US 24 Muslim Workers fired for Taking off 5 Minutes to

first_imgCasablanca – According to the news outlet Opposing views, 23 Muslim workers in Cincinnati, Ohio, were fired  for taking 5 minutes off from work to practice their evening prayer.The fired Muslim workers were Somali refugees who had been working for DHL Global Mail, a leading postal and logistics company.After DHL had changed its break policy, the now unemployed Muslim workers had to take off 5 minutes to pray, something their recently appointed supervisor did not tolerate. Apparently, their supervisor considered the 5 minutes they took off work as an additional break that was in conflict with the company’s new break policy.Mohamed Maow, one of the 24 Muslim workers who lost their job at DHL, reported never having any negative reviews on his three years of work at the company.“We do not have a choice,” Shahira Abdullah, one of the sacked workers was quoted as saying by Opposingviews.com. “We must stop what we are doing and pray. We were not asking for an additional break,” he further justified.According to the same source, police were called to ensure security after the three Muslims were told they were fired.Maow and 12 other employers subsequently lodged complaints against the company at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.According to the same source, DHL Global Mail responded to the complaints stating, “While we believe that all respective internal rules of DHL Global Mail are perfectly in line with legal requirements, we will investigate/consider the case carefully…DHL Global Mail ensures employees’ religious practices are understood and, as reasonable, accommodated.”However, Maow and the 22 other Muslims workers who lost their job contended that there was a clear lack of understanding of the workers’ religious commitments on the part of DHL.For Maow and the other Muslim workers, DHL Global Mail did not invest the same degree of understanding that other institutions in the U.S. display towards adherents of different religions:“We take work very seriously,” stated Maow, “I have never had this problem before. When I took English class at Cincinnati Public Schools, my teachers always understood when I had to pray. It never was a problem.”While their case is being closely investigated, Maow and his Muslim co-workers are officially jobless.Edited by Anna Jacobs© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributedlast_img read more

Indonesian police arrest 43 Lankans

Earlier in the day Indonesian police detained more than 100 illegal immigrant in Cianjur, West Java , on the highway leading to the southern coast of Java.Police detective Adj Comr. Gito of the Cianjur police said the first group of 80 illegal immigrants from Maynmar, Pakistan, and Afghanistan were stopped in the Cianjur-Bandung highway. The police in West Java, Indonesia arrested 43 illegal immigrants from Sri Lanka today.They were arrested after being detected at the Sindangbarang highway in South Cianjur, Antara News reported. The illegal immigrants would be handed over to immigration authorities in Sukabumi. The illegal immigrants chose the road via South Cianjur to the southern coast of Java from which they planned to cross to their final destination Australia`s Christmas Island. They uses a truck and five minibuses, Gito said.They were stopped after police officers saw their cars with suspicious foreign passengers, he said.

