The Saudi Arabia national team will play their opening match of Group E against North Korea in the 2019 Asian Cup.After seeing surprising results so far in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, Saudi Arabia is not taking things for granted.And coach Juan Antonio Pizzi says they will not relax against North Korea.“I respect all teams we will play against. We know these teams, but history counts for nothing as we have to play each of them and win,” Pizzi said according to The Gulf News.Infantino wants a world cup in North and South Korea Manuel R. Medina – March 5, 2019 The FIFA president believes the 2023 Women’s World Cup can be played in North Korea and South Korea, as he wants them to share a bid.“If we can’t win then we won’t get the points. Tomorrow we need to go out there and win those three points.”“It’s not going to be easy. There are pros and cons and the job of the strikers is to score goals so that we can win,” he explained.“We trust in all our players and they will give their best to ensure we take the three points.”
BSE closes points 134.59 up on March 31.4K views00:00 / 00:00- 00:00:0000:00BSE closes points 134.59 up on March 31.4K viewsBusinessNew Delhi, March 3 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 134.59 points up to stand at 29,593.73. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 134.59 points up to stand at 8,996.25. TATA ELXSI LTD. and BHUSHAN STEEL LTD were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 20.00% and 15.30% along with IDBI and NATCO PHARMA LTD. with an increase of 10.33% and 9.99% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include EICHER MOTORS LTD. and COAL INDIA with a decrease of 4.46% and 3.98% along with MAHINDRA and MAHINDRA LTD and OBEROI REALTY LTD with a decrease of 3.48% and 2.79% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is down 171.82 points at 19,753.13 while the banking sector is down 61.57 points at 22,920.15 and the reality sector is down at 21.59 points at 1,794.95. The Indian currency is down 0.04% at Rs 61.89 per dollar.Ventuno Web Player 4.50New Delhi, March 3 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 134.59 points up to stand at 29,593.73. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 134.59 points up to stand at 8,996.25. TATA ELXSI LTD. and BHUSHAN STEEL LTD were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 20.00% and 15.30% along with IDBI and NATCO PHARMA LTD. with an increase of 10.33% and 9.99% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include EICHER MOTORS LTD. and COAL INDIA with a decrease of 4.46% and 3.98% along with MAHINDRA and MAHINDRA LTD and OBEROI REALTY LTD with a decrease of 3.48% and 2.79% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is down 171.82 points at 19,753.13 while the banking sector is down 61.57 points at 22,920.15 and the reality sector is down at 21.59 points at 1,794.95. The Indian currency is down 0.04% at Rs 61.89 per dollar.
Leaders of the Awami League-led 14-party alliance on Sunday vowed to legally and politically face the Supreme Court verdict scrapping the 16th amendment to the constitution. Speaking at a press conference after a meeting at the AL chiefs Dhanmondi political office, they termed it irrelevant, unacceptable and motivated. He also said the chief justice gave a scope to the BNP-Jamaat clique so that they could engage in conspiracies. As part of it, were demanding that the verdict be scrapped and it has to be scrapped. Well face it legally and politically. Jatiya Party (Manju) secretary general Sheikh Shahidul Islam said not only the 14-party, but also the entire country is aggrieved with this verdict. So, this verdict should be abolished. Coordinator of the 14-party combine and also health minister Mohammad Nasim said they are rejecting the apex court observations on a legal parliament, Liberation War and Bangabandhu. About SK Sinhas call for not doing politics over the apex court verdict, Workers Party general secretary Fazle Hossain Badsha said, …its decent to overlook the words stated in this verdict regarding the most important matter of the country– Liberation War. Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal president and information minister Hasanul Haq Inu said after any verdict of the apex court, it becomes the property of people. There could be criticism over that property and this not the defamation of the court, he said. He also demanded review of the verdict. Samyabadi Dal general secretary and former industries minister Dilip Barua said parliament was defamed through the verdict.I dont know where the chief justice was during the Liberation War. Mainly, he dared to show this as he knows nothing about the Liberation War. He said people know about the great Liberation War and Bangabandhu very well. Its a universal truth that Bangabandhu led the Liberation War. People wont accept what was said in the verdict. They wont pardon it, too, he said, adding that that is why the review of the verdict is a must. He said the role of Bangabandhu was undermined through the verdict. Its motivated, out of the context and irreverent. It came to undermine the Liberation War and peoples power. Awami League joint general secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif said peoples rights were snatched through the verdict. In the constitution, it was stated that people will be the owner of everything. All power will be in the hand of public representatives, and this is a natural thing. You can say that this verdict is against the constitution, he said.
