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Clinton alleged "He intentionally ran up huge amounts of debt on his companies – hundreds of millions of dollars He borrowed at high interest rates – even after promising regulators that he wouldn’t What came next He defaulted on those loans And at the end he bankrupted his companies – not once not twice but four times" said the former Secretary of State "Here’s an important thing about how Trump operates He doesn’t default and go bankrupt as a last resort He does it over and over again on purpose – even though he knows he will leave others empty-handed while he keeps the plane the helicopter the penthouse" Clinton said New Delhi: With its back to the wall Congress has decided to declare names of candidates for all 81 assembly seats in Delhi even before the election dates are announced to give them more time to prepare for the elections which are likely to be held in February After releasing its first list of candidates for 24 assembly seats of the 70-member Assembly on Thursday the party will begin marathon meetings of its screening committee from on Friday Representational image AFP The meetings of the panel led by M Veerappa Moily to recommend candidates will culminate in a meeting of the Central Election Committee chaired by Congress President Sonia Gandhi next week which will decide on the rest 46 seats including New Delhi where former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit had lost to AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal in 2013 polls which brought to an end the 15-year-long Congress rule in the state There has been speculation that the party is in a dilemma on whom to field in New Delhi seat from where Kejriwal is seeking re-election this time A senior party functionary speaking on the condition of anonymity said Congress is grappling to decide on whether to field a "local or some high-profile" candidate from New Delhi this time Asked about the seat AICC in-charge for Delhi and party MP P C Chacko said "We have not discussed New Delhi at all For all the 46 seats including New Delhi marathon meetings of the screening committee will begin from tomorrow The meeting of the CEC will also happen within a week after which names of candidates will be declared on all seats" There are indications that the dates for the election likely to be held in February may be declared by the Election Commission by January 10 and Congress intends to name its list of candidates before that "The first list of candidates has already been released even before the election dates are to be decided Such early release of candidates’ list is happening for the first time" Chacko said The Assembly polls in December 2013 had thrown up a fractured mandate with BJP getting 31 seats and its ally Akali Dal one in the 70-member House Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party which had made an impressive debut in last Delhi polls bagged 28 seats while Congress was decimated with its tally plummeting to only 8 its worst-ever performance in Delhi In the first list Congress has hence put its bait on trusted and known faces as it tries hard to regain its lost ground Replying to questions about the possibility of the party asking some of its former MPs to contest polls or they themselves offering to do so Chacko said that a decision on them will be taken by the central leadership "Nobody has told the party that they will not contest" he said when asked about the possibility of Dikshit AICC general secretary Ajay Maken and others contesting Sources say that most of them have not evinced any keenness to fight Some young former MPs however may be asked to contest A senior AICC functionary said that while the party has depended mainly on trusted faces in the first list of candidates there will be more new faces especially of youth and women and intellectuals in the second list which will also have some "surprise names" Replying to a question as to who will be the Congress face for Delhi polls Chacko said "The main theme of our campaign will be the failure of both BJP and AAP to deliver We will fight the polls on the plank of development and stability" Neither Congress nor BJP has declared their chief ministerial candidates so far In the last Assembly election Congress had fielded its three-time Chief Minister Dikshit and BJP had declared Harshvardan as its chief ministerial candidate Later Congress supported AAP in government formation but Kejriwal quit as chief minister in February last year over his government’s failure to pass the Jan Lokpal bill pushing the state under President’s rule Banking on Narendra Modi’s "wave" BJP is hoping to increase its tally while AAP which faced strong criticism after Kejriwal quit as chief minister is trying to hard to gain its lost ground While the view in Congress is that it may not be in a position to form government it will better its tally from the previous election "We hit the bottom rock in the last election We have only to improve from there" a party functionary said claiming that Aam Aadmi Party won’t be able to repeat its previous performance PTI New Delhi: Desperate times call for desperate