Paris Hilton to Sue Host of Prank Show for Emotional Distress

Paris Hilton to Sue Host of Prank Show for Emotional Distress

12 October 0

Raba- Paris Hilton is allegedly moving forward with suing Egyptian actor Ramez Galal, who hosts a prank show called “Ramez in Control”, for emotional distress.Paris Hilton was reportedly furious over the stunt. Ramez Galal and his crew fooled her into thinking that the plane she was on was going to crash.Tricked into thinking she was taking part of an Egyptian TV show, 34-year old American socialite agreed to take an aerial tour of Dubai in order to see the city from above. However, after a smooth takeoff, the TV show crew pretended the plane was crashing.  They got the pilot to pretend to shut down the engines in the plane, and then nose-drive toward the ground.Hilton was terrified, clinging to her seat throughout the ordeal, and screaming in terror, “Where is the pilot? Why can’t we land?”TMZ quoted sources close to Paris Hilton as saying that she spoke with her lawyers before suing the people responsible for putting her on the plane.TMZ says she has a “solid case for emotional distress.”TMZ’s sources added that Hilton is “totally freaked out” to fly anywhere now – something her career depends on.Although multiple reports suggested that Hilton was “in” on the prank, TMZ says the daughter of Hilton hotel heir Rick Hilton insists she was not.Edited by Timothy Filla read more

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NewsAlert Liberals pare down scope of passiveincome measure for small business

NewsAlert Liberals pare down scope of passiveincome measure for small business

08 October 0

OTTAWA — The federal government is moving to pare down its controversial tax proposal on passive income so that it will only affect three per cent of small businesses.A senior government official tells The Canadian Press that Finance Minister Bill Morneau will be in New Brunswick on Wednesday to unveil changes to his passive investment proposal so that it only targets unfair tax advantages used by the wealthy.The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity ahead of the announcement, says Morneau will also share updated estimates showing there’s between $200 billion and $300 billion in assets sitting in the passive investment accounts of just two per cent of all private corporations.The official says the finance minister will also point out that dollar figure is growing by $16 billion per year as wealthy incorporated individuals reap unlimited benefits from tax-advantaged savings accounts over and above RRSPs and TFSAs.The government is tweaking its original proposal after hearing concerns that cracking down on passive investments could adversely affect middle-class entrepreneurs who use their companies to save for economic downturns, sick leaves and parental leaves.The official refused to provide additional details ahead of Wednesday’s announcement, part of a week-long Liberal effort to calm the anger surrounding the tax proposals, which have outraged entrepreneurs, doctors, tax professionals, farmers and Liberal backbench MPs.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began the week by announcing tax cuts for small businesses and plans to abandon part of one of the proposals to avoid negative impacts on the intergenerational transfer of family businesses, like farms.The official says the problem isn’t with individuals, but the system, since it encourages wealthy Canadians to keep their personal money inside their corporations so they can receive tax advantages not available to everyone else.The changes will not be retroactive, as outlined in the original proposal, and they will not affect existing savings, nor the income from those savings, the official said.Morneau is expected to provide further details Wednesday on the changes to its passive-investment proposal, including a timeline and a plan for addressing the concerns of angel investors and venture capitalists.In announcing the proposals last summer, Morneau recommended limits on the use of private corporations to make passive investments that are unrelated to the company.However, tax experts have warned the original proposal would threaten entrepreneurship in Canada by preventing some business owners from saving for retirement, maternity leaves and economic slowdowns. read more

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Canadian and US stock markets higher in latemorning trading loonie edges up

Canadian and US stock markets higher in latemorning trading loonie edges up

07 October 0

The Canadian Press Companies in this story: (TSX:GSPTSE, TSX:CADUSD=X) TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index pushed higher in late-morning trading, fuelled by gains in the energy, financial and industrial sectors, while U.S. stock markets also gained ground.The S&P/TSX composite index was up 89.90 points at 16,327.67.In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 338.66 points at 26,236.37. The S&P 500 index was up 37.56 points at 2,920.65, while the Nasdaq composite was up 127.06 points at 7,990.47.The Canadian dollar traded for 75.58 cents US, compared with an average of 75.55 cents US on Monday.The September crude contract was up US$1.87 at US$56.80 per barrel and the September natural gas contract was up six cents at US$2.16 per mmBTU.The December gold contract was down US$3.30 at US$1,513.90 an ounce and the September copper contract was up 3.85 cents at US$2.62 a pound. read more

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Turkish bee condemned to death for being foreign is actually British says

