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'People feel I have lost my appeal because I'm not single'
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'People feel I have lost my appeal because I'm not single'

'Bollywood runs on the idea of age.''If you are single, even if you are 40, you are still appealing, you are still young.' 'The moment you are married, even if you are 25, it's uh-huh. She's not sexy anymore.' IMAGE: Kirti Kulhari "I find it very weird when someone calls me a 'heroine'. I'm not used to that word," Kirti Kulhari laughs nervously. The actress, who grabbed attention with her role in PINK, will be seen in Madhur Bhandarkar's Indu Sarkar. Kirti discusses her career with ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Nandini Piramal gallops away in the OTC business

'Younger people are taking steps to prevent lifestyle diseases.''It is fascinating to partner with consumers on the journey of self-discovery and to help shape people's preferences -- that is what I find most exciting,' Nandini Piramal tells Abhineet Kumar and Aneesh Phadnis.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   One of the first things we find out about Nandini Piramal is that academic success has come easily to her. At the San-Qi restaurant in the Four Seasons, Mumbai, she narrates ...
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99 yr old freedom fighter: 'Jail was like university for me'

Meet Bengaluru’s fondest freedom fighter, HS Doreswamy, who has been a sprightly witness to the country's ups and downs since 1947.   All photographs: Kind courtesy Your Story It was a cloudy afternoon when I met HS Doreswamy at his modest house in Jayanagar. His red oxide floored yellow home has bare minimum furnishings, with awards and Gandhi figurines adorning most of the walls and showcases. The senior freedom fighter warmly welcomes me and excuses himself to go finish his lunch.
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He wants to celebrate the uniqueness of India

Veenu Sandhu meets the young filmmaker who won the Satyajit Ray Short Film Award. There is something about Shimla, about its meandering lanes where you can sometimes feel the clouds around you. And, about its colonial-era buildings and homes where the freshness of winter seems to be permanently nestled. It is not without reason that the 'Queen of Hills' draws hundreds of visitors every year. But beneath its quaint-town, touristy facade, the one-time summer capital of the British hides scores ...
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India, China home to 320 million young Internet users: UN report

Mobile broadband subscriptions have grown more than 20 per cent annually in the last five years and are expected to reach 4.3 billion globally by the end of 2017. India and China are home to 39 per cent of the 830 million young people worldwide who use the Internet, according to a UN report. The data released by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialised agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), shows that of the 830 million young people ...
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Kvitova plays down favourite tag at Wimbledon

'Maybe the last tournament changed something in people's minds but not in mine. I'm really enjoying every match but, still, I think I do have lot of things to improve' IMAGE: Petra Kvitova says she can win another Grand Slam but does not see herself as one of the favourites right now. Photograph: Petra Kvitova/Twitter Double Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has cautioned against making her one of the favourites to lift the title this year despite a stunning return from the hand injury that ...
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Throwing away your old shoe? Think again!

A social venture is recycling shoes so that barefoot children have proper footwear, discovers Geetanjali Krishna. IMAGE: Greensole, a self-sustaining social enterprise launched by two athletes in 2013, recycles discarded sports shoes to make comfortable footwear. Photograph: Kind courtesy Greensole Every day, tens of thousands of children step out of their homes without shoes on their feet. Barefoot, they walk through fields, go to school and play sports, risking injuries, parasitic infections ...
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The GenNext takeover of TDP

Will N Chandrababu Naidu’s son Lokesh be able to manage the old guard the way his father did? The contrast could not have been more obvious. At the recently concluded Mahanadu (national council) meeting of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) at Visakhapatnam, many of the original founders of the party were absent or silent and it was the unstoppable rise of the family of Chandrababu Naidu that was on show, very publicly. N Harikrishna and N Balakrishna, sons of N T Rama Rao and among those who ...
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Victoria & Abdul trailer: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal and a rare friendship

Victoria & Abdul tells the true story of the unexpected friendship between Queen Victoria and her young Indian servant.Monali Sarkar reports. IMAGE: Dame Judi Dench as Queen Victoria and Ali Fazal as Abdul Karim in Victoria & Abdul.   The trailer of Victoria & Abdul -- which was to be launched at the 70th Cannes Film Festival, but had to be cancelled due to the Manchester terror attack -- was finally unveiled on Tuesday evening. Starring Dame Judi Dench as Queen Victoria and ...
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Margaret 'Courts' controversy again, says tennis 'full of lesbians'

‘Tennis is full of lesbians, because even when I was playing there was only a couple there, but those couple that led, that took young ones into parties and things’ ‘We're there to help them overcome. We're not against the people’ IMAGE: Margaret Court and Serena Williams. Photograph: Philip Gostelow/Getty Images . Australian 24-time Grand Slam winner Margaret Court said on radio on Wednesday that tennis was ‘full of lesbians’, courting controversy again ...
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