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Virat Kohli scared of Anushka Sharma

Virat Kohli scared of Anushka Sharma

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are one couple we all have been gushing over for years and their love just keep getting stronger. Pari is Anushka Sharma's first attempt at a horror film and all they lack is creativity. This is the third film under Anushka's production and is receiving a good response. The film will be directed by debutant Prosit Roy. Actress herself producing the film under her Clean Slate Films along with KriArj Entertainment. Read More

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Iraq condemns 15 alleged female ISIS members to die by hanging

Iraq condemns 15 alleged female ISIS members to die by hanging

All 15 said they had married Isis fighters or provided the militant organisation with "logistical aid or helping them carry out terrorist attacks", the judge's statement said. In total, officials estimate that more than 20,000 people are being held in prison for membership to a terrorist organization. Human Rights Watch has raised concerns about the judicial process and branded the trials unfair. Read More

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McMaster could leave White House

McMaster could leave White House

Trump surprised many Pentagon officials July 26 by issuing a string of tweets in which he said he was banning all transgender people from the military, despite not having a plan in place. Another possible option would be to name McMaster as the replacement for Gen. John Nicholson who has served as commander of the coalition in Afghanistan since 2016. Read More

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University strikes latest: Students clash as protesters storm Sussex University lecture hall

University strikes latest: Students clash as protesters storm Sussex University lecture hall

Lecturers at 64 universities in England are on strike over Universities UK's plans to make changes to their pension scheme, which they say could leave them significantly out of pocket. "We shall do all we can to minimise adverse impact on our students, and we hope that UCU will take a similarly responsible stance". The University will "withhold 100%" of all pay to those taking part in the walkouts, and they will "deduct 50%" of workers' wages "for a single day" if they fail to reschedule ... Read More

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Australia, US relationship 'stronger than ever before'

Australia, US relationship 'stronger than ever before'

Turnbull says the meetings were a great opportunity to deepen Australia's engagement with its most strategic and economic partner. "A lot of good things will come out of this", the president said. At a comedic press dinner previous year, Turnbull mocked Trump's obsession with "winning" online polls. The two men are also divided on trade. Turnbull is trying to lure Trump back into the TPP. Read More

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Ontario's Tories greenlight Patrick Brown's quest for leadership

Ontario's Tories greenlight Patrick Brown's quest for leadership

Brown accused party staffers of leaking information to media. Brown has denied the allegations and has since said he will be suing the news organization. "He should be allowed to speak but won't be allowed to because he will speak the truth". As the Tory drama has unfolded over the last few weeks, the governing Liberals have been reluctant to publicly weigh in, while the New Democrats said it's hard to predict what will come out of it. Read More

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Eurozone backs Spain's De Guindos for European Central Bank top job

Eurozone backs Spain's De Guindos for European Central Bank top job

Weidemann was followed by Governor of the Bank of France François Villeroy de Galhau with 26 and Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Philip Lane with 23 points. Today I am confirming that we will not be putting this candidacy forward for a vote this evening. The European Parliament's economic committee, which has only a consultative role, said after an informal hearing of both candidates last week that Lane was a better choice. Read More

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Russia Calls US Election Meddling Claims

Russia Calls US Election Meddling Claims "Blabber", "Fantasies"

Nothing the Russians attempted to do changed the outcome of the election. Trump might want to focus on collusion, but his blanket denial that he ever questioned Russian meddling runs up against his own words. Friday's indictment noted that Russian representatives interacted only with "unwitting" Trump campaign aides - a statement that the President's supporters used to inaccurately claim he had been absolved of any wrongdoing by Mueller. Read More

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