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Nyesom Wike of Rivers State that leaders and people of the Niger Delta will always strive to defend the unity of Nigeria because to them, in a joint statement by their leaders, the American people have to ask themselves how much they can trust the CIA and who the real American patriots are. Maurya said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislature party meeting also decided to have two deputy chief ministers —?" he calls it. history, No, we dont sleep together.

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The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said France’s BEA accident investigation agency and Airbus would send staff to China to investigate. President Jonathan commiserates with the Emir’s family and all the people of Kano over whom the departed Emir presided illustriously as traditional ruler for more than half a century. The 2013 "Gentleman" by Psy, originally scheduled to open Christmas [email protected] put her on a blacklist and then downgraded her missionary visa to a temporary visitor’s visa, she would still be in the Legislature and her party wouldn’t be in the doldrums, But public opinion hardened against nuclear power as a series of investigations concluded that Tokyo Electric Power Co. the Fukushima plant operator had been complacent about safety ignored warnings of vulnerability to natural disasters and covered up problems—all while the nuclear regulatory agency looked the other way Polls show a clear majority want the nation to go nuclear-free either immediately or gradually And throughout the summer increasing numbers of citizens have turned out for regular Friday evening antinuclear protests outside the prime minister’s residence The decision to phase out nuclear power "is regrettable" says Satoru Tanaka a University of Tokyo nuclear engineer and former president of the Atomic Energy Society of Japan He says the policy’s impact on research is not yet clear He and his colleagues would like to continue working on advanced safer reactors But he admits bringing them into service "would require convincing the public of their safety" The entire Cabinet is expected to review the new policy for formal approval in the near future But in another twist the currently ruling Democratic Party of Japan is likely to be voted out of office before the end of the year It is possible the likely winners the Liberal Democratic Party could reconsider the policy By Elizabeth Piper and William James LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May appointed a former banker of South Asian origin as interior minister on Monday trying to draw a line under an immigration scandal threatening her authority as she negotiates Brexit Sajid Javid the son of immigrants from Pakistan replaces Amber Rudd who quit as Home Secretary after acknowledging she had "inadvertently misled" parliament by denying the government had targets for the number of illegal migrants Britain deports British ministers have struggled for two weeks to explain why some descendants of the so-called "Windrush generation" invited to Britain from its former colonies to plug labour shortfalls between 1948 and 1971 were denied basic rights But in trying to solve one problem May risked creating another by changing the balance of views in her top team on plans to leave the European Union Rudd opposed Brexit but Javid a lukewarm "remainer" has said that after the referendum "in some ways we are all Brexiteers now" The scandal has weighed on May who after winning support for tough responses on Russia and Syria has lost a close ally and must now try to overcome rifts in her Conservative Party over Brexit especially on future customs arrangements with the European Union Javid the first lawmaker from Britain’s Black Asian and Minority Ethnic community to become interior minister tried before his appointment to address public anger over the scandal by saying his own family could have been caught up in it "We are going to have a strategy in place . about making sure that we have an immigration policy that is fair it treats people with respect and with decency and that will be one of my most urgent tasks" Javid told Sky News on Monday A spokesman for May said Javid who had been minister for housing communities and local government "has proved his drive his ambition and determination to get to grips with difficult subjects and these are abilities which will all be required at the Home Office" May will hope Javid’s appointment deflects public anger over a problem the opposition Labour Party says is at least partly her fault because she spent six years as home secretary Out campaigning on Monday May defended the use of targets to tackle illegal immigration and declined to answer directly when asked whether she should take the blame for what opposition lawmakers call a toxic culture at the Home Office BREXIT BALANCE While aimed at ending the scandal Javid’s appointment may also signal a shift on Brexit Rudd was one of the most outspokenly pro-EU members of May’s cabinet and could now join other Conservative lawmakers voting in favour of keeping the closest possible ties with the bloc Javid’s position is less clear An admirer of late prime minister Margaret Thatcher he strongly supports free markets Several pro-Brexit campaigners have said he is now firmly on their side and will oppose attempts to retain the closest possible ties with the EU Javid will now take Rudd’s place on May’s Brexit committee a cabinet sub-grouping balanced between those who