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Jacinda Ardern eyes majority as New Zealand votes

Jacinda Ardern eyes majority as New Zealand votes

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Watch: Chaeyoung poses among flowers in ‘Eyes Wide Open’ concept film

Watch: Chaeyoung poses among flowers in ‘Eyes Wide Open’ concept film

Entertainment
Oct. 13 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Twice is gearing up to release its new album. The K-pop stars shared a "concept film" for the album, Eyes Wide Open, Tuesday featuring Chaeyoung. Advertisement The teaser video shows Chaeyoung, 21, posing among colorful flowers. The singer is also shown posing in a black and white scene. Twice also released a "style teaser" photo featuring Chaeyoung. Eyes Wide Open is Twice's second Korean studio album. The album and its lead single, "I Can't Stop Me," are slated for release Oct. 26. Twice released a concept film for Eyes Wide Open featuring Nayeon on Monday. [embedded content] Twice also consists of Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun and Tzuyu. The group released a video last week in honor of its fifth anniversary that shows the members ...
Bright Eyes takes a new direction with a bit of nostalgia

Bright Eyes takes a new direction with a bit of nostalgia

Entertainment
Aug. 21 (UPI) -- Bright Eyes is back with Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was, their first new album in nearly 10 years, and the venerated indie rock band's three core members said the record is designed to be a mix of the new and the familiar. Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was marks Bright Eyes' first album since 2011's The People's Key, and the band's core members -- singer/guitarist Conor Oberst, composer/keyboardist Nate Walcott and multi-instrumentalist/producer Mike Mogis -- told UPI in a recent interview that their return to the studio was inspired by their experiences and the state of the world. Advertisement "Living in Trump's America has felt extremely horrible and oppressive," Oberst said. "Not that he has anything to do with our record, and I'm happy to say t...
Sensex falls 477 points from day’s high on profit booking, ends 25 points lower; all eyes on RBI policy outcome

Sensex falls 477 points from day’s high on profit booking, ends 25 points lower; all eyes on RBI policy outcome

Finance
Mumbai: Benchmark equity indices shrugged off strong cues from global peers and wiped off early gains to settle on a flat note on Wednesday, as caution ahead of the RBI policy outcome triggered profit-taking in index heavyweights. The continued rapid surge in coronavirus infections also bothered investors. For the seventh day in a row India registered more than 50,000 new Covid-19 cases, taking the total tally past the 19-lakh mark. “There were only a few stocks participating in the rally in recent times, and those stocks – index heavyweights corrected, dragging the market. It is a fragile market as far as depth of momentum is concerned,” said Deven Choksey, group managing director, KR Choksey Investment Managers. “The RBI MPC is unlikely to cut rates at this time; we will see the status q
Mbappe loved Ronaldo, Havertz eyes Ozil throne, De Jong at Barcelona with hero Messi and Sancho idolised Lampard – wonderkids and their childhood idols

Mbappe loved Ronaldo, Havertz eyes Ozil throne, De Jong at Barcelona with hero Messi and Sancho idolised Lampard – wonderkids and their childhood idols

Sports
We all have our football idols – the captains, the cult-heroes, the GOATS, the goalscorers, the never-say-die defenders, the names we choose for the back of our shirts. And we’re not alone, the professionals had them, too. getty Millions of people have probably bought tickets to a Barcelona game just so they can watch Lionel Messi in the flesh We’ve all heard about Eden Hazard’s desire to be coached by Zinedine Zidane, Dennis Bergkamp controversially idolising Tottenham great Glenn Hoddle and Sergio Aguero ‘wanting to be Micheal Owen’ when he was young. There’s even brilliant stories about Xavi’s love for Southampton icon Matt Le Tissier and his ‘outrageous, sickening goals’, and Dimitar Berbatov sleeping in Alan Shearer’s Newcastle shirt. READ: Foo