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  1. Best crew ever: Priyanka on working with ‘Baywatch’ team

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 08:50 dailyexcelsior.com
    Best crew ever: Priyanka on working with ‘Baywatch’ team The post Best crew ever: Priyanka on working with ‘Baywatch’ team appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  2. Missing SU-30 wreckage found in north Assam 

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 08:18 dailyexcelsior.com
    Missing SU-30 wreckage found in north Assam  The post Missing SU-30 wreckage found in north Assam  appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J…
  3. Smartphones, TVs with three times resolution in the offing

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 07:42 dailyexcelsior.com
    Smartphones, TVs with three times resolution in the offing The post Smartphones, TVs with three times resolution in the offing appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  4. Indian holds painting exhibit on eminent personalities in Aus

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 07:42 dailyexcelsior.com
    MELBOURNE:  An Indian-origin man here has organised an exhibition showcasing portraits made by him of 50 well known Australian personalities like cricketing icons Shane Warne and Ricky Ponting. The two-day long exhibition by Melbourne-based resident Sedunath Prabhakar was launched on Wednesday … The post Indian holds painting exhibit on eminent personalities in Aus appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J…
  5. IiAS’ report on JK House sale ‘incorrect’: Raymond

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 07:42 dailyexcelsior.com
    NEW DELHI:  Raymond today said proxy advisory firm IiAS’ report on the move to sell its premium property ‘JK House’ in Mumbai to its promoters and their extended family is based on incorrect and incomplete information, and not understood in correct … The post IiAS’ report on JK House sale ‘incorrect’: Raymond appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J…
  6. NASA’s Juno probe unveils Earth-sized cyclones on Jupiter

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 07:42 dailyexcelsior.com
    NASA’s Juno probe unveils Earth-sized cyclones on Jupiter The post NASA’s Juno probe unveils Earth-sized cyclones on Jupiter appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  7. It was a no-brainer for me to say yes to ‘Tubelight’: Sohail

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 07:42 dailyexcelsior.com
    It was a no-brainer for me to say yes to ‘Tubelight’: Sohail The post It was a no-brainer for me to say yes to ‘Tubelight’: Sohail appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  8. Doing ‘Tubelight’ was an emotional experience: Salman

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 05.26 / 07:07 dailyexcelsior.com
    Doing ‘Tubelight’ was an emotional experience: Salman The post Doing ‘Tubelight’ was an emotional experience: Salman appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  1. Indonesia: Police arrest three over Jakarta terrorist attacks

    INDONESIAN police arrested three people on Friday suspected of being linked to suicide bombings in Jakarta, as the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attacks that killed three police officers at a bus station and wounded 12 others. The post Indonesia: Police arrest three over Jakarta terrorist attacks appeared first on Asian…
  2. Modi, marking three years in power, opens India's longest bridge

    Sify.com - Politics 05.26 / 08:21 sify.com
    GUWAHATI, India, May 26 (Reuters) - Indian Prime MinisterNarendra Modi, marking three years in power, on Fridayinaugurated the country's longest bridge that spans the vastBrahmaputra River in the northeastern state of Assam. The 9.15 km (5.7 mile) Dhola-Sadiya bridge, strong enough tocarry a 60-tonne battle tank, will reduce travel times fromAssam to the frontier state of Arunachal Pradesh whose territoryis partly claimed by China. "The inauguration of the bridge marks the end of a long…
  3. Cross-strait oversight bill demanded

    Eyeontaiwan.com - Politics 05.26 / 08:19 eyeontaiwan.com
    Taipei Times Date: Mar 16, 2017 By: Chen Wei-han / Staff reporter Ahead of the third anniversary of the Sunflower movement, a coalition of democracy advocates yesterday called on the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to honor its pledge to pass a cross-strait oversight bill that has been awaiting review for several months. A number…
  4. Indonesia: National mosque imam calls for interfaith dialogue, tolerance

    NASARUDDIN UMAR the Grand Imam of Jakarta’s Masjid Istiqlal independence mosque has said that interfaith dialogue is the best way to promote tolerance and prevent the spread of terrorism in Indonesia. The post Indonesia: National mosque imam calls for interfaith dialogue, tolerance appeared first on Asian C…
  5. UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on May 26

