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Kesari (Hindi Movie)
Hindi Movie
KESARIis a Hindi action-war filmstarring Akshay Kumarand Parineeti Chopra inthe lead roles and directed by Anurag Singh. It tells the history of Havildar Ishar Singh, who

Badla (Hindi Movie)
Hindi Movie
Badla(transl:Revenge) is a Hindimysterythriller, directedbySujoy Ghoshand starringAmitabh BachchanandTaapsee PannuSynopsis: A young dynamic entrepreneur finds herself in a locked

Festival Of Colors Holi | Goshala
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AzGoshala Presents 5th AnnualHoli - Festival Of Colors For Volunteering please contact : -Umesh 408-219-7925 orBala 480-319-1602 Food Vendors please contact : - Rajesh 480-229-9723

Chambal (Kannada Movie)
Kannada Movie
Subhash is an IAS officer who is posted as the district commissioner in the Karnataka region. Through his strong vigil and courage, he becomes a threat to the entire corrupt system

Ugadi Celebrations | Telugu Association
Cultural
Your entry ticket will get youFREE Entertainment & SNACKS & DINNER.Ugadi Sambaralu. SO MUCH FUN AND SO MUCH TELUGU VINODAM... WITH UGADI PACHADI "U" - thsavam

As many as 70 UK opposition Labour lawmakers oppose second Brexit referendum

Mar 3 (AZINS) As many as 70 of Britain's opposition Labour lawmakers oppose holding a second Brexit referendum, Labour lawmaker Caroline Flint said on Sunday.

Earlier this week Labour said it would back a second referendum in order to try to prevent either a 'no deal' or Prime Minister Theresa May's deal.

"I think there are something like 60-70 Labour members of Parliament who feel as strongly as I do against a second referendum," said Flint, who represents an area of Britain which voted to leave the EU at the 2016 referendum.

'UK likely to be forced into Brexit delay if PM May's deal rejected'

Britain is likely to be forced into delaying its March 29 exit from the European Union if parliament rejects Prime Minister Theresa May's deal later this month, junior justice minister Rory Stewart told Sky News on Sunday.

May has promised to bring a revised deal back to parliament by March 12, and if lawmakers reject it they will be given an opportunity to vote to leave without a deal or to extend the Article 50 negotiating period.

"I think we would have to be forced into an extension of Article 50," Stewart said when asked which option he would chose if May's deal is rejected. "There doesn’t seem to be parliamentary majority for 'no deal'."

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