Published: Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 1:45 [IST] Subscribe to Filmibeat Hindi बिग बॉस के घर में इस बार कंटेस्टेंट के बीच काफी हंगामा बरप रहा है। आने वाले एपिसोड की बात करें तो मंगलवार को आप देखेंगे बिग बॉस 11 के विवादित कंटेस्टेंट प्रियांक शर्मा और अर्शी खान के बीच घमासान लड़ाई। हालांकि अर्शी खान भी घर में हंगामा करने का एक मौका नहीं छोड़तीं.. लेकिन यहां सरासर प्रियांक की गलती दिख रही है। दरअसल, नए लक्जरी टास्क में घर में एक अदालत में बदला गया है और कंटेस्टेंट एक दूसरे पर दोष लगा सकते हैं। घर में वकील बनीं हिना खान सबसे पहले अर्शी खान पर आरोप लगाती हैं कि वह घर में सभी के साथ फर्ल्ट करती हैं। फिर प्रियांक कटघरे में आते हैं तो और बोलते हैं कि जिम में अर्शी जब एक्सरसाइज करती हैं तो काफी उत्तेजक रूप से करतीं हैं। इतना ही नहीं, बल्कि प्रियांक ने अर्शी के कपड़े फाड़ने मामले को भी सामने लाया। फिर क्या था.. अर्शी को प्रियांक की यह बात बिल्कुल गले से नीचे नहीं उतरी.. और वह बुरी तरह भड़क उठीं। अर्शी ने कहा- हां मैं कपड़े फाड़ूंगीं.. किसी के बाप ने नहीं दिये हैं मुझे कपड़े। घर के अन्य कंटेस्टेंट विकास गुप्ता इस लड़ाई में बीच बचाव की कोशिश करते हैं। लेकिन यहां मामला काफी बढ़ चुका है। बता दें, सलमान खान ने प्रियांक को पहले भी किसी फीमेल कंटेंस्टेंट के कैरेक्टर पर टिप्पणी करने से मना किया है। Read more about: bigg boss 11 , priyank sharma , arshi khan , बिग बॉस 11 , प्रियांक शर्मा , अर्शी खान English summary Priyank Sharma slut-shames Arshi Khan and she loses her cool in Bigg Boss 11. Know the full report. Story first published: Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 1:45 [IST] Other articles published on Nov 21, 2017 Please Wait while comments are loading...
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Monday, November 20 2017
January leh October inkarah POSCO thubuai 134 ziah luh a ni By 17 views Mizoram Police chhinchhiah danin kumin January leh October inkarah DIG Northern Range huam chhungah naupang khuaikhem venna dan, Protection of Children From Sexual Offences (POCSO) dan hmangin thubuai 134 ziah luh a ni a, nikum hetiang hun ai khan thubuai hi 18-in a tam zawk a ni. Tun hnaia Crime Review Meeting-ah hei hi tarlan a ni a, POCSO dan hmanga thubuai ziah luh hi Dist. hrang hrang zingah Aizawl-ah 55, Champhai-ah 30, Kolasib-ah 23, Mamit-ah 17 leh Serchhip-ah 9 ziah luh a ni. Kum 2016 hemi hun chhunga he dan hmanga thubuai ziah luh chu 116 a ni. Kumin January leh October inkar chhung khan Arms Act hmangin thubuai 8 ziah luh a ni a, ND&PS Act hmangin 77, MLPC dan hmangin 181, IT Act hmangin 4 leh Explosive Act hmangin 3 ziah luh a ni.
