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Raj Thackeray miffed with Salman Khan's comments on Pakistani artists
Bollywood Hungama

Raj Thackeray miffed with Salman Khan's comments on Pakistani ...

Last evening, Salman Khan, who launched jewellery line under his charity foundation Being Human, was questioned about his opinion on Indian Army’s surgical attacks as well as ban on Pakistani artists from Indian cinema. While the superstar voiced out his ... Bollywood Hungama, 3 minutes ago
Salman Khan's Being Human forays into jewellery HT Syndication, 4 hours ago
Being Human to retail jewellery Business Line, 13 hours ago

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Art of Jewellery, 15 hours ago
Irish Mirror

The heavy price of Santiago's privatised water

With water availability to Chile's capital predicted to fall 40% by 2070, legislators are being called on to prioritise human and ecological needs over profit When it comes to water, Chile is failing its citizens. In Santiago, the nation's capital, ...
 The Guardian10 hours ago Starving children are surviving on 'rotten food and dirty water' in war-torn Libya  Irish Mirror6 hours ago Know These Tips To Water Your Plant  Asia Net India1 week ago Water at railway stations is contaminated, being rectified  Business Standard2 weeks ago
Business Insider India

Humans have a terrible reputation for killing each another - and new research suggests that's not a surprise

Humans are actually about as murderous as expected. Humans may have a bad reputation for being warmongering and violent, but when it comes to killing each other, meerkats actually have us beat.According to (CSIC), nearly one in five meerkats die at ...
 Business Insider India8 hours ago

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a threat to people of Balochistan: Abdul Bugti

UN Human Rights Council Abdul Nawaz Bugti, today criticized the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor saying the project is not of any development, but a threat to the people of Baloch. Baloch Republican Party Representative to the UN Human Rights ...
 India Today6 hours ago Senate panel pours cold water on Gwadar port. Is China Pakistan Economic Corridor unravelling?  catchnews.com11 hours ago China concerned over its workers' security after Baloch threat  Deccan Herald1 day ago TOFTigers calls for India to spearhead, harness nature tourism  Sify2 days ago

2 persons rescued by Police party of PS Baratang

, at about 2030 hours an information was received at PS Baratang that some sound of human being has been heard from the opposite side creek of Middle Strait. On receipt of above information SHO PS Baratang along with Police party rushed to Nilambur ...
 The Echo Of India6 hours ago
New Indian Express

Innovation and ideas of TED talks, now in salon style

CHENNAI: A re you a thinker or an innovator and have ideas that can define humanity? Well, here's your chance to share your thoughts with like-minded people. Inspired by the annual TED conference, which has hosted speakers as famous as Jane Goodall, ...
 New Indian Express7 hours ago

Man-wildlife coexistence must for sustainable growth

pact of climate change and increasing natural disasters is now an alarming bell for all human beings. If the nature is not respected, one day man would disappear like dinosaur, said eminent freedom fighter Bhabani Charan Pattnayak while inaugurating ...
 New Delhi Pioneer8 hours ago

Bhai's bejewelled touch

| Unnati Joshi Being Human is all set to venture into the jewellery sector and Salman Khan assures it's affordable for all patrons. The dream woman he would like to adorn? Waheeda Rehman. Unnati Joshi reports Sorry we are slightly late today ...
 New Delhi Pioneer8 hours ago
India Today

Human rights in weak states

The very first expression of human rights occurred in 539 B.C., written in cuneiform script as an edict issued by Cyrus the Great when he abolished slavery, declared racial equality and upheld religious freedom. Spreading across India, Greece and ...
 Manila Times10 hours ago Kashmiris being bludgeoned and brutalized by India, says Pakistan's permenant representative in UN  India Today4 days ago Pak terms India's stand on Kashmir a 'travesty of history'  Rediff.com1 week ago Pakistan hits back at India's human rights record  Deccan Herald1 week ago
The Press NZ

John Key urged to raise Sri Lanka's human rights with PM Wickremesighe

, 10:46 pm New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key is being urged to make strong statements about human rights when he meets the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, said a news report published online yesterday by Radio New Zealand. Ranil Wickremesinghe ...
 Sri Lanka Island8 hours ago In Uttarakhand, tackling the tussle with tuskers  Business Line3 weeks ago The elephant in the courtroom  The Press NZ3 hours ago Prime Minister John Key and the elephant in the Sri Lankan courtroom  Dominion Post3 hours ago
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