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TN sticks to its stand on deep sea fishing guidelines

The Tamil Nadu government has reiterated, among other issues, its stand to rescind the guidelines on Deep Sea fishing issued in 2014 over allowing foreign fishing vessels under Letter of Permit in the country’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). In a meeting held in Delhi on Friday, where all coastal....

Kejriwal’s ex-aide may join politics

Rajendra Kumar, former principal secretary to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who has sought voluntary retirement from the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), said he will continue to be in public service and did not rule out the possibility of joining politics. Other avenues.

SBI levying convenience charge at Delhi Metro

Delhi Metro commuters have been paying more when they electronically recharge their smart cards. The State Bank of India (SBI) has erroneously been levying commuters a 2.5 per cent convenience charge when they pay using their debit or credit card. No role: DMRC.

Check-dam offers hope in parched Tiruvallur

On years when the monsoon is good, floodwater in the Kosasthalaiyar drains into the sea. With a view to making use of this resource, the Water Resources Department (WRD) plans to build a check-dam near Attrambakkam, located a few km downstream of the Poondi reservoir in Tiruvallur district.

New York State Police to get new chopper for Governor Cuomo

BREAKING NEWS Car and box truck crash on Sunrise Highway resulting in fireball. New York State Police to get new chopper for Governor Cuomo. Gov. Andrew Cuomo will soon have a new chopper. The State Police plans to buy a $12.5 million Sikorsky S-76D to transport the Democratic governor and perform other public safety missions as needed.

Gensource Announces $3,000,000 Non-Brokered Private Placement

The Company intends to use the proceeds from the Offering to initiate geological and engineering study work towards a second project module in the Vanguard Project area ("Vanguard Two”). Proceeds will also be used for matters relating to the completion of the proposed Joint Venture signed with Essel....

LCCI striving for resolution of business community issues

Salim Ahmed. Lahore. The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) is committed to get the miseries of the trading community reduced and approaching the concerned forums for this purpose, LCCI President, said . Talking to the delegation of traders here at the Lahore Chamber, Mr.

Mumbai police asks BCCI to pay Rs 1.20 crore for 'bandobast'

By Suraj Ojha | Posted 36 minutes ago Now Available on the mid-day iOS App, Download Now The Mumbai police has written a letter to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), asking it to pay R1.20 crore towards security provided for two matches played between India and England recently.

Rahul Gandhi's 'hand' remark: BJP wants Congress' poll symbol cancelled

Rahul Gandhi. Lucknow: Now Available on the mid-day iOS App, Download Now The BJP on Friday lodged a complaint with the Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh against Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and his party for allegedly violating the Model of Conduct (MCC) by "co-relating the Congress election symbol with religious figures".

Mumbai: Mankhurd fire was worse than Deonar

The fire in the scrap yard was bumped up to Level Four later. Close to a year after the city reeled under a cloud of smog following the massive blaze at the Deonar dumping ground, the choke’s on us again. If the poor air quality took a sharp enough rise to rival New Delhi’s last year, a fortnight....

Senate Committee May Use Subpoenas in Russian Hacking Investigation

The Senate Intelligence Committee has announced an investigation into the Russian hacking scandal which has cast a pall over the 2016 election, lawmakers said Friday. "As part of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence’s oversight responsibilities we believe that it is critical to have a full....

Zimsec release 'A' Level results

More than 40 000 Advanced Levels student who wrote their examinations last year can start collecting results from Monday. Primary and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora said 41 549 candidates sat for the November 2016 A-Level examination compared to 41 653 candidates in November 2015. This gives a percentage of 93.

Drinking water for only 2 more months: WSDB

The Water Supply and Drainage Board (WSDB) has cautioned about a possible water scarcity and curtailment of water supply if the prevailing dry weather continued, while insisting that drinking water was now available for only two more months. If the present conditions continue to prevail restrictions....

US Senate to launch investigation into Russian ties to US elections

The probe is supported by both Democrats and Republicans after US intelligence agencies claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered a secret operation to interfere in the election, aiming to boost Republican Donald Trump and damage his opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Gun-rights bill faces potentially easier path to advancement in Nebraska Legislature

Senators voted against a motion by Chambers to send the bill to the Judiciary Committee, of which he is a member. Instead the bill will be heard by the Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee, where it would stand a better chance of advancing given that six of the committee’s eight members are Republicans.

New evidence: Was DB Cooper a Boeing

A band of amateur scientists selected by the Seattle FBI to look for clues in the world’s most infamous skyjacking may have found new evidence in the 45-year-old case. They’re asking for the public’s help because of new, potential leads that could link DB Cooper to the Puget Sound aerospace industry in the early 1970s.

