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Salman Khan apologises to dogs for calling Zubair Khan one


Not that surprising of course, since these two contestants are the ones who are providing the fodder for TRPs with their antics. The Sultani akhada task, which was introduced by Salman in the previous week, saw Shilpa Shinde and Arshi Khan battling against each other on Day 14 episode. Read More »

'Sausage Party' helmer to direct 'The Addams Family' animated movie

The filmmaker has also been brought on to produce the movie, alongside The Jackal Group's Gail Berman and Alex Schwartz. For the new movie, the studio is heading back to the family's roots - a series of cartoons drawn by Charles Addms that first appeared in the New Yorker back in the 1930s. Read More »

Porn publisher offers up to $10 million for dirt on Pres


She added: "Republicans should step up to the plate and confront the fact that this president appears to be unstable, that he appears to be taking us into war, that he has openly obstructed justice in front of our face, and that increasingly we're finding that there's more and more lies about the connection with Russian Federation". Read More »

Tillerson Denies Castration, but Not Calling President 'Moron'


Tapper also asked Tillerson about comments made by his friend Senator Bob Corker , who said on Friday that President Trump , by publicly undermining Tillerson repeatedly, had " castrated " the secretary of state. Trump by Sen. "I don't work that way, I don't feel that way, and I'm just not gonna dignify the question". I call the president, 'Mr. At a press conference in Beijing two weeks ago, Tillerson said the United States was directly negotiating with North Korea over its nuclear ... Read More »

Results for the Kerala's Vengara Assembly seat declared


The Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) chief P.K. Kunhalikutty who vacated the Vengara seat and later won the Malappuram Lok Sabha seat earlier this year said the CPI-M used all its might and added that he predicted the outcome before the results were announced, reported Times of India. Read More »

Virginia University Campus on Lockdown After Shooting


The university's website says the Petersburg, Virginia school was celebrating the final day of it homecoming. Chesterfield Police said "police believe this is an isolated incident". The campus was on lock down for almost five hours as police investigated the shooting. One person had been shot in the pelvis, according to reports. Read More »

Congress leading; Vote counting is underway


Counting of votes for the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha bypoll, which witnessed a three-cornered race among the BJP, the Congress and the AAP, began at 8 on Sunday morning. "It will be a shot in the arm for the Congress". After the assembly and now Gurdaspur loss, the BJP might try to get away by saying that it is a smaller player in an alliance with the dominant Shiromani Akali Dal in Punjab but it will not cut much ice. Read More »

BJP ahead of Congress in poll preparations


While the former has nearly finalized its candidates for all the 68 assembly seats, faction-ridden Congress is yet to complete the process with its state election committee meet on October 16 - the day when the process to file the nominations would start. Read More »

Criticism of DG ISPR's comments on economy wasn't confrontational: Ahsan Iqbal


On Friday, he had advised Major General Asif Ghafoor to refrain from commenting on the economy, which triggered strong reaction from the opposition parties. "Through the valiant efforts of Pakistan's security forces and the determination of the entire nation, the country had reversed the tide of terrorism which had gripped it five years ago", he said. Read More »

Attack on vaccines sets back immunization efforts in eastern Syrian Arab Republic


The World Health Organization has received reports of an attack on medical facilities in eastern Syrian Arab Republic that has destroyed the only vaccines cold room in al-Mayadeen district, Deir Ezzor Governorate. While there is no estimate to how many Islamic State group soldiers were killed during the battle, it appears that a full retreat was initiated. According to Rudskay, IS lost 5,841 square kilometers of territory during the last month alone, with 142 town and villages liberated from ... Read More »

Girl, 8, dies after fall on cruise ship docked in Miami


Our thoughts with the young girls family during this very hard time. Investigators said the girl, whose identity has yet to be released, fell off the second story deck of the Carnival Cruise ship Glory around 8.15am ET Saturday morning. It is still unclear how the girl fell and Miami-Dade police are investigating. Carroll said the paramedics immediately took her to Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center when she was in an extremely critical condition. Read More »

Indian-descent woman left to die in vehicle


Ahmad, 23, was behind the wheel of an Infiniti sedan early Friday when he lost control of the auto and crashed into a barrier on the westbound side of the Gowanus Expressway in Brooklyn . He lost his phone in the vehicle [and was] unable to call the ambulance, ' Waheed Ahmad , 21, said about his brother Saeed Ahmad , 23 to the New York Post . Read More »

