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The truth behind this photo shared by Hindus, Muslims and Christians
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The truth behind this photo shared by Hindus, Muslims and Chri...

A graphic photograph of two young men engulfed in flames lying on a street flanked by an angry mob–this image that surfaces periodically on social media is in circulation once again. It has been used, every time, to whip up rumours of atrocities against one ... Sify, 3 weeks ago

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After Misbah, Younis Khan announces retirement

IMAGE: Pakistan's Younis Khan reacts during a nets session. Photograph: Morne de Klerk/Getty Images Pakistan's most prolific test batsman Younis Khan will quit international cricket after the three-Test series in West Indies starting later this month, the 39-year-old said on Saturday. Misbah reveals biggest regret of his career Younis' announcement comes after captain Misbah-ul-Haq said on Thursday that the upcoming Caribbean tour will be his last. "People are calling me and asking me not to ...
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Atul Kasbekar, Producer of Neerja, reacts to the Bhanot family controversy

Atul claims that the makers have given the due share to Neerja Bhanot’s family. Neerja biopic starring Sonam Kapoor did good business and helped Sonam win her first National Award. Director Ram Madhvani too got the honour. Now Neerja Bhanot’s ...
 catchnews.com5 days ago
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Eco corridor will result in China controlling much of Pakistan

The master plan reveals a far more expansive project involving Chinese penetration into Pakistan’s agriculture, industry, telecommunications, surveillance and intelligence networks and even leisure and popular culture. Ajai Shukla reports. Pakistani English daily Dawn has published comprehensive details of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a proposal that Beijing portrays as a vehicle for Pakistan’s development but which now appears as a thinly-disguised land grab that ...
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Digvijaya Singh may have a point: Entrapment in terror cases is a scary reality

Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh sparked a controversy with a series of tweets on Monday, alleging that the Telangana police has set up a 'bogus ISIS site which is radicalising Muslim youths and encouraging them to become ISIS modules'. Telangana DGP ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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2 more suspected ISI agents arrested; kin cry foul

The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad in a joint exercise with Maharashtra Police carried out overnight raids and nabbed a suspected Inter-Services Intelligence operative in Mumbai, who was part of an espionage racket linked to the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi. Three ISI suspects have been arrested since Wednesday as the UP ATS launched a massive crackdown to smash the espionage racket. Acting on leads provided by ISI suspect Aftab Ali, arrested from Faizabad, 120 km from Lucknow on ...
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Why Gambhir isn't friendly with Pakistan cricketers...

‘We had a heated exchange on the field some years ago and it made headlines all over the world. While I have moved on in life as I feel these things are part and parcel of the game, Gautam for some reason can't get over it’ Top 10 infamous tiffs on the cricket field! IMAGE: Pakistan's Shahid Afridi, right, argues with India's Gautam Gambhir during their third one-day international cricket match in Kanpur, on November 11, 2007. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters He shares a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Movie Review: Noor

Mumbai, You're Killing me!, would, perhaps, have been the appropriate title for this adaptation of Saba Imtiaz’s novel Karachi, You're Killing Me! . But then the whole emphasis would have shifted inexorably to the city, nor the person. Noor Roy Chaudhary ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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Review: Noor is a mix of fluffy romance and flimsy drama

When Noor engages in shallow activism for the heck of it, it rambles and drags, feels Sukanya Verma. The manic pixie dream girl has a whiny sister. I like to call her the uppity scatterbrained pinterest princess. Unlike the manic pixie, this one is a goofy grouch blaming the world for the inadequacies of her life while harbouring grand notions about her own importance in it on the strength of aspirational quotes and a set of friends purely existing for her benefit and rescue.  In ...
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'I have evolved as an actor'

'My first film put me in the spotlight as a commercial heroine. After that, I kept getting such films and I enjoyed them. Whatever I have learnt, I have learnt on the job through these films.' 'I have also made mistakes like everyone but I have learnt from them and moved on.' Sonakshi Sinha gets us ready for Noor. Photograph: Sonakshi Sinha/ Instagram Sonakshi Sinha has romanced Salman Khan in Dabangg and kicked butt in Akira. But it’s her role in Lootera that remains closest to her ...
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