SAN FRANCISCO – Pilot error was responsible for three of the five close-calls involving aircraft reported in the past 16 months at San Francisco International Airport, federal authorities said Wednesday, while another incident was blamed on an air traffic control problem.In most incidents, planes lined up to land on the wrong runway or taxiway at the airport, a notoriously difficult place for landings because of the close proximity of the two runways.In one case, an Air Canada flight almost landed on a taxiway jammed with four planes awaiting departure.Air Canada pilot Dimitrios Kisses told investigators he aborted the landing on July 7, 2017, because “things were not adding up,” the National Transportation Safety Board said in a report.Moments later, an air traffic controller told him to pull up.Longtime American Airlines pilot Chris Manno said the runways at the airport require pilots to be “on top of your game” when landing.“When you are operating with what you call ‘reduced lateral separation,’ which is what’s at San Fran and Minneapolis and other airports in the country, things are more critical and communication is key,” Manno said.“If there is a screw up with communication there is going to be a problem,” he added.The Federal Aviation Administration detailed other incidents in a separate report.It said a SkyWest pilot was given taxiing instructions on Dec. 14, 2016, and correctly read them back, but then turned onto the wrong taxiway.The aircraft stopped 65 feet from the edge of the runway, where a United Airlines Boeing 737 was taking off.On Oct. 22, 2017, another Air Canada flight was cleared to land but a tower controller then instructed the crew multiple times to circle because he was not certain that a preceding arrival would be clear of the runway.The FAA report says “the Air Canada crew did not acknowledge any of the controller’s instructions. A supervisor then used a red light gun to alert the crew to go around” until the other plane was off the runway.Investigators found the crew inadvertently switched from the San Francisco tower frequency to a ground frequency after receiving landing clearance. The incident “resulted in several actions” that were not specified in the report.Three months later, a traffic controller mistakenly cleared a Compass passenger jet to land on a runway where a Virgin America plane was waiting for takeoff, the FAA determined.The most recent near-collision occurred on Jan. 9 when an Aeromexico passenger jet was ordered to abort a landing as it descended toward a runway occupied by another commercial jet.The FAA determined the incident was caused by pilot error and said Aeromexico provided more training to its pilots on flying into San Francisco, including distributing a safety alert to its pilots about the incident.Since then, the airport has reinforced its ground radar system, added more lights and shut down a confusing taxiway, the FAA said.The FAA re-certified the airport last week after an in-depth review of its operations, airport spokesman Doug Yakel said.The National Transportation Safety Board is still investigating the July 2017 incident in which the Air Canada flight almost landed on a taxiway occupied by four other planes.It hasn’t concluded who was at fault, but the voluminous report released Wednesday includes interviews with the pilots, air traffic control and a chilling video clip of the aborted landing that shows the A320 with 140 people aboard coming close to another plane before turning its nose up and flying away.The pilot and co-pilot reported being tired after flying from Toronto, according to the NTSB report.The report also says co-pilot Matthew Dampier twice failed to earn a promotion to captain after getting unsatisfactory reviews during the process. Instructors said he made imprecise approaches before landings and seemed to lack understanding of situations and surroundings.A call seeking comment from The Air Canada Pilots Association, the union that represents the airlines’ pilots, was not returned.Air traffic controller Brian Delucchi told investigators that the flight path of the plane looked “extremely strange” before he ordered the crew to abort its landing and circle the airport for another attempt.He was the only one working that night, and the agency later issued new rules requiring two controllers in the airport tower during busy late-night periods.Delucchi said the plane dropped from his radar screen on approach, an unusual occurrence that he said didn’t alarm him because he was tracking the plane with binoculars.Federal officials subsequently issued new rules for nighttime landings and control-tower staffing. Now, when an adjacent runway is shut down at night, air traffic controllers will no longer let pilots make so-called visual approaches to land. Instead, they must use instrument landing systems or satellite-based systems to line up for the correct runway.___AP Airlines Writer David Koenig in Dallas contributed to this report.
