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World Sanjjjanaa Galrani Speaks Up On Her Leaked Bold Video From Dandupalya 2!
Author: 0 Sanjjjanaa Galrani Speaks Up On Her Leaked Bold Video From Dandupalya 2!

The video was telecast in several TV Channels with blurred visuals. The scene leaked on the Net shows her character being physically abused by the jail authorities. "It shocks me that people want to share content like this among themselves". At a press conference, she said, "What is wrong in doing a bold scene?" The team is clueless as to how the deleted scene made its way online.

World Deal with it: Formula 1 is adopting the Halo
Author: 0 Deal with it: Formula 1 is adopting the Halo

Ferrari driver Vettel complained about visibility and buffeting from the wind on his first run with the shield screen during first practice for the British Grand Prix last week, and ended his run after a single installation lap. Halo sits in the former group, but to understand why it's been pushed through for 2018, you need to look back to the past few years of motorsport.

Author: 0 Iran Raps 'Biased, Groundless' US Reports on Terrorism

The Sunni militant group Islamic State was the deadliest terrorist group previous year, carrying out 20 percent more attacks in Iraq and causing 69 percent more deaths there compared to 2015. "Significant pressure is also being put on Raqqa, the de facto "capital" of ISIS, after the SDF launched an offensive to isolate the city in November".

World General found guilty in one of Thailand's biggest human trafficking cases
Author: 0 General found guilty in one of Thailand's biggest human trafficking cases

A total of 103 defendants pleaded not guilty to various charges including human trafficking, demanding ransom and murder. Those Myanmar migrants were found to have lived in poor conditions at the crowded, rented shophouses provided by an unidentified employer in a suburb area of Samut Sakhon province, about 50 km southwest of Bangkok .

Author: 0 Republicans' health-care overhaul is even deader now

The Congressional Budget Office also said average premiums for people who purchase policies in the individual marketplace - that is policies offered to those who are not covered by an employer-based or government run plan - would increase by about 25 percent in 2018 and double by 2026.

World Jammu and Kashmir: 6 killed, 11 injured in Doda cloudburst
Author: 0 Jammu and Kashmir: 6 killed, 11 injured in Doda cloudburst

A PTIreport quoted Doda's deputy superintendent of police (headquarters) Iftkhar Ahmed as saying that after the cloudburst, the water level and silt suddenly rose in a drain flowing along the Jamai Masjid locality close to the town, washing away several structures along its path leading to the main market.

World Golden Retriever Gives Birth to a Green Puppy
Author: 0 Golden Retriever Gives Birth to a Green Puppy

A golden retriever named Rio gave birth to a green puppy, which the owner appropriately named Forest. "The first pup was stuck, so myself and my daughter Claire managed to free him and pull him out safely", Sutherland told The Sun . "We couldn't believe it", she said. "We've named him Forest". Sutherland had every right to be stunned: the occurrence is so rare, it's only known to have happened three other times .

Author: 0 British Open Leaderboard: Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka Race to the Top

McIlroy said: "JP, he reminded me who I was, basically". His performances in the first two majors of the season - a T-7 at the Masters, and a missed cut at the U.S. Initially, McIlroy's response was passive, "whatever, " he replied as he mentally grappled with shooting bogeys on four of the first five holes. "I'm an early riser so I followed the guys going off really early and the first hole looked like to be playing about a par six.

World After rejecting Kraft Heinz bid, Unilever's profits increase 'substantially'
Author: 0 After rejecting Kraft Heinz bid, Unilever's profits increase 'substantially'

Sales for the first half of the year rose 5.5 percent to 27.7 billion euros, with turnover growing particularly in Asia amid rising prices and in parts of the Americas. The margarine division is the odd one out and is not even profitable, which is also why the board made a decision to sell it following Kraft Heinz' failed take-over bid.

World US Supreme Court rejects Trump's travel ban on relatives
Author: 0 US Supreme Court rejects Trump's travel ban on relatives

But in a partial win for Trump, the court gave the government more leeway to enforce a separate ban on refugees that was included in a March 6 executive order the president said was necessary for national security. Conservative Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said they would have blocked the Hawaii judge's full order. It's not immediately clear how the decision will affect the Triangle's refugee resettlement programs.

World Kuwait expels Iranian diplomats over spy 'terror' cell
Author: 0 Kuwait expels Iranian diplomats over spy 'terror' cell

During the meeting, the Kuwaiti diplomat was also reminded that the Islamic Republic of Iran has always showed responsible behaviour towards regional states, including Kuwait, during the country's hard times, he added. Kuwaiti courts convicted members of the so-called "Abdali cell" of working for the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and Lebanon's Hezbollah resistance movement.

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Author: 0 This is "Made in America" Week

Pierce Manufacturing of Fox Crossing was recognized by President Trump as a "Made in America" success story. "The president has been monitoring what's going on with healthcare, and he and his staff have been involved with what's going on in the Senate", White House spokeswoman Helen Aguirre Ferre told Politico.