    Sify.com - Politics 05.26 / 07:46 sify.com
    (Adds futures, company news) May 26 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index futures were up0.03 percent on Friday ahead of the cash market open. * BARCLAYS: Britain's Serious Fraud Office said on Thursday Barclays and its former senior bankers will not know until around mid-Junewhether they face criminal charges over a 2008 emergency fundraising fromQatar. * ACACIA: Barrick Gold said on Thursday that two mines at itsmajority-held Acacia Mining, which account for some 6 percent…
  6. Stop threatening, expel me: Shatrughan Sinha

    Siasat.com - Politics 05.26 / 07:36 siasat.com
    Mumbai : Shatrughan Sinha has hit back at Bihar BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi for demanding the actor-turned-politician’s expulsion from the party, saying instead of threatening they should just go ahead and expel him. Shatrughan said: “I’ve been hearing this threat of being expelled from the party for many years. Please stop threatening. Why don’t…
  7. Rahul Gandhi to visit Saharanpur tomorrow

    Siasat.com - Politics 05.26 / 07:36 siasat.com
    New Delhi : Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi will visit Saharanpur tomorrow to take stock of the prevailing situation, where a caste conflict had erupted in April and many Dalits were allegedly targeted. In the wake of clashes between two communities in Saharanpur, yesterday, the Yogi Adityanath Government Thursday transferred 174 Sub-Divisional Magistrates. The Ministry of…
  8. Sheikh Hasina’s 37th homecoming day celebrated

    Vnewsbd.com - Politics 05.26 / 07:21 vnewsbd.com
    The 37th homecoming day of Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was celebrated across the country including the capital through different programmes. Bangladesh Awami League (AL) and its associate organizations yesterday celebrated the day through day-long programmes. The programme includes rally, discussions, milad-mahfil, doa-mahfil and distribution food among the orphans. To mark the…
  1. Former Greek PM Papademos recovering well after booby-trap blast

    Thestar.com.my - World 05.26 / 09:01 thestar.com.my
    ATHENS (Reuters) - Former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos was recovering well from injuries caused by a booby-trapped package exploding in his car on Thursday, with doctors saying he would stay in hospital for two more…
  2. Juncker says Trump was not aggressive on German trade surplus

    Thestar.com.my - World 05.26 / 09:01 thestar.com.my
    TAORMINA, Italy (Reuters) - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker denied on Friday that U.S. President Donald Trump had aggressively condemned German trade policies during at meeting in Brussels on…
  3. Foreign students in limbo as Aussie outfit goes bust

    Therakyatpost.com - World 05.26 / 09:01 therakyatpost.com
    SYDNEY, 26 May 2017:  Careers Australia Group, a provider of vocational education and training, has gone into voluntary administration after losing government funding - putting 1,100 people out of work and 15,000 students in limbo, its administrators said today. All work placements for students, many of them from overseas, will be suspended imme …
  4. Italy’s ‘Queen of Cashmere’ Biagiotti dies aged 73

    Theborneopost.com - World 05.26 / 08:57 theborneopost.com
      ROME: Italian fashion designer Laura Biagiotti, who pioneered the marketing of cashmere products in places such as China and the former Soviet Union, has died aged 73, her company said Friday. The veteran designer suffered brain damage following a heart attack late on Wednesday, and died early on Friday the AGI agency said. The…
  5. Trump scolds NATO on spending and terror

    Suchtv.pk - World 05.26 / 08:55 suchtv.pk
    US President Donald Trump on Thursday berated NATO allies for not doing enough on terrorism and spending, while stopping short of the public commitment to collective defence they had hoped for. Trump s broadside at fellow leaders during his first NATO summit came as he unveiled a 9/11 memorial at the alliance s new $1.2 billion headquarters in Brussels which is meant to highlight allied unity and purpose. Trump said the bombing in the British city of Manchester on Monday, claimed by the…
  6. Turkey has removed more than 4,000 judges, prosecutors after coup, minister says

    Thestar.com.my - World 05.26 / 08:33 thestar.com.my
    ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey has removed more than 4,000 judges and prosecutors on suspicion of links to last year's failed coup, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said on…
  7. Modi, marking three years in power, opens India's longest bridge

