Priyanka Chopra may not want to work in Bollywood

Priyanka Chopra’s abrupt exit from Ali Abbas Zafar’s upcoming film Bharat has raised many questions, but the lead actor of the film Salman Khan has a few questions on his own. Salman finally broke his silence. After all the hoopla and friendly-banter on Twitter between Priyanka Chopra and Salman Khan while welcoming her on-board his next film Bharat, Salman Khan was as taken aback as fans when Priyanka Chopra decided to walk out of the project. A few weeks back, Ali Abbas Zafar, the director of Bharat who also directed…

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Chinese investments in Bangladesh may defect Iran

The Chinese government has invested more than £2.3 million ($3 billion) into building the Padma – known as the Ganges in Bangladesh – as part of its wide plan to spend £23.1 billion ($30billion) in Bangladesh infrastructure, causing controversy over China’s investments with Iran. The 6km bridge over the Padma river will link the north and south of Bangladesh by road and rail, marking one of Bangladesh’s most challenging infrastructural projects to date. China’s investment comes after the World Bank pulled out £935.4 million ($1.2 billion) from the Padma bridge…

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NASA plans a Spacecraft for mission in the Sun

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is launching this weekend on Aug. 11. Its destination: the sun. In fact, NASA stated its goal with the Parker Solar Probe is to “touch” the sun. It’s sending a spacecraft “the size of a small car” directly into the sun’s atmosphere. And in preparation for that launch NASA has released a video titled “It’s Surprisingly Hard to Go to the Sun”. I have some issues: First, there’s nothing surprising about it. Second, the answer is pretty self-explanatory. The sun is very hot, people! This isn’t rocket science.…

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Four Indian soldiers Killed in a clash against Pakistan

Four Indian soldiers killed as Pakistani Army fires at Indian posts in Kashmir’s Gurez sector; two militants die in operation Srinagar: The Pakistan Army fired on Indian Army posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Gurez sector on Monday night. The attack left four Indian Army soldiers, including a Major, dead. Two militants were also killed in the retaliatory firing and their bodies were found later, though initial reports said four militants had been gunned down. Police officials said that unlike Kupwara and Uri, Gurez does not witness frequent…

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Antarctica glaciers are being naturally complicated

Antarctica glaciers are being naturally complicated ! Are Antarctica’s glaciers losing or gaining ice? The continent’s vast ice sheet could have a big impact on sea-level rise. ntarctica’s glaciers are constantly moving. New ice forms in the interior as snow falls and is compacted under its own weight. This new ice then pushes the older ice downhill toward the sea. But now, Antarctic glaciers are losing ice faster than they are gaining it. Konrad: “They’re transporting the ice to the ocean faster than they get resupplied by snow.” While at…

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Muslim immigrant raped Melbourne high school girl

It took five years for DNA from another crime to catch up with a young rapist, but now, over a decade after the “violent and terrifying attack” on a 17-year-old Melbourne girl, a South Sudanese man is to be stripped of his Australian citizenship. Jal Galuak was 13-years-old when he followed the teenage high school student into a Melbourne park, threatened her with a cricket bat and raped her in April 2007. He spent the next few years amassing a serious criminal rap sheet, including false imprisonment, robbery, making threats…

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Mateo Kovacic to find his new home in Chelsea

When Inter signed Mateo Kovacic at the age of 18 they were acquiring the signature of one of Europe’s most coveted teenage prodigies. There was hardly a major club on the continent that had not had their eye on the midfielder from Dinamo Zagreb. It was clear that Inter, the club with which he had once trained as a 10-year-old boy, had pulled off a coup. Croatian legend Zvonimir Boban described Kovacic at the time as “the complete midfielder” before adding: “I would say that he has the potential to…

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How heavenly was secular communist Afghanistan

Heavenly Afghanistan under Communist Party, before Soviet-Afghan War :  Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, invasion of Afghanistan in late December 1979 by troops from the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union intervened in support of the Afghan communist government in its conflict with anticommunist Muslim guerrillas during the Afghan War (1978–92) and remained in Afghanistan until mid-February 1989. During the time Afghanistan has No inflict of terrorism , highly women education , great education system  and likely a good life style for everyone in Afghanistan and it would be claimed as nicest country in entire south Asia …

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