Racism suit against two journalists dismissed

first_img Organisation News May 10, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders is pleased at the dismissal by a Paris court on 12 July of a racism suit against French radio journalist Daniel Mermet and his boss, Jean-Marie Cavada, head of the Radio France network.The judge said the allegations of “incitement to racial hatred” and “racial slander” against Mermet, and by extension Cavada, were unfounded because an account of a conflict situation “inevitably includes the voicing of preferences.” He said there was no question of Mermet being anti-semitic.Mermet had been sued by the French Union of Jewish Students, the French League against Racism and Anti-Semitism and lawyer William Goldnadel for broadcasting remarks from listeners in the course of a series of reports from Gaza and Israel. They have appealed against the judge’s verdict.Reporters Without Borders had supported Mermet and called for the dropping of all legal action against him. More than 25,000 people signed an appeal backing him entitled “Do we have the right to criticise Sharon?” which was published in the French weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur on 19 June by Reporters Without Borders and Mermet’s radio programme “Là-bas si j’y suis” (“Life on the Other Side”).The appeal criticised the defamatory campaign and threats made against journalists and media in recent months by people accusing them of being biased in their reporting of the Middle East conflict.”Small groups and individuals daring to claim they speak for all Jews are playing on fear and confusion and when the slightest criticism of Israeli policy is made come out with the charge of anti-Semitism,” the appeal said.”This dangerously devalues the fight against anti-Semitism and Jew-hating by systematically and improperly brandishing it on every occasion. (…) If Mermet’s programme was anti-Semitic, then anti-Semitism is everywhere. (…) We reject these lunatic accusations and exaggerated suspicions, this serious perversion of public debate and this cheapening of anti-Semitism,” the appeal said. FranceEurope – Central Asia RSF denounces Total’s retaliation against Le Monde for Myanmar story News July 12, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Racism suit against two journalists dismissed Follow the news on France Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU RSF_en June 2, 2021 Find out more FranceEurope – Central Asia June 4, 2021 Find out more to go further “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF says Reporters Without Borders is pleased that a Paris court dismissed a suit on12 July accusing French radio journalist Daniel Mermet of “incitement toracial hatred” and “racial slander” for having broadcast the comments oflisteners in a series of programmes reporting from Gaza and Israel. News Help by sharing this information Newslast_img read more

Dundon and Killeen charged with Limerick murder

first_imgWhatsApp Linkedin Previous articleRobbie Williams to play at Thomond ParkNext articleSocial media workshop for sports clubs admin Advertisement Twitter WAYNE Dundon and Nathan Killeen have been charged with the murder of Roy Collins in 2009 after the 34-year-old father was shot dead outside his family business at Roxboro Shopping Centre. The murder was described as a “direct attack” on the criminal justice system after a relative of Mr Collins testified against a senior member of the McCarthy Dundon gang.At a sitting of the Special Criminal Court on Friday, Wayne Dundon (33) of  Lenihan Avenue, was formerly charged by garda Paul Crowley in the confinds of the CCJ building in Dublin of the murder of Roy Collins.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Nathan Killeen (23), of Hyde Road, a known associate of Dundon, was also preferred with the same charge of murder by detective garda Brian O’Connor.Both men were remanded in custody pending the completion of books of evidence and the case coming to trial before the same court.The murder of Roy Collins led to new anti-gangland legislation which gave further powers to gardai and also paved the way for the introduction of new criminal offences surrounding membership of criminal gangs.In May 2010 James Dillon (26) originally from the southside of Limerick was jailed for life for the murder of Roy Collins.However, gardai remained steadfast in their pursuit of those who ordered the hit and the man who was seen in the getaway car with Mr Dillon after the shooting.A Glock pistol was found in the grounds of a local rugby club last July and it is strongly believed that this was the weapon used in the murder. This was also close to where the Mercedes car used by Mr Collins’s killers was found abandoned and on fire on April 9, 2009.The two men were brought before the Special Criminal Court, amid high security, after an application was made to have the two men produced from prison where they are serving sentences for other matters.The DPP directed that the pair be charged before the special non jury criminal court and the three judges were told that pair are to apply for separate legal aid assignments.Shane O’Callaghan, senior counsel for Dundon, addressed the court noting that he was concerned about certain media reports regarding his client.A media blackout was not granted but the court said that any concerns ahead of the trial should be brought to the attention of the three judges.center_img NewsLocal NewsDundon and Killeen charged with Limerick murderBy admin – February 22, 2013 516 Print Email Facebooklast_img read more

