• NDA to triumph with 342 seats if elections were held today; Modi most popular leader: ABP News-IMRB survey

    New Delhi: NDA government seems to be riding high after completing two years in power as it seems to be getting 342 seats if elections were held today, predicts the opinion poll conducted by ABP News-IMRB International.  This is a slight gain in the number of seats against its tally of 339 in Results of TS EAMCET, (Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test), conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru The results of TS EAMCET, (Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test), conducted by Jawaharlal The results of TS EAMCET, (Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test), conducted by Jawaharlal

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  • Hera Pheri 3 director’s place in danger, Akshay may ask Priyadarshan to step in

    The actor and Neeraj Vora are not on the best of terms

  • Where will the new Obama residence be post January?

    Who will enter the White House after President Barack Obama is still uncertain with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton vying for the post. From White House, the US president and his family will move into an 8,200-square-foot mansion in the upscale Washington DC neighbourhood of Kalorama. The property, built in 1928, is currently owned by Joe Lockhart, who is the executive vice president of communications at the National Football League (NFL), and Giovanna Gray, who works with Glamour magazine.

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  • Arpita Khan backlashes body shamers

    New Delhi, May 25(ANI): Seems like Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan is in no mood to take the haters anymore. The new-mother, who is in the states at present, enjoying vacation with hubby Aayush Sharma and son Ahil, took to her Instagram account to post a strong message against all those who have criticised her time and again with nasty comments on her family, her weight, her baby boy, husband and lifestyle.

  • Amitabh Bachchan hosting the Modi victory bash– a blunder

    When he became Modi's brand ambassador for Gujarat despite Modi's Godhra history, one could understand. Being a brand ambassador for a state or India is non partisan. The Congress' bleating about it from the sidelines because of Amitabh's name appearing in the Panama Papers is a shameful overreach obliterating the principle of the presumption of innocence until proven guilty-- the most fundamental principle of criminal law.

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  • Newly-elected MLA in Tamil Nadu passes away on oath taking day

    For a second time in five years, the ruling AIADMK has lost one of its legislators on the day of swearing-in of newly elected MLAs to the Tamil Nadu Assembly. S M Seenivel, who was elected to the Tamil Nadu Assembly from Tirupparankundram constituency, died of stroke today, bringing back memories of an AIADMK Minister who passed away in 2011 when he was rushing to Chennai for the swearing-in of MLAs. AIADMK leader from Tiruchirappally N Mariam Pitchai was killed in a road accident hours before the swearing-in of the members of the 14th Assembly in 2011. He died in the accident on Chennai-Tiruchirappally highway near Perambalur. Pitchai had been allotted the Environment portfolio by Chief Minister

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  • Congress Supporters Named Public Toilet After Rishi Kapoor, Here’s How He Reacted

    Recently, Bollywood veteran actor Rishi Kapoor had tweeted questioning on why all the properties are named after Gandhi’s. Rishi Kapoor had strongly lashed out at Gandhi family members especially Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi. Days after his tweets, Congress workers have made a comeback by hanging a placard over a Sulabh toilet with Rishi‘s name. In the series of tweets, Rishi Kapoor had expressed his displeasure over the name of Delhi’s airport, RKapoor asked, “Why Indira G airport International ?

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  • 16 years after pregnant woman’s death, Mumbai court convicts doctor

    Sixteen years after Sarasheej Shete (52) lost his wife and son in a Mahim hospital after a stillbirth via a caesarean section procedure, the Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate Court convicted gynaecologist Sharad Ganesh Gogate on charges of medical negligence. “The accused caused death of Sunita and her child by his negligence, not amounting to culpable homicide,” the judgement observed. For Shete and his daughter Shrika Shete (21) however it has been a long battle half won.

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  • Alia-Sid get preference over Sara-Ishaan

    After wrapping up Half Girlfriend, buzz is, Mohit Suri will direct Aashiqui 3. The Karan Johar production will have to wait

  • Everything You Need To Know About Deepika Padukone’s Cameo In ‘Raabta’

    According to the always so nosy media, sometime ago it was reported that Deepika Padukone will be making a special appearance in friend, Dinesh Vijan’s maiden directorial venture ‘Raabta’. According to reports, the 30-year-old will be seen grooving to a catchy item number! Woohoo, we get to see more of her other than ‘lovely’ and who doesn’t love our partyholic Veronica right? As far as Deepika is concerned, she was last seen in Bajirao Mastani.

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  • For world records, Indian man removes teeth and gets over 500 tattoos

    By Sunil Kataria NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian man obsessed with setting Guinness world records got 366 flags tattooed on his body and had all his teeth removed so he could put nearly 500 drinking straws and more than 50 burning candles in his mouth. Har Parkash Rishi, who claims to have set more than 20 records, now calls himself Guinness Rishi. Born in 1942 in a cinema hall in the capital, New Delhi, Rishi first got into the Guinness Book of World Records in 1990 when, with two friends, he rode a scooter for 1,001 hours.

