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    FAR HILLS, N.J. (AP) — U.S. Amateur champion Tyler Strafaci and top-ranked amateur Davis Thompson are part of the 10-member U.S. team announced Monday that will try to retain the Walker Cup in May against Great Britain & Ireland. The matches for amateurs will be May 8-9 at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida. It will be the first time the Walker Cup, which dates to 1922, is held in the spring in the United States because Seminole is closed in the summer. Strafaci was an automatic pick by winning the U.S. Amateur last year. Thompson, a senior at Georgia, Florida State senior John Pak and Florida sophomore Ricky Castillo earned spots by being among the top 10 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking from Feb. 10. The USGA selection committee added Stewart Hagestad, a former U.S. Mid-Amateur champion and at 29 the oldest player on the team; Texas...
    Make your voice heard: Biden backs Amazon workers union drive in Alabama I wanted to love foldable phones, but the novelty got old fast There are fewer than 10 weeks left until the Walker Cup, and on Monday the USGA unveiled the 10-man team that will represent the U.S. in the May 8-9 matches at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida. © Provided by Golf Channel While former Georgia Tech standout Tyler Strafaci, the 22-year-old reigning U.S. Amateur winner, had already been announced as exempt into captain Nathaniel Crosby’s squad, the remaining seven players are now officially released. That included three players – Georgia senior Davis Thompson, Florida sophomore Ricky Castillo and Florida State senior John Pak – who qualified via the World Amateur Golf Ranking on Feb. 10, as well as six USGA working group picks: mid-amateur Stewart Hagestad, Texas juniors Cole Hammer and Pierceson Coody, Oklahoma...
    Sonakshi Sinha took out time on Saturday to reconnect with Mother Nature. “If you really think about it… we’re all sheltered. By mother nature,” the actress wrote, along with an Instagram picture that shows her sitting on grass, under a big tree. In the photo, Sonakshi wears a white cotton long kurta with floral print and bell sleeves. She completes her look with cotton pants, minimal make-up and open hair. Sonakshi Sinha Is a Sight to Behold in This Stunning White Ensemble (See Pic). Sonakshi expresses her love for the nature time and again on social media.Earlier this month, the actress had shared a beautiful sun-kissed picture of herself on Instagram where she can be seen posing with a bunch of red flowers with the shadow of the flowers falling on her face. Sonakshi wrote: “Nature needs no filters but can be a cool filter.” Bhuj: The Pride of India...
    Tetra Pak is a multinational recognized for the packaging and processing of the food industry. The digital age is an open space for any type of industry and Tetra Pak He proves it with his latest release. The multinational invites you to download PakStory. It is an application that merges with different food brands and offers digital information about the product that is consumed. The same company relates in a statement that around 70 brands in America Latin they already use this app. So, with its implementation, they integrate the physical and the virtual. It offers the opportunity to establish an interaction with the product you are consuming. With this digital system, reading the label to find out what makes up a product seems to have been left behind. Specifically, if you are going to buy a drink or cereal, for example, and you notice the Tetra Pak logo,...
    People are reminiscing about Daft Punks historic 2006 Coachella performance after the EDM duo splits up More Americans are looking to move as remote work gains acceptance during Covid pandemic Led by senior All-American John Pak, Florida State went wire-to-wire to win its own Seminole Intercollegiate against a field of college golf’s best last weekend. © Provided by Golfweek Florida State The Seminoles earned their second victory of the spring, besting the field by nine strokes at Golden Eagle Country Club in Tallahassee. Florida State finished at 26 under after a 9-under final round, followed by Oklahoma State (-17) and Oklahoma (-12). “I’m really proud of the guys and how they came out and won a golf tournament on a really good golf course against a really good field,” said head coach Trey Jones. “When the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State and Duke and North Carolina State, when...
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    The acting U.S. attorney general for the Northern District of Georgia who was appointed by then-President Donald Trump resigned from his position, a spokesman announced Monday. Former local prosecutor and magistrate court Judge Bobby Christine was tapped by Trump on Jan. 4 to lead the Atlanta U.S. Attorney's Office amid the former president's failed attempts to overturn election results in Georgia. Christine, who is also the U.S. attorney in the Southern District of Georgia, replaced Byung J. “Bjay” Pak after his sudden resignation on Jan. 4, according to the Washington Post. Christine will remain as the U.S. attorney in the Peach State's Southern District, a position to which Trump appointed him in 2017, a spokesman told the outlet. Kurt Erskine, who had been Pak’s deputy, will take over the Northern District in Atlanta on an acting basis, a spokesman for the office said. The Justice Department previously informed employees that...
