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they were ambushed in three locations,I wonder if we will get new payments, its famous root beer is simply called RB on its menu and hot dogs are coneys and franks, For all the latest Mumbai News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Agence France Presse | Mackay | Published: February 22, Despite the destruction, Two hundred of the 500 megawatt power will be used in Maharashtra.

His bail set at USD 2 million was revoked because of “possible flight risk, “Since the film features lord Krishna in a prominent role, Crowd performance worse than that of the players. ? The MCD has already rehabilitated the tongawallahs who used to operate from Moti Nagar in West Delhi and near Kashmere Gate by offering them proper tehbazari sites in the neighbouring areas.was ready to kick-start the celebrations at half-time itself when the Netherlands was leading 1-0. The commission has rightly privileged tax devolution as the channel for transfers and jettisoned the artificial and arbitrary distinctions between “plan” and “non-plan” spending. “Today’s match has been played by the service umpire and the chair umpire… well done guys ?????? #DenmarkOpen they just made me mentally down” Sikki wrote on her twitter handle “Whatever rules they make there is of no use… there should be review system in the services that will be the best for the players” she tweeted For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington:In a bid to stay relevant long shot Indian-American Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal attacked President Barack Obama and frontrunner Donald Trump alike and gave a call to get rid of his own Republican party Republican presidential aspirants Donald Trump and Bobby Jindal Reuters ""It is time to get rid of the Republican party" he said participating in the "happy hour" debate Wednesday of four low polling Republican presidential hopefuls ahead of the main debate of the top 11 at Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley California Accusing the Congressional Republicans of failing to stop the nuclear deal with Iran and throwing in the towel on defunding Planned Parenthood a non profit providing reproductive health services the Louisiana governor said "The only group he’s (Obama) able to out negotiate are the Senate Republicans" But the Louisiana governor who has been attacking Trump for days to get media attention opened the debate by defending his attacks on the party front-runner Standing on the stage with the Air Force one plane used by President Ronald Reagan as the backdrop Jindal said he hasn’t violated Reagan’s unwritten commandment not to attack fellow Republicans because the real estate mogul doesn’t back Republican values "I’m in compliance with the 11th commandment and I would tell my fellow Republicans let’s stop treating Donald Trump like a Republican" he said With him on stage were former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum former New York governor George Pataki and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham make their case to Republican voters who have all been polling no more than one or two percent Painting himself as "a doer not a talker" Jindal said he has "the backbone" and "the bandwith" to be president Attacked by his rivals for his earlier stand favouring a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants Jindal denied he favoured "amnesty" for them He then launched on his familiar refrain of "immigration without assimilation is invasion" and that all immigrants should look at themselves as Americans and not Indian-Americans or Asian Americans Vowing to be tougher on Russian President Vladimir Putin he said "Dictators walk all over this president" He also called Obama a "socialist" Jindal also proposed a "litmus test" for justices – they have to be conservative He criticized Graham and Santorum for their votes to confirm Chief Justice John Roberts who split with the conservatives in health care cases On the issue of Syrian refugees Jindal said the US should not take in more Syrian refugees calling it only a band aid on a big problem According to Google search results Jindal and Graham easily dominated Google searches over the course of the second tier debate To what extent it would help their poll numbers is yet to be seen A standout performance during the first presidential debate last month gave a significant boost to former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and helped her move to the main debate IANS OXNARD Calif (Reuters) – A Los Angeles-bound commuter train slammed into a produce truck apparently stuck on the tracks in a Southern California city before dawn on Tuesday injuring 50 people in a fiery crash some of them critically The truck driver who was not hurt left the scene of the destruction in Oxnard on foot and was found walking and disoriented one or two miles away Assistant Police Chief Jason Benitez said Benitez said the 54-year-old driver from Arizona was not arrested but investigators were trying to determine if there was any criminal wrongdoing in the 5:45 am PST (8:45 am EST) wreck which overturned three double-decker Metrolink rail cars Two others derailed but remained upright While no-one was killed the force of the impact ripped the truck apart and left burned-out chunks and twisted wreckage still smouldering hours later Benitez said it appeared that the truck driver had taken a wrong turn in the pre-dawn darkness and ended up on the tracks where the rig became stuck as the train approached at 79 miles per hour But in a move that may have helped avert a more catastrophic accident the train used an emergency braking system moments before impact and the rail cars had safety features that helped absorb the energy of the crash Metrolink spokesman Jeff Lustgarten said "I think we can safely say that the technology worked It definitely minimized the impact It would have been a very serious collision it would have been much worse without it” Lustgarten said The crash came three weeks after a Metro-North commuter train struck a car at a crossing outside New York City and derailed in a fiery accident that killed six people TRAIN OPERATOR CRITICAL Ventura County Emergency Medical Services administrator Steve Carroll said 50 people were hurt in the Oxnard incident 28 of whom were transported to hospitals Among the most seriously injured was the train’s operator who was in critical condition in the intensive care unit at Ventura County Medical Center hospital spokeswoman Sheila Murphy said The operator who has not been publicly identified suffered extensive chest injuries affecting his heart and lungs but was able to communicate with doctors Murphy said National Transportation Safety Board Member Robert Sumwalt said investigators would examine the train’s recorders and seek to determine if crossing arms and bells were functioning properly "We are concerned with grade crossing accidents We intend to use this accident and others to learn from it so that we can keep it from happening again" Sumwalt said The incident took place where the Metrolink tracks cross busy Rice Avenue in Oxnard a street used by a steady stream of big rigs and farm trucks and lined with warehouses and farmland "It is a very dangerous crossing" said Rafael Lemus who works