SPOILER: Report on plans for Smackdown 1000 in two weeks from Washington, DC

first_img Twitter Big changes reportedly made to WWE RAW and Smackdown Live writing teams Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Elias, Chad Gable advance to the Semifinals of the 2019 King of the Ring tournament Google+ WhatsAppcenter_img The official website for the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC is already starting to promote more names for the Smackdown 1000 taping on October 16.This includes The Undertaker, Michelle McCool, Teddy Long and Vickie Guerrero.WWE reported last Friday that Evolution would reunite, including Batista.PWInsider reports that Rey Mysterio and Edge are scheduled as surprises as well. FOX to reportedly air WWE “Smackdown’s Greatest Hits” special Friday, September 27 Facebook Pinterestlast_img read more

Luka Milivojevic dropped from Serbia squad

first_imgCrystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic has been dropped from the Serbia squad after the comments he made about head coach Mladen KrstajicThe 27-year-old midfielder blamed Krstajic’s tactics for Serbia’s group-stage defeats to Brazil and Switzerland at the 2018 World Cup.“Our manager had his opinion, something he wanted to try, and in the end we lost,” said Milivojevic, according to the BBC.While the scoreline was at 1-1 against Switzerland in their second group game, Milivojevic was surprisingly replaced by 22-year-old forward Nemanja Radonjic late on.New Liverpool signing Xherdan Shaqiri then scored a 90th-minute winner for Switzerland.serbiaReport: Euro 2020 qualifying Group B George Patchias – September 11, 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Group B sees Portugal and Serbia play catch up with Ukraine.While Cristiano Ronaldo broke records and his Portugal side ran out…“We tried to take risks where, in my opinion, we did not have to,” Milivojevic said at the time.“I think we should have been more experienced and played for a result in the last 15 minutes.”Goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic and defenders Branislav Ivanovic and Dusko Tosic have also been left out of the 23-man squad list published by the Serbian FA on Wednesday.Krstajic’s side will visit Lithuania on September 7 before returning home to host Romania three days later.last_img read more

Police search for missing Fort Lauderdale man last seen in Pompano Beach

first_img#FLPD Have You Seen Michael Babbit? Missing Adult Male since July 7th If you have seen Michael or know his whereabouts contact Detective J. Saint-Jean at 954-828-5570 FLPD case# 19-113826 @FLFR411 pic.twitter.com/4ITKzozyF4— Fort Lauderdale PD (@FLPD411) August 12, 2019 FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a Fort Lauderdale man who went missing in Pompano Beach.According to Fort Lauderdale Police, 40-year-old Michael Babbit was last seen along the 2300 block of South Cypress Bend Drive on July 7.He stands 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs approximately 168 pounds. Officials urge anyone with information on Babbit’s whereabouts to call Fort Lauderdale Police at 954-828-5570.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Alaska News Nightly Wednesday Nov 25 2015

first_imgFeds say TAPS can’t raise rates to cover over-budget upgradesLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington, D.C.A federal commission says the oil companies that own the trans-Alaska pipeline can’t raise rates to cover cost overruns for an upgrade that went horribly over budget.Memorandum to give Alaska bigger voice in transboundary mine permittingEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauAlaska and British Columbia on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding giving the state a larger role in transboundary mine permitting decisions.New rules may help small energy projects sell to the gridRachel Waldholz, APRN – AnchorageNew rules could make it easier to develop more renewable energy in Alaska, by making it easier for independent projects to sell their power to the grid.Court: Free flights for anti-Pebble candidates were a no-noHannah Colton, KDLG – DillinghamThe Alaska Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court’s ruling that a private air service violated campaign finance laws when it offered flights to two Lake and Peninsula Borough assembly candidates in September of 2010.Alaska Republicans sue to loosen rules on campaign contributionsLori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageRepublicans in Alaska are suing in federal court to overturn the state’s strict limits on donations to political candidates and groups. The suit challenges the state’s $500 annual cap on individuals’ donations to candidates and as three other contribution limits.‘Gay’ book dispute erupts at Wasilla LibraryEllen Lockyer, KSKA – AnchorageWasilla city officials heard public testimony Monday night about a library book that is concerning some parents.Anchorage sees property tax hike as 2016 budget sails throughZachariah Hughes, KSKA – AnchorageAt its meeting Tuesday night, the Anchorage Assembly approved the city’s 2016 budget, which totals just under $481 million.Landing a lamprey: A bizarre fishery opens on YukonTim Bodony, KIYU – GalenaThe annual run of lamprey is headed up the Yukon River. Diverse commercial markets for the snake-like creature have opened up over the past few years…but actually catching them can be tricky.Recovering from addiction, helping others do the sameLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauAlaska’s capital city is battling addiction. The Juneau community continues to face substance-related deaths and near deaths. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download Audiolast_img read more

