Now, Sonali Bendre spotted pantyless
New Delhi, February 07 (ANI): It seems Sonali Bendre is following the current bandwagon where B-town girls are forgetting to wear the very important garment. Latest reports reveal that the glamorous actress, who adorned a short black mini dress, was spotted sans her panty at Karan Johar's recent MNIK bash at Mumbai. The actress could not escape the shutterbugs when she entered the premises in her car along with her sister-in-law, Shristi Arya and the Bachchan bahu, Aishwarya Rai. Meanwhile, Sonali appeared unfazed over the fuss.
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Rani Mukherjee calls for inclusion of women cricket in IPL
Mumbai, February 13 (ANI): After playing a smashing knock as a cricketer in Dil Bole Hadippa, Rani Mukherjee is now all set to espouse the cause of women cricket. While speaking at the book launch of Former Indian's women cricket team Anjum Chopra on Friday in Mumbai, Rani said it would be great if they get a chance to play the Indian Premier League.
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Rescued Somali Hostages say they were threatened, tortured
Mumbai, March 16 (ANI): Hostages rescued from Somali pirates spoke of their captivity on their return to Mumbai on Wednesday. The 13 hostages rescued from the Mozambique-flagged vessel Vega 5 on March 14 shared tales of horror, saying the pirates tortured the officers and threatened everyone with guns. The rescued hostages revealed that no proper medical facilities were provided, and the food was intolerable.
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Outrage over claims of Mahatma Gandhi being bisexual
Ahmedabad, March 29 (ANI): Reacting strongly to a new biography by Joseph Lelyveld that claims that Mahatma Gandhi was bisexual,Gandhi followers in Ahmedabad on Tuesday demanded strict action against the writer,also the Pulitzer prize-winning former New York Times executive editor.Lelyveld,quoting extract from a letter written by Gandhi,in his book Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and his struggle with India, hints on Gandhi having an affair with German-Jewish architect and bodybuilder Hermann Kallenbach.
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Chidambaram should also be accused in 2G scam: Swamy
Chennai, May 9 (ANI): Telecom Scam Petitioner Subramaniam Swamy has demanded that Home Minister P. Chidambaram should also be made an accused in the 2G-scam.While addressing media persons today at his Chennai Residence, the Janta Party President claimed that the then Finance Minister P. Chidambaram is equally involved in fixing up of low price of the 2G spectrum allotment with former Telecom Minister A. Raja and thus demanded his interrogation by the CBI Swamy added that Rajya Sabha Member and Karunanidhi’s daughter Kanimozhi needs to be interrogated in the case.
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Priyanka Chopra turns classic in her upcoming flim
New Delhi, May 29 (ANI): The Desi girl of Bollywood has now turned classic. The latest buzz in tinsel town is that Priyanka Chopra is gearing up to create the old charm in her upcoming film directed by Kunal Kohli. Piggy chops was seen on the sets of the film in Mumbai, in a pink fish cut lehenga, a short blouse and Mumtaz-style draped dupatta. She also sports the classic bouffant hairdo, complete with white flowers to add grace, something seen in the movies of 1970s.
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Hrithik's nod to Eros
Actor Hrithik Roshan is not one of those actors who have a bagful of films in hand at any point of time. Hrithik is known to be choosy and needs to be convinced about a character before he signs on the dotted line. Hrithik set the silver screen afire seven years ago with 'Kaho Na Pyar Hai'. However the actor has acted in a little over a dozen or so films in the time span which proves that he is really taking it slow but steady.
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Train Accident Update
Nijbari, Dec. 10 (ANI): Indian Railways have started an inquiry to ascertain the exact cause of the train accident caused by the derailment of the Delhi bound Brahmaputra Mail on December 10th. The Brahmaputra Mail, carrying passengers and soldiers from the troubled northeast jumped the rails near India's eastern Nijbari railway station, killing at least one and injuring over fifty.
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Tracking School Drop-Outs
Tamil Nadu, 11 Dec (ANI): Taking a stock of the rise in the rate of school dropouts, particularly in the rural areas, the Government of Tamil Nadu in association with several non-governmental organisations has launched a website to monitor and collect all relevant data about the students in Krishnagiri District. The website, www.back2school.in, has been designed with the support of the National Informatics Centre. The website also contains a detailed bio-data of each identified child along with his/her family details.
