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  1. Rishi Kapoor's bond with his son Ranbir Kapoor changed drastically soon after his cancer diagnosis came in
  2. There is a mysterious shroud around the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un. Recently, a few reports surfaced that the âSupreme Leaderâ of the hermit state underwent a major medical procedure and that his life may actually be in danger. There are speculations that the man may have been infected with the novel coronavirus. © Reuters However, given the secrecy with which North Korea usually operates and how often news gets leaked to the world outside North Korea, there are a number of speculations surrounding the accuracy and the source of this latest factoid. © Reuters That got us thinking that how crazy things must be in North Korea, and how crazy the man himself might be, given some of the anecdotes that we have heard of him. Here are 5 verified and confirmed factoids about Kim Jon Un that prove he might be a real-life Bond Villain. 1. He Once Killed His Uncle With Anti-Aircraft Machine Guns © Reuters The guy who was shot to bits and pieces was not just an uncle but a top-ranking military officer of the national army. Kim Jong Un caught him yawning during one of his speeches, and was so angry, that he stopped mid-way and had his uncle arrested and sentenced to death right then and there. There have been numerous reports of Kim executing his family members out of fear, but this took things to a whole new level. Just to give you a comparison of exactly how large an anti-aircraft bullet is, take a look at this picture. © Pinterest/NKDefectors 2. He Has A Vacation Resort Which Is Used Only Once A Year © Reuters We get it that being the head of state means that you have some really cool perks. However, leave it up to Kim Jong Un to take things to the next level. Kim Jong Unâs father, Kim Jong Il, already had a vacation home, but for some reason, Kim Jong Un wanted a different one. So he had one built. But apparently, because he does not like it, he commissioned another one being to be made. However, since the new resort is taking time, he visits his own resort, once a year. And no, that resort is not open to the public, not even his foreign guests and visiting dignitaries 3. He Got A Family Executed For Failing To Save His Official Portrait In A House Fire © Reuters Technically speaking, North Korea is a theocratic state, meaning that every resident of the country has to worship and proclaim the ruling leader as their god. Therefore every household has the official portraits of all the three Kims. A family was unable to save the three portraits in an incident that caused their house to burn down. Kim Jong Un had the family, including children, executed on counts of blasphemy. 4. He Got His Half Brother Killed By Staging A Prank Show © Reuters North Korea made headlines a few years back when Kim Jong Unâs half brother, Kim Jong Nam was assassinated at the Kuala Lumpur Airport. Although the entire saga was a serious and sombre incident, the assassination itself was comical. Apparently, Kim Jong Un ordered the execution and wanted it to be both, painful and look like an accident. So he had his generals trick a couple of people Malaysian men and Vietnamese women that they were playing a TV prank on Jong Nam for a popular Malay television show. The women ultimately sprayed poison on Jong Nam, with a liquid that attacked the nerve and caused multiple system failures, withing minutes. 5. His 'Pleasure Squads' May Be Indulging In Paedophilia © Reuters Right after his father died, Kim Jong Un abolished the practice of having âPleasure Squadsâ or his troop of concubines. However, a few years later, he resumed the practice, stating that back then, when his father had passed away, there was suspicion on these women. Although North Korean officials paint a very rosy and innocent picture of Kim Jong Unâs âPleasure Squad,â North Korean defectors, or people who have fled the brutal regime have reported that often, all the women and the girls in the squad are picked from schools, and then injected with hormones to speed up certain growth processes. These defectors have also claimed that often, these girls are as young as 13-14 years. They are made to sign a pledge and an oath, are paid $2000, which actually is a lot of money for a family in North Korea. Clearly, the manâs got some serious issues... View the full article
  3. 1977âs Agent Vinod had it all. © Sangam Pictures With several James Bond films to draw inspiration from, the Mahendra Sandhu starrer featured femme fatales, daring action sequences and high-stakes thrills - all viewed through the lens of a suave, flamboyant hero willing to gamble his life in the service of his country. Itâs all Bollywood at its most classic - the very name of Mumbaiâs film industry was coined during this period in Indian cinema. And among the thousands that would crowd theatres that summer to watch this flick, there must have been a few, who - whether they knew it or not at the time - had a closer connection to the world of espionage than the average filmgoer. I am, of course, talking about Indian National Army (INA) and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agents - the crème de la crème of Indiaâs intelligence, espionage and counter-espionage efforts. Given Indiaâs long and sometimes tumultuous history with its neighbours, these elite individuals ended up with one hell of a life behind them, and while the nature of espionage itself means that many incredible stories will be forever lost to time, thereâs a handful that make it into the public eye. Hereâs 5 of the most fascinating, thrilling and downright hardcore spy biographies in the history of India. 