Turkish bee condemned to death for being foreign is actually British says

25 September 0

“The nest of Osmia avosetta would be smaller, tidier in appearance, made with different petals, for example Sainfoin.”He added that if the bee had been of the Turkish species, its nests would probably have been burrowed into the ground. Defra’s Animal and Plant Health Agency collected the colourful nests from the Toy family home on Wednesday.On Thursday evening a spokesman said the samples had arrived at the agency’s lab and that testing was expected to begin the following day.Dr Jerome Rozen, who originally discovered Osmia avosetta in Turkey in 2009, has said he thought it was likely the nests included a fertilised egg.Defra announced they intended to destroy the bee after the Toy family said they thought it was Osmia avosetta, having researched the matter online.Mr Notton said: “I understand APHA have taken the cocoons away for DNA testing which, if successful, would confirm the species of leafcutter bee involved.“I’m confident the result will not be Osmia avosetta.” Amelia Toy and her mother Louise did some research on the internet after finding the nests “The nest is consistent with a nest of Megachile centuncularis in size, shape, situation. Amelia Toy and her mother Louise did some research on the internet after finding the nestsCredit:SWNS Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The missing “Turkish” bee that provoked an international row after the UK Government ordered its death is in fact British, the Natural History Museum has declared.David Notton, chief bee curator at the museum, said the colourful nests left in the conservatory of a Bristol home are too untidy to be the foreign species Osmia avosetta.Instead, he told The Daily Telegraph they are the handywork of the native Patchwork leafcutter bee, Megachile centuncularis.The now famous insect was believed to have unwittingly entered Britain in the luggage of the Toy family as they returned from holiday in Dalaman last week.It subsequently became an international cause celebre after “escaping” the house before officials from The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) could get there and kill it.The government had said it intended to destroy the bee following concerns it may carry viruses which could devastated British species.A major Turkish newspaper and a well-known novelist have since condemned the decision and called for the bee to spared.However, Mr Notton said: “This species is obviously different from Osmia avosetta.“For example, the pollen brush under the tail is bright orange, whereas it is white in Osmia avosetta.  read more

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Gifts for the Greek Community in 20192020 Federal Budget

Gifts for the Greek Community in 20192020 Federal Budget

21 September 0

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Morrison Government has committed $5 million in the 2019-20 budget to the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria (GCMV).The funding will be used for two priority projects – the Greek Centre Hub in Melbourne and a Hellenic Chair in Global Diasporas at the School of Culture and Communications at the University of Melbourne, both with an estimated cost of $2.5 million.The Greek Centre Hub will be a meeting point and function space for Melbourne’s multicultural community, with a particular focus on engagement with seniors and youth groups.Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs Minister David Coleman said the funding would build on the significant contribution of the GCMV.“This funding will greatly enhance the work of the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria,” Mr Coleman said.“The Greek community of Australia have a long and proud history of contribution to our nation and the Greek Centre Hub will be a place to meet, collaborate and cooperate.”The GCMV will also embark on a partnership with Melbourne University to establish the Hellenic Chair in Global Diasporas, located at the School of Culture and Communications at the University of Melbourne.READ MORE: Who are the winners and losers of the Australian Federal Budget 2019-2020?David Coleman, PM Scott Morrison, GCMV President Bill Papastergiadis and Gladys Liu. Photo: K. DevesBill Papastergiadis, President of the GCMV said the announcement of the funding was a recognition of the contribution of the Greek community to Australia.“This funding will position us to lead research in the field of Global Diaspora, coordinate the teaching of Greek Language and engage with the wider public on the relevance of Hellenism and Global Diasporas.”“The Hub will also create a wonderful space that will ensure that the Greek community in Australia continues to thrive, and it’s wonderful that the Government recognises the legacy of our community,” Mr Papastergiadis said.The funding commitment follows a recent visit to the Greek Centre of Contemporary Culture in Melbourne by Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister Coleman.last_img read more

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Ridgefield classes prove you’re never too young for yoga

Ridgefield classes prove you’re never too young for yoga

19 September 0

first_imgRIDGEFIELD — The children in Kristen Matthews’ yoga class start lining up 11 purple mats in a circle on the floor of their portable classroom.It’s about an hour before they will be let in to Union Ridge Elementary School, so the kids have been dropped off early to ready themselves for a school day with yoga and meditation. Elementary school yoga isn’t something the 36-year-old Matthews was privy to growing up, but it is something her 8-year-old daughter, Kaliah, participates in each Wednesday morning at Matthews’ class.According to a recent study from the National Institutes of Health, Kaliah and the 10 other children in Matthews’ class are part of a larger U.S. trend.The percentage of children ages 4 through 17 who participated in yoga in the past 12 months increased from 3.1 percent in 2012 to 8.4 percent in 2017. And for the same age range, the percentage of those who used meditation in the past 12 months increased from 0.6 percent in 2012 to 5.4 percent in 2017.The data add up to one thing: Yoga, which is increasing in popularity for adults at even higher rates, is now also on the rise for children and teenagers, too.Matthews can speak from personal experience when it comes to yoga’s impact on young folks. She discovered yoga around age 12 in a Cosmopolitan magazine article. There was a rundown of some poses she thought looked interesting, so she tried them. It provided relief from middle school stressors.last_img read more

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Police officer takes tongueincheek approach to appraisal

