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Wikileaks publishes complete database of information leaked from Sony Pictures in 2014 hack  Apr 17, 11:13 am
Washington, Apr. 17 (ANI): Wikileaks has published a complete database of all the data that was leaked from Sony Pictures in a cyberattack last year that comprised of 173,132 emails and 30,287 separate documents.
UAE-based newspaper terms Pak Parliament's Yemen resolution 'disappointing, shrouded in mystery'  Apr 13, 4:54 pm
New Delhi, April 13 (ANI): After Pakistan's Parliament decided to refrain from participating in the Saudi-led offensive in Yemen, an editorial published in a UAE-based newspaper termed the stance "disappointing," "shrouded in mystery" and "full of contradictions."
Kuwaiti daily hits out at Pak for refusing to commit ground troops to Saudi-led offensive in Yemen  Apr 13, 3:48 pm
Dubai, April 13 (ANI): An editorial published in a Kuwaiti daily has accused Pakistani leaders of political blackmail and lashed out at the nation for failing to deliver on its pan-Islamic pledges after Pakistani Parliament passed a resolution that forbade the nation from providing military support to the Saudi-led offensive in Yemen.
Playboy releases Madge's unseen nude pics  Apr 11, 10:29 am
Washington, Apr 11 (ANI): Playboy has published Madonna's never-seen-before nude pictures, which were taken back in 1979.
Biography says 'reclusive' Taliban leader Mullah Omar has charisma and a funny bone too  Apr 6, 10:15 am
London, April 6 (ANI): According to a biography published by the Afghan Taliban of Mullah Mohammed Omar, the "reclusive" leader who has waged several wars on foreign forces in the past, is "charismatic," calm, has a "special sense of humour" and never loses either his temper or courage.
2G scam:'I was victimized for breaking the monopolies,' says ex-telecom minister Raja  Apr 1, 8:37 am
New Delhi, Apr.1 (ANI): Former Union Communications and Information Technology Minister Andimuthu Raja has claimed in an interview to be published later this month that he was framed, victimized and jailed for wanting to break existing monopolies in the telecom sector.
JK Rowling describes her 'failures' in new book 'Very Good Lives'  Mar 27, 12:35 pm
London, March 27 (ANI): JK Rowling has published a new book titled 'Very Good Lives' where she's highlighting her failures.
Hacked routers to inject ads and pornography into websites  Mar 26, 4:30 pm
Washington, Mar. 26 (ANI): In a report published by Ara Labs it has been revealed that a new strain of malware is using routers to inject ads and pornography into websites, and once a router is compromised, the malware will load third-party content onto almost any website visited by the user.
Shane Watson launches children's book published by ICC-Room to Read to promote education  Mar 25, 1:29 pm
Dubai, Mar 25 (ANI): Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has launched a children's book to promote reading as part of ICC Cricket World Cup's commitment to supporting education and he has been named the star in the book that has been published by Room to Read.
Us Weekly retracts Kendall Jenner `fabricated` quote about dad Bruce`s sex change  Mar 20, 11:45 am
Wellington, Mar 20 (ANI): Us Weekly, which earlier published a story about Kendall Jenner's remarks on her father Bruce Jenner's reported transition, appears to be backing down after the 19-year-old model denied giving an unusually candid interview.
Americans interrogated Indian PoWs in Pakistani jails in 1971, reveals former IAF officer  Mar 18, 8:16 am
New Delhi, Mar.18 (ANI): In a startling revelation in a recently published book authored by former Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot Wing Commander (Retired) Dhirendra S. Jafa, American military officers interrogated 1971 Indian Air Force prisoners of war (PoWs) in Pakistan in an attempt get information on Indian Air Force navigational techniques which were used with pinpoint accuracy to target Pakistani air fields.
Concerted attempt being made through social media to call me anti-party,anti-Kejriwal: Mayank Gandhi  Mar 7, 2:17 pm
New Delhi, Mar.7 (ANI): In a second blog published after the March 4 meeting of the national executive of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), senior 'dissident volunteer' Mayank Gandhi said Saturday that a concerted attempt is being made through social media to describe him as anti-party and anti-Arvind Kejriwal.
