MPs to vote on Brexit options

first_imgLondon: British MPs will on Wednesday hold votes on various Brexit options even as Prime Minister Theresa May comes under pressure to announce a departure plan to get support for her unpopular divorce deal. Three years after a referendum in which Britain voted to leave the European Union, the country is gripped by painful uncertainty over how — or even whether — it should put an end to its 46-year membership. May’s deal negotiated with Brussels has already been voted down overwhelmingly by parliament twice but the government is widely expected to present it for a third time on Thursday to ensure an orderly Brexit. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USEU leaders said Britain could leave the EU on May 22 if the deal is adopted this week, or face a potential no-deal Brexit as early as April 12. In a bid to find Brexit alternatives, lawmakers took the unprecedented step on Monday of seizing control of Wednesday’s parliamentary business. MPs will hold a series of “indicative votes” — indicating their preferences on a piece of paper — for different Brexit outcomes, although May is not legally-bound to follow their instructions. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsThe proposals put forward so include a customs union with the EU, remaining in the single market, holding a second referendum or stopping Brexit by revoking Article 50 — the formal notification for departure. The alternatives that will actually be voted on will be selected by speaker John Bercow on Wednesday and voting will take place at around 1900 GMT with the results expected at around 2100 GMT. Time has been set aside next Monday to try and whittle down the most popular options to a final plan. Parliament’s unprecedented power-grab was spearheaded by arch-EU MPs, who want to either reverse Brexit or preserve much closer economic ties with the remaining 27 states. Three members of May’s government quit in order to vote for the move, further piling pressure on their leader. However, she received a boost on Tuesday when influential Brexiteer Jacob Rees Mogg suggested he could back her deal in order to make sure the whole process was not stopped. Prominent Brexit supporter Boris Johnson has already indicated that he could back the deal, but only if May agrees to go, raising suggestions that she could announce plans for her departure at a meeting with Conservative MPs at 1700 GMT on Wednesday. “If the Prime Minister announces a timetable of departure, I think that’s going to swing a lot of people behind her deal, we could get it over the line,” said Conservative MP Nigel Evans. But the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), the hardline Northern Irish power brokers who prop up the government, have poured cold water on the deal. The group’s Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson said the party would rather see a one-year Brexit delay. “Even if we are forced into a one-year extension, we at least would have a say on the things which affect us during that time and would have the right to unilaterally decide to leave at the end of that one-year,” he wrote in the Daily Telegraph. “We won’t let the PM or the Remainer horde in parliament bully us into backing a toxic Brexit,” he said. Britain was originally due to exit from the EU on March 29, and MPs will vote on Wednesday to formalise the extension into law. It has already been written into international law and is expected to pass easily, with May’s office saying that “there would be uncertainty for citizens and businesses” if MPs were to reject it. A group of Brexit-supporting MPs however has said that holding the vote after the delay had already entered international law “created serious legal doubts about the legal situation surrounding the extension”.last_img read more

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Moroccan Tourism Kicks Off with Promising Start in 2018

