• Salman Khan’s On-Screen Bhabhi Stands Up Against Him!

    Those who have watched Hum Apke Hain Kaun will know who Renuka Shahane is. Apparently, she is a close friend of Salman and has known him for more than two decades. A rape victim has to pay forever! Be human please!” This is definitely something different as Pooja Bedi was seen standing up for Salman while, Renuka, being so close to bhai, decided to call the shots her way! We have already seem tremendous sycophancy over the social media by the “bhai” fans who literally abused everyone who said a word about this issue.

    Business of Cinema
  • North Korea emerges X factor in India's NSG bid

    India trained 30-odd North Korean scientists: Al Jazeera As India's bid to become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group entered the last leg, nuclear-powered North Korea has emerged as an X factor for New Delhi in its race to secure a place in the elite club that controls global nuclear commerce. In the last 48 hours, India and Pakistan - through media leaks - traded charges on assisting North Korea in their nuclear and missile programme violating the UN sanctions. The allegation against Pakistan was despatching restricted items such as Monel and Inconel – two Nickel-based alloys - to North Korea. Besides, China-made vacuum induction melting furnaces – used in Pyongyang's nuclear programme

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  • Anil Kumble’s support staff: Pravin Amre, Ravi Shastri and others in contention

    Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced former India captain Anil Kumble as India’s new head coach, who will commence his duty from June 29 at India’s camp at National Cricket Academy (NCA). Kumble scalped 619 wickets in Tests and 337 in ODIs, Kumble is India’s highest wicket-taker in both formats of the game. Not only has he won matches with his superior bowling ability but also his wise and fearless leadership helped India scale new heights.

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  • Ranbir Skips Aarti's Party to Avoid Bumping into Katrina!

    Yesterday, pictures of Katrina Kaif, Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur partying together at Aarti Shetty’s bash made its way to the media. We couldn’t help noticing that Katrina’s ex-beau and Aarti’s friend Ranbir was missing from the fun.

    PinkVilla.com
  • Suhana Khan’s Latest Picture Is Adorable!

    There is only one ‘Badshah’ in Bollywood and that is Shah Rukh Khan. One of the most paid, highly recognized and loved actors in the world! We all have been a fan of his romantic movies in our childhood and we continue to stay enticed with his idea of romance. Admit it guys, we all have tried his romantic ‘fundas’ at least once in our personal life. In his tenure of nearly 25-year-long career, the actor has won many hearts owing to his regal style statement, sense of humour, personality and of course his dimple!Also, he has the cutest kids in town and they are absolute lookalikes of him. ...

    Business of Cinema
  • India’s NSG bid hits roadblock as five countries raise objections

    At the Nuclear Security Group plenary meeting in Seoul Thursday, it appears that China are not the sole opponent of India's induction into the 48-member group.

    The Indian Express
  • UPSC rank holders Tina Dabi, Athar Aamir Ul Shafi, Jasmeet Sandhu allocated IAS

    from firstpost Kanpur: Clicking a selfie turned out to be fatal for a youth as well as six of his friends, who drowned in the Ganga on Wednesday while trying to save one another, police said.The incident happened wh...

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  • Vikram Bhatt retaliates to KRK's outlandish accusations about Meera Chopra

    The Raaz 3 director slapped defamation case against him. Vikram’s lawyer Rizwan Siddiquee spoke to SpotboyE

    Spotboye
  • Balaji Telefilms slumps over 6% since release of Udta Punjab; here is why

    Balaji Telefilms shares have slumped over 6 per cent ever since the company's subsidiary Balaji Motion Pictures' controversial movie Udta Punjab was released on June 17. The movie was marred by controversy after Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had sought 89 cuts in the Shahid Kapoor-starrer "Udta Punjab". The Bombay High Court on June 13 cleared the decks for the release of 'Udta Punjab' after ordering deleting of a scene and a revised disclaimer.

    The Financial Express
  • India's NSG application: China de-links bilateral ties with India

    China on Thursday sought to insulate bilateral ties with India from the headwinds originating from the on-going debate on New Delhi’s entry into the 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group. In response to a question, China’s foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said that a decision on the inclusion of new members to the NSG was still pending. “We believe that with regard to NSG’s inclusion of new members a decision shall be made through thorough discussion within the group”. She added: “We do not believe that it is an issue concerning the bilateral relationship between China and India.” The Hindu reported from Seoul that the NSG is reconvening for a special session on Thursday night, where a discussion on India’s membership is expected.

