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ASML warns of weak first quarter as chip

ASML, a major supplier to the world's largest computer chipmakers, said sales would be weak in the first quarter as some of its customers had delayed orders into the second half of the year.  Pascale Davies reports.

24-Jan-2019
Metro Bank shares crash as risky mortgag

Metro Bank shares lost a third of their value on Wednesday after the British lender announced a sharp rise in exposure to higher-risk mortgages and said profits would be hit by slowing growth.  Pascale Davies reports.

24-Jan-2019
EU readies support for fishermen in case

The EU’s executive proposed contingency plans on Wednesday for fishing in the event of a no-deal Brexit, suggesting EU fishermen could be compensated if barred from Britain, and British boats could fish in EU waters for the rest of this year.  David Pollard reports.

24-Jan-2019
Subaru halts Japan car output on defecti

Subaru said its sole car factory in Japan, accounting for roughly 60 percent of global production, could be out of action for almost two weeks after it discovered a suspected defect in a power-steering component.  Pascale Davies reports.

24-Jan-2019
'Capitalism is a wild beast' - Bono

Bono, U2 singer and co-founder of the One campaign, described capitalism as "a wild beast" that can do much harm if not tamed. He made the comments during the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

24-Jan-2019
BOJ maintains stimulus, China to boost s

Asia's biggest economies stepped up their defences against slowing demand and the pressure of protectionism on Wednesday, with the Bank of Japan leaving its massive stimulus programme on hold and China pledging more fiscal spending to boost the economy. David Pollard reports.

24-Jan-2019
Plastic waste in Indonesian river 'never

Under the baking West Java sun, Indonesian boys chit-chat on a river bridge -- an idyllic scene if not for the masses of plastic waste that fills the surface of the water below. Francesca Lynagh reports.

24-Jan-2019
White House: trade talks will "help" Chi

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday that trade talks could "wind up helping China" but that first "the barriers have to be eliminated." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

24-Jan-2019
Brazil's upbeat Bolsonaro faces sober Da

Brazil's new far-right president Jair Bolsonaro had the unenviable task of trying to lift spirits at the World Economic Forum in Davos with attendees concerned about slower global economic growth and the effects of climate change. Conway G. Gittens reports.

24-Jan-2019
British billionaire Dyson moves vacuum g

James Dyson, the billionaire Brexit supporter who revolutionised vacuum cleaners with his bagless technology, is moving his corporate office and tax registration to Singapore from Britain to be closer to his fastest growing markets. Pascale Davies reports.

24-Jan-2019
Threats to EU prompt Franco-German 'unit

German Chancellor and Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron signed a treaty extension on Tuesday in a bid to show unity in the face of challenges to the European Union. David Doyle and Paul Carrel report.

24-Jan-2019
Israel opens new airport to boost Eilat

Israel has opened a new, $500 million international airport outside its Red Sea resort of Eilat, hoping to boost winter tourism and provide an alternative for times of conflict to its main gateway in Tel Aviv.  David Pollard reports.

24-Jan-2019
UK pay growth hits fresh 10-year high as

British workers' pay growth hit a new 10-year high and employment grew by much more than expected in the three months to the end of November, as the labour market remained robust despite other signs of an economic slowdown ahead of Brexit. Pascale Davies reports.

24-Jan-2019
UBS, global growth worries send European

European shares opened in negative territory on Tuesday as growth worries weighed on global markets and disappointing results from UBS added to the gloom and dragged the banking sector down.  David Pollard reports.

