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The week in TV: Hospital; Theresa vs Boris: How May Became PM; Who Should We Let In?; The Crystal Maze

It wasn’t long, his spree – 82 seconds – but five dead, dozens injured, lives altered unutterably, and we saw the fallout land fast at A & E’s resuscitation unit. There had been some behind-the-scenes frantic stuff just to clear out enough ICU beds, the few movable patients being wheeled out the....

Lee Rhiannon faces possible censure or expulsion from Greens party room

The New South Wales Greens senator Lee Rhiannon could face censure or expulsion from the party room after a signed complaint letter from all her colleagues accused her of potentially damaging conduct in the schools debate. The letter regarding Rhiannon’s conduct was discussed at a special national....

Europe is the shared story our papers tell. It’s what made me who I am

W e know it’s the most visceral issue in contemporary British politics. We know it turns redtops into attack dogs and Tory backbenchers puce with rage. The ides of May. So we ought to know that it’s personal. Individual and personal. Europe isn’t just one more tick on some routine policy list. It is history and emotion … even for newspaper editors....

Over 100 dead in Pakistan after oil tanker catches fire

At least 100 people were killed and more than 75 severely injured when an oil tanker caught fire after it overturned on a highway in the eastern city of Bahawalpur, local media reported Sunday morning. DW’s correspondent in Lahore, Tanvir Shahzad, put the death toll at 123.

German Foreign Ministry: Israel as undemocratic as Russia, China

Germany’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said Israel’s NGO transparency law is in the same category as legislation passed by nondemocratic countries like Russia and China, prompting astonishment on Thursday from Jerusalem over the new wave of criticism from Berlin targeting the Jewish state.

At least 120 dead after oil tanker explodes in Pakistan

The accident occurred when the truck fell off the road it was traveling on Sunday morning, Mohammad Akhtar a police official with the city of Bahawalpur told CNN. Villagers had gathered around the vehicle to collect its oil in containers when the vehicle exploded, Akhtar said.

Hospital staff join forces to help those affected by Sichuan's landslide

Chengdu General Hospital of the Xining logistics Center of the People's Liberation Army of China medical staff set up a temporary clinic in Maoxian county, Sichuan province, on Sunday. Working together with their counterparts from the Maoxian County Hospital, the team will offer medical assistance....

Over 100 dead in Pakistan after oil tanker catches fire

At least 100 people were killed and more than 75 severely injured when an oil tanker caught fire after it overturned on a highway in the eastern city of Bahawalpur, local media reported Sunday morning. DW’s correspondent in Lahore, Tanvir Shahzad, put the death toll at 123.

eNCA | Service delivery in Lusikisiki to be intensified: Zuma

LUSIKISIKI – President Jacob Zuma made an undertaking to the community of Lusikisiki and surrounding areas in the Eastern Cape, that all three spheres of government would intensify basic service delivery to the community, and ensure decisive action was taken to fight crime.

Chinese Foreign Minister welcomed by Punjab CM at Islamabad airport

ISLAMABAD: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has welcomed the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Saturday at the Islamabad airport. Wang Yi will have bilateral talks with the leadership of Pakistan on peace and stability matters, especially on the existing tensions with Afghanistan.

57,000 acres of barren land will be made cultivable in Balochistan

QUETTA: Balochistan Government is making hectic efforts for promotion of agriculture sector to attain food autarky. A senior official of Agriculture Department was quoted by state-run radio as saying that Rs. 8 billion have been allocated in new fiscal year’s budget for the purpose.

US reiterates its support to Pakistan in fight against terrorism

WASHINGTON: Condemning the terrorist attacks in Quetta and Parachinar, resulting in killing of over 50 innocent people, the United States of America has reiterated its support to Pakistan in the fight against terrorism. “We offer our deepest condolences to the victims and their families.

Damos Stevens said the flight was 'nerve-wracking'.

Huw Parkinson turns to the fallout from the recent UK general election, which left Theresa May facing complicated Brexit negotiations having lost her government majority. By Jano Gibson Nelson Tinoco, one of 14 Larrakia Nation rangers who have teamed up with the Darwin Wildlife Sanctuary to learn about handling injured animals.

Made in WA: Stadium footbridge deck to be constructed locally

Made in WA: Perth Stadium footbridge deck to be constructed locally. The State Opposition has called for the Government to provide evidence of contractual disputes that have forced the new Perth Stadium footbridge to be constructed locally. The problem-plagued pedestrian bridge was due to be....

Narendra Modi Mann ki baat: From monsoon, Jagannath Rath Yatra to Eid greetings, here’s what PM said in his address to the nation

Mann ki Baat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the nation in his 33rd monthly edition ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio address. PM Modi is currently on a trip to the United States on an invitation from US President Donald Trump. The Prime Minister had earlier, through a tweet, asked people to suggest topics for the radio show.

