• Preity Zinta to get married next week?

    If she sticks to her decision...

    Spotboye
  • 5 Heart Touching Proposals Of Bollywood Couples

    The bold and beautiful Malaika Arora did not waste a minute when she knew she had found her Mr. Right. After five years of dating, on one New Year's night, in a cosy moment, Malaika just turned to Arbaaz and asked, "I think we should move this to the next level. Childhood sweethearts, Fardeen Khan and Natasha Madhvani, had known each other forever! So, after years of dating, when Fardeen thought it was time to make it official, he chose a unique way to do it.

    Bollywoodshaadis.com
  • Irfan Pathan Follows Harbhajan Singh to Become Latest Indian Cricketer to Get Married

    Irfan Pathan with wife Safa Baig after their marriage ceremony. (Image credit: Irfan Pathan/ Twitter) © Twitter Irfan Pathan is following the footsteps of Harbhajan Singh and Rohit Sharma. The Baroda cricketer married Safa Baig, a 21-year-old model from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in a low key ceremony last Thursday. (Irfan Pathan Believes he Can Come Back Into National Team) In November, 2015, Harbhajan Singh married actor Geeta Basra while another Indian player Rohit Sharma married Ritika Sajdeh in December. The 31-year-old Irfan, who last played for India in 2012, hosted the wedding ceremony in Mecca. "Entering probably the most beautiful phase of my life.We both wish to thank everyone for your

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  • Sonu Sood Trying To Cope Up With Father Shakti Sood’s Death

    It’s been really tragic to know about recent news of Shakti Sood‘s sudden and shocking demise. Sonu Sood and his entire family is grief struck and have not been talking to media about this. They certainly need time to cope up with such a big loss.Nothing is revealed yet about the sudden death of Sonu‘s father Shakti Sood and it’s cause. It will take time for every detail to be out about this tragic news.“Death” can never be controlled and will always remain an “unexpected guest”. It’s so important to cherish all the moments with loved ones every minute. ...

    Business of Cinema
  • India looking to continue T20 form against Sri Lanka

    India were outstanding in Australia in the Twenty20 format and they will look to continue that on home soil against Sri Lanka.

    Omnisport
  • Meteorite did it: CM Jayalalithaa on Vellore death

    On Sunday, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa issued a statement saying the death of a man on the premises of a private engineering college in Vellore district the day before had been caused by a meteorite. “A mishap occurred yesterday when a meteorite fell in the campus of a private engineering college in Vellore district’s K Pantharappalli village...,” she said in a release here, adding that she had ordered the district administration and hospital officials to offer the best treatment to the three injured. Window panes of Bharatidasan Engineering College buses and several glass planes of its building had been damaged when the object said to be a meteorite by the state government fell, causing a loud explosion and leaving a small crater near the college complex.

    The Indian Express
  • Hugh Jackman has another skin cancer growth removed

    (Reuters) - "X-Men" star Hugh Jackman said on Monday he had another skin cancer growth removed from his nose, and urged people to wear sunscreen. Jackman, 47, posted a photo on his Instagram account, showing a bandage across his nose. It was the Australian actor's 5th known basal cell carcinoma removal since 2013.

    Reuters
  • Indian soldier rescued after six days trapped in Himalayan avalanche

    One of 10 Indian soldiers feared dead after an avalanche six days ago in the remote Himalayas has been miraculously rescued alive, officials said. "In the ongoing rescue operation at Siachen, of the 10 soldiers buried... has been found alive," General D.S. Hooda from the army's northern command said in a statement Monday. The rescued soldier, Lance Naik Hanamanthappa, was in critical condition and officials would try to evacuate him from the mountain Tuesday morning.

    AFP
  • Former RAW chief says Pak may not accept Headley's deposition

    New Delhi, Feb. 8 (ANI): Asserting that there is nothing new in what 26/11 accused David Coleman Headley had told special Mumbai court via video conferencing from US, former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief A.S. Dulat on Monday expressed doubt about whether Pakistan would accept Headley's deposition as it was made under the influence of the American authorities. "His deposition is significant, but I don't think he will be able to tell anything new.

    ANI
  • Gangster Sandeep Gadoli killed in shootout with Gurgaon cops in Mumbai

    Sandeep Gadoli, an alleged Gurgaon-based gangster with a reward of Rs 1 lakh for information on his whereabouts, was reportedly killed in a Mumbai hotel room on Sunday morning following a shootout between the gangster and the Gurgaon Crime Branch, who said they had tracked him down through four states. The alleged shootout out took place around 11 am at Hotel Airport Metro, a hotel near the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Andheri East. With the Gurgaon Police team conducting the operation without informing their local counterparts, the Mumbai Police objected immediately.

