Sanjay Khan: I still hope Sussanne and Hrithik get back together

Sanjay Khan: I still hope Sussanne and Hrithik get back together

In an interview to a leading daily, Sanjay Khan spoke about his daughter Sussanne Khan and her former husband Hrithik Roshan Sussanne Khan and Hrithik Roshan. Picture Courtesy: Instagram/@suzkr. Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan called off their fourteen years of...
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Emerging markets like India to see tightened monetary policy in 2019: Moody#39;s

Emerging markets like India to see tightened monetary policy in 2019: Moody#39;s

Moody’s Investors Service on Tuesday said larger emerging markets like India are expected to continue to tighten their monetary policies next year. “India, and Indonesia are likely to grow near trend despite external and domestic challenges… ...
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One Legacy of Merkel? Angry East German Men Fueling the Far Right

One Legacy of Merkel? Angry East German Men Fueling the Far Right

EBERSBACH-NEUGERSDORF, Germany — Frank Dehmel was on the streets of East Germany in 1989. Every Monday, he marched against the Communist regime, demanding freedom and democracy and chanting with the crowds: “We are the people!” Three decades later, Mr. D...
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Holocaust trial: Germany tries former SS guard at Stutthof camp

Holocaust trial: Germany tries former SS guard at Stutthof camp

Image copyright EPAImage caption The face of the defendant, seen here in court, has been obscured by court order A former SS guard has gone on trial in Germany accused of complicity in mass murder at a Nazi death camp...
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Facebook used to ‘incite offline violence’ in Myanmar, says report

Facebook used to ‘incite offline violence’ in Myanmar, says report

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Facebook is the internet for many in Myanmar Facebook has said it agrees with a report that found it had failed to prevent its platform being used to “incite offline violence” in Myanmar. The independent...
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Runaway train derailed in Australia after 50 minutes

Runaway train derailed in Australia after 50 minutes

Image copyright BHPImage caption The train had been transporting iron ore from a mine in Western Australia A freight train was deliberately derailed after hurtling through Western Australia at high speed for 50 minutes without its driver. The 268-wagon train,....
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Africa:Continent’s Biodiversity Crisis – A Call to Action

Africa:Continent’s Biodiversity Crisis – A Call to Action

guest column By Olusegun Obasanjo Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has called on his fellow African leaders to take action to tackle the current biodiversity crisis facing the continent and do more to protect Africa’s natural resources. Th...
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Africa:President Mnangagwa Courts Continent’s Vote On Sanctions

Africa:President Mnangagwa Courts Continent’s Vote On Sanctions

By Takunda Maodza Conakry, Guinea — President Mnangagwa arrived here yesterday on a two-day State visit at the invitation of President Alpha Condé and will use the occasion to appeal for African support in Zimbabwe’s efforts to re-engage the West...
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Ottawa Senators players apologize for video that showed them trash-talking their team

Ottawa Senators players apologize for video that showed them trash-talking their team

UPDATE: 9:10 p.m. — Members of the Ottawa Senators have apologized for their remarks in a video that showed them trash-talking an assistant coach and other aspects of the team.Statement from the Ottawa Senators – Ottawa Senators Coaches and Players...
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U.S. Olympic Committee moves to revoke USA Gymnastics’ governing status over the sport

U.S. Olympic Committee moves to revoke USA Gymnastics’ governing status over the sport

The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has taken the first steps to revoke USA Gymnastics of its status as the national governing body for the sport in the latest fallout from the sex abuse scandal involving a former team doctor.The...
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