measures If the buzz in the political circles is to be believed the Congress and the NCP in Maharashtra are mulling a proposal that could have far-reaching impact on the political equations in the state After the disastrous performance in the general elections both parties face the prospect of a rout in the assembly elections and this seemed have spurred some leaders in both parties into some drastic thinking The proposal—an informal one—goes like this: hand over the reins to Sharad Pawar in the election campaign; in return the NCP will merge with the Congress While television channels flashed Sushilkumar Shinde’s name as the replacement for incumbent Prithviraj Chavan as chief minister of Maharashtra on the weekend the fire seems to have gone out as the new line of thinking has taken over The proposal sources say was mooted by the Congress The regional party is believed to have conveyed to the Congress high command that it is open to lead the alliance in the assembly election under the guidance of Sharad Pawar however a merger is not on the cardsNCP chief Sharad Pawar Reuters Is a merger the only option The alliance has 15 years of anti-incumbency and a poor show in the general elections to boot This would mean rehabilitation of Pawar’s daughter Supriya Sule in the process if NCP decides to merge with the Congress It would also mean the dwindling of power for Ajit Pawar who enjoys popularity among majority of the NCP MLA’s The struggle for absolute power post Sharad Pawar would then move clearly in favour of Supriya Sule She is a known face in Delhi and would easily fit into the Congress’ scheme of things rather than her cousin who prefers to stay in his home state This will also help Pawar grab the secular card as a merger will only strengthen the “secular” forces in the state NCP is still seen as more of a pro Maratha party rather than a pro minority organisation But the drawbacks are immense as a lot of Pawar’s trusted lieutenants could jump ship to the BJP Shiv Sena camp Many in the NCP especially the second rung leadership may see the move of a merger as a sign of their wane within the new setup Congress too has many leaders and a merger will lead to either exodus or another power struggle between the two sides The possibility of Ajit Pawar opposing it tooth and nail becomes more of a reality He may even keep the rebel group opposing the merger with him and keep the legacy of NCP alive “I have nothing to say about this as of now It looks tough to say that we can even talk about a so called merger so quickly” says DP Tripathi senior party leader and Rajya Sabha MP from the NCP “Pawar Saheb will be in Delhi soon and things will be clearer about our election strategy with the Congress” he said For the Congress they will get the biggest name of Maharashtra politics back into their fold A change of guard at the CM level in this late juncture may not bear fruit for the party as there are barely two months left for the elections Bringing Pawar to the fore would mean a better and a broader alliance on the lines of what the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance stitched in the just concluded General Elections Smaller parties can be roped in for bigger voter base A resurgent Congress with Pawar will also give them better prospects in North West and Vidarbha regions of the state There is every reason to be concerned as the ruling combine was trailing in 111 of the 144 assembly segments that it currently holds during the 2014 Elections The Congress has been the biggest loser as they led in only 15 of the 82 assembly seats that they hold while NCP led in 18 of their 62 seats But with Pawar back in the fold it is likely that all his detractors in the Congress will be sidelined in due course of time It will be tough for the Congress to draw a line between keeping the party’s prospects afloat and denying tickets to sitting MLA’s as a rebellion could brew even before the elections are announced If Ajit Pawar decides to stay back and form his own outfit then the profits of the merger will be minimal For the party a merger with NCP will be the first priority if they are to give Pawar the kind of sweeping powers that his party is demanding The wounds of Telangana are still too fresh for the party to be able to give the benefit of doubt to Maratha strongman K Chandrashekhar Rao too had promised to merger his Telangana Rashtriya Samiti (TRS) with the Congress if the Centre decided to grant a separate state to Telangana But TRS decided to stay put and went on to defeat the Congress by forming the first state government in India’s 29th state "I have no information about this NCP is our ally and our senior leaders will take their leaders into confidence before taking any decision on the alliance” defends Rajeev Satav Congress MP from Hingoli Maharashtra The Pawar camp too is not sure what gains they will make in such a scenario Pawar may be interested to lead the joint campaign against a seemingly strong Opposition but is not keen to be projected as the chief ministerial candidate He would prefer to appoint his daughter or nephew and ensure that his supporters are rehabilitated or else the