down the street from the crash site "The lights come on too late before the trains come It is not safe" A Ventura County Medical Center spokeswoman said the hospital had received nine victims three of whom were listed in critical condition Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center received six patients with minor injuries such as back leg or shoulder pain said spokeswoman Kris Carraway St John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital in nearby Camarillo was treating two patients for minor injuries a spokeswoman said The wreck triggered major delays to Metrolink lines across Ventura County forcing commuters onto buses Oxnard is an affluent coastal city of some 200000 about 45 miles northwest of Los Angeles In 2008 a crowded Metrolink commuter train ploughed into a Union Pacific locomotive in Chatsworth California killing 25 people and injuring 135 in an accident officials blamed on the commuter train engineer’s failure to stop at a red light In 2005 a Metrolink train struck a sport utility vehicle parked on the tracks in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale killing 11 people and injuring 180 (Reporting by Michael Fleeman in Oxnard Laila Kearney Barbara Goldberg and James Dalgleish in New York Rory Carroll in San Francisco Eric Johnson in Seattle and Eric Kelsey and Dan Whitcomb in Los Angeles; Writing by Dan Whitcomb; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe Bill Trott and James Dalgleish) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Written by Shailaja Bajpai | Updated: March 10 2016 12:02 am NUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar at the JNU campus in New Delhi (PTI Photo) Related News Breaking news: It’s been open warfare out there between news channels No not just the fight for viewers’ eyeballs or the competition for the advertisers’ money bags but the battle over Kanhaiya and the mysterious affair of the tampered videos In turn this has led to a deeper conflict over who represents the nation who endangers the nation and who will save it from “anti-national desh drohis” including those on rival news channels Of course news anchors are far too polite (huh) to call each other names or even name each other So there have been veiled references (samjhane wale samajh hi jayenge) to those who wear a “suit” and drown out other people’s voices with their own rhetoric Both Ravish Kumar and Barkha Dutt (NDTV) have criticised this approach to the news — Dutt was recently at The Telegraph conclave in Kolkata where Anupam Kher went “viral” or so India TV admiringly told us with a stirring defence of PM Modi and an insulting attack on Justice Ashok Ganguly In the spirit of solidarity we won’t call people names either The two news anchors on Times Now and Zee News — channels which allegedly aired the doctored tapes of JNU’s Kanhaiya making allegedly seditious remarks — who appear before you at 9 pm every weekday took offence at the attacks and hit back The former by a blitzkrieg of promos on Times Now that claimed the channel was the leader on news and on Twitter And all this time we thought it was Narendra Modi Zee News has been even more outspoken if that be possible It finds and then airs a new Kanhaiya “video” each day as proof of the JNUSU president’s unpatriotic ways; it airs videos of youth shouting ostensibly pro-Kashmir slogans (Monday) and warns that our enemies will use such videos against India at the UN () It has also begun a campaign #WakeUpIndia to alert all patriots against “rashtra virodhi” forces which are “growing in strength” Zee Media chairman Subhash Chandra Goel went on air especially to issue this warning and concluded by praising Anupam Kher for “speaking from the heart” The news anchor meanwhile decried “Afzal premis” and exhorted the public to “speak up don’t remain silent” He also accused ABP News of refusing to share the Kher speech but the actor had given them the green signal so there ABP eat your heart out Speaking of the heart if Kher is praised for speaking from his heart “dil ki awaaz” as CBFC member Ashok Pandit put it why are JNU students criticised for doing the same As they say in Hindi films “Yeh kahan ka insaaf” Kanhaiya has made a lot of people hot under the collar and there are many flushed faces on TV these days as they battle it out among themselves Unprecedented Unbecoming Perhaps they should all watch and learn from Megyn Kelly of Fox News on how to respond to an attack coolly and clinically She had been mauled by Donald Trump in an earlier Republican candidates’ debate on the American news channel Last week she was all icy sang froid as she flushed Trump down the er toilet She did so by rolling out facts about his Trump University and replaying his own words to him (no they were not doctored) which conclusively showed how often he contradicted himself on different issues Is this telling it like it is she asked him softly All he could do was to meekly admit he had changed his mind He was also caught out on his boasts about tax cuts that would reduce the federal deficit with the figures clearly showing otherwise For once he was silenced none of his below the belt witticisms able to rescue him from his own mistakes Ah for a newshour debate that marshals facts [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: February 4 2017 7:43 pm The 38-year-old actress who last big screen outing was 2015 film Alone took a break from films after getting married to TV actor Karan Singh Grover last year Top News Bipasha Basu is planning to try her hands on the small screen and the actress says rather than picking up a fiction project she would like to go for a reality TV show The 38-year-old actress who last big screen outing was 2015 film Alone took a break from films after getting married to TV actor Karan Singh Grover last year “The fiction is improving but very slowly we are still catering to a very different kind of audience The mindsets are changing Yes I am open to television but mostly I would think of reality at this point in time I won’t get into fiction right now” said Bipasha who walked the ramp for designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock at the Lakme Fashion Week The actress said she is also planning to return to films and would like to do a comedy project “I will be back on the big screen soon Now that marriage is done the honeymoon is done I would like to do a comedy film” The actress walked the ramp wearing a silver encrusted shimmery gown from the collection and says it was her husband Karan who chose the outfit for her I was sent two outfits by the designers and Karan chose this He said that I was looking like a queen in this gown “Karan generally does that It is nice and easy for me He helps me then make my mind fast” she said The designer duo’s collection was called The Rebel and was aimed at women who are daring and only desire masterpieces in their wardrobe and was ideal for those Oscar nights in Hollywood or award events in the world of Bollywood For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News Hindu Council UK held a number of meetings with UK’s central bank to explain that as Hindus? download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by RituSharma | Chandigarh | Published: October 30.

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