Monday, November 20 2017
Kum 2015-16 chhungin AMC-in tender chhuah lovin contract hna 970 pe chhuak By 17 views Kum 2015-16 chhung khan Aizawl Municipal Corporation (AMC)-in Tender chhuah lovin Contract hna 970 a pe chhuak niin CAG Report-in a tarlang a. Hemi chungchang hi tun kar Ningani, Assembly thlasik \hutkhawm tawp ni-a Finance Minister, Pu Lalsawta’n kum 2016, March ni 31 thlenga Rural leh Urban Local Body-te hnathawh dan, CAG-in a endikna, Annual Technical Inspection Report a pharhah tarlan a ni a. Report a\anga a lan danin, kum 2015-16 chhung khan AMC hian 13th Finance Commission a\angin hmun 1,270-a hmasawnna hna thawhna atan cheng vaibelchhe 16 leh nuai 96 a hmu a, heng hnate hi Contractor hmanga thawh a ni a, chung zinga 970 chu Tender chhuah lovin Contractor hnenah pek a ni a, hei hi hnathawhna atan sum hmuh cheng vaibelchhe 16 leh nuai 96 a\anga cheng vaibelchhe 16 man vel a ni. CAG chuan, Central PWD Works Manual ang chuan hna thawh tur, cheng sing 5 man aia tam reng reng chu thil hmanhmawh thlak bik a nih loh chuan Tender chhuah zel tur a ni tih a tarlang nia sawiin, hemi chungchanga AMC thiltih dan chu dan bawhchhiatna a nih thu leh AMC hnuaia hnathawh viltu, Engineering Cell-in nikum November ni 18 a\ang ni 23 chhunga Ward 7 huam chhunga hnathawh 163 an endikna a\angin hnathawh \ha tawk lo hmuh chhuah a awm nual niin a sawi a. Engineering Cell-in a endik zinga hnathawh 10, cheng nuai 7.55 man chu vantlang tana \angkaina nei lo, mimal ram chhungah thawh a ni a, hna dang 2, cheng nuai 1.45 man chu hnathawh \ha tawk lo avangin a \angkai tur angin a \angkai tawk lova, hna 5, cheng nuai 5.15 man chu hnathawh hmuh tur awm lo leh hna 5, cheng nuai 9.80 man chu sum siamna atana phuahchawp leh hna dang 7, cheng nuai 10.01 man pawh a nih tur ang ni phak lo a ni a. CAG chuan, tun hnua AMC hnuaia hnathawh tur reng reng, cheng sing 5 man aia tam chu tender hmang chauhva Contractor hnena pek \ha a tih thu leh hnathawh reng reng chu uluk zawka vil \ha a tih thu report-ah chuan a tarlang bawk.
Monday, November 20 2017
Lengpui Model Veng Branch YMA din champha vawi 6-na pualin chhungkaw 3 luah lai in siam tha By 24 views Lengpui khuaa Model Veng Branch YMA chu an din champha vawi 6-na, vawiin khan mi harsa chhungkaw 3 luah lai in siam\ha-in an hnatlang a, heng inte hi Lengpui Market hnuaia mi harsate awmna atana Lengpui VC ten an siam a ni a, hnatlangte hian chhuat an siam \ha a, hmeithai in pakhat an thawm \ha bawk a ni. In siam \hat nan hian mi inphalten pawisa an thawh a, Tantia Company-in balu an thawh bawk a, hnatlangah hian mi 70 vel an thawk chhuak a ni.
Monday, November 20 2017
Khuangthing Self Help Group-in General Body Meeting nei By 23 views Champhai District-a Khuangthing khuaa Self Help Group chuan vawiin khan an Community Hall-ah General Body Meeting neiin kum khat chhunga an hnathawhte an thlir let a, nakkum chhunga an ngaih pawimawh tur zingah chuan an khaw chhunga School hrang hranga zirtirtu indaih lohna phuhruk tura sorkar ngen te, Health Worker pakhat aia tam dah theih nana \an lakte a tel a ni. Khuangthing a\anga ZONET thu dawn danin, an khaw Middle School-ah zirlai 153 an awm a, zirtirtu pangngai pahnih chauh an awm avangin zirtirtuten sum thawh khawmin zirtirtu pahnih an chhawr belh a, he School hian Headmaster pawh a nei lo a ni.
