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Trump: We need more time to put out a statement on Pulwama

WASHINGTON: United States President Donald Trump has said he was getting reports on last week’s suicide attack in Pulwama which killed at least 40 Indian paramilitary soldiers and his country will respond "an appropriate time". As Trump addressed the media during an Oval Office signing ceremony, he was asked about the attack. Responding to the question, the US president said, “I...

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LOS ANGELES: Shia LaBeouf is undergoing treatment for alcoholism

Actor Shia LaBeouf, who was accused last week of disturbing a public presentation of musical “Cabaret” in New York, is undergoing treatment for alcoholism, his publicist said on Tuesday. LaBeouf, 28, has voluntarily sought outpatient care for addiction, Melissa Kates, the former “Transformers” star’s spokeswoman, said in a statement. The actor was arraigned last week on charges of disorderly conduct...

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London: Bopanna and Qureshi won the fourth set to level the scores but ended up losing

Rohan Bopanna and his Pakistani partner Aisam-UL-Haq Qureshi did all they could, but nevertheless neglected to draw past the determined pair of Vasek Pospisil and Jack Sock in the rain-hit second round clash of the Wimbledon championships, here on Tuesday. The contest, spilling over to the second day, became lively after Bopanna and Qureshi won the fourth set to level...

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WASHINGTON: The US Navy has promoted a woman to the rank of a four-star admiral.

The US Navy has promoted a woman to the rank of a four-star admiral for the inaugural time in its 238-year history, a milestone for females in the American armed forces. In an observance on Tuesday, Michelle Howard was promoted to vice chief of naval operations, the number two job in the service, after having already shattered barriers in previous...

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Suicide bomber cause to death eight people and injured 13 in an attack

KABUL: On Wednesday, a suicide bomber cause to death eight people and injured 13 in an attack on a bus carrying military personnel in the Afghan capital, Kabul, officials stated. The blast occurred in the heavily secured downtown area near Kabul University at a time of increasing attempts by the Taliban and other insurgents around Afghanistan, where the result of...

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Salman Khan is very impressed with Sidharth Malhotra’s performance

Salman Khan is very impressed with Sidharth Malhotra’s performance in Ekta Kapoor’s just-released thriller ‘Ek Villain’. And as a token of admiration, the star has gifted his designer watch to the actor. Along Saturday, at a party hosted by Sidharth at his apartment to keep the film’s success, Salman, who was the special guest arrived with Jacqueline Fernandez, the leading...

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TOKYO: greenback climbed to 101.50 yen

The dollar rose in Asia Tuesday as gains in Tokyo stocks boosted sentiment, but lower US bond yields kept the unit under the 102-yen level, analysts said. In Tokyo late morning trade, the greenback climbed to 101.50 yen, up from 101.31 yen in New York Monday afternoon. The euro was changing hands at $1.3691 against $1.3694 while it rose to...

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Kareena isn’t too happy about the comparability with Alia bhatt

Since her first film, Alia Bhatt has always been compared to Kareena Kapoor. But we hear that Kareena isn’t too happy about the comparability. Kareena reportedly doesn’t like the fact that Alia is being tagged as the new Kareena Kapoor given the fact that she hasn’t retired yet. Alia on the other hand is a big self proclaimed fan of bebo....

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US man was put behind bars for 13 years for planning to travel to Pakistan

LOS ANGELES: On Monday, US man was put behind bars for 13 years for planning to travel to Pakistan to give weapons training to Al Qaeda fighters, later than spending time fighting in Syria, prosecutors alleged. Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen, 25, pleaded guilty late last year to trying to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. Nguyen, based...

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Israeli aircraft bombed dozens of sites in the Gaza Strip

Israeli aircraft bombed dozens of sites in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, the military said, and troops opened fire and shot down a Palestinian during an arrest raid in the occupied West Bank, Palestinian medics said. The raid came hours after Israel found the physical structures of three Israeli teens in the occupied West Bank who went missing on June...

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NSA has been afforded a far more elastic authority than before recognized

WASHINGTON: The US National Security Agency has been empowered to stop information “concerning” all but four countries globally, top-secret documents say. On Monday the Post reported, “The United States has long had extensive no-spying arrangements with those four nations — Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.” Still, a classified 2010 legal certification and other documents specify the NSA has been...

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TERESÓPOLIS: Brazil will be in trouble in Friday’s World Cup

Brazil will be in trouble in Friday's World Cup quarter-final against Colombia if they afford the outstanding James Rodriguez any space in which to perform, midfielder Fernandinho warned on Monday. The 22-year-old attacking midfielder has been arguably the player of the World Cup and then far, hitting five goals in Colombia's four matches, letting in a magnificent volley in the...

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US drone strike directed in Afghanistan’s Kunar province near the park-Afghan

On Monday, at least three suspected Taliban militants were shot down in a US drone strike directed in Afghanistan's Kunar province near the park-Afghan border region early. In the Marawara district of eastern Kunar province which borders Pakistan – the Afghan website Khaama press quoted provincial security chief, Gen. Abdul Habib Syed Khel as assuring the deaths of three Taliban...

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Israel, announced this week that the long-anticipated sectarian system

Officials in Tel Aviv, Israel, announced this week that the long-anticipated sectarian system should be up and going by the conclusion of 2015. Tel Aviv globally famous for its terminally congested traffic will serve as the buffer program for planned systems in Europe, India and the United States.  ‘Sky Pod’ to Offer Personalized Ride The sectarian system uses a series...

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MUMBAI: The scion of a Bollywood dynasty is forging a career in Hollywood

The scion of a Bollywood dynasty is forging a career in Hollywood in a bid to come out from the vestiges of his legendary father -- and challenge common stereotypes of India. Uday Chopra, younger son of the late Hindi film director Yash Chopra, set up a subsidiary of his father's production house in Los Angeles and this year appeared...

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BAGHDAD: The ISIL whose sweeping Sunni militant offensive has captured swathes of Iraq.

The ISIL whose sweeping Sunni militant offensive has captured swathes of Iraq have announced an "Islamic caliphate" in their territory as Iraqi forces fight to retake Saddam Hussein's hometown Tikrit. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) on Sunday announced it was making a "caliphate" -- an Islamic figure of government last seen under the Ottoman Empire --...

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CHINA: Courts in China’s western Xinjiang region have sentenced 113 people to jail

Courts in China’s western Xinjiang region have sentenced 113 people to jail terms ranging from 10 years to life for terrorist actions and other offenses, the Xinjiang government said, the latest in a spate of prosecutions targeting militant separatism. The convictions come after Beijing has vowed to break down on religious extremists and separatist groups, which it charges for a...

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