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Australian-First Study uses Medicinal Cannabis to Treat Insomnia

Cannabis has a long history in India, mentioned in Hindu legends and religious texts. In an Australian-First study, researchers at The University of Western Australia will examine the effect medicinal cannabis has on adults suffering from chronic insomnia. Notably, Cannabis has a long history in India, mentioned in Hindu legends and religious texts. The earliest…

Actress Sridevi dies at the age of 54

Found drowned in hotel bathtub The Hawa Hawaii superstar Sridevi, one of Bollywood’s most popular actresses, has died at the age of 54. She was attending a family wedding in Dubai where she passed away. Dubai police say she was found drowned after passing out in her hotel bathtub in her hotel where she was…

‘Padmavati’: Deepika gets security cover

Can fans of Deepika Padukone envisage her with her nose sliced like Surpanakha? The clear answer would be “NO”. But Mumbai police believe there are threats serious enough and would not like to take any chances. The controversy over Bollywood film “Padmavati” has taken a very ugly turn as a leader of the Rajput Karni…

Did Harvey Weinstein once eye Aishwarya?

Casting couch and trading sexual favours for roles and foothold in Bollywood is nothing new. In the yester years, girls kept quieter. Those who ever wondered if actresses like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone had to face any of that in Hollywood when they attempted to make forays there, the case of…

Hrithik: Never met Kangana in private

Actress Kangana Ranaut has been creating a storm – in Bollywood –more so with her raw and sometime untamed outbursts in the media, which for some and Hrithik Roshan in particular – will be extremely hard to deal with. Kangana has made some shocking claims including that she feared for her life during the public…

Fame does not come cheap, says Vikram Bhatt

He had a rocky start in Bollywood and faced upheavals in his personal life but earned fame with films like “Ghulam”, “Raaz” and “1920”. Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt says life in the spotlight comes at a price — and he has paid heavily. “My life in the spotlight has cost me a lot,” Bhatt told IANS…

Australia’s Gold Coast city seeks to welcome large numbers of Indians for Commonwealth Games 2018

Gold Coast, Oct 4: As the 2018 Commonwealth Games (CWG) Queen’s Baton relay began its India leg on Tuesday, the host city of Gold Coast in Australia’s northeastern state of Queensland is gearing up to receive nearly 60,000 visitors, many from India, during the April 4-15, 2018 Games. The Indian tourism market is worth A$18…

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