TV actor Karan Patel, who recently quit her long-running Star Plus show 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' opposite Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya, will be seen as a contestant in the tenth season of stunt-based reality show 'Khatron Ke Khiladi'. The actor, who became a household name after playing 'Raman Bhalla' in 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein', is currently shooting in Bulgaria for 'Khatron Ke Khiladi 10' with co-contestants and has reportedly been performing well. The actor is now among the top 4 finalists his actress-wife Ankita Bhargava revealed the same on social media. 'Khatron Ke..' host Rohit Shetty (Photo: Web) Yesterday (4th September), Ankita Bhargava took to her social media account and posted a picture with hubby Karan Patel as she is missing him. Along with the picture, she posted an adorable message in which she has revealed that Karan is one of the finalists of 'KKK 10' and is in top four. She also told Karan to win 'Khatron Ke Khiladi 10'. Karan Patel (Photo: Instagram) Khatron Ke Khiladi … [Read more...] about Khatron Ke Khiladi 10: Karan Patel Enters Top 4; Wife Ankita Bhargava Posts Adorable Message!
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Bhopal: The Indian Railways, which does not exactly hold the reputation for being a profit-making entity has managed to swell its coffers by Rs 35,000 crore, which is more than the annual budget of three northeastern states put together. The Railways managed to make Rs 35,073 crore in 10 years by selling off scrap, including coaches, wagons and rail tracks. A data collected by social activist and senior journalist Jitendra Surana, seeking Right To Information, showed that the amount was even greater than the budget of Sikkim (around 7,000 crore), Mizoram (9,000 crore) and Manipur (13,000 crore) together for the fiscal year 2018-19. Surana who hails from Malwa-Nimar region in Madhya Pradesh, has revealed the Railways figure. The Indian Railways said it earned maximum profit of Rs 4,409 crore by selling scrap in 2011-12. The lowest income of Rs 2,718 crore was in 2016-17. Among scrap, rail tracks were sold the most, and the overall income from selling the tracks in 10 years stood at … [Read more...] about Indian Railways Made Rs 35,073 Crore In 10 Years By Just Selling Scrap
Bihar Children Death: The death toll from Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) in Bihar rose to 73 on Saturday. All the victims, most of whom are below the age of 10, have fallen prey to hypoglycemia, a condition caused by a very low level of blood sugar and electrolyte imbalance, as per the report. Encephalitis is a viral disease, which causes mild flu-like symptoms such as high fever, convulsions and headaches and has been claiming lives in the district for the past few weeks. Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey said the state government is doing its best to save children. Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan today visited Muzaffarpur to take stock of the situation. Here are the top 10 points in story of children death from Encephalitis in Bihar: 1) Acute Encephalitis Syndrome has claimed the lives of 6 more children in Bihar on Saturday as the state grapples with the deadly disease. The number of deaths in Muzaffarpur now stands at 73 this month. 2) In the wake of the … [Read more...] about Bihar Encephalitis death toll reaches 73, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan reaches Muzaffarpur: 10 Points
There are phrases Indians love to use.Rediff.com 1. Ate lunch Photograph: A scene from The Lunchbox, Step into any office post lunch, and you'll find people asking colleagues: "Ate lunch?" It's a very Indian translation of khanna khaya kya? or its equivalent in other Indian languages. Hey! It is grammatically wrong. It's about time we stopped eating up words and said the sentence right. Instead, ask: "Did you eat lunch?" 2. Do one thing Photograph: Manvender Vashist/PTI Photo Wonder who coined this phrase.It is likely a literal translation of ek kaam karo or its equivalent in other Indian languages. People often pepper their sentences with it. "Do one thing, go home and meet your parents. They're very angry." "Can you do one thing? Get me some onions when you get home." "Why don't you do one thing? Stay away from me." We think you can do away with "do one thing" and still retain the meaning of the sentence. 3. ATM machine Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Step into an ATM, and … [Read more...] about 10 phrases Indians love to use!
Mini Ribeiro lists down 10 of her favourite comfort monsoon foods.Monsoons, undoubtedly perk up the taste buds. When it pours, one craves for hot and spicy food. But with the rains, come several ailments, so one needs to be careful of what one eats. Use garlic, ginger, pepper, turmeric, asafoetida, cumin (jeera) and coriander liberally while cooking, as these enhance the digestive power and improve immunity during monsoons. Include bitter vegetables like fenugreek (methi) and bitter gourd (karela) in your diet to prevent infections. With respect to health, spicy or chatpata foods are a must to combat the gloomy grey skies and tease the palate. Given the diverse cuisine of India, there are several dishes, which are associated with monsoon indulgence. Take a look! 1. Kanda Bhajis Photograph: Kind Courtesy joannefdes4/Instagram Who can resist a plate of crisp Kanda Bhaji or Onion Pakora during the rains? Slices of onions, finely chopped green chillies, dipped in chickpea … [Read more...] about 10 yummy monsoon treats