carefully built party organisation could crumble after he’s gone They feel they are on a stronger wicket than the Congress because of them having more MP’s NCP has 4 while Congress has only 2 There is also talk that the NCP may go alone to shed the baggage of the Congress which will keep their options open in a post poll scenario in Maharashtra This is the Congress’ biggest fear hence the formula not only to project Pawar as the face of the combine but also to boost their party’s prospects in a seemingly lost election Washington:Astronomers say they’ve heard the echoes of two more crashing black holes — a discovery that hints that the unseen violence of the universe may be pretty common They detected a second gravitational wave That’s the warp in the fabric in the cosmos that Albert Einstein predicted a century ago in his theory of general relativity something that results only from the most massive space crashes It’s something that can’t be seen and Einstein thought would never be detected but scientists have found a way to hear it — first one note in September 2015 and now two "This is what we call gravity’s music" Louisiana State University physicist Gabriela Gonzalez scientific spokeswoman for the discovery team said at a Wednesday press conference where the sounds from the two gravitational waves were played With that second higher pitch chirp detected Christmas night in the United States an international team of scientists have switched from reveling in the "aha" of first discovery to the more detailed and telling recording of the historical soundtrack of a chaotic universe Astronomers announcing the sounds likened that soundtrack to jazz maybe with a mix of classical music "These events — especially the first one — are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang" said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin author of Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space File photo of LIGO spokesperson Gabriela Gonzalez who holds up a scarf depicting gravitational waves AP Scientists first heard the cosmic crash after turning on their $11 billion set of twin instruments known as the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory or Ligo But physicists weren’t quite certain if they lucked into a once-in-a-lifetime chirp from a rare event or if these gravitational waves are out there waiting to be listened to on a regular basis "This event really does establish that there are quite a few merging black holes in the nearby universe" said Penn State University physicist Chad Hanna one of the more than 1000 scientists who wrote the study released Wednesday at an astronomy conference and published in the journal Physical Review Letters "The universe is full of these tremendous collisions that are depositing tremendous energy" It’s the type of crash that may happen in our own Milky Way once every few hundred millions of years or so but by looking at so many other galaxies we can hear more said Levin who wasn’t part of the study but praised it as sound and significant as did several other outside experts Columbia University astrophysicist Szabolcs Marka a member of the discovery team said detecting the first wave was much like going outside and finding a $100 bill It could be lucky day like winning the lottery or a new source of income Finding as second one so soon tells scientists that this is more likely to be a regular windfall He said he wouldn’t be surprised if they will hear a gravitational wave about once a week once scientists upgrade their equipment "I think they’re not rare anymore; they were never rare" but were hard to hear until Earth scientists got the right hearing aid Gonzalez said The latest sound was from a cosmic crash 14 billion light-years away A light-year is 59 trillion miles The first black hole crash that scientists heard in September was from two massive objects that were unusually huge even for black holes December’s black holes were more normal sized — 14 and eight times the mass of our sun Those mergers produce faint invisible ripples in the fabric of the cosmos that bunch up like a kink in a net None of that can be seen The wave is only noticed on Earth in incredibly tiny misalignments of split laser beams in detectors both in Hanford Washington and Livingston Louisiana That mismatch is a vibration that scientists can actually hear as sound The Christmas Day wave was fainter but lasted longer Gonzalez said Marka called it a crescendo Levin likened it to a drum beat or whale’s song A third possible gravitational wave was detected in October but the scientists aren’t confident enough to proclaim it real They said there’s a 15 percent chance that the third note isn’t a wave compared to a one in 35 million chance that the Christmas discovery isn’t a true gravitational wave "We can now think seriously about gravitational waves as a new way to learn about the universe" University of Florida physicist Clifford Will who wasn’t part of the team said in an email "To me this latest detection says there is a ‘big band’ out there and we are only beginning to dance to the music of cosmic DJ"

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