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Baahubali 2 producer Karan Johar faces blackmail threat, six arrested

Baahubali 2 producer Karan Johar faces blackmail threat, six arrested

The Cyber crime police in Hyderabad have arrested six members for threatening producers of the epic movie, Baahubali 2, of circulating a pirated copy of the blockbuster hit. While Mehta was arrested in Hyderabad on May 11, he revealed the names of three other accomplices - Jitender Mehta, Taufiq and Mohammad Ali - who were arrested in Delhi on May 12.


Republic TV outperforms Times now in debut week

Republic TV outperforms Times now in debut week

India Today Television and some other prominent English news channels have made a decision to pull out of Broadcast Audience Research Council of India or BARC rating system after it ignored News Broadcasters' Association's (NBA) request to not to release the viewership ratings of newly launched Republic TV .



MEA terms ICJ verdict on Jadhav unanimous, unambiguous

In the meantime, yesterday a 11-judge bench of the International Court of Justice stayed the execution of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav by Pakistani military court until further notice, while observing that prima facie the Vienna Convention will apply in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case.



Trump slams probe into him as "single greatest witch hunt"

They included media reports that Trump discussed sensitive intelligence on the Islamic State militant group with Russia's foreign minister. The president then claimed to be part of the "single greatest witch hunt" in his country's political history.


Senate Dem: White House more focused on defending Trump than national security

Senate Dem: White House more focused on defending Trump than national security

In a second tweet , Trump said Yates should be asked under oath "if she knows how classified information got into the newspapers" soon after she raised concerns about Flynn with McGahn. The key takeaways from the very partisan hearings were based around the timeline and intentions leading up to the controversial firing of former National Security Advisor General Mike Flynn, and the continued questions about the Trump campaign's connections to Russian Federation.


Turkish President's bodyguards unleash on protesters in Washington DC

Turkish President's bodyguards unleash on protesters in Washington DC

The senator said he was "outraged" after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's bodyguards appeared to assault protesters Tuesday. "Groups affiliated with the PKK, which the US and Turkey have designated as a terrorist organization, gathered yesterday without permit in Sheridan Circle in the immediate vicinity of the Ambassador's Residence, while the President of Turkey was visiting the Residence", the embassy said in a statement .