New Delhi: Perturbed over re-inducting some party leaders who had recently misbehaved with her, Congress national spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi expressed her displeasure over the party’s move and spoke out against the grand old party.In a stinging tweet, Chaturvedi said, “Deeply saddened that lumpen goons get preference in Congress over those who have given their sweat & blood.” Chaturvedi said this while re-tweeting a journalist who attached a photo of a Congress notice that talked about how Priyanka Chaturvedi had recently complained about a few party leaders misbehaving with her. The Congress letter said that the party leaders were suspended following Chaturvedi’s complaint. The letter added that the Uttar Pradesh Congress has decided to grant relief to the leaders and reinstate them following an intervention by Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Congress general secretary in-charge of Uttar Pradesh West. The development left Priyanka Chaturvedi extremely unhappy. “Having faced brickbats & abuse across the board for the party but yet those who threatened me within the party getting away with not even a rap on their knuckles is unfortunate,” Chaturvedi said in her second tweet on the issue. There isn’t much clarity on the actual incident in question. The Congress letter that talks about granting relief to the leaders named by Priyanka Chaturvedi stated that the incident is recent. According to the letter, the incident took place during a press conference that Priyanka Chaturvedi recently addressed in Mathura on the issue of the controversial Rafale deal.As per the letter, during the press conference, the Congress leaders “misbehaved” with Chaturvedi, prompting her to file a complaint with the party. The letter further added that the Congress had suspended the leaders following the complaint but has now decided to reinstate them.
Taroudant, Morocco – Following the release of a series of videos filmed inside the camps of Tindouf, portraying the suffering of the Saharawis in the Tindouf camps in Algeria, the Sahrawi population started taking definitive actions to change their intolerable situation and break their silence after almost 40-years under Polisario rule.Saharawi demonstrators in the Polisario camps in Tindouf, Algeria waved the Moroccan flags Tuesday and distributed flyers supporting an autonomous Sahara under Moroccan sovereignty, according to the Maghreb Arab Press.“Khat Achahid,” or “Path of the Martyr”, an opposing party of the Polisario Front, said in a statement that, “for the first time in the history of the Polisario, Moroccan flags waved in the Saharawi refugee camps in Tindouf, and fliers with expressions supporting autonomy were distributed to people,” according to the same source. “People in the camps woke up Tuesday morning to find Moroccan flags were waving in many places especially on the dunes of sand surrounding the camps,” the same source added.The statement added that “the disastrous situation in the camps, the atrocities of the Algerian military authorities, humiliations they impose on Sahrawis in the camps, confusion, the absence of vision and the economic situation led the Sahrawi youth to this situation.”“Khat Achahid” said that the Polisario armed militia led searches to take down the Moroccan flags and retrieve the leaflets that had been distributed to the Sahrawis in the camps.“The Polisario arrested a group of young people known for their opposition to the corruption of the Raboni leaders who serve only their own interests at the expense of the suffering of people in camps,” the statement added.The young Sahrawi activists of the movement “Youth for Change” called on Sahrawis to “break the gag of silence imposed on them by the Polisario leadership” and called on the international community to find an urgent solution to their unending suffering inside the camps.Edited by Liz Yaslik
18 July 2008The main political actors in Nepal have agreed that a scaled-down United Nations presence is necessary for at least another six months to help advance peace and development in the country, the world body’s top official there said today. The Secretary-General’s Special Representative, Ian Martin, told a meeting of the Security Council that the leaders of the three largest parties wanted the UN Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) to continue past 23 July – when its current mandate expires.“Each of them confirmed that they wished UNMIN to continue as a special political mission, headed by a Special Representative of the Secretary-General, in order to assist in taking the peace process forward to its logical conclusion,” he stated.UNMIN was established in January 2007 to help the country, which emerged from a decade-long civil war that claimed an estimated 13,000 lives until the Government and the Maoists signed a peace accord in 2006, conduct its Constituent Assembly elections.It is also responsible for monitoring the management of arms and armed personnel of the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-M) and the Nepal Army, and assist in monitoring ceasefire arrangements. Mr. Martin reported that, at its first meeting on 28 May, Nepal’s newly-elected Constituent Assembly voted in favour of a federal democratic republic, and the former king left the palace, within the allotted time and without incident, to remain peacefully in the country.The Assembly is scheduled to elect Nepal’s first President tomorrow, and to proceed to name a Prime Minister who will form a new government, he added.A broad-ranging agreement signed by the leaders of the Seven-Party Alliance on 25 June constitutes the basis for proceeding to the formation of a new government. That agreement requires that the integration and rehabilitation of the Maoist combatants should be carried out within six months, and notes the need for UNMIN to continue monitoring the management of arms and armies during that period.