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hitherto the single-largest party in Goa, Town and Country Planning Minister Sardesai had on Monday said, also set in 1943,5 million people voted out of 13 million registered voters in the state for a turnout rate of 27 percent, interfering with people’s ability to plan ahead, "You just don’t get it. he said. (Reporting By Andrew MacAskill; Editing by Gareth Jones and David Stamp) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. Jamal? Pillai had said that the priest had sought a legal clarification.
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Write to Matt Peckham at matt.He has been in the U. an ex-DFL chairman, as he also debunked the rumour being peddled that it was rituals by some politicians in the state. who advised people not to walk alone in dark streets in the metropolis to avoid being attacked, Taylor said planning “should have happened five years ago, publisher of The Dickinson Press."Let’s have these debates" Hamilton said Tuesday March 14 "Don’t hide from it; don’t cower behind a damned gavel"The person he talked about but did not specifically name is House Commerce Chairman Joe Hoppe R-Chaska who says he will not take up Hamilton’s bill written to allow patients to generally continue receiving prescription medicine throughout an insurance policy’s termHoppe said that Hamilton’s bill would increase the cost of health care while Republicans who control the House want to cut the cost"The heart of the matter is poverty of the human heart" Hamilton said of fellow Republicans’ decision to not consider his billHamilton of Mountain Lake who from time to time goes against his GOP colleagues on specific issues said that a pharmacy benefit manager limits his anti-fatigue medicine to one pill a day even though his Mayo Clinic doctor thinks he needs two a dayHamilton said that taking half the dose that his doctor prescribed means he is forced to use a wheelchair and must decide between exercise and work because he becomes too fatigued to do bothHamilton pays the entire cost of the medicine he said but his pharmacy can only give him 30 pills a month because of the benefit manager’s decisionA year ago before the medicine cutback Hamilton used a scooter to go long distances in the Capitol complex but also could walk short distancesHis bill would limit the power of benefit managers who control costs for insurance companies to deny prescriptions during policy’s termA Senate version of the bill offered by Sen Carla Nelson R-Rochester has met with bipartisan backing and she said she expects it to pass the full Senate But Hoppe who controls the committee where Hamilton’s bill must start said it runs counter to GOP efforts to control health care costs"We are not going to have a hearing" Hoppe said "I am sympathetic We are all doing all we can to lower the cost of health care"On the other hand Hoppe said he might not oppose a Hamilton effort to attach the provision onto another bill as it moves through the HouseThe chairman said that Hamilton’s bill may be something that could be studied after this legislative session ends in May with it resurfacing next year if appropriate House speaker Kurt Daudt R-Crown agreed with Hoppe that the Hamilton bill likely would increase costs but said he blames Hamilton’s insurance company not benefit managersDaudt said that Hamilton the House agriculture finance chairman had not talked to him about the issue"If he really wanted his bill to get a hearing he would be talking to me and not you" the speaker told reportersAs for his two chairman who do not agree on the issue Daudt said: "I probably will have to talk to both of them and find out if they have had conversations"In an emotional talk to reporters said that what really bothered him was a 10:31 pm Monday text message he received saying there may be a way to work with a benefit manager to approve the full dose of his medicine"I am a legislator making a ruckus about this" he said adding that "it is not just about me; it is greater than that"Hamilton who would not say who sent him the text indicated that he only was given a chance to get medicine because he is an elected official who was talking about the issue in public He said that he does not plan to take the person who sent the text up on the offerDr David Agerter an Austin physician for Mayo Clinic said each patent is unique and others should not change a doctor’s decision about the best medicineSwitching drugs "can threaten a patient’s life" he said By Ricardo Brito and Anthony Boadle BRASILIA (Reuters) – A Brazilian federal appeals court judge on Tuesday overturned a ruling barring Venezuelan immigrants fleeing economic and political turmoil from entering Brazil On Sunday a federal judge in the northern state of Roraima ordered the border closed until the state could create "humanitarian" conditions to receive a massive of Venezuelans Appeals court judge Kassio Marques acknowledged "grave violations of the public and judicial order" but overturned the lower court’s ruling saying the closure would not improve humanitarian conditions for Venezuelans fleeing their country A Foreign Ministry official said the Brazilian government does not contemplate at all closing the border because that would violate its international commitments on human rights and a new immigration law that keeps the door open to all refugees The Roraima state government which has been trying to shut the border to stop the influx of Venezuelans said it would appeal the latest court decision and seek 184 million reais in federal compensation to cover its additional costs in health education and public security Over the last three years tens of thousands of Venezuelans have overwhelmed Roraima causing a humanitarian crisis with families sleeping in the streets amid rising crime and prostitution The federal police said that it never actually closed the frontier and had only begun preparations for shutting it on Monday but the normal flow of Venezuelan immigrants was re-established on Tuesday morning A state government official in Roraima said that although the federal police never closed the border officers did momentarily stop Venezuelans from entering "They only let pass those who had been granted asylum residency or could prove they had passage out of the country" the official told Reuters "There was even a little protest" The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) welcomed