Harbhajan Singh Slams Kamran Akmal for Disrespecting Arshdeep Singh

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Former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Kamran Akmal has issued an unconditional apology to Harbhajan Singh and the entire Sikh community for his disrespectful comments on Arshdeep Singh. Akmal was part of a discussion panel on ARY News during the Indian vs Pakistan encounter at the T20 World Cup on Sunday in New York. The former wicketkeeper-batter took a dig at the Indian pacer’s religion saying, “Kuch bhi ho sakta hai… Dekhe last over karna Arshdeep Singh ne hai. Waise uska rhythm nahi laga. 12 baj gaye hai (Anything can happen. The last over will be bowled by Arshdeep Singh; he hasn’t looked in a great rhythm. And It is already 12.” Akmal’s comments sparked a massive uproar on social media, drawing a furious reaction from Harbhajan as well. “Lakh di laanat tere Kamraan Akhmal.. You should know the history of sikhs before you open your filthy mouth. We Sikhs saved your mothers and sisters when they were abducted by invaders, the time invariably was 12 o’clock. Shame on you…Have some Gratitude,” the Indian spin legend posted on X. Akmal said he was ‘truly sorry’ for his comments on a Pakistani news channel, which irked the former Indian cricketer.
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India responds to China’s remarks on Dalai Lama
India responds to China’s remarks on Dalai Lama

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India hit back at China Friday, calling the Dalai Lama a “revered religious leader” who was free to conduct his “religious and spiritual activities” in the country, after Beijing called the Tibetan leader a “political exile”, and not a “pure religious figure”. “The government of India’s position on His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been very clear and consistent. He is a revered religious leader and is deeply respected by the people of India. His Holiness is accorded due courtesies and freedom to conduct his religious and spiritual activities,” Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said at a regular press briefing. Earlier this week, a high-power bipartisan seven-member delegation from the US House of Representatives visited India and met with the Tibetan religious leader at his home in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. China opposed the visit and in a statement by its foreign ministry spokesperson Lin Jian Tuesday, said, “It’s known by all that the 14th Dalai Lama is not a pure religious figure, but a political exile engaged in anti-China separatist activities under the cloak of religion.”
First full train trial run on world’s highest rail bridge
First full train trial run on world’s highest rail bridge

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Indian Railways on Thursday successfully conducted the first full train trial run on the world’s highest railway bridge built on Chenab river in J&K, connecting Sangaldan in Ramban district to Reasi. "Trial run of MEMU train conducted at a speed of 40 kmph," railways spokesperson said, adding that rail services on the line will start soon. Railways had conducted a successful engine trial run on the bridge, 359 metres above Chenab river, on Sunday. The 1,315-metre-long bridge is part of Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link project which is scheduled to be completed by the year end.
United Airlines jet turns back after engine piece falls off
United Airlines jet turns back after engine piece falls off

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A United Airlines flight bound for Denver returned to Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut, on Thursday after a piece of the engine's sound-dampening outer liner fell off during takeoff. The crew of the Airbus A320 heard an "abnormal noise" shortly after departure and decided to turn back, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The airline said that the missing portion of the liner was found on the runway, and there were no reported injuries among the 124 passengers and five crew members on board. The FAA announced that it would investigate the incident.
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Mouni Roy stuns in tight dress, viral photos!
Mouni Roy stuns in tight dress, her photos trending online for their appeal

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Mouni Roy, a top Hindi TV actress known for Naagin, stunned fans with recent vacation photos in a skin-tight dress. Her career soared since debut in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, later in Bollywood with Gold and Brahmastra. Roy praised diverse roles in Sultan of Delhi and Brahmastra, broadening her acting image.
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Patralekhaa says auditions led to all her jobs
Patralekhaa says she got roles only by auditioning for HTCity Showstoppers event

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Shefali Dhiman
Patralekhaa, in a chat with HTCity Showstoppers, discussed her decade in films. Known for CityLights, she gained fame but feels it didn't boost her career much. She values the experience and learning from early roles, grateful for working with talented people.
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Lucky Ali accuses official of land grab
Singer Lucky Ali accuses senior IAS officer of grabbing Bengaluru farmland; files complaint

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Singer Lucky Ali has accused IAS officer Rohini Sindhuri, her husband Sudhir Reddy, and brother-in-law Madhusudan Reddy of unlawfully seizing his land near Bengaluru. Ali claimed they misused state resources. The case was filed at Yelahanka New Town police station. The dispute over farmland between them has been ongoing.
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