WASHINGTON – Sales of new U.S. homes slumped 1.7 per cent in July, the second straight monthly decline as the broader housing market appears to have lost some of its momentum despite an otherwise solid economy.The Commerce Department said Thursday that newly built homes sold at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 627,000 last month, down from 638,000 in June and 654,000 in May. Despite the slowdown, new-home sales have risen 7.2 per cent year-to-date.Steady hiring gains and signs of stronger economic growth have boosted demand for housing. But higher mortgage rates and a tight inventory of homes on the market has made affordability a challenge for many would-be buyers.The Northeast suffered a steep 52.3 per cent plunge in sales, while sales in the South — the largest regional new-home market — slipped 3.3 per cent. Sales rose in the Midwest and West.The average sales price has risen 5.8 per cent from a year ago to $394,300. This increase reflects a shift toward more expensive properties: 60 per cent of the new homes purchased in July cost more than $300,000, up from 56 per cent in 2017.Existing home sales have also slipped over the past four months, the National Association of Realtors said in a separate report Wednesday. Existing homes — a larger share of the real estate market than new construction — sold at an annual pace of 5.34 million in July, a decline of 0.7 per cent from June.Buyers looking at properties worth more than $500,000 have plenty of options, and sales at that price point and above are rising, the Realtors said. But sales of homes worth less than $250,000 are flat or falling.While hiring has been robust this year, inflation has eaten away at average wage growth, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.Homebuyers also face higher borrowing costs as the interest charged on a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.53 per cent last week, up from 3.89 per cent a year ago, according to mortgage buyer Freddie Mac.
New Delhi: The government has deferred by one month the last date for bidding for the 14 oil and gas exploration blocks offered in the second round of Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP). Bids for the 14 blocks offered in OALP-II bid round, covering an area of 29,333 square kilometres, were to close Tuesday. “Bid submission closing date for OALP Bid Round-II stands extended up to April 10, 2019,” the Directorate General of Hydrocarbon (DGH) said in a brief notice. Also Read – Maruti cuts production for 8th straight month in SepIt did not give reasons for extending the deadline. The last date of bidding coincides with the bid deadline for the 23 oil and gas and coal-bed methane (CBM) blocks offered in the third round of OALP, which was launched on February 10. OALP-II bid round was delayed at six months and its launch came barely a month before the third round. Officials said OALP-II and OALP-III will run concurrently. Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had at the time of launch of OALP-II bid round on January 7 stated that an investment of about Rs 40,000 crore is expected in the prospecting of oil and gas in blocks offered. Also Read – Ensure strict implementation on ban of import of e-cigarettes: revenue to CustomsIn the first round of OALP last year, as much as Rs 60,000 crore was committed in the exploration of oil and gas in 55 blocks or areas. In the third round, the government is expecting up to USD 700 million (about Rs 49,000 crore) of investment that it hopes will help raise domestic output and cut imports. India had in July 2017 allowed companies to carve out blocks of their choice with a view to bringing about 2.8 million sq km of unexplored area in the country under exploration. Under this policy, called open acreage licensing policy or OALP, companies are allowed to put in an expression of interest (EoI) for prospecting of oil and gas in any area that is presently not under any production or exploration licence. The EoIs can be put in at any time of the year but they are accumulated twice annually. The blocks or areas that receive EoIs at the end of a cycle are put up for auction with the originator or the firm that originally selected the area getting a 5-mark advantage. The two window of accumulating EoIs end on May 15 and November 15 every year. EoIs accumulated till May 15 are supposed to be put on auction by June 30 and those in the second window by December 31. The first OALP round was launched in 2017 and bids came in by May 2018. EoIs for second round closed on May 15, 2018, and the blocks were supposed to be put for auction by June but the round was for reasons unknown delayed. OALP-II was finally launched on January 7. In the meanwhile, EoIs in the third window also closed on November 15, 2018 with as many as 18 blocks and five CBM blocks, measuring 31,722 sq km, being sought for. OALP-III bid round was launched on February 10 with April 10 as the last date for bidding. Officials said the 14 blocks in OALP-II are estimated to hold in-place resource of 12,609 million tonne oil and oil equivalent gas. In OALP-1, mining mogul Anil Agarwal-led Vedanta Ltd walked away with 41 out of 55 blocks bid out. State-owned Oil India Ltd won nine blocks while Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) managed to win just two. State gas utility GAIL, upstream arm of Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) and Hindustan Oil Exploration Co (HOEC) won one block each. The 55 blocks have a total area of 59,282 sq km. This compares to about 1,02,000 sq km being under exploration prior to OALP. Blocks are awarded to the company which offers the highest share of oil and gas to the government as well as commits to doing maximum exploration work by way of shooting 2D and 3D seismic survey and drilling exploration wells. Increased exploration will lead to more oil and gas production, helping the world’s third largest oil importer to cut import dependence. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a target of cutting oil import bill by 10 per cent to 67 per cent by 2022 and to half by 2030. Import dependence has increased since 2015 when Modi had set the target. India currently imports 83 per cent of its oil needs. The new policy replaced the old system of government carving out areas and bidding them out. It guarantees marketing and pricing freedom and moves away from production sharing model of previous rounds to a revenue-sharing model, where companies offering the maximum share of oil and gas to the government are awarded the block. The government prior to this had been selecting and demarcating areas it feels can be offered for bidding in an exploration licensing round. Under this, 256 blocks had been offered for exploration and production since 2000. The last bid round happened in 2010. Of these, 254 blocks were awarded. But as many as 156 have already been relinquished due to poor prospect.