Rabat – 2018 looks to be an auspicious year for tourism in Morocco. Visits, overnights stays, and revenues have already showed double-digit growth over the first few of months of 2018. During the first two months of 2018, Morocco welcomed 1.5 million tourists, achieving an increase of 12 percent compared to the first months of the previous year, reports Moroccan business newspaper L’Economiste. French tourists top the list, comprising 11 percent of all visits made to Morocco. The Spanish follow the French, accounting for over 5 percent of Morocco’s tourists. Visits by Moroccans residing abroad (MREs) continue to show significant growth, especially among MREs residing in Germany and Italy. Visits among MREs from each country increased by 18 percent each, followed by 11 percent in Holland, and 10 percent in the United Kingdom. Tourism revenues mirrored this growth, reaching MAD 9.8 billion at the end of February, compared to MAD 7.7 billion in 2017. This marks a 30 percent increase. Additionally, foreign exchange revenues reached MAD 4.14 billion in February, reflecting 19 percent growth.Overnight stays at recognized accommodations throughout Morocco rose by 13 percent at the end of February. However, Marrakech and Agadir remained dominant, absorbing 61 percent of the total volume of overnights stays during January and February 2018. Stays at recognized accommodation establishments have also increased by 15 percent in Marrakech and by 10 percent in Agadir. Other key destinations that experienced this increase: Fez with an increase of more than 26 percent; Tangier, over 17 percent; Rabat, more than 15 percent; and Casablanca, over 12 percent. L’Economiste also notes a discernible increase in Chinese tourists, whose number have multiplied tenfold between 2015 and 2017—reaching a total of 100,000 visitors. During the China-Morocco Tourism Forum (held early February in Casablanca), the Moroccan Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Handicrafts and Social Economy, Mohamed Sajid, announced that Morocco hopes to welcome a total of 500,000 Chinese tourists by 2020. read more

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UN launches global campaign to make hospitals safe from disasters

Natural hazards such as earthquakes, hurricanes and floods can within minutes wreak havoc on communities, destroying basic infrastructures and services and dealing a cruel blow to local populations. Millions of people are left without emergency care during and after disasters when hospitals and health facilities fail to function. To protect health facilities from such hazards, the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) is launching the “Hospitals Safe from Disasters” campaign tomorrow in Davos, Switzerland, along with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Bank’s Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery. “The price we pay for the failure of hospitals when disasters happen is too high. In comparison, the cost of making hospitals safe is tiny,” says Salvano Briceño, Director of the ISDR secretariat. “The most expensive hospital is the one that fails.” Recent examples highlight the tremendous impact that disasters can have on local health systems. On 5 August 2007, in just two minutes, the Peruvian city of Pisco lost 97 per cent of its hospital beds to an 8.0 magnitude earthquake. In addition, the October 2005 earthquake that struck Pakistan completely destroyed half of the heath facilities in the affected areas, and the December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami wiped out 61 per cent of the health facilities in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. In addition to denying access to primary health care for those affected, damage to facilities and health systems could disrupt essential services such as routine immunization or maternal and child health care for months after a tragedy. Among the objectives of the new campaign is to reinforce the structural resilience of health facilities, and to ensure that they continue to function after a disaster has struck. It will also train health workers on preparedness plans that will keep health systems operational in the wake of disasters. “With current knowledge and strong political commitment it is possible to protect health facilities from disasters, even with the limited resources available in developing countries,” says Dr. Ala Alwan, Assistant Director-General for Heath Action in Crises at WHO. The agency is providing technical support to countries to help them mitigate the effects of disasters on existing and new health facilities, which will help protect the health of the population in areas affected by disaster. The Hyogo Framework for Action – adopted by 168 countries in Kobe, Japan, in January 2005 – called on Governments to do more to ensure that new hospitals are built to remain functional in the midst of disasters. 24 January 2008With hundreds of hospitals and heath facilities destroyed or damaged every year by disasters, the United Nations is launching a global campaign to ensure that millions of people are not left without the vital care they need in the midst of an emergency. read more

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Sierra Leone RUF Party leaders meet with UN official on election issues

Yesterday, the Secretary-General of the Revolutionary United Front Party (RUFP), Pallo Bangura, and Mike Lamin met with Behrooz Sadry, the deputy head of the UN Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) for Operations and Management, to discuss a number of political issues affecting the party. According to Mr. Bangura, the travel ban was hindering the activities of the RUFP as the country moved closer to the presidential and parliamentary elections set for 14 May. He said the ban was putting the RUFP at a disadvantage since other political parties in Sierra Leone did not face similar travel restrictions. Of immediate concern to the RUFP was a temporary lifting of the ban to enable its chief of administration, Jonathan Kposowa, and Mr. Lamin to travel to Senegal to meet with the chairman of the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) on party business. Mr. Bangura – explaining that the Lomé Peace Agreement of 1999 required the Government of Sierra Leone to help the RUF transform into a political party and for a trust fund to be established for this process – presented Mr. Sadry with a letter addressed to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan requesting the lifting of the travel ban and the establishment of the trust fund. He also disclosed that the RUFP now had offices in Kenema, Bo and Makeni, and would be presenting its documents for formal registration within the coming week. Mr. Sadry responded that as long as the proposed travel of the RUFP leaders was to further the peace process, he did not foresee any difficulties in the UN granting them an exemption. He also pledged to discuss the issue of the trust fund with the Government. Other issues raised by the RUFP leaders included the lifting of the state of emergency in order to create a level playing field, and the release of RUF leaders still in prison. read more

