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Thugs of Hindostan box office day 4: Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan film takes a nosedive, earns Rs 16 crore

MUMBAI: After smashing several records on the day of its release, Thugs of Hindostan has started on a downhill journey ever since the critics gave the film a thumbs down. The film, which opened with a record breaking collection of Rs 50.75 crore, registered a remarkable fall during the weekend. It collected Rs 16.75 crore on its first Sunday, taking its four-day total to Rs 117.50 crore, as reported by Boxofficeindia.com. It had collected around Rs 28 crore on Friday and Rs 22.75 crore on Saturday.

Air India flights hit as contract workers go on strike in Mumbai

MUMBAI: At least three dozen domestic and international flight arrivals and departures were disrupted affecting thousands of passengers after over 1,000 contractual ground staffers resorted to a flash strike at the Mumbai airport early on Thursday, hitting Diwali travel schedules badly, officials said.

Holiday for students in 27 New Jersey school districts on Diwali

NEVADA, USA: Over 27 school districts in New Jersey will reportedly stay closed for students on November seven, the day of most popular Indian festival Diwali. This festival is celebrated in India by Hindus and Sikhs.

Schools to stay closed in 7 districts of New York state on Diwali day

Seven school districts in New York state will reportedly stay closed on November seven, the day of most popular Hindu festival Diwali; while another one has announced “student recess” on November seven.

Holiday for students in 13 school districts of New Jersey on Diwali day

Twelve school districts in New Jersey will reportedly stay closed for students on November seven, the day of most popular Hindu festival Diwali; while one will close on November six for Diwali.

Many US school districts closing on November 7, the day of Hindu festival Diwali

There will reportedly be no classes for students on November seven, the day of most popular Hindu festival Diwali; in many school districts in the states of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Maryland.

Hindus laud Jericho for Diwali holiday & ask closing all New York schools on Diwali

Welcoming Jericho School District (JSD) in New York declaring holiday on November seven for Diwali, Hindus are urging all public school districts and private-charter-independent schools in New York State to close on their most popular festival Diwali.

Hindus welcome Diwali holiday at New Jersey’s Bernards School District starting 2021

Hindus, who have been pushing for Diwali holiday at Bernards Township School District (BTSD) in New Jersey, have welcomed the announcement of holiday on Diwali, the most popular of Hindu festivals, starting 2021.

Hindus laud Chesterfield for Diwali holiday & ask closing all New Jersey schools on Diwali

Welcoming Chesterfield Township School District (CTSD) in New Jersey reportedly declaring school closure on November seven for Diwali, Hindus are urging all public school districts and private-charter-independent schools in New Jersey to close on their most popular festival Diwali.

Hindus push for Diwali holiday in Texas’ Frisco School District

Hindus are urging Frisco Independent School District (FISD), 30 miles north of Dallas with 23.84% students Asian, to proclaim official holiday on Diwali, most popular of Hindu festivals.

Lauding Edison for Diwali holiday, Hindus want all New Jersey schools close on Diwali

Welcoming Edison Township Public Schools (ETPS) in New Jersey declaring Diwali holiday for students, Hindus are urging all public school districts and private-charter-independent schools in New Jersey to close on their most popular festival Diwali.

Hindus to push for Diwali holiday as Maryland’s Montgomery Schools launches calendar survey

 Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS); headquartered in Rockville, Maryland; is launching a survey to develop 2019-2020 school year academic calendar, and Diwali is included in possible holidays listed.

Punjab government released list of holidays 2015

CHANDIGARH : The Punjab government today released a list of 33 holidays for 2015. The government will also observe 19 restricted holidays from which each employee can choose two days to observe as holidays.

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