World Terrorism reduced in Pak for 2nd straight year: US State Department
Author: 0 Terrorism reduced in Pak for 2nd straight year: US State Department

Apart from that, the U.S. report criticized Pakistan for not taking enough actions against those militant groups that target India and Afghanistan, despite being an important counter-terrorism partner. While not a ban, this allows the government to closely scrutinise the activities of such organisations. The US State Department said that the Pakistani government continued to implement the National Action Plan (NAP) against terrorism, but with "uneven results".

World If China changes border status quo, it's a security risk for India
Author: 0 If China changes border status quo, it's a security risk for India

None paid attention. China has joined hands with Pakistan . This is contrary to what India has said, the newspaper stated. Therefore, wisdom will be in building indigenous capabilities and developing a hedging strategy resolute enough to deal with the exterior manoeuvre of China and Pakistan collectively.

World Mark Simpson warns England Women they must up game against Spain
Author: 0 Mark Simpson warns England Women they must up game against Spain

They covet the trophy that Germany have won six times in a row, and England's opening performance suggested they could deliver, while Jodie Taylor's hat-trick gives her a chace of finishing as the competition's top scorer. Houghton said: 'I think that says something when potentially the best striker in the United Kingdom moved to the left wing in the second half. Scotland's medical team are still assessing the 27-year-old in the hope Ross could still return for the final group game against ...

World Fukushima robot reveals collapsed scaffolding in nuclear reactor
Author: 0 Fukushima robot reveals collapsed scaffolding in nuclear reactor

However, the Little Sunfish gave a glimpse of the badly damaged number 3 reactor . Toshiba Corp., the company which has been given the responsibility of cleaning the plant , has co-developed the swimming robot with the International Research Institute for nuclear decommissioning.

World Police concern over rising recorded crime and falling officer numbers
Author: 0 Police concern over rising recorded crime and falling officer numbers

New data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed that the police recorded almost five million offences in the year ending March 2017. It is exactly these types of crime that the usually authoritative Crime Survey of England and Wales - which shows a 7% fall in crime in the past year - is not created to measure.

World President Trump might not understand what health insurance is
Author: 0 President Trump might not understand what health insurance is

Most people, of course, pay significantly more, but what's notable about Trump's comment is that the description he uses in both interviews is not health insurance, but rather more like life insurance. It is possible the president meant to say " month " instead of "year". Since Trump referenced "work", he might have been thinking of group policies offered by employers.

World Saudi King Salman orders arrest of royal prince for assault
Author: 0 Saudi King Salman orders arrest of royal prince for assault

Although pictures and video footages of Mohammed bin Nayef pledging allegiance to Mohammed bin Salman surfaced on the night the announcement was made, a video showed one of the princes being pushed away during the public pledging of loyalty as he pointed his finger at Mohammed bin to Salman while making comments.

World Man shoots up AT&T trucks parked in front of home
Author: 0 Man shoots up AT&T trucks parked in front of home

We're just working on the poles. "The owner of the house came out". An AT&T worker in Miami didn't know what to think after a man began firing rounds into his work truck as he was doing a job in the area. Jove was a retired firefighter from the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, where he worked for 34 years. "They have every legal right to do so", Zogby said. "This is a very irrational act that he committed there".

World Vince Cable Takes Charge of UK's Anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats
Author: 0 Vince Cable Takes Charge of UK's Anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats

Sir Vince Cable has become the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Britain's third largest political party. It's hard for anyone to disagree with that last statement, but Cable also called for an "exit from Brexit". Cable told Business Insider earlier this month that he planned to transform the Liberal Democrats into a "constructive opposition" to the Conservative government if elected leader.

World Parrot Who Witnessed Murder:
Author: 0 Parrot Who Witnessed Murder: "Don't (Expletive) Shoot"

Glenna Duram blasted her husband, Martin, in 2015, before an unsuccessful suicide attempt saw her turning the gun on herself. Attorneys attempted to convince the court that Glenna was not in her right mind on the night of the shooting. Two years is a long time to wait for justice. His mother, Lilian Duram, agreed that the parrot would have been repeating Mr Duram's last words. "I personally think he was there, and he remembers it and he was saying it", Mr Duram's father told local ...

World Palestinian tries to stab Israeli soldiers, is shot dead: Army
Author: 0 Palestinian tries to stab Israeli soldiers, is shot dead: Army

The Israeli security establishment is preparing for the massive Friday prayer service at Al-Aqsa, which will most likely lead to violent clashes with security forces near the Temple Mount . Protests began on Sunday after the mosque's leadership called on worshipers to boycott new metal detectors installed at the mosque's entrances. Wa'al, another resident of the Muslim Quarter, said that the new security measures are an act of war not only against the Palestinian people, but the entire ...