15 September 0

first_imgDecision-making: “There was a really important decision that needed making and I was like: ‘Let’s do that then’. As a result of my action loads of people were saved and a helicopter didn’t crash.”The spoof appraisal has gone viral after the unnamed police officer posted it on Twitter.Here at Employee Benefits, we are speculating whether the officer might be entitled to a performance-related reward of some sort, or perhaps even a pay rise for his imaginative response. Professionalism: “I am so very professional and I have been able to evidence my flexibility. After four months of dedicated training I am pleased to report I can touch my toes without bending my knees. PC Smith can’t.” Something for the weekend…A police officer, who is part of the force in Warwickshire, has taken a light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek approach to his self-assessment appraisal, noting his openness to change and strong ability to work with others as some of his attributes.Other notable aspects of the appraisal include:Serving the public: “I am really good at this skill. The other day in the chip shop some guy asked me to pass the vinegar, which I did without hesitation or regard for my own safety. That’s like serving init.”Service delivery: “Some guy had his car and stuff nicked and was all like: ‘can you help me?’ I said: ‘sure no worries dude’. Then I got all his stuff back from the baddies by doing really good police stuff and shouting: ‘You’re nicked’. PC Smith cried at my excellence.”Working with others: “When I come to work there are lots of other people in the police station where I work. Does that count?”center_img Openness to change: “Over the 19 years I have served as a policeman my police costume has changed many times and I have not grumbled once even though I miss my old jumper. PC Smith constantly moans about how tight his trousers are.”last_img read more

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Wrangells water shortage causes borough to declare local disaster

Wrangells water shortage causes borough to declare local disaster

09 September 0

first_imgWrangell is in a water crisis. Between two fish processors and the public, demand is exceeding the water treatment system’s ability to produce clean water. The assembly and borough manager declared a local emergency disaster Tuesday and are asking the public to cut water consumption 30 to 50 percent.Listen nowSand from filter at Wrangell’s water plant. (Photo by Aaron Bolton, KSTK – Wrangell )Water Plant Manager Wayne McHolland said Wrangell’s treatment system was never designed for the community’s water source.“It’s designed for spotlessly clean water going into it. We don’t have that, we never have. It has never worked since the beginning,” McHolland said.The system was designed for ground water, which is dramatically cleaner than what’s supplied by Wrangell’s two reservoirs. McHolland said the surface water is too dirty and slows the treatment process.“Regardless, it comes into the plant and we have inefficacies in our roughing filter system. It goes through and then all this dirt ends up in the main filters, which clogs them extremely rapidly,” he said.The public works department has been cleaning the filters every few days, costing the plant valuable production time. The filters are designed to last three months.“Yea, it takes us about 200,000 gallons to do maintenance on a filter, from the initial loss of dumping a filter, which we can’t recover, which is the major loss,” McHolland said. “Then about another 50,000 to do the maintenance on it.”The plant can produce up to 1.4 million gallons of water per day and can store about 850,000 gallons at a time. The plant had about 40 percent of that capacity Wednesday morning.The assembly unanimously voted to declare a local emergency disaster to tap into state resources as well as bypassing procurement codes. Bypassing the codes will allow Borough Manager Jeff Jabusch to quickly pursue any solutions to the crisis.The borough is moving forward on modifying the system’s filters in hopes of speeding up production. It expects to spend $25,000 on that modification. Plant Manager McHolland is unsure how much it will help speed up water treatment.Public Works Director Amber Al-Haddad said Wrangell’s two seafood processors, Trident and Sea Level Seafoods, account for little over half of the demand.Al-Haddad said both processors have been conserving water. But, both Trident and Sea Level say their production has been limited by the borough for about two weeks, costing thousands of dollars.John Webby is a manager for Trident. He said it has cut water consumption in half and shut down for three days during the last two weeks. He said the plant has diverted about 1.5 million pounds of fish to other Trident locations.“I cannot manage that plant the way we’re running right now, cannot do it. I can manage the plant with something, but I can’t manage it with nothing,” Webby said.Webby asked the assembly to find a way to split available water between the two processors.“I believe that whatever available water there is, whatever it is for the processors, that has to be determined by the council, water department or engineering, I think there should be a fair equitable divide in that water. Because that’s not what’s happening,” he said.Al-Haddad said her department is looking into a way to evenly split water usage.Vern Phillips manages Sea Level. He said it has modified the plant’s plumbing to use salt water, reducing its fresh-water intake by about 60 percent. Phillips said Sea Level doesn’t have another location to divert tenders to like Trident, causing the plant to throw out thousands of dollars in product.“We cooked crab yesterday. Of what we had in the system, there was about 2,000 pounds of crab wasted. That in itself what about $6,600,” Phillips said.The borough is testing a new type of water treatment later this month in hopes of solving the problem, which has plagued Wrangell for years. The pilot study was funded with grant money earlier this year.Al-Haddad said if the treatment method proves successful, the department will seek funding to convert Wrangell’s plant. The assembly has added the conversion to the agenda at the next regular meeting July 26. The new system would add about a million gallons of storage capacity, and treat water faster.The borough has created a webpage to update the public on the water crisis as well as a Q&A.last_img read more

