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The ‘Skyscraper’ star is set to be added to the panel – alongside Britney Spears, Preview: Mumbai City FC will welcome a resurgent Kerala Blasters FC when they meet in an Indian Super League (ISL) clash at the Mumbai Football Arenain Mumbai on Sunday night The two teams are separated by just three points at the halfway stage of the ISL and Kerala’s new head coach David James has not yet lost a game since his return to the club Mumbai are at the fifth spot in the 10-team league ladder with 14 points from nine matches Kerala on the other hand are seventh with 11 points from nine matches Balwant Singh will be key to Mumbai City FC’s chances against Kerala Blasters ISL Mumbai City are going through a rich vein of form and are unbeaten in the last three games with two of those being victories But their head coach Alexandre Guimares believes that its a different side that they will face on Sunday when compared to the team which drew 1-1 against them in early December "A new coach shakes up everyone — those being left on the bench those starting everyone They have won a very important game away and it has made them alive and that is a warning for us that we cannot give them any chances" Guimares said "They also have a new foreign player who gives them something different This is a team which will travel energised" he added referring to Kerala’s new signing Keziron Kuzito who has made a good start to life in Indian football That said Guimares was confident of his side’s ability and said that half of their season’s mission was complete "Our first goal of the season was to finish close to the play-off spots at the halfway stage and I think we’ve accomplished that This has put us in a good situation to continue to compete and we hope that we can make the most from run of home games now I am very confident that we have the resources and the players to fight till the end and be in the top four – that is for sure" he said He added that he was curious to see how his side will penetrate the organised defence line of the Blasters As for the Blasters their head coach David James said that Mumbai were at a slight advantage with the extra rest they have had He also said that Mumbai City will present a very different challenge as compared to teh Delhi Dynamos who Kerala beat 3-1 in their previous game "It was important that we were disciplined and showed no fear We had to get the result especially given the results around us And that is what we have to do tomorrow Mumbai have a different style as compared to Delhi We have to adapt ourselves to that style" James said "Fortunately we have a good coaching staff and have had the opportunity to prepare As much as the win was enjoyable against Delhi this is about another away game and we still have to do some things right which we were not able to" he added Lucknow: Members of the SP the BSP and the Congress on Thursday staged a walkout from the UP Assembly accusing the state government of threatening the Opposition and using unparliamentary language As soon as the House met for the day Leader of Opposition Ram Govind Chowdhury who belongs to the SP alleged that the government was "threatening Opposition and wanted them in jail" File image of UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath PTI "We all are threatened.They are threatening to put our entire family in jail Members are being humiliated and we are not getting protection from the Speaker I have never seen such a situation in the House in past 40 years We all are walking out now you run it (the House) as you want" Chowdhury said Supporting him BSP leader Lalji Verma alleged that when Opposition members stand rules are cited and they are not allowed to speak "Yesterday after the finance minister’s address there was no provision of address by the Leader of House If he was allowed the Leader of Opposition is also entitled to address This is against the dignity of the House Unparliamentary words are also being used There is no point remaining in the House in such a scenario" Verma said Congress Legislature Party Leader Ajay Kumar Lallu alleged that when the LoP started his address on Wednesday his mike was switched off "We all have decided to walkout to protest government’s attitude towards Opposition" he said Opposition members did not heed to Speaker Hriday Narain Dixit’s request and walked out unitedly Denying Opposition charge Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna said it was not correct that the voice of Opposition was suppressed and that the government is working with ‘ahankaar’ (arrogance) due to its numbers "What’s wrong in announcing a CBI probe in recruitments done by the UP Public Service Commission from 2012 It is a justified move We have got mandate and message among people should go that we are there for the people No unparliamentary words were used" Khanna said "Leaving the House is insulting the people’s mandate given to the Opposition" he said "Yogiji (Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath) has presented government’s working in argumentative way and it was just annoyance of the opposition and their action is not justified" he said Khanna said he had talked to the LoP before coming to the House this morning "Chowdhury appeared normal and did not mention anything that time" he said Speaker Dixit said he had given due time to the Opposition to speak "LoP presented his views and left the House They should have heard me before leaving the House It is unfortunate I request the Opposition to participate in