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The Next Three Days


About The Next Three Days

The Next Three Days is an adaptation of the 2008 French film Pour Elle.

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  • Russell Crowse, as a teacher whose wife is arrested and convicted of a murder she says she did not commit

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Udayan Mane Shines in Round One with Six-Under-64
Business Wire IndiaUdayan Mane of Bengaluru seized the round one lead at the Rs. 1 crore CG Open 2015 with a superb six-under-64. Abhinav Lohan of Faridabad and Greater Noida’s Mandeo Singh Pathania were in tied second, one off the lead

Lithium Exploration Group CEO Distributes July Newsletter Part 3 of 3 -- Water Scarcity
Lithium Exploration Group Inc. (OTCQB: LEXG) CEO discusses the lithium industry, the oilfield waste disposal industry, and water scarcity in his July 2014 newsletter:

September in New York City: 7 Things to Do in NYC This September 2014 Listed by NYCTourist.com
The vast amount of cultural opportunities in New York City can be astounding. Whether the focus is on food, music, performance, or just taking in the sights and sounds of the city, NYC can accommodate to every individual's preference. Today, NYCTourist.com, a travel and tourism guide to the city, announced a list of 7 activities to consider during September in New York City.

Ninth Edition of Entertainment Expo Hong Kong Opens
Entertainment Expo Hong Kong, Asia's leading entertainment industry gathering, opened today and continues through 13 April at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) and other venues throughout the city.Entertainment Expo features nine multimedia events, including the 17th edition of the Hong Kong International Film and Television Market (FILMART)

Oram says three month lay off no excuse for Kiwis non-performance
New Zealand allrounder Jacob Oram has said the three month lay off is no excuse for the Black Caps not performing in their two Twenty20 matches against the West Indies in Florida.

MCG curator preparing to leave some grass on pitch for Boxing Day Test
MCG curator Cameron Hodgkins has revealed that he will be leaving some grass on the pitch that is to be used for the Boxing day Test between India and Australia next week.

Three years after 26/11, Mumbai residents say city is still unsafe
Residents of Mumbai continue to maintain that the city is still unsafe because of the poor level of security.

Hisar locals in tune with Kejriwal, accuse Congress of being corrupt
Residents of Hisar appear to be supporting Anna Hazare's aide Arvind Kejriwal's appeal not to vote for the Congress Party in the Hisar by-poll, as they see the ruling party steeped in corruption.

Lokpal Bill row: Arvind Kejriwal hits out at Centre again
Hitting out at the Centre yet again over the delay in passing of an effective Lokpal Bill, RTI crusader Arvind Kejriwal, a key figure in veteran social activist Anna Hazare's crusade against corruption, on Sunday said they are asking the people not to vote for the ruling Congress Party, as it is not governing properly and indulging in corruption.

26/11 case: SC likely to take up Kasab's letter challenging death penalty
The Supreme Court is likely to take up on Friday Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab's letter challenging the death penalty awarded to him in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

Kasab appeals against death sentence in Supreme Court
Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, today moved the Supreme Court challenging the death penalty awarded to him.

Pak FM Khar calls for conclusive environment to forge better ties with India
Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has reiterated to forge a good relationship with India in all spheres and emphasised that there is a need to build a conclusive environment between the two neighbouring nations.

Drought affects over 12 million people in South West China
A drought has left over 12.6 million people short of drinking water in China's southwestern region.

Nawaz told US senators he was convinced 26/11 attackers were Pakistanis: WikiLeaks
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif believed that the terrorists who attacked Mumbai on November 26, 2008, were Pakistani in origin, according to a US diplomatic cable unveiled by whistle-blower website WikiLeaks.

Bin Laden's obsession with 9/11 spectaculars prompts heightened security across US
The numerous references to the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington, in the documents seized from Osama bin Laden's lair in Abbottabad, have prompted heightened security measures across the United States in the build up to the sensitive date.

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