Marijuana laws missing key language

first_imgMarijuana for sale at a dispensary in California. (Photo: Dank Depot via Flickr Creative Commons)Download Audio Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallott signed the state marijuana regulations into law last month (01-22-16) and the state will begin accepting license applications on February 24th. But there’s a wrench in the works: the original bill fails to properly authorize background checks.Before the Marijuana Control Board can issue licenses, the FBI requires a background check of each applicant. It’s a way of determining if the applicant has received a felony conviction in the last five years in another state. If the answer is yes, no license may be awarded. But the original bill is missing the enabling language that would allow the FBI to run names and fingerprints through their database.Cynthia Franklin, the director of the Marijuana Control Board, said that in order to award that power, it will take a state statute.“The FBI requires an enabling statute if you want to run a name through the national criminal history database and a regulation is not enough,” Franklin said.The Alaska Department of Public Safety notified the Marijuana Control Board of this oversight last fall. She explains the FBI-enabling language should have been inserted into HB 123, which created the Marijuana Control Board. It was brought during a floor amendment, but ultimately didn’t make it into the final language.“So it was discovered well after session,” Franklin said. “They missed a spot.Furthermore, the Department of Public Safety is missing it’s necessary authorization to do background checks, as it does for liquor licenses.Franklin says that in order for licenses to be issued in June, the legislature must fill these legal loopholes fast.“If those things do not happen this session, we will be in a very sticky place because we will have a statute that says we can’t issue licenses to individuals who have a felony conviction in the last five years. But we will only be able to check Alaska histories and not national histories,” she said.To close this security gap, the Senate Rules Committee is interested in rewriting HB 75, a marijuana “clean-up” bill from last session and folding in the necessary statutory language.The bill was originally drafted in House Community and Regional Affairs Standing Committee, chaired by Representative Cathy Tilton. An aid for Tilton, Heath Hilyard, told KCAW by e-mail that the bill may see movement on the Senate floor next week.last_img read more

Computer training for visuallychallenged in Vijayawada

first_imgVijayawada: Andhra Loyola College, Higher Education for the Persons with Special Needs (HEPSN) and Enable India, Bengaluru, jointly organised a two-month programme on ‘Computer Workshop for Students with Visual Impairment’ on Wednesday on the college premises. M A Kumar Raja, Deputy Director, Department of Differently Abled and Welfare of Senior Citizens, Government of Andhra Pradesh was the chief guest of the programme. Also Read – Rs 65.30lakhs Exgratia paid to deceased family Advertise With Us Speaking on the occasion, he said that Braille on voting machines, providing accessible devices like laptops to visually challenged, reservation in employment, self-employment opportunities for persons with disabilities and coaching for civil services are some of the initiatives taken by the AP government to provide more opportunities and inclusiveness. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us Principal Fr Victor Emmanuel appreciated the volunteers of HEPSN for supporting the visually-challenged students and for organising various activities like sports for the challenged, scribes’ assistance and arranging scholarships. Involving themselves in serving the persons with disabilities is inspiring and help them grow as men and women for others, which is the motto of the college, he said. Advertise With Us The two-month-long part-time course consists of basics of computer applications like MS Office as well as advanced tools like HTML. It is taught using the NVDA (non-visual desk top access) for the visually-challenged between 9 am to 5 pm. Students with visual impairments may make use of this o portunity to enhance their emplo able skills. www.alchepsn.blogspot.in Fr Rex Angelo, the vice-principal of PG section, Dr Sahaya Baskaran coordinator of HEPSN, volunteers of HEPSN, staff and the visually challenged students of ALC and SRR Colleges participated.last_img read more

