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Asaram verdict to be pronounced in jail
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Asaram verdict to be pronounced in jail

Verdict in Asaram case will now be pronounced in Jodhpur jail premises on April 25 and presiding officer, Madhusudan Sharma, will do so. The Rajasthan High Court has decided this following a petition filed by the police. While presenting a petition on behalf ... DNA, 5 days ago
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Blackbuck poaching case | Bail or no bail: move pending?

Ravindra Kumar Joshi has been replaced by Bhilwara district judge Chandra Kumar Songara. The late-night transfer order was issued by the Rajasthan High Court registrar general. However, it could also be possible that Joshi will pronounce Salman’s bail ...
 DNA2 weeks ago Salman's bail hearing deferred to Saturday  Sify2 weeks ago

Meet the stylist who makes Deepika Padukone look amazing

Shaleena Nathani just bagged the Stylist of the Year Award. Celebrity stylist Shaleena Nathani with Deepika Padukone.Photograph: Courtesy Shaleena Nathani/Instagram Behind every well-dressed star is a celebrity stylist, who works tirelessly in putting together the actor's look.  In Deepika Padukone's case, the creative genius is Shaleena Nathani, who recently received the Elle Stylist of the Year Award.  Presenting some of the best styles she put together for ...
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Deepika, Kangana, Sonam's love for low neck fashion!

Sukanya Verma takes us through the latest trend in Bollywood. When it comes to plunging necklines, Jennifer Lopez's green, gravity-defying Versace gown from Grammys 2000 still wears the crown. But Bollywood's beautiful ladies have also caught on the bold, sternum-flashing trend with vengeance. Take a look.   Deepika Padukone Photograph: Kind Courtesy Shaleena Nathani/Instagram Her personal style is basic, no-fuss but the star in her is happy to broaden her horizons in the edgiest of styles ...
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What next for India's young stars?

'It remains to be seen how much Prithvi Shaw's warriors go on to accomplish, but letting all the adulation go to their heads is the last thing you can expect.''Throughout its dominant streak in New Zealand, the Under-19 team played in the personality of its coach, Rahul Dravid.''Now, only if they can kick on and become as good as him,' says Dhruv Munjal. IMAGE: The Indian team after they won the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand, February 3, 2018. Photograph: Kind courtesy Cricket World ...
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'Hindustaniyat will always be my forte'

'Our country has enough talent, writers and composers to create music.''The previous generation did their job and went.''I think we need to leave behind some things.' IMAGE: Mithoon with his awards for Best Album and Song Of The Year for Half Girlfriend. Photograph: Kind courtesy Mithoon/Instagram He has created beautiful music -- Maula Mere (Anwar), Woh Lamhe Woh Baatein (Zeher), Tum Hi Ho, (Aashiqui 2), Humdard (Ek Villain), the Sanam Re title track and Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga (Half ...
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Why are brands not signing Prithvi Shaw or Shubman Gill?

Major companies have waited for the teen stars to turn into match winners; some that did not and moved too early have burnt their fingers.Urvi Malvania reports. IMAGE: U-19 teams in the past have tasted victory, but not every team member has been able to convert it into a permanent place on the team or a long career. Photograph: ICC/Twitter Youth, cricket and triumph on the field -- that is a combination any brand that is looking to dominate the Indian consumer mindspace would find hard to ...
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'U-19 WC showed huge gap between India and Pak players'

‘They don't seem to understand the importance of U-19 cricket or domestic cricket’ ‘Kohli is without doubt the best today’ IMAGE: The victorious India Under-19 team and the support staff pose with the World Cup for a photo-op on Monday. Photograph: Satish Bodas/Rediff.com Known for his scathing remarks, legendary Javed Miandad has said that the recent ICC U-19 World Cup match between India and Pakistan had highlighted the huge gulf in talent between cricketers of both ...
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The real test starts now: Dravid on future of Under-19 champs

'Talent is there, ability is there, it's about managing themselves, how to deal with pressure and the expectations that will come as U-19 champions' 'I'm really happy that the 15 boys got to wear World Cup medal. They deserve it. It's been a lot of sacrifices' Norma Godinho/Rediff.com, listens in as Coach Rahul Dravid relives India’s glorious run in the Under-19 World Cup.   IMAGE: India Under-19 World Cup-winning coach Rahul Dravid (right) and captain Prithvi Shaw at a media ...
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When U-19 spinner Abhishek interrupted Mhambrey interview

IMAGE: India Under-19 all-rounder Abhishek Sharma interrupts a media session to 'interview' bowling coach Paras Mhambrey. Photograph: Satish Bodas/Rediff.com India’s bowling shone bright at the just-concluded Under-19 World Cup that saw the team thrash Australia in the final to win the title for a record–breaking fourth time. India finished unbeaten to emerge triumphant in New Zealand on Saturday following some good performances by the bowler, particularly pacers Kamlesh ...
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