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Anushka, Rani, Kareena: BEST films of Bollywood's top actresses
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Anushka, Rani, Kareena: BEST films of Bollywood's top actresses

Here's looking at the finest films of these ladies. Looks, luxury, love, these girls have it all. They’re the most sought-after leading ladies in the business.In Bollywood’s fiercely competitive rat race, names and rankings keep changing but a career-best performance is what an actress can hold on to forever. And so here’s looking at the top 10 heroines today and their best work so far. Anushka Sharma, Band Baaja BaaraatFew actresses can wear vulnerability as convincingly as ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Varun, Shraddha come together for ABCD 2

Here's a look at the top 10 tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:  Varun Dhawan, who recently started shooting for the sequel of ABCD, shared this picture of himself with co-star Shraddha Kapoor (left) and tweeted: 'Since I was a little boy Iv had a passion for dancing. Today I start #abcd2 as an ode to dancers across india.' RIP Bapu Garu Sridevi paid tribute to veteran filmmaker Sattiraju Lakshmi Narayana aka Bapu, who passed away on Sunday following ...
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How Anusha Swamy became a YouTube sensation!

Offbeat videos loaded with quirky humour and satire have made the country's youngest choreographer, Anusha Swamy, all the rage online. She was barely 18 when she started her career as an assistant choreographer. Now five years -- two years as a dancer and three years as an assistant choreographer -- and innumerable films later, dancing sensation Anusha Swamy has the distinction of being the youngest choreographer in India to graduate from the Cine and TV Dancers and Dance Directors' Association ...
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Army officer lured into honey trap confesses to passing secrets

The junior Army officer arrested in Hyderabad on Wednesday for espionage has confessed to having passed on critical information about 96 field regiments and ten medium regiments Mohammed Siddique / Rediff.com reports Subedar Naik Patan Kumar, the Junior Commissioned Officer in the artillery regiment who was arrested on Wednesday in Hyderabad for alleged espionage, has reportedly confessed to his crime. Poddar, who was arrested following an alert by the intelligence agencies, has admitted that ...
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Boy falls into 300-ft deep borewell; rescue efforts on

Bagalkot (Karnataka): A six-year-old boy fell into an open borewell at nearby Sulikeri village today and all out efforts were underway to rescue him. Tipanna Hatti slipped into the 300-feet borewell in his father’s sugarcane field while he had ...
 IndiaTV News4 weeks ago
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The 'veshti' culture and code

The veshti controversy in Tamil Nadu is not about the dress -- but a dress-code, which seems permissible in private homes and offices, but not in private clubs that are open only to well-heeled, and well-paying private members, observes N Sathiya Moorthy. At the height of the post-poll scenario in 1996, then Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram declared in Chennai, thus: “Two veshti (dhoti)-clad Tamils would decide the fate of the nation.” Subsequent developments proved Chidambaram ...
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Inmate's rape allegation casts shadow over Akshaya Trust

A 23-year-old inmate who escaped from the Akshaya Trust home, founded by CNN hero Narayanan Krishnan, alleges that she was raped. This has cast a shadow over the non-profit organization, that houses mentally ill inmates in Madurai. A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com investigates the controversy. The plight of a homeless man in Madurai made Narayanan Krishnan give up a cushy chef's job in Europe. He returned home and in 2003, he founded the non-profit Akshaya Trust. For eleven years now, he has served ...
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Review: Manjapai is cliched and predictable

Manjapai is a very predictable and overemotional tale of a meddlesome righteous villager with a heart of gold who unintentionally creates havoc in the life of his grandson, S Saraswathi. Manjapai (yellow bag) is a derogatory term usually used to describe naive villagers visiting the city. The expression refers to the ever-present cloth bag that the villager never travels without. The innocent dhoti-clad, manjapai-toting villager is invariably the butt of jokes. In Lingusamy’s ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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