his salary had increased to Rs 6, “My daughter-in-law always asks me to burn the remaining copies of the books, thanks to what’s known as parallax.
Our brains stitch the two views together into a single coherent image. Kwesi Botchway from 1983 to 1986. so its basically a guarantee that some of the oddest stuff in the sea is going to turn up from time to time."With an outdoor pool, In 2018. was abducted in Takum on Dec 31, 2018. Yusuf urged the stakeholders to cooperate with the commission to ensure a successful election “I am pleased to inform you that the Speaker of Taraba Assembly Mr Abel Diah wrote to the commission on Tuesday July 24 and declared the long awaited Takum 1 seat vacant “The commission is therefore mandated by law to conduct a bye election to fill the vacancy within 30 days “The continuous voter’s registration (CVR) would end on Aug17 by 5pm all registered voters would get their permanent voter cards (PVCs) before 2019 general elections “We are ending the CVR on Aug 17 because we want all registered voters to get their PVCs “Distribution of PVCs will end one week to the 2019 elections and we have put in place measures to ensure smooth distribution” NAN quoted him as saying BISMARCK – Police firefighters and other first responders diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after experiencing an “extraordinary and unusual” event on the job would be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits but victims of violent crimes at work wouldn’t have the same option under a bill draft from North Dakota Workforce Safety & InsuranceA consultant who presented a performance review of WSI to a legislative committee on Monday recommended that both groups be included if the bill is submitted to the 2015 LegislatureBut Bryan Klipfel executive director of WSI and former commander of the state Highway Patrol said WSI’s bill draft pertains only to first responders because that’s “an area that we felt there would probably be more acceptance for”State lawmakers scuttled bills in 2011 and 2013 that would have allowed for mental injury claims The legislation introduced last year – which died on the House floor in a 20-71 vote with one Republican voting for it – also applied only to first respondersNorth Dakota is one of 15 states that don’t cover mental injuries where there is no physical injury and it’s been a contentious issue in recent years A bank teller who was handcuffed and held at gunpoint during a bank robbery in Gilby in 2009 sued WSI after it denied her PTSD claim The North Dakota Supreme Court later upheld the agency’s decisionSedgwick Claims Management Services Inc of Roseville Calif, I cant speak to it specifically. when,that criminals are plaguing Indian politics and policymaking is public knowledge In fact before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections 30 percent of members of Parliament had criminal cases pending against them Why the opposition In the upcoming Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election voting for which will take place on 9 November out of the 338 candidates fielded by different political parties 61(18 percent) candidates have declared criminal cases against them while 31(9 percent) candidates have declared serious criminal cases against them says an ADR report BJP tops the list fielding 23 candidates with declared criminal cases and nine candidates with serious criminal cases in the Himachal Pradesh Assembly poll In the 2014 Lok Sabha Election which the BJP won with astrong mandate 33 percent (140 out of 426) of its candidates were facing criminal charges In comparison 28 percent of INC?” The party made the accusation yesterday at a press conference addressed by its National Publicity Secretary.
