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  1. "Thank you for being an amazing guardian angel for Grace," Bindi Irwin wrote to her late dad Steve Irwin on the 16th anniversary of his death
  2. Macron went into election with a stable lead in opinion polls, an advantage he consolidated in frenetic final days of campaigning
  3. Rivals are now set to battle for the presidency in a run-off later this month, projections showed
  4. Javed Akhtar's children - Farhan and Zoya Akhtar wished their father with heartfelt birthday tributes on Instagram
  5. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle shares an emotional note in honor of the late Desmond Tutu
  6. Divya Bhatnagar, who rose to fame from the popular TV show Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai passed away on Monday after losing her battle to Coronavirus. She had tested positive for COVID-19 during the last week of November. Divya was 34. Her friend and co-actor Devoleena Bhattacharjee announced the news of Divya’s untimely demise on Monday morning. Posting a few throwback pictures with the late actress, Devoleena wrote a eulogy on Instagram. Her post read, "Ab koi kisi ka saath nahi hota tha toh bas tu hi hoti thi...Divu tu hi toh meri apni thi jisse main daant sakti thi, ruth sakti thi, dil ki baat keh sakti thi... I know life was too hard on you. The pain was intolerable but I know today you must be in a better place and free from all the sorrows, pain, sadness, lies." View this post on Instagram An emotional Devoleena added in her post, "I will miss you Divu and tu bhi jaanti thi I loved you and cared for you...Badi tu thi par bacchi bhi tu hi thi...God bless your soul. Jahan bhi hai tu abhi bas khush reh. You will be missed and remembered. I love you Divya Bhatnagar. Too soon to be gone my friend... Om shanti." Many the colleagues of the late Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai actor paid emotional tributes to her. Actor Shilpa Shirodkar wrote, “Im so so so heartbroken RIP my dearest divya.” View this post on Instagram Meanwhile, Divya’s friend Yuvraj Raghuvanshi told Spotboye as a confirmation of the tragic development, “Divya passed away at 3am in the night. She had been shifted to Seven Hills Hospital and was suffering from breathing issues since 2 and at 3 doctor declared her death. Its a big shock for me and her family. May her soul rest in peace.” Fans of Divya flooded Twitter with condolence messages and emotional posts as soon as the news broke out on Monday. #SuperExclusive Shocking and SAD NEWS ACTRESS #DivyaBhatnagar passes away post battling with #COVID19!! RIP @GossipsTv pic.twitter.com/styhr03xaP — TV Shows Gossips ️ ️ (@GossipsTv) December 7, 2020 Its a very sad and heartbreaking news... RIP #DivyaBhatnagar.... pic.twitter.com/vyuwi6nCmg — 𝙼𝚒𝚜𝚑𝚝𝚒 ️ (@Khamoshiya_) December 7, 2020 Om Shanti #RIP #DivyaBhatnagar pic.twitter.com/CfVTnzuhPN — тαяυη sнαямα♚ (@TheTarunSharmaa) December 7, 2020 I am not understanding how older people are getting cured from Covid and younger ppl are dying ............ Amitabh 78 yr got cured Divya 34 died How ???? Doctors pl explain this........ #DivyaBhatnagar — Rajesh (@Rajesh90556436) December 7, 2020 Never knew who #DivyaBhatnagar was until today but it feels quite sad when someone so young dies. This makes us realise how deadly coronavirus is! Stay safe everyone!#YehRishtaKyaKhelataHain — Sapna Madan / सपना मदान (@sapnamadan) December 7, 2020Late in November, Divya had shared a screenshot from one of her video calls on Instagram and wrote, “Hi my Instagram family. Pray for my speedy recovery. I love you all.” RIP Divya. View the full article
  7. KARACHI: Authorities claim they intend to pen a letter to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) after the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) allegedly held a corner meeting Friday night here in the city's Nazimabad area despite being...
  8. Jean-Marie Le Pen/ File photoPARIS: Jean-Marie Le Pen, the former leader of France?s far right National Front party, has been hospitalized for exhaustion ahead of a trial in which he stands accused of inciting homophobia, a source to him said on...
  9. Muzaffar Ahmad Khan; Photo: ANI TwitterA nine-year-old kid from Gurez valley in Indian occupied Kashmir has invented a 'counting pen' that keeps a word count while writing."It is a pen with a casing attached to its rear. Once someone starts...
