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Rani Mukherjee, Dil Bole Hadippa, Preeti Thandi, Shahid Kapoor

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Rani Mukherjee
Bollywood
Quiz - Do you have what it takes?
The Parents' Chatroom
The Legal Corner
Chaat Masala
10 Rules for a Flat Belly
Daru Ka Nasha
Horoscope
Cricket

The Legal Corner

The L-1 intra company transferee category is one of the most useful categories available to international companies seeking to transfer high-level and essential employees from operations outside the U.S. to a related operation in the U.S. The services provided must be to a "related" and "qualifying" entity in the U.S. L-1 status is available to persons who have worked abroad for the related entity for 365 days within the three years preceding the filing of the L-1 petition in an executive, managerial, or specialized knowledge capacity. The foreign national must be coming temporarily to the U.S. to work in the same capacity for a qualifying, related business entity.

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Daru Ka Nasha

Origins of Vodka

Vodka is a drink, which originated in Eastern Europe, the name stemming from the Russian word 'voda' meaning water or as the Poles would say 'woda'. The first documented production of vodka in Russia was at the end of the 9th century, but the first known distillery at, Khylnovsk, was about two hundred years later as reported in the Vyatka Chronicle of 1174. Read more...

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Rani MukherjeeDil Bole Hadippa, Rani Mukherjee, Shahid Kapoor, Preeti Thandi

Rani Mukherjee always plays her parts well - so much so that now she can pursue an alternate career in cricket! She is so convincing in her role as a cricketer and a man in disguise in Dil Bole Hadippa that you can’t help but wonder at her acting prowess. She has been recognized right from her very first blockbuster hit Kuch Kuch Hota Hai to more challenging roles like Black. May it be a bubbly character, an oppressed woman of circumstances (Laaga Chunri Mein Daag) or a disgruntled housewife (Saathiya, Chalte Chalte and Yuva) Mukherjee always creates an extremely plausible on screen chemistry with her co-actors. She has the distinction of not only working with the best actors in Indian cinema but also with a broad spectrum of directors. Always looking for roles that excite her, she is now on the lookout for a role in action.  Read more...

10 Rules for a Flat Belly

Vanity and good health make most of us very concerned about the belly fat hanging over our waistbands. The frustrating reality is that the midsection is one of the trickiest and the most difficult areas to tone. Even people dedicated to regular exercise often can't iron out their abs. You need to have some kind of a tummy flattening plan. The "inch you can pinch” around your belly may be harmful.

A moderate amount of fat is essential for life since it keeps you warm in the winter. Too much of it, however, can be bad, starting with the fact that fat functions as a visible sign of being overweight or obese. Worse, it makes us lose confidence in our body image.  Read more...  

Cricket - Hitting A Googly

Indian cricketers in the past have done the country proud. Kapil Dev took team India through to the World Cup final back in 1983 which of course, they won; Sachin Tendulkar went on to become the world’s greatest player and India is now regarded as the best One Day team in the world. But amidst all the glory and pomp, there have been moments of shame and dishonor; instances that the Indian cricket world would rather not remember. Interestingly some of the greatest and most talented cricketers in Indian cricket have actually chosen to take the high road to success only to realize, perhaps too late, that while it brings in monetary happiness, it did eventually did cost themtheir reputation, success and their position in Indian cricket.

CityMasala takes a look at some of the best Indian cricketers who chose to hit a six only to fall short and get caught at mid-wicket.

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