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Hrithik Roshan rubbishes rumours of Rs. 400 crore alimony for Sussanne

Rubbishing media reports suggesting that Sussanne Roshan had demanded an alimony of Rs. 400 crore from her estranged husband, Hrithik Roshan tweeted, "Fabricated news articles. Demeaning my loved ones."

From Japan to US to Russia, Modi will speak in Hindi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to choose Hindi over English when he speaks to world leaders over the next few months and addresses the United Nations General Assembly at the end of September.

Natwar Singh drops book bomb, says Rahul made Sonia refuse PM job

Congress president Sonia Gandhi refused her party's offer to be the prime minister in May 2004 because her son Rahul 'put his foot down', former foreign minister K Natwar Singh has said. Poll: Do you trust Natwar Singh's allegations?

Ebola discoverer says 'would happily sit next to infected person on train'

The scientist who helped discover the Ebola virus said the outbreak in west Africa was unlikely to trigger a major epidemic outside the region, adding he would happily sit next to an infected person on a train.

CWG 2014: 4 Indian wrestlers settle for silver; women's hockey team crash out

India started the day with a possibility of four gold medals from wrestling with Satywart Kadian, B Bajrang, Lalita and Sakshi Malik reaching finals. But as the day progressed India’s hopes ran dry as all of them lost one-sided bouts to settle for silver.

Chicken could make you resistant to antibiotics, finds new study

A new study released by the Centre for Science and Environment said  'large-scale and indiscriminate' use of antibiotics in poultry industry might be 'strongly linked' to growing antibiotic resistance in Indians.

A billion dollar bet: Seven reasons why Flipkart is hot in the market

It is not really a coincidence when Amazon.com announces that it would invest $2 billion (Rs 12,000 crore) in India exactly a day after Flipkart announces it has raised a record $1 billion in the latest round of funding. Read: Amazon to invest $2 billion more in India

Bungalow that 'spells doom' for CMs: Harish Rawat refuses to move in

Official chief minister's residence on the New Cantonment Road in Dehradun lies vacant. Chief minister Harish Rawat operates from the state guest house which has been converted to his official residence. 

Linked in: Terror suspects call up Pakistan from jails in Bengal

Members of terror groups such as IM and LeT regularly make phone calls and video calls to associates outside, using applications such as Skype, to their counterparts in Pakistan, a source told HT.

Kick's blazing run continues, is the biggest grosser of the year with Rs. 127 crore

Kick's blazing run at the box office continues: With a net collection of Rs. 127.03 crore at domestic ticket windows, and another Rs. 18 crore overseas collection, the Salman Khan-starrer is all set to make its way to record books.

Ex-soldier's ear sliced off for refusing to shave off twirled moustache

Ramanuj Verma told the police that brothers Nanku Yadav and Bina Yadav stopped him, when he was on way to his native Kauriya village in Patna district on Monday evening. The duo allegedly told him he had no business to sport a twirled moustache.

Movies that hit theatres this weekend

Let Bollywood stars busy themselves collecting the box office spoils of their films or promote their upcoming flicks. There's enough to keep you occupied for this weekend and the week ahead. Here's a list of films slated to release this Friday.

Dealing with India’s right-wing cultural outrage machine

Books are getting pulped and authors are forced to rewrite; song lyrics change and films and art exhibition are being banned as the vigilantes use India's loosely worded hate-speech and blasphemy laws to muzzle cultural liberalism, writes Krittivas Mukherjee.

Four cubs born to white tigress at Nandankanan Zoo, one of them is black

The Nandankanan Zoo in Odisha capital Bhubaneswar has welcomed the birth of four cubs to five-year-old white tigress Sneha.

Saffronising education: Harsh Vardhan's sex education ban to Batra's books

In the past, the BJP accused school books being driven by 'Marxists'. With the NDA back in power, the Sangh Parivar is reported to have already set up a body to push the saffron agenda.
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