The Greatest Threat To Our Fabric Of Democracy Is Donald Trump’s Fear Mongering

Posted In: News Date:Oct 22nd, 2018

Of all the liars in the world,” wrote Rudyard Kipling, “sometimes the worst are our own fears.” He could’ve also added presidents and their fear mongering. Consequently, we ...

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Faysal Quraishi to return to films with 'Sorry: A Love Story'

Posted In: News Date:Oct 22nd, 2018

KARACHI: With a plethora of films having released in recent years, it’s easy to say that Pakistani cinema is flourishing. The likes of Humayun Saeed and Fahad Mustafa have remained consistent ...

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Aamir Khan returns to Mogul sets after Subhash Kapoor quits over rape accusations

Posted In: News Date:Oct 22nd, 2018

With the upcoming biopic in Bollywood, Mogul’s director Subhash Kapoor stepping out, megastar Aamir Khan has jumped on board as the producer of the film.

According to a report by Mumb ...

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Indian firing, explosion kill 14 in held Kashmir

Posted In: News Date:Oct 22nd, 2018

The victims included six who were killed when an explosion occurred among a crowd protesting against Indian occupation.

Thousands of demonstrators, some hurling stones, marched on a village ...

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PM Khan arrives in Saudi Arabia saying Pakistan 'desperate' for loans

Posted In: News Date:Oct 22nd, 2018

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday arrived in Saudi Arabia to attend an investment conference, saying his country was going through the worst debt crisis of its history.

“The ...

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Surveillance footage shows Saudi operative in Khashoggi's clothes after he was killed, Turkish source says

Posted In: News Date:Oct 22nd, 2018

Istanbul (CNN)One member of the 15-man team suspected in the death of Jamal Khashoggi dressed up in his clothes and was captured on surveillance cameras around Istanbul on the day the journalist wa ...

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Canada Post hit by rotating strikes in Victoria, Edmonton, Halifax, Windsor, Ont

Posted In: News Date:Oct 22nd, 2018

The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees has begun a series of rotating strikes in four cities.

The 24-hour strikes began Monday at 12:01 a.m. ET in Windsor, Ont., and at 1:01 a. ...

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Trump takes a U-Turn on Saudi response to Jamal Khashoggi’s death

Posted In: News Date:Oct 21st, 2018

ELKO: US President Donald Trump said Saturday he was not satisfied with Saudi Arabia’s response to a dissident journalist’s death, but warned against scrapping a multibillion-dollar dea ...

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17 dead after train flips in Taiwan, injuries 132 people

Posted In: News Date:Oct 21st, 2018

At least 17 people have died after an express train derailed and flipped over on a popular coastal route in Taiwan on Sunday.

The Taiwan Railways Administration confirmed 17 people had been ...

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Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh To Get Married On Nov 14th

Posted In: News Date:Oct 21st, 2018

Actors Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh Sunday announced that they are getting married in November.

In a post shared on their respective social media accounts, the couple revealed that th ...

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Anu Malik removed as Indian Idol judge after #MeToo allegations

Posted In: News Date:Oct 21st, 2018

Indian composer Anu Malik has been removed as Indian Idol judge following multiple allegations of sexual harassment.

“Anu Malik is no longer a part of Indian Idol jury panel. The show ...

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Russia warns US against making 'dangerous move' over nuclear arms deal

Posted In: News Date:Oct 21st, 2018

Moscow, Russia - Withdrawing from a Cold War-era nuclear weapons treaty with Russia as President Donald Trump has announced he plans to do is a dangerous step, Russia's deputy foreign minister warn ...

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US, China, Others Tentatively Agree To Resolve Unexpected Air Encounters

Posted In: News Date:Oct 21st, 2018

SINGAPORE: Several countries including the United States and China agreed "in principle" on Saturday to multilateral guidelines to manage unexpected encounters between their military aircraft, join ...

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Thousands in a migrant caravan are waiting to cross the Guatemalan-Mexican border amid sweltering heat

Posted In: News Date:Oct 21st, 2018

Tapachula, Mexico (CNN)Thousands of Central American migrants fleeing poverty and violence packed a bridge connecting Guatemala and Mexico in sweltering heat Saturday as part of a politically charg ...

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At least 60 killed as train crashes into crowd in India

Posted In: News Date:Oct 20th, 2018

A speeding train has crashed into a crowd watching fireworks during a religious festival in northern India, killing at least 60 people and injuring dozens more, police said.

The train faile ...

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