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Will Aishwarya succeed in doing justice to Dalbir Kaur’s role?

Mary Kom fame director Omung Kumar, who has roped in Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to essay a key role in his next project Sarabjit — a biopic on late Indian death row prisoner in Pakistan, Sarabjit Singh — is confident the former beauty queen is the perfect choice for the part.Aishwarya will be seen playing title character’s sister Dalbir Kaur.Kumar told ...

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SRK`s `Fan` release pushed to 2016

Shah Rukh Khan-starrer `Fan`, which was initially slated to hit theatres during the Independence Day weekend, has finally been pushed to 2016. Reason? The post-production involving complex visual effects has proved to be quite a laborious task.A source says, “The team is trying to come up with never-seen-before VFX in the film and that is taking longer than expected. Though ...

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Moushumi Hamid acts in Dhakaiya language

Lux superstar Moushumi Hamid will talk in Dhakaiya language (traditional language utters by the residents of old part of Dhaka). She will be seen on the screen to talk in Dhakaiya language in a special play titled Love Khoti Soman Soman, which has been made on the occasion of coming Eid-ul-Fitr.Directed by Jamal Mollick story of the play written by ...

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I love relationship-based TV shows: Vidya Balan

Actress Vidya Balan, who started her acting career with popular TV sitcom Hum Paanch, says she loves to watch romantic TV shows. But due to her hectic schedule, she is not able to follow them.The 37-year-old, who plays the role of Vasudha Prasad in the forthcoming romantic drama film Hamari Adhuri Kahani, will next be seen doing a cameo in ...

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Comparisons are misogynistic, feels Gwyneth Paltrow

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow finds comparisons to Jessica Alba or Blake Lively ‘misogynistic.’ The three Hollywood actresses run their own lifestyle websites, but Paltrow, the founder of Goop, has termed questions about the others’ brands as sexist.In response to a question about Alba’s Honest Company and Lively’s Preserve, the 42-year-old actress told Time magazine: “This is a very interesting question, because ...

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Ovi Moinuddin gets BABISHAS Award

For the second time Ovi Moinuddin (Mohammad Moin Uddin) received late journalist Golam Kibria Memorial Award in the category of Best Cultural Journalist in BABISHAS (Bangladesh Binodon Sangbadik Samity) Awards giving ceremony held at Mirpur Indoor Stadium in the city recently. Ovi received the award from Railway Minister Md Mujibul Haque and President of BABISHAS Abul Hossain Mazumder in the ...

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Simple injection to cure glaucoma

Glaucoma, an eye disease that damages the optic nerve and can result in vision loss and blindness, can now be treated with a simple injection, eye surgeons have said. In glaucoma, eye pressure plays a role in damaging the optic nerve. A new technology developed by a US-based company relieves the pressure in the eye with a minimally invasive method, ...

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Search resumes in Nepal trekking village, 53 bodies found

Nepali soldiers and police have recovered the bodies of 53 trekkers and villagers buried in avalanches set off by an earthquake in April, and were digging through snow and rocks with shovels and hoes on Monday for signs of more victims. Search and rescue operations had been suspended in the village of Langtang, 60 km (40 miles) north of Kathmandu, ...

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7 dead in Peru as truck plunges off cliff

At least 17 people were killed and 32 injured after a passenger truck plunged off a 150-metre-high cliff in Peru’s Amazonian region, authorities said on Monday. The accident occurred on Sunday in north-central Huanuco department after the vehicle veered out of its lane and plunged off near the town of Cahuah, Xinhua quoted the highway police as saying. More than ...

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Commerce Minister Tofail says essential prices will not rise in Ramadan, warns market manipulators

Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed has ruled out a hike in the prices of essentials during Ramadan, saying supply is sufficient before warning against price-gouging attempts. In a meeting with traders on Monday at the Trading Corporation of Bangladesh, the minister urged journalists to be careful about reporting on market prices during Ramadan. Ahmed said, “We have one-and-a-half times more supply ...

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