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What Emraan Hashmi called Ashwariya 2 years ago still haunting him Bollywood Emraan Hashmi has opened up about his dispute with Bollywood Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and revealed why he wants to apologize to that Blue-eye girl.According to Times of India, it all started during Karan Johar's chat show, Koffee with Karan, where Emraan had called Aishwarya 'plastic' in the rapid fire round. Yes! And it's been two years, but looks like things are still not cool between Aish and Emraan. Reportedly, Ash was offered Emraan starrer Baadshaho, but declined the offer once she found out that she would have to share screen space with Emraan. When Emraan was asked about his reaction on this, he said that he didn't know which actress was approached for leading lady's role. He went on to say that linking it to his 'plastic' remark was like going back into history as it was made over two years ago. The actor further said that the remark ...

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The way we cook meals can affect diabetes The way we cook, not only affects the taste of food we eat, but it also impacts the risk of developing type-2 diabetes, suggests a new study.The study carried out by researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, reveals that boiling, steaming and poaching the food is the best way to avoid diabetes. Whereas, frying, grilling or baking foods, led to the production of substances called advanced glycation ...

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Ranbir Kapoor on top of my wish list, says Mawra Pakistani actress Mawra Hocane's love for Bollywood stud Ranbir Kapoor is no mystery. It’s not surprising that these two have managed to spark dating rumours. Hocane has expressed to work with the ‘Barfi’ star Ranbir Kapoor and also give him a priority on the top of her wish list.Mawra Hocane, in an interview with the media has revealed who tops her wish list in the Bollywood and it is none other than Ranbir Kapoor. Once ...

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Ranbir Kapoor; Fawad Khan's another fan in Bollywood Pakistani actor Fawad Khan is currently making news with his impressive work in Bollywood. He has a huge fan following across the border and among Bollywood actors as well. Now Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor has joined the long list of Fawad Khan’s fans in the neighbouring country.According to Hindustan Times, Ranbir said it was “a lot of fun” working with the ‘Khoobsurat’ actor. “He is talented. Hanging out with him, even outside the sets, was ...

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Symbol of Conservation: The Giant Panda isn't endangered any more The Giant Panda, one of the most iconic animals on the planet is finally not an endangered species. Thanks to all the conservation planning the animal is officially not an endangered species.The announcement come by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF ) that the animal has been downgraded from "Endangered" to "Vulnerable", after a 17 percent increase in its population over the past 10 years.“For over fifty years, the giant panda has been the globe’s most ...

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What does your smartphone reveal about you? Smartphones are not just a must have necessity in today’s day and age, they could leak out a lot of information about its user, says a recent study.For example if you’re an Android user, you tend to be more modest and truthful in comparison to iPhone users. The study by researchers from the University of Lincoln UK also found out that women are twice to purchase an iPhone than an Android smartphone."This study provides new ...

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Antibacterial soaps banned; they do more harm than good: US Antibacterial soaps are quickly gaining popularity among masses, as they are marketed to be effective against fighting germs. However, health experts say otherwise as they do more harm than good.This has led the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) USA, to ban the antibacterial soaps from the US market on Friday, reported The Guardian. “Consumers may think antibacterial washes are more effective at preventing the spread of germs, but we have no scientific evidence that they ...