  10. Photo: Herald Nigeria BEIJING: An Air China flight bound for Beijing made an unscheduled landing in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou on Sunday after a passenger threatened a flight attendant with a fountain pen, the country?s civil aviation...
  11. Microsoft announced the launch of the Surface Pro tablet that has been awaited for the Indian market for a while now. According to Microsoft, it is the “most versatile laptop” and has a battery life up to 13.5 hours on a single charge. The tablet comes with accessories like the Surface Pen, Surface Pro Type Cover, Signature Type Cover, and the Surface Arc Mouse. The device is available to buy from February 22 and runs on Windows 10 Pro. © Microsoft “We are delighted to announce the launch of Surface Pro in India and offer our consumers another superior device that will enable them to create, study, work and play virtually anywhere,” said Vineet Durani, Director - Windows and Devices, Microsoft India. “We continue to push boundaries to better serve the needs of our customers who are seeking greater mobility and power in their devices to stay productive. The new Surface Pro delivers the versatility of a laptop and a creative studio in one thin, lightweight device.” Pricing And Specifications © Microsoft The laptop has launched in India for Rs 64,999 (base model) and can go up to Rs 1,82,999 for the top model. It features an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 512 GB SSD and Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640. The tablet can be bought on Flipkart, Amazon, Croma, Reliance Stores, Vijay Sales and other authorised dealers. Here are full details for different models: In terms of other specifications, the Microsoft Surface Pro has a 12.30inch Display and works with Surface Pen (Over 4,000 levels of pressure sensitivity and weighs only 767 grams. It runs on Windows 10 and sports an 8-megapixel camera with autofocus; the tablet also has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.
  12. The ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2018 (CES) in Las Vegas has been seeing almost all the tech giants across the world display their concept models for futuristic technology, ranging from autonomous cars to personalized robots with never-seen-before Artifical Intelligence. The prominent flash storage company SanDisk also showcased the world's smallest USB flash drive 1TB USB-C flash drive (prototype) at CES 2018. © Sandisk The USB-C flash drive by SanDisk is not the first 1 TB flash drive in the market but it definitely is the smallest 1TB flash drive manufactured yet. Details about the price and availability have not been announced. The USB-C port on the flash drive makes it more usable for mobile phones, as it can be used in wide array of gadgets, starting from your Android smartphone to a MacBook. A flash drive with maximum storage was already launched by Kingston in 2016. The 2 TB flash card by Kingston was bigger than the one displayed by SanDisk today at CES 2018. SanDisk's prototype flash drive is much more slimmed down than the Kingston's 2TB flash drive. In addition, SanDisk has moved from the conventional USB 3.0 connectivity and now offers type-C connectivity. At this point, the drive is just a prototype (a working one, though), with no release date in sight. © Sandisk There also one more launch, that is the smallest USB flash drive – the 256GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive has also been unveiled at CES 2018. The company promotes this low-profile USB drive as a flexible device to store more content at their fingertips – approximately, 14,000 photos, 10 hours of full HD video and 16,000 songs, with 64GB still available for files. Via: The Verge
  13. With the whole cast going all out to promote it, everyone has been eagerly waiting for the release of Akshay Kumar's ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha'. But, it has been reported that the movie, which is set to release on 15th August, has already been leaked. It is very unfortunate to hear about how the movie has been circulating on pen drives and CDs, when so much goes into the making of a movie. One of these pen drives even landed in the hands of Remo D'souza as well. © Viacom 18 Motion Pictures In an interview with Spotboye, he revealed how a leaked copy came into his possession through his gym trainer. He said, “My building's gym trainer, Vithal, came up to me and said that he had a pen drive which has the first half of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha. I thought he was joking, but he insisted that I believe him. I immediately told him to bring it to me.” © Twitter He further added, “I opened up the pen drive and almost fell off from my chair. It was not the first half, but the entire second half.” "This implied that if this pen drive had started doing the rounds, it would have created havoc. I am a filmmaker and I know how the world comes crashing down if anybody's film from my fraternity is exposed before it hits theatres.” © Viacom 18 Motion Pictures Even though Remo couldn't contact Akshay since he is currently in London shooting for his next movie, he made sure to inform the film makers so something can be done about it as soon as possible, before a lot of damage could be coming their way. Piracy is, unfortunately, quite a common thing in the industry, with movies like ‘Udta Punjab' leaking just one day before the premier. People need to understand how much actually goes into making a movie, especially a movie like ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' and need to give up these unethical practices.
