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  • Brie Larson confirms filming on ‘Captain Marvel’ is complete

    Washington D.C.: Academy Award-winning actor Brie Larson, with a new picture, has marked the end of filming Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie ‘Captain Marvel’. ‘The Spectacular Now’ star took to social media to share a picture of a ‘Captain Marvel’ clapperboard and a calendar with the days of shooting all crossed out.

  • Mumbai: Starvation of cash, Malaysian project manager among many other reasons why monorail did not succeed

    The monorail services in the city are getting worse with it’s services remaining suspended from November last year. Services from Chembur to Wadala (phase 1) were suspended after two rakes caught fire in November last year. On the other hand, phase 2 (from Wadala-Jacob Circle) is yet to become operational. The 10.6-km has missed 15 deadlines. The Mumbai Metropolian Region Development Authority (MMRDA) also called for new

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    Mumbai: 3 MBA students stabbed outside club in Vile Parle

    Mumbai: Three MBA students were allegedly stabbed by three people in Mumbai on Sunday. The incident occurred outside Club Sirkus, Hotel Sahara Star in Vile Parle east. The hotel is situated near the domestic airport.   According to police, the students had been involved in a conflict with a bouncer inside the club, later, some youngsters who were from their college, joined the fight.

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    Nirbhaya Gang Rape Case: Complete timeline of events in 2012 Delhi gang-rape case and how the case unfolded

    The Supreme Court of India on July 9 pronounced its verdict on the review pleas of three of the four convicts against the death penalty in the 2012 ‘Nirbhaya’ gang-rape and murder case. The apex court upheld the death penalty awarded to three convicts Mukesh (29), Pawan Gupta (22) and Vinay Sharma (23). A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and justices R Banumathi and Ashok Bhushan delivered the judgement. In the

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    Mumbai Crime: Media professional accuses cops of ignoring his theft complaint

    A 40-year-old media professional who was robbed at a knief-point has alleged that the police refused to entertain his complaint and instead he was taken to Malwani police station and forced to sign an apology note, saying he called them for no reason. However, Malwani police have denied any such incident.

  • Rajinikanth twist in ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ Indian remake

    Mumbai: A mask with Rajinikanth’s face covers the back of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s head in a poster of the Bollywood remake of “The Fault In Our Stars”, which has been titled “Kizie Aur Manny”. Sushant plays the title role with debutante Sanjana Sanghi in the movie, to be directed by Mukesh Chhabra. This will mark the popular casting director’s maiden foray behind the camera.

  • Aaron Finch likely to take over as Australia’s ODI captain, Coach Justin Langer hints

    Harare: Australia coach Justin Langer has hinted that the current T20I skipper Aaron Finch is likely to be appointed as the captain of the one-day international (ODI) team as well. After slumping to a six-wicket defeat at the hands of Pakistan in the finals of the T20I tri-series in Zimbabwe, the Australian coach admitted that they need to ponder upon many areas, including the team

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    Karwaan makers to present first song ‘Chota Sa Fasana’; read more details

    After a joyride of a trailer, makers of Karwaan are all set to present to the audience the first song titled ‘Chota Sa Fasana’. The song traces their travel escapade during their Karwaan to Kochi. Arijit Singh, who rules charts with his romantic songs has lent his voice to the travel song ‘Chota Sa Fasana’, while music is composed by Anurag Saikia.

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    Mumbai: Fire breaks out in 7-storey building in Dharavi

    Mumbai: Fire erupted in Dharavi in Mumbai on late Sunday evening. A high-rise building near a Ganesh temple in Dharavi caught fire. The building which caught fire was a seven-storey building and help was send immediately to handle the incident.

  • Taapsee Pannu turns choreographer for ‘Mulk’

    Mumbai: Actress Taapsee Pannu has not just lent her acting prowess to “Mulk” but has also choreographed a song for the first time. The film’s director Anubhav Sinha says since the song was not meant to look like a professionally choreographed one, he wanted a fresh perspective and Taapsee did wonders.

  • This is what Aamir Khan said after watching Rani Mukerji’s ‘Hichki’

    Rani Mukerji‘s comeback venture, ‘Hichki’ did well at the box-office, received positive feedback from the audience and critics. The movie also received standing ovation at recently concluded Shanghai Film Festival. Recently, Rani spoke to DNA about the success of the film during which she revealed a remark made by friends Aamir Khan and Karan Johar. Rani said, “I remember Karan’s words. He

  • Revealed: Tiger Shroff to START prep for BAAGHI 3 and here are the details

    The success of Baaghi and Baaghi 2, not surprisingly, has prompted the makers to take the franchise ahead with the third instalment. Not just that! Even amidst all his other commitments, Tiger Shroff will be taking time out for Baaghi 3. The actor is all set to take his action level yet again to another level. And this time, the prep will involve military boot camp training in Syria.

  • Japan floods: Death toll from devastating floods rises to 141

    Death toll from devastating floods in Japan rises to 104

    Tokyo: The death toll from devastating floods resulting from torrential rains pounding Japan has increased to 104, with 56 others reported missing, authorities said on Monday. The rains since July 5, especially in the western prefecture of Hiroshima and the southwestern prefecture of Ehime, caused floods and landslides that destroyed thousands of houses and completely cut off several towns, reports Efe news.