Extortion racket operating from Mandoli Jail busted

first_imgNEW DELHI: Special Cell of Delhi police on Tuesday busted an extortion racket being operated from the Mandoli jail premises and have arrested two henchmen of a Ghaziabad-based gang before they could execute a plan of several murders to establish supremacy in Ghaziabad. They were working at behest of one dreaded gangster Chanderbhan alias Aman Yadav who is currently lodged in Mandoli Jail. The arrested gangsters have been identified as Bal Krishna and Mohd Ateek, both are residents of Khora Colony, Ghaziabad. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderDCP Special cell, Pramod Singh Kushwaha said that a team of Special cell was monitoring the activities of illegal arms and ammunition supplies for few days. “Through sources, we got to know that some of the gang leaders lodged in the jail, have been procuring sophisticated weapons to eliminate their rivals and establish supremacy in their area for running extortion network,” said DCP Kushwaha. “Chanderbhan from Mandoli Jail, had tasked his associates to eliminate two persons to establish his authority in Ghaziabad’s Khoda Colony for running a smooth extortion racket. He was passing instructions to his henchmen to execute the killings of two persons whenever they sight them in the area. The henchmen arrested are hardcore criminals and were previously involved in many heinous crimes,” DCP said. Police recovered a stolen sports bike and arms-ammunition intended to be used in the commission of the crime. Following the arrest, a subsequent search of Jail 11 of Mandoli Jail was conducted and a diary containing the details of Ateek was recovered from the gang leader. The 27-year-old gang leader, Chandrabhan, is a school dropout. He was first arrested in 2009 for a murder case.last_img read more

Gold contract surges to fivemonth high amid rising global tensions

Gold contract surges to five-month high amid rising global tensions by Linda Nguyen, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 11, 2017 9:21 am MDT Last Updated Apr 11, 2017 at 4:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – The price of bullion soared to a five-month high Tuesday as investors flocked to the safe haven amid rising global tensions, particularly between the U.S. and North Korea.The June gold contract rose $20.30 at US$1,274.20 an ounce, hitting a level not seen since Nov. 8, when Donald Trump was elected U.S. president.“There’s no question about it that global uncertainty is driving the gold price today,” said Stephen Carlin, managing director and head of equities at CIBC Asset Management.North Korea said there could be “catastrophic consequences” after the U.S. ordered the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier and its battle group to waters off the Korean Peninsula. Tensions have been high after North Korea recently launched ballistic missiles.On Tuesday, Trump tweeted that “North Korea is looking for trouble” and that he had recently asked China to help them solve the “North Korean problem.”Investors often buy more gold in volatile times, believing the precious metal is better at retaining its value compared to the stock market.There was little movement on the North American stock markets, with the S&P/TSX composite index in Toronto down 3.68 points to 15,727.11.The Dow Jones industrial average lost 6.72 points to 20,651.30, the S&P 500 index shed 3.38 points to 2,353.78 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite index declined 14.16 points to 5,866.77.Carlin said investors have a “wait-and-see attitude” right now amid a dearth of economic data, and the beginning of the earnings season in the U.S.In currencies, the Canadian dollar held steady at 75.01 cents US, a day before the Bank of Canada is set to make its latest interest rate announcement.Analysts widely anticipate governor Stephen Poloz to leave the benchmark rate unchanged but will look to his commentary to see if the central bank has changed its future plans for rate hikes on signs of a stronger Canadian economy.“If the bank comes out with a more hawkish outlook in regards to the rate, short term, it could be positive for the Canadian dollar,” said Carlin.In commodities, the May crude contract climbed for a sixth day in a row, up 32 cents at US$53.40 per barrel, while the May natural gas contract fell nine cents at US$3.15 per mmBTU. The May copper contract was unchanged at US$2.61 a pound.The strength in oil prices comes after the Wall Street Journal, citing sources it said were familiar with the matter, reported that Saudi Arabia has told OPEC it wants to extend the group’s production cuts for another six months.OPEC members agreed in late November to cut its production by 1.2 million barrels a day, the first reduction agreed to by the 14-member cartel since 2008.Eleven other non-OPEC oil-producing countries promised in December to cut an additional 558,000 barrels a day, reaching an overall reduction of 1.8 million barrels per day.The cartel meets again in May.— With files from The Associated Press.Follow @LindaNguyenTO on Twitter. read more

