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Two neo-nazi roommates killed for disrespecting Muslim faith
Tampa [U.S.A.], May 25 : Dramatic developments shook Tampa as a Florida man, Devon Arthurs, shot two of his neo-nazi roommates on Friday. Read Full Story

This summer, de-tan at home with these refreshing face packs
New Delhi , May 25 : We all know, tan comes as an add on with the blazing sun during the summers. Read Full Story

Sharif didn't speak at Riyadh summit due to 'time shortage': Pak
Islamabad [Pakistan], May 25 : After the Pakistani media mocked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for being denied a speech at the U.S.-Arab Islamic summit on counter-terrorism in Riyadh last week, Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said on Thursday that the Prime Minister could not deliver the speech due to "shortage of time." Read Full Story

Barca continue to stand by Messi after tax appeal rejected
Madrid [Spain], May 25 : Barcelona have reiterated their support to Lionel Messi, after the Supreme Court of Spain rejected the star striker's appeal against a suspended 21-month prison sentence for tax fraud offence. Read Full Story

Nighthawks 'super productive' later in afternoon: Study
London [UK], May 25 : While some workers find themselves at their productive best in the morning, others find it extremely hard to concentrate before afternoon. Read Full Story

Special court to hear Sharif's son's plea againt JIT investigators
Islamabad [Pakistan], May 25 : A three-judge special bench will hear Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son's plea, objecting the presence of two Joint Investigation Team (JIT) officers for the family's investigation in the Panama Papers leak on May 29. Read Full Story

Let your baby bask in summer's glory!
New Delhi , May 25 : The hot and humid months are here. Brisk winds, sweaty skin and dryness make the weather simply unbearable for adults and kids. Read Full Story

This summer, be smart and cook healthy!
New Delhi , May 25 : As summer is at its full swing, any compromise with your diet can be a ghastly mistake. Read Full Story

Good news! Chocolate is good for your heart!
London [UK], May 25 : All you chocolate lovers rejoice, if any one makes you feel guilty next time for having it, tell them: According to a new study chocolate may be good for your heart. Read Full Story

U.S. lost track of $1bn worth of military equipment in Iraq: Report
Moscow [Russia], May 25 : The United States Government has lost track of USD 1 billion worth of military equipment from its assistance packages in Iraq due to its shoddy record-keeping processes, according to a new report. Read Full Story

Nadia Khan accuses H'wood actor of assaulting her daughter
Karachi [Pakistan], May 25 : In a shocking turn of events, Pakistani actress Nadia Khan has accused a famous Hollywood actor for allegedly abusing her daughter physically during an audition in Dubai. Read Full Story

'Wonder Woman' UK premiere cancelled after Manchester bombings
Los Angeles [USA], May 25 : The makers of upcoming movie 'Wonder Woman' movie have cancelled the London premiere of the film the attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. Read Full Story

NATO to formally join U.S.-led anti-'Islamic State' coalition
Berlin [Germany], May 25 : The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) will formally join the United States-led coalition against the Islamic State extremist group, DW reported, citing sources. Read Full Story

Chinese media dismisses India's move to block Chinese power companies
Beijing [China], May 25 : Chinese state run media has criticised India's move to block Chinese power firms, citing "India's boycott of Chinese equipment would eventually make its people the biggest losers." Read Full Story

Not just looks, your scent and voice make you attractive
Atlanta [US], May 25 : The right voice and scent play an equally important role in making you appear attractive than just good looks, highlights a mini review in Frontiers in Psychology. Read Full Story

Suicide rates among people with autism on rise
Washington D.C. [USA], May 25 : According to a recent study, suicide rates among autism patients have reached 'worryingly' high levels. Read Full Story

UN dismisses Pak's claim of Indians troops targeting UN military observers
United Nations, May 25 : The United Nations (UN) has dismissed Pakistan's claim that the Indian Army targeted UN military observers in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). Read Full Story

Joseph Kosinski to helm 'Top gun' sequel?
Los Angeles [USA], May 25 : Yesterday, actor Tom Cruise confirmed that the sequel of 1986 classic 'Top Gun' is "definitely happening" and now it seems like Skydance is already in pursuit of a director. Read Full Story

Unhappy, less aware youth prone to alcohol addiction
Washington D.C. [USA], May 25 : Making youth aware of the harms of smoking and drinking could help them steer away from alcohol and cigarettes, suggests a recent study. Read Full Story

Protests in PoK against illegal detention of political leaders
Rawalakot [Pakistan occupied Kashmir], May 25 : The locals in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) carried out protests against Islamabad's oppressive policies and grave human rights violations in the region. Read Full Story

Tom Hardy kicks off fundraising campaign for Manchester attack victims
Los Angeles [USA], May 25 : Tom Hardy has become a real-life superhero by lending a hand to those affected in Manchester Arena bombing. Read Full Story