“This in no way detracts from the fact that the process remains and will remain a fully Nepalese-owned process,” Mr. Martin noted.The Secretary-General’s recent report to the Council points out that UNMIN has drawn up a contingency plan for a “radically downsized mission,” which would result in a reduction of at least 70 per cent in the substantive staffing of the Mission.“Our plans envisage that if the Council extends UNMIN’s mandate, the Special Representative will continue to be supported by a Political Affairs Section, while the Arms Monitoring Office will continue at approximately half its previous establishment of 186 arms monitors,” said Mr. Martin.The Council is expected to take up the extension of UNMIN’s mandate next week.The Special Representative also expressed concern about how quickly the new government will be able to move forward in carrying out the 25 June agreement, which he said will depend greatly on the degree of multi-party cooperation which survives current disagreements over the sharing of posts.Among the other challenges facing Nepal, he also noted the lack of progress in delivering on compensation for victims of the conflict, investigation of disappearances, and return of property and of displaced persons to their homes.
22 June 2011The General Assembly today exhorted Member States to strictly adhere to their obligations under the United Nations Charter to seek peaceful settlement of disputes to prevent outright conflict, stressing the role of mediation when disagreements arise. The General Assembly today exhorted Member States to strictly adhere to their obligations under the United Nations Charter to seek peaceful settlement of disputes to prevent outright conflict, stressing the role of mediation when disagreements arise.In a resolution on strengthening mediation as a tool for dispute and conflict settlement, the Assembly welcomed contributions of Member States to mediation efforts and encouraged them to develop national mediation capacities.It called upon them to promote equal, full and effective participation of women in all forums and at all levels of the peaceful settlement of disputes and conflict prevention and resolution, particularly at the decision-making level.All Member States should also consider providing timely and adequate resources for mediation, in to assure its success, as well as for mediation capacity-building activities of the UN and regional and sub-regional organizations to ensure sustainability and predictability of such efforts.The Assembly stressed the importance of well-trained, impartial, experienced and geographically diverse mediation processes, and encouraged the appointment of women as lead mediators in UN-sponsored peace processes, to ensure adequate gender expertise for all UN processes.The UN body also recommended that the Secretary-General, in accordance with mandates agreed on by Member States, continues to strengthen the mediation capacities of the UN, particularly the Mediation Support Unit of the UN Department of Political Affairs (DPA).It requested that Secretary-General, in consultation with Member States and other relevant actors, to develop guidance for more effective mediation, taking into account lessons learned from past and ongoing mediation processes.In a separate resolution on the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), the General Assembly encouraged African countries to accelerate progress towards attaining food security.It welcomed the commitment made by African leaders to raise the share of agriculture and rural development in their budget expenditures, and reaffirmed its support for the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme.The Assembly also encouraged African countries to strengthen and expand local and transit infrastructure and to continue sharing best practices to strengthen regional integration. It noted with appreciation the work of the High-level Subcommittee of the African Union on the Presidential Infrastructure Champion Initiative, which seeks to further strengthen the development of infrastructure on the continent in collaboration with development partners.UN Member States reiterated the need for all countries and relevant multilateral institutions to continue efforts to enhance coherence in their trade policies towards the continent, and acknowledged the importance of efforts to fully integrate African countries into the international trading system and to build their capacity to compete through such initiatives as aid for trade.
