Indrani chose at that moment to wave a folded chit from the accused enclosure.Rediff.com It is not often, probably, that senior criminal lawyers Sudeep Ratnamberdutt Pasbola and Shrikant Shivade have cross-examined the same witness on the same day in a Mumbai court. Tuesday, July 3, was the first time it happened in the Sheena Bora murder trial, which has been unfolding at CBI Special Courtroom 51, Mumbai city civil and sessions court, Kala Ghoda, south Mumbai, since February 2017. Their styles do not have much in common. The contrast is intriguing. Pasbola, who is currently one of the busiest lawyers in Mumbai, with always an enormous roster of clients -- that have over the years included gangster Abu Salem, Malegaon blast 2008 accused Major Ramesh Upadhyay, Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Kamala Mills owners Ravi Bhandari and Ramesh Govani, gangster Arun Gawli, Kannada actor Maria Susairaj, as well as scores of those accused of terrorism, some of them with meagre means -- has a … [Read more...] about Sheena Bora Trial: What did Indrani tell her lawyer?
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Video PlayerClose SAN FRANCISCO, March 10 (Xinhua) -- U.S. aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing Sunday promised to offer technical assistance to Ethiopia over a deadly air crash of Ethiopian Airlines. "A Boeing technical team will be traveling to the crash site to provide technical assistance under the direction of the Ethiopia Accident Investigation Bureau and U.S. National Transportation Safety Board," Boeing said in a short statement. It also offered condolences to the families of the passengers and crew on board Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 (ET 302). The Boeing 737-800 MAX airplane of Ethiopian Airlines with 157 passengers and crew members aboard crashed earlier Sunday en route to Nairobi, Kenya, killing all people on board. CEO of Ethiopian Airlines Group Tewolde Gebremariam told a press conference in Ethiopia that the 157 people aboard Flight 302 were nationals from over 30 countries. … [Read more...] about Boeing promises to offer technical assistance over Ethiopian Airlines plane crash
Email By Elias Clure and staff Updated August 01, 2019 14:31:33 Video: Blaze at Coolaroo recycling plant (ABC News) Related Story: 'Rogue' recycling giant avoids closure — for now — as creditors chase millions Related Story: Worried about your recycling going to landfill? There are alternatives to the yellow bin Map: Coolaroo 3048 The embattled company at the centre of Victoria's recycling crisis has been dealt another blow after a court ordered it to pay $1.2 million to residents affected by a rubbish stockpile fire at one of its Melbourne sites. Key points:The ABC understands 130 class action participants will receive compensation from SKMThe lead plaintiff said the deal would lessen the pain of the "awful experience" of the fireSeparately, SKM must pay creditors more than $5 million by tomorrow or risk liquidation The massive 2017 blaze at SKM's Coolaroo site engulfed the surrounding northern suburbs in odorous smoke, forcing the evacuation of more than … [Read more...] about SKM Recycling ordered to pay $1.2m over 2017 fire at Coolaroo plant
Video PlayerClose SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 9 (Xinhua) -- U.S. scientists have found that strong El Nino events can cause remarkable ice loss in some Antarctic ice shelves while the opposite may occur during strong La Nina events, a new study revealed Monday. The study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, discovered that a strong El Nino event caused ice shelves in the Amundsen Sea sector of West Antarctica to gain mass at the surface and melt from below at the same time. The change has led to a loss up to five times more ice from basal melting than what was gained from increased snowfall. El Nino and La Nina, which are two distinct phases of the El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO), are a naturally occurring phenomenon, where water temperatures in the tropical Pacific periodically oscillate between warmer than average during El Ninos and cooler during La Ninas. The U.S. researchers examined 23 years of satellite data on the West Antarctic ice shelves and confirmed that ENSO impacts … [Read more...] about Strong El Nino events trigger significant changes in Antarctic ice shelves: study
SAN FRANCISCO: Do you have a Microsoft video gaming console Xbox at home? It is possible that third-party contractors working for the tech giant are listening to your living room talks. After revealing that contractors listened to sensitive and personal conversations of users via Skype and virtual assistant Cortana -- which Microsoft has admitted -- Motherboard now claims the third-party vendors working for the company also "listened to the audio of Xbox users speaking in their homes in order to improve the console's voice command features". The audio -- mostly of children as they played video games -- was captured by Xbox consoles "by mistake", the contractors were quoted as saying. "Xbox commands came up first as a bit of an outlier and then became about half of what we did before becoming most of what we did," one former contractor was quoted as saying. The contractors worked on Xbox audio data from 2014 to 2015 before Cortana was implemented into the console in 2016. … [Read more...] about Avoid conversations around the Xbox, Microsoft’s third-party contractors could be listening