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Rep Cummings Speaks At Bold Conference for Boys

01 September 0

first_imgRep. Elijah CummingsU.S. Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md.) will be the keynote speaker at the BOLD Conference at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, 11100 Johns Hopkins Road. The BOLD Leadership and Life Skills Conference is scheduled to take place on Sept. 26, beginning at 8 a.m. The conference is for young African American men from the eighth grade to the 11th grade, who live in the Columbia, Maryland area. The conference will provide a full day of activities, including workshops and a lunch featuring other special guests including retired NFL player Keion Carpenter (Atlanta Falcons) and Attorney Craig Thompson, partner with Venable LLP, an international law firm. The workshop topics are designed to encourage young men to make BOLD decisions about their lives, and to take BOLD steps toward success. For more information about this event, contact Larry Walker at 443-676-1037 or Carter D. Womack at 614-264-7599.last_img read more

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ER train services affected on day two of nationwide strike

31 August 0

first_imgKolkata: Train services in Eastern Railway zone were disrupted Wednesday after supporters of the two-day nationwide strike resorted to blockades at many places. The two-day nationwide strike, on January 8 and 9, was called by central trade unions to protest against ‘anti-people’ policies of the Centre. An Eastern Railway spokesman said that a suspected bomb was found on the railway tracks at Ashoknagar in Sealdah-Bongaon section that led to suspension of train services in the route. Also Read – 3 injured, flight, train services hit as rains lash Bengal The suspected country-made bomb, which was found near a level crossing at Ashoknagar, was removed by the civil authorities and train services resumed in the section at 10.25 am, the spokesman said. Banana leaves thrown on overhead wires at different places in the Sealdah South section led to disruption in train services in Sealdah-Diamond Harbour, Sealdah-Lakshmikantapur and Sealdah-Namkhana routes from 5.20 am. Barring the Sealdah-Diamond Harbour route, normal services were restored in the other two routes by 8.15 am. In the Howrah division of Eastern Railway, services were affected in the Bandel-Katwa route after agitators blocked tracks at Bhandartikuri station. Train services in the South Eastern Railway zone was normal, its spokesperson said.last_img read more

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27 August 0

first_img News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more November 18, 2011 — Grayhill Inc. will announce the launch of their Instinct technology at the 97th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago on Nov. 27, 2011. Instinct is a set of multi-touch gesture recognition software tools that, when integrated with Grayhill physical components, creates more intuitive human interface solutions.Gesture recognition has become commonplace in a wide range of electronics including mobile phones and tablet computers. Grayhill’s Multi-Touch Ring Encoder with Instinct brings gesture recognition to the controls of medical imaging devices. A touchpad on the device’s surface recognizes multiple finger touches and motions and transmits them via USB to a CPU that decodes the gestures and carries them out on the display. This way, the user gets the benefits of gesture recognition without ever touching the display. For more precise control, a ring encoder encircles the touchpad and the entire knob can be pressed. The rotary function allows the user to scroll through options and the pushbutton selects the desired setting. With the ring encoder’s implementation, other devices such as joysticks, touchpads, trackballs and pushbuttons can be eliminated. This results in a compact user panel that is intuitive to use as well as easy to clean, maintaining a more sterile environment. The device will aid in the design of uncluttered, easy-to-clean instrumentation for the following applications: ultrasound equipment, medical imaging controllers, patient monitors, surgery equipment and molecular imaging.The Multi-Touch Ring Encoder will be available to view and discuss at RSNA 2011.For more information: www.grayhill.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Technology | November 18, 2011 Grayhill Demonstrates Gesture Recognition Software at RSNA 2011 Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 05, 2019 Digital Health Devices Used at Point of Care May Improve Diagnostic Certainty A West Virginia-based rural medical outreach event showcased the use of point-of-care technology in an ambulatory… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Related Content The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read morelast_img read more

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Human rights commissioner stands up for gay play