Another accused have been identified as Althaf Sahul Hameed (48), he too held a Sri Lankan passport and arrived from Dubai by the Emirates Airlines flight. The police recovered 12 gold bars weighing around 1,399 grams and worth Rs 41.97 lakh.“Both the passenger belong to the Puthalam district in Sri Lanka. They were frequent fliers to India and are in trading activities in textile material, ready made garments and cosmetics,” said an official. In a similar incident on Friday night, Mumbai Customs intercepted a passenger Sayed Noorulameen (26), a resident of Bhatkal, Karnataka who had arrived from Dubai by Gulf Airways flight.Police said that he was hiding gold in one hand operated Juicer.“On breaking the Juicer machine, two pieces of cylindrical gold rods weighing 567 grams valued at Rs 17 Lakhs concealed in the hollow portion of the vertical column fixed to the base of juicer machine were recovered,” added the officer. Police said that upon searching him, they recovered 13 gold bars weighing about 1,516 grams worth Rs 45.48 lakh. The said gold bars were hidden in the rectum of his body. The Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) of Mumbai customs arrested two Sri Lankans for smuggling gold bars concealed in their rectum.As per details shared with India Today one of the accused identified as Jameer Abdul Wahid (42) arrived from Dubai by the Emirates Airlines flight at Mumbai airport.
Containers aren’t to be confused with virtual machines (VMs), as Kerravala explained when he joined us for a No Jitter on Air episode to discuss how this technology fits in with enterprise communications (tune in here or click on the player below). If you’re into the cloud, then “containers” is likely a familiar term — with containerization of applications a hot trend. Until recently, however, containers haven’t been much talked about in association with enterprise communications. That’s starting to change. Back in June, for example, Avaya announced a containerized version of its UCaaS service known as Powered By Avaya IX (formerly IP Office). For this offering, Avaya runs the service as a set of containerized workloads on Google Cloud Platform, as UC analyst Zeus Kerravala, of ZK Research, wrote for No Jitter at the time. While VMs are self-contained systems that include the application, the runtime system, the operating system, and the hypervisor below it, containers are essentially isolated runtime systems for applications or their components. A container manager, like Kubernetes, sits on top of OS and binds the components together, he said. The Future of ContainersBesides Avaya offering a containerized version of its UCaaS service, a handful of other cloud communications providers are modernizing their cloud architectures with support for containers and other next-generation technologies. These providers include Five9 and Vonage, Kerravala said. He expects more to follow suit — nobody wants to break their phone systems or contact centers, given their business criticality, but the agility that comes along with containerization is hard to ignore, he said. See All in Cloud Communications » Are We Heading for Cloud in a Box? Tom Nolle September 26, 2019 As the cloud craze continues, enterprises are looking for simplified “in a box” cloud solutions to address their communication and collaboration needs. Dedicated vs. Shared Cloud Voice Services Darin Ward October 03, 2019 When moving voice to the cloud, many service providers tout their dedicated solutions. But is “dedicated” all that it’s cracked up to be? 5 Ways Cloud UCC Changed the Workforce Mark Roberts September 16, 2019 The UCC digital renaissance has come and stayed. Now, enterprises are fine tuning their networks to better engage employees and customers. Enterprise communications managers who aren’t familiar with containerization ought to “start the educational process on how containers can benefit you” and what risks to watch out for, Kerravala advised. Click on the player below to hear more of what Kerravala has to say about containers and their future in UC. Tags:News & ViewsCloud modernizationcloud architectureCloud CommunicationsAnalyst InsightCCaaSNews & ViewsNo Jitter on AirUnified Communications Articles You Might Like NJonAir-2020forFC.jpg 5 Steps for A Seamless Contact Center Cloud Migration Elizabeth Magill September 09, 2019 Ensuring that IT and business teams are on the same page before, during, and after the process is key to a successful migration. And while VMs have been great at increasing server utilization over hardware implementations, sans the constraint of a hypervisor, containers are much lighter weight, requiring far less memory, and, therefore, enabling greater agility with the ability to spin components up in a flash versus the hours in might take to boot a VM. “If you want to be able to spin up another instance of call control, you could do that. If you want to spin up some kind of messaging, you could do that — you take your big application and break it into smaller services, and you run each individual service in its own container. And if you need more capacity, you just spin up another container and add to it. The container manager binds those together and allows you to run them,” Kerravala said. “[Containerization] can have a profound impact in the communications space,” he said. “We continue to add more and more of these big software stacks, … if we make that a lot more agile it allows us to run more communications functions in more places without having to pay a huge chunk to license a big private cloud stack or something like that. You get a lot of cost and agility advantages because you can run smaller components and maybe you don’t need the whole stack.” Hyping Up Hybrid: Making the Case Ryan Daily September 05, 2019 With the race to the cloud heating up, some enterprises aren’t dashing to the finish line with the same intensity – opting instead for a “hybrid” pace. What Are Containers?Containerization starts with breaking an application into its piece parts — dozens or even hundreds of components. A container, then, is essentially an isolated runtime environment containing everything that’s required to run an application, or a piece of it. The applications, or components, are spun up and down as needed. Log in or register to post comments
Amendments to the faculty handbook were approved during Senate 606, held March 20, and can be viewed online.Read the online summary report from the meeting, which includes information on the amendments.Read the President’s report of the meeting.