    By KATE BRUMBACK, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — For the second time in less than a month, there's a new top federal prosecutor in Atlanta. Kurt Erskine, the longtime first assistant U.S. attorney in the Atlanta office, is stepping in as acting U.S. attorney for the Northern District, according to the U.S. Department of Justice website. Erskine takes over from Bobby Christine, who has been the U.S. attorney for the Savannah-based Southern District of Georgia since 2017 and also became the acting U.S. attorney for the Northern District on Jan. 4. Then-President Donald Trump tapped Christine to head the Northern District after the abrupt departure of U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak. Christine resigned the Northern District post on Monday, according to his bio on his office's website. He continues to serve as U.S. attorney for the Southern District, spokesman Barry Paschal said in an email Monday. Pak announced his...
    GAINESVILLE, Ga, (AP) — Six people have died after a liquid nitrogen leak at a northeast Georgia poultry plant Thursday, with multiple others taken to the hospital. Beth Downs, a spokesperson for Northeast Georgia Health System, said five people died at the Gainesville plant before they could be taken to the hospital, while one person died in the emergency room. The leak happened after 10 a.m. Thursday at Prime Pak Foods in Gainesville, said Hall County Fire Department Division Chief Zach Brackett. He said firefighters arrived to find workers milling around outside, some with injuries At least four firefighters were also injured and take to the Gainesville hospital with what Brackett described as respiratory complaints. THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. AP’s earlier story follows below. GAINESVILLE, Ga, (AP) — A hazardous materials emergency at a northeast Georgia poultry processing plant sent multiple people to the hospital Thursday, officials said....
    A handful of Trump supporters in front of the Georgia State Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. What a friendly-looking banner. On Dec. 30, Donald Trump called on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to resign after the fellow Republican refused to intervene to overturn the outcome of elections in that state. On Jan. 2, Donald Trump called Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and tried to pressure him into multiple violations of election law, followed by a series of threats about what would happen if Raffensperger didn’t “find” enough votes to hand the state to Trump. In that called to the Republican secretary, Trump mentioned a “never-Trumper U.S. attorney” in Georgia, and hinted to Raffensperger that he would be charged criminally once this never-Trumper was sent packing. The next day, U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak submitted his resignation. Pak, who was nominated to his position by Trump, handed over a resignation letter full of the standard theme of “gratitude.” Coming in the...
    Loading the player... The Department of Justice is investigating the sudden resignation of a Georgia U.S. attorney who left his post immediately after then-President Donald Trump complained about election fraud in the state. Byung J. Pak, better known as BJay, announced his resignation on Jan. 4 and left his post that same day. His departure came after the state had flipped from red to blue, and several recounts had been certified. Trump then passed over the next attorney in line as a replacement, which raised concerns. Donald Trump prepares to board Air Force One for his last time as president Wednesday. Trump was the first president in more than 150 years to refuse to attend his successor’s inauguration. (Photo by Pete Marovich – Pool/Getty Images) According to a report in the The Washington Post, Pak resigned the day after Trump’s call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, the...
    (CNN)The Justice Department inspector general is investigating the sudden departure of former Atlanta US Attorney Byung "BJay" Pak, who then-President Donald Trump replaced at the same time that Pak and the state of Georgia had become a focus for Trump in his attempt to overturn the state's certified presidential election results, The Washington Post reported on Thursday.The paper, citing people familiar with the matter, reported that the probe by Inspector General Michael Horowitz appears nascent, noting that investigators had not spoken to Pak and the bounds of the investigation remain unclear.A spokesperson for the inspector general's office declined to comment when reached by CNN. Pak declined to comment to the Post.Pak, a Trump appointee who had served in the office since 2017, left his job abruptly on January 4 as the US attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, which includes Atlanta and Fulton County, citing "unforeseen circumstances" in a...
    The Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General is reportedly launching an investigation into the sudden resignation and replacement of the U.S. attorney representing the Northern District of Georgia, according to The Washington Post. The Post reported Thursday evening that the DOJ's top watchdog would investigate the resignation of Byung J. Pak, who was appointed to the position in 2017 by former President TrumpDonald TrumpClinton, Bush, Obama reflect on peaceful transition of power on Biden's Inauguration Day Arizona Republican's brothers say he is 'at least partially to blame' for Capitol violence Biden reverses Trump's freeze on .4 billion in funds MORE. Pak resigned earlier this month following criticism from the president about a supposed "never-Trumper U.S. Attorney" during a now-infamous call with Georgia's secretary of state, during which Trump also asked officials to "find" more than 11,000 votes he would have needed to defeat President Biden in the state. The...
