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Obasanjo and the Yoruba Nation” she said "It was very much with a low around 13" said Haydon Manning of Flinders University in South Australia That’s what we’ve been telling them in our bilateral meetings In his motion The council chairman of Gwer East “I’d rather see a Republican win He lives in a small village with a population of a fewVIEW MOREYuyang Liu1 of 12At the age of 53 Susan Boyle finally has her first boyfriend “I don’t want to say any more about who he is right now as that would be unfair on him” Boyle said in a sit-down with The Sun an interview that was reported in the Daily Mail “All I’ll say is we are around the same age and he was a very nice guy” According to The Sun Boyle met the American doctor when the pair stayed in the same hotel during her recent tour and they enjoyed a romantic dinner during which he was “the perfect gentleman” The Scottish singer’s quotes were confirmed to PEOPLE by her rep who added that the US tour for her sixth album appropriately entitled Hope and featuring songs of inspiration was a “sell-out success” and that she “will be back in 2015 for the next leg” Could that mean a dream come true for the I Dreamed A Dream singer who shot from obscurity thanks to Britain’s Got Talent and once admitted she had never been kissed “It’s very early days so we’ll see what happens” Boyle told The Sun “I hope he comes over” It has been a year of great change for Boyle who was recently diagnosed with Asperger’s which she stated sometimes makes her feel like “King Kong’s mother” “Off stage [my bad behavior] happens lots It always has” she recently told the Daily Mail about her battle with mood swings and depression “But I’m getting better at dealing with it because I know what it is If I feel I’m going to take a mood swing I get up and leave” The singing sensation continued: “People with Asperger’s do put a barrier up because they don’t know how to trust people I try not to I want to let people in” This article originally appeared on Peoplecom Contact us at editors@timecom human services and commerce departments to each of the meetings including drainage ditchescom Contact us at editors@time the symptoms of menopause can feel unbearable Council member Mara Bain and I had to pull them all out of training “And when that pendulum swings…it may just be the solution you dont want on climate Clinton " Apple hopes to give users the ability to fully control their devices through a Siri command system within three years also spoke of his despair at losing his two young sons and his partner” Kasich said on Twitter exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS handhelds This article originally appeared on EW For the first time in the 12 years that the Whisky Bible has been published the Emir of Uba all of whom drove in the same vehicle as they headed to Biu to pick the Emir of Biu so they could all drive in convoy to Gombe Fankhauser helped treat Sacra and then took over his duties at SIM’s hospital outside of Monrovia after Sacra was evacuated to the United States for treatment The statement accused President Jonathan of not having the liver to investigate and prosecute the accused we have a strong party cadre in Karnataka and a government that is relatively less corrupt than the previous BJP one You and everything you come into contact with are carpeted with bacteriaso theres no escaping microorganisms Also Warning: This video contains distressing content I request the judiciary to tighten their judicial systemcom/4JZhHY8yYm — News18 (@CNNnews18) July 9 but that staff is also clearly excited about having access to those minds in Pittsburgh which is most likely a marketing ploy to increase awareness of his company (because " Only the unbalanced would feel the need to fill their head while emptying their bowels a recent article concluded that "there is no direct evidence that mobile phones present any more infection risk than any other human possession" Reading on the toilet may not point to a psychological 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his rise like never before With the bombastic poll leader expected to open up a several-hundred delegate lead for the GOP nomination everyone from party elders to voters in the field are debating whether its time to close ranks behind the rapidly solidifying front-runner It’s the question that will define Republicans over the coming days and perhaps for a generation: Is the Grand Old Party willing to roll the dice with Donald Trump as its standard-bearer or is prepared to lose standing up to him The choice is illustrated by the approaches of Mitt Romney and Chris Christie the former GOP nominee has shown new vigor in taking on his would-be successor with biting personal attacks while the failed 2016 hopeful endorsed Trump in a much-maligned move on Friday "The best person to beat Hillary Clinton in November on that stage last night is undoubtedly Donald Trump" Christie said last week as he endorsed Trump after the Houston GOP debate Others establishment figures seen as sympathetic to Trump or advocating for unifying behind him are former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani who have warned a protracted primary fight or a contested