    The Indian Express
  • Can't Kick Your Sinus Infection? This Can Help

    The combination of Winter's dry air, a turned-up thermostat, and closed windows can wreak havoc on your respiratory system. The best way to combat dry air and reduce your susceptibility to infection is to invest in a humidifier. 2. Heal faster: Whether it be a cold, asthma, or allergies, a humidifier keeps your nasal passages lubricated, which helps speed up the healing process when you're under the weather.

    Pop Sugar UK Fitness
  • Cricket: Proposal to play World Twenty20 matches on neutral venue: Pakistan

    Lahore, Pakistan, Feb 8, 2016 (AFP) - Pakistan's cricket chief Monday said a proposal was given to play their World Twenty20 matches on neutral venues next month in the event that Islamabad does not allow the team to tour India.

    AFP
  • 'Meteorite' kills man in south India, authorities say

    Indian authorities say a falling object that killed a bus driver and injured three others was a meteorite. If proven, it would be the first such death in recorded history. Images in local media showed a blueish rock, which Tamil Nadu's Chief Minister Jayalalithaa Jayaram described as a "meteorite" -- although scientists say this has not yet been proved.

    AFP
  • Ratan Tata invests in two more start-ups

    Bengaluru, Feb 8 (IANS) To encourage entrepreneurship, Tata Sons chairman emeritus Ratan Tata on Monday announced investing an unspecified amount in two more start-ups Moglix and Invictus Onclogy, which are based in New Delhi. As an e-commerce firm, Moglix specialises in procurement of industrial products in business-to-business (B2B) space, while medical firm Invictus is an innovation-driven firm developing next-generation cancer therapeutics. By investing in Moglix, Tata has forayed into a manufacturing tech-start-up as an investor, adding to his varied portfolio of e-commerce and new-age tech-enabled firms.

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  • National Herald issue: Cong uses virtual world to defend Sonia, Rahul

    As it battles it out in courts, the Congress has taken to the virtual world to assert that neither party president Sonia Gandhi nor her deputy Rahul Gandhi made any personal fortune out of the assets owned by National Herald publisher Associated Journals Limited. (AJL) The Congress has posted ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ on the National Herald case on its website to rebut “baseless” allegations levelled by the BJP in the case. Sonia and Rahul had appeared before the Patiala House Court on December 19 in connection with a complaint filed by Subramanian Swamy accusing the Congress leaders of cheating and breach of trust while acquiring AJL through Young Indian. Swamy had claimed the acquisition

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  • In PM Modi’s hometown, his brother, Governor reach out to Dalits

    Gujarat Governor O P Kohli and Somabhai Modi, elder brother of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, heaped praises on the Dalit community at a ceremony to felicitate them in Vadnagar on Saturday. Speaking at the felicitation ceremony of Balmiki Samaj Sevak, organised on the premises of the old-age home run by Somabhai’s Sarvodaya Sewa Trust, Kohli said Dalits had done a “great favour” to the country by choosing not to convert to Islam during the Mughal rule.

    The Indian Express
  • Make in India week: Hema Malini’s dance likely to headline ‘Maharashtra Night’

    Bollywood veteran Hema Malini,also a renowned dancer, is all set to be one of the main performers at the BJP-led Maharashtra government’s mega event at Girgaum Chowpatty titled ‘Maharashtra Night’. The event, which will be held on the evening of February 14, is to showcase Maharashtra’s culture in the backdrop of the iconic Marine Drive skyline. “Besides Hema Malini, there will be a lot of Bollywood personalities at the ‘Maharashtra Night’.

    The Indian Express
  • Shimla rejoices as snowfall finally hits region

    Ending a prolonged dry spell, Shimla on Sunday experienced this winter's first impressive snowfall, bringing cheer to the tourism industry as well as apple cultivators.

    The Indian Express
  • Over one lakh jewellery shops on strike on February 10

    Kolkata, Feb 8 (IANS) Over 100,000 jewellery shops owing allegiance to more than 300 associations across India will observe a day's token strike on February 10 in protest against the government rule making PAN card proof mandatory on purchases of Rs.2 lakh and above. All associations are jointly discussing a protest plan across the nation and have declared there will be a token strike on February 10," All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation (GJF) director Bachhraj Bamalwa told the media here. He said the PAN card rule has discouraged majority of semi-urban and rural jewellery buyers, who are engaged either in farming with no income tax obligation or in small trade practices.

    IANS