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  • After Ranbir, will dad Rishi Kapoor be seen in biopic of this legendary author?

    Ranbir Kapoor gained appreciation for playing Sanju in Sanjay Dutt’s biopic, and when Ranbir’s father Rishi Kapoor was asked about biopic made on his life , his was quick to response “I don’t think that’s a good idea … my life is zero and boring! Nobody should attempt at making a film on my life”, said to Hindustan Times.

  • What next for Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter after Dhadak? We wonder

    Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter are gaining humongous appreciation from critics and fans for their performance in the film ‘Dhadak’. This is a second movie of Ishaan and debut movie of Janhvi. In an interview with Bollywood life when the actors were asked about their future project and what next after Dhadak, they were silent and did not give away anything about their future projects. “You know I’d always hear people say,

  • Mumbai Police not impressed with Kiki Challenge; Nora Fatehi, Adah Sharma, Nia Sharma could be in trouble

    Earlier, we reported how the Kiki Challenge based on the popular song by Drake-In my feelings was trending on a higher note around the world. This one however is not your regular dance challenge. The challenge is about one jumping out of a moving car and dancing on the track while the vehicle is still in motion. As dangerous as it sounds, some freaky drivers have already

  • Chris Gayle vs Shahid Afridi! How the numbers of their six-hitting ability stack up

    It is very hard to stop West Indies’ smashing batsman Chris Gayle from making new records. He has many records in cricket on his name and now he has now achieved another feat. Yesterday, in the third and final ODI match against Bangladesh at Warner Park in St Kitts, Chris Gayle equalled the record for highest number of sixes hit by a batsmen in international cricket.

  • Uttar Pradesh: 17-year-old girl set ablaze by jilted lover in Alamnagar

    Bhadohi: A 17-year-old girl was set ablaze allegedly by a jilted lover in the Alamnagar area here, police said today. The incident occurred yesterday under the City Kotwali police station area here, they added. The accused, identified as Zahid Ansari, allegedly barged into the house of the minor victim and set her ablaze after dousing her with kerosene, Circle Officer Abhishek Pandey said.

  • Pakistan Elections 2018: Nawaz Sharif’s party ‘PML-N’ demands probe over ‘poll rigging’

    Islamabad: Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) on Monday demanded an official probe into allegations of rigging in last week’s elections. “We demand a judicial commission to probe incidents that took place on July 25,” PML-N leader Khawaja Asif told reporters after a meeting of the party’s Central Executive Committee in Lahore.

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    7 members of family in Ranchi found dead in house

    Ranchi: Seven members of a family here in Jharkhand were found dead inside their house on Monday, police said. The bodies of Deepak Kumar Jha, who worked in a multinational company, and those of his parents, brother, wife and two children were found by the police, said an officer who did not wish to be named.

  • Mumbai Leopard Attack! Man injured by wild cat while saving his pet dog

    Mumbai Leopard Attack! Man injured by wild cat while saving his pet dog

    Mumbai: A 29-year-old man was injured in an attack by a leopard when he tried to save his pet dog from the wild animal here, a civic official said today. The man, Suraj Gawai, suffered serious injuries in the incident which occurred in the wee hours of yesterday at Rahul Nagar in the eastern suburb of Mulund, said the official from the BMC Disaster Control Room.

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    Railway traffic restored on Old Yamuna Bridge

    New Delhi: The rail traffic on the Old Yamuna Bridge (Loha Pul) has been restored this afternoon, the railways said. In a statement issued by Northern Railways at around 1:12 pm, Northern Railways said that normal rail movement was restored with immediate effect.

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    Former FTII director John Sankaramangalam passes away at 84

    Thiruvalla: Veteran film personality John Sankaramangalam, a former director of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune, died at a hospital near here on Monday, said family sources. He was 84 and he died due to age-related illness.

  • Centre resorting to vote-bank politics: Mamata Banerjee on NRC release

    Kolkata: Expressing concern over the exclusion of 40 lakh names in the final National Register of Citizens (NRC) draft, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said those “Indian citizens have become refugees” in their own land. Banerjee also alleged that the central government has resorted to “vote-bank politics”.

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    Taapsee Pannu to Swara Bhasker! When feisty Bollywood actresses trolled the trolls

    Bollywood has been susceptible to trolls ever since the club got together on social media. Celebrities have been slammed for trivial reasons. Be it their fashion sense, delving into a burning issue, choice of films, controversial comments or simply the target of immense hatred. You simply can’t please everyone! Recently our leading ladies of Bollywood have been the latest victims of trolls for completely unexplainable reasons. Ranging from showing too much skin

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    Angarki Sankashti Chaturthi 2018: Significance, legend, tithi, rituals and all you need to know

    Sankasthi Chaturthi is an auspicious day dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The day is also known as Sankata Hara Chaturthi and falls on the fourth day of Krishna Paksha in every lunar month of the Hindu calendar. The Chaturthi that falls on Tuesday is called as Angaraki Sankashti Chaturthi and is considered highly auspicious. Angarika Chaturthi occurs once or twice a year and is celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm by the devotees of

  • Only ‘Letter of Intent’ issued to Jio Institute, says Prakash Javadekar

    New Delhi: Amid continuing criticism over institution of eminence tag for Jio Institute, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today said only a “Letter of Intent” has been issued to it. As many as 114 applications were received, including 40 from the private sector, for being considered as Institutions of Eminence.

  • Pakistan elections 2018: Will take oath as Pakistan PM on August 11, says Imran Khan

    Peshawar: Imran Khan today said that he will take oath as Pakistan’s Prime Minister on August 11, according to a media report. The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), led by 65-year-old Khan, has emerged as the single largest party in the National Assembly (NA) after the July 25 elections, but it is still short of numbers to form the government on its own.

  • Pink bollworm again attacks cotton crop in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: The pink bollworm has again attacked cotton plants in Maharashtra this year, causing concern among farmers and the state government. The pest had caused large-scale damage to the cotton crop last year in central and eastern Maharashtra, the state’s main regions producing the commodity.