Mumbai: Actor Rana Daggubati is set to produce the biopic on celebrated cricketer Muttiah Muralitharan, the makers announced on Tuesday. The film to be produced under Rana’s banner Suresh Productions, features Vijay Sethupathi as the Sri Lankan spin legend. Rana said he is excited to have Sethupathi on board for the film to be directed by MS Sripathy and co-produced by Dar Media Pvt Ltd. “Suresh Productions is going to be associated with Dar films in telling the story of a legend through legendary actor – Vijay Sethupathi as Muttiah Muralitharan… Coming soon,” Rana said in a statement here. Rana’s recent home production film “Oh Baby!” was a blockbuster. The currently untitled biopic will go on floors in December.
New Delhi: Disgruntled Aam Aadmi Party MLA Alka Lamba met Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday, fuelling speculations of her joining the grand old party ahead of the Delhi Assembly elections scheduled to be held early next year. Lamba, however, said that she met Gandhi to discuss a number of issues, including the current political situation of the country. She started her political career with the Congress, and had served the party in various capacities for around 20 years before joining the AAP. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderThe AAP MLA from Chandni Chowk had last month announced that she has made up her mind about leaving the party and contest the upcoming Assembly election as an Independent. Lamba has been at odds with the Aam Aadmi Party for some time now. After the party’s defeat in Lok Sabha polls, she had sought accountability from its national convener Arvind Kejriwal. She was then removed from the official WhatsApp group of the party lawmakers. She had also refused to campaign for party in the Lok Sabha polls and refrained from participating in Kejriwal’s roadshow after she was asked to walk behind his car during the event. Lamba first hit a rough patch with the AAP over its decision to pass a resolution to revoke Rajiv Gandhi’s Bharat Ratna. She raised objections to the party’s resolution.
TORONTO – Toronto police have laid more charges in an investigation into allegations of sex assault at an all-boys’ private school in Toronto.They say five youth have now been charged in connection with an alleged sexual assault. They are facing sex assault and assault charges for an incident at the school that was caught on video. Four of them are already accused in a separate incident at St. Michael’s College School.READ MORE: How the St. Michael’s College School sex assault scandal unfoldedPolice say they have investigated eight separate incidents at the school so far, and they don’t expect further charges. However, a seventh teen has been arrested in connection with incidents at the school. The boy, 15, reportedly turned himself into police. According to police all of the incidents allegedly took place in the fall of this year.READ MORE: 7th St. Michael’s student arrested: reportsIn mid-November, St. Michael’s College School’s administration said it received a video of an assault that took place in a boy’s washroom at the school. CityNews has viewed the video and it shows an underwear-clad teen being slapped and splashed with water by several boys. Another video of a separate incident shows a group sexual assault in a school locker room that involved a broomstick.Two top school officials resigned in wake of the scandal. The school’s principal Greg Reeves and board president Jefferson Thompson both resigned. St. Michael’s has since established a “respect and culture” review panel that’s set to report its findings by the summer. READ MORE: St. Mike’s principal, board president resign amid student sex assault scandalREAD MORE: Exploring the power dynamics in locker rooms
3 March 2008The United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUC) is dispatching additional peacekeepers to Bas-Congo province in the far west of the vast African country following renewed outbursts of deadly violence there. The United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUC) is dispatching additional peacekeepers to Bas-Congo province in the far west of the vast African country following renewed outbursts of deadly violence there. Condemning the latest incidents, in which seven people were killed and a dozen injured, Alan Doss, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative, today appealed to the parties for restraint, saying further violence could only worsen local problems.Earlier this month, MONUC reported that at least 70 people were killed in several towns in Bas Congo amid clashes that followed controversial local elections, after which the mission sent police reinforcements and deployed two teams to probe the situation.MONUC also released today its human rights report for January, in which it details numerous alleged violations by members of the national armed forces, known as FARDC, the national police (PNC), as well as non-governmental militias.The report also describes hearings and convictions of violators in all three categories, along with persistent incidents of mob justice.Most of the killings, rapes, abductions and beatings reported took place in the eastern provinces of North and South Kivu, where it is hoped that violence will be reduced by an agreement between militias and the Government signed after the Goma Peace Conference on 23 January.In the worst incidents of the reporting period, at least 30 people were killed by militia members using firearms, machetes and hammers in several coordinated attacks near Kalonge in North Kivu. The victims had apparently fled territory controlled by the militia.The report also says that 31 children are among a group of 79 detainees transferred from Goma to the capital Kinshasa for interrogation by the Congolese military on suspicions of spying and treason. UN human rights officers are holding discussions with Congolese authorities to find a solution to their situation in the context of recent accords.
