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  • Extremely hot pictures of Bhumi Pednekar will make you jealous of her beauty

    Recently Bollywood actress Bhumi Pednekar was seen in the short film Lust Stories, and she gained appreciation for her role from her fans, the film is based on modern love and talks about sex, lust and love. On the other hand Bhumi’s recent photoshoot pictures are out, and she is looking extremely hot in them.

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    Why MP’s name is missing from FIR in noise pollution case: Bombay High Court

    Mumbai, The Bombay High Court today rapped police for failing to initiate action against Shiv Sena MP Shrikant Shinde, accused of organising an event in which the noise pollution rules were allegedly flouted. If Shinde was the organiser, why did the FIR not have his name, the court asked, while also asking the MP to make his stand clear. The police in Thane district had registered a case pertaining to a function

  • Maharashtra clears notification for ‘annual startup week’

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra State Innovation Society, the nodal authority responsible for implementing the startup policy, has decided to host an annual startup week, to be held every February, following the state cabinet passing a resolution in this regard today. The event aims to provide startups with a platform to showcase their products and services in exchange for government work orders that enable startups to demonstrate ‘proof of concept’, according to the notification.

  • Yuva Sena president Aaditya Thackeray justifies plastic ban, apologises for inconvenience

    Mumbai: Yuva Sena president Aaditya Thackeray, who is believed to be the prime mover behind the plastic ban in Maharashtra, today justified the measure for the sake of environment. Aaditya, son of Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, also apologised to the people for the hardships being faced by them in the wake of the ban on single-use plastic.

  • Rupee touches 19-month low, ends at 68.61 per dollar

    Mumbai: Weakening for the third consecutive day, the Indian rupee touched a 19-month low of 68.70 per dollar on Wednesday due to rising crude oil prices and the ongoing trade war concerns.

  • Shweta Tripathi’s mehendi reflects her real love story

    Mumbai: Actress Shweta Tripathi chose a personalised henna design for her wedding as it depicts her real life love story with rapper Chaitnya Sharma aka SlowCheeta, whom she will wed in Goa on Friday. The “Masaan” and “Haraamkhor” actress had a mehendi ceremony at the rapper’s house on Tuesday. Shweta wore a yellow mid-length dress as she sat down to get her bridal mehendi.

  • Take steps to stop use of thorn bits for harnessing horses: PETA India to Environment Ministry

    New Delhi: Animal rights body PETA India has asked the Union Environment Ministry to take steps to stop the rampant use of spiked or ‘thorn’ bits for harnessing horses, despite being prohibited under the Prevention of Cruelty to Draught and Pack Animals Rules. These devices have thorns or spikes protruding from the part of the bit that goes inside the mouth of a horse to control the animal.

  • 87 percent fans want T20 in Olympics, reveals ICC study

    Dubai: An International Cricket Council’s (ICC) survey on Wednesday revealed that 87 percent of global fans want the inclusion of T20 cricket in the Olympics even as the sport’s world governing body claimed that the gentleman’s game has over one billion fans across the globe.

  • BSES monsoon advisory to Delhi customers on safety precautions

    New Delhi: Ahead of the monsoon, Delhi electricity distribution company (discom) BSES on Wednesday issued an advisory to public on simple safety precautions, while saying it is fully prepared for the rainy season with extensive pre-monsoon checks and preventive maintenance of equipment having been done. “We request people to stay away from electrical installations like electricity poles, sub-stations, transformers and streetlights,” BSES said in a statement.

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    India vs Ireland 1st T20I at Dublin: LIVE Score, Match Commentary, Updates

    Team India will kick off their 3-month long tour with T20Is against Ireland. The two T20Is is a good opportunity for the team before they take on England side. Skipper Virat Kohli would be in focus as his last England tour wasn’t up to his expectations. Team India will look to get used to the English conditions from Dublin as the conditions in Ireland are very identical to England keeping the World

  • Navy officer Abhilash Tomy eyes another sailing glory on a 1968-type vintage boat

    Mumbai, Earlier this month, Commander Abhilash Tomy of the Navy put out a message on Facebook announcing his profile will go “silent” beginning July 1. This is not one of the fashionable social media detox breaks for Tomy, the only Indian to circumnavigate the world solo in a non-motorised boat without a stop. The 2013 feat ensured that the 39-year-old Tomy gets invited to participate in the Golden Globe Race (GGR) involving

  • Sanju Biopic: In reply to Salman Khan’s remark, Rajkumar Hirani explains why Sanjay Dutt play himself in the film

    As Sanju movie release date is coming close, it is roping controversies around it and now the recent one is Salman Khan commenting on Ranbir Kapoor playing as Sanjay Dutt in the movie, “Whenever Sanju wants to make a comeback, he will. It is all left to Sanjay Dutt, the day he thinks ‘I want to come back, he will be back.’ Even for the movie Sanju, I thought why did somebody

  • All Bank hopes to come out of PCA in 2020

    Kolkata: State-owned lender Allahabad Bank is targeting to come out of the prompt corrective action (PCA), imposed on it by the Reserve Bank of India in the wake of the deterioration of its health, by 2020, a top bank official said. The bank, whose gross NPA stood at Rs 26,562.76 crore at the end of March 2017-18, is hoping to recover around Rs 5,500 crore in the current fiscal, UCO Bank executive director N

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    I’m not agent of any political party: Richa Chadha

    Mumbai: Actress Richa Chadha, who doesn’t fear sharing her opinion on various issues on social media, says she is not an agent of any political party. During an appearance on Firstpost.com’s “Social Media Star”, Richa was asked about her thoughts on being branded as an anti-nationalist by some people, read a statement.

  • Sushant Singh Rajput owns the moon, literally! read to know how

    Mumbai: Sushant Singh Rajput is reaching for the Moon, literally. It could be a unique way to promote his film “Chanda Mama Door Ke” or simply a dream come true for his inner nerd, Rajput has bought what he claims to be a piece of lunar land on the far side of the Moon, in a region called the Mare Muscoviense, or the “Sea of Muscovy”.

  • UN report on alleged rights violations in Kashmir is ‘motivated’: Army chief Rawat

    New Delhi, Army Chief Bipin Rawat today slammed the recent UN report on alleged human rights violations in Kashmir as “motivated” and said that India should not be too concerned about it. Rawat also asserted that the Army’s human rights record is “absolutely above board”. “I don’t think we should get too concerned about the report. Some of these reports are motivated,” Rawat said when asked about the recent