Imran Khan, who will be next seen in ‘Katti Batti’ with Kangana Ranaut has been mired into controversies. His latest statement about Rahul Rawail has not gone well with the filmmaker and he bounced back at the actor. During an interview with Mumbai Mirror, Imran Khan said that ‘Is Rahul Rawail st
Yemen rebels accuse government of breaking truce - 22 Sep 09
Rebel Houthi fighters in northern Yemen have accused the government of breaking the latest ceasefire, saying there has been no sign of any let up in violence around the city of Saada. But Yemen's president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, said the rebels, who are mostly from the Shia Zaydi sect, had ignored the ceasefire offer and accused them of killing civilians and using "human shields". This comes after the government claimed it had killed more than 140 fighters who had attacked its regional headquarters. Fighting between the rebels and government forces have flared since the army launched its latest operation in August in Saada and Amran provinces. The government says the rebels want to restore a Shia state that fell in the 1960s and accuse Shia power Iran of maintaining contacts with them. The rebels say they want autonomy and accuse Saleh, who is himself a Shia Zaydi, of despotism and corruption in a drive to stay in power, as well as introducing Sunni fundamentalism via his alliance with Saudi Arabia. Imran Khan reports.
Bollywood actor Imran Khan, who apparently made a ‘disrespectful’ remark about veteran filmmaker Rahul Rawail in a recent interview to a print media, didn’t know his words might backfire.
Bollywood actors and filmmakers are making good use of social media platform like Facebook and Twitter to promote themselves as well as their films, but Imran Khan is one actor who doesn’t have a social media account. The trailer of Imran’s upcoming film ‘Katti Batti’ was released recently
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