US CEOs report gloomiest outlook in 3 years as hiring sales expectations

WASHINGTON – A survey of U.S. chief executives shows a sharp drop in the number of large companies that plan to add jobs or hire more workers.The Business Roundtable said Wednesday that only 29 per cent of its member CEOs plan to increase hiring over the next six months. That’s down from 36 per cent in June, when the group last released its quarterly survey.It’s also much lower than the 52 per cent of CEOs in early 2011 who said they planned to boost hiring, the highest percentage since the survey began in 2002.Jim McNerney, chairman of the Roundtable and CEO of The Boeing Co., said CEOs are worried about the impact of budget cuts and tax increases that are set to take effect at the start of next year. The pending U.S. budget changes are known as the “fiscal cliff.” Chief executives are also concerned about economic slowdowns in Europe and China.The cliff “certainly throws cold water on long-term business planning,” he said in a conference call with reporters.Only 30 per cent of CEOs expect to increase their investment in capital goods such as machinery, computers or other equipment. Companies usually buy such goods when they are expanding. That’s down sharply from 43 per cent three months ago.Large-company CEOs are more pessimistic about their future sales and the overall U.S. economy, the survey found. While 58 per cent expect their sales to increase over the next six months, that’s down from 75 per cent in the June report. And the CEOs forecast the economy will expand just 1.9 per cent this year, below their 2.1 per cent forecast three months earlier.McNerney said that when companies expect growth below 2 per cent, “you’re not adding jobs.” Instead, they will simply push their work forces to be more productive, he said.The Roundtable’s overall CEO Outlook index fell to 66, the lowest since the third quarter of 2009, when the economy was just emerging from recession. Any reading above 50 suggests the economy is expanding.Still, the negative impact of the fiscal cliff could be offset after the presidential election if Congress postponed the cuts and tax increases and agreed on a longer-term framework for reducing the deficit, McNerney said.The downbeat view among chief executives is in contrast with a report Tuesday showing that consumers are more optimistic. The Conference Board’s consumer confidence index rose in September to its highest level in seven months. Rising home values and stock prices have boosted Americans’ confidence that the economy will improve in the coming months. More people even expected hiring to pick up.The Business Roundtable represents the CEOs of the 200 largest U.S. corporations. The survey results are based on 138 responses received between Aug. 30 and Sept. 14. US CEOs report gloomiest outlook in 3 years as hiring, sales expectations fall by News Staff Posted Sep 26, 2012 12:18 pm MDT read more

Rikke Skov questionable for the EHF EUR0 2010

Famous left back of Danish national team and one of the best world’s team, Viborg, Rikke Skov has a problem with a shoulder and it is still a question, if she will be ready for the EHF EURO 2010 in home country and in the neighborhood. One is definitely, she will miss the preparation tournament in Norway, where will participate EHF EURO 2010 competitors, Scandinavians, Denmark, Norway and Iceland, also Serbia.– I am coming to participate in Norway, just as a spectator – said Rikke for the Danish Press.Danish national coach, Jan Pytlick will announced official squad at 30th of November at Press Conference in Odense. ← Previous Story The Swiss resizing their League on 10 teams Next Story → Brazilian Chana Masson until 2013 in Randers HK Danish women handballRikke Skov

The HSE has spent €3m upgrading its headquarters in the last five

first_imgThe HSE has spent €3m upgrading its headquarters in the last five years This includes €1.3 million on basement refurbishment in 2016 and over €92,000 on canteen renovations in 2015. By Órla Ryan Thursday 2 Mar 2017, 12:01 AM 13,283 Views Mar 2nd 2017, 12:01 AM 24 Comments Image: Wikipedia Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlecenter_img Share616 Tweet Email2 Dr Steevens’ Hospital http://jrnl.ie/3265226 Short URL THE HSE HAS spent just over €3 million refurbishing its headquarters in Dublin over the last five years.Figures released to TheJournal.ie under the Freedom of Information Act show the expenditure during this period includes about €1.3 million on basement refurbishment in 2016, €92,581 on canteen renovations in 2015 and over €550,000 on pitched roof maintenance in 2014.A spokesperson said: “The main expenditure was on reconfiguring the basement in the building to accommodate offices and a suite of meeting rooms. Other significant projects completed in this period include the refurbishment/upgrade of the staff canteen and the installation of more cost-effective lighting.”The HSE’s headquarters is located at Dr Steevens’ Hospital, a listed building close to Heuston Railway Station.Here’s a breakdown of how much was spent annually during the last five-year period:2016: €1.49 million2015: €225,1792014: €838,4702013: €472,3002012: €40,000Just over €1.3 million was spent in 2013 and 2014, including:€553,574 on pitched roof and window maintenance€229,000 on kitchen upgrades€166,760 on roof repair (including almost €68,000 on emergency repairs to stop a leak)€85,000 on lift repair€534,450 on replacing two boilers (the HSE said both boilers were “each over 20 years old and malfunctioning regularly”)€10,589 on library refurbishment‘Value for money’In a further statement to TheJournal.ie, the HSE said: “Dr Steevens’ provides approximately 110,000 sq ft of office accommodation for the HSE in a city centre location. The cost of leasing such accommodation in Dublin city at the moment would be somewhere between €4.5 million and €9.5 million per annum, with a further once off fit-out cost of between €11 million and €16 million.The investment in the building in the last 18 months was to provide additional office space and meeting rooms in the basement of the building. Without this investment further space would have to be leased in the vicinity. The recent expenditure on the building represents value for money for the State.“Dr Steevens’ is a listed building and the HSE is obliged (enforceable by the planning authorities) to preserve the building in its present condition. There are costs associated with maintaining historic buildings.”Read: Allegations of abuse about another child at ‘Grace’ home reported to gardaí in 1996Read: Dentists call for regular teeth screenings in schools to avoid ‘traumatic’ extractions Dr Steevens’ Hospital Image: Wikipedialast_img read more

