The daughter of Seeram Singh, a fuel dealer who was killed last April, was on Tuesday evening robbed when bandits invaded her Parika Outfall, East Bank Essequibo (EBE) home.The incident occurred around 18:50h while 27-year-old Bonita Lallaram was at home alone.A section of the house that was ransackedAccording to reports, the woman was on her bed when she was startled by a hand on her neck. Before she could react, a tissue was placed over her nose and she passed out.The bandits then ransacked the entire house carting off an undisclosed sum of money and jewellery.Lallaram’s husband, who had gone to pick up the couple’s nine-year-old, returned home and sent the child in search of his mother, while he parked his car.The boy then reportedly stumbled upon his mother passed out on her bed with the tissue stuffed in her mouth. He then alerted his father who ran upstairs.The man related to Guyana Times that he removed the tissue after which he applied Limacol to his wife’s face.“When she regained consciousness, she started to hold on me in a traumatised state,” he recounted.According to the man, his wife related that she did not hear anything before she was attacked and only felt the tissue being placed on her face.Neighbours reportedly did not hear or see anyone entering or leaving the house.The matter was reported to the Parika Police Station; however, the family was displeased with their response.According to Lallaram’s husband, two Police Officers went to the house, but spent a limited amount of time before leaving.The man also disclosed that currently, the men charged with the killing of his father-in-law were on trial and the family has received numerous threats.His father-in-law was attacked by armed bandits and shot three times to his body and head.He succumbed while en route to the Leonora Hospital, West Coast Demerara (WCD).The family is calling on the authorities to carefully investigate the matter.
In a demand letter sent to KRU chair, Mwangi Muthee, Jalango terms his suspension unlawful since it goes against the Union’s constitution.“Our client is an elected member of the board under the provisions of Article 10.2.2 of the Constitution of the Union. He is not therefore, subject to disciplinary proceedings by the board and can only be removed from office under the provisions of Article 10.2.2 and 10.12 of the Constitution of the Union,” the legal letter signed by Jomo Nyaribo on behalf of the firm states.The complainant continues to highlight action against him and portrayal of the same in local media through a press release from the Union has, “As a direct result of the said press release, our client continues to suffer discredit and a negative image from Union members and members of the public in general.”By stating in the same release “The National Squads and Elite Performance committee has been reconstituted with Mr. Gabriel Ouko as the Convener,” KRU were in essence inferring a “Pre-determined outcome of the disciplinary process.”“It is clear the statements contained therein were replete with misrepresentations and inaccuracies of and about our client. In particular, our client contends that it is malicious for the Union to state that;“Our client was involved in unstated actions in his capacity as Director or member of the board that have warranted disciplinary proceeding and our client is attempting to discord the Union.”In his demand, Jalango’s legal term seeks to be provided with the minutes of the board meeting held on May 27 when he was suspended pursuant to the provisions of Article 10.22.4 of the Union’s constitution.The immediate retraction or withdrawal of the suspension letter that does not contain reasons behind the move and detailed substantiation of the defamatory allegations made against him as well as an unequivocal apology drafted in terms acceptable to the complainant.On Monday, KRU released a statement suspending Jalango over what was not explained in detail.“He is therefore not authorized to act or speak on behalf of Kenya Rugby Union &/or its affiliates pending a disciplinary hearing. He is further suspended from participation in any Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) sanctioned activities,” the Union added. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000NAIROBI, Kenya, May 30- With a board meeting convened to discuss his fate Phillip Jalang’o has taken steps to declare his suspension as Director of National Squads and Elite Performance at Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) illegal.Jalango’s riposte through his lawyers, Muthaura, Mugambi, Ayugi and Njonjo Advocates gives the Union until Wednesday, June 5 to respond to his plea before legal action is taken against the governing body.