Blazers' CJ McCollum suspended for leaving bench during altercation

McCollum will serve the ban in Wednesday's National Basketball Association regular-season opener for Portland when the Trail Blazers again play at Phoenix. I take full responsibility for those eight expensive and costly steps". He will have to miss the first game he is physically able to play, meaning he will likely sit Portland's opener on Wednesday - coincidentally, back in Phoenix. Read More »

Man arrested after allegedly making bomb threat at NYC's LaGuardia Airport


A disgruntled customer prompted a partial shutdown of a terminal at LaGuardia Airport Saturday morning after telling an airline employee he had a bomb, police said. Pentangelo said the ticketing area of Terminal B was secured, and the terminal was partially evacuated while the bomb squad swept the area and the bag and determined the bag presented no threat. Read More »

North Korea readies missile launch ahead of United States drill


Is North Korea preparing for another missile launch? The upcoming war games, which involve the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier, are set to begin on Monday off the shores of South Korea. It further said, "The U.S. military action hardens our determination that the U.S. should be tamed with fire and lets us take our hand closer to "trigger" for taking the toughest countermeasure". Read More »

Trump Backstabbed India Says, "Starting To Develop Much Better Relationship With Pakistan"


Yesterday, Trump said in a tweet: "Starting to develop a much better relationship with Pakistan and its leaders". In a tweet Friday, The President thanked Pakistan for their cooperation on many fronts. Coleman and Boyle disappeared while backpacking in Afghanistan in 2012. All of their three children were born in captivity. "We have to take that into account before coming to any conclusion". Read More »

North Korea criticises Australia for supporting America's tough stance on Pyongyang


A Defence ministry spokesman declined to comment on the report, saying: "We don't comment on any matters of military intelligence". "There seems to be some pattern to North Korea's behaviour in having these illegal tests at the same time as China is showcasing its nation on the world stage, so we are expecting possibly a further provocation from North Korea", she said. Read More »

Freed insurgent hostage says captors authorized killing of their infant


His captors' actions were in retaliation for his "repeated refusal to accept an offer" from them, he said, without providing details on what the offer was. However, her father said he was angry at Boyle for taking her to Afghanistan in the first place. He added that one of his children is in poor health and had to be force-fed by their Pakistani rescuers. Read More »

Gavin shows improved performance on penultimate day of CIMB Classic


You know, I'm just kind of getting the most out of my game right now. LPGA: Angel Yin shot 7-under 65 and took a two-stroke lead at 11-under 133 in the second round of the KEB Hana Bank Championship in Incheon, South Korea. He trails Perez by five shots after trading seven birdies and one eagle against two bogeys, where he birdied the last two holes to stay in the title hunt. Read More »

Indian forces fire across LoC, injure two civilians


Besides, the Indian army also targeted Rawalkot Poonch Crossing Point (RPCP) and the visitors' stand at RPCP, said a press release issued by the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). On September 24, a civilian was martyred and two others were injured in firing from across the border. The year 2017 has seen a sharp increase in ceasefire violations by Pakistan. Read More »

Violent cow vigilantes are back: Thrash 5 near Delhi; Police books victims


A video had surfaced on social media, where the attackers can be seen pinning one of the victims on the ground and chanting " Jai Hanuman " and " Bharat Mata ki Jai ". Rearing of cow is not a matter of religion, said Bhagwat. Azad's family, who came to his rescue, were assaulted too. The latest incident of violence in the name of cow protection took place on Saturday morning when the five victims, including the driver of the auto rickshaw in which they were travelling, were beaten up by some ... Read More »

Sushma flays Rahul for 'women in shorts at RSS' remark


She said one should explain the benefits a working woman brings for the family. Swaraj's comments come days after Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi accused the RSS, the parent body of the BJP , of being anti-women. The NDA government has also taken many steps to ensure financial independence for women, such as giving them loans without security under the Mudra scheme, the Union minister added. Read More »

Segregation at Islamic faith school is 'unlawful sex discrimination'

In 2016 the High Court found that Ofsted inspectors were wrong to penalise the mixed-sex school because of its policy of gender segregation. The Muslim Council of Britain criticised the ruling, saying there were other faith schools around the United Kingdom that separated boys and girls but were not facing similar action. Read More »