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Shilpa Shinde wins the Bigg Boss Season 11

Mumbai, Jan 15: Bhabhiji famed television actress Shilpa Shinde won the reality show Bigg Boss 11 on Sunday. She gave a tough fight to actress and co-contestant Hina Khan. From social media to her friends in the industry, everyone flooded messages mentioning how they want Shilpa to win the show. After over three months long battle inside the house, four participants made it to the grand finale - Shilpa Shinde, Hina Khan, Puneesh Sharma and Vikas Gupta. Host Salman Khan announce

Pawan Hans chopper with 7 crashes off Mumbai, 3 bodies found

  Mumbai, Jan 14: A Pawan Hans helicopter with at least five ONGC officials and two pilots on board crashed shortly after take-off from Juhu Airport here on Saturday. In a massive sea and aerial search operation launched by the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and other agencies, three bodies were found besides some parts of the crashed chopper. ICG ship Agrim, managed to recover three bodies from the Arabian Sea, including one of a passenger named Pankaj Garg, while the search co

India begins countdown to launch 31 satellites on today

Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh), Jan 12: India began countdown early Thursday for launching 31 satellites in a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from its spaceport here, said the space agency. "The 28-hour countdown began at 5.29 a.m. in the mission control here for the rocket launch at 9.28 a.m. on today," said the state-run Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on its website. The spaceport Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota High Altitude Range (SDSC-SHAR) is

CBSE Board exams to be conducted from March 5

New Delhi, Jan 10: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct its annual examinations of Classes X and XII from March 5. The CBSE class X examinations, in which 16,38,552 students are expected to appear, would end on April 4. Class XII annual examinations, for which 11,86,144 students are expected to appear, would go on till April 12. While the first exam in class X is of the subject Information and Communication Technology, class XII students will be appearin

Breaking: Mukhtar Ansari, wife suffer a major heart attack

New Delhi, Jan 9: According to the latest news pouring in on Mukhtar Ansari, fondly called Tipu, who is lodged in the Bana jail, has suffered a massive heart attack. Not just him, even his wife who was in jail to meet her husband also suffered a massive heart attack when she saw her husband in a poor health. This was a unique sequence of events when one mishap followed the other mishap. According to latest reports, the jail authorities are taking the couple to Lucknow for immedi

Injured weightlifter dies, toll reaches 5 in Narela accident

New Delhi, Jan 8: The death toll in the Sunday morning road accident near Delhi-Haryana border involving six national-level weightlifters climbed to five after one of the two seriously injured sportsmen died at the AIIMS here. Saksham Yadav died in the evening at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) trauma centre here. Yadav, 28, had won a gold medal in the 2017 weightlifting championship for India.  Another weightlifter, Rohit, 19, is battling for life. 

Alibaba will make you chat now

New Delhi, Jan 15: In a bid to disrupt the growing enterprise chat and collaboration app market in India, Alibaba-owned platform DingTalk on Monday unveiled an English version that caters to the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The English version of the app, also available in Malaysia, is the first concerted push outside of China since launching three years ago.  Over five million enterprises and organisations in China are already using the Chinese version. 

India is 30th on World Economic Forum manufacturing index

Geneva, Jan 14: The World Economic Forum (WEF) on Sunday ranked India at the 30th position on a global manufacturing index, five places below China, but higher than the other BRICS members Brazil, Russia and South Africa. Releasing its Global Manufacturing Index here on Sunday, WEF said Japan topped the rankings in its "Readiness for the future of production report" on the basis of developing the best structure of production. Japan is followed by South Korea, Germany, Sw

6.0 magnitude earthquake hits Myanmar

Yangon, Jan 12: An earthquake of 6.0 magnitude hit Myanmar's Bago region in the early hours of Friday, the Meteorology and Hydrology Department said. The epicenter was 27.3 km west-southwest of Phyu city in Bago region. It was also followed by two shallow 5.3-magnitude aftershocks within a few minutes, Xinhua quoted a statement from the Myanmar Earthquake Committee as saying. The earthquake was felt across the country including Yangon, Taungoo, Phyu, Pyi and Nay Pyi Taw cit

Elon Musk's secret space is shivering

New York, Jan 8: SpaceX began the new year with a mystery-shrouded mission to deliver a government spacecraft, called Zuma, into orbit, the media reported. After more than a month of delays, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket vaulted toward the skies at 8 p.m. on Sunday with the secretive payload. It launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, reports CNN. The space exploration firm, which is headed by Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk, had initially scheduled the Zuma mission last

#Breaking-Whatsapp Down: Here's What Happened

  Whatsapp service down for many users across the world for a while. Users are not able to connect with each other. According to various news sources, Whatsapp encountered a technical error which resulted in a global breakdown of the app.   

Viswanathan Anand third in World Blitz Chess; Carlsen wins the title

    Chennai, Dec 30: Two days after he won the World Rapid Chess Championship, Indian chess Grand Master (GM) and five time World Champion Viswanathan Anand on Saturday established again that he is a force to reckon with third position at the King Salman FIDE World Blitz Championship at Riyadh.     IANS

Sex is addicted to Christmas!

New York, Dec 23: Interest in "sex" or other sexual terms in online searches rises significantly during Christmas festivities, with more births nine months later, an interesting study has revealed. It's often wryly observed that birth rates peak in September, with many studies citing seasonal changes in human biology to explain this post-holiday "baby boom." But new research from scientists at Indiana University (IU) and the Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia in Po

128 countries, including India, vote to reject US decision on Jerusalem

NEW DELHI: UN General Assembly today voted, 128-9, in favour of the UN resolution to declare the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital "null and void". India voted in favour of the UNGA resolution rejecting US President Donald Trump's proposal to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.