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We now have our hands on the info as to when the film will release. Talent of Ranbir was never under scrutiny but the films have not been working hence Dutt biopic is a real milestone film for him. As per the new update on Sanjay Dutt's biopic, the movie which is directed by Rajkummar Hirani, has been postponed for a June release. While Ranbir Kapoor will play the role of Sanjay Dutt , Dia Mirza will essay the character of Dutt's wife Manyata.
  • Iranian Intelligence Operating in West Bank, Israel's Shin Bet Says

    Iranian Intelligence Operating in West Bank, Israel's Shin Bet Says

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    The leader of the Chevron gang was Muhammad Mahamara, 29, a resident of the city and a computer engineering student. He was arrested along with other members of the gang. Officials said the younger Maharmeh also recruited two men from the Hebron area - Nur Maharmeh and Diaa Sarahana, both 22. According to the Shin Bet, he received 8,000 US dollars from Iran for this activity.
  • Acting ICE Director Wants to Arrest Politicians Running Sanctuary Cities

    Acting ICE Director Wants to Arrest Politicians Running Sanctuary Cities

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    At least two fake signs welcoming "felons, illegals and MS13" to California's "sanctuary state" were removed from freeways near the border with Nevada and Arizona, according to news reports. However, the official confirmed that uncooperative jurisdictions have a higher rate of criminal alien releases than in places that honor ICE detainers.
  • Winter Storm Warning for Thursday

    Winter Storm Warning for Thursday

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    A blizzard warning means severe winter weather conditions are expected or occurring. According to the blizzard warning, which will be in effect from 9 p.m. "Most people here have everything pretty well taken, in loose furniture and things like that, so it shouldn't be too much of an impact on the homes themselves, the beach is going to get beat up if that is the case, Charnavsky said.
  • Tiger sets TOUR return at Farmers Insurance Open

    Tiger sets TOUR return at Farmers Insurance Open

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    The 14-time major victor underwent spinal fusion surgery last April, sidelining him for 10 months, but he made a successful return at the Hero World Challenge last month and will now make his official PGA Tour return at Torrey Pines in three weeks' time.
  • 500 flights, 400 trains hit due to Delhi fog

    500 flights, 400 trains hit due to Delhi fog

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    Giving more details about the technology being used and the advantages it brings, Chowdhary said, "It alerts loco pilot about level crossings and signal". Operations at the Indira Gandhi International Airport ( IGI ) continue to be affected as dense fog prevails in the national capital region (NCR). While 21 trains were cancelled and 64 delayed besides 24 rescheduled due to heavy fog in several parts of northern India.
  • Outrage in Baltimore after kids huddle in freezing classrooms

    Outrage in Baltimore after kids huddle in freezing classrooms

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    The decision to close all schools comes after much criticism from parents and teachers of the initial decision to keep schools open while heating systems struggled to keep up with the abnormally cold temperatures, according to CNN . In the tweet, Maybin said " this is unacceptable ". "We want students to have every possible opportunity for teaching and learning", Santelises said.
  • 'There Were Times Where I Screwed Up'

    'There Were Times Where I Screwed Up'

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    Besides getting Spicer to admit that he "screwed up" at times on the job, Cupp also brought on CNN political commentator Van Jones to engage Spicer in a bit of banter and ask the ex-flack some pointed questions. Spicer reads the childrens' book "How To Catch The Easter Bunny" during the 139th Easter Egg Roll in April. . Jones began his remarks with a broadside against the Trump administration and Spicer, saying that as a father he was ashamed of the number of lies he saw coming out of ...
  • National Weather Service Reports Snow Totals, What To Expect After Storm

    National Weather Service Reports Snow Totals, What To Expect After Storm

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    Along with the snow, central coastal counties could see as much as a quarter of an inch of ice accumulate along with very strong winds. Fayetteville had 4 inches. The Associated Press reported the snow is moving out of North Carolina but the cold temperatures here before it began are staying. Wind chill warnings and advisories were in effect in 54 counties for Thursday and in some cases, for Friday as well.
  • As Trump and Kim spar, North Korea opens door to talks

    As Trump and Kim spar, North Korea opens door to talks

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    Vice President Mike Pence was also thought to be in attendance. While it has in the past existed as a key way for the two sides to tamp down accidental flare-ups along the DMZ, the North reportedly stopped answering the line two years ago after South Korea closed what had been a joint North-South industrial complex in Kaesong - a town on the North Korean side of the divide.
  • Chinese netizens spot AI books on president Xi Jinping's bookshelf

    Chinese netizens spot AI books on president Xi Jinping's bookshelf

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    President Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC), made the remarks while issuing an order at a mobilisation meeting held by the commission. China's neighbours have watched warily as the PLA has upgraded its arsenal with increasing sophisticated weaponry and sought to create a more effective and professional fighting force.
  • Fauquier schools closed Friday due to frigid weather

    Fauquier schools closed Friday due to frigid weather

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    Brian White, superintendent of the Butler School District, had advice for his district's students and employees as well as everyone hunkering down for the Arctic chill predicted for Friday and Saturday. Wright is a Savannah, Mo. native and both of his parents worked for the St. Joseph School District for over 25 years. "If you do have problems with inclement weather in second semester, it delays your getting out later in the summer and that's sometimes interferes with summer school plans and ...
  • 11-year-old dead after being struck by train in Haines City

    11-year-old dead after being struck by train in Haines City

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    But she was distracted and didn't notice the train. The Amtrack passenger train, with 12 passenger cars and two engines, was traveling southbound towards Winter Haven at approximately 68 miles per hour on the tracks, when the conductor observed a female attempting to cross the railroad track.
  • Mnuchin: New book on Trump White House '#Fake'

    Mnuchin: New book on Trump White House '#Fake'

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    President Donald Trump is "like a child" who eats cheeseburgers in bed by 6.30pm, an explosive tell-all reveals. The West Wing houses the president's Oval Office and the offices of his closest aides. "You know I support him day in and day out". "ABA staunchly defends the freedom of publishers to publish and sell the titles they deem appropriate, whether it is a book from a controversial author, or whether it is about a sitting president".