  14. French far-right leader Marine Le Pen was charged Friday over claims her party illegally claimed millions of euros from the European Parliament to pay for France-based staff. Rodolphe Bosselut said Le Pen had been summoned by investigating magistrates in Paris and that they had, "as expected, charged her", adding that she would appeal. A judicial source told AFP she had been charged with breach of trust over the salaries paid to her chief of staff Catherine Griset and her bodyguard Thierry Legier and for complicity in breach of trust as FN leader. If tried and convicted, Le Pen faces up to three years imprisonment and a fine of up to 375,000 euros ($425,000), although it is unlikely she would receive a custodial sentence. The 48-year-old National Front leader, who made a failed run for president this year, invoked her immunity as a member of the European Parliament in refusing to answer questions from investigators during the campaign. She had however promised to cooperate with the investigation after the May presidential and June parliamentary elections were over. At Friday's meeting with the magistrates, she read out a declaration and declined to answer questions, as allowed by the law, her lawyer told AFP. Investigators suspect the FN used money from Brussels earmarked for parliamentary assistants to pay staff for party work in France. The European Parliament claims it was defrauded of up to five million euros. Griset and another FN assistant have already been charged with covering up breach of trust. Le Pen was first elected to the European Parliament in 2004. Macron allies probed She is one of 17 National Front lawmakers -- along with her father Jean-Marie Le Pen, from whom she is estranged, and her partner, FN vice-president Louis Aliot -- being investigated over salaries paid to around 40 parliamentary assistants. The centrist MoDem party, which is allied to President Emmanuel Macron's Republic on the Move party, has been targeted in a preliminary probe over similar allegations involving assistants' salaries. Le Pen, an anti-EU nationalist, beat the candidates of the traditional right and left to secure a spot in May's presidential run-off against Macron, a pro-EU centrist. But she was soundly beaten by Macron in the second round, by 66.1 to 33.9 percent. Her legal woes took a back seat during the campaign to the scandal ensnaring her conservative rival Francois Fillon, whose wife was paid nearly 700,000 euros for a suspected fake job as a French parliamentary assistant. In legislative elections held directly afterwards she was elected to the National Assembly for the first time, winning a seat in the northern former coalmining region of Pas-de-Calais.
  15. PARIS: French voters went to the polls Sunday to pick a new president, choosing between centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen in a watershed election for the country and Europe. Polling day follows an unprecedented campaign marked by scandal, repeated surprises and a last-minute hacking attack targeting Macron, a 39-year-old who has never held elected office. The run-off vote pits the pro-Europe, pro-business Macron against anti-immigration and anti-EU Le Pen, two radically different visions that underline a split in Western democracies. Le Pen, 48, has portrayed the ballot as a contest between the "globalists" represented by her rival -- those in favour of open trade, immigration and shared sovereignty -- versus the "nationalists" who defend strong borders and national identities She is hoping to spring a shock result that would resonate as widely as Britain´s Brexit decision to withdraw from the European Union or the unexpected victory of US President Donald Trump. "The world is watching," said 32-year-old Marie Piot as she voted in a working-class part of northwest Paris. "After Brexit and Trump, it´s as if we are the last bastion of the Enlightenment," said Piot, who works in marketing. Le Pen cast her ballot in her northern stronghold of Henin-Beaumont, where bare-breasted Femen activists climbed scaffolding on a church and unfurled a banner reading: "Power for Marine, despair for Marianne" -- a popular symbol for France. Macron voted in the northern seaside resort of Le Touquet where he has a holiday home. Outgoing Socialist President Francois Hollande, who decided in December against seeking re-election, went to the polls in his former electoral fief of Tulle, in central France. Hollande, who plucked Macron from virtual obscurity to name him economy minister in 2014, said voting "is always an important, significant act, heavy with heavy consequences." The last opinion polls showed Macron -- winner of the first round vote last month -- with a widening lead of around 62 percent to 38 percent for Le Pen before the hacking revelations surfaced on Friday evening. A campaigning blackout entered into force shortly after. Hundreds of thousands of emails and documents stolen from the Macron campaign were dumped online and then spread by anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, in what the candidate called an attempt at "democratic destabilisation." France´s election authority said publishing the documents could be a criminal offence, a warning heeded by traditional media organisations but flouted by Macron´s opponents and far-right activists online. High stakes Whoever wins Sunday´s vote it is set to cause profound change for France, the