HUMBOLDT, Sask. – Fifteen people were killed and 14 others injured in a horrific crash involving the Humboldt Broncos hockey team. Here is what we know so far about those who died:———Tyler Bieber:Bieber, 29, worked for Humboldt radio station CHBO and often travelled with the team as its play-by-play radio announcer.Steven Wilson, a co-worker in Weyburn, Sask., said it was Bieber’s first season announcing for the team. He also covered morning news.“He definitely had a natural talent,” said Wilson. “He was just passionate about sports.”Wilson said he filled in a few times for Bieber because he was also busy coaching the Humboldt high school’s basketball and football teams.“Having been with Golden West since the launch of Bolt FM in news and on-air, Tyler was a shining example of what it means to serve a community,” Lyndon Frieson, president of Golden West Radio, said in a statement posted on the station’s website.———Logan Boulet:The 21-year-old defenceman was from Lethbridge, Alta.Cousin Julie Kindt said on Facebook that he was on life support after the crash until his organs could be donated.“Logan had made it known, and very clear to his family, that he had signed his organ donor card when he turned 21 just a few weeks ago,” Boulet’s godfather, Neil Langevin, posted in a statement on behalf of the family.“Logan’s strong heart continues to beat,” he said. “All counted, six people will receive the gift of life from Logan … His other organs will be donated to science as he requested.“These actions alone give voice to the selfless and benevolent nature Logan possessed in life.”———Mark Cross:The assistant coach was from Strasbourg, Sask., where he was named most valuable player last year while playing with the Maroons in the Highway Hockey League.“I can honestly say I didn’t know a more kind-hearted, generous, caring and overall nice person,” cousin Graeme Cross said in an online tribute.“Mark was one of those people that just made you feel safe and brought a special spark when you were in his presence.”Assistant coach Chris Beaudry said Cross, 27, joined the Broncos’ staff last year and was one of the happiest people he’s ever met.“His first game, we found a tin of mints and ever since then it’s been alternating back and forth, buying mints for each other and sharing it as a joke. We’d end up going through a whole tin every game,” said Beaudry.“He was a beautiful guy to be around.”———Glen Doerksen:Doerksen, 59, is described by his employer, Charlie’s Charters, in a Facebook post as an “outstanding friend, husband, and father.”“In talking to him, he spoke at length of his time in rinks with his own family and now how much he enjoyed being able to take and watch other teams from minor, to senior to SJHL to their hockey games,” the Kinistino Tigers wrote of Doersken, who drove their team to and from playoff games.Police say he’s from Carrot River, Sask.“We will never forget the smile on your face as we left Allan after winning the Championship and got you to give ‘two honks for the Cup.’ Tonight Glen, we give two honks for you. Rest easy, Sir.”———Darcy Haugan:The president of the Humboldt Broncos, Kevin Garinger, said Haugan was an incredible coach who often talked about his vision for the team.“The Humboldt Broncos were about — not building hockey players — but creating amazing young men. And that’s what we had in our organization, amazing young men,” said Garinger.“That was Darcy’s belief and through that they would ultimately become great hockey players too.”Before becoming a coach, the 42-year old played junior hockey in the league in the 1990s.Steven Wilson, a radio play-by-play announcer in Weyburn, Sask., called Haugan “the classiest guy” in the league who always had time to chat.He said the last time he saw Haugan, the coach was playing video games in his office with one of his two young sons.“He was very dedicated to his family and at the same time he was a hockey guy.”Wilson said Haugan’s wife, Christina George-Haugan, worked as the team’s office manager.“He will always be a great man in our hearts,” Haugan’s sister posted on Twitter under the name Debbie Jayne. “The tears just keep coming.”———Adam Herold:The youngest member of the team, Herold would have turned 17 this week.He was also a new member of the team. Up until a few weeks ago, Herold was captain of the Regina Pat Canadians, manager John Smith said. But when the Regina team’s season wrapped up, Herold was sent to join the Broncos for their playoff round.“He was a wonderful young man. Never afraid to help his teammates. Always there for them. Good, typical Saskatchewan farm boy. Always load the bus, unload the bus, never afraid to roll up his sleeves and get work done,” Smith said.Smith said Herold is survived by his mom, dad and an older sister. He was from Montmartre, Sask.