PM's resignation won't impact second phase election, assures Nepali Congress
Kathmandu [Nepal], May 25 : Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has assured the people that the change in government will not affect the second phase polls as outgoing Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal handed in his resignation on Wednesday. Read Full Story

Would never make it in Bollywood as I can't dance: Brad Pitt
Los Angeles [USA], May 25 : Brad Pitt has managed to do, what many celebrities cannot - arrive quietly to promote a movie. Read Full Story

U.S. warship sails close to disputed island controlled by China
New York [USA], May 25 : A U.S. Navy warship sailed close to a disputed South China Sea island controlled by China, U.S. officials said on Wednesday. Read Full Story

Hillary Clinton blasts Trump's budget proposal as 'disdain for Americans'
New York [U.S.], May 25 : Donald Trump's rival in the last presidential election, Hillary Clinton slammed the budget proposal forwarded by the Trump administration on Wednesday, saying it would cause "an unimaginable level of cruelty." Read Full Story

The war is about to begin in first 'GOT' season seven trailer
New Delhi , May 25 : 'Game of Thrones' fans, Rejoice! The first trailer of Season seven is here and it seems like the 'great war' is upon us. Read Full Story

Being 'cruel to be kind' really works!
Washington D.C. [USA], May 25 : Can making people feel bad really help them? Yes, according to a recent study. Read Full Story

I see what you don't see
Washington D.C. [USA], May 25 : Turns out, we only see what we've learned to see. Read Full Story

Don't blame airline mergers for travel snafus
Washington D.C. [USA], May 25 : From lost bags to flight delays and reservation headaches, when it comes to travel snafus, the blame is usually put on the airline mergers, but according to a recent study, you may want to rethink that. Read Full Story

Why you should swap punishing workouts for happy feet
Washington D.C. [USA], May 25 : Sticking with a fitness routine is not always easy and now, a team of researchers has shed some light on why we wimp out on workouts and how we can make more lasting changes. Read Full Story

Theresa May to confront Trump over Manchester Arena attack 'evidence' photos leak
London [UK], May 25 : British Prime Minister Theresa May will confront United States President Donald Trump over leak of information about the Manchester Arena attack from the investigation when she meets him at a NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday. Read Full Story

Taiwan's top court paves way to legalise same-sex marriage
Taipei [Taiwan], May 25 : In an historic decision, the constitutional court in Taiwan, which is country's top most court, has ruled that current law defining marriage as exclusively between a man and a woman was 'unconstitutional', thus paving way for the first same-sex marriage law in Asia. Read Full Story

Donald Trump arrives in Brussels to attend NATO summit
Brussels [Belgium], May 25 : United States President Donald Trump arrived in Brussels on the fourth leg of his first foreign trip since taking office after visiting Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Vatican City. Read Full Story

Former Trump campaign chairman provides Russia-related documents to intel panels
Washington D.C. [USA], May 25 : United States President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has submitted documents consisting of 205 pages to the House and Senate intelligence committees this week in relation to the ongoing investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Read Full Story

Seventh person arrested in Manchester Arena attack
London [UK], May 25 : A man in Nuneaton, Warwickshire has been arrested by the British Police in connection with the Manchester Arena terror attack in which 22 people were killed and several others injured. Read Full Story

Agassi `positive for Djokovic and good for tennis', believes Murray
Johannesburg [South Africa], May 25 : World No. 1 Andy Murray has been surprised by Novak Djokovic's decision to appoint Andre Agassi as coach for the upcoming French Open, but believes it's a positive thing for Novak and its good for tennis. Read Full Story

UK Govt. 'furious' over Manchester Arena attack 'evidence' photos leak
London [UK], May 25 : The UK Government has expressed its anger after a U.S. newspaper published photos apparently showing the scene of the Manchester Arena attack that left 22 dead and several others injured. Read Full Story

Irfan Pathan backs India to defend Champions Trophy title
Karachi [Pakistan], May 25 : Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan has backed the Virat Kohli-led side to successfully defend the Champions Trophy beginning June 1 in England and Wales. Read Full Story

Pogba, Mkhitaryan lead Man Utd to emotional Europa League triumph
Stockholm [Sweden], May 25 : Manchester United on Wednesday evening defeated Ajax 2-0 in Stockholm courtesy goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan to win the Europa League, thus confirming their qualification for the Champions League next season. Read Full Story

Police arrests sixth person in Manchester Arena attack
London [UK], May 25 : A woman has been arrested by the British Police in connection with the Manchester Arena terror attack that left 22 people dead and several others injured. Read Full Story

Political parties in UK to resume campaigning after Manchester Arena attack
London [UK], May 25 : Campaigning for the general election in United Kingdom will resume on Friday after it was suspended following the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena that claimed 22 lives. Read Full Story

