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Trump: “Well, I have to look at the group. I mean, I don’t know what group you’re talking about. You wouldn’t want me to condemn a group that I know nothing about. Oh, and favorite song? Maybe “Don’t Let me Down”. Though “Here Comes the Sun” and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” are both up there. Not too mention the Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/etc medley on side B of Abbey Road is just brilliant.
After many years Robert took his place in the turret room. But he was soon returned to the atticWhen Gene’s parents died the Otto home came to Gene. Robert was rediscovered and welcomed back into the lower rooms of the home. This case once again expanded the Supreme Court’s consideration to a new kind of technology: GPS tracking devices. In a new Fourth Amendment ruling, the judges unanimously agreed that attaching a GPS device to a car and tracking its movements constituted a search under the Fourth Amendment. Justice Scalia delivered the ruling, focusing on the installation of the device with an expired warrant:.
How much that messes with you I don’t know as it depends on you. I’d guess it would cause some fatigue or other issues. It might trigger some food cravings, or increased sugar cravings, not sure. 23 Mar 2018As soon as the House assembled at 11 and Pro tem speaker Ratan Chakraborty arrived to conduct the Speaker’s elections, the national anthem was played and all the ministers, members, officials, journalists and spectators stood up to show respect.National anthem played for first time in Tripura assembly23 Mar 2018The national anthem was played for the first time in the Tripura assembly on Friday.Williamnagar assembly poll today27 Apr 2018Election to the Williamnagar assembly constituency, which was countermanded in the wake of the killing of NCP candidate Jonathone Sangma in a militant attack on February 18, will be held on Friday.Scottish MP ejected from parliament over Brexit row2018 06 13T14:28:02.190ZA senior Scottish nationalist MP was ejected from the British parliament on Wednesday in chaotic scenes after staging a protest against the government’s “contempt” for Scotland in the Brexit process.Venezuela’s Maduro being sworn in for second term Thursday24 May 2018Nicolas Maduro, re elected as Venezuela’s President on Sunday, in a poll boycotted by the main opposition parties, said he would take the oath of office before the Constituent Assembly, which he set up himself last year and stacked with his supporters.Pakistan assembly passes bill to give equal rights to tribes15 May 2018The ousted PM Nawaz Sharif exacerbated the war of words that recently broke out between him and Pak’s ruling establishment over the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. “I am a 3 time PM elected by the people of Pakistan. I am privy to many realities and would reveal truth if a commission is formed,” he said.Ecuador minister becomes fourth woman to head UN General Assembly05 Jun 2018Espinosa Garces beat out Honduras’ UN Ambassador Mary Elizabeth Flores Flake in the race held against a backdrop of divisions in Latin America and globally on foreign policy.North Korea parliament to convene to approve national agenda11 Apr 2018North Korea’s parliament is scheduled to convene amid a series of diplomatic moves by leader Kim Jong Un that could have a major impact on the direction the country takes in the months and possibly years ahead.Nomination papers of Abbasi, Imran Khan rejected by Pak EC2018 06 19T15:24:47ZIn a setback to bigwigs, Pakistan’s election commission on Tuesday rejected the nomination papers of former prime minister and PML N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf chief Imran Khan for the NA 53 constituency of Islamabad.Pakistan plans permanent ban on JuD, other terror groups08 Apr 2018The Pakistan government is working on a draft bill to permanently ban Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed led Jamaat ud Dawa as well as other groups and individuals on the watch list of the interior ministry.Turkish presidential candidate runs campaign from jail08 Jun 2018Demirtas, the former co chairman of the pro Kurdish People’s Democratic Party, or HDP, is one of five candidates running against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the June 24 presidential election.