0Shares0000DAR-ES-SALAAM, Tanzania, December 5- Sudan and Rwanda stormed into the semi finals of the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup on Monday in contrasting styles.In the first quarterfinal of Sudan, who ended Harambee Stars interest in the tournament dimmed the determined run of surprise package Burundi by handing them a 2-0 defeat. The team, full of confidence befitting the only CECAFA nation strolled through their opponents emphatically to book their place in the last four.On account of earlier good performances Burundi were deemed by some as a possible banana skin for Sudan but their experienced players led by example, going about the business of scuttling all of their strategies.Amir Abdelnabi and Musa Mohammed scored on either side of half time. After 70 minutes, the Sudanese were down to 10 men, following the dismissal of Nagmeldin Abdalla, but they had already imposed themselves on the match and there was no comeback for Burundi.But Burundi blew the chance to hang on to hope by missing a penalty kick.In the second match at the National Stadium, Rwanda left it late to see off the determined challenge of islanders Zanzibar.Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza opened the scoring in the 39th before Abulrahaman Mohammed levelled the scores just after the break.Zanzibar were on course of serving a huge upset until the boot of Meddie Kagere came to the rescue in the 88th when he delivered a scorching winner that finally neutered the sting from The Wasps.The Amavubi Stars who went through their group with a perfect winning record thus continued underlining their status as one of the favourites for the title.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Russel Slade Cardiff have been placed under a Sky Bet Football League transfer embargo for a breach of Financial Fair Play rules.The embargo will be in place for the rest of the January transfer window and will see them lose out on a permanent deal for £1million target Tony Watt, although the Charlton striker’s loan deal could be extended after their Championship visit to Wolves on Saturday.Cardiff, who were relegated from the Barclays Premier League at the end of the 2013-14 season, say they “have complied with the FFP requirements for season 2014-15 – contrary to the League’s position”.Bluebirds boss Russell Slade has significantly reduced playing costs since being appointed in October 2014, with the club’s biggest earners having been moved on.“Whilst extremely disappointed that the Football League has decided to take this action, we will remain co-operative and compliant with the League’s position in respect of Financial Fair Play,” said a Cardiff statement.“Having fully disclosed all matters in respect of our FFP position for 2014-15 and having taken independent expert advice, it is our firmly-held view that Cardiff City Football Club has indeed complied with the FFP requirements for season 2014-15 -contrary to the League’s position.“As such, further advice will be sought, prior to a decision being made internally as to whether or not an appeal will be lodged.“The embargo, now in place (albeit subject to possible appeal), will stay in effect for the remainder of the January 2016 transfer window.“Cardiff City Football Club again expects to trade within the set FFP limits for 2015/16 and therefore anticipates full participation in the summer 2016 transfer window.” 1
Rangers have announced the termination of Ovie Ejaria’s loan deal with the player leaving the club immediately .The midfielder had joined Steven Gerrard’s side from Liverpool in the summer.A statement on the club website read: “Rangers and Liverpool have agreed to terminate Ovie Ejaria’s Ibrox loan period. Ovie will be returning to Liverpool immediately.“The midfield player has not settled in Scotland and wishes to continue his career back with his parent club. “Ovie arrived at Ibrox in June and played twenty-eight matches including eleven times in the Europa League, scoring twice for the Gers.“Rangers thanks him for his commitment and efforts. Everyone at the club wishes him well for his future.“Rangers also thanks Liverpool for their assistance.”Ejaria did not travel with the Rangers squad for their Europa LEague match against Rapid Vienna, with Gerrard revealing that the player was unhappy. He said that he planned talks with the player to understand why he was unsettled. “Ovie’s a quiet kid,” he said. “He doesn’t give you much, so we are going to try to get inside Ovie.”“We hope to see how he’s feeling and why he’s unsettled and go from there.”
In the FBD League, Leitrim earned a morale-boosting draw with Mayo in Castlebar on Wednesday night.A late goal saw Benny Guckian’s side earn a draw at the death in MacHale Park, and the manager was satisfied with his side’s fighting spirit. He spoke to PJ Leddy…Audio Playerhttp://old.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Brendan-Guckian-Post-Mayo-FBD-Draw.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Also last night in the FBD League, Roscommon beat Sligo in Kiltoom.Kevin Egan with this report…Audio Playerhttp://old.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Kevin-Egan-Report-Sligo-v-Ros-FBD.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Sligo boss Cathal Corey told Gavin Cawley he felt the goals knocked the stuffing out of his side… Audio Playerhttp://old.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Cathal-Corey-Post-Roscommon-FBD-Defeat.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Next up for Leitrim is a trip to Clonbur on Sunday to face Galway at 2pm. That match will be refereed by Sligo’s Barry Judge.Prior to that, Galway and Mayo clash in Castlebar tomorrow evening.Sligo have no game this weekend, but will face Leitrim in their rescheduled round two tie next Wednesday at a venue yet to be confirmed.
