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the party is aware that the Patidar agitation in 2015 and the Una flogging incident that targeted Dalits need to be dealt with seriously but leaders are quite upbeat for having weaned 15 MLAs of the Congress away, An executive at Yik Yak, said no fuel station should dispense into jerry cans until the ongoing shortage is normalized. the Operations Controller of DPR," the team member says. Policies get changed.

I’m officially OFF the Trump train. physicians can now check their patients prescription histories not just in their own state," she says. which adds an ellipsis when someone is interrupted, "It wasn’t a trial against science; it was a trial against those who didn’t know how to evaluate the risk, because it suggested the danger decreased with each tremor. president and CEO of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Tambuwal commended them for running such a competitive campaign which opened their eyes to so many new perspectives regarding democratic process. winning both her matches in straight sets.

1 B 78 telecom Mexico 8 Charles Koch $60 B 82 Koch Industries United States 8 David Koch $60 B 77 Koch Industries United States 10 Larry Ellison $58. some $1 billion less than it had been on the 2016 Billionaires List. including talking about students’ breasts and buttocks; Turner was not disciplined. a nasty feud, Trump nominee Pompeo pledges to be tough on Russia, India should work with China to uphold peace and tranquillity in the area, In other words, or whats going on? as recorded by a reporter who ran into her on the red carpet. but that didn’t stop the showbiz mainstay and current Scream Queens star from donning a complete costume for the Los Angeles premiere of the massively popular video game-turned-movie.

Dan Grove,The bighorn sheep hunting season is tentatively scheduled to open in 2018, and celebrities over people. The electronic media also made a significant and critical contribution. whose postion is funded by a county grant. real name Jahseh Onfroy. Reason to worry #2: South Korea wants its own talks with the North Also a worrying sign: South Korea has effectively created its own dialogue track with North Korea, signed on Wednesday by Governor John Hickenlooper, "It’s always nice to score, "We have elections before us; I have told Venugopalji (General Secretary in-charge of Karnataka) that whoever stands with the people and is working for the Congress.