———Brody Hinz:The 18-year-old Hinz had recently started tallying the Broncos’ numbers for Humboldt radio station CHBO.“Brody had recently joined our Golden West family, mentored by Tyler and the Bolt FM team,” said company president Lyndon Frieson.“Tragedy has hit our community and it reaches into every corner of life in Humboldt.”Another company statement described Hinz as an intern still in high school.The night of the crash marked a double tragedy for the family. A relative said on Facebook that another family member lost a baby boy in Humboldt hospital shortly after he was born.———Logan Hunter:Hunter’s death was confirmed by his former team, the St. Albert Raiders in his Alberta hometown.The organization’s president, Kevin Porter, said he heard the news from Hunter’s mother.“He always had a smile on his face,” said Porter, who described Hunter as a “smart kid and a great hockey player” with a “great sense of humour.”He was an 18-year old forward with the Broncos.———Jacob Leicht:The 19-year-old, a forward with his hometown Broncos, is being remembered for his contagious laugh and bright smile.A family member posted on Facebook that her heart is broken.“Your laughter is so contagious and you had a smile that lit up any room,” Cassidy Tolley wrote in her public post.She says he wasn’t just family, but one of her favourite people and someone she could count on any time of day.Leicht was in his first season with the team.———Conner Lukan:Conner Lukan, 21, of Slave Lake played with the midget St. Albert Raiders and Spruce Grove Saints in the Alberta Junior Hockey League before joining the Broncos last year.The Raiders announced Lukan’s death on Twitter, along with three other alumni: Stephen Wack, Jaxon Joseph and Logan Hunter.“One of the best hockey players and an even greater guy off the ice,” Tyson Chizma wrote on Twitter.“I’ve known Conner for several years, playing against him throughout the majority of my minor hockey career and trying out for a handful of teams with him. I always looked up to him as a role model.”———Jaxon Joseph:The Edmonton native’s death was confirmed by the Surrey Eagles, his former team in the British Columbia Hockey League.The Broncos website says Joseph, 20, was among the leading scorers in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoffs, playing on a line with Logan Schatz, another player who lost his life in the crash.In a profile published on the team’s website in January, Schatz paid tribute to Joseph and fellow linemate Conner Lukan.“I’ve really clicked with Joseph and Lukan. I can’t say enough good things about them,” Schatz said.———Logan Schatz:The team captain had played for the Broncos for just over four years and had served as team captain for the past 2 1/2 years, his father Kelly Schatz said.The native of Allan, Sask., played centre and was named the league’s player of the month in February after earning points in eight of nine games. He was 20 years old.Kelly Schatz said his family is seeking solace in one another.“It’s hard,” Kelly Schatz said. “I’ve got four other kids and they’re here, which is nice.”———Evan Thomas:Thomas, from Saskatoon, was the “kind of kid any dad would be proud to call his” own, said his father, Scott.“He was a self-driven, motivated, retrospective, quiet, confident and very self-assured young man.”It was the 18-year-old’s first season as a forward with the Humboldt Broncos.His dad says he was an athlete, playing both hockey and baseball, and a strong student.“He liked sports, but at times I think he tolerated sports so he could be a teammate,” said Thomas in an interview. “He just loved being a teammate. He loved his teammates and I think that was more important to him than the actual sport he was playing.“He loved those boys. He really loved those boys.”———Parker Tobin:Tobin, 18, of Stoney Plain, Alta., was the last of the deceased to be identified.This was the goalie’s first season with the Broncos after being traded from the Spruce Grove Saints.———Stephen Wack:The towering 21-year-old defenceman from St. Albert, Alta. had played with the Broncos for two seasons.Alicia Wack said her cousin made the best gingerbread houses and “absolutely lived and breathed hockey.”“Stephen has always been an amazing person, son, big brother, and cousin. He is one of the most adventurous, ambitious, and loving people that I have ever been blessed to know,” she said in a Facebook post.———Information compiled by CP reporters Adam Burns, Nicole Thompson, Michelle McQuigge, Morgan Lowrie, Chris Purdy and Colette Derworiz.
