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  • Teachers Day 2017: Significance, history and all you need to know

    Teachers are the important members of the society who play an important role in shaping our life. They are the inspiration, the mentor, the guide, the spark and the candle to our life. Teachers Day is a day meant to appreciate, honor and acknowledge the amazing contribution teachers do to us. India marks Teachers Day on the 5th of September every year. The day is celebrated in honour of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, known for his

  • Teachers Day 2017: Wishes and greetings to share on SMS, Facebook, WhatsApp

    Each year, September 5 is celebrated as Teachers Day in India in honor of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – India’s first Vice President and second President. He was born on September 5, 1888, and his birth anniversary is celebrated by paying tribute to teachers and gurus. On Teachers Day, every student expresses his/her gratitude and appreciation by preparing speeches and by carrying greeting cards, chocolates and flowers for their teachers. The role teachers played in

  • Directing Hollywood’s best

    The ‘Lunchbox’ filmmaker Ritesh Batra talks about reuniting veteran actors Robert Redford and Jane Fonda after 47 years

  • JeM, LeT in BRICS declaration due to violent activities: China

    Beijing: China today said that Pakistan-based terrorist outfits like JeM, LeT and the Haqqani network have been included in the BRICS joint declaration due to concerns about their violent activities in the region.

  • BRICS nations commit to enhance cooperation on health matters

    Xiamen: India and other BRICS members today praised the establishment of a “long-term mechanism” for traditional medicine exchanges and committed themselves to enhance cooperation on health issues at international fora, including at the G20.

  • Watch the trailer of Julie 2; ‘Sanskaari’ Pahlaj Nihalani is back! This time, to present erotic ‘Julie 2’

    Mumbai: Days after his ousting from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), Pahlaj Nihalani is back on celluloid, this time, as the distributor for erotic film ‘Julie 2’. Nihalani will be presenting the bold film, the poster of which sparked outrage on Twitter, mainly because it defies the ‘sanskaari norms’ that he once used to swear by.

  • Lawmaker attack mastermind kills policeman during Karachi raid

    Karachi: A student of applied physics at Pakistan’s Karachi University, believed to be the mastermind of a failed attack on a Sindh lawmaker, killed one policeman and injured another before fleeing during a police raid here.

  • OMG! Esha Gupta’s hot and bold bikini pictures takes internet by storm

    Esha Gupta always made headlines by posting topless and bold pictures of of her on Instagram account but for that she had faced lot of criticism and in return the beautiful actress gave a good answer to all her haters, In a recent interview to a leading daily, she commented on her bold pictures and had said, “In our country, women are eternally blamed. They are accused when a girl child is

  • Farrukhabad hospital deaths: No action to be taken on FIR, says govt

    Lucknow: The UP government today said no action would be initiated on the basis of an FIR lodged against the CMO and the CMS of Farrukhabad district hospital in the case related to deaths of 49 infants in a month there. The FIR was registered last night in Farrukhabad, about 180 km from the state capital.

  • Sanjay Dutt is a sanskari father

    The actor feels that sharing a drink with his children or being too friendly with them may make them astray

  • In a first, Smith to play a racist black dude

    Hollywood star Will Smith said it is a rarity for a black actor to portray a racist character as films have hardly explore that angle to the stereotype. The 48-year-old actor, who will be next seen in fantasy film “Bright” as LAPD officer Scott Ward, admitted as an actor of colour, it was “bizarre” that his character was given the prejudice trait, reported FemaleFirst.

  • Brie Larson wants women to take risks

    Brie Larson says she wants women to be fearless and develop the quality of taking risks in life. The 27-year-old actor, who turns director with “Unicorn Store”, which arrives in cinemas later this year, says the idea of filmmaking is not about her personal success, reports Contactmusic.

  • Vikander, Fassbender to get married next month

    Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender are planning to take their relationship to the next level, and are reportedly getting married in Ibiza next month.They got close when they played lovers in 2014 film “The Light Between Oceans”.

  • Ali Fazal, Judi Dench take Venice by storm

    Indian actor Ali Fazal looked dapper as he stepped out in a tuxedo for the world premiere of his film “Victoria and Abdul” at the Venice International Film Festival here with legendary actress Judi Dench.He posed with a gleaming smile with Dench, and was excited to meet actors like George Clooney and Sam Rockwell at the gala on Sunday.