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Hillary worries about Jihadi coup and Pakistani suicide nuclear bombers

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has expressed concern over the possibility of emergence of nuclear suicide bombers from Pakistan if jihadists get access to the country’s atomic weapons, a media report has said. “We live in fear that they’re going to have a coup, that jihadists are going to take over the government, they’re going to get access to nuclear weapons, and you’ll have suicide nuclear bombers. So, this could not be a more threatening scenario,” the New York Times said, quoting Clinton as saying in an audio being hacked from Democratic Party’s computers. “Pakistan is running full speed to develop tactical nukes in their continuing hostility with India,” the former secretary of state told a close door fundraiser in Virginia in February, the paper reported, citing 50-minute audio that appeared on the website of Washington Free Beacon. During the fund raiser, responding to a question on modernisation of nuclear weapons, the daily said, Clinton went beyond the que…

MTV Brand Studio to create music festival for Amazon India

MUMBAI: in association with MTV is all set to welcome the festive season with an exciting content marketing initiative.To break the clutter around the festival season, Amazon has upped the ante where customer engagement is concerned by creating a one-of-its kind musical experience in association with MTV’s creative services offering for brands – MTV Brand Studio. MTV Brand Studio was set up with the aim to provide brands with creative branded content and content marketing solutions to engage with their audience. With this tie up, the idea is to tap into the gaiety of the festive season by getting renowned musicians to kick it off with a music festival leading up to the launch of’s big-hearted sale, the Amazon Great Indian Festival – Tyohaar Bade Dilwala. A first of its kind, the music festival which has been conceptualized and created by the MTV Brand Studio for Amazon India, is being hailed as the biggest content marketing initiatives undertaken by a brand in Ind…

Nawaz Sharif may have implicated Pakistan as terrorist state with praise for militant from UN pulpit

Pakistan's decision to celebrate a self-confessed Kashmiri militant from the United Nations pulpit+ may comeback to haunt Islamabad. A US lawmaker+ who has proposed legislation seeking determination on Pakistan's sponsorship of terrorism+ takes a dim view of it and could use it as evidence to press his case.

"Disappointed to see the Pakistan+ PM use the @UN to praise a militant group that uses violence to promote its cause," Texas Representative Ted Poe, who also chairs the House subcommittee on terrorism and Homeland Security, tweeted on Wednesday.

Suresh Prabhu-led Indian Railways is revamping train travel in these 8 ways

Humsafar Express: Other features of the proposed train include CCTVs, fire and smoke detection systems. The coaches will have bio-toilets, which is in line with Indian Railways vision of ensuring defecation free tracks. The toilets will also boast of plush interiors, odour control systems and fire and smoke detection alarms.

The Humsafar Express will also have an optional service for meals. Indian Railways plans to keep the fares of Humsafar Express around 20% higher thatn that of normal Mail and Express services. (Image by Indian Railways)

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Angelina Jolie‬ and Brad Pitt‬‬ to end their marriage

On September 20, 2016, Robert Offer, an attorney for Jolie Pitt said that she was filing for divorce from Pitt. Offer said the decision to divorce was made “for the health of the family.”

Pink full movie leaked online: Amitabh's film shows 80% growth at box office; will online downloads affect its run?

At any given point, a good number of movies are made available for torrent users to download, many of which are yet to release. Amitabh Bachchan's Pink, a flawless film with a social commentary, was leaked online hours after hit the screens.

However, unlike the Raaz Reboot scare, in which the big noise about the film being leaked online turned out to be a hoax (with some even calling it a publicity stunt by the makers), an average quality video of the full movie of Pink is being shared, circulated and downloaded from the web.
Sources have said the video isn't a hall print and is definitely better than most ones available online. The audio is, again, average and one may need earphones to get a clear listen.
Unfortunately, this isn't the first time that a movie has made its way into illegal networks. Baar Baar Dekho, Freaky Ali and Akira among others were leaked on torrent websites on the day they were released.
The question now is, will online downloads affect …

Woman thrown off moving train after 'gangrape' in UP's Mau district

VARANASI: A woman was thrown out of a moving train near Kajha Khurd village in the Mau district of Uttar Pradeh after she was allegedly gang-raped in the wee hours on Sunday.

According to reports, some villagers were passing through railway tracks in Kajha Khurd village, between Paligadh halt and Khurhat railway station, on Sunday morning when they heard the cries of some woman. When they reached close to her, she was found in nude condition while her ankle had also been chopped. Villagers claimed that she informed them that she had boarded Tamsa passenger train from Audihar to reach the place of in-laws in Shahganj area of Jaunpur district. She alleged that she had been gang-raped by two persons and was later thrown off the moving train

Uri attack: PM Modi to Sonia Gandhi – political leaders condemn dastardly attack

As the Indian Army faces one of its biggest attacks on its units in recent times, the Uri terror attack, leaving 17 army jawans dead, has shocked many across the country. While the encounter has ended and four militants have been neutralised, combing operations are still underway. Home Minister Rajnath Singh has held a high-level meeting at his residence which was attended by MHA and MoD officials. Army Chief Dalbir Singh has arrived in Srinagar, while Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will visit Uri later Sunday. Political leaders across the spectrum have condemned the incident in the strongest of words.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured the nation that the people behind the Uri attack would be punished. In a series of tweets, PM said the services of those martyred in Uri would never be forgotten. He also extended his condolences to the bereaved families. PM Modi also said that he had spoken to the Home Minister and Defence Minister adding that Parrikar would soon visit Jammu and…