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a police party of the Mauli Jagran police post was attacked when they went to apprehend the two accused.the ardent fans were missing.Bangalore, Commenting on the status of the play offs, MCA president Ajay Shirke, Michael Flynn Jr. who has also come under investigation from Mueller’s team of prosecutors declined to comment The New York Times first reported the decision Flynn was forced to resign as national security adviser in February after White House officials concluded that he had misled them about the nature of his contacts during the transition period with the Russian ambassador to the United States He was interviewed by the FBI in January about his communications with the ambassador Sergey Kislyak The deputy attorney general at the time Sally Yates soon advised White House officials that their public assertions that Flynn had not discussed sanctions with Kislyak were incorrect and that Flynn was therefore in a compromised position Flynn was facing a Justice Department investigation over his foreign business dealings even before Mueller was appointed as special counsel in May to investigate potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election Mueller has since inherited that investigation Flynn a prominent Trump backer on the campaign trail has been a key figure in Mueller’s probe and of particular interest to Trump Former FBI Director James Comey for instance said that Trump encouraged him to end an FBI investigation into Flynn during a private Oval Office meeting in February In addition to scrutinizing Flynn’s contacts with Russia during the transition and campaign Mueller has been investigating the retired US Army lieutenant general’s role in $530000 worth of lobbying work his now-defunct firm performed for a Turkish businessman during the final months of the 2016 presidential campaign The lobbying campaign sought to gather derogatory information on Fethullah Gulen a Turkish cleric and green-card holder living in Pennsylvania Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Gulen of being behind a botched coup and has sought his extradition Gulen has denied the allegations and US officials have rebuffed Turkey’s extradition demands citing a lack of evidence Flynn and his firm Flynn Intel Group carried out the lobbying and research work for several months meeting with officials from the US and Turkish governments Flynn also published an op-ed on Election Day in The Hill newspaper parroting many of the Turkish government’s talking points about Gulen At the time neither Flynn nor his company was registered with the Justice Department to represent Turkish interests Soon after the publication of the op-ed the Justice Department began investigating Flynn’s lobbying work and in March he registered with the department as a foreign agent In federal filings Flynn acknowledged the work could have benefited the government of Turkey Since then FBI agents working for Mueller have been investigating whether the Turkish government was directing the lobbying work and not a private company owned by a Turkish businessman Ekim Alptekin as Flynn’s firm has contended FBI agents have also been asking about Flynn’s business partner Bijan Kian who served on Trump’s presidential transition and his son Michael Flynn Jr, a lawyer for Flynn,4 billion euros of its fiscal surplus into welfare handouts, The Greek economy is expected to grow 2. charge or identify the man.

” Turnbull told reporters in Sydney. Watch what else is in the news “Stronger implementation of existing laws and sensitisation of police has to be done, “Whether online or offline,tracks were raised over time reducing the gap between OHE and ROBs, said a senior railway official Locations like Currey RoadKurlaMasjid are low-lying areas of the city where tracks have been elevated Railway officials warn the mistakes done decades ago should not be repeated The gapunder Direct Current (DC) tractionshould be around 55 metres The existing gap is around 47 metres For foot overbridges (FOBs)it should 625 metres Althogh the existing gap is enough to prevent electrocution of people on the bridgeit increases chances of OHE failureofficials say They say after the change in traction from the DC to 25000 KV Alternate Current (AC) the mandatory minimum gap would be 58 metres Under Phase II of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP)some six bridges have to be scrapped Carnac BunderCurrey Road Bridgethe Garden BridgeHancock bridge and Matunga flyover on the Central Railway and the Carol Bridge (Elphinstone-Parel) Bridgehave to demolished and rebuilt to make way for AC traction For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News They explain the gap has dipped dangerously because of tracks being elevated over the decades to prevent waterlogging.Pradesh Bachao? During the campaignshe will hold meetings in villages dominated by communities like NishadsKevat and Kashyap which work as boatmen and fishermen These castes are among OBCs and Uma will speak on how they have been ignored by the Mayawati and Mulayam Singh governmentsand what the BJP proposes to do about them For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPradesh Bachao?who were considering lodging a complaint with the state women’s commission,runs a money-lending business.Written by Jahnvi Sreedhar | Published: February 21

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first_imgNewsPoliticsLimerick Senator expresses concern with high costs of motor insuranceBy Staff Reporter – February 15, 2018 1520 Living City review to focus on poor response in Georgian Limerick TAGSCentral Statistics OfficeFine GaelMaria ByrneMinster for Finance Previous article​​Limerick tops the rankings as one of Europe’s Cities of the FutureNext articleCoillte Biking Blitz glides back to Limerick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Facebook Advance sale of graves could lead to cemetery ‘apartheid’ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Email Limerick Fine Gael Senator Maria ByrneLimerick based Senator Maria Byrne raised the issue of the high costs of motor insurance with her Fine Gael colleague, the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, TD.Senator Maria Byrne says that while figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) released in 2017 showed a 14% drop in the cost of motor insurance, costs still remain high and there is much more work to do to make motor insurance affordable. Senator Byrne said: “While this 14% decrease is encouraging, costs still remain high and there is much more work to do to make motor insurance affordable for people across Ireland.“Fine Gael recognises that it is possible for the State to play a role in helping to stabilise the market and deal with factors contributing to the cost of insurance.  For this reason the Cost of Insurance Working Group was established in 2016.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “I welcome the announcement from the Minster of Finance, Minister Donohoe that the fourth quarterly update on the implementation of each of the 71 recommendations contained in the report will be published in the coming days and that work is continuing on the development of an insurance fraud database in the Department of Justice and Equality and an uninsured driving database in the Department of Transport Tourism and Sport.“The government has also approved the General Scheme of a Bill to establish a new National Claims Information Database in the Central Bank that will collect aggregate information linked to claims for private motor business from motor insurers to provide greater transparency on claim trends” She concluded.More about politics here. center_img Print Homelessness is a real worry in Abbeyfeale Advertisement Deputy Tom is fired up for the challenge Linkedin Twitter Sarah’s winning recipe to keep cabin fever at bay Mayor’s driver will earn more than ‘underpaid’ councillorslast_img

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