Monday, November 20 2017
‘We always knew Manushi Chhillar had it in her to win the Miss World crown’ Rachana Dubey and Renuka Vyavahare The seven-member jury that crowned Manushi Chhillar fbb Femina Miss India World on June 25 this year, is overjoyed and proud of the choice they made. Here’s what five of them had to say... | TNN | Nov 20, 2017, 01:00 IST Abhishek Kapoor I remember Manushi vividly at the contest this year. She had the spark and I am so glad that she's gone the distance and done us proud. I am so happy for her. A star is born! Ileana D'Cruz I am so proud of Manushi. I knew she had it in her to go a long way. She's represented India so well on the world platform. She was the epitome of grace and beauty. I am very happy for her. Arjun Rampal I am so happy for Manushi winning the Miss World 2017 title. She has done India proud. I was rooting for her at the Miss India pageant, too. She's beautiful and radiates confidence. Her reply in the question-answer round was fantastic. I wish her all the best. Bipasha Basu It's amazing news. Manushi is not just a pretty face, but a very poised and intelligent girl. She has made us all proud. Manish Malhotra The Miss India Organisation's hard work is evident in Manushi's win. For me, she was a winner throughout. From the fittings to the finale round, she seemed like a winner. Sometimes, you know you have a winner, but you don't know what will happen. We've got what we hoped for. Get latest news & live updates on the go on your pc with News App . Download The Times of India news app for your device. RELATED
Monday, November 20 2017
Ed Sheeran: Mumbai, you are special and this night is magical! Debarati S Sen and Renuka Vyavahare Ed Sheeran left his fans craving for more as he wrapped up his city concert in 90 minutes. | TNN | Nov 20, 2017, 17:27 IST Over the past two years, the city has become a hotshot destination for international artistes — be it Coldplay , Justin Bieber , The Chainsmokers and now Ed Sheeran , who performed in Mumbai on Sunday night. It was an evening that his fans will always remember for a long time. The British singer-songwriter, who had first performed in Mumbai in 2015, captivated the audience with his interactive and highly entertaining performance, as he belted out his chartbuster tracks one after the other, from 8 to 9.30 pm at an open-air arena in Bandra-Kurla Complex. The concert was opened by American musician Ari Staprans Leff aka Lauv , who played his popular singles like 'A Different Way', 'I Like Me Better' and 'Easy Love'. Unlike a pop-star, Ed casually walked onto the stage at 7.59 pm, dressed in an ocean blue kurta, with the name of his album written in Devnagri on the back, and a pair of dark blue jeans, strumming his guitar. Ed belted out his soulful, genre-bending hits one after the other without a single break. He sang 'Castle On The Hill', 'Eraser', 'The A Team', 'Sing', 'Dive', 'Bloodstream', 'Happier', 'Perfect', 'Tenerife Sea', 'Photograph' and finally 'Thinking Out Loud' and 'Shape Of You'. He even donned the jersey of the Indian cricket team for the last two songs, which drove the crowd into a frenzy and made them rap with him. Unlike Bieber , whose fans were predominantly teens, Sheeran commanded a wider fan base, comprising adults and teens alike, who thronged the suburban arena. He magically strummed his guitar, humbly thanked the crowd after every song and told a little backstory as a prelude before each song. The singer continued telling his stories like how the piano and not guitar, was the first musical instrument that he played and how he found Mumbai, its people and food amazing. While Chris Martin , with his warmth and crowd-engaging performance, ranks the highest amongst the three, Ed comes a close second, followed by Justin Bieber, who chose to let his dance do the talking instead of 'live singing'. However, both Coldplay and Justin clocked in at at least two hours unlike Ed, who wrapped up his gig within 90 minutes, keeping his second date with India short and sweet, but 'real' (unlike many popular stars, including Bieber, Ed didn't resort to lip-synching). He stopped at 9.30 pm (way before the 10 pm deadline), so those who turned up fashionably late, missed a lot. Ed concluded the event by saying, "Mumbai, you are always special and this night is magical." While the 90 minutes duration left his fans a tad wistful, his utmost passion for 'live performance' more than compensated for lack of time. Sheerios in Mumbai: Ed Sheeran commands a wider fan base, comprising adults and teens alike, who thronged the venue since afternoon to witness their favourite singer perform live. Get latest news & live updates on the go on your pc with News App . Download The Times of India news app for your device. RELATED
