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‘I Want My Husband,’ Diana told Camilla: Reveal Di Tapes

The transcripts of Princess Diana’s secret tapes sent to Andrew Morton in 1991 for his book “Diana: Her True Story” that came out a year after has been republished this ...

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Father Dangled Baby Outside 15th Floor Window for 1000 ‘Likes’ on FaceBook

Father jailed after posting this photo on Facebook with the caption: “1,000 likes or I will drop him”https://t.co/PGkpNljJNc pic.twitter.com/FoYSJWVXwg — BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) June 20, 2017 In a horrible ...

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Canada PM Justin Trudeau Calls PM MOdi on Climate Change

Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a telephone call from Mr. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada on Monday evening that facilitated both leaders exchange views on developments of climate change. ...

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No India-Pakistan Bilateral Rows in Shanghai Group, Says China Welcoming Arch Rivals Aboard

The Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports (I/C), Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Mr Vijay Goel meeting the Vice Mayor of Shanghai (incharge of youth affairs), Mr. Shi Guanghui, in Shanghai, China on June 12, 2017.(PIB)

Welcoming India and Pakistan into the SCO, China categorically ruled out any bilateral issues cropping up at Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), a stand that India avowedly upheld in all multilateral ...

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Powerball Lottery Jackpot Wins $448 Million for California Buyer

Powerball Jackpot reached $448 million and Saturday draw saw the winner from California

The Powerball Jackpot finally won a buyer $448 million on Saturday for the combination of winning numbers 32, 26, 20, 38 and 58, with a Powerball 3. Unlike many winning ...

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Japan Parliament Allows Emperor to Abdicate Throne For Son

Japan’s Upper House passed the special bill on Friday, paving the way for Emperor Akihito to step down and pass the throne to his eldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito, a ...

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SouthWest 72-Hr Sale Offer Now Available for Less than $100

Southwest Airlines in the US is selling its round-trip ticket for less than $100 round trip and less than $49 for single trip as part of its big twice-a-year fare ...

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Stratolaunch, World Largest Twin Aircraft Rolls Out for Fuel Test

For the first time ever, the Stratolaunch aircraft moved out of the hangar to conduct aircraft fueling tests. This marks the completion of the initial aircraft construction phase and transition into the aircraft ground and flight testing phase. (credit: Stratolaunch Systems Corp.)

Stratolaunch Systems, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s aviation firm has just rolled out the much awaited world’s largest twin aircraft today weighing 227,000kg and resting on 28 wheels for the first ...

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Meet Ananya Vinay, Winner of 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee Contest

Ananya Vinay, 12, soon after winning the Scripps Spelling Bee contest 2017 (Video Grab)

Ananya Vinaya, 12, missed last year’s Spelling Bee final round when she misspelt a relatively easy word, “multivalent” but this year she was able to hone up her skills and ...

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White House Spokesman Explains What ‘Covfefe’ Means…

The brouhaha stirred by US President Donald Trump’s tweet using a unique word ‘covfefe’ has a cryptic explanation, going by White House press secretary Sean Spicer. “The president and a ...

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ABC Show ‘Once Upon a Time’ Coming Back, Who’s In and Who’s Out?

Emma Swan in Once Upon a Time season Six (Photo Courtesy: ABC)

ABC’s popular show “Once Upon a Time” is returning in its seventh season. The fairy tale series, however, changed its cast significantly. Out of nine regulars in the last season, ...

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Watch Angry Pedestrian’s Funny Youtube Video Going Viral Now

Here is a funny video going viral on Youtube, captured wisely spanning less than a minute. It shows a middle-aged man in Adelaide, who was crossing the road with his ...

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Ramadan Month Begins: Here’s How it’s Observed Around Globe

Ramadan or Ramzan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, and lasts 29–30 days based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon, according to numerous biographical accounts compiled in ...

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Japan Rewrites History, Allows Emperor to Abdicate Throne

Then Crown Prince Akihito on his wedding day, 10 April 1959

Once regarded divine power, the oldest monarchy of Japan will undergo another major change with the passage of a bill by the government to let the current aged Emperor Akihito ...

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Kulbhushan Jadhav ICJ Verdict: What Next?

The International Court of Justice today gave out its verdict on India’s plea on Kulbhushan Jadhav death sentence case in Pakistan, saying the Indian should have been given consular access. ...

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Emergency Meeting Triggers Concern Over Queen Elizabeth’s Health Ahead of Elections

An emergency meeting of royal staff called at the Buckingham Palace on Thursday triggered concerns about the health of Queen Elizabeth, 91 and her consort, Prince Philip, 95. Though the ...

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SpaceX to Launch Spy Satellite, Why Now?

On Sunday, SpaceX, the private space company vying for space supremacy, will launch its first national security and strategic satellite for the US military purportedly aimed at tracking the nuclear ...

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North Korea Threatens Use of Nuclear Bombs if US Attacks

Beset with a direct confrontation with the US aircraft in the vicinity, North Korea on Tuesday warned of a nuclear attack on the United States even at a single sign ...

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First Time India Becomes Net Exporter of Electricity to Neighbours

Central Electricity Authority of India has become for the firs time  a net importer of electricity to neighbouring Nepal and Bangladesh. In 2016-17 (April to February 2017), India has exported ...

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London Attacker Acted Alone, Admits UK’s Scotland Yard Police

UK investigative police Scotland Yard has finally admitted that they could not establish any motive behind the London attacker Khalid Masood whose brazen act in front of the British Parliament ...

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