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    Hrithik Roshan was spotted at the Mumbai Crime branch today. He is there to record his statement in a case that he has initiated against Kangana Ranaut back in 2016. The actor had filed a complaint that somebody was impersonating him and sending Kangana mails from a fraud id. Kangana had rebuffed it saying that the actor himself had given her the email id which they have been using to communicate with each other till 2014. Kangana Ranaut Vs Hrithik Roshan Continues! Actress Says ‘His Sob Story Starts Again’ After Actor’s Complaint Transfers To Crime Intelligence Unit ANI reports that Hrithik filed a legal case against Kangana after she addressed him as ‘Silly ex’ during an interview. Hrithik had denied any relationship with her. The actors worked together in Kites and Krrish 3. Check out a few pictures of Hrithik at the crime branch here… Here’s the...
    Bollywood megastar Hrithik Roshan has been summoned to appear before the Mumbai crime branch at 11 am on Saturday to record his statement in a case he registered against actor Kangana Ranaut in 2016 involving an exchange of emails between the two. In 2016, Roshan had filed a complaint alleging that someone impersonating him was emailing Ranaut from a bogus email id. Kangana had then claimed that the email id was provided to her by Roshan and they had been communicating through the same email id till 2014. The emails were allegedly sent in 2013 and 2014. Kangana Ranaut Vs Hrithik Roshan Continues! Actress Says ‘His Sob Story Starts Again’ After Actor’s Complaint Transfers To Crime Intelligence Unit. In 2016, Roshan had sent a legal notice to Ranaut after she had referred to him as a silly ex. Roshan had denied having any kind of relationship with Ranaut. The two...
    A sentence recognizes the right of a citizen to record a police intervention to prevent or alert of any police abuse, but warns that uploading it to social networks may involve “an irregular use of images” and a “media exposure for no reason” by the agents. The Criminal Court number 4 of Pamplona makes this reflection in the sentence where it condemns a charged to 3 months in prison for a crime of resistance with the mitigation of drunkenness, and to compensate an agent of the Municipal Police with 125.28 euros. The judge analyzes the use of the images captured by the security forces when addressing the case of a defendant who recorded and rebuked the agents who were about to punish him for breaching health regulations when consuming alcohol on the street on November 7, 2020 in Pamplona. The agent stopped the recording and returned the phone While recording...
    Tom Brady is a record-breaking machine. Entering the twilight years of his career, it’s gotten to the point that almost every other game Brady starts, he either breaks or sets an all-time record. While there are many stats to make a case for Brady as the GOAT, this might just be the craziest one yet. We all know that Tom Brady is the league’s winningest quarterback. With 6 Super Bowl rings, and over 200+ career wins, it is Brady’s ridiculous run in the Playoffs that sets him apart from the rest. Tom Brady can take on franchises himself Tom Brady has played in 43 playoff games in his career so far. And among those 43, 32 have resulted in victories. That’s a win percentage of close to 75%. With his latest win coming against the New Orleans Saints, Brady is a league of his own. And by that we mean...
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court on Tuesday agreed to reconsider its decision to uphold a judge’s ruling allowing Baltimore police to carry out an aerial surveillance pilot program. A divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, Virginia, sided with the police department last month. But a majority of the full court voted to hear the case again. The six-month surveillance test ended Oct. 31. But the technology’s effectiveness as a crime-fighting tool continued to be evaluated. Police last spring began to test whether images captured by wide-angle cameras attached to airplanes could help them investigate murders, nonfatal shootings, armed robberies and carjackings. The American Civil Liberties Union sued the department in April on behalf of area activists to try to prevent the planes from taking off, but a federal judge ruled that the technology does not violate people’s reasonable...
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court on Tuesday agreed to reconsider its decision to uphold a judge’s ruling allowing Baltimore police to carry out an aerial surveillance pilot program. A divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, Virginia, sided with the police department last month. But a majority of the full court voted to hear the case again. The six-month surveillance test ended Oct. 31. But the technology’s effectiveness as a crime-fighting tool continued to be evaluated. Police last spring began to test whether images captured by wide-angle cameras attached to airplanes could help them investigate murders, nonfatal shootings, armed robberies and carjackings. The American Civil Liberties Union sued the department in April on behalf of area activists to try to prevent the planes from taking off, but a federal judge ruled that the technology does not violate people’s reasonable...
    More Californians are dying of COVID-19 now than at any other point in the pandemic. But as ferociously as the coronavirus has spread this autumn, it still continues to stalk certain communities much more than others. More than 1,500 people lost their lives to COVID-19 in the last week — a number that represents 7% of the state’s more than 22,000 total coronavirus-related fatalities. The death tolls seen Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday — 295, 394, 288 and 265, respectively — represent the four deadliest days the state has seen throughout the entire pandemic, according to data compiled by The Times. California on Friday broke a record for most coronavirus cases in a single day with 53,326, topping the high last set Wednesday, when 52,330 cases were reported, according to The Times’ county-by-county survey. The state is now averaging more than 40,000 new coronavirus cases a day over...
