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The team is confident "it will get better and better every year for India, now with the government supporting our films". The recent buzz is that the film is now out of the race. The 89th Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Centerin Hollywood, and will be televised live on the ABC Television Network at 7 p.m.
  • 5-magnitude natural disaster off California coast

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    The quake was centered about 102 miles (165 kilometers) in the Pacific Ocean west of Ferndale, California, at a depth of 6.2 miles (10 km), according to the USGS . The quake was felt from southern OR south into the Bay Area. "The radio is quiet", he said. California's northern coast is one of the most seismically active areas in the state, regularly enduring major quakes, the Times reported .
  • Judge denies mistrial request in church slayings

    Judge denies mistrial request in church slayings

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    Bruck argued that Sanders' statements were prejudicial, and that they suggested a sentence for Roof before his guilt had been established, the Post and Courier reported . "He is evil. There is no place for him except the pit of hell". Sanders answered that Roof said he was going to commit suicide. Thursday morning, the defense requested a mistrial after hearing the remarks of a shooting survivor, who took the stand on Wednesday.
  • Supreme Court favors Samsung over Apple in patent case

    Supreme Court favors Samsung over Apple in patent case

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    A unanimous Supreme Court on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016, sided with smartphone maker Samsung in its high-profile patent dispute with Apple over design of the iPhone. Apple claimed Samsung infringed on three design patents, including the front face of the device, the rounded corners of its smartphones and colorful square icons.
  • Will Italy's political drama spawn a new eurozone crisis?

    Will Italy's political drama spawn a new eurozone crisis?

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    Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has resigned after suffering a heavy defeat in a referendum over his plan to reform the constitution. The budget has already been given the green light by the lower house but the senate needs to give its nod as well, with the debate kicking off at 9:30 am (0830 GMT) and a vote expected to begin around 1:30 pm (1230 GMT).
  • Teenager who brought guns to Utah school disarmed by parents

    Teenager who brought guns to Utah school disarmed by parents

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    Before their son could do any serious damage, fast-acting Utah parents who noticed two family guns were missing Thursday morning tracked him down in a junior high classroom and quickly disarmed him, authorities said . The student did not say anything during the incident, and police said he pointed the gun at the ceiling and fired, then pointed it at his own neck.
  • Russia, Turkey keep lines open on Syria amid competing goals

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    In another development, Syrian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday said Erdogan's statement on Assad confirms Damascus' assertion of Turkish aggression in Syria, Sputnik news agency reported. Erdogan said that Turkey could not "endure" the unending killing of civilians and "had to enter Syria together with the Free Syrian Army". "The aim of the Euphrates Shield Operation is not any country nor any person, it is terror organizations", Erodgan said.
  • Tamil Nadu leader Jayalalitha suffers heart attack

    Tamil Nadu leader Jayalalitha suffers heart attack

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    Crowds thronged the hospital on Sunday evening while top leaders and common people across India prayed for her well-being and recovery. "Dr Richard Beale from London has also been consulted and he has concurred with the line of treatment by our cardiologists & pulmonologists", it said in another tweet.
  • Mamata stays put at secretariat, asks if it was army coup

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    She had subsequently launched a scathing attack on the Centre for allegedly running a "parallel government" through governors in states administered by non-NDA parties. Kolkata Police had in fact written a letter stating that Army should "not be sent" to the state, O'Brein said, adding that he would place that letter before Parliament on Monday.
  • Putin confident Trump will make responsible decisions

    Putin confident Trump will make responsible decisions

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    The Kremlin said last month that the two men agreed, in their first phone call after Trump's election win in November, on the need to "normalise" Russia-US relations. "We have a shared responsibility to ensure global security". We can also remember that in a forum last September, via Talking Points Memo , Donald Trump has dropped some compliments of his own for the Russian president, saying that as a leader, he has "great control over his country".