• Kangana Ranaut looks stunning on the red carpet of Cannes Film Festival
Kangana Ranaut looks stunning on the red carpet of Cannes Film Festival

Deepika Padukone is slaying us all with her fashion choices at Cannes Film Festival . In another, she asks her fans to watch out for her Cannes red appearance. The plunging neckline of the catsuit added further oomph to the look. Along with Sonam Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan , Kangana Ranaut, Deepika Padukone , Huma Qureshi and Mallika...

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  • Trump drops populist proposals in his policy, calls for more generic drugs
Trump drops populist proposals in his policy, calls for more generic drugs

The administration's written proposal is more vague, saying that it "may" prohibit these gag clauses in plans for Part D, the Medicare drug program. That idea has always been supported by Democrats but is a non-starter for drugmakers and most Republicans in Congress.

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  • Meghan Markle's waxwork figure is here, and it isn't half bad
Meghan Markle's waxwork figure is here, and it isn't half bad

He tweeted: "Sources confirm that Meghan's wedding dress is finished and safely hidden at Windsor Castle until the big day". "I'm sure it'll be a very special day for everybody", the second-in-line to the throne told ET Canada , adding that he was feeling "obviously marvelous" about t the event.

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  • Matt Drudge Not a Fan of Trump's 'Fake News' Threat
Matt Drudge Not a Fan of Trump's 'Fake News' Threat

Despite the acrimony between the White House and the press, Sanders told White House reporters on Wednesday, "We are going to continue to try to work with you". White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders bristled, when asked to square her insistence Trump's White House advocates for the press, with Trump's tweet , by a reporter who s...

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  • Sirens sound in Golan Heights: Israeli army
Sirens sound in Golan Heights: Israeli army

The Israeli military claimed to have identified "irregular activity" by Iranian forces in Syria , and instructed civic authorities on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights to ready bomb shelters. On Tuesday, after the president announced that the United States would be leaving the 2015 multilateral deal with Iran - also signed by France, Russia, ...

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  • Google to ban all ads related to Irish abortion referendum
Google to ban all ads related to Irish abortion referendum

Meanwhile, Facebook said Tuesday it will block foreign adverts aimed at the Irish referendum, "as part of our efforts to help protect the integrity of elections and referendums from undue influence". The referendum is due to take place on May 25 . "What is happening here is not about one side or the other, it's about democracy and transparency...

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  • Mormon Church And Boy Scouts Ending 105-Year Partnership
Mormon Church And Boy Scouts Ending 105-Year Partnership

Last year, after the Boy Scouts announced that girls would be allowed to participate, the LDS Church pulled 185,000 14- to 18-year-olds out of the program . 19% of the 2.3 million participants in the Boy Scouts are Mormon, and around 10% of scouting councils will be affected in a "significant way" by the departure of the LDS Church.

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  • Kim Jong Un holds second meeting with Xi Jinping in China
Kim Jong Un holds second meeting with Xi Jinping in China

The front pages of Chinese evening newspapers show China's President Xi Jinping meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Beijing on March 28. Shortly after the news of Kim-Xi summit in Dalian, Trump said he would speak with Xi on North Korea. Moon said Kim was "a very open and practical person" and both leaders had a mutual goal ...

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  • When India Will Shift It's Embassy To Jerusalem?
When India Will Shift It's Embassy To Jerusalem?

New U.S. Embassy road signs went up in Jerusalem. Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat was seen installing the first directional sign to assist persons looking for the new US Embassy, which is locating to Jerusalem. "By taking Jerusalem off the table , I wanted to make it clear that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and as for specific boundaries, I woul...

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  • Second Indian girl raped, set on fire
Second Indian girl raped, set on fire

She is being treated in the neighbouring West Bengal state, said Akhilesh Kumar Jha, Deputy Inspector General of police. "There is a chance that she will survive", Shailendra Barnwal, police superintendent of Pakur district, said. She died from injuries sustained in the fire. The two cases have shone a spotlight on the treatment of rape in India,...