    VALLEJO (CBS SF) — Vallejo police were asking for the community’s help in identifying a suspect accused of recording women in public restroom stalls. Police responded to two incidents at the same business on different occasions of women reporting having observed a cellphone protrude from beneath the stall partition from the adjoining stall to record the women. The first reported case was Oct. 26, and the second case was reported Tuesday. In both cases, the suspect was confronted before fleeing the business, but a photo was taken of the suspect during the second confrontation. Police released the photo of the suspect, described as a Black man who is 5 feet 10 inches tall with a slender build. Anyone with information regarding the cases, or anyone who believes to have been a victim of the suspect, is asked to contact Detective Cpl. Martinez at (707) 917-4123.
    VALLEJO (CBS SF) — Vallejo police were asking for the community’s help in identifying a suspect accused of recording women in public restroom stalls. Police responded to two incidents at the same business on different occasions of women reporting having observed a cellphone protrude from beneath the stall partition from the adjoining stall to record the women. The first reported case was Oct. 26, and the second case was reported Tuesday. In both cases, the suspect was confronted before fleeing the business, but a photo was taken of the suspect during the second confrontation. Police released the photo of the suspect, described as a Black man who is 5 feet 10 inches tall with a slender build. Anyone with information regarding the cases, or anyone who believes to have been a victim of the suspect, is asked to contact Detective Cpl. Martinez at (707) 917-4123.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The State of Minnesota has filed a motion in the George Floyd case, asking the Hennepin County District Court to reconsider its approval of audio and video coverage during the trial. According to the State’s motion, the court’s order on Nov. 4 allowing the audio and video coverage upsets a “careful balance” set by the Minnesota General Rules of Practice. The State says the rules allow audio or visual recordings of criminal trials, but only if the State and defendants consent “in writing” or “on the record” prior to the trial. “Moreover, even when the parties consent, the Rules prohibit video and audio recordings of ‘any witness who objects thereto in writing or on the record before testifying.’,” the motion reads. The State argues that it did not consent to audio or visual broadcasts. At the minimum, the State is requesting the court to protect the right...
    Heisman Watch: Floridas Kyle Trask passes Alabamas Mac Jones to take lead A master list of how long you can keep leftovers Tesla’s stock powered up to a record as Wedbush analyst raised bull-case target to $1,000 © AFP via Getty Images THE RATINGS GAME Load Error Shares of Tesla Inc. rallied to a record on Monday, after Wedbush analyst Dan Ives boosted his base-case price target, and said he envisions a scenario in which the electric vehicle market leader’s stock reaches $1,000. The stock soared 6.6% to close at $521.85, above the previous record of $499.27 on Nov. 19. The $32.24 share price gain was adding $30.6 billion to Tesla’s market-capitalization, which climbed to $494.7 billion. Ives raised his base-case stock price target to $560 from $500, while reiterating the neutral rating he’s had on Tesla since April 2019. But Ives raised his bull-case price target by...
    With Senate on the line, Georgia activists are sliding into voters DMs before election Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder and inspiration Pat Quinn dies at 37 Tesla’s stock surges to a record as Wedbush analyst raises bull-case target to $1,000 © AFP via Getty Images THE RATINGS GAME Shares of Tesla Inc. rallied into record territory Monday, after Wedbush analyst Dan Ives boosted his base-case price target, and said he envisions a scenario in which the electric vehicle market leader’s stock reaches $1,000. The stock opened above the Nov. 19 record close of $499.27, then ran up as much as 5.3% to an all-time intraday high of $515.33 before paring some gains. The stock was recently up 5.0% Ives raised his base-case stock price target to $560 from $500, while reiterating the neutral rating he’s had on Tesla since April 2019. But Ives raised his bull-case price target by 25%,...
    SWEDEN'S herd immunity plan failed to prepare for a second wave of Covid-19, one of the the country's former health chiefs said. Ex-chief epidemiologist Annika Linde made the comments as Sweden's daily Covid case rate spiked to a record 5,990. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 5Sweden's daily case rate has spiked to a record 5,990, Pictured: A man wearing a face mask walks in the street in StockholmCredit: Rex Features 5Sweden's health bosses wrongly thought herd immunity would prevent a second wave. Pictured: A woman wears a face mask as she waits at a bus stop in StockholmCredit: AFP - Getty 5Sweden's daily Covid cases are rising Ms Linde said that "wishful thinking" led to Sweden's leaders thinking that herd immunity, rather than a lockdown, would protect them from another outbreak. She told the Telegraph: "Wishful thinking - when you don't believe in...