the Brazilian judiciary’s decision Nearly 33000 Venezuelans had asked for asylum in Brazil as of April 30 while another 25000 had entered the country by other means including humanitarian visas labour and migration visas UNHCR spokesman William Spindler said in Geneva "In 2018 the number of asylum seekers from Venezuela is already larger than for the whole of 2017" he told reporters Venezuela is in the grip of a severe economic crisis with shortages of food medicines and other essentials and periodic waves of protests against leftist President Nicolas Maduro The Brazilian Air Force began flying Venezuelan immigrants in Roraima to other cities of Brazil in May and has so far flown more than 800 Venezuelans out of Boa Vista the state capital (Additional reporting by Staphanie Nebehay in Geneva and Mateus Maia in Brasilia; Writing by Gabriel Stargardter and Anthony Boadle; Editing by Frances Kerry and Sandra Maler) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed New Delhi: In one of his sharpest attacks yet on Narendra Modi former prime minister Manmohan Singh said his successor’s rule has not been good for India as he "failed" the electorate and led a government that was "mostly silent" on incidents of communal violence mob lynching and cow vigilantism Singh while speaking at the launch of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor’s new book titled The Paradoxical Prime Minister: Narendra Modi and His India alleged under the present dispensation the environment in universities and national institutions like the CBI was being vitiated and dissent stifled His remarks came amid the current crisis in the CBI whose top two bosses were divested of their powers and sent on leave by the government File image of former prime minister Manmohan Singh PTI In a scathing criticism of Modi Singh said he was elected as the 14th prime minister of India on the back of many lofty promises but in the past four years he and his government "failed" their electorate and eroded the voters’ faith He said Modi is a "paradoxical prime minister" and Tharoor has demonstrated this through his "superbly written and devastatingly accurate book" "He (Modi) has spoken of being a prime minister for all Indians but the government he presides over has been mostly silent in the face of widespread communal violence mob lynching and cow vigilantism "At the same time academic freedoms are being sought to be curbed The environment in our universities and national institutions like the CBI is being vitiated and dissent stifled" Singh alleged Speaking during a panel discussion at the event after Singh’s address former Union minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram when asked about the CBI said "We have the most ‘credible bureau of investigation’ and we have the most enlightened directorate ED Who am I to comment on that I am one of their favourite.This is again an example of how institutions are being destroyed" "A new government has to reinvent a Federal Bureau of Investigation or a Central Bureau of Investigation This cannot be repaired This cannot be put together again You can say the same thing about the Central Information Commission You can say the same thing about the Central Election Commission" Chidambaram alleged Singh in his speech also came down hard on the government’s economic policies saying nothing concrete had been done to bring back the "promised billions of dollars" allegedly held abroad as black money The "hastily-implemented" demonetisation and GST have proved to be "disastrous" for the economy the former prime minister said Petrol and diesel prices are at a "historic high" despite the fall in international crude oil prices because the Modi government chose to levy excessive excise duties instead of passing the benefits of low prices to the people of India he said adding that Modi instead has thought it fit to "punish our people" Singh also alleged that Modi presides over a "fearful population an economy that has been set back by foolhardy initiatives painful lack of jobs the growing distress among India’s farming communities a devastating number of farmer suicides insecure borders instability in Kashmir and the palpable failure in implementation of even laudable initiatives like Swachh Bharat Skill Development Make in India and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao" "This is what he presides over and not a secular plural free and equal society that was. envisioned and built in its six and a half decades as a free nation" he added Modi’s rule has "not been good" for India and it all arises from the Modi paradox that Tharoor has shown in his book he said "Much of what the Modi government is all about has turned out to be little more than a series of empty gestures.with very little substance having been achieved on the ground" he said Singh lauded Tharoor for coming out with the "timely book reminding us that the idea of India is under threat today from those who seek not just to rule India but to change India’s very heart and soul" Earlier speaking at the event Tharoor alleged "The government of India statistics will tell you that of all the cow vigilantism cow-related violence that has ever occurred in independent India in 70 years 97 per cent has occurred in the rule of Narendra Modi" Tharoor however did not say which statistics of the government he was referring to and did not elaborate on his claim During the panel discussion Chidambaram while referring to National Security Advisor Ajit Doval’s lecture here on Thursday alleged that the talk of a strong state and hard decisions was nothing but the seed of an "illiberal democracy" Janata Dal (United) leader Pawan Verma during the discussion slammed the Opposition saying that it had no leadership "Can we have an opposition which goes beyond photo ops" he asked "If everything about Modi is wrong and we are six months away from an election Why does he continue to enjoy personal popularity ratings which are so high" he asked Something must be wrong with those who are trying to oppose him or he must be doing some things better than the opposition he argued Former Union minister Arun Shourie and journalist-turned-politician Ashutosh also slammed the government for its policies"Qandeel Baloch used social media to promote her image and post progressive ideas. This led to death threats and widespread condemnation.
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