iPhone : caractéristiques et images du nouveau smartphone d’AppleÉtats-Unis – Présenté officiellement par Steve Jobs hier, à l’occasion de l’Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), l’iPhone 4 est le sujet brûlant de ce mardi 8 juin 2010. Maxisciences vous invite à découvrir ses caractéristiques, en détails et en images. Pour faire simple, disons qu’Apple semble avoir pris en considération les remarques de ses nombreux fans, déçus de certaines lacunes “inexcusables” relevées sur les précédentes versions de l’iPhone.L’appareil photo pour commencer : avec une résolution de 5 mégapixels, un objectif en façade (permettant les communications visio) et un autre à l’arrière du téléphone, tous deux équipés de flashs LED, l’iPhone 4 présente enfin une qualité photographique cohérente avec son statut de smartphone haut de gamme. La vidéo HD est au rendez-vous,et iMovie fait son apparition sur cette nouvelle version.Le design de ce nouveau téléphone est encore une fois soigné : moins de courbes, une antenne intégrée dans le bandeau en aluminium cerclant la coque et surtout, une finesse record de 9.3 mm (-3 mm par rapport au 3GS).À lire aussiLes applications pour entraîner son cerveau sont-elles vraiment efficaces ?L’iPhone 4 est plus rapide (66% en fréquence), avec un processeur cadencé à 1 Ghz, plus endurant avec une autonomie augmentée de 40% (passant de 5 à 7 heures en conversation) et plus riche de nombreuses applications. Et pour en mettre plein la vue, l’écran Retina offre une finesse et une qualité d’image inégalées, avec des pixels invisibles à l’œil nu.Pour découvrir l’iPhone 4 en images : https://www.maxisciences.com/iphone-4/les-images-du-nouvel-iphone-4_art7694.htmlLe 8 juin 2010 à 11:22 • Emmanuel Perrin
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PORTLAND — Authorities say a 32-year-old man was fatally shot by a business owner in southeast Portland.Sgt. Pete Simpson of the Portland Police Bureau says the incident began Monday afternoon when the man entered an insurance agency and confronted the owner about some missing personal property.The man left, but later confronted the owner in the parking lot next to the business. That meeting led to the shooting. The victim died at a hospital several hours later.Simpson says the shooter is 47 years old and has cooperated with detectives. He has not been arrested.An autopsy will be done Tuesday and the case will be presented to a grand jury when the investigation is complete.
The assistant chief of the Cowlitz Public Safety Department in Ridgefield said volunteering at a Special Olympics event when he was a teenager in Marysville changed his life, so taking part in the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Thursday in Vancouver was not only honorable but necessary.Duane Garvais Lawrence, whose younger sister has a learning disability, was always getting into trouble as a high school student, he said. But after participating in the local games, his perspective changed; he found himself identifying with the principles of the Special Olympics, he said.“The other chiefs in (Clark County) invited us, but we would have been here either way,” he said. “The feeling is incredible. To echo a speaker, if we try and exemplify the (Special Olympics) athletes, who are happy and enthusiastic to be a part of something, we can be better ourselves.”The tribal police department joined other Clark County law enforcement officers from the Vancouver and Battle Ground police departments on a run from Old Apple Tree Park to the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site gazebo for the torch run. Officers guided the Flame of Hope torch to the gazebo, which will now make its way north to Seattle for the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games.Officers from 47 states ran along a bike path chanting, “we are the torch bearers,” clapping before gathering by the gazebo and being welcomed by local officials. The Law Enforcement Torch Run is the largest grass-roots fundraiser for the games, and has raised more than $500 million since beginning in 1981.
New Delhi : Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla will ask SP MP Azam Khan to apologise on the floor of the House for his sexist remarks against BJP member Rama Devi, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi saidon Friday. In a meeting of floor leaders of all parties chaired by the Lok Sabha Speaker, it was decided that Khan should apologise or face action. Also Read – Shashi Tharoor accepts Modi’s language challenge Advertise With Us “The Speaker will ask Azam Khan to apologise over his comments made against Rama Devi without any condition in the House. If he does not do so, the Speaker has been authorised to take action against him,” Joshi said. Several women MPs cutting across party lines have also written to the Speaker demanding stringent action against Khan. Rama Devi said he should be suspended for entire five years from Lok Sabha. Also Read – HC declines protection to Shivakumar from arrest Advertise With Us Earlier, women members in Lok Sabha on Friday spoke in one voice condemning Khan for his sexist remarks and demanded that he apologise or else he should be suspended from the House. During Zero Hour, Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani said Khan’s remarks in Lok Sabha on Thursday during the debate on triple talaq bill were a “blot” on all legislators, including men.
