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Congress activists force cancellation of Indu Sarkar in Thane


In India, it is released over 283 screens. Indu Sarkar is produced on the small budget of Rs 11 crore and its makers have given it quite a bit of promotion. Anil Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Athiya Shetty and Ileana D'Cruz featured Mubarakan is a comedy romance flick. The movie has also courted controversies since it's said to be based on true incidents that happened during the Emergency of 1975. Read More »

Trump Encourages Police to Be More Aggressive With Arrestees


The police department added: "We do not and will not tolerate roughing up of prisoners". Eric Kowalczyk, who served as the Baltimore Police Department's spokesman during the unrest that followed Gray's death, called the president's comments "very disturbing" and said they only further deteriorate tenuous relationships between police departments and minority communities across the country. Read More »

England and Spain seal spot in Women's Euro quarter-finals


I can't put the ball in the back of the net if I don't get the quality balls through, and again I had a chance today, Lucy hit a ideal ball through and I'm just lucky enough to be the one that finishes it". Taylor slid the ball past Sarah Bouhaddi for her fifth goal of the tournament in the 60th minute to put England through, with the suspension of Jill Scott for the next round being the only disappointment for manager Mark Sampson. Read More »

Honolulu bans texting while crossing the road to prevent injuries


The devices covered by the law include cellphones, tablets, laptop computers, pagers, and video game devices. The law is aimed to reduce injuries and deaths related to " distracted walking ". In major cities across America. more and more pedestrians being injured at crosswalks. Resident Ben Robinson told the city council in a written testimony: "Scrap this intrusive bill, provide more education to citizens about responsible electronics usage, and allow law enforcement to focus on larger ... Read More »

Baby boy dies after being left in a hot auto


Authorities say a 7-month-old boy has died after being left alone in a hot vehicle in a northeast Phoenix neighborhood in triple-digit conditions. Friday's high temperature was 101 degrees, reached at 4.36pm, according to the NWS. Fire officials pronounced the child dead at the scene. Phoenix police are investigating. According to's research, the ambient temperature of a auto can reach 19 degrees above the ambient temperature in less than 10 minutes, and almost 30 ... Read More »

Obamacare: Senate must vote on health care again before other votes - Mulvaney


And Mulvaney tells CNN's " State of the Union " that senators "need to stay, they need to work, they need to pass something". In the people's view, they should move on in the Senate. He continued, "What he's saying is, look, if Obamacare is hurting people, and it is, then why shouldn't it hurt insurance companies and, more importantly perhaps for this discussion, members of Congress?" "Shouldn't insurance companies and members of Congress bear that burden as well?" On Saturday, Trump ... Read More »

Vladimir Putin orders expulsion of 755 United States diplomats


U.S. Embassy spokeswoman Maria Olson could not immediately say how many people had to leave to meet Russia's new requirements. The number of American diplomats and other consular employees will be cut down to 455, which Russia claims is a 1:1 ratio with the Russian presence in the U.S. Read More »

Putin expels 755 USA diplomats from Russian Federation

Putin said in an interview with Vesti TV released on Sunday that the United States would have to cut its diplomatic and technical staff by 755 people by September 1. Iran and North Korea are also targeted in the sanctions bill. The White House said on Friday that U.S. President Donald Trump would sign the sanctions bill. Read More »

Russian Federation boots USA diplomats in retaliation for new sanctions

But rejecting it could lead to an embarrassing veto override, as the bill cleared both chambers by wide margins, and lead to criticism that he's seeking to protect Russian Federation. Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker, who helped broker the Senate sanctions deal, said he spoke to both the President and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in recent days about the bill. Read More »

Lower humidity continues this weekend


A warming trend continues through mid week with temperatures back into the mid 80s. A front will come down and stall nearly on top of us for Monday , leading to a continuation of numerous showers and storms passing through for a couple days. Read More »

Trump to sign bill for new sanctions on Russian Federation

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says in a statement that Trump read early drafts of the bill and "negotiated regarding critical elements of it". Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill would address the failure so far to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin for what he described as "stunning breach" of a sovereign nation's elections. Read More »

Pakistan's Sharif says disappointed by ouster


The decision was made during an informal meeting headed by Nawaz Sharif, just hours after the country's Supreme Court disqualified him from the office following a 15-month corruption investigation. Sharif, who became Prime Minister for the third time in 2013, had earlier denied wrongdoing and had warned that his ouster would destabilise Pakistan at a time when the economy was rebounding after a decade of political and security chaos. Read More »