24-Jan-2019
PM Modi inaugurates 15th Pravasi Bharati

Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Jan 22 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 15th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi today. The three-day-long Pravasi Bharatiya Divas is being organised from January 21 to 23 instead of January 9 to allow participants visit the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj and attend the Republic Day parade in the national capital. The theme for this year's convention is 'role of Indian diaspora in building new India'. PM Modi will hold talks with his Mauritius counterpart Pravind Jugnauth after the inaugural session. External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj inaugurated the Youth Pravasi Bharatiya Divas yesterday, along with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Over 4,000 NRI delegates from about 85 countries are attending the event and many of them will be staying in the tent city, built specially for them. President Ram Nath Kovind will address the concluding function tomorrow. After Pravasi Divas, the guests will be taken for a visit to the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj on Thursday. A cultural village has been developed in Prayagraj, showing the history from the Indus Valley Civilisation. The 'pravasis' will be taken to New Delhi on Thursday night and will have a "Delhi darshan" the next day. They will also witness the Republic Day Parade on January 26. The decision to celebrate Pravasi Bharatiya Divas was taken by the late prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the first event was celebrated on January 9, 2003. The Pravasi Bharatiya Divas is now celebrated once in every two years and provides a platform to the overseas Indian community to engage with the government and reconnect with their roots.

22-Jan-2019
Rains trigger massive traffic jams in De

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): Heavy downpour left commuters stranded for hours as traffic jams were witnessed in Delhi due to water-logging on Tuesday.  Traffic snarls were witnessed in several parts of the nation capital.  Roads are immersed in water leading to traffic and more inconvenience. 

22-Jan-2019
Akhilesh Yadav raises question on credib

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), Jan 22 (ANI): Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday again raised a question on the credibility of EVMs citing the example of Japan not using it. Akhilesh Yadav said, “If someone has raised a question then it must be thought that what is the reason that a developed country like Japan is not using EVMs. It is not a question of a political party; it's a question of trust in democracy. Election Commission and government should make a decision.” 

22-Jan-2019
Snow spell hits hills, heavy snowfall oc

Rajouri (J&K)/ Anantnag (J&K)/ Munsiyari (Uttarakhand)/ Ranikhet (Uttarakhand), Jan 22 (ANI): January continues to be white in the hills of north India as the spell of snow hit the region. Heavy to very heavy snowfall is expected across Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and Himachal Pradesh in the coming days with Uttarakhand also in line to get wet weather. The higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir received fresh snowfall on Tuesday morning, forcing the closure of several vital road-links including Mughal road. The clearance work of snow is underway at Mughal road. Pir Panjal mountain range received heavy snowfall in its higher regions. Rajouri district of the mountain range turned pristine white owing to the fresh snowfall. A fall in temperature has been noticed after snowfall at various places. Snow avalanche hits Jawahar tunnel in Qazigund at Anantnag but no loss of life or property has been reported yet. 

22-Jan-2019
'Suicidal': Freed UK scholar recalls UAE

A freed British academic who was jailed for life in the UAE then pardoned has said he was forced to confess to spying. Lucy Fielder reports.

22-Jan-2019
Rain, thunderstorm lash Delhi-NCR

New Delhi/ Gurugram (Haryana), Jan 22 (ANI): Heavy rains accompanied by thunderstorms and strong surface winds hit the national capital and its neighbourhood areas on early Tuesday. The air quality improved to poor category across the city. 15 trains are running late due to foggy weather conditions and low visibility. Flight services are badly affected due to cloudy weather in Delhi- National Capital Region (NCR).  Delhi is expected to witness another spell of winter rains in the coming days. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted cloudy sky with light rain or drizzle. There will be gusty winds through the day with the minimum and maximum temperature likely to be around 9 and 21 degrees Celsius respectively. Delhi received the wet spell on Monday due to western disturbances. On Monday, the national capital received rains, a day after recording the warmest January day since 2012 on Sunday. The maximum temperature settled at 28.7 degrees Celsius on Sunday, seven notches above the season's average. The prevailing situation is a result of active western disturbance, the IMD said. On Monday, Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 11 degrees Celsius while the maximum was 20 degrees Celsius. The sudden spell of showers on Monday led to a slow movement in traffic. The Safdarjung observatory recorded 1.2 mm rainfall between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm, while Palam recorded 2.8mm, Lodhi Road 0.8mm, Ridge area 0.6mm and Ayanagar 0.6mm rainfall respectively.

