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Indian contingent arrives in Gold Coast


Muia won gold in 3,000m steeplechase at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games where Bett claimed silver in 10,000m. It would be recalled that the minister of sports, Solomon Dalung, recently announced the suspension of George from all athletics related events over an incident that took place during the Commonwealth Games in India in 2012 involving another athlete, Folashade Abugan. Read More »

Israeli prime minister Netanyahu rushed to hospital


Netanyahu has denied any wrongdoing and says he is the victim of a media witch hunt. The report is meant to present to decision makers a general analysis of the key events that impacted Israel throughout the year, most importantly being the conforming US foreign policy towards the region with the Israeli ruling far right politics. Read More »

EPA Chief Got Sweetheart Deal From Lobbyist Landlord


Details of the arrangement initially were reported by ABC News and Bloomberg . Among clients at Hart's lobbying firm is OGE Energy Corp., an electricity company serving Oklahoma and Arkansas. Hart said he did not work on the account, and while the firm had two meetings with Pruitt since he joined Trump's cabinet, "I was not aware of them", he said. Read More »

Woman gives birth 3 hours after finding out she's pregnant


A Florida woman awoke to what she believed were the consequences of a bad dish of General Tso's chicken, but instead had an unexpected baby in arms three hours later. "Why will a woman buy things for a baby that she knows she is not carrying?" She said she didn't gain a lot of weight. In addition to the warrant on the felony theft charge, investigators continue to seek Lois Riess in hopes of speaking with her about the death of her husband. Read More »

India, Pakistan agree to resolve issue of harassment of diplomats


Both countries have called upon each other to abide by the August 1992 CoC in dealing with diplomats in talks held here and also in Islamabad between Indian high Commissioner Ajay Bisaria and Pakistan foreign secretary Tehmina Janjua. Rejecting India's charge, Pakistan claimed that there had been as many as 26 instances of harassment and intimidation of its diplomats since March 7. Read More »

Baton Rouge police will fire officer who shot and killed Alton Sterling


Officer Howie Lake will be suspended for three days. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry announced Tuesday that his office isn't charging either officer with state crimes. The graphic video released Friday shows the incident from multiple angles. City police leaders were to determine in disciplinary hearings whether Salamoni and Lake violated any policies or procedures, Baton Rouge police Chief Murphy Paul has said. Read More »

Asansol Violence: Imam, who lost his son in riots, appeals for peace


Later, Babul lodged an FIR against the police. The industrial towns of Raniganj and Asansol hit the headlines after clashes between Hindus and Muslims erupted in West Bengal since Ram Navami celebrations on March 25. Shah condemned the violence in Asansol in West Bengal and said "such incidents are unfortunate and painful", the saffron party said in a statement. Read More »

France denies troop moves in Syria, as Turkey lashes out

Stating that Macron assured the SDF of France's support against Daesh, it added the support was particularly for "the stabilization of the security zone in the north-east of Syria, within the framework of an inclusive and balanced governance, to prevent any resurgence of Daesh in the waiting of a political solution to the Syrian conflict". Read More »

Alleged Russian hacker Nikulin extradited to US

Nikulin denies he's a hacker. The 30-year-old Nikulin, who had been detained in Prague's prison under the global arrest warrant from Washington since 2016, is accused by the court of the state of California in organizing hacker attacks in 2012 and 2013 on American social network websites and other facilities. Read More »

Texas megachurch pastor accused of swindling investors out of millions


Attorney Alexander C. Van Hook announced Friday. Cogdell said his client believed the bonds to be legitimate and had invested a significant amount of his own money into the scheme. The pastor allegedly manufactured the scheme with Gregory Alan Smith , who runs a financial management firm in Shreveport. "Instead of investing the funds, the defendants used them to pay personal loans, credit card balances, mortgages, vehicle purchases and other personal expenses", Van Hook said in a news ... Read More »

Jim Kelly Underwent 12-Hour Surgery to Remove Oral Cancer


Dr. Mark Urken, the operating surgeon, said that the cancer was "successfully" removed and that Kelly had begun his recovery. Doctors also re-constructed his jaw. Kelly announced March 1 that a biopsy revealed a recurrence of oral cancer. Jim Kelly is without question the most iconic sports figure the city of Buffalo has ever had. Read More »

Texas Mother Sentenced To Five Years In Prison For Voting Illegally


District Judge John McBryde, the sentencing judge in her fraud case, that she would not be able to vote in elections until she finished serving her sentence, supervised release included. Mason agreed to pay $4.2 million in restitution after pleading guilty to tax fraud in 2011. "I inflated returns", Mason said, according to the Star-Telegram. Read More »

Mega Millions prize up to $500+ million


The Friday night drawing will offer players a chance to spend $2 and dream of beating the staggering odds of 302.5 million to one and winning the big prize. A victor opting for the cash prize would take home $301 million, minus state and federal taxes. Two of those second-tier prizes were won in Kansas, turning a Pottawatomie County resident and a Lincoln County resident into millionaires. Read More »

Rihanna Shows Support for Howard University Students in Scandal Protest


As part of their protest, a crowd of students sang to Rihanna's hit B**** Better Have My Money on Friday - a moment captured on camera that has since gone viral. That double dipping exceeded the actual cost of attendance, though university officials didn't immediately reveal how much money was involved in the matter. Read More »

