With a $50,000 grand prize for charity on the line, celebrities from different walks of life compete in the ultimate Chopped Tournament of Stars, premiering Sunday, March 9th at 9pm ET/PT on Food Network.The five-part competition series, hosted by Ted Allen, includes four celebrities going head-to-head each week in themed episodes over three rounds: appetizer, entrée and dessert – each featuring mystery ingredients within the Chopped basket. Featuring sports stars, comedians, actors, and for the first time, veterans from Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off, the celebrities are judged by a rotating roster of Chopped regulars, including Maneet Chauhan, Amanda Freitag, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Chris Santos and Geoffrey Zakarian, to determine which celebrity will advance each week to face off in the finale on Sunday, April 6th at 9pm ET/PT, with a chance to win the grand prize for the charity of their choice.“This tournament brings together the most diverse, talented group of celebrities we have ever had compete in the Chopped Kitchen, ” said Bob Tuschman, General Manager and Senior Vice President Programming, Food Network. “With $50,000 on the line for their charity, these celebs fill the kitchen with action, drama and comedy as they do everything they can to be the victor.”Additionally, if you ever looked in your fridge, hoping for inspiration to strike, never again let the question “What’s for dinner?” stump you. On April 8th be the first to learn tips and secrets for combining pantry staples into exciting meals in The Chopped Cookbook: Use What You’ve Got to Cook Something Great, from Clarkson Potter. By showing how to spin your favorite ingredients into 188 fun, doable, and delicious recipes, the culinary masterminds at Food Network set you up for mealtime victory every night.Episodes include: Premiering Sunday, March 9th at 9pm ET/PT “Sports Stars!” Four famous athletes bring their fierceness and passion to the Chopped Kitchen for a five-part $50,000 celebrity tournament! With the charities they are playing for in their minds, the competitors open the first basket to find a scary ingredient – alligator. Then in the entrée round, the celebs must cook with some strange eggs and some tiny limes. The final two sports stars that make it to the dessert round put their athleticism and enthusiasm into making a great final dish that includes crystallized ginger and wafer cookies. Competitors: Brandi Chastain, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Greg Louganis, Charles Oakley Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Geoffrey Zakarian Premiering Sunday, March 23rd at 9pm ET/PT ”Comedians!” Bringing the funny to the Chopped Kitchen, four comedians compete for a chance to move on to the $50,000 finale. Playing for their favorite charities, the stars open up the first basket and get a pork delicacy and a gummy candy. Then in the entrée round, the three comedians left must make jalapeño poppers palatable with beer can chicken. With vanilla cupcakes in the final basket, transforming the ingredient becomes key for the two finalists. Competitors: Tommy Davidson, Sinbad, Gillian Vigman, Robert Wuhl Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Chris Santos, Geoffrey Zakarian Premiering Sunday, April 6th at 9pm ET/PT “Finale!” The four amazing finalists open the first basket and get a drive-thru snack and a cold dessert. $50,000 is destined to go to one of the last three celebrities’ favorite charities, but which stars will have good luck with the duck in the entrée basket? The final round of the celebrity tournament is bound to be intense as the competitors must have enough culinary stamina left to make something tasty, beautiful and creative from churros and champagne. Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Geoffrey ZakarianChopped is produced by Notional Entertainment.Source:Multivu.com Premiering Sunday, March 30th at 9pm ET/PT ”Actors!” With only one spot left in the $50,000 charity tournament, four actors bravely take on the role of chef. In the first round, one competitor tries desperately to figure out the right cooking technique for a tricky ingredient. A pretty citrus fruit and a spiny lobster are two of the mystery ingredients that the competitors must demystify in the entrée round. In the final round, the two remaining stars make a mess in the kitchen with some very creative desserts with mascarpone and strawberries. Competitors: Lucas Grabeel, Michael Imperioli, Peter Scolari, Tasha Smith Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Amanda Freitag, Alex Guarnaschelli Premiering Sunday, March 16th at 9pm ET/PT ”Rachael vs. Guy!” These four competitors are all cooking-competition veterans, alums of Food Network’s Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off, but they have never stepped foot in the Chopped Kitchen! How will they do with beef tongue and microwaveable chocolate cake in the appetizer basket? Then the stars have a pizza party in the entrée round after they discover leftover slices in the basket. With hopes of making it to the $50,000 finale, two competitors must make desserts using chocolate bars and banana chips. Competitors: Penn Jillette, Coolio, Lou Diamond Phillips, Carnie Wilson Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Marc Murphy, Chris Santos