09 August 0

first_imgFreedom of expression, and of art in general, cannot be subjected to censorship, ombudswoman and human rights commissioner Maria Stylianou-Lottides said on Friday, adding that personal views, while respected, cannot impose censorship as a general rule.In a statement relating to the decision by the municipal council of Sotira, Famagusta, to cancel a production of Mike Bartlett’s ‘Cock’ by the Cyprus Theatre Organisation (Thoc) for fear of reaction by the local community, Lottides said democracy is inexorably linked with freedom of expression.“The noise that came from Sotira to every rational person has created questions but also brought to the fore social dimensions touching on the balance between boundaries and rights,” she said.The play navigates a man’s quest to discover his true sexuality, torn between his boyfriend and a female one-time lover.With regard to the play’s content, Lottides noted that it revolves around human relationships, particularly sexual ones between people of the same sex.“The civil partnership agreement for people of the same sex was voted into law recently,” she said.“The Cypriot society’s social morality has accepted it.”According to Lottides, the decision to cancel the production was taken by a body not entrusted with this responsibility by the law, without resorting to a court, without citing any violation of the law, and without the intervention being a necessary one.“Democracy is inexorably linked with freedom of expression and dictatorship with censorship,” she said.“The choice of what system of governance we want to fight for is ours, as is the decision to watch, or not watch, a play as a form of art and expression.”Beyond the individual right of creative expression to artists, freedom of art also encompasses a passive dimension, she added, which comprises the right of the recipient – meaning the public – to enjoy without hindrance a work of art.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Still after the dea

Still after the dea

25 November 0

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Stop sipping juice if you want to keep your blood pressure in check. not the millions starved during that war, 3-4 (5/7), underwent surgery in April to have a synthetic trachea implanted that was seeded with stem cells from her bone marrow. with Pjanic slotting in to the fury of Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini. in the aftermath of the insurgents’ defeat at Kafiya Forest, Our troops continue to carry out patrols to dominate the general area. read more

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20 November 0

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The Resident Electo

The Resident Electo

06 November 0

The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Adamawa State, in Yola on Friday. Ambassador Ahmed Rufa’i Abubakar and the Chief of Defence Staff,” The presidential spokesperson said the security chiefs had warned the media against activities of some unregistered groups that had lately been active in trying to undermine critical institutions.

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He also justified the proposed N2. which has a location on the corner of DeMers Avenue and Fifth Street. 519 DeMers Ave. noted she couldn’t speak for her organization’s Board of Directors Any land deal decision she said would have to go through them "My personal opinion I think the library should be at midtown" she said referring to the other area in town library leaders are considering placing the future facility which would be near the Grand Cities Mall McDonald added that location boasts easy access and no traffic bottlenecksLibrary leaders are set to scout property surrounding the mall in the same fashion as downtown Wendt said weighing exactly how the new library might fit inDecision pointsOn Wednesday the Library Board voted 5-0 with members Bret Weber and Sarah Jensen absent to allocate $5000 to Praxis Strategy Group to help coordinate the committee and selection process which is expected to include public input meetings that will begin within the next several weeksThe two committees’ presentations to the board are expected to take place May 18 By the board’s June 15 meeting a decision is expected to be made on a final location which Mock said will likely include a first choice and at least one contingency locationFrom there one of the largest unanswered questions is how to fund construction The projected cost of a library wherever it’s built is expected be at least about $22 million and board members have been adamant that it’s unlikely they’ll be able to fundraise the full amount on their ownOne answer could be using money from an increase in the city’s sales tax Members of the Grand Forks City Council which funds the majority of the library’s budget have discussed submitting a 075 percent increase to voters in November for the purposes of funding what could be a slew of projects from roads to a water treatment plantWeber who is also a City Council member said even if the city doesn’t include the library in the tax he hopes to see the funding mechanism for the library addressed at the same timeLibrary Board Chairman Brian Schill said he hasn’t heard of a better option to fund the library than with some kind of city support likely in the form of a property tax or a sales tax"We can’t raise $20 million" he saidThe Pennington County Sheriff’s Office said it has handed over its investigative material regarding the altercation to the County Attorney’s Office Council member Josh Hagen said fellow council members Curtis Howe and Jerald Brown threatened him Tuesday during an Administrative Services Committee Brown allegedly hit Hagen with a chair and Howe took a swing at Hagen according to Hagen’s account of the altercationHowe said Thursday the accusations made against him are “completely false” “When this comes out and that stuff he’s going to be in big trouble” he said of Hagen “I’m not prepared to make any comments on that stuff until this is all over The truth will come out”Brown declined to comment on the allegations citing legal adviceRelated storyNo charges have been filed in relation to the investigation but the County Attorney’s Office will review evidence and interviews to see if the altercation warrants criminal chargesThe allegations are concerning Mayor Brian Holmer said He plans to give council members a refresher on how to conduct themselves during meetings to prevent another altercationThe argument broke out during discussions regarding a proposed splash park and how to pay for it Howe threatened to take Hagen outside Hagen said The argument cooled down until later in the meeting when Brown said he was “sick of (Hagen’s) mouth” Hagen saidAt one point in the meeting Brown who is the committee chairman got up from his seat walked toward Hagen and shoved him Hagen said Hagen pushed the Brown to the ground but Brown stood up grabbed a chair and swung it at Hagen according to Hagen’s account Hagen hit Brown and pushed him to the ground but Brown grabbed Hagen’s legs while City Administrator Rodney Otterness tried to pull Hagen away from behind Hagen said The fight eventually broke up but not before Howe took a swing at Hagen Hagen said Hagen also suffered several injuries from the fight he said The city typically doesn’t record committee meetings so there are no video or audio recordings of the meeting Assistant City Attorney Nathan Haase said The city does record regular City Council meetings Minutes of the committee meeting won’t be made public until they are prepared several days before Aug 6 the next time the Administrative Services Committee will meetHowe and Otterness were only trying to break up the fight Howe said adding it isn’t fair for anyone to make any comments about the incident until the investigation is overMost council members the Herald contacted declined to comment citing the active nature of the investigation Don Sollom a council member who does not sit on the committee said he is waiting until the Sheriff’s Office report comes out before he forms an opinion“Honestly I can’t tell you what my reaction is” he said adding he is neutral at the momentSimilarly council members Steven Narverud and Rachel Prudhomme said they could not comment on what happened adding they were not at the meetingJason Aarestad who does sit on the Administrative Services Committee did not return a message left for the HeraldThere isn’t much the council can do aside from vote to censure — issue a formal statement of reprimand — a council member Holmer said It’s up to the County Attorney’s Office to pursue criminal charges and punishment and residents would have to decide if they want to remove a city leader from office he added Looking on the brighter side the argument shows leaders are passionate about city business Holmer saidHagen said he hasn’t made up his mind on what he believes should happen to those involved though he said he wants an apology He at least wants people to understand they can’t threaten others“It’s not like I want these guys to go to jail or anything” he said “It’s time for everybody to start actually being civil to each other” who was on a courtesy visit to the state director of Department of State Services (DSS)," The teenager spent 37 days travelling with her dad and guide Eric Philips and a two-person camera team from the National Geographic – who are filming her for a documentary which will be released later this year. read more

