Archive For February 28, 2017

Under new juvenile law, two minors get life for murder

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Under new juvenile law, two minors get life for murder

This was possibly the first such conviction under the amended law, which became effective in January 2016. In possibly the first such case under the amended juvenile justice law, a sessions court in Jhabua on Tuesday sentenced two teenagers to life imprisonment for killing another teenager. The victim, Radhu Nana Palia, 16, was stabbed in…

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Newcomers need to learn Canadian values: focus groups

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Newcomers need to learn Canadian values: focus groups

OTTAWA – Participants in government-run focus groups on immigration issues told researchers last summer that they believe it’s up to Canadians to ensure newcomers are aware of the country’s values.Those who took part in the focus groups described those values as things like gender equality, fairness, abiding by the law and being open to difference….

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Its up to Canadians to ensure newcomers know the countrys values: focus groups

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Its up to Canadians to ensure newcomers know the countrys values: focus groups

OTTAWA—Participants in government-run focus groups on immigration issues told researchers last summer that they believe it’s up to Canadians to ensure newcomers are aware of the country’s values.Those who took part in the focus groups described those values as things like gender equality, fairness, abiding by the law and being open to difference.The focus groups…

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Hearing begins on TTC’s plan to implement random drug, alcohol testing for all employees

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Hearing begins on TTC’s plan to implement random drug, alcohol testing for all employees

A two-day hearing into whether TTC employees should undergo random drug and alcohol tests has begun at Osgoode Hall in Toronto.The TTC and the union representing the transit agency’s 11,000 employees appeared in court Tuesday, one day before the Fitness for Duty policy was set to launch. It would have seen 20 per cent of…

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Ally Brooke Hernandez Drops Hints About Fifth Harmony's New Album

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Ally Brooke Hernandez Drops Hints About Fifth Harmony's New Album

Get exclusive interviews where your favorite celebs spill the tea. Sign up here. I love you girls ❤ A post shared by Ally Brooke (@allybrookeofficial) on Feb 21, 2017 at 6:49pm PST The ladies of Fifth Harmony have been all over the news following Camila Cabello’s exit, but the remaining foursome are working on a new album…

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Cali. officer tackles man with bat outside police station

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Cali. officer tackles man with bat outside police station

In a remarkable police takedown captured on surveillance video, a California police officer performed a flawless tackle of a man armed with a baseball bat. That’s when the three women inside ran into a secured area of the lobby. It was not immediately clear why Rivas was hitting the windows. The man, identified as Christopher…

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Chef Flips Pancakes Into Amazing Portraits Of Pets And Pokemon

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Chef Flips Pancakes Into Amazing Portraits Of Pets And Pokemon

These are flippin’ great! Pancakes are already awesome to eat, but one Japanese chef also turns them into works of art. Keisuke Inagaki is a chef at La Ricetta in Zama City, has turned the lowly pancake into a veritable canvas, putting designs of everything from Pokemon characters to portraits of pets, according to Barcroft TV….

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¿Por qué comparecerá Videgaray ante el Senado? Aquí te contamos

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¿Por qué comparecerá Videgaray ante el Senado? Aquí te contamos

El abogado de Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán José Refugio Rodríguez anunció que la defensa del capo tiene previsto presentar una demanda contra el titular de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE), Luis Videgaray, a quien acusan de violar los tratados de extradición entre México y Estados Unidos. Al presentarse ante los legisladores, el funcionario expondrá…

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WATCH: Video of 8-year-old dancing goalie from Brampton goes viral

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WATCH: Video of 8-year-old dancing goalie from Brampton goes viral

It’s a type of video that will surely bring a smile to your face; an eight-year-old goalie from Brampton, Ont. busting a move to the Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall song “Juju On That Beat” has been viewed more than a million times online.Noah Young has been playing hockey for three years and his mother,…

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More evidence Scarborough subway extension makes no sense: Editorial

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More evidence Scarborough subway extension makes no sense: Editorial

If any more evidence was needed that the planned one-stop Scarborough subway extension makes no sense, new figures released on Tuesday show the estimated cost has crept up yet again to a staggering $3.35 billion.That’s up from $2 billion in early 2016, a number that was revised repeatedly over the course of the year to…

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