Touch Chesi Choodu first look: Ravi Teja is back with a mass film, see pic

Touch Chesi Choodu first look: Ravi Teja is back with a mass film, see pic

Touch Chesi Choodu first look: Ravi Teja is back with a mass film, see pic When Tollywood audience thinks about power-packed rhetoric and punches, they picture none other than Ravi Teja. The star who redefined comedy and action genres in Telugu industry is back with another mass film, Touch Chesi Chodu. The filmmakers released the first look poster and the title of the movie on the actor’s birthday and the ‘Mass Maharaj’ looks ravishing in his usual rugged casuals. The actor turns 49 today. Entertainment Wrap 1: Salman Khan To Host…

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Cannes 2017 Sonam Kapoor picks up a saree, makes first appearance well before anyone expected. See photos, videos

Cannes 2017: Sonam Kapoor picks up a saree, makes first appearance well before anyone expected. See photos, videos

Cannes 2017 Sonam Kapoor picks up a saree, makes first appearance well before anyone expected. See photos, videos Sonam Kapoor and Rhea Kapoor are in Cannes and they get ready for a surprise media interaction. Sonam Kapoor just landed in Cannes for the international film festival with her sister Rhea Kapoor, and her first look was revealed much before anyone expected. The actor was all ready to chill with her sister, have a good time and take things as they come. However, surprisingly, she had too squeeze in media interactions a…

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First Viking Temple in 1,000 Years Coming to Iceland

First Viking Temple in 1,000 Years Coming to Iceland

First Viking Temple in 1,000 Years Coming to Iceland A neo-pagan revival of the religion practiced by the Vikings has become one of Iceland’s fastest-growing faiths. Now, plans are under way to build the country’s first shrine to the ancient Norse gods since Iceland converted to Christianity more than a millennium ago. When the Vikings first settled in Iceland in the 9th century, they brought with them a deep devotion to a pantheon on Norse gods. Wooden carvings of deities such as Odin, Thor, Freyr and Frigg adorned their temples,…

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Brazil first to qualify for World Cup, Argentina tumble

Brazil first to qualify for World Cup, Argentina tumble

Brazil first to qualify for World Cup, Argentina tumble SAO PAULO: A resurgent Brazil squad under new management became the first team to qualify for the World Cup on Tuesday, the same day arch-rivals Argentina’s Russia 2018 campaign stumbled after the shock suspension of Lionel Messi. Five-time champions Brazil had been left waiting in suspense after goals from Neymar, Philippe Coutinho and Marcelo handed them a 3-0 win over the Paraguayans at Sao Paulo’s Arena Corinthians. But Uruguay’s upset 2-1 defeat to Peru in Lima in the day’s final South…

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Government Tries to Redefine First Amendment in Major Federal Prayer Case

Government Tries to Redefine First Amendment in Major Federal Prayer Case

Government Tries to Redefine First Amendment in Major Federal Prayer Case Attorneys with First Liberty Argue in Court for Woman Ordered Not to Pray in Her Home Government : Oral arguments took place March 21 in the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit on behalf of First Liberty client Mary Anne Sause of Louisburg, Kansas. Ms. Sause was ordered by police to stop praying in her own home. Her lawsuit was rejected by a federal district court that said that the police’s order “may have offended her,…

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What next for McLaren-Honda?

What next for McLaren-Honda?

What next for McLaren-Honda? Fernando Alonso: “We are McLaren-Honda. If we are not in the top five, on the podium, the rest is losing time.” Not for the first time time, McLaren-Honda had reason to be grateful to Fernando Alonso at the Australian Grand Prix. Until a late-race car problem forced him to retire, the Spaniard was on course to secure an unlikely point for a team that, even some insiders will admit privately, is in crisis at the start of the 2017 Formula 1 season. Pre-season testing had gone…

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Afghanistan Is All Ready To Be Donald Trump’s First Foreign Policy Disaster

Afghanistan Is All Ready To Be Donald Trump’s First Foreign Policy Disaster

Afghanistan Is All Ready To Be Donald Trump’s First Foreign Policy Disaster Fifteen years after the United States first scattered the Taliban with high-altitude bombing, the battlefield gains achieved by tens of thousands of U.S. troops are in jeopardy from a resurgent Taliban.  The United States has spent $115 billion on this longest war in its history. The conflict has taken the lives of 1,865 Americans and wounded 20,224 (as of Nov. 16), many with life-shattering injuries. Yet the main goals set forth by Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama haven’t been…

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Alien Day Reveals New Xenomorph and First Official Image from Alien: Covenant

Alien Day Reveals New Xenomorph and First Official Image from Alien: Covenant

Alien Day Reveals New Xenomorph and First Official Image from Alien: Covenant  Alien Day gave us lots of fun tidbits about Neill Blomkamp’s in-limbo Alien 5 movie, particularly concept art of a grown-up Newt, but today 20th Century Fox is trying to top that with our first official look at Alien: Covenant. The picture isn’t incredibly revealing, except to remind us that Covenant is the name of the ship that travels to the Engineers’ planet in addition to a religious metaphor. The insignia for the crew includes what looks like the angels…

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Are UFO investigators probing the world’s first real alien corpse?

Are UFO investigators probing the world's first real alien corpse?

Are UFO investigators probing the world’s first real alien corpse? Investigators : UFO researchers are claiming a mummified “being” they are studying came from outer space, but was buried in a Mayan tomb for hundreds of years. GETTY UFO chasers claim mummified children like this one found in ancient tombs are actually aliens Alien investigators tried to garner support for their theory that the mummy, reportedly removed from a Mayan tomb in Mexico, is an extra terrestrial and not a child mummy, as sceptics claim.the 50-inch-long mummy was shown during…

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Robot reporter in China gets its first news article published

Robot reporter in China gets its first news article published

Robot reporter in China gets its first news article published A robot journalist made its debut in a Chinese daily today with a 300 characters-long article written in just a second, scientists say. A robot journalist made its debut in a Chinese daily today with a 300 characters-long article written in just a second, scientists say. The article, published in the Guangzhou-based Southern Metropolis Daily, focused on the Spring Festival travel rush. Its author, Xiao Nan, took only a second to finish writing the piece and is able to write both…

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