Obaidul QuaderRuling Bangladesh Awami League (AL) party general secretary Obaidul Quader Saturday said the government is able to keep militancy and terrorism under control.”We could not root out militancy and terrorism from the country but it is under control with the help of common people,” he told newsmen, at Holey Artisan cafe in Gulshan.Also the road transport and bridges minister, Quader accompanied by AL joint general secretaries Mahbubul Alam Hanif and Jahangir Kabir Nanak had been there to pay tributes to the victims of last year’s Holey Artisan cafe attack. They placed floral wreaths.The minister said, “If the government gets cooperation from all, it would be able to root out militancy and terrorism.”As many as 30 people — including 22 foreigners, two police officers, five attackers and one bakery staff member– were killed in the attack on 1 July 2016.The hostage crisis that followed ended early next morning after the operation ‘Thunderbolt’ conducted by a team of the 1st Para-commando Battalion of the Bangladesh Army with the help of members of Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime Unit (CTTCU) and Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
The Trump administration plans to direct immigration agents to greatly expand the categories of immigrants they target for deportation, according to drafts of two memos seen by Reuters and first reported by McClatchy news organization on Saturday.Two sources familiar with the plans told Reuters the documents have been approved by Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, but are under final review by the White House. They are expected to be released to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) early next week.Under the orders, hundreds of thousands of people would face expedited removal proceedings, including those that had not been prioritized for deportation under former President Barack Obama.The memos are guidance to instruct agents in the field to implement two executive orders signed by Trump on Jan. 25 intended to deter future migration and drive out more illegal migrants from the United States.One memo instructs ICE agents to ignore Obama’s memos on immigration priorities that targeted only recent arrivals and convicted criminal migrants for deportation. Instead, migrants who have been charged with crimes but not convicted would be prioritized for deportation. The guidance also allows ICE agents wide discretion in deciding who to deport and considers anyone in the United States illegally to be subject to deportation.The guidance does leave in place Obama’s 2012 executive action that protected 750,000 people brought to the United States illegally by their parents. The fate of the policy, known as DACA, has been hotly debated within the White House, according to sources familiar with the discussions. Trump said in a news conference Friday that DACA was a “very difficult subject” for him.The ICE memo also states that immigrants will not be afforded rights under US privacy laws.The second memo instructs CBP officers to crack down on illegal migration at the border by holding migrants in detention until a determination in their case is made.The Department of Homeland Security did not deny any information contained in the draft memos but did not provide further detail.A source familiar with the guidance said the memos were scheduled to be distributed on Friday but the White House made a last-minute request to review them. It is not known whether the White House may alter the guidance.Kelly said in one of the memos that illegal immigration across the US border with Mexico had “created a significant national security vulnerability to the United States.”
Lopez Mena said the lack of results in security and outbreaks of violence, such as the shooting in Playa del Carmen that left seven dead, are a shared responsibility, adding that this crime also stems from the non-implementation of the Single Command. Lopez Mena mentioned the possibility of obliging municipalities to accept the Single Command scheme to fight crime, noting that the project, which has been rejected by several city councils in the state, is being analyzed. He also said he was confident that the municipal president would resume dialogue and put aside her resistance, noting that only in an extreme case would the state government apply the legal measures necessary for the city council to hand over control of its police to the state. “As long as there is no coordination of the Solidaridad City Council with the federal and state instances in terms of security, we will hardly be able to advance with security strategies.” Francisco Lopez Mena anticipated that in extreme case for those who continue with resistance, the law will be applied to force the Solidaridad City Council to join the Single Police Command. He said that the reasons for not wanting to enter into the agreement are a particular issue of the mayor Laura Esther Beristain Navarrete, and only she can explain if it is a political or other issue. Chetumal, Q.R. — The Secretary of Government of Quintana Roo, Francisco Lopez Mena, warned that if Solidaridad’s council, headed by Laura Esther Beristain Navarrete, continues to refuse to accept the implementation of the Single Police Command, the state will use the law to impose it. Francisco Lopez Mena, Secretary of Government of Quintana Roo Lopez Mena explained that the decision to go that route is up to the Secretary of Public Security of the state, Jesus Alberto Capella Ibarra, who he says, is fulfilling his commitment to reduce rates of insecurity throughout the state despite public perception. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
