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Karnataka ex-cm Dharam Singh passes away


He is survived by his wife and two sons, one of whom, Ajay Singh, is a sitting Congress MLA. He was an Indian politician and 17th Chief Minister of Karnataka from 2004 to 2006. The state government has announced three days state mourning as a mark of respect to the veteran leader. Singh was considered close to senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge. Read More »

GlaxoSmithKline boss Walmsley unveils restructuring plan; earnings downgrade hits shares


She also plans to offload 130 non-core brands and possibly sell off the unit that works on treatments for rare diseases. There were now 94 drug development programmes at Britain's biggest pharmaceuticals firm. "This will include changes to GSK's manufacturing network, divestment and exit of more than 130 non-core brands, reductions in overheads, improved procurement savings and more strategic supplier relationships". Read More »

John McCain set for Senate return on Tuesday following cancer diagnosis


After recovering from surgery in Arizona, McCain flew to Washington and was greeted by standing ovations on both sides of the Senate floor when he dramatically marched on the floor to cast the crucial vote. "I voted for the motion to proceed to allow debate to continue", he said. "It's a shell of a bill right now". But the narrow victory on a simple procedural matter raised questions about whether Republicans can muster the votes necessary to pass any of the various approaches to repeal. Read More »

FBI, Sheriff's Officials Warn of Virtual Kidnapping Scams


In the hours that followed, the kidnappers talked her into wiring $4,000 for ransom. It was a scam. "She called me mom". Calling it "virtual kidnapping for ransom", law enforcement said a network of suspects in the US and Mexico is extorting money from parents by convincing them their loved one was taken hostage, even though they weren't, the Los Angeles Times reports . Read More »

NYC Ferry set to reach million riders milestone today


Anyone looking for a chance to win must activate a ticket on the NYC Ferry app between Friday, July 21 and Friday, July 28. The cost of riding the NYC Ferry mirrors the cost of a MetroCard, with a $2.75 per-ride fee, and $121 for monthly passes. Read More »

ICE arrests 114 in NY operation targeting fugitives, illegal immigrants

The governor's bill would seek to reinstate a policy put in place by the Baker administration in June 2016 broadening the level of cooperation between State Police and federal immigration police. But others said the ruling pointed out a loophole that could affect public safety. Conservative Republicans in the House are also pushing legislation, co-sponsored by state Reps. Read More »

State's highest court says traffic cameras do not have to be manned


Akron created the speed camera system after a 10-year-old student died in a hit-and-run accident in 2005. Some members of the community were up in arms at that time, and some of those people who were ticketed hired attorneys and refused to pay their fines suspecting the ticketing method was unconstitutional at the time. Read More »

Brain Disease Seen in Most Football Players NFL To High School Level


I think the coaches at the level they are playing at are doing a really good job teaching them how to tackle and keep their heads up, and I think that is important. "It's usually my brother Luke (Kuechly ) riding around in the front seat with me", Davis said. Quarterback Cam Newton , the league MVP in 2015, suffered the first known concussion of his NFL career last season and sat out a game. Read More »

Consent Rule Conflict With GDPR Arises in European Union ePrivacy Overhaul


The likelihood of such scenarios has prompted technology evangelists like Nandan Nilekani to press for an immediate creation of stringent data protection laws. The Privacy Shield is now subject to various legal challenges from EU-based privacy campaigners, largely stemming from the ability of the USA intelligence services to access and utilize transferred data. Read More »

Mexican Consulate releases new details on San Antonio smuggling victims


In a news conference, the Mexican Consulate said 34 of the 39 people found inside the hot trailer at a Walmart on city's Southwest Side were Mexican nationals. McCrum says he's concerned the detained passengers will "be treated as chips in a political game instead of real people". Bradley was arrested in connection with the deaths of multiple people packed into a broiling tractor-trailer. Read More »

One-armed, machete-wielding clown arrested in the US


Resident Karmen LePage told the Portland Press Herald that her daughter first saw Berry. He had duct-taped the machete to his arm, which police say had been amputated. This Tuesday, July 25, 2017 patrol auto dashboard camera image released by the Maine State Police shows a man strolling down a street in Hollis, Maine , who police said was wearing a clown mask with a machete taped to his amputated arm. Read More »

15 people arrested in immigration protests in Austin


Austin police assisted DPS in taking those arrested to jail. "With DACA under threat, we know that some will put their hope in D.C. politicians", said Maria Fernanda Cabello, a DACA recipient and spokesperson for the group Movimiento Cosecha that organized the protest. Read More »

Microchip implant offer for workers


Three Square Markets plans to introduce and popularize it in the US. But some of Three Squared Market's staff are decidedly enthusiastic about it, and the company's CEO says his friends and family also want to try the technology. The company intends to install microchips inside human volunteers that will allow them to make payments without the use of a medium. In the United States, an increasing number of individuals and groups have expressed concern that such embedded technology ... Read More »

Three New Jersey Beaches Closed Due to Bacteria Levels


On Tuesday, July 25th, officials at the Atlantic County Division of Public Health said ocean water tested off some beaches in Atlantic City and Ventnor had extremely high levels of bacteria. A beach patrol lieutenant said bacteria levels were already going down in the afternoon, so folks are hopeful. The full list can be found at the state Department of Environmental Protection's website. Read More »

NJ candidate for governor picks running mate


Murphy is a former USA ambassador to Germany. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno on Thursday will make the announcement with her running mate in West New York . She lost the role to Assemblyman Vincent Prieto in 2013. "That is why I am excited to be part of the Phil Murphy team". She has served in the Assembly since 2004 and as an Essex County freeholder in the 1990s. Read More »

These ingenious rabbits escaped a flood on the back of a sheep


Ferg Horne , 64, was trudging through the driving rain in Drunedin, South Island, to rescue his neighbour's 40 sheep from his farm when he saw some unexpected fluffy dark shapes on their backs. The farmer typically shoots rabbits - which are considered pests in New Zealand - when he sees one. "I thought those guys deserved to live, so I left them alone". Read More »

Energen Corporation (NYSE:EGN) Shares Sold by Bank of America Corp DE

About 667,559 shares traded. Enbridge Inc (USA) (NYSE:ENB) has declined 0.40% since July 25, 2016 and is downtrending. It has outperformed by 3.44% the S&P500. Energen Corporation is an oil and natural gas exploration and production company. The Company is engaged in the exploration, development and production of oil and natural gas properties and natural gas. Read More »

Kansas governor won't say when he'd step down


A bill passed by Congress in December strengthened the office of religious freedom that Brownback will lead, Wolf said . The ambassador-at-large for global religious freedom heads up the Office of worldwide Religious Freedom, whose mission is to promote "religious freedom as a core objective of US foreign policy". Read More »

Suspect in Google Employee's Slaying Faces Murder Charge


Investigators arrested Colon-Ortiz, 31, of Worcester, in connection to Marcotte's murder in April when his DNA profile matched DNA samples taken from Marcotte's hands. "It's very hard, very difficult". The prosecutor and the defense agreed Colon-Ortiz be held without bail. Marcotte was visiting her mother in Princeton, about 40 miles west of Boston, on August 7, when she chose to go out for a run. Read More »

Rest of World Simply Cannot Get Enough of Japan's Kit Kats


Wasabi and Okinawan sweet potato may not be everyone's preferred type of Kit Kat but booming demand for exotic flavours in Japan has prompted bar-maker Nestle to open a new factory. While the true epicenter of Kit Kat technology is the brand's flagship Chocolatory store in Tokyo , which reopened this week, you can buy at least some of the more exciting flavors on Amazon, including wasabi, matcha , and sake . Read More »