Two men arrested over murder of former garda John Kerins

first_imgTWO MEN HAVE been arrested today in connection with the murder of former detective garda John Kerins in November last year.Kerins’ body was found at his home in Bailiboro on the morning of 9 November last year. A postmortem concluded that the 49-year-old received gunshot wounds to his upper body.Gardaí at Baileboro, Co Cavan made the arrests this morning and both men are detained at Carrickmacross Garda Station. A number of searches are also taking place in the Baileboro area in connection with the investigation which gardaí described as “ongoing”.It is understood Kerins was medically discharged from An Garda Síochana a number of years ago and moved to the area. He had served in a number of specialist units in the force throughout his career.Previously, it has been reported that Kerins was arrested and questioned over the disappearance of his neighbour Gerry Daly in 2011, and that he was also suspected of being involved in the drugs trade.Related: Post mortem: John Kerins died of gunshot wounds>last_img read more

Les éléphants du Kenya éloignés des hommes

first_imgLes éléphants du Kenya éloignés des hommesJeudi, le Kenya a commencé à déplacer des dizaines d’éléphants de la région de Narok, à l’ouest du pays, pour les mener vers la réserve du Massaï Mara, à une centaine de kilomètres de là. Un transfert réalisé pour éviter les conflits et accidents entre les hommes et les pachydermes.Au cours des dix prochains jours, cinquante éléphants seront transférés depuis la ville de Narok, à l’ouest du Kenya, vers la réserve du Massaï Mara, située à une centaine de kilomètres de là. Jeudi, quatre pachydermes ont ainsi été endormis avant d’être transportés par camion vers cette réserve nationale qui constitue le prolongement naturel du Parc national du Serengeti en Tanzanie, rapporte l’AFP. À lire aussiDes éléphants viennent en aide à une mère pour sauver son petit coincé dans un trouCes éléphants sont déplacés afin de les éloigner de la population croissante du pays, avec laquelle de plus en plus de conflits et d’accidents sont à déplorer. D’après l’autorité de gestion des parcs du Kenya (Kenya Wildlife Service), qui gère cette opération, 200 pachydermes vivent à ce jour aux alentours de Narok. A terme, ce sont tous ces animaux qui pourraient être transférés dans la réserve, si l’expérience avec les cinquante premiers s’avère concluante. Alors que les terres agricoles empiètent de plus en plus sur l’habitat des éléphants, la cohabitation avec les hommes est chaque jour plus difficile et dangereuse. “Le plus grand défi aujourd’hui pour la protection de la vie sauvage kényane est la croissance de la population” du Kenya, souligne le directeur de KWS, Julius Kipng’etich. Au cours de ses dix dernières années, les éléphants auraient été responsables de plus de la moitié des 9.299 incidents avec des humains enregistrés dans la région de Narok.Le 22 septembre 2011 à 16:05 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Vancouver weighs parking needs of visitors, employees

first_imgShould the city of Vancouver finance parking garages? As downtown businesses grow and flourish, the decades-old question has been posed once again.“We’re not waiting around for that question to be answered,” said Chad Eiken, Vancouver’s community and economic development director. “We’re looking at other options and other ways to relieve some of the pressure.”A recent study by Dixon Associates found that despite anecdotal experiences of limited parking, the city actually has ample space already available.“Overall, the on-street system is working pretty well,” Eiken said.The rule of thumb is, if more than 85 percent of a city’s on-street parking is full, then there’s a problem, said Teresa Brum, Vancouver’s economic development division manager. The Dixon study found even during the summer — the busiest time in downtown Vancouver — parking capacity didn’t exceed 85 percent.“That doesn’t mean we aren’t having people having a problem finding (a convenient) place to park,” Brum said.Despite the conclusion that there’s plenty of parking, the city is planning to add 1,225 new spaces at city parking lots, the waterfront, the Port of Vancouver and by restriping some streets to create angle parking.Eiken said the city is getting pressured to add more parking. Even newer buildings lack convenient parking, in part because the city offered low parking minimums as an incentive to build a project in what was a sleepy downtown.last_img read more

