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Watch the first show video of ‘Comedy Nights Bachao’

There is a new comedy show is coming on colors channel named ‘Comedy Nights Bachao’ which will be hosted by Krushana Abhishek. In this show, celebrity leg pulling will be seen and the title also be as ‘Insult Comedy,’ as the name of the show is ‘Bachao.’ 6 more words

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Watch Baalveer episode no. 793

Rani Pari is under control of Mahavinashini, but all fairies are trying to save the life of Queen Fairy. The effort of all fairies is useless as magic of Mahavinashini is more powerful than theirs. 18 more words

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Watch Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah episode no. 1749

Sunder made a call to Jethalal and gave him a good news of his visiting to Mumbai, on the festival of Raksha Bandhan. Sunder told to Jethalal that he will come there at Rakhi’s evening so that he can celebrate the festival with his sister Daya. 18 more words

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Why I Write

Photography is on the long list of things I want to be able to do but for which I have no talent, along with drawing, woodworking and pairs figure skating. 583 more words

Active or Retired: We All Feel the Pain of Roanoke

AllIn my years as an active daily broadcast journalist, I was physically threatened three times.  One of those threats came from a man who made infamous history this summer—-Louisiana theater shooter Rusty Houser, who erupted at me via phone after he called a bizarre news conference in Columbus, Ga., 36 years ago. 880 more words

Newseum memorial in honor of WDBJ's Alison Parker and Adam Ward

The Newseum in Washington, D.C. has added a memorial in honor of the WDBJ’s news crew murdered on live television this week.  The museum is about the news. 108 more words

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The man suspected of shooting two former coworkers on live TV is dead, after shooting himself

Vester Flanagan, a former television reporter at Virginia news station WDBJ7, was followed by local police this morning after the shooting of three people during a live WDBJ7 broadcast. 585 more words