Daily Archives: March 7, 2017

Katrina Kaif to work with Salman in his home production

7th March, 2017   With ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ set to go on the floors later this month, Katrina Kaif is reportedly getting to work with Salman Khan in yet another home production of the superstar.   After a working equation ...

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Rekha was secretly married to Sanjay Dutt? Writer spills the beans

6th March, 2017   On a dull Sunday afternoon, suddenly a news started breaking the internet: Rekha considers Sanjay Dutt her husband in her heart of hearts and applies vermillion ‘in his name’.   Many publications referred writer Yasser Usman’s ...

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Russian government trolls Sarah Jessica Parker on Twitter

 5th March, 2017     As a high-wattage star, Sarah Jessica Parker is no stranger to internet trolls.   But the latest troll isn’t a disgruntled fan or a body-shaming blogger: it’s Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which responded to ...

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PM urges UAE to ease visa for Bangladeshis

7th March, 2017   Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday called upon the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to make friendlier the visa regime for Bangladeshi nationals, especially for business visas.   The prime minister made the request when State Minister ...

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Tarana Halim says government to sit with facebook to stop ‘offensive’ contents

7th March, 2017   State minister for Posts and Telecommunications Tarana Halim on Tuesday said the government will sit with the facebook authorities this month to prevent posting of ‘offensive’ contents.   “We will discuss with the facebook authorities to ...

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Zia Orphanage graft case: Khaleda seeks further investigation

7th March, 2017   BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has filed a petition with the High Court seeking its order for further investigation in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case.   She submitted the petition to the High Court on March 1. ...

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Nation observes Historic 7th March

7th March, 2017   The nation is all set to observe the Historic 7th March, a memorable day in the history of Bangalees’ long arduous freedom struggle, on Tuesday with due respect, reports UNB.   On this day in 1971, ...

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Brexit: Government suffers second defeat in Lords

The government has suffered a second Brexit defeat in the House of Lords as peers backed, by 366 votes to 268, calls for a “meaningful” parliamentary vote on the final terms of withdrawal. Backing the move, former deputy PM Lord ...

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