Three held for assaulting traffic sergeant at Behala

first_imgKolkata: A traffic sergeant was assaulted by a taxi driver and two of its passengers on Monday night in front of Behala Industrial Estate on Biren Roy Road. Later, all three accused persons were arrested.According to police, on Tuesday night at around 10:30 pm, Anindya Sundar Naskar, a sergeant of Diamond Harbour traffic guard, noticed a taxi parked almost on the middle of Biren Roy Road, due to which movement of other vehicles was getting obstructed. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaHe approached the taxi and asked the driver to move the vehicle from there. In reply to Naskar’s instruction, the taxi driver Jyotish Singh reportedly told that the taxi had encountered some problem and the engine was not starting. Hearing this, Naskar reportedly told Jyotish to push the taxi to a side of the road and said that otherwise he would call a wrecker van to tow the taxi as it was hampering traffic movement. It has been alleged that when Naskar told that he would call the wrecker van, the passengers of the taxi identified as Tapas Sangram and Supriya Singh allegedly used derogatory language and got involved in an altercation with the sergeant. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThe trio subsequently started pushing and shoving Naskar. When the sergeant warned them, they allegedly manhandled him. Seeing a police personnel getting beaten up, local residents detained the trio and informed Parnasree police station regarding the incident. Some traffic police personnel nearby also came to know about the incident from pedestrians and rushed to the spot. Later, the trio was taken to a police station and Naskar was rushed to Vidyasagar State General Hospital, from where he was treated and discharged. Late on Monday night, he lodged a complaint against the three accused persons, following which they were arrested on charges of voluntarily causing hurt and assault or criminal force to deter a public servant from his duty. The taxi was also seized.last_img read more

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Freeland plays down Trump assertion Canada being difficult spoiled on NAFTA

first_imgOTTAWA – U.S. President Donald Trump says Canada and Mexico are “spoiled” and difficult to deal with in NAFTA negotiations.But Canadian officials are playing down the typically bombastic comments, insisting progress is still being made — particularly on the pivotal issue of automobiles — towards a deal that will be mutually beneficial to all three countries.“Mexico has been very difficult to deal with. Canada has been very difficult to deal with,” Trump said Wednesday.“They have been taking advantage of the United States for a long time. I am not happy with their requests but I will tell you, in the end we win, we will win and we’ll win big.”Trump said what Canada and Mexico are asking for in a renegotiated NAFTA is “not fair” and he called both countries “spoiled because nobody’s done this” — presumably referring to previous American administrations that have not stood up to their NAFTA partners.He also predicted that American auto workers “are going to be extremely happy” with what emerges. That was after starting the day with a tweet suggesting that “there will be big news coming soon for our great American autoworkers. After many decades of losing your jobs to other countries, you have waited long enough!”The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the Trump administration is considering a plan to impose new tariffs of up to 25 per cent on imported vehicles.That could impact NAFTA negotiations insofar as it could bolster U.S. demands that vehicles must have greater American and North American content to be eligible for duty-free status under the trade pact. Trade experts have warned that if the requirements are too onerous, auto and auto parts makers will opt out of NAFTA and pay the existing 2.5 per cent tariff on imported vehicles — a move that would be less attractive if the tariff was dramatically increased.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Wednesday that NAFTA negotiations continue “at a very intense level,” with officials from all three countries in close contact. She spoke to her counterparts, U.S. trade czar Robert Lighthizer and Mexican economic secretary Ildefonso Guajardo, on Monday and said they all agreed “to be in constant contact.”“We all agreed that the three of us are ready to jump on a plane and meet anywhere to get this done,” she said. “My suitcase is packed.”Since the U.S. put forward a “creative set of proposals” on auto rules of origin in March, Freeland said the NAFTA partners have been “working very hard at a great level of detail on advancing that discussion.”“We have been making steady, consistent progress on rules of origin on cars and that is the primary focus of the hard work that officials have been doing this week,” she added.Freeland said she’ll let others decide “which adjectives” they’d use to describe Canada’s negotiating stance. But she said it hasn’t changed since the outset of negotiations last summer, which is to be “absolutely resolute in our defence of the Canadian national interest” while “looking creatively for compromises, for win-win-win solutions.”last_img read more