world´s sixth-biggest economy, a permanent member of the UN Security Council and a global military power. It is the first time neither of the country´s traditional parties has a candidate in the final round of the presidential election under the modern French republic, founded in 1958. Macron would be France´s youngest-ever president and was a virtual unknown before his two-year stint as economy minister, the launchpad for his sensational presidential bid. He left the Socialist government in August and formed En Marche! (On the Move), a political movement he says is neither of the left nor the right and which has attracted 250,000 members. The ex-investment banker campaigned on pledges to cut state spending, ease labour laws, boost education in deprived areas and extend new protections to the self-employed. He is also fervently pro-European and wants to re-energise the soon-to-be 27-member European Union, following Britain´s referendum vote last June to leave. "France is not a closed country. We are in Europe and in the world," Macron said during an acrimonious final debate between the two candidates on Wednesday. First-round winners National Front leader Le Pen sees herself as part of the same backlash against globalisation that has emerged as a powerful theme in the United States and in recent ballots in Britain, Austria and the Netherlands. She has pledged to organise a referendum on withdrawing France from the EU and wants to scrap the euro, which she has dubbed a "currency of bankers." Le Pen has also vowed to reduce net immigration to 10,000 people a year, crack down on outsourcing by multinationals, lower the retirement age and introduce hardline measures to tackle Islamist extremists. Many voters still see her party as anti-Semitic and racist despite her six-year drive to improve its image. Macron topped the first round of the presidential election on April 23 with 24.01 percent, followed by Le Pen on 21.30 percent, in a crowded field of 11 candidates. The results revealed Macron was favoured among wealthier, better educated citizens in cities, while Le Pen drew support in the countryside as well as poverty-hit areas in the south and rustbelt northeast. Voting began at 0600 GMT in 66,546 polling stations. Most will close at 1700 GMT, but those in big cities will stay open an hour longer. A first estimate of the results will be published around 1800 GMT. French voters in North America and some overseas territories began voting on Saturday.
  16. PARIS: French voters will pick a new president on Sunday, choosing between young centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen in a watershed election for the country and Europe. Polling day follows an unprecedented campaign marked by scandal, repeated surprises and a last-minute hacking attack on Macron, a 39-year-old who has never held elected office. The run-off vote pits the pro-Europe, pro-business Macron against anti-immigration and anti-EU Le Pen, two radically different visions that underline a split in western democracies. Le Pen, 48, has portrayed the ballot as a contest between the "globalists" represented by her rival -- those in favour of open trade, immigration and shared sovereignty -- versus the "nationalists" who defend strong borders and national identities. Voting will begin on the mainland at 0600 GMT in 66,546 polling stations. Most will close at 1700 GMT, except those in big cities which will stay open an hour longer. A first estimate of the results will be published around 1800 GMT. "The political choice the French people are going to make is clear," Le Pen said in her opening remarks during an often vicious debate between the pair on Wednesday night. The last polling showed Macron -- winner of last month´s election first round -- with a widening lead of around 62 percent to 38 percent before the hacking revelations on Friday evening. A campaigning blackout entered into force shortly after. Hundreds of thousands of emails and documents stolen from the Macron campaign were dumped online and then spread by anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, leading the candidate to call it an attempt at "democratic destabilisation." France´s election authority said publishing the documents could be a criminal offence, a warning heeded by traditional media organisations but flouted by Macron´s opponents and far-right activists online. "We knew that there were these risks during the presidential campaign because it happened elsewhere. Nothing will go without a response," French President Francois Hollande told AFP on Saturday. US intelligence agencies believe state-backed Russian operatives were behind a massive hacking attack on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton´s campaign ahead of America´s presidential election last November. There has been no claim of responsibility for the French hack, but the government and Macron´s team previously accused the Kremlin of trying to meddle in the election -- accusations denied in Moscow. Whoever wins Sunday´s vote it is set to cause profound change for France, the world´s sixth-biggest economy, a permanent member of the UN security council and a global military power. It is the first time neither of the country´s traditional parties has a candidate in the final round of the presidential election under the modern French republic, founded in 1958.
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