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    Anil Kapoor celebrates the huge ovation for ’24’

    Ever since the first episode of Season 2 of ’24’ was aired, Anil Kapoor‘s phone hasn’t stopped ringing. “It’s amazing how much enthusiasm Season 2 of ’24’ has generated! We wanted to do the second season only when all of us were sure we had the time and energy to do it uninterrupted. Even before Season 2 had begun airing we had already completed shooting of 18 episodes, with 6

  • AI to recruit 500 pilots, 1,500 cabin crew in next 2-3 yrs

    Hyderabad: Air India may recruit about 500 pilots and over 1,500 cabin crew in next two to three years to meet the requirement as the fleet size is expected to increase considerably, a senior official has said.

  • No foul play in activist Dias’ death: CM

    Panaji: The police probe into the death of social activist Bismarque Dias has revealed that he died of drowning and there was no foul play in it, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar told the state Assembly.

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    Stem cells injection could ward off glaucoma

    New York: An infusion of stem cells harvested from a patient’s own skin could help restore proper drainage for fluid-clogged eyes at risk of glaucoma, a study says. When fluid accumulates in the eye, the increase in pressure could lead to glaucoma. The disease damages the optic nerve and can result in blindness.

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    More Russians banned in Rio Olympics for doping

    Lausanne: Ninteen more Russian rowers were banned from the Olympics, taking the toll of the nation’s athletes suspended from Rio to 108 after explosive revelations of state-run doping across Russian sport.

  • My best game was in India: SA Cricketer of the Year Rabada

    Johannesburg: Less than a year after making a stunning debut for the Proteas, 21-year-old Kagiso Rabada hit the record books for a six when he was named South African’s youngest ever Cricketer of the Year and also scooped up five other awards at a gala hosted by Cricket South Africa.

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    WHO declares Brazil free of measles

    Rio de Janeiro: The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared Brazil free of measles, after no case of the disease was registered in the last year. The eradication of measles is the conclusion of work spanning several years. Brazil saw no domestic cases of measles from 1985 to 2000, although it broke out in 2013 in the northeastern states of Pernambuco and Ceara, said Merceline Dalh-Regis, president of the WHO’s

  • Want to do hardcore love story: Raashi

    Chennai: Actress Raashi Khanna, who has predominantly worked in commercial Telugu films such as “Jil” and “Supreme”, says she would love to be part of a film like “Geethanjali” to satisfy her creative appetite.

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    Mercedes-Benz India To Introduce Petrol Variants Across Its Range

    Apologies for making you read yet another news report that relates to the Delhi diesel ban, but this is a big one. Luxury car makers attribute the lion’s share of their sales to models powered by diesel engines. However, in light of the recent anti-diesel sentiment, many brands are shifting focus back towards petrol motors. Mercedes-Benz already offers petrol engines with most of its models, but now, every car in

  • Narendra Modi speaks to new British PM Theresa May

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to British Prime Minister Theresa May congratulating her on her assumption of new responsibility and affirmed India’s commitment to further strengthen the strategic bilateral partnership.

  • Muslim women beaten over beef rumour: Bhupender Singh hints at action

    Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Taking a strong note of the incident in Mandsaur district where the Hindu Dal activists roughed up two Muslim women for allegedly carrying beef, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Bhupender Singh on Wednesday said that action would be initiated against those who have attempted to take the law in their hands.

  • Arjun Kapoor to have double for in ‘Mubaraka’

    New Delhi: While his contemporaries Ranveer Singh and Varun Dhawan are yet to experiment with the concept, Arjun Kapoor is gearing up to play his second double role in the early stages of his career in his next- Aneez Bazmee’s ‘Mubaraka.’