Trump 'looking forward' to talks with Kim


Speaking about infrastructure in OH on Thursday, Trump said that he may "hold up" the deal until after meeting with North Korea , "because it's a very strong card" and he wants to make sure everyone is treated fairly. Trump acknowledged that it will be extremely hard to pass his $1.5 trillion investment plan requiring $200 billion in federal funds unless Democrats provide needed support. Read More »

Modi's govt criticised after CBSE exam leak


He had on Thursday tweeted that the "exam leaks destroy the hopes and futures of millions of students". On Wednesday, the board ordered that students will have to re-write the exams for the two subjects, triggering outrage. It has demanded the sacking of HRD minister Prakash Javadekar and CBSE chairperson Anita Karwal and a judicial probe by a high court judge. A special team is already probing the matter and the guilty will not spared, he told reporters as he faced a barrage of ... Read More »

Sunny Friday, but snow back in forecast


Strong easterly winds will lead to some deep drifts of snow. "There is still some uncertainty about this but it looks like for parts of mid-Wales, the Midlands and northwards we'll see some snow for quite a time". Clearing will begin as early as Good Friday morning, but it won't be until much later in the day before the clouds thin significantly. Staying breezy and feeling cold. Read More »

Prepping for a Traditional Passover Seder


He signed off by wishing viewers a happy Passover and a happy Easter, thanking them and saying, "God bless you and God bless America". The prepared food includes an estimated 150 pounds of brisket, 60 pounds of cucumber salad and 200 pounds of roasted red potatoes. Read More »

US Intel Attempts to Contact Expelled Russian Diplomats - Moscow


Lithuania, which expelled three Russian diplomats, called the decision " disproportionate " because the country has " fewer diplomats working in Russia than Russia has in Lithuania ", the foreign ministry's spokeswoman said. Canada said that as a sign of solidarity with the United Kingdom, they will expel four Russian Diplomats. Russian Federation said on Thursday it was expelling 60 US diplomats over the row, and announced it would eject scores of diplomats from other countries that have ... Read More »

Kim Jong Un to meet South Korean president at border


It appears Trump believes holding up what he considers a "wonderful deal" for the U.S. until later in the North Korea negotiations will help keep pressure on South Korea to facilitate the talks. The agreement will allow the United States to sell more autos and auto parts while sparing South Korea the steel tariffs announced by the United States last week. Read More »

Ex-FBI deputy dir. McCabe launches legal defense fund site


The 21-year FBI veteran was sacked by the bureau just two days before he was set to retire, a punitive move that could deprive McCabe of his full retirement benefits. "His reward for that has been a termination that was completely unjustified, amidst repeated ad hominem attacks by the President of the United States". Read More »

Jerusalem Pilgrims Retrace Jesus' Footsteps on Good Friday


May the Blessings of the Crucified Lord be with each of you and your loved ones during this Holy Easter Season when we celebrate for 50 days the victory of God on the Cross. At the Church of Our Lady of Dolours, Good Friday prayer service will start at 2.30pm on Friday and continue till 6.30pm. Then the second Sabbath was the weekly Sabbath. Read More »

Karnataka Assembly Election: Counting day on Amavasya, political leaders' career at stake?


Meanwhile, state Congress working president Dinesh Gundu Rao said the party will complain to the Election Commission against the BJP, alleging that Shah and other leaders promised Raju's family monetary help of Rs 5 lakh. Other important dates regarding the elections are, last day to submit the nomination is 24 April 2018, scrutiny of the nominations will be done on 25 April 018, the last date to withdraw the nominations is 27 April 2018. Read More »

Loveland-area weather: Showers possible Saturday; sunny on Easter


It has been a gorgeous day with many of us reaching the 80 degree mark. Easter Sunday will showcase a break in between systems with partly cloudy skies and isolated showers (rain & graupel). Much colder temperatures will work into the area overnight as lows fall to the middle to upper 30s for Friday morning . Be the first to know when news happens. Read More »

Erdogan: Turkey prepares for further operations in northern Syria


French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday vowed to send troops to Syria in support of the US-led coalition to block any further advance by Turkey who has promised to continue its military offensive east of Afrin. Earlier, the Turkish National Security Council said that Turkey would take action if Kurdish forces do not draw from Syrian Manbij. Turkey began the so-called Operation Olive Branch in Afrin on January 20 to clear the northern Syrian border of the US-backed Kurdish militants of ... Read More »

You Need To Know Hold Recommendation for: Banco Santander, SA

Volume is extremely important point of concern in technical analysis while price is the primary point of concern in technical analysis . However, volume deserves more than a cursory glance. These moving averages assist traders to smooth out some of the noise found in day-to-day price movements and give them a clearer picture of the trend. Read More »

Blow to Stormy Daniels, judge denies her motion to depose Trump, Cohen


Cooper called it the "most talked about hush agreement in history", as it has been all over the news since the business mogul became president in 2016. He didn't use a condom, she said, and she didn't ask him to. The implication is clear enough, though, that it had to be someone from Trumpworld. Cohen violated the NDA when he disclosed details of the agreement to the Wall Street Journal, and it should therefore be considered invalid, Avenatti alleges. Read More »