Sarbanes Calls InsulinPricing System Hocus Pocus

first_imgBy BRIAN ABATE and EUGENE “JESSE” NASH IV, Capital News ServiceWASHINGTON – Maryland Democratic Rep. John Sarbanes on Wednesday criticized insulin producers for their lack of transparency in setting prices.“I do not buy the argument that the patient is going to be worse off, the consumer is going to be worse off, if we have complete transparency,” the Towson congressman said at a hearing by the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s oversight and reform subcommittee. “I think the lack of transparency is allowing for a lot of manipulation.”WASHINGTON – Maryland Democratic Rep. John Sarbanes criticizes the secret pricing process for insulin at a House hearing Wednesday. (Eugene “Jesse” Nash IV/Capital News Service)Nearly 10 percent of the U.S. population has diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those, around 10 million have chronic kidney failure and require a kidney transplant in addition to regular insulin treatment to stay alive.But it’s hard to depend on insulin when the price of the drug for dependent patients is increasing every year, the committee’s chairwoman, Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colorado, said in her opening statement.One bottle of the brand of Insulin, Humalog, cost $35 in 2001. Today, it costs $275, said DeGette, whose daughter requires insulin every day.Of the six executives who testified before the subcommittee, three said they also had family members or friends with diabetes and said they knew about the effects of the cost of insulin firsthand.“Often our phone calls and visits turned to diabetes,” said Mike Mason, an executive of insulin-producer Eli Lilly and Company, about talks with four immediate family members.“Over the years we focused on these conversations of how they were managing diabetes but within the last two or three years the conversations have changed,” he added. “We now spend more and more time talking about how much they pay out-of-pocket for insulin.”Last week, the committee heard testimony from a diabetic patient who rationed her insulin to make it last longer because she couldn’t afford her next bottle. Also at that hearing, the committee explored the influence of pharmacy benefit managers, companies that negotiate prices for insulin with insurance companies and uninsured consumers.The testimony led Sarbanes to question whether witnesses were optimistic that businesses could be transparent in their negotiations for the drug.On Wednesday, Sarbanes asked why the general public does not have access to information about how the net price of the drug is often negotiated to a significantly higher cost for the patient through price benefit managers.“Should it be a trade secret? is that the problem? Like proprietary?” Sarbanes asked one pharmacy benefit manager company executive.“The reason I am able to get the discounts that I can from the manufacturer is because…,” Amy Bricker, senior vice president of Express Scripts, started.The congressman cut her off: “It’s a secret.”“Because it’s confidential,” Bricker responded.“Yeah, because it’s a secret,” Sarbanes said.Sarbanes then asked if the executives would support Congress taking steps to make the process transparent.“We would support transparency along the entire chain,” responded Kathleen Tregoning, an executive of insulin manufacturer Sanofi. “That’s the important thing, is if we have transparency all along, from the list price all the way through to patients.”Bricker said she would not support that kind of transparency because “it will hurt the consumer, congressman, because the price will be held high.”The Maryland lawmaker condemned what he called “hocus pocus” negotiations going on behind closed doors, saying that the whole price-setting system for insulin is “screwed up.”“They’ve managed to figure out a way to structure the system so they can be negotiating at a level that always protects, it appears to me, the profits of the companies and PBMs at the expense of the patients,” Sarbanes said.Although no one responded to the congressmen’s claims, Mason said that his firm is open to change if it is initiated by Congress.“We are open for transparency to help patients,” Mason said. “We are not defending the system.We are just explaining the system. We want reform, we want anything that provides better access to patients.”The hearing came amidst a larger Democratic effort to work with the Trump administration to cut prescription drug costs.“Together we must hold the president accountable to his campaign promises to ensure that he signs this legislation when it reaches his desk.” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California, saidTuesday in a speech to the American Hospital Association. “Every time I speak to him he says,‘Yes, yes. We’ve got to lower the cost of prescription drugs.’ We want to enable him to do that.”last_img read more

