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  • Sexy Sunny Leone 'races' for a cause!

    Sunny along with her husband is gearing up to raise funds for the cancer society through the marathon race event. A source close to Sunny Leone revealed that the actress along with her husband Daniel have been hitting the race track hard since they would like to raise monies for the cancer society via this marathon.

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  • Bill Gates just described his biggest fear — and it could kill 33 million people in less than a year

    (Inc) Bill Gates. You would think that Bill Gates, the ever-so-friendly richest man in the world, wouldn't be afraid of much.  But as he recently told Ezra Klein at Vox, he does have some major fears for humanity.  "I rate the chance of a nuclear war

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  • Shiamak Davar on choreographing Aiba in Dubai

    When it comes to dance in India, the name Shiamak Davar has high recall value. Since his breakthrough as a choreographer with the 1997 hit Bollywood film Dil To Pagal Hai, Davar has gone on to build a dance empire, now spread across the world, including centres in the UAE. Today, there are very few A-list actors in Bollywood he hasn’t worked with, and his shows have taken him on tours around the world, including projects with Hollywood films — the latest one being choreographing scenes in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, which was shot in Dubai.

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  • Christian beheads jihadist in Syria revenge killing: monitor

    A Syrian Christian fighter has beheaded an Islamic State group (IS) militant to avenge people "executed" by the jihadists in northeastern Syria, a monitor said on Friday. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the incident took place on Thursday in Hasakeh province, where IS holds large areas of the countryside. According to the monitor, the Christian fighter, a member of the minority Assyrian community, found the jihadist in the local village of Tal Shamiram.

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  • IS claims suicide bombing on Shiite mosque in Saudi, 4 dead

    A suicide bomber disguised as a woman blew himself up in the parking lot of a Shiite mosque during Friday prayers, killing four people in the second such attack in as many weeks claimed by the Islamic State group. The latest attack and a suicide bombing at a Shiite mosque that killed 21 people last Friday appeared aimed at fanning sectarianism and destabilizing the kingdom. Both attacks took place in the oil-rich east, which has a sizable Shiite community that has long complained of discrimination.

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  • Biblical soap opera enjoying ungodly success in Brazil

    The actress agonizes on her deathbed, her hair and makeup impeccable, as the hunky male lead clutches her hand. The scene oozes with over-the-top drama that makes Brazil's prime-time soap operas as much of a national institution as soccer or Carnival. Set in ancient Egypt and loosely based on the story of Moses, "The Ten Commandments" is billed as Brazil's first biblical soap opera.

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  • UN nuke agency report shows Iran probe essentially stalled

    Amid accelerated international efforts to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, the U.N. atomic agency on Friday reported that work on a key element — an assessment of allegations that Tehran worked on atomic arms — remains essentially stalled. The report from the International Atomic Energy Agency also reiterated that more cooperation is needed by Iran for full clarity on its present activities. After years of deadlock, Iran and the IAEA agreed in November 2013 on a new attempt to probe the accusations.

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  • Boston graduate crowned maharaja of Indian royal dynasty

    A 23-year-old economics graduate was crowned Thursday maharaja of a centuries-old royal family in southern India in an elaborate ceremony involving 40 priests and attended by 1,000 well-heeled guests. At 15 temples spread throughout opulent palace grounds in the city of Mysore, Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar was inducted as the 27th head of the Wodeyar dynasty which once ruled swathes of southern India in a two day event. Wodeyar, a recent economics and English graduate from Boston University, succeeded Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wodeyar who died in 2013 of a heart attack.

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  • Samsung is reportedly developing a crazy phone with two screens that you might be able to fold in half

    The phone is being called Project Valley internally, or Project V, the report says. Sam Mobile is speculating that the phone could be completely bendable given its name, Project V, which could be a reference to the shape it makes when you fold it. Samsung has said in the past that it will be able to deliver a phone that's completely foldable by 2016, but the company hasn't divulged any details on such plans.

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  • The FIFA arrests show how far Qatar has fallen in the past 5 years

    The US Department of Justice's charging documents against 14 individuals accused of bribery and racketeering in conjunction with their roles at FIFA, soccer's international governing body, barely mention Qatar. If the allegations made by DOJ prosecutors are accurate, the hosting rights for the 2010 World Cup, the 2011 FIFA presidential election, and a number of South American soccer tournaments were tainted by nearly $150 million in bribes. It's difficult to believe that Qatar's World Cup bid was any cleaner than the rest of the apparently sordid day-to-day business of FIFA.