    LITTLE VILLAGE — A family doctor is trying to expand his clinic and open a pharmacy in Little Village. Dr. Manish Shukla wants to add a partial second floor at the former Birdie Pak butcher shop, 3925 W. 31st St., for his medical practice. The clinic would include more than a dozen examination rooms, procedure rooms, waiting rooms, doctors’ offices and a pharmacy. They would also add five parking spaces for patients at the site, Mark Kupiec, a zoning attorney, told residents at at Tuesday night community meeting.  The proposal requires a zoning change for the second-floor addition, which would add 2,900 square feet for the clinic. Shukla, who has practiced in the neighborhood for more than two decades, said he had “outgrown” his location at 3943 W. 31st St. and the expanded space will allow him to better serve patients.  In addition to family medicine, Shukla said he aims to...
    Officials at the White House reportedly lobbied the Department of Justice (DOJ) to pressure the former top federal prosecutor in Atlanta to resign out of frustration he would not investigate claims of voter fraud. A top Justice Department official, at the request of the White House, called former U.S. Attorney Byung Pak on Jan. 3 and told him President TrumpDonald TrumpKim says North Korean efforts will focus on bringing US 'to their knees' Pelosi urges Democrats to prepare to return to DC this week amid impeachment calls Ken Klippenstein: 'Ideological' blindspot kept law enforcement from urgently responding to Capitol riots MORE was furious at a lack of investigation into voter fraud allegations, The Wall Street Journal reported. The DOJ official reportedly told him that Trump wanted to fire Pak.  Pak, a Trump appointee, announced his resignation the following day, writing to colleagues that he was proud of "working very closely with our law enforcement partners in keeping...
    The White House sicced a senior Justice Department official on Atlanta’s top U.S. Attorney on Jan. 3, causing his resignation, as part of a pressure campaign to change the results of the 2020 presidential election, The Wall Street Journal reported. In a late-night phone call, the DOJ official told Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak that President Trump was furious Atlanta’s feds weren’t investigating election fraud, the report said. The DOJ official told Pak that Trump wanted to fire him, prompting the top prosecutor to resign instead the next day, one day before Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff election, the report said. Pak had cited “unforeseen circumstances” in stepping down. The pressure campaign against Pak was part of the president’s weekslong attempt to alter his election loss to president-elect Joe Biden, the Journal said. The paper also reported that as election officials in Georgia verified signatures on absentee...
    More On: justice department Proud Boy leader seen smoking in Capitol during siege arrested Justice Department announces arrests of high-profile Capitol rioters Justice Department to probe shooting of Air Force vet in Capitol siege Feds suggest Trump won’t be prosecuted for alleged incitement of Capitol riots The White House sicced a senior Justice Department official on Atlanta’s top U.S. Attorney on Jan. 3, causing his resignation, as part of a pressure campaign to change the results of the 2020 presidential election, The Wall Street Journal reported. In a late-night phone call, the DOJ official told Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak that President Trump was furious Atlanta’s feds weren’t investigating election fraud, the report said. The DOJ official told Pak that Trump wanted to fire him, prompting the top prosecutor to resign instead the next day, one day before Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff election, the report said....
    WASHINGTON - The White House pushed the top federal prosecutor in Atlanta to resign before Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff because President Donald Trump was unhappy that he wasn’t doing enough to investigate Trump’s unfounded claims of election fraud, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday. The Justice Department on Tuesday tapped a new federal prosecutor to lead the Atlanta office, a day after the Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, Byung J. “BJay” Pak, abruptly resigned. Pak’s resignation drew attention because Trump appeared to refer to him in a recent phone call with Georgia’s secretary of state in which the outgoing Republican president asked state officials to try to “find” enough votes to overturn the results of the Nov. 3 election he lost to Democrat Joe Biden. In a recording obtained by numerous media outlets, Trump appeared to complain during the call about Pak without naming him,...
    DONALD Trump allegedly pressured an election official in Georgia to "find the fraud," as the White House forced a US attorney in the state to resign before the Senate runoff elections The request, made during a December phone call, is the third example of Trump allegedly asking a high-level Georgia official to help dispute the results of the 2020 election. 6Donald Trump allegedly told a Georgia election official to 'find the fraud'Credit: AFP - Getty 6Reports claim that White House officials pushed Georgia US Attorney Byung Pak to resignCredit: Georgia Governor's Office Trump lost the state to Joe Biden by nearly 12,000 votes. During the December call, which a person familiar with the case described to the Washington Post on the condition of an anonymity, Trump apparently told the top official that they would be a "national hero" if they could find fraud. The call to put the pressure...
