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Don’t know what’s happening with ‘Student of the Year 2’: Disha

Mumbai: Actress Disha Patani says she is notsure about her casting in Karan Johar’s next home production “Student of the Year” 2. Karan has

Would like to adapt TV show “Brothers & Sisters”: Ekta Kapoor

Mumbai: Producer Ekta Kapoor says if she hadto adapt any American television drama for the Indian audience, it would be hit series “Brothers &

Still a challenge for women in entertainment industry: JLo

Los Angeles: Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez, who has been a prominent figure in the entertainment industry for over two decades, feels the times are still

‘Phillauri’ makers recover Rs 12 crore pre-release

Mumbai: The makers of Anushka Sharma and Diljit Dosanjh starrer “Phillauri” have already recovered Rs 12 crore from satellite and music rights

Yogi orders closure of slaughter houses, bans cow smuggling

Lucknow:In keeping with the BJP’s manifesto,Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today directed police officials to prepare an action plan for

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Abraham & Thakore don’t believe in having showstoppers

New Delhi: Ace fashion designers David Abraham and Rakesh Thakore, who believe in the power of sustainable fashion, have not had a showstopper in any of their

Salman, Katrina ‘back together’

Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan is happy to be “back together” with actress Katrina Kaif to shoot a song for upcoming film “Tiger Zinda

Big B takes a dig at Aussie media for comparing Kohli to Trump

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has slammedAustralian media for comparing Indian skipper Virat Kohli to US President Donald Trump. The Daily Telegraph on

Seven of family killed in accident

Burdwan (WB): Seven members of a familywere killed today when the car they were travelling in was hit by a tanker on the National Highway-2 near Tezganj in

Women are labelled as bossy if they are in control: Zoya

Mumbai: Filmmaker Zoya Akhtar says peopleare quick to label a woman as “bossy” if she is leading a team. The 44-year-old filmmaker believes people

Lara to play a single mother in her next

Mumbai: Actress Lara Dutta Bhupathi andVinay Pathak are reuniting for her second home production film in which she will essay the role of an NRI single mother.

NASA prepares ‘futuristic’ clock for space

Washington:In a key advance for safely navigating future human exploration of the solar system, NASA said it is set to send its next-generation atomic clock to

2 Indians jailed for smuggling foreign nationals into US

Washington:Two Indians have been sentencedto 17 months in prison by a federal court for their roles in smuggling foreign nationals into the US, the Department

600 mn kids will face extreme water shortage by 2040

United Nations:Nearly 600 million children, one in four worldwide, will live in areas with extremely limited water resources by 2040, according to a UN report.

‘Zootopia’ lawsuit claims Disney stole idea from Gary Goldman

Los Angeles, Mar 22 (PTI) Disney is facing a lawsuit alleging that Oscar-winning animation film “Zootopia” was copied from the work of author Gary

80% of world’s wastewater discharged without treatment’

Johannesburg:About 80 per cent of the world’s wastewater is discharged into the environment without any treatment, said a UN report released on Wednesday

New ‘tree-on-a-chip’ device may help power small robots

Boston: Engineers at MIT have designed amicrofluidic ‘tree-on-a-chip’ device which mimics the pumping mechanism of trees and plants, and could be

Doctors cure first patient with rare blood disorder

New York: Doctors have cured a patient with rare blood disorder in which the patient’s body did not produce enough red blood cells that could have caused

Smartphone app may detect Zika, dengue in 30 minutes

Washington:Researchers including one ofIndian origin have developed a new smartphone-controlled, battery-operated diagnostic device that costs just USD 100 and

Pakistan, India to hold high-level water talks in US

Islamabad: Following the intervention of the US and the World Bank, India and Pakistan will be returning to the negotiating table over the disputed hydropower