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    Bihar: 40 minor girls raped in Muzaffarpur shelter home, charges that girl was killed and buried

    Muzaffarpur: Gory details are emerging from a state-funded shelter home in Muzaffarpur where more than 40 minor girls were allegedly sexually assaulted over a period of time. When police reached the spot, one of the victims revealed her ordeal and told interrogators that a girl was allegedly killed and buried underground in the premises of the home. Cops will now dig the compound to ascertain if the claims made by the inmate are

  • ‘Supernatural’ team talks episode 300

    Los Angeles: “Supernatural” team, consisting of its lead actors Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, discussed the show’s 300th episode and return of fan favourites for its 14th season. Moderated by actors Richard Speight Jr. and Rob Benedict, the panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Sunday also included Misha Collins and Alexander Calvert.

  • India is a melting pot just like US: ‘Vishwaroopam 2’ actress Pooja Kumar

    Mumbai: Indo-American actress Pooja Kumar, who will soon be seen in the Kamal Hassan-starrer “Vishwaroopam 2“, says the film has given her the opportunity to know more about the socio-political history of the Indian society. Asked if doing the film has given her a better insight of the Indian society, Pooja told IANS: “I think India is a melting pot just like America. There, people are coming

  • Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal welcomes SC order on protests at Jantar Mantar   

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today welcomed the Supreme Court’s order that said there cannot be a “complete ban” on holding protests and sit-ins at places like Jantar Mantar and Boat Club. The chief minister said attempts to convert Delhi into a police state was “dangerous” for democracy. “I welcome the Hon’ble Supreme Court verdict upholding peaceful right to protest in central Delhi.

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    Anupam Kher off to New York to shoot ‘New Amsterdam’

    Mumbai: Veteran actor Anupam Kher will be out of India for a “substantial time” to shoot medical drama “New Amsterdam”. “On my way to New York to act in ‘New Amsterdam’, a medical drama series. Looking forward to it. Will be out of India for a substantial time. So will be missing my India but will work very hard to make all of you very proud. Will always need your love, best wishes and blessings,” Anupam tweeted early

  • Anil Kapoor plays a singer after three decades in FANNEY KHAN

    Even though we have seen Anil Kapoor in some intriguing roles in the past, in Fanney Khan, he will be playing a singer. Incidentally, Anil played a similar role almost three decades ago and if you don’t remember the film, let us remind you that it is for Woh 7 Din. The film also featured Padmini Kolhapure and Naseeruddin Shah.

  • Mahika Sharma exposes pervert on Instagram for asking sexual favour!

    Ramayana actress Mahika sharma,  exposes pervent on Instagram after he messaged the actress asking for sexual favours. She shared a screenshot of a pervert’s vulgar comment on one of her Instagram posts. The actress shamed the man for the nasty words.

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    Devshayani Ekadashi 2018: Significance, legend, tithi, and all you need to know

    Ekadashi is the eleventh lunar day of the fortnight which occurs twice every month. One falls during the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of the moon) and the other on the Krishna Paksha (waning phase of the moon). There are 24 ekadashis in a year. The number goes up to 26 during the ‘Adhika maas’, extra month as per the Hindu calendar. Ekadashi that falls on the Ashadha month, the eleventh month according

  • Delhi cop transferred after his photo with Godwoman goes viral

    New Delhi: The Station House Officer (SHO), Janakpuri, was on Monday handed his transfer orders to a lesser post after a picture of him with self-styled god woman, Namita Acharya, went viral on social.

  • Lodha Developers net profit rises 32% at Rs 790 crore in Fiscal Year 2018

    New Delhi: Realty major Lodha Developers has reported a 32 per cent rise in its consolidated net profit at Rs 790 crore during the last fiscal on account of higher sales, especially in the affordable housing segment. Its net profit stood at Rs 599 crore in the 2016-17 financial year. Total income of the company, which plans to launch its maiden public issue soon, rose by 22 per cent to Rs 9,700 crore in

  • This is Modi’s brutal ‘New India’: Rahul Gandhi on Alwar lynching case

    New Delhi: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi today said hatred had replaced humanity in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “brutal” ‘New India’ and cited a media report which claimed that policemen in Alwar took three hours to take a dying victim of a lynch mob to a hospital as they took a tea-break enroute.

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    When people are with you, no journey is odious: Kamal Haasan

    New Delhi: Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan, who entered the film industry when he was just three, has taken baby steps into politics. He says if people are there to support him, no journey, irrespective of its destination, is “odious or painful”.