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PPP chief refuses to comment on Shehbaz’s arrest until knowing full facts

SARGODHA: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilwal Bhutto Zardari on Friday said he would present his reaction on arrest of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif only after he would learn about merits of the case, ARY News reported. "I am incognizant of the facts as to what the case was and what proceeding was going on, however this (arrest) will do send a bad impression to the world. I would not want to comment without reading the case," he said while talking to media in Sargodha. اپوزیشن…

Trump calls for comedian Samantha’s firing after crude Ivanka comment

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump on Friday called for comedian Samantha Bee to be fired after she made a vulgar comment about his daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump on her cable television programme. His comments came days after Walt Disney Co’s ABC network cancelled the popular US television comedy “Roseanne” after its star Roseanne Barr tweeted a racist remark comparing a former top Obama administration official to an ape. “Why aren’t they firing no talent Samantha Bee for the horrible language used…

UK palace says no comment on report Markle’s father won’t attend wedding

LONDON: Prince Harry’s office declined to comment on Monday on a report by US celebrity news site TMZ that the father of his US fiancee Meghan Markle would not attend the couple’s glittering wedding in Britain on Saturday. TMZ said on Monday that Thomas Markle had decided not to attend the marriage of his actress daughter to the British prince, who is Queen Elizabeth’s grandson, because he did not wish to embarrass the royals after media reports that he had staged paparazzi photographs. “We have got nothing on this at…

Kohli says his remarks on Aussie players ‘blown out of proportion’

NEW DELHI: India skipper Virat Kohli on Thursday downplayed controversial remarks about ditching Australian cricketers as friends, saying his comments were blown out of proportion and he remained on good terms with some players. Kohli, who captained India to victory in the emotionally-charged four-Test series, told reporters after the decisive Dharamasala match that he would never consider Australian players as friends again. Australian media labelled Kohli's remarks "classless" in the wake of a series marked by…