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Skipper Michael Clarke announces his retirement from one day cricket on the eve of Australia's World Cup final match.

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Rishi Kapoor: Ranbir Moving Out Big Setback For Neetu And Me.

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The end of texting?

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‘I love India. Our country is richer for having you and so are our sauces': Karl Stefanovic apologise for his ‘7-Eleven’ Indian sledg Today show host Karl Stefanovic has been forced to eat a spicy curry as punishment after his ‘7-Eleven’ sledge against a group of Indian cricket fans caused viewer backlash. Stefanovic was hit […]

Technology- email

What’s Hot

Confusion, communication breakdown and work which never stops: Why Australian companies are banning emails Emails have become the norm within the workplace but they are now being banned at some Australian companies as it is seen to be the cause of stress and misunderstandings among staff. Face-to-face interaction or instant messaging has become the preferred […]

Martin Crowe- Cricket

Story Not To Miss

Ailing Martin Crowe pens emotional tribute before World Cup final. New Zealand’s former cricket captain Martin Crowe, who is terminally ill with lymphoma, has penned a moving tribute to his countrymen ahead of Sunday’s World Cup final against Australia. In a heart-wrenching column published on Cricinfo, the 52-year-old said Sunday’s match at the Melbourne Cricket […]

Amitabh bachchan- Deepika- Piku- Entertainment

Filmy Corner

All You Want to Know About Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika’s Piku Director Shoojit Sircar and his producing partner Ronnie Lahiri are confident that the story of Piku, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Irrfan and Deepika Padukone, will connect with the audience through its “endearing” portrayal of a family. “It is a very simple father-daughter drama. Nothing is overdone […]

Kids watching tv


Children spent over six hours a DAY in front of screens – and are more likely to watch shows on a tablet that a TV The amount of time children spend watching screens has risen dramatically, researchers have found. They say children aged five to 16 spend an average of six and a half hours […]

People- Shopping - Mall


Our major cities are tipped to become a lot more crowded, particularly with people living alone JUST when you thought there was no room to squeeze any more development into our crowded cities, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has released figures which tip the number of households to increase by 4.3 million in the next […]


Cricket Wicket

Australia Thrash India to Set-up World Cup Final Clash Against New Zealand. Australia put themselves in line for a fifth World Cup title with an emphatic 95-run semi-final victory over defending champions India in Sydney on Thursday. Steve Smith hammered 105 off 93 balls and Aaron Finch returned to form with 81 as the hosts […]

Technology- Windows


PC, tablets, smartphones: what’s the minimum spec for Windows 10? At the WinHEC conference in China, Microsoft revealed details on the minimum PC, tablet and smartphone specifications required to run its upcoming multi-platform operating system. Across all device types, Windows 10 will require a GPU that supports at least DirectX 9. In its PC and […]



Raise your glass: Things that water can do to your body From fighting cancer to maintaining a clear complexion, water, that comprises about 75% of our body mass, helps us in innumerable ways. As March 22 was observed as World Water Day, we round up a list of interesting health benefits of water. For weight […]

Rani Mukherji

Birthday Special

I’ve always been an introvert: Rani Mukerji. Rani Mukerji does not believe in ­flamboyance, and unlike most of her industry colleagues, she has no plans to party on her 37th birthday today. Before she set off for a quiet ­vacation to an undisclosed place with husband, ­filmmaker Aditya Chopra — their first long holiday since […]



Christmas Island: The tropical oasis you didn’t know about AN emerald green island set among the sapphire-blue waters of the Indian Ocean, Australia’s very own Galápagos lies waiting to be discovered. To many people’s surprise, you don’t need to be an illegal immigrant to end up on Christmas Island. In fact, regular passenger airlines fly […]

family- parenting


Start early, let them make mistakes and PAY for chores: Tips on how parents can start talking about money and savings with their children revealed When it comes to teaching children about manners, safety or even sex, most parents don’t hesitate in making sure their offspring have a good understanding (no matter how awkward they […]

Food- tea


Care for some tea? Things you should know about your drink. The medical community is all praise for the positive effects of tea on our health. There are various types of teas and each of these have their own specific health benefits. But all 2,000 varieties come from mainly four major categories – Black, Oolong, […]

Tune India Radio


Cash in on clutter around your house THE buck doesn’t stop with garage sales, there are loads of ways to cash in on your clutter. Selling unwanted items can kickstart your dejunking crusade and boost your bank balance with minimal effort. Just a little planning is all it takes to transform a hoard of clothes, […]



India’s unfair obsession with fair skin, its impact on relationships Skin biases aren’t new. And though we tend to tell ourselves that such discriminations don’t bother urban India much, that’s not always the case. As Bihar politician Sharad Yadav went off on a tangent in the Parliament recently, and courted controversy by talking about Indians’ […]

Entertainment- Bollywood

Music Review

Ek Paheli Leela Sunny Leone is back to please her fans once again with a double role in Bobby Khan directed Ek Paheli Leela. As has been the norm in recent times, the music for this film is being handled by multiple musicians including Dr. Zeus, Meet Bros Anjjan, Amal Malik, Uzair Jaiswal and Tony […]


Your Weekly Horoscope

Your Weekly Horoscope Sunday, 22 March 2014 to Saturday,28 March 2015  

Bhagat Singh

A look Back

A revolutionary life: The Bhagat Singh you didn’t know. (This article was published on September 28, 2014 on the occasion of Bhagat Singh’s birth anniversary) On this day, 107 years ago, a boy was born in Lyallpur district of the Punjab Province of British India (which now lies in Pakistan) who, along with a fellow […]