Day: April 13, 2022

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Bodybuilding champion Cedric McMillan dead at 44

[ad_1] Cedric McMillan and Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2017 American bodybuilder Cedric McMillan has died at the age of 44, after years of health complications caused by Covid-19, and a road accident. McMillan, a long-time veteran of the US Army and National Guard, was a veteran bodybuilder and 2017 winner of the prestigious Arnold Classic. His […]

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Not enough charging stations, EV policy for govt vehicles postponed by a year

[ad_1] The Maharashtra government has decided to postpone the implementation of its new Electric Vehicle (EV) policy by one year. According to the policy, from April 2022, all new government vehicles, either owned or leased, operating in major cities would have to be electric cars. The move comes after opposition from various government departments which […]

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China’s Huawei Suspends Some Russian Operations, Fearing Sanctions

[ad_1] Chinese telecom giant Huawei suspended some of its operations in Russia this week, evidently nervous that Western sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine would become a crushing burden if added to U.S. sanctions already imposed on the company. “Huawei has furloughed part of its staff in its Moscow office for a month […]

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Justice Dept. Moves to Curb Police Abuses in Washington, D.C., and Massachusetts

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — The Justice Department took steps on Wednesday to overhaul policing practices in Washington, D.C., and Springfield, Mass., such as how and when to use force, as President Biden works to fulfill his campaign promise to curb police abuses. The department said it had reached an agreement with the city of Springfield, Mass., […]

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Elderly man, 79, set on fire in Honolulu Chinatown

[ad_1] Warning: This article contains mentions of a person who was severely burned after being set on fire. Police are searching for a suspect accused of setting an elderly man on fire in Honolulu’s Chinatown on Tuesday morning. The attack, which was captured by a surveillance camera, occurred at the Chinatown Cultural Plaza in the […]

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‘Accused failed to explain his death’: Woman gets life in jail for 6-year-old son’s murder

[ad_1] In a recent order, a sessions court sentenced a 30-year-old woman to life imprisonment for the murder of her six-year-old son in 2016. Additional Sessions Judge Milind A Bhosale found the woman guilty on charges under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code. The police had claimed that the woman, Savitra Dornale, had […]

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‘I’m Focused on’ Subway Attack

[ad_1] During an interview on Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom” that took place before the capture of the suspect in the New York subway attack, New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) dodged why some children in New York have to wear masks in school while he didn’t wear a mask […]

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Jan. 6 Suspect Blames Trump for Spurring Him to Capitol Riot

[ad_1] Instead, at his trial this week, Mr. Shamansky has painted Mr. Thompson as an impressionable man who filled his days of pandemic-driven isolation with a steady diet of election fraud conspiracy theories. Mr. Thompson agreed that a “perfect storm” of circumstances, as Mr. Shamansky put it, had caused him to fall prey to Mr. […]

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Texas Governor Dumps First Busload Of Migrants In DC For Political Stunt

[ad_1] Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) congratulated himself Wednesday for dumping a busload of immigrants in the heart of Washington, D.C., as part of a political tantrum over President Joe Biden’s immigration policies. The stunt allows the Biden administration “to more immediately meet the needs of the people they are allowing to cross our border,” […]

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Earthquakes recorded near Alaska volcano dormant 800 years

[ad_1] ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Hundreds of small earthquakes have been reported near a volcano in southeast Alaska believed to have been dormant for at least 800 years. The cause of the quakes under Mount Edgecumbe, a volcano near Sitka that resembles Mount Fuji in Japan, are not known. However, they may not be an […]

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