Sri Lanka does not agree with UN report on civil war deaths, but willing to verify: Wickremasinghe  Mar 7, 2:03 pm
Colombo, Mar.7 (ANI-Thanthi TV): Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe of Sri Lanka has said that his government does not agree with civil war death toll figures published in a recent UN report, but added that it is willing to verify and get back to the world body on the issue.
Unpublished 'nude' images of Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne emerge online   Mar 4, 6:59 pm
London, Mar 4 (ANI): The unpublished throwback images of Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne are now doing the rounds of internet after they were shared to Instagram by photographer Mert Alas.
Hitler's Mein Kampf to hit Germany book stores again   Feb 26, 10:25 am
Washington, Feb 26 (ANI): Adolf Hitler's autobiographical manifesto titled Mein Kampf is all set to be republished in Germany, it has been reported.
North Korea's latest 'patriotic propaganda' fuelled by fish, fruit and mushrooms!  Feb 23, 1:44 pm
Melbourne, Feb 23 (ANI): North Korea has reportedly published a list of 310 bizarre patriotic slogans to kickstart celebrations ahead of the 70th anniversary of the founding and the liberation of the Korean peninsula from Japanese rule.
New IS female militia manifesto advises girls to remain sedentary after marrying at 9  Feb 6, 10:27 am
New York, Feb 06 (ANI): A manifesto published by an all-female subgroup of the Islamic State (IS) has reportedly affirmed that girls can get married by the age of nine, should be hitched by age 16 or 17 and should lead "sedentary lives" as mothers.
Ad is about 'Dharna Master' Kejriwal, doesn't target any community: BJP  Feb 2, 12:59 pm
New Delhi, Feb. 2 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday said the advertisement published by the party was about 'Dharna Master' Arvind Kejriwal, and no particular caste or community was targeted.
AAP takes offence to everything but their own acts: BJP  Feb 2, 11:34 am
New Delhi, Feb. 2 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of taking offence to 'everything but their own acts', after the latter demanded a public apology for an advertisement published by the former.
Pak editorial says govt 'quietly acquiesced' into non-policy against extremism  Jan 29, 4:16 pm
Karachi, Jan 29 (ANI): The action plan initiated in the aftermath of the Taliban attack on Peshawar's Army Public School, which left more than 100 children dead, seems to have run out of steam as the Pakistan Muslim League (N) government headed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has quietly sunk back into a state of inaction, an editorial published in a Pakistani daily said.
Shiv Sena seeking 'signal for communal orchestra' to start playing: Congress  Jan 28, 5:40 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 28 (ANI): Congress leader Manish Tewari on Wednesday said the Shiv Sena's demand that the words 'socialist' and 'secular' should be removed from the Preamble of the Constitution goes on to show that the advertisement published by the government on Republic Day was not a coincidence but a signal for the communal orchestra to start playing.
British tabloid The Sun brings topless models back on page 3  Jan 22, 3:49 pm
London, Jan 22 (ANI): The British tabloid The Sun has published a picture of a topless woman on Page Three and mocked the No To Page 3 campaign group that said the long-running feature had been axed.
Turkish govt threatens to block access to Twitter   Jan 20, 2:47 pm
Washington, Jan 20 (ANI): Turkish government has threatened it would block access to the social networking site Twitter if it does not block the newspaper account that published the details of a secret government investigation.
Leaked NSA document shows how GCHQ trailed iPhone users  Jan 18, 2:14 pm
Washington, Jan 18 (ANI): Leaked documents from the U.S.-based National Security Agency (NSA) published in a German weekly have shown that data from the famously malware-resistant iPhone can be accessed even when the device itself has not been compromised.
European court turns down Stalin's grandson's bid to rid dictator of 'bloodthirsty cannibal' tag  Jan 16, 1:57 pm
London, Jan 16 (ANI): The European Court of Human Rights has reportedly turned down a complaint brought in by one of Joseph Stalin's grandsons over an article published in a newspaper that accused the Soviet dictator of being a "bloodthirsty cannibal."
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