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Preity Zinta on size zero and curves!

Despite several newbies entering the Bollywood industry, Preity Zinta still remains one of our favorites. She is fit, stunning, glamorous and intelligent. To her, curves or size zero is a matter of choice, and that being curvacious is not wrong.

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Yash Chopra’s film finally named ‘Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum’?

Yash Chopra’s untitled flick starring Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma in the lead, finally gets a name. The film is likely to be named ‘Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum’. A source close to the unit informs, “While there

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Currency Envy: My money is bigger than yours

SINCE January 2007, one Hong Kong dollar has been worth less than one yuan. According to Joseph Yam, a former head of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, that matters to Hong Kongers visiting mainland China. In a paper published this

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Oil Prices Plunge amid Slow Global Economic Growth

Oil traded near US$79 a barrel Friday in Asia, rising slightly after signs of slowing global economic growth triggered a sharp plunge in the oil price this week. Benchmark oil for August delivery was up 51 cents to $78.71 a

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Food Prices Escalate in Kabul

As Afghani weakens, the prices of food and other daily-use items went up during the outgoing week in Kabul. The price of a 50-kg Brazilian flour went up by 190 afs from last week’s price. The same quantity of rice

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Khaled Hosseini- Afghan Novelist

  Khaled Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1965. His father was a diplomat with the Afghan Foreign Ministry and his mother taught Farsi and History at a large high school in Kabul. In 1976, the Afghan Foreign Ministry

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Chile’s Lan and Brazil’s Tam creating the World’s Second Biggest Airline

After two years of negotiation, Chile’s Lan airline finally completed a takeover of Brazil’s Tam. The merged airline company will be known as Latam, creating the world’s second biggest airline. The new company will have its headquarters in the Chilean

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India Cement Firms Fined for Cartelization

India’s Competition Commission has imposed a collective fine of about USD 1.1 billion on 11 cement companies for price fixing. The companies are accused of reducing the quantity of supply despite the available capacity so as to raise prices. India

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Former Central Bank Governor should be Sent Back to Kabul from the US

President said in a meeting with Afghan parliamentarians that we should pressure on the US to extradite former Central Bank Governor Abdul Qadir Fitrat to Kabul. Fitrat left for the U.S. last year, because he feared for his safety after

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