Edward D. Tokarz, Lackawanna resident, Council president

Aug. 13, 1934 - Jan. 5, 2017. Edward D. Tokarz, of Lackawanna, a former officeholder in the city, died Jan. 5 in Mercy Hospital following a short illness. He was 82. Born in Buffalo, Mr. Tokarz graduated from Lackawanna High School. He continued his education at Erie Community College. Mr. Tokarz repaired motors at Bethlehem Steel for 30 years.

Sully: Self-effacing McDermott fills role of the anti-Rex

Sean McDermott paused after the Associated Press' John Wawrow delivered the first question of the press conference, asking how McDermott expected to succeed where so many Bills head coaches had failed before him. "Is this on?" the new coach asked, gesturing to the microphone on the dais when his voice was slow to come over the PA system.

Truck company owner charged with evading $1 million in tolls

NEWARK, N.J. The owner of a New Jersey trucking company has been arrested while trying to board a flight to Aruba and charged with racking up more than $1 million of unpaid tolls and fees. State police say Little Ferry resident Lester Morales was arrested at Newark Liberty International Airport on Thursday.

There's no snow in my ski resort - can I get compensation?

A January 6, 2017 nd if your holiday was booked during the period when many pistes were closed, this will be little consolation. If you’re heading to Canada or America conditions have been very good and you should have no problem finding somewhere to ski. Am I covered? It depends on your insurance policy.

NLA approves move to amend charter regarding King's power

Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam explains to National Legislative Assembly members the need to change the interim charter, as Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon talks with Justice Minister Suwaphan Tanyuvardhna in parliament on Friday. (Photo by Patipat Janthong) The National Legislative....

Hampshire faces stark choice in police funding

RESIDENTS face the stark choice of paying more to sustain the county’s current levels of policing or see them cut. In a public consultation opened by Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and ’s police and crime commissioner (PCC), Michael Lane has called for locals to have their say on what level....

PM enjoys longest opinion poll 'honeymoon' of any Tory premier since 1950s

Mrs May's premiership reaches the six-month mark on Friday, during which time her party has opened up an average poll lead over Labour of 14 points. No Tory government in modern times has been in such a commanding position at this stage of a prime minister's time in office.

'Dramatic increase' in numbers of men in low-paid part-time work

The number of men in low-paid part-time work has increased "dramatically" over the past 20 years, in contrast to those on higher wages, a study shows. Around one in five 25 to 55-year-old men on low hourly wage rates now work part-time, compared with one in 20 for higher earners, said the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

Syrian refugee victims of torture 'not supported' after arriving in Britain

More than half of Syrian refugees resettled in the UK are survivors of torture or violence during the country's civil war, the report by the influential House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) found. But it said "only a few" torture victims had been referred to specialist organisations for....

Latest gold, forex rates in UAE

Get retail Gold and Forex rates with Emirates 24|7 brings you the daily Dubai gold rate (22k, 24k, 21k and 18k), as well as currency exchange rates, including the Indian rupee, Pakistani rupee, Philippine peso, Sri Lankan rupee, sterling pound, euro and may more against the UAE dirham (US dollar).

Michelle Obama appears on 'The Tonight Show' for the last time as first lady

"The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon honored the outgoing first lady with a farewell episode dedicated to her. Michelle Obama appeared and shared stories with her old pal and frequent collaborator on his show Wednesday night, closing a chapter in late-night talk show history. "We've done some really crazy stuff," Obama joked.

North Korea Again Tops List of Repressive States

SEOUL — The advocacy group Human Rights Watch Friday once again designated North Korea as one of the world’s most abusive and repressive states in its annual global report. A groundbreaking 2014 United Nations Commission of Inquiry report on human rights abuses in North Korea said, “The gravity,....

US visa-free residency for Cubans ends

In a statement on state television, the Cuban government praised the move as "an important step in advancing relations'' between the US and Cuba. It is unclear where relations between the two countries will go now. Mr Obama's successor, President-elect Donald Trump, has taken a much tougher stance and could reverse the change.

Ruling parties, Morcha agree to play positive role to pass amendment bill

Jan 13, 2017- Leaders of the ruling parties and Madhesi Morcha have agreed to play a positive role in passing the Constitution Amendment bill with revisions during a meet on Friday. The leaders from the ruling allianceCPN (Maoist Centre) and Nepali Congressand Madhesi Morcha during a meeting called....


MBABANE Serious threats of grievous bodily harm, possibly even leading to death, have been made against Times SUNDAY senior reporter Mfanukhona Nkambule and the publication’s Editor Innocent Maphalala. The threats emanate from a story the publication is pursuing regarding one of the country’s....
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