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Daily Archives: September 28, 2016

Salman Khan, Karan Johar come out to support Pakistani artists

MUMBAI – Bollywood actor Salman Khan and producer Karan Johar have stepped in to support Pakistani artists. According to Indian media, Salman Khan has telephoned Raj Thakrey, the president of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS). The actor has appealed the president to let ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ and ‘Raees’ release peacefully ...

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We would have dropped Sachin from 2012 ODI team: Sandeep Patil

MUMBAI: Sachin Tendulkar would have been dropped from India’s ODI team in 2012 had he not announced his retirement, former chief selector Sandeep Patil revealed in an interview to a Marathi channel on Wednesday. It was heavily speculated in the media at the time of Tendulkar’s retirement that the former ...

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Another black man shot dead by US police

An African-American man has been shot and killed by police in San Diego, California, amid protests over police killings of black people. The shooting happened on Tuesday afternoon and witnesses said the victim was mentally challenged and unarmed when shot by police. At around 14:00 local time, gunfire erupted in a parking ...

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US officer won’t face charges in death of black man

A white Memphis police officer, who fatally shot an African-American man, will not face federal civil rights criminal charges, a prosecutor says. On July 17, 2015, Officer Connor Schilling shot and killed 19-year-old Darrius Stewart after he engaged in a confrontation with the officer. Schilling stopped a car for a broken ...

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Tough anti-graft law takes effect in South Kroea

A tough controversial law aimed at rooting out rampant corruption and bribery in South Korea has taken effect in the country. The new legislation, which had been upheld by the Constitutional Court in July, came into force on Wednesday to prevent people from bribing teachers, journalists and officials. Dubbed the ...

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Typhoon Megi kills one in China, four in Taiwan

Typhoon Megi has reached the eastern Chinese coastal province of Fujian, causing flooding and damage and killing one person. Typhoon Megi hit Chinese mainland with winds of around 120 kilometers an hour, causing massive rainfall, on Wednesday, according to Xinhua news agency. One man died after a flash flood tore through ...

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Egypt updates death toll from refugee shipwreck to 202

The death toll from a recent refugee shipwreck off Egypt’s coast has risen to 202 people as rescue teams continue the search deep in the Mediterranean for the missing victims. Egyptian officials said Tuesday that 33 new bodies had been recovered from the boat, which capsized on September 21 on its way ...

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