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    Billy Zane says Jack had to die in ‘Titanic’

    Los Angeles: Actor Billy Zane, who essayed the role of Cal Hockley in “Titanic”, says Leonardo DiCaprio’s character Jack had to die the blockbuster film. The James Cameron 1997 directorial has caused debates over the years over the fact that Jack perished in the icy water while actress Kate Winslet’s character Rose DeWitt Bukater stayed safe on a floating wooden door at the end of the movie.
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  • Ex-Playboy model Karen McDougal claims having affair with Donald Trump

    New York: A former Playboy model claimed that she had an affair with Donald Trump in 2006 and has also described the US President’s alleged system for concealing affairs, a media report said. The New Yorker in the report on Friday said that Trump met Karen McDougal in June 2006 after he taped an episode of his reality-television show, “The Apprentice”, at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles. Late Playboy owner Hugh

  • India vs South Africa 6th ODI: I can learn a lot by just watching Kohli, says Aiden Markram

    Centurion: The desperation to single handedly take his team over the line, condemning himself for mistakes are some of the aspects of Virat Kohli‘s leadership that South African captain Aiden Markram wants to inculcate after witnessing the Indian skipper maul his side into submission during their 1-5 ODI series defeat. Kohli finished the series with a staggering 558 runs, which includes three hundreds and a half-century.

  • REVEALED: Akshaye Khanna and Richa Chadha to play lawyers in court room drama on rape

    Akshaye Khanna faced several ups and downs in his life in the past few years. He lost his father and veteran actor Vinod Khanna last year to cancer. While he is still recovering from the personal loss, the actor is on his way to revive his Bollywood career. The actor, after films like ‘Dishoom’ and ‘Ittefaq’, is now all set for another intriguing role. He will be seen as a lawyer

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    Six lions, 74 vultures poisoned to death in Tanzania

    Dodoma: Six lions and 74 vultures were found dead near a national park in southern Tanzania this week after they were poisoned to death, authorities. Permanent Secretary for Natural Resources and Tourism Gaudence Milanzi said on Friday the way the animals were killed suggested they had been poisoned by local herdsmen amid an escalating human-wildlife conflict in the country.”I can confirm that six lions were poisoned in the wildlife management area just

  • Is Salman Khan India’s version of Charlie Sheen?

    Life is uncertain and you never know what’s gonna happen. What constitutes a successful life and how do you measure one’s success? This question has been asked for millions of centuries and still, there is no one fixed formula or rocket science. When it comes to what is life and how do you measure one’s success amid all the drama and chaos, it is safe to say that we the people are

  • PNB scam: CBI arrests Gokulnath Shetty and other top PNB officials

    In latest development regarding the Rs 11, 400 crore PNB scam perpetrated by diamond merchant and jeweller Nirav Modi, CBI has arrested Gokulnath Shetty then Dy Manager (now Retd) Punjab National Bank and Manoj Kharat, SWO(single window operator) PNB and Hemant Bhat, Authorised Signatory of the Nirav Modi Group of Firms. They will be produced today before CBI special court in Mumbai.

  • Bangalore: Exploring the multi-layered history of the city

    If the soul of a city is uncovered by walking the streets, then definitely it holds true for Bangalore as it reveals itself beyond its IT hub and impersonal glass buildings. Kalyani Majumdar explores the multi-layered history of the city.

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    Taking the ‘in-law’ out of ‘mother-daughter’ relationship

    Its time we break stereotypes and establish the fact that the mother-in-law-daughter-in-law relationship is just the same as the mother-daughter relationship. All you need to do is hit the right chord and the things will rearrange itself, write Shikha Jain

  • Why egg freezing is finding more takers among women

    Egg freezing is finding more takers as women do not want to take an unscheduled pitstop in their career path. Preeja Aravind tries to find why ova preservation is becoming a trend.