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Barlow surprises Take That fan

London, Sep 1 (IANS) Singer Gary Barlow surprised a fan of Take That band on her wedding day, with a performance at the fan's reception. Bride Katie Hardy had no idea the Back for good singer was about to walk in on her wedding day after friends kept the secret for eight months, reports mirror.co.uk. Even groom Stephen Hardy was kept in the dark, having booked a local Robbie Will...

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Ronaldinho defends visit to rival dressing room

Rio de Janeiro, Sep 1 (IANS) Ronaldinho on Monday defended his decision to pose for photographs in the opposition dressing room after Fluminense's 2-1 defeat to Atletico Mineiro. The two-time FIFA world player of the year winner was replaced in the 68th minute after a below-par display against his former club at the Maracana stadium on Sunday. I do that nearly every game, Ronaldi...

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Bilson was `very keen' to name daughter Briar Rose

Los Angeles, Sep 1 (IANS) Actor Hayden Christensen says his partner Rachel Bilson was very keen on naming their daughter Briar Rose. The actor opened up about fatherhood and his longtime love while promoting his forthcoming film 90 Minutes in Heaven on Hallmark Channel's Home & Family, reports usmagazine.com. There's a Disney reference there I suppose, said Christensen.

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Pentagon confirms drone deployment in Latvia

Washington, Sep 1 (IANS) The Pentagon on Monday announced it has deployed two Predator drones to Latvia for the first time to reassure European allies. The two intelligence-gathering drones were deployed along with 70 airmen to Lielvarde air base in Latvia over the weekend to participate in partner training, said Navy Captain Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesperson. This temporary as...

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Pamela Anderson's dog 'committed suicide'

Los Angeles, Sep 1 (IANS) Actress Pamela Anderson believes her pet dog Jo-Jo committed suicide because he didn't like her former husband Rick Salomon. The 47-year-old was left devastated when Jo-Jo passed away a few months ago and believes her former spouse, whom she divorced in April this year, is to be blamed, reports femalefirst.co.uk. Anderson told The Sunday Times's Style m...

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Two British journalists charged for "terror offences" in Turkey

London, Sep 1 (IANS) A Turkish court levelled charges of working on behalf of a terrorist organisation against two British reporters and their translator. The two British journalists, Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury from Vice News were detained by police in Diyarbakir, south-east Turkey on Thursday, Xinhua quoted British news organisation Vice News as saying on Monday. The tr...

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Kylie Jenner flaunts derriere in shorts

Los Angeles, Sep 1 (IANS) Reality TV personality Kylie Jenner was spotted flaunting her derriere in ripped denim shorts during a night out. She was out with her friend and model Chantel Jeffries at a restaurant last week. Kylie looked casual in a long-sleeved blue shirt and ripped light blue denim shorts, which left bits of her posterior visible. She completed her look by wearing...

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Over 850,000 people face acute food insecurity in Somalia: UN study

United Nations, Sep 1 (IANS) Somalia's humanitarian situation remains alarming four years after a devastating famine with the number of people requiring emergency aid rising 17 percent to more than 850,000, according to the latest UN-managed food assessment study. The levels of food insecurity and malnutrition are critical, said Peter de Clercq, UN humanitarian coordinator for Somalia, a...

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Jihadi militants advance toward besieged Shia towns in Syria

Damascus, Sep 1 (IANS) An array of Jaish al-Fateh jihadi groups advanced toward a besieged Shia town amid relentless shelling. The Jaish al-Fateh, also known as the Conquer Army, captured parts of terrain south of the town of Foa, which has been besieged by the jihadi rebels for months in the countryside of the northwestern province of Idlib, Xinhua quoted pan-Arab al-Mayadeen TV as sayi...

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David Beckham dedicates `Buster? tattoo to son

Los Angeles, Sep 1 (IANS) Former footballer David Beckham has added one more tattoo on his body and has dedicated it to his eldest son Brooklyn. The new tattoo has been inked on Bekham's neck and it reads 'Buster', reports aceshowbiz.com. 'Buster' was the moniker that the former footballer gave to his eldest son. Unveiling the tattoo tribute on his account on photo-shari...