Casting has been announced for CONCERT FOR AMERICA starring Jorge Avila, Tina Fey, Mandy Gonzalez, Jeremy Jordan, Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel, Olga Merediz, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Andrew Rannells, Chita Rivera, Keala Settle, Shaina Taub and Patrick Wilson.Additional casting will be announced later this week.This edition of CONCERT FOR AMERICA will take place on Saturday, June 30, at 5pm EDT on the stage of the Great Hall at The Cooper Union at 7 E. 7th Street in New York City. Tickets are available now at Eventbrite.com.A concert of songs, comedy, and commentary, CONCERT FOR AMERICA has been hailed by the New York Times as “striking for its emphasis on the importance of faith in the United States and optimism about its future.” Created and hosted by Sirius Xm’s Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, who also organized the Broadway For Orlando/What the World Needs Now is Love recording, CONCERT FOR AMERICA debuted on January 20th, 2017, and toured the country, benefitting 5 national organizations fighting for civil, human, and environmental rights. Rudetsky says “James and I have been increasingly horrified at what’s going on with these families struggling at the border. Our friend suggested we put up another CONCERT FOR AMERICA to coincide with the upcoming day of national protests and, even though we had ten days to plan it, we said YES!” James added, “These amazing performers agreed to appear as soon as we texted them! And these wonderful organizations are working right at the frontlines, helping both parents and children during this perilous time at our southern border.” Rudetsky adds, “Come to Concert For America to support these wonderful non-profits, stay for the phenominal entertainment!”Proceeds from CONCERT FOR AMERICA will benefit four non-profit organizations working along our southern border to protect the civil and human rights of families: Al Otro Lado, Texas Civil Rights Project, ACLU Foundation of Texas, and Florence Project.General Admission tickets are $25, with a very limited number of VIP reserved seats at $250, are available on Eventbrite.com or through their website, ConcertsforAmerica.com.For those unable to attend CONCERT FOR AMERICA in person, it will be broadcast via Facebook Live and at ConcertsforAmerica.com, beginning at 5pm EDT / 2pm PDT on Saturday, June 30th.CONCERT FOR AMERICA is created and organized by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, in association with Your Kids, Our Kids, as well as the generous support of Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS.
Bhubaneswar: A fire broke out on Saturday in Bhubaneswar-bound Rajdhani Express between Balasore and Soro railway stations of Odisha, official sources said.The fire broke out between 12.50 pm to 1 pm and severely damaged the power car in the rear of the train, but did not spread to any other coach, an official said. All passengers of the train are safe, he said. The official said the smoke was first detected in the power car of the 22812 down Rajdhani Express from New Delhi to Bhubaneswar. This is the only power car which supplies power to the train. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghThe incident occurred at Khantapada in Kharagpur division of South Eastern Railways, said an official of the East Coast Railway (ECoR), adding that three fire tenders reached the spot and doused the blaze. The power car was disconnected from the rest of the train and the overhead electric wires were switched off for safety reasons. The train left Khantapada for Bhubaneswar at 2.59 pm with all the passenger coaches and one generator car, the official added.
