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Rajinikanth's Kaala Movie will be Released on June 7


Son-in-law Dhanush, who is the producer of the film, took to Twitter to make the official announcement. Kaala , which was previously scheduled to release on April 27, will now hit screens on June 7, 2018. But the plans had to be changed because the Tamil industry went on strike on March 1. But the release date was not yet confirmed. The release of the film Kaala was the most expected by Rajinikanth fans and his audience. Read More »

It's (another) boy! U.S. family with 13 sons gets No. 14


The boy weighs 8 pounds, 4 ounces and is 21 inches long. Still, inquiring minds want to know if baby number 14 is the last one for this party of 16. In 2015, it was reported that the couple, Sundt was born on the 13th boy. It's a boy, the 14th for this family. It just feels like this is going to be it, and we're going to enjoy every second of it, ' Jay said. Read More »

Quake researchers rattled as California 'tectonic time BOMB waiting to go off'


The San Andreas long has been the fault many Californians feared the most, having unleashed the great 1906 quake that led to San Francisco's destruction 112 years ago Wednesday. Researchers are concerned that the last large quake along the Hayward Fault was in October 1868. According to that model, the violent shaking from the quake could cause the two sides of the fault to split six feet apart in some places. Read More »

What Kind of Returns are JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) Shares Generating?

The stock has a market cap of $378,236.19, a P/E ratio of 15.91, a PEG ratio of 1.86 and a beta of 1.24. At a certain point in the past four quarters, the shares traded as low as $0.40 but made a 157.5% recovery since then. JPM's distance from 20 day simple moving average is -1.05% and distance from 50-Day simple moving average is -3.14%. Jacobson And Schmitt Limited Com has invested 0.21% in JPMorgan Chase & Co. Read More »

Mugabe summoned over alleged diamond looting


A parliamentary committee in Zimbabwe has summoned former President Robert Mugabe to explain a past comment about the country losing billions of dollars in revenue due to diamond corruption. It was not clear whether Mugabe, who has lived quietly in the capital since his resignation, will agree to show up. Non-governmental organizations such as Global Witness have accused government and security agencies of both looting and human rights abuses. Read More »

Democrats Sue Russia, WikiLeaks And Trump Campaign Over Election 'Conspiracy'


Mr Trump has said repeatedly there was no collusion between his campaign and Russian Federation. The party alleges in the federal lawsuit in Manhattan that top Trump campaign officials conspired with the Russian government and its military spy agency to hurt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and tilt the election to Trump by hacking Democratic Party computers. Read More »

Mayor to announce ban on cars in Central Park


Current rules allow cars on Center Drive from 7 7 p.m. weekdays; on West Drive from 8 10 a.m. weekdays for high-occupancy vehicles only; and on 72nd Cross Street Drive from 8 10 a.m. The nonprofit Transportation Alternatives launched its campaign to rid the park of motorists in 1979. Cars have been permitted in the park's scenic loops for more than 100 years, his office said, although limits on the roadways they can use began in the 1960s. Read More »

OH unemployment rate drops in March


The labor force measures both those who have a job and those who are actively searching for one. Statewide, the industries with the most job growth year over year were manufacturing and professional and business services. The agency says the number of people age 16 or older working or looking for work grew to a record high labor force of 848,097. The state's labor force participation rate is up two-tenths of a percentage point at 65.6 percent. Read More »

Pelicans' Anthony Davis joins four Hall of Famers on elite list


The Portland Trail Blazers are facing a potential sweep at the hands of the New Orleans Pelicans , after falling to a 0-3 hole following Thursday night's 119-102 defeat at the Smoothie King Center. Game 4 will tip off at 4:00. The Blazers racked up 12 turnovers by halftime, all while rattling 3-pointers off the back iron. Portland rushed its offense in the face of unlikely success by the Pelicans, who continued to rain down from deep. Read More »

Ex-Forbes reporter says Trump lied to embellish wealth


The revelation has been made by a former Forbes journalist, Jonathan Greenberg . "He is a consummate con man", Greenberg said. The character of "John Barron" had previously been reported before, and the Washington Post previously published audio of Trump pretending to be spokesman "John Miller". Read More »

Summary of MP Evans Group plc (LON:MPE) Ratings

About 11.99M shares traded. Stemline Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:STML) has risen 79.53% since April 19, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 10.20% the S&P500. M.P. Evans Group PLC, through its subsidiaries, operates oil palm plantations in Indonesia.The firm is valued at 401.67 million GBP. The companyÂ's Publishing division offers content through paid-for and free newspapers and related multi-platform digital sites; holds events and exhibitions related to publishing activities; ... Read More »

