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Argentina drops bid to arrest Justin Bieber

BUENOS AIRES  Pop star Justin Bieber got some good news on his legal woes Wednesday when a court in Argentina dropped a warrant for his arrest for allegedly assaulting a photographer.Judge Alberto Banos said the Canadian singer, 21, would still face the assault charge related to the 2013 incident in Buenos Aires, but that Bieber was not now subject to an arrest warrant.Now Bieber is supposed to contact authorities about when he can testify in the investigation, DyN news reported.Argentina

Taylor Swift leads MTV VMA nominations

Taylor Swift leads MTV VMA nominationsNew York: Taylor Swift on Tuesday topped the nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards with a pair of elaborate videos from her blockbuster album "1989."The pop superstar will be in the running for nine awards at the August 30 gala, topping English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, who was tapped for six.The host of the Los Angeles gala will be singer Miley Cyrus, who at the 2013 awards stripped down to a flesh-colored bikini and twerked with Robin Thicke -- adding to her notoriety but also bringing the bottom-thrusting dance move into the mainstream.Swift is in the running for Video of the Year for "Bad Blood,"

Irrfan Khan believes 'powerful' Hollywood is affecting Indian films

MUMBAI: Irrfan Khan says Indian cinema is being dominated by big budget foreign films, reported IANS.Hollywood films like Furious 7, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Jurassic World proved their mettle at the box office in India earlier this year.The 48-year-old, who has starred in various English films like Slumdog Millionaire, The Amazing Spider-Man and Life of Pi, believes Bollywood films are not a competition for Hollywood but the picture is different in India."I m working in both the industries as I m enjoying my work on both sides. Hollywood demands a different kind of skill. Each industry has a different audience.

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