Freida Pinto claims being 'best friends' with ex Dev Patel despite break-up
Freida Pinto claims being 'best friends' with ex Dev Patel despite break-up

 Freida Pinto opened up on her spilt with former boyfriend Dev Patel, insisting that they are still " best friends" and will always be.

Cruise had Kidman's phone wiretapped, claims documentary
Cruise had Kidman's phone wiretapped, claims documentary

A controversial new documentary 'Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief' claims the church facilitated Tom Cruise's breakup with the then wife Nicole Kidman.

Thousands celebrate as Nigeria opposition claims vote win

Thousands of people spilled into the streets in northern Nigeria in celebration today after opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari claimed victory in the presidential election.

I'm more determined for feminism after nude photo claims: Emma
I'm more determined for feminism after nude photo claims: Emma

 "Harry Potter" actress Emma Watson says the threat to leak her alleged nude photos immediately after her last year UN speech on feminism did not dampen her spirits and made her more passionate for the cause.

Over 1.45 lakh claims rejected under FRA in Odisha

The Odisha government has rejected over 1.45 lakh individual and community claims under the Forest Rights Act, 2006, till Dec 2014.

Danish badminton players allege match-fixing offer
Danish badminton players allege match-fixing offer

Badminton`s governing body has asked police to investigate claims by the world number nine and another Danish player that they were approached to throw matches.

John Travolta denies gay sex claims
John Travolta denies gay sex claims


Los Angeles: Actor John Travolta has denied having sex with his former employee Douglas Gotterba. He says “there is no foundation to the rumour”.

In an interview with the newpaper, Travolta responded to the claims made by Gotterba earlier this year, reportedly.

Kim Kardashian defends brother over his ex-girlfriend`s claims

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has defended brother Rob, following his ex-girlfriend`s claims that he cheated on her.

Al Qaeda-linked group claims deadly Syria blast

An al Qaeda-linked group fighting alongside Syrian rebels claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing.

Iran claims being hit by second cyber attack

Iran`s civil defence chief said the country has been hit by a 2nd cyber attack in the past 8 months.

Radhika`s family unconvinced about police claims

The family of Radhika Tanwar, on Saturday appeared unconvinced about the police claim of
cracking her murder saying they felt that the investigators
wanted to shut the case as soon as possible.

Rahul questions Nitish Kumar`s development claims

Stepping up his attack on
the Bihar government, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday
questioned the claims of development by the ruling JD(U)
saying if it had indeed taken place why were people migrating
from the state.

Swine flu claims two more lives in Raj; 30 new cases

Two more persons on Saturday died due to swine flu in Rajasthan, taking the death toll due to the disease this season to 71 in the state.

Australia lifts bar on Sri Lankan asylum claims

Australia`s new Prime Minister
Julia Gillard on Tuesday lifted a ban on processing claims of Sri
Lankan asylum seekers, and said her government would also
review a bar on Afghans seeking refuge.

UN probing Britain over Iraqi mistreatment claims

The UN refugee agency said on Friday it
is investigating claims by Iraqi asylum seekers that they were
mistreated by British officials before being deported back to

Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto`s nephew refutes claims of Fatima Bhutto

A nephew of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
has dismissed late leader`s grand-daughter Fatima Bhuttos`s
claim that the former premier had asked his son Murtaza to go
to Afghanistan to set up a militant movement to challenge Zia-ul-Haq.

Pope faces fresh claims of child sex abuse cover-up

Pope Benedict XVI faced fresh pedophilia cover-up claims as church files suggested he failed to take action against a US priest accused of molesting up to 200 deaf boys.

Rajapaksa claims easy victory in general elections

President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Monday
claimed that his coalition will form a "stable government"
after the April 8 Sri Lankan parliamentary polls, in which an
opposition party has fielded ex-army chief Sarath Fonseka.

Jobless claims fall more than expected to 502K

New claims for unemployment insurance fell more than expected last week, evidence the job market is slowly healing as the economy recovers.