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22 Jan 19
KYROS INSTITUTE

INDIAN AFFAIRS Nirmala Sitharaman launched Tamil Nadu defence industrial Corridor On Jan 20, 2019,Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman launched a series of projects as a part of the Tamil Nadu Defence Industrial Corridor in Tiruchirppalli.This is considered to be the second corridor succeeding the one launched in Aligarh,Uttar Pradesh. Points to be Noted i. This is considered to be […]

22 Jan 19
[DOOR FLIES OPEN]

As you undoubtedly know, it’s Award Season in Hollywood: The Golden Globes, the Oscars, and, of course, the AVN Awards. Make it Snow will be giving you the best preview for the Oscars and I have made it my mission to provide you the best AVN Award preview on any website that doesn’t require parental […]

22 Jan 19
Social News XYZ

New Delhi, Jan 22 (IANS) The Election Commission on Tuesday lodged a complaint with the police against Syed Shuja who has claimed that the 2014 Lok Sabha elections were rigged by hacking the electronic voting machines (EVMs). In a letter to Deputy Commissioner of Police, New Delhi, the EC has said that Shuja’s claims made […]

22 Jan 19
World Site News

Business Standard The EC asked Delhi Police to “investigate promptly” the statement made by Shuja on Monday at an event in London that the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) can be tempered with File photo of polling officials checking Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) at a distribution centre ahead of voting The Election Commission on Tuesday asked…

22 Jan 19
National Post

LONDON — The Latest on the search for small passenger plane that disappeared off the coast of Guernsey with Argentine soccer player Emiliano Sala on board (all times local): —— 12:30 p.m. An official involved in the search for a plane with Argentine soccer player Emiliano Sala on board says he is not expecting any […]

22 Jan 19
Jax's Corner

On Monday Israel said they Struck multiple Iranian targets in Syria following a missile attack that was intercepted by Israeli defense systems.  This major escalation follows the beginning of U.S. troops withdrawing from the area earlier this month. In a strong message to Tehran Israel launched wide-ranging strikes against Iranian targets in Syria.  This Missile […]

22 Jan 19
BikinginLA

In case you missed it yesterday, an LA-based traffic safety denier penned a virtually fact free, alternative universe op-ed attacking road diets and Vision Zero that was inexplicably published in Saturday’s Wall Street Journal, apparently without the benefit of fact checking. You can see my dissection and rebuttal of his arguments here. ……… Tragic news from Highland, where Erik Griswold […]

22 Jan 19
Attention please

Syed Shuja, who addressed a press conference in London on January 21, caused public mischief, the Commission writes in a letter to Delhi Police. from The Hindu – Home http://bit.ly/2sFp9ov

22 Jan 19
CHINDIA ALERT: You'll be living in their world, very soon

A senior EC official said on Monday evening, “ECI firmly stands by the empirical facts about foolproof nature of the ECI EVMs deployed in elections in India. Whereas, ECI has been wary of becoming a party to this motivated slugfest, ECI maintains that its EVMs are foolproof.” SNS Web | New Delhi | January 22, 2019 […]