22-Jan-2019
Watch: Devotees of Sri Shivakumara Swami

Tumakuru (Karnataka), Jan 22 (ANI): Devotees in large numbers gathered to pay their last respects to the renowned spiritual leader, humanitarian and educationist Sri Shivakumara Swami in Karnataka's Tumakuru on Tuesday. 111-year-old Shivakumara Swami, passed away at the Siddaganga Mutt on 21 January. 

22-Jan-2019
Snowfall brings cheer to tourists in Shi

Narkanda (Shimla), Jan 22 (ANI): A thick blanket of snow covered Himachal Pradesh this winter season. Shimla witnessed heavy snowfall across the state on Tuesday. Tourists are enjoying winter season with full spirit. Small water bodies have been frozen due to low temperature. The snowfall has affected roadways in the state.

22-Jan-2019
Watch: BS Yeddyurappa paid last respects

Tumakuru (Karnataka), Jan 22 (ANI): Devotees in large numbers gathered to pay their last respects to the renowned spiritual leader, humanitarian and educationist Sri Shivakumara Swami in Karnataka's Tumakuru on Tuesday. Former Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa also visited at Siddaganga Mutt and paid his respect. 111-year-old Shivakumara Swami, passed away at the Siddaganga Mutt on 21 January. 

22-Jan-2019
Watch: Man slips from train, RPF personn

Ballari (Karnataka), Jan 22 (ANI): A Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel saved a passenger's life by rescuing him from falling, while he was boarding a train at Hosapete Junction railway station platform. However, the passenger didn't suffer any injury.
 

22-Jan-2019
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22-Jan-2019
Dozens feared dead in Afghan military ba

At least 12 people were killed in a Taliban-claimed attack on a military compound in central Afghanistan but dozens more are feared dead, as the insurgents continue to batter the war-torn country's beleaguered security forces.

22-Jan-2019
Family throws infant over suspicion of b

Shahjahanpur (Uttar Pradesh), Jan 22 (ANI): An infant was rescued from a lake in Shahjahanpur district of Uttar Pradesh where she was allegedly thrown away by her family, who believed that the child was possessed by evil spirits. According to police, the infant was thrown in the lake on the advice of a tantrik (self -styled godman). In connection with the case, police have arrested a lady, infant's father and the tantrik. Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Shahjahanpur SC Shakya said, "Three people, including father of the child and a tantrik, have been arrested. The infant was thrown in a lake on the advice of the tantrik, fearing bad luck as she was ill." A case under relevant Sections has been registered against all the accused.

22-Jan-2019
Cleaning drive initiated in Dal Lake fir

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir), Jan 22 (ANI): The Lakes and Water Ways Development Authority (LAWDA) started the cleaning work of Dal Lake during winter season for the first time in Kashmir valley on Monday. They initiated a massive mission to clean the famous Dal Lake. Earlier, cleaning of Dal Lake was only done during summers. Kashmir valley which is famous all over the world and known as paradise of earth due to its natural beauty attract Lakhs of tourists every year. Lakes and Water Ways Development Authority (LAWDA) which is the concern agency for monitoring all activities of famous lake has taken this imitative. Dal Lake is fully clean ahead of tourist season from March and for that purpose hundreds of labors have been deployed who are manually dredging Dal lake weeds. Shikara riding and staying in house boats is very famous over there. Local residents and tourism trade people appreciated this step taken by LAWDA.

22-Jan-2019
Devotees in huge numbers gather to pay t

Tumkur (Karnataka), Jan 22 (ANI): Devotees in lakhs, gathered outside Siddaganga mutt in Karantaka’s Tumkur, to pay their final tribute to seer Shivakumara Swami, who passed away on Monday.

