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  1. 'Game of Thrones' famed Emilia Clarke steps into Marvel Cinematic Universe with 'Secret Invasion'
  2. A body language expert breaks down how Prince Harry and Prince William's relationship went south
  3. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are settled in the United States after parting their ways from the British royal family
  4. Wasim Jaffer might have quietly walked into the shadows after calling time on his cricket career in March last year, but there is no shortage of fan-following or popularity for the Vidarbha legend. His exploits in domestic cricket and a brief stint on the international circuit might have gone unnoticed, but Jaffer, in recent months, has captured the imagination of fans like no other. Dear @ajinkyarahane88, here's a (hidden) message for you. Good luck for Boxing Day! People In Cricket Know Grief In Life Lingers Aplenty Never Dabble Rise And Handcraft Unique Legacy PS: you guys are open to have a go and decode the msg too ??#INDvsAUS #AUSvIND — Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) December 21, 2020 The former Indian opener has carved his own niche on social media on the back of his know-how of the game and honest opinions which continue to strike a chord with fans. After India's dismal show at the Adelaide Oval, Jaffer had grabbed everyone's attention with a cryptic message he shared on social media for stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane. Today I had nice filter coffee by the lake. Amazing how fish can breathe underwater. Then I walked past a potrait of Che Guevara before bumping into an old pal from Dombivali who now has a restaurant in Borivali. Btw good luck for SCG test @ajinkyarahane88 #Decode ?? #AUSvIND — Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) January 4, 2021 Continuing his tradition, Jaffer has once again come up with another secret message for Rahane in his latest post on Twitter. "Today I had nice filter coffee by the lake. Amazing how fish can breathe underwater. Then I walked past a portrait of Che Guevara before bumping into an old pal from Dombivali who now has a restaurant in Borivali. Btw good luck for SCG test @ajinkyarahane88," he tweeted. Just like last time, Jaffer's tweet probably hinted towards India's batting line-up for the 3rd Test. Going by his words, filter coffee could mean KL Rahul (owing to his fiasco on Indian chat show), 'fish breathe' was a reference to Shubman Gill, 'Che' was Cheteshwar Pujara, 'Old Pal' from Dombivali was a hint for Rohit Sharma and 'Borivali' points out Rahane. While Jaffer seems to have made his prediction, India will be eager to carry on the winning momentum, following their brilliant comeback win in Melbourne, when they take the field at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) against Australia in the 3rd Test, slated to begin from 7th January. View the full article
  5. Police in Chicago said on Thursday they have arrested 50 people suspected of using ?secret groups? on Facebook to deal in guns and drugs, and have teamed up with the world?s largest social media network to crack down on criminal trafficking online. Announcing the arrests at a news conference, Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson initially criticized Facebook as being unhelpful during a 10-month investigation by his department. ?Quite frankly, they haven?t been very friendly to law enforcement to prevent these things,? he told reporters. However, police later said the department and the California-based company agreed to work collaboratively ?to target any illegal activity on the platform.? Police did not detail charges facing the 50 men and women arrested through Thursday, but said there were ?dozens and dozens? of private Facebook groups being used for illegal drug and weapons transactions. Arrest warrants for 18 more suspects have been signed, and most have prior criminal histories, police said. Among the illicit sites monitored by police was one offering a ?Thanksgiving special? on cocaine baggies discounted to $40 from a normal street price of $60. In an emailed statement on Thursday, Facebook Inc, which boasts 2 billion users worldwide, said it had only just been alerted to the arrests in Chicago. ?We do not allow the sale of guns or drugs on our platform. We routinely work with law enforcement and outline how officials may submit a request on our site,? Facebook added. Among those arrested was an elementary school teacher taken into custody at his Chicago school in possession of scales often used for weighing drugs, according to Anthony Riccio, chief of the police department?s organized crime unit. Since a confidential informant alerted investigators about alleged criminal trade on Facebook in February, police detectives working undercover arranged for the purchase of 17 different types of drugs and 18 different illegal firearms, Riccio said. Riccio said investigators created covert identities on Facebook and were invited into private groups, which are closed unless the user-administrator allows someone to join. Police then monitored messages and contacted those in the group via Facebook to make buys. Chicago has been singled out by President Donald Trump as one of the most violent U.S. cities. In 2016, the number of murders there exceeded 760.
  6. Aamir Khan?s film ?Secret Superstar? and Ajay Devgn?s ?Golmaal Again? fared quite well at the box office. The star-studded 'Golmaal Again' earned INR 30.14 crore on its first day of screening, meanwhile 'Secret Superstar' collected INR 14.10 on the second day of run, Indian media reports estimated. Golmaal Again opened to mixed reviews but due to its stellar cast brought fans to the screens. The fourth film of the Golmaal franchise stars Ajay Devgn, Parineeti Chopra, Tabu, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Khemu, Prakash Raj and Neil Nitin Mukesh. For Aamir Khan-led Secret Superstar, film critic and analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted: Aamir Khan plays Shakti Kumaarr, a music director with a largely flawed personality. ?He flirts with girls,? Khan had said. ?Shakti Kumaarr has all the bad qualities you can imagine in a man.?
