The party has accused BJP "goons" behind the incident. Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that as Rahul Gandhi was surveying the area, BJP goons attacked his convoy with cement bricks shattering the glass. Stone pelters even smashed several vehicle windows of Rahul's convoy, with Rahul's auto having its rear window shattered. The Congress vice-president was touring the state without the presence of elected party MLAs as they have been lodged up in a Bengaluru resort.
He kept the bullying secret his family, he said, because he didn't want to worry them. "People would kick me and call me names", he said."I really don't tell people". Warfield got quite a response, with dozens of bikers saying they wanted to step in and offer some support to the bullied boy. Though the motorcyclists made quite a roar with their engines, Principal Matt Vance told the Associated Press that he didn't mind the display.
In a separate development, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said that Mr Trump told him that there would be a war between the two countries if Pyongyang continued with its aim to develop a missile programme with the USA in its range. -Mexico relations under Trump, dealing with the roiling political crisis in Venezuela, managing the diplomatic end of the North American Free Trade Agreement renegotiations, and helping cement the historic Colombian peace deal brokered past year.
Harvard University and the University of North Carolina are both facing lawsuits regarding affirmative action . The document does not explicitly say which groups are considered at risk for discrimination, but it's widely understood the the Justice Department intends to go after affirmative action policies meant to bring more minority students to campus.
The familiar phrase "don't bite the hand that feeds you" comes to mind, and in this case, a strained relationship with the Secret Service could put the President's very life in jeopardy. "This idea of us having a command post that is not co-located with one of our protectee's residences, that's not something new for us", she said.
We're still expecting much lower humidity with sun on Sunday . For Sunday the rain returns, but it won't be a washout. Tuesday , mostly sunny with a slight chance for an isolated thunderstorm or two over the Adirondacks and southern Vermont.
It's just been announced that he'll be honored by the Kennedy Center , and be the first hip-hop artist to get that nod. "Norman's refusal to set foot in Donald Trump's White House is as powerful a reminder as any that the hate and bigotry that Donald Trump espouses on a daily basis isn't business-as-usual, it's a threat to the civic compact upon which this nation was founded".
In a Friday report, the Abdullah al-Hourani Center for Research and Documentation (run by the Palestine Liberation Organization) stated that 20 Palestinians - from the West Bank, Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip - had lost their lives during a flare-up of violence that first began in mid-July.
Citing Uber emails and documents from people familiar with the matter, the WSJ claimed Uber managers in Singapore were aware of the recall when they acquired the fleet of defective Sports Utility Vehicles (SUV), but leased them to drivers without the crucial repairs anyway.
At Herat main hospital, Dr Shehrzai confirmed that 29 bodies were brought to the medical facility soon after the blast. Zimmermann further added "They are not alone". "US Forces Afghanistan will provide additional information as it becomes available". Eyewitness Ghulam Ali, who runs a mechanics shop near the attack site on the outskirts of the city of Kandahar, says he saw a military vehicle on fire on the road.
I have been talking about it for a two-year period", Trump said then. President Donald Trump described New Hampshire as "a drug-infested den" in a phone call to the Mexican president in January, reports the Washington Post . He also tried to convince the Mexican president that the wall would cost a lot less than official estimates. The call with Australia's Malcolm Turnbull wasn't much better.
The audio clip was first aired by a local Marathi channel, following which the Opposition demanded his removal in the Maharashtra Assembly. The Opposition has alleged that housing minister Prakash Mehta wrongfully approved the project by falsely claiming that the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was aware of the approval.
The move came amidst growing suspicion over the role non-governmental organizations are playing in picking up migrants off the Libya coast and bringing them to Italian ports. Jugend Rettet, which carries out search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean, tweeted the boat's crew was interviewed. The assistance from Rome is expected to take the form of two ships for logistics and patrol, as well as mechanics to maintain equipment.
The 79-storey, building, known as Torch Tower and once the tallest in the world, is in the Marina district of the city. The Civil Defense Office said the building was successfully evacuated and the emergency responders were trying to bring the fire under control.
The forecast still isn't looking good, he said. "Given the severity of B.C. wildfires this year, we greatly appreciate the ability to draw on personnel from beyond our borders", said Doug Donaldson, minister of forests, lands, natural resource operations and rural development, in a release.
Republicans refused to budge even after the White House complained that the "congressional review" infringed on Trump's executive authority. Relations between the US and Russian Federation are at an all-time and very risky low, US President Donald Trump tweeted , adding that the Americans should blame the Congress for this turn of events.
Asked about those comments, Mr Wang said China attached importance to Secretary Tillerson's remarks about the Korean peninsula and hoped the United States could implement them successfully. Tillerson and other key players, including China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi, will also be in the Philippine capital - but Susan Thornton, the acting USA assistant secretary of state, said the U.S.
Douglas Kellner, a state Board of Elections commissioner, said via email that two data request letters sent by panel vice chairman Kris Kobach - the first in June and a second in July after a court win - were rejected in part because they asked for protected information.
Following which, the two spar on the nationality of the Boston bombers ("they were Russians", Turnbull explains) and the reasoning behind Australia's immigration policy ("why do you discriminate against boats?", Trump asks), before Trump labels the conversation "the most unpleasant call all day" (comparing it directly to his conversation with the Russian President:" Putin was a pleasant call ") shortly before hanging up.
