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  1. Toyota teams up with Suzuki to crack Indian hybrid market; first new model is compact SUV, people-carrier to follow
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  7. Some actors in Bollywood and Hollywood, for example, Tiger Shroff and Tom Cruise, are adept at performing their stunts. They are trained enough to do it without the need of having a body double. The concept of body doubles has become a norm in Bollywood, as these men and women make the lives of B-town stars easier. Here are movies in which Bollywood actors have needed a body double: 1. Katrina Kaif © Instagram/Katrina_FC Katrina had a few stunts in the song Bang Bang. But, if you look carefully, the scenes were performed by Katrina's body double. Unfortunately, before shooting the song, the actress got cold feet doing the task and hence her replacement was utilised. 2. Nandita Das © YouTube/Masala There were many sensual scenes in the movie Fire. As a result, it became quite a controversial film. However, the intimate scenes in the movie were not performed by Nandita herself, but her body double. 3. Hrithik Roshan © Instagram/Hrithik_FC Hrithik Roshan also had his body double perform stunts for a few scenes in Mohenjo Daro. Even though the film tanked at the box office, the usage of a body double for Hrithik became a surprising part. 4. Salman Khan © Instagram/Salmanfanclub Salman Khan has also used many body doubles in several movies. Parvez Kazi has been a part of a few films as he has an uncanny resemblance with the actor. However, for a scene in Sultan, another body double was used. In a scene where Salman is seen running behind a kite, in reality, it is someone else. 5. Hema Malini © YouTube/Bollygossip There wasn't a single scene where we thought Hema's iconic role as Basanti was played by someone else in Sholay. Although, yes, even Hema had a body double in the film named Reshma, who performed a few scenes. 6. Varun DhawanBefore he ventured into Bollywood, Varun was seen as a body double in My Name Is Khan. Even though SRK was in the lead role, Varun played Jimmy Sheirgill's body double in a scene. Recently, a page on Instagram shared the picture and everyone was stunned. 7. Abhishek Bachchan © Instagram/Abhishek_Fc Even Abhishek needed a stuntman in the movie Raavan. So, for the action scenes, his body double was used, as he had a similar physique to Junior Bachchan's. 8. Shah Rukh Khan © Instagram/SRK Shah Rukh Khan injured himself while shooting for Shakti. Hence, for Farhan Akhtar's Don, it became impossible for him to do dangerous stunt scenes. Hence a body double did the heavy sequences for the film. View the full article
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  11. WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump doubled down on Sunday on a threat to attack Iranian cultural sites despite accusations that any such strike would amount to a war crime. After his top diplomat, Mike Pompeo, had insisted that any military action would conform to international law, Trump said he would regard cultural sites as fair game if Iran resorted to deadly force against US targets. "They're allowed to kill our people, they're allowed to torture and maim our people, they're allowed to use roadside bombs and blow up our people and we're not allowed to touch their cultural site? It doesn't work that way," Trump told reporters. "If they do anything there will be major retaliation." Also read: Iran says to forego 'limit' on nuclear enrichment centrifuges His comments on his return from a break in Florida followed a welter of criticism over a Tweet on Saturday night in which he said sites which were "important to... Iranian culture" were on a list of 52 potential US targets. Tehran's foreign minister had reacted to those initial comments by drawing parallels with the Daesh's destruction of the Middle East's cultural heritage. And as Twitter was flooded with photos of revered Iranian landmarks in ancient cities such as Isfahan under the hashtag #IranianCulturalSites, leading US Democrats said the president would be in breach of international protocols if he made good on his threat. "You are threatening to commit war crimes," Senator Elizabeth Warren, one of the top Democrats hoping to challenge Trump in November's election, wrote on Twitter. "We are not at war with Iran. The American people do not want a war with Iran." "Targeting civilians and cultural sites is what terrorists do. It's a war crime," added fellow Senator Chris Murphy. In a flurry of interviews on the Sunday talkshows, Secretary