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Nawazuddin promoted ‘Babumoshai Bandookbaaz’ at IIFA 2017

Nawazuddin promoted ‘Babumoshai Bandookbaaz’ at IIFA 2017

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The city of New York was filled with stars from our Bollywood fraternity last week and gave a chance for the Indian fans back in USA to watch their favourite stars in action!  Nawazuddin Siddiqui who was present at the star-studded event took a chance to entertain everyone with his…

Yami Gautam becomes the ambassador for her most favourite cheat food!

Yami Gautam becomes the ambassador for her most favourite cheat food!

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Yami Gautam will be seen endorsing a fast food chain in North India specialising in Pizzas.  Yami Gautam, who hails from North India herself and is a popular name there too was an appropriate choice for the owners.  Also, Yami has expressed on multiple occasions how big a foodie she…

Aamir Khan spends time with family on a vacation in Italy!

Aamir Khan spends time with family on a vacation in Italy!

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Aamir Khan has completed his shooting schedule in Malta for his upcoming film ‘Thugs Of Hindostan’ The superstar has taken off for a quiet holiday in Italy with his wife Kiran Rao and son Azad Rao Khan.  Aamir has been spending some quality time with them for the last few weeks.…

India among 10 nations accounting for more than 95% of new HIV infections: UN

India among 10 nations accounting for more than 95% of new HIV infections: UN

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United Nations: India, China and Pakistan are among the 10 countries that accounted for more than 95 per cent of all new HIV infections in the Asia and the Pacific region in 2016, according to a UN report. The report by the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS, ‘Ending AIDS: Progress…

Some people may be genetically programmed to be depressed

Some people may be genetically programmed to be depressed

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Washington DC: It’s a sombre thought, but it seems that some of us are born more likely to be depressed. A University of Central Florida study found that a gene variant, thought to be carried by nearly 25 percent of the population, increases the odds of getting the blues. People with…

Three pillars for longer life span have been established! – Know what they are

Three pillars for longer life span have been established! – Know what they are

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New Delhi: Avoiding cigarette-smoking, maintaining a healthy weight and saying no to alcohol are the ideal practices and habits one needs to adopt in order to live a healthy life. These three pillars of a good lifestyle have been further established by a study, which says that people whose lifestyle…

ISS becomes first ‘off planet’ addition to Google Maps

ISS becomes first ‘off planet’ addition to Google Maps

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New Delhi: The International Space Station (ISS) has become the first off planet addition to Google Maps. Google said that it hopes and aims to inspire the people to further see the science and engineering involved in space exploration.  This is the first time when annotations like pop-up text descriptions…

NASA eyes solar eclipse to understand Earth’s energy system

NASA eyes solar eclipse to understand Earth’s energy system

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New York: In a bid to learn more about Earth’s energy system, scientists at NASA are planning to explore the moon’s eclipse of the sun, the space agency said in a statement. With the help of an advanced 3-D radiative transfer computer model, the scientists are working to simulate the…

ISRO’s PSLV is much more than a satellite vehicle – It’s a ‘money-making machine’

ISRO’s PSLV is much more than a satellite vehicle – It’s a ‘money-making machine’

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New Delhi: Indian Space Research Organisation’s historic Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle famous for launching numerous satellites into the orbit has eventually developed into a money-making machine for the Indian space agency. Apart from the credit of exemplary launches of satellites that it carries on its ‘rock solid’ shoulders, which has…

Pakistan SC to vet ‘evidence’ against Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan SC to vet ‘evidence’ against Nawaz Sharif

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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Supreme Court, hearing the Panama Papers case against Nawaz Sharif and his family, said that it would decide whether to disqualify the PM or send the matter to an accountability court after examining all the “leaked” material. Sharif ‘s counsel Khwaja Harris began arguments objecting the findings…

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