“A defining feature of the 2030 Agenda is its determination to leave no one behind,” UN Development Programme’s (UNDP) Administrator, Helen Clark, told over 30 social development ministers at the Regional Conference on Social Development in Latin America and the Caribbean, a three-day meeting convened in Lima, Peru, by the UN’s Economic Commission for the region (ECLAC), the Government of Peru and UNDP.“This call demands that we work together to identify and address the deep-rooted determinants of exclusion – in this region and beyond. Poverty eradication will only be achieved when we truly invest in people. Growth needs to be both inclusive and sustainable,” she added.According to the UN, after a decade of high economic growth and poverty reduction – adding 92 million people to an emerging middle class from 2003-2013 – Latin America and the Caribbean is facing slower growth rates and relapses into poverty for some segments of the population. Within this context, participants discussed how to turn the recently-agreed 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development into reality, which the UN said requires new ways of thinking and taking on complex challenges, like exclusion and inequality.”The Latin America and Caribbean region has not yet adopted an agenda of social transformation that favors the change from a culture of privilege to an environment in which equal rights enable a sense of ownership in a more integrated society,” said ECLAC Executive Secretary Alicia Bárcena. She further stressed that strategies for overcoming poverty must consider three main areas: income transfers for immediate relief of basic needs, public access to quality services, and labour and productive inclusion.During the conference, ECLAC will present the main results of the study “Inclusive Social Development: A New Generation of Policies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean”, which identifies progress and challenges and delivers several policy recommendations. One of the major advances in the report is the increase in social spending in the region, which rose from 13.8 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 1990 to 19.1 per cent in 2013.Despite significant progress on reducing poverty over the past decade, nearly 167 million people in Latin America and the Caribbean are estimated to be still living in poverty, according to ECLAC figures. The majority reside in rural areas with limited access to higher levels of education and skills training. Meanwhile, women are disproportionately affected, with about 35 per cent of poor people live in female-headed households, according to UNDP’s upcoming Human Development Report for Latin America and the Caribbean on multidimensional progress, which will offer essential policy tools to for a region with a legacy of class, race and gender-based discrimination.“Social policies must be as strong as economic policies,” said Paola Bustamante, Minister of Development and Social Inclusion (MIDIS) of Peru. “This includes investments in health, education and transport, emphasizing the different needs of women and men at different stages of life.”The Minister added that social development means ensuring equitable economic distribution and the necessary investment so each and every citizen can access the same quality services and have the same development opportunities.Adopting multidimensional approaches to poverty reduction and assessing well-being beyond income measurements is also one of the topics which ECALAC says regional authorities will assess during the conference. This includes improving education, social protection, quality jobs – which are reportedly crucial for a region with high numbers of workers in the informal sector – and the acquisition of basic assets, in addition to improving health care and overall living conditions. During the conference in Lima, ministers will also discuss how to include these alternative approaches in a new generation of public policies for the sustainable development era.Regional authorities are also to discuss challenges for middle income countries (MICs) and small island developing States (SIDS) in the 2030 Agenda, including the need to boost resilience, or the ability to absorb shocks, such as natural hazards or financial crisis, without major economic, social and environmental setbacks.The Regional Conference on Social Development in Latin America and the Caribbean was created in 2014 during the last session of ECLAC held in the Peruvian capital and is the result of a strategic alliance with UNDP, giving continuity to seven consecutive years of the Ministerial Forum for Development in the region.