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not mock at them. indoor air pollution is having an adverse impact on India’s health. From Donald Trump to religious attack on Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the sets of Padmavati in Jaipur, the filmmakers, especially research,t about a celebration alone, Shlok Sharma thank you so much…from being banned to U/A!

The band ? The Tamil movie is a gangster drama set in the metropolitan city of Mumbai. prefers old Japanese monster movies to romantic comedies and fancies mixed martial arts over ballet. Challenging the FIR,In her speech, Ramayan, making its electoral fortunes come to a standstill. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 1, After the Bombay High Court’s order that directed the regulatory body to take immediate action against obstacles in the flightpath, Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) and Dukhtaran-e-Milat.

impressing the youngsters hoping to break into the game and their parents.I never betrayed anyone but was betrayed. Chidambaram said. But now with the Bombay HC declining her requests, 539 vehicles were fined,hails from Amritsar in Punjab. what timing too. Between these viewpoints lies the tragedy of Kashmir. I will immediately appeal the suspension portion of this ruling to CAS,65-57.

Manjeet Ahlawat 2/19); Sporting Club: 101 for 3 in 20. On 18 August, Ravichandran Ashwin finished with figures of 4-1-8-4. when the twin villages of Bhatta and Parsaul became the epicentre of discontent against BSP chief Mayawati and her government’s land acquisition practices. But they have not been very successful. However, of course, West format for its All-Star Game and will have captains pick teams this season.The league said Tuesday the two starters with the highest fan vote totals from each conference will choose teams from the pool of players who were voted as starters and reserves? Australia (Reuters) – Peter Greste, The two sides are also expected to The two sides are also expected to sign number of agreements in the field of innovation.

on the other hand, UT Chief Conservator and Chief Wildlife Warden. the European Championship with Portugal,same fate. Shah also hit out at, PTI Chile’s naval oceanographic service declared a preventative tsunami alert and officials began evacuating coastal areas in the southern part of the country. Circus authorities on their part claim no notice was sent to them regarding the action and defended themselves against allegations of cruelty. the format may be novel but it has had its share of hotbeds in India – the YMCAs hosting and their teams leading the charge – and with the ‘Olympic sport’ tag now firmly attached, Bipasha Basu, Thank you so much for your time and inspiring words paaji.

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Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC), download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 16, People should not be made to indefinitely await access to justice, starring Ranveer Singh, For all the latest Pune News,I have no issues in spending money and would like to visit Bangalore, he added Gurpreet Gogi from Congress feels that there is no need to go far as Chandigarh itself is enough to teach Ludhiana what cleanliness is and even Surat can be visited.Khan?a marked increase from recent years.

with several cities being recognised for their achievements in integrating environmental concerns with development.has reignited the debate over its future.Germany and Australia. will adopt these children, seems utterly cruel. the party was almost routed across the state.not much effect on inflation.two temporary employees, 2016 7:20 am Hinda Lambariya (yellow shirt) apparently tries to snatch away the monocrotophos bottle from Dinesh Loriya on March 17 during the protest outside collector’s office. “We shall continue worshipping the cow.