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IS burns four Shia militiamen alive in Iraq

Baghdad, Sep 1 (IANS) The Islamic State (IS) terrorist group aired a video of burning four Iraqi Shia militiamen said to be in revenge for earlier burning of Sunni people by government allied forces. The latest video, posted on jihadi websites, showed the victims who identified themselves as members of Hashd Shaabi, or popular mobilisation, tied by chains in their hands and feet before t...

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Karnataka wants CBI to probe rationalist's murder

Bengaluru, Aug 31 (IANS) Karnataka on Monday decided to ask the CBI to investigate the heinous murder of renowned Kannada rationalist-scholar M.M. Kalburgi at Dharwad on Sunday and expose elements behind the attack. We have decided to refer the case to the CBI as the heinous act seems to be a handiwork of fringe elements with inter-state ramifications, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah told re...

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John Abraham doesn't believe in holidays

Mumbai, Aug 31 (IANS) Welcome Back actors John Abraham and Anil Kapoor are extremely eager to work on holidays and festivals, with John stating that he doesn't believe in holidays. It's a very extremist and unfair way of looking at things, but I don't really believe in holidays at all. I think we have too many holidays in this country which is economically a huge loss for the country. So...

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Taiwanese delegation meets Indian students

New Delhi, Aug 31 (IANS) A 20-member Taiwanese delegation on Monday interacted with Indian students from various universities. The main aim of the youth ambassadors was to develop and deepen the relationship with India and create more exchange programmes. We are here to promote people-to-people communication and develop the relationship with India, Bruce Fuh, head of the delegati...

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RBI to pay back Rs.1,274 crore to Telangana

New Delhi/Hyderabad, Aug 31 (IANS) The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is set to transfer back Rs.1,274.21 crore to Telangana with the union finance ministry advising it to reverse the deductions made from the state's principal account as it was not in consonance with the principle of cooperative federalism. The deductions were made in response to an income tax notice. The RBI was al...

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Online event on CSR funds for skill development on Wednesday

New Delhi, Aug 31 (IANS) Union Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy will on Wednesday hold an online interaction with top CEOs on ways in which Indian companies' corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds can be used for skill development projects, said an official statement. The event, held in partnership with the World Bank, will be on 'Google+ Hangout', ...

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EU offers over $5 mn to help refugees in France

Paris, Aug 31 (IANS) The European Union (EU) will grant $5.6 million to France to better accommodate thousands of migrants camping in the northern port city of Calais, the European Commission's vice president Frans Timmermans said on Monday. These new funds will help to establish a camp that can provide humanitarian assistance to around 1,500 migrants and to help asylum seekers in Calais...

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Germany denies sending trains to pick up refugees

Berlin, Aug 31 (IANS) Germany's interior ministry has rejected media rumours that the government was bringing Syrian refugees to Germany on chartered trains, a media report said. Those who come to Hungary must be registered there and perform the asylum procedure there, Xinhua quoted a spokesman for the ministry as saying here on Monday. Freelance journalist Marta Orosz first repo...

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RBI to pay back Rs.1,270 crore to Telangana

New Delhi/Hyderabad, Aug 31 (IANS) The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is set to transfer back Rs.1,274.21 crore to Telangana with the union finance ministry advising it to reverse the deductions made from the state's principal account as it was not in consonance with the principle of cooperative federalism. The deductions were made in response to an income tax notice. The RBI was al...

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HC imposes Rs.10 lakh fine on Ram Gopal Verma for remaking 'Sholay'

New Delhi, Aug 31 (IANS) The Delhi High Court on Monday imposed a fine of Rs.10 lakh on film maker Ram Gopal Varma and his production house for making the remake of 1975 blockbuster 'Sholay', which violated the exclusive copyright vested with its director Ramesh Sippy. Justice Manmohan Singh said that Varma and others by making Ram Gopal Varma ke Sholay: have intentionally and deliberate...

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