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    Thugs of Hindostan: Katrina Kaif repeats ‘Chikni Chameli’ for Aamir Khan’s period drama

    In keeping with the innovative marketing move to introduce the primary characters of Thugs of Hindostan through motion posters, YRF today unveiled Katrina Kaif in her hottest desi avatar to date. She plays the role of an outrageously beautiful performer Suraiyya in Thugs of Hindostan. Suraiyya is the most gorgeous girl in British India who makes every man go weak in their

  • RRB Group D September 25 exam in Bhopal delayed, new dates likely to be out soon

    The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has postponed the Group D exam in Bhopal which was scheduled to take place on September 25. The exam was a computer-based exam for the Level 1 posts is to take place in three shifts. Meanwhile, the reason for delaying the test hasn’t revealed but the reports suggest that due to BJP worker’s meeting, the board has decided to delay the exam. The new date for the

  • Lalbaugcha Raja visarjan (Immersion) route 2018

    Situated in a narrow bylane of Lalbaug is the Mumbai’s one of the famous Sarvajanik Ganpati ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’. From politicians to Bollywood celebrities, millions of devotees flock the pandal to get a glimpse of the God of wisdom. Devotees from across the country wait for long hours to get a glimpse of the elephant god. Lalbaug Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal was founded in 1934 and takes care of all the arrangement throughout the ten days.

  • Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorists kill three policemen after abducting them

    Srinagar: Terrorists killed three policemen after abducting them from Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir early Friday, officials said. The policemen were abducted nearly three weeks after terrorists had abducted relatives of policemen from various places in south Kashmir on August 30. The relatives were later released.

  • Jet Airways mid-air horror: Five passengers suffer temporary loss of hearing

    Mumbai: The five Jet Airways passengers, who suffered nose and ear bleeding on Thursday after the crew failed to turn on a switch that controls cabin air pressure, were suffering from temporary loss of hearing and barotrauma. A senior official said the five were taken to Nanavati Hospital while the rest were attended to by doctors at the Mumbai airport.

  • No relief for citizens as fuel prices continue to hike

    New Delhi: Fuel prices continued to soar on Friday morning as petrol price in New Delhi is being sold at Rs 82.32 per litre while diesel at Rs 73.87 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol is being retailed at an all-time high of Rs 89.69 per litre and diesel at Rs 78.42 per litre.

  • Cyclonic storms to hit Odisha, Andhra Pradesh in next few hours: IMD

    Vizag: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that a low pressure formed over the west-central Bay of Bengal has intensified into a deep depression on Thursday and is likely to transform into a cyclonic storm in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha in the next few hours.

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    Navratri 2018: When and which colour to wear during the 9-day festival

    Navratri is around the corner and devotees are prepping up to celebrate the festival with great fervour and enthusiasm. There is a lot of planning to be done before the festival begins. Shops are already running out of their latest trends. After all, we all want to look fabulous during the festive season, don’t we? If you are among those creatures who believe in making a fashion statement then it’s time for

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    Centre working to combat fuel price hike: HPCL chairman Mukesh Surana

    New Delhi: Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) Chairman Mukesh K. Surana has said that the Centre is working towards increasing local production of oil and gas with an aim to combat the rising fuel prices. Reacting on soaring fuel prices in the country, Surana told ANI that the devaluation of the Indian rupee against the US Dollar is responsible for the hike in fuel prices in the country.