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Day: October 31, 2016

Special tips: How to make your body stronger
ENGLISH, Life Style

Special tips: How to make your body stronger

      Stay committed to the gym and constantly fine-tune your workouts, and you're sure to be significantly stronger in a few weeks. But damn it, sometimes that's just not soon enough like when you're meeting your buddies at the gym in an hour, and you want to make sure you smoke them on the bench press. Behold, our best tips to get immediately stronger: 1. Work up to your heaviest weight instead of using a pyramid. Do several warm-up sets with low reps that prepare you to lift your heaviest on your last few sets. That way, you'll have energy for those sets — the most crucial ones for strength gains. Say you're planning to squat with 300 pounds for five reps. You could do 135 pounds for six reps, 185 for five, 225 for three, 275 for two, and then 300 for five. By the tim...
Theresa May declines to take more Calais child refugees to UK
ENGLISH, Europe

Theresa May declines to take more Calais child refugees to UK

    French president had called for Britain to consider its moral duty and take its fair share of the 1,500 asylum-seeking children left in Calais Theresa May has declined to make any extra commitments on receiving child refugees affected by the demolition of the Calais refugee camp, after the French president, François Hollande, rang her to ask for the Britain to consider its “moral duty”. Downing Street said the UK has already taken a “considerable number of unaccompanied minors”, and several hundred more children and young people would be arriving in the coming weeks. The government has taken about 274 child refugees this month, mostly those with family ties to the UK under the Dublin regulation. David Cameron also promised earlier this year to take an unspecified number of...
A warden lashes out the parking moment to motorist in Hackney
ENGLISH, London

A warden lashes out the parking moment to motorist in Hackney

    Shocking footage has emerged which appears to show a traffic warden lashing out at motorist after he started filming him in east London. The row erupted after the warden reportedly threatened to post the driver a parking ticket as he dropped a relative off at Homerton Hospital on Thursday afternoon. The man claimed he had seen the warden near his car so jumped in and drove off but the inspector was not deterred, MailOnline reported. The man said he had questioned why he would receive a ticket if he had already driven off but was offered no explaination. A 20-second video clip showed the motorist drive slowly alongside the man, saying: “I’m recording a video, please can you answer me?” He is ingnored initially before the warden appears to storm towards the car and lashes ou...
FBI gets warrant to read Clinton probe emails
America, ENGLISH

FBI gets warrant to read Clinton probe emails

    The FBI has obtained a warrant to start reviewing emails found on a laptop used by top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her husband Anthony Weiner, according to reports from US media. The Wall Street Journal says the number of emails could total 650,000 - though not all of them are expected to be relevant to the Clinton investigation. This comes after Friday's bombshell that the FBI was again reviewing emails related to the democratic presidential candidate's private server. In a letter to Congress, the agency's director, James Comey, said new information had prompted an additional review of the case that ended in July. Former Congressman Mr Weiner is being investigated separately after claims he exchanged illicit text messages with a teenager. The FBI conducted a mont...
Bricklane Curry Festival 2016 held on Sunday
ENGLISH, London

Bricklane Curry Festival 2016 held on Sunday

    The world-famous Brick Lane curry mile in London’s East End is staging its food festival held own Sunday. A family enjoyed fun-day starts at 1.30pm in The Lane being cordoned off from traffic from 1.30pm to 6.30pm, making way for witches walking on giant stilts, arts and crafts, face-painting and haunted Halloween workshops for children. It wouldn’t be Brick Lane without the curry, of course, and the culinary reputation is on show with street-food tasting and special offers at curry houses. Live entertainment is being laid on by Tower Hamlets Council including Bangla, brass and drumming performances, as well as community stalls. The council is working with local businesses to encourage more visitors to Brick Lane with its famous reputation as part of its Town Centres regen...