“We are going to look at this in a similar fashion as any other type of emergency. By creating an emergency operations centre, so to speak and bringing in the resources needed to accommodate and manage the impacts of the emergency,” says Ackerman. The City and District of Taylor have already reached out to the Forestry Practices Alliance of Canada, the Health Authority, the School District, the Northern Development Initiative trust for their internship program and the Community Development Institute of UNBC, all groups that have walked other communities through similar economic downturns.The Mayor expresses that she wants other industries that are operating in the area to recognize and acknowledge, “local hire and local contractors,” with the hopes that laid-off employees get opportunities to transition into one of the other industries.“We need to ensure our forestry workers completely understand that their Councils are not letting this go and we are not going to let them down,” said the Mayor “Our request to the Ministry this afternoon (June 14th) will really be a transfer of support. We are going to be looking for, in the same way, other communities have done for funding for emergencies.”“We are going to look at funding for adapting to whatever is going to happen, here to ensure we have the mental health support,” said Mayor Ackerman, “make sure we can soften whatever has happened and hopefully say goodbye to one industry and move to another one with a smooth transition.”Mayor Ackerman shares a quote her father always taught her, “You will never live long enough to learn everything yourself.” The Mayor hopes that with both Councils working together, they can share the workload.“There is going to be a lot of conversations about this over the next little while,” she said as they continue to look at supports such as mental health. “We are not letting this go and not letting them down,” said Mayor Ackerman. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John and Taylor Councils coming together to address recent mill closures.Mayor Lori Ackerman says Fort St. John Council is working with the District of Taylor Council. Both Councils are aware that the closure at the Peace Valley OSB Mill and the temporary curtailment at the Canfor facility in Taylor will affect residents in both communities.Mayor Ackerman shared that a steering group is being created from both communities, to create a unified strategy. As the Mayor said, “We’ve seen shutdowns in other communities. In Fort St John, we have already considered this risk, we have seen it over the decades.”
Some 2.6 million people – representing 35 per cent of the population – are believed to be in need of food aid in the country, which has not had a functioning government since 1991. That number is expected to rise to 3.5 million by December.WFP says that insecurity, drought and successive poor harvests are only worsening the suffering of millions, and pushing thousands more into poverty. Price rises in basic commodities and the weakness of the Somali shilling have only added to the misery.“Somalia is at a dire crossroads,” Peter Goossens, WFP’s Country Director for Somalia told a news conference today in London. “If sufficient food and other humanitarian assistance cannot be scaled up in the coming months, parts of the country could well be in the grips of disaster similar to the 1992-1993 famine, when hundreds of thousands of people perished.”Mr. Goossens warned that deteriorating security was hindering land and sea deliveries of food. Some 90 per cent of the food aid distributed to Somalis arrives by sea.WFP has appealed to countries to provide naval escorts to protect WFP food ships against piracy. France, Denmark and the Netherlands had done so over the last eight months but the agency has received no commitments for further escorts beyond June.The humanitarian aid operation is also being hindered by a spate of killings or kidnappings of staff from UN agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).WFP has to double the amount of people it feeds from more than one million per month, to 2.4 million by December. CARE International and the International Committee of the Red Cross are to assist the remaining 1.1 million. 18 July 2008Attacks on aid workers and threats to ships delivering food aid to Somalia, coupled with the effects of drought and poor harvest, have left millions in the strife-torn nation in need of urgent aid, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said today.
B. Lynn Pascoe, Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs and chair of the Board of the Trust Fund to Support Initiatives of States Countering Piracy off the Coast of Somalia, unveiled $2.1 million of projects after a meeting of the fund at UN Headquarters in New York.The five projects being backed by the fund, which was set up in January by the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia, are focused largely on efforts to prosecute piracy suspects.Four projects will help strengthen institutions in the Seychelles and the autonomous Somali regions of Puntland and Somaliland in such areas as mentoring prosecutors and police, building and renovating prisons, reviewing domestic laws in piracy and increasing the capacity of local courts. A fifth project aims to help local media disseminate anti-piracy messages within Somalia.The Seychelles, as well as Kenya, has become a regional centre for the prosecution of pirates, who menace the coast of Somalia and disrupt international shipping routes near the Horn of Africa.Mr. Pascoe stressed today that the piracy off the Somali coast has become a problem not just for the immediate region, but for the wider world as well.“Prosecuting suspected pirates is an important piece of the international strategy to combat the problem,” he said, adding that the fund needs fresh donations so that it can back other projects in the future.Already it has established an emergency funding facility that offsets the costs involved in prosecuting piracy suspects, such as travel expenses for witnesses, court equipment and the transport of suspects.The fund has 10 voting members – Djibouti, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Kenya, the Marshall Islands, Norway, Somalia and the United States. It also has three non-voting UN members – the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the UN Country Team for Somalia. 23 April 2010A United Nations trust fund set up as part of the international fight against maritime piracy today announced plans to support a series of five projects that are aimed at assisting Somalia and its neighbours to tackle the scourge.
