A few years ago, Salman Khan surprised everyone by revealing that he loves to paint. Later, pictures of his artworks were out and they turned out to be excellent. His fans always loved his performances […]
Over the past few months, we have been informing readers about Shenaz Treasury’s epic vacation in Maldives. The actress, who is easily the most travelled celebrity of Bollywood, had flooded her Instagram profile with updates […]
HOT! ‘Occasionally normal’ and ‘perennially sexy’ Ruhi Singh makes your weekend hotter with this picture
Ruhi Singh might not be making waves in Bollywood films. But on Instagram, she’s surely emerging as an actor to watch out for. Her hot pictures are a treat and off late, she’s posting loads […]
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- Supreme Court extends deadline on Aadhaar linkage amid legal challenges December 15, 2017NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Friday passed interim orders extending the linking of the country's biometric ID program to welfare schemes to March 31, as it weighs petitions on the legitimacy of the government's demand to make Aadhaar mandatory for a range of services.
- China says war must not be allowed on Korean peninsula December 15, 2017BEIJING (Reuters) - The crisis over North Korea's weapons programs must be resolved through talks, not war, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Thursday, while U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned of the danger of "sleepwalking" into conflict.
A Federal Court judge has ruled that the Immigration Department must reconsider the case of a man who is in “legal limbo” with “no way out.”
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board to review some 4,500 claims made by injured workers whose compensation may have been unfairly cut due to controversial guidelines.
Players might have to leave a little money on the table when they’re negotiating new contracts, Damien Cox writes, and that could help the roster in the long run.