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 Kareena
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has revealed ambitious plans to create more than 561,000 private-sector jobs by 2023 as part of a new digital era for the Kingdom's labor market. Minister of Labor and Social Development Ahmad Al-Rajhi made the announcement at the launch of the Qiwa online platform, which aims to combine all the country's employment services under one electronic roof. Through digitalization, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development hopes to not only boost job opportunities for Saudi men and women, but also improve workplace efficiency and productivity, and attract international investment. Al-Rajhi said: “The ministry has entered into partnerships and agreements to settle more than 561,000Emirates24|7
Chilling CCTV footage has emerged showing a suicide bomber calmly patting a child on the head and shoulder moments before he walked into a packed Sri Lankan church, unleashing carnage. The images capture the final seconds of serenity before the calm was shattered with a series of coordinated attacks that would between them claim more than 350 lives at six sites across Sri Lanka. Security camera footage from outside St Sebastian's Church in Negombo shows a bearded man in a light blue shirt, navy trousers and sandals appear on a pathway and cross a courtyard outside the church. As he approaches his target, he passes a young girl and briefly pats her head and shoulder, with the young girl glancingAl Jazeera
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif does not believe US President Donald Trump wants war with Iran, but he has told Reuters news agency that Trump could be lured into a conflict. "I don't think he wants war," Zarif said in an interview at the Iranian mission to the United Nations in New York on Wednesday. "But that doesn't exclude him being basically lured into one." The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Zarif's remarks. Zarif said a so-called "B-team", including Trump's NSA John Bolton, an ardent Iran hawk, and conservative Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could goad Trump into conflict with Tehran. "Those who have designed the policies thatEmirates24|7
In his capacity as Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE has issued Decree No. 15 of 2019, appointing Ahmed Mahboob Musbah as Director General of Dubai Customs. Sheikh Mohammed also issued Decree No. 16 of 2019 appointing Hala Youssef Badri as Director General of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture). The two decrees are effective from the date of issuance and will be published in the Official Gazette.Emirates24|7
As Shah Rukh Khan has gone into hibernation and is not talking about any film announcement as an actor himself, here is another story. Shah Rukh Khan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali are apparently collaborating to produce a film called Izhaar. Bhansali recently got the title registered with the Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPPA) recently. “It is being said that Red Chillies Entertainment and Bhansali Productions will come together to produce the film. Shah Rukh Khan is expected to star in the movie which will be helmed by a big director. The director has not been finalised as yet and will be done once Bhansali and Khan concur on the name,” says a trade source. Meanwhile the news aboutenglish.alarabiya.net
Former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu recently criticized President Tayyip Erdogan and the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), blaming both for being behind Turkey's woes. A former ally of Erdogan, Davutoglu co-founded the AKP party, previously served as its leader, and remains a high-profile member. “It is unacceptable that security concerns turn into a situation in which, after the recent local elections, constitutional rights - like voting and running for office - can be taken away from those who have been dismissed from their public functions just after the state of emergency without a court decision,” Davutoglu went on.