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Stars Hit The Streets To Protest Against Kathua, Unnao Rapes

Stars Hit The Streets To Protest Against Kathua, Unnao Rapes

Bollywood celebrities, including Rajkummar Rao, Twinkle Khanna and Kalki Koechlin, joined a protest to demand justice for the victims in the Kathua and Unnao rape cases, which have caused nation-wide outrage. The protest, held in Mumbai, saw hundreds of people gathered at Carter Road, holding placards with messages such as 'Don't let this movement fade away'.

Pelicans reach second round

Pelicans reach second round

New Orleans claimed the first-round series 4-0 thanks to Saturday's victory, which was inspired by Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday. Pelicans defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 131-123 as they swept their Western Conference first-round playoff series, while the Philadelphia 76ers moved a step closer to advancing.

Watch video: Pak cricketer's antics at Wagah shows lack of class

Watch video: Pak cricketer's antics at Wagah shows lack of class

We generally don't expect a sense of decorum from Pakistan, but they seem to outdo themselves everyday. This time it was cricketer Hassan Ali with his clown-like antics at the Attari-Wagah border. Ali decided to barge in during the official flag-lowering ceremony, doing his bizarre wicket-taking celebration. The BSF have lodged a formal complaint. Swipe up to watch.
DCW Chief ends fast after appoves

DCW Chief ends fast after appoves

DCW chief Swati Maliwal on Sunday ended her her indefinite fast after the Union Cabinet on Saturday approved an ordinance to award death sentence to rapists of children below 12 years of age.

Earlier on Saturday, the DCW chief said she would not end her fast until something concrete happens to ensure the safety of a girl child.