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Since news of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s second pregnancy, speculation on the baby’s gender have been rife and it seems that fans may have a good guess.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first appearance, since the pregnancy news, for Spotify’s Stream On event gave fans a clue to what the couple could possibly be having.
In the appearance, Meghan dazzled in the $3,490 Oscar de la Renta dress which featured a leafy citrus theme, which she accessorised with jewelry.
However, it was not the pricey dress that gave it away, the expecting mother donned a pink ring on her right hand which caused quite a stir from eagle-eyed fans on social media.
"Meghan PINK sapphire cocktail ring ….. clue….. pink for a girl," one Instagram user commented.
"Let me be the second to say they are having a BABY GIRL," a second user wrote.
A third mused, "Maybe she's having a baby girl."
However, another user pointed out that pink wasn't the only color she wore.
"Pink ring, blue dress," the user commented.
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India, China to set up hotline as border crisis eases

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India, China to set up hotline as border crisis easesA handout photo released by Indian Army on February 16 shows the disengagement process between Indian Army and China's People's Liberation Army from a contested area in the western Himalayas, in Ladakh region. — Reuters/File
NEW DELHI: India and China have agreed to set up a hotline between their foreign ministers as the two nuclear-armed neighbours look to reduce tensions along a disputed Himalayan border where their troops have been locked in confrontation since last summer.

The decision was reached at a lengthy call between the two foreign ministers on Thursday, India’s foreign ministry said in a statement on Friday, adding that New Delhi was pushing for an quick resolution to the border crisis.

“A prolongation of the existing situation was not in the interest of either side,” India’s foreign ministry said in a statement, citing the conversation between Fore­ign Minister S. Jaishankar and China’s Wang Yi.

On Sunday, both countries said their troops had pulled out from a lake area in the western Himalayan region of Ladakh, where thousands of soldiers backed by tanks and artillery have been facing off since April.

Published in Dawn, February 27th, 2021

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PM Imran Khan congratulates the country on the 2nd anniversary of Pakistani armed forces response to India’s ‘illegal, reckless military adventure’.

“We also demonstrated to the world Pakistan’s responsible behaviour... by returning the captured Indian pilot,” the PM said, reiterating the nation’s resolve to always stand for peace.

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