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Showing posts from October, 2015
Gold worth Rs. 95.76 lakh seized at Goa airport
Am very uncomfortable with clothes: Salman KhanHis fans go crazy in theatres when he takes off his shirt and it turns out to be one of the selling points of his movies but little did anyone know that Salman Khan is "uncomfortable with clothes"
Flipkart plans to invest $2.5 bn for expansionIndia's biggest e-commerce company Flipkart plans to invest $2 billion in logistics and another $500 million in a nationwide warehouse network over the next four to five years, co-founder and COO Binny Bansal said on Friday.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrives in Seoul for talksChinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived here on Saturday for talks with South Korean President Park Geun-hye to discuss ways to further boost bilateral relations.
Scientology gives children 'inflated egos', says Leah Remini
PM Narendra Modi off run, outlines new scheme on Sardar birth anniversary
After not so 'Shaandaar' response, Alia Bhatt moving onAlia Bhatt is “disappointed” with the debacle of “Shaandaar”, but the actress doesn’t believe in brooding over the past. Embracing the failure, Alia says she is trying to “move on”.
Priyanka Chopra's 'Quantico' in legal soupBollywood actress Priyanka Chopra's international TV series “Quantico” has run into a legal hassle. A lawsuit has been filed against producer Mark Gordon, claiming that the idea for the American series was lifted from a 1999 documentary that aired on CNN.
I don't compartmentalise myself: Anushka Sharma
Ashley Roberts loves playing dress-upSinger Ashley Roberts says one of her favourite things about being in the pop group Pussycat.Dolls was being able to play dress-up with lots of cool clothes.
Pakistan will overcome adversity with its own resources: Sharif
Australian rugby fans angry at 'unfair' World Cup final start in London
Heidi Klum had head lice
Clothes have girl power: Victoria Beckham
South Korea not to officially declare MERS end
Italian football club Bologna fires coach Delio Rossi
Australia recall Queensland pair Joe Burns, Usman Khawaja against New Zealand
Nepal's first female president Bidhya Devi Bhandari sworn inNewly-elected President Bidhya Devi Bhandari was sworn in on Thursday as the first female president of Nepal.
Nadine Coyle suffers from gas issuesSinger Nadine Coyle says she suffered discomfort due to over exposure to gas. The 30-year-old says she rushed to a hospital for blood tests when she and her family felt incredibly tired after they moved into the California property, but claims the doctor didn’t specifically mention the cause, reports
'Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2' crosses Rs.50 crore-markJust like “Pyaar ka Punchnama” grabbed eyeballs for its one-liners and fun-filled storyline, its sequel “Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2” also has received a thumbs up from the viewers. The Luv Ranjan-directorial has collected Rs.52.30 crore at the box office.
Sofia Vergara to have 'extravagant' bridal shower, says co-starSofia Vergara's upcoming bridal shower will be "very extravagant", believes actress Ariel Winter, who has no doubt that her co-star will enjoy all the festivities leading up to the D-day.Vergara will exchange wedding vows with Joe Manganiello in Miami next month.
Continuing Akshay, Rohit's legacy with 'Khatron Ke Khiladi': Arjun KapoorActor Arjun Kapoor, who is making his small screen debut as a host of the seventh season of”Khatron Ke Khiladi”, is not bothered by possible comparisons with the show’s former hosts, actor Akshay Kumar and filmmakerRohit Shetty. He says he’s just continuing their “legacy” and will make his own mark.
India model for innovation, science and technology: AfricaTerming India as a role model in innovation, science and technology, African leaders said here on Wednesday that India's ecosystem has developed over the last two decades and it can inspire Africa too. "India has great inspiring entrepreneurs like Tatas, Ambanis, and the Adanis.
Taylor Swift countersues former radio host
PM Dmitry Medvedev urges Russia integration into global innovative development
2015 Indian Premier League contributed 11.5 billion to India's GDP: BCCI
The 2015 Indian Premier League (IPL) contributed Rs.11.5 billion ($182 million) to India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said on Friday.The BCCI appointed KPMG Sports Advisory Group to undertake a survey on the economic impact generated by the IPL on the economy of India, which brought forward the figures.
American gymnast wins record third straight world all-around title
Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri tied 33rd, S.S.P Chawrasia joint 63rd in CIMB Classic golfIndian golfers Anirban Lahiri and S.S.P. Chawrasia carded two-under 70 and 70 to be tied 33rd and joint 63rd respectively after the opening round of the $7 million CIMB Classic here on Thursday.
US defence chief to visit Asia
Brett Lee : Cricket needs exciting characters to make game interestingLegendary fast bowler Brett Lee said on Thursday that the presence of players like Virat Kohli and Dale Steyn on the cricket field makes the game more exciting but pointed out that players should control their aggression and should know where to draw the line.