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    Salman-Shah Rukh scene in ‘Tubelight’ will be a standout moment: Kabir Khan

    A film that brings out the bad side of war is a Kabir Khan speciality. His new film Tubelight also treads on the same line but this time the filmmaker ventures into the Indo-Sino conflict and the struggles in the north-east region, which is also India’s most neglected area. His previous collaborations with actor Salman Khan Ek Tha Tiger (2012) and Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015). Both the films were super-hits and Tubelight is expected to break

  • Indian IT industry to grow 7-8% in 2017-18, says Nasscom

    Hyderabad: Hit by global political and economic uncertainties, the Indian IT industry’s software exports are projected to grow at 7-8 percent this fiscal (2017-18), which is lower than 8-10 percent in the 2016-17 fiscal, the apex Nasscom said on Thursday.

  • Theatre is on my wish list now, says Ssharad Malhotra

    ‘Kasam Tere Pyar Ki’ star, Ssharad Malhotra recently finished shooting for a short film titled “She is d One” with filmmaker Aneeta Patel. When we asked him about the project, Ssharad says, “Firstly, it is a change from acting on TV. With a short film, it feels nice to convey a story in limited time. is actually nice that you are conveying or narrating your story in a very stipulated time, which

  • Meri Durga: Rishina Kandhari goes camping on birthday!

    Actor Rishina Kandhari celebrated her birthday in the lap of nature on Wednesday. The actor, who currently seen in ‘Meri Durga’ on Star Plus, went camping like every year.

  • Pak fan takes dig at Shah Rukh Khan after Champions Trophy win, gets slammed by Twitterati

    After Pakistan won the final match of ICC Champions Trophy on Sunday, cricket fans in Pakistan showed their love for the team and its captain Sarfraz Ahmed by gathering to wish the star. Sarfaraz Ahmed-led team defeated Team India to win their maiden ICC Champions Trophy. The celebrations were, as expected, loud and poking fun at India. But one Pakistani cricket fan crossed his lines when he took a dig at Bollywood’s

  • Is Virat Kohli the real villain in the Anil Kumble resignation saga?

    Former Indian captain and head coach of Indian cricket team Anil Kumble dropped a bombshell on Tuesday, when he voluntarily resigned as the coach of Indian cricket team. The decision was sudden but was on expected lines. The relationship between Kumble and captain Virat Kohli was not smooth and cordial and both sides had differences of opinion on many things. Sources close to Indian team say that Kohli was allegedly not happy with high

  • Mumbai: 10 gold bars recovered from Jet Airways flight

    Mumbai (Maharashtra): On specific intelligence, the officers of AIU rummaged Jet Airways flight no. 9W 535 which arrived from Dubai at 07:45 p.m. and recovered two unclaimed packets wrapped with black coloured adhesive tape concealed in the cavity behind the mirror in the left side rear toilet of the flight.

  • North Korea calls Donald Trump a ‘psychopath’

    Seoul: North Korea today called US President Donald Trump a “psychopath” as tensions soar following the death of American student Otto Warmbier, who was evacuated in a coma from North Korean detention last week.

  • PIL in Bombay High Court seeks deferment of GST implementation till next fiscal

    Mumbai: A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Bombay High Court seeking directions to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led Union Government to delay its much-anticipated GST rollout. The PIL has sought directions from the court to defer implementation of the GST till the next financial year.

  • Sheena Bora murder: CBI court adjourns matter till July 4

    Mumbai: The Special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Thursday adjourned the hearing in the Sheena Bora murder case till July 4. Earlier on June 12, the CBI informed a Special Court that it is considering challenging the High Court’s order in the Supreme Court which held one statement inadmissible in the case.

  • ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 trivia: 10 interesting facts about the tournament

    The ICC Women’s World Cup is all set to start from June 24 when New Zealand will take on Sri Lanka in Bristol while hosts England will lock horns with India at County Ground in Derby. The tournament will take place from June 24 to July 23 and will have eight teams. The first four ranked teams got the automatic qualification while the other four qualified after playing 2017 World Cup Qualifier.

  • Subramanian Swamy backs NCM chief, says those celebrating Pakistan’s victory should be sent there

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Thursday backed National Commission for Minorities (NCM) chairman Syed Ghayorul Hasan Rizvi and said those who have to cheer for Pakistan are free to leave India. Talking to ANI, Swamy said if a person goes against the country and lowers the image of the nation then his citizenship can be withdrawn.

  • Sridevi’s views on daughters Jhanvi and Khushi prove she’s just like any other Mom

    Even Bollywood moms are just like any other common mom, even they have strict rules for their children. In an interview to DNA, Sridevi revealed some secrets of her daughters Jhanvi and Khushi Kapoor. She said that she is a strict mom and has given them time curfew as well. “Yes, rules are same for both Jhanvi and Khushi. They know they have a curfew time and they have to be back

  • In pictures: This is how Mumbai celebrated the 3rd International Yoga Day

    The third International Yoga Day, June 21, was celebrated with utmost fanfare not only India but also in many countries across the world. With Prime Minister Narendra Modi efforts, yoga was declared as the ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity’ by UNESCO and the announcement was a treat to fitness enthusiasts. Narendra Modi celebrated the yoga day with thousands of others in Lucknow, similar yoga displays were organised in the city of Mumbai. Here we