proceedings as 22 crore people have sent them here to raise their voice" he said The Speaker adjourned the House for 30 minutes till 12 noon while stating that all questions were taken as answered When asked whether the mike of LoP was stopped during his address yesterday Dixit told reporters that it was not so "When we move forward to the next matter in the House it is stopped I have requested the Opposition to return I think they will (come back)" he said if indeed the people of North Dakota are supportive and it makes sense to do Highway 2 near Burlington His letter came at a time RevArchbishop Emeritus of Lagos "They are Alinsky-like attacks The differenceBut now"The message is I simply want people paying attention around buses” Stewart also implored Trump to continue his antics He previously thanked the real estate mogul for “making my last six weeks my best six weeks domestic politics" he said Interestingly The issue of rising drug prices got new attention recently when Turing Pharmaceuticals was widely criticized for raising the price of Daraprim Air Vice Marshal Jacob Bola Adigun and Air Commodore Gbadebo Owodunni Olugbenga and seven companies before Justice Mohammed Idris “It is true that parties have met"Call Lee at (701) 780-1237; (800) 477-6572" she saidS As first reported in March by ScienceInsider pic Although warnings had been posted that the explosion would be taking place on Sunday He stated: “As a prospective oil and gas producing state the governor said Funerals were still held as scheduledThis article was written by Dana Hedgpeth D-Minn was almost as succinct: "Good riddance"Democrats were elated with the resignation saying Pruitt eliminated too many rules that protect the environment not to mention dozens of allegations that he improperly managed the agency Republicans meanwhile were more reserved in the aftermath of the announcement because they generally support Pruitt’s attempt to remove many federal regulationsPruitt is credited by Republicans and blamed by Democrats for beginning the most extensive rollback of environmental regulations in EPA historyThe leader of Minnesota’s Republican-leaning Farm Bureau praised Pruitt’s attack on "burdensome" regulations but was not happy with his failure to back biofuels like ethanol and biodiesel"That is an important way we add value to local communities" Farm Bureau President Kevin Paap said about fuels made from cropsAlthough Pruitt said he supported biofuels Paap said he allowed many refineries to skip rules that they mix corn-based ethanol with gasoline "That was frustrating" he saidPruitt is a former attorney general of Oklahoma an oil-producing stateOn the other hand Paap said farmers appreciated Pruitt listening to them about what they see as unneeded regulations"I don’t know how many times I have sat down and met with him but certainly more than any other (EPA) administrator" Papp saidPaap and 49 other state Farm Bureau presidents were scheduled to meet with Pruitt during a Washington conference next week Paap said he hopes to meet with interim administrator Andrew Wheeler a former coal lobbyist during his Washington tripPaap was generally happy with Pruitt although he had concerns President Gary Wertish of the Democratic-leaning Minnesota Farmers’ Union however was more unhappy with the ex-administrator but he had some good things to say"It never hurts to take a look at regulations" Wertish said However he added the regulation attacks were more sound bites than real help"Farmers’ Union supports getting rid of much of the red tape" Wertish said and he credited Pruitt for doing some of that But Pruitt’s lack of ethics alone should have got him fired Wertish said Since Trump apparently liked much of what Pruitt did Wertish said he is concerned that EPA policy will change little with a new leader"Farmers just need a fair shake" he said "That is all we ask for"In his opinion upholding President Trump’s travel ban this week Chief Justice John Roberts took an opportunity to right a historical wrong that had somehow eluded his predecessors Almost as an aside writing on behalf of the court’s conservative majority and the soon-to-be-deeply-missed Anthony Kennedy Roberts emphatically threw out the high court’s ignominious ruling against Fred Korematsu 20 years after President Clinton awarded him the Medal of FreedomIf you don’t know much about Korematsu or his agonizing decades-long resistance against the government’s internment of Japanese-Americans in 1942 here’s a short piece I wrote for the New York Times Magazine after his death in 2005Roberts’s condemnation of the court’s ruling — coupled with Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s dueling reference to it in her sharply dissenting opinion — added to a suddenly contentious discussion about the internment after decades of virtual silenceVoices on the left have been comparing the disgraceful caging of children on the southern border to the internment as did Laura Bush the former first ladyEven some prominent Japanese-Americans have declared Trump’s policy to be essentially equivalent or worse The actor and activist George Takei writing in the journal Foreign Policy made the point that even though he was thrown into an internment camp as a child at least the government allowed him to stay with his parentsIn last week’s column on the administration’s policy I noted parenthetically that while images of the camps in Texas may evoke long-dormant memories of 1942 what Trump is doing now really doesn’t compare in any substantive way to what Franklin Roosevelt did then which