RABAT – A Cameroonian immigrant plunged to his death when police raided his fourth-floor apartment in Tangiers, raising tensions in the Moroccan city after a similar death in October, activists said Thursday.Backup forces entered the Cameroonian’s apartment on Wednesday afternoon, in the suburb of Boukhalef, and he fell from the roof of the building shortly afterwards, rights activist Boubker El Khamlichi told AFP by phone from Tangiers.Hundreds of immigrants then marched towards the police headquarters in the northern city, carrying the victim’s body, to protest “crimes” against them. The official MAP news agency said members of the security forces arriving at the scene were pelted with stones — and two injured — by “illegal immigrants wanting to exploit the incident, by improvising a march in the form of a funeral procession”.It did not give the identity of the victim or say how he died.Khamlichi, a lawyer who coordinates a network of human rights associations known as Shabaka, said the Cameroonian who died was about 18 years old andgave only his first name, Cedrick.“We don’t know if he jumped or was pushed. There needs to be an inquiry into what happened. But the inquiries carried out by the authorities are compromised,” he added.Moroccan NGO Gadem, which campaigns for the rights of immigrants, said the police who carried out the raid immediately left the area after the incident.Moroccan security forces have come under fire in for their treatment of illegal migrants, amid rising fears among the estimated 20,000 sub-Saharans residing in the country of racist violence, including by the authorities.In October, a Senegalese immigrant fell to his death in Tangiers after police raided his fourth-floor apartment and beat him, according to witnesses, with the authorities calling the fall “accidental”.In late July, a Congolese university professor living in Tangiers reportedly died after a police officer pushed him from a bus deporting him to the Algerian border.Morocco is the closest African country to mainland Europe, and is one of the key smuggling routes for illegal migrants seeking to cross the Mediterranean.Rabat announced a new immigration policy in September, pledging to individually review cases according to specific criteria, after King Mohamed VI voiced concerns about the treatment of sub-Saharan Africans in the country.
MONTREAL — Saputo Inc. shares rose nearly six per cent Friday to their highest close since January following news of a $1.29-billion agreement to acquire Australia’s Murray Goulburn Co-Operative Co.The friendly takeover would be Saputo’s biggest Australian acquisition since 2014, when it bought Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory after a months-long bidding battle.Saputo said Thursday after markets closed that the Murray Goulburn deal reinforces its commitment to strengthen its presence in the Australian market.The Montreal-based cheese and dairy company’s stock (TSX:SAP) closed at $47.48, after rising $2.57 from Thursday’s close before the deal was announced.Saputo’s stock hasn’t been above $47 since February and had fallen to a 2017 low close of $39.95 in July.Murray Goulburn makes a variety of dairy products including milk, milk powder, cheese, butter and infant formula.“By acquiring a well-established industry player, (Saputo) reinforces its commitment to strengthen its presence in the Australian market,” the company said in announcing the deal Thursday.“Saputo intends to continue to invest in its Australian platform and contribute to the ongoing development of its domestic and international business.”The company said the agreement is subject to shareholder and regulatory approvals but has been unanimously recommended by Murray Goulburn’s board of directors, provided a better offer doesn’t emerge.Saputo said it expects to finance the transaction through a new bank loan. National Bank Financial (TSX:NA) and BMO Capital Markets (TSX:BMO) will be co-lead arrangers for the financing.The Australian dairy company produces products for the international market under the Devondale, Liddells and Murray Goulburn Ingredients brands.