Previously there were no set guidelines for judges in these cases, and they could use case law to decide the length and seriousness of any sentence. Last year an inquest found that the 96 Liverpool fans had been unlawfully killed, in part due to the actions of police officers. Judges have the ability to award a life sentence where they feel it is appropriate, for example in situations where the perpetrator is particularly dangerous, a situation which does not tend to arise in gross negligence cases.But average sentences have tended to be much lower than for other manslaughter offences, with the longest sentences given tending to be between six and eight years. According to the most recent figures the average sentence for those convicted of gross negligence manslaughter in 2014 was four years. The Council’s analysis of 16 sentences given during that year found that the shortest was just nine months. The new guidelines give a minimum sentence of one year for the least serious offences. Nazir AfzalCredit:Heathcliff O’Malley Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Former Chief Superintendent of South Yorkshire Police David DuckenfieldCredit:Phil Noble/REUTERS Judges have been told to issue tougher sentences for gross negligence manslaughter in the wake of the Hillsborough and Grenfell disasters.There have previously been no set sentencing guidelines for the offence but the longest sentences were usually for less than ten years. Now the Sentencing Council has moved to tell judges that they can hand out prison terms of up to 18 years in the most serious cases.The new sentencing rules for gross negligence manslaughter published today propose that “cost-cutting” offenders who have a “serious disregard” for the safety of others should receive more severe penalties.Previously judges had to act based on previous case law, and there were concerns that this meant that the worst offenders were not being given enough prison time. Under the new guidelines offenders will be sentenced more harshly where they were motivated by financial gain, when they knew that their actions were likely to cause harm or if they were in a “dominant role”, if they had acted alongside others. If convicted, perpetrators of historic offences would be judged under the new criteria. Last week it was announced that David Duckenfield, the South Yorkshire police officer who was in charge of policing at Hillsborough stadium when 96 people were killed in a crush in 1989, would be charged with gross negligence manslaughter for his part in the tragedy. The average sentence for those convicted of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility was 10 years, and the longest was 20 years. Manslaughter sentences were examined after Chris Grayling, the former Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor, said in 2014 that sentences for “one-punch” manslaughter cases should be reviewed amid concerns that they were too lenient. Analysis carried out by the Telegraph in 2014 found that the average prison term for reported cases of one punch manslaughter since 2010 was three years and ten months. Keir Starmer, the former Director of Public Prosecutions, revealed last month that manslaughter charges were being considered over the Grenfell Tower disaster, in which at least 80 people died.His disclosure followed comments by Nazir Afzal, a former chief crown prosecutor, who told the Guardian that those responsible for the management and maintenance of the building could be held responsible. He said: “All have a duty of care. If they have been grossly negligent and that led to a loss of life, then it can be argued that they have committed manslaughter.”Gross negligence manslaughter is used to prosecute people who fail in a duty of care, causing someone’s death. It includes parents or carers who do not protect their ward from a clear danger, employers who fail to look after the safety of their workers or doctors who fail to care properly for a patient. The Sentencing Council said: “In considering the factors that make an offence of gross negligence manslaughter more or less serious the Council came to the conclusion that it would be appropriate for sentences to increase in some situations.”Typically these are cases where an employer has had a long standing, utter disregard for the safety of employees and is motivated by cost cutting.” A consultation period will run until October with the new rules due to be introduced from the middle of next year. Last year restaurant owner Mohammed Zaman was jailed for six years after causing the death of customer Paul Wilson, 38, who was allergic to peanuts. Zaman had switched almond powder for a ground nut mix, Teesside Crown Court heard. A separate offence of corporate manslaughter exists for companies which cause deaths because of severe management failings. These can be punished with an unlimited fine.
BEND, Ore. (AP) — Authorities say a Redmond man remains in critical condition after being assaulted on a vacant lot near where several transient camps have been established in the city.The Bend Bulletin reports that police say they responded to St. Charles-Redmond on Tuesday after receiving a 911 call from someone who said they were driving an unconscious man to the hospital. The 29-year-old victim, whose name hasn’t been released, has since been transported to St. Charles-Bend, where he remained in critical condition Wednesday.Police say they pulled over two suspects in the case, who were interviewed and eventually released.No arrests have been made an investigation into the assault is ongoing.