of State Pompeo said the US would not hesitate to hit back hard against Iran's "kleptocratic regime" if it came under attack, but pledged that any action would be consistent with the rule of law. Also read: How the world is reacting to US killing of top Iran general Both sides have traded threats since a US drone strike in Iraq on Friday killed Qasem Soleimani — one of the most important figures in the Iranian government. "We'll behave lawfully. We'll behave inside the system. We always have and we always will," Pompeo told the ABC network. "The American people should know that every target that we strike will be a lawful target, and it will be a target designed with a singular mission, of protecting and defending America." His comments came after his opposite number in Tehran Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted that "targeting cultural sites is a WAR CRIME". "A reminder to those hallucinating about emulating ISIS war crimes by targeting our cultural heritage: Through MILLENNIA of history, barbarians have come and ravaged our cities, razed our monuments and burnt our libraries," said Foreign Minister Zarif. "Where are they now? We're still here, & standing tall." Threat 'Un-American'Nicholas Burns, who served as US ambassador to NATO under president George W Bush, said the Trump administration would be guilty of hypocrisy given it was part of international efforts to deter Daesh from destroying countless pre-Islamic artefacts, including in the Syrian UNESCO-listed site of Palmyra. "Donald Trump's threat to destroy Iranian cultural sites would be a war crime under UN Security Council resolution 2347 — supported by the Trump Administration itself in 2017 to warn Daesh and Al Qaeda of similar actions. "His threat is immoral and Un-American," said Burns, now a professor at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Others drew comparisons with the Taliban's 2001 destruction of the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan Also read: US 'self-defense' argument for killing Soleimani meets skepticism Pompeo refused to give details on the 52 potential targets which Trump said had been drawn up to represent each and every hostage held in the standoff at the US embassy in Tehran four decades ago. But one former official expressed skepticism that military planners would agree to target cultural sites. "I find it hard to believe the Pentagon would provide Trump targeting options that include Iranian cultural sites," said Colin Kahl who was National Security Adviser to former vice president Joe Biden. "Trump may not care about the laws of war, but DoD (Department of Defense) planners and lawyers do... and targeting cultural sites is war crime."
  12. US President Donald Trump. Photo: ReutersUS President Donald Trump is by far the most followed world leader on Twitter, with the Pope trailing him by some 4.5 million followers, a study showed Tuesday.The number of Trump's followers has "more than...
  13. A plane drops fire-retardant chemicals on the 416 Fire near Durango, California, US, June 9, 2018. La Plata County/Handout via REUTERS A Colorado wildfire nearly doubled in size from Saturday to Sunday and prompted hundreds of more evacuations as...
  14. We all love a good aesthetic visual treat when we watch our favourite Marvel superheroes and villains kick some ass on the screen , right? They take the credit, the money and even enjoy a crazy fan following. However, we don't realise that it is their body doubles who make them look cool on the screen. You see them but you don't recognise them at all. The whole anger of Hulk and the way he throws away people and objects with the same intensity is courtesy his body double, Anthony Molinari. © Instagram Spiderman climbing all those building and weaving webs courtesy Andrew's stunt double, William Spencer. © Instagram Who is who!? It's hard to make out the difference between Thor and Chris' body double, Bobby Holland. © Instagram © Instagram Black Widow's body double, Heidi Moneymaker not only looks gorgeous like Scarlett but also makes her look fabulous on the big screen. © Instagram Captain America saving the planet while his body double, Sam Hargrave saving his grace on the silver screen. © Instagram Tom Hiddlestone's Loki body stun double, Paul Lacovara is low-key responsible for making his one of the favourite Avengers. © Instagram Zoe Saldana's stunt double wears a customised mask for her. © Instagram It's safe to say that these Avenger superheroes glorify the Marvel movies and we even watch them on-screen but it's just that we don't recognise them.