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Healthcare firm formerly linked to Revlon gave British patients blood it knew

Leaked documents reveal executives instead focused on sales figures and worried about their “market share”. In the 1980s, lipstick maker Revlon operated a separate healthcare company which made blood plasma products under the name Armour Pharmaceuticals. But some batches were contaminated with viruses like HIV or Hepatitis C which was passed on to British patients. At least 2,500 people died in the scandal, which… A pharmaceutical firm formerly owned by an arm of cosmetics giant Revlon knew its medical products were infecting British patients with Hepatitis C but failed to warn the public. The products were imported to Britain and given to haemophiliacs as a treatment to help their blood clot.

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RAB detains 3 suspected JMB men in Cnawabganj

first_imgMembers of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in a drive detained three suspected militants of New JMB’s ‘Sarwar-Tamim group’ from Bablabona area of Sadar upazila in Chapainawabganj early Sunday, reports UNB.The detainees are Zenarul, Rasul and Islam.Camp commander of Chapainawabganj RAB-5 squadron leader Murad said that on information a team of RAB conducted a drive around 4:15am and held three of them along with ‘one pistol, six rounds of bullets, 1.6kg gun powder and jihadi books’.last_img

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Trump back in Scotland ahead of Putin talks

first_imgPresident Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump during their arrival on Air Force One at Glasgow Prestwick Airport in Scotland, Friday, 13 July 2018. Trump returns to Scotland, yet again mixing statecraft and business promotion. Trump has a long and fraught history with the country where his mother grew up, betting big on two golf courses that have been losing money. Photo : APA roving press conference. Reporters piling into golf carts and running along fairways trying to keep up. A protester scattering golf balls marked with swastikas.The last time Donald Trump traveled to Scotland was in 2016, hours after the Brexit vote and shortly after he became the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. He created a media maelstrom as he held court with the press, compared pro-Brexit voters to his own supporters and mixed campaigning with business promotion in a way that was signature Trump.This time, his trip is likely to be less dramatic, as he spends the weekend out of the spotlight preparing for his high-stakes summit with Russian president Vladimir Putin.Knowing Trump, there’s likely to be some golf on the schedule as well.Trump has long professed a special connection to Scotland, the land of his mother’s birth. He owns two championship-level golf resorts in the country, including the seaside Turnberry. But ever since he ventured into Scotland a dozen years ago, Trump has been losing money and waging battles with longtime residents, wind farms and local politicians.”President Trump knows this country probably better than any president in recent history,” Trump’s ambassador to the UK, Robert “Woody” Johnson, told reporters ahead of Trump’s trip.Trump’s mother, born Mary McLeod, was born in Stornoway, a place Trump has described as “serious Scotland.” He says his mother adored the queen and the “pomp and circumstance” of events like royal weddings.”Any time the queen was on television, my mother wanted to watch it,” he told The Sun newspaper in an interview this week.But Trump has faced endless opposition as he’s worked to renovate the Turnberry resort on the west coast and expand Trump International Golf Links Scotland, in Aberdeen.David Milne, whose property overlooks Trump International Links, planned to mark the president’s visit the same way he did the last time Trump appeared: flying the Mexican national flag over his house within sight of the clubhouse to protest Trump’s hardline immigration views.”He is the president of a country that is allies with us and we have to give a certain amount of respect to the office of the president, even if we think the incumbent is a complete idiot,” said Milne. But, he added, “It would be better for a lot of people if he just stayed at