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Kangana Ranaut refuses to sign letter supporting ‘Padmavati’

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has refused to sign a letter supporting Deepika Padukone for her controversial film Padmavati. In a tit for tat action, Kangana said that she acknowledges the initiative, launched by veteran actress Shabana Azmi, but refused to sign it in retaliation for celebs’ silence over her and Hrithik Roshan controversy. She explained, “I was filming Manikarnika in …

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Russia awaits decision on Winter Olympics ban for doping

Doping-tainted Russia’s 2018 Winter Olympics participation will be decided when the International Olympic Committee meets from Tuesday, in one of the weightiest decisions ever faced by the Olympic movement. The build-up to the high-stakes summit in Lausanne just 66 days before the start of the Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, has been dominated by an almost daily drip of negative …

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December Polo Cup begins

The six-goal December Polo Cup 2017 will get under way from Tuesday at the Lahore Polo Club (LPC) ground. Total seven teams are participating in the tournament, which are divided into two pools. The Pool A has Honda Chenab, Diamond Paints, Black Horse Paints/ Artema Medical and Porsche in it, while Pool B includes Guard Group, United Snacks Polo and …

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Saeed of Dera Ismail Khan upset Yasir of Peshawar in 30th KP Snooker Championship

Saeed of Dera Ismail Khan upset top seeded Yasir of Peshawar in the ongoing 30th Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Snooker Championship being played at Mingora Swat on Monday. Saeed did not look behind after winning the first frame wherein he made a break of 80, the score was 81-16. After winning the first frame Saeed failed to click in the third and …

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Football: Messi’s statue vandalised again

The statue of Lionel Messi in Buenos Aires has been vandalised again — this time the Argentine hero was cut off at the ankles between Sunday night and Monday morning. Messi s boots still chased a ball on the plinth while the severed body was pushed to the ground and left lying there. The statue was erected in June 2016 …

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FIFA World Cup 2018: Groups, fixtures and what to expect

With the 2018 FIFA World Cup due in June, fans across the globe – regardless of whether their country is a part of it or not, just can’t wait for their favourites to showcase their footballing skills in the field. Either it be the shocking qualifiers that witnessed former champion Italy’s failure to secure a spot in the tournament for …

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Yemen leader orders advance on Sanaa as predecessor killed

Yemen’s exiled president ordered troops to advance on Sanaa hours after his predecessor was killed by Huthi rebels, officials said, as heavy fighting continued in the capital. President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi called on Yemenis to unite against the Iran-backed insurgents who shot Ali Abdullah Saleh dead as he fled the city following the collapse of their alliance. “Let’s join hands …

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No class: China halts chauvinist ‘female morality lessons’

Chinese authorities have shut down a “female morality class” that provoked anger by lecturing women to shut up, accept a second-rate role in society and focus on housework, state media reported Monday. In viral video that surfaced on China’s internet, an instructor in the class in the northeastern province of Liaoning tells students that “women should talk less, do more …

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Syrian boy wins Children’s Peace Prize for building refugee school in Lebanon

A teenage Syrian refugee won a prestigious international prize on Monday for building a school and providing an education to hundreds of children who fled to Lebanon to escape the conflict. Mohamad Al Jounde was just 12 years old when he decided to set up a school in the Bekaa Valley refugee camp, enlisting his relatives and volunteers to help …

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Supreme Court allows Trump travel ban to take effect pending appeal

– The US Supreme Court said Monday that the government could fully enforce a revised ban on travelers from six mainly Muslim countries pending appeal, backing President Donald Trump in the year-long battle over the controversial measure. The court stayed October rulings from two lower courts that had blocked implementation of the ban on visitors from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, …

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