GAINFORD, Alta. — Officials west of Edmonton said residents of a village who were forced from their homes after a train wreck and fire were expected to be out of their homes for up to two more days.Parkland County issued a news release on Sunday stating that its mandatory evacuation order affecting about 100 people in Gainford remains in effect.Thirteen cars on a CN freight train carrying a cargo of oil and liquefied petroleum gas went off the rails near the tiny hamlet, about 80 kilometres west of Edmonton, early Saturday.There were two explosions reported and the community was evacuated as a precaution.Three of the rail cars were carrying liquefied petroleum gas and caught fire, CN has said, while four freight cars that were carrying crude didn’t break open.Firefighters had pulled back from the wreck and were waiting for fuel that has been escaping from some of the wrecked cars to burn itself out.But CN said late Sunday that a “controlled burn” was being done on the contents of six of the cars containing liquefied petroleum gas.Company spokesman Warren Chandler said the decision to conduct the burn was reached with Transport Canada, Alberta Environment and officials in Parkland County.“The parties agree that this is the safest and most effective way to allow the residents to return to their homes as quickly as possible,” Chandler said.Chandler wouldn’t say how the burn was being conducted, but noted that large flames and smoke would be visible.Earlier in the day, the company said CN crews worked Saturday night to move the four cars carrying crude oil a safe distance from the cars laden with liquefied petroleum gas.The release also said one of the cars that was on fire had burned itself out.The county has asked residents who’ve been forced from their homes to keep track of expenses for lodging and food.County spokeswoman Jackie Ostashek said some people were allowed to visit their properties late Saturday to care for animals.Saturday’s mishap occurred two days after residents in the Alberta community of Sexsmith were forced from their homes when four CN rail cars carrying anhydrous ammonia left the rails. That followed the derailment of 17 CN rail cars, some carrying petroleum, ethanol and chemicals, in western Saskatchewan on Sept. 25.There were no injuries in any of the derailments.Despite the cluster of derailments, a CN spokesman said rail remains a safe way to transport materials.“CN’s safety record has been very solid, in terms of its main track derailments last year, they were the lowest on record,” said company spokesman Mark Hallman.“The vast majority of commodities, such as dangerous commodities, that are transported from origin to destination, more than 99 per cent reach destination without any accidental release.”Federal New Democrat MP Olivia Chow took issue with that assessment. She called on the federal government to take stronger action to improve rail safety.“The latest train derailment, fire and evacuation tell the Conservative government that vague promise without a clear work plan is not enough,” Chow said in an email.She said inspections need to be increased and automatic braking systems need to be mandated. Municipalities also need to be given better information about what dangerous goods are being transported on trains.Federal Transport Minister Lisa Raitt’s office issued a statement saying the federal government has invested over $100 million in rail safety and brought in tougher fines for companies that violate safety regulations.The train that derailed at Gainford was travelling to Vancouver from Edmonton.CN said in its news release Sunday that it was working with regulatory agencies and local authorities to come up with a plan to deal with the remaining liquefied petroleum gas cars so that residents could go home, and so the line could be returned to service as soon as possible.Detours remained in effect on Sunday on the Yellowhead Highway — the main east-west corridor in northern Alberta.The Transportation Safety Board is trying to determine the cause of the derailment.In a statement, CN said the track was tested last week as well as last month and no issues were found. It also said an inspection of the train when it left Edmonton on Friday found no problems.CN was clearly sensitive to the public relations fallout from the derailment. The company brought in some of its top brass to manage the situation, including Chief Operating Officer Jim Vena.He apologized to the residents of Gainford for the disruption and promised the company would get to the bottom of what happened to prevent it from happening again.“We run a safe railroad, but we do have incidents,” Vena said.The recent derailments come as documents obtained by Greenpeace suggest CN is considering shipping Alberta bitumen to Prince Rupert, B.C. in quantities matching the controversial North Gateway pipeline.A departmental briefing note obtained under access to information laws said CN was reportedly working with Chinese-owned oil giant Nexen to examine transporting crude by rail to be loaded onto tankers for export to Asia.CN denied it made a specific proposal for Prince Rupert, but said it will consider any such project as it comes up.The Northern Gateway project has faced intense scrutiny and criticism and it was unclear whether the project would get the necessary approval.There has also been intense scrutiny over shipping oil by rail following July’s horrific derailment of a Montreal, Maine and Atlantic train in Lac-Megantic, Que. The subsequent fire claimed 47 lives.