Watch: CareBright ‘Living well with dementia’ event

first_imgCAREBRIGHT hosted a ‘Living well with dementia’ event on Wednesday, November 7 at the CareBright Community in Bruff, Co Limerick.The evening included guest speakers Kathy Ryan, Kevin and Helena Quaid, and Nisha Joy of CareBright.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The speakers addressed topics such as living with dementia, how it can impact those living with dementia, as well as the wider family.One of the main topics touched on all members of the panel on the evening was addressing the stigma which surrounds dementia in our society.Kathy Ryan and Kevin Quaid are advocates for people living with dementia, while Kevin’s wife, Helena, gave an insight into what impact it can have in the role of a carer and family member.On the evening, Nisha Joy, Person in Charge and Carebright’s Dementia Village, told those present at the event, the story of CareBright so far and the affect facilities such as the one in Bruff can have one people and families living with dementia. Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students Linkedin Limerick on Covid watch list Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Previous articleNa Piarsaigh and Limerick set for live television coverageNext articleWatch: Fidget feet flying high for 20 years Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat NewsHealthVideoWatch: CareBright ‘Living well with dementia’ eventBy Cian Reinhardt – November 13, 2018 2242 TAGShealthNewsvideo WhatsAppcenter_img Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Email Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Facebook Twitter Vicky calls for right to die with dignitylast_img read more

Over 100 people attend Letterkenny protest against Israeli offensive in Gaza

first_img By News Highland – July 18, 2014 News LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Twitter Facebook Google+ Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Over 100 people attend Letterkenny protest against Israeli offensive in Gaza Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published WhatsAppcenter_img Google+ Twitter Facebook Previous articleStrabane accused of attack on man who has not regained consciousness in Derry refused variation on bailNext articleHistoric Herdmans Mill site bought by Strabane Euromillions winner News Highland Over 100 people gathered at Market Square in Letterkenny today at lunchtime to protest at the escalation in Israel’s offensive in Gaza, which has seen up to 250 Palestinians killed, dozens of them children.The situation intensified last evening when a ground offensive began, despite UN calls for the situation to be defused.Today’s Letterkenny protest was organised by Sinn Fein – Donegal North East TD Padraig Mac Lochlainn says this and other events around the world send an important message of solidarity to people in Gaza………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/podgaza.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Pinterest Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Pinterestlast_img read more

‘Registry Blamed Unnecessarily’ : SC Dismisses Plea Alleging Bias In Listing Matters With 100 Rupees Cost

