At least 7 terrorists and 460 radicals are contesting in the Pakistan General Election that is scheduled to take place on July 25. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the biggest manifesto and issue at the general elections this time.
Surprisingly, the Pakistan Election Commission has allowed radical organizations associated with the terrorists to contest elections. Pakistan Election Commission has released a list of 3459 candidates who will be contesting for 272 seats.
Out of the total 3459 candidates,...
India's young sensation Lakshya Sen advanced to the finals of the Asian Junior Badminton Championship 2018 by defeating Indonesian Ikhsan Leonardo Imanuel Rumbay in the semi-finals held at Jakarta on Saturday.
The 16-year-old easily past the Indonesian 21-7, 21-14 in just 40 minutes over fourth-seeded Kumbay to set-up a title decider against top-seeded Indonesian Kunlavut Vitidsarn.
Breaking News I @lakshya_sen enters the final of the Asian Junior Championship in Jakarta after he ousted local...
After the Cambridge Analytical data scandal, Facebook has now suspended Boston-based data analytics company Crimson Hexagon over concerns that it harvested user's data.According to a report in The Wall Street Journal late on Friday, the social media giant was investigating whether the analytics firm's contracts with the US government, a Russian non-profit organisation tied to the Kremlin and the Turkish government violate the platform's policies.Crimson Hexagon has reportedly collected more than...
Linkin Park wrote an emotional message paying tribute to Chester Bennington on hisfirst death anniversary on Friday.
“It has been a year since your passing – a surreal rotation of grief, heartbreak, refusal, and recognition,” the band wrote in social media posts. “And yet it still feels like you are close by, surrounding us with your memory and your light. Your one-of-a-kind spirit has authored an indelible imprint on our hearts – our jokes, our joy, and our tenderness.”
The Indian U-17 Women's National Team produced an unenergetic performance and suffered a humiliating 0-5 loss to Brazil in the BRICS U-17 football tournament in Johannesburg, South Africa on Saturday.
However the Indian women started the match on an attacking note, but it was Brazil who came back strongly with a splendid performance in the 2nd half that eventually shifted the game in favour of Brazilians as 4 goals were scored which completely outplayed India.
#Indian U-17 Women's Team lose to...
The Indian Air Force will participate in the Pitch Black 2018 exercise for the first time. The exercise is conducted at RAAF Base Darwin and RAAF Base Tindal in Australia. This exercise will commence from 24th July and will continue till 18th August.
The participating team consists of 145 air-warriors, with 4 Su-30 MKI, C-130, C-17, Garud Commandos and observers with diverse specializations.
#PitchBlack2018 : Air Power at its Best - All IAF birds check-in at Surabaya, Indonesia, after a long...
"I Hate Luv Storys" actress Sonam Kapoor has, in a quirky online video, opened up about relationships, urging women who are scared to break-up, to just go ahead and do it. She says she's glad she did it herself.
The actress, who speaks her mind and was earlier reportedly dating director Punit Malhotra, tweeted a link to the video on Tuesday. She is seen opening up about relationships and how one should break-up if someone or something isn't making you happy.
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In the video, she admits she has done "enough break-ups".
"Break-ups are so liberating... The first one was easy. We were young, stupid and immature... Basically, what I am saying is that if you're in a really messy relationship, break the f**k up."
The video ends on a cliffhanger, which reads: "Watch Sonam Kapoor spill the beans on her break-ups on September 18."
The actress, meanwhile, told IANS: "I'm always in favour of letting go of the bad things in one's life; whether it's relationships or bad habits. Why should anyone have to deal with things that make them unhappy? We all deserve better in our life."