“Suicide is a tragic global public health problem,” World Health Organization (WHO) Assistant-Director General for Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health Catherine Le Galès-Camus said ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day being marked on Friday. “There is an urgent need for coordinated and intensified global action to prevent this needless toll.” The agency has produced a series of guidelines for different audiences that have a critical role in suicide prevention, including health workers, teachers, prison officers, media professionals and survivors of suicide. It stressed early identification and treatment of mental disorders as an important preventive strategy. The Director of WHO’s Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Benedetto Saraceno, underlined the role played by the media, citing evidence that coverage can encourage imitation suicides and urging sensitivity in reporting on “these tragic and frequently avoidable deaths.” “The media can also play a major role in reducing stigma and discrimination associated with suicidal behaviours and mental disorders,” he added. Suicidal behaviour has a large number of complex underlying causes, including poverty, unemployment, loss of loved ones, arguments, breakdown in relationships and legal or work-related problems. The most common methods are pesticides, firearms and medication, such as painkillers, according to WHO, which emphasized that availability of these means plays an important role in the phenomenon. “Having access to the means of suicide is both an important risk factor and determinant of suicide,” said Professor Lars Mehlum, President of International Association for Suicide Prevention, a non-governmental organization collaborating with WHO on the issue. One recent breakthrough was the move by many pharmaceutical companies to market painkillers in blister packs rather than more easily accessible bottles, which had a significant impact on their use as a suicide method, the agency said. Currently attention is focused on encouraging a reduction in access to pesticides, including safer storage and proper dilutions.
by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 1, 2013 6:03 pm MDT Tembec tightens third-quarter loss to $4 million as sales decline slightly AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – Forestry company Tembec (TSX:TMB) tightened its losses in the third quarter, even as sales dipped and a weaker Canadian dollar affected prices.The Montreal-based firm said Thursday that it lost $4 million, or four cents per share versus $5 million, or five cents per share in the comparable period a year earlier.Sales for the pulp and paper company dipped to $399 million from $415 million.The decline of the loonie pulled down Canadian dollar equivalent prices by $9 per tonne, the company said in a release.The overall results were still in line with expectations, it added, though demand for its specialty grade pulp was softer than anticipated.“We anticipate that it will be one or two quarters before we see an increase in demand for specialty grades,” the company said.Tembec shares rose nearly six per cent, or 14 cents, to $2.52 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
“Every country that undergoes a transition to democracy faces a moment when the rules must change. Cambodia is facing such a moment now,” said the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the country, Surya P. Subedi.On Sunday, the Cambodian National Assembly opened with the presence of only one party. However, Mr. Subedi argued that the Assembly should be represented by the two key parties, as the widely disputed election results indicate that “roughly half of the population voted for one party and half for the other.”“It is critical for the new National Assembly to be represented by the two key parties, for the National Assembly to be truly representative of the whole of the Cambodian people and for it to be concluded that the right to vote was effectively exercised on 28 July,” he said.Mr. Subedi urged that dialogue continue at an appropriate decision-making level, with a view to resolving the current impasse without further delay. He also reiterated his call for calm and restraint. The Special Rapporteur noted the general restraint exercised by the Cambodian authorities in the use of force in the past weeks, but said he was “gravely concerned” by what he described as “indiscriminate and excessive use of force” in several recent incidents, and urged authorities to allow future demonstrations to proceed without undue restrictions. “I continue to believe that the leaders of Cambodia can still, even at this late stage, make this election a milestone in the journey to making Cambodia a just, equitable, and free society,” Mr. Subedi said. “It is my sincere hope that in the process, the situation will be resolved without further loss of life, and that the will of the people will be reflected in the new governance structure that will lead the country on its path to a true democracy.” Mr. Subedi today presented his fifth report to the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council, which includes recommendations to the Government. “My reports on judicial, parliamentary and electoral reform can serve as guidelines to parliamentarians from both political parties as the country takes the road towards a fuller liberal democracy underpinned by sustainable peace and equitable economic development,” he added.Independent experts or special rapporteurs are appointed by the Council to examine and report back, in an unpaid capacity, on specific human rights themes.
