Please don’t bully my family or me: Child actor Lexi Rabe


“Avengers: Endgame” child star Lexi Rabe, who played the on-screen daughter to Robert Downey Jr in the film, has urged people not to bully her family or her, reminding them she is all of 7 years old. In a video message posted on her Instagram page, Lexi, who essayed Morgan Stark in the movie, says:

Pompeo visit to India ‘very important,’ says Jaishankar

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar described the three-day India visit by US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo beginning Tuesday night as “very important”, stating that the tensions between US and Iran was a difficult international issue that India was dealing with. Jaishankar, who filed his nominations for the Rajya Sabha from Gujarat, told reporters at

Dollar drops amid bets on rate cuts, geopolitical tensions

The US dollar declined in late trading on Monday, as investors remain cautious on the greenback amid high bets on potential rate cuts by US Federal Reserve and Washington’s fresh sanctions on Iran. Investors and traders believed that the Fed cutting interest rates would become a certainty in July, as the probabilities of “ease” in

Modi, Xi, Putin to discuss Trump’s trade war at G20

The leaders of China, India and Russia will meet on the sidelines of the G20 summit later this week in Japan to discuss ways to counter US President Donald Trump’s “protectionist” trade policy and bullying practices.Ahead of President Xi Jinping’s visit to Osaka to attend the summit on June 28-29, Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Zhang

Pakistan, Qatar sign MoU to combat terrorism financing

Pakistan and Qatar have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to combat money laundering and terrorism financing, a statement from Pakistani Prime Minister’s office said. According to the statement, the MoU, signed on Saturday, relates to the “establishment on cooperation in the field of exchange of financial intelligence related to money laundering associated predicate offences

Trump calls off imminent military retaliation against Iran

US President Donald Trump has called off an imminent military strike against Iran in retaliation for the downing an American military drone by Tehran.Trump had initially approved attacks on several Iranian targets, such as radar and missile batteries, Xinhua news agency quoted a New York Times report as saying on Thursday citing administration officials. Trump,

Trump threatens to begin deporting undocumented immigrants

US President Donald Trump has said that immigration enforcement authorities would begin deporting millions of undocumented migrants from the country in the coming week.Trump however, did not provide further details on the immigrants who would be affected by the mass removal, reports Efe news. “Next week ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) will begin the process

Hong Kong suspends controversial extradition bill

Hong Kong Lam told a press conference that the project, which could allow China to extradite fugitives from Hong Kong, is temporarily “suspended” to defuse the crisis it has unleashed. The decision comes after a meeting with members of her Executive Council and calls from several supporters of the regulation on Friday for the suspension

Danny Boyle’s ‘Yesterday’ to arrive in India on July 12

“Yesterday”, a film inspired by The Beatles and directed by Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle, will release in India on July 12.Based on Jack Barth’s story, the film’s screenplay has been penned by Richard Curtis.”One of our producers came to me with Jack Barth’s idea, a story about a musician who remembers The Beatles’ music

Visit to Maldives, Sri Lanka will strengthen ties: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday expressed confidence that his visit to Maldives and Sri Lanka would further strengthen India’s cordial ties with the maritime neighbours. In his departure statement, the Prime Minister said he will meet President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih in the Maldives and the top Sri Lankan leadership in Colombo. “I am confident

China says won’t give in to US, will fight till the end

China on Sunday said it won’t give in to the US pressure and was ready to fight till the end in the raging trade war that has the world concerned.Releasing a white paper that elaborated its position on the ongoing trade spat with the US, China said that Washington “groundlessly” and “recklessly” accused Beijing of

Budapest tourist boat sinks, 7 dead, 21 missing

Seven South Korean tourists died and 21 others were missing after a sightseeing boat capsized and sank on the Danube in Budapest, Hungarian and South Korean officials said Thursday. The accident happened near the parliament building in the heart of the Hungarian capital after a collision with a larger river cruise boat during torrential rain

Trump still has ‘confidence’ in N. Korean leader

US President Donald Trump on Sunday reiterated his “confidence” in North Korean leader Kim Jong-un despite Pyongyang launching missile tests earlier this month.”North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me,” Trump tweeted from Japan where he is on an official visit.”I have confidence that Chairman

Pakistan tests fire ballistic missile ‘Shaheen-II’

Pakistan on Thursday announced training launch of Shaheen-II surface-to-surface ballistic missile, capable of carrying both conventional and nuclear war-heads up to 1,500 km. The training launch was aimed at ensuring (the) operational readiness of (the) Army Strategic Forces Command. (The) Shaheen-II missile is capable of carrying both conventional and nuclear war-heads up to a range

Cyclone Fani: Bangladesh death toll reaches nine
Cyclone Fani: Bangladesh death toll reaches nine

The death toll due to cyclone Fani that slammed into Bangladesh after striking the Indian states of Odisha and West Bengal, has increased to nine, authorities said on Sunday. While confirming the toll, state Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Enamur Rahman said that over 60 people were also injured, reports bdnews24.The severe cyclonic storm,

Indian man in UAE wins dirhams 15 million in Abu Dhabi raffle

 An Indian man in the UAE has hit a jackpot by winning a whopping dirham 15 million (USD 4 million) in a raffle draw in Abu Dhabi, the latest addition to the long list of lucky winners from India. Shojith KS, who lives in Sharjah, won on Friday at the Abu Dhabi Duty Free’s Big

Priyanka, Nick share a kiss at Billboard Music Awards
Priyanka, Nick share a kiss at Billboard Music Awards

Actor Priyanka Chopra Jonas shared a kiss with her husband and pop singer Nick Jonas at the Billboard Awards 2019 here.The actress shared an Instagram stories post where she, along with Sophie Turner and Danielle Jonas, is seen enjoying a performance by the Jonas Brothers and also sang along the number “Sucker” with them. Nick

2 suspects wanted in Sri Lanka bombings arrested
2 suspects wanted in Sri Lanka bombings arrested

Two suspects, wanted over the April 21 Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, were arrested on Sunday, police said. The two men were identified as Mohammad Iwuhaim Saadiq Abdul Haq and Mohammad Iwuhaim Shahid Abdul Haq, reports the Daily Mirror. According to the police, the suspects were arrested in Nawalapitiya town, Central Province.They will be

Indian-origin Canadian leader reveals he was sexually abused as child
Indian-origin Canadian leader reveals he was sexually abused as child

 Canada’s Indian-origin opposition leader Jagmeet Singh has revealed that he was sexually abused by his taekwondo teacher when he was 10 years old and said it is one of his regrets in life that he kept quiet about the assault. The 40-year-old Sikh leader of New Democratic Party in his memoir said the abuse took

Sri Lanka death toll climbs to 310
Six Indians killed in Sri Lanka blasts

At least six Indians have been killed in a string of eight powerful blasts, including suicide attacks, which struck three churches and luxury hotels frequented by foreigners in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, officials said on Monday.The blasts targeted St Anthony’s Church in Colombo, St Sebastian’s Church in the western coastal town of Negombo and