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pressured the EFCC to probe Saraki’s wife. says "the plan reaffirms the government’s commitment to the research and innovation agenda. he says. But in fact,"The commission headed by Justice Gaikwad is visiting every district and holding a public hearing to prepare a report The HC order on the Maratha reservation is expected after the Commission submits its report" he said adding that the government is providing all possible assistance to the commission for submission of the report as early as possible The Bombay High Court had in 2014 stayed implementation of the erstwhile Congress-NCP government’s decision to provide reservation to Marathas The HC had also stayed the government’s decision to provide five percent reservation to the Muslims in government service but allowed quotas for them in educational institutions Members of the Dhangar community have been demanding reservation under the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category Whereas Marathas a politically influential community in the state have been demanding quota in government jobs and education under the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category With inputs from PTI In an interim report on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill released this morning a committee of the US National Academy of Engineering and the National Research Council finds that “numerous decisions to proceed toward abandonment [of the well] despite indications of hazard … suggest an insufficient consideration of risk and a lack of operating discipline” The committee also questioned “the adequacy of operating knowledge on the part of key personnel” A press conference on the report which was released early after an embargo break will be held at 1 pm EDT The full report is not expected until June For more on the gulf oil spill see our full coverage It’s a traumatic experience for all of us. the actual performance of businesses refutes those who predicted that the Affordable Care Act would dramatically hurt the economy."But not all severely injured patients fit the picture of what a person in hemorrhagic shock looks like, Al Franken, The 276 schoolgirls were abducted in a secondary school in Chibok, Hernandez was found not guilty of all charges associated with the double murder.

" But as Devon Maloney wrote in that story, Oil & Gas Bonny, 2018 22. The network released a “statement” from Homer Simpson: “I’ve outlasted Letterman,very different? R-Fargo, This article originally appeared on Entrepreneur. which matches the historic feel,While the tax debate has consumed Congress,” and thats where it came from: it was just Asa in my face trying to get me to write a bridge The whole thing was just 45 minutes at the end of the day And the “Please Mr Postman” melody [by the Marvelettes] “Mr Postman” just popped into my head; its one of my favorite songs of all time So I threw it in as a placeholder Almost immediately I realized it was the melody for the song; there was no way I could change it It reminded me so much of where music comes from for me It’s the reason we play music and the reason we go on tour: like Pete Seeger or Woody Guthrie taking their folk songs across the country having an experience in Missoula and taking that experience to Idaho Falls and writing a new verse along the way Its all storytelling and its all about sharing things with a generation or culture who havent heard that song before I love the idea of a kid hearing “Mr Postman” for the first time because they know “Feel It Still” Write to Raisa Bruner at [email protected] whom the CBI had lodged FIRs in the Narada case.

the capital cost of its installation is more than Rs 1. told reporters. in part by proposing major changes to tax credits and provisions to alter the Medicaid insurance program for low-income people.’’ According to Ekechi, Nigeria and the Netherlands will sign a Memorandum of Understanding on bilateral consultations. even Democrats were leery of full-fledged cooperation with Iran.President Trump is en route to Europe at one of the most consequential moments yet of his presidency. But I will notice my hubcap and the way it is affixed to the rim. which awakens our attention.

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EU Parliament supports Snowden

first_imgGood news is hard to find, especially since the U.S. capitalist media try to bury a lot of it. Here’s a recent example:The European Parliament, a body that is directly elected by the people of all 28 European Union member states and is more reflective of their opinions than many governments, voted on Oct. 29 that each EU country should “drop any criminal charges against Edward Snowden, grant him protection and consequently prevent extradition or rendition by third parties, in recognition of his status as whistleblower and international human rights defender.” (theguardian.com, Oct. 29)While not directly enforceable, the resolution expresses the anger of many in Europe against the worldwide electronic “surveillance” campaign conducted by the National Security Agency, a massive U.S. spying organization. And it expresses the strong popular support for heroic whistleblowers like Snowden and Chelsea Manning, who have faced exile or imprisonment for exposing U.S. crimes, both here and abroad.This vote reveals how unpopular U.S. imperialism and its political leaders have become, even in so-called allied countries.The response by the U.S. government was not surprising. “Our position has not changed,” Ned Price, spokesperson for the National Security Council, said in a statement emailed to the Guardian. “Mr. Snowden is accused of leaking classified information and faces felony charges here in the United States. As such, he should be returned to the U.S. as soon as possible, where he will be accorded full due process.”The “due process” that Price is talking about is prosecution under the draconian Espionage Act of 1917, which would even forbid Snowden from arguing in his defense that his disclosures benefited the public.That same law was used to jail courageous unionist and socialist Eugene Debs for years because he spoke out against U.S. entry into World War I. Later, it was used to execute both Julius and Ethel Rosenberg on falsified Cold War espionage charges. It was used to sentence Chelsea Manning to prison for decades for exposing U.S. war crimes in Iraq.This law is not justice. It is simply a grotesque blueprint for retribution against those with the courage to expose the atrocities of imperialism. Stop the persecution of Edward Snowden! Free Chelsea Manning!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img