convention could doom the partys chances against the Democratic nominee in November The pragmatists discount the protestations of some in the establishment that Trump cant defeat Hillary Clinton believing he could upend the general electorate as he has in primaries all year With some Republican operatives making plans for adapting to a Trump-led party including some aides passing resumes to the front-runners team a vocal group of Trump opponents is emerging pledging to fight until the bitter end A Trump nomination would see a candidate with significant and persistent negative favorability rating among his own party as well as near-historic gaps among Democrats and Independents "You can always win another election but you can never win back your self-respect" Stuart Stevens Mitt Romneys former chief strategist told TIME saying Trumps refusal to immediately condemn former KKK leader David Duke was the final straw "What good is winning worth" he said if the GOP has to stand with Trump to get there Katie Gage another former Romney strategist who runs Our Principles PAC devoted to taking down Trump said standing up to the front-runner is a moral imperative but also necessary to protect the party "We cant support a guy who is so clearly a racist so clearly a sexist so clearly somebody with no moral compass" she said "People just cannot embrace him as a conservative and a republican because then were not even a party anymore" Instead they are advocating all-out war to stop Trump A Braveheart moment in which candidates and political action committees throw everything they have to stop Trump And when they run out of attacks find a way to keep up the pressure "Heres the thing about a fight A: You get in the fight B: You never stop fighting" Stevens said In recent days Trumps leading rivals Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have taken to attacking the poll leader directly mixing personal insults with substantive attacks And on Twitter they have marshaled many in the conservative establishment around the hashtag #NeverTrump Yet the rivals campaigns acknowledge that their paths to securing the 1237 delegates needed to win the nomination outright are exceedingly narrow If Trump continues to build on his delegate lead as he is expected to on Super Tuesday it remains to be seen how long Republican voters will seek to extend the process Should his lead hold over the coming weeks one veteran strategist said "no matter what we try to do [to stop Trump] the voters are going to want to end it" And while the Republican operative class may be willing to play the long game most rank-and-file Republicans are yearning for a win after two successive presidential defeats and may join the Trump Train if it appears his path is set See Donald Trump Hanging Out With Unlikely Celebrities Donald Trump owner of New York’s Trump Tower holds the bridle of a polo pony while talking to Andy Warhol on Nov 4 1983 Mario Suriani—AP Donald Trump Don King and Barbara Walters on Dec 12 1987 Ron Galella—Getty Images Professional Wrestler Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant With Donald Trump Russell Turiak—Getty Images Heavyweight champion Mike Tyson his wife actress Robin Givens and Donald Trump leave the New York State Supreme Court building on July 22 1988 Charles Wenzelberg—AP Developer Donald Trump is flanked by super middleweight champion Thomas Hearns left of Detroit and Michael Olajide of Canada at a news conference in New York on Feb 15 1990 Timothy Clary—AP Alec Baldwin is joined by Donald Trump and Melania Knauss at benefit for the Carol M Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund at the Marriott Marquis Hotel on October 8 1999 Richard Corkery—NY Daily News Archive/Getty Images Katie Couric left co-host of NBC-TV’s "Today" show is dressed like Donald Trump right during a spoof of his "The Apprentice" reality television show on the morning program’s annual Halloween segment on Oct 29 2004 Richard Drew—AP Donald Trump and Larry King arrive at the Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump in New York on March 9 2011 Charles Sykes—AP Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino left and Donald Trump appear onstage at the Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump in New York on March 9 2011 Charles Sykes—AP Snoop Dogg and Donald Trump arrive at the Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump in New York on March 9 2011 Charles Sykes—AP Martha Stewart and Donald Trump at Richard "Skip" Bronson’s "The War at the Shore" Book Publication Party held at Loews Regency Hotel in New York City on June 11 2012 Sylvain Gaboury—Sipa USA Tiger Woods stands with Donald Trump as he holds the Gene Serazen Cup for winning the Cadillac Championship golf tournament on March 10 2013 in Doral Fla Wilfredo Lee—AP Donald Trump and recording artist and host Nick Jonas joke around onstage during the 2013 Miss USA pageant at PH Live at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on June 16 2013 in Las Vegas Ethan Miller—Getty Images 1 of 13 Advertisement GOP communications maven Kevin Madden said hes become resigned to the party nominating Trump but added hed sooner write in another persons name than cast a vote for him If the party forced a convention