Henry hails Kompany impact at Man City

first_imgThierry Henry has hailed Vincent Kompany’s impact at Manchester City as being similar to the one that John Terry had at ChelseaThe Belgium international joined the newly-crowned Premier League winners back in August 2008 from Bundesliga side Hamburg and, after replacing Carlos Tevez as the club captain back in 2011, Kompany has led City to three league titles.But in recent seasons the defender has been struggling with injury issues with Pep Guardiola having reportedly admitted to have grown tired with the constant setbacks.Yet Kompany returned to the side on 3 February in their 1-1 draw against Burnley and has since been an ever present figure at the back with the Belgium having led City to the Carabao Cup later that month in their 3-0 win against Arsenal at Wembley.norwich city, manchester city, premier leagueReport: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…“When Vincent Kompany talks, he’s eloquent, intelligent, knows the game, is a good player and a great leader. It’s exactly what you want from him.” said Henry, according to Sky Sports.“He’s had a difficult couple years with injuries, but he never gave up, was always there for the team with a smile.“It’s very important to have these types of players to win titles. We saw it at the end of John Terry’s career at Chelsea. You can always rely on Vincent Kompany, on what he can bring.”last_img read more

KUSI contributor and AM 760 radio host Mark Larson weighs in on

first_img January 15, 2019 KUSI contributor and AM 760 radio host Mark Larson weighs in on Mayor Faulconer 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – KUSI contributor and AM 760 radio host Mark Larson joined the show to discuss Mayor Kevin Faulconer ahead of his State of the City Address. KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter Posted: January 15, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

Honoring those who served on the USS Midway on National Vietnam Veterans

first_imgHonoring those who served on the USS Midway on National Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings KUSI Newsroom March 29, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Today March 29th is National Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day. President Trump signed into law the Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017 declaring today a day set aside to honor all those who answered our nation’s call to duty in Vietnam.KUSI’s Ginger Jeffries spent the morning aboard the USS Midway to learn more about the role the Midway played during the Vietnam War.Retired Navy Fighter Pilot and USS Midway Museum docent Larry Renner joined KUSI to celebrate Vietnam veterans. Updated: 10:27 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, Posted: March 29, 2019last_img read more

Columbia River Crossing open houses set for next week

first_imgThe Columbia River Crossing project will host drop-in informational sessions Oct. 12 and 13 to answer questions about the project’s recently completed final Environmental Impact Statement.The final EIS shows that replacing the interstate bridge and extending light rail to Vancouver will improve safety, reduce hours of congestion and provide more travel choices for people traveling between Portland and Vancouver. It also contains analyses of effects the project will have on the surrounding environment and communities — both positive and negative.Community members are invited to learn more at one of four sessions: 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 12 at Vancouver Community Library, 901 C St.; or in Portland from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 13 at Jantzen Beach SuperCenter Community Room, 1405 Jantzen Beach Center.At the drop-in sessions, subject matter experts will be available to answer questions. Printed copies will be available for review or purchase. A 30-day review period for the final EIS concludes on Oct. 24. It is anticipated that the federal oversight agencies, the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, will select an alternative and sign a record of decision in late 2011. The record of decision signals the conclusion of the National Environmental Policy Act planning process. CRC will then continue to develop the design for the project, including additional detail on project phasing, construction staging and construction techniques.Printed copies of the final EIS can be found at local libraries and community centers. Please see the CRC website at Columbia River Crossing for a complete list of locations and ways to obtain a personal copy of the report. Questions or comments should be directed to or 360-737-2726.last_img read more

Rival Newspapers Begin to Share Content—Will Magazines Follow

first_imgFor FOLIO:’s 2009 predictions feature (“117 Magazine and Media Predictions for 2009”), Raymond Roker, co-founder and publisher of Urb magazine, predicted that “former foes will share information on clients and prospects.”In the newspaper industry, on the editorial side, this is already happening.There was a story posted on Sunday by the Associated Press (itself a literal product of the idea of newspaper rivals sharing news resources) about how Texas’ Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram—former fierce rivals—have been sharing concert reviews.Their announcement was followed by another one in December, when the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun said they would share resources to cover Maryland. That once-bitter rivals would agree to forge an unholy alliance is a product of the economic downturn, the rise of the Internet, shrinking staffs and slashed travel budgets.Gary Wortel, publisher of the Fort Worth paper, told the AP: “I don’t look at us as competitors anymore.”It’s also a way for newspaper publisher to avoid additional, demoralizing job cuts (although having to make nice with your arch rival can’t be great for morale, either).If newspapers have been pushed to do this, could magazines not be far behind?We’ve seen plenty of magazines restructure to share internal resources (see Time Inc., Source Media, Nielsen et al) but have yet to forge the sort of unholy alliance we’re seeing in newspapers. (In fact, the only one I could come up with in magazine publishing is Fader’s recent pact with the Web site Pitchfork, and that one doesn’t really pool editorial, although it’s not out of the question.) But imagine, for a second, Time and Newsweek—two of the fiercest competitors I can think of in the magazine business, outside of the celebrity category—sharing a reporter covering Sarah Palin in Alaska, for instance (or, more realistically, a local election with national implications). They already link to other on the Web. Why not in print? Alas, I have a feeling both Time and Newsweek would fold before they agreed to share reporting resources. But for other magazines, it might be another concession on the path to survival.last_img read more