Manchester attack: Father, brother of Abedi arrested
Tripoli/London [World] May 24 : The brother and father of Manchester attack bomber have been arrested in Libya. British Police have also arrested one more person in connection with the attack. Read Full Story

Twin blasts in Indonesia , three killed
Jakarta [Indonesia], May 24: At least three people were killed and several injured after two powerful blasts took place at a bus terminal in East Jakarta on Wednesday night. Read Full Story

Spanish court orders Lionel Messi, dad to jail for 21-months for tax fraud
Madrid [Spain], May 24 : The Supreme Court of Spain sentenced Argentine and Barcelona FC football star Lionel Messi to serve a 21-month jail sentence and pay a fine of 2.09 million Euro (USD 2.25 million) for tax fraud on Wednesday. Read Full Story

Trump terms Kim Jong -Un as 'Madman with nuclear weapons'
Moscow[Russia], May24 : U.S. President Donald Trump held a private telephonic conversation with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during which he labeled North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a "madman with nuclear weapons." Read Full Story

Twin blasts in Indonesia, Three killed
Jakarta [Indonesia], May 24: At least three people were killed and several injured after two powerful blasts took place at a bus terminal in East Jakarta on Wednesday night. Read Full Story

Trump discussed terrorism, climate change with Pope
New York [U.S.], May 24 : : Pope Francis appears to have left his mark on U.S. President Donald Trump as they had their first face-to-face meeting at the Vatican on Wednesday. Read Full Story

Donald Trump should be scared of Comey's testifying in public: Wittes
New York [U.S.], May 24 : : James Comey's friend on Tuesday said if he were in place of President Donald Trump he would be scared of the former FBI Director's testimony in public , which he has agreed to give after Memorial Day . Read Full Story

Philippines may impose nationwide martial law to tackle IS
Manila [The Philippines], May 24 : The Philippines may be put under martial law to tackle the threat of Islamic State, said President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday. Read Full Story

DNA may have only modest impact on sexual assault arrests
Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : Most arrests in sexual assault cases occur before crime laboratory results are available, a new study found, suggesting that DNA testing may influence arrests in just a small number of cases. Read Full Story

Ex-ISI official admits Kulbhushan Jadhav captured from Iran
Lahore [Pakistan], May 24 : : Amjad Shoaib, an ex-ISI official and a retired Lieutenant General of the Pakistan Army, has acknowledged India's claim that Kulbhushan Jadhav was captured from Iran. Read Full Story

Strict bedtime can help your kid get sufficient sleep
Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : Parents, you may want to set a strict bedtime for your kids as it has emerged as by far the best way to make sure they get the sleep they need on weekdays. Read Full Story

How effective is your sunscreen?
Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : Sunscreen is of utmost importance to protect your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. With a whole myriad of advertisements flashing on the screens on a daily basis, consumers struggle to choose which products are the safest. Read Full Story

Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal resigns
Kathmandu [Nepal], May 24 : : Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal reportedly submitted his resignation to President Bidhya Devi Bhandari on Wednesday, thus paving the way for Nepali Congress Chief Sher Bahadur Deuba to become the next premier as per an understanding the two leaders had reached in August 2016. Read Full Story

Two Chinese nationals kidnapped at gunpoint from Quetta
Lahore [Pakistan], May 24 : :Two Chinese nationals were reportedly kidnapped on Wednesday from the Jinnah town area of Quetta,the provincial capital of Balochistan. Read Full Story

Kyrgios exits Lyon Open in first round
Lyon [France], May 24 : Controversial Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios suffered a major setback in his preparations for the French Open when he was knocked out of the Lyon Open by Nicolas Kicker of Argentina in the first round. Read Full Story

Manchester attack: Police, MI5 to jointly probe attacker Abedi's antecedents
London [U.K.], May 24 : : Britain's internal intelligence outfit MI5 and the police are now engaged in trying to establish whether Manchester terror attack suicide bomber Salman Abedi worked alone or was part of wider network that helped him to acquire the bomb. Read Full Story

Soon, spinach that will make more than Popeye stronger
Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : "I'm strong to the finich, 'cause I eats me spinach!" said Popeye the Sailor Man, who knew that guzzling cans of this nutritious and delicious leafy green worked. Read Full Story

Security actions breaching sovereignty unacceptable: Putin
Moscow [Russia], May 24 : : At the eighth high-level international security conference in Russia, President Vladimir Putin emphasized that regional and global security issues should be addressed without actions breaching sovereign interests. Read Full Story

Japan's NTT Communications strengthens underwater cable laying abilities
Tokyo [Japan], May 24 : The internet connects people and things around the world. Optical cables placed along the ocean floor provide more than 99 percent of international communications. Read Full Story


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