Shares of CVS Health started climbing early Thursday, a day after a federal judge finally completed his review of the company’s roughly $69 billion acquisition of the health insurer Aetna.U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon said Wednesday in federal court filings that a plan requiring CVS to unload Aetna’s Medicare prescription drug coverage business to ease concerns about competition was within the public’s interest.The companies announced their combination at the end of 2017. CVS representatives have said for months that the two businesses were operating “as one company” while waiting to hear whether Leon would back the proposal to sell the Medicare business to another insurer, WellCare Health Plans.CVS Health Corp. stock was up nearly 2%, or $1.18, to $62.85 shortly before markets opened Thursday.The Associated Press
The new online programme, called the Global Community of Practice (CoP) on Food Loss Reduction, was jointly launched by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the World Food Programme (WFP), with the goal of becoming “a global reference point” in the facilitation of information sharing between stakeholders such as public entities, civil society and the private sector. As a result, it will also permit stakeholders to tap into relevant news and events and access links to online libraries and databases as well as social networks and online trainings. In a press release marking the inauguration of the project, FAO Deputy-Director General for Natural Resources, Maria Helena Semedo, stressed that with more than 800 million people in the world still suffering from hunger, saving food was of paramount of importance. “When food is saved, the resources used to produce it are saved. Reducing waste and losses by not creating these in the first place should be a priority for all,” said Ms. Semedo. According to UN estimates, in fact, roughly 30 percent of global food production, that is 40-50 percent of root crops, fruits and vegetables, 20 percent of oilseeds, meat and dairy products and 35 per cent of fish, is either lost or wasted, amounting to some 1.3 billion tonnes – or enough food to feed 2 billion people.Amid the wastefulness, global efforts to reduce the “unacceptably high” rates of food loss must also be holistic, IFAD Vice-President Michel Mordasini added, pointing to the role of smallholder farmers who, he said, were “most vulnerable.” For its part, the WFP’s Post-Harvest Loss Reduction initiative currently reaches 16,000 smallholder farm families in Uganda, with the aim of reducing post-harvest losses by 70 percent amongst participating smallholder farmers. “The available technical solutions still have to be made accessible and affordable to those farming communities,” Mr. Mordasini continued. “I am therefore encouraged by the fact that the Global Community of Practice on Food Losses will engage with and tap into the knowledge of farmers and practitioners, as well as researchers, development agencies and policymakers.”
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedBrendon McCullum names Viv Richards as his favourite cricketerFebruary 18, 2016In “Sports”Brendon McCullum set to be Trinbago coach, KKR assistant coachAugust 9, 2019In “latest news”Graeme Smith: Shelve T20Is, focus on marketing TestsMay 30, 2018In “latest news” Brendon McCullum has said that he doesn’t think Test cricket will survive T20.In an interview to the Cricket Monthly, the former New Zealand captain, who now plays in T20 leagues around the world, said: “I firmly believe that Test cricket won’t be around in time, because there’s only so many teams that can afford to play it.”McCullum said that he adored Test cricket and for him it was the purest form of the game, but added, “I’m also a realist that people are turning up and watching T20 not just at games but also on TV – society’s changing, isn’t it? People don’t have four or five days to commit to Test cricket. They might watch the first session, and the last session on day five if it’s tight, but they’re not going to then you strip it back a level as well and you think domestically, how can teams around the world afford to even exist?”McCullum retired from international cricket early in 2016 and currently plays in the IPL, the BBL, the CPL, the PSL and the BPL. He currently lies second on the all-time run scorers’ list in T20, with over 9000 runs, second only to Chris Gayle, who famously said in 2009 that he wouldn’t be sad if Test cricket died out.