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Pak To Import Cotton From India
New Delhi, 14 Dec (ANI) : Pakistan has made way for the import of 500,000 short staple cotton bales from India to make up for a deficit in its domestic production. The decision was made in a meeting of the Economic Coordination Committee or ECC, in Islamabad under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Mohammedmian Somroo. According to the special secretary, Ashfaq Hassan of the Pakistan finance ministry, Pakistan's cotton mills have the capacity to handle 16 million bales per annum, while the total cotton production in the country is about 12 to 13 million bales
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Akshardham temple makes it to the Guinness Book
New Delhi, 26 DEC (ANI): The BAPS Swaminarayan Akshardham temple in Delhi has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for being the world's largest Hindu temple complex. A senior member of the Guinness World Record Main Management Committee presented the awards to Bochasanvasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sansthan or BAPS under two categories: Most Hindu temples consecrated by a single person and secondly, the world's largest comprehensive Hindu temple.
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Actor Salman Khan turns 42 today
New Delhi, Dec 27(ANI): Salman Khan is probably one of the very few stars who has had it lucky, ever since he stepped foot in the industry. Though Salman made his acting debut in a supportive role for the film Biwi Ho Toh Asi, but it was the super success of Maine Pyar kiya that made Salman what he is. 2007 was lucky for this Khan. His movie Partner received a blockbuster verdict and he even appeared in a Hollywood movie Mariegold. His upcoming films include God Tussi Great Ho and Wanted.
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Heavy security in Nairobi, as opposition prepares a rally
Nairobi/ US State 3 Jan (ANI) : Tensions are high in Nairobi as opposition leader Raila Odinga who vowed to defy police and hold a rally on the 3 of January. This convention comes forward to demand Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki to quit over a disputed election, which has sparked violence that has killed more than 300 people. US state department’s spokesman Sean McCormack, on the 2nd of January told reporters that Condoleezza Rice had already spoken to Odinga by telephone and that a call to Kibaki was being scheduled.
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Inmates seize control of Jalandhar jail
Jalandhar, Jan 7(ANI): Over 500 jail inmates have seized control of the central jail in India’s northern Jalandhar on January 7. Jalandhar central jail which houses more than 1300 prisoners was taken over by 500 prisoners, who tried to break free from the jail. The inmates of the Jail went on a rampage armed with iron rods and stones, setting afire the prison and pelting stones at the police officials, who opened fire to control the mob. The Police have surrounded the jail.
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Herbal ice creams are the flavour of the season
Rajkot, Jan 8 (ANI): Herbal ice creams have become the flavour of the season in Gujarat as people throng a parlour that has come out with some mouth-watering additives. An ice cream parlour in Rajkot is the first of its kind in the state to manufacture the herbal ice cream specially made from different herbal additives. People come from far and wide to get a taste of the herbal flavour, which is said to have medicinal value.
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Mulayam Singh’s brother slapped party protests
Lucknow, 9 Jan (ANI): Tension prevailed in Uttar Pradesh on January 9th after the state Police manhandled and then arrested Samajwadi Party leaders Akhilesh Yadav and Shivpal Yadav, on the evening of January 8th. Akhilesh is the son of former UP Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav, while Shivpal is Malayam’s brother. Trouble began when some college students were lathicharged for protesting against restrictions on the students union in the state by Mayawati Govt.
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Emraan might join the cast of Reshammiyas Karzz
New Delhi, 11 Jan (ANI): Actor Emraan Hashmi is in news again. And this time it has nothing to do with his kissing scenes but with the secret that singer turned actor Himesh Reshammiya has been trying to keep but which now seems to be out. Reports have revealed that the star cast of Reshammiya’s remake of the 1977 musical blockbuster ‘Karz’ might include serial kisser Emraan Hashmi. Hashmi has been roped up to play the role which Raj Kiran played in the original Karz.
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Women become engines of growth in Jharkhand
Jharkhand, Jan 13 (ANI): Women in Khawda village of India's northern Jharkhand state have set an example in self-reliance and have transformed the region through self help groups. Now, the village has schools, proper roads and all basic amenities. These self-help groups, formed with the help of an NGO, Women's Welfare Association, have slowly gained momentum and helped in women's upliftment, consequently leading to the development of the village.
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Blast in Sri Lanka kills 26 as truce ends
Moneragala District, Sri Lanka, Jan 16(ANI): A roadside bomb tore through a Sri Lankan bus killing 26 people and wounding dozens on January 16. The blast took place only hours after a 2002 cease-fire between the government and the Rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam or LTTE formally ended. The roadside bomb targeting a bus exploded at 7.40 a.m. about 150 miles from Colombo.
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Cricket fans react violently as BCCI drops Ganguly
Mumbai, Maharashtra, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Jan 21 (ANI): Indian selectors have dropped experienced batsman Saurav Ganguly for next month's triangular series in Australia, which also includes Sri Lanka. Reacting to Ganguly's exclusion from the team, fans in India's eastern Kolkata reacted violently and took to the streets. Commenting on the team's selection BCCI secretary Niranjan Shah said that the committee wanted a young side.
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