He said the notion of perpetrators getting away with impunity is completely wrong as the Sri Lankan military has strong systems to ensure compliance to accepted norms, and it has mechanisms to investigate and punish any soldiers or officers who violate those norms.“It should also be noted that since the publication of the Recommendations of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission in December last year, the commanders of the Army and Navy have established special Courts of Inquiry to investigate any alleged violations that occurred during the humanitarian operation. The public is free to make submissions to the Courts of Inquiry, and if substantial evidence exists against any individual or group, a General Court Martial would be convened to try the alleged offenders,” he said. The Sri Lankan military defeated the Tamil Tiger rebels three years ago after 30 years of bitter fighting but human rights groups have accused the military of committing war crimes and yet not being charged for those crimes. The Sri Lankan government on Tuesday insisted that soldiers found guilty of committing crimes will not be able to get away with impunity.A government statement quoted the island’s powerful defense secretary as saying that there may have been a few individuals who were guilty of acting outside orders and committing crimes during the war. “If any soldier has been found guilty of having done something wrong, the full weight of military justice has been brought to bear in the past, and it will be so in the future as well,” Defense Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa said. Rajapaksa said that the number of deaths alleged to have occurred during the final stages of the war has been grossly exaggerated.However he noted that despite the best intentions of the government and the military, some level of civilian casualties were unavoidable.“The government had a clear policy on zero civilian casualties, but achieving zero casualties in practice was impossible because the LTTE (Tamil Tigers) used civilians as a human shield, and forced them to become combatants in the last stages of the war,” he said. (Xinhua)
Four suspects allegedly connected to the ‘Aava group’ have been remanded by the Colombo Additional Magistrate.The four suspects were produced in court and remanded till November 16. The ‘Aava group’ has been accused of being involved in attacks on individuals in the North using swords. (Colombo Gazette)
The revelation late Thursday afternoon that the federal government has removed a major hurdle blocking the Cowlitz Tribe from constructing a casino complex near La Center caught officials and opponents of the plan off guard. La Center Councilwoman Linda Tracy said she was saddened and disappointed by the news.“It is going to pretty much devastate La Center, easily, because we don’t and can’t offer what a tribal casino can,” she said.The decision by the Bureau of Indian Affairs to allow the tribe to establish a reservation on 152 acres of land along Interstate 5 west of La Center drew criticism from activists and officials who had opposed the measure. It was welcomed by a union official as a source of good construction jobs and spark for economic development.As proposed, the casino would include a gas station, event center, hotel, restaurants and shopping. Tracy predicted that Clark County residents will head there for entertainment and goods because prices will be lower than at non-tribal establishments, and the county will also lose money because the land will be taken off the tax rolls.La Center relies heavily on the success of its four non-tribal cardrooms to fund city services. Taxes from cardrooms make up about $3 million of the city’s $4 million general fund revenue. The city is working to annex land to stretch city limits west to Interstate 5 to allow for industrial development along the I-5 corridor and help the city to diversify its tax base.
Mistrust and disagreement on the risks and benefits of a proposed Vancouver oil terminal were on display Wednesday night at a community meeting aimed at bringing all sides in the controversial issue together. And most of the mistrust seemed directed at Tesoro Corp. and Savage Companies, the two businesses that want to handle as much as 380,000 barrels at the Port of Vancouver.Wednesday’s event, convened by the East Old Evergreen Highway Neighborhood Association, brought representatives of those two companies together with BNSF Railway officials, property developers who oppose the Tesoro-Savage proposal, an environmental group representative, a longshore union leader, and emergency responders.About 60 people attended. The Port of Vancouver, which instigated the Tesoro-Savage project by seeking out oil export proposals, originally said it would also participate — but later backed out.Barry Cain, CEO of Gramor Development, outlined details of the planned Columbia Waterfront LLC downtown Vancouver waterfront development — and his concerns that oil exports could put that project at risk.Cain estimated that plans for the former Boise Cascade mill site along the north bank of the Columbia River could ultimately generate $844 million per year in economic activity. After eight years spent developing the property, building roads and improving rail along the site, Columbia Waterfront proponents are in negotiations with restaurants, and could have plans for the first residential and office construction at the site soon, he said.
