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Tragic reality of Indian sports: Mary Kom got Rs 25 lakh but Dhoni will get Rs 80 crore for his biopic

MS Dhoni’s biopic starring Sushant Singh Rajput is one of the most-awaited movies of the year and with good reason. It tells the tale of India’s most successful system who rose to the very top without any godfather, overcoming the myriad barriers that present itself for small-town Indians. And thankfully, it’s not going down the […]

Did Sonakshi Sinha plan to reinvent herself with ‘Akira’?

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A lot has been said about Sonakshi Sinha’s power packed role in her upcoming flick Akira. The trailer of the film has already received a thumbs up from the tinsel town as well as from the fans.At a time when the masses are used to seeing the typical portrayal of the ‘damsel in distress’ who […]

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Confident that Urjit Patel will carry forward inflation fight: Raghuram Rajan

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MUMBAI: Outgoing Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan exuded confidence on Friday that his successor Urjit Patel will carry forward the work they began on taming inflation. “I am confident that Urjit Patel, who has worked closely with me on monetary policy for the last three years, will ably guide the Monetary Policy Committee going forward […]

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Situation in Kashmir slipping out of control: Lalu Prasad

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PATNA(PTI): RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Saturday claimed that the situation in Kashmir Valley was slipping out of the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir government’s control and appealed to the people of the state to remain in the “mainstream”. “Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of the country but what I see is […]

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Murshidabad hospital fire: Two killed, CM Mamata Banerjee orders CID probe

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KOLKATA(ANI): West Bengal Government ordered a CID inquiry into the fire in Murshidabad Medical College Hospital which claimed two lives on Saturday. “CID has been asked to look into the possibility of sabotage in the incident,” a release issued by the state secretariat ‘Nabanna’ said. “This will be in addition to the inquiry into the […]

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PM Modi very concerned about Kashmir turmoil: J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti

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NEW DELHI(PTI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday sought the creation of an institutional mechanism of interlocutors to talk to all stakeholders in Kashmir to carry forward former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s policy of a dialogue internally as well as with Pakistan. Mufti, who called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in […]

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Filmmaker Eileen Yaghoobian Thinks Sexts Are Art

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Web Desk: Eileen Yaghoobian. She is a filmmaker and artist who’s thinks your dirty sexts should be made into movies. Are you brave enough to send her your personal filth? If you do so, she will take what you have written and they will come to life in video on sendmeyoursexts.com. We sat down with […]

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Kind of Depressing History of Fictional Female Presidents

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Web Team: On the season finale of HBO’s Veep, the lovably misanthropic Vice President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States after the sitting president resigned to care for his mentally ill wife. Meyer may be the first female president in the Veep universe, but she’s far from the first fictional […]

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Through scholarships, US-based IMRC helps thousands of poor students complete their studies

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Hyderabad: For Indian Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC), education has always been one of the core objectives of their mission for all those who can’t afford to pay their fees. Along with establishing high quality Challenger International schools, Indo-US schools and Jahangirabad Institute of Engineering & Technology (JIT) in rural Uttar Pradesh with an aim […]

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IITs ban 31 companies from hiring for one year

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NEW DELHI: The placement committee of the 16 Indian Institute of Technology colleges have imposed a ban on 31 companies from hiring from its campuses for one year. Out of this, 28 of them are startups, a report in the Economic Times said. The move was being deliberated by the All-IITs Placement committee (AIPC), after […]

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