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    When Gandhi’s wedding gift to Queen Elizabeth II was termed ‘indelicate’

    Admit it! Choosing a wedding gift is often a difficult task. Giving something unusual and unique which will be remembered years down the lane is what we think every time when it comes to buying a gift for a wedding. And it seems Mahatma Gandhi experienced a similar situation during Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburg’s wedding. Princess Elizabeth married Prince Philip on November 20, 1947. The ceremony was relatively an unstated

  • Bhavesh Joshi Superhero promises to thrill in this new poster!

    After treating the audience with 2 intruging posters and a teaser of the film the makers have released yet another poster of the film. Ever since the first look is out the Bhavesh Joshi Superhero is creating a lot of buzz for its curiosity and the suspense it has creating.

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    Man smothers wife, daughter in hotel room

    Tirupati: A 36-year-old man from Hyderabad allegedly killed his wife and eight-year-old daughter by smothering them with a pillow in a hotel room here today.

  • 60-yr-old farmer commits suicide in Rajasthan

    Jaipur: A 60-year-old farmer allegedly committed suicide by consuming a a poisonous substance due to poor price of his produce in markets, an official said today.

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    Sunanda Pushkar case: Draft final report prepared, SIT tells Supreme Court

    New Delhi: The special investigation team (SIT) today told the Supreme Court that a draft final report has been prepared after conducting “thorough professional and scientific investigations” in the case relating to the death of Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar.

  • Tamil Nadu school textbook has some advice to prevent child sexual abuse: ‘Do not wear provocative clothes’

    Many horrifying rape incidents are coming forward everyday in the nation, the outrage of the people in at the peak and asking boys to behave properly with girls but Tamil Nadu government has different opinion on it. In class 8 science textbook published under Samacheer Kalvi suggest girls to be careful and not to wear clothes which are provocative.

  • Break the beard challenge: From Hardik Pandya to Shikhar Dhawan IPL stars take up the challenge

    A person with beard is said to be stylish and it looks cool, but Indian Premier League cricketers have started a challenge of breaking the beard. The fashion of beard is in trend from couple of years and people find it more fashionable then clean shave but now the trend is coming down. Following this trend, cricketers such as Hardik Pandya, Shikhar Dhawan and few others have taken challenge.

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    Do you have any relative who has been raped, Supreme Court asks a lawyer

    New Delhi: “Do you have any relative who has been raped”, an annoyed Supreme Court asked a lawyer today. The top court bench was annoyed as it asked the advocate, who had alleged that FIRs were not lodged by the police in rape cases involving powerful people like ministers, MPs or MLAs, what his locus standi was vis-a-vis the Unnao rape case.

  • Maharashtra: 18-year-old from Aurangabad commits suicide over harassment by man for marriage

    Aurangabad: An 18-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan at her residence in Wadner village in Kannad tehsil of the district, police said today. According to police, she took the extreme step yesterday as she was fed up with the persistent demand made by a man to marry him. Police have booked Ramananad Vijay Rathod and his mother on the charge of abetment to suicide, inspector Maruti Pandit

  • West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee urges people to exercise caution on fake news

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today asked the people to exercise caution on news items being circulated on the social media as in many cases they are fake. Speaking at a gathering of cable TV operators here, Banerjee asked them to stay vigilant and urged them not to beam news items involving communal violence that can fuel trouble and unrest elsewhere.

  • Petrol bomb attack at Hindu outfit functionary’s house

    Coimbatore: A petrol bomb was hurled at the house of a pro-Hindu outfit’s functionary at Mettupalayam near here in the early hours of today, partially damaging a car and two-wheeler parked in the porch, police said. Dhanpal of Hindu Munnani, working as a manager in a petrol bunk, noticed the burnt vehicles when he returned home from duty in the morning, they said. On receipt of information, police visited the spot and