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Leonardo DiCaprio Joins March to Protest Trump Climate Policies

Tens of thousands of people marched on April 29 from the US Capitol to the White House to show support for climate-change science and protest president Donald Trump's rollbacks of environmental protections. The Peoples Climate March took place under stifling, near-record heat on the 100th day of the Trump presidency. He was the target of many signs and banners, mocked and criticized by demonstrators of all ages. Hollywood megastar Leonardo DiCaprio took part in the rally, walking with a group of Native Americans.

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Rana Daggubati is Blind in Right Eye

The Baahubali-famed star Rana Daggubati, who has portrayed Bhallaladeva in the film, has made a shocking revelation. In a recent interview, the actor said he is blind in his right eye, and that he sees only with his left eye. The one that others see is someone else's eye, which was donated to him after the donor’s death. He also said he cannot see if he closes his left eye.

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Priyanka Chopra Says She is Not at All Lonely

Often, with stardom comes a feeling of loneliness, but not for Priyanka Chopra, because her loved ones are always by her side. After starting out with a Tamil film in 2002, Priyanka worked in Bollywood before making her way to the West with her songs, and then the American crime-thriller, Quantico. The 34-year-old says she knows there will be a time when things might go downhill, but she will continue to work as long as people want to see her.

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Charlize Theron Thinks the World is Much Easier on Men Than Women

Fate of the Furious star Charlize Theron says she thinks men have it easy, while women have to struggle through a lot, even today. The 41-year-old actor says it is a societal problem. She explained that sometimes women end up being the “worst enemies” of other women. “We have got to work on that. I do not like that,” she added.

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Gwen Stefani Ruptures Her Eardrum

American singer Gwen Stefani has ruptured her eardrum and was forced to cancel a live performance here. Stefani was supposed to headline the 21st annual Power of Love gala at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 27, but she was unable to board her flight to Sin City under doctor’s orders. She sent a video message regretting her failure to attend and added that she wanted to send a message of congratulations to Andre Agassi and 'my very dear friend' Ronald Pearlman.

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