Bethea Starts Season with NY Giants

first_imgBy Mark F. Gray, Special to the AFRO, mgray@afro.comNew York Giants safety Antoine Bethea is getting a chance to live out his dreams.  In 2015 Bethea went undrafted and signed as a free agent with the Indianapolis Colts.  After 13 years,183 games, and a Super Bowl victory, the former Howard University safety heads to training camp again with no apparent end in sight.Bethea, now with his fourth NFL franchise, was overlooked on both ends of the BW Parkway.  Despite a stellar career, neither the Ravens nor Washington’s NFL franchise brought the future Black College Hall of Famer to camp.  However, the Bison legend heads to his 14th season still playing with a chip on his shoulder that drives him into the twilight of his career.Howard University football star Antoine Bethea is entering into his 14th NFL season with the New York Giants. (AP Photo)“My path was my path and I embraced it,” Bethea said to the Shadow League Radio’s “Bring It Home” podcast.  “The Indianapolis Colts gave me the chance and all I knew was that it gave me a shot to compete. Once I got in the playbook and stayed out of trouble I made the team and started from game one. When I was given that opportunity in my mind never let go of this opportunity.”That Bethea has played more than a decade without having his name called is what makes him a dream for NFL franchises.  Undrafted players aren’t guaranteed anything but an opportunity to compete in training camp. Most don’t last beyond the final days of camp and some end up on practice squads where they infrequently are relegated to special teams, which allow them to find work on other teams when the inevitability of injuries lead to roster spots opening around the league. However, Bethea had other ideas.  His work ethic that was carved in the Tidewater region of Virginia as a youngster, was honed on the “ghetto turf” of Greene Stadium at Howard.  Just having the opportunity to earn that HBCU Ivy League education was already a win in life, but football gave him the chance for something more. He dedicated a performance and training center for student-athletes that bears his name inside Burr Gymnasium.“The game has been good to me because I’ve been good to the game,” Bethea said. “My time at Howard were some of the best years of my life.  It was a chance to learn about my culture and develop who I am as a person.”Bethea remains low key as a new generation of players have taken off its mask.  He doesn’t run away from the attention but doesn’t seek it either. There is no commitment to personal branding other than to play the best he can on the field.  By no means is he the most active player on his Madden 2019 video game rating, but he still has a different resolve.“When the Giants posted it, I was like ‘77?’ But that’s all good,” Bethea said. All time I should probably have a rating high 80’s to low 90s if you look at my body of work.”As camp opened for the Giants, Bethea arrived without any fanfare while the outside conversation was about his former teammate and now Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr.  The soft spoken safety still carries a big stick on the field. His contract negotiations have never played out in the media, though New York is the biggest market he’s played in since college which presents opportunities potentially masking themselves as distractions. “You’ve got to make an effort to use social media in a positive way,” Bethea said.  “Once it’s [posted], it’s up there and what you must decide what you want people to take from that.”last_img read more

The Future According to Elon Musk Infographic

first_img 1 min read Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global The businesses under Elon Musk’s belt, from Tesla to SpaceX to SolarCity, incubate some of the most progressive ideas in their fields, and Musk is not shy to show his confidence in the at-first seemingly outlandish ventures. Yet Musk has proven his entrepreneurial prowess and foresight time and again.Related: 21 Weird Things We’ve Learned About Elon MuskBeginning in 2018, he outlined events from the beginning of commercialized space travel to the colonization of Mars. Perhaps his ideas are less science fiction and more grounded in reality than we may think.Check out the RS Components infographic below for the timeline of the future according to Elon Musk, from an AI takeover to settlements on Mars, and what to expect within our lifetimes.center_img Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. October 14, 2017last_img read more

