Controversies surrounding the film 'Padmaavat' are no more in sight to die down any sooner, as just when you think that it is over now another contention is raised. The film has gone through a lot. It was first set to release on December 1 last year, however, soon after the film crew and stars received deadly threats followed by protests by some factions of Rajput clan, its release was deferred. The film was cleared for release by India’s Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) after critically passing it…
WASHINGTON/BEIRUT: U.S. President Barack Obama expressed caution on Wednesday about a plan to stop fighting in Syria, while the main opposition group said it had yet to commit to the deal.
VIENNA: Iran's envoy to the U.N. nuclear agency declined on Thursday to commit to nuclear transparency measures that were part of a preliminary deal Tehran and world powers reached in April, deflecting U.S. demands to implement such provisions.
LONDON: People diagnosed with major depression are around three times more likely than the general population to commit violent crimes such as robbery, sexual offences and assault, psychiatric experts said on Wednesday.
NEW DELHI: Two teenage girls in Haryana committed suicide by drinking fruit juice laced with poison and left notes saying they were being stalked and harassed by a group of youths, the Times of India reported on Tuesday.
ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah said government would not commit a mistake of arresting Dr. Tahirul Qadri, ARY News reported Sunday. Talking to media, the PPP leader said his party would be an ally of every democratic alliance. There is no gain if Article-6 of the Constitution is not linked with Oct 12, 1999 move , he added. He said if Dr. Qadri was arrested, the term of incumbent government would reduce to six months from official five years. It may be noted here that reports are…