  • Donald Trump's limelight is stolen by a fly trapped in his famous hair

    Donald Trump had an unfortunate encounter with a fly when it flew into his hair during a rally, appearing to be reluctant to leave the GOP candidate's famous locks. Despite the fly wandering around on Trump's head as he spoke about the "great security and borders" the US needs, the GOP candidate made no attempt to bat the bug away – appearing not to notice his campaign had gained a new follower. The winged intruder was quick to hit social media, with one Twitter user referring to the Republican presumptive presidential nominee as "lord of the flies", while several compared the incident to Democrat hopeful Bernie Sanders's bird.

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  • Rajiv Shukla to take up Gayle issue with BCCI

    Mumbai, by Gaurav Gupta • Last updated on Wednesday, 25 May, 2016, 07:27 AM Chris Gayle's controversial remarks in an interview he gave to a female journalist in a British newspaper (The Times) has led to the Melbourne Renegades announcing that they will not offer him a fresh contract for next season's Big Bash League (BBL). Gayle also faces a possible censure from English county club Somerset, for whom he's slated to play soon. The Jamaican's latest antics may have just put him in serious trouble in the IPL too. Gayle had told the journalist he has "a very, very big bat, the biggest in the wooooorld. You think you could lift it? You'd need two hands." Under fire since then, the 36-year-old later

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  • B-townies in London for KJo’s 44th

    After unwinding at a spa-resort in Austria, Karan Johar, along with filmmaker friend Zoya Akhtar, touched down in the Queen's City earlier this week to ring in his birthday. The Student of the Year director who turned 44 today was joined by close pals, Shah Rukh and Gauri, who had landed in London on Saturday. Besides the Khans, KJo's mother, Hiroo Johar, and friends, Shweta Bachchan Nanda, Manmohan Shetty's producer-daughter, Aarti, and Kaajal Anand also timed their vacations to coincide with his special day. "London is one of Karan's favourite cities," informs a guest, adding that the birthday boy booked a London hotspot for an all-night party, held last night. Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif

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  • IPL 2016: It is advantage RCB before the final

    Then you come across a season like the one that Kohli is having and you do tend to make time to sit back and stare, shake your head in admiration and disbelief. It surely would be a walk in the park. Just as well I stuck around to see a couple of overs in the RCB innings.

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  • Jungle-raj not a myth: Crime thrives under Nitish Kumar's ideal Bihar

    "Bihar is not merely India's poorest state; it is also its most corrupt, violent and lawless state," Steven R Weisman of the New York Times wrote in 1987. Almost three decades later, little of that statement seems to have changed. "Deeply saddened and concerned about some incidents that took place in Bihar recently. We won’t rest until all those responsible are brought to justice." This was state's Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at a function in Lucknow this May. Nitish was referring to the recent killings in the 'lawless state' which sparked debates of resurging 'jungle-raj'. A senior journalist, bureau chief of Hindi daily Hindustan, in Siwan was shot dead in full public view in a market and a

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  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Life Was At Stake While Shooting For Raman Raghav 2.0!

    Anurag Kashyap’s next, ‘Raman Raghav 2.0′, starring Nawazzudin Siddique and Vicky Kaushal is just back with bag full of accolades from Cannes film festival. The team was shooting near the airport, which is a restricted area and is watched over by snipers 24×7. The area is so much of High alert that, the security personnel’s have orders to shoot at sight, if at all anyone breaches the restricted area.

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  • In fact: Why Chabahar deal is a rebellion against history

    For those who had followed its journey, though, it was a historic moment: for the first time in a century, cargo from India had made its way across Asia by land, all the way to the threshold of Europe. Few in India have fully grasped the radical ambition that underlies Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to sign on to the $ 500 million project to transform the small Iranian port of Chabahar into a hub for Indian business. The deal, signed in Tehran this week, will see India financing the construction of a $ 85 million port, building aluminium and urea plants, and underwriting the construction of a railway line to link it to Iran’s network.

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  • Jaya thanks Stalin for attending swearing in

    Paving the way for a new political culture between the two Dravidian parties, AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Tuesday thanked DMK leader M K Stalin for attending her swearing-in ceremony on Monday. Putting an end to the controversy over the seating arrangements to Stalin during the function, Jayalalithaa said she never intended to insult him or his party over the seats allocation. Jayalalithaa's statement came against the backdrop of DMK president M Karunanidhi's stating that Stalin was insulted at the swearing-in function by seating him among the crowd, instead of allotting a seat in the front row. The AIADMK said had the officials brought to her notice that Stalin

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