A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, which was to hear the plea of CBI seeking custodial interrogation of Kumar in the chit fund scam, later adjourned the hearing to April 30.
The radar on a key UAE road flashed continuously after it developed a technical glitch.
The bombings in Sri Lanka have once again put a spotlight on the rising tide of violence against Christians all over the world. According to Open Doors USA, an average of 105 churches and/or Christian buildings are burned or attacked every month. That is more than three per day, and almost all of those attacks get ignored by the mainstream media in the western world. In addition, an average of 345 Christians are killed for faith-related reasons every single month. Of course these numbers will soon be out of date, because violence against Christians continues to escalate all over the globe, and the horrifying attacks that we just witnessed in Sri Lanka are a perfect example.
The NYPD, that paragon of opacity, screwed up. And now it wants its stuff back. The Georgetown Center on Privacy & Technology has been engaged in a public records lawsuit against the NYPD since 2017. It's seeking records on the department's use of facial recognition technology. The NYPD has fought hard, but has been forced to hand over almost 3,700 pages of relevant info to date. This after initially telling the Center it had «no responsive documents.» Contained in the steady drip of documents handed over to the Center was something the NYPD Wasn't supposed to release in unredacted form.
According to a series of studies that have been conducted by researchers at the University of Florida over the past several years, alcohol is the real “gateway drug” for teens in the United States. This research finally gives some scientific opposition to the popular myth that cannabis is a gateway drug for young people, that supposedly leads them towards more dangerous drugs like meth or heroin.
NEARLY THREE YEARS after the mysterious group called the Shadow Brokers began disemboweling the NSA's hackers and leaking their hacking tools onto the open web, Iran's hackers are getting their own taste of that unnerving experience. For the last month, a mystery person or group has been targeting a top Iranian hacker team, dumping their secret data, tools, and even identities onto a public Telegram channel—and the leak shows no signs of stopping.
A generation ago, the national debt stood at just a smidgen over USD $4 trillion and a young presidential candidate named Bill Clinton was discussing a great plan he had to have it entirely paid off by now. Oops. The national debt is now 5.5 times bigger.
It was a family outing gone wrong when Facebook user, Merlyn Tok, took her daughters to an indoor playground at Northpoint City on March 24. Her six-year-old daughter complained of an itch in her...
SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore (NUS) on Monday (April 22) said it has a «second strike and you are out» policy for sexual misconduct cases. Setting out how the university handles...
The clip, which was filmed in Manchester, shows a man clamber underneath the car as it parked in the street. After seeing the incident on CCTV, the owners had a look and found the tracker.
Flynn Prevost, 60, was driving through Epping, Essex, when he ruthlessly stabbed another motorist before speeding away from the scene, leaving his victim fighting for his life.
It took paramedics 48 hours to rescue the body of a young man who was stuck underneath rubble of a collapsed building in Achimota.
The family of the military officers who perished in last week's flood in Accra is asking the government to assist in taking care of their 12-year-old son.
The police have arrested a total of 33 suspects said to have started the weekend's market fires at Asafo and the central market in Kumasi.