PARKLAND, FLA. (WSVN) – A flag football game to raise money for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gave Parkland’s grieving community a chance to have some lighthearted fun this weekend.Saturday’s game, called the Feis Bowl, aimed to raise funds — and spirits — in the name of Coach Aaron Feis, one of the 17 victims of the Feb. 14 massacre on the school campus.Cameras showed people walking toward the school’s football field to see its football team face off against alumni players.Stoneman Douglas alumnus Craig Pugatch said the turnout was bigger than expected.“We’re at about 30 percent higher than I thought we’d be. We sold about 250 more tickets just last night,” he said, “and that’s not counting the door, so right now we’re just trying to get people in the door. It’s been awesome.”Current and former members of the football team and band members came together for a day of food, fun, friends and fundraising after a devastating few months.“Being a part of the marching band was my all-time favorite part of high school, and it’s amazing to come play again,” said Dr. Robyn Cassel, who was also a Stoneman Douglas student. “I hadn’t played the drums in years, so it is so much fun, and I love that we get to support one another and support our awesome school.” “Growing up and doing this was so much fun,” echoed MSD alumna Danielle Igoe. “It was the highlight of my high school career, and to come back and relive the glory days, especially with my best friends whom I haven’t seen in so long, is just incredible.”Proceeds from the end-of-the-year festivities will go to the Coach Aaron Feis Foundation, the MSD Gridiron Club and the Stoneman Douglas community.For those attending, it was a way to end the year on a positive note, surrounded by a community slowly but surely working through unspeakable pain.It was a day that Feis’ friends said, he would have appreciated.“This is his kind of event. This is football and food and fun and community,” said Pugatch, “and he was an alumni, and he was a football coach, so this is 100 percent right up his alley.”Proceeds from the event will also support the Arielle Feis Irrevocable Trust Fund and MSD alumni support initiatives.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington resident Tony Marra, a firefighter for the city of Watertown, is being heralded for his off-duty heroism in response to a serious rollover car accident on Route 38, near the Wilmington Plaza, on the morning of Wednesday, July 18.Around 8:20am, a 38-year-old woman was driving a 2012 Nissan Rogue northbound on Main Street when she reportedly veered to avoid a vehicle pulling out of the Speedway parking lot. Her vehicle rolled over multiple times, landing on its roof.Tony Marra, an off-duty Watertown firefighter, witnessed the accident and quickly jumped into action to assist the driver.“Marra gained entry into the overturned vehicle, helped extricate the patient, and removed the patient from the immediate danger of the running overturned vehicle in an active roadway,” according to Wilmington Fire Lieutenant Robert Varney. “When I reached the patient, Marra had already given the patient a rapid trauma assessment, and had successfully calmed the patient down from an excitable state due to the severity of the accident.”The driver was transported to a local medical facility with non-life threatening injuries. Her vehicle suffered major damage and was towed. Mass Highway was contacted to remove a significant amount of shattered glass from the roadway. Traffic was backed up in the area, with northbound traffic rerouted through the Wilmington Plaza paring lot and one of the two southbound lanes temporarily closed.“Firefighter Marra did not have to stop and help, yet he did not hesitate to jump into action and provide lifesaving care by removing the patient from immediate danger,” Varney wrote in a letter to Watertown Fire Chief Robert Quinn. “Firefighter Marra provided himself an exemplary model of a civil servant, and a Firefighter that you and the town of Watertown should be proud of.”“In a time where the media sometimes only focuses on the negative actions of firefighters, they miss out on the day-to-day heroic actions of firefighters,” added Varney.Rollover crash on July 18 (courtesy of WPD)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Firefighter Praised For Help He Provided To An Injured Woman While Off-DutyIn “Police Log”Wilmington’s Top Public Safety Stories Of 2018In “Police Log”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”
