Studio Weekend Estimates: ‘It’ Does It Again w/ $60M; ‘American Assassin’ Shoots To $14.8M; ‘Spider-Man’ Spends 11th Weekend in Top 10

Sunday Update: The most surprising box office breakout in years kept floating to the top, as Warner Bros. horror It took first place again with an estimated $60.0 million.

Following last weekend’s monster debut, which smashed even the most optimistic projections, the film declined only 51 percent in its second frame — a better hold than

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Thursday Night Report: ‘American Assassin’ ($915K) ‘mother!’ ($700K) Debut; ‘IT’ Sets More Weekday Records

Friday Update: CBS Films and Lionsgate report this morning that American Assassin earned an estimated $915,000 from last night’s opening shows. The studio is comparing last night’s debut to that of the first John Wick — which took in $870,000 on Thursday in October 2014 — and Mechanic: Resurrection ($390,000 in August 2016).

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India Sticks to Plan of Leasing Third Russian Nuclear Submarine

India Sticks to Plan of Leasing Third Russian Nuclear Submarine
India Sticks to Plan of Leasing Third Russian Nuclear Submarine

India is pushing for a plan to station its shipbuilding team at a Russian shipyard to witness the complex refitting and modernisation process of nuclear attack submarines

NEW DELHI — India has decided to go ahead with its plan to lease a third nuclear attack submarine from Russia. Sources said a Project 971 SSN submarine has been picked out from a

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North Korea Nuclear Test More Powerful Than Estimated: Japan

North Korea Nuclear Test More Powerful Than Estimated: Japan
North Korea Nuclear Test More Powerful Than Estimated: Japan

SUICIDAL MISSION: Is the maverick dictator having the last laugh?

Earlier in the day, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called on the international community to form a united front against Pyongyang's provocations

TOKYO: Japan's defence minister on Tuesday said North Korea's latest nuclear test was more powerful than initially estimated, with a

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Rs8b approved for road sector

PHOTO: EXPRESS

LAHORE: Punjab Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) approved five schemes of the road sector at an estimated cost of Rs8,660.384 million.

FY 2017-18: RDA, WASA to present budgets today

These schemes were approved in the 14th meeting of PDWP of the current Fiscal Year 2017-18. The moot was presided over by Punjab Planning and Development

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