15yearold girl pimped by girlfriend for drugs and money to be placed

first_img Apr 25th 2019, 5:29 PM https://jrnl.ie/4607139 By Aodhan O’Faolain & Ray Managh Image: Shutterstock/Antonio Guillem Image: Shutterstock/Antonio Guillem 15-year-old girl pimped by girlfriend for drugs and money to be placed in facility for troubled teens One of several men that had unprotected sex with the teenager is a male prostitute who is HIV positive. Share Tweet Email3 No Comments TUSLA, THE CHILD and Family Agency, has secured High Court orders allowing it to place a teenage girl who is being pimped to men by her girlfriend for money and drugs at a secure facility for troubled teens.The CFA sought the orders over concerns for the 15-year-old girl’s life and welfare following several incidents in recent weeks.The concerns include that the girl, who has a history of absconding for days and is deemed extremely vulnerable, has been sexually assaulted and abused on many occasions.She was pimped out to several men by her older girlfriend for “€20 and drugs,” including crack cocaine and heroin, the CFA claim.The girl, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, has been taking illegal drugs and alcohol before being pimped out to the men.One of several men that had unprotected sex with the teenager is an Irish based Eastern European male prostitute who is HIV positive.While the girl has not developed the condition, she has not been taking medication prescribed to her aimed at preventing her from becoming HIV positive.There is also a risk that the girl may become pregnant, as the only contraceptive she is known to have used on occasions is the morning after pill.The girl, who was in several placements had most recently been staying with her father, who the court heard has been trying to help her.In order to prevent her from absconding the father had removed handles from doors and latches from windows so she could not get out.At the High Court today Justice Alexander Owens granted the CFA various interim orders, including allowing it to detain the teen at a facility for teenagers in Dublin.The CFA says the girl will be kept safe at the facility, where she will be able to access the supports and healthcare she requires.The order was granted on an ex-parte basis, and was sought after a place the CFA has available for minors in its special care units became available.The judge also appointed a qualified social worker to act as the girl’s independent guardian ad litem.Seeking the orders David Leahy Bl for the CFA said in his eight years making applications to have young persons placed in secure care this case was the most “stark”.There were serious concerns for the girl’s physical health and mental well-being, and her family had indicated their general support that the girl get the help she requires.The girl is in a relationship with an older girl, counsel said, but the reality was this person “acted more as the teen’s pimp.”One of the men believed to have sexually assaulted her is her girlfriend’s brother, the court heard.The teen had been found at various locations after she absconded from where she was supposed to be staying, including apartments with men believed to be using her for sex.Counsel said that on one of the occasions the teen absconded, her family learned on social media that she was to meet a man at a public house.Her family intercepted her at the pub in an attempt to ensure she did not come to harm.Counsel said that the gardaí are investigating certain matters, including the girl’s claims about being sexually abused.There is also a probe into the possibility that she may have participated in the making of child pornography.The girl is now in a situation where her life is at risk, counsel said.There were also concerns that the girl might be suicidal, and that she had been involved in “a suicide pact.”Counsel said that the reports are that the girl is quite bright, but had not been in school for some time.The staff at the school the girl had attended had expressed their concerns for the girl, who claimed to have been bullied there.She had been put in various placements, but these had not worked out.In addition, she had not engaged with various services or attended at appointments made for her with healthcare professionals.The matter will return before the Court next week. Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 38,621 Views Thursday 25 Apr 2019, 5:29 PMlast_img read more