Big changes for Guanacaste school

first_imgBRASILITO, Guanacaste – Although the students will soon vacate the halls and trade their textbooks for surfboards, the activity at Country Day School Guanacaste is just getting started for summer.With the help of parents and community members, Country Day School’s Guanacaste campus stands poised to transition from a privately owned, for-profit business to a community-owned, nonprofit school.“Country Day School Guanacaste (CDSG) was founded as a satellite school to a much larger campus in San José,” explained Bruce McKillican, Country Day parent and member of the school’s transition board.“After years of falling short on making the Guanacaste school a business success, Country Day’s Escazú headquarters decided to consolidate their resources in Escazú,” McKillican said.Early this year, several parents were approached by the school’s owners and were given the opportunity to take over the campus in the northwestern province of Guanacaste and recreate the school’s image as a community-based nonprofit.Faced with the frightening prospect of their beloved school closing and leaving their children’s educational future in limbo, a group of parents came together to form the CDSG Transition Board, charged with adapting the new ownership structure.“The families that have children in the school realized that a change in leadership could be an incredible opportunity – a chance to focus on the local issues and make decisions for the school based on the needs and desires of this community, while still maintaining the strong K-12 academic standards that Country Day has become famous for,” McKillican said.But seizing the opportunity was no easy task. It took community outreach, in addition to support and dedication from the parents and the newly formed Transition Board to begin the process of remodeling Country Day’s ownership structure from private to not-for-profit.In addition to raising money and solving teacher contracts, McKillican and the transition board had to vigilantly research other nonprofit school board models and consult with academic professionals to learn what was necessary to succeed under such a model.“We couldn’t let the school close. As a parent, this school represents an educational pathway for children to any university on earth,” McKillican said.“Without this pathway, so many families would be denied the ability to live here, including my own.”Luckily, under the new ownership, the parents and students won’t have to forego what makes Country Day – both in Escazú and Guanacaste – a unique academic institution. Specifically, the school will retain its U.S. accreditation as well as Costa Rican Education Ministry status and continue to fill the role of one of the region’s few international, U.S. college preparatory schools.Not only will the school maintain its defining characteristics, but it will also take on several new elements in the 2013-2014 school year, including reduced tuition rates that will allow more students the opportunity to study at CDSG.“There’s nothing wrong with the educational program at Country Day and we want to maintain it. We’re happy with the school, but under a community-based ownership structure, we will be able to see it better reflect our values and interests,” McKillican said.The new school board leadership will allow current boards and future members to create an environment that reflects the dynamic and changing interests of the community.According to McKillican, these interests will be expressed in the coming year through an increased emphasis on extracurricular sports and heightened focus on the school’s Spanish program.“We recently started a surf team, which is becoming more popular by the day and we’re developing additional golf, tennis and equestrian programs to add to our existing extracurricular options,” he added.Next school year, English will remain the school’s official language, but more courses will be taught in Spanish in order to emphasize the local connection and focus on Costa Rican cultural immersion.“We hope the renewed focus on the Spanish program will be one of many key elements in attracting foreign students to the school’s boarding and homestay programs,” McKillican said.Country Day School Guanacaste features a boarding program where international students can study abroad in Costa Rica for a semester or a full year and live either in on-campus housing or in a homestay with a local family.Re-energized and ready to seize new academic and extracurricular opportunities, the CDSG Transition Team recently announced its plan to the community. The news was met with an outpouring of local endorsement and support.“We’ve achieved record high enrollments for the 2013-2014 school year,” McKillican said. “We’re looking at this transformation as an opportunity – we’re in a fortunate position where we can take all that was good with the school and better align it with the local community to make it thrive.”Country Day School Guanacaste is still accepting applications for the fall in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, as well as their newly developed play care program for younger children. For general information and to learn more about the new, reduced tuition rates, visit www.cdsgte.com. Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more

