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John Abraham & His Biker Beauties! After taking a break in 2014, John Abraham will be seen in the upcoming Bollywood movies 'Welcome Back' and 'Hera Pheri 3'. The Bollywood hunk has long standing association with motorcycle giants Yamaha. He was here spotted at the launch of their new calendar. For more info watch this video. 14-Jan-2015
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan begins her comeba Mumbai, Jan 14 (ANI): Aishwarya Rai Bacchan who is all set to begin her bollywood comeback journey with Sanjay Gupta's 'Jazbaa' met the entire team at a script reading session held in Mumbai recently. Talking about the film director Sanjay Gupta said it's going to be a very entertaining and thrilling film. The film also stars actors like Shabana Azmi, Irrfan and Anupam Kapoor among others. 'Jazbaa' is said to be the remake of the South Korean film 'Seven Days'. 14-Jan-2015
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Excited & Ready F Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has been away from the silver screen for a long time. The Bollywood beauty will make her comeback with the movie 'Jazbaa' which is directed by Sanjay Gupta and produced by Sachiin J Joshi. Sanjay Gupta, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sachiin J Joshi and Irrfan Khan were here present talking about the movie. For more info watch this video. 14-Jan-2015
Pedro Almodovar praises theatrical adapt Award-winning Spanish director Pedro Almodovar attended the official opening night of the musical adaptation of his film, "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" on Monday January 12th. The story 14-Jan-2015
Amazon signs on Woody Allen for a TV ser Director Woody Allen is making his first foray onto the small screen -- television. Amazon says it's signed the Oscar-winning filmmaker to write and direct a new TV series for its video streaming 14-Jan-2015
All the Hollywood news All the Hollywood news and gossip for Tuesday. SHOWS: 1. DEREK HOUGH ON THE RED CARPET 2. ZOOEY DESCHANEL ON THE RED CARPET 3. WOODY ALLEN ARRIVING AT PRESS EVENT 4. WOODY ALLEN LEAVING DINNER 14-Jan-2015
DGA announces award nominees, Allen make The Directors Guild of America has released its nominees for its annual award, and "Boyhood's" Richard Linklater earned a nod. Linklater just picked up a Golden Globe for best directing. He'll compete 14-Jan-2015
Luise Rainer is laid to rest It was exactly how she wanted it - with only ten close relatives and a short ceremony, Luise Rainer has been laid to rest. The German-born actress, who made cinema history by winning back-to-back 14-Jan-2015
Enrique says Messi will stay at Barcelon SHOWS: BARCELONA, SPAIN (JANUARY 14, 2015) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) BARCA COACH LUIS ENRIQUE, SAYING: "I am focused on having the team under control this season and see how 14-Jan-2015
Cristiano Ronaldo's son excited to meet SHOWS: ZURICH, SWITZERLAND (JANUARY 12, 2015) (REAL MADRID - NO ACCESS SPAIN) 1. REAL MADRID STRIKER AND PORTUGAL INTERNATIONAL CRISTIANO RONALDO SITTING IN LOBBY WITH HIS MOTHER AND SON CRIS JR. 2. 14-Jan-2015
Cricket World Cup: Pakistan target repea Retiring Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq vows to roll back the years and lead his team to victory in the cricket World Cup starting in Australia and New Zealand next month. Duration: 01:22 14-Jan-2015
China come from behind to beat Uzbekista SHOWS: BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA (JANUARY 14, 2015) (WORLD SPORT GROUP - SEE SCRIPT) CHINA V UZBEKISTAN (BLUE SHIRTS) FIRST HALF 1. PLAYERS WALK OUT 2. CROWD 3. UZBEKISTAN ATTACK, ODIL AKHMEDOV'S (9) 14-Jan-2015
Saudi Arabia beat North Korea 4-1 in the SHOWS: MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA (JANUARY 14, 2015) (WORLD SPORT GROUP - ACCESS ALL) NORTH KOREA (WHITE SHIRTS) V SAUDI ARABIA (GREEN) FIRST HALF 1. PLAYERS WALK OUT 2. NORTH KOREA COACH JO 14-Jan-2015
U.S. coach says he was hoping German kee SHOWS: CARSON, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (JANUARY 12, 2015) (U.S. SOCCER T3/MEDIA-SEE RESTRICTIONS ABOVE) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (ENGLISH) U.S. NATIONAL TEAM COACH JUERGEN KLINSMANN SAYING "Well I think 14-Jan-2015