The High Commissioner who heads OHCHR, reiterated her call earlier in the week, for diplomatic immunity to be waived to ensure the joint investigation is effective, impartial and transparent.Mr. Khashoggi, an influential Saudi journalist and critic, who has been living in exile in the United States in recent months and writing a column for the Washington Post newspaper, had gone to the Saudi Consulate in the Turkish city of Istanbul, on 2 October, to obtain marriage papers. He was never seen leaving, and the Saudi authorities have denied all knowledge of his whereabouts.If it doesn’t work we might need another kind of investigation…His family and the world, deserves to know the truth – UN human rights chief, Michelle BacheletIn an exclusive interview on Wednesday with the UN News Spanish service at UN Headquarters in New York, Ms. Bachelet said that Mr. Khashoggi’s “family and the world, deserves to know the truth” of what happened to him.The rights chief said the UN had firstly urged both countries – Turkey and Saudi Arabia – to conduct a joint investigation, which is on-going, “but we have mentioned that this investigation should be thorough, should be transparent, should be a very serious investigation” she said, to determine whether, and how he may have died or genuinely disappeared.She said it was essential that the perpetrators be brought to justice. Urging the full lifting of diplomatic immunity for the truth to be established, she said that the joint investigation, had to succeed in uncovering the facts.“If it doesn’t work we might need another kind of investigation, but for now, we hope that it’s already been done, some of this, even though it’s 12 days later. His family and the world, deserves to know the truth,” said the High Commissioner.Read, hear and watch our first in-depth interview with the new High Commissioner, recorded at the end of September, by going here.
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The Royal Family have arrived at church on the Queen’s Sandringham estate for the traditional Christmas Day service. The Queen arrived accompanied by the Duke of York as the Duke of Edinburgh was not in attendance today. A spokesman for the Palace said that the Duke was “perfectly good health” and his expected to be in attendance for the rest of the festivities at Sandringham House. Well-wishers cheered as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived made their way to the… Estimated crowds of around 4,000 braved a chilly Christmas morning at Sandringham to see the Royal Family arrive for the service at the church of St Mary Magdalene on the 8,000-hectareNorfolk estate.
← Previous Story Arnautovic left Crvena zvezda after Perunicic’s attack! Next Story → Women’s WC 2011 Qual: Four teams are already in Brasil! After the losing of the Polish Championship, and rather weak Champions League, and Vive Kielce has decided to make a “cleanup” in the club. This means that many players are not going to be seen playing for the club next season, and that the management is seriously thinking about changing the look of the club.The players that the club said thanks and goodbye to are Mirza Dzomba, Kazimierz Kotlinski, Witalij Nat, Rafal Glinski, Pawel Podsiadlo, Henrik Knudsen and Krzysztof Szczecina. However the list is not final, and we might see more players being thanked for their service and not planned for the next season. Should this major changing in the club be with positive outcome, we shall see in the upcoming season.