Discarded batteries and ink cartridges are finding a new life as a way to raise funds.Brock Student Ambassadors (BSA) runs a very successful fundraising program through the Brock chapter of Think Recycle. The recycling program ensures that batteries and ink cartridges used on campus and surrounding areas are being disposed of properly.BSA is a student group directly affiliated with the Brock University Alumni Association and Brock Alumni Relations. The BSA engages with alumni, represents student leaders at alumni functions, and volunteers in various initiatives on campus.All funds from Think Recycle support students. The funds from batteries are put towards a scholarship for an environmental student. Ink cartridge recycling funds go to other grants and scholarships for Brock students.In January, the BSA received recognition and an opportunity to share its success story with Think Recycle. The BSA earned $1,186.25, one of top contributors in 2011-12, part of a national initiative.The success of Think Recycle is a result of the connections that the students of the BSA have made on campus. Grants and scholarships are a wonderful incentive for students to become involved with green initiatives like Think Recycle.
SAN FRANCISCO — Google employees are calling on the company to pledge it won’t work with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection or Immigration and Customs Enforcement agencies. It’s the latest pushback from the tech giant’s workforce.A group of employees posted a petition publicly urging the company not to bid on a cloud computing contract for CBP. Google has not commented.More than 700 Google employees had signed the petition by Tuesday afternoon. Citing a “system of abuse” and “malign neglect” by the agencies, the petition demands Google not provide any technical services to CBP, ICE or the Office of Refugee Resettlement until the agencies “stop engaging in human rights abuses.”Google employees have led a growing trend in which some tech workers take public stands against their employers’ policies.By Rachel Lerman, The Associated Press
Global Trends – Forced Displacements in 2015 Trends in a glance – 2015 in review The colourful vouchers can be exchanged by Burundian refugees for food of their choice, in camp Lucenda, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), at food fairs organized by WFP with local merchants. Yellow is for corn flour, red is for beans, blue is for salt. Photo: WFP/Leonora Baumann Global Trends – Forced Displacements in 2015 Hundreds of Burundian refugees aboard the MV Liemba en route to Nyaragusu refugee camp Global Trends – Forced Displacements in 2015 Trends in a glance – 2015 in review The Global Trends 2015 compiled by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) notes that 65.3 million people were displaced at the end of 2015, an increase of more than 5 million from 59.5 million a year earlier.The tally comprises 21.3 million refugees, 3.2 million asylum seekers, and 40.8 million people internally displaced within their own countries.Measured against the world’s population of 7.4 billion people, one in every 113 people globally is now either a refugee, an asylum-seeker or internally displaced – putting them at a level of risk for which UNHCR knows no precedent.On average, 24 people were forced to flee each minute in 2015, four times more than a decade earlier, when six people fled every 60 seconds.Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia produce half the world’s refugees, at 4.9 million, 2.7 million and 1.1 million, respectively.Colombia had the largest numbers of internally displaced people (IDPs), at 6.9 million, followed by Syria’s 6.6 million and Iraq’s 4.4 million.While the spotlight last year was on Europe’s challenge to manage more than one million refugees and migrants who arrived via the Mediterranean, the report shows that the vast majority of the world’s refugees were in developing countries in the global south.In all, 86 per cent of the refugees under UNHCR’s mandate in 2015 were in low- and middle-income countries close to situations of conflict. Yet, there is cause for hope. Citing host communities, individuals, and families opening their homes, he said “these ordinary people see refugees not as beggars, competitors for jobs, or terrorists – but as people like you or me whose lives have been disrupted by war.”“UNHCR sees 2016 as a watershed moment for the refugee cause,” he stressed. As wars spiral out of control, this must be a year to take collective responsibility and action to end the conflicts which force people to flee and also a year to help the millions of people whose lives have been destroyed by violence.“World leaders can no longer watch passively as so many lives are needlessly lost,” he said, also noting that the upcoming General Assembly meeting on addressing large movements of refugees and migrants will put all to the test.For its part, UNHCR launched last week the #WithRefugees initiative to generate momentum towards that meeting, he added.Numbers do not capture hardship of displaced Mogens Lykketoft, UN General Assembly President, said the numbers do little justice to the pain and trauma that this crisis is causing for individual women, men and children across our world.