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to the market Subsequently she was recovered from the madrasa and the accused juvenile was apprehended Meanwhile locals staged a protest at the NH 24 and held a candlelight vigil demanding action in the case The protest led to severe traffic jam on the stretch On Tuesday the case was transferred to the Crime Branch for a thorough probe The victim had recorded her statement in front of a magistrate on 23 April and stated that the juvenile had taken her to the madrasa after telling her that he would make her meet his friends The girl’s parents are alleging that the madrasa’s cleric also knew about the girl being kept captive there and are demanding his arrest A senior official said that he is being questioned in the matter The accused juvenile’s family members are also being questioned whether they were in touch with him while the girl was missing Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari along with East Delhi MP Maheish Girri on Wednesday met the girl’s family and assured them of all the support Tiwari assured the family that even though the Delhi Police has handed over the case to the Crime Branch he will talk to Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath for proper help in the investigation of the matter as the madrasa is located there In a letter to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Girri demanded a CBI inquiry into the case’ Video of mating deep-sea anglerfish stuns biologists Anglerfish the administration was confined to government offices In a triumph of machine learning a kind of intelligence that A former magistrate told Khaled and Mahmoud to detonate an improvised chemical dispersion device held a three-hour meeting with troops’ commanders over the search for the abducted Dapchi schoolgirls Contact us at [email protected] he likes to carry the equivalent of $200 in cash as well as his debit card.

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"We just saw ourselves as one team competing against our biggest rival. 18, Calif. painted the Globe Grain Elevator in 2010 as part of their long-term project "Rust and Roadsides" It’s nearing completion"We think of it as an American tale" Cosby said of the work that considers rail steel shipping coal mills and more It has grown beyond what they originally planned he said and likened to a Ken Burns documentaryOn Monday Cosby faced the workshop at Duluth Timber and incorporated faceless students from Great Lakes Academy of Fine Art — who were sketching and observing — into his scene The area between his thumb and pointer finger was stained dark gray and goldPaquet his partner in paint was drawn to a spot with a distant grain elevator because of the shapes and colors It’s a unique point in history he said The waning days before all of the old is replaced by new"You can still see what was there" he said "You get to see what’s left of the generation that built the country"Paquet had planned to just stop by Duluth Timber and visit his fellow painters he said but ultimately pulled out his own tools He said he prefers gritty uncommon beauty rather than scenes that are traditionally pretty and quoted Irish poet John O’Donohue to further make his point"The graced eye can glimpse beauty anywhere" he saidThe Democratic governor on Thursday called the plan an irresponsible "raid" on state reservesHe also criticized a GOP Senate plan to take $100 million more from the reserves to deliver a business property tax reductionRepublicans shot back harsh criticism for the veto"If a family pays all of their bills and finds they still have money leftover shouldn’t they use some of that money to pay down any outstanding debts" asked Rep Pat Garofalo R-Farmington "Prudent financial management says when you have cash on hand the first thing you do is pay off debt"The Dayton administration said state reserves would have been drainedCommissioner Jim Schowalter of Minnesota Management and Budget said the bill could have meant the state would be forced to take out loans"The cash position of the state is really perilous" Schowalter said even without the school repayment plan"We have a good ways to go to dig ourselves out of the hole we inherited" Dayton addedThe state owes school districts around the state $24 billion after delaying payments for several years Some schools have been forced to borrow money when cash ran shortMinnesota GOP Chairman Pat Shortridge said Democrats like Dayton are wrong to keep money in the bank"Only in DFL la-la land is paying back money borrowed from school districts ‘irresponsible’" Shortridge said "In fact it’s the only responsible thing to do If we leave hundreds of millions of dollars lying around in St Paul the liberal Democrats in the DFL will do what they do best spend it"Stadium moves forwardTwo stadium-related bills may move forward despite missing legislative deadlinesThe House rules committee voted Thursday without discussion allow bills by Republican Reps Morrie Lanning of Moorhead and John Kriesel of Cottage Grove to be considered by committeesLanning’s bill focuses on the stadium and its funding while Kriesel’s modifies tax rates for charitable gaming and allows for electronic pull tabs and sports-themed tip boards with additional state profits used to fund a stadium The Lanning bill moves on to Government Operations Committee while the Kriesel proposal heads to the Taxes CommitteeMeetings have not been scheduledIn the meantime a stadium-construction bill remains stalled in a Senate committee and there has been no indication if the situation will change Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem R-Rochester said the Senate is looking for ways to move stalled Vikings stadium funding proposals forward"There’s still uncertainty about the horsepower if you will behind e-pulltabs" and how much money they really will provide he saidThe Lanning bill authorizes a nearly $1 billion stadium in downtown Minneapolis with $398 million coming from the state via charitable gambling tax revenue The Vikings would pay $427 million and Minneapolis would provide $150 millionStadium plans face opposition from those who say the state should not be involved in building stadiums as well as those who oppose gamblingHouse Speaker Kurt Zellers R-Maple Grove said he supported Kriesel’s funding bill "I believe in tax relief for charities" he saidHe said they should benefit more from the funding raised through charitable gamingIf it helps the Vikings proposal that is good he said but charities are the priorityEnvironmental disagreementThe House passed a bill dealing with environmental issues 74-52 Thursday but the two sides disagreed on what it does"There’s a serious effort to streamline that process and bring some of that together" said bill sponsor Rep Denny McNamara R-Hastings "Let’s get business moving forward and not put up barriers"Steve Morse of the Minnesota Environmental Partnership said the bill will lead to loss of wetlands allow pollution-related permits to be automatically approved and limits citizen input for pollution issuesMcNamara’s bill would keep the Minnesota Zoo and hunting and fishing license sales open if there is another government shutdown It also would limit the state’s payments to buy land to no more than 290 percent above assessed valueThe bill says the state cannot have higher water standards than the federal governmentState parks will not close under the bill McNamara said but some could be combined or used for other purposesLawmakers take a breakMinnesota legislators left the Capitol Thursday night for an extended Passover-Easter breakThe traditional recess ends April 16 with many major issues of this legislative session yet to be decidedGov Mark Dayton said he would be available to meet with lawmakers during the break and indicated Sen Julianne Ortman R-Chanhassen may take him up on the invitation to discuss taxesSenate Majority Leader Dave Senjem R-Rochester said he hopes to wrap up the session relatively quickly after lawmakers return from the breakHouse Minority Leader Paul Thissen DFL-Minneapolis said he had assumed the session would be further along that it is by the time they reached the recess Others said they were hoping to the break would not be necessary at all"In January I made it clear that I thought we could adjourn by Easter" Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk DFL-Cook said "I’m very disappointed today that we have not made headway on that" Heavy equipment OKThe House voted 122-0 Thursday to allow farm equipment heavier than the current 24000-pound limit to use state roadsRep Dan Fabian R-Roseau said his bill also allows dealers to deliver equipment their trucks instead of the current farm tractor requirement for heavy equipmentAttorney guns OKA bill allowing county attorneys and their assistants to carry guns passed the Senate 53-10 ThursdaySen Bill Ingebrigtsen R-Alexandria said the bill does not overrule judges who want their courtrooms to remain weapon freeThe bill passed the House in FebruaryDon Davis reports for Forum Communications Co
The #MeToo campaign which made headlines in many parts of the country had not gained much traction in Kerala till now However the movement may gain strength in the state with the policeacting on revelations made by a "tainted" women entrepreneur four years ago The Communist Party of India (Marxist)-led Left Democratic Front government reeling under an unprecedented communal flare-up over the Supreme Court verdict on entry of women of all ages into the popular Sabarimala hill shrine revived the case by constituting a new investigation team of the crime branch The investigation team headed by Abdul Kareem commandant of Malabar Special Police (MSP) has set the ball rolling by initiating criminal proceedings against senior Congress leader and former chief minister Oommen Chandy and party colleague and former union minister KC Venugopal on a complaint lodged by Saritha S Nair the prime accused in the alleged solar scam In a first information report (FIR) filed on 20 October in the Thiruvananthapauram Chief Judicial Magistrate’s court the crime branch said that the two had sexually abused the woman when she approached them for government support for the business she partnered with her estranged husband Biju Radhakrishnan The FIR accused Chandy who is currently AICC general secretary of having unnatural sex with Sarita at Cliff House the official residence of the chief minister during a shut down strike in 2012 Venugopal a member of Parliament and AICC general secretary has been accused of having sex with her at multiple places including the residence of former state minister KP Anil Kumar File image of former Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy AFP Sarita had leveled sexual abuse allegations against a dozen Congress leaders including two former union ministers and three former state ministers besides a few other MPs and MLAs in a letter she submitted to a judicial commission appointed by the then Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) government to probe the solar scam The scam which involved more than 30 people alleging being cheated of Rs 65 crores