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Embattled Cop back on duty as A Division Sub Divisional Officer

first_imgAlthough departmental charges were recommended against him after he was caught smuggling alcohol, Deputy Superintendent Motie Dookie has resumed full duties with acting Police Commissioner David Ramnarine defending the decision.The former Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) Unit Commander was busted back in December during a routine roadblock on the Corentyne, smuggling some 30 cases of Johnny Walker whisky into the country from neighbouring Suriname.He has since been removed as SWAT Commander and was temporarily posted at the Force’s Strategic Planning Unit doing a desk job. However, it was revealed that Dookie is now the Number Two Sub-Division Officer of A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara).In defending the move, Ramnarine explained that while all the processes available to the Force’s administration were adhered to regarding Dookie’s case, the organisation could not have afforded to keep the former SWAT boss confined toActing Top Cop David Ramnarine“four walls”, given that the hierarchy of the country’s premier law enforcement agency is suffering.The acting Top Cop pointed out that the Force has lost 15 senior officers in the past two and a half years to retirement, while about five to seven senior officers from the rank of Superintendent up are currently on lengthy outstanding annual vacation leave.On this note, he added that after the embattled Deputy Superintendent’s circumstances were reviewed, it was found that he has some 100-plus days of annual leave outstanding as well, hence a decision was taken to have him proceed on leave, which he agreed to.“He is entitled to due process, a part (of which) has been completed… Dookie being a Deputy Superintendent of Police, therefore, in the circumstances which the Force has to be superintended on a daily basis, couldn’t find himself anymore in four walls… And so on his return, he was sent to A Division to perform duties in uniform – general duties…,” Ramnarine stated.With regard to the smuggling case, the acting Police Commissioner told reporters during the press briefing that the Force’s administration has completed its work and departmental charges were recommended. That file has been sent to the Police Service Commission for further action. However, with the Service Commission not operational since the life of the body expired last year and a newDeputy Superintendent Motie Dookieone was yet to be appointed, no further action has been taken.“When the Service Commission is reconstituted, another course of action may follow which may necessarily see the matter, depending on the course of action taken by the new Service Commission, return to the Police Force,” Ramnarine stated.Dookie’s resumption of duties comes months after President David Granger told the Annual Police Officers’ Conference earlier this year that the practice of transferring and demoting rogue elements will not bring an end to the scourge of corruption within the Force.The Head of State’s comment at the time was in relation to Dookie’s temporary transfer to the Force’s Strategic Unit. He had said that corruption within the law enforcement agency could not be cured by ignoring it.“Dookie’s law teaches that if corruption is concealed, it will continue. Transferring a corrupt officer from one branch to another, or posting him from one Division to another, or promoting him, or demoting him from one rank to another, cannot guarantee he will change his wicked ways,” the President had stated.He went on to say that senior officers turning a blind eye to corruption put the lives of not only honest Police ranks on the line but those of the public as well.last_img read more


first_imgA 26 year old Newtowncunningham man has pleaded guilty dangerous driving causing the death of another man.Eunan McBrearty, of 58 Woodthorp, Newtowncunningham, appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court yesterday in connection with the death of Bobby Rodgers.He pleaded guilty to the charge which was connected to an incident in Murlog, Lifford on May 6th, 2012. The court was told that McBrearty had numerous previous convictions for relatively minor matters.Garda Sgt Jim Collins told the court that Gardai had no objection to McBrearty being released on bail.Judge Francis Comerford asked how will a requested probation report would benefit the court.He was told that it would help the court set a more appropriate sentence when it heard of McBrearty’s background.Judge Comerford agreed to a probation report, adjourned the case  and released McBrearty on his own bond of €500.MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO DANGEROUS DRIVING CAUSING DEATH was last modified: May 7th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Bobby rodgerscourtdangerous driving causing deathdonegalGardaiHunan McBreartyLiffordlast_img read more