first_imgTop Stories’Registry Blamed Unnecessarily’ : SC Dismisses Plea Alleging Bias In Listing Matters With 100 Rupees Cost Sanya Talwar5 July 2020 11:42 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a petition alleging alleging adoption of a “pick and choose” policy by its Registry and of routinely giving preference to influential advocates in listings.The Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra dismissed petition filed by lawyer, Reepak Kansal, and imposed a fine of Rs 100 on him for filing the plea in which he had sought seeking a direction to…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court  on Monday dismissed a petition alleging alleging adoption of a “pick and choose” policy by its Registry and of routinely giving preference to influential advocates in listings.The Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra dismissed petition filed by lawyer, Reepak Kansal, and imposed a fine of Rs 100 on him for filing the plea in which he had sought seeking a direction to its Secretary General & Registrar/officers in “not to give preferences to cases filed by influential lawyers/petitioners”.”We are imposing a minimum cost of Rs 100 on you,” said the Court.The bench observed :”We see, in general, it has become a widespread practice to blame the Registry for no good reasons. To err is human, as many petitions are filed with defects, and defects are not cured for years together. A large number of such cases were listed in the recent past before the Court for removal of defects which were pending for years. In such situation, when the pandemic is going on, baseless and reckless allegations are made against the Registry of this Court, which is part and parcel of the judicial system. We take judicial notice of the fact that such evil is also spreading in the various High Courts, and Registry is blamed unnecessarily for no good reasons”. The Court said that a large number of petitions are filed which are defective; still, the insistence is made to list them and mention is made that they should be listed urgently. The bench observed thus: “It happens in a large number of matters, and unnecessary pressure is put upon the Assistants dealing with the cases. We find due to mistakes/ carelessness when petitions with defects are filed, it should not be expected that they should be listed instantly. To err is human and there can be an error on the part of the Dealing Assistants too. This is too much to expect perfection from them, particularly when they are working to their maximum capacity even during the pandemic. The cases are being listed. It could not be said that there was an inordinate delay in listing the matters in view of the defects. “In his petition, he had alleged that the Section officers and/or Registry of Supreme Court routinely gives preferences to some law firms and influential advocates for reasons “best known to them”.The bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and Abdul Nazeer had heard this petition on 19th June. It took serious objections to the allegations raised by Advocate Reepak Kansal, who complained that the SC Registry was showing discrimination and undue preferences in the matter of listing of all cases.”How can you compare your Petition on One Nation One Ration Card to the plea of Arnab Goswami? What was the urgency? Why are you saying nonsensical things? All members of registry work day and night to make your life easier. You are demoralising them. How can you say such things?”, the bench made these oral observations during the hearing.ORDERS IN PLEA ALLEGING “BIAS” & “FAVOURITISM” BY REGISTRY WHILE LISTING CASES:SC to shortly deliver order in a Lawyer’s PIL alleging adoption of a “pick and choose” policy by its Registry and of routinely giving preference to influential advocates in listings.#SupremeCourt— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) July 6, 2020Kansal stated that the Section officers and/or Registry of Supreme Court routinely gave preferences to some law firms and influential advocates for reasons “best known to them”. “This is discrimination and against equal opportunity to get justice in this Hon’ble Court”, he states.”Because, the Respondent no. 2/ Filing Section take several days to check / point out the defects if, it is filed by an ordinary petitioner or lawyers and list the cases within few minutes by ignoring the defects / procedure if, it is filed by any influential lawyer or petitioner” The plea further contended, “There is no procedure was followed by the Registry i.e. filing application for urgent hearing or letter etc which was necessary for the urgent listing of the cases during nation lock down” The plea also contended that seeing this “discriminatory” practice adopted by the Registry and after failing to get his petition listed despite a letter of urgency on record annexed with the petition, Kansal complained to Secretary General of the Top Court via email. No response was given by the respondents, he states.Case DetailsTitle : Reepak Kansal vs Secretary General, Supreme Court of India and othersCase No : Writ Petition (C) 541/2020Click here to download the judgment Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Notre Dame debuts first female leprechaun mascot in school’s 177-year history

first_img Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailUniversity of Notre Dame(NOTRE DAME, Ind.) — Lynette Wukie, a junior at the University of Notre Dame, is making history one cheer at a time.The Ohio native made her debut on Monday as the first female leprechaun in the Catholic university’s 177-year history. “I’m happy to be in this position to show girls or anyone of any race or gender that you can do anything,” Wukie, 21, told ABC News’ Good Morning America. “I’m very excited.”In addition to being the first woman to hold the prestigious mascot role, Wukie is one of only three African Americans in school history to hold the role.She is in a three-person leprechaun class this year that includes another African American student, Samuel Jackson, and Conal Fagan, the first native-born Irishman to be mascot.“I know all three of us are just really excited,” Wukie said. “It’s an interesting dynamic because we have kids look up to us and now we show a different representation.”Wukie, a high school cheerleader, came to Notre Dame after breaking the glass ceiling in another sport: golf. She worked as the only female golf caddie in her hometown near Cleveland, while in high school.Through caddying, she was granted the Chick Evans Scholarship, a four-year tuition and housing college scholarship offered to students who have made a job of toting golf clubs.Once at Notre Dame, Wukie became a film, television and theater major and never thought she could become the school’s mascot until she was encouraged by a previous mascot to try out.“I was very skeptical about whether I should,” Wukie said. “A lot of my fear just came from regular old stage fright and I think being a woman was a little off-putting too because there hadn’t been a woman predecessor.”“I thought if I do all of this and don’t get it I’m going to be embarrassed because it’s a very public thing,” she added. “But I realized that if I wanted to do it, then all of that was worth it.”Wukie submitted her application and was chosen as a top-5 finalist.Her finals tryout consisted of performing in front of a mock pep rally, where she had to adapt, because all the uniforms were in men’s sizes. She was also interviewed by judges, where she said the topic of being a woman was discussed.“One of the [judges] said it never crossed her mind that a leprechaun could be female and she apologized because she said it should have,” Wukie recalled. “I told her not to apologize because I didn’t think of it either.”“It was one of those things where that’s how it’s always been and that’s how we always thought it would be, but here we are,” she said.Wukie found out last April that she was one of the three students chosen to be a leprechaun. She spent the summer preparing for the role, including figuring out how to make it her own.“We have done our best to keep the tradition but adapt it to me being female,” she said. “I still have a suit, but the pants are cuffed instead of cinched and both the coat and the vest are shorter so it’s more of how a women’s suit would look.”“I wear an ascot type scarf, but I can also wear the tie if I want, it’s my choice,” Wukie added.The Notre Dame leprechaun is one of the few collegiate mascots whose costume does not include a head piece. For many years, the leprechaun role came with gender and height requirements and required the ability to grow a beard, according to Delayna Herndon, a University of Notre Dame cheerleading coach.“So far the reaction to having a female portray the leprechaun has been overwhelmingly positive,” Herndon told GMA. “[Wukie] truly is a role model for so many young men and women wanting to strive for whatever they’re passionate about.”Wukie and her fellow mascots are considered student-athletes and train with the school’s cheerleading team. One mascot is chosen to cheer at Notre Dame football games, while all three, including Wukie, cheer on the school’s other sports teams, from soccer to volleyball and basketball.Wukie said her fellow students recognize her on campus and she has already experienced young girls running up to meet her and give her high fives. The reaction is a far cry from the controversy she feared as a barrier-breaker.“I think it’s something that’s natural with anything like this, when there’s a first, especially with gender, that something will come up,” she said. “Also being a woman of color, I feared there would be a lot of controversy, but I’ve heard only positive things both here and back home.”“I hope that having a female leprechaun continues as a tradition,” Wukie added. “I hope I won’t be the only one.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. September 5, 2019 /Sports News – National Notre Dame debuts first female leprechaun mascot in school’s 177-year historycenter_img Written bylast_img read more

