NEW DELHI: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the e-admit card for the examinations scheduled to be conducted from October 22 to 26. The candidates, who are to appear for the examinations can download their admit card through the region based official websites. The candidates need to visit the official website for downloading their admit card. The admit card can be downloaded through login only. After login, the candidate will find the link for downloading the admit card from the official page. The Computer Based Exam (CBT) for Railway Group D exam 2018 has started from September 17, 2018. The admit card is released for the examination dated from October 22-26. No exam will take place during Durga Puja period i.e., from October 17 to 21. It may also be noted that no exam will also be conducted during the Deepawali and Chhat Puja. The examination which could not be conducted on September 26 due to various reasons will now be conducted after December 14. Web address of the … [Read more...] about RRB Group D Admit Card for October 22-26 exams released, list of RRB websites
Comedian goes on the attack against the president after he insults his accuser's looks Tim Kenneally, provided by Published 10:36 am PDT, Tuesday, October 16, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Kathy Griffin Flips out on Trump Over Stormy Daniels ‘Horseface’ Dig: ‘F— You Mushroom D—‘ 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Kathy Griffin had four passionate words for Donald Trump on Tuesday — and they weren’t, “Great job, Mr. President!” “My Life on the D-List” alum Griffin — who caught heat last year after posing with what appeared to be the decapitated head of Trump — raged against the president via Twitter on Tuesday, declaring, “F— YOU MUSHROOM D—.” Read the full article on The Wrap … [Read more...] about Kathy Griffin Flips out on Trump Over Stormy Daniels ‘Horseface’ Dig: ‘F— You Mushroom D—‘
DOOMED tanks that were the key to winning D-Day have been revealed in stunning new underwater images. The war tanks sunk during Operation Smash - a huge training exercise held on a Dorset beach in April 1944, just weeks ahead of the Normandy landings. Six lives were lost during the drill - but a lesson was learnt so that, on D-Day, British and Canadian tanks were launched in shallow water. Nick Reed from The Isle of Purbeck Sub Aqua Club, which has launched a project to map the history of the seven sunken tanks, said the six soldiers lost did not die in vain. "Everybody says that Operation Smash was an absolute, complete disaster," said Nick. "Well, 32 tanks were launched and seven sank, so that means 25 got to shore in this exercise and from that the British learnt a lesson. "So when the British and Canadians launched their tanks on D-Day, they didn't launch theirs offshore because it was too rough. "Whereas the Americans launched theirs five kilometres offshore." The result of … [Read more...] about Fascinating new photos show sunken British tanks that were the key to winning D-Day
Marissa J. Lang, The Washington Post Published 5:34 pm PDT, Monday, October 15, 2018 WASHINGTON - On the final day that the National Park Service was accepting input on more than a dozen policy changes to alter how and where protests are conducted in the District, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., issued a warning to the federal agency: Reject the proposals - or else. If the proposals are approved, she said, Congress and the federal courts will work to dismantle them. Among the 14 proposals introduced in August is one that encourages the agency to look into requiring protest organizers to reimburse it for the support and security it provides during large demonstrations - the number of which has gone up significantly in recent years, officials said. Other proposals seek to limit how many demonstrators may gather on Park Service's land without a permit and in what areas protesters can congregate, including a suggestion that 20 feet of the 25-foot sidewalk beyond the … [Read more...] about Pressure builds over proposals to change how protests are done in Washington, D.C.
From “yes” to “no.” Kristine Phillips at the Washington Post has a piece on North Dakota’s Sen. Heidi Heitkamp switching her vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh after his tussle with Sen. Amy Klobuchar: “Heitkamp said she listened to Kavanaugh’s exchange with Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., who asked the judge whether he had ever been in a drunken blackout. Kavanaugh threw the question back, saying, “I don’t know. Have you?” to the senator.… Kavanaugh’s performance changed everything, Heitkamp said.” In other testy political news, WCCO has video of a debate between GOP state Rep. Duane Quam and DFL candidate Jamie Mahlberg in which Quam grabs the microphone from Mahlberg’s hand to rebut her statements: “The audience appeared unsettled, while Mahlberg also seemed surprised at Quam’s action. When Quam was done with his remarks, he threw the microphone back down in front of Mahlberg, drawing more shock … [Read more...] about N.D. senator changed Kavanaugh vote after nominee’s heated exchange with Klobuchar