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  • Oops, Shah Rukh khan, SRK, Salman Khan, SRK as Salman Khan, TED Talks India Nayi Soch, SRK's new show

    Oops! Shah Rukh addressed as Salman Khan; his reaction will amaze you

    Shah Rukh Khan is all set to make a comeback on television and this time with the Indian version of TED Talks. Apparently, on Thursday, at the press conference, Shah Rukh Khan spoke about Ted Talks India Nayi Soch. However, there is something happened at the event which will definitely shock you. Yes, a journalist repeatedly addressed Shah Rukh Khan as Salman

  • FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Mithali Raj to Akshay Kumar, wishes pour in for Team India

    Debutant India will kick start their FIFA U-17 campaign on Friday against formidable USA in the first group match at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi. Interestingly, this will be Team India’s first outing in an FIFA event in any group age. And the excitement for first FIFA event for Indian team and to make things even better, for it to be played in the country, has everyone

  • Is Narendra Modi losing the perception battle about the Indian economy?

    India, which is the world’s largest democracy got independence in 1947 and since we have seen India go from strength to strength. Currently, India is touted as the global player in south Asia after China. India has seen tremendous economic growth and since 1991 when the government headed by PV Narasimha Rao liberalised Indian economy and since then Indian republic has been there and thereabouts when it comes to growth and development.

  • India vs Australia: India aim to extend domination over Australia in T20Is

    Ranchi: A confident India will look to extend their domination, while a hapless Australia would aim for a change of fortunes in the three-match T20 series beginning here tomorrow. India dominated the limited over series against Australia with a 4-1 win to reclaim the number one ODI rankings and Virat Kohli and his men would be keen for a perfect finish to the T20I series. A reliable pool of bowlers in both

  • Mahatma Gandhi assassination: SC appoints amicus curiae on plea seeking re-probe

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today asked some searching questions on a plea seeking reopening of the investigation into the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. After a brief hearing, a bench comprising Justices S A Bobde and L Nageswara Rao appointed senior advocate and former additional solicitor general Amrender Sharan as amicus curiae to assist the court in the matter.

  • Mumbai: Raj Thackeray’s rally over Elphinstone stampede, protest or just a political stunt?

    The master of comebacks, Raj Thackeray, has once again made a return, this time hitting out hard at newly friend-turned-foe Narendra Modi. On Wednesday, Raj Thackeray led a protest, ‘santap morcha’, from Metro Theatre to Churchgate station against railway administration, for the unfortunate event of Elphinstone stampede.

  • After Las Vegas massacre, US gun lobby backs calls for new curbs

    Washington: US lawmakers bolstered efforts today to ban devices used by the Las Vegas shooter to make his guns fire faster, while the National Rifle Association unexpectedly urged federal officials to review the legality of such modifications.

  • Las Vegas shooter booked hotel in Chicago in August: Reports

    Washington: Police in Chicago in the US state of Illinois were investigating into media reports that said the Las Vegas gunman reserved two rooms at a hotel overlooking Lollapalooza music festival crowd in downtown Chicago in early August.

  • Panchkula violence: Police sent notice to 45 Dera Management Committee members

    Panchkula: The Panchkula Police on Friday sent a notice to 45 members of Dera Management Committee in connection with August 25 violence that broke out in Panchkula when Dera Sacha Sauda Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was declared guilty of rape by a special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court.

  • Ananth Mahadevan says, there’s no reason to look down upon television

    Mumbai: National Award winning filmmaker Ananth Mahadevan says for him “films are larger than life, TV is smaller than life and theatre is real life”. The actor is back on TV with “Aadat Se Majboor”, aired on Sony SAB. “I started my career with television and theatre. There is no reason to look down upon television even though it is a smaller medium. Theatre, television and films, each of them have got