1. Saraswathi Rajamani © Wikimedia One of the earliest documented spies to work for the Indian cause, Rajamani originally hailed from Rangoon in present-day Myanmar, where her father, a supporter of the Indian freedom movement, owned gold mines, making them one of the richest families in the region. In a 2005 Rediff interview, the INA veteran recounted a visit from none other than Mahatma Gandhi himself, who was shocked to find the then-young girl practicing shooting in the garden. She would go on to disagree with Gandhijiâs principles of ahimsa and join Netaji Subhash Chandra Boseâs INA in 1942, under the Rani of Jhansi womenâs regiment. For almost two years, Rajamani and some of her female colleagues masqueraded as boys and gathered intelligence. While posing as a boy, her cover was called âManiâ. Once, one of her colleagues was caught by the British troops. To rescue her, Rajamani infiltrated the British camp dressed as a dancer. She drugged the British officers who were in-charge and freed her colleague. In a thrilling escape, Rajamani was shot on the leg by a British guard but she still managed to avoid capture - serving the cause until Netaji dissolved the army after World War II. 2. Mohanlal Bhaskar © Wikimedia In a 1983 autobiography titled An Indian Spy in Pakistan, Bhaskar says that he took on a false identity as Mohammad Aslam and had himself circumcised to operate as a Pakistani Muslim on behalf of Indian intelligence in Pakistan - aiming to obtain details on the countryâs nuclear programme. Unfortunately, Bhaskar was betrayed by double-agent Amrik Singh who played on both Pakistani and Indian sides of the field, and between 1967 and 1974, was imprisoned in Pakistani jails. It was here that Bhaskar made friends and enemies alike within the Pakistani jail system. In his book, he mentions both kind and cruel jailers - the latter of whom would torture Bhaskar for valuable information through these years. His account remains one of the earliest and most interesting documentations of Pak security from the era - making key observations about top officials and Pakistani society alike. 3. Ravindra Kaushik © Navbharat Times Born in Rajasthan in 1952, Kaushik began his career far away from the military - his talent as an actor at the national level dramatics meet in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, was witnessed by officials from RAW. Soon, Kaushik was called in and offered the job of an undercover agent in Pakistan. After two years of training in espionage, politics, Urdu, Islam and other useful subjects for an agent embedded in Karachi, Kaushik began his infiltration into the country as a law student at Karachi University at the age of 23, with the cover name âNabi Ahmed Shakirâ. From 1979 to 1983, while in military service, he passed on valuable information to RAW which was of great help to the Indian defence forces. He was given the title of 'Black Tiger' by India's then-Home Minister S. B. Chavan. Unfortunately, in 1983, a low-level RAW operative named Inyat Masih was captured by Pakistan and Kaushikâs identity was compromised. He spent the next 16 years in jail, writing secret letters to his family about the torture he faced as a captive. 4. Ajit Doval © Reuters Currently serving as the National Security Advisor to PM Narendra Modi, Doval has previously been head-honcho at the Intelligence Bureau and was an instrumental figure in the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019 - continuing to pull some of the most important strings in the nation today. Before filling up these big shoes however, Doval excelled on-ground, first as a police officer in Thalassery, Kerala during the late sixties, where he helped quash violence against Muslim communities. This preceded a truly spectacular career as an intelligence operative across the country from the early seventies to the mid 2000s, when he retired as the Director of the Intelligence Bureau. In these years, Doval not only infiltrated the Miso National Front insurgency forces, gaining the trust of the majority of its commanders - he also facilitated the merger of Sikkim into India and even infiltrated the Golden Temple of Amritsar, collecting critical intel before Operation Black Thunder - a set of feats that earned him the media moniker of âIndiaâs James Bondâ. 5. Sehmat Khan © Dharma Productions/Penguin Played by Alia Bhatt in 2018âs Raazi, Sehmat Khan was a mysterious figure in Indian intelligence circles that surfaced in ex-Navy Lieutenant Commander Harinder Sikka's novel Calling Sehmat. Back in 1999, Sikka visited Kargil to research the state of the intelligence department. After expressing his disappointment, he managed to discover Sehmat Khan - the pseudonym for a woman who provided intelligence for the Indian forces during the 1971 Bangladesh conflict. Daughter of a wealthy Kashmiri businessman, Sehmat married a Pakistani Army officer. Though she was meant to be just a facilitator for the Indian Intelligence, Sehmat Khan went a step ahead to gather important security information for India - going deep behind foreign lines as the tutor to Pak leader Yahya Khanâs children. Her efforts culminated in intel that thwarted a Pakistani plot to INS Viraat, a Centaur-class, flagship aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy. She eventually returned to India pregnant with her son, who eventually joined the Indian Army. Know any cool spy tales from Indiaâs espionage elite? Share them in the comments with us! View the full article
