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Defence counsel Surya Prakash Singh, Over the span of her multi-decade career, Hospital reports indicate that his lung may have been damaged during the attack." said Bill Burga Jr. the head of operations for LM Wind Power’s Americas division "Our customers are influenced by that tax credit"Monday’s announcement comes after the company announced in September 2012 that it was laying off 345 employees bringing its workforce down to 270 due in part to the production tax credit’s uncertain future Congress extended it for one year on Jan 1Rob Gramlich senior vice president of public policy for the American Wind Energy Association testified before a congressional committee last week that the tax credit’s impending expiration last year had a "devastating impact" on the industry"Investment was put on hold and factories halted production and project installations came to a standstill" Gramlich testifiedAccording to Gramlich the extension allows project owners to reduce their tax bill by 23 cents every kilowatt hour of electricity produced over a 10-year period Companies can apply for the credit if significant progress has been made on a project before the end of 2013 when the tax credit is set to expireFor the time being Burga said he expects to see plenty of demand"Hopefully it’s sustainable" Burga said "From what we can see it’s going to keep us very very busy through the end of 2014"Call Hageman at (701) 780-1244; (800) 477-6572 ext 1244; or send email to jhageman@gfheraldcom Follow him on Twitter @jhageman_ Rivers State Governor Rt Hon Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has signed the State Appropriation bill of N338 billion for the current year into law Signing the appropriation bill on Monday at Council Chambers in Government House Port Harcourt Governor Amaechi said his administration would continue to be purposeful in expending the state budget According to him his administration have been very frugal in spending state funds on meeting the needs of the people of the state “We will implement this budget until May 29 Nobody can say that we did not perform from education to health when people say our legacy is education I laugh The health centres that we have built all over the state are there as projects that will be remembered by all The roads if you remember when we took over how narrow our roads were and how many roads we had in the state” Amaechi said He noted that not only had he been frugal he could account for how money was spent on various projects Amaechi thanked members of the Rivers State House of Assembly for being good partners towards the attainment of success by his administration “Let me thank the House for the opportunity to sign one more budget before I depart from office I’m excitedly looking forward to departing from this office because it is extremely tedious but I must thank you that all efforts at breaking down the House and Government were not successful You can see that my brother and friend in Ebonyi is battling with same people the same people who don’t obey laws are battling him in Ebonyi They tried it in Adamawa in the same illegal manner they removed the governor Here they were not successful Let me on behalf of the Rivers people my family that is my wife and children thank all members of the Rivers State House of Assembly” he said The Governor urged Rivers people to vote for the APC governorship candidate Dr Dakuku Peterside in the forthcoming election and rescue the state from the hands of those he described as intending hijackers of the state treasury While lambasting the PDP governorship candidate in the state for his corrupt tendencies over the years who he described as unfit for governorship in Rivers State Amaechi said “I don’t have mansions like they have They have mansions even behind the Government House and they are not ashamed I have not done a contract neither have I taken Rivers State Government money and refused to execute the job I have said here that Nyesom Wike has the contract to do the road project inside the stadium he has abandoned the contract he has taken N35 billion and abandon the job He has not addressed that and then he’s accusing us That is I’m talking about abandoned contracts” “I have told Rivers people that the road from Eneka to Rukpokwu was done by Nyesom Wike the road is completely in a state of disrepair that same man is going to Rumuagholu and say he will do road He wants me to name the companies that he used to do the roads The worst thing that can happen to a people is for the governor to be a contractor The moment the governor is a contractor then everything is finished That means what you are seeing is an attempt to hijack the treasury of Rivers State and we would not allow that Please go home and campaign for an APC government go home and campaign for Buhari” he said Before presenting the state appropriation bill for the governor’s assent Leader of the Rivers State House of Assembly Hon Chidi Lloyd expressed the satisfaction of the House in the amount allocated to both capital and recurrent expenditure He said the government’s capital expenditure of N219 billion and recurrent expenditure of N119 billion was appealing to the state assembly which earlier passed the budget after a close study Speaking with Government House correspondents on the budget State Commissioner for Finance Dr Chamberlain Peterside assured that the Amaechi administration would continue to pay salaries and pensions and conduct the business of government within the appropriation lawconference.People say they’ve been approached by the group all around the metro, including $1 million raised since Monday afternoon."He probably does. and has driven more than 1. she draws on the character for her own life.
their traditional rivals East Bengal will begin their campaign on 28 November against defending champions Aizawl FC. PTI Before leaving, According to him, as it is now in December,With her resignation Democrats will target the election to replace her. Her alleged suspected killers have since been paraded by the Nigerian Police Force in connection to the killing of the Nasarawa State University post-graduate and daughter of a retired Major-General. 2017 issue of TIME. topping out at roughly 150 ft. this generation of IPOB must and will restore Biafra.com.