    Loading the player... Georgia U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak, who was appointed by President Donald Trump, was forced to resign before the Georgia U.S. Senate runoffs due to pressure from The White House. According to the Wall Street Journal, Trump was upset with Pak for not making an effort to investigate his claims of voter fraud, even though the claims were unproven. Read More: An Air Force Veteran was amongst Capitol Hill rioters Pak resigned abruptly on Monday and expressed to his colleagues in an outgoing email that his leaving was due to “unforeseen circumstances.” Trump reportedly remarked that Pak was a “never Trumper.” In this Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019, file photo, U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak is seen following a news conference in Atlanta. Pak, the top federal prosecutor in Atlanta, left his position Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, a day after an audio recording was made...
    (CNN)White House officials pressured a top Georgia federal prosecutor to resign ahead of the state's high stakes Senate runoff elections because President Donald Trump was upset he wasn't pursuing Trump's baseless allegations of widespread election fraud strongly enough, according to The Wall Street Journal. The Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, reported Saturday that a senior Justice Department official called Trump-appointed US Attorney Byung J. Pak at the White House's request. The official told Pak he needed to resign because he wasn't investigating the allegations to Trump's liking, the Journal reported.The day before Georgians headed to the polls, Pak abruptly submitted his resignation, citing "unforeseen circumstances" as his reason for departure in an email to his colleagues.Trump pressured Georgia elections investigator to find the fraud in 2020 electionThe revelation marks yet another effort by Trump to attempt to pressure a Georgia government employee to overturn President-elect Joe Biden's win...
    White House officials pushed Atlanta’s top federal prosecutor to resign before Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoffs because President Trump was upset he wasn’t doing enough to investigate the president’s allegations of election fraud, people familiar with the matter said. A senior Justice Department official, at the behest of the White House, called Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak and told him he needed to step down because he wasn’t pursuing vote-fraud allegations to Mr. Trump’s satisfaction, the people said. Mr. Pak resigned abruptly on Monday—the day before the runoffs—saying in an early morning email to colleagues that his departure was due to "unforeseen circumstances."  CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP The pressure on Mr. Pak was part of Mr. Trump’s weekslong push to try to alter presidential election results favoring President-elect Joe Biden, which included his win in Georgia. Mr. Trump this week, following the U.S. Capitol riot, said he would...
    ATLANTA (AP) — President Donald Trump has named a new, acting U.S. attorney in Atlanta, a day after the abrupt resignation of the man who held the post since 2017. Bobby Christine, who already serves as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia, is now also the acting U.S. Attorney for the Atlanta-based Northern District, according to a brief news release from the U.S. Justice Department. Christine’s government website says Trump issued the order naming him to the post on Monday. Christine replaces Byung J. “BJay” Pak, who announced his resignation Monday without giving a reason. It’s not unusual for U.S. attorneys to leave their posts as presidential administrations change. Pak’s announcement Monday, however, was notable because it came a day after recordings of a telephone call became public in which President Donald Trump, who nominated Pak for the position, appeared to suggest that Pak was a...
    (CNN)President Donald Trump on Monday ordered a US attorney from southern Georgia to take over the nearby Atlanta office in an unusual move at the same time that Georgia and the Atlanta US Attorney has become a focus of the President in his attempt to overturn the state's certified election results.Byung "BJay" Pak, a Trump appointee who has served in the office since 2017, left his job abruptly on Monday as the US attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, which includes Atlanta and Fulton County, citing "unforeseen circumstances" in a memo to staff.There were 18 attempted calls from the White House to GA secretary of states office, sources sayPak's departure follows fallout over a weekend phone call where Trump pressured Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, to "find" votes to overturn the election in the state, which he lost to President-elect Joe Biden. In audio of the...
    The official photos of the Northern District of Georgia’s ex-U.S. Attorney Byung “BJay” Pak and his successor Bobby L. Christine. Outgoing President Donald Trump has written an order to install his handpicked U.S. Attorney in a jurisdiction that includes Atlanta, Georgia, a post previously held by another Trump appointee whom Trump appeared to brand as a “never-Trumper” in a taped phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger this weekend. The Southern District of Georgia’s top prosecutor, U.S. Attorney Bobby Christine also took over for his departing colleague Byung “BJay” Pak up north in the Peach State on the day of the latter’s precipitous ouster. Christine will now preside over both offices. “On January 4, 2021, by written order of the President, Bobby was named Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia,” the Justice Department announced on its website. The Justice Department referred a request for the...
    President TrumpDonald TrumpAttorney says census count to determine congressional seats won't be done until February Trump's final push for Georgia runoff dominated by personal grievances Trump at Georgia rally says he hopes Pence 'comes through for us'  MORE has named Bobby Christine, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Georgia, as the new acting attorney in Atlanta, bypassing a top career prosecutor to fill the role.  Christine’s office announced the news Tuesday, writing that he was named acting U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia on Monday “by written order of the President.” The news comes after Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak abruptly resigned from the role, effective immediately, on Monday after holding the position for three years.  Pak, the first Korean-American to become a U.S. attorney, said in a release that he believed he had “done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to...