One of the most perspective left back in Europe, Marko Mamić, signed deal with the Polish champions Vive Tauron Kielce, finds out Handball-Planet.com. The 22-years old shooter, who is also very useful in defensive tasks, will join Talant Dujshebaev team as his son Alex, in summer 2017.Mamić had debut for the Croatian national team at Men’s EHF EURO 2016 in Poland.He plays his first season in French USK Dunkerque. Before, 200 cm tall guy played three season at Swiss Kadetten Schaffhausen.Mamić’s profile is something most similar to Polish “complete player” Mariusz Jurkiewicz.Another one “super-sonic” player from generation 1994, Serbian right wing, Darko Djukic, signed four years deal with the Poles. ← Previous Story Ljubomir Vranješ denies talks about overtaking Swedish national team Next Story → Fourth “Handball is my future” in Bugojno is ready for start! Marko MamicVive Tauron Kielce
Share129 Tweet Email Short URL Michael Noonan wants Enda Kenny to stay on as Taoiseach until at least the summer The Finance Minister thinks Kenny’s negotiation skills are invaluable. Image: PA Archive/PA Images To be honest, I’m pretty relaxed about what the Taoiseach has been saying. He’s really doing and saying what most of us expected him to say. Well I don’t think there’s been a big change, to be honest with you, in the last two weeks. I think people are interpreting this as some change in policy – I don’t see it that way.“The idea that An Taoiseach would be taking a personal interest in ensuring that the Assembly gets back up and running in Northern Ireland in the context of Brexit and many other things, that we need that Assembly up and running isn’t a surprise either.”Coveney said that he trusts the Taoiseach to put in place a timeline for departure in the next two weeks.He admitted that there was a small minority of members who wanted the leadership challenge to be brought forward, but he said that it was “very unlikely” someone might put forward a motion of no confidence in the Taoiseach, as they’d “get no support”.During his St Patrick’s Day visit to the US, a previous draft version of Enda Kenny’s speech was circulated to the media by accident, which included a line stating that this would be his last visit to the US as Taoiseach.But that line was removed from the final version – causing speculation about when exactly Enda Kenny plans to resign as the head of government and leader of Fine Gael.With reporting from Christina Finn and Rónán DuffyRead: Enda Kenny won’t step down until Brexit strategy in placePoll: Do you think Enda Kenny has far too much on his plate to be vacating his position? 9,689 Views Mar 20th 2017, 5:58 PM Monday 20 Mar 2017, 5:58 PM By Gráinne Ní Aodha Noonan has given Kenny his backing. Coveney and Kenny at Fine Gael’s think-in. Source: Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews.ie“I think anyone who knows the Taoiseach, anyone who is involved in Fine Gael’s discussions in recent weeks, is expecting the Taoiseach to attend the first leader’s meeting after Article 50 is triggered, and that is what he’s signaled his intent to do now.“There’s no surprise there.”Speaking in New York after marching in the city’s St Patrick’s Day parade, Kenny said that his immediate priority is dealing with political instability in Northern Ireland and the uncertainty Brexit would create for Ireland.“What I did say to my own party was I would deal with this matter effectively and conclusively, and that is my intention, but I think these are priorities that take precedence over everything else,” he said. Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ieCoveney denied this evening that this was a turn around from Kenny’s previous comments around his departure and signalled a prolonged stay for the leader. Noonan has given Kenny his backing. Image: PA Archive/PA Images https://jrnl.ie/3297693 73 Comments Updated 7.03pm FINANCE MINISTER MICHAEL Noonan has said that he thinks Enda Kenny should stay on as Taoiseach until at least the summer.Noonan wants Kenny to stay on as Taoiseach past the initial Brexit negotiations until Ireland’s position is made clear.“We saw this week in the United States an example of how good Enda Kenny is in international negotiations. His speech on immigration has been lauded internationally, and to be able to make such a strong speech in the company of President Trump when we know his position on immigration shows how diplomatic the Taoiseach can be,” Noonan told RTÉ’s Six One news.So certainly for the primary principles of the negotiations which won’t conclude until end of April/early May, the Taoiseach should be in position. But it’s my own opinion that he should stay on until the second phase as well, when the details of Ireland’s negotiation position have been established and have been signed off on, and that’s the end of May/early June.Meanwhile, Housing Minister Simon Coveney has says his is feeling “relaxed” about Enda Kenny staying on as Taoiseach.One of the two top contenders for the Fine Gael leadership told Drivetime this evening that he wasn’t shocked by Kenny’s comments that he was staying on. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Le président de l’Afssaps a annoncé sa démissionAlors que l’Agence française de sécurité sanitaire des produits de santé (Afssaps) est directement concernée par l’affaire du Mediator qui secoue le monde sanitaire français en ce moment, le président de l’agence, Jean Marimbert, a annoncé sa démission.L’Afssaps, chargée de s’assurer de la sécurité des produits de santé, aurait laissé sur le marché de trop longues années un médicament aujourd’hui accusé d’avoir provoqué la mort de plusieurs centaines de Français. Une pression trop importante qui a poussé le directeur de l’agence, Jean Marimbert, à annoncer sa prochaine démission à Libération, expliquant qu’il allait “bientôt quitter cet établissement public”.L’homme a tout de même tenu à s’exprimer sur l’affaire du Mediator, indiquant au quotidien : “Face aux questions que soulève l’histoire du Mediator et à la perte de confiance qu’elle suscite, le statu quo n’est pas concevable”. De son côté, le président de l’association UFC-Que Choisir dénonce auprès de l’Express un système du médicament “pourri” et “tellement lent”. Cette démission intervient alors que plusieurs plaintes ont à nouveau été déposées à l’encontre du laboratoire Servier, qui a commercialisé le Mediator (voir notre article).Le 13 janvier 2011 à 18:49 • Emmanuel Perrin
OGM : le Conseil d’Etat confirme l’interdiction du maïs de MonsantoEn fin de semaine dernière, le Conseil d’Etat français a rejeté le recours en référé déposé par deux sociétés contre l’arrêté d’interdiction du maïs transgénique Monsanto.C’est une décision qui va ravir les opposants aux OGM. Vendredi, le Conseil d’Etat français a confirmé l’interdiction de cultiver du maïs transgénique du géant américain Monsanto, en rejetant le recours en référé déposé par l’EARL de Commenian et l’Earl de Candelon. Ces deux sociétés basées dans le Midi-Pyrénées s’opposent à l’arrêté pris mi-mars par le gouvernement pour empêcher cette culture. À lire aussiLe café au brocoli, une nouvelle mode saine et écolo venue d’Australie A cette date, Bruno Le Maire, ex-ministre de l’Agriculture, avait annoncé “une mesure conservatoire visant à interdire temporairement” la culture du maïs transgénique Monsanto (MON810) afin de “protéger l’environnement”, affirmant que cette décision avait été prise “en raison de la proximité des semis”. Suite à cela, les deux sociétés avaient donc saisi en référé le Conseil d’Etat le 17 avril dernier au motif entre autres que l’arrêté ministériel leur portait “un préjudice économique grave et immédiat”, faisant valoir qu’ils avaient déjà acheté leurs semences, rapporte l’AFP. Un recours qui a donc été rejeté la semaine dernière.Le Conseil d’Etat a indiqué que “l’exécution de cet arrêté ne porte pas atteinte, de manière suffisamment grave et immédiate, à un intérêt public, à la situation des entreprises requérantes ou aux intérêts qu’elles entendent défendre pour constituer une situation d’urgence” et que la “condition d’urgence n’étant pas remplie, la demande de suspension ne peut être accueillie”. Néanmoins, l’EARL de Commenian et l’Earl de Candelon n’entendent pas en rester là puisqu’elles ont également saisi le Conseil d’Etat sur le fond. L’affaire est en cours d’instruction tout comme celle de l’association générale des producteurs de maïs (AGPM) qui a aussi déposé un recours sur le fond devant la haute juridiction.Le 21 mai 2012 à 18:34 • Maxime Lambert
The Internazionale Milan footballer is happy after his team beat Fiorentina last night and talks about what he wants in the futureInternazionale Milan beat Fiorentina 2-1 yesterday in Matchday 6 of the Italian Lega Serie A season.And Radja Nainggolan couldn’t be any happier, after spending his first few months under the Inter shirt.“I am giving my all during this new adventure. Obviously, I still have to improve considering I missed out on preparations and I will show that little bit extra to reach the top,” he told the club’s official website.“However, I am not worried. I felt at ease here at Inter straight away. I was welcomed into the club with open arms. I am happy to be here and I hope it’s a successful period. Our main aim this year is to improve on last season.”“We didn’t start in the best manner, but our last two wins have put us back on track. We hope to now continue like this. The road is long, but we’ve won two important games and we must keep moving forward in the same fashion,” he added.“There are plenty of expectations on us but we’ve demonstrated that we can win tough matches. We are a strong side.”Capello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.“I want to win trophies, that is obvious. I’ve always given my all out on the pitch but it’s now the right time to win something. However, we’ll keep our heads down. It’s better to say nothing and then see where we are at the end of the season,” he concluded.Altra vittoria a San Siro! 👏Riviviamo tutto insieme con la nostra fotogallery 📸👉 https://t.co/TqrQ3GELEw #FCIM pic.twitter.com/nJRH4XWpYd— Inter (@Inter) September 25, 2018