Japon alerte au tsunami après un violent séisme

first_imgJapon : alerte au tsunami après un violent séismeUn important séisme, de magnitude 7,3 sur l’échelle de Richter, a secoué ce mercredi matin le nord-est du Japon. La violence de la secousse a conduit l’Agence météorologique japonaise à émettre une alerte au tsunami, levée quelques heures plus tard sans qu’aucun dégât n’ait été signalé.La secousse a été ressentie jusqu’à Tokyo où les immeubles ont tremblé pendant une trentaine de secondes. Mais ni victime ni dommage matériel n’ont été constatés, rapporte le site du Point. Ce séisme s’est produit à 11h45 (2h45 GMT), à 400 kilomètres de la capitale, mais à une très faible profondeur de dix kilomètres. Quant à son épicentre, il a été localisé à 160 kilomètres à l’est de la péninsule d’Oshika, dans la préfecture de Miyagi.À lire aussiComment expliquer les mystérieux séismes au large de Mayotte ?Face à la violence de la secousse, l’Agence météorologique japonaise a émis une alerte au tsunami mineur. Mais la plus haute vague n’ayant atteint que 60 centimètres dans le port d’Ofunato, dans la préfecture d’Iwate, l’avertissement a été levé trois heures plus tard, quand le trafic ferroviaire des trains à grande vitesse, interrompu brièvement, avait déjà repris depuis un long moment.Situé dans une zone de subduction de quatre plaques tectoniques, l’archipel nippon est régulièrement touché par des secousses telluriques plus ou moins intenses et dévastatrices. C’est en 1923 que s’est produit le séisme le plus meurtrier, celui du Kantō, qui fit plus de cent mille morts. Plus récemment, en 1995, le séisme de Kōbe avait fait 6.437 victimes.Le 9 mars 2011 à 14:43 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Brikama spanks Bombada despite six key stars absence

first_imgBy Sulayman BahBrikama United sashayed over Bomdaba to win the all-West Coast Region league derby in a tie which wrapped 2-0.The Sateba Boys’ gaffer Modou Lamin Nyassi prior to the fixture was left wary over the absence of his key men namely Daniel Mendy, John Bass, Ablie Gomez, Hamidou Bojang, Modou Jadama and Sainey Bojang.However, the gap created by the unavailability of these players did not show at least going by Monday’s derby game’s performances.Former Africa U-17 Cup-winning midfielder Sainey Sambou broke the deadlock in the 58th minute after the first-half ended in a stalemate.Sambou ballooned in an improbable effort that beat the Bombada net-minder to send the impressive supporters to raptures.Just as Bombada were regrouping to hit back, Brikama punished them again on the counter. Yaya Badjie wedged from inside to set up Insa Badjie who connected his head to it to make it 2-0.In other games, Steve Biko and Banjul United grinded out a goalless affair while Hawks FC walloped Marimoo 3-1.Gambia Armed Forces and Fortune FC were slugging it out yesterday at press time as well as Real de Banjul with Tallinding United.last_img read more

The iPad is Great But Remember—Its Apples Way or the Highway

first_imgMagazine publishers are scrambling to be on the iPad and why not?  Wired saw 73,000 downloads in the first nine days after its iPad edition launched and editor-in-chief Chris Anderson anticipated iPad downloads beating newsstand sales (which average mid-80,000) in June without cannibalizing print sales. IDG’s PCWorld and Macworld went from 600 monthly downloads COMBINED with their digital editions to 8,000 downloads with their iPad version. With the iPad (and the slew of tablets expected to hit the market), publishers have finally found a format online. But getting an app approved can be a frustrating ordeal, especially when publishers find out at the 11th hour that their proposal has been rejected (in what increasingly seems to be arbitrary fashion). Condé Nast famously had to rework its iPad apps when Apple announced that it wouldn’t accept Flash. More recently, a source told FOLIO: that Sports Illustrated was forced to withdraw its subscription model for an iPad app, even though the magazine felt like it was following similar models of the Wall Street Journal and Wired by allowing print subscribers to access the iPad version free this year, with new readers buying the content a month at a time. Apple is said to have forced SI to change the offer to single copy purchase. SI declined to comment about whether it had to change its subscription model but a spokesperson did say, “We’re working with several partners to develop our subscription platform which we hope to introduce later this year.” Most digital magazine vendors are offering an iPad app these days and serve as an intermediary between the publisher and Apple. But working with Apple can be frustrating for them as well. “It’s tough because they really want you to play by their rules,” Marcus Grimm, marketing director at NXTbook Media, tells me.  “In the process of submitting our app to the Apple Store, we wanted to include Omniture tracking because our publishers have come to expect a lot of data. Apple has been very upfront about saying, ‘Hey, we’re going to watch how much data you can give people.’ The Apple process says, ‘If you do anything special with tracking, please let us know ahead of time so we can guide you’ and we wrote a long e-mail about what we wanted to track and why, and their response was, ‘We won’t comment until you submit the app.’ We’re developing according to how we think they’ll react but that’s not really a business partnership. You just read the spec guide and say a prayer.” That leaves publishers (who have invested significant time and money in developing apps) at the mercy of a process they largely have to guess at. Long-term, an even bigger concern is how Apple can dictate both the financial model and customer interaction with emerging iPad editions. We’ve often heard that “the newsstand model is broken.” Let’s hope that the promise of the iPad and other tablets isn’t broken before it’s even out of the gate.last_img read more

Remember when GM made a coalpowered turbine engine car We didnt either

first_img Comment 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: First hybrid minivan wins on fuel economy Unfortunately, the downside is that the exhaust produced by the turbine is hot enough to set just about anything on fire  — though Chrysler did figure out a way around this — and it’s not exceptionally efficient when it’s idling at 22,000 revolutions per minute, as Mr. Leno points out in his excellent video on the turbine car. Add in the fact that turbine engines are inherently dirty and you see why the idea never really took off.Leno eventually revisited the idea of the turbine-powered car with his one-off Ecojet project. This used a Lycoming helicopter turbine that was started on conventional Jet A fuel and then transitioned to biofuel which made for much cleaner emissions. His efforts weren’t without their problems though, since he didn’t go through the same kind of trouble and expense that Chrysler did to cool the exhaust. 52 Photos 1 2020 Mercedes-Benz CLA250 first drive: Now actually feels like a premium car 2019 Maserati Levante GTS: Heart of gold Share your voice General Motors Chrysler Given all of the concerns we have today over vehicle emissions, it’s almost impossible to imagine that just a few decades ago, those short-sleeve and long-tie wearing engineers at General Motors came up with a car that would run on coal.Yes, coal. Or, specifically superfine coal dust. The dust was blown into a turbine engine like you’d find in a jet and burned as fuel. Let us now dip our toes for a moment into the waters of nostalgia with a segment from an ancient episode of MotorWeek that features GM’s weird experiment and all scratch our heads together. Tags Techrules Ren is a turbine car, but not in the way you’d think Of course, GM was far from the first carmaker to experiment with turbine engine-powered cars. Chrysler famously produced a few dozen road-going examples that ran on gasoline, one of which has ended up in the collection of one Mr. Jay Leno. His is one of only two in private hands.The turbine engine has a lot of desirable traits. It’s relatively compact, at high speeds it’s pretty efficient, and it can burn damn near anything as fuel, be that jet fuel or gasoline or Drakkar Noir. It’s an incredibly smooth means of propulsion because the motion of the motor is all rotational, not reciprocating. It also sounds like a taxiing jet. Auto Tech Car Culture More From Roadshowlast_img read more

Judge sides with Jewell in dispute over exploration plan

first_imgA federal judge has sided with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell over whether Jewell must approve exploration plans meeting certain requirements for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.The state last year sued the Interior Department for refusing to consider an exploration plan for the refuge’s coastal plain, calling it a violation of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act.Federal officials said the exploration authorization expired in the 1980s.In an order Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Gleason wrote that Congress authorized the Interior secretary to approve limited-duration exploratory activity on the coastal plain and ordered a report generated from the activities by 1987.Gleason said the law is ambiguous as to whether the secretary must approve additional exploration after that but found Jewell’s interpretation of the law was reasonable.last_img read more

DB official held with yaba

first_img.Police detained a member of Detective Branch (DB) of police along with 1,000 pieces of yaba from Moizzartek area in Chittagong on Tuesday evening, reports UNB.The detainee is Anwar Hossian, 35, an assistant sub-inspector of district Detective Branch of police.Karnaphuli police station officer-in-charge Sayedul Mostafa said based on secret information a team of Chittagong metropolitan DB police conducted a raid in the port city and detained Anwar along with a private car.Later, DB police seized 1,000 pieces of contraband tablets from his possession and handed him over to the police station.A case was filed.last_img

2nd span of Padma Bridge installed

first_imgThe second span of Padma Bridge is installed on Sunday. Photo: Satyajit GhoshThe second span (superstructure) of the much-hyped Padma Bridge was installed between pillars 38 and 39 on Sunday morning, reports news agency UNB.With the installation of the second span around 8:30am, a total of 300 metres of the Padma Bridge is now visible, said the engineers concerned.A concerned official said now it will be possible to set up more than one span in every month.Earlier on Saturday, the second span of the bridge could not be installed due to the depth and strong current in the river.“The installation process of the 150 metres span has been started on Saturday morning. The floating crane carrying the 150-metre span weighing 3,140 tonnes could not reach the pillars for depth and strong current in the river,” said Mir Faruque Hossain, surveyor of the project.The work of Padma Multipurpose Bridge became visible with the installation of a 150-metre first span on the pillars 37 and 38 on September 30 last.The construction work on the country’s largest bridge started in December in 2015 and it is expected that the mega construction will be completed by December this year.A total of 41 spans, each 150 metres long, will be installed on 42 concrete pillars of the 6.15-km bridge, according to the engineers concerned.last_img read more

2 more killed in RAB gunfight

first_img.Two people were killed in a reported gunfight with members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in Narayanganj’s Alirtek early Monday, reports UNB.The law enforcement identified both of them as robbers. They were Zillur, an alleged ringleader of gang ‘Zillur Bahini’ and his associate Jony.A team of RAB-11 arrested Zillur two days ago, according to RAB.After obtaining information from him, a team of RAB led by major Ashiq, deputy commanding officer, conducted a drive in the area around 3:40am.Sensing the presence of law enforcers, Zillur Bahini people opened fire on them, prompting the RAB men to retaliate, triggering the shootout, said RAB personnel.After the gunfight, the RAB recovered the two bodies from the spot.The elite force also recovered a foreign pistol, a bullet, a cartridge, and five-rounds of bullets of shotgun.The law enforcement’s version of the event was, however, not verified independently as no version of the incident was available immediately either from any witnesses or from any members of the victim’s family.Earlier on 5 March, three people were killed in two separate gunfights with law enforcers in Brahmanbaria and Barguna districts.last_img read more

Popcap games for Android now arriving in the Amazon Appstore

first_imgAmazon launched its standalone Android Appstore with a bang, offering an exclusive download of Angry Birds Rio. Mobile gamers love addictive, casual games and they love freebies — and Amazon knows it. By inking high-profile studios to exclusive launches, the company has generated plenty of buzz around its Appstore and continued building momentum with additional free apps and games.So what does Amazon do to follow up the Appstore’s success with Rio? Why, it signs casual gaming gods PopCap to an exclusive agreement, of course. The first installment has arrived, with Chuzzle popping up as the free download of the day (it’s normally priced at $2.99). Other PopCap titles will follow in short order, including Peggle and Plants vs. Zombies — which will arrive in the Appstore on May 30, 2011 and be free on launch day. PVZ will remain an Amazon exclusive for two weeks and is sure to attract another wave of new users to its Appstore.Amazon is no doubt hoping that all the interest built around its Appstore will pay off big time once its family of Android tablets is finally unveiled later this year. Rumors continue to circulate following head honcho Jeff Bezos’ “stay tuned” statement, and there’s now word that Amazon may be the first to introduce an Android tablet using Nvidia’s quad core Kal El chip. That chip would power the company’s 10-inch tablet, while the paperback-sized 6-inch model would be a more standard-issue dual-core Tegra 2. Estimates have the larger slate as launching at around $400, the smaller at $200 — some time later this year.With months of free games and apps logged, and price points which look extremely enticing, Amazon could well be poised to shake up the Android ecosystem — and the tablet world in general.More at Android Police and RWWlast_img read more