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first_imgFinn Wolfhard – Photo by Ryan Gibson LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter After two men came forward alleging that APA agent Tyler Grasham had sexually assaulted them, Stranger Things‘ Finn Wolfhard decided to leave the agency and his agent. This comes after APA said it had launched an internal investigation in Grasham who had been repping Wolfhard.A source close to Wolfhard told Deadline the reason the young actor left was because of those allegations.Earlier this week, former child actor Blaise Godbe Lipman shared allegations of an encounter 10 years ago with Grasham on Facebook. READ MOREcenter_img Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisementlast_img

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Overuse of Paracetamol Causes Increased Risks of Liver Damage

Rabat – The French National Agency for the Safety of Health Products (ANSM) announced, on July 9, its decision to require laboratories to include an “Overdose = Danger” caution message on paracetamol-based medicine packages.This decision concerns more than 200 paracetamol-based products marketed in France.The ANSM has given pharmaceutical companies nine months to comply with the new caution message regulations.   The ANSM’s decision comes as part of their campaigns to reinforce the prevention of liver damage linked to overdose of paracetamol.According to an ANSM statement, this measure follows a public consultation launched by the agency in August 2018. The consultation aimed to sensitize patients and health professionals to the risk of toxicity to the liver in case of overdose.Paracetamol is the most commonly prescribed and used medicine. Alone or in combination with other active substances, it works as analgesic (anti-pain) or antipyretic (anti-fever) for adults and children.In 2011, paracetamol-based “Doliprane” ranked first as the most-sold medicine in Morocco both in terms of quantity and revenue. 17 million boxes of Doliprane were sold that year.Used wisely, paracetamol is safe and effective. “However in case of overdose, paracetamol can cause irreversible serious liver damage in some cases,” says the ASNM.The agency added that the misuse of paracetamol is the leading cause of drug-induced liver transplants in France.The term “overdose” refers to the use of an unsuitable dosage, an intake that is too large per dose or per day, and a minimum interval between doses which is not respected.Consuming more than 4 grams of paracetamol per day can damage the liver in 24 to 48 hours. read more

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UN assisting civilians trapped amid fighting in northern Yemen

Most of those affected by the clashes are children, according to the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), which has started distributing water filters, jerry cans, hygiene kits and 300,000 water purification tablets.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) – which has been supporting some 100,000 people affected by fighting since 2007 – said that in the past two weeks alone, clashes around Sa’ada city have displaced around 35,000 people.Roads to Sa’ada governorate, which borders Saudi Arabia and is a relatively remote and inaccessible region, are blocked and there is no access to the conflict zone by air.Since 2004, fighting between Al Houthi rebels and Government troops in the governorate have impacted 120,000 people, UNHCR spokesperson Andrej Mahecic told reporters in Geneva today.Uprooted families continue to stream into the Al-Talh camp, one of four sites run by the Yemeni Red Crescent in Sa’ada city, with over 5,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) having fled there from a nearby camp which became a battleground in recent days.Some are escaping north and west towards the Saudi Arabian border, while others are seeking refuge in Yemen’s east, Mr. Mahecic said.UNHCR, along with other UN agencies, has been in neighbouring Hajjah governorate since last week to assess the situation, finding that priority needs include shelter, clean water and basic sanitation facilities.“We are appealing for a ceasefire which would allow the civilian population to escape the fighting and enable aid workers to resume deliveries of humanitarian assistance,” Mr. Mahecic said, adding that UNHCR is calling on donors for an additional $5 million to respond to the latest emergency.Funding is also a significant problem for the World Food Programme (WFP), which has begun distributing emergency rations to thousands forced from their homes in the latest round of fighting.“WFP responded rapidly to this sudden crisis, providing life-saving assistance to thousands of homeless and hungry people who are reliant on our help,” said Gian Carlo Cirri, WFP Country Director in Yemen. “But we are very short of funds for our operations, especially now that the situation is deteriorating and the needs are increasing.”A funding shortfall last month forced the agency to halve its rations for 95,000 war-affected people, many of whom rely entirely upon food assistance.WFP only has enough food in Sa’ada to cover the number of people in need – currently standing at 150,000 and rising – for two weeks.Without an influx of additional resources, the agency warned that over 1 million people – including those devastated by last year’s floods and those impacted by soaring food prices – could stop receiving much-needed food aid from November onwards.For its part, the World Health Organization (WHO) has donated trauma kits and other medical supplies, with more expected to be delivered shortly.Diarrhoea and skin rashes, as well as malaria, have been reported by IDP families, according to assessments carried out by the agency, with lack of water and sanitation another key concern.Yesterday, WHO announced that it has received a $230,000 boost from the UN Central Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) to meet health needs for Yemenis affected by fighting. 21 August 2009The United Nations is helping civilians caught up in violence between Government troops and rebels in the mountains of northern Yemen, with the world body estimating that over 100,000 people have been affected by the upsurge in fighting. read more

