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How these celebrities enthralled audiences with their tricks and feats
Messi demonstrated why he’s the highest paid footballer in the world on a Japanese TV show recently. Here are some other skills celebrities possess that could keep guests awed.
PM Modi celebrates Diwali with jawans at Siachen
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today paid a surprise visit to Siachen to celebrate Diwali with...
Sensex heads for highest close in two weeks on early poll trends
Nifty index also managed to reclaim its crucial psychological level of 8350,...
Younger CEOs paid more in India than US
The average annual salary for an Indian CEO below the age of 50 years now stands at Rs 7.9 cr compared with the Rs 7.3 cr that American corner office occupants earn and Rs 7.8 cr.
Younger celebrities to drive 2013 brandwagon
Coca-Cola’s mango drink Maaza just signed on Imran Khan and Parineeti Chopra, signaling their choice of younger stars.
American supermodel Cindy Crawford to visit Mumbai
The once highest paid model on the planet is expected to be joined on stage by Omega’s Indian ambassador, actor Abhishek Bachchan.
Digivive, CA Media Digital arm tie up to create celebrity-led serials just for mobiles
Under the agreement, Fluence will create and produce original content for nexGTv.
Celebrities like Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, others turn into money making machines
Bollywood A-lister Aamir Khan charges an eye-popping Rs 5 crore a day. He, however, doesn't sign up for every brand that knocks on his door.
Advance estimates ring in highest ever foodgrain production
India's highest ever foodgrain crop of 241.56mt in 2010-11 propped up by unprecedented output of wheat, maizeand pulses should be cause for cautious celebrations.
Now, Aamir and Akshay command highest fees per ad
The pecking order has changed. On top of the heap is the one-film-a-year star, Aamir Khan, with a reported rate card of Rs 12 to Rs 14 cr. New brand endorsers
Business books in India- Celebrity CEOs, sky-high advances
Celebrity CEO authors, recordbreaking advances, adventurous titles - the market for business books is booming and indian publishers are on a roll.
If enemy attacks us, we will give befitting response as shown in Kargil: Rajnath Singh
Rajnath Singh also said India is a peace-loving country but "we are ready to take any big step that is required to defend its national unity and sovereignty".
SGX Nifty down 45 points; here's what changed for market while you were sleeping
Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange traded 44.95 points, or 0.45 per cent lower at 10,029.80, in signs that Dalal Street was headed for a negative start on Friday.
New clause added to IT Act: Onus of content not generated by users on social media platforms
‘Safe harbour protection’ only if intermediaries facilitate and not modify such content, including ads
After Deepika Padukone’s JNU row, brands may lie low
While some brands have said they are reducing the visibility of ads featuring Deepika in the short term, celebrity managers say future endorsement deals are expected to see clauses factoring in the risks involved with celebrities taking political stands that might anger administrations inclined to be vengeful.