• THE VERDICT IS OUT ON KRK: The Nation wants him to leave Twitter

    We’ve had enough of his obscene, lewd remarks that were, for the longest time, being passed off under the garb of senseless humour

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  • Modi Cabinet reshuffle: Here are the names that could come in, go out

    In fact, there are reports that the revamp could take place soon as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is holding a high-level meeting reviewing the performance of various ministries in the last two years. Other names doing the rounds as possible entrants are Jabalpur MP Rakesh Singh and Mangaldoi (Assam) MP Raman Deka.

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  • Rustom: The real story that inspired the Akshay Kumar starrer film

    Akshay Kumar starrer Rustom is largely inspired from the famous 1959 case of KM Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra that changed the face of the Indian judicial system. On April 27, 1959, Naval officer Kawas Manekshaw Nanavati shot his wife's lover Prem Ahuja with his service revolver. With Nanavati being away most of the time due to his naval assignments, Sylvia fell in love with his friend Prem Bhagwandas Ahuja.

    The Indian Express
  • Throwback Photo! Kareena Kapoor Khan And Karisma Kapoor Look Adorable

    Kareena Kapoor Khan and her sister Karisma Kapoor are surely the divas of Bollywood. In this picture, Karisma and Kareena are seen with their mom Babita. This is a major throwback when Karisma was just a little girl, and Bebo was an adorable baby.

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  • Tru Hue Integral Concrete Color Packs

    Vibrant, rich, attractive earth tone integral color line. Starts at $12.50 per yard of concrete! Comes in disintegrating bags that are added into mix.

  • Madhuri Dixit breaks down on TV set

    Mumbai, June 30 (IANS) Bollywood's dancing diva Madhuri Dixit Nene got emotional and broke down after seeing a performance revolving around Parkinson's disease on the sets of TV show "So You Think You Can Dance 'Ab India ki Baari'" here. The concept of the act was a love story of a girl who has Parkinson's disease and a boy. Madhuri, often called the 'Dhak Dhak Girl' of Bollywood, is a judge on the TV show, which is aired on &TV.

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  • 7th Pay Commission chief recommends OROP for Govt employees

    The Seventh Pay Commission has recommended One Rank, One Pension (OROP) for all civilian employees. Seventh Pay Commission chairman Justice (Retd.) A K Mathur on Wednesday said it appears that the report has been accepted in toto. No pay commission gave that,” he added.

    The Indian Express
  • Anil Kumble gets down to business

    As the lunch break approached, that time of the day when you are prone to misadventures, Anil Kumble nearly snatched the sidearm ball launcher from batting coach Sanjay Bangar. Sure you can always spot Sanjay Bangar with one, but Kirsten’s successors, Duncan Fletcher and Ravi Shastri —perennially allergic to this piece of new-age gadgetry, borrowed of course from baseball.

    The Indian Express
  • Women constitute one-fourth of Honda Navi buyers

    Women seem to be buying Honda Navi - the unconventional motorcycle-scooter crossover - in quite sizeable numbers. Over 25 per cent of Navi's bought during the last two months since its launch have been by women. Now Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India Pvt Ltd (HMSI) is targeting to sell one lakh units of this two-wheeler during the financial year 2016-17.

    The Indian Express
  • Hrithik Roshan Tweets How He Escaped The Istanbul Airport Attack!

    Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan on Tuesday tweeted about being at the Istanbul's Ataturk Airport just hours before suicide attack that killed 36 people and injured 147 others. Hrithik was in Madrid, Spain for IIFA and after shooting for IIFA doting father Hrithik took off to Africa for a vacation with his kids Hrehaan and Hridaan. While returning from Africa, Hrithik apparently missed his connecting flight at Istanbul and was stuck at Ataturk airport.

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  • First look video: Ringing Bells Freedom 251, the world’s cheapest smartphone

    Ringing Bells' Freedom 251 is back in the news as the company claims it does plan to deliver the world's cheapest smartphone, priced at Rs 251 or nearly $4. IndianExpress.com visited Ringing Bells' office in Noida, where we saw the new Freedom 251, which now sports a qHD 4-inch display, 1GB RAM+8GB storage, 3.2 mp rear camera, 1450 mAh battery and runs Android KitKat. Freedom 251 appears to be launching in two colours: all black, and a black-white variant.

