• Golmaal Again touches Rs. 136 crores

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    The film is not only the biggest in its franchise already, but is big for Devgn as well. The team is now basking in the glory of the success of the fourth instalment of the film that has gone on to become one of the highest grossing Bollywood movies of 2017.
  • Facebook promises more political ad transparency amid mounting scrutiny

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    Facebook's initial tests in Canada will only display ads that are now live, but Goldman says Facebook has a plan to eventually display political ads that are no longer active as well. Facebook also intends to shine light on the funders of political ads, requiring them to prove their identities. The new measures won't come into force until summer, in time for the USA midterm elections in November, and will eventually launch in Canada closer to the 2019 vote, a spokeswoman said.
  • Marriage? That's Up To Destiny, Says Rahul Gandhi

    Marriage? That's Up To Destiny, Says Rahul Gandhi

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    An otherwise confident-looking Rahul Gandhi seemed stumped when boxer Vijender Singh asked him at an industry event Thursday, when he planned to tie the knot. Gandhi, who hit hard at the Modi government in his speech at the 112th annual session of the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, later faced some questions from worldwide professional boxer Vijender Singh, an Olympics bronze medallist.
  • SC calls Blue Whale Game Challenge a 'National Problem'

    SC calls Blue Whale Game Challenge a 'National Problem'

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    There have been a rash of Blue Whale Challenge cases in India in the past few months and at least five deaths have been linked to it. The "challenge" is reportedly a suicide game in which the player is given certain tasks to complete over a period of 50 days and the final task leads him or her to kill themselves.
  • Tax Reform Ahead: House Agrees on Budget

    Tax Reform Ahead: House Agrees on Budget

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    The $1.5 trillion in cuts includes almost $1 trillion to Medicaid and $191 billion to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as SNAP or food stamps, over the next 10 years. Under current law, tax filers who itemize their deductions can write off their property taxes, along with their state and local income taxes and general sales taxes, but the tax reform plan coming under consideration will eliminate that tax break.
  • Wonder Woman looks set to dominate in Justice League

    Wonder Woman looks set to dominate in Justice League

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    In the new feature presented by AT&T, Ray Fisher gives a quick overview of Victor Stone, aka Cyborg , explaining the character's origin as a college athlete who is transformed into Cyborg by his father after a serious accident. You can catch Wonder Woman in action next in Justice League , which arrives on November 17. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes-Batman, Wonder Woman , Aquaman , Cyborg and The Flash-it may already be too late to save the planet from an ...
  • Leader of banned neo-Nazi group appears in United Kingdom court

    Leader of banned neo-Nazi group appears in United Kingdom court

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    The others facing charges are 24-year-old Garron Helm, 23-year-old Matthew Hankinson, 33-year-old Andrew Clarke, 31-year-old Christopher Lythgoe and 35-year-old Michal Trubini. National Action became the first far-right group to be banned in the United Kingdom, in December 2016 . National Action was proscribed as a terrorist organization in December 2016.
  • Father of missing girl charged with first-degree felony

    Father of missing girl charged with first-degree felony

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    She said that the investigation into the case should be taken to a logical conclusion and that henceforth all passports for adopted children will be issued only after an approval from the ministry of women and child development. Sini Mathews has been interrogated twice by police - once without lawyers present - according to her new attorneys Mitchell Nolte and Greg Gibbs. Police said he changed his story about what happened to Sherin.
  • OU Latino community invites town out to Dia de los Muertos

    OU Latino community invites town out to Dia de los Muertos

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    MECA puts on a colorful display of visual arts through music and dance to celebrate people's heritage of Día de los Muertos . November 2, 4-7 p.m. Sigma Lambda Beta, a fraternity at UT-Austin, hosts a popular Dia de los Muertos event listed on the city's holiday website .
  • Congress President Sonia Gandhi hospitalised after complaining of stomach upset

    Congress President Sonia Gandhi hospitalised after complaining of stomach upset

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    She is suffering from stomach ailment and has been admitted for observation, said Rana. She was flown into the national capital in an air ambulance from Shimla, where she had gone on Thursday on a personal visit after nearly a year. The doctors of the hospital also said that there was nothing to worry about her health. Polling in Himachal Pradesh will be held in a single phase on November 9.
  • Small company awarded big Puerto Rico contract has ties to Trump administration

    Small company awarded big Puerto Rico contract has ties to Trump administration

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    This week, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello said in a tweet that he had asked the Office of the Inspector General to conduct a review of the contracting process. Cruz, who said the contract should be "voided right away", went back and forth with Whitefish, which tweeted, "We've got 44 linemen rebuilding power lines in your city & 40 more men just arrived.
  • Grambling student arrested for double murder on campus

    Grambling student arrested for double murder on campus

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    The shooting happened after a fight started inside of a dorm room and ended up in the courtyard. The warrant was issued after LPSO investigators gathered vital evidence and conducted many interviews from witnesses. Classes at the historically black college were held as usual, but Gallot said the campus will have "increased police and security" this week. He also said that student leaders chose to hold a "peace walk" on Friday instead of a homecoming pep rally.
  • NHS could have avoided WannaCry attack by taking 'simple action'

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    Minister of State for Security Ben Wallace said the government was holding the secret state responsible for the global attack . In total at least 81 out of 236 trusts across England were affected . Cyber security researchers quickly identified a possible link to North Korea. Part of the problem being that NHS Digital can not mandate a local body to take action even if it has concerns about the vulnerability of an organisation.