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    26/11 Mumbai attacks: 10 fast facts about the horrific attacks that brought the city to halt

    November 26, 2008, is one of the darkest days in the Indian history. Ten terrorists from the terror group Laskar-e-Taiba (LeT) carried out a series of shooting and bombing attacks for four days killing 164 people and injuring over 300. Attacks were carried out at CSMT Railway station, The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Oberoi Trident Hotel, Nariman House, Cama and Albless Hospital, Leopold Cafe, Metro Cinema and a lane behind the Times of India

  • Ashes 2017-18: Smith’s defiant ton as Aussies close in on England at Brisbane

    Brisbane: Skipper Steve Smith played one of his greatest Test innings to prise a determined century and edge Australia closer to a crucial lead over England on the third day of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba today. Smith played an uncharacteristically restrained inning, raising his 21st Test century in 412 minutes off 261 balls with nine fours.

  • Twitter suspends 45 suspected propaganda accounts

    San Francisco: Twitter has suspended 45 new accounts suspected of spreading propaganda related to Brexit, US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

  • HOT! Riya Sen sizzles in this black swimsuit and she looks as sexy as ever

    Riya Sen, who seems to have disappeared from Bollywood, recently, was back in news after media reports shared pictures of the actress’ marriage with her beau Shivam Tiwari. Followed by that, the actress went on to post a few glimpses of her lovey-dovey honeymoon before getting into the work grind.

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    Isn’t that Cool, Mumbai? AC local train fares could be as low as Rs 10

    There is a new development in the much-talked AC local trains. Well, now the Western Railway officials have proposed a fare structure in which they might charge commuters Rs 10 for a five-kilometre journey and the maximum fare for the 60-km stretch between Churchgate and Virar will be Rs 85.

  • On the 9th anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai attacks: Let’s take a moment to remember our brave heroes

    It’s been nine years since the horrific attacks of 26/11 but the memories of those days can never be forgotten. It is the day when ten terrorists from Laskar-e-Taiba carried out attacks in the prominent locations of the city – CSMT railway station, Cama and Albless Hospital, Leopold Cafe, Taj Mahal Hotel, Oberoi Trident Hotel, Nariman House, Metro Cinema and the lane behind St. Xavier’s college and the Times of India building.

  • Julie 2: “Who leaked the love-making scenes”-Laxmi Rai

    In this week’s release Julie 2, in a love affair replicating the alleged real-life liaison between actress Nagma and ace-cricketer Sourav Ganguly, there is a scene of lovemaking between the actress played by Laxmi Rai and the cricketer, as enacted by TV actor Saahil. That sequence of torrid intimacy found its way on the net a day prior to the release.

  • Ritu Bhogat bags silver at U-23 Senior World Wrestling Championship

    Warsaw: Female wrestler Ritu Phogat bagged the silver medal in U-23 Senior World Wrestling Championship being held at Poland. Phogat defeated Bulgarian Wrestler Selishka by 4-2 points in the quarterfinal and defeated Chinese Wrestler Jiang Zhu by 4-3 points in the semifinal.

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    CBFC hints Padmavati will now take at least 2 months for release; read why

    Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus Padmavati has now become the heated topic of debate. After all, Shri Rajput Karni Sena has been protesting against the film for allegedly showing a dream sequence between Alauddin Khilji and Rani Padmavati played by Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone respectively. However, it seems like the makers of Padmavati now have to face further trouble for its

  • Haryana: Mobile internet services suspended till November 26 in 13 districts

    Chandigarh: The Haryana government on Friday suspended mobile internet services in 13 districts of the state till the midnight of November 26. This decision has been taken by the state government in view of maintaining law and order ahead of the two public rallies.

  • Birthday Special: These funny videos of Rakhi Sawant will transform your day within seconds

    Rakhi Sawant is known as super entertaining in Bollywood and with her antics and behaviour, she always grab attention of people. She has ability to give free speech on any situation, and make a funny video on herself, which can trend on the Internet, and people like to watch her in this way. A unsuccessful actor who struggled a lot in her career. But, in ‘Rakhi Ka Swamyavar’, thousands of people lined

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    26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Saluting the unsung heroes ‘Mumbai Police dog squad’

    On November 26, 2008, Mumbai witnessed one of the worst terrorist attacks in the Indian history. Ten terrorists from Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorised the city for over four days killing up to 166 people and gravely wounding at least 300. The terrorists targeted city’s some of the best-known locations, alarming us how vulnerable Mumbai was to terror. These terror-stricken days also witnessed some of the extraordinary acts of bravery by not only civilians and

  • Ashes 2017-18: Smith’s lone hand as Australia lose wickets to England

    Brisbane: Skipper Steve Smith defied England bowlers as Australian wickets tumbled around him on the third day of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba today. Smith, tied down by England’s modern-day ‘Bodyline’fielding strategy, kept Australia’s hopes flickering with his resilient knock in an absorbing struggle between bat and ball. The tourists view Smith — the world’s top-rated batsman– as their number one target as the home side chipped away at England’s