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    HOW PARINEETI PREPARED TO PLAY AN ACE BADMINTON PLAYER IN 'SAINA'

    Saina Nehwal biopic was a roller-coaster ride. The film, with Parineeti Chopra in lead, has a theatrical release date and the makers are making the most of the current buzz. The film releases on 26 March. Saina is helmed by Amol Gupte, teaser of the film was released last week leaving fans impressed with Parineeti's look and her commendable imitation of the Olympic winning...

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    APARSHAKTI OPENS UP ABOUT WORKING WITH FEMALE DIRECTORS

    New Delhi: On the occasion of international women's Day, Aparshakti Khurana spoke about his favourite female directors and the positive energy they bring with their craft. Three years back, leena Yadav directed Aparshakti in Rajma Chawal, a slice-of-life film. The actor captured the attention of the viewers with his earnest performance which was sketched and molded by the director. in...

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    HOW RANI MUKERJI INSPIRED SHARVARI TO BECOME AN ACTRESS

    NEW DELHI: Bollywood debutant Sharvari, who will soon be seen opposite actor Siddhant Chaturvedi in Bunty Aur Babli 2, has posted a heartfelt wish for her screen idol Rani Mukerji on The International Women's Day. Sharvari said, "I have idolised a lot of women characters who I have seen on the big screen and invariably most of those women have been played by none other than Rani...

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    ANUSHKA OPENS UP ABOUT HER CONTRIBUTION IN CHANGING PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN ON SCREEN

    NEW DELHI : Actor Anushka Sharma on the occasion of International Women's Day on Monday, spoke about how she took a conscious decision to change the portrayal of women on screen as an artist and a producer. The 32-year-old actor, through her characters in films like Sultan, Band Baaja Baaraat, NH10, Sui Dhaaga, among many others, has portrayed that women can be...

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    TIPS TO PREVENT STRETCH MARKS DURING PREGNANCY

    WHAT ARE PREGNANCY STRETCH MARKS? Pregnancy stretch marks are pink, red, purple, or brown striations or streaky indentations in the skin. They are very common and generally present on the stomach, breasts, thighs, buttocks, and sometimes on the upper arms. Many women get stretch marks during pregnancy. It's an indication that your skin has expanded as your body expands to accommodate your...

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    KILLER T CELLS MAY PROTECT US FROM NEW VARIANTS OF COVID-19

    Neutralising antibodies have been a primary focus for the protection from serious disease and death from Covid-19, and the effectiveness of various vaccines. Neutralizing antibodies are also tested for their effectiveness against emerging mutant strains of SARS-CoV-2 (Coronavirus), the virus that causes Covid-19. These variants might be partially resistant to antibodies. However, very...

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    Hearing loss is treatable if detected timely, say doctors

    New Delhi: Disabilities related to hearing have become a big concern as the WHO has also said that nearly 2.5 billion people worldwide or one in every 4 individuals will have some degree of hearing loss by 2050. Top experts Dr Alok Thakar, HoD of ENT at AIIMS, Dr Sumit Mrig, senior consultant and HoD of ENT at Max Hospital, and Dr Prachi Jain, ENT specialist at Alchemist Hospital, suggest...

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    MAKING IT HAPPEN: UNDERSTAND THE 'WHY' OF THE PROBLEM

    "In 2014, both coal and power sector were faced with crisis. It needs to be examined why and how coal came out of the mess but power sector continues to languish." All governments face problems.

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    PORN MOVIES ENTER HOUSEHOLDS UNDER THE PRETEXT OF WEB SERIES

    The proliferation of pornography has reached to such an extent that even the Supreme Court had to make scathing remarks about the sexual content being served by the producers in the name of web series. The apex court is right to say that porn movies are being dished out in the name of web series. It is difficult to rein in them under the law that is in place now. So, it is natural to...

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    In a first, Indian Naval Ships to visit Bangladesh's historic port city

    New Delhi: Indian Naval Ships Sumedha, an indigenously build Offshore Patrol vessel and Kulish, an indigenously built guided missile corvette, are scheduled to make a port call at the historic port town of Mongla in Bangladesh from 8th to 10th March to commemorate the ongoing Swarnim Vijay Varsh and reiterating the historic Indo-Bangladeshi friendship. This is the first...

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