• Ranbir mocks himself for repeatedly shifting houses in the last one year

    See what the actor had to say when asked about his housewarming party

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  • Will Salman and Sanjay Dutt patch up tomorrow?

    Sanju baba has invited Sallu for his b’day bash

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  • Purab Kohli Becomes The Owner Of A Rare Bike!

    Purab Kohli is someone who has always been an adventure lover, who has also hosted a lot of travel shows in the past. Riding bikes is what Purab has always loved. It is an adventure bike meant for tough routes and trips and Purab has booked it because he is planning to go on to some adventurous trips in the forthcoming months.

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  • Muttiah Muralitharan controversy: Off-spinner steps down from Cricket Australia role

    Legendary off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan who was at the centre of a heated controversy ahead of the first Test between Sri Lanka and Australia has reportedly stepped down from his spin-bowling consultant post, thus ending the spat that cropped up between Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and him. The Sri Lankan legend who is Test cricket's highest wicket-taker with 800 scalps, was employed by Cricket Australia to assist their spinners and help them prepare for the Test series. This did not go down well with SLC who accused him off berating the team manager and conducting a centre-wicket training session at the Pallekele Cricket Stadium without permission.

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  • Won't be Naming Any Other Gandhi Except Mahatma: Subramanian Swamy

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party MP Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday took a dig at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi by raising the issue of Mahatma Gandhi's assassination. Congress created uproar and protested during Swamy's speech. Swamy, in turn, took a dig at the Gandhi family saying he won't be naming any other Gandhi except the Mahatma. Swamy said facts must be presented to prevent to any assertion citing documents which say no post-mortem was done on Gandhi's body. "Recently, Narendra Modi government has put most of the files related to Mahatma Gandhi's assassination in the national archives. A lot of scurrilous comments are being made even by Parliamentarians. The Supreme Court has to

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  • BJP Party President Has The Favouring Stars, But Does He Have His Back From His Own Party Members?

    Amit Shah, faces the music with the approaching UP Assembly Elections. After the brutal loss against the Mahagathbandhan, what does his stars have in store for him to take on the UP-Challenge for the second time? What the fate has in store for him? Would his own party members betray him?

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  • Lenovo K5 Note to be available exclusively on Flipkart

    New Delhi, July 26 (ANI): Strengthening its partnership with Flipkart, Lenovo today announced the launch of K5 Note smartphone exclusively on Flipkart. "Last year Lenovo was the top smartphone brand of 2015 on Flipkart and we aim to retain that position this year as well. Since last year, Flipkart has sold over five million units of Lenovo smartphones and we will aim to reach consumers spread across 15000+ pin codes through this partnership," said Executive Director Mobile Business Group Lenovo, Sudhin Mathur.

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  • AAP targets BJP’s Ashish Shelar

    Mumbai BJP chief and MLA denies allegations, asks CM to order probe Targeting yet another BJP leader, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday accused BJP MLA and Mumbai BJP chief Ashish Shelar of money laundering using Kolkata-based companies. AAP leader Preeti Sharma Menon demanded a probe by the Enforcement Directorate. Mr. Shelar, who is the face of the BJP’s Mumbai unit, promptly denied the allegations, and claimed that this was done with political motives. In a media conference, Ms. Menon said that Mr. Shelar’s company Sarveshwar Logistics Private Limited, formed in 2010 with two other directors, had accumulated money through dubious sources and acquired property worth Rs 18 crore in five

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  • Why this generation won’t be as wealthy as the last one

    After nearly 70 years, America’s middle class is no longer growing.

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  • Healthy clones: Dolly the sheep's heirs reach ripe old age

    By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - The heirs of Dolly the sheep are enjoying a healthy old age, proving cloned animals can live normal lives and offering reassurance to scientists hoping to use cloned cells in medicine. Dolly, cloning's poster child, was born in Scotland in 1996. Now researchers have allayed those fears by reporting that 13 cloned sheep, including four genomic copies of Dolly, are still in good shape at between seven and nine years of age, or the equivalent of 60 to 70 in human years.

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  • Harshvardhan Kapoor closer to younger sister Rhea

    New Delhi, July 26 (ANI): Harshvardhan Kapoor, the youngest son of Anil Kapoor, who is all set to make his acting debut in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's "Mirzya", is said to be more close to his sister Rhea than to his elder sibling Sonam. While the 25-year-old actor has the names of both his sisters tattooed on his back, he says, his rapport with Rhea is better than with Sonam, and adds that they are more like buddies than kin, reports the DNA.

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  • 9 Money-Saving Hacks for Amazon Shoppers

    For many online consumers, Amazon is a one-stop shop for everything from diapers to television sets. In fact, consumers rated Amazon their favorite online store in the National Retail Federation's 2015 Favorite 50 Retailers list. There's a way for some folks to reap the benefits of Amazon Prime without having to fork over the $99 annual membership fee.

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  • 20 Amazing Ways Your Daily Life Will Be Different in 2030

    For more than 90 years, The Kiplinger Letter has been alerting its readers to important emerging technologies and how they will impact businesses, consumers and investors. Meat will be grown under laboratory conditions with stem cells taken from livestock.

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  • Test Your Retirement IQ

    The decisions you make leading up to retirement, including how much to save, how to allocate your investments, when to take Social Security and how to anticipate your retirement expenses can make a big difference in your old age. Once you're in retirement, you'll need smart strategies for taking withdrawals and investing your resources so they last as long as you do. About 44% of workers take the benefit as soon as they are eligible, at age 62, and nearly 75% of retirees take benefits before full retirement age.

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  • Australia announces $ 2,50,000 for 'Festival of India'

    New Delhi, July 27 (ANI): Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's coalition government has announced $ 2,50,000 to support the 'Confluence: Festival of India in Australia' this year. The Australian High Commission in New Delhi had in an official release said the festival will be held from August to November and will bring an exciting and diverse program of the finest classical and contemporary performing and visual arts from India to the audiences across six Australian cities. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had in 2014 announced the 'Festival of India in Australia'.

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  • Factbox: Potential successors to RBI chief Rajan

    (Reuters) - The Indian government has scaled back the urgency of its search for a new governor of the Reserve Bank of India, with a replacement to Raghuram Rajan now likely only to be named after he chairs his final policy meeting next month. Two government sources with direct knowledge of the matter said Kaushik Basu, who is stepping down as the World Bank's chief economist, had made it onto a shortlist of candidates to take over when Rajan's term expires on Sept. 4. Here are pen portraits on the candidates under consideration to succeed Rajan at the RBI: KAUSHIK BASU Kaushik Basu, 64, is retiring as the World Bank's chief economist, having been on a sabbatical from Cornell University in the United States where he is a professor in economics and international studies.

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  • John Abraham to produce a Marathi film

    The actor wants to explore regional cinema as well

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  • Controversies may not leave SRK alone; Raees may give viewers a memorable movie experience!

    Shah Rukh Khan – the King of Bollywood now seems to have landed up sensitive spot due to various controversies in the recent past. But two of his big films will be releasing this year. Find out the destiny's designs for SRK in 2016.

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  • The ‘Joint Operation’ by Mars-Saturn-Rahu-Ketu before Sep ’16 will create more troubles for Sonia

    The Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi and her political career have never been free of controversies. But the gritty leader has remained unaffected by all the troubles and still continues to reign supreme in the grand old party. Let's get to know how things may shape up for her in the near future.

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