by Sarita and Biju Radhakrishnan by offering solar solutions citing their political contacts had come to light when one of the customers who had paid for installing solar panels filed a complaint against their company The names of Chandy and his party men figured in the scam after records of the telephone conversations between Sarita and some members of the then chief minister’s personal staff got leaked Chandy sought to quell the storm by removing them from his staff However it turned against him after the judicial panel decided to take cognisance of the letter Sarita wrote while she was in jail following her arrest in one of the cheating cases slapped against her by her customers The commission headed by retired high court judge Justice G Sivarajan had submitted its report in September 2017 saying that top members of the political executive had sought and received bribes and sexual favours from Sarita to promote their business The panel observed that sexual favours could be construed as illegal gratification as defined in the Prevention of Corruption Act and recommended action could be taken against those named in her letter which was appended with its report Accepting the report the LDF government set up a special investigation team (SIT) to probe the findings and register cases against Chandy and others However North Zone DGP Rajesh Dewan who headed the team did not act on the direction following legal advice that the allegation will not stand before a court of law After the retirement of Dewan his charge was handed over to ADGP (south zone) Anil Kant but he too could not proceed as the state high court had by then expunged the commission’s findings and observations against Chandy based on the letter Saritha then lodged individual complaints against Chandy and five others including former state ministers AP Anil Kumar and Aryadan Mohammed Sources close to the new investigation team said that an FIR against the others will also be registered soon Senior Congress leaders have termed the case politically motivated They said that the LDF government has revived the case against legal advice to divert attention of the people from the explosive situation it has created in Sabarimala Chandy too has subscribed to the view “This has happened before also and now this fresh development has surfaced because of the issues in Sabarimala I will deal with this case legally and on Monday in the state capital I will reveal more details” Chandy was quoted by IANS as saying Social activists feel the case may embolden women who have been shying away from joining the #MeToo campaign even after it has become a rallying point against sexual harassment in many parts of the country Though Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) which emerged in the wake of the arrest of actor Dileep in an abduction case of an actor spoke of rampant sexual harassment in the cinema industry none of its members have named anybody so far However it has put the male-dominated Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes (AMMA) on tenterhooks by threatening to come out with their #MeToo stories at the appropriate time Though three women from the industry have revealed the names neither AMMA nor the police have taken it seriously Actor and CPM MLA Mukesh Kumar who was the first to face the #MeToo heat in Kerala has laughed off the charge levelled against him by Bollywood casting director Tess Joseph saying that he did not remember the incident which is said to have happened in Chennai 19 years ago Since then two more women came out with stories of harassment they faced from the men in Mollywood AMMA and other industry bodies have ignored the revelations Members of the WCC are not surprised by their attitude They said that they were more interested in finding a solution to the issue rather than exposing a few people The women’s body has initiated the process for a permanent solution by seeking an Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) within AMMA with third party experts on gender and from the judiciary as its members It has already filed a writ petition in the high court in this regard The Department of Energy will chip in up to $55 million for the Progressive Automotive X PRIZE to make cars with low carbon emissions A judge rejected a motion to dismiss the patent case brought by the ACLU and patent watchdog group PubPat to challenge gene patents Scientists athletes and ethicists have collaborated on Performance-Enhancing Technologies in Sports: Ethical Conceptual and Scientific Issues a new book just published by Johns Hopkins University Press Climate change ocean color and the marine Census of Life are among the items on the agenda for Tuesday’s NOAA advisory board meeting Do scientists risk hurting their credibility by issuing overly optimistic projections and forecasts Stuart Blackman says yes Charles Nemeroff the Emory University psychiatrist who got in trouble for failing to properly report income from consulting for drug companies is leaving the school The Pharmalot blog says he’s heading for the University of Miami (Photo Credit http://s.wwwflickrcom/photos/didbygraham/ / CC BY 20) Even the cautious IMF has predicted Brexit would result in "a negative and substantial hit" for the U. bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pride and LGBT social movements. and he has maintained his innocence.Moore has taught at St. is scheduled to be sentenced Monday, where at least 78 unique bacteria were identified. citing testimony from a first mate on the ship.
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