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Grammys 2017: Adele Says 'Hello' With Opening Performance

Some actors won Grammys, too: Don Cheadle picked up best compilation soundtrack for visual media for “Miles Ahead,” where he is credited as a compilation producer, and Carol Burnett won the best spoken word album Grammy. “The Color Purple” won best musical theater album, giving Jennifer Hudson her second Grammy …

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We need to be unapologetic about mental illness: Nandita Das

Written by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published:February 21, 2017 1:37 am Actor-director Nandita Das launched a book, The First Storyteller, in the city. Bollywood star and activist Nandita Das believes conversations about mental illness need to become mainstream and it should be dealt with more compassion. The actor-filmmaker today …

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Syrian White Helmets makers get visas for Oscar travels

By: Reuters | Los Angeles | Updated: February 19, 2017 11:12 am Raed Saleh, the leader of the White Helmets, and cinematographer Khaled Khatib have both obtained visas to travel to the United States for the Feb. 26 Academy Award ceremony in Los Angeles. Two Syrian rescue workers said on …

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BharatQR code launched to push cashless economy

By: PTI | Updated: February 20, 2017 9:58 pm Developed by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), Mastercard, and Visa, BharatQR code would require merchants to only display one QR code instead of multiple ones. ( Image for representation, Source: Press photo) BharatQR code, the world’s first interoperable payment acceptance …

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This Squid Gives Better Side-Eye Than You

Yes, this cephalopod is looking at you funny. It’s a kind of cockeyed squid—an animal that looks like some jokester misassembled a Mr. Potato Head. One of the cockeyed squid’s eyes is big, bulging and yellow. The other is flat and beady. After studying more than 25 years’ worth of undersea video footage, scientists …

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MKR cheating scandal: Alyse and Matt hit back

ALYSE and Matt Jenner have hit back at claims they cheated on My Kitchen Rules tonight. The Queensland couple were called out by judge Pete Evans for using a jar of store-bought curry paste in their Birdcage instant restaurant on the Channel 7 cooking show. Evans took aim at the …

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‘Shortcut Safari’ is a shoddy escapade

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published:April 29, 2016 9:37 pm Publicised as a children’s film packed with fun-filled adventure, writer-director Amitabha Singh’s “Shortcut Safari” is a far cry from the same. Publicised as a children’s film packed with fun-filled adventure, writer-director Amitabha Singh’s “Shortcut Safari” is a …

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Retweet puts Suryakumar Yadav in a spot

Written by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Published:February 21, 2017 1:18 am Suryakumar Yadav. Mumbai’s middle-order batsman Suryakumar Yadav would have never thought that a cheeky re-tweet could keep his selection in the Mumbai team for Vijay Hazare Trophy hanging in balance. On Monday, Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) senior selection …

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Kamal Haasan's 'Sabash Naidu' not shelved

PrevNext Kamal Haasan Chennai: Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan’s trilingual comedy ‘Sabash Naidu’, which came to an abrupt halt last July after the 62-year old star slipped and fractured his leg, has not been shelved. The film, a spin-off of the popular character Balram Naidu from Haasan’s 2010 Tamil comedy aceDasavatharam”, also …

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Angelina Jolie Buggin' Out … Cooking & Eating Spiders! (VIDEO)

2/20/2017 11:18 AM PST Angelina Jolie ain’t whipping up any boring meatloaf for her brood … instead she fries up a nice fat, juicy tarantula! “You want to share a spider?” – Angelina Jolie cooks bugs in Cambodia 🕷https://t.co/5mSi3VNErT pic.twitter.com/OZ12DjpyJD — BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) February 20, 2017 Angie did …

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Ashton Kutcher testifies on his anti-sex trafficking efforts

Next Ashton Kutcher Actor and human rights campaigner Ashton Kutcher has given emotional testimony in front of the US Senate, urging lawmakers to act in support of efforts to bring child sexual exploitation to an end. Speaking in his capacity as the chairman of Thorn, an organisation that develops software …

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Mumbai for kids: Long drive into the Sahyadris (Outdoors)

Every stopover meant using things that were bio-degradable and chemical-free. Jute bags were handed to keep all items for the drive What would you do when you have two kids (almost 10 and 12), who have been to, or think they have, to most places in the city, especially when …

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