0 Comments Peter Robinson: 'I never fought with Martin McGuinness and if he'd been healthy things could have been different' BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Former First Minister Peter Robinson has said that he and former Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness never had a severe falling out with each other when they worked in government together. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/peter-robinson-i-never-fought-with-martin-mcguinness-and-if-hed-been-healthy-things-could-have-been-different-36800075.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article35966956.ece/685d8/AUTOCROP/h342/2017-07-26_new_33175336_I1.JPG Email Former First Minister Peter Robinson has said that he and former Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness never had a severe falling out with each other when they worked in government together. The former DUP leader also said that he believed things may have been different had Mr McGuinness not been in ill-health when he resigned … [Read more...] about Peter Robinson: ‘I never fought with Martin McGuinness and if he’d been healthy things could have been different’
President Donald Trump on Friday praised the results of the historic meeting between the leaders of South and North Korea after the hostile nations agreed to end war and pursue "complete denuclearization." "Good things are happening," he wrote on Twitter, adding words of caution, "but only time will tell." After a furious year of missile launches and Nuclear testing, a historic meeting between North and South Korea is now taking place. Good things are happening, but only time will tell! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 27, 2018 He followed up less than 15 minutes later with another tweet that sounded an even more optimistic note: "KOREAN WAR TO END!" KOREAN WAR TO END! The United States, and all of its GREAT people, should be very proud of what is now taking place in Korea! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 27, 2018 … [Read more...] about Trump Praises Korean Agreement: ‘Good Things Are Happening’
The market for the Internet of Things (IoT) has been slowly developing over the years, and now includes connected devices and automated systems for everything from agricultural equipment to autonomous vehicles. But since the IoT isn't a single tech product, it can be difficult for investors to understand how it's benefiting tech companies, and what the potential is for this growing market. So to give some perspective on the IoT, here are a few important facts that investors should know about this fast-growing tech trend. Millions of autonomous vehicles will be on the road in the coming decades IHS Markit estimates that more than 33 million autonomous vehicles (AVs) will be sold annually in 2040. Right now that might seem like a long way off, but lots of progress is currently being made in the AV space that will help make this possible. For example, NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) is already on the third iteration of its autonomous-vehicle platform called Pegasus, which will enable full autonomy … [Read more...] about These jaw-dropping facts will change your mind about the Internet of Things
43 years ago on this very date, 13 eminent judges of the Supreme Court assembled to pronounce the judgment on retirement day for Chief Justice Sikri in Keshvananda Bharati after having heard legal luminaries like Palkhivala, Daphtary, Chagla, Seervai, & Niren De among others for 68 days (or 66 days as few contend). All 13 judges pronounced their separate judgments. By a majority of 7:6, or if I may say so, 6.7:6.3, it was held that that Parliament could amend any part of the Constitution so long as it did not alter or amend “the basic structure or essential features of the Constitution.”Ever since Independence, Judiciary and Parliament have had conflicts over guardianship of the Constitution. Kesavananda Bharati was the culmination of this conflict. In 1967, the Supreme Court, in Golak Nath held that Parliament could not amend or alter any fundamental right. Two years later, Indira Gandhi nationalised 14 major banks which was struck down by the Supreme Court, although … [Read more...] about Seven interesting things about Keshvananda Bharati case – The legend lives on!
Back in the day, a schoolyard bully was a student’s worst nightmare. Now, it’s cyberbullies that teens fear the most.Not only can cyberbullies remain anonymous, but they can strike at all hours of the day and night. With just a few keystrokes, they can threaten, taunt, harass and humiliate their target, causing severe emotional distress that, in some instances, has even led to suicide. According to the Center for Disease Control, suicide is the second leading cause of death for American teenagers and young adults. In the past, there was little law enforcement and school districts in Texas could do to deter cyberbullying. That’s about to change. Come September 1, student cyberbullying will officially be illegal in Texas and school districts will have more power to intervene in cyberbullying cases.Here’s what every parent, student, educator and lawyer needs to know about the new cyberbullying law in Texas. 1. The new law is referred to as “David’s … [Read more...] about Nine Things You Need to Know about Texas’ New Cyberbullying Law