Actors Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt are currently promoting their film Gully Boy, set to hit theatres on February 14, Valentine’s Day. The two along with director Zoya Akhtar and producer Ritesh Sidhwani flew to Germany to attend the premiere of the film at the ongoing Berlin International Film festival.
Robert Vadra, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi's brother-in-law, on Saturday appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for the third time in connection with a probe into allegations of money laundering in purchase of assets abroad.
The Shiv Sena on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should answer whether the Rafale deal was meant to strengthen the Air Force or a financially-troubled industrialist.
The Thai princess whose stunning announcement that she was running for prime minister was quickly opposed by her brother, the king, thanked her supporters on Saturday, saying she wants Thailand to be “moving forward”, but did not comment on her candidacy.
Prakash Padukone has carved out an unparallel legend of his own. His All England title in 1980 provided the much needed fillip to Indian badminton and the opening of his academy in 1994 played its part in catapulting Indian shuttlers to the higher echelons. Not to forget the rebel association he formed in 1997 that brought the end of an autocratic regime.
The stunning extortion claims made by Amazon and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos against the Trump-friendly National Enquirer tabloid have spotlighted a fierce behind-the-scenes media feud, taking place in an ever more toxic US political climate.
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US President Donald Trump has announced that he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi, Vietnam, on February 27 and 28, for their second high-stakes summit meeting intended to eliminate a potential nuclear threat.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on Friday said he believed "a deal can be done" to avoid a disorderly British exit from the EU, after a meeting with a key ally of British Prime Minister Theresa May that he said went very well.