  15. A collection of Bitcoin (virtual currency) tokens are displayed in this picture illustration taken December 8, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Illustration1 NEW YORK: Bitcoin hit a three-week high on Tuesday and has surged nearly 100 percent from its lowest level this year, as its recovery continued after South Korea?s financial regulator eased its stance on cryptocurrencies, weeks after it considered shutting down digital currency exchanges. Analysts cited South Korean news agency Yonhap, which reported Choe Heung-sik, governor of the Financial Supervisory Service, as saying that the government will support cryptocurrency trading if ?normal transactions? are made. Reuters is unable to verify the Yonhap report. ?While the threat of heavy regulation, or even a total ban on exchange trading, has hovered over bitcoin in recent weeks, reports this morning that the South Korean government are softening their stance have given traders confidence to buy,? said Dennis de Jong, managing director, at online brokerage UFX.com in Limassol, Cyprus. South Korea has been pushing for broad regulatory supervision of cryptocurrency trading as locals, including students and housewives, have entered the market despite inherent risks and warnings from policymakers around the world of a bubble. Seoul previously said it was considering shutting down local cryptocurrency exchanges, which threw the market into turmoil and hammered bitcoin prices. Officials later clarified an outright ban is only one of the steps being considered, and a final decision was yet to be made. On the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange, bitcoin hit a three-week high of $11,722.58 on Tuesday. It was last up 3.4 percent at $11,555. From this year's low of $5,920 in early February, bitcoin has surged nearly 100 percent. ?Bitcoin?s price history suggests that months of consolidation are followed by weeks of rapid advancement,? said Canaccord Genuity in its latest research note. ?The safest way to benefit from potential bitcoin price appreciation is to buy and hold for the long term; trying to time it might be too difficult.? Bitcoin has been pressured this year by a slew of regulatory initiatives around the world, including the incidence of hacks on exchanges. The latest hack occurred a few weeks ago when roughly $532.9 million in digital money was stolen from Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck. Other digital currencies, however, showed mixed results, diverging from bitcoin for now. Ethereum, the second-largest by market value, was down 1.3 percent over the past 24 hours at $935.02, while the third-largest, Ripple, fell 1.6 percent to $1.13, according to cryptocurrency price tracker coinmarketcap.com. Litecoin, the fifth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, was one of the biggest gainers with a 9.3 percent rise at $246.03. The currency jumped as much as 10 percent after a ?hard fork? resulted in the creation of a new cryptocurrency called litecoin cash.
  16. Aisam and Marcin Matkowski/File photo Pakistan?s tennis ace Aisam ul Haq Qureshi and his Polish partner Marcin Matkowski will face the famed American duo of Mike and Bob Bryan in the Australian Open men?s doubles quarterfinals on Tuesday. Aisam and Matkowski were given a walkover into the quarterfinals after the pair of Radu Albot and Hyeon Chung retired in the round of 16 on Sunday. The 15th seeded duo of Aisam and Matkowski will take on the Bryan brothers at Rod Laver Arena at 11am Melbourne time (5am Pakistan time). ?1st on tomorrow against the Bryan brothers @AustralianOpen 2018, looking fwd to play on the Rod Laver Arena for the first time,? tweeted Aisam earlier today. Meanwhile, veterans Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth breezed into the doubles quarterfinals after their opponents Pablo Andujar and Albert Ramos-Vinolas retired in the third round. Hewitt, 36, was coerced out of retirement by his friend Groth to play alongside him in what will be his farewell tournament.
  17. Lleyton Hewitt/File photo MELBOURNE: Former world number one Lleyton Hewitt is to come out of retirement temporarily and play doubles with compatriot Sam Groth at next month?s Australian Open, local media reported on Friday. Hewitt, a US Open and Wimbledon singles champion, officially retired from top-level tennis after his home grand slam in 2016, where he also played doubles with Groth. He did, however, play doubles during the Davis Cup and Wimbledon last year. ?It?s going to be a bit of fun. That?s what the Australian Open is about,? Hewitt told News Corp Australia on Friday. ?I?m going to really enjoy it. We?ve been hitting a lot of balls, hitting every day, and we?re not just going out there making up the numbers. ?We want to give it a fair crack.? Sam Groth of Australia celebrates a point with Lleyton Hewitt/File photo Groth, who is retiring after the season-opening grand slam and is hoping for a wildcard for the singles draw, will also play mixed doubles with Sam Stosur. ?Its something Lleyton and I have talked about and it?s perfect for me,? Groth said. ?I was there when Rusty retired in 2016 and its great that he?ll be there with me when I bow out. He?s not just someone I know through tennis, he?s a great mate.?
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