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Donald J. Trump in 2005 video has been caught saying that a woman allows a star to do anything with her. The video unearthed by The Washington Post features the real estate mogul bragging about kissing and groping women he is attracted to.World NewsTrump tape: Donald's comments on groping women blasts Twitter
As Donald Trump tape reached public, condemnation from politicians, pundits and celebrities was unavoidable. All blasted twitter with their reactions over lewd comments by Donald Trump in 2005 video recorded during a soap opera where Trump was supposed to make a cameo appearance.World NewsAntonio Guterres to replace Ban Ki Moon as UN Chief in 2017
India on Thursday welcomed a decision to select Portugal's former premier Antonio Guterres as the next United Nation Secretary General to replace Ban-Ki Moon at the beginning of 2017.World NewsAriane 5 places GSAT-18 communication satellite in orbit, PM Modi congratulates
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The Taliban on Monday launched a co-ordinated attack on Monday in Kunduz, a city in Afghanistan, setting off a gunbattle with Afghan forces. No immediate reports of casualties or deaths have been received from the site of the incident.World NewsModerate intensity earthquake jolts Pakistan along Indo-Pak border
Amid escalating tension between India and Pakistan near LoC, nature is taking tough calls too. A moderate intensity earthquake on Saturday jolted Pakistan near Indo-Pak border.PoliticsPakistan bans broadcast of all Indian TV channels from October 15
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India, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh came united voicing their concern over the rising terrorism and decided to boycott SAARC Summit scheduled for 9-10 November in Pakistan, which has been framed as heaven for terrorists.World NewsAfghanistan supports India, says surgical strike right in all manners
Afghanistan on Friday gave positive support to India's surgical strike at 7 terrorist launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir along Line of Control. The country also warned Pakistan to take some "tough" and "risky" decisions to counter terrorism.World NewsPakistan terms India's surgical strike as 'a lie'
Reacting to India's claims for carrying out surgical strikes alongside Line of Control in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Nawaz Sharif on Thursday dubbed it as 'a lie' and said it was just a cross-border firing which killed few Pakistani soldiers.
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