Anchorage 6th graders staying put

first_imgAnchorage sixth graders are not moving schools. The Anchorage School Board voted on Monday to keep the school structure the same. Currently, some sixth graders are housed in elementary schools while others are in middle schools. The district had considered making sixth grade placement consistent for all students. But, after surveying the community and analyzing the costs of changing the structure, the administration decided it’s best to keep the schools as they are. All but one school board member voted in favor of maintaining the status quo.last_img read more

Samsung sells stake in Seagate ASML 2 other companies

first_imgTech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Sunday it sold shares in four companies, including ASML Holding NV and Seagate Technology Plc, to free up money for additional investments for its core businesses.Samsung said in a statement it sold about half of its shares in ASML while selling its entire 4.2 percent stake in Seagate. The company also sold its 0.7 percent stake in Sharp Corp and its 4.5 percent stake in Rambus Inc.A Samsung spokeswoman told Reuters the total proceeds from the sales exceeded 1 trillion won ($888.85 million) but declined to give further details including when the shares were sold.A term sheet seen by Reuters on Sept. 8 showed Samsung was selling about half of its stake in ASML for 606 million euros ($675.99 million). The company’s stakes in Rambus, Seagate and Sharp were worth a combined $456.4 million based on closing prices on Friday.Samsung Electronics and other affiliates of Samsung Group have been divesting from non-core operations as South Korea’s top conglomerate seeks to narrow its focus and secure more resources for its main businesses.”There is no impact on the business cooperation with the relevant companies,” the South Korean firm said without elaborating.last_img read more

ICELTS 2019 concludes on a high note

first_imgThe Department of Basic Science and Humanities of Institute of Engineering and Management, a private engineering college in Kolkata recently organised the second International Conference on English Learning and Teaching Skills in collaboration with ELT@I Kolkata chapter, IEM Toastmaster Club and Smart Society.The inauguration ceremony was held successfully in the presence of over 135 participants and the organising committee. The event began with felicitation and welcome address by eminent speakers like Scott Granville, Director, Chasing Time English, Hamilton, New Zealand, Corey Woodard, University of Arkansas: Fort Smith, USA, Professor Angeline Abad, Banguet State University, Philippines, Dr Saikat Maitra, Vice-Chancellor, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India, Dr Sampa Chatterjee Ex-Director & Associate Professor, Institute of English Calcutta, Freelance teacher Trainer and Consultant in ELT, India, to name a few. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe motto of this conference is to enhance and develop new paradigms in language studies and to open discussions on the pedagogical methods in ELT. It aspires to put forward the current trends in ELT and language studies. After the inauguration, Plenary lecture by Scott Granville, Chasing Time English, New Zealand was held, where he spoke about the importance and function of integrating film and language learning. Followed by a workshop on ‘Communication in the Workplace: Creating an Atmosphere for Success’ by Corey Woodard, University of Arkansas: Fort Smith, Brittany Woodard, University of Arkansas: Fort Smith, and Tasha Caruthers, University of Tennessee was organised. Besides, the Plenary talk of Professor Angeline Abad Banguet State University, Philippines; three parallel oral presentation sessions on different themes; a social awareness program on Autism ‘I am special’ , and finally ELT project exhibition was held on the first day. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveSecond day of the event started with three parallel presentation sessions, followed by a Plenary Talk by Dr Anitha Devi Pillai, Lecturer, National Institute of education, Singapore, a workshop on Call to Mall by Dr Shravan Kumar, National Vice-president ELT@I, the webinar of Dr Stephen DeGiulio, Professor, School Of Business, Professional Studies and Education, Santa Fe Community college, New Mexico, USA. On the last day, three different parallel oral presentation sessions on the themes, ‘Literary content/content integrated language studies’, ‘Application of English learning, and ‘Language studies and communication models’ kept the visitors engaged. Thereafter, Plenary Lecture by Dr Sarani Ghosal, Associate Professor, National Institute of Technology, Goa, India was delivered. Then, a workshop on ‘Call to Mall’ by Dr Anjana Maitra, ELT Specialist and De Bono Certified Trainer on the topic ‘Communication Essentials: Presentation, Personality, and Speaking Skills’ took place, followed by a Plenary Lecture by Dr Sampa Chatterjee, Former Director of Institute of English Kolkata. The event concluded with a valedictory session in the presence of Scott Granville, Shayak Chandra, Dr Sarani Ghosal among others.last_img read more

