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Karnataka High Court judge Justice Jayant Patel resigns


Karnataka High Court judge Justice Jayant Patel has resigned but has not cited any reasons. After serving as the acting chief justice of the Gujarat High Court from August 13, 2015, to February 2016. There are people who are critics of Justice Patel, but none of his critics can say that he is a judge who will compromise his honesty and integrity. They wanted Justice Patel to act according to their wishes. Lire la suite »

Internationals arrive in Kurdistan to observe independence voting


U.S. presidential special anti-ISIS envoy Brett McGurk and the U.S. Ambassador to Baghdad Douglas Silliman, in meetings with delegations from Iraqi Kurdistan , have rejected the "ill-timed" and "ill-advised" referendum in the region. In a travel warning, Turkey strongly recommended its citizens in the Iraqi Kurdish provinces of Dohuk, Erbil and Sulaimaniya leave as soon as possible if they are not obliged to stay. Lire la suite »

Alexa added to Amazon's music app


Now you can use Alexa to chose your next track. Voice assistant Alexa is now available in the Amazon Music app on both iOS and Android. Alexa is already used to power the firm's Amazon Echo smart speakers, as well offering voice controls on other Amazon products, including its Fire TV streaming devices. Lire la suite »

Lisieux: mort mystérieuse d'un bébé chez sa nourrice

C'est en tout début d'après-midi que la nourrice se décide à aller réveiller le bébé , mais le trouve inanimé dans son lit . Selon France Bleu , "l'enfant dormait à son arrivée" et sa nourrice l'a couchée "pour qu'elle puisse terminer sa nuit". Lire la suite »

Next Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van Teased


For the most part, the design seems to follow the Vision Van concept's design motif , and the headlights and grille match spy shots of the next-generation Sprinter as well. Stateside assembly will eliminate the unusual assemble, disassemble, reassemble process Daimler now deploys on today's Sprinter to avoid import tariffs. Lire la suite »

PM constitutes Economic Advisory Council


Besides Debroy, who as member of NITI Aayog ( Prime Minister's redesigned version of the erstwhile Planning Commission) worked on several ideas on economic reforms that Modi held dear, other EAC members are Surjit Bhalla, development economist Rathin Roy and macro-economics expert Ashima Goyal. Lire la suite »

Evacuations from Bali volcano rise to 57000


The mountain, 72 kilometers (45 miles) to the northeast of the tourist hotspot of Kuta, is among more than 120 active volcanoes in Indonesia. "But it can not be predicted when it will happen", Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, spokesman for the disaster mitigation agency, said. Lire la suite »

Controlled Explosion Outside North Korean Embassy in Ealing


Police cordoned off roads, evacuated houses and reportedly carried out a controlled explosion at about 9.30pm. Ambulances were also called to the scene. The item - believed to be a rucksack - was found to be non-suspicious. The home was bought by Pyongyang in 2003 for 1.3 million pounds ($1.75 million). Lire la suite »

Microsoft Ignite 2017: Everything that was just announced


The Microsoft Ignite is now taking place in Florida, and the company has showcased a range of new and improved offerings, with a focus on how it is infusing cloud, AI and mixed reality across its product range. Aiming to empower people within an organisation, he said Microsoft is taking it a step further, to ensure they are also transforming the processes and functions surrounding them. Lire la suite »

Shooting incident at Philippine presidential compound


It can also be an accident. Dagoy said there were no initial signs of foul play or any indication of a struggle but police were still investigating. The wife, who is a sergeant in the security force, said the couple were not facing any problems apart from Gonzaga's heavy workload, Dagoy told reporters. Lire la suite »

Police officer shot, wounded in suburban New York City


An officer was shot in Yonkers on September 25, 2017. Both officers retreated and fired back at the men in the vehicle. When they approached a small sedan near the intersection, Gardner said the people inside opened fire. She was conscious on her way to the hospital. "It could have been much worse, thank God the officer didn't sustain a life-threatening injuries", Gardner said. Lire la suite »

Russian Federation used Facebook to exploit animosity over Muslims and Black Lives matter


The US intelligence community concluded earlier this year that Russian Federation launched an elaborate and multi-pronged campaign to interfere in last year's election. According to Facebook, fraudulent accounts, which have now been closed, paid $100,000 for the ads. Facebook has since confirmed that Russia-linked groups went further than buying ads and posting memes - they tried to organize anti-immigrant, anti-Clinton rallies in Texas and Idaho . Lire la suite »

Hong Kong, Malaysia looking better as India slows, ADB says


However, the ADB trimmed its growth forecast for South Asia to 6.7% this year and 7.0% next year, compared with estimates of 7.0% and 7.2% made in July. Likewise, the forecast for FY2018 was adjusted down to 7.4 percent from 7.6 percent. ADB said loose fiscal policy in the United States and lower oil prices are potential upside risks to the region while downside ones include tighter global liquidity, economic disruption from a geo-political event, or a weather-related disaster. Lire la suite »

Ben McCormack pleads guilty over child porn charges


The NSW detectives started his investigation following a tip-off from the Joint Anti-Child Exploitation Team. McCormack will be sentenced on October 6th at the District Court in Sydney. Ben McCormack admitted two child pornography charges today. "I just wanted to make it clear that there were never any images that were traded between Ben and anyone else of any child exploitation material", Macedone told reporters. Lire la suite »

Pakistani Mission to United Nations strikes back: 'India churning out operatives of mayhem'


Poinitng to a photograph of Lt Ummer Faiyaz, a young soldier from Kashmir who was kidnapped, tortured and killed by terrorists, Tripathi said: "This is Lt Ummer Faiyaz's real picture, not fake". There are thousands of those pictures for everyone to see. They will continue to rise again and again and again, he said. India's diversionary tactics, he said, will not change the situation on the ground. Lire la suite »

Iran slams Trump for imposing new travel ban after missile test

The warning from the European Union ambassador came ahead of an October 15 deadline, when President Donald Trump has to inform to Congress whether Iran is complying with the nuclear deal. Zarif, who is in NY for the United Nations General Assembly, has taken to Twitter to criticize Trump . They have said that they are interested in negotiating additional agreements with Iran to address its nonnuclear policies ― but they warn that scrapping the nuclear deal will only make it harder to ... Lire la suite »

Le blocage du dépôt de bus perturbe fortement le trafic — Rennes


Les gendarmes mobiles sont intervenus vers 9h mardi matin pour libérer le dépôt de bus du Star à Rennes, bloqué par des opposants aux ordonnances Macron. Selon le Star, les lignes 35, 37, 38, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 91, 94, 151, 152, 154, 155, 156, 161, 164, 167, 168 172 et 173 circulent normalement. Lire la suite »

White House expected to address North Korea threats in news briefing


Gen. H.R. McMaster said Monday, hours after the country's top diplomat claimed the growing war of words between the White House and Pyongyang was tantamount to a declaration of war. Trump ignored them. Some of the most incendiary lines from his speech - including calling Kim "Rocket Man" on "a suicide mission" and threatening to "totally destroy" North Korea - were not in a speech draft that several senior officials reviewed and vetted the day before the president spoke. Lire la suite »

Frances Abbott has taken a leap in support of marriage equality


The nation is now holding a non-binding survey on whether to change its law to allow same-sex couples to Wednesday. Berry's comments came after the said school wrote a letter to its staff and parents that expressed concern over the possibility that their ability to teach Christian views would be affected by the legalization of same-sex marriage, The Australian detailed. Lire la suite »