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  • No floor test in Tamil Nadu assembly till September 20, says Madras HC

    Chennai: The Madras High Court today ordered that no floor test would be conducted in the Tamil Nadu Assembly till September 20. Justice M Duraiswami passed the interim order on petitions by DMK working president M K Stalin and MLA P Vetrivel, a staunch loyalist of ousted AIADMK leader TTV Dhinakaran.

  • Business benefits of using Mobile CRM

    The number of mobile users around the world has increased tremendously as compared to the number of PC users. Mobile penetration is far more than the PC penetration, having a mobile CRM helps its users in more ways than can be envisioned. Moreover Mobile is more utilitarian and economical as compared to PC or a Laptop.  Of course, there are iPhones and expensive android phones which are much costlier than entry level

  • Shocking! NFAI lose over 9200 film reels including Satyajit Ray and Mother India

    As per a report in a national daily, the National Film Archive of India, or NFAI in short, had more than 9200 prints missing from the archives, many of them being cinematic gems. The newspaper got this information based on an RTI they had filed to get a summary of inventory that is available at the NFAI. The NFAI had got a private firm Cameo Digital Systems Private Limited in 2010 to

  • Kriti Sanon’s latest pictures for a magazine shoot in Oman will definitely make you jealous

    Kriti Sanon’s ‘Bareily Ki Barfi’ is commercially and critically hit and she was lauded for her role. The actress is busy because of commitments but she is enjoying her success and the latest photo of the actress is revealing all, Kriti is in Oman for a magazine shoot but she grabbed some free time for her self and could be seen chilling in pool, she even shared a video of her in

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    Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ceasefire violations

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad J.P. Singh, a day after two civilians were killed in a ceasefire violation allegedly by Indian forces on the Line of Control.

  • KBC 9: Abhishek Bachchan couldn’t answer a question on football and his father was surprised

    Not only is Abhishek Bachchan a big fan of sports but the actor has also invested his time and money in games. The actor is a self-confessed fan of football and often plans to trips to watch matches in foreign shores live and cheer for them. Moreover, considering his real life connect with the game, we believe that the actor would be a master at it but recently at a game show,

  • Zoom Air starts ops from Jabalpur airport

    Zoom Air starts ops from Jabalpur airport

    Jabalpur: An aircraft carrier by Zoom Air started operations from Jabalpur Airport in the route Delhi -Jabalpur – Kolkata -Jorhat and vice versa. This will connect Northern, Western and Eastern region of the country.

  • India vs Australia: Shikhar Dhawan to miss first three ODIs

    New Delhi: Left-handed Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan will miss the first three ODIs of the five-match series against Australia beginning Sunday as he has attend to his wife Ayesha Mukherjee, who is unwell.

  • Kapil Sharma is back: The show will resume from next month

    Downfall of Kapil Sharma was certain shock for his fans and even worst was that his show was shut due to many reasons, some claim that he became arrogant and full of stardom that he started making wait superstars like Shah Rukh, Ajay for hours on the sets. But all the rumours started to settle down when Kapil Sharma spoke about his down fall and what was the reason for it, he

  • MCI cancels admission of MBBS students in Puducherry which violated norms

    Puducherry: The Medical Council of India has quashed admission of students to first-year MBBS course in deemed universities and private medical colleges in the Union Territory, which were done without centralised counselling and after the last date during the academic year 2016-17.

  • AIADMK power struggle: Dinakaran faction move Madras HC, meets EC officials

    Chennai: The cracks in the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) seem to be ever-widening as now the T.T.V. Dinakaran faction has met the officials from the Elections Commission and have requested them to declare the recently-conducted general council meeting of the party null and void.

  • ‘Kaala’ could be Ranjith’s fastest shot film

    Chennai: As much as 70 per cent of superstar Rajinikanth’s upcoming Tamil gangster drama “Kaala” has been completed. The pace at which it is being shot could make it the fastest shot film in director Pa. Ranjith’s career, a source has said.

  • Shinzo Abe in Gujarat: A strong India is in Japan’s interest

    Ahmedabad: The fast-growing India-Japan ties got a major fillip as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe on Thursday laid the foundation stone here for India’s first bullet train project based on Japan’s Shinkansen super speed train technology.

  • Pakistan poll panel issues arrest warrant for Imran Khan

    Islamabad: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday issued a bailable arrest warrant for PTI chief Imran Khan following his failure to show up for the contempt of court proceedings.

  • Akshay Kumar: TV actors deserve to be paid more than film stars

    Mumbai: From judging reality shows to promoting his films on daily soaps, actor Akshay Kumar has been frequent on the small screen and believes TV actors work harder than film stars and deserve a better pay package.