• Iran's reformist ex-president calls on supporters

    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's reformist ex-president has called on Iranians to cast their vote in the crucial upcoming election despite a ban preventing many reformist candidates from running.

    Associated Press
  • How B-Town Divas Dazzled At The 61st Filmfare Awards

    Deepika Padukone looked stunning in a ruby red trailing Ralph & Russo number. Alia Bhatt could not make a red carpet appearance as her performance was scheduled first. Aditi Rao Hydari was looking like an absolute princess in her pastel and sweetheart neck gown by Gauri & Nainika along with Isharya earrings from Minerali.

  • Ex-model can seek divorce payout from Saudi sheikh in UK: court

    A former model who was married to a wealthy Saudi sheikh won the right to seek a payout from him in London, after a court rejected Monday his claim to have diplomatic immunity. Christina Estrada, 53, who has appeared in the Pirelli calendar and was once linked to Britain's Prince Andrew, will be able to seek a share of Sheikh Walid Juffali's estimated £4 billion (five billion euro, $5.7 billion) fortune. Juffali had argued that his status since 2014 as permanent representative for Saint Lucia to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) meant he was immune from a claim.

  • 5 Heart Touching Proposals Of Bollywood Couples

    The bold and beautiful Malaika Arora did not waste a minute when she knew she had found her Mr. Right. After five years of dating, on one New Year's night, in a cosy moment, Malaika just turned to Arbaaz and asked, "I think we should move this to the next level. Childhood sweethearts, Fardeen Khan and Natasha Madhvani, had known each other forever! So, after years of dating, when Fardeen thought it was time to make it official, he chose a unique way to do it.

  • Hayden Panettiere, Christina Aguilera Do 'Lady Marmalade' on 'Lip Sync Battle'

    It’s the Nashville reunion you didn’t even know was a Nashville reunion!

  • North Korea will now reportedly have America's most advanced missile system in its backyard

    The most advanced missile system on the planet can hunt and blast incoming missiles right out of...

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  • Taraji P. Henson Made A Fumble On Instagram During The Super Bowl Halftime Show

    Taraji mistook Coldplay for Maroon 5 and blamed it on the "Kool-Aid."

  • Your ability to read this message reveals something incredible about the mind

    Can you read the message below? The above passage, written in a combination of letters...

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  • Dubai visitors jailed for Dh766,000 villa break-in

    Five visitors have been jailed for five years each for breaking into a villa and stealing Dh766,000 worth of gold jewellery and cash after damaging the surveillance camera system. The five Colombian men, G.A., F.S., J.A., J.B. and C.K., had broken into an Emirati man’s villa from where they stole the valuables in Nad Al Hammar area in June.

    Gulf News
  • Is This Why Cam Newton Walked Out Of His Super Bowl Postgame Press Conference?

    It looks like there was a bit more to Cam Newton's Super Bowl postgame conference than met the eye.

  • Disputes over South China Sea must not involve 'bullying': White House:

    By Matt Spetalnick and Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will deliver a tough message to China during a summit with Southeast Asian countries next week that disputes in the South China Sea must be resolved peacefully and not with a big nation “bullying” smaller neighbors, the White House said on Tuesday. Obama will also address North Korea’s “provocations,” a nuclear test last month and a rocket launch over the weekend, when he hosts the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in California on Monday and Tuesday, aides said. Ben Rhodes, Obama’s deputy national security adviser, said the president will reiterate that territorial disputes over the area, where China and several Southeast Asian states have conflicting and overlapping claims, must be handled through negotiations and consistent with international norms.

  • 8 Two-Heroine Bollywood Films To Look Forward To In 2016

    While earlier Bollywood actresses used to hardly ever come together for a film, heroines today have no qualms sharing screen space with fellow actresses. The film is an adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel Great Expectations and while Tabu will play Miss Havisham's role, Kat will essay the role of Estella. Aditya Roy Kapurwill play the male protagonist. Richa will play Sarabjit's wife Sukhpreet Kaur and Ash will play his sister Dalbir Kaur in the movie and the latter will be going all de-glam for her role.

    Movie Talkies
  • Oil prices rebound from sharp selloff; more volatility expected

    By Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Crude oil prices pushed higher on Wednesday after Iran said it was open to cooperation with Saudi Arabia, partly recovering from an 8 percent fall in the previous session on concerns over demand and weak equities. Prices were supported by comments from Iran's oil minister that Tehran is ready to negotiate with Saudi Arabia over the current conditions in global oil markets. Meanwhile, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is unlikely to cut a deal with other producers to reduce ballooning output.

  • Why Is the United States More Afraid of the Islamic State Than Russia?

    It’s actually Putin and a rising Russia that pose the greater threat to world order. And that's something we need to acknowledge, for ourselves and our allies.

    Foreign Policy Magazine
  • Qatar just snubbed the world's No. 1 cycling team for its lack of 'respect'

    The cycling federation of Qatar — a country that's been accused of human-rights...

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  • UFC's 'Wonderboy' and the Re-Emergence of the Karate Master in the Octagon

    Every time Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson hit him on Saturday night, Johny Hendricks got a look on his face like, " Wait, what?" Over the course of their three minutes ...

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  • US Army study: Iraq's Mosul dam at 'higher risk' of failure

    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq's Mosul Dam has long been branded the world's most dangerous dam, at risk of collapsing and sending water crashing over millions of people. That prospect is even greater than was previously believed after the Islamic State group captured the dam briefly in 2014, according to a new report by U.S. Army engineers.

    Associated Press
  • Pope says he angered Merkel with comments on Europe

    Pope Francis has revealed that he received an angry phone call from German Chancellor Angela Merkel after he compared Europe to a "barren woman", in an interview published Monday. In an interview with Italy's Corriere della Sera, Francis said he had received an angry phone call from Merkel afterwards. "She was a bit angry because I had compared Europe to a barren woman, incapable of producing children," Francis said.

  • GCC debt to double, assets to slide by 2020: report

    Public debt of the oil-rich Gulf states is expected to double and assets decline by a third by 2020 as they seek to finance budget deficits due to sliding prices, a report said Tuesday. After having posted massive deficits of $160 billion last year and faced with a $159 billion deficit in 2016, the six Arab states of the Gulf will have to borrow and tap into their huge fiscal reserves to finance the budget shortfall, said the report released by the head of research at Kuwait Financial Centre (Markaz), M.R. Raghu. In 2012, in contrast, the Gulf states posted a combined surplus of $220 billion.

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