Bollywood star Salman Khan had some great news for his fans on Sunday’s episode of Bigg Boss 13 as he confirmed he will continue as the show’s host for its entire duration. The announcement came days after rumours claimed that he may be replaced by filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan when the show extends for another five weeks. Farah Khan has also hosted an extended part of the show last year. A Pinkvilla report quoted Salman as saying on the show, “BB has extended the show for more 5 weeks and decreased my price.” It added that while talking to Sidharth Shukla over the phone on Saturday, Salman had told the TV actor that Bigg Boss “has been harassing” him. They have extended the show but have decreased his pay, he added.Also read: Amitabh Bachchan prays for his father at a Polish church, says ‘his soul must be at peace and love’. See picsEarlier, reports claimed Salman was upset with the behaviour of the … [Read more...] about Bigg Boss 13: Salman Khan claims harassment as his fee has been reduced, confirms he will continue as host
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Welcome to our Brexit results blog, where we’ve been following all the action from the EU referendum emerges, with Britons voting to Leave the EU by 1,269,501 votes. Britons have voted for Brexit in a momentous decision that has sent shockwaves around the world. 4.00pm That’s all, folks We’re winding up our live coverage now after the UK voted to leave the EU by 52 per cent to 49 per cent, or 1,269,501, votes in a “crushing decision” that has the world in turmoil. MP for Leicester East Keith Vaz has called the Brexit a “crushing, crushing decision”, telling the BBC “it’s a terrible day for Britain with immense consequences.” Bill Muirhead, the Aussie ad guru, behind the “Remain” campaign admitted “we didn’t take the gloves off enough and maybe there was too much caution, maybe too much concern about attacking each other in terms of not launching hits in the campaign.” Meanwhile, the pound … [Read more...] about Aussie ad guru Bill Muirhead admits ‘we didn’t take gloves off enough’
Satellite photos have exposed the rapid construction of a vast network of prison-like facilities across China’s northwestern province of Xinjiang. The West calls them internment camps. China calls them vocational education facilities. So, what’s in a name? When it comes to the Uighur population at the heart of the project, it’s a matter of life or death. Beijing’s assertion that these are benevolent training facilities is crumbling in the face of photos and footage of high-walled, barbed-wire covered, security-tower festooned facilities. Not to mention recent footage showing 400 bound and blindfolded Uighur prisoners being loaded into railway carts. Dr Michael Clarke of the Australian National University’s National Security College says Australia must take a stand. “The CCP’s ideological framing of the ‘re-education’ camps amounts to a racialised politics of exclusion that seeks to isolate and then ‘transform’ Uighurs, … [Read more...] about ‘Are they sick? Are they dead?’: What really happened to China’s missing Uighur people
It was Akbarabad no doubt for the nobles and literati at Akbar’s court, but some 56 years earlier, when Sikandar Lodi made it his capital, he confirmed its name as Agra – the area that was agar or ahead of the swirling Jamuna. Now history has been turned on its head with the demand to change the name to Agravan. But the move, initiated by the late MLA Jagan Garg of Uttar Pradesh, has met a roadblock with Prof Sugam Anand, Head of the Department of History at the local Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University reporting that there is no historically based evidence of Agra having had another popular name in the past. He had been entrusted by the U.P. Government with the task of investigating Agra’s antecedents and proof of the city being known by any other name in antiquity. Prof Anand says that none of the 25 e-mails he had received in response to his invitation to the public to send information backed by historical evidence on the issue, threw up any. “Only views had been … [Read more...] about A change in Agra’s name?