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People Was Padmavati controversy created only for publicity? Bhansali grilled by MP panel
Author: 0 Was Padmavati controversy created only for publicity? Bhansali grilled by MP panel

The film has been approved by the United Kingdom Censor Board, the makers decided that movie will not release anywhere globally including in the UAE and UK until it is released in India. "He also has to tell us why the film was not shown to the people who actually had objections to it". "If the court cannot pre-judge (a film), we are surprised how anybody else can pre-judge the film under the law", Justice Misra observed.

People First meeting with Syrian delegation useful, says United Nations envoy
Author: 0 First meeting with Syrian delegation useful, says United Nations envoy

Hariri said the opposition had no preconditions for talks, but planned to discuss all the details of the political transition, including Assad's fate. Damascus had initially refused to confirm it would attend the talks, which began on Tuesday, given the rebels were maintaining their hardline stance on the president's removal.

People Pence says Trump 'actively considering' embassy move in Israel
Author: 0 Pence says Trump 'actively considering' embassy move in Israel

The Palestinians, as well as some Arab leaders and top United States officials, have warned that such a move would trigger an uproar and violent unrest in the territories and in Arab capitals that could ruin current United States efforts to push the diplomatic process forward.

People Turkish gold trader to testify for United States in sanctions-evasion trial
Author: 0 Turkish gold trader to testify for United States in sanctions-evasion trial

Prosecutors have said the defendants ran a complex money laundering scheme that involved smuggling gold and faking purchases of food to give Iran access to worldwide markets, violating US sanctions. It also says his movement concocted corruption allegations against the government in 2013, some of which were allegedly being used in the case against the banker.

People CNN Is Boycotting This Year's White House Holiday Party
Author: 0 CNN Is Boycotting This Year's White House Holiday Party

The theme of the White House holiday decorations this year is 'Time-Honored Traditions'. Trump's relationship with the media and CNN in particular has been fraught since before the start of his presidency. The theme for this year is "Time-Honored Traditions", and included in that is a lovely nativity scene. Now President Trump has vowed to take on the so-called war on Christmas.

People Philando Castile's girlfriend agrees to $800000 settlement stemming from shooting
Author: 0 Philando Castile's girlfriend agrees to $800000 settlement stemming from shooting

Atlanta Black Star reported Reynolds alleged she nor her daughter received food or water while they were in police custody for around 16 hours after the fatal shooting. That leaves $5,000 to cover the settlement with Reynolds. In June, St. Anthony reached a $3 million settlement with Castile's family. Before the council voted, Mayor Jerry Faust said the settlement would allow parties to begin to heal.

People Glitch leaves American Airlines with few pilots for Christmas week
Author: 0 Glitch leaves American Airlines with few pilots for Christmas week

A glitch in the scheduling system that allows employees to request time off based on seniority was responsible for the shortage of pilots for flights from december 17-31, Reuters reported. "Today, management issued an update detailing the "significant holes" in the operation and unilaterally invoked a solution for crewing affected flights".

People Trump's 'unsolved mystery' about Joe Scarborough has been solved for years
Author: 0 Trump's 'unsolved mystery' about Joe Scarborough has been solved for years

There is zero proof that Scarborough had anything to do with it. Before the 2016 presidential election, Scarborough received criticism for being too close to Trump, but has since shifted his stance. "This is the president attempting to exploit the tragic death of a young woman - one who had heart problems and hit her head when she fell - to score a cheap spurious political point".

People Two held for bare butt stunt in Thai temple
Author: 0 Two held for bare butt stunt in Thai temple

Thailand's district police chief Jaruphat Thonkomol told The Daily Telegraph the duo will also be fined for a similar photo they took in front of another temple in the area. People visiting Buddhist sites in Thailand are expected to dress modestly and signs advise them to cover their shoulders and legs. Police said the men each paid a fine of 5,000 baht ($150) at a police station near the temple and have been handed over to immigration authorities.

People Saudis call Iran enemy to cover up defeats: Hassan Rouhani
Author: 0 Saudis call Iran enemy to cover up defeats: Hassan Rouhani

He noted that the Saudis' first problem is to somehow mask its regional failures. Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov was officially welcomed to Riyadh on November 29 by Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, King of Saudi Arabia and his country's prime minister, the Bulgarian government media service said.

People US Pentagon: 26000 US Troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria
Author: 0 US Pentagon: 26000 US Troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria

In Iraq, the number is 8,892 troops - substantially higher than the 5,000 Manning said are now there. In August, Defense Secretary James Mattis confessed that he " inherited " a "very odd accounting procedure", and the Pentagon promised that " this way of doing business is over ", but the newest data suggests that little has changed so far.

People PM Modi has no relation with poor, poverty: Congress
Author: 0 PM Modi has no relation with poor, poverty: Congress

Anand Sharma and other Congress people are blind and they are not excepting the fact that India is developing a lot under Prime Minister Modi's leadership. "That is because they have never had to sweat it out in life and work hard", Modi said. "Do you remember the water shortage in the region?" "Those who have looted the country can only think of dacoits", he said addressing a rally at Morbi in Saurashtra, which votes in the first phase of state Assembly elections on 9 December.

People Libya says migrant repatriation flights to be stepped up
Author: 0 Libya says migrant repatriation flights to be stepped up

Delattre added, "We count upon support of the members of the council to make headway to that end". William Lacy Swing told an emergency meeting of the U.N. The EU for its part said it would pressure the UN-backed government in Libya to prosecute the slave traders and push for improvements in conditions at migrant detention centres.

People Mostly sunny skies set for your Wednesday
Author: 0 Mostly sunny skies set for your Wednesday

Tuesday .Partly sunny. Small rain chance. Above-average temperatures are expected to continue through the first week of December before a pattern change to a colder, more wintry atmosphere looks to return by the month's second week, forecast models show.

People DC Archdiocese Sues Metro for Rejecting Christmas Ads
Author: 0 DC Archdiocese Sues Metro for Rejecting Christmas Ads

District Court, arguing that their First Amendment rights have been violated and hoping that an injunction will allow them to purchase ads on dozens of city buses, as they have in previous years. advertisements, Outfront Media, which rejected it within 24 hours. WMATA's revised advertising guidelines prohibit "advertisements that promote or oppose any religion, religious practice or belief", the Archdiocese alleges.

People Pence says Trump 'actively considering' USA embassy move to Jerusalem
Author: 0 Pence says Trump 'actively considering' USA embassy move to Jerusalem

General Assembly vote to recognize Israel on November 29, 1947. The waiver is part of the 1995 Jerusalem Embassy Act, which called for moving the embassy to Jerusalem by 1999. "As President Trump has said, in his words, 'We want Israel to have peace.' And in the recent months, we've made valuable progress toward achieving that noble goal".

People Dictionary.com Announces Its 2017 Word of the Year
Author: 0 Dictionary.com Announces Its 2017 Word of the Year

While many people also associate the word " complicit " with the Trump administration, Dictionary.com maintains it is relevant to many news events of the past year. The actress appeared in a glittery gold dress selling a fragrance called " Complicit " because: 'She's attractive, she's powerful, she's complicit '.