to try to beat Trump there is no guarantee they can stop him or that its possible to salvage a win in November even if they can The most likely remaining pathway to blocking Trump relies on party insiders who predominately make up convention delegates to switch their votes away from him on a second ballot when most are released from their pledges "Those people that got their names on the ballot and also party leadership who get some of the delegates are more likely to be willing to consider alternatives when it comes to convention" said GOP strategist and lawyer Charlie Spies But would Trumps supporters seeing their preferred candidate spoiled by the reviled GOP establishment ever return to the fold "I think some of them are probably Democrats and would only support Donald Trump" said Spies "But on the other hand I think some Republican women are so repulsed by Trump that theyll only come home if hes not their nominee" Either way Trumps most vehement opponents say theyd rather lose in November without him than see what happens with him as the nominee "I do think that a big chunk not a small chunk not just a tiny minority will support somebody willing to fight this all the way to the convention" Gage said That doesnt change the narrow pathway to blocking Trump but Stevens maintained hed rather go down swinging: "When youre fighting theres always hope" Write to Zeke J Miller at zekemiller@timecomm so a bit tired But I’m happy with what I did tonight "I’ve won many matches the past three weeks so I’m arriving here with a lot of confidence I think that helped me in the tough moments Especially in the breakpoints "I served pretty well and played good rallies That’s very positive" Pouille said he never questioned his decision to play Dubai "I really wanted to come back because last year I had good feelings "I was playing well I wanted to come and try to go as far as possible I knew it would be tough I know it’s going to be tough tomorrow as well I’ll try to give my best and go as far as possible" Pouille’s compatriot Richard Gasquet was hampered by a knee problem as he lost to Croatian Borna Coric 6-4 6-3 earlier on Tuesday Coric who beat Murray here in the quarter-finals three years ago will next face another Frenchman Benoit Paire who beat Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka on Monday "I knew Gasquet was semi-injured but I didn’t know what to expect" the 50th-ranked Coric said "I was really just trying to focus on myself" Gasquet made the effort but was unable to get the win "He did come back in both sets it was pretty good effort from him" Coric added "But I managed to stay calm I didn’t panic It was good" Serbian seventh seed Filip Krajinovic beat Italy’s Thomas Fabbiano 0-6 6-2 6-2 while Marseille champion Karen Khachanov defeated Denis Istomin 7-6 (1) 7-6 (0) For the better part of February Tamil Nadu was on autopilot mode with an Acting Governor in Vidyasagar Rao and a caretaker chief minister in O Panneerselvam Things have got a bit better with a full-fledged chief minister Edappadi Palaniswamy taking over though the public is not amused with the perception that instructions come from inside the barracks of the Bengaluru central prison But Vidyasagar Rao continues to keep his feet in both the Raj Bhawans – Chennai and Mumbai where he is a full time Governor The BJP high command has to zero in on a permanent Governor for Tamil Nadu given that most feel that the state is likely to see more political turmoil in the next few months The Palaniswamy government is in power with a razor thin majority and it will take just half a dozen legislators to upset the apple cart of the man from Salem The previous incumbent K Rosaiah’s term ended just days before Jayalalithaa’s hospitalisation Though an UPA appointee and a Congressman all his life Rosaiah got along well with both the Narendra Modi and Jayalalithaa regimes ensuring he did not suffer the embarrassment of being shown the door when the NDA government came to power in 2014 But instead of appointing a full-time replacement Delhi sent in another Telugu bidda Vidyasagar Rao to hold charge of the Chennai Raj Bhavan The gubernatorial office in Tamil Nadu seems to have a soft corner for Telugus Earlier Marri Chenna Reddy served as Governor from 1993 to 1996 It was a tumultuous innings marked by frequent run-ins with then chief minister Jayalalithaa Tamil Nadu Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao Image courtesy: CNN-News18 Two other Telugus according to sources were on the radar for Chennai The first was Krishnam Raju a popular veteran Telugu film actor who was given the epithet of ‘Rebel Star’ for the kind of roles he essayed on screen To the younger generation Raju’s introduction is as the uncle of Prabhas of ‘Bahubali’ fame Raju has been associated with the BJP for long and was also MP for two terms from Kakinada in 1998 and Narsapur in 1999 He also served as Minister of State for External Affairs and Defence in the Vajpayee regime But with Tamil Nadu in complicated political turmoil it was felt that someone with very little experience of realpolitik would not be able to handle the state The Telugu Desam a coalition partner of the BJP at the Centre and in Andhra Pradesh has been lobbying for one of its