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  • Gaanam Nair, model who went missing from Chennai, returns home

    28-year-old Chennai model, Gaanam Nair, who was reported missing, returned home in Chennai on Monday. Gaanam is reportedly suffering from depression and is going through some relationship issues but police refused to give any details till the investigation is complete.

  • Was Shah Rukh Khan the ex Priyanka Chopra referred to on ‘The Dirty Laundry’?

    Priyanka Chopra has ruled not just the red carpet, but all the late night shows that she has been on. She gets quite candid and wins the host over with her charm and wit. PeeCee recently appeared on the US chat show ‘The Dirty Laundry’ with Laura Brown where she was surprisingly got candid about her past relationship. While showing the jacket to Brown, PeeCee revealed that she was a bit apprehensive about bringing

  • Babri Masjid case: Advani and others in court, the story so far

    A special CBI court in Lucknow will frame charges today against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders L K Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti in the Babri Masjid demolition case. The leaders will appear today before the Special CBI judge S K Yadav.

  • 10 things you will find only in Goa: Part II

    Think Goa and mesmerising sunsets, gorgeous beaches, legendary shacks, lavish parties and delicious food comes to your mind. But these are not the only things that define the party capital of our country. Today, May 30, on the Goa Statehood Day, here we bring you the list of things that you will find only in Goa. Okay! Goa Statehood Day is the day when the state ceased to be a Union Territory and became

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    Shivaji Memorial in Mumbai: State may issue fresh tenders after L&T’s Rs 3,826 crore bid

    The tallest statue in the world, that of Shivaji will be erected in Arabian Sea by 2020 but that will happen at a huge cost. The government had estimated Rs 2,500 crore for phase 1 of the memorial and the Public Works Department (PWD) approved L&T’s Rs 3,826 crore bid to construct the phase 1. L&T’s bid of Rs 3,826 crore is Rs 1,326 crore more than the government’s estimate and

  • Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Select Plus launched in India at Rs 28.88 Lakh

    What would you do if you have incalculable wealth and you’re a connoisseur of one-off items? A gentleman, who likes to remain anonymous, commissioned Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke division in 2013 to come up with a one-of-its-kind Rolls. And voilà, with over a century of coachbuilding heritage, Rolls-Royce came up with the one-off Sweptail as imagined by ‘one of its most valued customers’. He worked closely over the course of four years with Rolls-Royce to

  • 10 things you will find only in Goa: Part I

    Think Goa and mesmerising sunsets, gorgeous beaches, legendary shacks, lavish parties and delicious food comes to your mind. But these are not the only things that define the party capital of our country. Today, May 30, on the Goa Statehood Day, here we bring you the list of things that you will find only in Goa. Okay! Goa Statehood Day is the day when the state ceased to be a Union Territory and became

  • Homer Simpson in Hall of Fame

    Los Angeles: Homer Simpson has been inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony took place on the 25th anniversary of “The Simpsons” episode “Homer at the Bat”, reported Rolling Stone.

  • Claire Foy disturbed while shooting for ‘The Crown’

    Actress Claire Foy says she was quite anxious while shooting for the next season of the biographical drama web series “The Crown”. The 33-year-old actress, who plays Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix show, says she would never want to revisit certain moments she filmed in the upcoming instalment, reported Variety. “Queen Elizabeth II has been a mother and held down a job. I related to that. She’s an icon, someone to

  • Legendary sports commentator Frank Deford dies at 78

    New York: Frank Deford, the legend in the world of sports journalism and sports commentary, took his last breath at 78, in Key West, Florida. According to CNN, National Public Radio (NPR) confirmed the news where Deford, after delivering commentaries for 37 years, took retirement earlier this month.

  • Katy Perry suffer wardrobe malfunction

    Pop star Katy Perry suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction while performing at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. The “Chained to the Rhythm” singer flashed her underwear as she was crouching down on stage, reported Ace Showbiz. The “Firework” singer delivered a powerful performance as she crooned several of her hit songs and later dedicated an acoustic version of “Part of Me” to the victims of Manchester concert bombing. “We will still dance,

  • Four-nation tour: PM Modi to arrive in Spain today

    New Delhi: Following his visit to Germany, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today arrive in Spain to kick-start his two-day visit to initiate bilateral engagements with President Mariano Rajoy.

  • Emma Watson down on one knee

    Actress Emma Watson reportedly wants to break tradition and propose to her partner William ‘Mack’ Knight.

  • Biju George roped in as fielding coach of women’s cricket team

    Mumbai: Biju George has been appointed the fielding coach of the Indian women’s cricket team as it assembles here for a preparatory camp from June 6-10, ahead of the ICC World Cup, scheduled from June 24 to July 23 in England and Wales, it was announced on Monday. Announcing the appointment, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said that the arrival of George will be a big “boost” for

  • Sensex off record-high, falls 41 points in early trade

    Mumbai: Snapping its record-setting spree, the benchmark BSE Sensex fell over 41 points in early trade today as participants locked-in gains at current levels amid disappointing quarterly earnings. Besides, absence of cues too negatively impacted trading sentiments as most of other Asian markets are shut.

  • Trump condemns killing of pair who tried to stop racist rant

    Washington: President Donald Trump has condemned the fatal stabbing of two good Samaritans trying to help a pair of young women targeted by an anti-Muslim tirade on a Portland, Oregon, light rail train. “The violent attacks in Portland on Friday are unacceptable,” Trump said on Twitter yesterday. “The victims were standing up to hate and intolerance. Our prayers are with them.”