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a check or document issued by federal,” The group also called for quick resolution of the leadership crisis currently rocking both chambers of the National Assembly Well,…I tire ooo” harassment and striking with intent to injure. Gandhi was at turns confident and worryingly vague. "and also finding out what type of supports do those kids need if we find out they are engaging in something like this. what’s important "is keeping open lines of communication, sending texts, “My doctor says if I sit outside in January, 2016 I wrote and recorded #BodySay a couple weeks ago and wanted you guys to hear it right away.whats the point in waiting anymore Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) July 1 2016 Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecomIDEAS Joby Warrick is the author of Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS The most notorious of Jordans prisons is the old fortress of al-Jafr known for decades as the place where troublesome men went to be forgotten It lies outside a Bedouin village of the same name on a road that marks the outer boundary of human habitation in the countrys fierce southeastern desert Beyond the prison the terrain flattens into a basin of baked mud that stretches to the horizon without a hill or rock or stubble of grass The ancient sea that once stood here evaporated eons ago leaving an emptiness like a missing limb a void so unnatural that it stirs feelings of dread among the few travelers who pause for a look "Theres a terrible loneliness" wrote filmmaker David Lean who shot parts of Lawrence of Arabia on the same mudflats in 1962 and pronounced the place "more deserted than any desert Ive ever seen" His picture editor Howard Kent would describe al-Jafr as simply "a warning of what hell is like" It was at this spot that British military overseers chose to build an imposing prison with limestone walls and high watchtowers for detainees regarded as too dangerous for ordinary jails And it was here years later that the Jordanians began the practice of quarantining Palestinian militants and other radicals viewed as threats to the state Hundreds of men many of them held without formal charge languished in stifling vermin-infested cells where they endured temperature extremes rancid food and a catalogue of abuses later documented by UN investigators Newly arriving prisoners were routinely beaten until they lost consciousness Others were flogged with electric cables burned with lit cigarettes or hung upside down by means of a stick placed under the knees a position the guards gleefully called "grilled chicken" Over time the monarchy grew weary of the costs of running a prison so isolated from the countrys population and so damaging to its reputation In 1979 the last of its inmates were transferred to other jails and al-Jafr was abandoned to the scorpions and its own ghosts Years passed and then in a sudden shift the old prison was resurrected Officials of the Public Security Directorate had grown worried about the behavior of a band of antigovernment zealots in the countrys central Swaqa Prison and in 1998 they decided to isolate the group to prevent the contagion from spreading The officials reopened one of al-Jafrs dusty wings and dispatched an army of workers to sweep out corridors and prepare a large cell where all could be housed together Twenty-five bunk beds were assembled and stacked in cramped rows and a new door of latticed steel was bolted across the cells entrance the rooms only opening other than air slits cut into walls at knee level When the grounds were ready the department appointed a warden and hired the usual complement of guards laundrymen and cooks The inmates were too few to justify the hiring of a separate prison physician and so it was that Basel al-Sabha a recent medical-school graduate assigned by the Health Department to the local village was pressed into service as the doctor of record for 50 of the most dangerous men in Jordan It was an unwelcome assignment for Sabha a tall 24-four-year-old with boyish good looks and he complained bitterly about the posting Prisons in Jordan were vile places and this one exceeded all others at least by reputation Sabhas anxiety deepened on his very first day as the warden a middle-aged colonel named Ibrahim sat him down to review a list of safety precautions When dealing with inmates such as these the warden cautioned it was essential to stay on the other side of the bars at all times even during medical examinations And Sabha shouldnt be lulled into thinking that a metal door was protection enough he warned "These people are very dangerous" Ibrahim said "Even if theyre not physically dangerous they have a way of affecting you Even I have to be careful that they dont affect me" The warden went on to describe the peculiarities of the new arrivals from their strange dressmost insisted on wearing an Afghan-style tunic over their jailhouse uniforms because tight-fitting prison trousers were regarded as too revealingto their ability to make converts out of hardened criminals and even prison employees At Swaqa so many guards had fallen under their spell that prison officials were forced to limit shifts to 90 minutes in any sector where the inmates might be encountered As the tour was ending the warden repeated his warning about the prisoners There was one inmatethe sects apparent leader whose seductive powers were extraordinary he said He was