Lesell's wife was incredibly shaken by the incident. "Next thing I knew I was flying through the air", Lesell told KXAS-TV , a Dallas NBC affiliate last Wednesday. Lesell called for back-up and checked on the traffic violator before detaining the intoxicated driver. "From all my training, whether it be the Marine Corps, or through the academy, the worst thing to do is be down and out of the fight", Lesell said.
The Scotland global said: "I played centre-forward at the weekend but obviously a friendly is different than Europe". Celtic will face either Qarabag FK, Hapoel Beer-Sheva, Slavia Prague , Astana or Rijeka in the playoff round. Everybody was talking about the pressure of the game , to play that way was sensational. The Scotland worldwide was thwarted in a first half dominated by Celtic , but he came good in the 69th minute, firing a blistering shot past Andre Hansen to put the ...
But there was one only problem, Emily Pomeranz was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and lived in a hospice in Arlington, Virginia. Pomeranz passed away last week, but the story of how Fello granted Pomeranz's wish to "have one more Tommy's mocha milkshake " has clearly made an impact: The post has been shared by more than 2,000 people, with more than 600 comments and thousands more reacting to it.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ( NAACP ) has made history, issuing the organization's first-ever travel advisory. It was then that the advisory caught national attention. Previously, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) had issued travel advisories for Texas and Arizona after the states passed immigration enforcement laws requiring local law enforcement to detain people on immigration violations which the ACLU said would increase racial profiling.
But his year-long sanctuary overseas was brought to an abrupt end last month in dramatic circumstances that could be culled from a spy thriller. The Vietnamese politician, who faces several corruption charges, had sought asylum in Germany but Hanoi had demanded his arrest and extradition .
But that number drops to just 70 percent when it comes to them being passengers in the back seat. However, IIHS says those not wearing a seat belt are putting themselves at risk regardless of where they are sitting during a auto crash. Meanwhile, vehicles now come with warning lights and chimes to alert drivers and front-seat passengers that they need to put on their seat belts. Almost 40 percent of people surveyed said they sometimes don't buckle up in the rear seat because there is no law ...
The lower house of congress descended into chaos last night as MPs traded accusations of corruption and unloaded briefcases filled with fake bank notes on each other. As a sitting president - the first in Brazil's history to be charged while in office - Temer can not be tried by the country's Supreme Federal Tribunal without the elected deputies agreeing to suspend him for 180 days.
He said, the injured were taken to hospital, where two of them, succumbed to injuries. Police also recovered weapons from the militants. His funeral was attended by hundreds of mourners who pelted Indian soldiers with stones and chanted slogans calling for independence, witnesses said.
Utility officials have assured them that adequate power will be restored by then, they said. Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative announced the updated timeline Thursday morning, as they continue to coordinate with Dare County officials as to when visitors can begin returning to Hatteras Island.
The new sanctions against Russian Federation could also hit companies invested in the Nord Stream II project, a planned gas pipeline between Russian Federation and Germany, circumventing Poland, Ukraine and the Baltic states. The president said the "flawed bill" has "a number of clearly unconstitutional provisions". Russian Federation wasn't pleased. Putin responded on Sunday by announcing the USA would have to cut 755 of its embassy and consular staff in Russian Federation.
The European Union (EU) said it was ready if needed to retaliate within days against new United States sanctions on Russian Federation but believes Washington wants to spare European energy firms from any fallout. Junker on Wednesday expressed alarm over the "unpredictable" consequences of the new USA sanctions law for the European Union, particularly in the field of energy security.
Park officials say Beadle was hiking with two children - ages 10 and 11 - who are safe and accounted for. Beadle was reported missing on August 1 after she failed to arrive at the Bright Angel Campground, where she had a reservation. Temperatures on Tuesday hit a high of 86 degrees in the Grand Canyon. Park officials said that the 38-year-old Beadle had been hiking the South Kaibab Trail.
Last week, the House overwhelmingly backed the bill, 419-3, and the Senate rapidly followed, 98-2. "So, by extension, it is fairly easy to envision how other parts of the world could be wondering whether it is President Trump or Congress pulling the foreign policy strings", Ward said .
Durham County spokeswoman, Dawn Dudley, said the chemical is used for " everyday maintenance " of swimming pools, according to the Charlotte Observer. Witness Dan Winn told ABC station WTVD that he saw kids "coughing" shortly after smelling a "real strong odor". No children were admitted to the hospital.
Unity, cooperation and respect communities and police are needed to fix the root problems with crime and the mere insinuation that anything but that will be acceptable threatens to damage that tenuous relationship. Robert Schwartz, executive director of the Maine Chiefs of Police Association said what Trump said is against the law and "it was certainly misspoken".
Two other Explorers driven by town officials were also taken off the road, the town said. Only Boston 25 News rode along with Auburn firefighters as they tested Ford Explorers belonging to the town fleet. The officer injured in the crash had lost consciousness and complained of headaches. Ford said in a statement last week that it was "taking action to help address the concerns of first responders driving Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles".