the SDM denied any manhandling.
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In eastern suburbs,There was need of bringing reforms in IHF rather than forming a new hockey body, he said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | New Delhi | Published: November 9 2017 7:57 pm A view of the Hospital Delmenhorst is seen in Oldenburg nothern Germany on August 28 this year The German male nurse was jailed for life two years ago for killing two patients with lethal drug overdoses AFP PHOTO Top News German prosecutors say they believe a nurse who is serving a life sentence for two murders may have killed more than 100 patients news agency AP reported on Thursday Prosecutors and police in Oldenburg said on Thursday that they have now completed examinations of patients who died in Niels Hoegel’s time as a nurse at two local hospitals and have found a further 16 cases in which he is suspected In late August they said they had determined that he might have killed at least another 84 patients beyond the ones for whose murder he is already serving time Prosecutors have already said that they expect to bring more charges by early 2018 against Hoegel who gave patients overdoses of heart medication and other drugs because he enjoyed the feeling of being able to resuscitate them For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: September 30 2017 2:43 pm The jury heard testimony about how forensic technicians in Afghanistan recovered 18 of Farekh’s fingerprints on packing tape used to bind the detonators on the unexploded bomb (Representational) Related News A UScitizen who joined al-Qaida was convicted on Friday of participating in a failed suicide bombing in 2009 at an American military base in Afghanistan A federal jury in New York reached the verdict in the case against Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh who’s originally from Houston Farekh’s case drew extra attention because of reports that American officials had initially debated whether to try to kill him in a drone strike a step almost never taken against US citizens President Barack Obama’s administration ultimately decided to try for a capture and civilian prosecution instead Farekh was captured in Pakistan and brought to the US in 2015 “Today an American al-Qaeda member was brought to justice in a US courtroom” said Bridget Rohde the acting US attorney for the Eastern District of New York using an alternate spelling for the militant group’s name She said Farekh faces the possibility of life in prison for “his efforts to murder Americans and his commitment to one of the world’s most infamous terrorist organizations” There was no immediate response from Farekh’s lawyer Sean Maher He had argued the forensic evidence was too weak to convict Farekh calling fingerprint experts’ testimony “junk science” in a closing argument Most of the charges against Farekh stem from an attack at Forward Operating Base Chapman in Khost City Afghanistan on Jan 19 2009 The attackers drove two vehicles rigged with explosives An initial blast injured several Afghans including a pregnant woman but a much larger bomb failed to go off sparing the lives of American soldiers The jury heard testimony about how forensic technicians in Afghanistan recovered 18 of Farekh’s fingerprints on packing tape used to bind the detonators on the unexploded bomb Farekh was convicted of conspiring to murder US nationals conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction conspiracy to bomb a government facility and conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists During the trial the jury also heard testimony from Zarein Ahmedzay one of three men convicted in a thwarted plot to bomb New York’s subway system Ahmedzay told jurors he was trained by an al-Qaida operative identified by prosecutors as a co-conspirator of Farekh’s who traveled with him from Canada to Pakistan in 2007 Deliberations were briefly interrupted when the judge learned the defendant’s father had encountered four jurors in an elevator and complained to them that he’d been denied direct contact with him The judge decided to replace the jurors with three alternates and ordered the deliberations to continue with a panel of 11 instead of the usual 12 For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sharvari Patwa | Mumbai | Published: August 12 2010 2:47 am Related News In an attempt to keep city beaches clean and curb flow of garbage into the seathe Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will install flood screens at all sewerage outfalls To arrest the solid waste flowing into the seawe are planning to install flood screens at the entry points of creeks? joint-secretary Hockey India (HI) said the addition of the Pune team was a boost for the league as well as hockey in Maharashtra.
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the SDM denied any manhandling.