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Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 26 Jan 2015 – Disgruntled PDMs and PNPs and PPPs are reportedly who will compile a slate of candidates of independents in time for the 2016 General Elections in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Explained initially on radio and then in a newspaper article featured in the Turks and Caicos Weekly News. The stunning headline reads: ‘Skippings is Back’ and the report allows the former People’s Democratic Movement Party leader and former Chief Minister to say that and I quote: “Our intention is to contest the election – we can do that as an independent group collectively and if it becomes necessary we will form a party.” The politician who gave up leadership of the PDM after an unsuccessful bid on the national ticket as an at large 2012 General Election candidate says the group will determine if he runs with intent on becoming Premier of the country. In the lead up to the last run off, Oswald Skippings dubbed himself a national politician and ran at large securing 2,902 votes and placing eighth of 12; not among the first five At Large candidates who would go on to become House of Assembly representatives. It begs the question, since the electorate so recently demonstrated insufficient support of his candidacy, what has given Oswald Skippings the confidence to return to the fray? The preacher and veteran politician told the publication: “I was called on and call out by a whole lot of people who are hurting…” His PDM party has issued no formal comment on this new development. Opposition Leader responds to Throne Speech 11 days later; says PDM Govt plan puts TCI in ‘deep doo doo’ Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Country Leaders condemn vicious memes Olive branch extended by Opposition Leader, says it is time for Turks and Caicos leaders to unite Related Items:general election, oswal skippings, Pdm, pnp, ppp Recommended for you
While praising the Air Force’s stationing process for new units and missions, the House Armed Services Committee lists the factors it believes the service should consider when making basing decisions for remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) units, according to language in the committee report accompanying the fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill.The Air Force should assess:the ability of a military installation and its associated or adjacent training areas to support the unit or mission;the capacity of a military installation to accommodate the unit or mission;the costs associated with the stationing, basing or laydown action; andencroachment and environmental considerations.“Further, the committee is supportive of basing criteria that leverage available Air Force infrastructure and existing quality of life and base support facilities, and pairs RPA units with related missions,” the committee states.More generally, the committee said it was supportive of the Air Force’s strategic basing process as it “provides a thorough, consistent and transparent process for basing decisions.”The committee approved the annual defense policy bill April 28. Dan Cohen AUTHOR
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Three instances of gold smuggling detected by Union Finance Ministry’s Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) in less than 30 days at Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru prove that the practice continues to be rampant.The latest incident comes from Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport where DRI officials found 45 gold bars worth Rs 1.65 crore taped to the seat of a 50-year-old passenger who had arrived by a Jet Airways flight from Abu Dhabi on Thursday. The seizure was based on a tip-off.The passenger, Abhdul Rauf from Kodagu, was a frequent flier to West Asia and it is suspected that he could be part of a larger gang.”The passenger was caught before he could exit the airport. Definitely, there seem to be some other people involved in the racket as the gold was left inside the aircraft. So, technically it was to be found by someone else from the ground staff baggage crew. We are investigating these aspects,” the Bengalore Mirror quoted DRI sources as saying.On October 17, two seizures were made by DRI in Chennai and Delhi. In Chennai, DRI sleuths arrested a passenger who had arrived from Abu Dhabi and two ground staff for smuggling gold worth Rs 35 lakh. The passenger had handed over the bag containing the contraband to the ground staff when DRI sleuths arrested them. The duo was under surveillance.On the same day, DRI seized 20.64 kg gold and Indian currency notes worth Rs 6.44 crore from a shop in old Delhi.Earlier, in September, DRI claimed to have busted a major gold smuggling racket that was involved in smuggling around 7,000 kg of gold worth more than Rs 2,000 crore over the last two-and-half years.The racket was busted after DRI authorities seized 10 kg gold at the domestic cargo terminal of Delhi airport on the intervening night of September 1 and 2, 2016.”The seized gold bars of 24 carat purity were admittedly smuggled into India through the Indo-Myanmar land borders and were brought to Delhi from Guwahati by a domestic flight. Market value of the total seized goods is around Rs. 3.1 crore,” the government had said in an official statement on September 19.Indo-Myanmar border areas in the states of Manipur (Moreh) and Mizoram (Zokhawthar) have become new hotbeds of gold smuggling, since it is difficult to patrol due to its porous nature, the government added.