X NASAVice President Mike Pence says the Trump administration firmly supports NASA’s missionVice President Pence promises that NASA will have the resources he says it needs to continue to make history. “Under President Donald Trump, America will lead in space once again, and the world will marvel!” Pence says after being disbanded two decades ago, President Trump is relaunching the National Space Council. The council helped marshal energy and skills for America’s initial space exploration. The vice president says he will chair the relaunched council, which will advise the president on space policy. Ed Mayberry, News 88-7. Listen 00:00 /00:57 NASAVice President Mike Pence and the Class of 2017 astronauts at the Johnson Space CenterThe dozen new astronaut candidates were chosen from more than 18,300 applicants. They were introduced by NASA’s Brian Kelly. “Next up, we have Loral O’Hara, 34, from Sugar Land, Texas!” These new astronauts will be doing research on the International Space Station, or traveling to the moon or Mars. “Loral has her bachelor’s degree and aeronautics and astronautics…” To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share
Marjorie Kamys Cotera/Via The Texas TribuneMock weapons used to train educators in Harrold, Texas. The North Texas school district was the first to allow educators to carry guns on school grounds in 2007.Following a deadly mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, Gov. Greg Abbottrolled out a 40-page plan to keep schools safe. Proposals ranged from beefing up existing mental health screening programs to encouraging voluntary use of gun locks at home, but one component seemed to divide lawmakers, districts and Texas schools: arming school employees.If Texas schools want to arm their staffs, they have two options. One is the Marshal Program, which Abbott proposed using state funds to help schools implement. It allows local school boards to authorize employees to carry a handgun on campus, but they must be specially trained and licensed by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. Under the program, armed school personnel can’t carry firearms around students.The other option was already around when then-Gov. Rick Perry signed the Marshall Program into law in 2012. Created by Harrold Independent School District Superintendent David Thweatt in 2007, the Guardian Plan allows local school boards to determine training standards and authorize specific employees to carry on campus at all times.Here are four things to know about the two existing plans that allow school districts to arm their employees:The Marshal Program creates a new kind of peace officerFor districts that choose to adopt the Marshal Program, teachers and other school staff members who undergo the required training are taught to act as armed security officers — or peace officers — in the absence of law enforcement.“The Marshal Program is about creating an entirely new class of peace officers — certified and [Texas Commission on Law Enforcement] trained — who can act in a moment of crisis to disable and neutralize an active shooter,” said state Rep. Jason Villalba, the Dallas Republican who authored the bill that created the Texas school marshal program Abbott wants to expand. “That’s why the program is so starkly different than what Mr. Thweatt calls the guardian plan.”The Guardian Plan, on the other hand, lets school staff carry guns with or without marshal training. It doesn’t train school personnel as peace officers, but lets them carry their weapons as long as they undergo district-specific training and have a handgun license. And it doesn’t have a maximum requirement for how many teachers can be armed, unlike the Marshal Program which lets schools only designate one employee a marshal for every 400 students.Despite the differences in approach for the two plans, they both aim to mitigate tragedies in the event an active shooter comes on campus grounds.“That’s the reason we’re doing it, and I think we can do that because they’re not going to know from where our particular defense is going to come,” Thweatt said.“When [an active shooter] comes to the school, they’re going to get swarmed from multiple directions,” he added. “Armed shooters go where they know there’s going to be little resistance, but if they don’t know where they’re going to get resistance, they’re not going to come to our schools.”Rural districts are more likely to adopt one of the plansMore than 200 of Texas’ 1,000-plus school districts have adopted one of two programs. And a majority of those districts tend to be in rural communities, according to Dax Gonzalez, a spokesman for the Texas Association of School Boards.“Generally speaking, districts with police departments … do not tend to allow staff to carry firearms,” Gonzalez said. “Those 217 are likely smaller, more rural districts that feel they cannot be serviced by local law enforcement quickly enough.”Villalba told POLITICO in February that he believes anywhere between 20 to 50 districts have adopted the marshal program. At least 172 Texas districts have adopted the Guardian Plan.Training and gun storage requirements varyArguably one of the biggest differences between the two programs is different requirements for teachers or other employees who want to carry a gun.Marshals have to receive 80 training hours and keep their firearms under lock and key. The Guardian Plan, on the other hand, lets teachers keep their firearm with them at all times — as long as they have a concealed handgun license and go through 15 to 20 hours of training.It’s worth noting that these requirements could change, however. Abbott previously proposed streamlining the training course under the Marshal Program — which he called “burdensome”— and eliminating the lockbox requirement.Villalba was critical of Abbott’s tweaks to the Marshal Program, saying that parents might be upset if teachers didn’t have to lock up their weapons.But several Texas Republicans, including Jerry Patterson, Texas’ former land commissioner who helped get the state’s concealed handgun law passed in 1995, say the lockbox requirement does more harm than good.