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    Bali Pratipada 2017: Significance, legend, tithi and all you need to know

    Bali Pratipada, also known as Bali Padyami or Padva, is the fourth day of Diwali. It falls in the Hindu month of Kartika and is the first day of the bright lunar fortnight. The day celebrates the victory of Lord Vishnu in the Vamana Avatar over the demon-king Bali and the home-coming of the demon-king to the earth. It is the day when Lord Krishna saved the people of Gokul from the

  • Cop found hanging in his room in Jammu

    Jammu: A policeman was found hanging at his residence on the city outskirts in an apparent case of suicide, the police said today.

  • Katrina Kaif working around the clock !

    Katrina Kaif has been living out of her suitcase for the last couple of months , shooting for Tiger Zinda Hai with Salman Khan and for her numerous brands and other professional commitments.

  • Jon Hamm wants to marry Dakota Johnson

    Jon Hamm is reportedly keen to settle down with actress Dakota Johnson, but she is not sure if she is ready for the commitment. The former “Mad Men” star has been dating the “Fifty Shades of Grey” actress for a few months and now Hamm, 46, who has been single since his split with long-term partner Jennifer Westfeldt in 2015 after 18 years. According to a source, he is keen to take

  • Brad Pitt eyeing Angelina Jolie’s lookalike

    Brad Pitt is reportedly eyeing his former wife and actress Angelina Jolie’s lookalike Ella Purnell. Purnell, 21, played the young version of Jolie’s character in 2014’s “Maleficent”.

  • Amy Adams fights her own fights

    Amy Adams says she is not interested in sharing her views on the issue of gender inequality in Hollywood, and likes to “fight her own fight”. “I don’t want to talk about my own experience because I fight my own fight and I feel comfortable doing that,” Adams told T magazine while talking about gender pay inequality in Hollywood, reports

  • Alia Bhatt hopes for long journey in Bollywood

    Karan Johar’s directorial “”Student of the Year” completed five years on Thursday and actress Alia Bhatt, who made her debut in Bollywood with this 2012 released film, hopes for a long journey in showbiz.

  • Five held for vandalising rangoli of movie ‘Padmavati’

    Surat: Five persons, including four members of outfit Karni Sena and one from Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), were arrested today for allegedly vandalising a rangoli inspired by an upcoming film “Padmavati” at a mall here, the police said.

  • BJP objects to ‘incorrect references’ on GST in Tamil film

    Chennai: The BJP’s state unit today took objection to “incorrect references” on GST in a just released Tamil film starring a top actor and sought their removal. BJP state unit president Tamilisai Sounderrajan said that “incorrect references on GST” had been made in Vijay starrer ‘Mersal’, which released yesterday for Diwali.

  • MSRTC employees’ strike enters 3rd day; no solution in sight

    Mumbai: The ongoing strike by Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) employees, who are demanding a pay hike, entered the third day today even as talks held among stakeholders failed to break the deadlock.

  • Police Inspector commits suicide in Sangli

    Sangli: A police inspector allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself dead using his service revolver at his residence here this morning, police said.

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    List out steps taken to regulate children homes: Bombay High Court to govt

    Mumbai: Expressing concern over the poor condition of children homes across the state, the Bombay High Court has directed the Maharashtra government to file an affidavit listing the steps taken to regulate such homes, and details of the funds allocated. A special bench of justices Mridula Bhatkar and Revati Mohite-Dere also directed the secretary of the Maharashtra Women and Child Welfare Department to file an affidavit detailing the progress made in the