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“My brothers did not react well to the first boy I dated” ...

She is fun and absolutely bubbly. While Jacqueline Fernandez has faced both sides of glamour – the pros and cons, she has been quite successful in staying away from too many gossips and speculations. Currently, there are reports of her alleged love angle ... Bollywood Hungama, 3 weeks ago

I'm not the 'happy-go-lucky' girl of TV, says Ragini Khanna

The bubbly girl role from "Sasural Genda Phool" brought Ragini Khanna a lot of popularity but the actor says it also pigeonholed her as a performer. Khanna, who is making her film debut with "Gurgaon", says she hopes the Shanker Raman-directed movie helps her ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Review: Mahesh Babu's Spyder is wickedly entertaining

Spyder is a classic tale of good versus evil that works on the strength of its dynamic hero and intimidating villain, says Sukanya Verma. Two things.  1. Some stories never get old if told well.  2. Pace and audacity are the bedrocks of masala genre.  Director A R Murugadoss finds the sweet spot between the two in his comic book treatment of good versus evil wherein a tech-savvy superhero takes on a ghoulishly grinning whacko.    Every bit of Spyder's ...
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Surgical strikes changed the game for India

'The Pakistani denial was the greatest triumph of this strategy.''From now onwards Pakistan will always have to factor in the Indian reaction when it decides to back non-State actors like LeT,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Exclusive: How the surgical strikes were planned  Nearly 30 years ago, I was posted along the Line of Control in the Poonch sector, the area where much of the firing incidents have been taking place of late. It was December, it was Christmas time and we had ...
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Review: Newton isn't a movie of answers, but tough questions

While filled with startling insights and questions, and buoyed by terrific performances throughout, Newton suffers from a lack of end-to-end clarity.It is a near-great film, but one that for some reason doesn't express itself fully, feels Sreehari Nair. Rajkummar Rao's Nutan Kumar is small and stubborn. Inside his head, there seems to be so much electricity that it has given his hair a permanent curl. The electrical impulses multiply when he is pushed to the wall, resulting in exaggerated ...
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After Digvijaya, now Manish Tewari posts abusive tweets against PM

  Congress leader Manish Tewari on Sunday triggered a row with a twitter post using abusive language against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, evoking sharp reactions from the Bharatiya Janata Party and the twitterati demanding an apology from Sonia Gandhi. Tewari is the second Congress leader after party general secretary Digvijaya Singh to come under fire for using foul language against Modi. Singh had recently retweeted a post which contained expletives against the prime minister.   In ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Now Cong's Tewari makes abusive remarks against PM, triggers row  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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The Huge Bihar Scam: Rs 1,000 crore and counting

The scam has offered Lalu Prasad an opportunity to point fingers at Nitish Kumar and Sushil Kumar Modi. Satyavrat Mishra reports. It was late in the evening on August 8. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his entourage of officials had just concluded a series of review meetings of various departments. As Chanchal Kumar, the principal secretary to the chief minister, was finalising the agenda for the next day, he received a call from Bhagalpur District Magistrate Adesh Titarmare. Titarmare ...
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A Gentleman Review: Bak Bak, Bang Bang

'The way the daredevil feats are set up, they don't have the maniacal feeling of actual gun battles, or good jazz, or a whacked-out dance performance -- they just don't provide you that giddy tingle you go looking for in such films,' feels Sreehari Nair. Consider this a working hypothesis: I think the worth of a movie can often be measured by how it changes your relation to alcohol. 2009 A friend and I walked out of a screening of Raj and DK's 99 eager for a drink. This we proclaimed, 'is the ...
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Bollywood going through its roughest times with disasters galore - Has audience become totally unforgiving?

There was a time till just about a couple of years back when star power ensured that even a sub-standard or at times sheer bad film could work at least to an extent at the Box Office. Well, not anymore! Bad films are definitely not working, sub-standard films ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 months ago
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'By 2025, we will be corruption free'

'I feel now we have a leader who is non-corruptible.''But he needs time as corruption is deep-rooted in our society, and people have no shame about being corrupt.''It will take at least 7 years to make some real progress.'Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Ramgopal Agarwala, former chief of the World Bank resident mission's economic unit in Beijing, is now the chairman of the Delhi-based Pahle India Foundation. Agarwala joined the World Bank in 1971 and worked in senior positions across ...
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