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10 August, 2018 3:46 PM Janhvi Kapoor: 'I Am Eternally Grateful To Karan Johar For Takht'

Janhvi Kapoor is part of Karan Johar next film Takht Janhvi Kapoor, who is basking in the success of her debut film Dhadak, has landed a role in Karan Johar's next Takht. Janhvi said she is "grateful" to Karan for the opportunity and is "blessed" to be part of the film, news agency PTI reported. "I am still in shock. It hasn't sunk in yet. It's a big deal for me. I am eternally 27

9 August, 2018 4:21 PM Pentagon in agreement to create 'Space Force' as sixth branch of US military

US President Donald Trump has asked the Pentagon to create a separate Army force to establish their command in space. The US Defence Secretary James Mattis has conveyed that Pentagon is in complete agreement with US President Donald Trump about considering space as a possible war-zone in the future. Pentagon is planning to establish a combatant command 34

6 August, 2018 3:17 AM TVS Motor Q1 preview: rural demand and exports could help it post 34% growth in net profit

As per the poll, revenue of the company is expected to come in at Rs 4,220 crore for the June quarter, a growth of 13 percent as compared to Rs 3,743 crore posted in the same quarter a year ago TVS Motor Company, the country’s fourth largest two-wheelers maker, is expected to post a double-digit growth in net profit during the June quarter led by strong 63

4 August, 2018 5:50 PM Fourth FIR registered against Mamata Banerjee in Assam for her 'civil war and bloodbath' speech

Banerjee had warned of violence in Assam if the issue was not resolved. GUWAHATI: Another FIR has been registered in Assam against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her speech warning of 'civil war and bloodbath' in the state over the National Registry of Citizens (NRC) issue. This is the fourth FIR that has been registered against her in the ongoing 66

3 August, 2018 2:41 PM Poisonous, Jellyfish-Like Marine Organism, Spotted At Goa's Baga Beach

A lifeguard agency has alerted the state Tourism Department and advised people not to venture into the sea. 'Portuguese-Man-Of-War', a venomous marine organism that resembles a jellyfish, has been spotted at Baga beach in Goa, a private lifeguard agency said today. The agency has alerted the state Tourism Department and advised people not to venture 32

3 August, 2018 2:28 PM "Don't Underestimate Trump": US After China Threatens Retaliatory Tariffs

US-China Trade War: The comments came shortly after Beijing threatened to impose retaliatory tariffs on another $60 billion in US exports, and possibly take other steps to respond to Trump's trade policies that have largely targeted China. A top White House economic adviser responded Friday to a new tariff threat from China, warning Beijing not to underestimate 59

2 August, 2018 5:36 PM Paltan: 'Dipika Kakar, You Are A Star,' Shoaib Ibrahim To Wife

TV actress Dipika Kakar is making her Bollywood debut with J P Dutta's war drama Paltan and husband Shoaib Ibrahim couldn't be more proud of her. Dipika plays Gurmeet Choudhary's wife in Paltan, who is one of the many actors in the film. The trailer of Paltan dropped by this afternoon and Shoaib made sure it was a special day for Dipika. "You are a star, the star of my life. You shine 43

1 August, 2018 8:40 AM Congress, TMC attack govt over NRC

The opposition Congress and Trinamool Congress today attacked the government in the Lok Sabha over the issue of Assam's National Register of Citizens, accusing it of attempting to polarise people and forcing them out of their land. Arpita Ghosh of the TMC referred to George Orwell's novel "1984" to snipe at the government, accusing it of carrying out surveillance 73

1 August, 2018 7:20 AM US says initial analysis shows remains provided by North Korea are likely American

More than 50 boxes handed over by North Korea last week appear to hold human remains from the 1950-1953 Korean War and are likely American, according to an initial forensic analysis, a U.S. official said on Wednesday. "There is no reason to doubt that they do relate to Korean War losses," John Byrd, a forensic anthropologist with the U.S. Department 33

1 August, 2018 4:51 AM Apple shares rise on pricey iPhones; no tariff impact yet

Apple made more money from higher priced iPhones in the latest quarter, even as the number of phones it sold did not change much. The sluggish unit growth means Apple is no longer the second-biggest smartphone maker behind Samsung. Huawei took that spot, research firm IDC said yesterday, with 54.2 million phones versus Apple's 41.3 million. The company's 42