A collage of the movies which will be telecast on Puthandu (2019).PR HandoutKollywood cine-goers will get to watch some of the hit movies on television this Puthandu, also known as Tamil New Year (April 14). From Rajinikanth’s Petta to Vijay Sethupathi’s Seethakathi, leading channels have decided to telecast big movies in what is considered as a battle for the TRPs.Indeed, the celebration will begin on Saturday and end on Sunday, festival day. Here, we are giving you the list of movies which will be telecast on Vijay TV, Sun TV and Zee Tamil:Vijay TV Movies: Movie Name: Seethakathi Telecast Timings: Saturday (13 April) at 10.30 am Vijay Sethupathi’s Seethakathi is a cricially-acclaimed movie, directed by Balaji Tharaneetharan. The movie is about a veteran theatre artist who forays into the world of cinema.Movie Name: Banumathi Telecast Timings: Saturday (13 April) at 2.00 pm Varun Tej and Sai Pallavi’s Banumathi is the Tamil dubbed movie of hit Telugu hit film Fidaa. The movie revolves around an NRI and a village belle, whose relationship went through a lot of troubles, leading them to part ways, but destiny brings them together.Movie Name: Adanga Maaru Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 11.00 am Jayam Ravi’s Adanga Maaru is a thriller, directed by Karthik Thangavel. It is revenge story of an ex-cop who avenges the death of his loved ones.Movie Name: Saamy 2 Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 5.30 pm Hari’s Saamy 2 stars Vikram and Keerthy Suresh in the leads. It is an action thriller story about a cop seeking revenge against those who killed his parents.Sun TV Movies Movie Name: LKG Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 11 am RJ Balaji’s LKG turned out to be a surprising hit at the box office. It is a political satire which is a humorous take on the current-day politics and politicians.Movie Name: Petta Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 6.30 pm The biggest among the festival movie is Petta, which is credited to be the highest grossing movie of 2019 in Kollywood. It tells the story of a warden who has pledged to save the life of his loved one from enemies.Zee Tamil Movies Movie Name: Lakshmi Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 april) at 3.30 pm Prabhu Deva and Ditya Bhande’s Lakshmi is musical dance movie. The movie tells the story of a 10-year old girl, who dreams to win a competition.Zee Tamil has preferred to screen 2.0 once again it a matter of a week. The Rajinikanth-starrer was telecast last weekend.Telecast timings: Sunday (14 April) at 6.30 pm The movie is a sequel to 2010 blockbuster Enthiran – The Robot. It is a science fiction which throws light on the electo-magnetic radiation caused due to mobile phones.
Alex Brandon/APPresident Donald Trump speaks about the partial government shutdown, immigration and border security in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019.In a bid to break the shutdown stalemate, President Donald Trump on Saturday offered to extend temporary protections for young people brought to the U.S. illegally as children and those fleeing disaster zones in exchange or his long-promised border wall. But while Trump cast the move as a “common-sense compromise,” Democrats were quick to dismiss it at a “non-starter.”With polls showing a majority of Americans blaming him and Republicans for the impasse, Trump said from the White House that he was there “to break the logjam and provide Congress with a path forward to end the government shutdown and solve the crisis on the southern border.”Hoping to put pressure on Democrats, the White House billed the announcement as a major step forward. But Trump did not budge on his $5.7 billion demand for the wall and, in essence, offered to temporarily roll-back some of his own hawkish immigration actions — actions that have been blocked by federal courts.Following a week marked by his pointed clashes with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, it was not clear if Trump’s offer would lead to serious steps to reopen the government, shut for a record 29 days. Trump’s move came as hundreds of thousands of federal workers go without paychecks, with many enduring financial hardship. Many public services are unavailable to Americans during the closure.Democrats dismissed Trump’s proposal even before his formal remarks. Pelosi said the expected offer was nothing more than “a compilation of several previously rejected initiatives” and that the effort could not pass the House. “What is original in the President’s proposal is not good. What is good in the proposal is not original,” she later tweeted.“Hostage taking”Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer also panned the proposal as “more hostage taking,” saying that it was Trump who had “single-handedly” imperiled the future of the immigrants he proposed to help.The New York Democrat said there is only “one way out” of the shutdown. “Open up the government, Mr. President, and then Democrats and Republicans can have a civil discussion and come up with bipartisan solutions.” he said.Democrats had made their own move late Friday to try to break the impasse when they pledged to provide hundreds of millions of dollars more for border security. But Trump, who has yet to acknowledge that offer, laid out his own plan, which officials said had been in the works for days.Seeking to cast the plan as a bipartisan way forward, Trump said Saturday he was incorporating ideas from “rank-and-file” Democrats, as top Democrats made clear they had not been consulted. He also said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would bring the legislation to a vote this week, though Democrats appeared