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Cara Delevingne strips for new perfume ad

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne bared it all for a new Tom Ford Black Orchid fragrance advertisement recently.

Jennifer Lopez, Casper back again?

Jennifer Lopez

It has been recently reported that Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart were spotted hanging out together.

'Eager' Button admits there is 'no better place' than Belgium for F1 to resume

Jenson Button is bidding to get McLaren back on track at one of his favourite tracks in Belgium. Photo: AFP/ File

McLaren driver Jenson Button has said that he is raring to get back on the track after the long summer break and admits that there is no place better than Belgium for the championship to resume.

Queen Latifah caught ‘kissing’ her girlfriend

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah was recently photographed giving her girlfriend Eboni Nichols, a kiss on her lips.

Britney Spears lip syncs to Sia Furler’s voice

Britney Spears

Britney Spears was recently caught lip syncing to Sia Furler’s voice during the ‘piece of me’ show, it has been reported.

Madonna’s 1920s-themed 56th birthday bash in Cannes

Madonna

Madonna celebrated her 56th birthday with a 1920s-themed celebration at a private villa in Cannes, France, alongwith Kate Moss and her long time manager Guy Oseary.

Apple's smartwatch will feature sapphire screen

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Apple is expected to roll out the production line at its Arizona factory this month

Christina Aguilera keen to bare all for Playboy

Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera is reportedly eager to strip down for Playboy magazine after she gives birth to her second child and gets back in shape.

Adidas planning to overtake Nike with posh ad campaign

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The ad campaign is expected to be launched next year

Samsung begins testing 'three-sided' display phone: Report

Samsung's alleged three-side displayed phone (Screenshot: Skyworld, YouTube)

The three-sided display phone likely to be unveiled by end of the year

Engaging-with-Pakistan has been one of Delhi’s big growth industries over the past 15 years. Apart from domestic investment (both from the public and private sectors), it has attracted generous quantities of foreign direct investment, despite not having much to show by way of tangible returns.

There is a slow but systematic attempt to change India’s name from Bharat to Hindustan — playing up the word “Hindu” in Hindustan and trying to repackage it as the abode of the Hindus. B.R. Ambedkar and his team that drafted the Constitution of India consciously avoided the term “Hindustan” as they could foresee its implications in a land that takes pride in its diversity.