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  • See Pics: Chiyaan Vikram’s daughter Akshita marries DMK supremo M. Karunanidhi’s great-grandson Manu Ranjith

    Tamil superstar Vikram’s daughter Akshita has tied the knot today with beau Manu Ranjith, great-grandson of DMK supremo and Tamil Nadu former-CM, M Karunanidhi. Ranjith is the son of Manu Rangathan, the owner of Cavin Kare’s CK Bakery, in 2016. The couple got married early Monday morning on October 30 and a few pictures of them seeking the blessings of M. Karunanidhi have already started going viral on the social media.

  • India vs New Zealand: Spotlight on Nehra, India look to turn tables in T20s vs NZ

    New Delhi: Ashish Nehra running into bowl one last time at a place where it all began will form the subplot as India aim to better their abysmal T20 record againstNew Zealand in the three-match series starting here tomorrow. The opening match at the Feroz Shah Kotla will be Nehra’slast game in competitive cricket and India would look to bid befitting farewell to the seamer, whose career has been characterized by many injuries and

  • US Elections 2016

    126 million Facebook users saw Russian ads during 2016 US election

    San Francisco: As Facebook, Google and Twitter prepared to face questioning on November 1 into Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election, the tech giants were planning to tell the lawmakers that the Russian content on their respective platforms reached more users than reported earlier.

  • 1 dead after shooting near University of Utah: Police

    Salt Lake City: Police say one person is dead after a shooting near the University of Utah campus at Red Butte Canyon. The Deseret News reports that the university sent an alert at 9 p.m. to students and staff to shelter in place.

  • Samsung reports $9bn profit in third quarter

    Seoul: South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics achieved a net profit in the third quarter of 11.1 trillion won ($9.89 billion), a 245 per cent increase from a year earlier, boosted by the strong returns from its chip business, the company announced on Tuesday. Its operating profit in the July-September period reached 14.53 trillion won, representing a 279.4 per cent increase, the company said in a statement.

  • South Korea, China to strengthen ties despite differences

    Seoul: South Korea and China on Tuesday said they wanted to normalise and improve bilateral ties despite disagreement over a controversial US anti-missile system installed in Seoul which is criticised by Beijing.

  • Laser Sharp focus plus global delivery; Aujas listed in two gartner market guides

    Bangalore: Aujas – a leading Information Risk Management company – has announced its listing as a Representative Vendor in the Market Guides for IAM Professional Services released for North America1 and Europe, Middle East and Africa2 by leading analyst firm Gartner, Inc.

  • JFK files authorised for release with some redactions: FBI

    Washington: The FBI has said that all its previously withheld files on the John F Kennedy assassination have been authorised for release with limited redactions to protect the identities of individuals who helped investigators probing his death.

  • UN official: Over 13 million people inside Syria need aid

    United Nations: More than 13 million people inside Syria still need humanitarian assistance and nearly half are in “acute need” as a result of having fled their homes, of hostilities, and of limited access to food, health care and other basic needs, the UN humanitarian chief has said.

  • ‘Witchcraft helped us win’

    Colombo : Sri Lanka’s surprise two-match Test cricket win against Pakistan this month was down to witchcraft, captain Dinesh Chandimal said on Tuesday, drawing mockery on social media.

  • BCCI draft constitution submitted in Supreme Court

    New Delhi: A draft constitution of the BCCIwas submitted in the Supreme Court in a sealed cover today, incorporating suggestions of the Justice R M Lodha panel on reforms in the cash-rich cricket body. Also, the apex court, which had summoned BCCI office-bearers C K Khanna, Amitabh Choudhary, and Aniruddh Chaudhry for allegedly coming in the way of the preparations of the draft constitution, took note of their personal appearance today and

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    In Pictures: Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani and other B-town celebs dazzle at online shopping website event 

    Mumbai: On Friday, an online shopping website Myntra had organised an event called Myntra Sneaker Club in which Bollywood celebs like Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani, Tamannah Bhatia, Kajal Aggarwal have made their appearance. Interestingly, Myntra had organised this event to bring sneaker culture in India for which they had invited many Bollywood and TV celebs and made them wear multiple brands of