  7. Movie poster All over the world, parents are trying to wean their kids away from the internet. They are reducing screen time, blocking Facebook and restricting access. But in Advait Chandan?s ?Secret Superstar?, the problem is the solution. The internet offers heroine Insiya an escape route from a stifling life. The shadow of an abusive father and the domestic violence she sees every day loom over her. What keeps her going is her love for music ? and her mother Najma. For all her submissive behaviour in front of her husband, Najma is a feisty woman ? she fights for her daughter to have the freedom she herself never had. She lets Insiya go out with boys, pursue her music, and buys her a laptop with an internet connection. Insiya might live in Vadodara, not one of India?s biggest cities, but the internet is a great leveller. She records a few videos on YouTube wearing a burqa ? fearing her father will find out ? and in the magical ways of Bollywood, turns into an internet sensation overnight. She has millions of page views, fan pages waiting for her posts, but at home, none of that matters because her father can wreak havoc at any time. Aamir Khan during a scene in the film To his credit, director Chandan doesn?t shy away from depicting domestic violence. There are scenes that are difficult to watch and the reality of domestic abuse and its effects on children are portrayed with more sensitivity and realism than usual for a Bollywood film. The bond between Najma and Insiya is also one of the film?s highlights, as is the track between Insiya and Chintan (Tirth Sharma), her classmate who harbours a very obvious crush on her. The problem with ?Secret Superstar? is that it starts out with a good idea, but the film unravels because it wants to say too many things at once. Chandan seems determined that audiences should cry at every turn. Insiya and her journey to stardom are full of contrivances. Chandan isn?t bothered about authenticity or logic ? he just wants to make sure those tears are flowing. Aamir Khan appears as Shakti Kumarr, the rather obnoxious and self-obsessed music director who turns into an unlikely saviour for Insiya, but this film is not about him. It is about Insiya, and Zaira Wasim puts in an inspired performance that rides over the several bumps in the script. She shares a wonderful chemistry with Meher Vij, who plays Najma, and the two of them are the life of ?Secret Superstar?. If only the film had shown as much restraint as they do, it might have been more deserving of ?superstar? status.
  8. ANKARA: Turkish authorities arrested more than 1,000 people on Wednesday they said had secretly infiltrated police forces across the country on behalf of a US-based cleric blamed by the government for a failed coup attempt last July. The nationwide sweep was one of the largest operations in months against suspected supporters of the cleric, Fethullah Gulen, a former ally of President Tayyip Erdogan who is now accused by the government of trying to topple him by force. Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said the overnight crackdown targeted a Gulen network "that infiltrated our police force, called 'secret imams'". "One thousand and nine secret imams have been detained so far in 72 provinces, and the operation is ongoing," he told reporters in Ankara. In the aftermath of the failed July coup, authorities arrested 40,000 people and sacked or suspended 120,000 from a wide range of professions including soldiers, police, teachers, and public servants, over alleged links with terrorist groups. The latest detentions came 10 days after voters narrowly backed plans to expand Erdogan's already wide powers in a referendum which opposition parties and European election observers said was marred by irregularities. The referendum bitterly divided Turkey. Erdogan's critics fear further drift into authoritarianism, with a leader they see as bent on eroding modern Turkey's democracy and secular foundations. Erdogan argues that strengthening the presidency will avert instability associated with coalition governments, at a time when Turkey faces multiple challenges, including security threats from extremists and Kurdish militants. "In Turkey, there was an attempted coup with a goal of toppling the government and destroying the state," he told Reuters in an interview late on Tuesday. "We are trying to cleanse members of FETO inside the armed forces, inside the judiciary and inside the police," he said, using an acronym for the label, Gulenist Terrorist Organisation, which the government has given to Gulen's supporters. The president compared the struggle against Gulen with the state's battle against Daesh and Kurdish PKK militants, who are designated terrorist organisations by Turkey, the European Union, and the United States. "We are going to keep up the fight in terms of democracy, fundamental rights and liberties, but at the same time we are going to keep up the fight against PKK, FETO, and other terrorist organisations such as Daesh," he said. "We will continue down this path in a very committed fashion." Mass detentions immediately after the attempted coup were supported by many Turks, who agreed with Erdogan when he blamed Gulen for orchestrating the putsch that killed 240 people, mostly civilians. But criticism mounted as the arrests widened. Many relatives of those detained or sacked since July say they have nothing to do with the armed attempt to overthrow the government, and are victims of a purge designed to solidify Erdogan's control.
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