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    WOW! Anil Kapoor extends warm Kapoor hospitality to his staff

    The Kapoors are known for their hospitality and warmth and megastar Anil Kapoor recently showed us just what it’s all about! The star who has been working around the clock for over 88 days at a stretch, also had his core team on standby through this erratic schedule as they travelled with him throughout his shoot schedule.

  • 7 Gifts That Nobody is Gifting their Mother on Mother’s Day!

    Flowers, perfumes and cakes have become a passé. It’s time that you think of something unique, different and out of the box when it comes to buying a gift for your mom this Mother’s Day. Her special day is edging closer, and for a well thought of gift, you need to start working towards it as soon as possible. Here is a list of 7 gifts that are super thoughtful, don’t look rushed and

  • Did you know Rocky star Sylvester Stallone gifted something very special to Salman Khan?

    Did you know Rocky star Sylvester Stallone gifted something very special to Salman Khan?

    Salman Khan has many admirers around the globe. But, there’s one Hollywood star who happens to admire Salman a lot. It is none other than Rocky star, Sylvester Stallone. Time and again, the duo have shown mutual admiration for each other. Sajid Nadiadwala was reportedly the one who had introduced Salman to Sylvester. Did you know Rocky star Sylvester Stallone gave a very special gift to Salman Khan?

  • Sarees’ distribution begins in Telangana, creates controversy

    Hyderabad: The Telangana government on Monday began distribution of free sarees as a Bathukamma flower festival gift but it created a controversy over their alleged poor quality after women threw them away or set them on fire at some places in the state.

  • Indore: Traders must pay GST on gifts worth over Rs 50K

    Indore: If a trader/industrialist gives gift worth over Rs 50,000 to an employee, he will have to pay GST on the amount, but if he gives same amount as bonus, then this amount will be free from new indirect tax. This kind of provision is brought in line with Section 64 of Income Tax Act.

  • Parting gift: Obama commutes Chelsea Manning’s sentence

    Washington : Outgoing President Barack Obama has commuted the majority of the remaining prison sentence of Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning, who was convicted of stealing and disseminating 750,000 pages of documents and videos to WikiLeaks.

  • Trading at International exchange, GIFT city to start on Monday

    Gandhinagar : Trading on the new India International Exchange at GIFT city will begin from Monday in equity, currency and interest rate derivatives to start with, a top company official said. Through the new international exchange, country’s oldest bourse BSE will look to provide electronic trading platform that will facilitate domestic firms to raise capital in foreign currency by issuing foreign currency dominated bonds, reports PTI.

  • Modi inaugurates GIFT City’s International Financial centre

    Ganghinagar : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday flagged off a string of events here at the opening of the India International Exchange (India INX) at the GIFT City’s International Financial Centre (IFSC). He laid the foundation stone of the country’s three tower hotel over a railway station complete with a helipad and then inaugurated a global trade show with over 200 companies participating and then rounded it up holding a roundtable with

  • Govt keeping close watch on Tata matter: Meghwal

    Gandhinagar : Government is keeping a “close watch” on the developments relating to Tata-Mistry case, but does not want to “interfere” at present as it was an “internal matter” of a private group, Ministry of State for Corporate Affairs Arjun Ram Meghwal said today, reports PTI. Meghwal, who is also a Minister of State for Finance, further said the government has not received any representation from regulatory authorities like Sebi about this issue

  • IFSC to be declared Fin SEZ soon

    Mumbai : As the bids for preparation of a master plan for the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) after floated by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, the next step for the implementing agency is to get Commerce Ministry to delineate the area as finance special economic zone (SEZ).

  • Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal with his ministers during a public interaction session after completion of one year by his government, in New Delhi on Sunday.−PTI

    Delhi government to waive off pending water bills till Nov’15

    New Delhi : Announcing a “gift” on completing a year in office, the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi on Sunday said water bills of households pending till November 2015 will be waived off — partly or fully.


    Today is a gift from God – that is why it is called the present.

  • No interviews for Class-III, IV jobs from today: PM

    New Delhi/Noida : The decision to abolish interviews for Class-III and IV government jobs will come into effect from Friday, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi describing it as a “New Year Gift”  which will “free the youth from corruption”. “From tomorrow, interviews for government jobs in Class-III and Class-IV categories will be abolished,” Modi tweeted about the decision which will impact over 29 lakh central government posts. “This will help curb corruption,” he

  • ‘Mumbai’s finance centre to complement Gujarat’s GIFT City, not compete with it’

    Mumbai : The proposed International Financial Service Centre (IFSC) at Bandra-Kurla Complex is being projected as a business hub that would complement the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City in Gandhinagar, and will not function as its competitor, officials of Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority have said.

  • PM’s gift to Varanasi: Accidental insurance for 51,000 women

    Varanasi  : On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, Union minister Piyush Goyal on Sunday said here that as many as 51,000 women and girls of Varanasi will be insured under the Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana as a gift from the Prime Minister.

  • PM Narendra Modi offers condolences to the elder brother of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Mohammed Muthu Meera Lebbai Maraicker, during his funeral ceremony on Thursday. — PTI

    Story on Kalam refusing free grinder goes viral

    Chennai : In Tamil Nadu, where wet grinders are being distributed as freebies by the state government as part of a populist welfare scheme, late President APJ Abdul Kalam once refused to receive a grinder as a gift but insisted on buying it. Wet grinders are a must-have kitchen equipment in every Tamil household as it is used to prepare the batter for making dosas and idlis.

  • Chinese tycoon’s son sparks row after buying Apple watches for dog

    Beijing:  Chinese business magnet Wang Jianlin’s son decided to gift two gold Apple watches to his dog and proudly show them off on social networks, causing great controversy among Chinese internet users. Wang Sicong, son of China’s richest man and owner of Dalian Wanda conglomerate published photos of his dog wearing a gold Apple watch in each of its front legs on Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, Efe news agency reported.

  • Near wins, actually boost our motivation

    London : Losing out by a whisker, or the “near wins”, may actually boost our motivation to achieve other wins, says a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher, reports IANS.

  • Shameful that listed firms not finding women directors: Sebi

    Mumbai : Coming hard on listed firms avoiding appointment of at least one woman director, the Securities and Exchange Board of India  said it is “very shameful” that 8,000-9,000 companies are not finding even one woman competent enough to be on their board.

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