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Preliminary post-mortem of Dinesh Schaffter completed

COLOMBO (News 1st); Judicial Medical Officer at the Karapitiya Teaching Hospital Rohan T.

Ruwanpura said that the preliminary post-mortem examination of businessman Dinesh Schaffter was completed.The Judicial Medical Officer told News 1st that further examinations on the body are underway.He added that it would take over two months to issue a final report of the post-mortem.He said that the report of the preliminary post-mortem examination will be handed over to the Police.The body of Dinesh Schaffter was exhumed under judicial supervision on Thursday (25) based on the request made to the court by the Committee of Medical Experts appointed to investigate the death of the late businessman.

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Lori Vallow - Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger arraignment: What to expect - - county Bryan - state Idaho - city Boise - city Moscow, state Idaho
Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger arraignment: What to expect
MOSCOW, Idaho - Bryan Kohberger, the 28-year-old criminology buff accused of ambushing sleeping college students with a large knife in November, is expected to be arraigned Monday morning on murder and other charges.And if he finally enters a plea, it would trigger a countdown – giving prosecutors two months to officially announce that they are seeking the death penalty in connection with the ambush slayings of Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen, both 21, as well as Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, 20."Upon entry of plea, the most morbid of all clocks starts ticking – the prosecuting attorney has 60 days to file, in writing, a notice of intent to seek the death penalty," said Edwina Elcox, a prominent Boise-based defense attorney who previously represented "cult mom" Lori Vallow.There are several potential outcomes – although experts say surprises are always possible:Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, along with the women's two other roommates in Kaylee Goncalves' final Instagram post, shared the day before the slayings. (@kayleegoncalves/Instagram) Possible scenarios in court Monday:A guilty plea would be highly unlikely given Kohberger's defense team just added the high-powered Elisa Massoth, according to Elcox.Massoth once attended the same college as the four victims, is certified to defend death penalty cases and boasts of being "one of the top criminal defense lawyers in Idaho."One of her previous cases includes the overturning of a conviction for a man accused of attempted murder and kidnapping.
Beata Zawrzel - A proposed $5 billion man-made ‘moon’ could be Dubai’s next big thing - - Russia - city Moscow - Uae - Ukraine - city Dubai, Uae
A proposed $5 billion man-made ‘moon’ could be Dubai’s next big thing
A view of Dubai downtown in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on November 21, 2022. (Beata Zawrzel/NurPhoto via Getty Images) DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Who says you cannot reach for the moon? A proposed $5 billion real estate project wants to take skyscraper-studded Dubai to new heights — by bringing a symbol of the heavens down to Earth.Canadian entrepreneur Michael Henderson envisions building a 274-meter (900-foot) replica of the moon atop a 30-meter (100-foot) building in Dubai, already home to the world's tallest building and other architectural wonders.Henderson's project, dubbed MOON, may sound out of this world, but it could easily fit in this futuristic city-state. Dubai already has a red-hot real estate market, fueled by the wealthy who fled restrictions imposed in their home countries during the coronavirus pandemic and Russians seeking refuge amid Moscow’s war on Ukraine.And even though a previous booms-and-bust cycle saw many grand projects collapse, Henderson and others suggest his vision, funded by Moon World Resorts Inc., where he is the co-founder, might not be that far-fetched."We have the biggest ‘brand’ in the world," Henderson told The Associated Press, alluding that the moon itself — the heavenly body — was his brand.
Sri Lanka’s first nuclear power plant could be built by 2032 - - Sri Lanka - Russia - Saudi Arabia
Sri Lanka’s first nuclear power plant could be built by 2032
The Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board stated in the Sectoral Oversight Committee on Energy and Transport that if all activities go as planned, the first nuclear power plant can be built in Sri Lanka by 2032 with Russian technical support.This fact came to light when the Sectoral Oversight Committee on Energy and Transport met in Parliament recently (09) to discuss the current status and future activities of the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board. The committee was chaired by the Member of Parliament Nalaka Bandara Kottegoda.There was a discussion in length in the committee regarding the production of skilled professionals in the field of welding and related technology in Sri Lanka.The members of the committee pointed out that there is a great demand for experts in this field in industrialized countries including Korea and the need for a formal mechanism to produce skilled workers with formal certificates in the said field.Officials mentioned that the training and certification system for those who already have professional experience in this sector and those who are new entrants in the field is conducted at the training center run by the board. However, since there is no proper awareness among the people about this training, the committee advised to prepare a plan and take steps to make awareness and involve more young people.It was also discussed that Saudi Arabia hopes to get preserved coconut coir from Sri Lanka for the project of planting 10 billion trees in Saudi Arabia. Chairman of the Committee MP Nalaka Bandara Kottegoda mentioned that the country can get a large amount of foreign exchange by providing facilities for the said process of sterilization.
Alabama baseball betting scandal: What you need to know - - Usa - state Ohio - county Park - state Louisiana - state Alabama - county Holt - city Baton Rouge
Alabama baseball betting scandal: What you need to know
BATON ROUGE, LA - MAY 12: Alabama Crimson Tide infielder John Trousdale (2) scores a run during a game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the LSU Tigers on May 12, 2018, at Alex Box Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA. (Photo by John Korduner/Icon Sportswir Alabama fired its baseball coach this week amid an investigation into suspicious bets involving a Crimson Tide game at LSU.The school did not give details about why Brad Bohannon was let go, saying only that he violated "the standards, duties, and responsibilities expected of university employees."This appears to be the first major gambling scandal in college sports since a Supreme Court decision five years ago paved the way for states to legalize wagering on sporting events.How were potential improprieties spotted? And what have schools and conferences been doing to safeguard competition since legal sports betting has become widespread in the United States?Alabama lost 8-6 at top-ranked LSU on April 28 in a game in which the Crimson Tide's top starting pitcher was a late scratch with an injury.A Louisiana gambling official who received a report from an sports integrity monitor said two bets were placed in Ohio at a sportsbook located in the Cincinnati Reds stadium, Great American Ball Park.Matthew Holt, the president of U.S.
Ali Sabry - Will domestic debt restructuring put the EPF at risk? - - Usa - Sri Lanka
Will domestic debt restructuring put the EPF at risk?
COLOMBO (News 1st); Experts opine that a great deal of attention needs to be given to pension funds like the Employees' Provident Fund if any action is being taken concerning domestic debt, when implementing the agreements reached with the International Monetary Fund.They point out that if a large amount of the debt obtained from the EPF is slashed in the process of restructuring domestic debt, it would negatively impact the beneficiaries. A week ago, Sri Lanka's President told Parliament that the island nation's total debt was 83.6 billion US dollars, with foreign debt at 41.5 billion US dollars and domestic debt at 42.1 billion US dollars.On the 12th of April 2022, the Central Bank Governor and the Finance Secretary speaking to reporters said that Sri Lanka will temporarily suspend foreign debt payments to avoid a hard default.It's been over a year since Sri Lanka decided to suspend  foreign debt payments.According to the program implemented by Sri Lanka in collaboration with the International Monetary Fund, the ability to repay debt has become a key condition for restabilizing the country's economy.For that, it is expected that a significant part of the total amount of debt taken by Sri Lanka will be slashed, while a concessionary program will be introduced to for the repayment of another portion of debt,Foreign Minister Ali Sabry, PC said Sri Lanka hopes to reduce the debt obligation by USD 14 Billion.The necessary measures that will be taken, with regard to foreign debt, are still in the discussion stage.In the meantime, the government has now focused its attention towards domestic debt.According to the Governor of the Central Bank, domestic debt optimization is expected and the necessary measures that are required,