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Stratford Councilman Will Do Education Program After DUI Charge

STRATFORD, CT — A Stratford councilman's application to participate in an alcohol education program was recently granted in court, after he was accused in September of driving more than 100 mph while under the influence. If he completes the program, his case will be dismissed, according to his attorney.

Google Maps by bike: never before has it been used so much

Google Maps is one of the best geolocation and map tools that we can use in Spain. Since its launch, it has been adding new tools to transport itself not only

Buhari mourns Faruk, ex-North West military governor

By Bolaji Ogundele, Abuja. President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with the family and friends of first Military Governor of the defunct North Western State, Alhaji Usman Faruk, over his death. A statement issued by Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba....

Plateau communities slam Lalong over neglect

By Kolade Adeyemi, Jos. The ward head of Jenta Adamu, Jos North Local Government Area, Plateau State, Da Kabala Bako Gode, has decried the absence of both the federal and state government presence in the community. Jenta Adamu is where both the federal and the state civil servants reside.

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Agency Reporter. Nasarawa State Government has commenced the payment of N500 million gratuity to the first batch of 500 retirees in the state. According to a report by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Abdullahi Sani – Osaze, Director General, Nasarawa State Pensions Bureau, disclosed this in an....

Forex fluctuation cannot affect AKK gas pipeline project – Firm

By John Ofikhenua, Ajaokuta. The falling value of Naira and fluctuating exchange rate cannot affect the Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) Gas Pipeline Project because the contract is an international one denominated in dollars. The first segment (140 km) of the project from Ajaokuta is to be executed by an indigenous firm-Oilserv Limited.

Mark Ogren and Dundee United: Two long and challenging years since US businessman took over at Tannadice

It has been two long and challenging years since the stars and stripes were raised above Tannadice. On December 19, 2018, United fans got an early Christmas present when it was confirmed their club’s destiny was now controlled by new American owner Mark Ogren.

Pakistan says US role important in stopping Indian interference

WASHINGTON: The US has an “important and critical” role to play in stopping Indian interference and maintaining peace and security of the region, Ambassador Asad Majeed Khan, Pakistan’s envoy to the US, said in an interview to The Christian Science Monitor.


(AGENPARL) – LONDON (UNITED KINGDOM), sab 19 dicembre 2020 On 8 September 2020 a disciplinary consent order was made against Mr Stephen Berry of Opus Restructuring Limited Fonte/Source: ⯑....

Can't hand over Rajshahi Zila Parishad CEO, held with phensidyl, to police due to 'pressure from high-ups': DNC official

Department of Narcotics Control (DNC) detained Md Nuruzzaman, Chief Executive Officer of Rajshahi Zila Parishad, from Chapainawabganj while he was carrying banned phensidyl in the government vehicle. However, the DNC was unable to hand over BCS cadre official Nuruzzaman to the police in last 14....

Brexit news latest – Boris hopes EU will ‘see sense’ as Barnier warns ‘just a few hours left’ to get a deal

MPS ON STANDBY TO RETURN TO WESTMINSTER FROM CHRISTMAS BREAK They will return to the Commons if an agreement can be struck in the final days of the year. Yesterday, both Boris Johnson and the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier were playing down the prospects of a breakthrough.

Portugal's armed forces help nursing homes battle the virus

Portuguese Air Force colonel Maria Salazar wears a COVID-19 Task Force badge on her shoulder while posing for a photo at the armed forces chiefs of staff headquarters in Lisbon, Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020. As a resurgence of the pandemic in the fall looked set to overwhelm Portuguese care homes, the government mobilized all the resources it could.

Vivek Tiwari of SATYA MicroCapital bags award

New Delhi [India], December 19 (ANI/NewsVoir): In recognition of his contribution to the empowerment of low-income ruralsemi-urban entrepreneurs, across genders, Vivek Tiwari, MD, CEO and CIO of SATYA MicroCapital Limited has been conferred with the prestigious "The Most Promising Business Leaders....

Metro Brands Ltd plans aggressive expansion

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], December 19 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Metro Brands Ltd, India's second-largest fashion footwear retailer, has plans for aggressively expanding its portfolio in 2021 through strategic partnerships with reputed as well as upcoming brands and Ventures engaged in....

Zee Learn Limited Q2 FY21 Results

Mumbai (Maharashtra)[India], December 19 (ANI/ BusinessWire India): The Board of Directors at its meeting held today has approved and taken on record the audited consolidated financial results of Zee Learn Limited (ZLL) and its subsidiaries for the quarter and half year ended 30 September 2020.

