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Salman engaged to Iulia Vantur?

If we talk about most eligible bachelors of the B-town then there is just one name which is ruling the league from past almost decades, and that is of none other than our Sallu Bhaaijaan aka Salman. And it has been decades since millions and millions of fans of Salman are eagerly waiting to hear those wedding chimes from Galaxy ...

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Every good film should be a commercial one: Anurag

Amid the constant debate between commercial and non-commercial cinema, director Anurag Kashyap says that he hopes that every good film should be considered a commercial film. “I’m hoping that every good film is a commercial film. Every good film should be a commercial film. And my definition of commercial is that if the film goes out and people engage in ...

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I’m Totally Controlled by my wife: Shahid Kapoor

So how far has marriage disciplined the actor? “Well if you want to know if Mira controls me or I control her, well I’m totally controlled by my wife,” Shahid said with a wink. Shahid married Delhi-girl Mira Rajput in July this year. He also talks about the one thing that he wants to change about himself “Promotions are what ...

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UN chief tries to calm Israel-Palestinian violence

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories in an effort to help end the spiralling violence. Mr Ban is expected to hold talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders. In the latest in a wave of attacks, an Israeli soldier was stabbed and wounded and his Palestinian assailant shot dead in the occupied West Bank, ...

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Turkey arrests prominent lawyer over PKK comments

Head of bar association in Diyarbakir city charged with “promoting terrorism” after saying “PKK is not terrorist group”. Turkish authorities have arrested the head of the bar association in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir on a charge of “promoting terrorism” after he commented on the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) group during a televised debate. Tuesday’s detainment of Tahir Elci, a ...

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West Bank gripped by fresh violence

Palestinian and settler killed in separate incidents near Hebron, as Israel arrests top West Bank Hamas official. Israeli authorities have arrested Hassan Yusef, here pictured in 2006, several times in the past. A Palestinian man has been killed by Israeli forces near the city of Hebron in the occupied West Bank after he allegedly tried to stab an Israeli soldier, ...

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Saudi prince avoids charges over alleged sex assaults in LA

Los Angeles prosecutors say they will not press charges against a Saudi prince accused of sexual assault. Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud, 28, was arrested last month on suspicion of forced oral copulation with a worker at his Beverly Hills mansion. But prosecutors say they do not have enough evidence against Mr Al-Saud. Mr Al-Saud’s lawyer, Alan Jackson, said his client was ...

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Syria conflict: Russian air strikes ‘kill 45 in Latakia’

At least 45 people have been killed in Russian air strikes on a rebel-held area of north-western Syria, a monitoring group says. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that Russian warplanes bombed the rugged Jabal al-Akrad region of Latakia province on Monday afternoon. The commander of a Western-backed Free Syrian Army brigade and the families of rebels were among ...

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Japan to pay Fukushima worker cancer compensation

Japan’s government has acknowledged that a worker involved in clean-up work at the Fukushima nuclear plant may have developed cancer as a result. Officials say the man will be entitled to compensation for work-related illness, in the first cancer case linked to the Fukushima plant meltdown. The man, in his 40s, is suffering from leukaemia. The nuclear plant was badly ...

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France: Marine Le Pen goes on trial over Muslim remarks

French National Front leader Marine Le Pen has arrived at a court in Lyon, to answer charges of inciting racial hatred, for comparing Muslims praying in the street to the Nazi occupation. She made the comments at a rally in the city in 2010 when she was fighting for the leadership of the party. Ms Le Pen’s anti-immigration and anti-EU ...

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