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  • Trump Bataclan Barbs `Shocking, Unworthy,' French Minister Says
Trump Bataclan Barbs `Shocking, Unworthy,' French Minister Says

The French foreign Ministry announced on this occasion a special statement which said: " France strongly disagree with the comments of the President of trump on Paris attacks that took place on 13 November 2015, and it requires respect for the memory of the victims of these events".

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  • Trump Warns West Virginians Against Voting For GOP Senate Frontrunner: 'Remember Alabama'
Trump Warns West Virginians Against Voting For GOP Senate Frontrunner: 'Remember Alabama'

Blankenship served a year in federal prison after being convicted in conspiring to violate mine safety rules, following a 2010 mining disaster in which 29 people died, The Times noted. President Donald Trump has insisted his campaign did not collude with Russian Federation to help him win the election. In a new radio ad, Blankenship says that...

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  • Jordan drawn alongside Australia for 2019 Asian Cup
Jordan drawn alongside Australia for 2019 Asian Cup

Our home record is fairly good but outside home we have really struggled. "I was part of the National Team in 2011 in Doha where we last played in the Continental Championship". Asia's most prestigious worldwide football competition will kick-off in the UAE on January 5, 2019. Sunil Chhetri, who turns 34 this August, does not agree with the vie...

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  • Mass arrests across Russian Federation as Putin foes protest inauguration
Mass arrests across Russian Federation as Putin foes protest inauguration

In a tweet , Navalny said authorities wrote him up for organizing a rally and resisting police. But the protests also showed the determination of Navalny's sizable number of core supporters, many of them young, who are still willing to risk detention and police violence to make their voices heard.

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  • Iran Threatens to Quit Nuclear Deal if US Walks Away
Iran Threatens to Quit Nuclear Deal if US Walks Away

Iran insists there is no way it will renegotiate the nuclear pact, which is officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and endorsed by UN Security Council Resolution 2231. Yermakov stated that there was no reason for Iran to pull out of the deal, and it was in a strong position because it was fully meeting its obligations.

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  • US, Iran talk tough over fate of nuclear deal
US, Iran talk tough over fate of nuclear deal

Zarif says if there were a new deal, concessions would come from Iran "and not the West". Official Berlin has urged trump to save the current agreement with Iran , and UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres said that there was a risk of war if the global agreement will not be saved.

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  • Lightning strike believed to cause damage to Telstra cables in regional NSW
Lightning strike believed to cause damage to Telstra cables in regional NSW

Telstra posted a photo of the cable pit on social media on Friday, saying it had "significant fire damage consistent with lightning strike". "We are working to restore services as quickly as possible and are sorry for service interruptions", the spokesman said.

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  • Oklahoma has 'likely' first tornado of 2018, ends record
Oklahoma has 'likely' first tornado of 2018, ends record

Severe thunderstorms are expected across parts of the southern and central Plains into the middle Mississippi Valley on Wednesday , which could bring another round of tornadoes , it said. "The storms will initially be supercells but likely become more lines or clusters as they reach northeast Oklahoma after 8 p.m". Preliminary numbers by the S...

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  • Israeli PM talks Iran, trade with Japanese counterpart
Israeli PM talks Iran, trade with Japanese counterpart

The Japanese leader said his government supports a two-state solution to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with the final status of Jerusalem to be settled through negotiations between the concerned parties. The first visit of Shinzo Abe to Israel took place in January 2015. Japan is reportedly consulting with Israel on its counter-terro...

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  • Michael Caputo says 'it's clear' Mueller investigators focused on Russian Federation collusion
Michael Caputo says 'it's clear' Mueller investigators focused on Russian Federation collusion

The combative tenor was apparent even in the official statement Wednesday from White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirming that Flood would replace Cobb, which referred to Mueller's investigation as "the Russian Federation witch hunt".

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