    The Indian Express
  • Price of fame: Pakistani schoolgirl Malala joins millionaires' club

    By Will Kerry LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenage education activist who survived a near-fatal attack by the Taliban, and her family have become millionaires in under four years due to sales of a book about her life and appearances on the global speaker circuit. Yousafzai, 18, the youngest person to win the Nobel peace prize, shot to international fame after emerging defiant from the assassination attempt on a school bus in Pakistan's Swat valley in October 2012 to continue her fight for girls' rights. Yousafzai, who received medical treatment in Britain where she now lives, is in constant demand globally, charging $152,000 per speech compared with Desmond Tutu's reported $85,000, according to U.S.-based Institute for Policy Studies.

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  • Is Islamic State fast becoming fact in India?

    In a span of four months, the National Investigation Agency has bust two alleged modules of the ISIS in India. The first operation resulted in the arrest of nearly 30 persons. The raid conducted yesterday at Hyderabad led to the arrest of 5 persons. The first lesson that one needs to learn is that the ISIS problem is real and there is no point in denying their presence in India In addition to this there are several other smaller incidents that have been reported in which sympathisers of fan boys of the ISIS have been arrested. However the Hyderabad operation was different in many ways. This module according to the NIA was ready to strike. This is because the seizure of arms and ammunition clearly

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  • Comedian Vir Das gets trolled because Arvind Kejriwal shared his tweet

    On June 26, comedian Vir Das was in the Capital for a stand-up act, which he seems to have thoroughly enjoyed. The comedian tweeted: "I'm pretty sure we made history yesterday. Started a Delhi show on time! On a side note...Not a single bribe."

    The Indian Express
  • E-auction of Vijay Mallya’s luxury Airbus A319 jet attracts only one bidder

    The e-auction of the luxury Airbus A319 of Vijay Mallya, chairman of the now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines Ltd, by the Service Tax department has attracted a lone bidder, according to official sources. “Once a bid is placed, it will be submitted to the service tax department which will either approve or reject the bid,” said an official. The Service Tax department hopes to raise at least Rs 150 crore from the auction of the airbus, sources said.

    The Indian Express
  • Protein is your key to a healthy lifestyle

    New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): It is not an unknown factor that physical activity undertaken on a regular basis helps in building strength and wards off chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, obesity, depression and osteoporosis. Vallari Shah, nutritionist and dietician says if one has adequate amount of protein in their daily life, then they can lead a healthy life. "If your goal is to have optimum strength - muscle building plays a vital role, which is best attained by consuming a good amount of proteins through your diet along with carbohydrates and fats," says Vallari.

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  • Mumbai: 9 of Andheri family killed in early morning fire

    Nine members of a family died Thursday after a fire broke out in a shop beneath their home in Andheri West and the way to escape was blocked. The deceased are Siddique Khan (30), his mother Saburiya Khan (52), his wife Rabil Khan (28) and their daughter Honey (9). While Siddique’s brother Imtiyaz Khan (28) survived, his pregnant wife Sufiya (28) and their children Huzaif (10), Aliza (6), Tubba (4) and Altamash (3 months) died, the police said.

    The Indian Express
  • Vicky Kaushal blames his dad in this deleted scene from Raman Raghav 2.0

    Vicky Kaushal plays Raghavan in Anurag Kashyap’s latest directorial offering Raman Raghav 2.0. Raghavan is a drug addict and a cop who does not care for the law. Based on the infamous serial killer Psycho Raman from the 1960s Mumbai, Kashyap’s Raman Raghav 2.0 traces the life of a fictional psychotic killer Ramanna (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) who is inspired by Raghav. For those who have seen the movie, the makers have come up with a five-minute long video that gives some insight into Vicky’s character. In the video, Raghav (Vicky) is speaking to a hand-held camera where he addresses his mom and cries while explaining how he has been living his life. He blames his father for the kind of person he is.

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  • India test-fires new surface-to-air missile from defence base off Odisha coast

    India on Thursday test fired a new surface-to-air missile from a defence base off Odisha coast. The medium range missile was test fired at 8:15 am from a mobile launcher in the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur, reported PTI. "The test launch was a grand success and it met all the targets," a DRDO official said.

    The Indian Express
  • JD(U) questions Amit Shah’s ‘credentials’ for criticising Nehru

    Taking potshots at BJP president Amit Shah for blaming India’s first prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s “historic blunder” for the current impasse in Jammu and Kashmir, the Janata Dal (United) on June 30 said this shows his ignorance, lack of depth and intellectual knowledge.

    The Indian Express
  • 23 Cheap Places Where You Will Want to Retire Forever

    Thinkstock You've probably been dreaming about retirement since the day you started working. But will your budget allow you to make those dreams a reality? It has a better chance if you pick an affordable ...

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