Unconfirmed reports also suggest that a bus was stoned at during the protests. Meanwhile, in suburban Mulund, shop owners complied with the request of protesters to shut their establishments, a police official said. Every New Year's Day lakhs of people gather to commemorate the victory of the English, in which the British Army comprising Dalit Mahars had defeated Brahmin Peshwa-led Maratha Empire in 1818.
A high of 12 and a low of minus 3 is predicted on New Year's Eve, with wind chill values as low as minus 19 at night. On Friday, Accuweather calls for a sunny, frigid day with a high of 5 degrees and low of -4, while the NWS reported it could reach -7 degrees.
On top of this, over half the country have been issued an orange wind warning. Met Eireann's warning comes into effect at 4pm on Tuesday evening and will remain in place until 9pm that night. Southwest to west winds of mean speeds 65 to 80 km/h, gusting to 110 to 130 km/h., are expected, as well as very high seas along Atlantic coasts, with a risk of coastal flooding.
Anti-government protests continued across multiple cities in Iran for a fourth day on Sunday, the most widespread unrest in the country since the pro-democracy Green Movement in 2009 - though nowhere near the same scale thus far. Reuters reported that footage on social media showed riot police clubbing and arresting the demonstrators, and said protesters were also arrested elsewhere in Tehran.
The remarks indicate an opening for dialogue after months of tensions that have seen President Donald Trump's administration warn of military action to prevent Kim from threatening the USA with nuclear weapons. Last week, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted new sanctions on North Korea in response to Pyongyang's November 29 ballistic missile test, seeking to further strangle its energy supplies and tighten restrictions on smuggling and the use of North Korean workers overseas.
DMK MP Kanimozhi and NCP leader Majeed Memon also said they were against criminalisation and hence the triple talaq bill in its present form is not acceptable. TMC, which is opposed to a ban on instant talaq , did not participate in the discussion in the Lok Sabha. But, the prime minister is cut off from the reality on triple talaq .
While he is obviously not distracted by the nearly incessant speculation around his future on Merseyside, Coutinho is a sought-after player and another move by Barca will surely at the very least turn his head. Coutinho has seven goals and six assists in 14 Premier League games. However, speaking after Liverpool's 2-1 win at Burnley on New Year's Day, a dismissive Klopp said: "I heard about it".
DeRozan, who 17-for-29 on the night, and hit all 13 of his free throws, said he wasn't thinking about breaking records. Kyle Lowry had 26 points and Serge Ibaka added 11 for the Raptors , who also won 12 straight at Air Canada Centre between January 18 and March 6, 2016.
They claimed to be in " international waters " and thus exempt from an official liquor ban. Pictures of the sand sanctuary have surfaced online. The images were posted in a local Facebook group, Tairua ChitChat , by David Saunders . " That's creative thinking ", Waikato eastern area commander Inspector John Kelly told Stuff . "That's the one thing I absolutely love about the Coromandel - the inventive nature of the people", she said.
The Israeli leader continued: "Brave Iranians are pouring into the streets". Netanyahu said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's claim that Israel is behind the anti-government protests is not only false, but "laughable". He accused the Iranian government of spending tens of billions of dollars to spread hate. "The regime is terrified of them, of their own people", Netanyahu said.
A photo released by police of a auto they are trying to locate in connection with two missing Round Rock girls. It's believed Miles may be headed to Louisiana in a grey 2017 Hyundai Accent bearing Texas license plate number JGH9845. He weighs about 200 pounds and is six feet two inches tall. Miles was last heard from in Round Rock. She has a stud on the right side of her nose and braces as well, authorities said.
North Korea made significant strides in the development of its nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programs in 2017. "The entire area of the USA mainland is within our nuclear strike range", he continued, while claiming that now the U.S.
In September, the regime carried out its sixth and most powerful nuclear test. Kim also said that North Korea was "a responsible nuclear nation that loves peace", adding that "we do not intend to use nuclear powers" unless there is aggression directed toward the country.
Sunday . TONIGHT: Bitter cold continues and unsafe wind chills. Extreme arctic cold has settled into the region as we welcome 2018! Today: Mostly sunny, very cold and breezy. Today will be partly sunny with a high of 17. It's no significant warm up, but readings reach the middle to upper 20s. Lows from Thursday through Saturday will be back into the single digits, with a few below zero numbers possible.
Otherwise, the main story line tonight will be the cold temperatures and low wind chills. Wind Chills are expected to reach risky levels tonight and Monday. Another coastal storm is possible, but trends are leaning toward our current pattern holding tight and keeping the low out to sea. We should see some sunshine return this afternoon, but it won't help temperatures much at all.
The Bill will be discussed in the parliament , and it remains to be seen what amendments are proposed by the members of the parliament, and also if those amendments are included in the final National medical commission Bill, 2017. The Bill allows practitioners of Ayurveda, yoga and naturopathy, unani, siddha and homoeopathy (AYUSH), to practise modern medicine after they complete a short-term bridge course.
The families from Scarsdale, N.Y., and Belleair, Florida, accounted for nine of the dead. Mitchell, 52, and Leslie Weiss, 50, Hannah Weiss, 19, and Ari Moses Weiss, 16, were killed in the crash, the New York Daily News and Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
It was taken out by US-based organisation The World Values Network , which on its website claims to be "dedicated to disseminating the light of the Jewish people and promoting and defending the state of Israel as the supreme embodiment of a nation founded on these principles".
Riyadh used to insist that travelling women be accompanied by a close male relative, triggering controversy in 2012 when over 1,000 Nigerian women were asked to return from Jeddah after arriving for Haj without mehram (a male companion). Khalid Saif Ullah Rehmani, Secretary of All India Muslim Personal Law Board said that the woman will be safe and secure if she goes along with Mahram .
The main incident took place on December 15, during which Ahed Tamimi and her 21-year-old cousin were caught on video kicking and slapping two soldiers in the courtyard of her family home in the West Bank village of Nebi Saleh. Videos of the December 15 alleged assault were widely picked up by Israeli media, which often accuse Palestinian protesters of seeking to provoke the army into responses, only to be filmed .
Members of the South Boston "L" Street Bathhouse take a traditional New Year's Day dip in 30-degree waters in Boston on January 1, 2001. The region's recent brutal cold snap has taken its toll on a number of local events planned for New Year's Day.
The 16-year-old was arrested without incident and the Century Arms semiautomatic rifle - which was legally registered to a resident in the home - was seized, Gramiccioni said. The suspect who was taken into custody is thought to be a 16-year-old. Authorities are not releasing the name of the suspect because he is underage.
Munro also had a memorable series against India a year ago. In addition, this was the fourth fastest T20I half-century. He smacked skipper Carlos Brathwaite and Kerserk Williams out of the park by hitting boundaries at will. Phillips was pinned lbw by a front-of-the-hand slider from Badree before Brathwaite pulled off a jaw-dropping one-handed catch at short midwicket to remove Bruce.
They include Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan, Environmental Protection Minister Ze'ev Elkin and Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz. The bill had been expected to be voted on by a ministerial committee in a move that would fast-track its progress through parliament. The Palestinians want to establish a state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip with East Jerusalem as its capital.
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli claimed foreign powers were mistaken in their assessments of the situation. At least 50 protesters have been arrested since Thursday, authorities said. The protests took place amid reports of Internet disruptions, with the New York-based Center for Human Rights In Iran saying the government was making it hard for Iranians to get online.