“The lockbox requirement is silly. The gun needs to be carried on the person and accessible immediately,” Patterson said. “Not where you have to run to the office, go through a combination and then get the gun. If you carry it all the time, you won’t lose the weapon.”Individuals schools and districts that adopt the Guardian Plan are also allowed to choose their own training requirements. At Harrold ISD, for example, employees who choose to carry go through at least 15 hours of training that includes videos of hostage scenarios and shooting drills. Fayetteville ISD, which adopted the plan in February, doesn’t require a specific amount of firearms training (though most staff do around 20 hours per year). And at Keene ISD, which adopted the Guardian Plan in 2016, Superintendent Ricky Stephens previously told The Texas Tribune he requires staff to undergo 80 hours of initial training and 40 hours annually after that.Only one plan receives money from the stateTo adopt either plan, districts have to find a way to pay for training, purchase firearms and ammunition and, in some cases, a lock box.But only the Marshal Program has received state funding to help pay for those expenses.When the Marshal Program was first signed into law, the state had a grant program in place to help districts cover training costs. But that money ran out and funding has not been reauthorized. That’s why Abbott proposed that the state pay for school marshal training this summer to ease the burden on individual districts.Funding for the Guardian Plan was notably missing from the governor’s proposal, however. Instead of getting approval from the Legislature, authorization for the plan is outlined under the Texas Government Code, which lets certain school district employees who have a handgun license to carry their weapon.Since there’s no legislative recognition of the Guardian Plan, Thweatt said, districts that adopt the plan have to pay for it themselves. Thweatt said Harrold ISD reimburses employees who participate for the cost of guns, ammunition and training.“I’ve never received any funding [from the state] for the Guardian Plan,” Thweatt said.Note: This story was inspired by a discussion on education policy happening now in our Facebook group, This is Your Texas. Sign up here to join the conversation.Disclosure: The Texas Association of School Boards has been a financial supporter of The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization that is funded in part by donations from members, foundations and corporate sponsors. 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Story Links ESPN2 NEW YORK (AP) – Grant Williams scored 24 points and No. 5 Tennessee had five players In double figures to beat Louisville 92-81 in the first semifinal of the NIT Season Tip-Off on Wednesday night.Admiral Schofield added 20 points for the Vols (4-0), who shot 54 percent from the field. The win was the 664th of Tennessee coach Rick Barnes’ career. It moved him past John Wooden on the all-time Division I wins list.Trailing 77-70 with 6:51 left, Louisville coach Chris Mack got called for a technical foul when he didn’t like an over-the-back call on Dwayne Sutton. The Cardinals could never recover.Jordan Nwora had 23 points and 10 assists to lead Louisville (3-1).The second game of the doubleheader was No. 2 Kansas against Marquette.Print Friendly Version Next Game: vs. Marquette 11/23/2018 | 7 p.m. ET PDF Box Score Listen Live Full Schedule Roster Preview Buy Tickets Matchup History
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Initial data from the machine are looking very promising, File as many as cases as you want.Losing weight and getting healthier should be a good thing.right Well as Rosie ODonnell told ABC News shedding a lot of pounds may not instantly change your life for the better ODonnell recently returned to hosting The View after leaving the talk show in 2007 She suffered a heart attack in 2012 and since then she had a procedure known as a vertical gastric sleeve and dropped 50 pounds Unlike a gastric bypass which re-routes how your stomach processes food a vertical sleeve gastrectomy removes a large portion of the stomach leaving it about the size of a banana according to the National Institutes of Health Its hard to imagine seeing any downsides to slimming down especially since people who are overweight are more prone to serious health conditions like heart disease and diabetes Still ODonnell says it took some adjusting to get used to her new body "Everyone assumes that obese people would just be jumping for joy that they were healthier and thinner" ODonnell told ABC News "But its also filled with a lot of emotional turbulence you wouldnt expect" In fact a UK