Badgers Extend Win Streak to Five Straight; Down USUE, 80-66

first_img Brad James Tags: Snow Basketball February 13, 2020 /Sports News – Local Badgers Extend Win Streak to Five Straight; Down USUE, 80-66 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah- Freshman Matt Norman scored a game-high 24 points in helping to lead Snow College to an 80-66 victory over Utah State Eastern on Thursday. The win marked the Badgers fifth straight and their seventh in the past 10 games. The win also guaranteed Snow College the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Region XVIII Tournament.Norman connected on 9-of-13 attempts from the field, including 6-of-9 three-pointers. Brayden Johnson was credited with 11 points in the win, while Tredyn Christensen chipped in nine points.Snow College will close out its home schedule on Thursday, February 20 against Salt Lake C.C. Game time is slated for 7 p.m. in Ephraim. Written bylast_img read more

Average London couple unable to buy Starter Home until 2028

first_imgIt’s not good news for the ‘average couple,’ says JLL research. A couple in their twenties, with no savings, earning average London salaries of £28,130 will be unable to accrue a sufficient deposit to secure a mortgage for a £450,000 maximum price Starter Home in London until 2028.The same couple could buy a £250,000 maximum price Starter Home outside London by 2020, within the current Government’s five year parliament.JLL research shows that a couple of the same age both among the top 25 per cent of earners, with salaries of £35,784 and no savings, would need to save for only six years to purchase a top priced London Starter Home. This figure would be halved to three years for a Starter Home outside of London.Philip Wedge-Bernal (left), Residential Research EMEA Analyst at JLL, said, “The implementation of the Starter Home policy will go some way to addressing the ever growing disparity between house price and wage growth. This policy provides some short term stability, in the form of a capped upper limit, for prospective purchasers in a world of ever-moving goalposts.”“It is important to note that average would be home owners in London could purchase a Starter Home in its bordering markets by 2020, an option that could prove extremely alluring. Furthermore, JLL’s research focused on savers coming from a standing start, when in reality many aspiring homeowners will already have existing savings.”These opportunities will not be ubiquitous and many restrictions will apply to buyers gaining access to this scheme, but this forthcoming policy will help alleviate the financial burden of getting on the housing ladder for some.“As the Housing and Planning Bill was defeated in the House of Lords, significant pressure has now been placed on Government to get the bill through both houses in a timely manner, ahead of local elections and the EU referendum.“Peers supported two key amendments; the first would lengthen the tapering period and the second calls for councils to have a greater say in the number of starter homes are built in their area. Government’s reaction to this setback could be to lower their 200,000 Starter Homes target but ultimately, as things stand; the Conservatives will require greater flexibility with regards to their flagship housing policy to ensure it comes to fruition.”housing market mortgages JLL research London couple Starter Home Starter Homes June 6, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Average London couple unable to buy Starter Home until 2028 previous nextHousing MarketAverage London couple unable to buy Starter Home until 2028Says JLL in latest residential research findings.The Negotiator6th June 20160715 Viewslast_img read more