Operators protest Greece tourism issues

first_imgGreece based industry operators expect recent protests to have minimal damage to the country’s travel industry and are prepared to see a ten percent increase in arrivals over summer.Despite recent rallies deterring tourism into the country, travel business owners told media that they do not see events having major impacts on the country’s tourism sector, Reuters reported.Protests commenced in the country earlier this year against the Government’s implemented economical changes and escalated into violent rallies over June.”It hurts our image abroad, but considering the flow of bookings since the beginning of the year, this should have an impact but a rather minimal one,” Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) general manager George Drakopoulos told media. Arethusa Hotel desk manager Vassilis Pararais agreed with the statement, explaining that recent cancellations are likely to only last temporarily.”A lot of clients are worried, a lot are asking questions and have moved out of the center of Athens, but I think it’s over now,” Mr Pararais explained.He added that of 150 guests only 40 felt the need to move out of the area and is expecting to see cancellations sitting at up to ten percent over the next few weeks. Australian Smart Traveller has also retained faith in the country’s safety, maintaining its travel advice at ‘Exercise Caution’ levels.According to media, tourism makes up one in five jobs in Greece and contributes 16 percent to its gross domestic product. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter > Go back to the e-newsletter >Luxury travel operator APT has been announced as the winner – Best Escorted Tours Holiday Company (Small) at the 2015 British Travel Awards. Alongside the gold award, APT was also awarded Silver in both the Best River Cruise and Best Holiday Company to Australasia categories.The announcement was made on 25 November at a glamorous Gala Awards ceremony, held in London and attended by close to a thousand travel industry people.Commenting on the award, APT Executive General Manager Global Sales and Marketing, Debra Fox, said, “This is an outstanding achievement for APT and we are absolutely delighted. It is testament to the hard work and dedication of our team in the UK and also globally. I would like to thank them for delivering an exceptional product for our guests.“What makes the award particularly special for us is the fact that it was voted on by the British travelling public. Their opinion is highly valued, both by fellow travellers and the wider travel industry and our thanks also goes to our guests and trade partners for their continued support,” she said.British Travel Awards’ chief executive Lorraine Barnes Burton said: “More than a quarter of a million consumers voted this year to determine the winners of the 2015 British Travel Awards – it’s the largest awards programme in the UK and to win is a clear statement that companies are providing excellence in travel to the discerning consumer. The travelling public regard the British Travel Awards winners logo as the benchmark for excellence when it comes to finding out who are the best travel companies and APT is to be congratulated on their achievement.”last_img read more

