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Nandish Shekar Is One Of The Few Successful Faces In The Indian Beat Boxing Game

By Puja

Nandish Shekar Is One Of The Few Successful Faces In The Indian Beat Boxing Game


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SUGHER: Born After Several Conversations Over Chai, Champagne And Cupcakes About The Love For Fashion

By Puja

SUGHER: Born After Several Conversations Over Chai, Champagne And Cupcakes About The Love For Fashion


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Know About Various Aspects Of Muay Thai From The Unbeatable Champion Syed Sulaiman

By Manali Nandy

Syed Sulaiman is a young Muay Thai expert who has won many championships and has made our country proud. He is an inspiration for Muay Thai and all other martial arts enthusiasts who really are passio...


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Trump Hails Contributions Of ‘Hindus And Indian-Americans’ On Independence Day

Music/Hindustan Times

The future of the Indo-US partnership has never looked brighter, President Donald Trump said as he lauded the “irreplaceable contributions” of the Indian-American community in shaping the country. Trump in his message to the India Day parade in Chicago to mark the 70th anniversary of India’s independence said that the US and India shared an enduring bond of friendship founded upon great respect for the values of democracy and mutual security.


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An English Adventurer Is On His Way To Complete The Famous Norwegian Hurtigruten Coastal Ferry Route By Water Bicycle

Travel/Lonely Planet

An intrepid English adventurer is attempting to complete the 2300km route of the famous Hurtigruten coastal ferry in Norway by water bicycle. Dave Cornthwaite is currently undertaking his groundbreaking Expedition1000 project, where he is taking 25 journeys of 1000 miles or more, each using a different form of non-motorised transport. This current expedition is his 14th journey.


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Sonova Plays Catch Up With Danish Rivals On Hearing-Aid Tech

Technology/reuters

Sonova launched a new hearing aid microchip capable of streaming audio directly from wireless devices as the Swiss company tries to close the gap with Danish competitors that pioneered similar technology years ago. Sonova now aims to compete on that turf with a 2.4 GHz chip that enables direct streaming from not just Apple but other Bluetooth-equipped devices as well, including those running Google's Android system and conventional cell phones.


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Sanjay Leela Bhansali-Salman Khan To Get Together For Kjo’s Aborted Project

Movies/Hindustan Times

What was meant to be a Karan Johar-Salman Khan project, can now be a Sanjay Leela Bhansali-Salman film. We are talking about the screen adaptation of Amish Tripathi’s bestselling novel, the Immortals Of Meluha. After Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor Khan walked out of the film titled, Shuddhi, Salman was signed in 2014. Now, when Sanjay Leela Bhansali has acquired the filming rights of Tripathi’s book, he has also approached Salman. Apparently, Salman has agreed, provided Bhansali directs the f...


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Silver Dollar City To Debut World Record-Breaking Roller Coaster In 2018

Travel/Fox News

Silver Dollar City amusement park in Branson, Mo., is scheduled to debut the tallest, steepest and fastest spinning roller coaster in the world in 2018. Spinning roller coasters, staples of county fairs and carnivals since the debut of the Wild Mouse, are not traditionally headliner attractions. However, Silver Dollar City’s Time Traveler spinning coaster is definitely no Wild Mouse. Time Traveler will set three world records, and shatter the traditional Wild Mouse-mold of a compact track with t...


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Girls Trip' Breakout Tiffany Haddish Joins Kevin Hart In 'Night School'

Movies/Hollywood Reporter

On the heels of comedy Girls Trip crossing $100 million at the domestic box office, its breakout star Tiffany Haddish has joined the cast of Universal's comedy Night School starring Kevin Hart. The project, from Hartbeat Productions and Will Packer Productions, follows a group of misfits who are forced to attend adult classes in the longshot chance they’ll pass the GED exam. The project will see Haddish reunite with Universal, Girls Trip director Malcolm D. Lee and producer Will Packer.


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Hunger Games And Twilight Are Getting Their Own Zones At A Theme Park In South Korea

Travel/Lonely Planet

Lionsgate Movie World is set to be the studio’s first branded outdoor theme park, which will open at Jeju Shinhwa World featuring seven movie zone centred on some of the company’s most popular films like The Hunger Games, The Twilight Saga, Now You See Me and the upcoming Robin Hood film that will come out in March 2018, according to a press release. The park is located on the island of Jeju-do, a popular holiday destination of South Korea.


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Oneohtrix Point Never's Award-Winning Film Score For 'Good Time' Is A Luminous And Kinetic Synth-Driven Exercise In Soundtracking

Travel/The 405

The most exciting thing about the soundtrack for 'Good Time' is just how kinetic it is. Lopatin is far from the first person to make a futuristic-sounding soundtrack based around vintage synthesizers, but the way he layers and produces them gives them a tangible feeling of urgency and paranoia throughout. It is perhaps understandable, though unfair, to see 'Good Time' as a little bit of a step back for Oneohtrix Point Never, seeing as he’s had to reign in his weirder elements to serve the film.


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Brand New Release Of A New Album 'Science Fiction'

Fitness/The 405

Earlier in the week, Emo titans Brand New played into their mysterious band persona by announcing details of a new album, but with very little detail. It did come with the news of a tour, but that's about it. The follow-up to 2009's Daisy is called Science Fiction and can be downloaded right now. Physical copies are set to ship in October, but we're gonna go ahead and assume that's a minor footnote in the excited dance you're currently doing.


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‘Bleisure’ Is A Rising Travel Trend Among Urban Indians, Particularly Millennials

Travel/Hindustan Times

With more and more Indian professionals travelling on business purpose, a report has revealed that these trips are being extended for leisure. The trend is slowly blurring the lines between business and leisure travel. About 38% of the total respondents took one to three business trips, out of which 29% had extended at least one of their trips for personal travel, according to FCM ‘Bleisure Report, India’.


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Guam Tourism Sees Silver Lining In North Korean Threats

Travel/The Jakarta Post

Tourism-dependent Guam is looking to cash in on its new-found fame as a North Korean missile target, tapping an unlikely promotional opportunity to attract visitors to the idyllic island and prove that all publicity is good publicity. Pyongyang's threats to launch four missile strikes near the US territory has stirred global curiosity in the remote Pacific destination, with it trending heavily on search engines as social media users wondered, what is Guam?


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Chiranjeevi’s Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy Logo To Be Out On His Birthday

Movies/Hindustan Times

After making a smashing comeback with Khaidi No. 150 earlier this year, Chiranjeevi gets ready for the shoot of Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy. Based on the life of well-known freedom fighter, the makers have decided to give his fans a glimpse of the film on his birthday on August 22. The title logo of the film, to be produced by Ram Charan, will be released on the occasion of Chiranjeevi’s 61st birthday, a reliable source close to the veteran star confirmed.