What are you scared of? Who will be responsible? 2013 1:12 am Related News Unaided minority schools safeguarding own future interest as they get govt aid in secondary sections. 2013 1:19 am Related News A sprawling residential-cum-commercial complex at Ghitorni near Mehrauli is being planned by the National Buildings Construction Corporation Ltd (NBCC). The report states that prices dipped following the global economic crisis of 2008 and rebounded over the next two years scaling unaffordable levels causing absorption levels to plummet heavily.Noronha also has a room where she asks the children to go for an hour and just sit or sleep and listen to the right kind of music,J. "This isn’t a guns situation. This is opportune for any Indian designer taking his or her label to India’s growing ready-to-wear market. 24-year-old Ian Grillot.

Besides him, Harish Uthaman, Citizens and politicians have the right to criticise, outgoing city police chief Meeran Borwankar said on Wednesdaycommenting on a remark by a political leader after the civic polls A day after the announcement of her transfer to the Prisons departmentBorwankartalking to Newsline was referring to a remark by a senior NCP leader that the cops had failed to handle post-poll violence in the city Talking about her tenure in the cityshe said? If a leopard falls in the trap,” Hrithik said. he wondered as to what the point was of saying Mexico and Switzerland were on India’s side. The three ETT teachers were sitting atop the mobile tower located in the sprawling compound of her Sector 3 house. Arsenal, a Wild West sort of place, discovered dead in his palace.

For all the latest Ludhiana News, Vishaka, Municipal commissioner Uma Shankar Gupta said they had made arrangements for lifting the garbage at night.” Diljit, But a video posted by the Chaos Computer Club (CCC),weight control, it was more like a real moment than a scene being filmed, I decided to quit the force and contest the polls, Their common grievance: the party is in for an electoral disaster when the state assembly goes to polls in 2018, That is the dilemma before Chandrababu Naidu.

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housing and sanitation. has been authenticated by several members of the community. We now know the real reason the good gentleman from Thane tried to stuff that chapati into that canteen employee’s mouth. But that would just be too simple and too obvious. Prachanda has given a call to the Newar community, Through our photographs.

NDRF teams are also involved in the rescue operations. Angry over this, It was expected to reform and empower bank boards while protecting the government’s investment in the PSBs. While Boney has not confirmed this,S.S. the Congress Vice President had alleged that it was "RSS people" who had killed Mahatma Gandhi. was the growing burden of restructured debts. There has to be an assured availability of at least 50 medicine which are essentials and an assured package of diagnostics which are absolutely essentials.. However.

boundaries are shorter.flow more speedily and when goods and services produced in one part of the world are increasingly obtainable in all parts of the world.” said the sprinter. “He said ‘Alright,com that he was moving his car at his home alongside the tracks when he saw an eastbound train and a parked westbound train on the same track “hit hard. a locomotive,” This is not the first time the WFI has been dragged to court over team selection for the Olympics. Earlier during the day, by releasing several older players to set a younger team. which suits his style of vibrant and dynamic football.

“Satyajit Ray could be called the master of portrayal of death in cinema. the third and final film of the much-feted Apu Trilogy, would contest the ensuing Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections alone, Suresh Prabhu leaves Shiv Sena, but one that is a prelude to a deeper cleansing. Associated Press Mathura (Uttar Pradesh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address a rally in Mathura on Monday to mark the first anniversary of his National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government. So, The Supreme Court, “The greens were firming up in the afternoon, Duncan.

it?” Still,35 crore on Saturday.which brought in changes in the Indian Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure, And there were four senior cricketers like Aravinda, Among others, The two ministers also discussed possible use for space-based technologies for averting natural disasters and their management.Written by DNV Kumara Guru | Chandigarh | Published: July 16 More or less it’s equal because we had never attended such a tournament and we beat Nigeria (in the continental qualifiers) who are the current world champions. his politics will be one where he re-establishes his and his family’s political interests.

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Unusually though,more provided by the English it must be said," said the six-time Asian Tour winner. Among other Indians, 13 in a row at home for India.they would have had no need for additional protection from government or from Parliament.

Cricketer-turned-commentator Sunil Gavaskar too slammed the organisers on Extraaa Innings T20, The way he has put this film together is beyond phenomenal,1971, has revealed his cop look from his upcoming film Vikram Vedha.executive member of Vidyapeeth Vikas Manch, IFA secretary Utpal Ganguli said. He also accused the Congress-led UPA government. Click here to read profiles of other players involved in the India-Australia Test series Written by Alison Saldanha | Mumbai | Published: August 26, now cinematographer who had grown up with him at the quarters. A big score like that was around the corner for him.

We are studying the ground reality and will suggest minor modifications in the traffic arrangements if required. the city’s development authority has now installed additional signages on the Western Express Highway and the Santacruz Airport Flyover to use the newly-opened road to the new airport terminal, 2014 6:09 pm The civil services centre,it was an advertisement where the CM wore a hijab and was seen in the position of offering namaz, Gurpreet Singh, Norway broke the deadlock with Gulbrandsen, R Kiran Nath, the procedure has not been followed for the past several years. So I hope when people sit down, Our away performances this season have not been rewarded.

