NEW DELHI: The upcoming Lok Sabha polls are “waveless” and the people of Delhi would vote on the basis of local factors affecting their lives, AAP Lok Sabha candidate Raghav Chadha said. Chadha is one of the seven Lok Sabha candidates fielded by the AAP for the polls. He is being fielded by the party from South Delhi. “I feel caste would not play a role in the upcoming elections. The more any political party tries to divide them (people of Delhi) the more they will lose. Dominating factor would be the promises made by BJP and Congress,” he said. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”It is a waveless election where people would vote on the basis of local factors affecting their lives,” he said. On the ongoing uncertainty over alliance with Congress in Delhi, Chadha said it looks the Congress is not “serious” about defeating the BJP. “AAP lost Punjab because BJP transferred votes to the Congress . They ensured BJP votes got transferred to Congress with clinical precision…now Congress is returning the favour by not coming (onboard) with us,” the AAP Spokesperson said. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchings”The BJP wants to punish the people of Delhi because they voted for us in 2015 and that is why they are creating hurdles in our development activities,” he said. “A full statehood for Delhi would solve the problem,” the 30-year-old said. On AAP being seen as a new party or “inexperienced” by people, Chadha said the AAP feels this so-called inexperience is “not a pain but a boon”. “We are elated that we do not have experience that these traditional politicians and these mainstream political parties have that is the experience of indulging in corrupt practices, in criminal activities, in disturbing communal harmony and that is why this inexperience that we have is not a pain but a boon,” he said. On the issue of full statehood for Delhi, Chadha said the biggest advantage would be that law enforcement agencies would be in the ambit of the elected government and with that the AAP can ensure safety and security to women.
ALGIERS – Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika clinched a fourth term on Friday, despite his poor health, winning a landslide victory in an election marred by low turnout and his rival alleging fraud.The 77-year-old incumbent who voted from a wheelchair on Thursday scooped 81.53 percent of the votes, compared with his main rival, Ali Benflis, who received 12.18 percent, Interior Minister Tayeb Belaiz told a news conference.“The people have chosen freely, in a climate that was transparent and neutral,” Belaiz insisted. Benflis, who had already cited “serious irregularities” across the country on polling day, swiftly refused to recognise Bouteflika’s re-election.“Recognising it would be complicit in fraud,” he told a news conference after the results were announced, condemning what he called “an alliance between fraud, suspicious money and the bought media”.Bouteflika’s victory had been widely expected, with his supporters celebrating in Algiers after polls closed late Thursday, and the press anticipating his re-election on Friday before the results were announced.It comes a year after Bouteflika suffered a stroke that confined him to hospital for three months and prevented him from campaigning for re-election in person.Growing problems, falling revenues:The re-election of the veteran leader, who has ruled the strategically important, energy-rich North African nation since 1999, has provoked the anger of young Algerians desperate for change, amid widespread corruption, high youth unemployment and sectarian unrest.He must now make good on his campaign promise of “a broad democracy” where “every citizen will take part in the country’s development”.Analysts warn of rising instability in Algeria over social problems and the government’s failure to address them.“Bouteflika’s re-election will pave the way for a period of instability characterised by social discontent that will get worse,” said political analyst Rachid Tlemcani.“The powers that be, embodied by Bouteflika, will no longer be able to buy the social peace, as they did during his three previous mandates, because of a probable fall in the country’s oil revenues.”Discontent is most evident in the restive Kabylie region, where some 70 people were hurt in clashes on Thursday between police and youths seeking to disrupt the vote.In Raffour village, anti-regime sentiment was palpable, with masked youths armed with slings and chanting hostile slogans confronting police who fired tear gas.More than 260,000 police officers, some armed with assault rifles, were deployed to maintain security during polling in Africa’s largest country.Despite Bouteflika urging “all citizens to participate” and “not remain on the fringes of the nation”, voter turnout appeared to reflect the political apathy among the electorate.Figures showed 51.7 percent of Algerians voted, making it the weakest participation rate of any presidential election in the past 20 years.The turnout, which was lowest in the restive Kabylie region where only around one in four people voted, was sharply down from the official figure of 74.11 percent given in 2009.A leaked US diplomatic cable estimated the actual 2009 figure at not more than 30 percent.Stability at a price:Bouteflika’s decision to seek re-election, first announced in February, had drawn derision and at times scathing criticism in the independent media.However, he remains popular with many Algerians, especially for helping to end the devastating civil war of the 1990s, in which up to 200,000 people were killed.“The Algerians have voted for security and stability,” announced newspaper Ach-Chouroq on Friday, alluding to the main theme of Bouteflika’s campaign.But leading daily El Watan lamented “blackmail through fear”, saying Thursday’s vote would be remembered as the “election of the absurd”.Ahmed Ouyahia, a former prime minister now heading the president’s office, had said that a contested election result could reopen “the gates of hell”.In a rare public expression of the frustration felt by some Algerians towards the authoritarian political establishment, youth protest group Barakat (Enough) was founded just two months ago specifically to challenge Bouteflika’s re-election bid.But sporadic demonstrations in the weeks before the poll were quickly suppressed.Barakat and a coalition of five opposition parties, both Islamist and secular, had called on Algerians to boycott an election they said was a “sham”.