    By The Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY — The number of newly reported coronavirus cases in Oklahoma on Saturday more than doubled the previous one-day record, but the state Department of Health said a bureaucratic backlog and duplicate reporting partially account for the steep increase. There were 4,741 new cases, bringing the total to 136,492 since the pandemic began, the department said. The previous one-day record of 2,101 new cases was recorded Thursday as cases in the state have surged in recent weeks. “We have reason to believe that our normal case count would have continued on an upward trajectory without the backlog and duplication,” which is due to a transition from a manual to electronic reporting system, according to a health department statement. Officials said they were not sure how many cases were recorded twice but were investigating. In a statement, Gov. Kevin Stitt, called on residents to wash hands...
    WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Tuesday asked the Supreme Court to put on hold an appeals court ruling that Trump's accountant must immediately turn over tax records to a New York state prosecutor, setting up a decision from the high court that could come before Election Day. The court could allow the immediate enforcement of a subpoena issued by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. or block it temporarily. Even if the court rules against Trump, however, the records would normally not be made public but turned over to Vance's office. This is the second time the records issue has reached the high court. The court previously prevented the records from being turned over while the case proceeded. The justices in July rejected Trump’s argument that he is effectively immune from investigation while he holds office. Trump’s two Supreme Court nominees, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, joined that...
    MUMS-TO-BE are up in arms about plans to have every drop of booze they drink during pregnancy recorded on their baby's medical file. The controversial policy would even cover drinks consumed BEFORE the woman knew she was pregnant – and Brits are completely divided over the issue. 5 The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), which is recommending the move, says accurate records of a mum's alcohol intake are required for identifying kids at risk of foetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Some see the booze record as an unfair infringement on privacy - but others see it as a necessary medical effort to reduce harm to babies. Earlier this year, mum-of-five Zola admitted she drank throughout all her pregnancies, insisting her kids were healthy and happy. Here, two mums make the case for and against the new rules. 'Women have become used to having their...
    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Police in Las Vegas on Monday finalized a record $2.2 million settlement for the family of a man who died after being chased, punched, hit with stun gun jolts and put in a neck restraint by a police officer outside a Las Vegas casino in 2017. A Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department statement said officials hoped the payment to settle the excessive force and negligence lawsuit would bring “closure” to the children of 40-year-old Tashii Farmer Brown. “While there are still other legal matters pending, this is an important step toward justice in this case,” the department said. Boris Treyzon, an attorney representing the family, did not immediately respond to messages. The settlement of the case filed in federal court was outlined July 17 pending approval by the police Fiscal Affairs Committee, and officials acknowledged it was the largest in department history. Kenneth Lopera, the officer...
    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Police in Las Vegas on Monday finalized a record $2.2 million settlement for the family of a man who died after being chased, punched, hit with stun gun jolts and put in a neck restraint by a police officer outside a Las Vegas casino in 2017. A Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department statement said officials hoped the payment to settle the excessive force and negligence lawsuit would bring “closure” to the children of 40-year-old Tashii Farmer Brown. “While there are still other legal matters pending, this is an important step toward justice in this case,” the department said. Boris Treyzon, an attorney representing the family, did not immediately respond to messages. The settlement of the case filed in federal court was outlined July 17 pending approval by the police Fiscal Affairs Committee, and officials acknowledged it was the largest in department history. Kenneth Lopera, the...
    Mumbai, July 27: The Mumbai Police will record the statement of filmmaker Karan Johar this week in connection with the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, officials said on Monday. According to the police, statements of 40 people, including film critic Rajeev Masand, director-producer Sanjay Leela Bhansali, and filmmaker Aditya Chopra have been recorded in the investigation so far. Also Read | NIA Files Charge-Sheet Against 6 Accused in JeM Nagrota Infiltration-Transportation Module Case: Live News Breaking And Coronavirus Updates on July 27, 2020. Among others whose statements were recorded in the case at Bandra police station are Rajput’s cook Neeraj Singh, domestic help Keshav Bachner, manager Deepesh Sawant, creative manager Siddharth Ramnathmurti Pithani, sisters Neetu and Meetu Singh. Notably, television actor Mahesh Shetty, casting director Mukesh Chhabra, business manager Shruti Modi, PR manager Ankita Tehlani, actor Rhea Chakraborty, two former employees of Yash Raj Films have also recorded...