Conviction upheld for Israeli soldier in killing of Palestinian


The 21-year-old French-Israeli was convicted in January and sentenced in February. Azaria demanded for reconsideration of his conviction while the prosecutors requested a harsher sentence. "I have no doubt that the chief of staff will take all of the hard circumstances, and the fact that he (Azaria) was an exemplary soldier, into consideration", Mr Lieberman tweeted. Read More »

Arab states open to dialogue with Qatar if demands are met

The air corridors were identified under ICAO supervision, the Saudi statement said. According to Al Jazeera , the NHRC said it had filed a complaint with the United Nations special rapporteur on freedom of belief and religion over the restrictions, which it said were in "stark violation of global laws and agreements that guarantee the right to worship". Read More »

Trump replaces chief of staff Priebus with retired General Kelly


Trump appointed Kelly, a retired Marine general, to secretary of Homeland Security on December 7, 2016 and he was confirmed on January, 20, 2017 the first day of Trump's administration. Kelly is also well liked by Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, who sees him as a stable presence with a low key personality. Priebus' ouster has been expected since Trump appointed Scaramucci last week. Read More »

Trump will sign Russian Federation sanctions bill


Trump's vow to extend a hand of cooperation to Russian President Vladimir Putin has been met with resistance as skeptical lawmakers look to limit the executive power's leeway to go easy on Moscow over its meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Read More »

Based THAAD system intercepts target missile over Pacific


Department of Defense (KODIAK, Alaska) - The U.S. conducted a successful test of a missile-defense system over the Pacific Ocean, military officials announced Sunday morning. "The U.S. needs to stop with its delusion of trying to harm us, by clearly understanding the strategic status of the DPRK [Democratic People's Republic of Korea], which soared up as the world's nuclear and missile power, and our military and peoples' strong will to revenge our enemies to destruction", the foreign ... Read More »

One man killed in knife attack in Germany


The suspect who stormed into a supermarket in Hamburg and killed one person with a knife, was known to authorities as an "Islamist", the port city's interior minister said to AFP on Saturday. The suspect arrived in Germany in March 2015 after stops in Spain, Sweden and Norway. Grote said none of the wounded were being treated for life-threatening injuries, although some were seriously hurt. Read More »

More White House drama as Trump replaces Reince Priebus


In a prolonged sit-down with the Fox host and diehard Trump ally, Priebus lavished praise on the President and promised he will "be on Team Trump all the time ". Although Priebus refrained from commenting on what - or with whom - his next job might be, he did dismiss rumors he'd become the next USA ambassador to Greece. Read More »

Ozamiz mayor, wife, 10 others killed in simultaneous raids vs illegal drugs


Supt. Lemuel Gonda, spokesperson of the Northern Mindanao police, earlier said policemen who were serving 6 search warrants for firearms in the properties of Parojinog and members of his family met violent resistance. Parojinog was among the more than 160 officials Duterte publicly linked to drugs in August previous year as part of a shame campaign. Reynaldo Parojinog was the third mayor to be killed in the government's bloody narcotics crackdown. Read More »

Line Drive Hits Arizona Starter Ray In Head


St. Louis starter Michael Wacha pitched six innings and Jedd Gyorko drove in the lone run with one of his three hits Friday night, leading the Cardinals to a 1-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks . The Diamondbacks recalled Silvino Bracho from Triple-A Reno to take the injured pitcher's place on the roster. The 25-year-old entered Friday's game with a 3.15 ERA and 149 strikeouts, the fourth-most total in the majors. Read More »

Reince Priebus out as Trump's Chief of Staff


Now as Trump's chief of staff, he will will manage a White House mired in chaos and infighting that in seven months has failed to convince a Republican Congress to give the Republican president a single legislative victory beyond the appointment of a Supreme Court justice. Read More »

Nitish expands ministry, inducts 27 new ministers


After resigning as chief minister of Bihar and breaking off from the proposed grand alliance amid corruption allegations against the leaders of alliance partner Rashrtiya Janata Dal (RJD), Nitish accepted the NDA support to form a new government in Bihar. Read More »

Anthony Scaramucci will not take a White House salary


Deidre Ball worked for Skybridge Capital as vice president under Scaramucci. Trump hired Anthony Scaramucci over Priebus's objections and Scaramucci reports directly to the president. His long-simmering feud with Scaramucci, the founder of SkyBridge Capital who took on the communications job only last week, became an ugly public spectacle this week. Read More »