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Share Led by multifamily activity, new housing permits and starts rose in July with new construction, continuing a shift from single-family homes. The “”Census Bureau and HUD””:http://www.census.gov/construction/nrc/pdf/newresconst_201307.pdf reported Friday builders broke ground on new homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 896,000 units, up 5.9 percent from June, and filed permits for construction of 943,000 new units, up 2.7 percent from June.[IMAGE]However the rate of single-family starts fell 13,000 (2.2 percent) to 591,000–the lowest level since last November–and the rate of single-family permit filings dropped 1.9 percent (12,000 to 613,000)–the lowest level since March. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg had expected the pace of total starts to increase to 900,000 and total permits to increase to 918,000. The annualized rate of total starts for June was revised up to 846,000 from the originally reported 836,000; permits were revised to 918,000 from 911,000. There was no forecast for single-family activity.The drop in both single-family permits and starts came despite increasing builder confidence. According to the National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) Housing [COLUMN_BREAK]Market Index (HMI), builder confidence has increase 34 percent in the last three months (June through August), though buyer traffic to showrooms has stalled.According to the Census/HUD report, builders in July completed single-family homes at the rate of 571,000 in July–the fastest pace since March–up sharply, 5.9 percent (32,000) from June. Total completions rose 1.8 percent (14,000) to 774,000 in July from June’s revised 760,000. The pace of total completions in June had originally been reported as 755,000.In June, new home sales totaled 497,000, 42,000 fewer than the 539,000 completions that month. New home sales for July will be reported next week.The July report on starts and permits continues the shift in building activity to multifamily housing. Single-family starts have averaged about 67.6 percent of all starts in the last 12 months, down from 69.3 percent in 12 months ending July 2012 and 74.4 percent in the previous 12 months.In the last 12 months, single-family permits averaged 63.5 percent of total permits, down from 64.4 percent in the 12 months ending July 2012 and 69.9 percent in the 12 months ending July 2011.The annualized rate of all permits rose 15,000 in the West to 225,000; 5,000 in the South to 463,000; 4,000 in the Midwest to 149,000; and 1,000 in the Northeast to 106,000. Permits for single-family homes were up 3,000 in the Midwest to 105,000. They fell 9,000 in the West to 131,000; 5,000 in the South to 326,000; and 1,000 in the Northeast to 51,000._Hear Mark Lieberman every Friday on P.O.T.U.S. radio, Sirius-XM 124, at 6:20 a.m. Eastern._ August 16, 2013 393 Views in Data, Government, Origination, Servicing Census Bureau Confidence Home Sales Homebuilders Housing Permits Housing Starts Housing Supply Mark Lieberman Multifamily National Association of Home Builders Processing 2013-08-16 Mark Lieberman Single-Family Starts, Permits Drop In July
A lifeguard at Coral Bay, Paphos, rescued a swimmer and carried him out to shore, it emerged on Saturday.According to a report, a Greek Cypriot man swimming at Coral Bay shortly after noon Saturday, felt tired and could not return to the shore, thus being in danger of drowning.He was spotted by lifeguard Vasos Christodoulou, who rushed to the spot and was able to carry the swimmer back to safety.While the man is in good health, he was taken to the Paphos general emergency room for preventive reasons.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppTake Online Privacy on a whole New levelFigLeaf Beta AppUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoYahoo Search | Search AdsJoint Pain Treatments That Might Surprise You. Research Joint Pain ReliefYahoo Search | Search AdsUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
Tourist arrivals in Cyprus recorded a historic high in September 2018 and in the first nine months of the year, figures released on Wednesday by the Statistical Service show.Cystat reported that arrivals of tourists reached 520,138 in September 2018 compared to 483,716 in September 2017, an increase of 7.5 per cent.“September 2018 had the highest volume of tourist arrivals ever recorded in Cyprus during the specific month,” Cystat noted.Overall for the first nine months of the year tourist arrivals reached 3,239,760 compared to 3,001,603 for the same period last year.The United Kingdom accounted for 33.5 per cent of tourist arrivals in September while Russia accounted for 22.4 per cent of total arrivals, Israel for 6.2 per cent and Germany 4.3 per cent.You May LikeUltimate 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 EntrepreneursUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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