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IAF plans air combat game in bid to woo youth to join the armed forces

IAF launches combat simulator mobile game ‘Indian Air Force: A Cut Above’, WC Abhinandan features in trailer

The combat simulator game will be available both in Android and iOS platforms.

In a first, Prime Minister Modi to be a guest in popular wildlife show “Man vs Wild”

Man vs Wild show documents host Bear Grylls efforts to survive and find a way back to civilization, usually requiring to fight the natural odds that he faces inside deep forests.

62 celebrities write an open letter to point out hypocrisy of the ‘achievers’ who wrote an open letter on ‘rising intolerance’

The celebrities assert that they are confident that India shall continue to develop and progress without paying heed to the ones with those who want to destabilise the country.

Netflix launches Rs 199 mobile only India plan

To tap into the the growing mobile market, Netflix has introduced reduced plan for mobile users.
Andrea sobs while pleading that her husband is innocent

Abusive actor Ajaz Khan who was arrested for inciting communal tension was ‘framed’, claims his wife, says he did nothing wrong

Khan was arrested by Mumbai Police on Wednesday last week for posting objectionable videos amounting to communal incitement on Tiktok and other social media websites

Netizens ‘express concern’ over Priyanka Chopra’s asthma after a picture where she is smoking cigarette went viral on social media

Twitter users even dug up Chopra's own old tweet condemning smoking where she had claimed she does not smoke. While things could change with time so do personal preferences, the hypocrisy is quite baffling.

Bengali Newspaper thinks Dustin and Lucas from Stranger Things are French footballers Griezmann and Umtiti in childhood

A Bengali newspaper has taken Griezmann's joking tweet seriously and published the image of Stranger Things actors as a photo from the football stars' childhood.

Hard Kaur supports pro-Khalistan ‘Referendum 2020’, extends support to banned terror outfit Sikhs For Justice

Taran Kaur Dhillon, popularly known as Hard Kaur, has landed herself in a new controversy. Kaur has taken to social media to extend her support to Khalistan.

Kangana Ranaut sends legal notice to Entertainment Journalist Guild and Press Club of India for supporting PTI journalist Justin Rao

Kangana has accused the journalist Justin Rao of intentionally violating journalistic norms by openly ridiculing, annoying, criminally intimidating and defaming her.
Accuser Pramod Sharma says he has proof against actress, claims Sonakshi is trying to suppress case by money power and her father's political influence

Sonakshi is trying to use her father’s political influence to supress the case: Man who accused actress of cheating

Sonakshi Sinha, the daughter of actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha is accused of taking Rs 24 lakh for a show performance in 2018 and not turning up.

Case registered against Congress leader Shatrughan Sinha’s daughter and actress Sonakshi Sinha under section 420 of IPC

A case of cheating under section 420 of the IPC (Indian Penal Code) is registered against actor Sonakshi Sinha by Katghar Police. Daughter of actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha is accused of taking Rs 24 lakh for a show performance in 2018 and not turning up. UP Police: Case registered against actress Sonakshi Sinha at Katghar Police Station under sections 420 (cheating) & 406 of IPC. In 2018, she had taken ₹24 lakh for a stage performance but didn't turn up. Police went to her residence in Mumbai, y'day but she wasn't present then. pic.twitter.com/MB9347mgtn — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) July 12, 2019 As per...

Question raised on Entertainment Journalists Guild’s credibility as its logo found to be from a free image library

Entertainment Journalists Guild's logo made using an image from internet, it has no digital footprint

Batla House: The encounter where killing of two Indian Mujahideen terrorists made Sonia Gandhi ‘cry bitterly’

Salman Khurshid, a senior Congress leader, in one of his rallies during 2012 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, had said that Sonia Gandhi, the then Congress President cried bitterly after seeing the images of the slain terrorists of Batla house

An unapologetic Kangana Ranaut dares the ‘pseudo journalists’ to ban her, calls them ‘termites’

The spat between Kangana Ranaut and a 'journalist' began in a film’s song launch event on July 7, 2019. Kangana Ranaut had publically criticised PTI Journalist Justin Rao for his bias and his alleged propaganda against her movie 'Manikarnika'

Gumption, resolve and commitment: Here is to Modi 2.0

Vin Sinners released its 1st album in 2011 and after a brief tour of India in 2013 became the first rock band in the Middle East to be signed to a major label - Universal.

Here is the song for which rapper Honey Singh has been booked by Punjab police

Rapper Honey Singh had unveiled, what he called his come back song, in December 2018
Ajaz Khan portends that Islam will conquer the whole world one day

Serial abuser Ajaz Khan responds to Payal Rahtogi saying Muslims will explode like volcano and entire world will become Islamic

Ajaz Khan stated that when Muslims will explode like a seething volcano, the entire world will turn Muslim
Bombay HC rejects bail plea of alleged Urban Naxals Sudha Bharadwaj, Arun Fareira and Vernon Gonsalves

You will not decide what one wants to watch: Bombay HC slams CBFC

The court was hearing a petition by Children's Film Society (CFS) seeking directions to the CBFC to hear its plea to issue U certificate to its film 'Chidiakhana.'
Zaira Wasim's manager claims the posts were indeed made by her

Zaira Wasim’s manager flip-flops: After claiming her SM accounts were hacked, now says Zaira herself made those posts

Zaira Wasim has earlier posted on her Social Media account page her decision to quit from the Bollywood claiming that her chosen line of career impacted her relationship with Islam.

Zaira Wasim’s manager says her account was ‘hacked’, she didn’t put up post about quitting Bollywood because it took her away from Islam

Talking about the difficulties that she had faced, Zaira Wasim had said that she has found solace in Allah and Quran.
Zaira Wasim quits Bollywood

Bollywood took me away from Islam – Zaira Wasim announces ‘retirement’ from movies on Instagram

Dangal star Zaira Wasim quits her acting career as it is 'against Islam'

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha goes on an abusive spree against people who criticize his film Article 15

When Twitter users criticised his film, Sinha lost his cool and started abusing everyone.

Kabir Singh is a filthy degenerate but the movie is not a ‘celebration of toxic masculinity’

Instead of harping on and on about 'celebration of toxic masculinity' which Kabir Singh isn't, perhaps Feminists ought to ponder upon the implications of their own doctrine.

Leila: Who would question Prayaag Akbar or Netflix?

I expect a political storm over Leila, a six-part TV serial on Netflix, the first season of which went on air last week.

Filmmaker Rakesh Roshan’s daughter accuses him of hitting her for having a love affair with a Muslim and calling him a terrorist

Hrithik and Kangana have been involved in a nasty legal battle, which started when the actress supposedly referred to him as a 'silly ex'.

Rapper Hard Kaur goes mental on social media: Blames RSS Chief for terror attacks, calls Yogi ‘OrangeRapeMan’

Taran Kaur Dhillon, more popularly known by her stage name Hard Kaur, appears to have fallen over the edge.

Veteran actor and theatre personality Girish Karnad passes away

Karnad was a Kannada playwright and Kannada writer and was awarded the Jnanpith award, the highest literary honour, in 1998
Bollywood's Sarees have never needed blouses

Dear people against Priyanka Chopra, Bollywood has never needed blouses to support the sarees

Bollywood's Sarees have been as free-flying, logic-killing, gravity-defying and myth-busting like Bollywood's movies.

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