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  • Waiting to Exhale: 7 Things Aamir Khan Could Swap the Radio For in New PK Poster

    Waiting to Exhale: 7 Things Aamir Khan Could Swap the Radio For in New PK Poster

    What will he do this time? Will he swap the transistor for a fig leaf of a different sort?

  • BlackBerry Creates Unit for Potential High Growth Assets

    BlackBerry Creates Unit for Potential High Growth Assets

    BlackBerry Ltd on Monday said it has created a new unit to house what many consider to be among its most promising assets - cryptographic applications, its QNX embedded software and Project Ion platform for connecting devices.

  • Shah Rukh Khan: Happiness has Nothing to do With Success

    Shah Rukh Khan: Happiness has Nothing to do With Success

    Shah Rukh Khan speaks candidly about his insecurities and fears and what makes him a winner in spite of everything.

  • From Cradle to Grave, Japan's Kewpie Adapts Menu to Feed Ageing Nation

    From Cradle to Grave, Japan's Kewpie Adapts Menu to Feed Ageing Nation

    Almost 55 years later, the Tokyo-based company sees a new opportunity opening up in rapidly ageing Japan as parents who brought kids up on Kewpie approach their sunset years - what it calls "nursing care food" for the elderly.

  • New ATM Rules: What You Need To Know

    New ATM Rules: What You Need To Know

    From November, frequent use of bank ATMs will cost you more. The Reserve Bank of India has reduced free transactions in other bank ATMs to three per month in six metropolitan cities. Banks have also been allowed to levy charges beyond five transactio...

  • Stardust Grains May Reveal First Look at Interstellar Space

    Stardust Grains May Reveal First Look at Interstellar Space

    Seven grains of stardust that are believed to come from outside our solar system are revealing new hints about what the universe is made of, scientists said Thursday.

  • Indian Leader's Quiet Start Dashes Hopes for Quick Change

    Indian Leader's Quiet Start Dashes Hopes for Quick Change

    During the months leading up to the spring parliamentary elections, Indians looked at Narendra Modi and saw what they wanted to see.

  • REITs: What Investors Need to Know

    REITs: What Investors Need to Know

    Now, small investors can earn rental income from commercial properties like office space and malls. Bangalore, the IT capital of India, is expected to see the most action after the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) approved the setting up...

  • New Zealand Lawmaker under Fire over Asian Race 'Joke'

    New Zealand Lawmaker under Fire over Asian Race 'Joke'

    A high-profile New Zealand lawmaker was accused of racism on Monday after making what he called a "joke" at the expense of Asians as he railed against Chinese investment in the country's farming sector.

  • Thailand Inaugurates National Assembly, Junta Keeps Tight Grip

    Thailand Inaugurates National Assembly, Junta Keeps Tight Grip

    Thailand inaugurated a new national assembly dominated by military figures today, in what the junta has said is a step toward the transition of power back to democratic government.

  • Blair Has Used His Connections to Change the World, and to Get Rich

    Blair Has Used His Connections to Change the World, and to Get Rich

    In many ways, Blair faces a perception problem. Years into his postpolitical makeover, confusion lingers about what particular hat he wears at any given time.

  • Tell Me What You See, Even If It Hurts Me

    Tell Me What You See, Even If It Hurts Me

    Sammie, a shy 13-year-old girl from New Jersey, stepped out of the shower and pulled on a plain gray T-shirt. She left her hair wet and decided not to apply makeup. Careful not to wake her family, she looked into the camera and spoke in a near-whispe...

  • Rohit Shetty: I Want to Know What the New Generation is Making

    Rohit Shetty: I Want to Know What the New Generation is Making

    Rohit Shetty, known for directing commercial films like Chennai Express and Golmaal series, says that he keeps tab on the new breed of filmmakers.

  • How Facebook Sold You Krill Oil

    How Facebook Sold You Krill Oil

    Each ad had to be compelling enough to get people to stop scrolling through their news feeds - what Facebook calls a thumbstopper.

  • BMW Teases Mysterious Car in New Video

    BMW Teases Mysterious Car in New Video

    BMW has been busy lately. We showed you what the M235is did in Cape Town, South Africa and now BMW Deutschland has released a mysterious teaser video titled 'The revolution on the road.'

  • US' Federal Aviation Administration Places New Restrictions on Flights Over Iraq

    US' Federal Aviation Administration Places New Restrictions on Flights Over Iraq

    The Federal Aviation Administration is restricting US airlines from flying at or below 30,000 feet (9,145 meters) over Iraq because of what it calls "the potentially hazardous situation created by the armed conflict" there.

  • The Most Tax-Efficient Way to Own Gold

    The Most Tax-Efficient Way to Own Gold

    According to the new tax law, long-term capital gains tax on gold ETFs and gold funds will double from 10 per cent to 20 per cent. What is more, the minimum holding period for to qualify for long-term capital gains tax has also been increased to 36 m...

  • What John Kerry, US Secretary of State, is Pushing in New Delhi

    What John Kerry, US Secretary of State, is Pushing in New Delhi

    US Secretary of State John Kerry has met with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley this morning; he also toured the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. His trip will focus on pressing India to drop its opposition to global trade reforms, which...

  • Southampton Test, Day 4: India in a Spin as England Eye Victory

    Southampton Test, Day 4: India in a Spin as England Eye Victory

    India were 112 for four, still needing a further 333 runs to make what would be a new record 445 to win, at stumps on the fourth day of the third Test.

  • Venezuela Sings Happy Birthday to Late President Hugo Chavez

    Venezuela Sings Happy Birthday to Late President Hugo Chavez

    Supporters of Venezuela's former president Hugo Chavez celebrated what would have been his 60th birthday on Monday with fireworks, a gun salute -- and the unveiling of a computer font based on the late leader's handwriting. The full-day festivities ...

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