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'Over the moon with FIFA': Bollywood gears up for World Cup '14
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'Over the moon with FIFA': Bollywood gears up for World Cup '14

As FIFA World Cup 2014 will kick off in a few hours from now, Bollywood is all set to join the action.

Priyanka cries gender inequality, wants more pay for actresses
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Priyanka cries gender inequality, wants more pay for actresses

Actress Priyanka Chopra said that a huge disparity exists in remuneration accorded to male and female actors in Bollywood.

Comrade Modi babu doesn't know the meaning of refugee: Mamata
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Comrade Modi babu doesn't know the meaning of refugee: Mamata

In an apparent reference to BJP, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today accused the party of "inciting violence between communities" saying instead of raising voice against the neglect of the state by the Centre, they were talking of driving Bengalis away

Amethi has already decided who to vote: Kumar Vishwas
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Amethi has already decided who to vote: Kumar Vishwas

Kumar Vishwas, the Aam Aadmi Party's candidate for the Lok Sabha from Amethi, Tuesday criticised his opponents from the Congress and the BJP and said the constituency has decided who to vote for in the polls.

Nothing wrong in promoting someone who gets votes: RSS on Modi
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Nothing wrong in promoting someone who gets votes: RSS on Modi

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the ideological fountainhead of the BJP, has said it is not worried about Narendra Modi's rising stature and it sees "nothing bad in promoting somebody who could get you votes".

Will sacrifice CM's chair a thousand times, says Kejriwal
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Will sacrifice CM's chair a thousand times, says Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday reiterated that he would quit if the Jan Lokpal and Swaraj bills are not passed in the upcoming assembly session.

Arunachal student's murder: AAP govt mulls magisterial probe
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Arunachal student's murder: AAP govt mulls magisterial probe

The government contemplating a magisterial inquiry into this death, which is not only tragic but raises serious questions on the alleged beating reportedly in public view.

Harvard Business School's dean apologises for sexist practices on campus
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Harvard Business School's dean apologises for sexist practices on campus

Harvard Business School's Indian-American Dean Nitin Nohria has made an extraordinary public apology for the school's treatment of female students and professors and vowed to make changes at the institution.

Mamata lied in Brigade rally: CPI(M)
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Mamata lied in Brigade rally: CPI(M)

CPI(M) today accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of resorting to "lies" while describing the success story of her government in the state.

Rahul is Congress' PM candidate in purdah: Arun Jaitley
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Rahul is Congress' PM candidate in purdah: Arun Jaitley

BJP leader Arun Jaitley on Monday called Rahul Gandhi Congress' prime ministerial candidate in "purdah" (veil), questioning why the party's campaign centres around him even when he is not the official candidate for the top post

AAP resorting to tamashebaazi, says Cong but won’t pull the plug
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AAP resorting to tamashebaazi, says Cong but won’t pull the plug

Delhi’s unpredictable Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has dug in his heels and decided to take on the Centre come what may. Insisting on running his government in the great wide open rather than from inside his office, Kejriwal is locked in a stand-off with the Home Minister over suspension of five Delhi Police officers.

Gujarat verdict: US being immature in denying Modi visa, says BJP
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Gujarat verdict: US being immature in denying Modi visa, says BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday hit out at the United States for denial of visa to Narendra Modi, saying to proclaim the Gujarat Chief Minister guilty even when there was no evidence against him despite several probes amounts to “immature diplomacy” and sets a precedent for a “reciprocal” response.

Modi scripts new poll anthem in Mumbai: Vote for India
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Modi scripts new poll anthem in Mumbai: Vote for India

BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today launched a scathing attack on Congress, saying those immersed in corruption are now giving "sermons" against it.

AK Ganguly case: Intern's charges made public with her consent
India

AK Ganguly case: Intern's charges made public with her consent

With the additional solicitor general (ASG) Indira Jaising’s decision to go public with the law intern’s statement that alleges misconduct by the retired Supreme Court Judge A K Ganguly, the chorus for his resignation has only got louder.

Considering all options to decriminalise homosexuality, assures govt
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Considering all options to decriminalise homosexuality, assures govt

With the Supreme Court order on gay sex creating a major uproar, the government today said it is considering all options to decriminalise homosexuality and filing a curative petition in the apex court could be one of them.

What really happened with The Satanic Verses?
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What really happened with The Satanic Verses?

Retired bureaucrat G Parthasarathy spoke for the first time about how and why the Indian government banned Rushdie's The Satanic Verses. At the time, Parthasarathy was working with the prime minister's office.

A longtime sari wearer reacts to 'Sari Ke Fall Sa' from R...Rajkumar
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A longtime sari wearer reacts to 'Sari Ke Fall Sa' from R...Rajkumar

Find out what a Mashima has to say about R....Rajkumar's song, Sari Ke Fall Sa.

Tarun Tejpal's case should be taken up on a fast-track basis: N Ram
India

Tarun Tejpal's case should be taken up on a fast-track basis: N Ram

Tarun Tejpal's indictment in the sexual harassment case has opened up a can of worms that now stands evidence to malpractices within the most venerated organisations in the country, the real nature of gender equations in so called progressive work-spaces and the challenges women still face while seeking redressal in cases of sexual harassment/assault.

Govt will do everything necessary to establish legitimacy of CBI: PM
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Govt will do everything necessary to establish legitimacy of CBI: PM

Addressing a CBI conference on tackling corruption, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that while the government will try its best to quell doubts raised on the CBI's legality, the premier investigative agency should also be able to tell between real criminal action and non-motivated errors in judgement.