“Long long-term, I see a T20 franchise as owning players, and I don’t see them releasing those players to play for their nation in a Test match,” McCullum said.McCullum is currently in India, playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore, and he is one of only two overseas players (AB de Villiers is the other) who have appeared in all 11 seasons of the IPL.“I don’t buy that you need residual [Test match] skills to be able to then transfer into T20. To me, they’re played with the same instruments but they’re completely separate games. I think once we do separate it even more, then the skill level of T20 cricket will go to a whole new level altogether.”In the current season of the IPL, McCullum has been low-key, with 127 runs from six games at a strike rate of 144.31, but he thinks he has enough left in the tank for another couple of years.“I’m invigorated by it, to be honest, the way I’m hitting the ball. So I’ll do that, and then I’d like to transition into some coaching stuff, because I think the IP – especially in T20 – the IP of three hundred and something games is quite valuable, and also I like the idea that I can help people.“And I think if you’re running an environment, then you have the ability to be able to free guys up, knowing that you have influence over selection and things as well, so the message of freedom and selflessness within an environment, you can actually back [it] up through looking after them and ensuring that they are playing the next game and the game after that and the game after that.And there was one thing I was proud of with my New Zealand role as well – so there wasn’t an off-tour selector on tour – and the way [New Zealand coach] Mike Hesson and I would work, I’d always have a strong say in that, and we’d always back the guys more than we didn’t back them, and we gave them their freedom and I think they responded because of it. And I think long term it would be nice to be able do that in a T20 environment.” (ESPNCricinfo)
Loading … ← Previous Story JEAN BRIHAULT – “The leader of innovation” Next Story → ANDREA LEKIC – “An idol to many handballing youngsters” Ever since he started playing professionally in the shirt of C.O Zagreb, it was clear to everyone that the handball world will be richer for another great player, and 2013 confirmed that we’re talking of a guy who entered the handball hall of fame. Domagoj Duvnjak’s games for HSV Hamburg, with which he won the EHF Champions League in Cologne, as well as for the Croatian national team, whose leader he is – successor of the legendary Ivano Balic, was another proof of the world class he possesses. Well mannered, calm, kind. All of that along with fantastic handball knowledge makes us candidate Domagoj Duvnjak for HANDBALL PERSON OF THE YEAR 2013… SUPPORT DOMAGOJ DUVNJAK LIKEView Results
We all know how easy it is to download pirated songs, movies, and apps off of the Internet. I’m not condoning this; I’m just saying it’s not too difficult to do. But, there are consequences. And no, I’m not talking about the RIAA getting on your case about downloading the latest Lady Gaga tune, now a trojan in the guise of an Android app that will make you wish you paid the $1.54 for the app in the first place.An Android developer, unaffiliated with the company behind the app, built a version of the mobile app Walk and Text. The catch is, it’s actually a trojan. The real app lets you send text messages to your friends while using your cellphone camera to see where you’re walking, allowing you to avoid running into light poles and street signs. However, the trojan version of the app, version 1.3.7, actually records private data from your phone, sends that to an external server, and then sends out text messages to your contacts with a message that makes you look pretty stupid.Don’t worry, the trojan is only available if you’re trying to download the pirated version (not the one on the Android Market). When you first install v.1.3.7, the app seems to take a little but to unlock itself and start running, but, it’s actually finding your phone’s IMEI number, telephone number, and your name, and then sending that info to an external server.When that’s all done, the Trojan sends that nice little message we mentioned above to everyone in your contact list with a phone number, with a message that says:Of course, you’ll look pretty silly in front of all your friends, and you better hope you don’t have any professional/business numbers in your phone. The last thing you want is for your boss to get that text.The app then shows you a warning screen that the application isn’t licensed, and that “We really hope you learned something from this. Check your phone bill.”Let this be a warning to those who download pirated apps from the web.Read more at Symantec, via Appscout.
