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  • Shahid Kapoor’s mom Neelima Azeem roped in for a special appearance in Irrfan Khan’s Blackmail!

    Irrfan Khan’s madcap comedy Blackमेल is set to release on April 6 and we can’t wait to see the talented actor blow our minds with his amaze performance. While we are awaiting this film, here is a latest titbit from the makers. So, Shahid Kapoor’s mother and veteran actor Neelima Azeem is set to do a cameo in the movie! Now, isn’t it superb? Though we do not know the nature of

  • Dalit protests: Violence erupts in many states, at least 4 dead in cross-firing

    New Delhi/Bhopal: Dalit protesters blocked trains, clashed with police and set fire to vehicles in violent protests across seven states against the alleged dilution of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, leaving at least four people dead and many injured today, officials said.

  • When Manoj Bajpayee delivered over 400 lines

    Manoj Bajpayee, who is busy shooting for director Milap Zaveri’s yet-untitled-film, says he had to deliver over 400 lines in four night shifts. “Pack up at 3:30 am for a person who wakes up at 5 am. Unfair my dear Milap Zaveri, my director and writer who made me deliver more than 400 lines in four night shifts. Full on dialoguebazi. Loved it and now silence for few days,” Manoj tweeted.

  • Arvind Kejriwal doesnt approve of Ram Jethmalani’s statements

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who wrote an apology letter to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday morning, put the blame on his senior advocate Ram Jethmalani for making hostile statements without his knowledge.

  • Mamata Banerjee appeals for peace amid violence across India

    Kolkata: Expressing concern over violence that gripped parts of India amid Dalit groups’ protest against a Supreme Court order on the SC/ST act, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday appealed for peace while extending her support of their cause.

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    Supreme Court to hear pleas against CBSE re-test on Wednesday

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear on Wednesday petitions challenging the Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) March 28 decision to re-conduct the maths exam for Class 10 after its question paper was leaked.

  • Class 12 student commits suicide for not able to answer 3 questions in Physics exam

    Kerala: SFI activists vandalise school after suicide of student

    Kottayam (Ker): A group of SFI activists today vandalised a private school near here alleging that a Class 9 male student committed suicide after school authorities reportedly decided not to promote him to the 10th standard.

  • World Autism Day: Here are 10 things you should know about autism

    March 2nd is observed as World Autism Day. Autism is caused by birth and stays with the person for lifelong. This year’s theme for World Autism Day is to empower women and girls with autism. Blue is used as an official colour to represent this day. The day is dedicated to autism as there is lack of awareness in masses about autism. Children diagnosed with autism are incapable of making social interactions

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    4-yr-old kidnapped from Palghar, rescued in Mumbai

    Maharashtra:  A four-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped in the district by a woman, who later abandoned the child in the neighbouring Mumbai, a police official said today. The girl was rescued by the Mumbai police and reunited with her parents, he said.

  • ‘Bharat Bandh’ Updates: 9 dead in protest; schools and colleges to remain shut tomorrow in UP

    New Delhi: Various Dalit organisations have called for a nationwide shutdown to protest against the Supreme Court’s ruling on amendments under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is all set to file a petition seeking review of the apex court’s order diluting the provisions of the act that protects marginalised communities against discrimination and atrocities.

  • Mosul tragedy: Plane carrying mortal remains of 38 Indians lands in Amritsar

    According to latest news special flight carrying mortal remains of 38 Indians killed in Iraq’s Mosul landed in Amritsar. Later, on Sunday State for External Affairs VK Singh left India, with a special flight to bring back the mortals. 27 of the 38 bodies will be deboarded in Amritsar and will be sent to their respective homes, and the plane will move to Patna.

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    Kapil Sharma turns 37, hopes to keep reinventing work

    New Delhi: Kapil Sharma has seen a lot of ups and downs in his professional and personal life. But the actor-comedian, who turned 37 on Monday, says he hopes to have a long innings in the industry and he will make it happen by reinventing different films and shows.