Finance minister dismisses EU Commission budget criticism

first_imgFinance minister Harris Georgiades dismissed the European Commission’s criticism that the 2017 government budget moved in the direction of reducing the government’s primary surplus, state broadcaster CyBC reported on Monday.Brussels, which sent a delegation to Cyprus last week as part of its post-programme surveillance, acknowledges Cyprus’s leaps in stabilising its economy and want Cyprus to resist relaxation, state broadcaster CyBC reported on its website citing Georgiades.The finance minister said Cyprus generated the highest primary surplus in Europe in the past two years and asked citizens to monitor the government’s budget policy adding that it will not repeat mistakes of the past, CyBC reported.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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It was probably a souvenir picked up on the march. had previously seen the deer in the area only about 12 miles south of the Canadian border and 52 miles northwest of Minot."He was kind of a legend" said Hass "Everybody talked about him but no one saw him on the hoof just the sheds"Hass had seen photographs of shed antlers from the past two years that matched the antlers on his deer Last year a matching pair of sheds was found west of Kenmare about 6 or 8 miles south of Bowbells It was further proof that the unique deer was still in the areaIronically Hass was targeting mule deer while bowhunting in the Bowbells area when he got his first look at the big non-typical"It was early last Thursday I was putzing around and saw this deer It was foggy but I could see a rack maybe 200 yards away He was huge" said HassHass watched the big deer bed down in a cattail slough and returned later that afternoon to attempt a stalk A doe spooked about 30 yards from him Then the buck jumped up but offered no shot for the bowhunter"He was about 50 yards out and took off over the hill I never thought I’d see him again" remarked HassBut he would The very next day The opening day of the North Dakota deer gun season"We knew he stayed in the area My dad saw him right at dark Thursday coming out of a coulee" said HassThe scouting paid off in a big way When the deer season opened at noon Friday Hass found himself carefully walking sloughs in the area where the deer had last been seen When working through a slough about a half-mile from that location the deer emerged from cover and Hass managed a perfect shotThe buck has 30 points on its antlers Early estimates of a score are in the 225 range Of course no official Boone and Crockett score can be made on the deer until a 60-day drying period expires but it is all but assured of a lofty place in the North Dakota record book very probably in the top-5 non-typical white-tailed deer in state historyA lokoja based Human Rights Activist Comrade Idris Miliki Abdul has berated the Kogi State government over its current move to sell 10 assets belonging to the state describing it as unwise and unacceptable Miliki who is the Executive Director Centre for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution (CHRCR) condemned the proposed move stating that the monuments and common patrimony Commercialization and privatization has been part of economic development in Nigeria Abdul also queried the rationale behind this proposed sales of the assets which according to him was built from the taxpayer’s money by the previous administrations “This is a government that has not built one bedroom flat in two years despite the colossal amount it has received through bailout parish club statutory allocation and monies collected on behalf of Local governments through the Federation Account “Despite the biggest cement factory in West Africa is located in Lokoja Local government of Kogi State and the natural gift of Rivers Niger and Benue from God also located in Lokoja the state capital this government have not thought it wise to have a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the cement factory to enable it built several housing units for its citizenry”he said He pointed out that it is worrisome that both approved 2017 and 2018 budget does not have a single naira budgeted for housing in it “These are assets that can bring in income and generate revenue for the state if it has been properly rehabilitated and put to use This is the same government that has embarked on the renovation of Government House that has spent billions of naira and is yet to be completed in two years “We hope the same Government House will not be put up for sale to finance the 2019 budget before the end of the present administration What will happen to the revenue house built by the current administration will it also be put up for sale A government that is not building houses is ready to sell the one inherited This proposed sale is one-step forward and two-step backward “What is the role of the State House of Assembly in this matter as the government explained that he informed the state Assembly during budget defense Does it means the state assembly did not ask question on how the approved budget will be finance as the 2018 budget speech of the Governor Alh Yahaya Bello presented to the State House of Assembly on the 21st of December 2017 did not contain the sale of Kogi Assets to finance budget “When and where was this decision taken to dispose up Kogi assets to finance budget We reject this proposal in entirety and called on the citizens of Kogi across the world not to key or accept this proposal to put our common patrimony on sale”he stressed The proposed properties/assets to be disposed off as disclosed by the Kogi State Government include the Commissioner quarters in Lokoja Confluence Beach Hotel Kogi Hotel Kogi State Liaison Office Ikeja Lagos Kogi State Liaison Office GRA Kaduna Lokoja International Market 12-Storyed building Abuja and Olympic Confluence stadium "I was 1958" said the 83-year-old judge "There are still two of us licensed in the state I believe"VandeWalle described the UND School of Law which is now working to accommodate a 12 percent across-the-board university budget reduction as a "direct pipeline" of attorneys into the state’s judiciary Though he said the prospect of the $677000 cut to the state’s sole law school wasn’t a surprise in the tightening fiscal landscape of North Dakota higher education VandeWalle expressed concern about the possible impact of the budget reduction