Australia celebrates queen's 92nd birthday


But how will she actually be marking the day? GETTY QUEEN'S BIRHTDAY: Her majesty has two birthdays every year Why does the Queen have two birthdays? A live music programme, The Queen's Birthday Party, will be broadcast on BBC One at 8pm tomorrow. Read More »

AT&T switches on its pseudo-5G in over 100 locations


Fuetsch said these technologies "serve as the runway to 5G by boosting the existing LTE network and priming it for the future of connectivity". That includes an announcement made recently by AT&T, confirming that it has brought 5G Evolution to 117 new markets across the United States. Read More »

Cop handling Tamil Nadu sex scandal transferred


Purohit had kicked up a huge row on Tuesday when he patted the journalist on her cheek "patronisingly", apparently to diplomatically avoid replying to a question asked by her. Still not able to get rid of it. In his letter to the woman journalist, the governor said he had a four-decade stint in media. Additionally, the retired IAS officer R Santhanam appointed by Governor Banwarilal Purohit to investigate the scandal has begun his probe in Madurai and inquired with the vice-chancellor ... Read More »

Arizona teachers vote to walkout next Thursday


Arizona teachers and school employees have voted overwhelmingly to walk out next week to demand increased education funding and better pay. The Arizona Republic reports that the Arizona Educators United grassroots group and the Arizona Education Association have made a decision to move forward with a strike on April 26 after compiling results of a poll of educators. Read More »

US Kept Syria Missile Strikes Within Russian 'Red Lines'

Lavrov was also quoted as saying that, prior to the U.S. strikes on Syrian targets, Russian Federation had told USA officials which areas of Syria represented "red lines" for Moscow, and the United States military action did not cross those lines. Read More »

First lady Melania Trump WILL attend Barbara Bush's private funeral


Kennedy went to pay his respects for Eleanor Roosevelt, according to NBC News . "She was a woman of proud patriotism and profound faith". The funeral will take place at St. "I honestly believe that if more people could read, write and comprehend, we would be that much closer to solving so numerous problems that plague our nation", she said in a 1990 speech. Read More »

Basque group ETA apologizes to victims ahead of dissolution


The Basque militant group ETA has offered an unprecedented apology for the pain caused during its armed campaign for independence from Spain and France , and vowed not to return to violence. The Basque separatist group ETA has apologized to its victims and the people it has hurt since it began waging a violent insurgency against Spain and France in the early 1960s. Read More »

One Injured, Suspect in Custody in Florida High School Shooting


The student was shot in the ankle, said Kevin Christian, Marion Public Schools spokesman. His age was not immediately available. Local 10 ABC News reports that the suspect was also a student at Forest High, a highly-ranked educational institution that has around 2,100 students , and WKMG anchor Amanda Castro has tweeted the below photos from the scene. Read More »

Pompeo: A Proven Leader For The State Department


Trump also did not seek any new concessions from North Korea . A summit in Beijing could risk giving Xi too much influence - China regards the North as very much part of its backyard - and the right to claim credit if a deal is reached. Read More »

Sen. Chuck Schumer to introduce bill decriminalizing marijuana


Schumer plans to release the legislation, which would remove marijuana from the Drug Enforcement Administration's list of controlled substances, on Friday, April 20, also known as 4/20, the plant's unofficial holiday. "I'm doing it because I think it's the right thing to do". "The bill lets the states decide, and be the laboratories that they ought to be", said Schumer. Read More »

Supreme Court rules part of federal deportation law is unconstitutional


Tuesday's decision involves James Dimaya , a native of the Philippines who came to the United States legally as a 13-year-old in 1992. "Today's vague laws may not be as invidious, but they can invite the exercise of arbitrary power all the same - by leaving the people in the dark about what the law demands and allowing prosecutors and courts to make it up". Read More »

Second Palestinian shot dead by Israeli forces in Gaza


No one was hurt when explosives were set off at the Gaza-Israel border on March 18 but the Israeli army used air strikes to destroy a Hamas tunnel system. Organizers said they will gradually move the camps toward the fence until May 15, but have made conflicting comments about a possible mass border breach. Read More »

Indore: Cash crunch continues, supply from RBI likely on April 21


The ban removed 86% of the country's currency from circulation at a stroke, and threw the cash-dependent economy into turmoil for weeks. Some Indians are thought to be hoarding cash - especially the highest-value 2,000 rupee notes introduced in 2016 - out of concern about a proposed bill that would let regulators use public deposits to bail out a bank that goes bust. Read More »