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    1978 Samba spy case: Supreme Court dismisses plea by army officials

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today dismissed a plea seeking a direction to the Centre to provide the files on the basis of which the services of some army officers, caught for allegedly spying for Pakistan in 1978 in the infamous Samba spy case, were terminated.

  • Fashion firm drags Shraddha Kapoor, producers to court

    Mumbai: A clothing manufacturer has filed a complaint against actor Shraddha Kapoor and one of the producers of the upcoming film ‘Haseena Parkar’ accusing them of cheating and criminal breach of trust.

  • OMG! Shekhar Suman was trolled by twitteratties for making joke on Kangana Ranaut

    Bollywood actor Shekhar Suman has always tried to protect his son from the outrage of Kangana and jumped into the war and this time he has done the same he cracked a joke on Kangana but not taking her name on Twitter he captioned his tweet “itna hungama ..itna shor sharaba..nateeja?khoda pahad ..nikli chuhiya!” While it is evident that Shekhar was mocking the actress’ remarks and Simran’s failure.

  • Iraq set to expel 500 wives of IS jihadists

    Baghdad: Iraq moved 500 wives of Islamic State group jihadists to a detention centre in preparation to deport them after they were captured along with 800 children, a councillor said today.

  • All decisions by Nitish invalid, says JD-U Sharad faction

    New Delhi: The Janata Dal-United faction led by veteran leader Sharad Yadav has declared invalid all decisions taken by Nitish Kumar as JD-U president, terming his election to the post as technically invalid.

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    Nawazuddin, Ayushmann, Madhavan: 10 Bollywood stars and their non-filmy wives

    Bollywood actors are well-known faces in the world, and they have a huge fan following. While a number of Bollywood actors are married to Bollywood actresses, there are some stars who have married non-popular faces, who are not from the industry. These non-filmy wives are not attention-seekers and they don’t appear on page 3 columns very often. They even maintain distance from paparazzi. In fact, some even go around and have a

  • Rumour’s came to an end: No fight between Sushant Singh Rajput and R Madhavan

    Sushant Singh Rajput proved once again that besides being a good actor he is a good human being, yes, the rumours were making round that Sushant was unhappy with makers of ‘Chanda Mama Door Ke’ for increasing R Madhavan’s role in the movie. But the speculations came to an end when a source to a Sushant said ” R Madhavan and Sushant Singh Rajput have a lot of regard for each other

  • Emmys put feminine foot forward

    This year’s award was a celebration of women-oriented content, sartorial fashion choices and diversity

  • Insanitation costing India over $50 billion, says Unicef official

    New Delhi: India is losing $53.8 billion every year as a consequence of “inadequate sanitation” which includes expenditure on the treatment of water-borne diseases, chief of WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), Unicef, said here on Monday.

  • Barun Sobti dons the chef’s hat

    Barun Sobti of “Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon” fame turned into a chef for his “Tu Hai Mera Sunday” co-stars. The forthcoming film’s cast including Barun, Shahana Goswami, Avinash Tiwary, Nakul Bhalla and Jay Upadhyay got together along with their director Milind Dhaimade.

  • Pranav Sachdev has no qualms about going bold

    Pranav Sachdev, currently seen in filmmaker Vikram Bhatt’s erotic thriller web series “Hadh”, says sex as a subject is a reality that people don’t want to talk about. Asked why is the genre of erotic-thriller considered distasteful, Pranav said, “In my opinion, no genre is distasteful. I think people have varied tastes and judging a genre will be judging its audience. Sex as a subject is still a taboo and people don’t

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    Alleged Al-Qaeda operative Shauman Haq sent to police custody till September 30

    New Delhi: An alleged al-Qaeda operative was today sent to police custody till September end by a city court after the investigators said he was required to be quizzed to unearth aspects relating to recruitment of youths for terror activities in West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Bihar.

  • PM Modi plans 2-day visit to Varanasi beginning September 22

    Varanasi (UP): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pay a two-day visit to his Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency on September 22 and 23, during which he will inaugurate several infrastructure projects, address public meetings and hold an interaction with Muslim women, a senior BJP leader said today.

  • UN urged to punish Myanmar army over Rohingya ‘atrocities’

    Yangon: Pressure grew on Myanmar today as a rights group urged world leaders to impose sanctions on its military, which is accused of driving out more than 410,000 Rohingya Muslims in an orchestrated “ethnic cleansing” campaign.