YV Reddy wanted to quit twice on difference with P Chidambaram: Former RBI governor reveals in his autobiography

Y Venugopal Reddy, who was Reserve Bank governor from September 2003 to September 2008, shared an uncomfortable relationship with Chidambaram.(Photo: Reuters) governors share a bittersweet relationship with the government but rarely has any central banker contemplated leaving his job twice, as did....

Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat: PM says clean India is now a mass movement, wishes people on Eid

Mann Ki Baat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi who currently in the United States addressed the nation through his radio programme on Sunday morning at 11 am. As always, the Prime Minister is expected to share his thoughts on a number of issues. PM Modi took to Twitter ahead of the radio address and....

Tata Motors celebrates epic Coimbatore to London journey

Motors celebrated the epic journey of three Indian women drivers from Coimbatore to London in its latest Tata Hexa model car. The three Rotarians – Meenakshi Aravind, Mookambika Rathinam and Priya Rajpal – completed the 26,000-km expedition, covering 24 countries and spanning 72 days earlier this month.

Telecom woes: IMG to submit policy recommendations in July

The inter-ministerial group (IMG) looking into financial difficulties of the telecom sector is expected to submit its policy prescription to the Telecom Commission next month. “The (IMG) recommendations will be submitted within a month,” an official told PTI.

GST switchover: Renaming CBEC as CBIC may take a while

This requires legislative approval as the government has to amend the mother Act, which is the Central Boards of Revenue (CBR) Act, 1963. Rechristening the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) may not come about immediately as the revenue department may introduce amendments to at least five....

Irdai spent only 40 per cent of advertisement budget in 2016-17

Unable to spend even 50 per cent of earmarked funds for insurance awareness last fiscal, Irdai is looking for innovative methods to utilise this year’s advertisement budget that has been raised to Rs 66.5 crore. The government is keen on increasing insurance penetration in the country, especially in remote areas.

SEZs keen on FTA rates, commerce ministry working on proposal

The commerce ministry is working on a proposal to allow special economic zone (SEZ) units to sell products outside these tax-free enclaves at concessional duty rates. An SEZ area is considered to be a foreign territory for trade operations and duties and are mainly set up for the export purpose.

US President Donald Trump accuses former President Barack Obama of not acting against Russia

Questioning Obama’s inaction, Trump said, “Obama didn’t do enough to address the situation.” (Photo: Reuters) United States President Donald Trump has accused former President Barack Obama of not taking an action against Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S.

Yogi Adityanath government has become an inquiry committee: Samajwadi Party spokesperson Rajendra Chowdhury

With nearly half a dozen projects launched by former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav under the CBI scanner, the SP has attacked the Adityanath government saying it has reduced itself into an “inquiry committee”. As the state’s BJP government completes 100 days in the office in the next few days, a....

Airports Authority of India revises bidding norms for Jaipur, Ahmedabad airports

The AAI, which owns the Ahmedabad and the Jaipur airports, has tweaked various bidding parameters, including allowing the same private player to carry out O&M of the two aerodromes in case that entity wins the bids. (PTI) The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has reworked the bidding parameters for....

Presidential Election 2017: Samajwadi Party, BSP back Meira Kumar, consolidate anti-BJP forces in Uttar Pradesh

The coming together of archrivals BSP and SP to support the candidature of Meira Kumar as president could be a crucial step towards further consolidating anti- BJP forces in Uttar Pradesh, say political observers. Struggling to regain lost ground after the near washout in the recent assembly....

Junaid Khan publicly lynched but no eyewitnesses step up, CCTV footage allegedly tampered

Junaid Khan was publicly lynched over possession of beef on the Delhi-Mathura bound train on Thursday evening. He had bled to death at the Asaoti railway station in Faridabad after being stabbed multiple times but the incident has been washed from collective memory, reported the Indian Express.

War in Syria enters post-Islamic State phase

The U.S. shoots down a Syrian fighter-bomber. Iran launches missiles into eastern Syria. Russia threatens to attack coalition aircraft west of the Euphrates. What is going on? It might appear a mindless mess, but the outlines are clear. The great Muslim civil war, centered in Syria, is approaching its post-Islamic State phase.

A rising tide doesn’t lift all boats

Record low unemployment rates in Lane County have become so common that they are no longer front page news. So why are there still homeless people? Why aren’t they all out there working, snapped up by eager employers, and earning money to pay the rent or even buy a home? The simplest answer to those....

In search of a target

In the winter of 2008, shortly after the election of Barack Obama, my fiancee and I stopped into a local gun shop in Austin to buy ammunition for target practice, a hobby we enjoyed once or twice a month. Though we hadn’t asked, the clerk behind the counter told us that all the AR- and AK-style rifles were back-ordered.

Senate’s health care bill nearly as bad as House’s

The “health care bill” that Republicans are trying to pass in the Senate, like the one approved by the GOP majority in the House, isn’t really about health care at all. It’s the first step in a massive redistribution of wealth from struggling wage-earners to the rich — a theft of historic proportions.
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