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  • Sheikhs, ministers offer condolences

    Families of the Al-Qadeeh martyrs have received a number of sheikhs who work in the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, who came to offer condolences and stand with them in their hour of grief. The Minister of Islamic Affairs, Sheikh Saleh Al Alsheikh, issued a circular for imams in Makkah to allocate next Friday's sermon to talk about the terrorist operation that targeted worshippers in mosques in Al-Qadeeh and Dammam. Undersecretary for Planning and Development Mohammad Basodan denounced this operation and confirmed that the criminal act had nothing to do with Islam.

    Arab News
  • Shocking ads ignite debate about abortion ban in Chile

    The video shows a woman climbing a stairwell, her belly visibly pregnant, as she offers suggestions: Make sure there are no security cameras. The video is one of a series of mock abortion tutorials, part of a public campaign urging Chile to allow women to end pregnancies in cases of rape or medical complications. It would be a radical change for Chile, one of only four countries that prohibit all abortion, according to the New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights, though a handful of others are so restrictive that they have de facto bans.

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  • The 'LeBron Effect' is the biggest deciding factor in the NBA

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are in the NBA Finals for the first time since 2007 after sweeping the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals. While it's been eight years since the Cavs made it, it's LeBron James' fifth-straight trip to the Finals and his sixth overall. A part of the NBA world believes LeBron only has a few peak years left.

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  • This is how you know China is worried

    The Chinese economy is slowing, the housing market has ground to a halt, the banking sector is laden with debt, and the Shanghai Composite is swinging wild — hitting new highs on Monday only to drop 6.5% on Thursday. As you can imagine, the Chinese government is worried. “Seen from the stage China is at right now, whether it can transfer savings to effective investment will be the key to stable economic growth," said the insider.

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  • After Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan coming together for Salman Khan's BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN, should we expect 3 Khans together in a movie?

    By Shaheen Irani, Glamsham Editorial Salman Khan's BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN first look as a Kashmiri is out, and it is not only impressive, but it is also the most powerful image you will come across! While there is always eagerness around a Salman Khan movie

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  • Iran, N. Korea 'collaborate' on nuclear arms: Iranian opposition

    An exiled Iranian opposition group accused Tehran Thursday of a "vast collaboration" with North Korea in developing nuclear arms, alleging that experts from both countries made regular intelligence-sharing visits. "The Iranian regime continues to collaborate with North Korea on nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles," the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) said in a report citing sources close to the Iranian government. North Korean experts spent a week in the Iranian capital in April this year, the report said, staying at a site close to the country's defence ministry.

    AFP
  • Why Has Rekha Walked Out Of 'Fitoor'?

    Yesteryear diva Rekha, who had shot for Abhishek Kapoor's upcoming film Fitoor, has reportedly walked out of the project over a difference of opinion with the director, compelling the makers to hunt for a senior actress to play the role that was to be essayed by Rekha. Sources claim that Rekha was displeased with the final rushes of the film, which wrapped up shooting this weekend and when she told Kapoor that she was not happy with her look in the film, Kapoor graciously agreed to re-shoot the portions featuring her.

    Movie Talkies
  • McDonald's is making 2 major changes to its burgers

    McDonald's is overhauling its business to boost lagging sales, and even the burgers are getting a makeover. McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook announced the changes at a conference in New York on Wednesday. "These little things add up to big differences for our customers," Easterbrook said, according to Bloomberg.

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  • Pakistan judge orders CEO held for faked diploma allegations

    A Pakistani judge ordered police Wednesday to hold and question the embattled CEO of a software company for a week on allegations he oversaw a global diploma mill, as broadcasters aired images of blank degrees stacked in his firm's offices. The judicial order marked the latest crisis for Shoaib Sheikh, the top official at Axact, a software company which a recent New York Times report accused of making millions of dollars selling fake high school diplomas and university degrees. While Axact has denied the allegations and threatened legal action against the Times, Pakistani investigators said they found hundreds of thousands of fake degrees during a raid Wednesday on the company's offices in Karachi.

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  • Why Is Kiran Rao Heartbroken?

    Yes, it seems that director Kiran Rao is indeed nursing a broken heart, but before you gossip-hungry readers out there assume that Aamir Khan has something to do with this, let us assure you that all is well on the marital front. It seems that Rao, who had been spearheading FilmBay, a National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) initiative to provide an alternative, exhibition space for independent and art-house cinema and documentaries, has decided to part ways with the initiative. Confirming the news, Rao said, ''FilmBay was a dream project for me, and when I found an ideal space for it, I took the project to NFDC with a lot of hope and expectation.

    Movie Talkies