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  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for South Korea vs Mexico

    South Korea and Mexico will face in a Group F match at Rostov Arena. South Korea lost their first match against Sweden 1-0, but they played nicely, they made it hard for Sweden to score, however, it is very important that they win this match against Mexico, because if they lose they will not qualify for the top 16, star player Son Heung-min and coach Shin Tae-yong have to come up with a

  • Villains now treated with dignity in Hindi films: Gulshan Grover

    Bangkok: Actor Gulshan Grover, who is fondly known as the “bad man” in Bollywood, says with mainstream heroes taking up negative characters, roles of villains in Bollywood is now treated with dignity. Asked how he feels about mainstream actors not having any apprehensions playing negative character on screen, Gulshan told IANS at the green carpet of IIFA Rocks: “Some changes are good because the villain part has now got dignity in Hindi

  • The Importance of Being Salman Khan

    There are basically two kind of actors. Those who get deeply affected by reviews. And those who pretend not to be affected by them. There is, of course, a third category where an actor genuinely doesn’t care what the critics think or say. I am afraid there is only one member of this third super-elitist club — Salman Khan. He really doesn’t care what critics say. For a very long time he

  • Telangana: Senior Congress leader Danam Nagender resigns from party

    Hyderabad: Telangana senior Congress leader and former minister Danam Nagender resigned from the party on Friday. He submitted his resignation letter to Congress president Rahul Gandhi, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president, N Uttam Kumar Reddy.

  • West Bengal: Temple, mosque share same premises in Jhargram since last 25 years

    Jhargram: In an example of communal harmony, a temple and a mosque has been sharing the same premises in West Bengal’s Jhargram district since last 25 years. Muslims read holy Quran while Hindus worship Lord Shiva under one roof at the residence of Narayan Chandra Acharya, a Brahmin who is the caretaker of the place.

  • Success of reality TV show depends on participants: Sunidhi Chauhan

    Mumbai: Popular playback singer Sunidhi Chauhan, who is coming back on television with the music reality show “Dil Hai Hindustani 2”, says the popularity and success of any such entertainer depends on the talent potential of participants.

  • Hapur lynching: 2nd video shows mob forcing man to confess cow slaughter

    Hapur: Another video of the Hapur lynching purportedly showing a mob beating up a man and forcing him to confess to having slaughtered a cow has gone viral on social media.  Samayuddin (65), one of the men who were allegedly brutally assaulted by the mob after minor tiff with a man on a motorcycle, can be seen pleading to the attackers.  The mob can be heard asking him to identify others, who

  • Hundreds of women march in Rio to demand legal abortion

    Rio de Janeiro: Hundreds of women marched in Rio de Janeiro to demand the legalization of abortion in Brazil. The march followed a breakthrough for abortion supporters in neighbouring Argentina, where the lower house of congress approved a bill this month that would legalise elective abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Germany vs Sweden

    Germany and Sweden will face off in their second match of the 2018 World Cup on Saturday at 11:30 p.m. (IST). After their first match, Germany is in a desperate need of some points, Joshua Kimmich who tried his best against Mexico, showed his incredible moves with the ball, but Germany’s star player Mesut Ozil was not seen anywhere, it Is high time that he shows his skill against Sweden, if he gets

  • Donald Trump declares N.Korea ‘extraordinary threat’

    Washington: US President Donald Trump cited an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to American national security as he maintained long-standing economic restrictions on North Korea, including the freezing of any assets in Washington, a media report said.

  • Always steel-to-steel match against Croatia: Iceland coach

    Kaliningrad: Iceland coach Heimir Hallgrimsson said his team will give all out to beat Croatia and expects a tough match against their old foes in the last round of the World Cup Group D actions. On Friday, Iceland lost 0-2 to Nigeria while Croatia defeated Argentina in the second round of the group phase, reports Xinhua news agency.

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    Michella Welch killing: DNA on napkin used to crack 32-year-old cold case, police say

    Washington: DNA evidence from a discarded restaurant napkin was used to identify a suspect in the slaying of a 12-year-old girl in 1986 in Seattle, Washington, police said. Gary Hartman, 66, was arrested on Wednesday and has been charged with murder in the first degree and rape in the first degree, Tacoma Police Chief Don Ramsdell said at a news conference on Friday about the cold case.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Keisuke Honda embraces ‘final’ WC with Pele memories still fresh in mind

    Kazan: Japan icon Keisuke Honda’s dream of winning the World Cup began when, as a six-year-old, his father showed him footage of Brazilian legend Pele on an old VCR. And although restricted to a substitute appearance so far in what is his third, and almost certainly final campaign, the former AC Milan star has not given up on that unlikely dream becoming reality.

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    Decided to go for elevated Metro after considering all pros & cons: MMRDA to Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: The MMRDA has told the Bombay High Court that it arrived at a decision to construct the Metro 2B line overground after considering all the aspects, including its pros and cons. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), in an affidavit filed yesterday, also told the court that it was a “conscious decision” based on technical, scientific and other material considered by experts.