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New Delhi: Imtiaz Ali, known for creating a niche for himself in Bollywood, is all set to roll his next and this time it...

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United States
Reagan National Airport to Hold Emergen...
A simulated aircraft accident at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport will test first responders over the weekend. The airport says in a statement that it will hold an emer...

Violent, destructive tornadoes forecast...
Coast Guard Rescues Man Attempting 'Oce...
In Ohio town, massacre leaves diners, f...
Virginia restores voting rights to over...
 
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Pakistan
K-P govt gives cinemas go-ahead for scr...
PESHAWAR: Just a day after the federal authorities slapped a ban on the controversial film Maalik, the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) government said on Thursday it will not restrict any...

Jordanian King lauds Pakistan's efforts...
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International
At least 27 killed in airstrike on Syri...
An airstrike on a hospital in the rebel-held Syrian city of Aleppo Thursday killed at least 27 people, the latest in what Amnesty International calls a recurring tactic in the Syri...

Call to end rides after elephant's deat...
Hostage from Canada killed in Philippin...
N. Korea fires apparent ballistic missi...
Death toll at 24 in Mexico petrochemica...
 
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India
Who were four Indian Prime Ministers wh...
New Delhi: In what could be a proud moment for many of his followers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited to speak at joint session of Congress on June 8. After being ...

BJP goes after ‘bribe-takers’ in choppe...
India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ib...
Kanhaiya Kumar deplaned, claims man tri...
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Entertainment
Prince's autopsy shows no signs of trau...
Los Angeles: The coroner's office has handed late musician Prince's body to his family after completing a four-hour autopsy. Preliminary results indicate that there were ...

Jennifer Aniston named People's World's...
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Cristiano Ronaldo remains doubtful for ...
Madrid: Real Madrid has been keeping quiet about Cristiano Ronaldo's injury, and his presence in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals is likely to remain a m...

Nico Rosberg extends win streak in Shan...
BBC Football Daily: Van Gaal, Klopp, Hi...
Barcelona Open: Rafael Nadal, Kei Nishi...
Messi on longest goal drought since 201...
 
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Under London’s streets lies a hidden go...
It stretches across more than 300,000 square feet under the City, the finance quarter in the heart of Britain’s capital. There, beneath the pavement and commuters of Threadneedle Street...
 
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Opinion
The Mathematician’s 90th-Birthday Party
I RECENTLY attended a conference in honor of Ivo Babuska, a professor at the University of Texas, with whom I have written several mathematical papers. There were toasts with a crowd-pl...
 
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India revokes passport of drinks tycoon...
India has revoked the passport of business tycoon Vijay Mallya accused of hiding in Britain over huge debts from his defunct Kingfisher Airlines. There is an arrest warrant for Mr Ma...
 
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Health
Fear over eating disorder care in Japan
Most people suffering with eating disorders in Japan are not receiving any medical or psychological support, according to doctors. The Japan Society for Eating Disorders claims the h...
 
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Millions of Mexican voter records 'were...
A massive database of Mexican voter records was made publicly accessible on the internet, a US security researcher has discovered. The names, addresses, dates of birth and voter ID n...
 
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Ministers could ease way for councils t...
In an attempt to avert a backbench rebellion, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has signalled she will consider making it easier for councils to form their own multi-academy trusts. U...
 
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