study published in the journal PLOS One found that losing weight may not alter your mood the way you might expect Of the 1979 overweight and obese participants 14% lost at least 5% of their initial body weight After controlling for factors like serious health issues and major life events researchers found more than half of the people who lost weight were more likely to report being depressed That may be because weight loss doesnt address any underlying problems you may have "Sometimes other things are making you unhappy and the expectation that weight loss will fix it doesnt pan out which makes you even more unhappy" says Gail Saltz MD Healths contributing psychology editor Here are some surprising things people might not think about when it comes to losing weight: You may not be prepared for increased attention Not many people may have gone out of their way to talk to you when you were overweight and the attention that may come with your new look could be shocking at first "Some people keep weight on unconsciously to protect themselves from intimacy with others" Dr Saltz says This is especially true in settings of sexual intimacy The fear of being hit on or being sexual with others may terrify some so much it causes them to regain the weight Dr Saltz says Your partner may not be supportive ODonnell says her partner encouraged her to be healthy but that may not be the case for everyone "A lot of marriages break up once one person gets healthy" she told ABC News Your partner might feel threatened by your weight loss for a number of reasons A big one is theyll fear others will want you or youll look better than them Dr Saltz says Your shaping up forces your significant other to think about their own health choices which they may not be prepared to handle Another problem: Your partner may worry about how your personality might change "You feeling great sexy or confident could shift the balance of the relationship" Dr Saltz says "They fear losing the identity of the more confident one or losing the upper hand" Many of these challenges could apply to friendships too Your clothing options may feel scary Its not uncommon to feel unsure about shopping outside of plus size stores or sections "It may be unexpected to feel nervous and conflicted about styles you might not have worn before because they are body revealing" Dr Saltz says After losing weight you may not know how to react to clothes that fit your body in new waysnot to mention the hefty price tag that comes along with buying a new wardrobe Your body might not match your expectations Being thinner doesnt mean your body will look "perfect" to you now Loose skin a flat behind and sagging breasts are all changes that might accompany weight-loss procedures or lifestyle changes that help you shed a lot of pounds Those changes wont go away overnight either And when your reflection doesnt match what you imagined you may feel more disappointed that theres no healthy lifestyle change to fix the problem right away Dr Saltz says This article originally appeared on Healthcom More from Healthcom: 12 Ways We Sabotage Our Mental Health 11 Reasons Why You’re Not Losing Belly Fat How to Do the Perfect Squat 19 Medical Tests All Adults Need QUIZ: Should You Eat This or That Which is better for you: Half cup of ice cream or 3 scoops of sorbet Getty Images (4) Answer: A half cup of ice cream If you eat what you’re craving you’re more likely to feel satisfied and eat less And scoop for scoop sorbet contains twice the sugar with none of the filling dairy protein and fat Getty Images (5); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: Real butter or spray on fake butter Getty Images; Tara Johnson for TIME Answer: Butter Serving size for spray butters (even low-calorie ones) are around a 1/3 second spray What on earth does that mean You’re better off using a small amount of real butter as opposed to guessing how much you’re using of the mystery melange of up to 20 ingredients Getty Images (1); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: A turkey burger or a sirloin burger Getty Images (2) Answer: Sirloin burger Restaurant turkey burgers are often made with dark meat and the skin so they’re not necessarily better for you (and for the record they aren’t low-fat) You can get a sirloin burger that’s 95% lean meat and gives you 20 g of protein Just be careful with the toppings Getty Images (1); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: Almonds or pretzels Getty Images (2) Answer: Almonds Almonds are high in protein fiber and fat and will keep you feeling fuller longer Give high-sodium pretzels about an hour and you’ll feel hungry again thanks to the high-carb no-fat or protein content Getty Images (1); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: Special K or eggs AP; Getty Images Answer: Eggs In the morning you want a meal that will fill you up Eggs offer protein and fat for satiety but Special K cereal really only offers carbs and well air If you want carbs to kick off the day you’re better off pairing eggs with a slice of 100% whole grain toast Getty Images (1); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: Fat free salad dressing or regular salad dressing Tara Johnson for TIME Answer: Regular salad dressingTo absorb fat soluble vitamins like Vitamins E and K in vegetables you need to consume them with a fat to aid nutrient absorption Fat-free dressing meanwhile is low-calorie but gets