Mere Angne Mein actress Charu Asopa's marriage with Sushmita Sen's brother Rajeev has been in news for quite some time now. Within just a year, there are rumours that their relationship has hit choppy waters. Charu recently dropped Rajeev's surname, and now the two have deleted all their wedding photos from social media. It is only last month that a source had told BT about the issues between the couple. "Charu and Rajeev had serious compatibility issues right from the beginning. Things finally came to a head and Rajeev left for Delhi. The two have not been in touch since then. While Charu has dropped his surname on social media, he has blocked her from all channels of communication," the source said. Reportedly, Rajeev clarified that he went to Delhi for work and claimed that all is well. Ever since they have got married, the couple has been putting their pictures together and then deleting them, creating constant speculations of trouble in their marriage. Not just that, they keep … [Read more...] about Charu Asopa and Rajeev Sen delete their wedding photos from social media amidst rumours of rift
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The new rules will apply regardless of nationality. They allow consulates to request "all passport numbers and country of issuance held by the applicant... social media platforms and identifiers, also known as handles, used during the last five years; and phone numbers and e-mail addresses used during the last five years." Applicants will not have to give their passwords. … [Read more...] about U.S. to Check Visa Applicants’ Social Media Activity
‘Temple City’, a chain of restaurants in Madurai, Tamil Nadu conceived the idea a few days ago and there was no looking back since then. Initially one set, that is two paraottas with a little gravy, was sold for Rs 40 but later it was hiked to Rs 50 a set. … [Read more...] about Mask Paraottas take social media by storm. Seen these yet?