Colombia sends first blueberry export of the year

first_img Colombia sends first blueberry export of the year … U.S.-based Dole Food Company has announced the launch of a refreshed logo and brand identity.In a release, the 160-year-old produce organization said it strives to “more thoughtfully connect and understand consumers, and their preferences and desires when it comes to shopping for fresh produce.”Insights gained through this discovery process have helped influence the development decisions of this “robust reimaging of the DOLE Brand,” it added.The company says the new visual identity reflects its values as a company around freshness, transparency and responsibility, as well as an evolution in logo treatment “inspired by nature and its earth-given benefits”.It also said the revamp reflects a new visual representation of the vibrant character attributes surrounding the brand and a refinement of nature-based color and texture pallets and font typography.”The refreshed DOLE Trademark evolves from living in the fresh air and harkens to the gifts the earth and sky provide,” the company said.”And while the DOLE Trademark remains consistent to its heritage, the new holding shape takes its form from a simple leaf—one of nature’s most unique creations.” Dole’s previous logoIn addition to the new visual treatment, Dole is also introducing a new ‘Powering You’ brand tagline, which it says clearly and simply defines the company’s mission. The line is meant to empower individuals as they embrace their personal quests to eat healthy and improve their lifestyles, it said.”We have grown and evolved over the years, and we have refreshed our brand to reflect who we are today and where we see ourselves heading in the future,” said Xavier Roussel, vice president of marketing and sustainability.“This new look for us reinforces Dole’s brand position as the premium supplier of farm-fresh fruits and vegetables grown and delivered from around the world to your table at the peak of quality, freshness and taste.”The new brand visuals have already begun to enter the marketplace for Dole’s fresh fruit and vegetable packaging and collateral materials. The brand update process will continue on a rolling basis as existing inventories expire and will complete in 2019. Chile declares agricultural emergency in drought-r … October 15 , 2018 You might also be interested in Chilean cherry report analyzes 2018/19 campaign, d … The Biocontrol Report: Economic decision-making in …last_img read more

Dancers for charity fail to break world record

first_imgA group of hundreds of dancers failed to break a world record in front of the castle in Kato Paphos on Sunday, but have vowed to try again in October.It was hoped that 1,200 people would turn up, and at least 1,000 people were needed, to dance the Hasapiko for five minutes straight to steal the title. Less than eight hundred people took part in the dance.The event also aimed to raise awareness and funds for the Archangel Michael hospice in Mesa Chorio in Paphos. It was organised jointly by the hospice and the Ktima folk dancing group and supported by the municipality of Paphos.Hundreds of people descended on Paphos castle square on Sunday afternoon, but as around two hundred of them turned up late and not wearing the required black trousers and white top they were not able to take part, according to organisers.“Some people were missing and when they came they weren’t wearing the right clothes, just their regular clothes and so they didn’t count. But we will try again in October and people can register an interest with the hospice now,” said hospice general manager Mona Skordi,:She said that although the record breaking attempt was not successful, overall their aim was accomplished as the event was televised all over the world and positively promoted Paphos and Cyprus in general.“This went worldwide and was a good exercise for donations and fund raising for the hospice,” she said.The hospice is the second such facility in the district, the first, the Friends Hospice opened in 2006 and is found at a dedicated six-bed wing of St George’s clinic in Paphos.The Archangel Michael hospice in Mesa Chorio opened in June 2015 and has nine rooms used for palliative and respite care, including two for children.“We are the only hospice in Cyprus to be licensed to take children,” she said.The facility aims to offer free hospice and palliative care to all those with life limiting illnesses, regardless of their religious belief or nationality.Skordi said that it costs around 300,000 euros a year to operate the facility, which has already helped hundreds of patients since it opened.The current record for the largest ‘Hasapiko Dance’ is held by Larnaca municipality. The record was set in 2010, when 749 people danced in Europe SquareTo register for the next attempt of further information about Archangel Michael Hospice: (m) 99494140www.archangel-michael-hospice.comYou May LikeChildren's Hospital Colo.Living a full life with cloacaChildren’s Hospital Colo.Undo100topjournal.xyzTop 10 Most Expensive Buildings In The World100topjournal.xyzUndoNewsDDivers Searching Lake Ontario’s Waters Recovered An Aircraft From The DepthsNewsDUndo UK plays Brexit hardball with ‘stubborn’ EUUndoData is the new oil so watch out for mass mining – Netflix filmUndoLicences for ENI and Total to explore block sevenUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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The Congress leadership is in the process of restructuring the party by bringing in some new faces in leading roles,Congress general secretary Ambika Soni on Friday? "Theres a lot of stuff going on that we dont know anything about. as allegations of excess overshadowed his achievements. the affidavit said. 24, Jacobson said. with a knife and lighter. but his ability to triumph so easily amid high expectations should be nonetheless admired. the credit of being the mother of all political dynasties goes to Congress.

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