TORONTO — Canada said Friday it will allow the U.S. extradition case against Chinese Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to proceed.Canadian Department of Justice officials issued a statement saying they diligently reviewed the evidence and the case can go ahead.Meng is due in court on March 6, at which time a date for her extradition hearing will be set. The decision to proceed is a formality and allows a judge to hear arguments on whether to grant the U.S. request.Canada arrested the daughter of Huawei’s founder at the request of the U.S. on Dec. 1 at Vancouver’s airport. Meng is wanted on fraud charges that she misled banks about the company’s business dealings in Iran.“There is sufficient evidence to be put before an extradition judge for decision,” the statement said.The statement took pains to stress Canada is following its extradition laws. Ultimately, Canada’s justice minister must decide if Meng is extradited.The case set off a diplomatic furor among the three countries, complicated high-stakes U.S.-China trade talks and damaged Beijing’s relations with Ottawa.China detained former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig and Canadian entrepreneur Michael Spavor on Dec. 10 in an apparent attempt to pressure Canada to release Meng. A Chinese court also sentenced a Canadian to death in a sudden retrial, overturning a 15-year prison term handed down earlier. Kovrig and Spavor haven’t had access to a lawyer since being arrested.Meng is out on bail in Canada and living in one of her two Vancouver mansions awaiting extradition proceedings.David Martin, Meng’s lawyer, said in a statement: “We are disappointed that the Minister of Justice has decided to issue an Authority to Proceed in the face of the political nature of the U.S. charges and where the President of the United States has repeatedly stated that he would interfere in Ms. Meng’s case if he thought it would assist the U.S negotiations with China over a trade deal.”Martin also said the charges against Meng are not crimes in Canada and that his client maintains her innocence.China’s embassy in Ottawa also blasted the decision.“The Chinese side is utterly dissatisfied,” the embassy said in a statement. “This is not a merely judicial case, but a political persecution against a Chinese high-tech enterprise. The subsequent developments have proved this. The so-called “rule of law” and “judicial independence” asserted by Canada cannot cover up the mistakes made by the Canadian side on the case of Meng Wanzhou.”Huawei, the biggest global supplier of network gear for phone and internet companies, is a focus of U.S. security concerns. Washington has pressured other countries to limit use of its technology, warning they could be opening themselves up to surveillance and theft of information.The U.S. and China have tried to keep Meng’s case separate from their wider trade dispute, but President Donald Trump has undercut that intent, saying he would consider intervening in the case against Meng if it would be in the interest of U.S. national security or help forge a trade deal with Beijing.“Judging from the obvious political interference presented on this case, if Canada really abides by the principle of rule of law and judiciary independence, the Canadian side should refuse the extradition request of the United States and immediately release Ms. Meng Wanzhou in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Extradition Act of Canada,” the Chinese embassy added.“The final result of the Canadian court to handle this case will be a touchstone for testing whether Canada adheres to the judicial independence or not. We will wait and see.”Rob Gillies, The Associated Press
DETROIT — A person briefed on the matter says Volkswagen will invest $2.6 billion in a Pittsburgh autonomous vehicle company that’s mostly owned by Ford.The number is part of a broader partnership on electric and self-driving vehicles that Ford and the German automaker will announce Friday in New York.The person says the two will become equal owners of Argo AI, which is developing autonomous vehicle systems. The person didn’t want to be identified because the figures haven’t been officially announced.The VW investment includes $1 billion in cash and the $1.6 billion value of VW’s autonomous intelligent driving company. Ford already has committed to putting $1 billion into Argo, which the person says is now valued at $7 billion.Also under the deal, Ford will use VW’s new modular electric vehicle underpinnings to build zero-emissions vehicles for the European market, according to another person briefed on the matter who also didn’t want to be identified ahead of the official announcement.Tom Krisher, The Associated Press
S&P downgrades Greece further into junk territory, cites ‘likely’ default without debt deal NEW YORK, N.Y. – Standard & Poor’s has downgraded Greece’s credit rating one notch further into junk territory, saying it’s likely the country will default on its commercial debt within a year if it can’t strike a deal with its creditors.The rating agency said Wednesday Greece has shown it is giving higher priority to pensions and other domestic spending than making debt payments on time.It lowered its rating to “CCC” from “CCC+” with a “negative” outlook. by The Associated Press Posted Jun 10, 2015 3:08 pm MDT Last Updated Jun 10, 2015 at 3:33 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
The West African nation is scheduled to hold four elections, namely presidential, parliamentary, local council and mayoral, on 17 November – a crucial test for a country that is rebuilding after a vicious civil war that ended in 2002. In a unanimously adopted resolution, the Council extended the mandate of the UN Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Sierra Leone (UNIPSIL) and requested the mission, along with the UN country team and the international community, to provide assistance to the Government and its electoral, democratic and security institutions in the preparation and conduct of the polls.It also called on the Government, all political parties and the people of Sierra Leone “to continue to foster an environment that is conducive to the holding of peaceful, inclusive and credible elections, including through open, genuine and inclusive dialogue to address possible differences, and to respect the outcome of the elections.”Yesterday, the top UN envoy in Sierra Leone, Jens Anders Toyberg-Frandzen, reported to the Council that the major electoral arrangements, with technical assistance from the UN, are on track as is the training of the police and the provision of the necessary logistics. Mr. Toyberg-Frandzen, the Secretary-General’s Executive Representative and head of UNIPSIL, added that the polls are an opportunity to further consolidate peace and the achievements of the past decade. “The successful conduct of elections will demonstrate the maturity of Sierra Leone’s political leadership and institutions, as well as the consolidation of the democratic process in the country,” he stated.
CHICAGO – It seems the Ohio State men’s basketball team has overcome the blessing and the curse of having a man who might have been put on Earth to shoot a basketball. In its eighth consecutive win, OSU captured the Big Ten tournament championship against the Badgers, 50-43, in part because of that man – junior forward Deshaun Thomas – and in part due to its ability to overcome its dependence on him. After stringing together three wins in three days, the Buckeyes can call themselves champions of one of the nation’s most rugged conferences. That feat, though, seemed dubious – maybe even impossible – following a 22-point loss to the Badgers in Madison that came across as a curtsy before exiting the Big Ten basketball stage. More than a month ago, it seemed rather obvious that OSU, for as talented as it might be, was a one-man show – with Thomas as its only marvel. That loss to Bo Ryan’s squad on Feb. 17 breathed life into the sentiment that the Buckeyes would only go as far as Thomas, who totaled 18 of OSU’s 49 points that day, could take them; symptomatic of a team in dire need of second scorer. But Aaron Craft said losing has a way of cleansing the soul. “I mean, you obviously you want to win every game. But – and I hate to say you have to lose to learn a lesson – but sometimes we’ve had to do that,” the junior guard said after Sunday’s contest. “We’ve just looked at each other and, you know, we didn’t have anyone else to lean on. It was us when no one else really kind of gave us any due or believed in us. So we kind of wanted to take more ownership as players, as a team … whatever our role is, we wanted to do that.” While those roles have changed on a game-to-game basis lately, they’ve guided the Buckeyes to recent success. Thomas has continued with his offensive role as the team and Big Ten’s leading scorer, but help from Craft, among others, has lifted the Buckeyes to its fourth conference tournament crown since 2007 and a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament. In OSU’s first game of the conference tournament, a 71-50 blowout of Nebraska on Friday, Thomas did his part, scoring 19 points, but he had substantial help from sophomore forward Sam Thompson, who also tallied 19 points playing in the United Center in his hometown, Chicago. Against Michigan State, Thomas played second fiddle to Craft, who gashed through the Spartans defense for 20 points in a 61-58 win. And while the Fort Wayne, Ind., native still had 16 points, it appeared clear that Thomas didn’t have the burden of being OSU’s only capable scoring threat. Sunday unfolded in a similar manner, except this time, sophomore forward LaQuinton Ross assumed the role as Thomas’ sidekick and chipped in seven points. While Thomas led the team with 17 points, Ross’ play down the stretch is what ultimately sealed the Buckeyes’ fate. “That feels great. That’s like a great moment, man, knowing that you’re in there with the last two minutes in on the game, knowing that like, it’s not only on you but it’s on your teammates, that you got to help them win,” Ross said. Ross has become one of OSU’s ever-growing arsenal of scorers who form a legitimate threat as the team heads into the NCAA tournament. And, Thomas, who has served as a stabilizing force for the Buckeyes for so long, said those scorers can only help the team en route to March Madness success. “At this stage right now, a lot of people (are) scoring on our team and people know I can score, and right now it’s all about winning and getting to that next play and next play and the next game,” Thomas said. No. 2 OSU is set to play No. 15 seed Iona in the first-round of the NCAA tournament in Dayton on Friday at 7:15 p.m. This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: Correction: March 18, 2013 An earlier version of this story stated OSU plays Iona in the first-round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday. The teams play Friday.