    A top federal prosecutor in Georgia who was appointed by President Trump resigned Monday, offering little explanation for his sudden departure.  U.S. Attorney Byung J. "BJay" Pak did not offer insight into why he was leaving his post after less than four years, or where he was going next, but thanked Trump for "the greatest honor of my professional career," according to a statement provided by the Justice Department (DOJ). "I have done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow citizens in a fair, effective and efficient manner," Pak said. "I am grateful to President Trump and the United States Senate for the opportunity to serve, and to former Attorneys General [Jeff] Sessions and [William] Barr for their leadership of the Department." GEORGIA SENATE RUNOFF ELECTIONS: WHAT TO KNOW Pak, who is originally from Seoul, South Korea, immigrated to the U.S. when he was...
    U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak has announced his resignation effective January 4, 2021. Pak is departing the office after serving for more than three years as the chief federal law enforcement officer for the Northern District of Georgia, which consists of 46 counties in Northwestern Georgia and which has offices in Atlanta, Rome, Gainesville, and Newnan.  He was nominated as U.S. Attorney by President Donald Trump in July 2017, confirmed by the United States Senate on September 28, 2017, and sworn in as the District’s 25th Presidentially appointed U.S. Attorney on October 10, 2017. “It has been the greatest honor of my professional career to have been able to serve my fellow citizens as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia.  I have done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow...
    The top federal prosecutor for the Northern District of Georgia abruptly resigned on Monday. U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak previously signaled that he would stay in his position until Jan. 20 — Inauguration Day — but that changed after a recording made public on Sunday revealed President Trump complaining of "never-Trumper U.S. attorney there" during a phone conversation with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Trump did not specify whether he was talking about Pak during the conversation that was largely focused on election fraud claims. In an internal email reported by Talking Points Memo, Pak said "unforeseen circumstances" prompted his decision to resign early, although he did not elaborate. A statement released publicly only expressed gratitude to Trump and others. "It has been the greatest honor of my professional career to have been able to serve my fellow citizens as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of...
    An Atlanta-based U.S. attorney appointed by President TrumpDonald TrumpCotton breaks with conservative colleagues who will oppose electoral vote count Trump to give Nunes Medal of Freedom: reports Hogan says lawmakers' 'scheme' to overturn election results 'makes a mockery of our system' MORE abruptly left his position on Monday after serving three years in the role, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia announced Monday. U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak, the first Korean American to become a U.S. attorney, resigned, effective immediately, on Monday after Trump appointed him to the position in 2017. Pak, who was born in South Korea, called serving as a U.S. attorney "the greatest honor of my professional career." "I have done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow citizens in a fair, effective and efficient manner," he said in a release.  “As I look back at...
    By KATE BRUMBACK, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — The top federal prosecutor in Atlanta left his position Monday, a day after an audio recording was made public in which President Donald Trump called him a “never-Trumper." Byung J. “BJay” Pak, who was appointed by Trump, announced his resignation as U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia in a news release. The statement did not say why Pak was leaving or what he plans to do next. “It has been the greatest honor of my professional career to have been able to serve my fellow citizens as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia," Pak said in the release. "I have done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow citizens in a fair, effective and efficient manner. I am grateful to President Trump and the United States Senate for the opportunity...
    ATLANTA (AP) — The top federal prosecutor in Atlanta left his position Monday, a day after an audio recording was made public in which President Donald Trump called him a “never-Trumper.” Byung J. “BJay” Pak, who was appointed by Trump, announced his resignation as U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia in a news release. The statement did not say why Pak was leaving or what he plans to do next. “It has been the greatest honor of my professional career to have been able to serve my fellow citizens as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia,” Pak said in the release. “I have done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow citizens in a fair, effective and efficient manner. I am grateful to President Trump and the United States Senate for the opportunity to serve, and to former...
    Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government on Saturday approved the release of Rs 2.35 crore to purchase the ancestral houses of legendary Bollywood actors Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor located in the heart of this city and declared as the national heritage.  Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmud Khan formally approved the proposal, allowing the authorities concerned to purchase the ancestral havelis at a rate determined by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Communication and Works Department (C&W) a few weeks back. Raj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar’s Ancestral Properties in Pakistan to Be Taken Over by Department of Archaeology in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Deputy Commissioner of Peshawar Muhammad Ali Asghar, following a report of the Communication and Works Department, has fixed the price of Dilip Kumar’s four marla (101 square metres) house for Rs 80.56 lakh while that of Raj Kapoor’s six marla house (151.75 square metres) for Rs 1.50 crore. Marla, a traditional unit of area used...
