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  • Prakash Raj, Bollywood, South star, Karnataka Assembly Election, Dabangg 2, Bollywood industry, Narendra Modi, Bhartiya Janata Party, BJP, Hindi Film industry

    “I’m anti-Modi & anti-Amit Shah, not anti-Hindu”: Prakash Raj

    Hyderabad: Coming down heavily on the government and BJP leadership, Union minister Anant Kumar Hegde and the groups that “attack free expression”, actor Prakash Raj said today he was “not anti-Hindu”, but “anti- Modi, anti-Amit Shah and anti-Hegde”.

  • Nitesh Rane threatens to place hawkers outside Uddhav’s home

    Mumbai: Accusing Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray of playing “dirty” politics, Congress leader Nitesh Rane today threatened to place hawkers outside Thackeray’s residence ‘Matoshree’ if the BMC’s proposal to set up hawking pitches outside Rane’s home was not scrapped.

  • 2008 Malegaon blast: Col Purohit moves SC against HC order

    New Delhi: Malegaon blast accused Lt Col Shrikant Purohit today moved Supreme Court challenging the Bombay High Court order dismissing his plea against the sanction for prosecution granted by the Maharashtra government under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.

  • India’s economy to be USD 5 trillion by 2025: Paytm chief

    New Delhi: Indian economy is set to double to USD 5 trillion in the next 7-8 years as booming consumption of digital services would support addition of about USD 2.5 trillion to the country’s wealth, Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma said today.

  • Supreme Court, Maharashtra, 1959 Maharashtra land ceiling dispute, landowners

    Citizens share info to firms to get insurance, mobile nos.: Supreme Court

    New Delhi: A forceful argument that the State cannot compel a citizen to part with personal information to a private entity, today prompted the Supreme Court to point out that people voluntarily gave such inputs to private insurance or mobile companies.

  • In video: Pawan Kalyan fan beat a man on the road for criticising the star

    Actor Pawan Kalyan is a big name in South Film industry and he is one of the top actors. A Twitter user named Etakaram was upset with Pawan Kalyan’s movie Agnyaathavaasi, uploaded a video hitting his poster with slipper and spitting on it on the road. Expressing his frustration, Etakaram says in the video, “Is it even a movie? My money has gone to water. Utter flop movie this is.”

  • Padmaavat row: Karni Sena vandalised cinema hall in Bihar

    Padmaavat controversy is spread all over India and now in Bihar a cinema hall has been vandalised by group of people. After Supreme Court oppose the ban people of Shree Rajput Karni Sena attacked the cinema hall in Muzaffarpur district. At Jyoti Cinema in Muzaffarpur’s Mithanpura, around 30-40 activists of the Shree Rajput Karni Sena gathered around 2pm and ransacked the theatre, which is slated to screen Padmaavat from January 25.

  • Padmaavat row: Karni Sena chief urges public to impose curfew in cinema halls

    Ujjain: Rajput Karni Sena Chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi on Tuesday urged people to impose curfew in cinema halls and stop screening of the movie ‘Padmaavat’. He also appealed the social organisations to come together to protest against the release of the film.

  • Mumbai: Harbour line trains may start plying to Goregaon by February

    Mumbai: After conducting successful trial runs on the extended corridor between suburban Andheri and Goregaon stations, officials are hopeful that Harbour line services from Panvel finally start plying on the new extension by the next month.

  • Nakuul Mehta is Surbhi’s biggest support

    Surbhi Chandna says her onscreen husband Nakuul Mehta has been her biggest support system. The actors play Shivaay and Annika in the show “Ishqbaaaz”, and Surbhi is all praise for Nakuul. “Nakuul and I have been sharing an amazing camaraderie since the beginning. It’s been over a year now and it has gotten better,” Surbhi said.

  • Republic Day 2018 sale_ Offers you can’t afford to miss!

    Republic Day 2018 Sale: Offers you can’t afford to miss!

    Shoppers! If the inner shopaholic in you sing praises just by reading the magical word ‘sale’ and you greedily look forward to all the sales going around, then there’s still an opportunity you grab all your favourite products. Every year in January after the year-end sale, there’s excitement across the country for the Republic Day sale. Held around January 26 and spanning multiple days, shops and e-commerce websites come up with best

  • Keira Knightley prefers period dramas over modern films

    Keira Knightley said the portrayal of women being subjected to sexual violence in modern films is the reason she prefers doing period dramas. Knightley, however, credited streaming giants Netflix and Amazon for producing original dramas with “strong female characters and female stories”.

  • For Ricky Martin coming out as gay was painful

    Singer Ricky Martin says he didn’t come out as gay until he was 38 in an effort to preserve his career. Martin visited “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” and opened up about his own personal struggles with coming out as gay, reports eonline.com. He said: “My friend, you have no idea how it took me a while. The thing is that I was surrounded by friends that were telling me, ‘Don’t!

  • Gigi Hadid is Diana Penty’s inspiration

    Diana Penty, who launched Gigi Hadid’s make-up collection in India, has praised the model, saying her achievements and journey is an inspiration for many. “Gigi needs no introduction. She is a really very strong and successful woman and a huge inspiration to a lot of young women around the world with what all she has achieved at such a young age and now she has come up with her collection,” Diana said.

  • 87% firms believe IoT key to future of their business: Survey

    Bengaluru: While 70 per cent of companies in the Asia-Pacific region believe Internet of Things (IoT) is very important to their current operations, 87 per cent believe IoT will be key to the future of their business, a new survey said on Thursday.