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  • Sanjay Dutt gets emotional on the last day of shoot

    After a hectic and gruelling back-to-back shooting schedule, actor Sanjay Dutt wrapped up his shoot for his upcoming revenge drama film ‘Bhoomi’. He shot for the final portions of the film in Mumbai. Sanjay was seen getting very emotional as it was his last day of shoot. It was an emotional moment for each and everyone present on the set.

  • Placebo effect works for a broken heart too

    New York: If you have been dumped recently, doing anything that you believe will help you feel better will probably offer a healing touch to the broken heart, say researchers.

  • Humans threaten crucial ‘fossil’ groundwater: study

    Vienna: Human activity risks contaminating pristine water locked underground for millennia and long thought impervious to pollution, said a study today that warned of a looming threat to the crucial resource.

  • Emotional eater? Your parents are to be blamed

    Washington D.C.: Are you an emotional eater? Do you tend to eat when you feel sad or upset? If yes, your parents are responsible.

  • Human vision inspires new camera system

    London: Inspired by how human gaze works, scientists have created a new way for computer-controlled cameras to ‘see’. Researchers from University of Glasgow in the UK developed a method for creating video using single-pixel cameras.

  • Why you should get married on Akshaya Tritiya

    Akshaya Tritiya is among the three auspicious lunar days that are called ‘sade-teen muhurat’. These three and a half muhurats (tithis) are Gudi Padwa, Vijaya Dashmi, Akshaya Tritiya and Kartik Shukla Pratipada. The first three tithis are considered for full day while the last as a half tithi, hence it is called ‘sade-teen muhurat’. It is said that sun and moon are at their radiant phase. No muhurat is required for any activity on

  • Small businesses with EU staff worry over Brexit

    London: More than half of small UK firms employing workers from the European Union (EU) are worried that the Brexit will stop them recruiting sufficiently skilled staff, a report revealed on Tuesday.

  • Marcus Raboy is a talented man, says Vir Das

    Mumbai: American film music video director Marcus Raboy has directed Vir Das’s Netflix special. The Indian comedian-actor finds Raboy extremely talented.

  • Excess iron in body causes liver damage

    New Delhi: Hemochromatosis, a disease caused by excess build up of iron in the body, is becoming a major cause of liver damage in India, doctors revealed on Tuesday.

  • Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion to see the biggest release ever in history, to arrive in 6000-7000 screens

    Yes, it’s official. Bahubali 2 – The Conclusion would see the biggest release ever in the history of Indian cinema. The film would be arriving in the upwards of 6000 screens (yes, you read it right) and efforts are still on to bring it closer to the 7000 screens. Never before has a film been released on such huge print count and an arrival like this pretty much places the SS Rajamoli’s

  • Subrata Paul fails dope test, says will go for ‘B’ sample

    New Delhi: Celebrated Indian goalkeeper Subrata Paul is staring at a career-threatening four-year ban after failing a dope test but has vowed to prove himself innocent by going for the confirmatory ‘B’ sample test.

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