22-Jan-2019
Protests in Venezuela after arrest of an

Protesters demonstrate in Caracas after a group of soldiers was arrested for rising up against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

22-Jan-2019
‘Digital Baba’ at Kumbh Mela becomes

Prayagraj (Uttar Pradesh), jan 22 (ANI): Technology and religions have often remain apart from each other, however, thanks to the Kumbh Mela, people got to see a saint who doesn’t shy away from technology. In fact, using technology to interact with his followers is his USP. Swami Ram Shankar is a social media savvy saint and he has earned the name of ‘Digital Baba’ from that only. He likes to “interact” with young minds whenever he sees such people in big numbers.

22-Jan-2019
Secularism safe in country because it’

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Monday said that Constitution alone could not preserve secularism in India, and it being in the “DNA of Indian people” was one of the important factors in keeping intact the dignity of all religions in the country. “Secularism is safe in India for the simple reason that it is in the DNA of Indian people. Secularism is not because of the constitution alone, not because of Narendra Modi, not because of some other party,” Naidu said in the national capital during a book launch. Naidu also expressed his disappointment on Indians “feeling shy” to even touch ancient subjects like Sanskrit, Vedas and Upanishads in the name of secularism, even as other countries were doing extensive research on the same.

22-Jan-2019
Ex-serviceman allegedly beaten up by Con

Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh), Jan 22 (ANI): An ex-serviceman, who is currently serving as security guard in a municipal corporation of Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur, was allegedly beaten up by Congress workers. A group of people is seen attacking the ex-army man in the CCTV footage of the municipal corporation accessed by ANI. The police said they have taken cognizance of the matter, and identification of the suspects is underway.

22-Jan-2019
WHO lists Climate change, vaccine hesita

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): The World Health Organization (WHO) has listed out 10 global health threats for 2019, adding that millions of lives will be at risk if these threats are not addressed. The United Nation's public health agency, thus, is starting a new five year strategic plan- the 13th General Programme of Work. Here is the list of health issues that need urgent attention, according to the global health body: Air pollution and climate change: This year, air pollution is considered as the greatest environmental risk to health. Microscopic pollutants in the air can damage the lungs, heart and brain, killing 7 million people prematurely every year from diseases such as cancer, stroke, heart and lung ailments. Non-communicable diseases: Ailments such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease, are collectively responsible for over 70 per cent of all deaths worldwide, or 41 million people every year, according to the statistics put out by the WHO. This includes 15 million people dying prematurely. Global influenza pandemic: The report, which the WHO put out on its website, further says the world is waiting to face another influenza pandemic. The WHO is constantly monitoring the circulation of influenza viruses to detect potential pandemic strains. Fragile and vulnerable settings: More than 22 per cent of the global population lives in places where protracted crisis (through a combination of challenges such as drought, famine, conflict and population displacement) and weak health services leave people without access to basic care. Antimicrobial resistance: Antimicrobial resistance, the ability of bacteria, parasites, viruses and fungi to resist medicines could send the medical fraternity back to a time when it were unable to easily treat infections such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhoea, and salmonellosis. Ebola and other high-threat pathogens: In 2018, the Democratic Republic of the Congo saw two separate Ebola outbreaks, both of which spread to cities of more than 1 million people. Weak primary health care: Many countries do not have adequate primary health care facilities. This neglect could be due to lack of resources in low or middle-income countries, but could also possibly be due to focus in the past few decades on single disease programmes. Vaccine hesitancy: The reluctance or refusal to vaccinate, despite the availability of vaccines, threatens to reverse the progress made in tackling vaccine-preventable diseases. Complacency, inconvenience in accessing vaccines, and lack of confidence are key reasons underlying hesitancy. Dengue: The mosquito-borne disease that causes flu-like symptoms can be lethal and kill up to 20 per cent of those with severe dengue, which has been a growing threat for decades. An estimated 40 per cent of the world is at risk of dengue fever. HIV: While the progress made against HIV is commendable, the epidemic continues to rage with nearly a million people dying from HIV/AIDS every year. The WHO plans to work with countries to support the introduction of self-testing technique so that more people living with the virus know their status and can receive treatment in time.

