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first_imgDear Editor,Of late, a lot of negative news has been appearing on the front pages of our daily papers about crimes allegedly committed by members of the Guyana Police Force, especially the recently enlisted officers. This brings into question the recruiting process, and maybe the training aspect they go through at the various Police training schools.Their behaviour or conduct surely does not auger well for the image of our Guyana Police Force. Whilst there will always be rogue cops, the numbers seem to be increasing of late.It may not be prudent for me to mention the specific cases, because many of them are sub-juice, but quick and decisive action must be taken in order for the public to regain and maintain its confidence in our Guyana Police Force.It is true that one swallow does not make a summer, and there are many dedicated Policemen and women out there. But it is also true that the image of the Force is ebbing.On a positive note, not only in ‘G’ Division, but in all other divisions, the presence of the Police is more evident: foot patrols, bicycle, motorcycle and other vehicle patrols. In ‘G’ Division, anytime during the day or night, you see the Police patrolling through the Essequibo Coast.The breathalyser test is also bearing fruit. We had been losing too many of our citizens because of the culture of driving under the influence of alcohol, not forgetting the many serious and damage accidents involving both the innocent and guilty.On the down side, unlighted bicycles are on the increase, along with pedestrians causing obstruction (jay walking). Stray animals are also on the increase. I am not sure if the Stray Catching Unit of the Guyana Police Force is still operable, or if this unit has ever worked in ‘G’ Division.Minibuses continue to operate without the fare structure being displayed; but, generally, the Police in ‘G’ Division are doing a reasonably good job.As law-abiding citizens, we must all show that we can, in our own little way, do something to help our law enforcement agencies. It is imperative that when we hear or see something, we say something; and in our own interest and safety, our help can be valuable to the Police.Sincerely,Archie W CordisFormer AFCCouncillorRegion Twolast_img read more

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Del Mar City Leaders aim to ban gun shows at the Fairgrounds

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first_img Updated: 10:53 AM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe City of Del Mar is looking to discontinue its popular gun show at the fairgrounds. This of course comes as debates continue around the country over gun regulations and safety after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida last month.Del Mar Mayor Dwight Worden joined us on Good Morning San Diego to explain why.What do you think about the Del Mar Fairgrounds hosting gun shows? Leave a comment on our Facebook post. KUSI Newsroom Del Mar City Leaders aim to ban gun shows at the Fairgrounds March 22, 2018center_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: March 22, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

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Nextgeneration Audi RS6 Avant teased ahead of September debut

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first_img Share your voice More From Roadshow 0 Post a comment Audi 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback is sharp but not shouty 2019 Mercedes-Benz S560 Coupe review: Still the luxury benchmark More about 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback Enlarge ImageHey Audi? We want this. Audi Audi treats Americans to a rather wide variety of RS models, but there’s piece of forbidden fruit we’ve yet to taste. That’s the Audi RS6 Avant.While we don’t have confirmation the hot wagon will be heading our way, Audi is nearly ready to reveal it and teased the model on its German Facebook page this past Friday. According to the post, the brand plans to debut the wagon at its Audi City Berlin showroom locally this September. To be clear, Audi didn’t explicitly say this teaser shows the RS6 Avant, but there’s no denying the rear end and long roof on display here. Although cloaked in darkness and a sheet, Audi’s latest corporate taillight peeks through with a signature LED design. Compared to the current-generation RS6, the design should be rather evolutionary overall, but who are we kidding? It’s going to look gorgeous because it’s a sleek wagon. Preview • 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback: Performance without compromise 6:29 If the new RS6 Avant follows suit with the current car, it’ll pack a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 with around 650 horsepower. Should Audi Sport feel frisky, an electric motor part of a mild-hybrid system could push that figure even higher.Will Audi finally bring it to North America? All signs have pointed to that being the case. Audi previously told Motor Authority in February that the company is actively looking at bringing the RS6 Avant and standard A6 Avant to these shores with the next-generation models. The company has also previously encouraged fans to continue speaking out in favor of bringing the model to North America. Say it loud, say it proud: we want the RS6 Avant, Audi. 2018 Subaru Crosstrek: Just as good as before, only better Review • 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback review: Goody two-shoes Tags Now playing: Watch this: 2020 Subaru Outback first drive: Tech and trail mix 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback is a goody two-shoes Wagons Performance Cars 69 Photos Audilast_img read more

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Jihads family compensated with Tk 2m

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first_imgFour-year-old JihadBangladesh Fire Service and Civil Defence and Bangladesh Railway on Sunday paid Tk 2 million as compensation to the family of Jihad, who tragically died after falling into an abandoned deep tube-well in Shahjahanpur area of the city on 26 December 2014.Jihad’s father confirmed that the two government entities each paid Tk 1 milion through check and pay-order as compensation to the family.Earlier, on 3 July the High Court summoned the Bangladesh Railway Director General to appear before it on 14 August and explain the failure to execute its earlier order to provide Tk 2 million as compensation to the family of Jihad.On 1 March, the High Court issued a contempt of court rule on three government officials for not implementing a court order to provide Tk 2 million as compensation to the family of Jihad.An HC bench of justice Md Ashfaqul Islam and justice KM Kamrul Kader asked Bangladesh Railway director general Md Amjad Hosain, fire service DG brigadier general Ali Ahmed Khan and its director major AKM Shakil Newaj to respond to the rule within two weeks.A legal notice was served to defendants on 22 January as they did not provide the compensation money to the family.Later, the contempt petition was filed as the defendants did not reply to the legal notice.On 18 February 2016, another HC bench comprising justice Farah Mahbub and justice Kazi M Ejarul Haque Akond asked the government to compensate Tk 2 million to the family members of the four-year-old victim, who met the premature end of his life inside a 600-foot abandoned shaft of a water pump at Shahjahanpur Railway Colony.Lawyer Md Abdul Halim filed a writ petition with the High Court on 28 December 2014 seeking its directives for providing Tk 3 million as compensation to Jihad’s family members.The body of Jihad was pulled out from the abandoned shaft 23 hours after he had slipped into it.last_img read more