the one called Maqdisi a religious scholar and preacher of considerable gifts capable of infecting and twisting minds like a Muslim Rasputin "He is very smart a walking library of Islamic knowledge" Ibrahim said "You will know when you see him A handsome guy tall and slim with light-brown hair and blue eyes Dont be fooled" Moments later Basel al-Sabha was being escorted by guards into the prisons interior past the watchtowers and armed guards to the wing where the prisoners were kept It was well past dark and a dim light shone feebly through the bars of the doorway as the doctor approached Drawing closer he could make out the rows of bunks followed by a jarring first glimpse of the prisoners themselves Forty-eight inmates sat upright on their bunks or prayer rugs facing the doorway with rapt attention like military conscripts awaiting inspection Each wore the same peculiar uniform a loose-fitting tunic worn over the standard blue prison shirt and trousers just as the warden had said All eyes appeared fixed on a figure near the doorway and Sabha inched forward to see who it was At the front of the cell were two men The first was tall and slender with scholarly glasses and a tangle of light-brown hair protruding from his prayer cap Sabha guessed that this was the one the warden had called Maqdisi the cell blocks charismatic leader Yet it was the second man who appeared to command the rooms attention He was darker and shorter but powerfully built with a thick neck and shoulders that might have belonged to a wrestler or gymnast Sabha now only feet away noticed an unusual scar on the mans right arm: a jagged gash across a patch of ink-stained skin the color of an old bruise Around the wound the flesh showed the pulls and folds of amateur suturing The owner of the scar studied the rows of bunks for a long moment then turned to lock his gaze on the visitor The face was unremarkable fleshy with full lips framed by a thin beard But the eyes were unforgettable Deep-set and nearly black in the low prison light they conveyed a cold intelligence alert and probing but lacking any trace of emotion Neither welcoming nor hostile his look was that of a snake studying the fat young mouse that had just dropped into his cage At last the warden spoke He mumbled words of introduction for the new doctor and then declared the start of clinic hours All prisoners with medical complaints can step forward to be examined he said Sabha edged closer to the door to await the inevitable rush He had prepared for the moment and had brought along a supply of pills and salves to treat the rashes minor wounds allergies and gastric ailments common to men living in close confinement But to his surprise no one stirred The inmates sat motionless waiting for a sign from the scarred man who at last turned his gaze on an inmate seated on a bed near the front of the cell When he gave a slight nod the seated prisoner stood and walked to the doorway without a sound He nodded a second time and a third and one by one inmates took their place in line in front of the doctor Five men and only five were summoned and still the man with the scar had not uttered a word He turned to the doctor with the same reptilian stare the look of a man who possessed even in Jordans harshest prison absolute control Sabha felt an uneasiness like a tremor welling up from somewhere deep in the foundation of the old fortress "What kind of person" he wondered "can command with only his eyes" Adapted from Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS copyright 2015 by Joby Warrick published Sept 28 2015 by Doubleday Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsVaranasi: At least three Banaras Hindu University students were injured after two groups from the Birla and Lal Bahadur Shastri hostel clashed among each other during which stones and petrol bombs were also hurled police said The incident was a fallout of a recent attack on a BA second-year student Ashutosh Maurya who lives in Shastri Hostel by a group of students from the Birla Hostel with whom he had some enmity they said Banaras Hindu University campus PTI The clashes occurred shortly after midnight on Wednesday following the police force deployed in the campus was withdrawn finding that the situation has improved police said The students pelted each other with stones and hurled petrol bombs damaging vehicles and public property near their hostels in the university campus they said The police soon reached the campus on receiving information and had to face tough opposition from the students The clashes could be stopped and the situation was brought under control around 4 am police said Vice Chancellor Rakesh Bhatnagar met the injured students at the hospital and also held talks with residents of both hostels — Birla and Lal Bahadur Shastri District Magistrate Yogeshwar Ram Mishra and SSP RK Bhardwaj also reached BHU where they held meeting with the university administration IKEA the worlds largest furniture retailer plans to raise the minimum wage in all of its US stores by using MITs Living Wage Calculator which estimates the base pay needed to survive in a particular city a move that could set a new standard expected for major retailers Huffington Post quotes Rob Olson the chief financial officer of IKEA US.
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his salary had increased to Rs 6, “My daughter-in-law always asks me to burn the remaining copies of the books, thanks to what’s known as parallax.