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Brazil lawsuit accuses Jagath Jayasuriya of war crimes

Human rights groups in South America have filed war crimes lawsuits against a former Sri Lankan general who is now his country’s ambassador to Brazil, Aljazeera reported today.The lawsuits against Jagath Jayasuriya allege he oversaw military units that attacked hospitals and killed, disappeared and tortured thousands of people in the final phase of Sri Lanka’s civil war in 2009. “This is one genocide that has been forgotten, but this will force democratic countries to do something,” Fernandez said. “This is just the beginning of the fight.”Jayasuriya’s whereabouts were not immediately known.Calls to the Sri Lankan embassy in Brazil’s capital went unanswered Monday evening as did an email seeking comment. The suits say Jayasuriya was commander of the Vanni Security Force from 2007 to 2009, one of the bloodiest periods in a 26-year war estimated to have killed more than 100,000 people.The UN estimates between 40,000 and 70,000 died in the final phase alone, when Sri Lanka’s military defeated the separatist armed group, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.According to the suits, Jayasuriya oversaw an offensive from Joseph Camp in the northern town of Vavuniya. ITJP said it interviewed 14 people who survived torture or sexual violence at the camp.“There is no way General Jagath Jayasuriya can claim not to have known that torture routinely occurred in his camp; there were purpose built underground torture chambers, equipped with manacles, chains and pulleys for hoisting victims upside down,” Yasmin Sooka, the ITJP’s executive director, said in March.“If the detainees could hear each other screaming at night from adjacent buildings, so could he.”Human rights groups have long been after Jayasuriya, but the Sri Lankan government has refused to try him or others allegedly involved in war abuses.A few years after the war ended, he retired from the military. Jayasuriya was appointed ambassador to Brazil in 2015 and the other countries were added to his purview over the following two years.The Sri Lankan army has denied committing war crimes.Fernandez, the lawyer coordinating the lawsuits against Jayasuriya, has worked on international cases against war criminals in Guatemala, Argentina and Chile.In the case of Chilean General Augusto Pinochet, he ended up being arrested and held for a time in England because of international lawsuits filed against him. (Colombo Gazette) Jayasuriya has diplomatic immunity in Brazil and five other countries where he is ambassador – Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Suriname. The criminal suits were spearheaded by the human rights group International Truth and Justice Project (ITJP), an evidence-gathering organisation based in South Africa. Carlos Castresana Fernandez, the lawyer coordinating the effort, told the Associated Press news agency that suits have been filed on Monday in Brazil and Colombia.Petitions will be filed in Argentina, Chile and Peru in the coming days, he said, adding that authorities in Suriname had refused to accept the petition. But the groups pursuing the suits hope they will compel regional governments to open investigations of Jayasuriya, remove his immunity and expel him. read more

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Condemning deadly West Bank attack Annan says peace efforts must not be

In a statement released by his spokesperson, Mr. Annan said he was “appalled” by the terrorist act, which took the lives of seven Israelis and injured 25 others.“He reiterates his utter condemnation of indiscriminate attacks against civilians which cannot be justified by any political or other objective,” spokesperson Marie Okabe said at a press briefing in New York.Asserting that the attack “was clearly designed to disrupt the search for a peaceful solution to the conflict,” the statement stressed that the perpetrators “cannot be allowed to succeed in their sinister purpose.”Meanwhile, the members of the diplomatic Quartet, meeting in New York to discuss the situation in the Middle East, also condemned the bombing, saying that they “deplored” today’s tragic killing of Israeli civilians.“[We] reiterate our strong and unequivocal condemnation of terrorism, including suicide bombing,” the group said in a statement read out by the Secretary-General after their meeting this morning.“We express our increasing concern about the mounting humanitarian crisis in Palestinian areas and our determination to address urgent Palestinian needs,” he added. read more