home and saved the fuel.”Anger at Trump has been especially hot in Aberdeen, where Trump’s plans have been mired in controversy from the day the president bought the land in 2006. Neighbors have accused Trump of harassment and bullying to get them to sell land, and a local fisherman became a national hero of sorts when he refused to sell to Trump, despite a $690,000 offer.The Trump Organisation was initially turned down for approval to build on legally protected dunes, but the Scottish government eventually granted permission because of a pledge to create around 6,000 jobs, a five-star hotel with 450 rooms and two golf courses worth 1 billion pounds ($1.3 billion). So far, only one course has been built along with a clubhouse and a boutique hotel with 16 rooms.Conservationists also claim the course risks damaging an important site of special scientific interest. And a few months before Trump clinched the Republican nomination, he lost a court fight to stop an offshore windmill farm near the North Sea resort.While Trump likes to brag about the properties – during a press conference at the NATO summit in Brussels he called Turnberry “a magical place” – they’ve also been losing money. A financial report filed by Trump’s company with the British government last year showed it had lost millions of dollars on the two properties and losses had more than doubled in 2016 to 17.6 million pounds ($23 million). It was the third year in a row of losses. Revenue also fell sharply.Asked about the losses, The Trump Organisation emailed a statement that pointed to Turnberry’s positives: “Trump Turnberry is one of the most spectacular properties anywhere on the world and we are incredibly proud of its continued success. The Ailsa, home to four Open Championships including the famous 1977 ‘Duel in the Sun’ was recently listed as #10 in the World by Golf Digest and #16 in the World by Golf Magazine.”During his last visit to Scotland, Trump created a made-for-TV spectacle as he held a press conference at his course in Aberdeen. Reporters in golf carts followed Trump as he moved from hole to hole, holding court along the way. The event also doubled as an advertisement for the course, with Trump extolled its North Sea views as among “the great sights of the world.”Trump also spent the visit hailing Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, and drawing parallels between Brexit voters and the anger driving his own presidential campaign. That, despite the fact that Scotland voted against Brexit.”I love to see people take their country back,” he said at a news conference marking a $200 million-plus rehabilitation of Turnberry.Several dozen protesters demonstrated outside the resort but were kept at a distance from the candidate and course. But one man wearing a Turnberry fleece briefly interrupted the news conference by tossing a box of golf balls emblazoned with the Nazi logo.This time, anti-Trump organisers planned a series of protests. Among them: a “carnival of resistance” outside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on Saturday, expected to attract busloads of protesters from across the country. Other smaller demonstrations were also planned, including outside the president’s golf courses. Police Scotland have drafted 5,000 officers to provide extra security at a cost of up to 5 million pounds ($6.6 million).Kirsty Haigh of Scotland United Against Trump said, “Trump likes to talk up his Scottish connections, but we are going to show that his politics are not welcome here.”last_img read more

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Oxigen Wallet to sponsor Sachins Kerala Blasters FC

first_imgMobile wallet service provider Oxigen has partnered with Kerala Blasters Football Club as their official payments solution sponsor. Owned by cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar, who is also the brand ambassador for Oxigen, the Kerala-based club will compete in the 11-weeks long Indian Super League (ISL). The franchise finished runners-up in the inaugural ISL season last year. “With the launch of ISL, the Indian football landscape has received a major boost to the popularity of the game, global exposure and encouragement to players and aspirant youngsters,” Oxigen Services founder and MD Pramod Saxena said.last_img