on legal studies"I think it’s going to be pretty well back to basics for the law school and there aren’t going to be many frills" he said "If indeed there were frills and I’m not sure there were any to begin with"As a whole UND is expected to absorb a biennial reduction of its state appropriation by about $32 million for the 2017-19 budgetary period a cut passed down as a result of decreased state revenues in the face of weak agricultural and oil commodity prices UND School of Law Dean Kathryn Rand said the program is working to digest its portion of this year’s cut after weathering similar reductions last year"We were lean going into this spring" Rand said "Now we’re leaner"As part of that slimming she said the school’s leaders have found themselves "in a position where we’re making some decisions we’d hoped we wouldn’t have to make"One of the toughest hits for the school has been the defunding of adjunct staff positions filled with practicing attorneys and sitting judges Before last year’s round of budget cuts Rand said the school had eight such adjunct employees working with students and teaching the school’s summer law programs which will now be eliminated She says a few of those instructors have agreed to work unpaid for the near term but said that voluntary situation is "not sustainable" and expected in the coming year to see the number dwindle to "one or two folks that are teaching for us""We don’t think that’s reflecting what our adjuncts actually contribute to students’ educational experience and we hope that’s something we can reverse in the future" Rand saidThe loss of adjunct staff isn’t the only readily visible implication of the budget reduction Earlier this year Rand announced the school’s student law clinic a program designed to give students more hands-on legal experience is set to enter a two-year hiatus as a result of budget reductions Hopes for tuition increaseThough law schools across the country are struggling with shrinking class sizes paired with a glut of attorneys in metropolitan areas enrollment at the UND law school remains steadyRand said the school targets about 85 incoming students each year a pool she hopes to sustain for the time being With enrollment capacity more or less fixed for now the school is pushing against the revenue limits of its tuition The program has traditionally had a reputation as one of the cheapest accredited programs if not the outright lowest cost institution in the country Credit for credit Rand said it’s cheaper to go to UND’s law school than it is to pursue an undergraduate degree at the universityThough affordability is usually a key factor in higher education she said easy access needs to be paired with a quality program As such Rand believes the school needs to examine raising its tuition which is currently pegged to the general costs of undergraduate tuition at UND"In the short-term we’d like to see some flexibility for the law school to make some in dollar amounts relatively modest increases to tuition that will at least bring us in line with UND’s graduate program tuition" Rand said "In the longer term I think we’d like to see differential tuition for the law school and a tuition we could set at a level that’s appropriate for legal education"The tuition and revenue question has gained momentum as it has become apparent the school will be making some adjustments to programs to bring itself into alignment with the university’s strategic plan objectivesRand said the school’s focus in that larger plan is to reshape programs in petroleum and energy law as well as to look to other areas of law relevant to Canadian students whom she described as a demographic which continues to express high interest in legal educationUND President Mark Kennedy said the universitywide strategic plan will include an emphasis on improvements to graduation ratesKennedy who has testified to state lawmakers that institutions would be better off dealing with higher tuition rates than deeper budget cuts said the question of students paying "a few percent more is a far less important issue than whether they graduate" or pass the bar examKennedy described current tuition rates at the school as "not rational nor sustainable" and said he didn’t believe it was in the best interest of the program to be known as the lowest priced law school in the country He said the university is now looking at options to establish different ratesIn the meantime as the school adapts to reduced funding VandeWalle believes the "back to basics" approach makes use of some well-placed efficiency cuts while at the same time trimming away some valuable teaching tools The end result may be a school that feels even more familiar to him"I will say this about 1958—there were no legal clinics very few adjuncts and very few electives" he said "We took the courses offered and that was it with no electives or anything like that It sounds like we’ll be pretty close to that kind of operation"The accident on May 6 2015 one mile east of the small community of Heimdal was caused by a broken wheel that led to the derailment of six of the 107 loaded tank cars on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe train said the board in a release on Thursday Jan 11The NTSB determined the left wheel on the 81st car on the train was broken due to a vertical split rim "which led to catastrophic failure of the wheel due to multiple overstress fractures"The report said the investigation led to two recommendations to the Federal Railroad Administration They are to research and evaluate wheel load thresholds and also to mandate action for railroads to avoid or identify mechanical defects when they are alerted by wheel impact load detectorsThe third recommendation to both the FRA and the Association of American Railroads is to evaluate a safe peak vertical load threshold for high-hazard flammable trainsIn the report the NTSB said in its summary that there were no injuries or fatalities in connection with the derailment but that about 30 residents from the unincorporated village of Heimdal and the surrounding area had to be evacuated due to the smoke plumeThe village is about 60 miles southwest of Devils Lake or about 90 miles southeast of MinotThe train had three locomotives and two buffer cars in addition to the 107 loaded oil cars in the 7:20 am accident The train was traveling about 45 mph and with the broken wheel it 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