman Joshi, Jimmy Shergill and Aftab Shivdasani as the leads.

  • Rolls-Royce Unveils Its Vision Next 100 Concept

    Rolls-Royce has always set the benchmark high in the car luxury segment. And when such a company tries to visualise how its cars will look a 100 years from now, you bet is bound to be special. Introducing the ‘Vision Vehicle’, a fully electric car from Rolls-Royce, the 103EX concept. This car has taken a step beyond the boundary of autonomous driving as we know it. It is Rolls-Royce’s Vision Next 100

  • Blac Chyna flaunts new tongue piercing

    Los Angeles: Model Blac Chyna debuted her new tongue piercing on Snapchat after filming a segment of her reality show at a tattoo parlor.

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    I’m a fan of Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan: Remo D’Souza

    New Delhi: Choreographer-filmmaker Remo D’Souza, who is marking his debut in the action genre with his upcoming film “A Flying Jatt”, says he is a huge fan of martial artists Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

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    Rating action to depend on policies, not personalities: Fitch

    New Delhi: Allaying concerns of any impact on India’s sovereign ratings due to RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan’s decision against a second term, leading global rating agency Fitch today said “policies are more important than personalities” on this front.

  • Real incident, situations inspired ‘Metro’

    Chennai: Forthcoming Tamil crime-thriller “Metro”, which explores the psyche of modern-day criminals, is inspired by a real incident which was witnessed by its director Ananda Krishnan not long ago.

  • Represent to Centre against culling wild animals: SC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday asked an animal rights activist and other organisations to point out to the Central government flaws in its notifications permitting the culling of nilgais, wild boars and rhesus monkeys in Bihar, Uttrakhand and Himachal Pradesh.