22-Jan-2019
Kedarnath receives fresh spell of snowfa

Kedarnath (Uttarakhand), Jan 22 (ANI): Kedarnath, one of the holiest sites of Uttarakhand, on Monday received fresh spell of snowfall. Snow even surrounded the Kedarnath Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiv. The temple remains closed during winter months as the extreme conditions become hindrance to devotees. 

22-Jan-2019
NSA Doval’s son files defamation case

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval’s son Vivek Doval on Monday filed a defamation suit against Congress leader Jairam Ramesh and two journalists, claiming he was “deeply hurt and offended” by their verbal and written attacks. “I went to the court today to file a criminal defamation complaint against Mr Jairam Ramesh. His motivated and vindictive attacks against myself, my father, my family have deeply offended and hurt me,” Vivek told media in the national capital. 

22-Jan-2019
2 Indian rock pythons rescued from Gujar

Vadodara (Gujarat), Jan 22 (ANI): Forest officials rescued two Indian rock pythons in Vadodara. The non-venomous reptiles were rescued from Ramnath village after they created panic among the villagers on being spotted. Forest officials rushed to the spot on receiving the information about the presence of the reptiles in the village and rescued them successfully. Nitin Patel, member of the Vododara Forest Department, said one of the pythons was eight-foot-long. The reptiles were released into the wilderness by the rescue team after medical examination. 

22-Jan-2019
Can't do foreign policy with

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris was critical of President Donald Trump's Syria policy during a news conference at Howard University on Monday saying, "you cannot conduct foreign policy through tweets." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

22-Jan-2019
Americans "want a paycheck": Kamala Harr

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris, at her alma mater Howard University on Monday, said Americans don't want President Trump's "vanity project" wall, they "want a paycheck." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

22-Jan-2019
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas: EAM Swaraj boas

Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Jan 21 (ANI):  External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj addressed the valedictorian event of 15th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Varanasi, on Monday. In her address, the Union Minister said, “It’s the migration of educated that has brought laurels to India. Today many MNCs are headed by young Indian origin CEOs, whether it’s Sundar Pichai of Google, Satya Nadella of Microsoft, Ajay Banga of MasterCard or Gita Gopinath of IMF.” She noted that while the Indian diaspora started migrating centuries ago, it is the migration of the educated, highly skilled and dynamic young Indians that has brought laurels to India.

22-Jan-2019
Siddharth Malhtra and Diana Penty Walks

Siddharth Malhtra and Diana Penty Walks on The Ramp for Blenders Pride Fashion Tour 2019

22-Jan-2019
Emraan Hashmi and Shreya Dhanwanthary at

Emraan Hashmi and Shreya Dhanwanthary at Visit Reshma and Riyaz Gangji Store For Why Cheat India

22-Jan-2019
Deepika Padukone Launches Lakshmi Nambia

Deepika Padukone Launches Lakshmi Nambiar Book The Dot That Went For A Walk

22-Jan-2019
Razzie Awards 2019: John Travolta, Johnn

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): The awards show that 'honours' the worst in cinema have revealed the nominations for the 39th annual Razzie Awards. This year's nominees for worst picture, include 'Gotti', 'The Happytime Murders', 'Robin Hood', 'Winchester' and the "comedy whose own ads admit it 'doesn't have a clue'," the Razzies said in its announcement, 'Holmes & Watson', wrote The Hollywood Reporter. The nominees for worst acting include John Travolta for 'Gotto', Melissa McCarthy for 'The Happytime Murders'and 'Life of the Party', Bruce Willis for 'Death Wish' and Jennifer Garner for 'Peppermint.' Donald Trump is also nominated for his appearances through archival footage in the documentaries 'Death of a Nation' and 'Fahrenheit 11/9'. While the 2019 Razzie Awards nominations were announced on the Razzies Awards YouTube channel, the actual awards will take place on February 23, the night before the 91st Academy Awards.

