| 2012 | January | 30

  • Rajesh Khanna leaves nothing for Dimple Kapadia in his property

    Mumbai, July 30 (): Rajesh Khanna, Bollywood’s first superstar, who passed away a few days back, has left behind a huge property, which according to his will has nothing for his separated wife Dimple Kapadia after his demise. Rajesh Khanna popularly known as ‘Kaka’ has written all his property to his two daughters Twinkle Khanna…

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  • Olympic ceremony gate crasher is an Indian student from Bangalore

    London, July 30 (): The unknown woman who gate-crashed the London Olympics opening ceremony to lead the Indian contingent’s march past has found to be a Bangalore girl, Honey Madhura, who said she was following the rules. The 27-year-old Madhura Nagendra, who has been known as “Madhura Honey,” is a postgraduate student from Bangalore. She…

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  • Anna on a fast unto death till govt passes Lokpal

    New Delhi, July 30 (): Social activist Anna Hazare on Sunday started his indefinite hunger strike against corruption in New Delhi and termed that he is not going to end the fast till the government fulfils for a strong Jan Lokpal Bill. Three Team Anna members Arvind Kejriwal, Manis Sisodia and Gopal Rai including 350…

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  • Ajith to do a cameo with Sridevi in English Vinglish

    Mumbai, July 30 (): Ajith will be seen performing a cameo role in the Tamil version of Sridevi’s much awaited film English Vinglish, directed by Gauri Shinde, wife of R.Balki. The main scenes of English Vinglish would be the same in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi versions, except the ‘man who travels with Sridevi in the…

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  • Stressful jobs making us age prematurely

    London, July 30 (ANI): Finnish researchers have confirmed that a stressful job could make us old and sick before time. Led by Kirsi Ahola of the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, the researchers measured the length of DNA sections called telomeres and how the lengths varied in association with job stress and found that people…

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  • Blackcurrant `very good` for health

    London, July 30 (ANI): The humble blackcurrant could be the key to beating heart disease, a new study has revealed. The berry is full of potent antioxidants, which have been proven to help slash the risk of heart attacks, stroke and heart failure. Professor Michael Aviram led the research at the Rambam Medical Centre in…

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