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Trade pundits believe that the opening day gross should be Rs 30 crore worldwide. Telugu superstar Jr.NTR's new film has created on it's opening day. She thanked her director Bobby for making her a part of the film. The film also features Nanditha Raj, Abhimanyu Singh, Hamsa Nandini and Priyadarshi Pullikonda in important roles.
  • Rohingyas illegal immigrants, not refugees: Rajnath

    Rohingyas illegal immigrants, not refugees: Rajnath

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    Over a million Rohingyas had resided in Myanmar's Rakhine prior to the start of last month's crackdown. The NHRC recently issued a notice to the Centre over its plan to deport Rohingyas, who live in various parts of India. "Anifah said as Malaysia reiterated its commitment to extend support and assist the Myanmar government to address the complex challenges in Rakhine State, the latter must also stop the military action immediately and allow unimpeded access for the delivery of the ...
  • Haley: UN Out of Options on North Korea

    Haley: UN Out of Options on North Korea

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    Later, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters that "some related parties" — a reference to the US and North Korea — "keep sending threatening messages both in words and deeds that include warnings of military action". Diplomacy and dialogue will not work with North Korea and concerted pressure by the entire global community is essential to tackle the threats posed by North Korea, Abe wrote.
  • Nod for immersion on Muharram if situation found fit: West Bengal government

    Nod for immersion on Muharram if situation found fit: West Bengal government

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    On August 23, Mamata sparked a controversy when she declared that Durga idols would not be immersed after 6 pm on September 30 ( Dashami ) and October 1 because of Muharram . "If you get a dream, that something will go wrong, you can not impose restrictions", the Calcutta High Court told the West Bengal government. Top officials of the administration and police were also present.
  • Facebook pledges to improve approach to political advertising

    Facebook pledges to improve approach to political advertising

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    As we spend more time online, and as companies like Facebook introduce increasingly more capable ad targeting mechanisms, the potential of indirectly buying an election is likely to continue to rise. After stating how deeply he cares for democracy and would be taking all the necessary steps to make it hard for people and govts to stop interference like the Russian interference in USA presidential elections 2016.
  • Donald Trump's approval rating is creeping up, multiple polls find

    Donald Trump's approval rating is creeping up, multiple polls find

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    When asked "In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as President", a total of 43 percent of U.S. voters said they approved, which is up three points from the same poll in August. Twenty-five percent approved of his pardon of controversial Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and 20 percent approved of his response to a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month.
  • Mattis hints at military options on North Korea but offers no details

    Mattis hints at military options on North Korea but offers no details

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    Even as tensions rise, the United States and its allies have stuck to a hands-off policy when North Korea test-fires its missiles. The official declined to speak on the record because of the sensitivity of the issue. " Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime". Hyten said he is confident that the ground-based USA missile defense system, mainly consisting of hit-to-kill interceptor missiles in Alaska and California, has the ability to stop a North Korean ICBM.
  • Trump Finds Unlikely Ally In Bid To Solve Iran Problem

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    During his speech at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, Trump accused Iran of "destabilizing" the Middle East region and "supporting terror". "Ugly, ignorant words were spoken by the USA president against the Iranian nation", said Rouhani in his own speech to the General Assembly, "full of hatred and baseless allegations".