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UN chief Guterres welcomes the Gambias rescission of its withdrawal from International

According to statement issued by his spokesperson, Mr. Guterres “welcomes that the Gambia will remain a State Party to the International Criminal Court’s founding instrument.” “[He] remains confident that States Parties will continue to further strengthen the Court through a constructive dialogue,” the statement added.The notification concerning the rescission of withdrawal was delivered to the UN chief on 10 February.The Gambia had formally notified the UN chief, who is the depository of the Rome Statute of the ICC, of its withdrawal from the Rome Statute in November last year – a decision which the Secretary-General deeply regretted, noted the statement. The statement further noted that over the past two decades, the world has made decisive strides towards building a truly global system of international criminal justice, with the ICC as its centrepiece. RELATED: Ideals and values that inspired creation of International Criminal Court still hold true – UN adviserIt added that the Gambia, like so many other African countries, played a major role in the negotiations leading to the adoption of the Rome Statute and was among its first signatories. The ICC’s founding Rome Statute sets out the Court’s jurisdiction over genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and – as of an amendment in 2010 – the crime of aggression. In addition to jurisdiction, it also addresses issues such as admissibility and applicable law, the composition and administration of the Court, investigations and prosecution, trials, penalties, appeal and revision, international cooperation and judicial assistance, and enforcement. read more

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More work to do Turner Lighty not satisfied with Big Ten title

Earlier in the year, junior David Lighty declared his goals for the remainder of the season. A regular season Big Ten Championship was a start, Lighty said, but the Buckeyes had their sights set even further. Tuesday night, Lighty and his teammates completed step one with a 73-57 win over Illinois — a win that earned OSU at least a share of the conference title. But not long after the celebration was over, Lighty spoke of what lies ahead. “Our hard work, right now, is paying off,” Lighty said. “We brought everything together, but it’s not over yet.”After more than a week off, the Buckeyes will return to the hardwood next week in Indianapolis in the Big Ten Tournament. After navigating through a brutal conference schedule, overcoming an injury to junior Evan Turner and earning the No. 1 seed in the tournament, OSU should be a considerable favorite to win. The NCAA Tournament begins the following week and the Buckeyes will likely be a No. 3, or even a No. 2 seed. Turner said that, with everything his team has been through, they will enter the tournament season with the utmost confidence. “All this hard work we put in, always persevering through tough times,” Turner said. “All the stuff we did growing as a team and going through all the controversy we went through. It’s just amazing.”Turner has often said that, prior to this season, he has yet to accomplish anything of merit in an OSU uniform. As a possible top-five pick in this year’s NBA draft, he said he would hate to leave school without making his mark.As fellow junior Lighty said after Tuesday’s win, they’re on a mission to do just that. “We can’t leave without accomplishing anything,” Lighty said. “So far our mark was winning an NIT Championship [in 2008], losing in the Big Ten Championship and losing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament [last year]. That leaves a sour taste in your mouth, and you don’t want to be remembered for that.”Whether or not Turner and Lighty make the mark they want when it’s all said and done, remains to be seen. But with a regular season title under their belt, their mark is no longer a losing one. They won’t leave Columbus as runner-ups or first-round NCAA losers. They’ll leave known at least as 2010 Big Ten Champions. For Turner, however, that isn’t quite enough.“It just feels great, but it’s not over yet,” Turner said. “We have a couple more trophies to worry about.” read more

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Half of female students subjected to unwanted sexual touching poll finds

