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  • Here is how to protect your Skin and Hair this Holi!

    Holi 2018: 10 hacks to protect your skin and hair this Holi

    The nation is gearing up to get drenched in those vibrant colours. In 2018, Holi would be celebrated on March 2. The festival is celebrated for two days – Choti Holi and Rang Panchami. The festival brings colours, joy, fun and warmth. Traditionally, flowers and gulaal were used to celebrate Holi but over the years it has replaced with artificial colours made with chemicals, glass powder and metals. This results in unexpected guests like

  • 15 killed, 40 injured in train collision in Egypt

    Cairo: At least 15 people were killed and 40 others injured today when a passenger train collided with a freight train in Egypt, officials said, the latest deadly rail accident in the North African country.

  • Chitrangda Singh goes the Madhuri Dixit way?

    Chitrangda Singh’s upcoming next titled ‘Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3’ will have the actress dancing on a folk dance number choreographed by Saroj Khan.

  • SBI clerk exam 2018 revised: here’s new schedule for prelims, admit cards and more

    State Bank of India (SBI) has notified new dates for recruitment process of junior associates and or clerks in clerical cadre in the bank. The bank now informed that preliminary examinations which was scheduled to be held tentatively in March or April 2018 has been postponed and now it will be held tentatively in the month June/July 2018.

  • Sarwar Ahuja connects well with kids

    Sarwar Ahuja says he connects well with children — and that is the reason behind his bond with child artiste Riva Arora. “Mere Papa Hero Hiralal” tells the story of a father (Sarwar) fighting against all odds to save his adopted daughter’s life. Riva is seen as his on-screen daughter Gungun.

  • Sonarika Bhadoria feels lucky to have Ashish as a co-actor

    Sonarika Bhadoria says she feels lucky to work with actor Ashish Sharma as he helps a lot while shooting for the TV show “Prithvi Vallabh”. “This show has been a learning experience for me as I have never done full blown action sequences in the past. I feel blessed to have Ashish as my co-actor. He is a senior actor and has done a lot of action shows. Plus, it comes to

  • I’m a confident actor: Niharica Raizada

    Niharica Raizada, who is currently busy with her upcoming film “Total Dhamaal”, says that she is a confident actress who believes in her craft. Working in a multi-starrer film like “Total Dhamaal” with actors like Anil Kapoor and Madhuri-Dixit Nene can make one feel nervous.

  • I believe in living in the moment: Aditi Rao Hydari

    Aditi Rao Hydari says time is luxury and that she believes in living in the moment. “Time is a real luxury and it’s the only thing that keeps moving and the only thing you have to grab and make the most of. So, I really believe in living in the moment and giving my 100 per cent to that moment,” Aditi said.

  • US President Donald Trump nomination for Nobel Peace Prize possibly a fake

    Oslo: Has Donald Trump really been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? The Norwegian Nobel Institute said today it had filed a police report after receiving a seemingly fraudulent nomination for the US president. “We have good reason to believe that a nomination we received concerning Trump has been falsified,” Nobel Institute director Olav Njolstad told AFP. He refused to provide further details, saying it was for the police to give more information.

  • Sridevi cremated with state honours: Thousands come on streets in Mumbai to say good-bye; Boney Kapoor performs last rites

    Mumbai: Bollywood diva Sridevi was today cremated with full state honours, mourned by millions of fans, at the Vile Parle crematorium. Sridevi’s filmmaker husband Boney Kapoor performed the last rites at the ceremony. The couple’s daughters, Jahnvi and Khushi, were by his side, said sources close to the family. The actor’s body was brought to the crematorium in an open, flower-bedecked hearse. Sridevi’s untimely death at the age of 54 in Dubai

  • Mumbai, Kanjarbhat community, Kanjarbhat community youths, fight against virginity test, virginity test, Community Struggles for Virginity Test Ban in the Current National Context

    Virginity test by caste panchayat: Maharashtra government promises action

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government today assured the state Legislative Council that caste panchayats of the Kanjarbhat community will face action if they compel newly married women to undergo a ‘virginity test’. Action will also be taken if the panchayat members are found to be interfering in cases of rape and sexual harassment, said Ranjit Patil, Minister of State for Home. The minister was responding to a calling attention motion tabled by Shiv Sena’s

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    Conduct drives in schools against sexual harassment: Bombay HC to Maharashtra government

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today said that the Maharashtra government must conduct special drives in schools to raise awareness about sexual harassment. A bench of justices Naresh Patil and G S Kulkarni said such drives must be conducted for students of class 5 onwards to increase their awareness on topics such as “healthy relationships, sexual harassment etc”.

  • Holi colours

    Holi 2018: How to make your own colours at home

    Holi is just a few hours away, and while you are excited to celebrate the festival of colours with your friends and family, there is also a serious concern when it comes to using colours available in the market. Yes, those harmful colours made of chemicals and glass powder. So, choose herbal and organic colours as an alternate way to those harmful powders. The best way to ensure a healthy play of

  • All-woman team of ticket examiners on Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi from March 8

    New Delhi: For the first time in the history of the Indian Railways, a train with only women ticket examiners will run on March 8, a senior railway ministry official said today. All the 30 travelling ticket examiners (TTEs) on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express will be women from March 8, which is celebrated as the International Women’s Day.