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    Vikas Bahl’s ex-wife questions Kangana’s claims

    Vikas Bahl’s ex-wife Richa Dubey has come out in support of the filmmaker and slammed actress Kangana Ranaut for her claims. Dubey took to Twitter on Friday and questioned Ranaut, who worked with Bahl in Queen, why she continued to have a good friendship with the filmmaker despite his alleged inappropriate actions. Ranaut alleged that Bahl used to “bury his face in her neck” and “hold her really tight”. The actress’ claims come after a former Phantom Films employee accused Bahl of sexually abusing her in 2015 in Goa. “This is going beyond boundaries and tolerance level now this is not a #MeToo but a meme,” Dubey said. “I want to ask all the women if a man makes you uncomfortable and touches you

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    Saudi media says any US sanctions over Khashoggi would 'stab its own economy to death'

    "The information circulating within decision-making circles within the kingdom have gone beyond the rosy language used in the statement," Aldakhil wrote, referring to the earlier comment. "There are simple procedures, that are part of over 30 others, that Riyadh will implement directly, without flinching an eye if sanctions are imposed," he said. "If US sanctions are imposed on Saudi Arabia, we will be facing an economic disaster that would rock the entire world," he added. He warned that any sanctions would lead to the kingdom's "failure to commit" to specific levels of oil production and "if the price of oil reaching $80 angered President Trump, no one should rule out the price jumping to $100,

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    Missing journalist Khashoggi's fiancée reveals fond details of last day together

    "We were going to browse appliances for our new home and meet with our friends and family members over dinner," she wrote. "When we arrived at the consulate, he went right in. He told me to alert the Turkish authorities if I did not hear from him soon." The heartfelt article, which described how the pair met at a conference in Istanbul in May and bonded over their "shared passion for democracy, human rights and freedom of expression" was published on Khashoggi's birthday, Cengiz said. "I had planned a party, inviting his closest friends to surround him with the love and warmth that he had missed," she wrote. "We would have been married now." Cengiz said Khashoggi fled Saudi Arabia with two suitcases

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    3 Philippine islands named most beautiful in Asia by Conde Nast

    Dubai: If you’re looking to surf, enjoy a relaxing island holiday or simply lounge by the beach, look no farther than the Philippines. The country has recently laid claim to the first three of this year’s top five most beautiful havens in Asia, with their awe-inspiring landscapes and Instagram-worthy sunsets. The 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards of lifestyle magazine Conde Nast Traveler, ranked surfing destination Siargao as the best island in Asia, followed by Boracay and Palawan in the second and third spot, respectively. Located 800 kilometres southeast of the country’s capital, Manila, Siargao is among the lesser-known tourist destinations in the Philippines although it is becoming increasingly

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    Passenger killed on Dubai Palm Jumeirah

    Dubai: A horrific traffic accident on Sunday caused the death of a passenger and left two others with injuries, according to Dubai Police.  The accident happened on the Palm Jumeirah on Sunday early morning, after the truck driver lost control of the vehicle. PHOTO BY: Supplied “The driver lost control due to the excessive amount of goods it was carrying. This caused the vehicle to steer off the road,” said Dubai Police. One passenger was killed at the scene, while the driver and the other passenger sustained injuries. PHOTO BY: Supplied Both injured were immediately transported to Rashid Hospital for treatment.

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    Turkish police uncover blatant media inaccuracy in Khashoggi, says expert

    In a tweet, exposing the blatant inaccuracy in the Qatari media outlets’ coverage, challenging the misreported news and dubious sources, Turkish academic and columnist, Emre Uslu said in a tweet on Sunday that the Turkish police  confirmed his earlier analysis regarding the inaccuracy in the alleged picture of Saudi citizen Salah Mohammad A. Tubaigy. Last Update: Monday, 15 October 2018 KSA 01:49 - GMT 22:49

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    Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson end engagement

    Davidson and Grande began dating shortly after she broke up with late rapper Mac Miller. The pair was never shy about sharing affection for one another publicly, especially on social media. The early weeks of their courtship were filled with fawning Instagram posts. Once their engagement went public, they spoke openly about their fast affection for one another. In an August interview with GQ, Davidson called himself "the luckiest guy in the world." "The day I met her, I was like, 'Hey, I'll marry you tomorrow,' " Davidson recalled. "She was calling my bluff. I sent her a picture [of engagement rings]. I was like, 'Do you like any of these?' She was like, 'Those are my favorite ones,' and I was