No ebola fears for African Nations Cup, SHOWS: MALABO, EQUATORIAL GUINEA (JANUARY 13, 2015) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CAF DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS, JUNIOR BINYAM, SAYING: "I don't have any fear about Ebola outbreak 14-Jan-2015
Ronaldo is the best in the world, says S SHOWS: ESTORIL, PORTUGAL (JANUARY 13, 2015) (REUTERS ACCESS-ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (Portuguese) PORTUGAL COACH, FERNANDO SANTOS, TALKING ABOUT CRISTIANO RONALDO, SAYING: "Cristiano is the best player 14-Jan-2015
Ronaldo deserves Ballon d'Or, says Real' SHOWS: ESTORIL, PORTUGAL (JANUARY 13, 2015) (REUTERS ACCESS-ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) REAL MADRID INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS DIRECTOR, EMILIO BUTRAGUENO, TALKING ABOUT CRISTIANO RONALDO, SAYING: " 14-Jan-2015
Volkswagen, Ford top winners at 2015 Det At the North America International Auto Show in Detroit, the 2015 North American Car of the Year has been named -- Volkswagen's 2015 Golf and 2015 Golf GTI. The car maker says it beat out two other 13-Jan-2015
Energy shares drag down stocks U.S. stocks took a hit on Monday. Weakness in oil prices pushed the energy sector lower. Brent and U.S. crude fell to record lows after Goldman Sachs slashed its short-term price forecasts. Meanwhile 13-Jan-2015
Chrome and confidence in Detroit Glitz and chrome in Detroit as automakers show off what they hope will be the cars of the future at the industry's annual event. Coming off a strong 2014- there was an air of confidence among 13-Jan-2015
Jaguar changing gear with SUV It's known for its sporty sedans, but British car maker Jaguar is changing gear. The model is under wraps but the 80-year-old brand will launch the F-PACE off-roader next year and enter the luxury 13-Jan-2015
Tributes paid to French Muslim policeman French policeman Ahmed Merabet, a 40-year-old Muslim, has been buried in a Muslim cemetary outside Paris. He was coldly executed by gunmen as he lay injured on a Paris sidewalk as they fled Charlie Hebdo's offices. Duration: 01:49 13-Jan-2015
Bull elephant gets too close for comfort ROUGH CUT (No reporter narration) STORY: A male elephant got a little too close for comfort on a road running through the Khao Yai National Park and wild life sanctuary, near Bangkok on Sunday ( 13-Jan-2015
Surviving members of Charlie Hebdo team Surviving members of Charlie Hebdo are back at work -- albeit in temporary offices. Ten of their colleagues at this French satirical weekly -- known for lampooning Islam and other religions -- were 13-Jan-2015
Israel buries four Jews killed in Paris Thousands of mourners gathered at a Jerusalem cemetery Tuesday for the funeral of four Jews killed by an Islamist gunman in Paris in an attack that shook the Jewish community. Duration: 01:37 13-Jan-2015
Education sector in shambles in PoK Muzaffarabad, PoK, Jan 13: While Pakistan boasts of having improved the literacy rate in its occupied region of Kashmir, it has failed to provide quality education to region's students. 13-Jan-2015
Omar writes to J and K Governor, offers Srinagar, Jan 13 (ANI): The National Conference in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday wrote to Governor NN Vohra offering its support to the People's Democratic Party for the formation of the next government in the state. 13-Jan-2015
Tharoor takes on Swamy, demands Sunanda' New Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Congress leader, Shashi Tharoor, on Tuesday challenged BJP leader Subramanian Swamy to reveal names of killers of his wife Sunanda Pushkar to police, if he knows it. 13-Jan-2015
PM Modi greets people on Lohri New Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has greeted people on the occasion of Lohri. In his message, the Prime Minister said, "Lohri greetings to everyone! May this festival brighten your lives with abundant happiness, prosperity and good health." The bonfire festival of Lohri is being observed and celebrated across Northern India today. The people of Punjab and Haryana primarily celebrate Lohri to signal the end of the Winter Solstice. This year, in Punjab and Haryana, the state governments and NGOs are going with the theme of saving the girl child. 13-Jan-2015
