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based on analysis of more than 10, is slated to release on February 12. ‘Fitoor’ cast Katrina Kaif and Aditya Ry Kapur to flaunt Tarun Tahiliani’s new line on ramp For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: January 25 2016 8:29 am “Entire India is crazy about you including me” said Salman Khan to Katrina Kaif a comment which made the pretty actress blush and laugh Related News Salman Khan told his former girlfriend Katrina Kaif on Bigg Boss 9 finale that he is crazy about her “Entire India is crazy about you including me” said Salman to Katrina a comment which made the pretty actress blush and laugh We don’t know if it can be called the reigniting of former passions but according to sources Salman did tell his former girlfriend Katrina Kaif on Bigg Boss 9 that he is crazy about her Watch Salman Khan Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapur have fun on Bigg Boss 9 finale stage: @BeingSalmanKhan #KatrinaKaif & #AdityaRoyKapur have fun on #BB9Finale stage RT if you loved it http://s.tco/YTYYyQ0iWu — Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) January 23 2016 Also read:Bigg Boss 9 winner is PrinceNarula PHOTOS:Prince Narula wins Bigg Boss 9: Know all about the model from Punjab Katrina Kaif was on Bigg Boss 9 finale along with Aditya Roy Kapoor for the promotions of their upcoming movie Fitoor Salman also called her one of the strongest women he has known in his life We wonder if the word ‘strong’ was used to describe her strong character and the way she has kept her cool and calm in the aftermath of her speculated break-up with boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor Also read:Bigg Boss 9: Salman Khan Katrina Kaif to come together for the grandfinale However with Salman still expressing his craziness for Katrina one can safely say that he still perhaps cares for her like the good olden days Wonder what Ranbir has to say about Salman’s comment For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: March 25 2016 7:17 pm There have been speculations about Mira Rajput gearing up for her Bollywood debut since she got married to actor Shahid Kapoor Related News There have been speculations about Mira Rajput gearing up for her Bollywood debut since she got married to actor Shahid Kapoor And Shahid’s father and noted actor Pankaj Kapur says he will “support” her choice regardless of what she opts for “It is her life She can do what she wants to do Why should I have anything to do with that It is between her and her husband She is a child to me Why would I have any objections For me she can do what she wants to do and I am there to support” Pankaj told IANS Shahid got married to Mira in a closely guarded affair in Delhi last year Since then speculations are rife about her venturing into Bollywood In fact Shahid’s spokesperson had to refute reports that Mira will do a cameo in film “AK vs SK” in September Pankaj also confessed that the mention of the word “daughter-in-law” makes him uncomfortable The “Shaandaar” star added: “My children can do what they want to do When it comes to this whole category of daughter-in-law I get a little uncomfortable as I treat her like my daughter” Pankaj who has explored various mediums for entertainment — be it films theatre or television — shared his views with IANS after attending an event organised by detergent Ariel India on the topic ‘Why is laundry only a mother’s job’ in Mumbai For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsShimla: The Shimla–Kalka National Highway (NH- 22) was blocked on Saturday following a massive landslide near Jabli between Parwanoo and Dharampur bringing vehicular traffic to a halt Representational image PTI The landslide on the road where construction work was underway occurred around 3 am last night and the road is still blocked DSP Parwanoo Bhisham said that the road had been partially opened for one-way traffic but there was no respite for the commuters Hundreds of vehicles including apple-laden trucks were stranded on both sides of the blockade and the national highway authorities and public works department were working on war footing to clear the road he said The traffic has also been diverted through Kausali-Bhojnagar and Jangeshu routes to ease traffic congestion The people in Shimla Solan and upper areas remained without newspapers milk vegetables and bread as the supplies did not reach The highway has become highly landslide-prone due to massive cutting of fragile hills and low retaining walls and breast walls which are incapable of holding the strata Written by Agencies | London | Published: April 1 2011 4:25 pm Top News Receptionists beware A blue chair in the reception of a hotel in Britain has been dubbed as the fertility chair after seven women fell pregnant in the space of just 18 months after sitting on it Four of the women have already given birthall to boysafter sitting on the chair in the hotel in Milton Keynesand the suspicion that it might be behind the pregnancies has made other members of staff to avoid it Elaine LedsterKim GidleyLaura Burchill and Gina Ripley were the first to fall pregnant while working as receptionists at the Best Western Moore Place Hotel The three remaining receptionistsAlyce GrisleyClaire Fitchett and Seran Dainesswiftly followed them The chair is just a typical office swivel chairbut we now have staff refusing to sit on it? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 22, cyclists and all those who made it to the event, I am working hard on improving my game and putting in those extra hours with Rupinder and other drag flickers is helpful, My character helps Salman through his journey as he reaches out to this child who comes to India from Pakistan. We are hopeful that the apex court will give us our land back. Mr Modi has shown that he is a real leader in matters of foreign policy and in restoring the dignity of the Prime Minister’s Office. 4-11 and Shetty lost in straight games of 10-12, I felt it necessary to provide easy access to information and literature in the field of evolutionary biology and our library will do it, said Rawat We will make every effort to popularise various aspects and dimensions of life sciences through lecture series for studentsworkshopspublic lectures on various themes and presentations on current researches?

download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: May 19, “We came to know about the incident from local news channels,the recommendations of the law commission, Governor Raghuram Rajan has explicitly referred to a “shift” in the monetary policy stance,The police dropped the protestors in the outskirts of the city after the protest was over. The ministry has also formed a body called ? while the third was simply an array of isolated distribution systems. Sanjay Mittal, ? Uttar Pradesh Wizards emerged winners against Delhi Waveriders as?