“They fail to capture the hardship of those who flee and the fear of those who wait anxiously behind. They fail to capture the hopelessness of those held in detention centres or the final thoughts of those lost at sea without even a whisper,” he said.The numbers do little justice to the pain and trauma that this crisis is causing for individual women, men and children across our worldHe highlighted several points, including that the international community must intensify its efforts to find political solutions to conflicts, as they are the main drivers of humanitarian need. The UN and other institutions and agencies must be provided with sufficient and predictable resources needed to fulfil their mandates and respond to the incredible levels of need.In 2014, children constituted 51 per cent of the refugee population, with half of these missing out on primary education, he said. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to leave no one behind has placed a new obligation on all to reach those in situations of conflict, disasters, vulnerability and risk.Citing that almost nine out of every 10 refugees, 86 per cent, are in regions and countries considered economically less developed, he urged the international community to enhance its solidarity with refugee hosting countries.Given the scale of the crisis, current levels of third-country resettlement need to be reviewed, he pointed out. In 2014, only 15 per cent of the global resettlement needs were met. At least fifty thousand persons, including thousands of children died in the past two decades while seeking to cross international borders. Governments must create safe, orderly and regular pathways for refugees to move to other countries.Violations of international humanitarian and human rights law are of grave concern. All must speak out in the face of serious violations of international law. Xenophobic and racist rhetoric seems not only to be on the rise, but also to be becoming more socially and politically acceptable. This needs to change, he said. ‹ › Worldwide, Turkey was the largest host country, with 2.5 million refugees. In terms of the refugee-to-population ratio, Lebanon has the highest proportion, with nearly one refugee for every five citizens.Distressingly, children made up an astonishing 51 per cent of the world’s refugees in 2015, with many separated from their parents or travelling alone, UNHCR said.“Our responses to refugees must be grounded in our shared values of responsibility sharing, non-discrimination, and human rights and in international refugee law, including the principle of non-refoulement,” UN Secretary-General said in his message on the Day.“World Refugee Day is a moment for taking stock of the devastating impact of war and persecution on the lives of those forced to flee, and honouring their courage and resilience,” he said, noting that it is also a moment for paying tribute to the communities and States that receive and host them, often in remote border regions affected by poverty, instability and underdevelopment, and beyond the gaze of international attention.Last year, more than one million refugees and migrants arrived in Europe across the Mediterranean, in unseaworthy dinghies and flimsy boats. “Thousands did not make it – tragic testimony to our collective failure to properly address their plight,” Mr. Ban said.With anti-refugee rhetoric so loud, it is sometimes difficult to hear the voices of welcome. But these do exist, all around the worldHe stressed that meanwhile, divisive political rhetoric on asylum and migration issues, rising xenophobia, and restrictions on access to asylum have become increasingly visible in certain regions, and the spirit of shared responsibility has been replaced by a hate-filled narrative of intolerance.“With anti-refugee rhetoric so loud, it is sometimes difficult to hear the voices of welcome. But these do exist, all around the world,” he said, acknowledging an extraordinary outpouring of compassion and solidarity shown by host communities.The UN chief drew attention to the General Assembly’s High-Level Meeting on addressing large population movements on 19 September, which he said will offer an historic opportunity to agree a global compact, with a commitment towards collective action and greater shared responsibility for refugees at its core.This year, hopeful signs are hard to findUN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, said that each year, UNHCR seeks to find a glimmer of hope in the global statistics, but “this year the hopeful signs are hard to find.”He warned that instead of burden sharing, nations are closing their borders and that instead of political will, there is political paralysis. And humanitarian organizations like his are left to deal with the consequences, while at the same time struggling to save lives on limited budgets.