India will take proactive steps to deal Lucknow, Jan 13 (ANI): Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday said that the government will take proactive steps to deal with proxy war by Pakistan. Talking to mediapersons in Lucknow, he added that any talks with Pakistan will only take place after it stops ceasefire violations and intrusion of terrorists. The defence minister's comments came hours after army chief General Dalbir Singh said Pakistan was supporting a proxy war against India in Jammu and Kashmir. 13-Jan-2015
Delhi Polls: Ajay Maken to spearhead Con New Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Senior Congress leader PC Chacko has announced that former Union minister Ajay Maken will be the head of the party's campaign committee for the upcoming Delhi assembly polls. When asked whether the party is also exploring the possibility of making him the CM candidate, Chacko said that the party will not reveal any name for the post before the election. 13-Jan-2015
Students clash with Mexican military ove ROUGH CUT (No reporter narration) STORY: Violent clashes broke out on Monday (January 12) outside military barracks in the Mexican city of Iguala where 43 students disappeared in September last year. 13-Jan-2015
California activists protest lifting of Protesters gather in front of a French restaurant in Los Angeles where foie gras is served to campaign against a judge's recent decision to lift the ban on the delicacy. Duration: 01:10 13-Jan-2015
Parents of missing Mexico students clash Students and relatives of 43 missing aspiring teachers storm a Mexican military base in the city where they vanished, prompting soldiers to repel them with tear gas. Duration: 01:21 13-Jan-2015
Egypt court overturns Mubarak 3-year jai An Egyptian court on Tuesday overturned a three-year prison sentence against ousted president Hosni Mubarak on corruption charges and ordered a retrial. Duration: 00:32 13-Jan-2015
Egypt court overturns Mubarak 3-year jai An Egyptian court on Tuesday overturned a three-year prison sentence against ousted president Hosni Mubarak on corruption charges and ordered a retrial. Duration: 00:32 13-Jan-2015
Cartoonists in Argentina gather for Char Argentinian cartoonists gather in honour of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Duration: 01:01 13-Jan-2015
Tel Aviv mourners bid farewell to victim ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Dozens of mourners, including family members, gathered in an ultra-Orthodox suburb of Tel Aviv on Tuesday (January 13) to pay respects to 21-year-old Yoav 13-Jan-2015
Flushing soaps down drains harmless, con You might think that by pouring tonnes of soap, shampoo, and detergent down the drain we're hurting the environment - but you'd be wrong. That's according to environmental researcher Hans Sanderson. 13-Jan-2015
LGBT community hopes for apology from Go Bengaluru, Jan 13 (ANI): The Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community is hoping that Goa's Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Ramesh Tawadkar apologizes for his controversial statement. Tawadkar on Monday sparked a row by saying that government is contemplating setting up centres to make LGBT youth 'normal'. Tawadkar said that the LGBT youth will be trained and administered medicine in order to make them 'normal'. Tawadkar, however, took a u-turn over the issue saying he was misunderstood and misquoted on the issue. 13-Jan-2015
Swapan Debnath says left women leaders t New Delhi/ Kolkata, Jan 13 (ANI): Political leaders on Tuesday condemned TMC leader Swapan Debnath after he said that left party women leaders tear their own blouses and claim assault. While addressing Trinamool supporters, Debnath said that the women activists of Left party often stoop to such a low level that they tear their own blouses and claim being assaulted. Debnath added that when these activists quarrel with their husbands and are attacked, they don't blame them, but instead frame Trinamool members. CPI (M) and BJP leaders condemned the statement and said that this comes under the shelter of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and also demanded action against the leader. 13-Jan-2015
