Dixon went on social media to announce that he’ll transfer to Iowa Western Community College.“I’m rocking with Iowa Western this upcoming season…and we comin for it all nothing less,” Dixon said on Twitter.Here is his announcement from his Twitter account:I’m rocking with Iowa western this upcoming season .. and we comin for it all nothing less! ☝🏾 Goal— Breon Dixon (@Breondixon_4) June 24, 2019Hopefully, Dixon can maximize his potential on the field at Iowa Western.Obviously losing any talented players hurts for the Cornhuskers, but the departure of Dixon shouldn’t really affect their defense too much.Nebraska enters this upcoming season with pretty high expectations, and some predictions even think a conference championship appearance is possible. Either way, it’s highly likely that Scott Frost leads the team to a much-improved record in 2019. LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 15: General view of the end zone marker before the game between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Troy Trojans at Memorial Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)As the Nebraska Cornhuskers continue to add to its 2020 recruiting class, the program officially said goodbye to a former four-star player. Breon Dixon has finally announced his transfer destinationDixon originally began his collegiate career with Ole Miss, but entered the transfer portal after one season.The four-star linebacker took his talents to Nebraska after his freshman year at Ole Miss. It was a huge addition for the Cornhuskers since Dixon was the No. 12 inside linebacker from his class, per 247Sports.Entering the NCAA transfer portal isn’t anything new for Dixon, however, the final result is quite different. It turns out that he won’t be joining another Power Five program.
The ladies were made to undress and were then raped. Afterwards, the suspects searched the container and the handbags of their victims. They took a cell-phone and cash from the handbags and left the scene.Police were informed and an investigation began. Criminal Record and Crime Scene Management (Forensic) officers were summoned to investigate and valuable, identifiable fingerprints were lifted at the scene.1 of the suspects was later identified as a result of this. He was subsequently traced and arrested.Every effort is being made to trace the outstanding suspect, who has fled the area.The accused, 27-year-old Thelumusa Khubeka, was sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment for housebreaking, 12 years for rape and 5 years on three counts of aggravated robbery. The sentences are to run concurrently.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. A 27-year-old rapist and robber will be spending over a decade in prison after being sentenced recently.He was arrested for rape, housebreaking and aggravated robbery after an incident on the night of April 4, 2013.2 women were accompanied by a security guard at a ‘stop and go’ point on the N11 while the road was under construction. The three were in a container at the time. The lights were suddenly turned off and 2 unknown men appeared at the window.One was armed with a pistol and the other with a bush knife. They demanded that the door be opened after breaking the window. The occupants were terrified and took cover under a table while the door was being pounded upon and broken down from the outside.Once they had broken open the door, the suspects instructed the 3 to vacate the container. The guard was made to lie face down on the ground after his cell-phone and cash was taken. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite
Vizianagaram : Bharat Dynamics Limited, a Defence oriented Public Sector Undertaking of Government of India will contribute Rs 2 crores for development of Vizianagaram District from its CSR funds. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between District Collector Dr M Hari Jawaharlal and BDL General Manager (HR) S Narayanan at Collector’s Camp Office in Vizianagaram on Wednesday. Also Read – Producing films, serials my ambition, says Nani Advertise With Us As per the agreement, the PSU will assist in taking up of repairs and renovation works to 11 Social Welfare Hostels in the district. As part of the aspirational districts programme of the Central Government, PSUs were attached to these districts to take up developmental activities with their Corporate Social Responsibility funds. The District Administration is planning to improve facilities in Education and Health sectors with the funds, says District Collector Dr.Hari Jawaharlal. Some more companies will turn up in the future, he added. Joint Collector K V R Reddy, J.C-2 J Seetharama Rao and BDL team members were present.
