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Berlin, May 10 (DPA) German air traffic control authorities reopened airspace over the south of the country Sunday, after earlier shutting down the major airports at Munich and Stuttgart as new volcanic ash from Iceland arrived.
Officials said delays would likely continue Monday as airlines rescheduled hundreds of cancelled flights.
Both airports had been shut down until […] Continue reading German airports reopen after ash cloud closure

Washington, May 10 (DPA) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Sunday approved a three-year, 30-billion-euro ($38-billion) loan to Greece, the IMF said at its headquarters in Washington.
The loan is part of a 110-billion-euro, European Union-IMF aid package to help Greece out of its financial woes.
The IMF will make 5.5 billion euros immediately available to Athens, with […] Continue reading IMF approves 30-billion-euro loan to Greece

Director Prakash Jha is a worried man these days as his film, ‘Rajneeti’, has to be screened at the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards, starting June 3 in Colombo and he is yet to record a patriotic song.
Gulzar has written this song which is titled ‘Dhan Dhan Dharti’ and the lyrics are being composed […] Continue reading ‘Rajneeti’ to have a seven-city global premiere along with IIFA screening

In April, all the fans of Twilight were called by the Oprah Winfrey to contribute their stories of how their life has changed after the hit of the supernatural series. In all this, Maria Mele mailed the show host but did not get the likely response and tickets to be a part of the taping […] Continue reading Robert Pattinson Astonishes Twi-Hard Family

Last year, at the American Music Awards, the racy performance of the Adam Lambert was booted from the scheduled Good Morning America appearance for which many questions were raised that if he had been a woman then would he had faced the censorship the way he witnessed now.
Now, recently at the American Idol performance […] Continue reading Lady GaGa and Adam Lambert: Censorship?