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Even Obama can't name all dead characters of GoT

Even Obama can't name all dead characters of GoT

Melbourne, June 29 : Though he is an avid 'Game of Thrones' viewer, US President Barack Obama even can't name all the characters, who have died on this hit HBO show.

Chelsea Clinton blessed with second baby!

Chelsea ClintonChelsea Clinton blessed with second baby!

Melbourne, June 19 : Chelsea Clinton, who is already a proud mother to daughter Charlotte, turned mommy to a new baby boy.

The daughter of US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, announced the arrival of newborn son Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky late Saturday morning on Twitter, reports News.com.au reports.

Queen's royal pose with her pets for mag

Queen's royal pose with her pets for mag

Melbourne, June 1 : On the occasion of her 90th birthday, Queen Elizabeth II has posed for series of portraits for Vanity Fair cover and the one which grabbed the utmost attention was the cover with her four pets.

Now, tweet in more than 140-characters

Now, tweet in more than 140-characters

Melbourne, May 25 : No need to compromise on words while tweeting, as Twitter is changing its 140-character limit.

The 10-year-old social network, which counts more than 5.5 million Australians among its 310 million users, revealed three changes to tweets overnight, including an extension to the text users can fit into a single tweet, reports News. com. au.

Clintons `did not give` any wedding gift to Trump's third wife

Clintons `did not give` any wedding gift to Trump's third wife

Melbourne, May 19 : Donald Trump's third wife Melania Trump recently revealed that she had not received any wedding gift from Bill and Hillary Clinton.

In a recent interview, the 46-year-old jewellery designer reflected back on her marriage, revealing Clintons attended her lavish 2005 wedding to billionaire Trump, but didn't buy them anything, News.com.au reports.

Adani's Australia mine project in another legal hurdle

Adani's Australia mine project in another legal hurdle

Melbourne: Indian mining giant Adani's 21.7 billion dollar coal mine project in Australia faced a fresh legal challenge after a green group asked the Supreme Court in Queensland to review the environmental approval to the controversy-hit venture.

Conservation group Coast and Country said that it has filed an appeal to the Supreme Court of Queensland for a judicial review.

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