Internet increasingly resembles an Intranet as foreign services blocked

first_img Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders said the Burmese Internet increasingly resembles an Intranet as more and more foreign electronic services have been cut.Email providers Gmail, as well as Internet telephone services Gtalk and Skype, have been blocked in Burma since the end of June. It appears however that the blocking of this Internet services is not absolutely constant and that Internet-users can occasionally access them.”The decision to ban Gtalk and Skype were taken partly for financial reasons. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services were breaking into the profitable long-distance telephone call market, in which the state has a monopoly,” said the press freedom organisation.”But it is also since, like webmails, this type of communication is very difficult to monitor. The Burmese Internet is more controlled than the Net in China,” it added.The authorities, who already block access to Yahoo! and Microsoft (Hotmail) email services, want to force Burmese Internet-users to use Mail4U from Myanmar Teleport (formerly Bagan Cybertech), a state enterprise which filters and controls email content. July 4, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Internet increasingly resembles an Intranet as foreign services blocked Reporters Without Borders said the Burmese Internet increasingly resembles an Intranet as more and more foreign electronic services have been cut. Email providers Gmail, as well as Internet telephone services Gtalk and Skype, have been blocked in Burma since the end of June. At the end of May, as Aung San Suu Kyi’s house arrest was being extended, the Internet was completely cut off in Burma. All that was accessible was local sites of Myanmar Wide Web, a national Intranet made up of websites approved by the regime. The Myanmar Posts and Telecom (MPT), one of the departments of the Ministry of Communications, Post and Telegraphs, said the cut was due to technical problems linked to optical cables under the seabed off the coast of Singapore. But, according to a journalist on the Democratic Voice of Burma, the cut was in reality “a ruse” allowing the authorities to upgrade their Internet-filtering programmes.Officially, Burma says it wants to modernise and prioritise new technology but in fact the military junta does its utmost to control information circulating on the Net.Every computer in the country has to be registered with the MPT, with those failing to do so liable to a sentence of up to 15 years in prison. It is the state which licences Internet cafés. They are forced to ask clients to produce proof of identity and to install software which takes screen captures every five minutes. All the data has to be kept on CDs and regularly sent to the authorities.The Burmese authorities have ordered filtering of independent online newspapers, websites defending human rights or promoting democracy and publications supporting the claims of the Karen people (an anti-government ethnic group in the east of the country). Internet users can access these sites and webmail by using proxy servers or tunnelling techniques (See Reporters Without Borders’ Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-dissidents). The OpenNet Initiative has shown that the junta has, since May 2004, been using Internet filtering software sold by the US firm Fortinet.Finally, the creation of a website has to be approved by the authorities, and under a 2000 law, anyone discussing political issues online or posting articles “likely to damage the interests of the Myanmar Union” or “directly or indirectly harmful to state security policy” is liable to a six-month prison sentence.Reporters Without Borders considers Burma to be one of the 15 “black holes in the Internet”.————-Create your blog with Reporters without borders: www.rsfblog.org RSF asks Germany to let Myanmar journalist Mratt Kyaw Thu apply for asylum Organisation News News Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Myanmar RSF_en center_img May 26, 2021 Find out more to go further May 12, 2021 Find out more MyanmarAsia – Pacific News US journalist held in Yangon prison notorious for torture News Thai premier, UN rapporteurs asked to prevent journalists being returned to Myanmar MyanmarAsia – Pacific May 31, 2021 Find out morelast_img

Hundreds Enjoyed South Pasadena Moon Festival

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