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  • Loveratri: “Salman Khan was a tough taskmaster”, says brother-in-law Aayush Sharma

    Aayush Sharma is all set for the release of his debut film, Loveratri as the trailer hit the tube earlier this month. Contrary to reports stating that Aayush bagged the film due to his political lineage and familial ties with Salman Khan, the actor being the hard taskmaster, chooses his protagonists quite carefully where family connections do not come in the way of his decisions.

  • Netflix to adapt Salman Rushdie’s novel ‘Midnight’s Children’ as TV series

    Los Angeles: Netflix has announced a new original series based on celebrated author Salman Rushdie’s classic novel “Midnight’s Children”. The novel, released in 1981, is considered Rushdie’s magnum opus and won him multiple accolades, including the 1981 Booker Prize, the Best of the Booker twice – both in 1993 and 2008 and the James Tait Memorial Prize.

  • Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas return to the US, after making waves in India

    Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, the hottest couple in the showbiz, left for US from India last night, and were spotted at the international airport. Nick and Priyanka spent some quality time in India, with their intimate dinner date, a private vacay in Goa and attending the pre-engagement bash of Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta last night.

  • Rapper Drake confirms he has a son in new album

    Los Angeles: Rapper Drake has confirmed on his new double album “Scorpion” that he fathered a child with former French adult-film star Sophie Brussaux.

  • Former Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat demands revoke suspension over school teacher arrest

    New Delhi: Condemning the arrest of the school teacher in Uttarakhand, former chief minister Harish Rawat on Friday demanded a revoke on her suspension. This comes after Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat on Thursday directed the police to arrest a school teacher, after she protested during a Janata Darbar session in Dehradun.

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    Mumbai Plane Crash: All you need to know about the Ghatkopar tragedy

    Mumbaikars were in distress as the news broke of the chartered plane crashed in Ghatkopar. Five people including a pedestrian were killed when a chartered plane crashed in the thickly populated suburb of Ghatkopar in Mumbai. The family and friends have blamed the aviation company for the crash incident.

  • India vs Ireland 2nd T20I at Dublin: FPJ’s dream XI for Team India and Ireland

    After thrashing Ireland in the 1st T20I, Team India is all set to face the Irish side in the final and T20I at Dublin. The Indian side is looking good and strong. Openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan put a great 1st wicket partnership. However, Rohit missed a well-deserved century. In the 2nd T20I, the team is expected to change their sequences and will bring in some new changes in the middle-order.

  • 2nd Annual Private Wealth Management Summit

    Given the nascent stage of the market and a regulatory environment that is significantly different from elsewhere in the world, private wealth management businesses need to consider building trustworthy brand coupled with innovative use of technology and focus on transparency and compliance, while targeting customers with segment focused products.

  • Ranbir Kapoor’s reaction to the acronym ‘RALIA’, given by Alia Bhatt fans, will leave you awestruck

    Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhat’s love affair has been the shocking revelation this month so far. In an interview with NDTV, Ranbir was asked about the acronym Ralia (Ranbir-Alia) given by fans. He said, “No, I am not aware of this. But, I hope they use it during Brahmastra release- that’s the film we are coming together with. Also Amitabh Bachchan, directed by Ayan Mukherjee, so looking forward to that.”

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    Mumbai: Soon, ticketless travellers on Western Railway may have to pay fine of Rs 1000

    Soon, Western Railway (WR) will fine Rs 1000 for those who travel without tickets. The WR has come up with a proposal to increase the fine from Rs 250 to Rs 1000. According to Mid-Day, the proposal was presented before Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani during his recent visit to the city and has also been sent to the department for its approval. If the proposal is approved, the ticket checkers would

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