Helen Marshall, chief executive of Brook, said the survey highlights the importance of high quality relationships and sex education (RSE) in schools and universities.”We are failing our young people if they don’t know that the law protects them from the unwanted behaviours they are experiencing,” she said.”Furthermore, we are failing to equip and empower young people to navigate their sexual lives and relationships.”More than half of those who told the survey they had experienced unwanted sexual behaviour said it was from another student. Around a third of the incidents took place on campus.When it came to consent, only 52 per cent of the respondents understood it is not possible to give consent if you are drunk.Universities UK, the vice-Chancellors membership organisation, is due to publish recommendations this spring on how institutions can improve their efforts to tackle sexual harassment.”It is important to create an environment where students feel able to come forward with the confidence that an incident will be addressed,” a spokesman said. “The well-being of students is a top priority for universities, and they continue to work to make their institutions safer places to live, work and study so that no student or member of staff is subject to any form of sexual violence or misconduct.”   Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Cambridge University is considering lowering burden of proof for disciplinary cases Half of young women at university have been the victim of unwanted sexual touching, the largest poll of its kind has found.A survey of 5,649 British undergraduates found that only a quarter of those who were raped went on to report it. 16 per cent of female students said they have been pressured into a sexual act, compared to six year cent of their male peers.The poll, conducted by the sexual health charity Brook, asked students a series of questions about how much sexual harassment they have been exposed to.The majority of students said they had been subjected unwanted sexual advances, ranging from cat-calling to being forced into having sex. However, only eight per cent of students who were sexually harassed went on to report it.Last year it emerged that Cambridge University is considering lowering burden of proof for disciplinary cases, after claims that sexual predators are getting away with their crimes.  Students complained that the current system “actively discourages” survivors and victims of sexual assault from coming forward, while implying that perpetrators are unlikely to face consequences from the university.  Currently the university relies on the criminal standard of proof, beyond reasonable doubt, for all disciplinary cases other than ones relating to fitness to study. But students have called for decisions to be based instead on the civil standard of proof, the balance of probabilities.In response, the university’s discipline review committee proposed a change to the standard of proof required for misconduct claims.    Cambridge University is considering lowering burden of proof for disciplinary cases read more

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Why former Tag Team Champions havent appeared on RAW for the last

first_img WWE RAW Ratings: Viewership sees a 15% drop against the return of Monday Night Football Wrestleview Weekly: Predictions for tonight’s Clash of Champions event in Charlotte Facebook WWE Draft confirmed to be taking place as a two-night event starting on October 11 Pinterest Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img Twitter WWE star Akam (Sunny Dhinsa) recently underwent surgery on this knee this past week according to a new report by The Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online.The surgery is expected to keep Akam out of the ring for the next two months. This is why The Authors of Pain, former RAW Tag Team Champions, have been off TV for weeks.AOP was replaced by The Revival on RAW live events this past weekend in matches against current RAW Tag Team Champions Bobby Roode and Chad Gable.The Revival made headlines last week after they requested to be released early from their current WWE deals, reportedly doing so in while their gear backstage last Monday. As reported earlier, WWE isn’t expected to be granting any releases at this time in what appears to be an effort to prevent All Elite Wrestling from signing talent. WhatsApp Google+last_img read more

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Laptops get bigger and smaller at CES 2019

first_img CES Products Acer Asus Dell HP Lenovo Nvidia Razer Samsung Acer Swift 7 Gaming gets bigger Thanks to Nvidia’s new RTX graphics chips for gaming laptops (and a new mid-priced RTX 2060 for desktops), gaming PCs stepped up in a major way, with bold new shapes from the Asus Mothership, Alienware Area-15m, Samsung Odyssey 2 and Acer Triton 900, among others. What was so surprising was that many of these flagships felt free to play with the traditional clamshell design, and it will be interesting to see which new ideas take off and which don’t. The Alienware Area-51m takes a fresh approach to gaming laptop design.  Sarah Tew/CNET Everything else gets smaller But as gaming laptops were getting bigger, mainstream laptops were shrinking. The Acer Swift 7 takes the prize for most-improved sequel. Last year’s super-thin original was one of my 2018 favorites, but the even smaller 2019 version is even more amazingly light and compact.  14-acer-swift-7The super-slim Swift 7 gets slimmer bezels for more screen and less bulk.  Sarah Tew/CNET Meanwhile Dell found a way to squeeze a 2.3mm webcam in the slim top bezel of the new XPS 13 — so no more nose cam. Lenovo’s new Yoga S940 takes away the traditional 360-degree hinge, but adds glass that gently curves around the side edges, much like some Samsung phones do. Less is more Budget laptops also made an appearance, but didn’t dominate. New Chromebooks with AMD processors could bring prices down further, while Samsung experimented with the Flash, a new, low-power Windows laptop with a unique textured design that at least stands out from other budget machines. OLED or No-LED? Laptops with OLED screens have been few and far between. The displays are expensive, hard to source, and often only available in a few sizes and resolutions. This year, we saw hints of growth, but also some warning signs. Lenovo introduced an OLED-screen Yoga, but announced it wasn’t coming to the US market. HP added an AMOLED display (basically the same thing) to a version of the popular Spectre x360. And Razer teased us with a prototype Blade 15 laptop with a 15-inch 4K OLED display (as well as a second model with a 240Hz display), but no firm commitment to bring either to market. OLED has been steadily taking over a big chunk of the TV market. For laptops, it’s still at the starting gate.  See all the best laptops of CES 2019 $1,488 Mentioned Above Acer Swift 7 Review • Acer’s Swift 7 is unbelievably skinny, if not always speedy CES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show. CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. See all the best laptops from CES 2019 Preview • Acer’s new Swift 7 laptop is less than 10mm thick Tags CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 17:56 CES 2019 News • The incredibly portable Acer Swift 7 was my near-perfect travelling companion Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: 0 Laptops Tablets Desktops See it 40 Photos Share your voice Laptops were big business at CES 2019, not a surprise to anyone who has followed the show over the past several years. It’s usually a very popular category with dozens of new products, but I’ve rarely seen a year so packed with new ideas and new designs as this one. Desktops, tablets and other types of computers showed up as well, but in much smaller numbers. last_img read more

