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Prince William's wife Kate gave birth to a baby boy on Monday, providing Britain's royal family with a future king in an event that had been anticipated around the world and Forty days after Narendra Modi took over as head of the BJP’s campaign committee, a battle plan — with the stamp of a clearthinking but micro-managing leader — is emerging out of the chaos that the party was even a couple of months ago. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more.

Britain hails William-Kate's royal baby, awaits its name
Prince William's wife Kate gave birth to a baby boy on Monday, providing Britain's royal family with a future king in an event that had been anticipated around the world, Kensington palace said. Crowds cheered and rushed towards the gates of Buckingham Palace as it was announced that the Duchess of Cambridge had produced a male heir weighing 8lbs 6oz (3.8 kilos).

Salman Khan, SRK hug: the after-effects
It’s been five years since the infamous fight between Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan at Katrina Kaif's birthday party. The incident divided Bollywood into two camps, and things have been tense between the Khans ever since, with each trying to avoiding the other at public appearances. But at MLA Baba Siddique’s Iftaar party on Sunday (July 21), both came face to face and then hugged.

How Modi plans to win voters and influence India
Forty days after Narendra Modi took over as head of the BJP’s campaign committee, a battle plan — with the stamp of a clearthinking but micro-managing leader — is emerging out of the chaos that the party was even a couple of months ago.
Once the rains cease, Modi will begin his “carpet-bombing”, addressing more than 400 rallies planned across the country so far. But even before that, he will surface on different platforms — digital or otherwise — to keep the momentum going.

Ranbir Kapoor to launch Besharam trailer at an orphanage
Ranbir Kapoor’s much-awaited project, Besharam, which is directed by Abhinav Singh Kashyap, has generated curiosity by bringing together the three Kapoors — Rishi, Neetu and Ranbir — in one film. And now we’ve been told that Ranbir, who plays an orphan in the film, will head to an orphanage to launch the film’s first theatrical trailer , which will be out next week.

 

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