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I don’t speak about my personal life: Arjun Rampal on his proximity to Sussanne

The latest rumour is that Mehr Jesia-Rampal (Arjun’s wife) and Sussanne’s friendship has soured because of him. Amid fresh rumours dragging him back into the Hrithik Roshan-Sussanne Khan split, the actor explains why he’s been avoiding the media.

DDA draw over: All you need to know about 25,000 flats on offer

The DDA 2014 housing scheme has 25,034 flats on offer. The highest conventration of flats is in Rohini Sector 34 and Sector 35 and Dwarka Sector 23-B. Many flats are also located in Jasola, Vasant Kunj, Mukherjee Nagar, Kalyan Vihar and Motia Khan.

Kathak legend Sitara Devi dies in Mumbai: PM Modi, Big B condole death on Twitter

Sitara Devi, a Kathak legend, is known as a pioneering force in bringing the genre to Bollywood. She is the recipient of prestigious awards like Sangeet Natak Akademi Award, Padma Shri and Kalidas Samman.

Tracing the early years: How Jazz made its way to India

From saxophone legend Sonny Rollins' visit to Powai to study yoga at the mission run by Swami Chinmayananda to how jazz made an impression in Bollywood and more will be displayed at the Jazz in India exhibition hosted by the India International Centre.

Email ID hacked: Rs. 1.13 cr withdrawn from NRI's account

A Canada-based NRI has lost Rs. 1.13 crore from his account with a bank in Manipal after hackers made their way into his e-mail account and got the money transferred to two of their accounts overseas, according to a complaint lodged with the police.

In Seoul, Tagore's lamp is still lit by a Korean poetess and author

Kim Yang-shik’s eyes sparkled behind those stylish glasses while talking about the letter she received from Shantiniketan’s Visva-Bharati university earlier this year.

Cambridge puts Sanskrit, Darwin's evolution theory papers online

The origins of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution – including the pages where he first coins and commits to paper the term ‘natural selection’ – were made available free online from Monday in one of the most significant releases of Darwin material in history.

Leopards know how to share space with humans: Study

A leopard spotted close to a human settlement is likely to be a ‘resident’ animal and may not have necessarily strayed as is commonly thought, revealed an international study of the first-ever GPS-collared leopards in India.

Six years after 26/11, Pakistan not keen on nailing culprits: Ujjwal Nikam

Ujjwal Nikam, the special public prosecutor in the 26/11 attack case, opens up for the first time on his hush-hush visit to Pakistan where he discovered that they were only going through the motions in trying the masterminds.

Youth from Mumbai who joined ISIS alive, wants to return home

A 23-year-old Indian youth from Kalyan near Mumbai thought to have died three months ago fighting for the Islamic State is alive and wants to be rescued, his father has told the National Investigation Agency.

Aamir Khan's Rancho in 3 Idiots was based on me: Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra said that the character of Ranchoddas Shamaldas Chanchad in 3 Idiots has been inspired from his life. He was interacting with the delegates in the NFDC's Film Bazaar at the ongoing IFFI 2014.

Murli Deora: A leader who charmed one and all

For the two-plus decades that he was Mumbai’s Congress president, if chief ministers Vasantdada Patil and Sharad Pawar were known as the uncrowned kings of Maharashtra, Deora clearly ruled the roost in Mumbai.

Bengaluru: Women in car harassed, caught on camera

In a nightmarish experience caught on camera, five women sitting in a car were stalked and harassed by unidentified men in the heart of the city, with their screams for help going unnoticed.

I do what I believe in, says Virat Kohli

Arrogant, brash, or bad boy; Virat Kohli says he doesn't seem to operate by anyone else's rules, doesn't give a damn about labels; and adds that the kiss blown towards his girlfriend in the stands wasn't impulsive.

Mahabharata focus of India’s first Twitter fiction book

After narrating the many twists and turns in the epic Mahabharata through 140-word tweets over four years, an Indian academic based at a British university is coming out with India’s first Twitter fiction book next month: ‘Epic Retold’, merging new media with the old.

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