Kareena Kapoor and Amrita Arora (Instagram) Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Anisha Padukone (Instagram) Karisma Kapoor poses for photographs during a promotional event for the jewellery brand 'Forevermark' launch at Khurana Jewellery House, in Amritsar. (AFP) Sara Ali Khan Gautam Gulati Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas. Photo: Instagram Kareena Kapoor and Amrita Arora in London. Photo: Instagram Amrita Arora Photo: Instagram Iulia Vantur Pooja Hegde Sonakshi Sinha Ananya Panday (L), Tiger Shroff (C) and Tara Sutaria perform during the first song launch of upcoming romantic comedy drama Hindi film "Student of the Year 2". (AFP) Shweta Bachchan Alia Bhatt Suhana Khan Varun Dhawan KareenaAl Jazeera
Iran will continue to find international buyers for its oil and use the Strait of Hormuz to transport it, the country's foreign minister said, warning that if the United States tries to stop Tehran it should "be prepared for the consequences". Speaking in New York City on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif cautioned US President Donald Trump's administration against taking the "crazy measure" of attempting to block Iranian oil sales. Zarif also said it was in the Islamic Republic's "vital national security interest" to keep the Gulf and Strait of Hormuz open. The Strait of Hormuz is a major oil shipment channel in the Gulf. Zarif's comments at an Asia Society event came after WashingtonCNN
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda Dense, lush and otherworldly, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is one of the last redoubts of the mountain gorilla. Over 400 call this UNESCO-protected national park home, with the chance for visitors to trek to and meet habituated groups. Its biodiversity extends far beyond its most famous inhabitants, however; 348 bird species and 220 butterfly species can be found within its 331-square-kilometer expanse. Samburu, Kenya Thanks to its relative inaccessibility, Samburu, in the heart of Kenya, is a haven for some of Africa's most beguiling wildlife. The grassland and acacia-dotted landscapes of its national reserve are home to the endangered reticulated giraffe and
MILWAUKEE - Bucks fans might have stayed up a little later than usual Monday night, but they had a good reason. Bucks Advance For First Time In 18 Years They were celebrating the team's first NBA playoff series win since 2001 after Milwaukee swept the Pistons. Peter Feigin, Bucks president, provided an excuse note for workers who might have needed extra sleep. 2019-Playoffs-Round1 Casami... by on Scribd Download your letter at https://t.co/61Kf2VvKFA #FearTheDeer | @Casamigos pic.twitter.com/f31GIIbp2D - Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) April 23, 2019 The Bucks will face the Boston Celtics in the second round.Al Jazeera
A series of coordinated bombings on Easter Sunday has rocked churches and hotels in Sri Lanka. More than 300 people have now died and almost 500 injured in the worst attack in Sri Lanka since the end of the civil war 10 years ago. The blasts targeted four hotels - including the Shangri-La, Kingsbury and the Cinnamon Grand in the capital Colombo - as well as three churches. Nearly all victims were Sri Lankan. Dozens of foreigners were also killed. There were no claims of responsibility for the attacks but the cabinet spokesperson and health minister Rajitha Senaratne blamed the bombings on National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known Muslim organisation. Here are the latest updates: Tuesday,Emirates24|7
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, will only take three months of maternity leave after she gives birth to her first child. The 37-year-old former actress is expecting her first child with husband Prince Harry any day now, and although she has the opportunity to take a full year away from royal duties in order to care for her tot, sources say she's planning just three months off before she heads back to work. Meghan - who was known as Meghan Markle before joining the royal family in May last year - finished her official royal duties six weeks ago but continues to work behind the scenes with various charities, and reportedly wants to return to public life in time for Queen Elizabeth's official birthday in June. A source told The Sun newspaper: "Meghan has made it very clear she wants to return to work as soon as possible.
A Muslim woman who posed for a picture with anti-Islam protesters says she wanted to "combat their hatred with love and a smile". Shaymaa Ismaa'eel told Newsbeat: "The reaction to all this has been crazy, it's overwhelming. I have had a lot of support." The picture of the 24-year-old, wearing her hijab and flashing the "peace sign" has been liked more than 200,000 times. It was taken in Washington DC during a three day Islamic convention. Shaymaa, who lives on the US east coast and works with children with autism, was one of the 24,000 Muslims attending the 44th annual Muslim American Society and the Islamic Circle of North America (MAS-ICNA) convention in the US capital. She explains the three