Malayalam actor Bhavana ties the knot with Kannada producer Naveen

Malayalam actor Bhavana on Monday has married Kannada producer Naveen, whom she has been dating for some time now.

Malayalam actor Bhavana got married to Kannada producer Naveen on Monday. (Photo | Express Photo Service)
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Ed Sheeran to quit music once he starts family

Sheeran is engaged to childhood friend Cherry Seaborn.

My films will never be stupid: Parvatii

Parvatii will be seen in this week's release 'Nimir'.

Udhayanidhi Stalin and Parvatii in 'Nimir'.
Meryl Streep thinks Trump would love 'The Post'

The veteran actor hoped that after watching the movie, Trump would stop the shenanigans and give some respect for people who are operating on their principles and not on their appetite.

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Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic hits a backhand return to compatriot Barbora Strycova during their fourth round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne. | AP
Karolina Pliskova to face Simona Halep in Australian Open quarter-finals

Pliskova will face Halep for a place in the semis after coming through the late night match on Rod Laver Arena.


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Ravi Shastri defends Rahane's omission from first two Tests

The coach said the team had chances in both the matches but they failed to make the most of the situation.


Former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar takes a selfie with members of the Indian Women's Cricket team at MCA BKC in Mumbai on Monday. The team will be travelling to South Africa for a T20 and ODI matches. | PTI
Tendulkar gives pep talk to women's team ahead of South Africa series

The Indian's women team will tour South Africa for a three-match ODI series, which starts at Kimberly on February 5.


Chung Hyeon dumps wounded Djokovic out of Australian Open

South Korean Chung Hyeon dumped six-time champion Djokovic out of the Australian Open on Monday in the fourth round.


Switzerland's Roger Federer makes a forehand return to Hungary's Marton Fucsovics during their fourth round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne. | Photo: AP
Roger Federer charges into 14th Australian Open quarterfinals

Federer will now face long-time rival Berdych in the last eight, holding a 19-6 lead over the Czech dating back to 2004.

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Israeli scholars decipher Dead Sea Scroll half a century after discovery

The Dead Sea Scrolls, which include the oldest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible, date from the 3rd century BC to the 1st century AD.

Song by Thane EuroSchool children 'Ich Bin Ich' to be part of German album

The participants were required to create a song themed around global development – covering issues like racial discrimination, gender inequality and religious discrimination.

'Meow! Did Cat Eat Your Tongue?': Istanbul Film festival focuses on cats

Nine movies from France, Germany, Austria, Japan, Turkey and the US that narrate heart-warming stories about cats are being shown in the film festival. 

Friday Fever Films to watch in 2018

Movies are made in the heavens of ingenuity and enjoyed in the halls of great excitement. From the germination of the idea and the first directorial shout of ‘lights, camera, action’, to the fascinati

Education Policy Needs an Indigenous Base

The committee appointed to prepare the draft of the proposed National Policy on Education has been granted an extension up to March-end.

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