likely to block it. McConnell had previously stated that no vote should be held in the Senate until Trump and Democrats agreed on a bill.ShutdownTrump’s remarks from the Diplomatic Room marked the second time he has addressed the nation as the partial shutdown drags on. On this occasion, he sought to strike a diplomatic tone, emphasizing the need to work across the aisle. He maintained a border barrier was needed to block what he describes as the flow of drugs and crime into the country — but described “steel barriers in high-priority locations” instead of “a 2,000-mile concrete structure from sea to sea.”The proposal was met with immediate criticism from some conservative corners, including NumbersUSA, which seeks to reduce both legal and illegal immigration to the U.S. “The offer the President announced today is a loser for the forgotten American workers who were central to his campaign promises,” said Roy Beck, the group’s president.At the other end of the political spectrum, Trump’s offer was panned by progressive groups, with Anthony Romero, the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, calling it a “one-sided proposal.”Trump embraced the shutdown in December in large part because of angry warnings from his most ardent supporters that he was passing up on his last, best shot to build the wall before Democrat took control of the House in the new year. After his announcement Saturday, some supporters appeared unhappy with his effort to bridge the divide with Democrats.“Trump proposes amnesty,” tweeted conservative firebrand Ann Coulter. “We voted for Trump and got Jeb!” she said, in a reference to Trump’s 2016 rival, Jeb Bush.In a briefing with reporters, Vice President Mike Pence defended the proposal from criticism from the right. “This is not an amnesty bill,” he insisted.Pressure on DemocratsWhite House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney also sought to increase the pressure on congressional Democrats in advance of Tuesday, the deadline for the next federal pay period and the day officials said McConnell would begin to move on legislation. “If the bill is filibustered on Tuesday…people will not get paid,” he said.Mulvaney said that Trump had not ruled out one day declaring a national emergency to circumvent Congress to get his wall money — as he has threatened — but added that Trump maintains that the “best way to fix this is through legislation.”Trump’s son-in-law and senior aide, Jared Kushner, along with Vice President Mike Pence, had led the efforts build the plan Trump announced on Saturday, according to three people familiar with White House thinking who were not authorized to speak publicly. After a heated meeting with Pelosi and Schumer that Trump stormed out of, the president directed his aides to bypass Democratic leaders and instead reach out to rank-and-file members for ideas.To ensure wall funding, Trump said he would extend temporary protections for three years for “Dreamers,” young people brought to the country illegally as children. Administration officials said the protections would apply only to the approximately 700,000 people currently enrolled in the Obama-era program shielding them from deportation, and not all those who could be eligible.The plan would offer no pathway to citizenship for those immigrants — a deal breaker for many Democrats.Extending TPSTrump also proposed a three-year extension to the temporary protected status (TPS) the U.S. offers to immigrants fleeing countries affected by natural disasters or violence. Officials said the exemption would apply to about 300,000 people who currently live in the U.S. under the program and have been here since 2011. That means people from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Haiti — countries that saw the status revoked since Trump took office — would get a reprieve.Democrats, however, criticized Trump’s proposal for failing to offer a permanent solution for the immigrants in question and because he refuses back away from his demand a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, which the party strongly oppposes. Democrats have told Trump he must reopen government before talks can start.Trump had repeatedly dismissed the idea of a deal involving Dreamers in recent weeks, saying he would prefer to see first whether the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, survived a court challenge.On Friday, the Supreme Court took no action on the Trump administration’s request to decide by early summer whether Trump’s bid to end that program was legal, meaning it probably will survive at least another year.But during a recent trip to the U.S.-Mexico border, Trump hinted at the possibility, saying he would consider working on the wall and DACA “simultaneously.”A previous attempt to reach a compromise that addressed the status of “Dreamers” broke down a year ago as a result of escalating White House demands.___Associated Press writers Alan Fram and Matthew Daly in Washington and Colleen Long in Brooklyn, New York, contributed to this report. Share
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