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Thai drag queens hope new TV show brings LGBT acceptance

Reuters Before his shows at a jazz club in Bangkok, Pan Pan Narkprasert, 29, slathers layers of makeup on his face, emerging after two hours transformed into Pangina Heals, a larger-than-life, purple-lipped lady with a mass of blonde hair. A professional drag ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago

At least 54 children dead in Venezuela measles outbreak: NGO

At least 54 children from an indigenous tribe have died from an outbreak of measles in a remote jungle region of eastern Venezuela, a human rights group said today."The propagation started in early January and we are calling for a health alert," said Armando ...
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Nigerians play key role in drug biz: Narcotic Control Bureau of Ahmedabad

On March 6, the Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) of Ahmedabad nabbed the Kingpin the of Cocaine Drug racket. He was identified as Ramvirpal John Somadina, 41 a Nigerian national, who stayed in Bangalore and was brought to Ahmedabad. Prima facie, it was found out ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Kingpin of illegal drug racket arrested in Ahmedabad  DNA1 month ago
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'India's IT system is safe and secure'

'Information highways are getting stronger and being strengthened.''Occasionally, accidents could occur. But do you stop constructing highways because two motor cars collide?' Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com "India has the biggest footprint of Facebook," Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad tells Kiran Rathee. There have been reports of cyber theft and data loss on a regular basis. How secure is India's cyber space? First of all, India's IT system is safe and secure. I will ...
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They've arrived well before we thought they would: Gen Rawat on China

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Tuesday lauded China's military prowess, saying the neighbouring country, along with its economic rise, also focused on military modernisation. "They have arrived well before the intended time than we had thought they would arrive," Gen Rawat said at an event organised by the Vivekanand India Foundation. Last week, China unveiled its largest defence spending increase in three years, setting an 8.1 per cent growth target this year, fuelling an ambitious military ...
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No Sir! The Oscars weren't boring at all!

'The way the winners react and the speeches they deliver.''That is where the fun happens, when the actors and other winners let down their guard, challenge the system, talk about issues that should matter to us,' says Aseem Chhabra. IMAGE: Guillermo del Toro won the Best Director Oscar for The Shape of Water, which also won the Oscar for Best Picture.This is the fourth time in the last five years that a Mexico-born film-maker has won the Best Director trophy.Photograph: Matt Sayles/A.M.P.A.S ...
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Book by FBI chief fired by Trump to hit stores in April

James Comey, who was abruptly removed as Federal Bureau of Investigation chief by United States President Donald Trump last year, will share unheard stories from his career in a book this April. In “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership”, Comey will “explore what good, ethical leadership looks like and how it drives sound decisions”, according to Pan Macmillan, which has acquired the publishing rights in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth excluding Canada.
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Shape of Water Review: Spellbinding Ode to Impossible Love

'Del Toro hits a cinematic nerve in capturing an enduring love for the oddball, the beauty in the bizarre and, most importantly, reminding what it's like to have what one wished for since a kid -- a happy ending,' says Sukanya Verma. Guillermo Del Toro sees people. And monsters. He dives inside souls and seeks out beauty from the grotesque like rare pearls that'd be little more than mothballs to the unfeeling eye. It's probably what sparked his desire to see a romantic union between the tragic ...
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