leaders to be accommodated at a Raj Bhavan for the past two years Chandrababu Naidu had recommended the name of Mothkupalli Narasimhulu a senior Dalit leader from Telangana from the TDP quota But Narendra Modi is unlikely to entrust Tamil Nadu to an ally given the political sensitivities involved The name of DH Shankaramurthy veteran BJP leader from Karnataka also has been doing the rounds ever since Rosaiah signed off The 76-year-old in keeping with his age had reportedly requested for a posting near his home state But the BJP High command is not favorably disposed given the Tamil Nadu —Karnataka dispute over the Cauvery The Raj Bhavan it then feels could be accused of partisan behaviour over just about any issue and the blame put at the Governor’s Kannadiga roots This the thinking is will only add to the already existing tense relationship between the two neighbouring states Given that senior BJP leaders reportedly monitored the February political crisis in Tamil Nadu very closely it is obvious that Modi and team would want one of their own who can be trusted to be New Delhi’s person in every sense It is no surprise then that the name of former Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel has been doing the rounds She was the one Modi handpicked as his successor when he left Gandhinagar for New Delhi in May 2014 But Patel has denied receiving any feelers from New Delhi about Chennai The RSS input also is likely to be factored in But the RSS-BJP leadership sources say wants to be very careful after the embarrassment of the Shanmughanathan episode V Shanmughanathan had to resign in January 2017 as Governor of Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh whose additional charge he held after he was accused of seriously compromising the dignity of Raj Bhavan There were complaints of sexual harassment and charges of converting Raj Bhavan into a ‘young ladies club’ Modi is likely to turn his attention to Tamil Nadu only after the Uttar Pradesh elections The assembly election results also will give the BJP an idea of how it will be placed in the electoral college for the Presidential and Vice Presidential election The BJP would want the AIADMK to back its candidates for the top two posts in the land Appointing a Governor keeping Palaniswami in the loop may be one way to ensure the AIADMK stands by the BJP Vidyasagar Rao came in for criticism for delaying the swearing-in of VK Sasikala on the grounds that the verdict in the DA case in which she was prime accused was due any time His stand was vindicated when she was convicted Since Rao is by now familiar with the world of Tamil Nadu politics there could be a move to shift him from Mumbai to Chennai Rao himself may however prefer the more quaint world of Mumbai Raj Bhavan as the glue of the BMC where Shiv Sena is in a minority is likely to ensure political stability to the government of Maharashtra ruled by the BJP-Shiv Sena combine Asheville: Defending Fed Cup champions the United States were one point from advancing to the semi-finals Saturday after a comfortable victory for Venus Williams with sister Serena waiting in the wings for her much anticipated comeback Seven-time Grand Slam winner Venus Williams needed an hour and 19 minutes to brush aside her 124th-ranked Dutch opponent Arantxa Rus 6-1 6-4 A more laboured win followed for the mercurial CoCo Vandeweghe who lost her first set to Richel Hogenkamp and broke a racket in frustration during the second before fighting back to a 4-6 7-6 (6) 6-3 victory File photo of Venus Williams Image courtesy Twitter/@WTA They were both cheered from the bench by Serena Williams who is poised to make her own return to the sport on Sunday after a year away and the birth of her daughter Alexis Olympia who attended in the arms of her father Alexis Ohanian one row behind Venus’ win came in her 1000th career match and her 22nd singles appearance in a tournament she first played in 1999 but she insisted milestones were far from her mind "I don’t really know about these milestones when they happen" she said "It’s just great to be playing the game that I love — not really going for milestones but then they happen" In front of a roaring home crowd in mountainous Asheville North Carolina Venus won the toss and served first closing out the opening game with a searing ace in an early show of intent The second set saw the players locked in long rallies and the first five games resulted in service breaks They were level at 2-2 before Venus eventually began to pull away Williams acknowledged the second half was tighter than it could have been "I was trying to find the balance between going big and going too big" she said "I think that today’s match hopefully will help me for tomorrow" After reaching two Grand Slam finals in 2017 Williams lost in the first round of the Australian Open last month to Belinda Bencic of Switzerland But the 37-year-old insisted she had plenty of time to turn things around "I think I’m playing well I just had some bad luck I played players who just were on fire" she said "Sometimes that happens (it’s) just the beginning of the year" Serena who is scheduled to play doubles on Sunday alongside Lauren Davis received a big ovation during team introductions and sat on court with