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  1. Millie Bobby Brown paid tribute for David Harbour who plays her dad on 'Stranger Things'
  2. David Harbour has also gladly accepted his role as a step-father to two of Lily Allen?s daughters
  3. David Harbour on the real reason he decided to lock his relationship with Lily Allen down during the pandemic
  4. UK's Minister for South Asia says in response to a letter written to PM Johnson?s Office regarding inquiries on Nawaz's extradition
  5. Engro Corp's office at the Harbour Front building, which also houses the busy Dolmen Mall Clifton, has been shut down for 3 days
  6. Children play on 'Before Collapse' by local artist Matthew Tsang Man Fu at the Harbour Arts Sculpture Park, Hong Kong, February 22, 2018. AFP/Anthony Wallace HONG KONG: Hong Kong?s harbourfront is known for glistening skyscrapers and the sight of containerships navigating busy shipping lanes ? but a new art project has added a giant pumpkin, a map of the stars and a pair of disembodied legs to the famous skyline. The Harbour Arts Sculpture Park, which officially opened on Thursday, is a collection of works by 19 local and international artists, including Britain?s Antony Gormley and Tracey Emin, Japan?s Yayoi Kusama, as well as Jenny Holzer and Hank Willis Thomas from the United States. The series of installations aims to increase public access to art in a city known more for its exclusive high-end galleries and lucrative auctions. "I think public art is a unique place to make a statement and I wanted to make a work that people could inhabit and basically become a part of," said Willis Thomas, perched inside a large metal speech bubble. The work "Ernest and Ruth" is one of two of his sculptures in the project, which was organised by the non-profit Hong Kong Arts Centre in collaboration with local partners. On the harbourfront, intrigued visitors had already begun taking pictures of themselves with Kusama?s oversized pumpkin sculpture on Thursday afternoon, while children played among the other works dotted on the grass. Hong Kong artist Kacey Wong, whose angular golden artwork "Asteroids & Comets" is a constellation of three-dimensional star maps, said younger visitors were the quickest to engage with the art. "This morning some children they saw the work and just charged right in and started jumping up and down inside without reading any of the captions," he told AFP approvingly. Hong Kong is increasingly burnishing its artistic credentials and has hosted the annual Art Basel, Asia?s largest art fair, since 2013.
  7. A wallaby on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia. Video screenshot obtained on January 16, 2018. AAP/NSW Police/via REUTERS SYDNEY: A wallaby hopping across the Sydney Harbour Bridge held up early-morning traffic in Australia?s biggest city on Tuesday, before being caught downtown by police officers. Police said they chased the animal, which looks like a small kangaroo, over the bridge before dawn. ?Officers took the startled macropod into police custody near the Conservatorium of Music, with the police mounted unit arriving on scene soon after to take it to the zoo for veterinary assessment,? New South Wales Police said in a statement. Video filmed from a pursuing patrol car showed a wallaby, about a meter high, hopping at a clip across the famous arch-span bridge, and a policeman stifles a laugh as he drives along behind it. Nicknamed ?The Coathanger,? the famous arched bridge opened in 1932 and with 8 traffic lanes, 2 railway lines and a footpath and cycleway is the main harbour crossing linking the city with its northern suburbs. ?I?m from the bush, so I?m used to see them running around all over the place but I?ve never seen one so close to the city before,? said a driver who gave his name as Ray, one of several people who called Sydney radio station 2GB about the marsupial. While wallabies and kangaroos are found in both rural and leafy suburban areas, it?s highly unusual to see them so close to a major city centre. Police said the wallaby probably began its citybound journey at a golf club on the harbor?s north shore before it was spotted heading south across the bridge in lane 8 about 5 a.m. (18:00 Monday GMT). ?Traffic controllers...monitored the wallaby as it hopped across to lane 1 and, without indicating, exited onto Cahill Expressway then to Macquarie Street,? police added in a statement, referring to a street in the city centre. It was taken to Taronga Zoo for a veterinary assessment, police said. The zoo could not immediately be reached for comment.
  8. A whale shark was spotted about 10 nautical miles from Karachi harbour, according to World Wild Fund for Nature-Pakistan. In a Facebook post on Saturday, the organisation shared an image of the whale shark. The post read: "An independent observer spotted a whale shark, 10 nautical miles from Karachi Harbour. Do you know that this incredible species has seen its numbers plummet by 50% over the last 75 years?" Contrary to its name, the whale shark is not a whale. It is a fish. In fact, it is the largest fish in the world. It can grow up to a length of 60 feet. The fish is mostly found in open waters of the tropical oceans.
  9. Indian and Chinese troops participating in a joint exercise. File photo: India Today BEIJING: China's defense ministry on Monday warned India not to harbor any illusions about the Chinese military's ability to defend its territory, amid a festering border dispute. The stand-off on a plateau next to the mountainous Indian state of Sikkim, which borders China, has ratcheted up tension between the neighbors, who share a 3,500-km (2,175-mile) frontier, large parts of which are disputed. "Shaking a mountain is easy but shaking the People's Liberation Army is hard," ministry spokesman Wu Qian told a briefing, adding that its ability to defend China's territory and sovereignty had "constantly strengthened". Early in June, according to the Chinese interpretation of events, Indian guards crossed into China's Donglang region and obstructed work on a road on the plateau. The two sides' troops then confronted each other close to a valley controlled by China that separates India from its close ally, Bhutan, and gives China access to the so-called Chicken's Neck, a thin strip of land connecting India and its remote northeastern regions. India has said it warned China that construction of the road near their common border would have serious security implications. The withdrawal of Indian border guards was a precondition for resolving the situation, Wu reiterated. India and China fought a bitter war in 1962. Photograph: Hulton Archive "India should not leave things to luck and not harbor any unrealistic illusions," Wu said, adding that the military had taken emergency measures in the region and would continue to increase focused deployments and drills. "We strongly urge India to take practical steps to correct its mistake, cease provocations, and meet China halfway in jointly safeguarding the border region's peace and tranquillity," he said. Indian officials say about 300 soldiers from either side are facing each other about 150 meters (yards) apart on the plateau. They have told Reuters that both sides' diplomats have quietly engaged to try to ensure the stand-off does not escalate, and that India's ambassador to Beijing is leading the effort to find a way for both sides to back down from confrontation without losing face. Chinese state media have warned India of a fate worse than the defeat it suffered in their brief border war in 1962. This month, state media said China's military had carried out live fire drills close to the disputed area.
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