    Several Bollywood personalities have been questioned in relation to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. The actor died by suicide on June 14 and till now several people including the actor’s last film, Dil Bechara’s director Mukesh Chhabra, co-star Sanjana Sanghi, Rhea Chakraborty among others have been questioned by the Mumbai Police. Recently, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was also summoned for his statement in this case. Earlier, it was reported that actress Kangana Ranaut has also been summoned by Mumbai Police to record her statement. As per latest report in India Today Kangana Ranaut on Thursday was sent summons via post at her Manali address to record her statement. Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide Case: Mumbai Police Reportedly Issues Fresh Summons to Kangana Ranaut at Her Manali Address. Latest ANI report suggests that Kangana has responded to the through her lawyer and wrote to Mumbai Police saying that she is “keen to...
    By KIM CHANDLER, Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama reported more than 2,200 new coronavirus cases Thursday— the highest single-day increase in cases — as health officials cautioned it will take a few weeks to see the effect of a statewide mask order. The spike came after several days of declining case numbers and as a number of school systems announced students will not immediately return to classrooms this fall. The state topped more than 2,000 daily cases for the third time and is now averaging about 1,700 new cases reported each day. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey last week announced an order requiring face masks in public places. State health officials have cautioned it will take a few weeks to see any effect on case numbers. “For the effects of masking, at least two weeks would be necessary, but three would be best,” State Health Officer Scott Harris wrote...
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    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY MEDHA SINGH Wall Street’s main indexes were set to open lower on Friday on fears that a record increase in coronavirus cases could further delay the easing of restrictions, while taking a toll on Corporate America. Investors shed risky assets for the safety of gold and U.S. Treasuries as the United States registered the largest single-day increase in new infections globally for the second day in a row on Thursday. About 41 of the 50 U.S. states have reported an increase in COVID-19 cases over the last two weeks that has forced Americans to take new precautions, with several states backpedaling on reopening plans. “Investors are paying more attention to new case discovery than they are to the economic data and that is a pattern we’ve seen develop over the...
    SANTA CRUZ — As COVID-19 cases continue to reach record levels, Santa Cruz County’s health officer is warning that area hospitals may near capacity by the end of July. The county could also soon find itself on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “watchlist,” facing mandated reopening rollbacks such as the closure of bars and indoor dining. Active known COVID-19 cases in Santa Cruz County reached an all-time high of 216 as of Tuesday, about four times the level seen in early June. The total case count reached 501 including 282 recoveries and three deaths. A day earlier, 37 new confirmed cases broke the county’s single-day record set the prior week — though Mondays typically see higher than average case totals due to reporting delays from the weekend. “It looks like it’s headed into the classic virus logarithmic curve, where things change very quickly,” said Santa Cruz County Health Officer Dr. Gail Newel...
    WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY > Is coronavirus airborne? 239 scientists argue it is, push WHO to give more weight to airborne spread of virus > Seven-day case averages in 12 states hit new highs Sunday; Texas mayors warn of overwhelmed health care system; Florida surpasses 200,000 cases > White House rejects national mask mandate, Meadows says Trump sees issue as ‘state-to-state’ matter > FDA chief refuses to defend Trump’s rally claim, says surge in cases is ‘serious problem’ > Congress departs for two-week recess without addressing coronavirus spikes, economic distress throughout country > Majority of Americans concerned about lack of social distancing, according to new poll > Federal workforce heads back to the office > China moves to prevent future zoonotic disease spread  > The Louvre reopens, with considerably fewer tourists > The Hill’s Reid Wilson says political winners are governors who listened to scientists and public health...
    By TAMARA LUSH, KIM CHANDLER and KATHLEEN FOODY, Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Florida reported a record number of coronavirus cases on Saturday, the latest sign that the virus is surging in many parts of the United States, casting a pall over Fourth of July celebrations. Officials and health authorities warned people to take precautions or simply stay home on Independence Day, as confirmed cases are climbing in 40 states. The U.S. set another daily record Friday with 52,300 newly reported infections, according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University that is widely thought to be an undercount. Florida reported 11,445 confirmed infections on Saturday, bringing the statewide total to more than 190,000. Alabama this week also set a record for infections reported in a day, with more than 1,700 new confirmed cases recorded Thursday, and state health officials worried that the holiday weekend could lead to...
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Florida reported a record number of coronavirus cases on Saturday, the latest sign that the virus is surging in many parts of the United States, casting a pall over Fourth of July celebrations. Officials and health authorities warned people to take precautions or simply stay home on Independence Day, as confirmed cases are climbing in 40 states. The U.S. set another daily record Friday with 52,300 newly reported infections, according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University that is widely thought to be an undercount. Florida reported 11,445 confirmed infections on Saturday, bringing the statewide total to more than 190,000. Alabama this week also set a record for infections reported in a day, with more than 1,700 new confirmed cases recorded Thursday, and state health officials worried that the holiday weekend could lead to the type of spike that followed Memorial Day weekend. ...
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