Residents want change in Fed Hilli
Residents want change in Fed Hilli
Spirits are soaring in India's “City of Joy” of as tens of thousands of people jostle on Kolkata's streets in celebration of “Durga Puja,” the most important festival of the Bengali community. The five-day festival that began Saturday is marked by prayers to the Hindu goddess Durga, feasts, rejoicing, music, dance and drama marking the victory of good over evil. People visit richly illuminated and decorated community centers with idols of Durga and other goddesses worshipped by the Bengali community.
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King Charles, Camilla, Queen Consort, Prince William, and Kate Middleton have posed in a new portrait. The image was taken on the eve of Queen Elizabeth's state funeral.
The 82-year-old drummer hoped to carry on but his condition affected his voice and so he cancelled just hours before the show.
Kwasi Kwarteng says the proposals, announced just 10 days ago, had become "a distraction".
On The Mehdi Hasan Show Sunday, Hasan called out members of the GOP for congratulating Giorgia Meloni, who will soon become Italy’s first female prime minister. Meloni is a member of the party formed by supporters of former Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. “Giorgia Meloni, leader of the far-right Neo-fascist Brothers of Italy Party, is poised to become that country’s next prime minister,” Hasan said, “and Republicans here in the U.S. have been falling over themselves to congratulate her on her win, and identify themselves with the Neo-fascist.” Among others, Hasan called out Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who retweeted a video of Meloni decrying “financial speculators.” “When an old speech of Meloni’s decrying financial speculators, yes, financial speculators, I think we all know who she’s referring to right there, went viral in right-wing circles,” Hasan said, “Republican Senator Ted Cruz tweeted, ’Spectacular.’ Even though his own wife is a managing director at what some would say is the grand champion of actual financial speculators, Goldman Sachs.”
The wait for Social Security's more than 65 million beneficiaries, a majority of whom are seniors, is nearly over. In just 10 days, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will release key inflation data that serves as the final puzzle piece to calculate Social Security's cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for the upcoming year. Since polls and studies have shown how vital Social Security income is to the financial well-being of most retirees, knowing how much payouts are going to rise in 2023 is of the utmost importance to older Americans.
The controversial move has sparked market turmoil and backlash from within the Tory Party.
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It is a Midlands derby that has been cruelly dubbed ‘El Sackico’, with Brendan Rodgers and Steve Cooper both under intense pressure. Before Leicester’s crucial clash with Nottingham Forest on Monday night, here's how two respected coaches found themselves on the brink of being fired.
STORY: "We are ready to give compensation, anything, to the victims even though anything we do cannot bring back the victims,” he said, pausing briefly during the news conference to wipe away tears.On the same day, the country's chief security minister Mahfud MD said an independent fact-finding team would be established and investigate who was responsible for the tragedy.At least 125 people were killed in the crush, which occurred after officers fired tear gas in an attempt to disperse supporters who had invaded the pitch after the final whistle in Malang, East Java, on Saturday night, the region's police chief said.
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City ran out 6-3 winners after hat-tricks from Erling Haaland and Phil Foden.
Chancellor doesn’t rule out also scrapping banker bonuses
Factory activity in Spain contracted in September for the third consecutive month as faltering demand and high inflation weighed, a survey showed on Monday. S&P Global's Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for manufacturing fell to 49.0 last month from 49.9 in August and 48.7 in July, staying below the 50.0 mark that separates growth from contraction. "September data highlighted another difficult few weeks for Spanish manufacturers, with firms experiencing concurrent falls in both output and new orders," said S&P Global's economist Paul Smith.
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Somalia's government said late on Sunday that it had killed Abdullahi Nadir, one of the co-founders of Islamist militant group al Shabaab, in an operation with international partners. Somalia's information ministry said in a statement that the operation that killed Nadir happened on Saturday.