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'Sultan' raises the bar with over Rs 180 crore in opening weekend

'Sultan' raises the bar with over Rs 180 crore in opening weekend

It's not exactly apples-to-apples as PRDP bowed on a Thursday and Sultan had a Wed-Sun debut. Now, it has become the first film to earn 350 cr in just 5 days worldwide. The Sultan opening on Wednesday was the biggest of the year for Bollywood, the 2nd best of Khan's career and the 3rd ever for a Hindi film. It had collected Rs 142.62 crore in four days, which was higher than Dhoom 3's collection of Rs 128 crore.


Labor vows to repeal greyhound racing ban as backlash mounts

Labor vows to repeal greyhound racing ban as backlash mounts

He said Baird had not taken the issue to the party room and some National party members, including Katrina Hodgkinson, Kevin Humphries and Chris Gulaptis, said the premier's decision had come as a shock to them. Better regulation had been attempted many times over, he said. "They expect National party MPs will stand up for their communities". "There is anger directed at the rogues in the industry who have done the wrong thing and have put the industry's future on the line", he said.



Virtual reality game Pokemon Go takes Tulsa by storm

Maybe you wanted to play Pokémon Go in a country where it's not officially available yet. Police also say that parents should always be aware of what their children are doing on their phones. San Diego Pokemon trainers now have a tool to make the most of their time playing Pokemon Go . Using smartphone location services Pokeom Go lets users hunt for virtual Pokemon characters at real locatons near them.



Cop who shot Philando Castile thought he was a robbery suspect: lawyer

Reynolds said the officer told her that he stopped the vehicle for a broken tail light . Sterling , 37, was tackled to the ground before he was killed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana . Reynolds live-streamed the gruesome aftermath of the Wednesday shooting on Facebook . Castile "was not following the directions of the police officer", Kelly said, but he declined to provide further detail.


Dallas police shooter wrote cryptic message in blood, chief says

Dallas police shooter wrote cryptic message in blood, chief says

Johnson scrawled the initials "RB", which authorities are working to decipher. The owner of a community social services organization says the gunman who killed five police officers at a Dallas protest march worked for his organization. Two civilians were also hurt, the Dallas mayor's office said. Rawlings later visited the wounded at Parkland hospital, the same hospital where President John F.


Singapore court jails 4 Bangladeshis linked to Islamic State

Singapore court jails 4 Bangladeshis linked to Islamic State

The four are Rahman Mizanur, 31; Miah Rubel, 26; Md Jabath Kysar Haje Norul Islam Sowdagar, 31; and Sohel Hawlader Ismail Hawlader, 29. Singapore on July 12 sentenced four Bangladeshis to between two and five years jail after they pleaded guilty to raising money for an alleged Islamist terror plot in their home country.