Skip to main content


Showing posts with the label newspaper
How Bieber gives 'goosebumps' to Gomez?Singer Selena Gomez doesn’t get tired of hearing her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber talk about their past relationship, and sometimes, she gets goosebumps hearing him say good things about her.
Google Chief Executive Sunder Pichai says India fastest growing start-up nationGoogle Chief Executive Sunder Pichai on Sunday described India as the "fastest growing start up nation in the world"."India is the fastest growing start up nation in the world. Sunder Pichai @google at the Digital India Dinner," ministry of external affairs spokesman Vikas Swarup tweeted.
Kenny Rogers to retire after next tourVeteran country singer Kenny Rogers has announced that he's going on a massive world tour before retiring.While promoting his "Once Again It's Christmas" album on "Today" show on Friday, he shared his retirement plans, reports
Adele talks to get TV showSinger Adele is in talks to make a TV show to coincide with the release of her new album, which is rumoured to be titled "25".The album will be on sale in November. She has been in talks with BBC about making a televised programme to mark the occasion, reports
Bill Murray skipped Emmys for son's weddingActor-comedian Bill Murray missed the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards to attend his son's wedding.The 65-year-old actor was honoured with the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series for his work in “Olive Kitteridge” on Sunday but was unable to pick up the award because he was in Philadelphia celebrating his son Luke and his partner Kara Cassidy's wedding, reports
Want to strengthen, not break India, says Asaduddin OwaisiMajlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Tuesday said he doesn't want to break the country but wants to strengthen it, while fighting rights and development of his community.
Hillary Clinton opposes controversial oil pipelineDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has expressed firm opposition to a controversial oil pipeline issue after keeping silence for months.
Ariana Grande debuts curly hairSinger Ariana Grande has got rid of her ponytail for curly hair.The "Love me harder" crooner took to Instagram over the weekend to share a photo-collage and a video of her flaunting her "healthy curls", reports
Google offers Android course to develop apps in IndiaGlobal search engine Google is offering a nine-month course to Indian techies to develop global and local applications on its Android platform in partnership with the Silicon Valley-based start-up Udacity.
World Bank MD on 3-day visit to IndiaWorld Bank managing director and chief operating officer Sri Mulyani Indrawati is on a three-day visit to India to explore opportunities for collaboration, a World Bank release said on Monday.
China's e-commerce market hit $1.2 tnChina's e-commerce market has hit the $1.2 trillion-mark in the first half of this year despite economic losses, according to a report released on Monday.
I'm a rebel: Kristen StewartThe “Twilight Saga” actress Kristen Stewart says that she is a rebel and prefers doing things her way.Stewart confessed that it all started when she stopped listening to others, reports
Technical snag hampers evacuation of trapped workersRescuers were on Sunday close to evacuating two workers struck in a collapsed tunnel for over 180 hours in Himachal Pradesh but a technical snag hampered the relief work, officials said.
Indian film wins at Toronto International Film Festival "Angry Indian Goddesses" by Indian filmmaker Pan Nalin, who has explored "firebrand women" in the Bollywood film, has been placed second in the Grolsch People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
1965 war exhibition extended till September 22 The five-day exhibition being held here to mark the golden jubilee of the 1965 India-Pakistan War has been extended till September 22, army officials said on Sunday.
Big B crosses 17 mn Twitter followers, even thanks 'abusers'Indian cine icon Amitabh Bachchan, a widely followed personality on social media, now has as many as 17 million followers on Twitter. He has thanked those who compliment him, as well as those who abuse.
Jon Hamm's eight-year hitch ends with an Emmy It took eight years and eight nominations for "Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm to finally grab an Emmy award for his iconic portrayal of Don Draper in the popular TV series. The actor took home the award in the Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series category.
Samsung loses 'slide to unlock' appeal suit against AppleSamsung has lost its lawsuit against Apple over the "slide to unlock" feature on touch-screen smartphones, sources said. A US court said the patent infringement by Samsung led to a decline in sales of Apple products, sending the case back to a California federal court.
Amazon offers payment gateway, logistics to e-retailersWorld's largest e-commerce and cloud computing major Amazon on Friday announced an integrated payment gateway and logistics for Indian e-retailers.
Indian equities end up on global cues, rate cut hopeThe bulls, it appeared, were back on the saddle at Indian equities markets, helping two key indices to register a spike of nearly 2.5 percent during the trading week ended Friday, buoyed by status quo in US interest rates and signs of easier monetary policy back home.