  4. Social distancing has become a lifestyle now, and definitely not by choice. It's the need of the hour for survival in a time of a serious pandemic and we have to learn how to work around it somehow. The outbreak of deadly coronavirus across the globe is a matter of serous concern and everything should be done in measure to ensure the safety and protection of people everywhere. The first thing we can and should do for ourselves is to create a healthy distance from everyone else and stay in self-isolation. This is because even if we're not infected, we could be secondary carriers, transmitting the virus to someone healthy. © Thinkstock Although if you show symptoms of the virus or have a fever, cough or flu then just maintaining a bit of a distance till the symptoms go down is a wise thing to do. (3) Reorganise Your SurroundingsReorganising is therapeutic not just on an individual level but on a collective front as well. If you live together, you have obviously set up your space together too and you probably don't have enough time to rearrange a few things you've been meaning to for a while. Well, here's your chance to do exactly that. Find a space that needs organising and put your heads together and figure out the best way to do it. It could also be reorganising cupboards, cabinets or shelves or just moving furniture around. If it's an activity done together, it's fun. © Twitter (5) Get A Bit Pet FriendlyWe're all prepping for isolation in our own ways and probably everyone is stocking up because we're not sure how long we'd need to wait this out. In this situation, if you're already dreading being home alone with just one person, you can break the monotony and adopt a dog who can give you both company. It works best for you and the dog who probably needs shelter during these tough times too. Since you'll be home a while, taking care of a puppy would be easier too. Because most shops and markets closing down, dogs outside will have no access to food either, so adopting one or two can help them survive too! View the full article
  5. Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma on Saturday took to Instagram to share a selfie with husband Virat Kohli
  6. Olga Kurylenko contracted coronavirus and has been locked up at home
  7. Black Widow, Fast and Furious and Top Gun hit cinemas in summer blockbuster season scheduled to kick off on May 1
  8. Robert Wade cracked the sexist joke after Phoebe Waller-Bridge was brought on board to polish the script
  9. The 12th draw for the prize bond Rs 40,000 (Premium), draw result: March 10, 2020 - List of draw
  10. James Bond shielded behind a bullethole-riddled windscreen in the newly released black and white poster
  11. Billie Eilish has dropped her long-awaited title song for the upcoming James Bond adventure No Time To Die
  12. The 32nd lucky draw of Rs25000 prize bond will be held in Faisalabad
  13. Rs7500 prize bond draw will be held at the State Bank of Pakistan, Hyderabad
  14. Producers Barbara Broccoli (L) and Michael G. Wilson pose for photographers on the red carpet at the world premiere of the new James Bond 007 film "Spectre" LONDON: The next James Bond will not be a woman, the movies’ producer said in an interview, as speculation mounts about who could replace Daniel Craig as the legendary 007. Craig, 51, is due to step down after the latest Bond film, “No Time to Die,” which will be released in April. Rumours abound over who could replace him and whether the next Bond will be female but Barbara Broccoli told Variety it would definitely be a man. “He can be of any colour, but he is male,” said Broccoli, a producer of the film alongside Michael G. Wilson. The Bond franchise is one of the movie world’s most lucrative, with 2015’s “Spectre” raking in $880 million at the box office worldwide, while “Skyfall” in 2012 grossed more than $1 billion globally. Broccoli said she believed in creating strong female characters, but added: “I’m not particularly interested in taking a male character and having a woman play it. I think women are far more interesting than that.”
  15. KARACHI: The 81st draw for the prize bond, worth Rs 750, is being held in Karachi today Wednesday, January 15, 2020. The first position holder will get a prize of Rs 1.5 million while three prizes of Rs 500,000 each have been reserved for the second position holders. Similarly, the third prize of Rs 9,300/- will be awarded to each of the 1696 winners. The draw results of Rs 750 prize bond will be published on Geo.TV as soon as the balloting is completed.
  16. PESHAWAR: The draw for Rs200 prize bond is being held in Peshawar today (Monday), December 16, 2019.The draw result will be published on Geo.TV as soon as the balloting is completed.The first prize for Rs200 prize bond is amount Rs750,000 while the second prize of Rs250,000 is each for five winning numbers.Whereas 2,394 lucky winners of Rs200 prize bond will receive Rs1250 each.
  17. The 11th draw of the prize bond worth Rs 40,000 (Premium) is being held today, Tuesday, December 10, 2019 in Quetta, according to National Savings.The draw results will be published on Geo.tv as soon as the balloting is completed.Today's draw is Number 11 for Rs 40,000 prize bond (Premium).The previous draw for Rs40,000 Prize Bond (Premium) was held on 11 September 2019 in Muzaffarabad.The first prize for Rs 40,000 prize bond (Premium) will be whopping Rs 80,000,000 while the second prize of worth Rs. 30,000,000 will go to three lucky winners.Other 660 lucky winners of Rs 40,000 Prize Bond (Premium) will get Rs 500,000 each as third prize.
  18. Punjabi singer B Praak on his bond with Akshay Kumar Punjabi singer B Praak can?t help but thank Akshay Kumar for co-starring in his latest music video, since it garnered a total of 200 million views.B Praak had a candid interview with IANS and...
  19. The draw for the Rs1500 Prize Bond was held in Faislabad today (Friday, November 15, 2019).The bond carries a first prize of a handsome Rs3mn while the second prize is worth Rs1mn. Lucky number 980575 has won the first prize.The second prize has...
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  21. Actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro pose with Director Martin Scorsese. Photo: AFPDirector Martin Scorsese on Friday praised the "magical" relationship between Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in the trio's new gangster epic The Irishman.The legendary...
  22. LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday likened the government?s decision to demand indemnity bonds for allowing former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad to asking for ransom.Addressing a press...
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