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Would you read Shah Rukh Khan's book?

Would you read Shah Rukh Khan's book?

A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities: Shah Rukh Khan, who is currently shooting in Iceland for Rohit Shetty’s Dilwale, shared his bucket list with fans on Twitter. The 49-year-old actor tweeted: ‘Just putting it out amaranthine bucket list. Like I said its perpetually increasing & changing but right now it's this Bucket list 1. Learn the guitar Learn cooking Find a perfect pair of jeans Learn to make five cocktails. Tend to plants Read ..., 2 days ago

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Maggi crisis: No cheer for other noodles brands like Yippee!

ITC's noodle brand has been caught in the Maggi crossfire. Can it turn the tide in its favour? Noodles have been the flavour of conversations across the country, if not our daily menus over the past few months. And even as Maggi gets ready to stage a comeback, the question really is, did other noodle brands gain in its absence? And can they make the most of the six months before Nestle brings Maggi back?  Industry observers had predicted that ITC would gain the most from Nestle's ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Buying an under-construction property? Keep this in mind...

Posted by Equitymaster Home seekers like to select a property that is not very far from grocery stores or markets, hospitals, schools, railway stations and bus stops. Property buyers check many more things as buying a home is one of the biggest decisions they ...
 Equitymaster.com4 days ago

Here’s What Happened When The Internet Was Asked To Photoshop A Couple’s Kissing Photo

They probably should've seen it coming. Imgur user damnfiddles took to the photo sharing site last week, and asked netizens to “ please Photoshop away the kid " in a picture showing a couple locking lips. Let’s just say the request wasn’t ...
 Huffington Post5 days ago

Market crash: Why you need not panic

Many say while it might be a good time to buy, one should wait for a few days. As the BSE Sensex opened 600 points lower on Monday, Kartik Jhaveri, director, Transcend India, sent out this message to clients: “Markets have a way of shaking off excesses, whatever the reason. For the astute investor, new opportunities are emerging. Hold your nerves.”  By the end of the trading session, the Sensex had crashed 1,600 points, the most ever in absolute terms. Jhaveri, however, ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Wish list: What if Ileana was cast in Friends?

What if we these popular American television series were made in India? After remaking every film in sight, how could television be spared? The most interesting writing in America can currently be seen in TV, not the movies, and we’re all set to make our versions of their small-screen hits now. Anil Kapoor’s ready with the second season of 24, his daughter Rhea Kapoor is producing an Indian version of Modern Family, and Namit Das will play Raymond in a desi take on Everybody Loves ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

'We cannot talk to India without Kashmir'

Pakistan has made it clear that there can be no talks with India unless Kashmir is on the agenda. Interacting with television channel CNN-IBN, Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaz Aziz dismissed the notion that the Pakistani Army had scuttled the talks with New Delhi and said that the military and Islamabad are united on the Kashmir agenda. Here is the excerpt of the conversation: CNN IBN: When the two leaders met in Ufa, there was an impression that they developed an understanding.
 Rediff.com6 days ago NSA-level talks: Who shall blink first, India or Pakistan?  Rediff.com1 week ago Invest in India and Make in Maharashtra: Fadnavis  Rediff.com1 month ago

Don't accept Rs 60 crore: Uphaar victims' kin to Kejriwal government

Three members of Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy on Friday met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and asked him not to accept Rs 60 crore ordered by the Supreme Court to be paid to it by Ansals, two days after the apex court imposed fine on the convicts. Kejriwal told them that Delhi government will seek legal opinion on their demands and take a considered decision, taking into account the sentiments of the victims families. During the 30-minute-long meeting, the delegation also ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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15 astonishing facts you never knew about Google

Every day, we search something or the other on Google, but have you ever searched something about Google? If not, then here, we bring you 15 fantastic facts about the giant search engine that we bet after reading, you will be ‘googling’ some of ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago

Rajan allays concern on payments banks

These banks will primarily provide remittance services Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Thursday allayed bankers’ concern about competition from payments banks, especially in deposit mobilisation, saying these banks would play a complimentary role to the existing banking system. Most banks offer four per cent on savings bank deposits and commercial banks are concerned payments banks could offer more to lure customers. Rajan’s statement comes a day after the central ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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