The Indian Premier League (IPL) auction is confirmed to take place from 20th February onwards.
Christie Brinkley, 63, makes splash in 'Sports Illustrated' Swimsuit Issue
The year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is a family affair for Christie Brinkley and her two daughters. The timeless beauty who turned 63 this month, shared an Instagram Monday night posing in the water next to her daughters, Alexa Ray Joel, 31 …
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Keeping up with its pro-poor pitch, BJP on Tuesday said the government’s overall policy has been driven by its concerns for the poor.
Cheeto shaped like slain gorilla Harambe sells for $99900 on eBay
An eBay seller in California listed a Cheeto that looks like Harambe, the 17-year-old gorilla who was shot to death in May 2016 at the Cincinnati Zoo. The gorilla was caught on camera dragging a toddler who fell into his enclosure. The Cincinnati Zoo …
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The board of directors of Tata Steel on Tuesday elected Tata Sons chief designate Natarajan Chandrasekaran as the chairman of the company.
The White House has issued a list of 78 terror attacks to support US President Donald Trump’s claim that the media is failing to adequately report them.
Popular singer-turned-actor Diljit Dosanjh is making waves in the Hindi film industry already. One film old Diljit, also bagged the Best Debut Male Filmfare award for 'Udta Punjab' in 2016.
Despite denying recent application rumours, Madonna has been granted permission to adopt two more children from Malawi.
Days after a raid in Yemen led to the first US military combat death under President Donald Trump, the leader of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula released an audio message taunting the new American leader.