22-Jan-2019
Kareena, Akshay’s ‘Good News’ set

New Delhi, Jan 22 (ANI): Kareena Kapoor and Akshay Kumar's film 'Good News' finally got a release date. The film is being produced by Dharma Productions. Karan Johar took to twitter to announce the date of the film's release. He wrote, "#GOODNEWS releases on the 6th of September, 2019!!! AKSHAY KAREENA DILJIT KIARA!!! Directed by RAJ MEHTA!!" The film also stars Punjabi heartthrob Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani. 'Good News', which will see Akshay and Kareena reunite after ten years also saw the lead actor tweeting about it in August last year. Revolving around a couple trying to have a baby, the film was earlier supposed to release in July.

22-Jan-2019
Sir David Attenborough receives Crystal

British naturalist Sir David Attenborough is among those honoured at the Crystal Awards which kicked off the World Economic Forum in Davos. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

22-Jan-2019
‘Total Dhamaal’ trailer reveals surp

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): The trailer of the highly anticipated multi-starrer film ‘Total Dhamaal’ is finally out and it seems like a perfectly put together Bollywood masala film. From unbeatable comic timing to catchy punch lines, to upbeat music, the trailer features everything that one can expect from a Bollywood comedy film. The film is the third sequel to the 2007 ‘Dhamaal’ and much like its first part, ‘Total Dhamaal’ follows a group of people, who try to outrun each other in their search for hidden treasure. As depicted in the posters, the star-studded trailer features Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Riteish Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi, Sanjay Mishra and Johnny Lever at their comic best. Apart from the obvious, the trailer also has a surprise element that the filmmakers did not give away in the posters of the film. The 2.49-minute-long clip features Sonakshi Sinha, who can be seen dancing to a number in the film. The trailer also features a remix version of the 1985 song ‘Paisa Yeh Paisa’ where the stars can be seen shaking a leg, all dressed in blue. Apart from Sonakshi, the trailer also features Mahesh Manjrekar, evidently essaying a villainous character. One of the most popular silver screen pairs of the 90s, Madhuri and Anil have reunited after 19 years for the upcoming Indra Kumar’s adventure comedy, making the film even more special. The two were last seen sharing screen space in the 2000 Thriller/Drama ‘Pukar.’ The film is scheduled to hit the big screens on February 22.

22-Jan-2019
Aayush Sharma, Aditi Rao Hyderi Attend U

Urj Awards evening was a star studded affair recently organised in Mumbai. Stars such as Manisha Koirala, Amruta Fadnavis, and Aditi Rao Hyderi among others graced the occasion. 

22-Jan-2019
‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ joins 100

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): Vicky Kaushal starter ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ is riding high on Josh and has crossed the 100 crore mark. The film has impressed the audience and the box-office numbers are proving it! Sharing the film’s latest achievement on his twitter handle, Indian film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh wrote, “And Uri crosses 100 cr. Sure, 100 cr is not the yardstick to gauge the success of a film, but it should be celebrated when mid-sized films like Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Raazi, #Stree, Badhaai Ho and Uri: The Surgical Strike hit a century. Content is king and the audiences are kingmakers!” The film, which hit big screens on January 11, is based on the 2016 Indian Army’s surgical strikes in Pakistan following the attacks in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri town. While the numbers speak for themselves, the success of the film is evident as the film’s catchphrase “How’s the Josh” has managed to take the internet by storm. The trend is being followed by everybody from children to the Prime Minister of India. The film minted Rs. 8.20 crore on the first day of its release. On the first weekend, the collective earnings of the film amounted to approximately Rs. 28 crore.

22-Jan-2019
Amrita Rao And Nawazuddin Gear Up For

Amrita Rao and Nawazuddin Siddiqui went vocal on their upcoming film ‘Thackeray’ recently in media interaction held in Mumbai.
Amrita Rao looked graceful in a pink and golden saree, paired up with golden hangings while Nawazuddin had donned a coffee coloured coat over a maroon t-shirt.

22-Jan-2019
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