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Becks' son Romeo hurled with homophobic abuse on fake gay website Mar 28, 12:32 pm
London, Mar 28 (ANI): David Beckham's son Romeo has been recently abused on fake gay website.
Tim Cook 'disappointed' by new Indiana law that could allow companies to discriminate against gays Mar 28, 10:15 am
London, March 28 (ANI): Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that he is "deeply disappointed" by the new law passed in the US state of Indiana which could allow companies to discriminate against gay and lesbian customers.
Miley Cyrus calls Mike Pence 'a**hole' over bill against homosexuals Mar 27, 10:24 am
Washington, Mar 27 (ANI): Miley Cyrus has slammed Mike Pence, the Indiana Governor, for his religious freedom bill, which would allow businesses and associations to discriminate against homosexuals.
J.K. Rowling pokes fun at fan who 'can't see' Dumbledore as gay Mar 25, 11:56 am
London, March 25 (ANI): J.K. Rowling took to Twitter recently, to answer a fan who couldn't see Dumbledore as gay.
Russia urges UN to block benefits for married gay employees Mar 24, 3:16 pm
London, March 24 (ANI): Russia has reportedly urged the United Nations to stop its General Assembly from extending staff benefits to same-sex couples, diplomats said.
Johannesburg, Mar 23 (ANI): Brushing aside rumours surrounding his retirement from international cricket, West Indies swashbuckling opener Chris Gayle has asserted that he hasn't retired from any format, and is determined to play the T20 World Cup for his country next year.
Martin Guptill scores 237 not out against Windies to post highest individual score in WC Mar 21, 11:21 am
Sydney, Mar 21 (ANI): New Zealand opener Martin Guptill re-wrote the record sheets with a display of what was undoubtedly one of the best power hitting batting, as he hit the highest ever score in a World Cup during their ongoing quarterfinal tie against the West Indies in Wellington on Saturday.
Indian, Japanese students work on skill development project to know culture, tradition Mar 21, 8:56 am
Bodh Gaya (Bihar), Mar. 21 (ANI): A team from Japan, including a teacher and a few students, are working on a skill development programme to inculcate creativity and develop technical skills among students.
Three Maoists sympathisers arrested in Bihar Mar 19, 4:03 pm
Gaya, Mar. 19 (ANI): The Central Police Reserve Force (CRPF) have confirmed the arrest of three Maoists sympathisers in Bihar's Gaya city.
Wellington, Mar 19 (ANI): West Indies cricket team legend Brian Lara has tipped the nation's current crop of players to upset New Zealand in their World Cup quarterfinal tie in Wellington on Saturday because he believes that they have got the team to do so.
Karachi, March 19 (ANI): The United Nations High Commissioner for human rights has gone on record to say that the trial that resulted in the jailing of former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed for 13 years last week was marked by "flagrant irregularities."
Washington, Mar 19 (ANI): Marvin Gaye's family that recently won a lawsuit against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over 'Blurred Lines', are now reportedly planning dig some cash out of rapper T.I's pocket.
London, Mar 18 (ANI): Elton John has been dubbed as 'gay Taliban' by the Italian senator Roberto Formigoni, after he launched a campaign against Dolce and Gabbana.
James Franco says 'I'm gay in my art and straight in my life' Mar 18, 11:01 am
Melbourne, Mar 18 (ANI): James Franco has cleared up all rumours concerning his sexuality once and for all.
Wellington, Mar 17 (ANI): New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has said that his team is all set to tackle the threat of West Indies swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle during their quarterfinal clash on Saturday in Wellington.
Holder says 'key-player' Gayle will push through for WC quarters even if not '100 percent fit' Mar 16, 1:41 pm
Wellington, Mar 16 (ANI): West Indies skipper Jason Holder has said that swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle would try his best to play in the crunch quarterfinal tie against New Zealand, despite not being 100 percent fit due to his long-standing back injury.
Meet the lesbian woman who married man who then became woman Mar 14, 1:24 pm
London, Mar 14 (ANI): Love definitely comes in different ways and the phrase seems to be apt for a French lesbian woman, who got married to a man who then became a woman.
Washington, Mar 14 (ANI): Marvin Gaye's family, who recently won a lawsuit against singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over 'Blurred Lines', has said that the singers disrespected their family.
Jason Holder claims Windies have to 'wait' on other teams' results to qualify for CWC quarters Mar 11, 2:30 pm
Johannesburg, Mar 11 (ANI): West Indies cricket team captain Jason Holder has claimed that they have to sit and wait and see how the other teams fair in their group to find out if his team would qualify for the quarterfinals in the World Cup.
Washington, Mar 11 (ANI): Madonna has opened that women are way more belittled than gay people and African-Americans in the world as their rights are more advanced than women's rights.
Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke to pay $7.3m to Marvin Gaye's heirs for 'Blurred Lines' plagiarism Mar 11, 11:28 am
London, Mar 11 (ANI): A US jury has ruled that the writers of the hit 'Blurred Lines' was merely reminiscent of a song by Marvin Gaye.
Washington, Mar. 10 (ANI): Sam Smith has revealed that he suffered through bullying for being gay while growing up.
Simon Taufel claims can see a day in future when umpires will consider wearing helmets for safety Mar 8, 1:49 pm
Wellington, Mar 08 (ANI): Although the subject of umpire safety has failed to receive a great deal of attention, former leading cricket umpire Simon Taufel has claimed that he can see a day in the future when umpires would consider wearing helmets or other protective gears in order to save themselves from the dangers of being exposed to an increasing number of powerful bats and hard-hitting batsmen.
Here's how a gay man became the brother of his own son Mar 8, 11:32 am
London, Mar 8 (ANI): A UK-based man has become the first single man to have a baby through surrogacy and the first to use his own mother as a surrogate.
Johannesburg, Mar 05 (ANI): Australia cricket team captain Michael Clarke has claimed that it is possible for a batsman to crack the seemingly impossible 300-run barrier in ODI, predicting that someone like David Warner, Chris Gayle or AB de Villiers might do so.
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