Jim Bunning , R-Ky. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Bunning decided not to run for re-election in the 2010 race, instead endorsing tea party favorite and current U.S. Bunning was 85 years old. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1996. The following year, Bunning, who played baseball during an era marked by low wages and an open devotion to the game, introduced a bill to crack down on performance-enhancing drugs in pro sports.
Attacking opposition parties over the issue of demonetisation , Modi said opposition leaders tried hard to fuel anger among the common people, but it did not work as people supported the government . He also said the BJP has virtually eliminated nepotism, casteism and appeasement from politics . "As far as raids and searches are concerned, why do they expect that they will do wrong and the government would do nothing", Shah said.
As 2017 began, Gasbuddy and others were predicting metro prices would rise to between $2.65 to $2.80 a gallon by May. Sunday's national average price of $2.36 was 2 cents more than last week and 8 cents more than a year ago. About 34.6 million Americans will take a road trip, and 689,692 Tennesseans will take a road trip. "Pump prices are lower than last year's holiday, but could face upward pressure by the end of the week, depending on the outcome of an OPEC meeting Thursday".
Its growth rate came in at 3.46pc, narrowly missing its target. While presenting the budget in the National Assembly , Ishaq Dar also mentioned that the government also has allocated funds for giving 50,000 PKR loan for setting up new businesses.
Iranian channel Press TV reported that the decision of the 13-nation cartel that includes Iran and Saudi Arabia, to extend the cuts for 9 months would effectively lower OPEC's production by 1.8 million barrels per day. Thursday's sell-off came after the oil price jumped 98 cents to $50.33 a barrel on May 19 when Saudi Arabia reached the deal the rest of OPEC approved Thursday.
But the juxtaposition of the election in Iran and the gathering in Saudi Arabia seemed to highlight a reality of the Middle East that presidents have long wrestled with: How to choose partners and seek United States interests in a region torn by sectarian splits and competing agendas? Trump stressed the common threat Iran presents to Israel and its neighbouring Arab countries, as well as the dangers of Tehran possessing a nuclear weapon, after meeting with Israeli President Reuven ...