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Salman Khan hates Aamir Khan ‘professionally’

MUMBAI (Web Desk) – Bollyood actor Salman Khan on Wednesday confessed on social media that he hates Aamir Khan professionally. Salman expressed his views on Twitter after recently watching Dangal with his family. “My Family saw #Dangal today evening and thought it was a much better film than #Sultan. Love ...

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Pakistan will be better prepared in Melbourne: Sami Aslam

MELBOURNE: Pakis­tan’s young opening batsman Sami Aslam, who had modest returns of 22 and 15 at the Brisbane Test, said his side was ready to better handle Australia’s attack led by the always-threatening Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood, who adopted an aggressive, short-pitched attack in the day-night opener. “Due to ...

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UNSC adopts anti-Israeli settlement resolution

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has passed a resolution censuring Israel for its settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territories after the US refused to veto it, reversing its longstanding policy of shielding the Israeli regime from condemnatory resolutions at the world body. The Egyptian-drafted resolution was passed with 14 votes in ...

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Syria reinforces Homs push after Aleppo win

The Syrian military, in high spirits after liberating Syria’s second city of Aleppo from militants, has stepped up its counterterrorism push in Homs Province farther to the south. Government forces drove Daesh terrorists out of several strategic positions across the sprawling central province on Saturday. Notable among the advances was ...

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UN calls on Bahrain to release prominent human rights activist

The United Nations has called on Bahraini regime to “immediately and unconditionally” release the country’s prominent human rights campaigner Nabeel Rajab, after Manama grilled the imprisoned activist over criticizing the government and the Wahhabi ideology. “We are seriously concerned about the ongoing prosecution of Nabeel Rajab,” said Liz Throssell, the spokeswoman ...

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Yemeni retaliatory attacks leave 16 Saudi troops, mercs dead

Yemeni army soldiers, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have shot dead three Saudi troops in the kingdom’s southwestern province of Jizan and killed over a dozen mercenaries inside Yemen amid Riyadh’s relentless aerial aggression against its beleaguered southern neighbor. According to a report by Yemen’s al-Masirah television, Yemeni ...

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