its flavor from added sugar and salt Tara Johnson for TIME (5); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: A low fat cookie or dark chocolate Getty Images (2) Answer: Dark chocolate “People believe fat free is calorie free” says Keri Gans a registered dietitian in New York City “Go for the real thing” Fat free cookies tend to be high in carbs sugar and fake sugar Try a nice piece of antioxidant-rich dark chocolate instead Getty Images (2); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: Low fat Greek yogurt or 100 calorie Yoplait yogurt Tara Johnson for TIME Answer: 2% Greek YogurtA little fat is good in the morning to keep you full—plus it has upwards of 17g of protein per container Fat-free "fruit" yogurt is high in sugar—7 to 10 g per serving—and lower in protein Tara Johnson for TIME (2); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME 1 of 16 Advertisement Contact us at editors@timecomFor decades the Pentagon has been saying that laser weapons are just around the corner Thursday the US military finally turned that corner The Navy announced that it had deployed and fired a laser weapon this fall aboard a warship in the Persian Gulf During a series of test shots the laser hit and destroyed targets mounted atop a small boat blasted a six-foot drone from the sky and destroyed other moving targets "This is the first time in recorded history that a directed energy weapons system has ever deployed on anything" Rear Admiral Matthew Klunder chief of naval research told reporters at the Pentagon "A lot of people talk about itwe decided to go do it" The Navys laser weapon systemLaWS in sea-service jargonwas fired from the USS Ponce a one-time amphibious ship that was converted to an "afloat forward staging base" in 2012 and assigned to the 5th Fleet in Bahrain Firing a laser from the surface of the Persian Gulf is challenging because heat humidity dust and salt water can reduce its power The Navy spent about $40 million over the past seven years developing LaWS which actually consists of six commercial welding lasers lashed together and aimed at the same point It has proven effective at ranges of up to about a mile A chief petty officer sitting inside the ships combat information center directs the solid-state laser with an Xbox-like controller It generates about 30 kilowatts of destructive power roughly equal to 40 horsepower Three times as much power is lost as heat rather than light Navy officers say the weapons power is adjustable ranging from distract to disable to destroy They added it would be ideal for asymmetric threats including small attack boats (a favorite tactic of Iran which undoubtedly was paying close attention to the tests off its shore) US Central Command has given the Ponces skipper approval to use the laser for self-defense if needed "Light from a laser beam can reach a target almost instantly" a July congressional report said "After disabling one target a laser can be redirected in several seconds to another target Fast engagement times can be particularly important in situations such as near-shore operations where missiles rockets artillery shells and mortars could be fired at Navy ships from relatively close distances" But lasers can be disabled by bad weather and are limited to line-of-sight confrontations Initially theyll complement a warships traditional longer-range guns and missiles The lessons learned from the Ponce tests will be cranked into a new generation of laser weaponry which the Navy hopes to begin installing on the fleet in the early 2020s Such weapons are safer than traditional shells and missiles which are crammed with explosives and propellant Theyre considerably cheaper too: the energy required to fire the Ponces laser costs 59 cents a shot compared to a shell or missile which can cost $1 million or more The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Read next: US Closes Bagram Prison in Afghanistan Write to Mark Thompson at mark_thompson@timemagazinecomClauthier allegedly ran away from the home when he saw the owner, however, lamenting that “200 out of the 268 inmates at the Ado Ekiti prison are ATDs. Credit: TwitterPigeons have been used for many years to send messages as far as 1,S. the Times reports One such group the Southern Poverty Law Center says it has received more than 700 reports of harassment and possible hate crimes since polling day Soros said the gift was not intended as a statement of political opposition to Trumps policies but that he believed the President-elects disparaging rhetoric about Muslims Mexicans women and other groups were "directly responsible" for the recent rise of racially or otherwise socially charged episodes Days after his election win Trump said during an interview with CBS News 60 Minutes that he was "saddened to hear" reports that some of his supporters had attacked minorities and called on them to "stop it" Nonetheless Trump has come under sustained criticism for not doing more to suppress the recent rise in tensions as well as what appears to be his teams tacit acceptance of support from so-called "alt-right" white-supremacist groups [NYT] Write to Feliz Solomon at felizsolomon@timeinccomThe Indian government has invited US president Donald Trump to be the chief guest at next year’s Republic Day celebrations? sure, in which federal law enforcement agents allowed the sale of weapons so they could track the flow of them to Mexican drug cartels.
