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Royal couple to get a bull as wedding gift; thanks PETA

Mumbai: The animal rights organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (PETA) Indian arm has decided to gift a bull, named 'marry' to the British royal couple as a wedding gift. The name marry is the hybrid of Meghan and Harry. Ahead of the much-awaited British royal wedding of Prince Harry

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Islam is the new 'fashion' in Japan

Tokyo: Despite very small Muslim population Islamic culture is gradually developing in Japan and a glimpse of what was seen in a fashion show in Tokyo, where models walked the ramp wearing the traditional Muslim dress while designers lined up clothing with unique themes and styles. Various combinations of different colours,

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Heart-wrenching: Since March end, over 1,000 children injured in Gaza, confirms UN

Geneva: The UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) in a shocking reveal said that since March 30, more than 1,000 children received severe and life-altering wounds by Israeli forces in Gaza strip during demonstrations. "Recent violence has exacerbated the already weak health system in the Gaza Strip, which is crumbling because of the severe

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US First lady Melania Trump undergoes surgery for 'benign kidney condition'

Washington: Wife of US President Donald Trump and First lady Melania has undergone surgery for what the White House described as a "benign kidney condition". The procedure was successful with no complications. However, she was expected to remain hospitalised for the rest of the week. Her office said surgeons had performed

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Sikh minister of Canada asked to remove turban at US airport

Toronto: Navdeep Bains, Canada's Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development was asked to take off his turban at a Detroit airport during a security check despite passing through the metal detector without any problem. Bains was returning to Toronto after meetings with Michigan state leaders and had already passed through

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2 cops killed as suicide bombers strike Kabul police stations

Kabul: Suicide bombers struck two police stations in Afghanistan’s capital on Wednesday, killing at least two policemen and wounding several others. The first suicide bomber attacked a station in the western part of Kabul, killing at least two police officials. There was sporadic gunfire after the blast, as a “cleanup operation” was

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Hawaii: Ban sunscreens to prevent coral reefs and environment

Hawaii: The Hawaiian lawmakers have taken a great step towards conserving the coral reefs. As per the reports, the Hawaiian Lawmakers have passed a bill that puts a ban on the sale of sunscreens containing chemicals. According to many scientists, the chemicals present in those sunscreens are very harmful to the environment,

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Trump, Putin, Jinping tops Forbes list of most powerful people

Forbes magazine has released the list of world's most powerful people in 2018. Out of the 7.5 billion people living in the world, the magazine identifies one person for every 100 million people in the world. From world leaders to tech gurus and sports personalities, the ones who make the

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