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So, what do you do then?

Image source: Joe The Goat Farmer Opinion Feature your article in our email bulletin - Buy now People seem to be obsessed with what you do, with what I do. Within seconds of meeting someone, within moments of starting a conversation, the subject ... B Daily, 1 day ago
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Floods kill 151 in Pakistan

At least 151 people have died and more than 8 lakh affected across Pakistan due to devastating floods since last month, authorities said today as they struggled to reach thousands stranded by swollen rivers. Heavy rains started last month and are still continuing in different parts of the country. According to National Disaster Management Authority, 77 people were killed in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, 32 in Punjab, 22 in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir, 13 in Balochistan and seven in ...
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Ashes: Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

England paceman Stuart Broad is proud of the way his side have restricted Australia captain Michael Clarke in the Ashes series so far but warned they cannot let the star batsman off the hook.
 Zee News14 minutes ago Cricket-Broad says keeping Clarke quiet has been key so far  Reuters20 minutes ago Is it make or break for Michael Clarke? Aussie media feels so  ZeeNews.com7 hours ago
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Banning porn won't work, sex education will: Experts

Terming the government's crackdown on 857 pornographic websites an "act in haste", the country's top sex and behavioural experts have favoured making sex education mandatory for young Indian teenagers so that crimes like rape or child molestation can be ...
 Prokerala2 hours ago Sex and then cookies? I don't think so  IOL3 days ago
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After mental training, now yoga sessions for Indian archers

It is not the first time Indian archers will get to work on the mental aspect of the game as in April earlier this year some top archers underwent a 15-day government sponsored stint with US-based tennis player-turned-mental trainer Lorenzo Beltrame, who ...
 Jagran Post24 minutes ago
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Mamata Banerjee to meet PM Modi to seek aid for flood-hit West Bengal

According to a close aide, Banerjee has sought an appointment with Modi during her two-day visit to discuss the flood situation and place her demands for assistance from the National Disaster Relief Fund for Bengal, where 12 districts were today declared ...
 Jagran Post24 minutes ago Flood situation in Bengal improving: Minister  Prokerala4 hours ago 180 dead, 1 crore affected as rains lash West Bengal, Gujarat, Rajasthan  Rediff.com5 hours ago More Than 180 Dead So Far in Floods in Bengal, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Odisha  NDTV11 hours ago
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5% Indian athletes among blood dope offenders: Reports

The sensational media reports of widespread blood doping in world athletics has also pointed the finger of suspicion at the Indian athletes, though experts in the country are not very clear about how it could have happened. The reports, which claimed that ...
 Deccan Herald24 minutes ago Doping allegations rock athletics world  Deccan Herald1 day ago Athletics roiled by mass doping allegations  Rediff.com1 day ago
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40 years of Sholay: Jai, Veeru, Basanti THEN and NOW!

Rediff.com celebrates 40 years of the beloved movie classic. 'Indian film history can be divided into Sholay BC and Sholay AD,' believes filmmaker Shekhar Kapur.The maker of Mr India isn't exaggerating. Ramesh Sippy's robust revenge saga, which was released August 13, 1975, is part of Bollywood's DNA. Its extraordinary success has spawned many imitations, remakes (and spoofs) -- Joshilay, Keemat, China Gate, Mela and, of course, the embarrassing Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag. Salim-Javed created ...
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'Being a father won't stop me from doing a certain kind of film'

'Working everyday gives me the most satisfaction. It really doesn't matter whether it is Housefull, Grand Masti, Ek Villain, Lai Bhari, Bluff Master or Tere Naal Love Hogaya. As long as I am working, and I am enjoying my work, that gives me satisfaction.' Riteish Deshmukh and his Bangistan co-star Pulkit Samrat discuss their upcoming film. 'Why don't you spend the night with us?' Riteish Deshmukh asked a journalist, who asked for 20 minutes of his time for an interview. Yes, journalists have ...
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Top 5 Selfie Smartphone Recommendations

Clearly, nothing beats a GoPro 3-Way with a GoPro mounted on it if you are looking for the perfect selfie, but lets leave that to the professionals. For mere mortals, the selfie is best done with a smartphone. But not all of them have been designed for that ...
 Techtree39 minutes ago
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