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and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. they even have taxis on the streets.Last year, and once again connects with his ministry officers, I don’t accept politics of polarisation in any form and in a country as big as India, My panel was really great.K. and one of the reasons they have done so well is that the British universities have teams looking for money all the time They detect potentially successful ERC candidates outside Great Britain and say: “We will help you with the application if you come to Britain” This has been especially successful for candidates from Eastern Europe Other countries could try the same approach And there are other things we can do We can make sure that when a person wants to go back to his or her country after an ERC grant they’re accompanied properly at the European level Many scientists come back stronger and with more experience and they are in a position to lift their country up We do have to monitor this issue closely; we don’t want to create a situation where politicians in central and Eastern Europe say: “Sorry but this is totally catastrophic for us” That could kill the ERC Q: Will you make changes in ERC’s existing grants J-PB: There have been two rounds of Synergy Grants [a grant for small interdisciplinary groups of researchers that started in 2012] What I have seen from the outside doesn’t give me a very good impression of it They are completely cross-discipline and the juries are of course completely cross-discipline as well But it’s very difficult to come up with appropriate evaluators because these grants are very forward-looking frontier projects You need very specific scientists to do that What I have seen are reports on projects which were rejected One report I saw was completely absurd; evaluators clearly were incompetent to give any opinion on the project And there are too many instances of that So this program needs to be reviewed very very carefully Q: You are the first ERC president to work from ERC’s Executive Agency in Brussels; your job will include the responsibilities of ERC’s secretary-general Donald Dingwell who’s stepping down; you will also be a special adviser to the European Commission Some experts warn that it will be difficult to maintain your independence from the European Commission J-PB: Yes the position has changed somewhat and I think this will require new ways of functioning I will be in the building very often But after my first contacts with Pablo Amor the director of the Executive Agency I’m not worried about this There is another issue however My predecessor Helga Nowotny used her independence to freely express her opinions My concern is that with the president becoming a special adviser to the commission it will be difficult for me to say what I think without first making sure that people around the commissioner or the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation won’t object — especially if I disagree with the commission I am not the kind of person not to say what I mean so we need to carefully monitor this balance and make sure that as a scientist I have the possibility to express myself Of course my new position also gives me a fantastic opportunity to discuss the important issues with the political people and the administration and I hope to take advantage of thatFormer Union minister and editor MJ Akbar and his wife Mallika Joseph on Friday said that the allegations of rape and sexual harassment against him made by US-based journalist Pallavi Gogoi are false Akbar has been accused of sexual harassment by at least 15 women since a wave of #MeToo took Indian newsrooms by storm around a month ago This is the first instance that Akbar’s wife has reacted to an allegation against him In the statement released to ANI Akbar denied the allegations which were made by Gogoi in an account in The Washington Post and claimed that "they were false" The statement said that the newspaper had on 29 October sent "a series of cryptic and non-specific questions" to his lawyers about the incidents spoken about by Gogoi which had been denied and claimed to be false Akbar’s wife Mallika Akbar also called Gogoi’s allegation of rape "a lie" She said I don’t know what Gogoi’s reasons are for telling this lie but a lie it is" I don’t know Pallavi’s reasons for telling this lie but a lie it is: #MJAkbar’s wife Mallika Akbar to ANI on journalist Pallavi Gogoi’s rape allegations in the Washington Post against her husband pictwittercom/SFws1TwWhx — ANI (@ANI) November 2 2018 "I have been silent all this while as a ‘me too’ campaign has been unleashed against my husband Akbar However the Washington Post article by Pallavi Gogoi alleging that she was raped by him forces me to step in with what I know to be true? the older teenager who would play ball with the younger kids and try to keep them safe from trouble. While the wind made for a tougher job for firefighters, “The Killing of Ms Anita Akapson by the Police is sad.
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