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BJP trying to disturb peace and stability of Bengal TMC

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first_imgKolkata: The ruling Trinamool Congress today accused the state BJP of trying to disturb the peace and stability of West Bengal by making provocative statements against its cadre. TMC secretary general Partha Chatterjee said the BJP for the last few years have been trying to disturb peace and stability in the state. “They have been doing such things just to gain political foothold in Bengal. But the people of Bengal will never accept a party which propagates communal division,” he said. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights Chatterjee said, “First they(BJP) tried their hand in creating communal tensions and now they are making provocative statements. But they won’t succeed in their intensions.” Chatterjee’s comment comes in the backdrop of West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh recent utterance that his party would not take it lying down if its workers were attacked by the TMC. Threatening “direct encounters,”, he had said “We are counting the bullets which killed our workers.” Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killed “We have seen many goondas. There is a limit to tolerance (to such attacks). We have not given any bond that we will offer them (TMC) rasogolla (sweet) even if they attack us. There will be retaliation”, Ghosh had said at a public meeting in north Bengal on June 19. Hitting back, Chatterjee said the BJP is “miles away” from the seat of power in West Bengal and is threatening to launch encounters. “From such statements the people of Bengal can understand the kind of intolerant outfit BJP is,” he added. Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee had yesterday called BJP a “militant organisation,” and alleged that it is engaged in dividing the people along religious lines while daring it to attack her party. “We are not a militant organisation like the BJP. They are arrogant and intolerant. They are religiously biased. They don’t like Muslims, Christians, Sikhs – they are even differentiating between the upper caste and the lower caste Hindus,” Banerjee, a known critic of the saffron party, had said at the extended core committee meeting of the TMC. Lashing out at the BJP, she had said, “They (BJP) are threatening to carry out encounters. Just because they are in power in Delhi, they are talking about hurling bombs. I dare them to come and touch us. We will show them their place.”last_img read more

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Dewang Agarwal of La Martiniere for Boys tops in ISC exam from

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first_imgKolkata: Girls have performed better than boys in both ICSE and ISC examinations in Bengal in terms of the pass percentage. However, Dewang Kumar Agarwal of La Martiniere for Boys in Kolkata has bagged the first position in the country in ISC examinations by scoring 100 percent in the ISC examination.The pass percentage of girls in ICSE has been 98.38 while that of boys has been 97.39. In ISC, the pass percentage of girls is 98.05 while that of boys is 95.91. Anwesa Chattopadhyay of Garden High School, Avi Saraf of Frank Anthony Public School and Raj Ghosh of Purwanchal Vidyamandir in Kankurgachi all with 99.40 percent marks have topped the state in ICSE examinations and features second in the overall merit list in the country. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataChief Minister Mamata Banerjee has congratulated all the students who have excelled and those who passed the ICSE and ISC exams. “Good wishes to your parents and good luck for all your future endeavours,” Banerjee tweeted. Dewang wants to pursue Computer Science and would prefer to go to other states for future studies. “Teachers have been an integral part of my success and my parents have always been my greatest motivation,” he said. Apart from academics, Dewang loves swimming and reading. He had scored 98 percent in Class X at St. James School and switched over to La Martiniere. Four students from Bengal have bagged the second position in the ISC merit list with 98.75 percent. They are Khusi Daga of Our Lady Queen of The Missions School, Salt Lake, Debdut Mondal of K.E. Carmel School at Amtala, North 24-Parganas, Nirjhar Das of WWA Cossipore English School, Kolkata, and Dimitri Malik of Auxilium Convent School, Kolkata. Khusi Daga has topped the state in Commerce stream. “I had worked very hard and the support that I received from my school has been immense. I want to do MBA,” Khusi said. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateAnwesa Chattopadhyay said she would not pursue medical or engineering and would love to go for research in future. “There were no specific study hours for me but there has hardly been a day when I had not studied for an hour at least. Apart from studies, I love reading books, listening to music and I am a food lover too,” she added. Raj Ghosh, who has scored the same marks as Anwesa, wants to become a doctor. “I had expected 98 to 99 percent marks but 99.4 percent and first from the state has really made me very happy. I will study biology as I want to become a doctor and to be associated with AIIMS,” Raj said. His father Salil Ghosh is a state government employee. The total number of candidates who appeared from the state are 35769 in ICSE and 24791 in ISC. The overall pass percentage from the state is 97.82 and 96.88 in ICSE and ISC respectively.last_img read more

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