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Court allows Sharif to travel abroad for 4 weeks
International

Court allows Sharif to travel abroad for 4 weeks

The Lahore High Court has allowed former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad for four weeks for medical treatment, adding that the duration could be extended based on medical reports.

Lucky Ali: If online clicks make you happy, you are a loser
Entertainment

Lucky Ali: If online clicks make you happy, you are a loser

In today's day and age, most artistes are trying hard to stay relevant. For singer Lucky Ali, who has been in the music industry for over three decades, it's all about staying "irrelevant". He says that the number of online views his songs garner don't thrill him.

US stocks post weekly gains amid trade optimism, data
Business

US stocks post weekly gains amid trade optimism, data

US stocks posted weekly gains as investors were optimistic about the progress of US- China trade talks.

Chinese soldiers join clean-up efforts in Hong Kong
International

Chinese soldiers join clean-up efforts in Hong Kong

Mainland Chinese soldiers based in Hong Kong were seen on the streets of the ex-British colony Saturday to help clear up road barricades that anti-government protesters erected to bring city traffic to a standstill for the past five days.

Short films no longer a small deal: filmmakers
Entertainment

Short films no longer a small deal: filmmakers

Short films currently find increasing space in India's two biggest film festivals - the recent Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival and the upcoming International Film Festival of India (IFFI). Coupled by the growing presence of these films at festivals abroad, the importance of the genre has been on the rise, slowly but steadily.

Egypt to host new round of talks on Nile dam issue
International

Egypt to host new round of talks on Nile dam issue

Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources said that Egypt will host the next round of talks during December 2 and 3 to resume discussions on the disputed Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

New-gen star siblings get innovative with showbiz entry
Entertainment

New-gen star siblings get innovative with showbiz entry

Karisma and Kareena Kapoor, Saif and Soha Ali Khan, Kajol and Tanishaa, Shilpa and Shamita Shetty all of them, actors and siblings who made a mark in recent years. Cut to 2019, a new generation of siblings is raring to go in Bollywood, following in the footsteps of famous brothers or sisters.

Charlize Theron won't ever 'compromise' for a man
Entertainment

Charlize Theron won't ever 'compromise' for a man

Actress Charlize Theron has said she wants to find love again and be in a relationship but she won't ever "compromise" anything in her life to please a man.

BJP fooling residents of unauthorised colonies: AAP
National

BJP fooling residents of unauthorised colonies: AAP

Accusing the BJP of fooling the people of unauthorised colonies in the national capital, Delhi's ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday held a 'Dhoka Divas' across the city protesting against the 'frauds' done by the Centre and the BJP.

Randeep Hooda, Farah Khan come together to discuss cinema trends
Entertainment

Randeep Hooda, Farah Khan come together to discuss cinema trends

Actors Randeep Hooda and Seema Pahwa along with filmmakers Farah Khan, Mansi Jain and actor-producer Anuraag Malhan came together here on Saturday to talk about the trends in Indian cinema.

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