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    Epic Games Over the years, Fortnite has had some pretty big season-ending live events, but it’s sounding like none of them will be able to hold a candle to whatever Epic has planned to close out Season 4. We’ve already heard from leakers in a previous update that this will be the biggest event Fortnite has ever seen, but we never knew an actual size. With this update, a variety of event files have been discovered, and while the leakers aren’t discussing what’s actually in them, they are chatting about the sheer size of them. So far, it’s looking like this event will live up to the hype and it definitely has the potential to change Fortnite.This Event is Huge Let me express smth real quick to show how huge this event will be this event has 2 encrypted paks a 721MB enc pak and a 500MB one...
    Meghan Markle Makes Surprise Appearance on AGT Finale to Support a Special Contestant (Named Archie!) 5 Ways to Get Target Gift Cards for Free Florida States John Pak still No. 1 in PGA Tour U rankings; Vandys John Augenstein rises Florida State senior John Pak was one of 13 amateurs who started the week at the 120th U.S. Open. He was the only one left standing Sunday at Winged Foot. © Provided by Golf Channel The 21-year-old Pak, who opened his first major championship in 1-under 69, finished at 18 over, which was good enough for a share of 51st place and most importantly, low-amateur honors. “I've never played in anything like this, a golf course this hard, a competition this tough,” Pak said. “It just proves that all this hard work that I've done is finally paying off, and it shows that my game is at a point...
    Harris English doesn’t generally lose his temper. He might be one of the most even-tempered players on the PGA Tour. But on the first hole of the U.S. Open final round Sunday at Winged Foot, where he began the day with an outside chance at even-par, four shots out of the lead, English was ticked off. And he had a right to be. English missed his tee shot into the left rough and, despite the USGA having spotters whose job it is to find errant shots, no one could find the ball within the three-minute search rule. English had to go back to the first tee and hit another tee shot and ended up taking a double bogey and was visibly upset. It left him six shots out of the lead with little chance to catch up to eventual winner Bryson DeChambeau. English closed with a 73 to finish...
    MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — The Latest from the final round of the U.S. Open, golf’s second major of the year (all times EDT): ___ 12:40 p.m. While the leaders are warming up at Winged Foot, the U.S. Open’s lone remaining amateur is done with his round. John Pak, a senior at Florida State who grew up not far from Winged Foot, shot 4-over 74 to finish the tournament at 18-over 298. Matthew Wolff has an afternoon tee time and will start at 5-under par, with a two-shot lead over Bryson DeChambeau on a brisk, breezy day at Winged Foot. The 21-year-old Wolff is trying to become the youngest U.S. Open winner since Bobby Jones in 1923. DeChambeau is hoping to add the U.S. Open title to his U.S. Amateur title in 2015. The only other player to begin the day under par was 2010 British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen. He’s...
    He’s the last Am standing. John Pak is not going to win the U.S. Open, but he is going to be standing on the 18th green at Winged Foot late Sunday afternoon for the awards ceremony and he’ll be handed a trophy. Pak, a 21-year-old senior at Florida State who grew up in Scotch Plains, N.J., will have the luxury on Sunday of shooting whatever in the final round, and he’ll still win low amateur at this 120th U.S. Open. That’s because, of the 13 amateurs who qualified into the 144-player field this week, Pak was the only one to make the cut. He wasn’t happy with the 79 he shot in Saturday’s third round, but he’ll always have Thursday, when he shot an opening-round 1-under 69 and was in contention for one day. “I’m so honored to be low amateur this week,’’ Pak told The Post Saturday. “I played...
    University of Michigan staff continue demanding change after grad students end strike 25 Towns Devastated by Losing a Single Company Last am standing: John Pak will be the only amateur to play the weekend at U.S. Open John Pak didn’t make a birdie on Friday at Winged Foot, but he managed to keep the big numbers to a minimum, too. Often at the U.S. Open, there is an amateur in the mix. Pak will be that man at Winged Foot as he enters the third round nine shots off the lead and as the only amateur on the weekend tee sheet. © Provided by Golfweek PGA: U.S. Open - Second Round Low-amateur honors are assured at this point, and that’s significant considering Pak’s regional roots. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ The Scotch Plains, New Jersey native, a senior...