QC bans minors in all public places

CALOOCAN CITY, Dec. 19 (PIA) - The Quezon City Government is implementing an ordinance that prohibits minors in the City to go in all public places whether alone or accompanied by parent or guardian and without any justification, to protect them from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Under Ordinance No.

Hospital fire kills 8 COVID-19 patients at ICU in Turkey

ANKARA, Turkey A fire broke out Saturday at an intensive care unit treating COVID-19 patients in southern Turkey after an oxygen cylinder exploded, killing eight people, state-run media reported. The Anadolu news agency said the fire took place at the privately-run Sanko University Hospital unit in Gaziantep.

Leader of 'virus-free' Turkmenistan champions...

Ayna Garayeva, a school teacher in the capital of authoritarian and secretive Turkmenistan, began taking extra sanitary measures in her classroom when the government issued new guidelines in August. As well as standard coronavirus precautions like temperature checks for students, she started....

Delhi: 3 Dead, 6 Injured After Portion of Building Collapses in Vishnu Garden

New Delhi: At least three people died while six others were injured after a portion of a building collapsed in Vishnu Garden locality of West Delhi’s Khyala on Saturday. Also Read - Building Collapses in Delhi’s Khazoori Khas Area, no Casualties so Far The Delhi Fire Service received a call about....

CBSE Exams 2021: Class X, XII Date Sheet, Alternative Option For Practicals to Top Agenda During Nishank's Webinar on Dec 22

CBSE Exams 2021 Latest News: All eyes are set on Union Education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ who will be interacting with teachers on the issue of conduct of Class X, XII board examinations. Earlier, the minister was scheduled to hold a live session with teachers on December 17, however, it....

Kankara Boys: Released Students Recount Ordeal (EXCLUSIVE)

BY GODWIN ENNA, Katsina Some of the released abducted 344 students of GSSS Kankara, have however narrated their experiences to Leadership on how they were

Opinion: We’ve played a blinder on Covid... let’s at least all agree on that

Yes, you may reply, a record one and a half million people — many of them even children — did indeed tune into the Toy Show that year... but you’re wrong. The most watched TV programme of 2020 was on St Patrick’s Day, when Taoiseach Leo Varadkar delivered a live address on RTÉ about a new coronavirus to 1.

Pfizer complains over vaccine info leak 19 December, 2020 11

Photo: EPA Eva De Bleeker Europost The US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer voiced complains over violation of confidentiality clauses after a Belgian secretary of state Eva De Bleeker disclosed the price per dose of Covid-19 vaccines ordered by the country, Reuters said quoting Belgian press sources.

Portugal's armed forces help nursing homes battle the virus

AMADORA, Portugal (AP) — Tears well up in Diana Correia’s eyes as she recalls the October day that 24 of the 55 residents of her nursing home in Portugal tested positive for COVID-19. The stunning discovery set off a scramble to enact the home’s contingency plan and stiffen safety procedures.

Isima, Oliver De Coque and Room 202

By Emeka Obasi Ndubuisi Luis Isima may not be as capped as his elder brother, Okey, but he proved his mettle even when the duo played together at Standard of Jos. The younger Isima who later moved to Asabatex and Julius Berger respectively before relocating to the United States got chatting with our....

Edinburgh Harp Festival

The harp was in use in Scotland long before the playing of became quite so widespread amongst the people of this region. Their delicate and calming sounds are considered quite difficult to master and when you attempt to play them yourself you’ll see why.

Balco CEO, Abhijit Pati recognised amongst promising business leaders

Mr. Abhijit Pati, CEO & Director BALCO has been recognised as ‘Most Promising Business Leaders of Asia 2020-21, by The ET in a virtual ceremony on December 15, 2020. This award recognizes eminent business leaders who are poised to make a significant impact in shaping the business demographics of not just their country but also beyond.

In the courts: Drug driving, vehicle charges and harassment

Cases from North West Hampshire that were heard at Basingstoke Magistrates Court recently

Movie by gondola: Philippine cinema offers Venice-themed coronavirus escape

December 19, 2020 3:53 PM Gondola moviegoers may sit two to a boat, with up to 10 guests per screening and boats kept metres apart.

Australia's Westpac to pay record fine for money-laundering

"I would like to apologise sincerely for the bank's failings," Peter King, Westpac's chief executive, said in announcing the fine, the largest civil penalty in Australian history. The fine, agreed between Westpac and AUSTRAC, Australia's financial intelligence watchdog, must be approved by a federal court.

'A very big mistake': Former NBN boss says network rollout to homes should always have been the priority

The former head of NBN Co has criticised the recently announced plan to give 6 million houses access to ultra-fast internet, saying it would have cost less for both the Government and customers if it had been done in the first place. Key points: Founding CEO Mike Quigley says the decision to use....
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