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  • Monica Dogra feels showbiz makes her vulnerable

    Mumbai: Singer-actress Monica Dogra believes showbiz can leave people feeling vulnerable. She let go of the make-up and filters to put out a post on Instagram featuring a selfie of her ‘real’ self.

  • Brazil Olympic Comiitee President Carlos Nuzman arrested on corruption charges

    Rio De Janeiro: Brazilian police arrested the chairman of the country’s Olympic Committee as part of a probe into alleged vote buying to secure Rio’s hosting of the 2016 Games. Twenty federal police agents swept into Rio de Janeiro’s upscale Leblon neighborhood in an early morning operation to arrest 75-year-old Carlos Nuzman.

  • Audi A5 Sportback Launched At Rs 54.02 lakh

    Audi India has launched the A5 at Rs 54.02 lakh (ex-showroom pan India) in the country. The Ingolstadt-based automaker has also introduced the A5 Cabriolet and the S5 at Rs 67.51 lakh and Rs 70.60 lakh (ex-showroom pan India), respectively. along with the A5 Sportback. Out of the ten new models promised by the carmaker in 2017, it is the ninth one, with the upcoming Audi Q5 likely to be the tenth product.

  • How Google Pixel 2 can threaten Apple, Samsung in premium segment

    New Delhi: Google’s India-born CEO Sundar Pichai is a big fan of artificial intelligence (AI). No doubt these are early days for AI, but for him it is the most promising New-Age technology — one that can potentially change the way enterprises work and grow. Now, AI in smartphones is nothing new. Apple’s Siri, Samsung’s Bixby and Google’s very own Google Assistant are evolving as people communicate with their devices.

  • Blade Runner 2049 review: Tediously slow yet brutally fascinating

    Film: “Blade Runner 2049”; Director: Denis Villeneuve; Cast: Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis Carli Juri, Lennie James, Dave Baustista, Jared Leto; Rating: ***

  • Pakistan warns India against targeting its nuclear installations

    Washington: Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif has warned that if India launched a surgical strike on the countrys nuclear installations, nobody should expect restraint from Islamabad either, the media reported on Friday. Asif’s made the remarks on Thursday in response to Indian Air Force chief B.S. Dhanoa’s statement on Wednesday that if India needed to carry out a surgical strike, his aircraft could target Pakistan’s nuclear installations and destroy them, reports

  • Mumbai: Neighbour mistakes 17-year-old boy as a thief, flings acid at him

    Mumbai: A 17-year-old boy was attacked by his neighbour with acid because he mistook him as a petrol thief. The boy was quickly rushed to the nearby hospital. He suffered some serious injuries and because of the injuries he was forced to miss his exams.

  • Brazil Horror: Guard burns four toddlers and their teacher to death, succumbs to own burn injuries

    Rio De Janeiro: A Brazilian nursery school guard burned four toddlers and their teacher to death after spraying them with alcohol and setting them alight in an attack which horrified the nation. Dozens of people were also hurt in the blaze while the guard, who was reported to be mentally ill, died after succumbing to his own burn injuries. The tragedy occurred yesterday in a modest quarter ofJanauba, a city of 70,000

  • FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Can this World Cup usher in a new dawn for Indian football?

    India, a land of 125 crore people has different castes, creed and culture, but when it comes to sports, Indians forget everything and get all united to cheer for the tri colour and will scream their lungs out to show support for the sport. Wait, but this happens only for cricket, right? Yes, the sad reality is cricket is treated like a religion in our country and all the other sports take

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    FIFA U-17 World Cup: These 10 young turks went on to become football superstars

    The FIFA U-17 World Cup is all set to start on October 6. The FIFA U-17 World Cup is one of the biggest football tournaments conducted by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). Especially, this year, the tournament will be hosted by India, and so the Indian under 17 football team has also qualified for the tournament for the first time in the history of FIFA

  • FIFA Under-17 World Cup 2017: Download full schedule of the football tournament

    24 teams. 6 venues. 52 games. 22 days. The FIFA U-17 World Cup is the event for which the entire country is waiting in anticipation with baited breath. Hosted across 6 venues in India, the tournament is expected to be a landmark event in the history of Indian Football commencing on October 6 at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. The winner of the tournament will be decided after a round of 52

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    Rangoli hits out at Hrithik: “Is that not you, who has grabbed Kangana’s waist like a creep”

    New Delhi: The Kangana Ranaut-Hrithik Roshan spat turned murkier on Thursday with the two sides muddying the waters with allegations and counter-allegations. At the core of the spat is Hrithik’s denial that the two ever had an affair. On Thursday, he broke his silence and questioned how two “high-profile celebrities” could have had a seven-year passionate affair without any evidence.

  • He’s in search of ‘new job’: BJP on Yashwant Sinha’s participation in Congress leader book launch ceremony

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday slammed senior party leader Yashwant Sinha over his participation in the launch ceremony of a book by Congress leader Manish Tewari, saying that Sinha is in search of a ‘new job’ that is why he is attending the grand old party’s event. This statement comes a day after Sinha was seen attending a book release event of the Congress leader Manish Tewari.

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    Vir Das to perform in Hong Kong for a cause

    Hong Kong: Actor-comedian Vir Das is set to perform here for charities, including an initiative for children suffering from cancer. Production house AGP World is set to bring the stand-up act “Battle Of Da Sexes” on October 15 here.