Bar Association lifts ceasework in Calcutta HC

first_imgKolkata: The Bar Association of the Calcutta High Court on Saturday lifted its two-month-long ceasework following the Centre’s notification to appoint four more judges and a permanent chief justice, an official said. The lawyers will resume work in the high court from Monday, Bar Association President Uttam Majumder said at a press conference here.The ceasework at the high court, which had 2.22 lakh cases pending before it at the end of January, had commenced on February 19 to press for the appointment of more judges and a chief justice for the high court which had been headed by acting chief justices for over three years with the exception of only three months. The Bar Association, which commands the support of majority of the lawyers, said the decision to lift the ceasework was taken unanimously in consultation with other striking lawyers’ bodies. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights”Today (Saturday) we got the notification from the Centre about the appointment of four new judges who will take over from next week. The high court will also have a permanent chief justice from next week. In the wake of these developments, we are lifting the ceasework,” Majumder said.He said three judges had been appointed by the Centre in March and with four new appointments on Saturday, the high court now has 37 judges which is a little over 50 percent of the sanctioned strength of 72 judges. To a question about the Bar Association’s earlier decision that the ceasework will continue till May 11, Majumder said: “We had asserted that the ceasework will automatically stand withdrawn if the appointment of new judges is notified in the meantime.”last_img read more

LISTEN Ron Jaworski ESPN NFL analyst

first_imgLISTEN: Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst Call in Ali; ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski says the Arizona Cardinals’ game against conference opponent Seattle Seahawks “will be a prizefight.” “They’ll just slug it out,” he said to Burns and Gambo on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Thursday. “This is not going to be one of those ‘pretty games,’” he said. “This is a little bit of an old-school throwback kind of football game with a lot at stake.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Like home field advantage and a bye week, for example. There’s a lot of pressure on the Cardinals, but Jaworski has some advice for the team as they prepare for Sunday. “I’ve never bought into that ‘it’s just another game,’” he said. “I know that’s the way coaches try to sell it, and you prepare your team for 16 games…but every player knows when there’s a big game. They can’t go anywhere without people wanting to talk about it. “My feeling is always to embrace it, but don’t be distracted by the magnitude of the game.” The 11-3 Cardinals have had a season that’s the stuff of fairytales (or famous movies about boxers) with plenty of adversity to overcome along the way. Jaworski says to give credit where its due. “You gotta give Bruce Arians and his staff a lot of credit,” he said. “He is the coach of the year in my opinion — to hold this team together and keep instilling confidence when everyone else would doubt the direction they were going, you know, he held to his guns and got the job done. Your browser does not support the audio element. 0 Comments   Share   center_img Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

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first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email President Donald Trump listens to a question during a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the Oval Office of the White House, Thursday, June 20, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) by Kevin Freking, The Associated Press Posted Jun 20, 2019 7:01 pm PDT Trump claims his support among Latino voters is rising WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump claims his policies to stop illegal immigration are helping his standing with Latino voters, and he is taking undue credit for uniting families who were separated at the border.Trump made the statements in a sometimes combative interview airing Thursday on the Spanish-language network Telemundo.Trump says Hispanics want toughness at the border and says his poll numbers with the increasingly important voting bloc have “gone way up” because he’s delivered.He says Hispanics “don’t want people coming and taking their jobs” and “don’t want criminals to come because they understand the border.”The most recent AP-NORC poll conducted in mid-June showed Trump with 26 per cent support among Hispanics. The White House has not provided the polling to support Trump’s comments.Kevin Freking, The Associated Presslast_img read more

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