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Arts & Leisure - Lifestyle

Is Katrina Kaif indirectly blaming Ranbir Kapoor for breakup? Every love story does not have a happy ending! The Katrina Kaif-Ranbir Kapoor's was one of them, the couple has recently ended their relation after going strong for several years.According to Filmi Beat, Katrina Kaif says that, “It was a difficult time for me but my movies is not the reason it was difficult. It was difficult for me for other reasons. That's what life does. It puts you through these times and you have to see where it takes you.”“But that is part of the film industry. You go through highs, extreme highs and then some films that don't connect at the box office,” Katrina told PTI. “I consider myself immensely fortunate that I have seen highs for so many years,” said Katrina referring to her overall career in Bollywood.“I don't begrudge experiences like that. It's important to see them and go through them because you don't know what ...

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Sidharth Malhotra opens up about his sizzling chemistry with Katrina The ‘Baar Baar Dekho’ couple Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra is indeed killing us with their sizzling chemistry. The onscreen lovebirds have made the audience go gaga over them ever since the trailer of the film was released. In a recent interview, Sidharth talked about her first meeting with Katrina Kaif and also said that too much importance is being given to her break-up with Ranbir Kapoor. In an interview with a leading entertainment daily, ...

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Sunny Leone thinks she still doesn’t fit in Bollywood The sizzling and mesmerizing Indo-Canadian actress Sunny Leone has expressed that she felt like an outsider when she initially ventured into the Hindi film industry and still feels she doesn’t fit in.Leone, who made her debut with ‘Jism 2’ (2012), was cited in Hindustan Times talking about the bad luck she has faced in the industry with flops like ‘Mastizaade’. Asked if she was affected by it, she said, “Yes, of course, but that would ...

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Obesity one of the fastest growing `disease' worldwide KARACHI: Obesity has been described as one of the fastest growing `disease' worldwide. It is estimated that 1.7 billion people worldwide are either overweight or obese.This was stated here on Wednesday by Dr. Masood Jawaid, an Assistant Professor Surgery and Incharge E-Learning at Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) while delivering a lecture.He pointed out that Pakistan is ranked 9th among world's most obese nations. Every 4th person is overweight or obese.`FightObesity.Info' is Pakistan's first ...

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Obama nominates a Pakistani born Muslim as Federal Judge In the first ever move in the history of USA, a Pakistani Muslim has been nominated to the country’s federal judiciary. The nomination of Pakistani born Abid Riaz Qureshi was made by President USA Barack Obama.“I am pleased to nominate Mr. Qureshi to serve on the United States District Court bench,” said Obama in a statement. “I am confident he will serve the American people with integrity and a steadfast commitment to justice.”Qureshi, who was ...

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Finally, Amitabh and Aamir join forces in ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ Finally, after waiting for nearly 30 years, two of the biggest names in the Bollywood industry, Mr perfectionist Aamir Khan and the icon Amitabh Bachan would pair up together for the first time.The two heavyweights of the Indian film industry, would share screen for Yash Raj Films’ new project titled ‘Thugs of Hindostan.’ The upcoming film will be directed by writer-director Vijay Krishna Acharya, who directed Aaamir starring blockbuster Dhoom 3. The news was circulating ...

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This simple blood test detects cancer even before symptoms Technology is improving human life in so many ways, that it is hard to imagine living without it. Scientists have successfully developed a revolutionary blood test, which can detect some of the most deadly cancers before symptoms even start.The simple test, which is being termed similar to a ‘smoke detector,’ was developed by researchers at Swansea University Medical School UK. It works by not detecting the disease but by monitoring changes to red blood cells ...