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Irrfan’s fond memoir​ from​ NSD

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Mumbai, Jan 25: The cult actor of Bollywood Irrfan Khan, who has come a long long way and bought a revolution in Indian Cinema with his natural acting capabilities. The actor who is one of the finest talents of our country and has also made India proud on the International platform several times with his excellent performances was found getting ...

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Bollywood Celebrities attend Hemant Tantia song launch for Republic Day

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Mumbai, Jan 25: Deputy Commissioner of Customs Hemant Tantia will dedicate his solo Album ” Bharat Maa Ke Santan Hain Hum” salute the efforts which is being made by the real life “heroes” who save many people. Hemant Tantia has made a video featuring his family to salute the brave hearts who died fighting for the nation. Hemant Tantia has ...

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Sharad Pawar admitted in Pune hospital

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Pune, Jan 25: NCP chief Sharad Pawar was admitted to Ruby Hall Clinic on Sunday after the veteran minister complained of breathlessness. After accessing the reports, doctors have said barring a few kidney related issues, there is nothing critical about his health. His cardiologist Parvez Grant told media, “We have carried out all the essential tests. Barring some kidney-related issues, ...

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Present UP State Ministers are busy Minting Money: Mulayam

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Lucknow, Jan 25: Expressing his concern over the UP ministers, President of the incumbent Samajwadi Party Mulayam Singh Yadav said that half of the present state ministers are busy ‘minting money’, according to reports. Addressing party workers Mulayam said, “I had advised the ministers. Some mended their ways but some did not. If earning money is your priority, then you ...

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94 websites blocked by ATS for being pro-ISIS

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New Delhi, Jan 25: As many as 94 websites have been blocked by security agencies for allegedly propagating the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), reports said. The move came amid a nationwide crackdown on suspected offshoots of the terrorist organization in the country. The action follows a six-month long joint operation by the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) and the ...

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Movie Review: Kyaa Kool Hai Hum 3

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Mumbai: In the third installment of the sex comedy series, Masti alumnus Aftab Shivdasani replaces Riteish Deshmukh, once again proving that acting talent is the least important criterion for the film. The men are studs on the screen and off it (the moan-heavy background score includes neighing sounds, and there is also a visual of a horse in case you ...

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Movie Review: “Airlift”

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Mumbai: ‘Airlift’ a heart-stopping thriller based on true events – the masterminding by an unsung hero of the biggest human aviation evacuation in history in the wake of the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq’s Saddam Hussein in August 1990. Trapped in Kuwait are more than a hundred thousand Indians—many of them labourers who have come to work in the Gulf. ...

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First set of 100 Netaji Files declassified

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New Delhi, Jan 23: The Union Government has declassified the first set of 100 files pertaining to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today visited the National Archives for the launch of the digitized files. He also met family members of Netaji, including Prof. Chitra Ghosh, Shri Chandra Bose, and Shri Surya Kumar Bose. The Prime Minister ...

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Cases of Zika virus, 20 American countries & 10 in Africa affected: WHO

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New York, Jan 23: Twenty countries in the Americas and about 10 in Africa, Asia and the Pacific have reported cases of the mosquito-borne Zika virus infection according to information delivered on Friday by the UN World Health Organization (WHO). “Most are reporting sporadic cases but we have larger outbreaks in Brazil, in Colombia, in El Salvador, in Panama and ...

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Upset Hindus urge Ohio apparel firm to recall Lord Ganesha products

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Nevada, Jan 23: Upset Hindus have urged for the immediate withdrawal of tee shirt, tank tops, mug and blanket with Lord Ganesha’s image sold by a Columbus (Ohio) headquartered apparel and home goods company Print Syndicate, calling these highly inappropriate. Hindus have strongly objected to slogans/statements printed on these five products (marketed under its brand “Look Human”) around Lord Ganesha’s ...

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