Indian army organizes blood donation cam Budgam, Jan 13 (ANI): Indian army organised a blood donation camp in Jammu and Kashmir in a bid to reach out to the local residents. Many soldiers, along with residents, donated blood at the camp organised in Budgam district. General Officer Commanding Kilo Force of Rashtriya Rifles, Asit Mishra, said that blood donation is the highest form of humanism. Requirement of blood has always been high in the state due to militancy and insurgency activities. The army said it planned to take up similar projects in the future. There has also been an acute shortage of blood especially after the devastating floods in September last year. 13-Jan-2015
Pope urges respect for human rights on S Pope Francis urges respect for human rights in Sri Lanka as he begins a two-nation Asia tour on the island, bearing a message of peace and reconciliation after a decades-long civil war. Duration: 01:24 13-Jan-2015
Sports Ministers statement out of ignora Panaji, Jan 13 (ANI): After Goa's Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Ramesh Tawadkar created a furor by saying that the LGBT community needs cure, state Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar did a damage control saying sexual orientation is a natural thing. Meanwhile, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community is hoping that Tawadkar apologizes for his controversial statement. Tawadkar on Monday sparked a row by saying that government is contemplating setting up centres to make LGBT youth 'normal'. Tawadkar said that the LGBT youth will be trained and administered medicine in order to make them 'normal'. He, however, took a u-turn over the issue saying he was misunderstood and misquoted on the issue later. 13-Jan-2015
Demarcating LAC only solution to boundar New Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Army Chief General Dalbir Singh on Tuesday said that demarcating the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China is a long-lasting solution to ensure peace between India and its northern neighbour. 13-Jan-2015
Security forces worked tirelessly for su New Delhi, Jan 13, (ANI): Army Chief General Dalbir Singh on Tuesday praised the security forces operating in Jammu and Kashmir for ensuring a successful election in the state. He also hailed the high voter turnout. Gen Singh further said the active borders in Jammu and Kashmir were a great threat to the elections. He also praised the media, terming it 'vital' for national security. 13-Jan-2015
Pakistan supporting proxy war in J&K: Ar New Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Army Chief General Dalbir Singh on Tuesday said that Pakistan is supporting a proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir with the help of terrorists, and this reflected Islamabad's desperation. The army chief further said that the number of terrorists gunned down by army and other forces have certainly increased in last year. 13-Jan-2015
Kerry urges Pakistan to fight 'terror gr ROUGH CUT, NO REPORTER NARRATION Pakistan must fight militant groups that threaten Afghan, Indian and U.S. interests, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday (January 13) as he offered 13-Jan-2015
Airasia plane's cockpit voice recorder r Piece by piece, Indonesia's bringing back the remains of the AirAsia plane from the bottom of the Java Sea. Officials say search teams have managed to retrieve the cockpit voice recorder. Divers 13-Jan-2015
Indian states gear up preparations to we Surat/ Varanasi, Jan 13 (ANI): Kites with portraits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama hit local markets in western India as nation gears up to celebrate harvest festival of Makar Sankranti falling on Wednesday (January 14). The festival of 'Makar Sankranti' marks the northward journey of the Sun as it enters the Capricorn zodiac. Many states in northern and western India celebrate the festival by distributing sweets among loved ones. Kite flying is a hit among youngsters and elderly alike during the festival. Shops in Gujarat have a new attraction for their customers as, with Obama's India visit scheduled for later this month, kites with portraits of him and Modi are being sold out in large numbers in the state. 13-Jan-2015
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