‘Obama called Clinton to tell her to concede to Trump’

Posted In: News Date:Apr 19th, 2017

Clinton’s voice crackled with emotion as she said, “This is painful, and it will be for a long time.” But she told her faithful to accept Trump and the election results, urging th ...

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Bus crash kills 44 in northern India

Posted In: News Date:Apr 19th, 2017

NEW DELHI: A bus has swerved off a mountain road and plunged into a deep ravine in a Himalayan region of northern India, killing 44 people, an official said Wednesday.

Only two of the 46 pe ...

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Prince Harry Reveals Why He Finally Opened Up About His Grief and Mental Health After Princess Diana's Death

Posted In: News Date:Apr 19th, 2017

"I've shared, just as much as everybody else has during this campaign," he told reporters. "And after how many years of listening to stories from veterans and their families and then specifically i ...

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Amitabh Bachchan shares adorable picture of Katrina Kaif with daughter

Posted In: News Date:Apr 19th, 2017

Bollywood Shehenshah Amitabh Bachchan also seems to be quite impressed with Katrina Kaif.

Recently, Big B shared an adorable picture of his daughter Shweta Nanda in conversation with Katrin ...

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Canada will legalize pot, after arresting a bunch of people for pot offences first: Neil Macdonald

Posted In: News Date:Apr 19th, 2017

Too many Canadians," declares the Liberal Party of Canada on its website, "end up with criminal records for possessing small amounts" ...

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Kohli-led India’s heartwarming gift to Afridi wins hearts both sides of border

Posted In: News Date:Apr 19th, 2017

KARACHI: Pakistan-India matches are always a heated affair on the field, but some moments between players of the rival teams outside of the ground end up winning hearts across both sides of ...

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Punjab University's retired Ahmadi professor found murdered in her home

Posted In: News Date:Apr 18th, 2017



LAHORE: Some unidentified armed assailants have on Tuesday stabbed to death a former Punjab University female professor in the provincial capital.

61 year ...

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French-election fears unite scientists in defence of liberal democracy

Posted In: News Date:Apr 18th, 2017

It is the strangest French presidential election that mathematician Cédric Villani can remember. “It has been like no other,” he says: “hectic, hysterical, and full of twis ...

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Church bells and Azaan are spirit of India for Pooja Bhatt

Posted In: News Date:Apr 18th, 2017

(Web Desk) – For Indian filmmaker and actress Pooja Bhatt, sounds of church bells and Azaan stand for the spirit of India.

In a message posted on Twitter after Sonu Nigam’s call ...

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Chris Gayle becomes first player to score 10,000 runs in T20 cricket

Posted In: News Date:Apr 18th, 2017

Karachi: Flamboyant West Indian batsman Chris Gayle on Tuesday became the first player in history to complete 10,000 runs in Twenty20 cricket, the shortest format of the game.

Chris Gayle s ...

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Trump Administration Plans Executive Order Targeting H-1B Visa Program

Posted In: News Date:Apr 18th, 2017

rump plans to sign the order at the headquarters for Snap-On Inc, a tool manufacturer in Kenosha, Wisconsin as he aims to accomplish more to his "America First" campaign promise to help the U.S. ec ...

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Trudeau sends more ministers to U.S. amid NAFTA and border tax worries

Posted In: News Date:Apr 18th, 2017

Three more ministers from Justin Trudeau's cabinet will be in the United States this week, as the federal government continues to lobby American leaders and lawmakers about the importance of mainta ...

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Narendra Modi-Nawaz Sharif meeting “very much possible” despite Kulbhushan Jadhav death row: Pakistani media

Posted In: News Date:Apr 17th, 2017

New Delhi, Apr 17: Amid prevailing tension between India and Pakistan over the death sentence to the alleged Indian spy  Read More

At least 100 Kashmir students injured in clash with Indian troops

Posted In: News Date:Apr 17th, 2017

Hundreds of students clashed with government forces in Indian-held Kashmir during protests Monday against a police raid on a college, as tensions ran high in the restive region.

At least 10 ...

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