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Hugh Bonneville deeply interested in India, Indian politics: Huma Qureshi

New Delhi:  Actress Huma Qureshi, who will be seen sharing screen space with Hugh Bonneville in Gurinder Chadha’s British-Indian historical drama film “Viceroy’s House”, says the British star is “deeply interested in India and Indian politics”. “Hugh is wonderful and of course, he is very talented. At the same time, he is very intelligent. Hugh is…

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Target me, not Delhi’s people, Kejriwal tells Modi

New Delhi:  Accusing the BJP and Congress of double standards, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday again took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of Parliamentary Secretaries, saying it was “legal” when they did it and “illegal” when his government did so. “I request Modiji with folded hands,” Kejriwal told the media, literally…

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Mainstream actors don’t take up relevant subjects: Kareena

New Delhi:  Having starred in commercially viable and entertaining movies like “Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…” and “Jab We Met”, actress Kareena Kapoor Khan says it’s a rarity for popular stars to take up movies on relevant subjects. But she agreed to do a “small special role” in “Udta Punjab” — a movie on Punjab’s drug menace…

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Coffee at ‘normal’ temperature won’t give you cancer: WHO

Washington:  Drinking coffee at “normal” temperature would not increase your risk of contracting cancer, says a new report by the World Health Organisation’s cancer research arm. The WHO classified coffee as a possible carcinogen in 1991, for its potential link to bladder cancer. Based on a review of more than 1,000 studies, the International Agency for…

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Clinical India whitewash Zimbabwe 3-0 in ODI series

Harare: India rode on a clinical all-round effort from the youngsters to trounce Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the third and final One-Day International (ODI) and complete a 3-0 clean sweep of the African minnows here on Wednesday. Chasing a paltry 124 at the Harare Sports Club, the men-in-blue rode on the new opening combination of…

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Hrishitaa Bhatt playing a ‘hatke’ widow in ‘Junooniyat’

Mumbai: Actress Hrishitaa Bhatt says her ‘hatke’ character in the film “Junooniyat” prompted her to agree to do a special appearance in the film. About her role in “Junooniyat”, Hrishitaa said in an interview, “It is very different; my character’s name is Mishti, a Bengali girl. While I am doing full-fledged roles, the hatke role prompted…

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Zareen Khan signed for Vikram Bhatt’s next

Mumbai:  Actress Zareen Khan has been roped in by filmmaker Vikram Bhatt for his upcoming horror film “1921”. “We’ve already signed Zareen Khan who brought in a certain amount of dignity to ‘Hate Story 3’,” Bhatt said in a statement. The film will revolve around students of music and will be set in a university town…

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My fantasy was to romance Madhubala in song: Rishi Kapoor

Mumbai: Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor says his fantasy was to romance late actress Madhubala in a song. The 63-year-old praised the “Mughal-E-Azam” actress’ beauty and style. “Why was I not born when Madhubala was there? My fantasy was to romance a song with her. Kya Ada Kya khubsoorti Kya…” he tweeted. Madhubala starred in classics like…

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Gopal Rai quits as Delhi transport minister

New Delhi:  AAP leader Gopal Rai said on Tuesday he had quit as Delhi’s Transport Minister on health grounds but denied it had anything to do with corruption charges hurled at him. After the transport portfolio was handed over to Health Minister Satyendra Jain, Rai met officials of the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) and Lt. Governor Najeeb…

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Stop judging films without viewing them: Shahid

Mumbai:  Shahid Kapoor’s controversial film “Udta Punjab” is finally set for this Friday release, and the actor has urged everyone to stop judging films without watching them. “Stop judging the films and characters after seeing one-minute promo. It’s a two and half hour film. If you feel any credibility in people sitting out here, please wait…

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