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Love Sonia gets rave reviews at The Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne

MUMBAI: Love Sonia continues it’s winning streak with an opening night at Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne last night. After the success of its premiere in UK, the Melbourne screening received a standing ovation as well. Director Tabrez Noorani was present with his leading ladies Mrunal Thakur, Richa Chadha and Freida Pinto and was lauded for exposing the human trafficking nexus that spans continents.

Priyanka quits 'Bharat' in 'Nick of time', says director

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra is not going to be a part of superstar Salman Khan starrer "Bharat" any more. Director Ali Abbas Zafar broke the news saying the reason for her opting out in the "Nick of time" is "very special".

Suicide bombings, attacks in Syria kill 38

At least 38 people were killed and 37 wounded in a series of bombings and attacks that rocked government-held areas in Syria's Sweida province on Wednesday, state media and opposition activists reported.

Hindus welcome Trident Health for free Yoga Camp for Kids with Special Needs in Charleston

 Hindus have commended award-winning Trident Health hospital system for launching free Yoga Summer Camp for Kids with Special Needs in Charleston (South Carolina).

A bag full of award nominations for Love Sonia at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne!

MUMBAI: Along with the festival spree for the team of Love Sonia and Director Tabrez Noorani, it’s raining nominations too. As the team is all set to take the film to Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, Love Sonia is not just opening the festival but also has been nominated in the various award categories including a Best Director nomination for Tabrez Noorani.

Unruly mob in Karnataka town lynches a Hyderabad techie working with Google

HYDERABAD: A long drive on his weekly day off along with a relative and friends proved to be deadly for Mohammad Azam, a software engineer who was beaten to death by a mob in Karnataka's Bidar district on Friday on suspicion of being a child lifter.

PM Narendra Modi is the second most influential world leader on Twitter, Trump most followed leader

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GENEVA: U.S. President Donald Trump is the most followed world leader on Twitter, with 52 million followers on his @realDonaldTrump account which has more than doubled since taking office on January 20, 2017, according to the newly released 2018 Twiplomacy study by BCW, a top-three and the first truly integrated global communications agency in the world.

India accuses Zeid of bias on Kashmir, Guterres of overstepping mandate

India has accused UN Human Rights Commissioner Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein of exhibiting "clear bias" in his report on Kashmir and criticised Secretary-General Antonio Guterres of overstepping his mandate in his report on children in armed conflict.

In the situation of floods in Jammu and Kashmir every help shall be provided: Ranjit Singh Brahmpura 

 A few days before the announcement of heavy rains by administration in Kashmir, due to which the level of water on the Jhelum river was very high, in which the atmosphere of district Anantnag of the valley had become quite stressful because the loss of people in the valley and business establishments of India was not fully completed after the hits of floods in 2014 and now the same fear woken up in the people of the valley and keeping the situation in views, people living in areas along embankments of the Jhelum river and streams, and in low-lying areas of central Kashmir were advised to remain vigilant, three (3) people died due to heavy rain related incidents and the weather department has indicated heavy rains for the next 2-3 days after seeing the instructions given by the administration, all the schools and colleges of the valley have been closed for the next few days.

Sitharaman visits rifleman Aurangzeb's family in J&K

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday visited the family of rifleman Aurangzeb who was abducted and killed by militants in Jammu and Kashmir on June 15.

Indian Government ends ceasefire in J&K, dismay in Valley

NEW DELHI: As terrorist activities continued even after a month-long Ramadan ceasefire announcement in Jammu and Kashmir, the Centre on Sunday decided not to extend its unilateral initiative, declared on May 16 to coincide with the holy month, evoking dismay among people in the state.

Government ends ceasefire in J&K

 Amid unending violence blamed mostly on militants, the Centre on Sunday decided not to extend its unilateral ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir, declared on May 16 to coincide with the holy month of Ramadan.

Kovind, Modi, Rahul greet nation on Eid

President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday greeted the people on the occasion of Eid, praying that it should usher goodwill and harmony.

Soldier killed in Pakistan sniper fire on LoC

 An Indian soldier was killed on Saturday in Pakistani sniper fire on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district.

Youth killed in Kashmir clashes

A young man was killed on Saturday in clashes with security forces post Eid prayers in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag town, police said.

Rana K.P. Singh greets on Eid-ul-Fitr

Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rana K.P. Singh extended warm greetings to the people of Punjab on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.

Punjab CM greets people on Eid-Ul-Fitr

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday extended warm greetings to the people on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, with a call to celebrate the festival in a spirit of harmony and bonhomie.

UN calls for probe into human rights violations in Kashmir

GENEVA: Indian and Pakistani security forces used "excessive" force in both sides of Jammu and Kashmir, killing and wounding civilians since 2016, the UN said on Thursday, in a first-ever report calling for an international investigation into alleged violations in the disputed territory.

UN calls for probe into human rights violations in Kashmir

Indian and Pakistani security forces used "excessive" force in both sides of Jammu and Kashmir, killing and wounding civilians since 2016, the UN said on Thursday, in a first-ever report calling for an international investigation into alleged violations in the disputed territory.

Eid shopping turns unruly in Srinagar

Shopping fever ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr turned to panic here and in other towns of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday as people began mobbing shops after news reports said the Eid moon might be sighted in the evening.

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