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  • Deepika was looking gorgeous as Padmavati: Alia Bhatt

    Mumbai: Actress Alia Bhatt says Deepika Padukone, who has begun shooting for Sanjay Leela Bhansalia’s historic drama “Padmavati” was looking stunning as the protagonist.

  • Chemists postpone nationwide strike after government assurance

    Mumbai: An apex body of chemists today decided to postpone its proposed nationwide strike on November 23 after Union Health Ministry assured it that it will look into the issue of online sale of medicines and other matters raised by the group.

  • Father’s love helps kid to score better grades

    Washington DC: A father should be generous towards his child as it help the latter to score better grades in study, says a study published in Springer’s journal Sex Roles, reports ANI.

  • Long-acting malaria pill a step closer

    Washington: Scientists have developed a new drug capsule that remains in the stomach for up to two weeks after being swallowed, gradually releasing its payload, paving the way for a long acting pill that may effectively treat malaria and many other diseases, says PTI.

  • Proper nutrition keeps you stress free

    Washington DC: Good nutrition not only benefits your physical health, but also works as a cornerstone for mental health, says a study published in the Clinical Psychological Science journal. A study highlights the different approaches that psychology researchers are taking to understand the many ways in which nutrition and mental health intersect, says ANI.

  • Catching liars with brain scan

    New Delhi: Our brains are much more likely to give away a lie than sweaty palms or spikes in heart rate are, new evidence suggests. Researchers report in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry that scanning people”s brains with fMRI, or functional magnetic resonance imaging, was significantly more effective at spotting lies than a traditional polygraph test.

  • Physiotherapy not beneficial for ankle sprains

    Washington DC: It’s better to deal with your ankle sprains on your own at home than to visit a physiotherapist. A study published by The BMJ reveals that physiotherapy does not benefit recovery when compared to basic self management of the injury at home, says ANI.

  • E-cigarettes may damage gums, teeth

    Washington: Electronic cigarettes, often perceived as a healthier alternative to conventional cigarettes, are as damaging to gums and teeth as smoking, a new study has warned, reports PTI. The study by researchers at University of Rochester Medical Centre in the US is the first scientific study to address e-cigarettes and their detrimental effect on oral health on cellular and molecular levels.

  • Cybercrime victims continue to live on the edge, finds study

    New Delhi: Device users, who fell victim to cybercrime within the past one year, often continue with their unsafe behaviour oblivious of the risks like sharing passwords or leaving their devices unprotected, a report by software security firm says, reports PTI.

  • On a high note with Benny Dayal

    Singer Benny Dayal, the voice of such hits as ‘Kamina hai dil…’ (Mastizaade), ‘If you hold my hand…’ (ABCD2) and ‘Badtameez dil…’  (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani) speaks about the spiritual marriage of music and happiness, to Shubarna Mukerji Shu.

  • Leonard Cohen died after sudden fall during sleep

    A week after Leonard Cohen’s family announced the demise of the legendary singer at the age of 82, new details have emerged about his final days, including the circumstances of his death, reports PTI.

  • Robert Downey Jr to direct TV drama

    Iron Man” star Robert Downey Jr is set to step behind the camera to produce and direct a new television drama called “Singularity”. The 51-year-old actor is turning his talents to television and stepping behind the camera as he gears up to both produce and direct the new series, reported The Wrap.

  • Purab Kohli to document his road trip

    Purab, who has spent a lot of time in the Northeast since 2004 while he was hosting the show for channel V, explored a fair amount of Meghalaya on a motorbike while shooting there for the film.

  • Toll collection on National Highways suspended till November 24 midnight

    The government extended the suspension of tolls till November 24 midnight for all National Highways. Last week, as relief to commuters after Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes were rendered defunct by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the government had announced that tolls would be suspended till November 14 midnight. Earlier, on November 9, the govt had announced the suspension of toll collection on National Highways till November 11 midnight. Now, the deadline was

  • Kajol excited to play single mom in her next

    Kajol is all excited to be playing single mother in her upcoming film for which she starts shooting next year. Director Anand Gandhi is working on one of his play’s big screen adaptation that will feature Kajol in the lead.

  • Alia Bhatt stars solo in new poster of ‘Dear Zindagi’

    New Delhi: Unlike the previous posters that had both the leading actors of the film, the new poster of Gauri Shinde’s ‘Dear Zindagi’ features Alia Bhatt in an overwhelming look.

  • SRK does not carry the baggage of being a star: Gauri Shinde

    Director Gauri Shinde, who has directed Shah Rukh Khan in her second film “Dear Zindagi”, said initially she was enamoured by the superstar but discovered that he doesn’t throw his weight around. “We did meetings and readings together before we started shooting. The first day of shoot was like Oh My God both for me and Alia Bhatt. It strikes you this is Shah Rukh Khan and you become aware of his

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