For a long time Mozilla’s Firefox browser was at the forefront of making what we classed as a web browser better. It put Internet Explorer in the shade in terms of the features it offered, and forced Microsoft to respond. But 7 years after it first launched, Firefox is facing an uncertain future and growing competition from the company that has been its major source of funding since 2009.If you use Firefox, then you’ll have noticed the search bar in the top right hand corner of the browser. Google pays for that to be there with its search service as default, or at least they did. The search deal ended last month, and nothing has been forthcoming as to whether Google decided to renew.No renewal potentially means a major problem for Mozilla as the Google deal accounted for over 80% of its revenue. Last year it equated to $123 million. That cash may have now disappeared, meaning Mozilla has to find an alternative in difficult economic times.For the moment, Mozilla isn’t giving anything away as to what is happening. The official line is that the organization is confident “search partnerships will remain a solid generator of revenue.”Read more at ZDNetMatthew’s OpinionThe reason Google may not renew the search deal is because its Chrome browser is doing so well. It has just passed Firefox in the web browser usage charts, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see Google save $100 million and tell Mozilla to go look elsewhere.However, the other line of thinking is, if Google doesn’t renew the search deal, then Microsoft may take its place. Firefox is no small fish in the browser market even if it is losing ground to Chrome, and getting Bing as default would be tempting. Microsoft isn’t short of money either, so this could be a really tempting proposition for the company, especially if it hurts Google.As ExtremeTech pointed out back in August, Mozilla might not even want another deal with Google due to fractures that have appeared between the two companies. It may be Google who is worried because it has just potentially lost millions of users by not being able to secure a new deal with Mozilla.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reassured fans he will never repeat his wild Merseyside derby celebrationThe German was fined £8,000 – the standard penalty – after admitting a Football Association misconduct charge.Klopp is known for his exuberant displays of emotion on the touchline but he believes he can control his emotions to prevent another pitch invasion.“I didn’t want to do it and I can say it won’t happen again,” said the Reds boss as cited by Belfast Telegraph, ahead of the trip to Burnley.“The last time I did it was around 14 years ago. I’m not that quick anymore. It will be fine. It was not on my radar that it was still possible.“We make mistakes, but usually I learn from it. At least over a long period.Mo Salah laughs off Sadio Mane incident with a brilliant video Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Mohamed Salah laughed off his little spat with Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane by posting a brilliant video showing they’ve made up.“It’s not a massive mistake. If there was no rule against it we, as managers, would constantly celebrate on the pitch and you would say ‘That’s nice’.“I don’t think anybody thought it’s massively wrong or whatever, not even the ref, they were probably surprised themselves.“There’s nothing to say actually. It’s a fine, I pay it. Let’s carry on.“I couldn’t avoid it obviously, but that’s what the rules are for, and if you break rules you have to be fined for it.“That’s what happened, no problem with that, it’s completely normal.”
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard talks about the high stakes involved that make derby games special occasions.The former Liverpool captain took part in his fair share of Merseyside derbies during his time at Anfield, with little camaraderie displayed on or off the pitch when the Reds face Everton.The clashes between Liverpool and Everton are often dubbed ‘the friendly rivalry’ but Gerrard insists there’s no chance the Glasgow derby between Rangers and Celtic getting such a tag.“There were certain times when we were both pushing for the top four and there were some juicy ones in there,” Gerrard said, according to Evening Times.“But form and where you lay in the table seemed to go out of the window. It was about bragging rights, the build-up and it just felt different as a fixture.”“That’s how this has felt. More people stop you around the city. You have a little bit more verbals on the street and some more good luck messages.”Owen reveals why Liverpool didn’t offer Gerrard a new contract Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Owen, the Reds wanted to sell Gerrard two years before he left the club and that’s why they didn’t offer him a contract renewal.“That’s just the way it is. It’s a huge fixture and will never change.”“There was certainly hostility. Certainly to me, anyway. But that’s what makes them – the banter, the rivalry.”“I used to go out of my way to come and watch these games when I was on the outside. To now be part of it is a great feeling.”