    About 1,000 of these ridiculous things are in the new book, The Super-Fun-Pak Comix Reader.  That book, and the brand new four-year chronicle of the rise of Trump, Tom the Dancing Bug: Into the Trumpverse, are available here. "Delve into the dementia, the dread, and the delightfulness of this collection of Tom the Dancing Bug's strips — it's history through the lens of a self-loathing insomniac. In a way, it's all of us." -Patton Oswalt JOIN Tom the Dancing Bug's INNER HIVE. Get exclusive access to comics before they are published, sneak peeks, insider scoops, and lots of other stuff. JOIN TODAY. FOLLOW @RubenBolling on the Twitters and a Face Book perhaps some Insta-grams, and even my/our MeWe. This content was created by a Daily Kos Community member. Make YOUR voice heard! Log in or create an account.
    The quickest Dodge Challenger is also the most expensive, just don't think about showing it off on the street. Dodge The 2021 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak is a very limited edition factory race car designed to compete in the NHRA sportsman classes against the likes of the Ford Mustang Cobra Jet and Chevrolet COPO Camaro. Dodge The coupe is powered by a supercharged 384 cubic-inch V8 that drives its Mickey Thompson drag radial-shod rear wheels through a three speed automatic and Strange Engineering live rear axle. Dodge Specific power and performance specifications have not been released, but the Drag Pak includes an ice tank for the intercooler, a roll cage NHRA rated for 7.5-second quarter-mile runs, a three-gallon fuel cell, Racetech seats and harnesses, Holley digital display, wheelie bars and a parachute. Dodge Dodge Dodge will only build 50 cars starting...
    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– It was a long slow crawl into the mountains Friday evening, with heavy volume backups allowing for grueling progress only to be exacerbated by an overturned semi at Vail Pass. The Pak family of Aurora spent two hours on the road, but got only to the Beaver Brook area on the west side of Evergreen. (credit: CBS) “I’ve never really seen it like this on an evening drive to the mountains,” said Phil Pak, whose family has had a place in Winter Park for decades. Many of the cars bore out of state plates. Erin Pak talked about the reality that Colorado’s COVID-19 numbers are better than many other states. “Definitely we have a really good control on it. And other states are seeing that and saying hey we have a three-day weekend, let’s head out.” In Vail, things aren’t as bad as feared earlier in...
    The Turkish drama series “Dirillis Ertugrul” (Resurrection) is Pakistans most viewed, loved and adored series. However, Pakistan’s biggest Islamic educational institution has declared watching the series against Shariah. This is after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had called on all Pakistanis to watch the drama as it holds a great message for the Muslim world and would bring them together on principles, originated from the teachings of Islam. Gunjan Saxena: Delhi HC to Hear Plea That Seeks Stay on Jahnvi Kapoor’s Netflix Film over IAF’s Portrayal After its Urdu dubbed version hit the Pakistani state television screen, its viewership shot up, with appreciation pouring from all parts of the country, rocketing its online viewership in Pakistan to over one million in no time. The drama gained and garnered over three billion views and translated into 39 languages, claiming a spot in the Guiness Book of World Record for being the...
    David Henrie Says He and Selena Gomez Have Talked About a Wizards of Waverly Place Reboot Trump calls on supporters to boycott Goodyear, tweeting Dont buy Goodyear Tires over companys ban on MAGA hats Seven top-ranked amateurs have earned a spot in the U.S. Open at Winged Foot With a fully exempt U.S. Open field in 2020, amateurs didn’t have a chance to play their way in to the country’s national championship. © Provided by Golfweek Still, the amateurs weren’t forgotten this year. The U.S. Golf Association announced on Wednesday the seven amateur players who gained entry in the U.S. Open field courtesy of their position in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. Players may not have had their chance at qualifying in the traditional sense – first an 18-hole local qualifier than a 36-hole sectional qualifier – but their body of work in college, junior and amateur events was...
    The two Tom the Dancing Bug books, Tom the Dancing Bug: Into the Trumpverse, and The Super-Fun-Pak Comix Reader, are now available. Information about the books, including how to order, and special offers here. "The fact that Tom the bug can keep dancing in this day and age is a testament to Ruben Bolling’s skills as a cartoonist!" -Seth Meyers JOIN Tom the Dancing Bug's INNER HIVE. Get exclusive access to comics before they are published, sneak peeks, insider scoops, and lots of other stuff. JOIN TODAY! Or, really, any day of your choosing. FOLLOW @RubenBolling on the Twitters and a Face Bookperhaps some Insta-grams, and even my/our MeWe. This content was created by a Daily Kos Community member. Make YOUR voice heard! Log in or create an account.
    SOMERVILLE (CBS) — Phase 3 in Somerville was supposed to start Monday but for the third time, the city decided to delay over concerns of COVID-19 case trends and risk of a new surge. Gyms remain closed in Somerville. The city says it’s still not ready for a Phase 3 re-opening which means places like gyms and museums must remain closed for now. Greg Caine and Tara Cates who prefer the gym have no choice but workout outside. “I was disappointed because I enjoy the work out with a coach but if Somerville doesn’t feel it’s appropriate then I was totally fine with that,”  said Cates. Caine said he’s doing his best to stay in shape. “It’s a different routine if you’re used to being in a gym. You have to deal with weather, motivation to be outside in the heat,” he said. While other cities have moved on, Somerville...