June 26, 2018 Dave Scott, Posted: June 26, 2018 North County Sprinter connects Escondido and Oceanside 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsOCEANSIDE (KUSI) – It’s one of the only ways in San Diego you can get straight to the beach, by taking the sprinter. KUSI’s Dave Scott tried it himself, taking the sprinter from Escondido to the beach in Oceanside. Dave Scott Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Hyderabad: The Malkjagiri Special Operations Team (SOT) along with local police on Thursday nabbed an Interstate offender identified as Soumen Banerjee (43) of Kolkata on charges of cheating people by posing as a customs officer. The police seized Rs 1 lakh net cash, mobile phone and fake Custom officer identity card, Aadhaar cards, Voter ID cards, stamps from the possession of the accused. Also Read – International Persian Summer School concludes at MANUU Advertise With Us According to Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh M Bhagwat, the accused collected more than Rs 5 crore by luring the public to provide them gold coins and 30 per cent interest on their investments. Accused Soumen Banerjee in 2013, left his native village along with his family after a fraud and came to Chengicherla village at Medipally and introduced himself as customs officer, working at Vishakhapatnam Port. Also Read – Concerns of marine and fresh water pollution must be addressed on priority basis: Vice President Advertise With Us He informed the local residents that during raids they seized gold biscuits from the passengers which he can provide them at 50 per cent lower rate if they pay the money in advance to get gold coins. Believing him people started investing money for purchasing gold biscuits for lesser price. Initially he provided them gold coins to gain confidence of the public and collected crores of rupees. Later, the accused also established grocery firms at three places in and around Hyderabad with an intention to cheat the banks for obtaining loans. Advertise With Us He took bank loans from private banks and purchased two villas, two cars and three two wheelers. He asked public to invest money in his business firms, for which he will pay them 30 per cent interest and initially he paid said interest to the investors. Further to gain confidence of the public he used to arrange lavish parties at his house extending invitations to all his investors. He also arranged tours, excursions for his investors on a large scale by arranging air tickets, luxurious rooms and other expenses. After knowing all this, people started investing lakhs of rupees and so far, he collected around Rs 5 crore from the public and was rotating the money among investors. However, on January 31, 2017 when he absconded from the place by switching off all his mobile phones people approached the Medipally police. The police registered a case under sections 420, 406 IPC.
Vijayawada: A common woman belong to Amaravati throws a challenge to Minister Botsa Satyanarayana. She questioned can Minister prove that capital region was flooded? If he proves that Amaravati capital region was flooded, then she will write her three-and-a-half-acre plot given by her parents on Botsa Satyanarayana’s name. She also questioned Botsa why he didn’t say earlier that Amaravati lands are not suitable for the capital city? Recently with the heavy rains in the upper states, the Krishna river received floods. Resulting, several areas in Amaravati were flooded. Also Read – TDP to open shelters for victims of attacks Advertise With Us While inspecting the flood-affected areas, Minister Botsa has made sensational comments on the capital city. He said that Amaravati lands are flooded and the construction cost is huge here. Minister indirectly comments that Amaravati lands are not suitable for the capital city. Over these comments, the political parties and even common people have expressed their anger on Minister Botsa. In this context, a woman who responded to the Ministers comments throws a challenge to him.