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Actor Prakash Raj booked over 'controversial' remarks against PM Modi


I don't consider Mr Modi as the leader of a political party. Indian film actor Prakash Raj has landed himself in a legal mess over his "controversial" remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi . "But what is more disappointing is people celebrating her murder over social media spreading hatred", Raj said at the 11th state meet of Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) held in Bengaluru. Lire la suite »

Dawood, Anees named key accused in extortion case


This is the third extortion case registered against Kaskar and his gang members after their arrest in connection with a probe into an extortion racket last month, a police official said. The theories were however countered by Ingavle, who said to the CJM, "This was the precise theory and details that were put up before the court while seeking the custody in first case (involving a property developer in Thane from whom four flats and Rs 30 lakh was extorted)". Lire la suite »

Fusillade à Las Vegas: Les autorités écartent la piste terroriste


Plusieurs armes à feu ont été retrouvées dans la chambre d'hôtel dans laquelle il a été retrouvé mort. Ce dernier avait préalablement annoncé que le tireur avait été abattu par la police. Le groupe djihadiste Etat islamique a revendiqué l'attaque dans un communiqué et affirme que le suspect s'était récemment converti à l'islam . Lire la suite »

S Jaishankar calls on Bhutan King, PM


This is the first high-level visit from India after the end of the standoff between Indian and Chinese armies at Dokalam, a strategically key area at the Bhutan-India-China tri-junction in the Sikkim sector. Bhutan and India were in touch with each other during the course of the face-off that ended on August 28. The MEA said the aim of the visit was to expand the "unique ties" between the two neighbours. Lire la suite »

PM Turnbull Pushes For Stricter Terror Laws


Referring to the recent plot in Sydney which involved a foiled attempt to blow up a plane and the planned attack in Melbourne last Christmas, Mr Turnbull said that the police, intelligence and security agencies need to be given the tools necessary to keep us safe. Lire la suite »

The CHOICE Shonky Awards 2017


Honda, Toyota, Lexus, BMW and Mazda were chastened for failing to warn consumers of their deadly Takata airbags while a $2,999 washing machine took more than six hours to cycle. Still in the laundry, Cuddly Sensitive Hypoallergenic fabric softener made the list "for performing worse than water while costing 3,000 times more". Lire la suite »

Sen. Rubio Wants Commie West Point Officer Drummed Out of Army


In the letter , Rubio sharply criticizes Rapone's posts, calls for the Army to "immediately nullify Rapone's commission" and said West Point "should consider revoking his degree". Lt. Rapone, a member of the 10th Mountain Division's 2nd Brigade Combat Team, first drew attention when he tweeted an image from his account , @punkproletarian, with "Communism Will Win" written into his West Point cadet hat. Lire la suite »

Cairo arrests homosexuals in crackdown on 'debauchery'


Sixteen men went on trial on Sunday charged with "promoting sexual deviancy" and "debauchery", euphemisms for homosexuality. The court adjourned until October 29, when it is expected to deliver a verdict. Judicial sources do not deny the examinations take place but say they are legally carried out and are not a form of abuse. Amnesty said the examinations violated the prohibition of torture and other ill-treatment under global law, but a judicial source said they would be carried out by "a ... Lire la suite »

Saudi Arabia arrests 46 people including a Qatari for inciting divisions


They spread rumors through social media and gathered in front of the governorate of the region in violation of the law and in an attempt to influence the legal and judicial procedures going on. The ministry also warned against disturbing the security and stability of the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia announced late Wednesday night that it had arrested 46 people, including one Qatari national, for inciting divisions in the country. Lire la suite »

Une réglementation sur les armes est prématurée (Maison Blanche) — Etats-Unis

Le président républicain s'est positionné comme un ami des détenteurs d'armes à feu et du puissant lobby de la National Rifle Association . Il a réclamé une commission mandatée pour trouver des solutions à la violence par armes à feu. L'ex-élue démocrate de l'Arizona à la Chambre des représentants Gabrielle Giffords, qui a été grièvement blessée à la tête dans une fusillade à Tucson en 2011, a levé le poing au capitole et affirmé aux membres du Congrès que "la nation compte sur eux". Lire la suite »

Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. (ZBH) Receives Average Rating of "Hold" from Analysts

Zimmer Biomet Holdings's dividend payout ratio is now 27.59%. Several other analysts have also issued reports on the company. Bronfman E.L. Rothschild L.P. Any way you dice it, a dip below $114.74 a share would be very bad news for ZBH's technical picture in the near-term. As analysts monitor volatile markets in recent weeks they have updated their price targets on shares of Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. Lire la suite »

Scientists say extreme storms will be 'new normal — United Nations chief


Trump visited the USA territory of Puerto Rico to survey the damage from Hurricane Maria. 'It is rare to see so many storms of such strength so early in the season, ' Guterres told reporters. He also visited the southern USA states of Texas and Louisiana in September in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and Florida after Hurricane Irma . O'Malley said the recovery of eastern Caribbean islands hardest hit by recent hurricanes, including Dominica, Barbuda, Turks and Caicos, the British Virgin ... Lire la suite »

Pence aide says no talk of Tillerson resigning

Officials said the administration, which has been buffeted by a series of top-level firings and resignations, would have struggled to cope with the fallout from a cabinet member of Tillerson's stature quitting so early in the presidency. The White House meanwhile has confirmed President Donald Trump remains confident in Mr Tillerson. He puts Americans and America First. "He's smart. Lire la suite »

Now Is Not the Time to Talk About Gun Control


The NRA donated $30m (£22.6m) to Mr Trump's presidential campaign - and in April, the United States leader told members they had "a true friend in the White House". "A motive is yet to be determined and it would be premature for us to discuss policy when we don't fully know all of the facts or what took place last night". Lire la suite »

Raza Murad shares first look from Padmavati; deletes it later


Padmavati marks Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's third collaboration with filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali after Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela and Bajirao Mastani . Veteran actor Raza Murad accidentally revealed his look as Jalaluddin Khilji in " Padmavati " but deleted it soon enough but by then the internet had captured the screenshots and now his look is trending. Lire la suite »

Facebook Will Testify At Senate Hearing On Russian Election Interference


Burr ticked off the areas of possible collusion the committee had already probed, and also issued a blanket threat to future witnesses that they should testify voluntarily or face a subpoena. Schrage defended the company's use of targeted advertising but said "certain types of targeting will now require additional human review and approval". Lire la suite »

House committee approves border security legislation


The bill presents a "layered" approach to the border by calling for a combination of structures, technology and personnel, and includes $10 billion for building a physical barrier "where practical" as well as $5 billion to shore up the ports of entry - Texas has 29, more than any other state - and provides for the hiring of 5,000 more Border Patrol agents and 5,000 more Customs and Border Protection agents. Lire la suite »

Bump stocks recovered after Las Vegas shooting


An ambulance leaves the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue on October 2 after a mass shooting at a country music festival nearby in Las Vegas. The shooting - deemed the worst in USA history - has reopened the debate on United States gun laws and the push for tighter gun control . "We'll be talking about gun laws as time goes by", Trump said Tuesday. Lire la suite »

'Violence and progress' continue to coexist in Afghanistan, says Defense Secretary Mattis


The US forces will also have more authority to employ airstrikes against the Taliban , Mattis said. Mattis was testifying in front of the committee alongside Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. "Reinforce" refers to the increase of 3,000 US troops now arriving in Afghanistan. "They'll find themselves economically isolated in increasing trouble as countries that are damaged by terrorism will come and out say enough is enough", Mattis was reported as saying. Lire la suite »

Death toll in Mexico natural disaster rises to 366


Mexico City mayor Miguel Angel Mancera said in an interview with Milenio television that the office building, which counted an employment agency and accounting firm among its tenants, was the last place in the city where bodies are being recovered. Lire la suite »

Duterte okays postponement of barangay and SK elections


The law stated "incumbent barangay officials shall remain in office" until their successors shall have been duly elected and qualified. "Subsequent synchronized barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections shall be held on the second Monday of May 2018 and every three years thereafter", the newly-signed law read. Lire la suite »