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Saad Haroon is the world’s second funniest person

Saad Haroon is the world’s second funniest person NEW YORK: Pakistani comedian, Saad Haroon has been voted as the second funniest person in the world.Saad placed second in the finals of Laugh Factory’s Funniest Person in the World contest after securing 59,213 votes. Voting for the competition took place online and was won by Finland’s Ismo Leikola who bagged 158,954 votes.Other finalists for the competition included Nitin Miran from UAE and Mustapha El Atrassi from France.Saad Harron is credited with being one of the pioneers of English stand-up comedy in

Victoria Beckham tops British managers list

LONDON Former pop star and model turned fashion impresario Victoria Beckham has come top in a yearly ranking of Britain s 100 best managers for her "finely tuned business acumen"."The entrepreneur formerly known as Posh Spice is queen of the catwalk now," Management Today magazine said of the 40-year-old mother of four, who is married to football icon David Beckham.Beckham has grown her business over the past five years from a £1 million (1.3 million euro, $1.6 million) a year turnover to £30 million and

'Ouija' spells out win on U.S., Canada movie charts

"Ouija", a horror film inspired by the board said to contact the dead, haunted the top of movie charts in the United States and Canada, collecting $20 million in weekend ticket sales and knocking Brad Pitt s "Fury" out of first place.Another new entry, action thriller "John Wick" starring Keanu Reeves as a hit man out for revenge, debuted in second, taking in $14.2 million from Friday through Sunday, according to estimates from tracking firm Rentrak."Fury," a World War Two drama

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