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  • Man alleging to be Orlando shooter Omar Mateen’s former lover speaks out

    The Orlando nightclub massacre was an act of revenge against gay Latin men not terrorism, alleges a man who claims to be the gunman’s former lover. The man, wearing a prosthetic facial mask to disguise his features and using the pseudonym “Miguel,” made the accusations during an exclusive TV interview with Univision News. Miguel said he and Mateen, 29, met on Grindr, a gay dating app, and had a two-month “friends with benefits” relationship last fall.

    Jason Sickles
  • Don't look down! Skyslide to open 1,000 feet above Los Angeles

    Nearly 1,000 feet (305 meters) above the streets of downtown Los Angeles, a glass slide on the outside of the 70th floor of the city's tallest building is preparing to welcome the brave. The Skyslide, on the 73-floor U.S. Bank Tower, will open to the public on Saturday and allow thrill seekers to slide 45 feet (14 meters) to an outdoor platform on the 69th floor.

    Reuters
  • Brexit done, time for a referendum for Delhi statehood, says Kejriwal

    As the world witnessed a historic mandate under a European Union referendum with United Kingdom (UK) voting to opt out of it, similar feelings have begun to surface closer home. After the EU referendum results were declared, former journalist and AAP leader Ashish Khetan took to Twitter and said: "After the UK referendum on EU exit, it's time to have a referendum on full statehood of Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, taking a lead from it, also tweeted lending his voice to the demand.

    The Indian Express
  • Uber ends surge pricing, rolls out upfront fare in the US and India

    Uber has done away with surge pricing and will present users in the US and some parts of India with 'upfront fare', the company said in a blogpost. Now, Uber riders will no longer have to deal with lightning bolt denoting surge pricing while booking a cab. Uber will calculate upfront rates using expected time and distance of travel and local traffic. The rate will also depend on how many riders and nearby drivers are using Uber at that moment.

    The Indian Express
  • From Brexit & China to “don’t write me off”: 5 things RBI’s Raghuram Rajan said at an Assocham session

    RBI governor Raghuram Rajan is known for being witty, vocal about his thoughts and not mincing words on any subject. Rajan, who on June 18 announced that he will not continue as the central bank's governor once he completes his term in September, told critics not to "write him off". During an interactive session at ASSOCHAM, Rajan spoke extensively of the banking sector stress, defended his monetary policy stance and also said that India should stop competing with China.

    The Financial Express
  • India gold prices jump 6 percent to highest in nearly 3 years

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Gold prices in India jumped 6 percent on Friday to their highest level in nearly three years following gains in overseas markets and on a weaker rupee. At 0457 GMT, the key gold contract for August delivery on the Multi Commodity Exchange was up 6 percent at 31,708 rupees per 10 grams, the highest level since Sept. 9, 2013. Global gold prices jumped 6 percent on Friday after partial results in a UK referendum put Britain on the brink of leaving the European Union, boosting the appetite for safe-haven assets. The Indian rupee was trading at 68.1350/68. ...

    Reuters
  • Two lakh of Rs 251 phones ready, says Ringing Bells; to launch 'cheapest' HD LED TV

    Noida, June 23 (IANS) The world's cheapest smartphone at Rs 251 (less than $4) is here, finally. Its makers, the Noida-based startup Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd, say they have made it possible despite allegations from various quarters that such a phone would not see the light of the day. According to Ringing Bells' Founder and CEO Mohit Goel -- sitting comfortably in his Sector 62 office here, the company has been able to keep its promise to consumers.

    IANS India Private Limited
  • Tata Sons told to pay $1.17 bn as damages to DoCoMo

    Mumbai, June 24 (IANS) Tata Sons, the holding arm of India's largest business conglomerate, has been asked by an international arbitration panel to pay $1.17 billion to NTT DoCoMo, a Japanese telecom firm, towards alleged breach of agreement by a group company. NTT DoCoMo, a part of Japan's Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp, had filed a plea last year at The London Court of International Arbitration against the Tatas. It sought damages for Tata Sons being unable to find a buyer for DoCoMo's stake in Tata Teleservices.

    IANS India Private Limited
  • ATM frauds: Safety lies in your own hands

    While banks are doing their bit in making card transactions safer and are working towards protecting customers from being fleeced, banking experts say that customers need to be extra careful as a large number of cases are a result of negligence on part of the card holder. While individuals ranging from common citizens to police officials in Mumbai have been robbed of their savings through ATM frauds and banks say that such frauds are more prevalent in northern India, The Indian Express looks into various types of ATM frauds that are prevalent and how cardholders can protect themselves against such frauds. The risk department of the banks have termed it so because the modus operandi of defrauder involves jamming both the ‘Enter’ and ‘Cancel’ buttons on the ATM machine by applying glue or by inserting a pin or blade at the edge of the button.

    The Indian Express