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Chaos as Millions in India Crowd Banks to Exchange Currency

I have called my office to say I would be late as I am at an ATM. They should have let me exchange at least 10,000 rupees. Serpentine queues started forming near banks before 6am amid tight security that ensured that no law and order situation arises."The rush was already there when I reached the bank", Mukul, an executive at Axis Bank in Noida, told IANS, minutes after it opened at 8am. Read More

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Rob Kardashian-Blac Chyna blessed with a baby girl, name her 'Dream'

And, as HollywoodLife.com previously reported, that was exactly what the doctors at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles , where Chyna had her C-section, allegedly said. Baby Dream gets love from Amber Rose. He thanked Kourtney Kardashian "for being here and so supportive and so excited for DREAM to meet her handsome cousins" while telling Khloe Kardashian, "love you Khlo money!" and thanked her for doing "that 4 hour drive and insane flight" to make it to the much awaited day. Read More

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Johnny Depp joins Harry Potter's 'Fantastic Beasts' Sequel

After allegations that Johnny Depp was physically abusive toward his estranged wife Amber Heard surfaced earlier this year, Disney CEO Bob Iger said he wasn't "worried" about the actor's "personal problems". Author J.K. Rowling announced recently at a fan event that she's extending the novel into a five-film franchise. Redmayne will return in Fantastic Beasts 2 as Newt Scamander , and so will director Yates. Read More

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Doctor Strange works magic on North American box office

The other new releases, "Trolls" and "Hacksaw Ridge", followed " Doctor Strange " in second and third place, respectively, with successful openings of their own. Disney wasn't the only one celebrating, though. Third place went to Hacksaw Ridge , also in its debut weekend, which raked in US$14.8 million. "It's a real return to form for Mel Gibson, who has obviously had his ups and downs in his personal life, but it is a true meritocracy in this business", said Paul Dergarabedian, senior ... Read More

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Wonder Woman heading back for reshoots

Wonder Woman heading back for reshoots

While this summer's first "Wonder Woman" trailer was full of exciting moments, this new one has even more to offer. Wonder Woman , the world has been waiting for you. Perhaps it's even possible that Bruce Wayne is the person she's talking to in the trailer when she gives her "I used to want to save the world" speech. Read More

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Melbourne Cup 2016: Kerrin McEvoy wins on Almandin

The UAE-stable has had interest in the Melbourne Cup since 1998 and the closest it has come to victory are three runner-up placings. (Son) Nick and I would not be successful unless we had the team we've had. "He really put me at ease", McEvoy said. "The elation's unreal", McEvoy said. "He has been well prepared and he travelled well". Tony Martin, trainer of the runner up, said: "I gave him all the pushing and shoving I could from the stands.its a pity we didn't have something to tow us ... Read More

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CMAs Forced To Explain Why It Nuked Bey's Performance From Its Socials

CMAs Forced To Explain Why It Nuked Bey's Performance From Its Socials

Unfortunately, country music fans succumbed to the worst stereotypes about country music fans and took issue with the performance , despite Beyoncé's appearance bringing the CMAs its highest ratings to date. The " Daddy Lessons " music video famously featured a home video of her own father, Matthew Knowles , who's also known for selling her merchandise and giving " terrible " talks on becoming a celebrity. Read More

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Trump up 4 points in Florida

Trump up 4 points in Florida

Nine days before the vote , the 69-year-old former secretary of state hit the campaign trail hard in the battleground state of Florida. The news took the shine off what should have been a good day for Clinton, with President Barack Obama's Democratic administration announcing stronger than expected economic growth numbers. Read More

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Brad and Angelina sell off New Orleans home amid divorce

Brad and Angelina sell off New Orleans home amid divorce

After an anonymous source reported the alleged incident, the Federal Bureau of Investigation got involved as they have jurisdiction because it occurred mid-air. The FBI has reportedly interviewed both Angelina Jolie and the children about Brad Pitt's alleged behavior. "The agents wanted a breakdown of everything that happened from when the plane took off to when it landed". Read More

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Folk legend Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize for Literature

Folk legend Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize for Literature

Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman in 1941 and started his musical career in 1959, playing in coffee houses in Minnesota, United States. Throughout all these decades of making music, money has been the last thing on Dylan's mind. He pursued them all, sometimes separately and other times simultaneously. When Swedish Academy member Per Wastberg gushes that " He is probably the greatest living poet ", I can only say that Mr Wastberg should not be let anywhere near a literature prize. Read More

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Centre 'politicising' triple talaq issue: Muslim women organisation

Centre 'politicising' triple talaq issue: Muslim women organisation

The community has also made a decision to involve Dalits in the movement against the UCC, which has been given the slogan: "Save Constitution, Save Nation". Tahreek Muslim Shabban president Mushtaq Malik appealed Muslims to support the AIMPLB in its fight against the Centre. Asserting that "Uniform Civil Code" is a "stick to beat Muslims with", Menon acknowledge that Muslim Personal Law is modern in sense and reforms in other personal laws were made only taking hint from it. Read More

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