The new Labour-led government in New Zealand wants to ban non-residents from purchasing residential properties and farms.
"I am trying to protect New Zealanders against some of the excesses of global capitalism," trade minister David Parker said.
New Zealand is ranked one on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business list, making it the best country in the world for entrepreneurs to live and do business in. Further, its air quality is one of the best on the world - for instance Auckland’s PM2.5...
Bringing months of speculations to halt, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party confirmed that their chief Imran Khan has officially married his 'spiritual advisor' Bushra Maneka in an intimate ceremony in Lahore on Sunday.
The cricketer-turned-politician has gotten out of his two past marriages with British socialite Jemima Khan (9 years) and TV anchor Reham Khan (10 months) with mutual consent. Imran met his third wife a couple of years ago.
Bushra Maneka also known as Pinki Pir is a mother of...
Karan Johar's network and connection with renowned celebrities are not hidden from the masses. Seems like the filmmaker has used them all for his upcoming satirical drama 'Welcome to New York' where A-list Bollywood stars will be seen making their appearance.
Merely 4 days away from its release, the makers of India's first 3D satire released a goofy number titled 'Smiley' featuring Shahid Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu and Yami Gautam among others prompting to viewers to bring...
'Judwaa 2' fame Varun Dhawan and the celebrated filmmaker Karan Johar share a sacred bond. Each time the actor tastes success, his mentor boosts with pride as any parent would. Seems like KJo has another project for his protégé.
Helmed by 'Dulhania' series hitmaker Shashank Khaitan, the procedure for the making of Johar's upcoming revenge drama titled Rannbhoomi has commenced. This will be the director's third film with the guru-shishya duo.
Taking the announcement to social media, Karan Johar...
BJP MP from Bansgaon, Kamlesh Paswan and 27 other people have been booked under rioting and criminal conspiracy charges, in connection with a land dispute in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh on Monday as per a PTI report.
Praveen Kumar Singh, an officer of Cantonment police station stated that Kamlesh Paswan, the sitting MP from Bansgaon constituency, and others were booked last night in connection with the dispute in Rustampur area.
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Mumbai City FC defeated ATK in Kolkata on Sunday with a 2-1 score-line, giving their hopes of reaching playoffs a new lease of life. The Islanders now have 20 points from 15 games.
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The game started off sluggishly with ATK dominating the early exchanges but defensive mistake provided Marcio Rozario with a goal scoring opportunity which was aptly put away.
Two minutes into the second half, ATK...
WATCH: When Satya Nadella Wiped Off His Palms After Shaking Hands With PM Modi
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September 29 , 2015 , 16:47 IST
Did Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella insult Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the US? For a video that has gone viral on social media shows Nadella wiping off his palms immediately after shaking hands with PM Modi.
The big question is if this is what Nadella usually does after shaking hands with everyone or PM Modi was an exception in this particular case. The alleged incident took place at ‘Digital India’ dinner in Silicon Valley where Modi met CEOs of tech majors in Silicon Valley.
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Earlier, another video from Modi’s US visit that had gone viral showed him pushing the Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg aside to ensure that his photo was clicked properly.
ALSO READ: Watch: Even Mark Zuckerberg Can't Come Between PM Modi And The Camera
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's love for camera has been well documented and talked about by the social media. However, there was another chapter added to this love story. The moment happened during PM Modi's visit to the Facebook HQ.
A video titled "No one should come in between Modi and camera, not even Mark Zuckerberg," has now gone viral on Facebook that reportedly took place before the start of the Townhall event in Silicon Valley.
The video shows Zuckerberg trying to get a better view of what Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Modi were discussing and then accidentally blocking cameras from taking the perfect picture of the three.
(Now, Mark Zuckerberg- you may have invented world's biggest social network, become a billionaire at a very young age and even addressed United Nations. But, there are somethings you just can't do. Like coming between PM Modi and a camera.)
So, before you know it our camera savvy PM grabbed Zuckerberg, and pulled him towards the right while gesturing to the waiting shutterbugs.
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