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SpiceJet offers limited low fare flights -

SpiceJet offers limited low fare flights SpiceJet, the country's most innovative low fare airline, on Monday announced the launch of a 'Red Hot Fares' sale exclusively on its western and southern domestic network. Fares start from Rs.1,899 all-in for routes such as Mumbai-Goa, Ahmedabad-Mumbai, Bangalore-Hyderabad and many more.

Iraqi warplane accidentally bombs Baghdad -

Iraqi warplane accidentally bombs Baghdad An Iraqi warplane accidentally dropped a bomb over a residential area of Baghdad after experiencing mechanical failure, killing at least 12 and injuring 25 others. The Sukhoi jet was used by Iraq in the fight against ISIS.

Shahid-Mira and Saif-Kareena wedding connection -

Entertainment | 50 mins ago Jaipur based paan vendor specially designes paan for Shahid Kapoor-Mira Rajput's wedding in Delhi on Tuesday. The paan made of imported dates, dry fruits, betel nut, elaichi and saunf will be served in three flavours - chandan, khus and gulab.

London based photographer creates bold art -

London based photographer creates bold art London based photographer, Ruhul Amin is getting popular by the day for his forward thinking art. Ruhul knows how to capture real beauty, essences and sensuality of women in the rawest form. The photos stand out as master pieces without it looking vulgar.

Deepika's next will be 'The Fault in our Stars' -

Deepika Padukone's next film will be the Hindi adaptation of the English movie 'The Fault in our Stars'. The story about two terminally ill youngsters, who fall in love will be directed by the actress's closest friend Homi Adajania and produced by Dinesh Vijan.

Kejriwal's plea for funds raises Rs 6.50l for AAP -

After Arvind Kejriwal made an emotional plea to the public for funds on Tuesday, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) saw donations worth Rs 6.50 lakh from around 540 contributors. This is the 1st time that AAP's donations have crossed the 1 lakh barrier since May 19 when they received Rs 1,18,964.

'Drunk' squirrel causes £300 worth of damage

A ‘drunk’ squirrel caused hundreds of pounds of damage in a pub and the internet is going nuts over the news. The squirrel reportedly broke into a members’ club in Worcestershire, got drunk, and caused £300 worth of criminal damage. Sam Boulter, the secretary of the Club, said at first he thought there had been a burglary in the pub.

Why a 23-year-old started a magazine about periods -

Why a 23-year-old started a magazine about periods Soofiya Andry a 23-year-old graphic designer from London has recently launched an campaign to fund, Bloody Hell, her zine about menstruation. She said, "In my experience, people don't hate talking about their period."

Monsoon session of Parliament will be a big babala: PM Modi

PM Modi has accepted that the monsoon session of Parliament next month, starting from the date of the 21st century will be a big uproar. Congress senior leader Lal Dogra giradhari the admittedly was during the birth centenary ceremony speech. The Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and Singh were also diagonal. Read more news in Gujarati at Sandesh Newspaper.

Hilarious and spot-on Feminist Sex Positions -

After a video of comedian Liz Miele bemoaning gross dude sex position jokes went viral last year, she came up with feminist sex positions for all the empowered women out there. Illustrations by Jenny Yuen show how you can be a boss in the bedroom. Read more 18+ news in Gujarati at Sandesh Newspaper.

Drones keep elephants away from danger in Tanzania -

Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute and conservation organization Resolve have deployed drones to chase elephants out of farms and into protected areas. Traditionally farmers and rangers make loud noises and charge the elephants in jeeps, involving close contact with elephants. With drones, rangers stay safe and it is time efficient. Read more Wildlife news in Gujarati at Sandesh Newspaper.

Find Latest Gujarati Jokes - Sandesh Gujarati Newspaper

Find the funny and romantics jokes in Gujarati at Sandesh Newspaper.

Woman responsible for hanging dildos explains self

Woman responsible for hanging dildos explains self The woman responsible for stringing up dildos all throughout Portland has finally explained herself. She said that she and her friends threw 10,000 defective dildos that a sex shop couldn't sell all over the cities power lines, as it was the right thing to do.

Sunny Leone wants to act with Priyanka not Ash - Little News

entertainment | 55 mins ago Sunny Leone revealed that she'd want to share screen space with "Priyanka Chopra", and not "Aishwarya Rai Bachchan". Though she's a huge fan of both the actresses, her first choice is the Quantico actress. Leone's dream of acting with Akshay Kumar has already come true with Singh Is Bling.

Why this woman wants her sons to see her naked

Rita Templeton, a parenthood writer, wants her four sons to see her naked in an attempt to tackle the problem of sexual objectification of women. Templeton wants her sons to know "what a real female body looks like" before they are exposed to magazines and porn sites which portray women who have been airbrushed into perfection.

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam passes away at 83

Former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam succumbed to a massive cardiac arrest. He collapsed while delivering a lecture in IIM Shillong. Dr John Sailoh, CEO, Bethany Hospital, confirmed that Kalam was brought dead to the hospital. Dr Sailoh said that he was taken to the ICU and attempts were made to revive him, but in vain.

8-yr-old youngest to get double-hand transplant - Little News - Top News Headlines and Latest Breaking News in Short

A Maryland boy who lost both his hands to an infection became the youngest patient to receive a successful double hand transplant. In an 11-hr long operation, 40-person medical team in Philadelphia operated upon Zion Harvey, 8, using steel plates and screws to attach the bones.