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TOWN OF FENTON (WBNG) — New York State Police say a suspect has been arrested in connection to a shooting on Standish Avenue in the town of Fenton on Saturday. Authorities charged 73-year-old Darrel M. Rich for assault in the 1st degree, a felony. They say a 58-year-old woman was shot and transported to Wilson Hospital. Rich was processed and transported to Broome County Central Arraignment and Processing. New York State Police Binghamton, Broome County Sheriff’s and Port Dickinson Police Department responded. Details about the 58-year-old’s injuries and the nature of the incident were not released. State Police say the shooting remain under investigation. read more
The Christian Institute 3 April 2014Fresh pressure to ban parents from smacking their children has been rejected for now by the Welsh Government.A new campaign group of Welsh academics says the prohibition should be enforced quickly, and that only a small change is needed.However the Government says “extensive consultation” would be required before any such move is made.ExamineCritics of a ban on smacking say such a move would criminalise loving parents simply seeking to discipline their children.In February an amendment to ban smacking was rejected by Welsh Assembly Members, as they debated the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill.At the time Deputy Minister Gwenda Thomas signalled there would be opportunities to “examine this issue” before the 2016 election.http://www.christian.org.uk/news/smacking-welsh-govt-rejects-call-for-swift-ban/ read more
(REUTERS)-Seamer Mustafizur Rahman and spinner Shakib Al Hasan picked up three wickets apiece to help Bangladesh reduce Sri Lanka to 268-8 in their second innings for a lead of 139 on the fourth day of the second test on Saturday.The hosts, who conceded a first-innings lead of 129, appeared to be in big trouble in their second essay despite opener Dimuth Karunaratne’s fine 126, his fifth Test hundred.Sri Lanka were reduced to 190-6 at one point but fought back with useful partnerships from the lower order to boost their hopes of a 2-0 win in the two-match series.Dilruwan Perera was unbeaten on 26 with Suranga Lakmal 16 not out and the pair have already added 30 for the ninth wicket to dampen Bangladesh’s hopes of a maiden win against Sri Lanka in their 100th test.Off-spinner Mehedi Hasan struck with his first ball of the day to dismiss Upul Tharanga for 26 and break Sri Lanka’s flourishing opening partnership after they had resumed on 54-0.Karunaratne and Kusal Mendis (36) added 86 for the second wicket as Sri Lanka stayed on course to set Bangladesh a challenging target to chase on the final day.Mustafizur and Shakib brought Bangladesh back into the match by inducing a mini collapse which saw the hosts reduced from 143-1 to 190-6.Karunaratne and Perera then added 27 for the seventh wicket before the former became Shakib’s (3-61) third scalp of the innings.SRI LANKA 1st innings 338 (D. Chandimal 138)Bangladesh 1st innings 467 (S. Al Hasan 116, M. Hossain 75, S. Sarkar 61, M. Rahim 52; R. Herath 4-82, L. Sandakan 4-140)Sri Lanka 2nd innings (Overnight: 54-0)D. Karunaratne c Sarkar b Al Hasan 126U. Tharanga b M. Hasan 26K. Mendis c Rahim b M. Rahman 36D. Chandimal c Rahim b M. Rahman 5A. Gunaratne lbw b Al Hasan 7D. de Silva c Rahim b M. Rahman 0N. Dickwella c Rahim b Al Hasan 5D. Perera not out 26R. Herath lbw b T. Islam 9S. Lakmal not out 16Extras (b-4 lb-7 w-1) 12Total (for 8 wickets, 100 overs) 268Fall of wickets: 1-57 U. Tharanga,2-143 K. Mendis,3-165 D. Chandimal,4-176 A. Gunaratne,5-177 D. de Silva,6-190 N. Dickwella,7-217 D. Karunaratne,8-238 R. HerathTo bat: L. SandakanBowling: S. Roy 16 – 4 – 36 – 0(w-1),M. Hasan 22 – 0 – 67 – 1M. Rahman 19 – 3 – 52 – 3,S. Al Hasan 30 – 8 – 61 – 3,Mosa. Hossain 3 – 0 – 10 – 0, T. Islam 10 – 1 – 31 – 1. read more