Richie trailer Nivin Pauly’s gangster avatar will send chills down your spine

Richie trailer

Richie trailer Nivin Pauly’s gangster avatar will send chills down your spine Richie stars Nivin Pauly, Natarajan Subramaniam, Ashok Selvan, Shraddha Srinath, Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli and Prakash Raj among others. The film is set to hit the screens on December 8. Richie trailer : We have seen Nivin Pauly winning hearts with his lover boy avatar in Premam but to look at him in a gangster avatar, we are sure you wouldn’t have even thought of it. His upcoming film Richie presents a completely different shade of Nivin. He is angrier, massy and…

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Premiership Bath 44-20 Gloucester

Premiership

Premiership Bath 44-20 Gloucester A hat-trick from Wales’ Taulupe Faletau helped Bath take the battle for the fourth Premiership play-off spot down to the final day with a bonus-point win that ended Gloucester’s top-six hopes. Faletau and Gloucester’s Jonny May traded tries before Bath took full control of the local derby at the Rec. Aled Brew powered over, Max Clark raced in and Robbie Fruean got Bath’s fourth. Faletau got his second and third tries either side of May’s second, before David Halaifonua’s consolation score. Other than crossing for their…

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Top 20 Crucible moments: #14 – John Higgins’ fourth title in 2011

Top 20 Crucible moments: #14 - John Higgins' fourth title in 2011

Top 20 Crucible moments: #14 – John Higgins’ fourth title in 2011 To mark the 40th anniversary of the World Championship at the Crucible Theatre, we’re counting down the top 20 moments in Sheffield voted for by you snooker fans on our Facebook poll. At number 14 – John Higgins winning his fourth title in 2011… The 2011 World Snooker Championship final was a perfect example of youth versus experience. Three-time champion John Higgins was searching for a fourth Crucible crown but arrived in Sheffield off the back of a…

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Why alien abductions are down dramatically

Why alien abductions are down dramatically

Why alien abductions are down dramatically Alien : DENISE STONER WAS 2½ years old the first time she remembers the alien taking her. She was at home in Hartford with her grandfather. Her mother was at the hospital giving birth to her younger sister. She remembers staring out a large picture window and seeing an egg-shaped object in the sky, hovering over some power lines. “What’s Humpty Dumpty doing up in the sky?” she asked. She remembers the fear in her grandfather’s face when he suggested it was time for…

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Padmavati: Calm down and lay off Bhansali, Rani Padmavati’s character could be fictitious

Padmavati: Calm down and lay off Bhansali, Rani Padmavati's character could be fictitious

Padmavati: Calm down and lay off Bhansali, Rani Padmavati’s character could be fictitious  The recent attack by 40 to 50 unidentified men who tried to vandalise the sets of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati and set it on fire is the second time in many months that the film has faced trouble. The last time the production faced opposition from an irate mob was during the film’s schedule in Jaipur where members of Karni Sena assaulted Bhansali and his crew over alleged distortion of facts in the film. It is said…

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Should The U.S. Double Down In Syria With A No-Fly Zone?

Should The U.S. Double Down In Syria With A No-Fly Zone?

Should The U.S. Double Down In Syria With A No-Fly Zone? Double :Experts say it’s a likely move for the next administration, but it hasn’t been discussed much on the campaign trail. With hardly a mention of the conflict on the presidential campaign trail, the United States may soon face a critical decision in the Syrian war: whether to establish a no-fly zone to defend civilians against Russian and Syrian airstrikes. The idea, long resisted by the Obama administration, has been endorsed by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and by prominent Republicans,…

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It’s a field day as Records rain down

It’s a field day as Records rain down

It’s a field day as Records rain down THENHIPALAM:One national record was bettered and three state records were created on the second day of the 60th State Schools Athletics Meet at C H Muhammed Koya synthetic stadium in Calicut University here on Sunday. Nivya Antony of Kalladi HS Kumaramputhur, Palakkad, overhauled the national mark in junior girls pole vault soaring 3.45m. The previous record was 3.20m set by Divya Mohan of Kerala in 2015. Fresh from the youth category gold that she had won in the recently concluded National Junior…

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Russia Is Accusing Activists in Crimea of Terrorism

Russia Is Accusing Activists in Crimea of Terroris

Russia Is Accusing Activists in Crimea of Terrorism Russia’s federal security service, the FSB, is cracking down on Ukrainian activists in Crimea. Late last week, it announced the arrest of four people in its newest jurisdiction for allegedly planning to blow up various targets, including a Lenin statue. VICE News interviewed one of the suspects, an activist named Gennady Afanasiev, shortly after the March referendum that Russia used to justify its annexation of the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine. We had been in touch with Afanasiev in the regional capital of…

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THE POPE WANTS YOU TO PUT THE PHONE DOWN AND READ THE BIBLE

THE POPE WANTS YOU TO PUT THE PHONE DOWN AND READ THE BIBLE

THE POPE WANTS YOU TO PUT THE PHONE DOWN AND READ THE BIBLE POPE FRANCIS WANTS YOU TO READ THE BIBLE AS OFTEN AS YOU CHECK YOUR CELL PHONE. The maiden Sunday of Lent saw Pope Francis urging the faithful to read the Bible often as they glance at their cell phones. This, he said, is important if one has to fight against sin’s multiple temptations. He reminded the packed audience at St. Peter’s Square that during Lent, which lasts 40 days, Christians are encouraged to follow Jesus’s actions. They…

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PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS GO DOWN FIGHTING THIS WEEK

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS GO DOWN FIGHTING THIS WEEK

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS GO DOWN FIGHTING THIS WEEK While maybe not drastic enough to be considered a reversal of fortune, the last week of play has been a rough one for the Portland Winterhawks. There are less than a dozen games left in the regular season, and it isn’t enough that the team is losing but rather that the wrong rivals are winning at the same rate. If this decline continues, the rebuilding year might come to a premature end. Last week saw the return of team captain Keegan Iverson to…

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