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WATCH 2 Army personnel thrashed by restaurant employees in Uttar Pradeshs Baghpat

first_imgA video of the incident went viral on social media.Two Army personnel were thrashed by the employees of a restaurant over an argument in Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, June 2. Seven people have been arrested in connection to the incident, until now.The Army jawans were having lunch at the restaurant, when they got into an argument with another person, leading to the altercation. The details of the argument remain unknown as of now.#WATCH Baghpat: Two Army jawans(one with a red bag and one in green kurta) thrashed by restaurant employees yesterday after a minor argument.More than 7 people have been arrested by Police. (Note: Abusive language)— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) June 2, 2019A video of the incident, which went viral on social media, shows a group of men beating up the jawans with sticks and rods, and hurling abuses at them.Circle Officer of Baraut, Ramnand Kushwaha, reportedly said, “Two Army jawans were having lunch at a restaurant when they had an argument with a person, then the restaurant staff got involved and a fight broke out. A case has been registered and around eight restaurant employees have been arrested, a further probe is underway”.last_img read more

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LiAngelo Ball and UCLA teammates reportedly could face 310 years in prison

first_imgLi Angelo Ball and UCLA teammates Jalen Hall, and Cody Riley are in deep trouble after they were reportedly arrested for shoplifting from a Hangzhou Louis Vitton store while in China to play their season opener against Georgia Tech. ESPN’s Jeff Goodman tweeted the news first.BREAKING: UCLA frosh LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley & Jalen Hill arrested for shoplifting in China, sources told ESPN. Bruins play Ga Tech Friday— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) November 7, 2017 Advertisement Chinese court expert William Nee told Yahoo! Sports Dan Wetzel that LiAngelo could face 3-10 years in jail if convicted for “robbing public or private property using force, coercion, or other methods,” and may have to stay in jail while awaiting sentencing because the Chinese court system doesn’t usually allow pre-trial bail.“In most criminal cases that I know of, it’s very rare [or] unheard of for people to get American-style bail. I doubt it’ll be likely that they’ll be released until they either are sentenced or fined, or whatever the punishment may be.”Nee also mentions the 99.2% Chinese prosecution success rate, which doesn’t leave a lot of hope for a win at trial. This may leave diplomatic intervention as the final option if they’re convicted.LaVar Ball was scheduled to hold a press conference to address the situation, but canceled on the advice of legal counsel. You know it’s serious if he doesn’t have anything to say.Don’t ever get arrested in another country, example #320474028.LaVar Ball said he has been advised by council not to speak “due to the legal nature of the matter.” He had previously scheduled a press conference for 10:45 am from his hotel suite in Shanghai.— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) November 8, 2017UPDATE: According to ESPN’s Arash Markazi, Ball and his teammates have been released from custody and ordered to stay at the team hotel until the conclusion of the legal process. Stay tuned.It’s important to note that Ball, Riley and Hill are being required by Hangzhou police to remain at a hotel in Hangzhou until the legal process is over, which could take days, weeks or even months. The hope is obviously sooner rather than later.— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) November 8, 2017last_img read more

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