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Top Asian News at 1:30 p.m. GMT #bollywood

JINDO, South Korea (AP) — The mother, slightly drunk, sits on the edge of a windblown dock and wails. A Buddhist monk approaches and wipes the tears from her face as she pours out her grief and longing for her missing son. He leads her away from the dock’s edge and, as she weeps, chants Buddhist scriptures and sounds a wooden gong in a prayer for her son’s return. “They are really suffering,” said the monk, Bul Il, who came from the southeastern port city of Busan to help the families of the more than 100 still missing in the sunken South Korean ferry. “It’s painful for me to watch their misery,” he said, his face peeling and red from long chants on a platform facing the sea.


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Shoaib Akhtar to judge Indian talent on TV show #bollywood

Mumbai, April 28 (IANS) Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar Monday shot here for a celebrity special episode of Indian talent reality show “Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega” with Bollywood celebrities Farah Khan and Anu Malik. “I was very excited and was looking forward to the special episode. “It was great fun being part of the show along with Anu Malik and Farah Khan,” he added. The Rawalpindi Express, known worldwide for his fast bowling, turned up looking suave with his hair well-combed and wearing a smart beige coat teamed with a crisp shirt and a pair of blue jeans.


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Top Asian News at 1:00 p.m. GMT #bollywood

JINDO, South Korea (AP) — The mother, slightly drunk, sits on the edge of a windblown dock and wails. A Buddhist monk approaches and wipes the tears from her face as she pours out her grief and longing for her missing son. He leads her away from the dock’s edge and, as she weeps, chants Buddhist scriptures and sounds a wooden gong in a prayer for her son’s return. “They are really suffering,” said the monk, Bul Il, who came from the southeastern port city of Busan to help the families of the more than 100 still missing in the sunken South Korean ferry. “It’s painful for me to watch their misery,” he said, his face peeling and red from long chants on a platform facing the sea.


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Top Asian News at 12:30 p.m. GMT #bollywood

JINDO, South Korea (AP) — The mother, slightly drunk, sits on the edge of a windblown dock and wails. A Buddhist monk approaches and wipes the tears from her face as she pours out her grief and longing for her missing son. He leads her away from the dock’s edge and, as she weeps, chants Buddhist scriptures and sounds a wooden gong in a prayer for her son’s return. “They are really suffering,” said the monk, Bul Il, who came from the southeastern port city of Busan to help the families of the more than 100 still missing in the sunken South Korean ferry. “It’s painful for me to watch their misery,” he said, his face peeling and red from long chants on a platform facing the sea.


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Top Asian News at 12:00 p.m. GMT #bollywood

JINDO, South Korea (AP) — The mother, slightly drunk, sits on the edge of a windblown dock and wails. A Buddhist monk approaches and wipes the tears from her face as she pours out her grief and longing for her missing son. He leads her away from the dock’s edge and, as she weeps, chants Buddhist scriptures and sounds a wooden gong in a prayer for her son’s return. “They are really suffering,” said the monk, Bul Il, who came from the southeastern port city of Busan to help the families of the more than 100 still missing in the sunken South Korean ferry. “It’s painful for me to watch their misery,” he said, his face peeling and red from long chants on a platform facing the sea.


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Top Asian News at 11:30 a.m. GMT #bollywood

JINDO, South Korea (AP) — The mother, slightly drunk, sits on the edge of a windblown dock and wails. A Buddhist monk approaches and wipes the tears from her face as she pours out her grief and longing for her missing son. He leads her away from the dock’s edge and, as she weeps, chants Buddhist scriptures and sounds a wooden gong in a prayer for her son’s return. “They are really suffering,” said the monk, Bul Il, who came from the southeastern port city of Busan to help the families of the more than 100 still missing in the sunken South Korean ferry. “It’s painful for me to watch their misery,” he said, his face peeling and red from long chants on a platform facing the sea.