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NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher remove resolution and refresh rate limits

first_imgNVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher: remove resolution and refresh rate limits by Martin Brinkmann on May 15, 2019 in Software – 4 commentsNVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices that removes certain resolution and refresh rate limits.The program detects limits and may patch the values to allow higher resolutions and refresh rates. It checks for certain limits and displays those that it finds in the interface. In the case of our test machine, DL-DVI, SL-DVI/HDMI, HDMI-DVI, SL-DVI on DL-DVI, TMDS.You may download the latest version of the NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher from the developer’s website. The program is updated regularly to address changes in newer drivers that Nvidia releases regularly.NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher modifies the NVIDIA video driver to allow higher resolutions and refresh rates by removing the 165 MHz pixel clock limit for single-link DVI and HDMI, the 330 MHz limit for dual-link DVI, and the 400 MHz limit for SLI and 400/500-series GPUs.NVIDIA Pixel Clock PatcherNVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher requires a Nvidia 400-series or newer graphics processing unit and Windows Vista or newer.The archive that you download comes with two executable files:nvlddmkm-patcher.exe — the regular patchernvlddmkm-patcher-full.exe — the patcher for Catleap/QNIX/Tempest/X-Star users with with 400/500-series GPUs.The application detects existing limits on start. You may select “yes” to patch the limits or “no” to cancel the entire process. Nvidia Pixel Clock Patcher displays a notification after the patching. Note that you may need to reboot the system before the new options become available.We suggest that you create a backup of the system before you run the patch. Note that new driver installations will undo the changes made by the patch. You need to run the application again to patch the values after new driver installations.The application creates a backup and when you run it again includes an option to restore the defaults.Patched drivers allow higher refresh rates which you may set using the Nvidia Control Panel or third-party applications such as Custom Resolution Utility. New resolutions or refresh rates may not be presented directly unless you use a program like Custom Resolution Utility.The current version has three known issues that users need to be aware of before running the patcher.The full patch breaks HDCP support. It is only needed if the pixel clock is greater than 400 MHz with 400/500-series GPUs or SLI with 600/700-series GPUs until 391.35. NVIDIA cards will not reduce clock speeds when idle if the vertical blanking/total is too low. 400/500-series cards will not reduce clock speeds if the pixel clock is greater than 404 MHz.Closing WordsNVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher is a specialized programs for Nvidia graphics processing units; most Windows users may have no desire to run this but some may find it useful to remove certain limitations.Now You: What is your preferred resolution and refresh rate?Summary12345 Author Rating4.5 based on 3 votes Software Name NVIDIA Pixel Clock PatcherOperating System WindowsSoftware Category HardwareLanding Page Advertisementlast_img read more

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A tough lady who is determined to beat cancer and survive

first_imgRenika Ramparsad, at the age of 31 years old, is facing possibly the toughest challenge of her life after being diagnosed with cancer in April this year.Blessed with a wonderful husband and two adorable children, it was as if her world suddenly shattered when she found out she had breast cancer. It all started when she was fighting off a cold and went to the doctor on Friday, April 15, for flu medication. She also had a kidney infection. Little did she know that her prognosis was about to get worse.Her husband accompanied her and while she was there, she told the doctor about a lump in her breast. A piece of the lump was cut out and sent for testing, and the doctor said they would phone her with the results.On Monday, April 18, the doctor broke the bad news to her and her husband. Both were devastated when they heard Renika had cancer. She already had stage 2 cancer.Friends and family stood by the couple as they dealt with the traumatic ordeal. On hearing the news, Renika was determined to fight and not let it be a death sentence, knowing that her children and husband mean the world to her. She was determined to have the operation done and get well for the sake of her children.Renika went into theatre on Thursday, April 21, at La Verna Hospital. The operation was a success, in which they removed the lump.She spent a week in hospital and then went home to recover. Her domestic worker, mum, husband and sisters looked after her and made sure she got plenty of rest. The couple never kept the cancer a secret from their children; their kids were aware of everything.After six weeks of recovery, Renika started undergoing chemotherapy. She went for chemo every four weeks up until August. From August to date, she has gone for weekly treatments. So far, all the tests have been negative, showing no cancer. “My husband has been 100% behind me all the way, helping with the children and looking after me before and after the operation.”Fingers crossed, the couple now hopes for good news after Renika is finished with her chemo. “I would like to thank my loving husband, mum, sisters, family and friends who have supported me through this difficult time of my life. May the Lord bless you all,” says Renika.She urges women who are going through the same thing to be strong and remember there is always someone out there who will help you.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsitelast_img read more