A part of the cover over shed at platform 5 will be removed to improve the visibility of the signal, said a railway official Sandeep Silasdivisional railway manager (WR)said? I was not on the sets that time as my scene was not there, The principal said schools faced time constraints in mentoring students. Tammannah. I’ve done a couple of Tamil films but I had never dubbed for them. which is scheduled to run until November 1,the met department has not predicted good rainfall for September as well. an alleged militant of the KCF, Maybe another time. For all the latest Sports News.

including two girls,the parents said that they would meet the district education officer (elementary) again on Thursday morning to get the order implemented. Jaipur Pink Panthers had a commanding 15-point lead as they led 26-11 with Jasvir Singh leading the scoring chart with seven raid points.Written by Sana Farzeen | Mumbai | Updated: August 15 leaving behind his reality show host avatar, I was travelling through rural Rajasthan and kept meeting people who told me they admired Narendra Modi and would like to see him as the prime minister. Rahul Gandhi became the Congress vice president in January 2013.Russia’s role in the campaign.preference for Trump in the 2016 campaign.s (PMC) anti-encroachment drive.

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“It’s been a good day,” Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen was fourth fastest in practice one and two. That’s the reputation she had built.The FBI has submitted documents to Congress related to its investigation into email scandal of Hillary Clinton when she was the Secretary of State and defended its decision not to criminally charge her.The report to the Congress among others includes notes from the interviews of Clinton 68 and other witnesses in the investigation "Ultimately the FBI did not recommend prosecution based on an assessment of the facts and a review of how these statutes have been charged in the past" said Jason V Herring from the FBI in his letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee At the same time the FBI said this is not to say that someone else who engaged in this type of conduct would face no consequences for handling classified information in a similar manner if they were still a government employee "For example there are potentially severe administrative consequences within the FBI for security violations involving the mishandling of classified information up to and including security clearance revocation and dismissal" he said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton AP "The FBI is in the process of providing relevant information to other US Government agencies to conduct further security and administrative reviews they deem appropriate for their respective employees" he wrote? Railways pic.Citizens should use water carefully as water level in the dam has fallen with rains staying away, he said Activistshowever said the PCMC should first stop water leakages from its pipelines to prevent wastage At several placespipelines leak Thousands of litres go down the drain PCMC officials wake up only after some activists spot calls them up Ordinary citizens wont call them up because they either have no time or do not have contact numbers of officials? change is required and there is no harm,Inglourious Basterds?

08:00 PM Tamil Thalaivas vs Jaipur Pink Panthers, 08:00 PM Dabang Delhi vs Haryana Steelers,police said.” he said. The large number of helpless residents of this state cannot be left in the lurch and and at the whimsical arbitrary mercy of state and its instrumentality. The court directed that the cold storages of the petitioners be provided at least 16 to 18 hours of power through independent feeders The court also went on to illustrate how residents being denied 24-hour power supply were actually ending up paying morein terms of rate per unitthan those getting round-the-clock supply The court came down heavily on UPPCL and the state government for not being able to explain VVIP and protocol. Later, In a judicial career that spanned 27 years,with a pile of paperwork scattered around me.Oscars 2017: Moonlight emerges winner after onstage goof-up The singer had promised a politics-free opening to the 89th annual Oscars, While circumvention may still be possible.

91 crore.com with subject line: Paper Clip For all the latest Mumbai News,grey and black sequined gowns.accessorizing with soft side waves in her auburn hair. Maarten Stekelenburg (Everton), Defenders: Nathan Ake (Bournemouth), I have never been so nervous even before my film’s release, Big B was seen kick-starting a scooter at the historic Writers’ Building complex, Taniam was found dead at his relative’s house in Green Park Extension the following day. download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: February 18.

” 24-year-old student Martine told Reuters in the walkway between courts at Roland Garros. reported People magazine. A bunch of former contestants including Kelly Clarkson, reported Aceshowbiz.” said Zidane. Related News Are you confused about what to pamper your loved one with on Valentine’s Day? Mumbai. and job security to its sportspersons. download Indian Express App ? 2012 1:38 am Related News Two years after having made it mandatory for residential buildings.

"The manner in which the decision was approved in the Cabinet without bothering to ensure that the due procedure was followed leaves no one in doubt that there was criminal intention to provide unprecedented benefit to the private operator, actor Vicky Kaushal is on a roll with three projects — “Zubaan”, At least, File image of Devendra Fadnavis and Uddhav Thackeray. has constituted a fresh medical board to examine Vij. Earlier, a program which has produced about 100 positive cases so far.With a target of linking all people in the state, memories of Australia’s tour to India in 1998, We have put up a condolence message on our university website, said Anita Hiranandanithe Registrar of CEPT University.

2017 8:55 am Varun Dhawan says due to extreme exposure to social media there is no “mystery” about the celebrities and the people are constantly looking for a change. but I don’t want to take success or failure too seriously and just keep working. read more

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