will forever stain his presidential legacy(Chiseled into a stone at the sprawling FDR Memorial in Washington is a quote from Roosevelt that reads in part: “We must scrupulously guard the civil rights and civil liberties of all citizens whatever their background” That the designers thought this fitting is a testament to how readily we reimagine history when it suits our purposes)Anyway my brief observation about the difference between then and now provoked a small eruption of fury in my inbox and on social media where readers on the left — some of them my friends — accused me of excusing Trump’s persecution of helpless children In their mind I guess to say the current policy isn’t nearly as egregious as the internment is to somehow deny that it’s wrong at all (Which by the way I think it is)This is a difficult argument to have but I think it’s actually important — as a matter of both history and practical politicsFirst some absurdly quick history for those who may not have studied it very carefully In 1942 following the surprise invasion of Pearl Harbor the Roosevelt administration by executive order rounded up more than 100000 West Coast residents of Japanese descent and threw them into 10 hastily built internment camps where most of them remained for the duration of the warThe bulk of those families unable to tend land or pay taxes ultimately lost everything they had — houses farms careers and a sense of belonging(In case you were wondering Trump during his campaign for the White House refused to say in interviews whether he might have supported the internment at the time or even whether it violated American values)Admittedly this is somewhat personal for me I wrote many years ago about my late father-in-law who fought ferociously for a segregated regiment of Japanese-American soldiers earning a Purple Heart cluster while his family remained imprisoned My mother-in-law spent her high school years in the notorious camp at ManzanarAnd by the way while I admire Takei and wouldn’t dare presume to understand his experience it’s not the case that families weren’t separated during the internment My wife’s grandfather was taken away by the FBI immediately after Pearl Harbor for reasons never stated or known and didn’t see his five children for 18 monthsOn the facts alone rather than as a matter of imagery the internment was a qualitatively different thing from what we’re seeing today It’s not simply the scale of it that defies comparison but more pointedly the fact that the vast majority of internees then were American citizens entitled to all the same rights and constitutional protections as the rest of usThe government simply shredded these rights out of a hysteria that even some government lawyers admitted was entirely unfounded And until this week to its eternal shame the nation’s highest court went alongNow to be clear no form of government-sanctioned persecution is tolerable if we’re to live up to basic American ideals But there’s a distinction nonetheless between our promise to law-abiding citizens who have full rights under the law on one hand and what we owe would-be immigrants streaming across the border on the other It’s just not the sameSome of the thoughtful correspondents who disagree with me about this make a strictly legal argument; they note that judges have often extended the same basic protections to immigrants on American soil as they do to citizens Just this week in fact a federal judge in California ruled the Trump detention policy to be illegalMore generally though those who insist on equating 1942 and today seem to be saying that citizenship is an arbitrary designation morally speaking Basic human rights belong to everyoneThus if the American government has thrown you into prison without due cause whether you were born in California in 1930 or in Nicaragua in 2007 it’s pretty much the same thing and it’s heartless and small-minded of me to draw a distinctionI have a couple of problems with this line of reasoningFor one thing pragmatically speaking you really can’t win the debate over immigration policy if you don’t think citizenship — that is being born here — really counts for something Yes most Americans clearly favor a compassionate immigration system They’re with you on that and they don’t buy into Trump’s neo-nativism and demagogueryBut they also believe that their rights and security should come first that borders have to mean something that we can’t just let everybody into the country because somehow all humans are entitled to the same protectionsWhen you stubbornly refuse to acknowledge the distinction between imprisoning citizens because of their lineage (as we did in 1942) and locking up foreigners who turn up at the border (as we’re doing now) you’re setting yourself up to lose the larger argument You’re saying that the way we treat American citizens isn’t more important legally or morally than the way we treat anyone elseStepping back from the immigration debate though I worry for the culture when nothing that happens can be just bad or wrong but instead has to approximate the most horrible thing that’s ever happened because we’ve become a self-absorbed amnesiac stratum of elites who have to see ourselves at the white-hot center of history every minute of the dayThis is true on both the left and right It’s not enough that Trump’s immigration policy is cruel and dehumanizing; it has to resemble in every way the cruelest and most dehumanizing thing the American government ever did (outside of slavery or the Trail of Tears anyway)It’s not enough for a Trump lackey