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Offbeat destinations bullish on outbound tourism potential of India

first_imgWhile the global tourism industry is bullish on India’s growth story, off-beat and small countries like Rwanda, Romania, Fiji, Bhutan, Egypt, Maldives, etc. are also attempting to ride on the bandwagon believing in India’s outbound tourism potential. These countries are scouting travel and tourism opportunities in India in a big way, thus to be on the wish-list of Indian tourists. The Tourism Promotion Board’s representatives from these countries revealed their focus plans of India on the sidelines of OTM 2016, which is India’s biggest outbound travel mart that witnessed more than 50 countries promoting their tourism potential to India.For instance, a tiny country like Rwanda, which had 14,000 tourists from India in 2015, is now expecting about 35% increase in its Indian tourist arrivals in the coming year. For Rwanda, India is the second target tourist destination after China and recognising the potential, the Rwanda Tourism Department has been promoting their offerings in India in a big way. Rwanda is being developed as a Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions (MICE) hub. Another example is Bhutan where 80,000 tourists visited Bhutan in 2015, the country is now expecting the footfalls to rise to 1,30,000 to 1,50,000. Countries such as Romania, Fiji are also not exception. With multiple offerings, these countries are promoting their tourism opportunities in India.All these countries are participating in OTM – 2016, India’s biggest outbound travel mart in Mumbai.last_img read more

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Refis May Drop As Rates Rise

first_img June 27, 2016 748 Views Mortgage Interest Rates Mortgage Refinances 2016-06-27 Seth Welborn Refis May Drop As Rates Rise Sharecenter_img Mortgage rates are still very low in general. But not all mortgages have those rates in the mid-3s.In fact, according to Molly Boesel, senior economist at CoreLogic, about 38 percent of active loans and 28 percent of unpaid principal balances (UPBs), as of February, carried mortgage interest rates higher than 4.50 percent. This, teamed with the expected rise in rates, has Boesel wondering in the latest CoreLogic MarketPulse report what will happen with refinancing as the year ticks on.“Because a refinance isn’t free, a simple rule of thumb is to add 100 basis points to the current market mortgage rate as the rate at which borrowers would have an incentive to refinance,” she wrote.Following that math, Freddie Mac’s May near-historic low average of 3.57 percent on 30-year mortgages rate means that the typical borrower “would need to hold a mortgage rate of 4.57 percent or higher to make refinancing a money-saving option,” she wrote.Boesel also calculated that if mortgage rates were to increase by 50 basis points this year, those borrowers in the 4.50-and-higher range‒‒about 5.5 million borrowers‒‒would generally find refinancing unappealing.“If mortgage rates rise as predicted, we will certainly see refinancing volumes fall in 2016,” Boesel wrote.On the upside, a drop in refinancing does not automatically mean that borrowers would never take out new loans.“Even though at least 62 percent of borrowers most likely don’t want to refinance out of their low mortgage rates,” Boesel wrote, “they still might want to tap into their equity to pay for remodeling, education expenses, or debt consolidation.”In other words, instead of cashing out to refinance, homeowners turn to more straightforward home equity loans. According to a February 2016 white paper by CoreLogic, in recent years, home equity loans have been making a comeback. in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Originationlast_img read more