Huawei Japan joins Kansai Economic Federation with eye on World Expo 2025 and Osaka IR RelatedPosts Japan to conduct nationwide prefectural survey to confirm IR intentions Load More Explaining the reasons for the loan, Suncity Group said it “will continue to diversify its businesses to tourism-related real estate in Asian countries and seek opportunities on the provision of consultancy services to hotels and integrated resorts.“The Group aims to build an integrated tourism-related platform with equity investments in integrated resorts and the provision of tourism-related services to integrated resorts within the Asian region. The Directors (excluding Mr Chau) consider that the Facility will strengthen the financial position and provide additional working capital to the Group.”Suncity last year completed the acquisition of a 34% stake in Vietnamese integrated resort Hoiana in a significant move into the operations side of IRs. It also bought a 3.29% stake in Hong Kong-listed Summit Ascent, which operates Russian IR Tigre de Cristal near Vladivostok, and has signed an agreement relating to pre-opening services and casino management for a casino in Sihanoukville, Cambodia.In February Suncity Group signed an MoU with Korea’s Paradise Co in regards to a potential cooperation agreement at Paradise Casino Busan. Osaka approves Yumeshima site for commercial development in latest IR move Suncity Group Chairman Alvin Chau Cheok Wa has agreed to lend the company HK$1.5 billion (US$192 million) to aid in its rapid expansion initiatives throughout Asia.In a filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange overnight, Suncity revealed that it had entered into an agreement with Star Hope Limited – a company wholly-owned by Chau – to provide an unsecured loan facility of up to HK$1.5 billion, to be made available for a period of three years. Chau will earn interest of 3.5% per annum on the loan.
Pranab MukherjeeFormer Indian president Pranab Mukherjee will arrive in Dhaka on Sunday to attend a number of programmes, including the closing session of the ‘International Bengali Literature Conference’ in the city, reports UNB.Foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali will welcome Pranab at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport upon his arrival by a Jet Airways flight in the afternoon, an official told UNB.Pranab’s daughter Sharmista Mukherjee, among others, will accompany the former Indian president during his Bangladesh visit.Prime minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the three-day literature conference on Saturday at Bangla Academy while Pranab will be present at the closing ceremony of the conference on Monday as the chief guest.He will meet prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her official residence Ganobhaban on Monday and will have lunch there together.Pranab will also visit Bangabandhu Museum to pay respects to father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on Monday morning.Finance minister AMA Muhith will host a dinner on the same day in honor of Pranab.Indian high commissioner in Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla will host a reception to the former Indian president on Sunday.On Tuesday morning, he will go to Chittagong and will visit Chittagong Armoury Raid site, the European Club site and Chittagong University.Chittagong University (CU) will honour him with a Doctor of Letters (D Litt) degree on Tuesday afternoon through a special convocation ceremony.The university has taken a decision in its 52nd syndicate meeting recently.CU registrar Prof Kamrul Huda said the former Indian president is also scheduled to visit two dormitories – Surya Sen and Pritilata – during his visit and will deliver a speech for the teachers and students.”The decision to honour him (Pranab) with D Litt was taken in consultation with president (Abdul Hamid),” Huda said.Pranab, according to his programme schedule, will visit ancestral home of Masterda Surya Sen, an influential leader of Indian independence movement against British rule, at village Noapara under Raozan upazila in Chittagong to pay homage to Surya Sen.Pranab, who served as the 13th president of India and now enjoying his retired life by reading books and writing his diary, will meet president Abdul Hamid on Wednesday evening.President Hamid will host a dinner in honour of Pranab at Bangabhaban.The former Indian president will leave for New Delhi by Jet Airways at 10:20am on Thursday.
