Tipriti Kharbangar, Shillong blues band Soulmate’s dynamic vocalist, strains to catch the tonal frequencies, during a soundcheck session ahead of blue FROG’s inaugural concert in the city on Thursday
 The many faces of Madhuri Dixit on the sets of her TV show.
 Jennifer Lopez’s first book will be out in November
  Taking a break from her Piku shoot with Big B, Deepika Padukone talks about RK and Ranveer, SLB and KJo, Sonam and Kareena…. Excerpts:
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  Katiyabaaz is the term used to describe a power-thief — the “expert” responsible for stealing electricity through illegal
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  Main PMC building has no space to accommodate Anti-Encroachment dept; head sits at ward office


 Khadijah Dare made the promise a day after the video emerged of James Foley’s killing
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 The political squabble over total prohibition within the ruling Congr...
 Despite two early exits in tune-up to US Open, McEnroe feels Djokovic is favourite for title
 Coaxed to join ISL by Tendulkar’s vision for Indian football, ex-England goalie James is keen to help
 BCCI panel says iconic ground has worst facilities for TV production; MCA calls it election stunt
 Controversial striker to make a surprise move to Anfield after Liverpool settle terms with Milan
 A blinkered focus on the appointment of candidates to judicial office would amount to a skewed approach
  If many eminent columnists and opinion-makers to write in a newspaper in the last four months are to be believed, we have entered an era of post-caste politics.
  'Shaw, Yeats, Joyce were detested, or misunderstood by the majority of their fellow Irishmen — and vice versa’
  The festive season in India is fertile ground for extortion agents to masquerade as donation men
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