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    Dog owners have more friends, cat owners likely to be single

    Washington: Dog owners are likely to have more friends and be in relationships as compared to cat keepers, a new study of Facebook profiles has found, says PTI. Researchers at Facebook studied 160,000 profiles on the social networking website of users in the US who shared photos of cats, dogs or both. They found that on average, dog people (those who own dogs) have 26 more Facebook friends than cat people.

  • Nargis Fakhri learnt Marathi for Banjo

    Nargis Fakhri who will be seen playing a New-York based DJ in Eros International’s upcoming musical drama, Banjo, starring Riteish Deshmukh in the lead role, had difficulty understanding Marathi on the sets of the movie.

  • Genelia Deshmukh shared a throwback to her Telugu film Bommarillu

    Even as she basks in doting husband Riteish Deshmukh’s love and cares for their sons, Riaan and Rahyl, Genelia Deshmukh cannot stop the occasional rewind to her film debut. She shared a throwback to her Telugu film Bommarillu which released 10 years ago, revealing that the romantic comedy gave her “acknowledgment, appreciation and most importantly a special place in a lot of homes.”
    A few days ago on August 7, Riteish had thrown

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    After losing job, former Arunachal CM commits suicide

    Itanagar: A pall of gloom engulfed Arunachal Pradesh as former Chief Minister Kalikho Pul, unseated on July 13 by a Supreme Court ruling, committed suicide, sending shock waves across the country. Pul, 47, was found hanging from a ceiling fan in the bedroom of the Chief Minister’s residence which he was yet to vacate, police said.

  • Big B, Arjun Kapoor get defensive for Indian Olympians

    Shobhaa De stirred up an Olympic-poo-sized fracas when she tweeted, “Goal of Team India at the Olympics: Rio jao. Selfies lo. Khaali haat wapas aao. What a waste of money and opportunity.”

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    Thailand to hold election in 2017: military ruler

    Bangkok: Thailand’s army ruler today said the country would hold a general election next year as planned following the approval in a referendum of a new junta-backed Constitution that gives the military sweeping powers. Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-O-Cha’s announcement came after voters approved the draft charter in Sunday’s referendum vote.

  • What age taught Kalki Koechlin in Bollywood

    Kalki Koechlin is something of an anomaly in B-town, simply because she’s so much more than the conventional heroine. She actually enjoys doing craft projects for home, is very serious about theatre and is not above taking long breaks to follow her heart. For instance, last year she had taken six months off to write and direct a play. No long lazy holidays for her though, anything more than two

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    Implementing the Constitution need of hour: Nepali PM Dahal

    Kathmandu: Asserting that national consensus was essential to address national issues, Nepali Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Tuesday said that peace process and implementing the Constitution were the need of the hour. Dahal made the remarks during a meeting with a delegation of the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) at his official residence in Baluwatar .

  • An Afghan National Army officer escorts a slightly injured boy from the site of a suicide attack on the outskirts of Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan

    1 dead, 14 injured in Afghanistan’s Mazar-i-Sharif blast

    Kabul: At least one civilian was killed and 14 others injured in a suicide attack in Mazar-i-Sharif city of Afghanistan’s Balkh province on Tuesday. Local officials said that a child and three women are among those injured. The officials said the blast took place at around 12.50 p.m. local time near a busy market in the city, reports the Tolo News.

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    China ridicules Trump’s criticism of its trade practices

    Beijing: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is playing the “China-bashing card” in an attempt to rescue his falling poll numbers but has no real ideas to resolve the two nations’ differences, China’s official news agency said today. Responding to a speech yesterday in which the candidate accused China of breaking trade rules “in every way imaginable,” Xinhua such “inflammatory” rhetoric was meant to appeal to blue-collar Midwestern voters. It called the remarks dangerous

  • Mobs attack security forces in Kashmir Valley

    Srinagar: Mobs attacked security forces with stones in three districts of the Kashmir Valley on Tuesday but there was no major injury to anyone in the clashes, officials said.

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    Iran sentences prominent journalist to 3 years in prison

    Tehran: The lawyer of prominent Iranian journalist says a court has sentenced his client to three years in prison on charges of insulting authorities and spreading propaganda against the ruling system. Mahmoud Alizadeh Tabatabaei said today that his client, Isa Saharkhiz, who was detained in November, can appeal the verdict within the next 20 days.

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    Man United transfer wait was annoying: Pogba

    Manchester: Newly-signed Manchester United’s French midfielder Paul Pogba has admitted the wait for his 89 million pound ($ 115.3 million) return to the English Premier League football club was “annoying”. The 23-year-old completed his switch back to United from Italian champions Juventus in the early hours of Tuesday morning after ongoing speculation surrounding his future, reports Sky Sports.

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    My sister Tanushree understands me better than myself, says Ishita Dutta

    She outshined the silver and small screen with her elegance and allure. She is an actor who merits films and television equally. Ishita Dutta of Life Ok’s popular Rishton Ka Saudagar – Baazigar talks to Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about her bond with the sister-actor Tanushree Dutta, her love for small screen and more…