In Honor of Black History Month, join many of the city’s top cultural attractions under one roof for an afternoon of free interactive and family-friendly activities on Feb. 18 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Baltimore Visitor Center, Inner Harbor. Baltimore’s Legends & Legacies Jubilee invites everyone to embrace the city’s rich African American heritage and culture while encouraging inclusivity and community engagement. For more information go to: baltimore.org/article/baltimores-legends-legacies-jubilee
By James Wright, Special to the AFRO, firstname.lastname@example.orgBlack women political and social justice leaders encouraged Black Americans to stay engaged in the political process and continue the fight for positive change, at a DC town hall meeting, Thursday.The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference‘ National Town Hall took place on Sept. 13 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in the District of Columbia. The theme of the event was “Advancing the Cause of Freedom, Justice and Equality: Black Women at the Forefront of Leadership” and U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-Texas) said the town hall was “a call to action.”In this July 26, 2018 file photo, Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, center, speaks with the media during a campaign stop at the Ironworkers Local 709 apprenticeship shop to announce her “Jobs for Georgia Plan,” in Pooler, Ga. The history-making gubernatorial runs by Abrams of Georgia, Andrew Gillum of Florida and Ben Jealous of Maryland are turning them into stars nationwide and at the Congressional Black Caucus annual legislative conference. If elected, Abrams, Jealous and Gillum, would give America its largest number of Black governors ever. (AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton, File)“Women have been standing, fighting and leading,” Jackson-Lee, the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, said. “With power comes duty and obligation and we are surging to the front with action and justice.”In the 2016 presidential election, 95 percent of Black women who voted cast their ballot for former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton while 54 percent of White women voted for Donald Trump. Political analysts credit Black women for the election of Democrat Doug Jones of Alabama’s election to the U.S. Senate in 2017 and for Democrat Dr. Ralph Northam’s victory in the Virginia gubernatorial race that year, too.Black women played key roles in the Democratic primary victories of Stacey Abrams of Georgia and Andrew Gillum in Florida.A panel discussion took that place that talked about that type of power and how it could be used to benefit African-Americans. The panelists were Abrams, Jackson-Lee, Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.), Proctor & Gamble executive Monica Turner, CNN Commentator Symone Sanders, president and founder of Black Mamas Matter Alliance Elizabeth Gay, and founder and president of Moms of Black Boys United Depelsha McGruder.The moderator was Joy Reid, a host for MSNBC.Coleman said that everyone needed to vote because if the Democrats win the U.S. House of Representatives in the 2018 election, she will be able to exert power on behalf of her constituents, and Blacks in general, as the chair of the committee that deals with transportation and infrastructure.“We will not build walls but communities,” Coleman said.Abrams explained that her race is winnable because Georgia is not the way it is in the novel “Gone with the Wind.”“Georgia is 53 percent White, 32 percent Black, nine and a half Hispanic and four and a half Asian/Pacific Islander,” she said. “Georgia will be majority minority in 2025 and is the only statewhere the leading minority will be Blacks.”Turner said the private sector has to be part of the solution of the many problems that plague the Black community. Sanders said older Blacks needs to do a better job of convincing millennials that just voting will solve problems.“Millennials have voted and have seen people shot and some millennials have to work two and three jobs in order to make ends,” Sanders said. “Voting is a necessary part of the puzzle but not the entire puzzle.”Elizabeth Gay said Black women need to support organizations and other each other as they pursue political goals. McGruder said “we have to push for change in the system and accountability for government officials.”U.S. Sens. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) addressed the group and Booker brought down the house when he said “I miss Obama and her husband too.”
By Ben Finley, The Associated PressThe 12 people who were fatally shot in a Virginia Beach government building were remembered June 1 during a somber news conference and prayer vigil as officials sought to put the focus on those who died and not the gunman.Police Chief James Cervera identified the assailant as DeWayne Craddock, who was employed for 15 years as an engineer with the city’s utilities department. He declined to comment on a motive for the previous day’s rampage, which ended with Craddock’s death in a gun battle with police. City officials uttered his name just once and said they would not mention it again.City Manager Dave Hansen said he had worked for years with many of the dead, 11 of whom were city employees. The 12th was a contractor trying to get a permit.This combination of photos provided by the City of Virginia Beach on Saturday, June 1, 2019 shows victims of Friday’s shooting at a municipal building in Virginia Beach, Va. Top row from left are Laquita C. Brown, Ryan Keith Cox, Tara Welch Gallagher and Mary Louise Gayle. Middle row from left are Alexander Mikhail Gusev, Joshua A. Hardy, Michelle “Missy” Langer and Richard H. Nettleton. Bottom row from left are Katherine A. Nixon, Christopher Kelly Rapp, Herbert “Bert” Snelling and Robert “Bobby” Williams. (Courtesy City of Virginia Beach via AP)Their names and photos were projected on a screen as Hansen read aloud biographical information that included their hometowns and years of service.