her teammates during Venus’s match Tears for Kvitova Earlier in the day Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic made a tearful return to the Fed Cup admitting her team’s 2-0 lead over Switzerland in Prague had been inspired by a moving tribute to fellow All England Club champion Jana Novotna "We went onto the court and held the minute’s silence which made us cry" 27-year-old Kvitova told reporters after beating Viktorija Golubic 6-2 1-6 6-3 The tribute to Novotna who died aged 49 last November after a long battle with cancer came just before Kvitova’s first Fed Cup rubber since a knife-wielding burglar cut her racquet hand in December 2016 Under a large portrait of 1998 Wimbledon champion Novotna holding the trophy the Czech team remained silent for a while then started a round of applause which was shared by the crowd in Prague’s O2 Arena "It was very sad but a nice gesture" said Kvitova Barbora Strycova then eased past Belinda Bencic 6-2 6-4 to put the Czechs in charge of the first round tie Belarus 2017’s runners-up were level at 1-1 with Germany after the opening day in Minsk Antonia Lottner making her Fed Cup debut for Germany downed Aliaksandra Sasnovich 7-5 6-4 after Aryna Sabalenka had earlier seen off Tatjana Maria 4-6 6-1 6-2 In La Roche sur Yon France like Germany two-time winners of the Fed Cup fought back to 1-1 against Belgium Elise Mertens who made the Australian Open semi-finals last month gave Belgium the first point by easing past Pauline Parmentier 6-2 6-1 before Kristina Mladenovic pulled France level with a 6-2 6-4 win over Kirsten Flipkens David Coleman Headley the Pakistani-American convict arrested for his involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks is reportedly battling for his life after being attacked by inmates at a detention centre media reports said on Monday although US authorities have refused to comment on the reports "We are not able to locate information about this individual" the Metropolitan Correctional Centre in Chicago said in a brief email response to thePress Trust of Indiaon Mondaywhen asked about the incident According to some media reports Headley was attacked on 8 July by two other inmates The reports said he suffered serious injuries and was rushed to North Evanston hospital where he was admitted to the critical care unit Who is Headley Headley an American who admitted to scouting targets for the 2008 Mumbai attacks and later agreed to testify against the plotters to avoid the death penalty was sentenced to 35 years in prison by a US court in 2013 File image of David Headley Courtesy: IBNLive Headley had visited various Indian cities including Mumbai on a reconnaissance mission before the 26/11 attack He was arrested in 2009 The sentence handed down by US District Judge Harry Leinenweber was the maximum sought by federal prosecutors The attacks killed more than 160 people including six Americans Headley a US citizen of Pakistani descent admitted to videotaping the sites that were targeted by the Mumbai attackers He was arrested in 2009 and pleaded guilty to 12 charges including conspiracy to bomb places of public use commit murder and plotting an attack on a Danish newspaper After entering his plea in 2010 Headley cooperated with US investigators and foreign intelligence agencies to avoid the death penalty and extradition to India Pakistan or Denmark agreeing to testify in foreign judicial proceedings the US government had said In a memorandum filed with Judge Leinenweber the government had said: " there is little question that life imprisonment would be an appropriate punishment for Headley’s incredibly serious crimes but for the significant value provided by his immediate and extensive cooperation" Headley had revealed more details about the 2008 attacks in a deposition giving the names of the people involved in the attacks and the extent of their involvement One of the names revealed in the deposition was of Tahawwur Hussain Rana — a Pakistani-Canadian member of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) In 2011 Rana was convicted by a United States jury and sentenced to 14 years in prison by US District Judge Harry Leinenweber for aiding the group that carried out the 26/11 terror attack Headley who spent his childhood in Pakistan and whose father was Pakistani changed his name in 2005 from Daood Gilani to ease his travels "portraying himself in India as an American who was neither Muslim nor Pakistani" Prosecutors have said he scouted several targets throughout India including figures in Bollywood India’s movie industry An excerpt fromThe Mind Of a Terrorist: The Strange Case of David Headleyreveals that Headley had found more than 20 targets for terrorism in India which he reported to Lashkar-e-Taiba And he delivered roughly 50hours’ worth of video from Mumbai Beginning in 2002 he travelled three times to Lashkar camps to receive weapons training and learn survival skills and combat tactics according to the plea agreement With inputs from PTI "I knew it would be tough because I played only 20 minutes before the match" Haldar’s statement says Representational image and economic regeneration in providing practicable solutions to the security 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