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Tragic Fire in Kuwait Claims 40 Indian Lives, Over 50 Injured; Indian Government Mobilizes Aid and Support

A devastating fire at a labor housing facility in the Mangaf area of Kuwait on Wednesday resulted in the deaths of approximately 40 Indian nationals and left over 50 injured, according to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). The injured are receiving treatment in five government hospitals across Kuwait: Adan, Jaber, Farwaniya, Mubarak Al Kabeer,…

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Indian Universities Embrace Biannual Admissions: Ushering in Flexibility and Opportunity

Universities and higher education institutions in India will now be able to admit students twice a year, aligning with the admission processes of many universities abroad. This announcement was made by University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Jagadeesh Kumar. The two admission cycles will be held in July-August and January-February, starting from the 2024-25 academic session….

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Katie Holmes Still Coping with Emotional Aftermath of Marriage to Tom Cruise

Katie Holmes is still dealing with the emotional aftermath of her six-year marriage to Tom Cruise, an insider has revealed. Heat Magazine reported that the Batman Begins actress was deeply hurt by her ‘controlling and toxic’ relationship with the Mission: Impossible star, which ended in 2012.After her split with Cruise, Holmes dated Jamie Foxx, Emilio…

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Umm Hudaifa Claims Sexual Abuse in US Detention Center Pushed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to Terrorism

In a rare interview from prison, Umm Hudaifa, the widow of Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has shared her perspective on their life and her husband’s radicalization. She claims that sexual abuse during his detention in a US-run prison played a significant role in turning him into a dangerous terrorist. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,…

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Princess Diana’s Heartbreaking Prediction: Rift Between Prince William and Prince Harry Foreseen

Princess Diana seemingly foresaw the divide between her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.The late Princess of Wales, who tragically died in a car accident in 1997, had hoped her sons would always remain close, according to her former butler, Paul Burrell. In an interview with Bella Magazine, Burrell shared Diana’s role as a “peacemaker”…

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US Requests UN Security Council Vote on Immediate Israel-Hamas Ceasefire and Hostage Release

The United States announced on Sunday that it has requested a UN Security Council vote on its draft resolution supporting an “immediate ceasefire with the release of hostages” between Israel and Hamas. Diplomatic sources indicated that the vote is tentatively scheduled for Monday, though confirmation is pending from South Korea, which holds the Security Council…

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Joey King Praises Sabrina Carpenter’s New Hit “Please Please Please” and Calls Music Video “Addicting”

Joey King can’t get enough of her friend Sabrina Carpenter’s new hit “Please Please Please.” During the premiere of Despicable Me 4 at Lincoln Center in New York City on Sunday, June 9, the 24-year-old actor told People magazine that she couldn’t express her happiness for Sabrina. Referring to the Expresso singer’s performance at the…

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You Won’t Believe How Easy It Is to Make These Flavor-Packed Arabic Pickled Mixed Vegetables!

Arabic Pickled Mixed Vegetables, known as “Mukhallal,” are a vibrant and flavorful addition to any meal. This traditional Middle Eastern delicacy combines a variety of vegetables, such as carrots, cauliflower, cucumbers, and turnips, preserved in a tangy brine of vinegar, water, and spices. The result is a crunchy, zesty side dish that complements everything from…

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Devendra Fadnavis Reverses Resignation Decision, Pledges to Continue Serving as Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister

Days after announcing his intention to resign, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has reversed his decision, stating he is not going to run away. This change of heart follows a request from Amit Shah for him to continue serving the Maharashtra government. At a BJP legislators’ meeting on Saturday, Mr. Fadnavis, a former chief…

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Bryan Cranston Reveals Matthew Broderick Was Almost Cast as Walter White in Breaking Bad

Consider Walter White without Bryan Cranston—this scenario almost became a reality if Matthew Broderick had been finalized for the role. Sharing the shocker on James Corden’s SiriusXM show “This Life of Mine,” Emmy winner Cranston revealed that the 62-year-old Broderick was initially considered for the well-known character. “We shot the pilot of ‘Breaking Bad’ in…

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West Indies Elect to Bat First Against Uganda in T20 World Cup 2024 Clash at Providence Stadium

In a T20 World Cup 2024 match held at Providence Stadium, Guyana, on Sunday, the West Indies opted to bat first after winning the toss against Uganda. The West Indies, entering their second game of the tournament, previously secured a victory over Papua New Guinea (PNG), although the win was less than convincing. Conversely, Uganda…

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King Charles ‘Devastated’ Over Missing Godson’s Wedding Due to Health and Schedule Conflicts

King Charles may have felt “devastated” after reportedly being forced to miss his godson Duke of Westminster Hugh Grosvenor’s wedding at Chester Cathedral on Friday.Prince William attended the wedding in a key role. Former royal butler Grant Harrold, speaking to OK!, reflected on the monarch’s absence, saying, “That will be a bitter pill to swallow…

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ECI Begins Preparations for Jammu & Kashmir Assembly Elections, Invites Symbol Applications from Unrecognised Parties

The Election Commission of India (ECI) has begun preparations for assembly elections in Jammu & Kashmir, inviting applications from registered unrecognised parties for the allocation of common symbols. Effective immediately, the ECI is accepting applications under Para 10B of the Election Symbols (Reservation & Allotment) Order, 1968, for common symbols in the general election to…

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Israeli Officials Condemn UN’s Decision to Blacklist Military for Alleged Crimes Against Children

Israeli government officials have reacted angrily to the United Nations’ decision to blacklist its military for alleged crimes against children, as reported by Al Jazeera.The UN has announced that Israeli forces have been included in a global list of groups accused of violations against children. Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz criticized the decision on X,…

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