“They leave a void that we will never be able to fill,” he said.Chaplains and family assistance workers worked through the night to notify relatives — a job that Hansen described as “the most difficult task anyone will ever have to do.”One of the dead employees had worked for the city for 41 years. Six worked in the same department as Craddock, though authorities have declined to say if anyone was specifically targeted or if the suspect had issued threats before. The victims were found throughout the building, on three floors, police said.Authorities have said Craddock opened fire indiscriminately. Four other people were wounded, including a police officer whose bulletproof vest saved his life.The suspect was armed with a .45-caliber handgun with a noise suppressor, police said. Cervera said June 1 that more weapons were found at the scene and at his home.Two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press that the gunman made multiple legal firearm purchases recently, and the guns recovered at the scene were purchased legally. The officials were not authorized to discuss an ongoing investigation publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.The building was open to the public, but security passes were required to enter inner offices, conference rooms and other work areas. As a current employee, Craddock would have had the pass to enter the inner offices, Hansen said.Asked how secure the building was, the police chief said that government buildings must balance access with security.“It’s an open government building. Citizens have the right to access open government buildings. Employees have a right to access their work site,” he said.Craddock, 40, was a professional engineer who had graduated from Denbigh High School in nearby Newport News in 1996 and joined the Army National Guard, according to a newspaper clip from the time. He received basic military training and advanced individual training at Fort Sill, Okla. He later graduated from Old Dominion University with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.A photo produced by Heavy.com shows Craddock to be a Black man.The 11 city employees who were killed were identified as Tara Welch Gallagher, Mary Louise Gayle, Alexander Mikhail Gusev, Katherine A. Nixon, Ryan Keith Cox, Joshua A. Hardy and Michelle “Missy” Langer, all of Virginia Beach; Laquita C. Brown and Robert “Bobby” Williams, both of Chesapeake; and Richard H. Nettleton of Norfolk and Christopher Kelly Rapp of Powhatan. The 12th victim, Herbert “Bert” Snelling of Virginia Beach, was a contractor filling a permit.Craddock appeared to have had no felony record, which would have made him eligible to purchase guns.Joseph Scott, an engineering technician with the department of public works, said he had worked with Craddock before and had a brief interaction with him May 31. Scott said he saw him in the men’s restroom about five minutes before the shooting.“He was in there brushing his teeth, which he always did after he ate,” Scott said. “I said ‘Hey, how you doing? What are you doing this weekend?’ It was just a brief conversation.”Scott said he left for the day right after and learned of the shooting when a co-worker and then his son called him asking if he was OK.“I couldn’t believe that it happened,” he said.Scott said he worked in a different division from Craddock, whom he described as quiet, polite and a “nice guy.” Scott said he thought Craddock was in good standing at work and had never heard negative reports about him.Scott was among about 200 people who attended a Saturday prayer vigil for those killed. The crowd included city workers, community leaders and residents who just wanted to offer hugs and condolences. Many people openly sobbed or dabbed their eyes with tissues. Gov. Ralph Northam also attended.“We grieve with you,” Northam said. “We are all in this together.”Scott said he, his wife and several other people prayed for the shooter.“He was a human too, and his family is hurting too,” Scott said. “He’s not evil … he was just another guy who had problems.”Craddock’s neighbors said police swarmed the neighborhood of modest townhomes May 31 in Virginia Beach. Some said he had lived there for at least 10 years.Several neighbors said Craddock was a clean-cut member of the neighborhood association board whose wife had left him some years ago.___Associated Press writers Regina Garcia Cano, Michael Biesecker, Michael Balsamo and Eric Tucker in Washington, D.C.; Denise Lavoie and Michael Kunzelman in Virginia Beach, Virginia; and Jonathan Drew in Durham, North Carolina, contributed to this report.
Kolkata: A youth, who was suffering from cardiac and bronchial diseases, died due to his illness at the Sealdah railway station on Sunday.According to police sources, Maheswar Mondal, (32), a resident of Mandirbazar in South 24-Parganas, had visited many state-run hospitals in South 24-Parganas but his health problems were not properly detected. Moreover, he could not afford the treatment due to financial crisis. His 75-year-old mother Padma Mondal recently came to know about an ayurvedic doctor at Nasibpur in Hooghly. On Sunday, Padma along with one of her neighbours, took Maheswar to Nasibpur. While returning home Maheswar fell ill and started throwing up at the platform number 1 of the Sealdah Railway Station. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAfter a few minutes, Maheswar reportedly fell asleep on his mother’s lap. Some passengers also offered money to Padma thinking she was a beggar. Sealdah Government Railway Police (GRP) was informed. A doctor from the Eastern Railway arrived and declared Maheswar dead. On Monday, police arranged for a quick autopsy and made arrangement to sent Maheswar’s body home. Some of his neighbours received the body. The surgeon who conducted the autopsy said no foul play was detected in the case.