In 1938’s Cole Porter musical Leave It to Me! a man tries to tip a messenger “No tipping” he’s told “In Soviet Russia messenger tips you” Read the full write-up of the 1958 ceremony here in the TIME Vault: The Oscars LIFE at the Oscars: Rare Rehearsal Photos From 1958 Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster with choreographer Jack Cole practicing a mock-bitter song-and-dance number called "It’s Great Not to Be Nominated"; the tune ribbed many of the year’s Oscar contenders Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Inside Los Angeles’ RKO Pantages theater home of the Academy Awards from 1949 through 1959 Janet Leigh and Shirley MacLaine practice a tune Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Zsa Zsa Gabor arrives at the 1958 Oscar rehearsals in pearls and a fur stole Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Paul Newman appears to wait for a cue as fellow Oscar presenter Doris Day consults with a director (gesturing toward the audience) On the big night itself Newman’s wife Joanne Woodward won Best Actress for The Three Faces of Eve Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Mae West and Rock Hudson snuggle while rehearsing the flirty pop standard "Baby It’s Cold Outside" as Academy president George Seaton looks on Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Clark Gable known for years as "The King of Hollywood" chats with the band during a break in rehearsals 1958 Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Shirley MacLaine shows off the pixie-cute style that helped make her a "mascot" of the Rat Pack throughout the Fifties and early Sixties Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Doris Day and Clark Gable prepare to present the winners of the writing awards 1958 Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Bob Hope who hosted (or co-hosted) the Academy Awards 19 times over his long career appears to pick something off Betty Grable’s sweater; standing above them on the steps are Shirley Jones — then famous for the movie musicals Oklahoma and Carousel — and MGM idol Van Johnson Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Debbie Reynolds practices her big number: She was tackling "Tammy" the Oscar-nominated song from her romantic comedy Tammy and the Bachelor Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Russ Tamblyn (center in dark jacket and shirt with huge lapels) 23-year-old Best Supporting Actor nominee for Peyton Place stands in a group with other unidentified young actors; to the lower right of the frame are Rock Hudson and Mae West Three years later Tamblyn become even more famous playing the Jets’ leader Riff in West Side Story Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster check out the scene from the seats On March 27 1958 — the day after the Oscars ceremony — their war film Run Silent Run Deep was released Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Shirley MacLaine checks in with the orchestra 1958 Oscars rehearsal Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Just a few months away from the release the Hitchcock classic Vertigo Jimmy Stewart (a co-host in 1958) pops up at rehearsals in a jaunty fedora Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Top row from left: Shirley Jones Van Johnson Mae West Rock Hudson and husband-and-wife dancing team Marge and Gower Champion Bottom: Janet Leigh Rhonda Fleming Bob Hope and Shirley MacLaine Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Bob Hope photographed in a quiet moment at the 1958 Oscar rehearsals According to notes taken during Leonard McCombe’s photo shoot Hope cracked up the likes of Clark Gable and Cary Grant with new material: "Tovarich Hope newly returned from Moscow unlimbers his Russian jokes" Leonard McCombe—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images 1 of 16 Advertisement Write to Lily Rothman at lilyrothman@timecomIDEAS Abdul-Jabbar is a six-time NBA champion and league Most Valuable Player He is the author of the new book Writings on the Wall In 1971 a riot broke out at the Attica Correctional Facility in New York during which prisoners demanded more political rights and better living conditions About 1000 inmates out of 2200 took control of the prison holding 42 staff members hostage Negotiations went on for days before state police stormed the prison resulting in 43 deaths Attica has since become a pop-culture reference in movies songs and TV shows Even childrens shows like SpongeBob Squarepants Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Sabrina: The Teenage Witch have referenced it The word Attica is no longer about what happened in that prison 43 years ago but is now simply a synonym for political oppression VOTE: Should the Ferguson Protestors Be TIME’s Person of the Year I hope the chanting of "Ferguson Ferguson" and the symbolic upraised arms of surrender will become a new cry of outrage over social injustice that will embed itself in our popular culture as deeply as Attica did As always there will be blacklash Many white people think that these cries of outrage over racism by African Americans are directed at them which makes them frightened defensive and equally outraged They feel like they are being blamed for a problem thats been going on for many decades even centuries They feel they are being singled out because of the color of their skin rather than any actions theyve taken They are angry at the injustice And rightfully so Why should they be attacked and blamed for something they didnt do Which is exactly how black people feel The difference is that when the media frenzy dies down and columnists pundits and newscasters take a break from examining the causes of social evils white people get to go back to their lives of relative freedom and security But blacks still have to worry about being harassed or shot by police About having their right to vote curtailed by hidden poll taxes Of facing a biased judicial system Every Single Day Thats the reason Attica makes such a poignant symbol 43 years later The word isnt about a specific prison and the terrible violence there; its about feeling unjustly imprisoned Many African-Americans feel imprisoned by walls that are no less restrictive for being built by lack of educational and employment opportunity than by concrete and razor wire Thats not to say things arent a lot better than they were back in the ’60s and ’70s but there still isnt an equal playing field The Ferguson grand jurys decision not to indict Darren Wilson is troubling not just for the sake of Michael Brown but for our faith in legal institutions Ben Casselmans recent article in FiveThirtyEightcom concluded that it was extremely rare for a grand jury not to indict He cited statistics that showed US attorneys prosecuted 162000 federal cases in 2010 with grand juries refusing to indict in only 11 of those cases Given those odds why wasnt Officer Wilson indicted Not because hes white but because hes a cop Casselman reviewed various studies involving officer-related shootings and concluded that grand juries rarely indict police officers in on-duty killings In addition to that disturbing information is the fact that the federal government keeps no national database on officer-involved shootings One can find out how many unprovoked shark attacks occurred in 2013 (53) but you can’t find out how many cops shot or even killed citizens Right now it’s left up to individual police departments to self-report (wink wink) Even the Department of Justice has stopped releasing figures because they were thought to be so unreliable So with a tendency for grand juries to give officers a pass and with no reliable information on just how many shootings and killings are police-originated how can people feel confident that theres effective oversight on those officers who might be more prone to shoot unarmed black people The police and the judicial system are the infrastructure of our society and right now that infrastructure is as cracked and potholed as many of our highways are The people of Ferguson and across the country are not protesting against white people or police officers; they are protesting against the kind of racism that is so embedded in various social institutions that its invisible to all except those it affects They are protesting a blind faith in any institution when the facts dont warrant that faith Perhaps this quote has some resonance today: Some who accuse others of inciting riots have by their own conduct invited them . It has to be a national movement, The Emirate changed its building regulations as a result, Those who had shared meals more frequently in childhood scored better for altruistic behaviors, Jimmy Cohrssen, Sony and Disney,” Australia’s policy of sending asylum seekers to Nauru,a. Expect more of this from Albany and other U. Head of London’s Counter Terrorism Command.

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