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Shahid celebrates Sajid Nadiadwala’s birthday!

Shahid celebrates Sajid Nadiadwala’s birthday!

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Sajid who is gearing up for Rangoon release this week celebrated his 51st birthday along with who will be seen playing Havildar Nawab Malik in Rangoon. The duo happens to share the same month for their birthday, Sajid’s 18th February and Shahid’s on the 26th of February. Shahid who will…

A unique dancercise routine for Shraddha Kapoor

A unique dancercise routine for Shraddha Kapoor

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Shraddha Kapoor is one of the fab actresses of Bollywood who is known for her versatility and fitness. The actress has been following up a unique dancercise routine for the past few weeks. Modern-age film stars are known to go out of their way to keep themselves fit. Similarly Shraddha…

Arjun Kapoor shoots in London for ‘Mubarakan’

Arjun Kapoor shoots in London for ‘Mubarakan’

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Actor Arjun Kapoor is shooting for his upcoming film “Mubarakan” in London. Arjun on Wednesday morning took to Twitter, and shared a bearded selfie of himself. “Black and white beard check! London for ‘Mubarakan’,” Arjun captioned the image.  The 31-year-old actor will be seen playing a double role in the…

Deepika’s Hollywood debut mints over $300 mn worldwide

Deepika’s Hollywood debut mints over $300 mn worldwide

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$308 million and still counting global cumulative figure, according to sources close to the movie’s production house. A $85 million Paramount/Viacom Inc release, the movie features Vin Diesel in the key role — and is said to have become the 2017’s highest global grosser so far, the source added. The…

Want to live long and healthy life? Include ten portions of fruits, veggies in your daily diet

Want to live long and healthy life? Include ten portions of fruits, veggies in your daily diet

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London: One should include 10 portions or 800 grammes of fruit and vegetables daily as it help reduce the risk of early deaths. Researchers said that eating ten portions of fruits and veggies may prevent approximately 7.8 million premature deaths worldwide every year. The results revealed that eating up to…

High-sugar diet can cause Alzheimer’s disease

High-sugar diet can cause Alzheimer’s disease

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New Delhi: A new study suggests eating too much sugar could lead to Alzheimer’s disease – establishing a link between excessive sugar in diets and a build-up of abnormal proteins in the brain. Researchers from the University of Bath and King’s College London claim that this is the first concrete…

This is what excess smartphone usage does to you

This is what excess smartphone usage does to you

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New Delhi: A new study has found that excess use of smartphone can make a person stressed. More than four out of five adults in the US (86 per cent) report that they often check their email, texts and social media accounts, according to a report by American Psychological Association…

Is your loved one depressed? This is what you can do

Is your loved one depressed? This is what you can do

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New Delhi: Depression is a serious mental condition that can happen to anyone. It is not a character weakness, but an illness that has severe impact on a person’s thoughts, behavior, feelings, and sense of well-being. The World Health Organisation (WHO) in its latest report has highlighted the alarming rise…

SpaceX Dargon cargo vehicle finally docks with International Space Station

SpaceX Dargon cargo vehicle finally docks with International Space Station

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Florida: SpaceX Dargon spacecraft carrying an unmanned cargo ship packed with food and supplies for astronauts has safely arrived at International Space Station (ISS) on Thursday. Dargon cargo vehicle is finally attached to the space station, after one day delay due to a GPS problem. NASA commentator said,’This time, the Dragon…

ISRO espionage case: SC to hear ex-scientist’s plea in April

ISRO espionage case: SC to hear ex-scientist’s plea in April

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New Delhi: The Supreme Court today decided to hear in April the plea of a former ISRO scientist, discharged in an espionage case, seeking action against former Kerala DGP Siby Mathews and others who had probed the matter. A bench headed by Dipak Misra fixed the matter for final disposal in…

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