Why Kangana Ranaut’s Statements are Paradoxical, Michelle Obama’s Surprise Appearance at Grammys

Kangana Ranaut may have benefited a bit from her vitriol against Bollywood celebrities if she’d have given her words some thought. Judging by her previous stand against nepotism in the Hindi film industry, not so long ago, apparently, Kangana is now asking support from the same people she had put down earlier. Meanwhile, Avengers: Endgame continues undeterred in its journey at gaining maximum traction in the film business. A latest fan theory suggests that Shuri will help Iron Man in returning back to Earth. Is it too early to celebrate?…

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Grammy Awards 2019: Crowd Erupts in Cheers As Michelle Obama Makes a Surprise Appearance

Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance during the opening address at the 61st Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday and was met with a standing ovation from the star-studded crowd. Reuters Updated:February 11, 2019, 9:56 AM IST Image courtesy: Reuters Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance during the opening address at the 61st Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday and was met with a standing ovation from the star-studded crowd. Grammy host Alicia Keys kicked off the show by inviting…

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Found Barack ‘Weirdly Elegant’ on First Meeting, Never Thought Would Date Him, Says Michelle Obama

New Delhi: Michelle Obama found future-husband Barack refreshing, unconventional and weirdly elegant when she saw him for the first time but not once did she think about him as someone she would want to date. Barack Obama also turned up late when he went to meet Michelle for working as her associate at a Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin in 1989. “Despite my resistance to the hype that had preceded him, I found myself admiring Barack for both his self-assuredness and his earnest demeanour. He was refreshing, unconventional, and…

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New UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet Has Herself Survived Torture

Santiago: Former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet was 23 years old when she was tortured and fled her country’s dictatorship into exile. Now, more than four decades later, she will face her past fighting such abuses worldwide as the new U.N. human rights chief. Bachelet, 66, is often seen smiling, chatting easily or tossing unplanned comments or jokes into her speeches. But behind her good humor lie haunting memories of the brutal dictatorship that tore her family apart. Her father, air force Gen. Alberto Bachelet, died in 1974 following months of…

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