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Biden and Harris push for voting rights ...

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris paid tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King during their visit to Atlanta. Protecting the right to vote in America is important enough to abolish the obstruction rule of the United States Senate to achieve it, President Joe Biden said on Tuesday during a […]

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HC Junks challenges Delhi government’s Christmas advertising in newspapers

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed a plea asking for instructions to restrict front-page ads from the municipal government led by the Aam Aadmi party that hailed Christmas in mainstream newspapers, citing its political motives. While dismissing the Public Interest Litigation (PIL), a division bench led by Chief Justice DN Patel and […]

‘Bring your own booze’: Newspapers slam

The latest allegations about the lockdown-era rallies in Downing Street sparked a furious backlash on Tuesday’s headlines. The normally pro-Boris Johnson Express launches a full blast warning in its title: “Enough Boris! You MUST end the partygate farce now, ”he said, reflecting the exasperation of the backbench Tories at the drip of damaging reporting on […]

Late surge lifts Wantagh over Seaford | ...

With the game on the line, Madison Taylor took over to propel the Wantagh girls’ basketball team to a conference victory from behind over neighborhood rival Seaford. Led by six early in the fourth quarter, Taylor scored the game’s next eight points in a dominant final period in the Warriors’ 46-41 home win on January […]

William Driggers obituary (1952 – 2021)

William (Bill) Ernest Driggers, Jr., 69, of Punta Gorda, Fla., Passed away on Sunday, December 19, 2021 at ShorePoint Health in Punta Gorda. Bill was born in Fort Sill, Okla., On May 12, 1952, to the late William Ernest Driggers, Sr., and Bonnie Muriel Fenter. Bill spent his early childhood in Lawton and Mountain View, […]

Grandfather, returnee from Brazil, under...

Friday Olokor and Matthew Ochei Posted January 10, 2022 • Delta police arrest a 53-year-old woman, another with 8 kg of hemp 76-year-old grandfather Osagie Robert and suspected bogus security guard Godwin Ilevbare aka Edwin Agbon have been arrested by National Drug Enforcement Agency staff in Edo State. A statement released on Sunday by agency […]

Coup d’état in Mali: Osinbajo goes to Ac

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo leaves Abuja for Accra, Ghana on Sunday morning to represent the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), At an extraordinary summit of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS to discuss the political situation in the Republic of Mali. This is according to a statement by the Senior […]

CMD excited as NPMCN clears ABUAD to tra...

Afe Babalola University Multi-System Hospital Chief Medical Director Ado Ekiti Dr Kolawole Ogundipe said that the accreditation granted to the hospital by the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria to train doctors residents will improve the quality of health care and medical education. Ogundipe, who described it as a dream come true and a worthy […]

Dunwoody unveils first permanent mural a...

Dunwoody’s first permanent mural at Brook Run Park aims to inspire residents to be kind not only to each other, but also to their surroundings. The new mural is called “Be Kind” and is located near the park’s Barclay Drive entrance, according to the Town of Dunwoody. Local artist Megan Watters said she painted the […]

Cities with schools need a newspaper | ...

The dramatic decline of the newspaper industry continued as community newspapers across the country retreated left and right. Since 2005, 2,200 local newspapers across America have been forced to close their doors. Not only have rural areas lost a lot of subscribers, but the electronic media have swallowed up a lot of the advertising money. […]