    Thestar.com.my - World 05.26 / 08:33 thestar.com.my
    GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, marking three years in power, on Friday inaugurated the country's longest bridge that spans the vast Brahmaputra River in the northeastern state of…
  8. South Africa's Zuma says not opposed to inquiry into corruption allegations

    Thestar.com.my - World 05.26 / 08:33 thestar.com.my
    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's President Jacob Zuma said on Friday he was not opposed to setting up a commission of inquiry into corruption into his government after anti-graft report alleged he was influenced by the wealthy Gupta family in making government…
  1. Bahrain fines journalist for working without permit

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 05.26 / 06:27 siasat.com
    Dubai: A Bahraini court Thursday slapped a journalist with a fine of 1,000 dinars ($2650, 2360 euros) for working with foreign media without a permit, a court official said. France 24 reporter Nazeeha Saeed was found guilty of continuing to work despite the fact her authorisation had expired and not been renewed, the official said.…
  2. Ramadan to start Saturday in Saudi, UAE

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 05.26 / 06:27 siasat.com
    Riyadh: The Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan is due to begin Saturday in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, religious authorities in both countries announced. The announcements came after religious authorities in the two Gulf Arab countries failed to sight the crescent moon on Thursday night, state media reported. The Sunni mufti of…
  3. Syria girls escape nightmare of war with Snow White fable

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 05.26 / 06:27 siasat.com
    Douma: To escape the nightmare of life in their besieged hometown near Syria’s capital, 13 young girls sought refuge in a fairytale performance of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”. The all-girl cast spent months memorising lines from the classic Brothers Grimm fable before performing in front of a packed audience this week in the…
  4. Several killed as explosion rips through church in Egypt

    Khaama.com - Middle Easte 05.26 / 03:07 khaama.com
    Several people were killed after an explosion ripped through a church in northern Egypt, it has been reported. The incident took place in the city of Tanta north of Cairo targeting the St George Coptic church. Preliminary reports indicate at least fifteen people have been killed in the explosion. Egypt’s state television reported that at Read the full…
  5. Iran announces completion of 3rd ballistic missile factory

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 05.25 / 22:51 siasat.com
    Tehran [Iran]: Iran has announced the completion of a third underground ballistic missile production factory and said the country will keep developing its missile programme to deter any military assault. This new development is likely to fuel tensions with the United States as U.S. President Donald Trump has termed Iran “a sponsor of militant groups…
  6. Lee Rigby, al-Liby, and Manchester Connection: Murkiness of MI5 and MI6 in Relation to Sunni Islamists

    Moderntokyotimes.com - Middle Easte 05.25 / 21:11 moderntokyotimes.com
    Lee Rigby, al-Liby, and Manchester Connection: Murkiness of MI5 and MI6 in Relation to Sunni Islamists Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The security services in the United Kingdom (MI5 and MI6) were deeply relieved by the fortunate death of Anas al-Liby in America in early 2015. Despite this, the convulsions of…
  7. NATO to formally join U.S.-led anti-‘Islamic State’ coalition

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 05.25 / 17:35 siasat.com
    Berlin [Germany]: The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) will formally join the United States-led coalition against the Islamic State extremist group, DW reported, citing sources. The decision is expected to be formally announced on Thursday at the meeting of the NATO leaders in Brussels. Reportedly, Germany and France will formally agree to the plan during…
  8. Four ISIS terrorists arrested in Moscow terror plot

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 05.25 / 16:57 siasat.com
    Mumbai [Maharashtra]: His fans may be excited about the launch of the much-awaited trailer of his upcoming flick ‘Tubelight,’ but Salman Khan on the contrary said that he doesn’t enjoy watching it. While talking to the media at the trailer launch, an emotional Salman said, “The strange thing is whenever I watch the trailer of…
  1. Italy and Migrant Crisis: NGOs colluding with Smugglers and Arab slavery of black Africans in Libya

    Moderntokyotimes.com - Africa 05.25 / 22:24 moderntokyotimes.com
    Italy and Migrant Crisis: NGOs colluding with Smugglers and Arab slavery of black Africans in Libya Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Carmelo Zuccaro, an Italian prosecutor, claims to have major evidence that several charities are involved with smugglers that are making vast wealth on the misery of vulnerable people. Indeed, if…