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The idea of KISS

A schooling initiative in Bhubaneswar doesn’t leave it to government, seeks to be the change agent.

Rock band KISS to appear in animated 'Scooby-Doo' movie

Legendary rock band KISS will appear in "Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery".

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Reimagining the Muse

At his first photography solo, novelist Dasgupta says why it has collapsed the most initimate human interaction.

Assam woman who attended Rahul event dies of burn injuries, police say she's not the one who kissed him

The police confirmed the woman attended Rahul's session, but did not get close to the leader

Keeping it simple,silly

If there is one big spring-summer trend to look forward to,it’s sporty-chic,and joining the team of designers experimenting with this is Rahul Mishra.

Mumbai man fights legal battle against fine for kissing girl,beats moral brigade

Man says he kissed girl,court lets him go citing lack of evidence.

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What makes a romance last

The healthiest relationships are the ones where a couple has learned how to fight.

Now,a gadget to tell if your breath is safe to kiss

Users need to just breathe into the device and the gadget analyses just how bad the smell is.

Why you shouldn’t kiss on Valentine’s Day

Mid-Feb is usually the peak season for infectious diseases and transmits from one person to another.

Lumbering giants on quicksand field

Long lines of massive trailers bulldoze over the humongous water-filled crater on the road,as a matter of routine.

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This is how Abhishek Sharma found Obama `look-alike`

New Delhi, Feb 19 (ANI): Director Abhishek Sharma did not have any plans to make sequel of his 2010 film ‘Tere Bin Laden’, but now after five years he planned to make a sequel which is unlike any other sequels made in Bollywood history.But this new film, ‘Tere Bin Laden: Dead Or Alive’, which is a spin-off of the prequel, required a look-alike of US President Barack Obama.In an exclusive interaction with ANI, the director spoke about how he found the reel-life Obama.Abhishek further said that movies like `Tere Bin Laden’ satisfies his ‘conspiracy theorist’ self and he would always make movies which not only entertain the crowd but also raise some questions about things happening in the world.‘Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive’ is a comedy film which stars Manish Paul, Pradhuman Singh and Sikander Kher in lead roles.The film is scheduled to release on February 26.

Character of ‘Osama’ is larger than life, believes Pradhuman Singh

New Delhi, Feb 18 (ANI): In the span of six years, actor Pradhuman Singh has hardly got anywhere beyond his character of Osama Bin Laden in the flick, ‘Tere Bin Laden.’While the 2010 film made news and was a hit, the actor did not fetch a lot of work and remained under ground as no one could recognise him without his Osama make-up on. Now that the actor is all set to make his ‘Osama presence’ felt again in his upcoming film, ‘Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive’, he reveals he has taken everything positively which happened to him in the last six years.Pradhuman is confident that after this film, not only the industry but also the general people will recognise him as an actor though it would take some time. ‘Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive’ is a comedy film which stars Manish Paul, Pradhuman and Sikander Kher in lead roles.The film is scheduled to release on February 26.

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Manish Paul, Sikander Kher raise eyebrows with impromptu kiss

New Delhi, Feb 18 (ANI): Bollywood actor Manish Paul is well known for his impromptu acts and he gave yet another example by kissing his ‘Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive’ co-star Sikander Kher during an interview.The actor, who was present in the national capital to promote the sequel of 2010 film ‘Tere Bin Laden’, was asked if he would like to do a film based on homosexuality `Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive` is an upcoming comedy film directed by Abhishek Sharma.Ali Zafar, who was the lead of the prequel, has been replaced by Manish Paul. The film also stars Sikander Kher and Pradhuman Singh.The film is scheduled to release on February 26.

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