TV star Ant McPartlin was fined £86k and banned from the road after pleading guilty to drink-driving - here's how the three-car crash led to the troubled presenter ending up in the dock The 42-year-old allegedly smashed into two other cars with his £26k Mini after ending up on the wrong side of a Richmond road. He had presented Saturday Night Takeaway less than 24 hours before he drove through south west London with his mum and dog. It is thought he initially lost control while driving at a roundabout on Sheen Lane. Witnesses said they saw the green Mini veer into traffic as it went round a sharp bend, before it crashed with a green Mini and a maroon BMW. A child, who was in the other Mini, was taken to hospital as a precaution, cops said. Footage showed the star emerging from his car looking shaken, as he was approached by bystanders. His Mini and two other cars were left damaged and covered in tarpaulin as police investigated. He was arrested after failing a breathalyser … [Read more...] about How Ant McPartlin’s ‘drink-drive’ crash unfolded – with star’s £26k Mini ending up on WRONG side of road
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A METEOTSUNAMI has struck the Spanish holiday islands of Majorca and Menorca causing widespread damage. But just what is this weather phenomenon and what causes them? We explain. What is a meteotsunami and when do they occur? Meteotsunamis are freak weather phenomenon that cause large, tsunami-like waves. They are triggered by disturbances in air pressure caused by fast-moving weather events, like thunderstorms, and are generated when rapid changes in barometric pressure cause the displacement of a body of water. Most tsunamis are geological, meaning they are triggered by vertical movement on the seabed, which can be caused by an earthquake or landslide. The difference with a meteotsunami is that they are created by the weather. A small, rapid change in atmospheric pressure – even by a few millibars – can change the sea surface elevation by a few centimetres. This elevation can go unnoticed in deep water, but in shallower water near shorelines, it can cause the sea level to … [Read more...] about What is a meteotsunami, how often do mini-tsunamis strike Majorca and Menorca and when do they occur?
Asad Umar reiterates mini-budget is a pro-poor, will impact only rich 0SHARES Share Tweet Email Recommended Stories Disgruntled Sindh opposition to give PPP a tough time in budget session todayPTI MPAs to present reports on civic facilities available in various districts across the province Govt draws flak for dropping 'inflation bomb'Opposition leader in NA says increase in gas tariff will prove detrimental for country's economy … [Read more...] about Mini-budget: Finance minister rebuts Shehbaz’s objections
Sep 25, 11:37 PM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Patrick Lee 09/25/19 AT 11:23 PM Swimmers wearing snorkels and gripping short, curved sticks dive to the bottom of a pool in Malaysia and charge at a puck as they compete in an energetic game of underwater hockey.Invented in the 1950s in Britain -- where it is known as "Octopush" -- to help divers keep fit during the winter months, the game has gained a small but dedicated following from Europe to Asia.This year the unusual discipline is set to debut at the Southeast Asian Games, the region's biennial mini-Olympics that attracts thousands of athletes.At the national aquatics centre in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, male and female players donned snorkels, flippers, caps and gloves ahead of a tough practice session.Underwater hockey is not for the faint-hearted -- players shoot around at high speed, swimming over one another and jostling as they try to hit … [Read more...] about Underwater Hockey To Make Waves At Southeast Asia Mini-Olympics
National Law University, Delhi (NLUD) established in 2008 by Act No.1 of 2008 of National Capital Territory of Delhi and with the initiative of High Court of Delhi, is a premier Law University established in India. The vision of the University is to create a Global Legal Institution which will compete with the best outside India and to prepare lawyers for a legal career that introduces them to wide range of opportunities in legal profession across the globe. The University is offering the five-year integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Programme from the year 2008 and the LL.M., Ph.D. and P.G. diploma programme from the year 2011.Date: September 11-13, 2017 About The Course:The University is organizing a 3-days mini-course on “Comparative Private International Law” by Professor Symeon C. Symeonides. This course will examine how different countries resolve certain conflicts between their respective laws and how they respond to some of the fundamental philosophical and … [Read more...] about NLUD: Mini-Course on “Comparative Private International Law”