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I live a very quiet family life: Nicole Kidman

Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman says she has a “tight intimate family”. The Oscar-winning star praised her husband and country music star Keith Urban for being so good as her partner and a father. “I live a very quiet family life. I have created a very tight intimate family. I have a wonderful partner-husband, who is just very open hearted, engaged ...

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Was never insecure about screen timing in Dilwale: Kriti Sanon

Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol’s comeback to silver screen as a pair is the high point of the upcoming film Dilwale and actress Kriti Sanon says their presence never intimidated her. The one-film old actress, who is paired opposite Varun Dhawan in the film, said it was a learning experience for her to work with senior actors at such an ...

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Shraddha Kapoor turns to action

Trying her hand at action sequences for the first time, Shraddha Kapoor has reportedly filmed some intense action sequences for her next, Baaghi, with Tiger Shroff. Word is that the actress has trained under international trainer Kecha, who has also worked with John Abraham before. When asked about her tryst with action, she says, “I have done a crash course ...

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Rachel Weisz ‘happy’ with husband Daniel Craig

Actress Rachel Weisz is “happy” being married to actor Daniel Craig and has “no complaints” about life. Apart from having a “wonderful family”, Weisz says she is also happy about her professional life, reports femalefirst.co.uk. Asked what it’s like living with Craig, Weisz told HELLO! magazine: “Let’s just say I’ve got no complaints. Life is good and I’m very, very ...

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We lost Khalil on this day

Monday was the first anniversary of death of legendary actor Khalil Ullah Khan. Khalil’s second son Musa Khan told this correspondent that different programmes are to be arranged to mark his father’s death anniversary who was also chief advisor of socio-cultural organisation, Shoishob Mela. President of Shoishob Mela Golam Kibria Apu told this correspondent, “We are going to organise a ...

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Nabila Mushtari now in programme hosting

Miss Kumarika of 2014 Nabila Mushtari is hosting two programmes in a private satellite channel now. She is hosting Din Protidin and Ebong Class-er Baire on Banglavision regularly now. Din Protidin is being aired on Banglavision from 8:30am to 9:00am everyday, while Ebong Class-er Baire is being aired every Sunday at 6:00pm.While sharing her feelings to host two TV programmes ...

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Dipa Khondokar with old Dhaka’s cuisines

Popular TV actress and model Dipa Khondokar is coming with foods of old Dhaka on the screen. She will be seen to host a show titled Arku Banglar Swad on RTV at 5:30pm every Monday.While sharing her feelings to host any cooking related show Dipa Khondokar told this correspondent, “I like to cook any food. Despite having busy times with ...

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We are quick to blame others

Is your boss quick to blame you when something goes wrong but slow in giving credit for a job well done? New research from Duke University helps explain why people are biased towards treating negative actions as intentional but positive actions as unintentional. The researchers found that people use two different mechanisms to judge how intentional an action was. If ...

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Young drivers using phones despite knowing dangers

Teenagers do understand the dangers of using cellphones while driving-but they still use them, new research has found. Car crashes kill more teens each year than anything else, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Teenagers think about what they do behind the wheel in very different ways than we think about teenagers behind the wheel,” said ...

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Women have more diverse patterns of sexual response

Exploring sexual identity, sexual attraction and sexual arousal in women, new research shows that heterosexual women have more diverse patterns of sexual response than previously reported. In the first study, women watched short videos, and in the second study, women listened to stories about interacting sexually with a woman or a man. Genital response was measured with a vaginal photoplethysmograph ...

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