Five persons, including a tattoo artists and a Jamaican National were this morning arraigned for the execution style killing of Lilawattie Muhammed, 45, in her lot 198 Sixth Street Tain Corentyne, Berbice home on Tuesday last.DEAD: Lilawatie MuhammedThe suspects appeared at the Number 51 Magistrate Court and were charged jointly for the February 7, 2017 killing.They are Oliver Permaul 36, of lot 100 Tain, his wife Nazeema Permaul, 42, Andre James also called ‘Andy’ 26, a tattoo artist of lot 46 ‘A’ George Street, Rose Hall Town; Rohan Johnson also called ‘Jamakie’ 38, a carpenter of Jamaica and lot 107 Second Street Rose Hall Town and his reputed wife Shabikie Albert also called ‘Shabikie Thompson’.The five were not required to plea to the indictable charge.The matter has been transferred to the Whim Magistrate, where they are expected to appear on May 4, 2017.It had been reported earlier that a tattoo artist and a Jamaican had confessed to being the hit men but it was the Jamaican who reportedly pulled the trigger shooting the woman twice to her head.The now dead woman is said to have been involved in a relationship with a wealthy businessman who operated a lumber yard on the East Bank of Berbice and lived at Tain.The tattoo artist, a Jamaican from Rose Hall Town reportedly told police that they were allegedly hired by a barber who is said to have had been in a secret relationship with the businessman’s wife, to make the hit.When the woman was killed, the businessman’s wife was out of the country but subsequently returned.Meanwhile, police are still on the hunt for the businessman’s wife who is said to be the mastermind. She reportedly contacted the police through a lawyer claiming that her life was under threat and that she was going to turn herself in. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedWoman freed in domestic worker’s murder, four to lead defenseSeptember 26, 2018In “Court”Alleged mastermind in Berbice execution remandedFebruary 28, 2017In “Court”Alleged mastermind in domestic worker murder set freeMay 12, 2019In “Court”
Rep. Charisse Millett, R-Anchorage, debates an amendment to the state operating budget from the House floor last year. This year, her minority caucus has offered about 80 budget amendments. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)Alaska House lawmakers are on their third day of floor debate on the state’s operating budget.They’ve taken up more than 70 amendments, mostly offered by Republicans in the minority caucus. They voted down all but three amendments so far.At a press availability Thursday morning, House Minority Leader Charisse Millett said the debate is going smoothly.“We’ve offered about 80 amendments this year,” Millett said. “We’re working through those in very good fashion with the House Democrats. Unfortunately, they’re not accepting any of our amendments. And that’s OK, the conversation is still good for Alaskans to hear and to understand our ideas on how we can reduce the size and footprint of government.”Floor debate on the operating budget is expected to continue Thursday afternoon. Eventually, the budget bill will go to the Senate for deliberations.The House has just recessed until the call of the chair. It is expected that the’ll return this afternoon. #akleg— Gavel Alaska (@GavelAlaska) March 22, 2018You can tune into Gavel Alaska’s live coverage on 360 North television, 360North.org and Gavel Alaska’s Facebook page.
Ram Gopal Varma and Nara Chandrababu NaiduTwitterFilmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has once again provoked the followers of the TDP, by comparing Nara Chandrababu Naidu to comedian Brahmanandam, but this time was massively trolled on Twitter.It is known that the TDP got the release of Ram Gopal Varma’s Lakshmi’s NTR after it projected Nara Chandrababu Naidu in a bad light. Ever since, the filmmakers have been making fun of the former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh. Though the party threatened him with legal action, he seems to be least worried about it as he has continued to attack him.Ram Gopal Varma took to Twitter on Thursday to mock Nara Chandrababu Naidu. The director tweeted, “@ysjagan bursts into laughter every time @ncbn speaks in assembly ..The last time I saw such reaction is when people see Brahmanandam on screen ..So is TDP a comedy track in AP Assembly ..Just Asking!”But Ram Gopal Varma’s tweet did not go down well with many people, who attacked and trolled him in reply. Here are their reactions:Ram Bolla @r_bollaYeah….until the tables are turned! Nothing which is materialistic is permanent in this world. You say you read so much philosophy but still write nonsensical tweets? At least we laugh when Brahmi appears but you don’t even evoke laughs! Pretty sad!!DIVAKAR N SARVESH @divakar_sarveshNot a comedy piece like you. U know the whole world laughs at yoisyam @syamkumarjasthiU r also looking like comedian for all Ap n Telangana peopleSandeep Kumar Manku @Sunny_wRoRiThe same thing is happening with your movies RAMUKirantalluri @Kirantalluri2The whole world laughs at you than any one else. Stop all these pyscho acts.Mounika Yadav @mounikayadav33How u can so shameful @RGVzoomin. Whole state is suffering vt lack of proper leadership. U r insulting a 3time CM. What youth vl learn from ur statemnts. Try