Salman Khan and actress Daisy Shah leave after watching Jurassic World at PVR Juhu, Mumbai
 Stand-up comedian Tanmay Bhat, VJ HoeZaay, rapper Baba Sehgal, footballer Sunil Chhetri and BuzzFeed India editor Rega Jha at a conference ...
BOLLYWOOD
 That’s the subject of Kalki’s play, The Living Room, which marks her debut as a director on stage
  Portrayed as an anarchy devoid of cause and cognition, some argue about the cinematic liberties filmmakers take, when showing Khap Panchayats.
  Says Nargis Fakhri, admitting that some will star Sangeeta ...
  The line from a popular whiskey brand endorsed by Dharam paaji in the 90s resonates well with this film “Khub jamega rang, jab mil baithenge teen yaar.”
  Affiliating varsity in Karnataka can’t offer courses outside state, says UGC
  While the 46 hi-tech cameras at the station have upped secu...
  After NIV claimed to being overwhelmed with samples last year, civic body will now procure two ELISA machines, costing Rs 3.50 lakh each

GALLERIES

INDIA
 Police deny terror suspect told wife of a jailbreak bid ‘with help from Damascus’. Security doubled at Cherlapally Jail, search on for unauthorised cell phone access
 A day ahead of referendum on bailout, ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ factions remain neck-to-neck; defiant PM still backs a ‘No’ vote
 Thousands of supporters line Chennai’s streets on Saturday as Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa arrives at the legislative assembly secretariat to take oath
 Ovidio Gonzalez, 79, who was suffering from a painful mouth cancer t...
 Federer stretched to four sets by big-serving Groth; Paes, Mirza win their doubles matches
 Goalkeeper Savita keeps Olympic qualification hopes alive with dazzling performance
 Beating Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon doesn’t necessarily lead to greatness. All four players that beat Rafael Nadal in the last four years here have failed to win their next match.
 Australia’s Rohan Dennis won the first stage of the Tour de France with a record fastest speed in the individual time trial yesterday.
COLUMNISTS
 ‘Convent’ English, Hinglish and the non-filmi journalist: the last in a 3-part series on Indian film magazines
  One day, many decades later, if someone reads this piece, they’ll wonder why it was written in the first place.
  Many all India entrance tests are plagued by procedural pitfalls, despite the Digital India aspirations
  So long as even a single beti in India feels unsafe, unprot...
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