Celebrity footballer David Beckham reportedly loves to style daughter Harper and has taken over the duty of styling her. David, who recently announced retirement from the sport, like to maker 22-month-old daughter wear bright clothes whereas wife Victoria has a different choice. "Victoria has always dressed Harper beautifully, but lately it's been David who's taken the reins. David tends to ...
Singer Chris Brown reportedly has a soft corner for ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran. The duo dated for a few months before Brown famously reconciled his relation with singer Rihanna. However, he is said to have kept in touch with Tran. "I don't know if he's in love with Karrueche, but he loves her. Being in love with someone is different than loving them," hollywoodlife.com quoted a source as ...
The Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA), in association with the Odisha State Museum (OSM), organised the rock art exhibition in Bhubaneshwar on the occasion of the International Museum Day. The renowned museum showcased around 250 photographs of rock arts and six to eight replicas of the preserved art. Project director of the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, BL Malla said ...
Russia's Public Television, which will be governed by the public rather than by the state or the channel owners and which will not run any commercials, Sunday started its broadcast. It offers viewers news, films, entertainment and cognitive programmes. The new TV channel is to become accessible free of charge in the networks of all operators of cable, satellite and IP-television. The TV ...
Denmark has been crowned the winner of Eurovision song contest 2013 that were held in the Swedish city of Malmo. Emmelie de Forest, 20, won the title with 281 points thanks to her splendid rendition of the song 'Only Teardrops', while Azerbaijan stood second 234 points, the BBC reported. UK entrant Bonnie Tyler, 61, who is best known for her 1983 hit 'Total Eclipse of the Heart', had high ...
Although the majority of Gore Verbinski's crime-comedy The Mexican does take place south of the border, the title of the movie refers to a mystical handgun that sets the plot in the motion. At three separate points in the movie, three different characters explain the gun's mythology, and each time the myth is a little bit different. Each of the various versions involves a poor gunsmith ... ...
Pop singer Miley Cyrus has become the victim of swatting for the second time. It was reported that a call was received from Cyrus's home here Friday claiming a crime at the premise. The 20-year-old was swatted in August 2012 as well when she was not at home, reports femalefirst.co.uk. Last month even Rihanna fell prey to swatting. Police received a call claiming two armed men were arguing at ...
Former Spice girl Singer Melanie Chisholm aka Mel C says her daughter Scarlet really adores singer Jessie J, who is a judge on the Britain's singing reality show "The Voice". Mel C feels she is the second favourite of her four-year-old daughter. "Saturday night telly with 'The Voice' is an absolute must as Jessie J is her favourite singer. Mummy's only her second favourite now," new! magazine ...
Singer Rita Ora is currently working on a new album, which will talk about her life and the relationships that she dealt with in the past. The 22-year-old had a nasty fallout with ex-boyfriend Rob Kardashian and the latter publicly accused her of cheating on him with 20 other men but retracted it later. "My next album is about me being 22, growing up in this industry really fast and being in a ...
Singer Sharon Osbourne and her husband Ozzy have reportedly given their marriage another chance after going through a rocky patch for a month. It was earlier revealed that the couple, married for 31 years, were living in separate houses. The reason was said to be Ozzy's intake of drugs for over a year without the knowledge of his wife. However, Sharon was recently seen wearing a diamond ring ...
Singer Beyonce Knowles is reportedly expecting her second child with rapper Jay-Z and it is unlikely to affect her forthcoming stage performances. She had earlier pulled out of her Mrs. Carter show world tour in Antwerp, Belgium due to exhaustion, but she performed later when the tour touched down in Switzerland. A source has said that Knowles' pregnancy will most likely not affect her North ...
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The death toll in an avalanche in the Siachen glacier region last year has risen to 128, following the recovery of three more bodies, the Pakistani military said.
The bodies of three soldiers were recovered from Gayari sector of Siachen Saturday, the Associated Press of Pakistan reported.
On April 7, 2012, at least 140 soldiers of the 6 Northern Light Infantry Battalion and a few civilians came under a huge avalanche in Gayari.
An army spokesman said Operation Gayari was suspended in November 2012 due to winter conditions. At least 121 bodies were recovered till then.
Following the melting of snow, search for the remaining 19 missing personnel began April 15. As many as 228 military personnel and 29 heavy engineering equipment pieces like excavators and drilling machines were deployed in the operation.
The recovery efforts would continue till they find the last man, the spokesman said.
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