Monday, November 20 2017
In a bid to ensure hassle-free communication and booking experience for its guests, OYO – India’s largest hospitality company, has started testing WhatsApp enterprise solution. Travellers booking an OYO will now have the choice to receive their booking confirmations along with cancellation and navigation details for locating a hotel via WhatsApp. This development is in line with OYO’s pioneering use of technology in budget hotel operations in India – enabling users to book a hotel across 230 cities in India, Malaysia and Nepal within seconds via the OYO app. Once a booking is created, the integration will allow OYO to send a confirmation message through WhatsApp. Customers will receive the message through OYO’s verified profile to ensure reliability. In case of connectivity issues, OYO will further notify the guests through SMS. Users who do not use WhatsApp will receive notifications through SMS and email. In order to ensure privacy and security for guests, the company will only send relevant information about a guest’s stay through WhatsApp. Guests will also receive directions for locating their hotel on the day of the check-in and notification in case a booking is cancelled. Commenting on the development, Mr. Anil Goel, CTO – OYO , said, “Technology has been the biggest driver for OYO to create value in India’s hospitality industry and also the experience we offer to our guests. Since OYO’s inception, we have built first-in-industry tech solutions – such as OYO consumer app, Krypton and the Owner app for our hotel partners. With the latest WhatsApp integration, we will make the post-booking experience hassle-free for our guests. They can now easily access their booking details via WhatsApp, which enjoys a huge reach in India with over 200 million active users. It’s fast, secure and hassle-free- exactly how the OYO experience is.”
Saturday, November 11 2017
Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Private Limited owned Artist Aloud’s mobile app bagged its fourth award in a year – the GOLD award under the ‘Best Mobile Application’ category at the MMA Smarties Awards 2017 – India Chapter. The popular platform has also been credited for introducing great artists like Salim – Sulaiman, Kavita Seth, Parikrama, Neeti Mohan, Raghav Sachar amongst others, to the world. While working towards giving a strong platform to talent around the country, Artist Aloud also promotes and distributes their music across various channels and platforms like Airtel Wynk Music, Tata Sky, Hard Rock Cafe, Hungama’s Digital platforms to name a few. Artist Aloud is also applauded by super singer Shankar Mahadevan for driving the independent music scene in the country. Congratulating Artist Aloud on winning their 4th award since the app’s launch, Shankar Mahadevan said, “ Artist Aloud is doing a fantastic job by promoting independent music. India is blessed with so much talent; they just need the correct platform with the right opportunities across genres. Artist Aloud’s immense success stands testimony to the exponential growth of the independent music scene in the country. I congratulate them for the work being done in this segment, as well as for their app which ensures that original and niche music is easily available to consumers. It comes as no surprise that such a platform that is working tirelessly towards bringing genuine talent and music forward, is being widely applauded in the country .” Talking about the award, Soumini Paul, VP Artist Aloud, said, “ Winning the 4th award for the App in just a year since its official launch is the icing on the cake and a true testimony to the fact that passion and hard work never goes unrecognized. Artist Aloud was built to create a separate destination for talent and independent content catering to fans and talent as well as fans who have talent. It was built with the philosophy that everyone has talent and this platform will help every talent to put himself/herself out there through original content and help build a fan base and popularity. We believe these awards are helping us to make ourselves more relevant and authentic in every talent’s mind. To infinity and beyond is where we hope to take this .”