Larry David is completely nuts. Howie Mandel is completely nuts and terrified of human contact to the extent he makes his assistant wash his money before he’ll use it. Seriously.Clippers head coach Doc Rivers is friends with both of the peculiar comedians, and after a recent dinner, while waiting for the valet, became an extra in what could easily be a scene from the new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.Let’s just say, the NBA handshake culture is a scary enough prospect to make Howie Mandel huddle in a corner in paralyzing fear.Larry David is literally exactly the freakin’ same person, 24/7. That is tremendous.
Japan is working toward restoring Australian visitor numbers in 2012 after a fall in figures last year as a result of the earthquake and tsunami tragedies. Australian Consul-General of Japan Masahiro Kohara spoke to up to 130 delegates attending the Japan Snow & Adventure Seminar 2012 at the Four Points by Sheraton Sydney last night about the region’s plans to stimulate travel from down under. “The motivation for this expo is to provide the Australian market with up-to-date information and the confidence to sell Japan snow products,” he said. Japan National Tourist Organisation (JNTO) Viara Yanatchkova said Australian visitor numbers were on the rise with the first two months of this year recording growth in arrivals. “There was a 30 percent decrease in the number of Australian tourists in 2011 but with the help of last minute bookings, January and February 2012 saw an influx of 40,132 Australian visitors to Japan.” Ms Yanatchkova highlighted Japan’s accessibility as one of the key reasons Australians should visit. “There are no visa requirements for Australian visitors, the time difference is minimal so there’s little to no jet lag and Japan Airlines, Qantas and Jetstar all fly direct routes between Australia and Japan,” she said. The Qantas subsidiary is also making it easier to travel throughout Japan domestically, launching Jetstar Japan later this year. Speakers from various ski resorts across Japan made presentations at the Seminar, emphasising the quality of the product on offer and why it would be attractive to Australians. “Australians love a ski village, the lifestyle, the vibe. Over here, we have it,” a representative from the Niseko resort said. Scott Tovey from New Furano Prince Hotel said “consistency, affordability, interlinked resorts and uncrowded slopes” were just a few of the advantages of travelling to Japan for a snow or adventure holiday. The 2012 Seminar was held in Melbourne on 21 May at Rydges Melbourne Hotel. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T
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In the sub-continent, Agreeing with Kumar’s arguments, slogan is merely a legitimating device for pushing the interests of corporate capital, the article says For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: June 6 2014 9:03 pm Between January and May 31 of this year city police booked 7470 cases where vehicles were found to be using shrill horns and 2557 cases for using defective silencers Related News Bangalore city traffic police have decided to suspend the registration certificates (RC) of vehicles with shrill horns and defective silencers Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic and Security) B Dayananda said stringent action will be taken against vehicles found guilty of causing sound pollution Between January and May 31 of this year city police booked 7470 cases where vehicles were found to be using shrill horns and 2557 cases for using defective silencers Dayananda said that traffic police officers have been asked to report any such violations to the concerned Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) at the very first instance “To avoid confusion and accidents and also to reduce sound pollution we have taken this initiative” MN Baburajendra Prasad Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic East) said Traffic police said such cases will be booked under Section 53(1)(a) of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988 wherein the RC book can be seized by the police and then sent to the RTO for suspension Police also said that the rule will be extended to penalise people driving with bald tyres and emitting black smoke As of now Bangalore police largely let off these offenders after collecting a fine For all the latest Bangalore News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascharenhas | Pune | Published: December 19 2013 4:51 am Related News Treating haemophilia results in a significant out-of-pocket expenditure for Indian householdsa first of its kind study in the countryby University of Punes School of Health Sciences has found This study measured the out of pocket expenditure and found it to be a catastrophic one in nearly 68 per cent of households With little data on the burden of out-of-pocket expenditure by households from low income countriesthe study used 20 weeks of follow-up data of 24 patients families from the city and found that irrespective of economic groupstreating haemophilia could result in catastrophic expenditure Catastrophic expenditure would mean spending on haemophilia treatment in excess of 40 per cent of the households capacity to pay Dr Anita Karassociate professorInterdisciplinary School of Health SciencesUoP told Newsline The study found that families spent 15-12 per cent of their monthly income on haemophilia treatmentusing first aid to control bleedingrather than replacement therapy with clotting factor concentrate The sample size may be small but the findings are significantKar said Haemophilia is a genetic disorder that affects the bloods ability to clot While there is no cureit can be treated with injections of clotting factor medication However the injections cost between Rs 16-18 per unit and depending on the bleeding episodesthe cost can range up to Rs 3-4 lakh per yearDr Dr K GhoshPresident of the Haemophilia Federation