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Delhi Police Launches Helpline Number For Mob Violence Complaints

Delhi Police Launches Helpline Number For Mob Violence Complaints
9 minutes ago

Police have launched two helplines for complaints related to noise pollution and mob violenceNew Delhi: The Delhi Police has launched two helpline numbers for complaints related to noise pollution and incidents of mob violence in the national capital, officials said Thursday.The helpline number has been introduced in compliance to the directions of the Supreme Court that a response system may be introduced to deal with such acts and to prevent the instances of loss of life and public as well as private properties during incidents of mob violence, police saidThe two helpline numbers -- 155270 and 155271 -- launched on April 5, operated by the Police Control Room, will remain operational 24x7...

BJP Expels Four Rebel Candidates In Maharashtra

BJP Expels Four Rebel Candidates In Maharashtra
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The four BJP leaders were expelled for violating party discipline. (File)Mumbai: The Maharashtra unit of the BJP on Thursday announced expulsion of four party leaders who are contesting the Lok Sabha election against official candidates of the BJP or its allies in the state.Bhausaheb Wakchaure, Anil Gote, Manikrao Kokate and Suhas Natavadkar were expelled for violating the party discipline, a BJP source said.BJP MLA Anil Gote is contesting as independent against BJP leader and Union Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre from Dhule-Malegaon.In Nandurbar, Natavadkar, a local BJP leader, is contesting the election against the party's official candidate and sitting MP Heena...

Rahul Contesting from Wayanad is Appeasement Politics: PM Modi

Rahul Contesting from Wayanad is Appeasement Politics: PM Modi
11 minutes ago

“In Kerala, Congress and Communists fight each other, but are together in Delhi. (Keral me Kushti aur Dilli me Dosti). This is not politics, but self interest and complete opportunism,” Modi said.Attacking Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and his Left front government, Modi alleged it was drowned in corruption."Even the Chief Minister is facing allegations on Lavalin (corruption case) matter. Other ministers are also facing corruption charges. They are even trying to loot money that came for the rehabilitation of flood victims," Modi charged.He alleged that the devastating floods in Kerala last year was due to lapses of the government than a natural calamity."This government was so careless...

Automakers invest heavily in electric vehicles despite still-low demand

Automakers invest heavily in electric vehicles despite still-low demand
25 minutes ago

ReutersApr 19, 2019 01:06:36 ISTBy David Shepardson NEW YORK - Demand for electric vehicles remains low in the U.S. market, but industry executives at the New York auto show this week said they are pushing ahead with billions of dollars in investments even while preaching patience. Officials said their companies are charging ahead with a flurry of new electric vehicle (EV) models, citing rising regulatory requirements globally. Last year, only about 2 percent of U.S. auto sales were comprised of full electric or plug-electric hybrid models, with Tesla Inc accounting for more than a third of those sales. The United States ranks seventh in EV sales as a percentage of overall sales, according...

Hudson Media chief James Cohen to buy National Enquirer

Hudson Media chief James Cohen to buy National Enquirer
27 minutes ago

- American Media Inc (AMI) said on Thursday it is selling its tabloid the National Enquirer to James Cohen, chief executive officer of Hudson Media. The National Enquirer had admitted to paying hush money to help U.S. President Donald Trump get elected and been accused of attempting to blackmail Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The weekly tabloid, along with two of its sister publications, will be purchased by the head of Hudson Media, which is known for its airport newsstands. This comes a week after AMI said it was looking at "strategic options" for the National Enquirer as well as for the Globe and the National Examiner brands. The sale is expected to reduce AMI's debt to $355 million. Earlier...

GM CEO Barra’s pay dipped slightly to just under $22 million in 2018

GM CEO Barra’s pay dipped slightly to just under $22 million in 2018
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DETROIT - General Motors Co's top executive, Mary Barra, received a compensation package worth just under $22 million in 2018, slightly less than the previous year, according to the No. 1 U.S. automaker's proxy statement released on Thursday. GM also said two members of the board of directors - former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, retired Admiral Michael Mullen and the former CEO of ConocoPhillips , James Mulva - will not stand for re-election. The Detroit company did not name replacements, meaning the number of board members will drop to 11. GM and the rest of the auto industry are facing an expected decline in U.S. demand this year, slowing sales in the world's largest auto...

Exclusive: Venezuela skirts U.S. sanctions by funnelling oil sales via Russia

Exclusive: Venezuela skirts U.S. sanctions by funnelling oil sales via Russia
31 minutes ago

By Marianna Parraga MEXICO CITY - President Nicolas Maduro is funnelling cashflow from Venezuelan oil sales through Russian state energy giant Rosneft as he seeks to evade U.S. sanctions designed to oust him from power, according to sources and documents reviewed by Reuters. The sales are the latest sign of the growing dependence of Venezuela's cash-strapped government on Russia as the United States tightens a financial noose around Maduro, who it describes as a dictator. With its economy reeling from years of recession and a sharp decline in oil production, Venezuela was already struggling to finance imports and government spending before Washington imposed tough restrictions on state oil...

Wall Street gains on positive earnings, upbeat data

Wall Street gains on positive earnings, upbeat data
33 minutes ago

By Stephen Culp NEW YORK - Industrials led Wall Street higher on Thursday in the wake of upbeat economic data and a string of healthy corporate earnings. All three major U.S. stock indexes nosed into positive territory in light trading heading into the three-day weekend. For the holiday-shortened week, the S&P was on track to snap its three-week winning streak, while the Dow and the Nasdaq were poised to end the week higher. U.S. retail sales in March blew past analyst expectations, rising at their fastest monthly pace in 1-1/2 years, according to the Commerce Department. In a separate report, jobless claims data from the Labour Department showed the number of Americans filing for...

Juventus’ Failure Linked to Italy’s ‘Catenaccio’ Past

Juventus’ Failure Linked to Italy’s ‘Catenaccio’ Past
35 minutes ago

A lack of goals also contributed to Italy's failure to qualify for last year's World Cup, as did a lack of belief in younger players.With Roberto Mancini having replaced the fired Gian Piero Ventura as national team coach, he has promoted a new generation of players under-utilized by their clubs.Players like 19-year-old Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo, who Mancini called up to Italy's squad before he played a single Serie A match; or 19-year-old Juventus striker Moise Kean, who last month became the youngest player to score a goal for the national team in 60 years.

Global Markets: Stocks mixed as strong U.S. retail sales offsets weak European manufacturing data

Global Markets: Stocks mixed as strong U.S. retail sales offsets weak European manufacturing data
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By April Joyner NEW YORK - A gauge of global stocks fell on Thursday after underwhelming manufacturing surveys from Asia and Europe, though they pared losses as Wall Street edged higher on strong U.S. retail sales data and earnings from industrial companies. The U.S. benchmark S&P 500 index inched forward as healthcare shares, which have been under pressure from Democratic proposals to extend Medicare coverage to more Americans, trimmed their declines. Strong March retail sales data, which registered their greatest increase in 1-1/2 years, and upbeat results from Union Pacific Corp and Honeywell International Inc also supported U.S. stocks. The MSCI All-Country World Index fell 0.1% but...

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