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNews Dunleavy rolls out package in first step of ‘war on criminals’Andrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauGov. Mike Dunleavy is proposing bills that would repeal most of what’s left of the criminal justice overhaul enacted three years ago.The state’s new budget director is a well-known fiscal hawk, her budget is set to drop in three weeksRashah McChesney, Alaska’s Energy Desk – JuneauThe state’s new budget director, Donna Arduin, is putting together a proposal for next year’s budget.Revenue commissioner outlines a new direction for Alaska’s gas pipeline projectRashah McChesney, Alaska’s Energy Desk – JuneauThat direction looks a lot like a previous version of the project: one that was led by the oil companies on the North Slope.Alaska’s population is down for the second year in a row — why?Abbey Collins, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageMore people are leaving Alaska than are moving to the state, leading to overall population decline. That’s the major takeaway from data released earlier this month from the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.Fairbanks North Star Borough to vote on natural gas-powered public transitRobyne, KUAC – FairbanksCleaner burning natural gas could power some Fairbanks North Star Borough public transit buses. A resolution supporting a transition away from diesel and gasoline fueled vehicles is on the agenda for a Borough Assembly meeting tomorrow night.Two Eagle River schools to remain closed next school year due to Nov. 30 quake damageWesley Early, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageTwo schools in Eagle River will be closed next school year due to damage sustained during November’s magnitude 7.0 earthquake.Alaska’s Danielle Riha is one of 4 finalists for National Teacher of the YearWesley Early, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageDanielle Riha, 2019 Alaska Teacher of the Year, is one of four finalists for the National Teacher of the Year competition.‘Laundry list’ of problems hitting climatologists amid government shutdownCasey Grove, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageYou might think studying the Earth’s climate – including long-term data collection, number crunching and modeling – would be immune to even a month-long shutdown of the federal government. But University of Alaska Fairbanks climatologist Brian Brettschneider says there are some negative impacts.Shutdown affects Yukon QuestLex Treinen, KUAC – FairbanksThis year’s low snow cover, and ongoing partial federal government shutdown are complicating preparations.
Kolkata: In connection with the LPG dealership scam case, BJP general secretary of Murshidabad Town Soumen Mondal has been arrested on Friday. He will be taken into police custody for interrogation to find out who are the other connected individuals with the irregularity.Earlier during September, 2018, a BJP leader from Kolkata, identified as Ranjeet Majumdar, was arrested for allegedly cheating people by assuring them of providing LPG dealership. According to sources, after interrogating Majumdar, several more names cropped up in connection with the case. Following the arrest of Majumdar, the police were checking the documents which were provided by the complainant and those that were seized during the investigation. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAfter a prolonged probe, the investigating officers came to know that apart from Majumdar, Mondal also received a lot of money by promising LPG dealerships in Murshidabad. It is also alleged that few of the state-level leaders also received a part of the sum as commission. Mainly, Mondal was allegedly engaged in collecting the money from Murshidabad district and send it to the BJP leaders who were conducting the scam. Significantly, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee during the Martyrs’ Day meeting on July 21 slammed the BJP regarding the ‘Ujala’ project irregularity. The fraud came to light on August 3 last year, after Ashok Sarkar, former BJP leader from Salt Lake, filed a complaint with the Jorasanko police station. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateAccording to the complaint, Majumdar was aware of the advertisement which was yet to be published, seeking LPG dealership. He and some other BJP leaders collected money and committed to provide LPG dealership to several BJP and RSS workers. According to the complaint lodged, several correspondences were made between BJP leaders for recommending the names for the allocation of LPG dealership for the year 2017-18. Subsequently, BJP and RSS workers were lured into the trap with an intention to cheat. Sarkar also alleged that crores of rupees were collected from different people from all across the state after assuring them the LPG dealership. It was also alleged that the final list of 235 names was being sent to a senior RSS leader for approval which contains a 17 digit code of different oil companies. However, the BJP leadership considered the arrest as a conspiracy. But according to the police, several clues that have been found which have led to Mondal’s arrest.
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MANITOWOC, Wis. – A Wisconsin man convicted of first-degree intentional homicide in a case featured on the Netflix series “Making A Murderer” has once again been denied a new trial.Steven Avery’s request was rejected Tuesday by Sheboygan County Circuit Judge Angela Sutkiewicz. Avery had asked the judge to reconsider her Oct. 3 decision rejecting his request for a new trial.Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey were sentenced to life in prison for the 2005 slaying of 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach. Avery insists police framed him.Avery’s attorney says she had new testimony and evidence to present that warranted a new trial. But the judge said Tuesday that she finds no basis to reverse her earlier decision.Avery is also seeking an appeal of the ruling with the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. by The Associated Press Posted Nov 28, 2017 2:34 pm PDT Last Updated Nov 29, 2017 at 6:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ‘Making a Murderer’ defendant Avery denied new trial, again FILE – In this March 13, 2007 file photo, Steven Avery listens to testimony in the courtroom at the Calumet County Courthouse in Chilton, Wis.Avery convicted of first-degree intentional homicide in a case featured on the Netflix series “Making A Murderer” has once again been denied a new trial. Avery’s request was rejected Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017 by Sheboygan County Circuit Judge Angela Sutkiewicz. Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey were sentenced to life in prison for the 2005 slaying of Teresa Halbach. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, Pool, File)
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