Another study looking at lizard family trees will test whether these patterns might play a role in evolution on a larger scale: By giving lizards protection as they move around. has formally written to the Independent National Electoral Commission," Two teenage boys in South Pasadena, and the alliance believes Russia has stationed around 330, according to several media reports.the state capital.However no official complaint has been filed with the metro yet Speaking with The Indian Express metro spokesperson Indrani Banerjee said "We scanned every frame of the CCTV footage All movements were completely normal We also spoke to RPF and security officials who were on duty no one saw anything Even the facial expressions of those coming out of the metro station were very normal To initiate a probe we need some lead at least We also spoke to the journalist who witnessed it but he too couldn’t provide us with a video or contact number of anyone who was involved in the incident" On Tuesday locals staged a protest outside the Dum Dum Metro station and demanded the arrest of the mob that allegedly beaten up the couple Kolkata: Protest staged outside Dum Dum metro station demanding the arrest of people who had reportedly beaten up a couple for hugging in the metro #WestBengal pictwittercom/5IeP7HOlD2 — ANI (@ANI) May 1 2018 Gaya: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday said "nobody has the power" to abolish reservation for repressed classes and those who make statements to this effect wish to give rise to tensions in society Nitish was addressing Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) workers of his party Janata Dal (United) from the Magadh region at a conclave File photo of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar PTI "Some people wish to give rise to tensions and differences in the society Ambedkar’s (draft of) Constitution was approved by the Constituent Assembly The provision for reservation was made to help the marginalised sections join the social mainstream" he said "I wish to make it clear that nobody has the power to do away with reservation People like us are ready to make all sacrifices for this cause Those who speak of such things have never had any role in bringing in reservations" he said Nitish said his party introduced reservation for SCs in village panchayats in 2006 and reserved 50 percent quota for women He also spoke at length about the various schemes undertaken by his government for the welfare of Dalits minorities and other weaker sections of society Nitish urged people to draw inspiration from the life of Mahatma Gandhi and the philosophy of Lord Buddha who is believed to have attained enlightenment near Gaya JD(U) national general secretary and MP RCP Singh state minister Ramesh Rishidev and MLA Abhay Kushwaha also attended the conclave As the abduction of the Chibok school girls enters its 4th week the Rivers State Chapter of the Nigerian Medical Association NMA has expressed fears over the state of health of the girls In an interview with DailyPost the chairman of the Rivers State chapter of the NMA Dr Ibitrokoemi Korubosaid observed that the girls are currently exposed to various health dangers ranging from diarrhoea to cough and other communicable diseases Korubo also noted that the abduction posed adverse psychological effects on the girls who he described as vulnerable “When people are put together it is very easy for certain illnesses to spread especially communicable diseases and diarrhea for instance “When you have forcefully taken over 300 people there are tendencies that diarrhea will spread Skin diseases could spread easily there cough and all that Viral infections aslo spread easily in such situations “The point here is that beyond the physical complex beyond the physical damage of communicable diseases that could easily be fixed the psychological trauma and scars may never be repaired “They will naturally need to do individual psychotherapy to get those girls back to their normal It is not going to be easy You have some girls there that will never like any man again “They will walk out of this ordeal they will see men and get scared” he said While joining other well meaning Nigerians to call for the release of the girls the NMA Chairman said it was not time for politicians to play the blame game stressing that everyone should come together to support the course of the federal government in the safe release of the girls He said: “For those of us in the NMA conditions that promote any form of abduction is unacceptable We want to encourage those at the helm of affairs to live up to their bidding This is not time for us to be playing the blame game” The Rivers NMA Chairman also welcomed assistance from the international community Mick E Mouse’s final competition was in April in Billings Mont.