10 February 2014 South African Airways (SAA) and Virgin Australia, one of Australia’s largest domestic airlines, have entered into a new codeshare agreement, the airline said in a statement on Thursday. SAA flies daily between Johannesburg and Perth with the new partnership offering SAA customers expanded access across Australia to domestic destinations such as Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide, as of 11 February. SAA acting commercial general manager Kendy Phohleli said: “Through the codeshare agreement with Virgin Australia, our valued customers will gain new travel choices to primary markets across Australia via Virgin’s extensive network and hubs in Perth and Melbourne, providing seamless travel, and earning of miles through the Voyager frequent flyer programme. “In addition customers travelling to Africa from Australia using Virgin Australia services will have access to the most comprehensive network on the African continent.” Virgin Australia has been an interline partner of SAA since July 2010 where the two airlines had a commercial agreement to handle those customers travelling on both airlines. SAA is now expanding this relationship into a codeshare agreement. “We are looking forward to strengthening our partnership with Virgin Australia through this new codeshare agreement,” Phohleli said. SAinfo reporter and SAA
The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Tags:#APIs#cybersecurity#nude photos#Snapchat#third party apps A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit lauren orsini Related Posts Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Snapchat will now begin warning users when it detects they are using third party apps, the company’s Tuesday blog post reads.“Starting today, we will notify Snapchatters when we have detected that they may be using third-party apps and we’ll ask those Snapchatters to change their password and stop using unauthorized apps,” the company wrote.See also: Snapchat Blames Victims In Nude Photo LeakEver since an October attack made 13 GB of thousands of Snapchat user photos public, the company has been doing damage control, blaming its users for downloading third-party tools and programs to integrate with Snapchat. Usually, third-party programs are perfectly secure when it comes to social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and more which offer a public API for developers who want to make tools that integrate with a network. However, Snapchat’s API isn’t available, developers are forced to use a less secure workaround of accessing user credentials. That’s what happened with SnapSaved, the third party site hacked in October’s photo leak. See also: Snapchat Claims It Can’t Afford To Keep Your Photos SecureSnapchat is valued at $10 billion, with its 24-year-old CEO Evan Spiegel paying himself a $10 million salary, but the company said it cannot afford to make and maintain a trustworthy API or developer program available. Users will simply have to learn that even if third-party applications are safe most of the time, the Snapchat ecosystem is not.Snapchat’s alternate solution is to warn users if they are using third party programs, tell them to stop, and prompt them to change their password. It’s certainly a cheap solution to the problem, but not one that benefits the user.
South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., South Dakota Supreme Court, No. 28160, September 13, 2017, ¶201-170Need to know more about Internet sales tax rules in various states? CCH CPELink has an easy to access self-study class on Multistate Taxation of e-Commerce and Internet Transactions.Login to read more tax news on CCH® AnswerConnect or CCH® Intelliconnect®.Not a subscriber? Sign up for a free trial or contact us for a representative. A South Dakota law that required out-of-state retailers to collect and remit sales tax on internet sales was struck down by the South Dakota Supreme Court. The court held that the Internet sales tax law directly conflicted with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota. In Quill, the Court held that retailers are not required to collect sales tax in states where they do not have a physical presence.The law applied to out-of-state retailers that had:an annual gross revenue of more than $100,000 from sales in South Dakota; orcompleted more than 200 sales annually in South Dakota.NOTE: After the state court’s decision was announced, South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley issued a statement confirming the state’s intention to:request the U.S. Supreme Court to review the case; andreconsider the Quill decision.