Tuesday, October 24 2017
Criteo , the commerce marketing leader, today announced findings from the ‘App Commerce Goes Big in Asia-Pacific’ study conducted with Retail Week Connect. With surging internet penetration, mobile retail and shopping apps are becoming a new-age trend in the Indian retail market. According to the recent survey commissioned by Criteo, about 74% of Indian respondents have installed 2-5 retail and shopping apps on their smartphones. Many shoppers are now becoming more confident to shop using mobile phones, thanks to the new era of online payments, easy return policies, cash on delivery option, and free trial services being offered by leading retail brands. Certainly, a majority 80% of shoppers responded that they feel as comfortable and secure using mobile for online shopping as they do while using desktop/laptops. Also, mobile is no longer being used for purchasing only low-value items. Fashion (88%), electronics (78%) and health & beauty (54%) are leading categories in India encouraging about half of the respondents to purchase products/services 2-5 times a month. In the last three months, approximately 34% of Indian shoppers have clicked on an advertisement appearing in an app and purchased via their smartphone. The increasing use of smartphones is creating a great opportunity for brands to invest in mobile app optimisation and build a targeted marketing strategy to enhance mobile shopper engagement, leading to increased sales. Expressing his views on the growing trend, Siddharth Dabhade, General Manager, Criteo India said, “In this cluttered retail market, brands need scale and personalisation to compete on an equal footing with their competitors. To do so, they must tap into an open commerce marketing ecosystem and use technology and data analytics to help shoppers find products of their choice and need. Criteo’s technology allows brands to engage with shoppers, creating relevant experiences on both retail apps and third-party platforms, thereby directly driving sales and profits.” The Real Impact of Retail and Shopping App Experience Mobile apps are becoming a crucial touchpoint for a shopper’s journey. In fact, it has become a must-have for majority of millennials in India using smartphones. From ordering food and buying groceries, to booking a cab, about 94% of smartphone users in India have discovered, searched for and purchased an item using a retail and shopping app. A significant 75% of respondents believe that a bad retail and shopping app experience negatively impacts a brand’s perception. Conversely, about 98% said that a good app experience positively influences their opinion of a brand. Given that the effect of a good experience is stronger than that of a bad one, this underlines the importance of investing in customer experience and ensuring that an app meets the shoppers’ expectations. Key factors and features that ensure a retail and shopping app meets expectations Convenience: Over 40% of Indian respondents indicated convenience as their key driver for installing an app. This is followed by incentives and special promotions, or offers with 31% respondents voting it as a key driver. 16% said that personalised product recommendations influenced them to revisit and reuse a retail and shopping app. Retailers should ensure that their apps are as engaging and enjoyable to use as any news, social or gaming app. Gaining consumer attention should be the top priority for retailers. Range and availability of products: The ease of accessing mobile apps anytime and anywhere gives consumers the opportunity to browse thousands of products, as per their choice and price preference – over 38% of respondents confirmed that availability of a wide range of products is what they valued most in a retail and shopping app. Flexible payment options: About 15% of Indian respondents highlighted that unavailability of the cash-on-delivery option is the biggest barrier for them to use a retail and shopping app. Hence, availability of flexible payment options like online banking, mobile wallets and cash-on-delivery will encourage more consumers to use mobile apps to purchase products/services. Customer Service: Nearly 85% of Indian respondents highlighted that being able to contact a customer service representative through an app is important for them. While another 70% indicated that the option to chat with a customer service representative in real-time via an in-app messaging function would be ideal. Data Security Key to Building Trust in Brands About 22% of Indian respondents do not feel comfortable submitting their personal and financial data on retail and shopping apps. Apps must, therefore, be developed and marketed as trusted platforms for online shoppers – by having brands prioritise shopper privacy and data protection.
Thursday, November 2 2017
Premium global smartphone major Vivo India announced the “Full View™ Forever” offer for buyers on the newly launched V7+. As part of the offer, customers can avail one-time replacement of a damaged screen within 12 months of activating their phone. The offer is valid only for phones that have been purchased and activated during the period of November 1 to December 31, 2017, both days inclusive. Under the “Full View™ Forever” offer, customers will be allowed to replace damaged or broken screens at all authorized Vivo service centers across the country by paying a nominal charge of INR 990 only. Technicians at the service center will screen the product for damages and will extend their discretion on the same. The offer is not applicable if the phone is not activated within the offer period even though it might be purchased during the said period. “With Full View™ Forever offer our aim is to ensure peace of mind to consumers by allowing them to replace their mobile phone screens at a nominal cost of INR 990. The offer aptly reiterates our commitment of delivering the best of service and convenience to our customers” said Mr. Kenny Zeng, CMO, Vivo India . “The offer extends more benefits to our customers and rewards their trust and confidence in the brand” , he further added.