22 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
INSTAGRAM rich kid Stephanie Scolaro swerved jail after admitting to importing £18,000 worth of endangered python skin fashion accessories into the UK. Here’s what you need to know about Stephanie Scolaro. Stephanie Scolaro swerved jail after admitting to importing £18,000 worth of endangered python skin fashion accessories into the UK Who is Stephanie Scolaro? Instagram rich kid Scolaro, is 26 and lives in Marylebone, West London. She has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts images of herself in exotic locations across the globe. She is the daughter of Italian mining tycoon Francesco Scolaro and a British mother and regularly flies by private plane to family homes in Monaco, Ibiza and New York. Scolaro’s sister appeared on the Channel 4 reality TV show Rich Kids Of Instagram. She has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts images of herself in exotic locations across the globe Why was she arrested? Police began investigating the model after a package sent from Indonesia was stopped in Germany as it was sent via Leipzig by German customs who then alerted British authorities and forwarded the DHL parcel on to the UK. Customs officials seized another shipment of eight caps and another large bag made of illegal skins was stopped at Heathrow Airport on March 8 2017. Scolaro was arrested and interviewed on the same day by police and gave a no comment interview. Police later found two forged importation certificates, which counsel had used to argue that the defendant herself had been scammed by Indonesian snake farmers. In total, police seized 35 caps, valued at around £12,215, alongside a large snakeskin bag that Scolaro had listed for £2,800 on her website. She was also charged with keeping specimens of python leather at her luxury home in Park View Residences, Marylebone, on March 8 2017. Scolaro sold snakeskin baseball caps and bags via her website “SS Python” as well as her Instagram account and through a boutique in Marylebone and a menswear shop in Bexleyheath. She admitted two counts of importing goods with the intent to evade a prohibition, two counts of keeping for sale a species acquired unlawfully and two counts of selling a species unlawfully imported. On January 21, she was handed a 12 month community order requiring her to carry out 160 hours unpaid work. Blasting the spoilt snakeskin smuggler, Judge Michael Gledhill QC told her: “I take the view that this is a young woman who, for all sorts of different reasons, is utterly self-centred – her entire life is utterly centred around herself. “One of the reasons is that over the years, all her life, she has been given exactly what she likes.” He added: “How they are skinned alive, how they are endangered – that doesn’t cross her mind, it does not concern her. All she is concerned about is getting hold of some accessories that she can sell. “I hope you have done some research that makes you think, ‘what on earth was I doing even contemplating importing endangered species.’ It is pretty obvious to anybody with any intelligence that exotic animals are likely to be endangered and their trade regulated.” Scolaro admitted two counts of importing goods with the intent to evade a prohibition, two counts of keeping for sale a species acquired unlawfully and two counts of selling a species unlawfully imported On January 21, she was handed a 12 month community order requiring her to carry out 160 hours unpaid work [article-rail-section title=”READ MORE IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] However, Scolaro hit back at the judge’s comments and insisted that she was used as an “advertising campaign” because of “who she is”. The swimwear model claimed she had no idea pythons were endangered or shipping the goods to Britain was illegal and added: “It’s not as if I killed a snake.” Scolaro, who is no longer working, also said she wouldn’t have started her business if she would have known it was “cruel.” She told The Sun Online: “Obviously I was very stressed out and I think I was used an advertising campaign by the wildlife crime unit.” She continued: “I’m being bullied; people are calling me trash and saying I should’ve gone to jail. “I feel like I’ve been singled out but people need to accept that people make mistakes, I’m human like everyone else – no one is perfect.” [bc_video video_id=”5991910466001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rich Kid of Instagram Stephanie Scolaro shows off her curves in a swimwear advert “] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
22 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
INSTAGRAM rich kid Stephanie Scolaro swerved jail after admitting to importing £18,000 worth of endangered python skin fashion accessories into the UK. Here’s what you need to know about Stephanie Scolaro. Stephanie Scolaro swerved jail after admitting to importing £18,000 worth of endangered python skin fashion accessories into the UK Who is Stephanie Scolaro? Instagram rich kid Scolaro, is 26 and lives in Marylebone, West London. She has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts images of herself in exotic locations across the globe. She is the daughter of Italian mining tycoon Francesco Scolaro and a British mother and regularly flies by private plane to family homes in Monaco, Ibiza and New York. Scolaro’s sister appeared on the Channel 4 reality TV show Rich Kids Of Instagram. She has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts images of herself in exotic locations across the globe Why was she arrested? Police began investigating the model after a package sent from Indonesia was stopped in Germany as it was sent via Leipzig by German customs who then alerted British authorities and forwarded the DHL parcel on to the UK. Customs officials seized another shipment of eight caps and another large bag made of illegal skins was stopped at Heathrow Airport on March 8 2017. Scolaro was arrested and interviewed on the same day by police and gave a no comment interview. Police later found two forged importation certificates, which counsel had used to argue that the defendant herself had been scammed by Indonesian snake farmers. In total, police seized 35 caps, valued at around £12,215, alongside a large snakeskin bag that Scolaro had listed for £2,800 on her website. She was also charged with keeping specimens of python leather at her luxury home in Park View Residences, Marylebone, on March 8 2017. Scolaro sold snakeskin baseball caps and bags via her website “SS Python” as well as her Instagram account and through a boutique in Marylebone and a menswear shop in Bexleyheath. She admitted two counts of importing goods with the intent to evade a prohibition, two counts of keeping for sale a species acquired unlawfully and two counts of selling a species unlawfully imported. On January 21, she was handed a 12 month community order requiring her to carry out 160 hours unpaid work. Blasting the spoilt snakeskin smuggler, Judge Michael Gledhill QC told her: “I take the view that this is a young woman who, for all sorts of different reasons, is utterly self-centred – her entire life is utterly centred around herself. “One of the reasons is that over the years, all her life, she has been given exactly what she likes.” He added: “How they are skinned alive, how they are endangered – that doesn’t cross her mind, it does not concern her. All she is concerned about is getting hold of some accessories that she can sell. “I hope you have done some research that makes you think, ‘what on earth was I doing even contemplating importing endangered species.’ It is pretty obvious to anybody with any intelligence that exotic animals are likely to be endangered and their trade regulated.” Scolaro admitted two counts of importing goods with the intent to evade a prohibition, two counts of keeping for sale a species acquired unlawfully and two counts of selling a species unlawfully imported On January 21, she was handed a 12 month community order requiring her to carry out 160 hours unpaid work [article-rail-section title=”READ MORE IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] However, Scolaro hit back at the judge’s comments and insisted that she was used as an “advertising campaign” because of “who she is”. The swimwear model claimed she had no idea pythons were endangered or shipping the goods to Britain was illegal and added: “It’s not as if I killed a snake.” Scolaro, who is no longer working, also said she wouldn’t have started her business if she would have known it was “cruel.” She told The Sun Online: “Obviously I was very stressed out and I think I was used an advertising campaign by the wildlife crime unit.” She continued: “I’m being bullied; people are calling me trash and saying I should’ve gone to jail. “I feel like I’ve been singled out but people need to accept that people make mistakes, I’m human like everyone else – no one is perfect.” [bc_video video_id=”5991910466001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rich Kid of Instagram Stephanie Scolaro shows off her curves in a swimwear advert “] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
22 Jan 19
The Sun
INSTAGRAM rich kid Stephanie Scolaro swerved jail after admitting to importing £18,000 worth of endangered python skin fashion accessories into the UK. Here’s what you need to know about Stephanie Scolaro. Stephanie Scolaro swerved jail after admitting to importing £18,000 worth of endangered python skin fashion accessories into the UK Who is Stephanie Scolaro? Instagram rich kid Scolaro, is 26 and lives in Marylebone, West London. She has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts images of herself in exotic locations across the globe. She is the daughter of Italian mining tycoon Francesco Scolaro and a British mother and regularly flies by private plane to family homes in Monaco, Ibiza and New York. Scolaro’s sister appeared on the Channel 4 reality TV show Rich Kids Of Instagram. She has more than 90,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts images of herself in exotic locations across the globe Why was she arrested? Police began investigating the model after a package sent from Indonesia was stopped in Germany as it was sent via Leipzig by German customs who then alerted British authorities and forwarded the DHL parcel on to the UK. Customs officials seized another shipment of eight caps and another large bag made of illegal skins was stopped at Heathrow Airport on March 8 2017. Scolaro was arrested and interviewed on the same day by police and gave a no comment interview. Police later found two forged importation certificates, which counsel had used to argue that the defendant herself had been scammed by Indonesian snake farmers. In total, police seized 35 caps, valued at around £12,215, alongside a large snakeskin bag that Scolaro had listed for £2,800 on her website. She was also charged with keeping specimens of python leather at her luxury home in Park View Residences, Marylebone, on March 8 2017. Scolaro sold snakeskin baseball caps and bags via her website “SS Python” as well as her Instagram account and through a boutique in Marylebone and a menswear shop in Bexleyheath. She admitted two counts of importing goods with the intent to evade a prohibition, two counts of keeping for sale a species acquired unlawfully and two counts of selling a species unlawfully imported. On January 21, she was handed a 12 month community order requiring her to carry out 160 hours unpaid work. Blasting the spoilt snakeskin smuggler, Judge Michael Gledhill QC told her: “I take the view that this is a young woman who, for all sorts of different reasons, is utterly self-centred – her entire life is utterly centred around herself. “One of the reasons is that over the years, all her life, she has been given exactly what she likes.” He added: “How they are skinned alive, how they are endangered – that doesn’t cross her mind, it does not concern her. All she is concerned about is getting hold of some accessories that she can sell. “I hope you have done some research that makes you think, ‘what on earth was I doing even contemplating importing endangered species.’ It is pretty obvious to anybody with any intelligence that exotic animals are likely to be endangered and their trade regulated.” Scolaro admitted two counts of importing goods with the intent to evade a prohibition, two counts of keeping for sale a species acquired unlawfully and two counts of selling a species unlawfully imported On January 21, she was handed a 12 month community order requiring her to carry out 160 hours unpaid work [article-rail-section title=”READ MORE IN NEWS” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] However, Scolaro hit back at the judge’s comments and insisted that she was used as an “advertising campaign” because of “who she is”. The swimwear model claimed she had no idea pythons were endangered or shipping the goods to Britain was illegal and added: “It’s not as if I killed a snake.” Scolaro, who is no longer working, also said she wouldn’t have started her business if she would have known it was “cruel.” She told The Sun Online: “Obviously I was very stressed out and I think I was used an advertising campaign by the wildlife crime unit.” She continued: “I’m being bullied; people are calling me trash and saying I should’ve gone to jail. “I feel like I’ve been singled out but people need to accept that people make mistakes, I’m human like everyone else – no one is perfect.” [bc_video video_id=”5991910466001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rich Kid of Instagram Stephanie Scolaro shows off her curves in a swimwear advert “] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
22 Jan 19
INDIA NEWS

Syed Shuja, who addressed a press conference in London on January 21, caused public mischief, the Commission writes in its letter. from The Hindu – National http://bit.ly/2sFp9ov

22 Jan 19
Latest news

The Election Commission of India has written to the Delhi Police, asking that a case be lodged against a London-based hacker who made a series of unsubstantiated claims that the Electronic Voting… from NDTV News – Latest http://bit.ly/2HqDoYC

22 Jan 19
Saikumar

The Election Commission of India has written to the Delhi Police, asking that a case be lodged against a London-based hacker who made a series of unsubstantiated claims that the Electronic Voting… from NDTV News – Special http://bit.ly/2HqDoYC