to respect people.being ur fan v dnt expct this from u.Srikanth Reddy K @ksreddy123#JustAsking I know ur pro @ysjagan and anti @ncbn , with ur influence can u get minor grievance done on my behalf with registration Dept, pursuing with jagan? Hope my tweet makes sense to you. Been following up for 4months now, sick and tired by now.SUPERFAKE⭐ @PavanKu25837620Siggu Leni janma Ra needi, blind hatred fellowNageswar @NageswaralwaysOr it could be that Jagan losst his mental equilibrium? Also, remember the Surpanakha reference PM modi made when Renuka Chaudhary laughed the same way in RS?Kranti @KrantiVeer999Vodka yesi full enjoy chesthunnattunnaru kadaa…enjoyyyyyHarryKrishna @Haresearch24One who can’t respond to anything or answer, keeps laughing. Hope you got the answerChandra Shekar @panditshekarMay be and similar situation occurs among-st today’s generation as they burst in to big laughter whenever I try to say RGV is a film director and used to make hit movies.He smiles at the cemetery as well. That is called perversion. #justsaying pic.twitter.com/mvJDkX7nKy— Kumar Reddy (@Ravi27B) July 11, 2019
by The Associated Press Posted Nov 14, 2018 11:21 am PDT Mrs. Oleson of ‘Little House’ Katherine MacGregor dead at 93 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email LOS ANGELES — Katherine MacGregor, who played petty, gossiping mother Harriet Oleson on TV’s “Little House on the Prairie,” has died at age 93.Her representative Tony Sears says MacGregor died Tuesday at the Motion Picture and Television Fund retirement community in Los Angeles.While her nasty daughter Nellie Oleson was the character viewers most loved to hate on the NBC show that ran from 1974 to 1983, her cruel, greedy mother Harriet Oleson was just as awful. They stood in contrast to the warm, loving members of the Ingalls family who were the show’s focus, and often the Olesons’ targets.The California-born MacGregor began as a dancer in New York before shifting to acting.Her screen career consisted of tiny film roles and TV guest spots before she landed on “Little House.”The Associated Press
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Sengar ruled outthe possibility of resignation "Does one tender resignation upon being accused Will you resign if your name comes up" the MLA asked the reporters #WATCH Kuldeep Singh Sengar BJP MLA from Unnao against whom a woman leveled rape allegationsrules out resignation Says ‘Naam kisi ka aane se koi isteefa de deta hai’ pictwittercom/G3ZttjIE4g ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) April 9 2018 "There is no allegation against me — I’m open to any kind of investigation Strict action should be taken against the real culprit"ANIquoted him as saying However thewoman had alleged that she was raped in June 2017 by Sengar She also accused the police in Unnao of not taking any action or registering a case on her complaint Vijay Sen Singh in-charge of the Gautam Palli police station said With inputs from agencies Feminist icon Gloria Steinem apologized Sunday for suggesting that young women are flocking to support Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders to meet boys The activist and founder of Ms Magazine who supports 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editors@timecomAlmost exactly a year ago the Taliban made global headlines with the capture of Kunduz the northern Afghan city that had been the insurgents last stronghold during the US-led invasion of the country in 2001 Though short-livedlocal forces backed by US airpower dislodged the militants in a matter of daysthe raid underlined the growing ferocity of the Afghan insurgency Nearly a decade-and-a-half after the American invasion and less then a year after the end of NATOs combat mission in Afghanistan the fall of Kunduz sharpened concerns about a troubling Taliban resurgence in the war-torn country On Monday the militants were back launching a pre-dawn raid on Kunduz and attacking government offices after reportedly re-entering the city that serves as the capital of a province of the same name There were also reports of fierce battles between the Taliban and government forces in the south of the country where in a coordinated attack insurgents overran a district in Afghanistans Helmand province The attacks came as the Afghan leadership geared up for a major international donors conference in Brussels where Kabul is hoping to secure billions of dollars in assistance as it attempts to repel the insurgency and rebuild the country Secretary of State John Kerry and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon are expected to be among the representatives of more 70 countries who are due to attend the two-day conference that begins Tuesday As the reports of the Talibans latest assault on Kunduz filtered out the NATO mission in the country said US air power was "in position and prepared to assist in Kunduz as needed" adding: Our #AFG partners are responding to increased Taliban activity in #Kunduz & US forces have multiple assets & enablers within area to support Resolute Support (@ResoluteSupport) October 3 2016 An Afghan defense ministry official said local forces had launched airstrikes on insurgent positions and were fighting the Taliban "I totally reject claims 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