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Punjab Police inspector arrested for alleged links with drug traffickers


According to the reports, over 16 lakh cash, around 4 kg of heroin, an Italian-make pistol, 3 kg of smack, an AK 47 rifle and around 400 live cartridges including those of AK 47s were recovered from his residence at Jalandhar police lines. "There was also a deliberate attempt to tamper with the evidence in several cases", he said, adding that there were "glaring discrepancies" in investigations, which appeared to be a "deliberate attempt to favour the accused". Lire la suite »

California mother says slain son feared for life

Authorities say officers were called to an apartment complex where they found the body of 14-year-old Diego Perez . Diego had been afraid for his life, she said. Botti said detectives were wrapping up the investigation and expected to present the case to juvenile probation officials, who will work with prosecutors to evaluate criminal charges. Lire la suite »

Hasmukh Adhia refutes rumours, says there'll be no delay in GST rollout


The government is facing multiple challenges as it races to roll out the GST from July 1. However, the entire programme of GST rollout lags only on one count, the implementation of e-way bills. Prices of items like LED televisions, air conditioners and washing machines have been slashed the most as they fall in the 28 per cent GST slab, a jump from the current 23 per cent tax rate. Lire la suite »

LeBron Likes 3-on-3 Olympics, Not Interested in Playing

The games will also be played in the half court with a 12 second shot clock and teams having to clear the ball above the arc before each possession. Fitting for his " King James " nickname, the 2016 Finals MVP wore one of his rarest sneakers to prepare for Game 5: the "Watch the Throne" Nike LeBron 9 from 2012. Lire la suite »

David Quessenberry wins PFWA's Halas Award


Quessenberry, the 49th Halas Award victor, is the first member of the Texans franchise to receive the honor from the PFWA. Quessenberry overcame a three-year battle with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. New England quarterback Tom Brady and New York Giants' defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul were also among the finalists for the award. Quessenberry, who graduated from La Costa Canyon in 2008, played football and lacrosse for the Mavericks. Lire la suite »

Restore devolution or face return of direct rule, Foster tells Sinn Fein

With Northern Ireland having been without a powersharing executive since March and without a first and deputy first minister since January, a new three-week process to salvage devolution is starting in Belfast. "I don't know how Theresa May can survive this - that's a matter for her party, of course", he said. The historic accord commits the UK Government to demonstrate "rigorous impartiality" when dealing with competing political views in the region. Lire la suite »

Georgia Power to takeover Vogtle nuclear plant expansion from Toshiba subsidiary


Construction work at Vogtle and Summer has been continuing under interim assessment agreements with the plants' respective owners since Westinghouse's bankruptcy filing . To stay afloat, Toshiba has been trying to sell its lucrative computer chip business. Toshiba's earnings reports have failed to get endorsements from its auditors, given the company's precarious finances over the US projects. Lire la suite »

Strong, shallow natural disaster rattles Indonesia's capital


Residents in high-rises around the city of almost 10 million people felt a few seconds of swaying. "I was awakened by the tremor and was horrified to see the lights and furniture in my room swinging", said Risma Defriana , a Jakarta resident who lives on the 17th floor of an apartment building. Lire la suite »

Two attorneys general sue Trump: Checks and balances 'are failing us'


However, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) and DC Attorney General Karl A. Racine (D) believe the president broke several promises to separate his duties to the public and private business interests. Democratic attorneys general have taken a lead role in challenging Trump policies, successfully blocking executive orders restricting travel from some Muslim-majority countries. Lire la suite »

Four lines of possible questions for Attorney General Sessions

In any case, he'll be testifying publicly before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday afternoon (at 2:30 PM ET), presumably trying to rebut most of what former FBI Director James Comey said last week . Sessions is the first of six high-level officials Comey said were asked to leave the room. He cut his teeth as a federal prosecutor in Mobile, Alabama, at the height of the drug war, and numerous policies he has tried to implement as attorney general have roots in that time period. Lire la suite »

Psychiatrist: Carter followed Roy into 'very dark place'


Such drugs can impair judgment, wisdom, understanding, love and empathy, he said - especially in the adolescent brain, which is still developing and is "more susceptible to harm and all intrusions". "I was talking to him while he killed himself". "It is not a homicide", lawyers for Carter said. It is not known at this time if Carter will testify in her own defense. Lire la suite »

Bill Gates in Atlanta: Foundation, Rotary commit $450 million to end polio


The decision was reached during Monday's Rotary Convention in Atlanta, United States. To an audience of almost 40,000 Rotary members attending the humanitarian organization's annual convention, Rotary and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation renewed their longstanding support for ending polio - a paralyzing, life-altering scourge on the verge of becoming the second human disease ever to be eliminated. Lire la suite »

Author eats his book on live TV after incorrect UK poll prediction


Spare a thought for Matthew Goodwin , a British professor whose overconfidence pre-UK election has led him to the absolute bizarrest form of rock bottom: eating his own book live on British TV. I'm just going to sit here and eat my book while you guys carry on". Matthew Goodwin , a British author and political expert, was in a dicey situation when his prediction on the Labour party's share in the polls was miscalculated. Lire la suite »

Dentistes. En grève cette semaine en Bretagne


D'après la Cellule de coordination des dentistes libéraux du Finistère, plus de 50 % des praticiens bretons ont fermé leur cabinet. Ce mouvement social débute à partir de demain lundi 12 juin et devrait durer jusqu'au dimanche 18 juin. Les professionnels de santé contestent cette réforme, expliquant qu'à terme et à ce tarif imposé, les cabinets seront dans l'obligation, pour survivre, de poser des prothèses d'importation comme le font la plupart des centres low-cost. Lire la suite »

Texas improves to 41st nationally in child well-being report


Casey Foundation was released Tuesday and looks at health, education, economic well-being and family and community as part of a national effort to improve conditions for children and their families. South Carolina's children improved slightly from a year ago in education and family circumstances to 37th in the nation. IN ranks 31st in the nation in the family and community area, 35th in health and 14th in education. Lire la suite »

Forest Park mother missing since Saturday


Her husband told WLWT Sunday evening that she had contacted a friend and said she was in Dayton. Police said foul play is not suspected. They also said her and her auto have been spotted twice. She may be in a gray 2008 Chevrolet Malibu with OH license plate HAX5709. After a missing persons report was filed Saturday for a Forest Park woman, her husband is now saying she has been located. Lire la suite »

Major Study Heralds New Era In Treatment Of Type 2 Diabetes

Professor Neal says it offers real hope to people suffering from type 2 diabetes. "Type 1 diabetes is not caused by lifestyle issues". The trial found the drug reduced the overall risk of cardiovascular disease by 14 per cent and reduced the risk of heart failure hospitalisation by 33 per cent. Lire la suite »

Man arrested after children hit by vehicle


The children, aged 8 and 10, were walking on the footpath when the driver allegedly veered onto the path. Both children have received moderate injuries and have been taken to hospital. There is no further information available at this stage. A 30-year-old man from Waiuku was arrested at the scene and charged with two counts of unsafe driving causing injury. Lire la suite »

Nadal-Wawrinka, le bouquet final idéal — Tennis Roland-Garros

Les confrontations entre les deux hommes ont souvent été en faveur de l'Espagnol qui mène 15 victoires à 3 et Nadal , lui, n'a perdu aucun set cette année à Roland-Garros. Le Majorquin a rapidement amorti le choc attendu avec Thiem, 7e mondial. Sur terre, il en est à 23 victoires et une défaite. Mais si Nadal n'est pour l'instant que N.4 à l'ATP , il est bien redevenu le N.1 sur la surface ocre. Lire la suite »