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It isn’t that rains are unexpected. It isn’t unknown that creaking infrastructure in the city needs to be upgraded It isn’t a mystery that gutters need to be cleaned and roads need to be fixed Yet it is the same story of work not being done It isn’t done because there isn’t any penalty for non-performance We keep talking about adapting the American presidential system for the country We would be better off borrowing the broad structure of how their cities are run Elected officials with executive powers to deliver real change To follow live coverage of the rains in Mumbai click here Lahore: A 52-year-old Pakistani journalist and activist known for her criticism of Pakistan’s military was allegedly abducted by unknown men in Lahore but was later released as netizens took to social media blaming intelligence agencies for her forced disappearance Representational image WP Gul Bukhari was on her way to the Waqt TV studio for a show when she was intercepted and abducted on Sherpao Bridge in Lahore’s Cantonment area at around 11 pm on Tuesday night The driver of the Waqt TV cab told the police that two persons came out of a double-cabin and asked Bukhari to get into their vehicle "When she refused they bundled her up in the vehicle and sped away" he said adding that her abductors did not say anything to him Later Bukhari’s family registered a missing report at a local police station As the news of Bukhari’s abduction broke out several people took to the social media blaming the intelligence agencies for her forced disappearance for her extreme views about the Pakistani army Some three hours later Bukhari’s family confirmed that she has returned home It however did not talk about her abductors Hammad a police official said the police had reached Bukhari’s house but she refused to record her statement at the moment "We will visit her in the morning again for her statement" he said Reacting sharply on Twitter Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader and daughter of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif Maryam Nawaz expressed her shock "Extremely disturbing and worrisome news of Gul Bukhari’s abduction This is just cruel and worst kind of oppression A sad day" she said Bukhari is a vocal critic of the Pakistan army She is presently a contributing op-ed writer at The Nation and appears as an analyst on Waqt TV show ‘2vs2’ In a separate incident journalist Asad Kharal of BOL TV was allegedly attacked by unidentified men near the Lahore airport Kheral later posted pictures of his blood-soaked jacket and blood-stained face on his Twitter account "I was attacked by some persons wearing masks I am at hospital" he tweeted Senior police officer Bilal Zafar said "Kharal has been tortured by unidentified persons when he was coming out of the Lahore airport" He said a case will be registered on the statement of Kheral Kheral’s colleagues however blamed the PML-N for the alleged attack "Since Kheral is a strong critic of PML-N its involvement cannot be ruled out in the attack" Director News BOL TV Babar Dogar said The incidents took place amid a growing crackdown on free speech in Pakistan as the general elections are due in25 July in the country Meeting with Banda’s first female news-maker feels like a study in meta storytelling for us – there is not only déjà vu but also a sombre sense of how little has changed over the decades When Madhubala Srivastav now 86 started out as a journalist in the badlands of Bundelkhand in the 50s there were little to none women in her profession locally As Meera Devi Khabar Lahariya’s Chief Reporter today with an experience of 12 years in journalism who went to meet Madhubala ji at her residence close to the Kiran College roundabout puts it “So many women dropped out of Khabar Lahariya because of social family reasons This field is not considered appropriate for women everyone cites it as unsafe” A petite elegant lady greets us draped in a crisp cotton dhoti and while her voice is very soft her words are hard as she narrates anecdotes of her time “I went to the temple on a lead for a report and people refused to speak to me I was told there’s no such thing as a woman reporter So I said out loud ‘Look at me I am one I am a mahila patrakar’ I then went inside the temple premises gave a speech against my husband” Sensing our confusion we prod further and soon fill in the blanks Her husband we learn was a journalist too and the speech was akin to a diatribe against the male specie in general? 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National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas ? who stated this at the graduation ceremony of the first 42 helicopter pilots of the school, The President,” Kufour said. I was here through the elections and I was impressed by the conduct your commission put out to the elections. it would not be discussed for one hour because they would wave it aside. He said the careless allegation was meant to divert the attention of the country and its security agencies and also divide the country along religion and ethnic lines. in the aftermath of the insurgents’ defeat at Kafiya Forest,” “Based on this report, “The reinforcement in the northeast continued within the week.

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