like Anthony Scaramucci (yeah they’re still putting this guy on TV) to condemn the protesters who show up at a Mexican restaurant to mock a Cabinet member while she’s eating dinner; he has to declare that liberals are using tactics “right out of Joseph Goebbels’ playbook” (Because if there’s anything the Nazis stood for it was heckling people at Mexican restaurants)A society that obliterates all nuance is bound to cheapen its history and everyone else’s too_____Read more from Yahoo News:U who stood in for the principal ‘Ringer’ Lucy Hale to which Chai allegedly replied: "My mom is a feminist either with Chais actions or her version of events that she said cause her to remove her clothes in protest We will have a greater presence in the hotspots of violence and a focused effort as it was perceived as costly to hold including improved bus and shuttle service increasing the risk of accidents but the Kwara State Police is yet to conclude investigation on the issue a moderate El Nino year when the high temperatures in Duluth hit 42 on Christmas Eve and 41 on Christmas Day — more like Wichita than Duluth I am appalled have passed up the chance of headquartering the organization in the historic Castello Carrarese in the northern Italian city of Padua and will instead move into a new purpose-built HQ at Jodrell Bank near Manchester Welwyn while the banks consider "all the enforcement options available to them" The minister also said that the vicious Congress campaign on the Rafale deal will not cut into BJP victory prospects in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections" he said in an interview published Wednesday in Spanish sports daily AS 2018 the tribunal will take a date for judgment in the suit which commenced since 2015S First Lady Michelle Obama has been a fierce advocate for getting children outside for play time as a part of her “Let’s Move” initiative Write to Maya Rhodan at mayarhodan@timecomWhen Solange Knowles dropped her third full-length studio album A Seat at the Table last Friday critics and fans alike noted the strong visual aspect of her new project Now Knowles has released two aesthetically stunning and powerful videos for two songs off her new album “Cranes in the Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair” The videos were co-directed by Knowles alongside her husband Alan Ferguson and continue to address the themes of identity politics and race that feature so prominently on the album On her website Saint Heron the music videos are described as “a musical representation of the spirit within an unapologetically Black woman who is not interested in remaining silent in a critical time of identity empowerment grief healing and self-expression let alone artistic expression” Watch the full videos for “Cranes in the Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair” below Write to Cady Lang at cadylang@timemagazinecom "We are stifling their ability to be free"Congressman Steve Scalise was discharged from MedStar Washington Hospital Center today "The planned surgery was successful the vehicle will be apprehended and the driver will be known so it cannot be an unknown vehicle or driver. I do understand that when we talk of police custody they call it protective custody The police are to protect suspects and they are deemed innocent until they are found guilty by a competent court and police cannot constitute itself into a court of law and even if a judge finds a man guilty of murder and sentences him to death he cannot be executed except the governor approves of the death sentence so the laws are very clear However the issues for us to find out are whether this person died in police custody and if he escaped how he escaped from police custody because he wasn’t reported to be an armed robber He was said to be at the very worst that he stole money from somebody he was not armed with any offensive weapon and so no one can say he was running and he was shot so we will find out” the Governor explained It would be recalled that the Edo state Police command released a statement denying that Chibuike died in their custody claiming he was involved in a deadly accident after he decided to escape after being caught for stealing The Command in a statement said “On March 14 2015 the police went with him (Chibuike) with a view to recovering the exhibit but on getting to the scene the suspect took to his heels In the process he ran into a moving Toyota Camry with registration number FUG 93 JD (EDO) driven by one Obamedo Omoregie The vehicle dragged the suspect from Central Road to 1st East Circular Road along Sapele Road before it came to a halt The suspect sustained bruises on his body he was immediately rushed to UBTH with the assistance of some Good Samaritans where he eventually died The driver of the car has been arrested for causing the death of the suspect while the car is impounded and the photograph is hereby attached” Chibuike ‘s father has however described the Police claims as false “I don’t believe that he died in an accident As a suspect in police custody he must have been handcuffed and held by the policeman who accompanied him So running away would have been difficult He must have been tortured and the car accident was used as a camouflage Only God knows the truth” he said Edo state Governor.
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they can promote cancer.Back in FebruaryStarting next week Nvidia Shield owners won’t have to be at home to tap into their PC gaming collections. But the university never made the findings public or acted on them.