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  1. Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Photo: AFPMohammed bin Salman became crown prince of Saudi Arabia a year ago. Here is a rundown of developments: Crown prince at 31 In a royal decree issued on June 21, 2017, King Salman ousts his nephew as crown prince...
  2. Royals are supposed to be fashionable, and we honestly are quite used to it, courtesy Bollywood (well, predominantly the Pataudi lineage). But that's mostly just movies, and the fact that they can afford what they wear. However, when Padmanabh Singh, the 19-year-old prince from Jaipur made his international runway debut in Milan, we had to sit up and take notice, because of a number of reasons. Read on! © Instagram Padmanabh Singh, titular king of the Pink City and son of Princess Divya Kumari and Narendra Singh, made his runway debut on the Dolce & Gabbana ramp at the Men's Spring/Summer '19 in Milan. The fact that he is 19 is not the only thing that's special, he has a number of other achievements under his belt. © Instagram Padmanabh is a seasoned Polo player, and he started playing it at the age of thirteen. He has won a number of awards and trophies for it, including the Indian Open Polo Cup, for which he was the youngest ever winner. He was the captain for the Indian team that played Polo in England for the first time in 60 years, and he also played alongside princes William and Harry. © Instagram Having shot with the most famous fashion photographers, and socializing with the likes of Giorgio Armani at such an early age, Padmabh - also known as Pacho amongst his family and friends, sure knows how to strike a balance between being a royal and being a top-notch fashion model. © Instagram Pacho has studied in the Mayo college during his early days, and is now studying at the prestigious New York University. Notably, he has also made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list this year. © Instagram Keep going, your Highness! You're doing great.
  3. LONDON: Thomas Markle, the father of Meghan, said her new husband Prince Harry told him to give US President Donald Trump a chance and that he had an open mind about Britain?s exit from the European Union.?I was complaining I didn?t like...
  4. Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during their meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow. Photo: Reuters MOSCOW: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Russian President Vladimir Putin on...
  5. Prince Philip has rarely celebrated his birthday and, in his working years, often used to turn out for engagements as normal. Photo: AFP LONDON: Britain's royal patriarch Prince Philip, turns 97 on Sunday, his first birthday since retiring after a...
  6. Yesterday, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the class 12 results and since then the internet has been flooded with congratulatory wishes and memes on Meghna Srivastava, the new equivalent of 'Sharma ji's kid', who scored 99.8% and became the CBSE topper. Twitter Honestly, if the recent CBSE and ICSE results have taught me anything, it is – first, thank god we're not of this bunch of exceptionally brilliant kids who are scoring 95% to 99% like it's no big deal; second, there is no dearth of talented and hardworking students in India, who are the biggest source of inspiration one can ever find. This brings us to the class 12 topper in Delhi from the Science stream, Prince Kumar. It was a matter of joy from Prince and pride for his father, who is a bus driver with the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC). In fact, by scoring 97% percent in the exams, Prince has also proved the notion wrong about government schools not having a proper education system in place. Twitter Among all the wishes that poured in for Prince, there was one that came from Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister and the state education minister, Manish Sisodia. In fact, Sisodia even tweeted about his exceptional report card. He wrote, “Very proud moment, just congratulated Prince Kumar, topper of Delhi Govt. school, Science stream in Class 12, Son of a DTC bus driver has got 97% with 100/100 in Maths, 99/100 Eco, 98/100 in Chemistry.” Very proud moment, just congratulated Prince Kumar,topper of Delhi Govt school, Science stream in Class 12, Son of a DTC bus driver has got 97% with 100/100 in Maths, 99/100 Eco, 98/100 in Chemistry #DelhiEducationRevolution pic.twitter.com/IeaxhNpX9m — Manish Sisodia (@msisodia) May 26, 2018 Prince, who is still reeling from this surprising result, reportedly said (while in tears) “I am the son of a DTC bus driver. I never expected this…Now I have media people calling me.” He further added, “The kids at these schools may come from a particular socio-economic background. But our teachers and facilities are almost as good as private schools. All teachers are well qualified, and they help us out.” Prince has already cleared his JEE (Mains) and now dreams of pursuing electronics and communications engineering in future. We congratulate Prince Kumar for his exceptional performance and for making us all proud. Also, now that the results are out, it's time to take revenge from all those relatives, who never called us the whole year except for days when your results were announced, and ask their kids “Kitne number aaye?”
  7. The Saudi Royal family on Wednesday released a photograph of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman in an apparent bid to quash speculation propagated by the Iranian and Russian media that he has been assassinated.Salman had not been seen since April 21....