Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 04 Dec 2014 – No new charges for the mother of Inakesha Brooks Armour; who was last week Friday laid to rest in a funeral service in Florida. Brooks Armour, the 34 year old Grand Turk native was facing a traumatic case, where she was charged with trying to kill her 3 month old son, Cayden by drowning in a Miramar canal. One day before facing formal charges, Inakesha was found dead on the bathroom floor, she killed herself by overdosing on medication; Magnetic Media learned that her death last month is now officially ruled a suicide. Grace Ann Brooks is still facing charges linked to Cayden; for neglect. Little Cayden remains hospitalized at Joe DiMaggio Hospital and is non-responsive. The family flew from TCI to Florida for the funeral, and there are still appeals for financial assistance for the Brooks family. Related Items:florida, grace ann brooks, Inakesha Brooks-Amour, Joe DiMaggio hospital Recommended for you Turks and Caicos to be affected by closed sea ports in Florida Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp No bond for alleged terrorist of Bahamian descent Cruise Ship suspected of Norovirus due to dock in Grand Turk
Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson says the Gunners have “one of the worst” defences in the league and believes they won’t go far with their current backline.Despite the summer arrival of Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Stephan Lichtsteiner, Arsenal have been shaky at the back and Merson has urged his former club to strengthen at the back or risk achieving nothing this season.Arsenal have conceded the same amount of goals as West Ham and Watford, having shipped in 32 goals in 22 Premier League matches.“Defensively they are one of the worst sides I’ve ever seen in the top six of the Premier League,” he told Sky Sports.“Even when they were on that unbeaten run, I wasn’t convinced and now they are showing their true colors.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“Until they sort out the defence, they won’t be able to achieve anything. Aaron Ramsey was Arsenal’s best player last weekend – he’s leaving on a free. I don’t know where the club is going.“Unai Emery will need a few windows to sort it out but the players they’ve purchased haven’t been great.”
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A massive dividend announced by India’s second largest software firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) for fiscal year ending March 2015 seems to give much needed financial cushion for the parent company, Tata Sons.The record dividend payment will help Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry to fulfil financial obligations in cash-strapped units of the $103-billion conglomerate.The Mumbai-based software major TCS handed out a dividend of ₹15,474 crore to its shareholders last fiscal year, replacing state-owned miner Coal India as the highest dividend payer in the country.Coal India, which has been the top dividend payer for many years in the past, slipped to second place doling out ₹13,075 crore dividend in the fiscal year 2014-15.Last fiscal year, Tata Sons, which has a stake of 74% stake TCS, was given a dividend ₹11,450 crore, more than twice it earned in the previous fiscal year, 2013-14. The dividend was also slightly more than revenues earned by pharma giant Cipla in FY15.”A significant part of the dividend income earned by Tata Sons gets re-invested in group companies,” a Tata executive told The Economic Times.The dividend payout is expected to give the much-needed financial boost to Tata Sons, as its big units such as Tata Motors and Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) struggle with losses and fail to pay any dividends.Consolidated debt of Tata Motors stood at ₹73,610 crore last fiscal year, the highest among the group companies. Tata Steel has a debt of ₹69,000 crore followed Tata Teleservices with ₹35,000 crore.”Then there are other financial commitments to make, like in Tata Teleservices and Tata Singapore Airlines,” the Tata executive added.With the help of TCS’ dividend, Tata Sons will be able to acquire Docomo’s share in Tata Teleservices. Tata Sons, which is currently embroiled in legal tussle with Japanese Docomo, may require fresh funds worth about ₹12,000 crore to accomplish business needs in the telecom unit.Tata’s new domestic airline Vistara, formed as a result of joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, is yet to make an impact and it also needs funds to better position itself in the intensifying competition in the aviation industry.”Although TCS has been the cash cow for Tata Sons, such high dividend (Rs 79 per share) which includes special dividend (of Rs 40) may not come every year,” said Jagannadham Thunuguntla, head (fundamental research), Karvy Stock Broking.
State minister for women and children affairs Meher Afroz Chumki on Wednesday said about 200000 poor working mothers will be entitled to allowance and training under a programme in the country’s towns for creating awareness about mother and child health.The initiative has been launched under the ‘Working Lactating Mother Assistance Fund Programme’ to make nutritious food available for the poor working mothers living in the urban areas, said the state minister as the chief guest at a view-exchange meeting with the field level NGO workers at the Women Affairs Directorate.The programme is being implemented in the areas of all city corporations, district and upazila headquarters and municipalities.Under the programme, each working mother will get Tk 500 per month and they will also be imparted training on maternal health, child health, breast-feeding, sanitation, reproductive health, vaccination, family planning and prevention of child marriage.Chaired by acting director general of the women affairs directorate Mahmuda Sharmin Benu, the meeting was also addressed, among others, by women and children affairs secretary Nasima Begum and additional secretary Mizanur Rahman as special guests.