• Jai Lava Kusa to release on 21st September!
Jai Lava Kusa to release on 21st September!

Famous in his work for Hollywood films such as Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island and Peter Jackson The Lord of Rings trilogy. The film's shooting commenced in Hyderabad during the month of February and the hero joined the sets in March this year.

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  • India Presents Abundant Opportunities For US Investors: Modi
India Presents Abundant Opportunities For US Investors: Modi

The two countries also announced the Smart Grid and Energy Storage consortia under the US-India Joint Clean Energy and Research Development Center. We discussed the problems and challenges arising due to terrorism, extremism and radicalisation.

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  • Westbrook caps historic season with MVP award
Westbrook caps historic season with MVP award

He received 69 first-place votes and 888 points from a panel of 100 media members and a fan vote to easily beat Houston's James Harden , who had 22 first-place votes and 753 points. Brogdon was the No. 36 overall selection out of Virginia. Drake arrives at the NBA Awards at Basketball City at Pier 36 on Monday, June 26, 2017, in NY.

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  • Dileep ready to undergo narco test
Dileep ready to undergo narco test

Dileep is furious that a section of the media and social networking groups are making stories that he is completely unaware about. In the audio, Suni, now lodged in the Ernakulam District jail near Kochi, purportedly told Dileep's manager that money should be given if the actor's name should not be dragged in the case.

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  • 'The Bachelorette' recap: To Norway with love
'The Bachelorette' recap: To Norway with love

When it's time for the next group date , it includes everyone but Kenny and Lee. After the rose ceremony , Rachel and the remaining bachelors travel to Copenhagen, Denmark, where a group of guys take part in spirited Viking-style games.

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  • IS fighters launch counterattacks in west Mosul neighborhood
IS fighters launch counterattacks in west Mosul neighborhood

The mosque's imam had been executed about a month earlier for refusing to join Islamic State . The narrow, windy streets of the Old City, an area packed with heritage treasures covering about three square kilometres on Mosul's west bank of the Tigris, were littered with rubble.

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  • Ruling in travel ban leaves myriad questions unanswered
Ruling in travel ban leaves myriad questions unanswered

In agreeing to hear the case later this year, the Supreme Court is allowing parts of the order to go ahead. The U.S. travel ban does not apply to Egypt but to Yemen and five other Muslim-majority countries - Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Sudan.

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  • Keith Urban's sweet anniversary wish for Nicole Kidman
Keith Urban's sweet anniversary wish for Nicole Kidman

The country couple recently celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary with each other, and Urban thought there was no better way to commemorate the occasion than making all of their fans swoon over a candid and romantic picture post via social media.

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  • Stephen Colbert: Russian Intelligence Are Hardcore Fans, Followed Me Everywhere
Stephen Colbert: Russian Intelligence Are Hardcore Fans, Followed Me Everywhere

While in Russia , Colbert appeared on a talk show to " announce " his run for president in 2020. "Man, it is good to be back in the U.S.A.", Colbert said Monday. But it's important. Keep your eye on a comedian. Let me explain it to you: "A white male host does some monologue jokes, then sits behind a desk to interview celebrities", Colbert quipp...

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  • Cosby trial: Jury back deliberating after deadlock
Cosby trial: Jury back deliberating after deadlock

The jury consists of seven men and five women, who have requested recently for the full context of quotes Cosby gave in a deposition , in which he talked about the pills he gave Constand . Cosby is just happy to know that 12 of his peers understand that the facts of this case just don't add up". The long days appeared to be wearing on jurors .

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  • Bill Cosby case ruled a mistrial
Bill Cosby case ruled a mistrial

Prosecutors might ask the judge to reconsider his ruling that allowed just one of Cosby's 60 other accusers to testify. The comedian also faces a defamation lawsuit by model Janice Dickinson, who claims Cosby drugged and raped her in Lake Tahoe, California , in 1982.

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  • Ukrainian serviceman killed in car bomb
Ukrainian serviceman killed in car bomb

Maksym Shapoval, was killed in a vehicle explosion in Kyiv's Solomensky district on Tuesday morning, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said on its website. Police said officers had received a message saying a Mercedes had exploded at a crossroads in the Solomyansky district, killing a man inside the vehicle.

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  • Trump and Modi reaffirm Indian-US relations with a hug
Trump and Modi reaffirm Indian-US relations with a hug

The US president was joined by First Lady Melania Trump , and Vice President Mike Pence for the dinner. President Trump reaffirmed the support of the United States for India's permanent membership on a reformed U.N. There is no USA ambassador in New Delhi (though White House aide Kenneth Juster is reported as a likely candidate to fill t...

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  • Supreme Court will hear religious liberty challenge to gay weddings
Supreme Court will hear religious liberty challenge to gay weddings

Americans United for Separation of Church and State, in a statement , said the high court should use the case to make it clear that religious-freedom claims don't override anti-discrimination laws. In other words, religious-liberty advocates have reason to be hopeful, but not necessarily to assume that they're heading for a win - yet, anyway. Go...

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  • SCOTUS rules on two gay rights cases
SCOTUS rules on two gay rights cases

Charlie Craig and David Mullins filed a complaint against Phillips and his suburban Denver shop after Phillips said he would not create and decorate a cake in honor of their marriage. This particular case, known as Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission , goes back to 2012. When the bakery's owner heard that the cake was...

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  • Kevin Harvick showcases usual form, returns to Victory Lane — NASCAR Sonoma recap
Kevin Harvick showcases usual form, returns to Victory Lane — NASCAR Sonoma recap

Sonoma Raceway hosts the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race once a year. Harvick was the most aggressive, building an eight-second lead over the rest of the field. Larson is coming off a Cup win last week at MI - where he also started from the pole - and is looking to make it two consecutive wins. Truex passed pole-sitter Larson for t...

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  • Eminem debuts new look, throwing Twitter into uproar
Eminem debuts new look, throwing Twitter into uproar

The Grammy victor was known for his signature blond hair and clean-shaven, age-defying look. Eminem posted a picture of himself posing alongside Dre and rapper Kendrick Lamar , and fans couldn't get over the normally clean-shaven rapper's scruffy new look.

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  • Jewish stars, directors and shows clean up at Tonys
Jewish stars, directors and shows clean up at Tonys

This year the Tony voters spread the wealth around, calling " Hello Dolly " the best musical revival, and honoring its star Bette Midler . Cynthia Nixon , who won best featured actress for Lillian Hellman's The Little Foxes , said the groundbreaking 1939 play about lesbian relationships was "eerily prescient", particularly at "this specifi...

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  • John Oliver: Trump Lying About Taping Comey Was
John Oliver: Trump Lying About Taping Comey Was "Extraordinarily Stupid"

Conservatives continue to vilify former FBI Director James Comey and his friends - most notably Benjamin Wittes, Brookings Institution fellow and Lawfare editor, who published a story a day before the Comey hearing, that he met with the New York Times to discuss specifics about Comey and Trump's relationship .

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  • Trump Welcomes India PM as US Sanctions Pakistani Militant
Trump Welcomes India PM as US Sanctions Pakistani Militant

The Prime Minister said that trade; commerce and investment are the key areas of cooperation between the two sides. President Donald Trump is kicking off an afternoon of meetings at the White House with India's prime minister. He said the USA and India will enhance intelligence-sharing. "We have had a lot of discussions already", adding, "the r...

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