Related Items:#ArthurForbesaccusedofrape, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, August 9, 2017 – Providenciales – No plea was required of Labour Tribunal President Arthur Forbes when he was charged at court with three counts of rape. The shocking arrest and arraignment stems from a report made back on March 16, by a woman of Haiti who told media in her home country that Forbes had forced himself upon her more than once and that he allegedly used her dependency on a work permit to intimidate her.Police late yesterday confirmed that a 61 year old man of Provo was arrested, taken to court but was not required to enter a plea. Forbes who is considered an astute member of the community being involved in many civic organizations, sports development, a mentorship program and the judge at the labour court is out on bail and will return to court for a sufficiency hearing next month.Police say the man’s bail was set at $10,000.#MagneticMediaNews#ArthurForbesaccusedofrape Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
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Enlarge ImageChevrolet believes the 10-speed automatic could shave whole seconds off the car’s Nurburgring time. Chevrolet When Chevrolet first introduced the hard-core ZL1 1LE variant of its venerable Camaro, the only available transmission was a six-speed manual. Now, buyers have another option.Chevrolet announced on Tuesday that the 2019 Camaro ZL1 1LE will be available with either a six-speed manual transmission or a new 10-speed automatic. According to Chevrolet, this quick-shifting gearbox is more than a half-second faster around the automaker’s Milford Road Course than the manual variant. It’s a $1,595 option on top of the $7,500 1LE package, on top of the ZL1’s $64,195 window sticker.This isn’t just an off-the-rack transmission. Chevy calibrated its 10-speed specifically for the ZL1 1LE and its demanding, track-demolishing nature. Other components were adjusted for the new 10-speed, too, including the Multimatic suspension system and the limited-slip differential. The 10-speed ZL1 1LE also has a new transmission oil pan and an additional steering-gear cooling duct.Otherwise, it’s the same ZL1 1LE that debuted last year. Its 6.2-liter supercharged V8 still puts out 650 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, and the manual variant still offers active rev matching. Its unique wing produces 300 pounds of downforce at 150 miles per hour. It also rocks a set of dive planes (canards) on the front, because canards make everything better.One thing you might notice is that the ZL1 1LE sports the same face as it did before. Despite almost the entire Camaro lineup moving to a new exterior design for 2019, the ZL1 1LE keeps rockin’ the old body. This isn’t unheard of — Ford’s Mustang Shelby GT350 never upgraded to a new face when Ford updated the standard Mustang, and the GT500 — the one that debuted a fortnight ago — still has the pre-refresh face for some reason. 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 68 Photos More about 2019 Chevrolet Camaro Review • 2019 Chevy Camaro: Best taken at face value Preview • 2019 Chevy Camaro Turbo 1LE: Emphasizing poise over power Tags 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better More From Roadshow Post a comment 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is a serious track weapon Performance Cars Coupes Chevrolet Ford 0 Chevrolet 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Share your voice
Indian e-retailer Flipkart’s co-owners Sachin and Binny Bansal have been featured in the Forbes India list for the first time. Each of them have a net worth of $1.3 billion.The Bansals, who are both IIT-Delhi graduates, have been ranked Number 86 in the list that includes the names of 100 richest persons in India.How did they make it to the list?Bansals, who initially worked with Amazon.com, started their own company–Flipkart Online Services Private Limited–in October 2007. Initially, their services were limited only to books, but soon they expanded to 70 different categories.In 2012-2013, India’s largest e-commerce company reached an approximate revenue of $300 million (Rs 2,000 crore), Business Standard reported.In 2012, they started producing their own products under the brand name DigiFlip. It produces items such as tablets, electronic accessories and USBs. They also changed their business pattern such as same day delivery guarantee so as to earn more revenue.Between May 2014 and May 2015, Flipkart received funding of around $560 million from investors, including Dragoneer Investment Group and South African media group Naspers that also owns OLX.In February 2014, Flipkart claimed to have reached their targeted $1 billion sales mark before the stipulated time in 2015 as against their rivals Myntra and Snapdeal, who had also set a target of achieving $1 billion gross merchandise value (GMV) by 2015.Last year, Flipkart also launched MotoG phones on the e-business portal.In May last year, Flipkart announced that it had bought Myntra for $370 million. “Flipkart and Myntra are getting together to create one of the largest e-commerce stories in the country,” The Economic Times had quoted Sachin Bansal as saying then.In September this year, the e-retailer confirmed its valuation at $15.2 billion.
Assistant high commissioner of India in Chattogram Anindya Banerjee visits the 27th Chattogram International Trade Fair in Chattogram on Saturday, 23 March, 2019. Photo: UNB Assistant high commissioner of India in Chattogram Anindya Banerjee on Saturday said around 145,000 Bangladeshi nationals visited India last year on tourism, medical and business purposes, reports UNB. At a press briefing at the assistant high commission’s stall of the ongoing 27th Chattogram International Trade Fair, he also said Indian visa application centres have been opened in Brahmanbaria, Cumilla and Noakhali too to facilitate easy access to Indian visas.Anindya said more Bangladeshi people are getting interested to make foreign trips following Bangladesh’s economic advancement and enhancement of their living standard. “India is an ideal place for visit at a cheaper cost,” he said.Chittagong Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Mahbubul Alam, its vice-president Syed Zaman Ahmed and directors Mostafa Chowdhury, Zahirul Islam Chowdhury and Anjan Shekhar Das were present.Mentioning that India always provides assistance to Bangladesh as its true and trusted friend, Mahbubul expressed the hope that it will participate in the fair as a partner country in the future and sought assistant high commission’s cooperation in this regard.
High-CourtThe High Court on Monday expressed discontent as Dhaka Water Supply & Sewerage Authority (DWASA) authorities failed to submit a report after examining its water supplied to different areas, reports UNB.The HC bench of justice JBM Hassan and justice Md KhairulAlam also asked the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (LGRD) to submit a report within 15 May after fixing the expenditure to be required for examining water supplied by DWASA.The HC bench passed the order following hearing on a writ petition in this regard.Lawyer Tanvir Ahmed stood for the petitioner while deputy attorney general Motahar Hossain Saju represented the state.DWASA was scheduled to submit report on Monday after examining water of different areas but it didn’t submit the report saying that it requires huge money to test water.The HC said there are 11 zones of DWASA and if DWASA wants it can examine water after collecting two bottles of water from each zone but the local government ministry is not paying any heed to the HC order.On 8 May, the High Court ordered the authorities concerned to prepare a list of the areas receiving highly contaminated water supplied by Dhaka WASA.On 11 October, 2018, the World Bank published a report which says over 75 million people of the country drink unsafe water as 41 per cent sources of water contains harmful bacteria. The report also said 13 per cent water contains arsenic.The World Bank report said about 80 per cent water supplied through pipeline contains harmful bacteria.Tanvir Ahmed filed a writ following media reports published on the World Bank observations.On 6 November, 2018, the High Court ordered the authorities concerned to form a five-member committee for examining the Dhaka WASA water.