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Chandrayaan captures eclipse moments
India's first unmanned moon mission, Chandrayaan-1 captured the shadow of the moon on the earth's surface during the July 22 solar eclipse. This feat has been achieved just a week after a shadow......
Doping, truth and the media
One of the greatest realities today is that what appears as truth, is often untrue, or at best half true; and what people think as untrue, or not politically correct, is often much nearer to the......
'Even at 50, Sanjay Dutt looks like a stud'
Sanjay Dutt may not be the best dancer in Bollywood but choreographers Bosco-Ceasar swear by him. They have choreographed the actor in quite a few films -- from Musafir in 2004 to his upcoming......
Mallika visits Twitter headquarters
Mallika Sherawat, one of the most active stars on Twitter, visited its headquarters in San Francisco yesterday. She was welcomed by CEO Evan Williams, Twitter employees and fans. "I'm......
'Ash's tribal look in Enthiran is very glamorous'
Make-up artists have a gift -- they can make everyone look good! And while Bollywood boasts of some gorgeous looking women, these artists can up the glam look even more. Ask Ojas Rajani. He's......
Slumdog kid's home is broken down
Mohammad Azharuddin may have won international fame, thanks to his Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire, but his life is far from perfect. His shanty in Garib Nagar in Bandra, a Mumbai......
Lance Armstrong settles US federal fraud case for $5m
Lance Armstrong won the Tour de France a record seven times, six of them while riding for the Postal Service team. He was stripped of his titles and banned for life from the sport in 2012 by the......
US lawsuit seeking $100 million from Lance Armstrong heads to trial
The US Justice Department has accused Armstrong of defrauding the government by accepting millions of dollars in sponsorship money from the US Postal Service (USPS). A federal judge on Monday......
'America's Christ on a bicycle' Armstrong's disgrace revisited in film
The Program documents the dark side of professional cycling, which still struggles to shake off suspicions of cheating amid a culture of loyalty to a team's star IMAGE: Lance Armstrong.......
I'm that guy everybody wants to pretend never lived: Armstrong
Lance Armstrong will still ride parts of this year's Tour de France route for charity despite feeling as popular as Voldemort, the unspeakable villain of the Harry Potter movies.The American,......
Armstrong settles $3 million lawsuit over bonuses
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has reached a settlement with an insurance company over $3 million in performance bonuses paid to him from 1999 to 2001, his spokesman said on Wednesday. -What......
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