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Shah Rukh Khan wants to come back home!
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is currently shooting in London for his upcoming film is apparently all set to come back home by the end of this month. A source says that SRK is missing ghar ka khana the most but that is not the only reason he is excited to be back.
“Shah Rukh was in London for quite some time because of the extensive shooting schedule, which is due to wrap up by this month end. But he also wants to come back so that he is on time to prep up his cricket team for the upcoming matches. SRK likes to be involved with his team members so he wants to be there for them and not miss out on it for anything,” informs the source. Well, no matter what the reason is, it’s always nice to see the dimpled star on home turf.
We compare the specs – and other features – of the Microsoft Surface Pro and MacBook Air Image Gallery (12 images)
In selling the Surface Pro, Microsoft’s marketing team has a big challenge. The new tablet is essentially an Ultrabook in a tablet’s body. But most customers are going to look at it and think “iPad competitor.” We already compared Surface Pro to the iPad, but perhaps a more appropriate comparison is to the MacBook Air. Let’s see how their specs – and other features – compare. This comparison covers the 11-inch MacBook Air with entry-level specs. Apple offers upgrades with superior components, but we’re leaving those alone here.
Compared to standard laptops, the MacBook Air looks small and svelte. Next to a tablet, though, it’s rather large. It’s bigger than Surface Pro in every dimension.
Note that the Air’s side is tapered. Our measurement covers its thickest point.
The MacBook Air is also 173 g (6.1 oz) heavier than Surface Pro. If you add Surface’s (optional…
sex tape of Kejriwal government’s women and child development minister
begins with this room. The state of the room doesn’t suggest it is a
minister’s room. The room has a cupboard (actually they are shelves) and
the cupboard has books. One part of the cupboard (shelf) is broken.
There’s a calendar hanging on the wall. The calendar needs to be pointed
out (with a big, red bobbing arrow) because the calendar could prove to
be a big clue in this sex scandal (meanwhile, the calendar is hidden by
the ABP news logo). There’s an ordinary mattress with a sheet on it.
Delhi’s cabinet minister Sandeep Kumar is about to enter the room with a
minister. Minister Sandeep Kumar is wearing a red-coloured half-pant (a
shirtless man enters the frame). And the woman is wearing a green
dress. The woman is old and perhaps married. Look at this, minister
Sandeep Kumar has entered. (Freeze frame, close up shot of Sandeep
Kumar’s shirtless torso.)”
Transcript (Courtesy: Shivam Vij)
In a recent
attack on an army camp in Uri, Kashmir, India by 4 terrorists, 18 army
soldiers have lost their lives. Many are injured. In January this year,
we had lost 7 army personnels and 1 civilian in another terror attack
which is better known today as Pathankot Attack.
Before that there were other attacks and other deaths. How easy to sum
things up right? State there is attack, numbers of people died, give
attack a name, you’re done. And yes, add RIP or ‘my thoughts go out to’
or better ‘bomb Pakistan’, etc. If you are from government, then you’re
in for luck. You express yourself in certain templates, if you are Prime
Minister you tweet this.
We strongly condemn the cowardly terror attack in Uri. I assure the nation that those behind this despicable attack will not go unpunished.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 18, 2016
strongly condemn because last time we only ‘condemned’. Plain simple
condemn without stressing it ‘strong’. Make no mistake oh neighbor