How to Write a Programming Book

first_img7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Why You Love Online Quizzes klint finley Tags:#hack#How To Victor Noagbodji has written a long post on the subject of writing books for programmers. The article is based mostly on the advice of the legendary Brian Kernighan – coiner of the term Unix, original developer of “Hello World,” co-author of The C Programming Language and so much more.Although Noagbodji’s post is focused on writing entire book, those who write shorter works for programmers can probably stand to benefit from it as well.Here’s my best attempt at condensing the points down even more than Noagbodji did, but I suggest you read his article anyway:Write about what you care about, not what you think will sell.Use examples.Be concise. Noagbodji suggests 150-250 pages, but acknowledges that some good books are much longer.Cut the jargon and write for someone who doesn’t know much about the topicFind someone to give you constructive criticism.Any authors – or readers – out there with more to add?center_img Related Posts How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidlast_img read more

No One Can Hurt You as Much as You Can Hurt You

first_img Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Now The single greatest threat and the single greatest obstacle to your performance is you. It isn’t someone or something else.It’s Not Your BossIt isn’t your boss, your manager, or your supervisor. These people may be difficult, and they may have some challenging personality issues, but they have nowhere near the impact on your results as you do. How you handle the inconvenience of working with difficult people is 100 percent within your control.Your clients may be difficult, too. They can be unreasonably demanding, and they may also have prickly personalities. They too have little to do with your overall results and your success. How you engage with your clients, and how you use your pleasing personality and charm to manage your clients is a decision that is yours alone to make.Your Competitors Don’t Have an ImpactYour competitors have next to nothing to do with your results or your success. Sure, some of them may beat you for a deal by caving in on price. They may even occasionally bamboozle one of your clients and competitively displace you. In the big scheme of things, they have no impact. Whether you build a pipeline of opportunities that protects you from any and all threats is something that you can do regardless of your competitor’s actions.The Economy Isn’t The ReasonThe economy can be challenging, and from time to time they can be seriously challenging. How you respond to those challenges determine whether or not the downturn hurts you or whether it allows you to grow stronger.You get a single vote in the presidential election. You may not like the person who is elected, and you may spend time reading Facebook posts that confirm your bias (unhealthy behavior that you alone control). You will produce the results and have the success that you are determined to regardless what happens in the political arena.There is no benefit to believing that external factors and events can harm you when it comes to your personal and professional success. Most of these things have little to no impact. None of these things have near the impact of the decisions you make and the actions you take to make your goals a reality.No one can harm you as much as you can harm you.last_img read more

Uttar Pradesh plants 220 million trees in one day

first_imgMore than a million Indians planted 220 million trees on August 9, 2019 in Uttar Pradesh. It was part of a massive effort to tackle climate change and improve the environment.Students, lawmakers, officials and others planted dozens of species of saplings along roads, rail tracks and in forest lands.The trees include 16 fruit species, and will increase forest cover in the state.”We set the target of 220 million because Uttar Pradesh is home to 220 million people,” Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath said.last_img

Hockey: Successive defeats affected team’s confidence, says Michael Nobbs

first_imgIndia’s head coach Michael Nobbs admitted on Sunday that four successive defeats at London Olympics could have adversely affected the confidence of the team.After defeats to the Netherlands, New Zealand and Germany, India went down 1-4 to Korea, a team they had had success against in the recent past.”The performance so far has been very disappointing and unacceptable, but we need to remember that we haven’t been at this level for eight years. Maybe the first three games have taken their toll on ability to believe in ourselves,” the Australian told Mail Today after Sunday’s defeat.The coach was especially frustrated that his team could not capitalise on the chances they created against the Koreans before conceding three goals in the last 12 minutes.”We played well for the first 50 minutes and let ourselves down by not taking our chances.” Drag-flicker Sandeep Singh was expected to be one of India’s main weapons, but the occasion seemed to have got the better of him.”It looks like he may have succumbed to the pressure as up until this, he had an 82 per cent success rate and now some of his corners almost fail to make the goal line,” Nobbs said.last_img read more