Brexit hits speed bump as court rules lawmakers must get say LONDON – Britain’s plans to leave the European Union hit a large speed bump Thursday, as the High Court ruled that the government can’t start exit negotiations without a vote in Parliament.The judgment deepened Britain’s divide over Europe, raising hopes among pro-EU politicians that they can soften the terms of the U.K.’s withdrawal from the bloc. “Leave” campaigners say any attempt to do that would be a betrayal of voters’ decision.The government immediately said it would ask the Supreme Court to overturn the ruling. The Court has set aside time in early December to hear the case.Thursday’s ruling could delay government plans to start talks on Britain’s EU exit, or Brexit, within weeks, and opens a major constitutional battle over the balance of power between Parliament and the government.Brexit Secretary David Davis said Britain’s June 23 vote to leave the EU “must be respected.”“The people want us to get on with it, and that is what we are going to do,” he said.Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will use centuries-old powers known as royal prerogative to invoke Article 50 of the EU treaty, which launches two years of exit negotiations, by the end of March.The powers — traditionally held by the monarch but now used by politicians — enable decisions about international treaties and other issues to be made without a vote of Parliament.Several claimants, including a hairdresser and a financial entrepreneur, challenged May’s right to act. They argued that leaving the EU will remove rights, including free movement within the bloc, and that it couldn’t be done without Parliament’s approval.Three senior judges agreed, ruling that “the government does not have the power under the Crown’s prerogative to give notice pursuant to Article 50 for the U.K. to withdraw from the European Union.”The judges backed the claimants’ argument that the government could not remove Britons’ legal rights “unless Parliament had conferred upon the Crown authority to do so.”The ruling infuriated pro-Brexit campaigners, who see the lawsuit as an attempt to block or delay Britain’s EU exit.U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, who helped lead the campaign to leave the EU, tweeted: “I worry that a betrayal may be near at hand.”“I now fear that every attempt will be made to block or delay the triggering of Article 50,” Farage said. “If this is so, they have no idea of the level of public anger they will provoke.”It’s unlikely the ruling will stop Britain leaving the EU eventually. Most lawmakers accept that voters’ decision must be respected — but they differ widely on what form Brexit should take and how close a relationship Britain should keep with the EU.A majority of members of Parliament backed the “remain” side in the referendum, but could be willing to support the start of exit talks if it’s clear that the government won’t seek a “hard Brexit,” in which Britain leaves the EU’s single market.Pro-EU legislators hope the ruling will force the government to set out its plans for exit negotiations before triggering Article 50, something May has previously ruled out.“Of course there is a mandate for leaving the EU, and we have to accept and respect the result of the referendum,” the opposition Labour Party’s Brexit spokesman, Keir Starmer, told the BBC. “But the terms, and how we leave the EU, are vitally important.”Financial entrepreneur Gina Miller, a lead claimant in the case, said the lawsuit wasn’t an attempt to stop Brexit — just to ensure that Parliament is sovereign.“I hope the MPs (members of Parliament) will do their job and debate this in a sober, grown up way,” she said.David Greene, lawyer for hairdresser Deir Santos, another claimant, said “democracy has been reaffirmed and now very much needs to show it is alive and kicking.”The pound, which has lost about a fifth of its value since the June 23 decision to leave the EU, shot back up on the verdict, rising about 1.5 per cent to $1.2493. The ruling boosted the hopes of the financial sector, which is largely opposed to Brexit, that its effects may be mitigated by Parliament.The case is considered the most important constitutional matter in a generation, pitting the rights of Parliament against those of the executive.Nick Barber, associate professor of constitutional law at Oxford University, said the court had ruled decisively that “you can’t use executive power to overturn statutory rights.”Jeff King, professor of law at University College London, said the government’s Supreme Court appeal “would be unlikely to succeed under the circumstances.”He said the High Court judges “gave a comprehensive ruling on many points, many of which could cause the government’s argument to fail.”If the government loses, it will be forced to let the House of Commons and the House of Lords have a vote. It’s unclear whether that would be done with a simple motion to trigger Article 50, or would need a full Act of Parliament.Passing legislation can take months of debate, argument and amendment, so that might see the government’s timetable for Brexit slipping even further.There is a chance the Supreme Court could refer the case to the European Court of Justice, the EU’s highest court, if it thinks a legal principle needs clarification.That would be an ironic outcome given Britain’s vote to leave the EU, but Barber said it’s extremely unlikely.“I think all sides would agree that would be a mess,” he said.___Associated Press writers Pan Pylas and Sylvia Hui in London contributed to this report. Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street to attend the weekly Prime Ministers’ Questions session, in parliament in London, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016. Theresa May has condemned international soccer organization FIFA for its ban on players wearing the Britain’s remembrance poppy. She told Parliament on Wednesday that the FIFA decision was “utterly outrageous.” (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) by Jill Lawless And Danica Kirka, The Associated Press Posted Nov 3, 2016 4:03 am MDT Last Updated Nov 3, 2016 at 12:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email