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  • Sachin Tendulkar sends out special invites for his film premiere to a lucky few

    It’s just two days to go for the release of the docudrama on cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar. The makers have organised a premiere for Bollywood and cricket fraternity on Wednesday. And the invites that have been sent out for the premiere are nothing less than a cricket lover’s dream.

  • Volkswagen Tiguan Launched At Rs 27.98 Lakh

    Volkswagen has launched the second-gen Tiguan at Rs 27.98 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi) in India. Unlike the discontinued Touareg, the Tiguan is locally assembled at the Volkswagen Group’s Aurangabad plant.

  • Saif Ali Khan’s 2005 interview on split with Amrita Singh is full of shocking claims

    Mumbai: One of Bollywood’s most hot and good looking couples Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh parted ways in 2004 after being married for 13 years. It was another love marriage that went kaput. It was rumoured that Saif left Amrita because of girlfriend Rosa Catalano, but the reason behind the separation was Amrita herself. An interview from 2005 which Saif gave is now making headlines. In it Saif was quoted as

  • Paytm Payments Bank: This is all you need to know

    Paytm, it is being said, is all set to conquer the banking industry by introducing Paytm bank. The e-commerce website has launched virtual bank, which will offer variety of features and newly-introduced schemes to the customers.

  • Viewpoint: Are Muslim women just a ‘pawn’ in this political game?

    India is world’s largest and vibrant democracy. The nation has many caste, creed, religion, culture, customs and is heterogeneous. India has roughly around 1.3 billion population and growing every single day and is the fastest growing economy in the world. If India is so prosperous and pluralistic then why are we stuck with archaical and patriarchal mindset? Why Indian women, who constitute roughly 50% of population still be treated as second class citizens.

  • Manchester terror attack: Britain mourns loss of young lives, second victim is identified

    Manchester: The Manchester terrorist attack that claimed 22 innocent lives has shaken people around the world, as the victims in the blast are now beginning to be identified. Eight-year old Saffie Rose Roussos has been described as “simply a beautiful little girl in every aspect of the word,” by the head teacher of her Lancashire school, according the Guardian. Saffie was one of the 22 who lost their young life in the ruthless terrorist

  • Pak court allows Indian woman to return home

    Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court today allowed an Indian woman, who has sought refuge at the Indian mission here after accusing a Pakistani man of forcibly marrying her, to return to India, a media report said.

  • Viral ‘hand-swat’: Melania snubs Trump….again!

    New Delhi: With the drama over Melania swatting off Donald Trump’s hand in Riyadh still going viral on the social media, the first lady has done it yet again. As the U.S. President along with wife Melania landed in Rome, the former’s hand was ignored yet again by the first lady.

  • IPL 2017: Amitabh Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar at Ambanis’ bash for Mumbai Indians

    The IPL final between Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) and Mumbai Indians (MI) was a nail-biting one, where RPS dominated for the most of the time but MI made a strong comeback when it mattered the most. The contest entailed several twist and turns, with all three results possible as Mitchell Johnson went back to his mark to deliver the final ball. But it seemed MI were quite lucky as they won the

  • Mumbai: To fasten realty sector, BMC to reduce penalties on builders

    To try and fasten the slow real estate sector in Mumbai, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is going to reduce penalties on builders. After discussing the matter with Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI) on May 19, the BMC is planning to reduce the rising project costs for builders by cutting down on components such as land under construction rates and some premiums.

  • Four climbers found dead on Mt Everest, season death toll reaches 9

    Kathmandu: At least four climbers including a woman mountaineer were found dead inside their tent at a high altitude camp on Mt Everest, taking this year’s death toll of the spring climbing season to at least nine. The expedition officials on Wednesday said that Sherpa climbers spotted four bodies – two Nepalis and two foreigners – at camp IV on Tuesday while they were searching for another body to recover, reports the

  • Missing Sukhoi-30: Bad weather halts rescue mission

    Tezpur: The rescue mission for the missing Sukhoi-30 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force (IAF), has been currently halted due to bad weather condition. The IAF aircraft which was on a routine training went missing yesterday from North of Tezpur in Assam. According to reports, the aircraft airborne from Tezpur Air Base, lost radar and radio contact approximately 60 Km North of Tezpur. The aircraft is overdue and actions have been

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    Mohanlal’s ‘Mahabharata’ facing protests from pro-Hindu group. Find out why

    Lalettan fans are excited to see their favourite actor, Mohanlal, in the big screen adaptation of ‘The Mahabharata’. The film, a cinematic adaptation of MT Vasudevan’s book Randamoozham, is reportedly going to be made on a budget of Rs 1,000 crore, the highest for any Indian film so far. Even before the film has gone on floors, it has run into trouble.