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Cricket: Former Proteas off-spinner Hira Jairam passes away

first_imgAdvertisementImage courtesy: Crictrackr.comCricket South Africa announced the passing away of former off-spinner Hira Jairam. The ex-cricketer died at his home in Lenasia.The Transvaal native immigrated to South Africa as a young child in 1942 and lived in Johannesburg.Jairam was an off-spinner was a domestic cricketer having represented Zenith and HindsCricket Club. His finest moment came in a club match where he managed to pick up mindboggling figures of 7 for 2.Over the course of his career, Jairam played 8 first-class matches in which he managed to pick up 24 wickets at an average of 24.25.The CSA acting CEO Thabang Moore paid tribute to the deceased cricketer with a statement which read:“On behalf of the CSA Family, I extend our deepest condolences to his family, his friends, and his many cricketing colleagues,”Read Also:Cricket: Arjun Tendulkar sizzles with pace in Team India’s training ahead of England tourFootball : Inter Milan Complete The Signing Of Radja Nainggolan On A 4 Year Deal Advertisementlast_img read more

Former South Africa bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe handed eight-year ban for match-fixing

first_imgFormer Test bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe has been banned for eight years, taking to seven the number of South African players kicked out of the game for their part in a 2015 match-fixing scandal, Cricket South Africa said on Tuesday.The 33-year-old, who played in five Tests and 61 One-Day Internationals, was charged in April with contriving to fix or improperly influence matches in the South Africa domestic Twenty20 Series and seeking to accept, or agreeing to accept, a bribe.Tsotsobe admitted one charge of contriving to fix a match and nine separate charges of failing to co-operate properly with various investigations.”I was, at the time, in a very vulnerable financial state and this dilemma too easily persuaded me to participate in spot fixing,” he said in a statement.”There are no words to describe the regret I have in relation to my actions and I hope that the cricket world could consider my apology and understand my deepest feeling of remorse.”Gulam Bodi, Jean Symes, Pumi Matshikwe, Ethy Mbhalati, Thami Tsolekile and Alviro Petersen were previously banned for between two and 20 years for their part in the scandal, although CSA has long held that no matches were actually fixed.last_img read more

It was a beautiful, beautiful time: Virat Kohli on his meeting with Roger Federer

first_imgVirat Kohli fondly remembered his meeting with tennis legend Roger Federer, when he attended the Australian Open after India’s 2-1 one day international series win in the country.In an interview with BCCI, Kohli recalled his fanboy moment on meeting Federer, saying how the former not only remembered him but asked questions too.”Well amazing! I have met him a couple of times before as well and the fact he remembered was like wow,” Kohli told bcci.tv.”I mean he told me that he met me in Sydney a few years back when he played an exhibition game and I was like ‘wow he remembers me’ and I can’t explain that feeling to you, you know,” Kohli said.A Day i’ll never forget. Greatness on and off the court. @rogerfederer Absolute legend. pic.twitter.com/ezb09XaIwsVirat Kohli (@imVkohli) January 12, 2015″I have seen him play since I was a child and he is a great, great man, not just a great tennis player but a great human being as well,” Kohli added.Kohli also saw six-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic and 23-time Grand Slam title holder Serena Williams in action on the court.DO NOT MISS: @imVkohli speaks about his fondness for Kiwi land, the simple things he loves to do off the field and his memorable meeting with tennis legend @rogerfederer at the @AustralianOpenFull Video https://t.co/wnEBzUBkOJ pic.twitter.com/ueqrfAPPDxBCCI (@BCCI) January 26, 2019Kohli also said that not only was he asked questions by the tennis legend, he too quizzed Federer about his processes.advertisement”He kept asking questions and I was like ‘he is asking me questions’ and I could speak to him about mindset, how he prepares, what he thinks about his sport,” Kohli said.”It was just a beautiful, beautiful time,” Kohli added.On Saturday, Kohli led Team India to a comfortable 90-run win over New Zealand in the second ODI at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. The win was India’s highest-ever margin of victory against New Zealand in their country and also helped India take a 2-0 lead in the five-match ODI series.Also Read | Fearless cricket paid off, says Virat Kohli after India destroy New ZealandAlso Read | Feeling good: Rohit Sharma after match-winning knock vs New Zealand in 2nd ODIAlso Read | I will close my eyes and bowl wherever MS Dhoni wants me to: Kedar Jadhavlast_img read more