Israeli soldiers shot a handcuffed and blindfolded Palestinian teenager who was attempting to flee after being detained for suspected stone-throwing in the West Bank on Thursday. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Saudi government has announced plans to compensate countries for potential losses to keep the global crude market in balance after Washington’s decision to end waivers granted to buyers of Iranian oil. Read Full Article at RT.com
New Delhi has beefed up security and surveillance along its maritime borders, reportedly to catch any terrorists fleeing to India from neighboring Sri Lanka, where 290 people were killed in the series of attacks on Easter Sunday. Read Full Article at RT.com
NHL team the Philadelphia Flyers have officially removed a statue of singer Kate Smith outside their stadium, after the team’s management said they learnt that some of her songs contained “racist lyrics and sentiments.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The Guardian’s Eastern Europe reporter has sparked a lively discussion on Twitter by posting photo of a plate of borsch garnished with what he said was dill which he had specifically said he didn’t want in his soup. Read Full Article at RT.com
Monday, April 22nd. 2019 – Shooting In St. Margaret Village The Reporter has confirmed that there was a shooting in St. Margaret last night (Easter Sunday, April, 21 ) in
MANILA, Philippines --- The number coding scheme for all public utility vehicles is suspended on Tuesday, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced on Monday. The MMDA made the announcement shortly after a magnitude 6.1 earthquake rocked several areas in Luzon. But the suspension does not include Las Pias and Makati and does not cover private vehicles. Several schools also declared the suspension of its classes for Tuesday. RELATED Magnitude 6.1 earthquake shakes parts of Luzon #WalangPasok: Class suspensions on Tuesday, April 23 /atm...Keep on reading: MMDA suspends coding for PUVs on Tuesday
MANILA, Philippines --- Some malls in Makati City closed ahead of the end of mall hours following the magnitude 6.1 earthquake that hit parts of Luzon on Monday. Among the malls that have closed are Greenbelt and Glorietta, Police Colonel Rogelio Simon, chief of Makati City Police, said in a text message to reporters. He said SM Makati and Landmark remained open as of 8 p.m. /ee...Keep on reading: Some malls in Makati City close after strong quake
When it's this hot outside, shopping does indeed become a form of cardio. For the next two weekends, prepare yourself for some serious workout. We'll be treated to big shopping events! Each of which match various personalities and needs. Together, they offer a myriad of options. There are trendy items from young, emerging brands. There are also picks from heritage labels that continue to excite with their interpretation of what's current. Maybe you can knock out a few things off your Christmas gift list? How about stocking up for a trip? What about looking for that perfect piece to complete your home? More than shopping, you'll also be able to enjoy a lot of activities: personalizi...Keep on reading: Ready Your Wallets: Here’s Where You Can Do Your Summer Shopping
MANILA, Philippines --- Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Police General Oscar Albayalde ordered the Central Luzon police to activate its Disaster Incident Management Task Group following the reported casualties in Pampanga province. The task group will assist the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council, local government units, other government agencies, and civilian rescue groups, PNP spokesman Colonel Bernard Banac said in a statement. «Paramount is the safety of the public, the maintenance of security and order in all affected areas, and the clearing of all roads and bridges for search, rescue and relief operations,» Banac said. /ee READ: 8 dead in Pampanga a...Keep on reading: Albayalde orders Central Luzon cops to activate disaster management task group
MANILA, Philippines --- The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Region 3 office has closed a portion of a road near the Megadike Access Road in Porac, Pampanga, and another bridge in Floridablanca after cracks caused by an earlier earthquake were discovered. DPWH-Region 3 Director Dong Tolentino said on Monday evening that they would assess the road's status Tuesday, but for the meantime, it would be impassable for vehicles. «Yong bridge naman sa Floridablanca, naka-sara na muna, 'yon kasi 'yong na-damage. Yung sa megadike, medyo may mga crack na, hindi na muna natin pinadadaanan para ma-assess natin bukas ng umaga kapag maliwanag na siya,» Tolentino ...Keep on reading: Road near dike in Porac, bridge in Floridablanca closed after quake
April 22, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The Freedom and Changes forces have decided to suspend talks with the Transitional Military Council (TMC) when they realized that the latter does not recognize them as «legitimate representatives of the revolutionary forces», Sudan Tribune has learnt. On Saturday evening, the head of TMC political committee Omer Zain al-Abdin called the opposition groups for a meeting to urge them to not announce their nominees for the transitional institutions telling them they (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_DISPLAY
Support by regional and international partners will be critical to address the economic crisis, as well as the reformation of government institutions, ministries and security agencies By Ahmed Soliman Sudan has seen more change in the last four months than it has in the previous 30 years. There is a mixture of euphoria and caution about the future, following the removal of longstanding president Omar Al Bashir and members of his ruling regime. Many Sudanese believe that the uprising is (...) - Comment & Analysis
Sunday, April 21st. 2019 – This evening at 6:00pm Police were called to the Rio Hondo river at the Belize-Mexico border near August Pine Ridge-Blue Creek, Orange Walk where they
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Glaucoma is an eye disease that gradually steals sight without warning. In the early stages of the disease, there are normally no symptoms. It can be caused when there is an increase of pressure inside eye that damages the optical nerve, which connects the eye to the brain, explains Dr Cyprian Ntomoka, the Head CCBRT’s [Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania] Eye Department and a Consultant Opthalmologist.