Purplebricks kicks off in US with 3D viewings

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Purplebricks kicks off in US with 3D viewings previous nextAgencies & PeoplePurplebricks kicks off in US with 3D viewingsCompany launches offering buyers sofa-side virtual viewings and cash inducement not to use a buying agent, and vendors a flat-fee of $3,200 to sell their home – with strings attached.Nigel Lewis18th September 201703,449 Views Purplebricks has officially launched in the US seven months after it raised £50m from the City to fund its expansion over the pond.As announced in June, Purplebricks’ US launch has kicked off in California beginning in Los Angeles before being rolled out across the state and later other key states and cities across the US.Its American team, which is led by CEO Eric Eckardt, has also revealed its fee structure, which has been adapted to fit the US way of selling properties. Agents charge vendors a 5-6% fee to sell their home and then give up to 3% of their fee to the buying agent who successfully introduces a purchaser.Purplebricks is to instead charge vendors in the US a flat fee of $3,200 to list their homes, although they will have to pay the buying agent’s fee when the property is sold. As in the UK, vendors will be able to delay the up-front listing payment by effectively taking out a loan to fund it.But buyers who purchase their properties through Purplebricks without using a buying agent will receive a cash payment of $1,000 when they buy the property, effectively inducing purchasers to cut out buying agents and ‘go direct’.3D viewingsOne unusual feature of the launch is that Purplebricks is partnering with US-based 3D virtual reality firm Matterport to create ‘virtual viewings’ of potential properties and that, if it proves a hit with US house hunters, will be rolled out across it Australian and UK operations.“Launching Purplebricks today in the US is the single biggest moment in the Company’s three-year history and a proud moment for me personally,” says Michael Bruce, Group CEO of Purplebricks (pictured above, in California).“It is testament to the quality and dedication of the team that we have achieved this ahead of schedule and expectations. We are excited about the opportunity, in this $70bn market, while mindful of the challenges.”The Purplebricks US team is bolstered by several people with UK backgrounds including CFO James Davies, who until recently worked at betting firm William Hill; CTO David Kavanagh who has worked at Tesco, DEFRA and BT; and Operations Director Andy Harris – who has worked at Jackson Stops and Countrywide. james davis Purplebricks Andy Harris David Kavanagh September 18, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Goss, King and Miller Add to Indiana’s Medal Haul at World Championships

first_img Goss, King and Miller Add to Indiana’s Medal Haul at World ChampionshipsWINDSOR, Ontario – The Indiana University swimming team added three more medals to its impressive haul this week at the 2016 Short Course World Championships in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.Heading in to the sixth and final day on Sunday, current, former and postgrad Indiana swimmers have combined for 11 medals – five gold, five silver and one bronze.IU junior Kennedy Goss earned a gold medal for Team Canada, swimming the third leg in a time of 1:54.62. Overall, Canada touched first in a time of 7:33.89 – over 10 seconds off the previous Canadian record and less than a second off the world record mark.In the final of the women’s 100 breaststroke, Lilly King touched the wall second to take silver with a time of 1:03.35. King made a late charge at world record holder Alia Atkinson, but came up just shy of her fourth gold medal of the event.In the men’s 200 medley relay, Indiana alum Cody Miller swam the breaststroke leg for Team USA, splitting a 25.68 to help the Americans win a silver medal. Later in the men’s 50 breaststroke semifinals, Miller qualified sixth overall for Sunday night’s final with an American record time of 26.15.Blake Pieroni was impressive in the men’s 100 freestyle, posting the best prelim (46.67) and the best semifinal time (46.70) to earn the top seed in Sunday night’s final.The 2016 Short Course World Championships will conclude on Sunday in Windsor, Ontario, with prelims beginning at 9:30 a.m. ET and finals beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.Be sure to keep up with all the latest news on the Indiana men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams on social media – Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.Women’s 800 Freestyle Relay1. Kennedy Goss – 1:54.62 (Team Canada – 7:33.89)Women’s 100 Breaststroke Final2. Lilly King – 1:03.35Men’s 200 Medley Relay2. Cody Miller – 25.68 (Team USA – 1:31.97)Men’s 100 Freestyle SemifinalsBlake Pieroni – 46.70 (46.67 in prelims)Men’s 50 Breaststroke SemifinalsCody Miller – 26.15 (26.34 in prelims)FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more