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2+2 Dialogue: India to seek international ban on JeM's Masood Azhar

2+2 Dialogue: India to seek international ban on JeM's Masood Azhar

India will be seeking an international ban on Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) chief and Pathankot airbase attack accused Masood Azhar in its 2+2 dialogue with the US on September 6. Seeking of a ban on Azhar will act as an early test for the Imran Khan government's claimed willingness to take two steps for every step India takes for normalisation of ties.
'Cake' is Pakistan's official entry to 91st Oscars

'Cake' is Pakistan's official entry to 91st Oscars

Pakistan has named 'Cake' as its official entry under the 'foreign language film' category for the 91st Oscar Awards. The film, which is directed by Asim Abbasi, is a family drama. Pakistan first submitted 'The Day Shall Dawn' to the Oscars in 1959, but post its 1963 submission, the country's cinema industry went through a rough patch.
Race 3: Remo D’Souza Just BLAMED Salman For Its Failure?

Race 3: Remo D’Souza Just BLAMED Salman For Its Failure?

No film got trolled in 2018 like Race 3. The film became the butt of jokes and now, the film director Remo D'Souza admits that there were some 'glitches' in the script. Remo believes their decision to not show the leading man (Salman Khan) in a grey role, which was the case in the previous films, may have gone against them.

On this day: First ever underground nuclear test carried out

On this day: First ever underground nuclear test carried out

On 19 September 1957, the US detonated a 1.7 kiloton nuclear weapon inside an underground tunnel. The test was carried out at the Nevada Test Site, 65 miles north of Las Vegas. This was the first ever nuclear test to be carried out totally underground. Called Rainier, this was part of 29 nuclear weapons and safety tests called Operation Plumbbob Rainier.
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