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'Game Of Thrones' star Kristian Nairn to attend Delhi Comic Con 2015Game of Thrones” star Kristian Nairn, known for his portrayal as the giant Hodor in the popular fantasy drama TV series, will visit India in December to attend the Delhi Comic Con (DCC) 2015. He says he can’t wait to meet the show's fans in India.
Maldives declares 30-day EmergencyThe Maldivian government declared a nationwide state of Emergency for 30 days on Wednesday following what it said were threats to national security and public safety.
Modi to launch four gold schemes on November 5Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch four gold related schemes on Thursday, an official statement said.
With 1.55 bn users, Facebook's earnings rise in third quarter
Massive galaxy cluster spotted 8.5 bn light-years awayAstronomers have discovered a giant cluster of galaxies in a very remote part of the universe that is touted as the most massive structure yet found at such great distance.
'Chemsex' puts users at high HIV, STDs riskThe growing popularity of “chemsex” - sex under the influence of illegal drugs - may be putting users at risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections as well as serious mental health problems through drug dependence, researchers warn.
Would be flattering if I could match up to Hrithik: Tiger ShroffActor Tiger Shroff, who is essaying a superhero in "A Flying Jatt", says it was inspiring to watch Hrithik Roshan's "Krrish" act, and the "Heropanti" actor hopes he's able to match up to that level.
China's 2020 poverty alleviation goal attainable: President Xi Ji nping
BJP defends Modi on accusation of keeping mum on intoleranceDefending Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly on the accusation of being silent on rising intolerance in the country, the BJP on Tuesday said the most powerful voice against bigotry and prejudice, and in support of harmony has been that of him.
Arijit is an educated musician: Shankar MahadevanSinger Shankar Mahadevan, also a part of Bollywood's renowned composer trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, feels that Arijit Singh, who has been in demand since “Tum hi ho”, is going to stay in the music industry for a long time as he is an “educated musician”.
Mariah Carey spends Halloween with Nick CannonSinger Mariah Carey threw a Halloween party which was attended by both her boyfriend James Packer and former husband Nick Cannon.
Mexico against Ecuador highlights FIFA U-17 World Cup quartersMexico against Ecuador, a classical Latin American game, and Belgium against Costa Rica will be the last quarter finals of Chile 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
South Africa facing worst drought since 1960s
IOC delegation visits Beijing for Orientation Seminar of Beijing 2022 Olympics preparation
Birthday resolution to entertain more: Shahrukh KhanBollywood 'Badshah' Shahrukh Khan, who celebrated his 50th birthday on Monday, promised to be always in high spirits and keep entertaining his fans.
'External activity' caused Russian plane crashThe Russian airline Kogalymavia blamed "external activity" for its plane crash on Saturday in Egypt's Sinai peninsula in which all 224 people on board were killed.
I 'm selfish as an actor: Deepika Padukone Actress Deepika Padukone says when it comes to acting, she is selfish.
Minister Arvind Kejriwal to study legality of SIT on 1984 riotsDelhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said his government will examine the legality of a special team formed by the central government to probe the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Reese Witherspoon honoured by Matthew McConaugheyActress Reese Witherspoon was honoured by actor Matthew McConaughey with the American Cinematheque Award at a star-studded event at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza here.
30 Taliban militants killed in AfghanistanAt least 30 Taliban militants were killed in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan on Sunday, official said. "Scores of Taliban militants stormed police checkpoints in Nahr-e-Saraj district at 10.00 a.m. (local time) on Sunday, which triggered heavy gun battle and left 30 insurgents dead, forcing others to flee," Xinhua quoted provincial police chief Nabi Jan Mullahkhil as saying.