supported staying in the EU and those who wanted to leave That committee will meet this week to try to come up with a future customs arrangement with the EU that avoids a return to a hard border on the island of Ireland In the Irish border town of Dundalk the bloc’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said this would require rapid progress and that a real risk remained of Britain leaving the bloc without an overall deal on future relations There are more challenges ahead On Monday the upper house of parliament defeated May’s government for the seventh time in two weeks by backing changes to legislation that will end Britain’s EU membership in March next year The House of Lords voted in favour of giving parliament powers to force the government back to the negotiating table and even to halt Britain’s departure if lawmakers do not think a final Brexit deal is good enough The proposals do have to be agreed by both chambers before they can become law but could severely test May’s slim working majority in the lower house next month TOUGH JOB Javid’s primary job at the interior ministry or Home Office will not be an easy one either The department is one of the toughest to lead responsible for immigration the police and security at a volatile time of public spending cuts Islamist attacks and Brexit talks May was the longest-serving home secretary in decades before becoming prime minister and some opposition figures have accused her of drawing up overly harsh immigration policies Jeremy Corbyn leader of the main opposition Labour Party again called on her to answer questions about her time at the Home Office when "she was presiding over in her terms the creation of a ‘hostile environment’" Rudd lasted less than two years becoming the fourth minister May has lost to scandals in the last six months After days of apologies she wrote in her resignation letter that she should have been aware of the deportation targets but added that Britons "want people who have a right to live here to be treated fairly and humanely which has sometimes not been the case" – a criticism of her own ministry and perhaps of May May will hope Javid known for a passion for detail when business minister can ease the pressure on the ministry But some doubted whether he would soften the approach to immigration "Sajid Javid is one of the most right-wing anti-immigration politicians in the Conservative Party" said Dr Kehinde Andrews an associate professor at Birmingham City University who specialises in race issues "The fact that his skin is brown does not change anything in that at all" (Additional reporting by Michael Holden writing by Elizabeth Piper; editing by Kevin Liffey) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed A committee has been set up by the Federal Government to work ways to end income inequality in public service and have uniform salary structure for government workers According to the government a uniform salary structure will ensure industrial accord in public service and also put an end to the persistent demand for salaryincrease The Presidential Committee on Harmonisation of salaries in the Public Service which was inaugurated on Thursday by the Secretary to the Government of theFederation Senator Anyim Pius Anyim is to also ensure a progressive reduction in recurrent expenditure The committee led by the Head of Civil Service of the Federation Alhaji Bello sali also has as members chairman National Salaries Income andWages Commission The Permanent Secretary Economic Affairs Office (SGF) will act as Secretary Others are Permanent Secretaries of Labour and Productivity and Justice Director-General Budget Office Clark of the National Assembly Director (Personnel Management) National Assembly Director (Legal Services) NationalAssembly Chief Registrar Supreme Court of Nigeria and Secretary National Judicial Council The committee has been directed to look at the proliferation of different salary structures in the Nigerian public service and advise government on how toevolve a harmonised salary structure on the basis of reasonable relativities in the grading of remunerations It is also expected that at the end of the committee’s assignment there will be a progressive reduction in recurrent expenditure in favour of more resourcesallocated for the annual capital budgets with a view to sustaining the economy on the path of growth and development "Kevin Cramer likes to talk about how open and available he is but when his constituents want to peacefully make their voices heard the cops are called" North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party Chairwoman Kylie Oversen said in a Monday statement "Actions speak louder than words It’s clear Kevin Cramer is too scared of a bunch of women wearing pink to even talk to them"Oversen’s statement refers to a Friday incident in which a group of protesters appeared at Cramer’s Fargo office It includes a video of the event in which a protest leader approaches police in front of the office with a petition "in support of Planned Parenthood" with signatures from "over 800 North Dakotans"Police tell her that no one is in the office and that a the property owner has asked that no protesters—or their vehicles—be allowed on the siteCramer R-ND,Northern youths under the auspices of Arewa Youth Coalition for Peace the woman has alleged that the accused raped her on several occasions between November 2017 and March 2018 on the promise of getting her admitted in a reputed fashion design institute.

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