    Woody Johnson: NFL owner and Trump ambassador to UK sparks watchdog probe over alleged racist and sexist remarks and a push to promote Trump business This Major Grocery Store Chain Is Opening Up 70 New Locations Golfs future stars highlight PGA Tour Universitys inaugural rankings PGA TOUR University became official last month, providing an improved path to the Tour for college golf’s best players through developmental circuits like the Korn Ferry Tour, Mackenzie Tour (PGA Tour Canada), PGA Tour Latinoamérica and PGA Tour Series-China. © File Photo File photo On Wednesday PGA Tour University announced its inaugural rankings, with Florida State’s John Pak at the top spot. A rising senior for the Seminoles, Pak has earned five wins since the start of the 2019 spring season, including last year’s ACC Championship. “When I first heard that I was No. 1, I was a little bit shocked as I thought...
    Ajay Devgn’s Bhuj: The Pride of India was among the list of upcoming releases by Disney+ Hotstar. The film that revolves around the Indo-Pak war of 1971 sees Ajay collaborating with Sanjay Dutt, Bhumi Pednekar, Nora Fatehi and Rana Daggubati. While its theatrical release date was announced around the Independence Day weekend, the makers are still contemplating about its OTT release date. However, seems like they are planning to retain the original slot, just on a different platform now. Bhuj: The Pride of India on Disney +Hotstar: Ajay Devgn and Sanjay Dutt Look Intense In The Indo-Pak War Movie Posters (View Pics). As per reports in LetsOTT, the producers of Bhuj are still thinking about releasing the film online around Independence Day. Considering the movie has a patriotic theme and narrates an important chapter in Indo-Pak war of 1971, the makers felt the Independence Day slot would be apt for...
    Russia has reportedly begun construction of its next-generation PAK DA stealth bomber as part of an apparent strategic effort to usher in a new era of stealth bombing technology. Moscow hopes to get ahead of the U.S. Air Force’s emerging B-21 stealth bomber and China’s H-20 strategic bomber. Citing Russian News Agency TASS Military Watch Magazine reports that the first prototype is expected to be finished by the end of next year. Later, more prototypes are slated to be ready for testing by April 2023, something which puts the bomber’s production schedule on roughly the same anticipated timeframe as the U.S. B-21. Interestingly, its configuration seems to parallel elements of the U.S. B-2 and emerging B-21 bombers, with some key differences. Of course, its horizontal blended wing-body shape is to be expected for these kinds of stealthy platforms, yet available renderings of the PAK DA show rectangular-shaped inlets aligned with or somewhat...
    A lengthy-awaited meeting of Indian officials with Kulbhushan Jadhav finished inconclusively on Thursday following Pakistan refused to give them unimpeded consular obtain, the external affairs ministry explained on Thursday night. New Delhi has lodged a official protest with Islamabad. Indian officers experienced made almost a dozen requests to Islamabad around the past a single 12 months for “unimpeded, uninterrupted and unconditional” consular access to the previous Indian naval officer in line with the verdict of the Worldwide Court of Justice. Jadhav, a former naval officer turned businessman, was quietly sentenced to loss of life by a army courtroom in April 2017. He experienced long gone lacking the preceding calendar year from Iran and turned up in the custody of Pakistani stability businesses some time later on who accused him of espionage. Thursday’s consular access to Jadhav was the second time that he experienced been permitted to fulfill Indian officers. The...
    Disney + Hotstar, in a virtual press conference on June 29, announced 7 Bollywood films that would be releasing on the OTT platform, given the scheduling chaos that the on-going COVID-19 pandemic has created. A list of these films are – Akshay Kumar’s Laxmmi Bomb, Alia Bhatt’s Sadak 2, Varun Dhawan’s Coolie No: 1, Ajay Devgn’s Bhuj: The Pride of India, Abhishek Bachchan’s The Big Bull, Vidyut Jammwal’s Khuda Hafiz and Kunal Kemmu’s Lootcase. As Disney+ Announces Its Virtual Press Conference with Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and Other B-town Stars Fans Speculate the OTT Announcement of Laxmmi Bomb, Bhuj: The Pride of India and the Rest. A while back, the poster for Akshay Kumar’s Laxmmi Bomb was released during the press conference by Akshay. Touted as one of the biggest films of 2020, it was said to release on May 22, but will now see the light of the day...
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