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About 16 results for "anxious fathers"

George Clooney nervous about fatherhood

Hollywood star George Clooney is "nervous" about becoming a father to twins but is thoroughly excited about Amal's pregnancy. The 55-year-old star is expecting twins with his lawyer wife and is a little anxious about the whole thing, reported People magazine. Business Standard, 2 months ago

6 images for anxious fathers

New Indian Express, 2 months ago
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Christian Today, 2 months ago
Times of India, 4 months ago
Uganda Daily Monitor, 4 months ago
Irish Mirror, 5 months ago

Pakistan SC to deliver verdict in Panama Papers case

Lahore, April 20 (IANS) Pakistan's top court is expected to deliver its verdict on Thursday in the high-profile Panama Papers scandal involving Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family. Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf ...
 Sify6 days ago
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Mamata Banerjee tells Hasina: Leave Teesta, take Torsa

The charm offensive to woo West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was very much on display as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina held talks at the Hyderabad House in the Capital on Saturday. Minister of External ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Disequilibrium : MACHIAVELLIAN KAK

Long years after J&K’s accession to India, disputed by many but irrevocable because Maharaja Hari Singh signed the Instrument of Accession, it was the nationalist uprising led by Sheikh Mohd Abdullah which turned the tide in India's favour, his son has ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

BREAKING: Veena Malik in her first interview to Indian media speaks about her traumatic marriage and reason to divorce

The phone rings from Pakistan.  It is an old friend. I’ve known Veena Malik for some years now. We’ve had our differences in opinion especially about her attitude to public exposure. But she remains someone I care about.The news is not ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago
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Review: Running Shaadi is boring

Only if the script was better...Only if the film maintained the promise of its beginning...Only if situations weren't conveniently and easily resolved...Only if the director understood the potential of the story he had on his hands...Running Shaadi wouldn't be the morass of boredom it is notes Savera R Someshwar. It sounds promising -- A comedy that capers around helping couples elope, while underlining the generation gap between parents and their children and the travails that tag inter-state, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

How to stay sane in a world of crazy news

Life comes at you fast—these days, it seems, at the speed of light. The first 100 days of any new presidential administration bring a flurry of actions and reactions, but this first month alone has been a blizzard of executive orders, presidential tweets, ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Arkavathy landlosers, site allottees pin hopes on BDA board meet

It is a never-ending wait for landlosers and site allottees in Bengaluru Development Authority's (BDA) Arkavathy Layout. A decade ago after completing his Masters in Agriculture, Kiran J N thought he can experiment with organic farming in the land owned by ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

New York City Immigrant Affairs chief: I was in tears

'This is not the country certainly that my parents came to -- right? -- that they have made their home.''Many of the people who were detained for hours on end were people like my family, right?''You would never treat your own mother, never treat your own aunt, the way people were being treated.'Nisha Agarwal, commissioner of the New York mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs and the daughter of Indian immigrants, discusses Donald Trump's executive order on immigration with Rediff.com's Vaihayasi ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why every Indian must watch Newton

'The Maoists want the tribals to boycott the election while the police think the election is a farce and don't want to risk going deeper in the conflict zone.''Newton (played with sincerity and deep felt passion by Rajkummar Rao) wants to make sure that the locals cast their vote, a right given to them by the Constitution.'Aseem Chhabra reports from the Berlin film festival for Rediff.com IMAGE: Rajkummar Rao and Anjali Patil in Amit Masurkar's Newton: 'A very important film that should make ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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