of India and Director of the National Institute of ImmunohaemotologyKEM hospitalMumbai told Newsline The estimated monthly expenditure if all bleeding episodes occur over a year were to be treated would range from 21 to 314 times the monthly income of families Nearly 68 per cent of households would have experienced catastrophic expenditureKar said Estimating this expenditure is methodologically challenging in developing countries due to lack of completeness of hospital recordsas patients may not seek treatment due to affordability issuesKar said Patients families were observed for 20 weeks on bleeding episodes and expenditure incurred for each patient Data was used to estimate the costs that would be incurred if all bleeding episodes experienced over a year were to be treated Household expenditure was calculated from one year recall of expenditure on durable items (clothingbeddingfootwearfurniturejewellery and utensils) and one month recall of expenditure on non-durables (food itemsfuel and electricity)miscellaneous items and health care costs for other family members For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 28 2012 1:31 am Related News National spokesperson of BJP and Rajya Sabha MP Rajiv Pratap Rudy on Saturday stated that the attempt at a Cabinet reshuffle by the Congress-led central government was in vain It would fail to refurbish the image of the government He added that the government had lost the mandatewith even the allies leaving it Rudy said that the two things in favour of the PM was his credibility as an economist and his honesty Both have taken a beating in this tenure He promised a growth rate of 9 per centwhich is now 52 per cent Rudy further said there was monumental corruption with scams like 2GCommonwealth GamesAdarsh Society and Coalgate He said while for all other scams Congress put the blame on other peoplein Coalgate the allocation of the coal blocks was done by the PM under his signatures On the defensive over the allegations on BJP president Nitin GadkariRudy said that the party would stand by him He further said while no one in the Congress including Sonia GandhiRahul Gandhi or the Prime Minister had ever agreed to a probe when allegations were leveled against any of the membersGadkari had agreed for any investigation Talking about the elections in Himachal Pradesh and GujaratRudy said that the party would win elections in both the states He stated that the central government always discriminated against BJP-ruled state governments In Himachal Pradeshhe saidthe quota of rice and sugar distributed through the public distribution system was reduced to half The industrial package that was given to the state till 2014 was withdrawn in 2010 There is no big airportnor has the rail connectivity increased He added that while the HP government demanded Rs 150 crore for the national highwaysjust Rs 5 crore was provided Referring to Himachal PCC president Virbhadra SinghRudy said the person chosen to lead the Congress in the elections is the one who has numerous corruption charges against him He said the manifesto of the Congress is corruption Rudy said that the government is protecting the governments in the states that are doling out favours to the Gandhi family Naming Haryana and Rajasthanhe said the unpopular governments were being protected by Congress as they favoured Robert Vadrason-in-law of UPA chief Sonia Gandhi He added that the rationing of cylinders has legitimized black marketing Combined with the increase in fuel prices it would be sufficient to sink the government For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aditi Raja | Vadodara | Published: November 28 2013 6:21 am Related News Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has carefully positioned himself as a middle-class icon in a country where large sections of the population are concerned about the rising graph of corruption in social and political institutionsargued sociologists and political science experts at a three-day international seminarjointly organised by the Centre for Culture and Development (CCD)Vadodaraand the Indian Council for Social Science ResearchNew Delhiin Vadodara on Wednesday The Modi phenomenon is a deep expression of the politics of middle class Currentlyon one hand Modi is projecting himself cleverly through the well-orchestrated propaganda On the other handthe middle class sections find their ideal in him? Puniyani? 2015 1:53 pm Sonakshi Sinha took to micro-blogging website Twitter to announce the news.000-seat arena. and said video rivals could pay for the same treatment. "for accelerated development in the state also double engine (Modi govt at the Centre and the BJP govt in state) is needed".Pakistan had stabbed him in the back, mainly by selling off big-chunk assets and businesses.
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The IOA on Sunday(24th April) rushed to justify its decision to appoint Salman by stating that “the association is only a gesture and does not include any monetary consideration”. and I ended up falling. It is sad but strange that just after an Indian, read what she has to say The 28-year-old actress has lost oodles of weight in the recent past and is training under fitness trainer Abbas Ali.very keen to sell Lightning fighters to India, Tensions rise between North Korea and US The promotion was announced along with those for dozens of other top officials at a party meeting led by the leader on Saturday. Two patients developed pneumonia in the hospital, Related News Mantostaan movie cast: Raghuvir Yadav, For all the latest Chandigarh News, Dawn newspaper reported.
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One. but we are hopeful that it will work. download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Sunday visited the residence of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti to offer condolences on the demise of her father and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.