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16 Bollywood movies banned in Pakistan since 2010


(Web Desk) – India-Pakistan tensions have led to strict censorship and even ban on screening certain movies across the border. 16 Bollywood movies have been banned in Pakistan due to either objectionable content or controversial topics. The latest movie to be banned in Pakistan was Bollywood action thriller ‘Naam Shabana’. The …

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Fleetwood Mac members announce new album


NEW YORK (AFP) – Members of blues-rock powerhouse Fleetwood Mac on Tuesday announced a new album that will bring together all of the band s classic lineup — except Stevie Nicks. Guitarist Lindsey Buckingham said the album would be the first by a duo of him and keyboardist Christine McVie, who …

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Complaint filed against Navjot Singh Sidhu for cracking vulgar jokes in Kapil’s show


NEW DELHI (Web Desk) – The troubles of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ are likely to escalate as a complaint has now been filed against Navjot Singh Sidhu, a fellow member of the comedy show’s cast, for making inappropriate jokes. Arora, an advocate of Punjab and Haryana High Court. He had …

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Saba Qamar hints at marriage plans in 2018


LAHORE– Actress Saba Qamar has hinted at her marriage plans in 2018. The actress says that she do not wishes for a life partner who is rich but the one who has a good character. Saba suggest that her present age is suitable for marriage but cannot provide a time …

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Liquor case: Plea to acquit actress Atiqa Odho dismissed


RAWALPINDI  – A plea to acquit television actress Atiqa Odho in liquor recovery case was dismissed by the civil court. She was named in the case when former Supreme Court Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry took notice during 2011. The case was heard by civil judge Waqar Mansoor who dismissed Atiqa …

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Athletics: End of the road for 50km Olympic walk?


PARIS (AFP) – Athletics  governing body meets in London this week to assess Russia s progress in stamping out doping and whether the 50km walk has come to the end of the Olympic road. Also at Wednesday and Thursday s meeting the IAAF wants to discuss ending the practice of African athletes …

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Tennis: Rain washes out play at ATP Houston tournament


LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Rain washed out all matches scheduled Tuesday at the US Men s Clay Court Championship, the ATP tournament in Houston, Texas. Organizers said all remaining first-round singles matches would be completed on Wednesday. That incudes fifth-seeded Spaniard Fernando Verdasco taking on South African veteran Kevin Anderson and …

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Football: Dybala hits double as Juve stun Barcelona


TURIN (AFP) – Argentina forward Paulo Dybala scored a delightful first-half double to eclipse illustrious compatriot Lionel Messi as Juventus recorded a stunning 3-0 win over Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final. Dybala netted twice before the midway point in the first half and Giorgio Chiellini …

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National weightlifting championship to start from today


LAHORE (APP): The 62nd edition of the National Weightlifting Championship will be held here from Wednesday at Railways Stadium under the auspices of Pakistan Railways Sports Board. “Country’s top lifters will exhibit their prowess and lifting abilities during the two-day premier activity,” said Sports Officer, Pakistan Railways Sports Board, Rashid …

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Corruption probes target nine Brazilian ministers


BRASILIA (AFP) – Brazil’s corruption crisis struck the heart of President Michel Temer’s government Tuesday with the opening of probes into up to nine ministers and scores of lawmakers. What Brazilian media called “the bomb” and even “the atomic bomb” landed when the Supreme Court authorized probes against 108 politicians …

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