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14 March, 2015 9:28 AM Grab opportunities; buy first, research later: Jhunjhunwala

There may be a scope to debate on who is India’s second-best investor, but there is no doubt on who the best investor is. India’s ace investor big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala says he came to the market in 1985, but his first forward trade was in 1988. At the LSE Conference, he tells students it is normal to be very tentative when you just start life. "When 20

7 March, 2015 12:38 PM Salman Khan, Sunny Leone and the Bachchans enjoy Holi; but why is Katrina Kaif sulking?

And we’ll tell you exactly why we’re saying that. It’s been a good weekend of Holi for Bollywood. Gossip Gals have had so much to share and still catch up on Bollywood. Talking about Salman Khan, Sunny Leone and Deepika Padukone, the girls had a relaxed lunch on Saturday by the poolside at the new JW Marriott hotel in Mumbai near Sahar International 191

5 March, 2015 6:52 AM Anil Kumble is one of my big heroes, says R Ashwin

Perth, Mar 5: India's offspinner R Ashwin today said former captain and legspinner Anil Kumble is one of his "big heroes" and admired him for succeeding all the time in tough situations. Recently, Kumble praised Ashwin as a "fantastic cricketer" and revealed he saw a lot of himself in the tall spinner from Tamil Nadu. "I see a lot of myself in Ashwin 29

4 March, 2015 12:23 AM Tribeca Film Festival showcases movies about 'everyday life'

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Feature films from 31 countries, many of them about the struggles of everyday life and featuring stars such as Richard Gere, James Franco and Dakota Fanning will be screened at the 14th Tribeca Film Festival.More than 6,200 films, from countries ranging from Costa Rica and Iceland to Albania and South Africa, were submitted for the festival 19

2 March, 2015 10:36 AM Farhan Akhtar posts beautiful pictures of Kashmir on Twitter during shoo for Wazir

Farhan Akhtar is busy shooting for his upcoming film, Bejoy Nambiar’s Wazir, in Kashmir. He took time off from shooting to admire the beauty of Srinagar and posted pictures on Twitter. Farhan Akhtar tweeted, ”Good morning all… It’s snowing. It’s cold. But it’s too beautiful to not share. #twitterpetohbantahai.” Farhan Akhtar went through intense training 5

1 March, 2015 5:24 PM Virat Kohli will bring purpose to Indian captaincy, believes Kim Hughes

Perth, Mar 1: Former Australia skipper Kim Hughes is not a great fan of Mahendra Singh Dhoni‘s leadership style and feels that Virat Kohli‘s elevation to captaincy should not only be in Tests but also across all formats to bring in more purpose to the top job. “Much as I admire Dhoni as a player, I have found him letting the game drift at times across 22

1 March, 2015 4:32 PM Kohli brings in more purpose as captain: Kim Hughes

Former Australia skipper Kim Hughes is not a great fan of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s leadership style and feels that Virat Kohli’s elevation to captaincy should not only be in Tests but also across all formats to bring in more purpose to the top job. “Much as I admire Dhoni as a player, I have found him letting the game drift at times across formats especially 36

27 February, 2015 12:08 PM Spurs need repeat performance to win Cup, says Pochettino

By Ken FerrisLONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur must reproduce their "nearly perfect" Premier League performance against Chelsea to beat their London rivals in the League Cup final on Sunday, manager Mauricio Pochettino has said.Spurs beat Jose Mourinho's side 5-3 on New Year's Day at White Hart Lane to deflate the league leaders, who have not fired 20

23 February, 2015 1:44 PM All eyes on her

Ever since she made her debut in Malayalam cinema, it has been going great guns for actor Aishwarya Devan. Now, as her latest Tamil movie Anekan with Dhanush gears up for a release in Telugu as Anekudu, the actress is gung-ho. “The movie got great reviews in Tamil. I hope it garners the same kind of response from the Telugu audience,” she says excitedly 44

22 February, 2015 9:09 AM Phil Camp: Capturing the best of IAF with pure devotion

Bengaluru, Feb 22: Phil Camp first shot the photo of a flying machine when he was 16 years old. It was at the Oxford Airport, in 1973. "Well, it as a Bollow 105 helicopter," recalls Phil, one of the world's leading aviation photo-journalists, when OneIndia caught up with him for an interaction at Aero India 2015. At 57 years now, Phil seems to have lost some hair, but not his passion 44