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  • Shah Rukh Khan

    King Khan wants Aryan to see old classics before entering B-town

    Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says he has made a collection of some old classic English and Hindi films which he wants to show to his son Aryan, who aspires to enter the filmdom, reports PTI. Aryan would soon begin his formal education in films at a prestigious institution in USA.

  • SRK stays away from controversy 

    SRK stays away from controversy 

    Superstar Shah Rukh Khan chose to stay tight lipped on Bangladesh Eid attack, saying he does not want any controversy out of it. SRK’s remarks on intolerance had landed him in trouble last year after he had said that there was ‘extreme intolerance in the country’. “Last year media asked me something simple on my birthday and it became an issue. I did not enjoy my birthday and I hold that against

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    Higher education needs radical changes: C Rangarajan

    Hyderabad: Former Chairman of Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, C Rangarajan today said higher education in India is at “cross-roads”, and needs radical changes. Speaking at the sixth convocation of ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education here, he said agricultural, industrial and scientific growth of the country depend on creating a “corps” of well-trained professionals in these areas, and it would happen only with good quality higher education.

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    DDCA plea against Kejriwal, Azad not maintainable: Delhi HC told

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today told Delhi High Court that the civil defamation suit filed by DDCA against him and suspended BJP MP Kirti Azad for their alleged remarks against the cricketing body about its functioning and finances was not maintainable.

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    Bombay High Court unhappy about govt apathy to night shelters for homeless

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today expressed unhappiness over the laxity shown by Maharashtra government and Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai for not providing adequate number of night shelters for the homeless people in the city. A division bench headed by Justice Abhay Oka said the authorities had not reserved enough plots for night shelters.

  • Jimmy Shergill

    I’m very critical about my work: Jimmy Sheirgill 

    Mumbai: Actor Jimmy Shergill says he is very critical of his work and even though some of his films are highly appreciated he still feels that he could have done them better.

  • Sunny Leone

    Sunny teams up with Ranbir, Katrina for song in ‘Fuddu’

    Mumbai: Actress Sunny Leone may be seen shaking legs on a track which will have poems recited by Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif in forthcoming film, “Fuddu”. Directed by Sunil Subramani, who has assisted filmmaker Anurag Basu on several films, the movie is said to be a fun love story, reports PTI. According to sources, Ranbir and Katrina, currently shoo

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    ‘Fat tax’ for junk food proposed in Kerala budget

    Thiruvananthapuram: A 14.5 per cent ‘fat tax’ on burgers, pizzas and other junk food and a Green tax for vehicles over 10 years have been proposed in Kerala’s CPI(M)- led Left Front government’s maiden budget today that also provided for a Rs 12,000 crore ‘anti-slowdown package’ for taking up developmental works.

  • Sanjeeda Sheikh

    ‘Saas-bahu’ shows will never fade away: Sanjeeda Sheikh

    New Delhi: Even if there is a surge of mystical, mythological and reality shows on the small screen, actress  Sanjeeda Sheikh says Indian families can’t stay away from saas-bahu shows and they will never fade away.

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    Salman Khan ignores NCW summons

    New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan today failed to appear before National Commission for Women, defying the summons sent by the women’s panel over his rape remark. According to a statement by the Commission, it received a legal response from Salman’s team and is evaluating the next step.

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    Like US Prez, PM should negotiate directly on GST: Digvijay

    Hyderabad: Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should directly negotiate with political parties having reservations on the issue of GST, as is a practice in the US.

  • Samsung launches new Galaxy phones, technologies

    Bengaluru: Leading smartphone manufacturer Samsung on Friday launched two new Galaxy series phones while unveiling its Turbo Speed Technology (TST) and Smart Glow technologies.

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    Deadly soil bacteria can enter body with a sniff:Study

    Melbourne: A deadly soil bacteria, that kills nearly 90,000 people around the world each year, may be picked up by a  simple sniff and can travel to the brain and spinal cord in just 24 hours, a new study warns.

  • India, S-Africa to deepen ties in defence, manufacturing sectors

    Pretoria: Ratcheting up their traditional ties, India and South Africa today agreed to deepen engagement in key areas of defence production, manufacturing, mining and minerals while vowing to cooperate “actively” in combating terrorism and dealing with issues at multilateral fora.

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    Emraan Hashmi felt guilty for son’s cancer

    Mumbai: Actor Emraan Hashmi, who has penned his struggle around his son Ayan’s cancer treatment in a book, says there was a time when he and his wife felt guilty that their son had to battle the disease.