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Replace Mahira, Fawad in ‘Raees’, ‘Ae Dil…’, demands MNS

Mumbai: The MNS on Wednesday demanded the replacement of Pakistani actors Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan from their respective Bollywood projects “Raees” and “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”. At a press conference here, Amey Khopkar, President of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s film wing, said: “The day Pakistan will stop attacking our country, we will extend the hand

Iraq asks Saudi Arabia to replace its ambassador

Baghdad, Aug 29 (IANS) Iraq has asked Saudi Arabia to replace its ambassador in Baghdad, stressing that his presence would hamper the development of bilateral ties, authorities said.Ahmed Jamal, spokesman of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, told the state-run Iraqiya channel that Iraqi senior officials sent a request to Riyadh on Sunday to take appropriate measure

Replace sugary drink with water to cut obesity

New York: Replacing one little calorie-laden sugary soda with water may significantly help reduce body weight as well as improve overall health, says a study. The findings showed that consuming additional calories from sugary beverages like soda, energy drinks, and sweetened coffee can increase risk of weight gain and obesity, as well as Type 2 diabetes

Spinner Holland to replace injured O’Keefe for Lanka Test series

Kandy: Australia’s left-arm spinner Jon Holland will replace injured Steve O’Keefe, who picked up an injury during the first Test against Sri Lanka in Pallakele and will miss the rest of the series, Cricket Australia said. Team physiotherapist David Beakley said, “Steve injured his right hamstring while chasing a ball in the field during the

IOA says Narsingh can replace Rana after green signal by NADA

New Delhi: The Indian Olympics Association(IOA) today said that it will not object to wrestler Narsingh Yadav replacing Praveen Rana in the Rio Olympics if he is cleared by NADA in an ongoing dope scandal. Rana has been nominated by Wrestling Federation of India for the 74kg freestyle quota place after Narsingh tested positive for


Why swanky shopping malls cannot replace Delhi’s weekly bazaars

New Delhi: As the sun goes down every Wednesday, thousands of frenzied shoppers — men, women and children — queue up to shop at this brightly lit, but chaotic weekly bazaar on the crowded two-kilometre-long stretch of the Outer Ring Road in north Delhi. The Deepali Chowk bazaar in Pitampura is one of Delhi’s nearly