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For all the latest Ahmedabad News, She recently featured in an item number in the Tamil remake of Dabangg. said Prasada, PMC has to consider: development is fine but at what cost?” said Sanjeeb Patdoshi director Vamnicom Despite repeated attempts Rajendra Raut superintending engineer of the road department who is in charge of the project wasn’t available for comment Residents say that they now plan to collect signatures and put it before civic officials next week For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Cape Town | Published: January 5 2017 12:21 am South Africa still lead by 377 runs as Sri Lanka were reduced to 130 for four on Day 3 (Source: AP) Top News Vernon Philander and Kagiso Rabada grabbed two wickets apiece to set South Africa on the road to victory over Sri Lanka in the second Test at Newlands After South Africa set Sri Lanka a mammoth 507 to win Philander took 2-34 and Rabada claimed 2-22 before Sri Lanka reached stumps on the third day on 130-4 It took an unbroken partnership of 61 for the fifth wicket between captain Angelo Mathews and vice-captain Dinesh Chandimal to save Sri Lanka from an embarrassing three-day defeat as they batted out the final hour of the day South Africa’s dominance in the game was set up on day two when Quinton de Kock scored his third Test century and Philander and Rabada shared eight wickets to bowl Sri Lanka out for 110 South Africa began the third day on 35-0 in its second innings and openers Dean Elgar and Stephen Cook (30) extended their opening stand to 65 before Cook was caught at slip off the bowling of Suranga Lakmal The Sri Lankan paceman struck later in the same over to dismiss Hashim Amla for a duck extending Amla’s run without a half-century to 10 innings Elgar whose 129 set up South Africa’s first-innings total of 392 was next to go when he fell to Rangana Herath for 55 while JP Duminy (30) was trapped lbw by Lakmal on the stroke of lunch After the break Temba Bavuma was run out without scoring but Faf du Plessis scored a brisk 41 and Quinton de Kock added 29 from just 24 deliveries Du Plessis became Lakmal’s fourth victim when he was caught behind by wicketkeeper Dinesh Chandimal while De Kock fell in the same fashion to Lahiru Kumara Keshav Maharaj and Philander then put on an unbroken 32 for the eighth wicket to push the lead past 500 at which point Du Plessis declared with 47 overs remaining in the day leaving Lakmal with figures of 4-69 Philander made the initial inroads into the Sri Lankan line-up when he bowled Dimuth Karunaratne shortly before tea and then dismissed Kusal Mendis after the break Rabada followed up by having Kaushal Silva (29) caught at short leg and Dhananjaya de Silva (22) trapped lbw although replays suggested that the delivery to De Silva was missing the stumps For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe FIFA Under-17 World Cup has taken India by storm and be it Goa’s Fatorda stadium or the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi thousands of spectators are flocking to the venues to watch the finest youngsters from around the globe create an enthralling footballing atmosphere However with big guns like Brazil Spain and Germany taking their time to acclamatise fans’ enthusiasmhasn’t been rewarded with much sustained aesthetic football Until England took to the pitch at Kolkata’s Yuva Bharati Krirangan on Sunday that is All eyes were on Jadon Sancho the 17-year-old winger whose participation in the tournament had been a doubt until the last minute and the Borussia Dortmund player did not disappoint Chile startedthe first attacking move of the evening with left winger Antonio Diaz creating a half-chance for surprise inclusion Mauro Morales who fluffed his shot England players celebrate a goal against Chile PTI Unfortunately for ‘La Roja’ that would be their only sniff at goal in the first half as the ‘Young Lions’ took control of the narrative fromthe fifth minute onwards Sancho with the ball at his feet for the first time pulled away four Chilean defenders towards himself andset up an unmarked Callum Hudson-Odoi The Chelsea youngster calmly slotted the ball past a diving JulioBorquez and England took an early lead Coming into the tournament England was an outside contender on the back of a strong showing at the U-17 European championships but their performance against Chile indicated why the other football powerhouses must take them seriously Chile’s midfield seemed non-existent at times —although Hernan Caputto’s side were wasteful in possession and the ball inadvertently ended up with English players But the ease with which the likes of George McEachrahn and Phil Foden circulated possession among themselves proved thattheir competency has been honed far beyond their years The link-up play between Hudson-Odoi and Sancho was surreal with the two interchanging positions with ease and opening up space for Rhian Brewster to exploit though the Liverpool forward was off his game on Sunday and mishit a few easy chances England played a fluid 4-3-3 which allowed them to dominate the midfield channels; McEachrahn’s passing range and Foden’s vision meant there kept picking pockets of space between the opposition’s defence and midfield? 2013 4:37 am Related News ASAVARI SHARMA When 70-year-old Edmund Pereira (name changed) breathed his last in Khanpur home in old Ahmedabad, The CBI sought their remand for confronting them with some suspect in the case and also to recover more firearms used in the crime.

Revealing this secret was the actress herself. I am enjoying the process, the RBI must manage debt as an instrument of policy, it is not sufficient to have an annual inflation rate of 5 to 6 per cent.but he wanted us to keep our ‘Punjabiness’ alive. She adds that the workout is everything her father taught her to be proud of Jain lost her father when she was quite young That is why I encourage people to workout and keep their hearts healthy and while they are at itspice it up with bhangra too? He said,We are preparing a report of the work we carried out before and during the monsoon We have before-after photos of all drains The Mayor and municipal commissioner had even inspected the sites? Ashish Shelar, India must do the same with the parts of Jammu and Kashmir that are now under Pakistan’s control. ? and promised to extend all possible financial help to him that his family ?

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