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The Vancouver Fire Marshal has decided to lift the city’s recreational burn ban at 12:01 p.m. Thursday due to the cooler and wetter weather.Recreational fires, campfires and fires in outdoor fireplaces or chimney-type devices are now allowed, said Fire Marshal Heidie Scarpelli.All outdoor burning of things like brush, vegetation and garbage is still prohibited within city limits, Scarpelli said.The Clark County and Battle Ground fire marshals announced Wednesday that they’d be lifting identical burn bans in their areas of coverage at the same time.All three of the bans were put in place on July 26 due to the region’s protracted heat wave and dry spell.The Camas-Washougal Fire Department lifted its recreational burn ban last week.Things have cooled down considerably. Overnight lows in the area are dipping down to about 50 degrees while daytime highs aren’t getting much warmer than 70. That pattern is forecasted through at least Sunday, with a chance of rain showers every day.
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego County Crime Stoppers is working with investigators from the San Diego Regional Fraud Task Force and asking for assistance from the public in locating Mario Chavez.Chavez is wanted in connection with a series of crimes involving the passing of counterfeit U.S. currency throughout San Diego County.Chavez targets sellers offering mobile phones for sale on sites such as “Offer Up”, “Let Go” and classified ads posted on “Craigslist”.Chavez makes contact with the seller through the app or by texting. Chavez will agree to a price and pays for the mobile device in cash. In most cases, the victim does not discover the money they received from Chavez was counterfeit until after Chavez has already left with the device. Chavez is known to use force or flee if confronted by a seller.Mario Kevin Chavez is a Hispanic male, 27-years-old, 6’3” tall, weighs 295 lbs., and has brown hair and brown eyes.Anyone with information on the location of Chavez should call the Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at (888) 580-8477.Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to an arrest in this case. Visit the Crime Stoppers website at www.sdcrimestoppers.org for more information on how to send anonymous web and mobile app tips. SD Crime Stoppers searches for suspect passing of counterfeit U.S. currency throughout county Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter February 16, 2018 Posted: February 16, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom
(Awaiting further details) [Representational Image]TwitterA strong earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 struck off the east of Papua New Guinea during the early hours of Tuesday (May 7) morning, said the United States Geological Survey (USGS).The earthquake hit Papua New Guinea at a depth of 127 km above the surface near Bulolo in Lae, Morobe province. Its effect was felt in the capital Port Moresby, which is 250 km away.The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said that because of the depth of the epicentre of the quake there is no threat of Tsunami. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology also said that the quake was felt all the way in far North Queensland. But it poses no tsunami threat to Australia. However, no immediate reports of damage were reported. The fire department in Lae said no one had yet called in to report damage or injuries so far following the quake. The minor damages to the powerhouses have caused a complete power failure in certain sections of the affected area.
Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott, often a critic of Mayor Catherine Pugh’s administration and a vocal proponent for law enforcement reform, announced he is running for lieutenant governor of Maryland on Feb. 15.According to an email he sent out Wednesday morning to his constiuents, Scott has been tapped by gubernatorial candidate James Shea, an attorney with the Venable law firm and a former chair of the Board of Regents of the University System of Maryland.Baltimore City Council member Brandon Scott jumped into the race for Lt. Gov Feb. 15. (Courtesy photo)“I’m excited to join Jim Shea as his partner to be the next Governor and Lt. Governor of Maryland. As your Lt. Governor, I will be a voice for all Marylanders, including Baltimoreans and other Marylanders who feel like they don’t have a voice in the conversation. I will fight for a better education for our children, safer neighborhoods for our families, and expanded inclusive economic opportunity across the state,” Scott wrote.Shea lags in statewide name recognition compared to other declared gubernatorial candidates like, Rushern Baker, county executive of Prince George’s County; Kevin Kamenetz, county executive of Baltimore County; and Ben Jealous, former president of the NAACP. However, Shea is one of only two candidates who began 2018 with more than a million dollars in the bank (Kamenetz is the other).Scott, who is chair of Baltimore City Council’s, Public Safety Committee, had been seen as a likely candidate to challenge Mayor Pugh. But, his selection as Shea’s running mate would thwart the potential Pugh, Scott confrontation many had anticipated.“Brandon is one of the greatest assets the City of Baltimore has,” said Del. Cory McCray (D-45), who represents a large swath of Scott’s East Baltimore district as a member of the House of Delegates. McCray argues Scott brings balance to Shea’s campaign.“Baltimore City wins when Brandon is at the table…This brings young people back to the table. He crosses generational lines, ethnicity lines and income lines,” said McCray.Only one other Democratic candidate, Jealous, has selected a running mate, Susan Turnbull, former vice-chair of the Democratic National Committee and former chair of the state Democratic Party. Gov. Larry Hogan is sticking with his current Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford. The deadline for gubernatorial candidates to officially select running mates is Feb. 27. The Democratic primary is June 26.
Kolkata: Some nursing staffers of Calcutta Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) have written to the medical superintendent of the hospital urging him to address the dog menace in various wards.This comes barely two weeks after the NRS Medical College and Hospital incident in which 16 puppies were brutally murdered sparking outrage across the state. It was learnt that the nurses from CMCH have requested the hospital authorities to take steps ensuring that the dogs do not enter the wards in the hospital. It has been alleged that the dogs are often found inside the departments causing a nuisance and becomes difficult for the nurses and other staff members to handle. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedNRS Medical College and Hospital issue has given impetus to anti-dog drives in other government-run hospitals as employees have called for campuses free from cats and dogs. One Surajit Malakar, a relative of a patient admitted to CMCH said on Sunday that the surgery ward of the hospital is often filled with dogs. They roam freely inside the ward and sometimes bite the blood pouches of the patients. There had been instances where dogs had snapped the catheters of several patients. A catheter is a tube that is inserted into the body of a patient. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseAccording to sources in the hospital, most of these incidents occur at the surgery ward of the hospital. The patients are often scared of the dogs. It was learnt that after apprehending the gravity of the situation, the hospital authorities have urged the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) to conduct sterilisation and vaccination of the dogs. KMC has already started the process of sterlisation of dogs in several state-run hospitals. In a similar move, a female staffer of NRS Medical College and Hospital has written to the authorities seeking permission to relocate over 130 cats roaming freely inside various wards of the hospital. The killing of 16 puppies at NRS campus created a flutter and two nursing students who were allegedly involved in the incident remain suspended for two by the Health department.
A GROUP of Cypriot doctors have performed their first ever neurosurgical procedure to treat epilepsy at the American Medical Centre/American Heart Institute (AMC/AHI).The preparations and surgery were performed by Dr. Costas Michaelides, a neurologist and epilepsy specialist, and Dr. Andreas Demetriades, a neurosurgeon, who are based at the AMC/AHI and the University of Edinburgh Medical School, respectively.Epilepsy is a neurological condition which affects 0.5-1 per cent of the world’s population, with 5,000 people in Cyprus suffer from the condition. Around 75 per cent of people who have epilepsy are treated with medication which is considered ineffective for the remaining 25 per cent. Those who cannot be treated with medication seek surgical alternatives.The procedure will be offered to people in the second category after they are monitored and referred by their doctors. The AMC/AHI partnered with the Centre of Epilepsy at King’s College Hospital in London and will be jointly examining more demanding and complex cases of epilepsy. Prior to last week, all cases of epilepsy seeking surgical treatment were sent to hospitals overseas.The first patient who underwent surgery had been monitored by doctors for some time to make sure that they found the area of the brain being effected by epilepsy without causing damage to other brain functions.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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