Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We all have that buddy that says they saw the biggest buck ever. For all we know all that guy probably saw in the woods on a crisp, fall early morning was the backs of his eyelids.But for Junction City, Ohio hunter Dan Coffman, this picture is all the proof he needs!According to FieldAndStream.com, Coffman reportedly harvested one of the largest whitetail deer ever taken by a hunter, which has inadvertently launched a social-media firestorm that has people questioning the deer’s authenticity.It’s believed that Coffman was hunting in Fairfield County the evening he shot the deer, on October 27th. Rumors about the size and legitimacy of the buck are already scattered across the Internet.Is the “Coffman Buck” large enough to best Pope & Young’s current world-record non-typical “Beatty Buck” (2000) of 294 inches?Find out more about it here and good luck topping this one this year. Chances are he’ll walk by while you’re napping.
With not even 24 hours left for 2016 to come to an end, let’s take a look at those extraordinary photographs that made big headlines and touched our hearts.This article will showcase an extensive compilation of powerful yet unforgettable pictures that will remain in your hearts and minds for years together.Fortunately or unfortunately, 2016 brought us some of the heartrending photographs also.From Donald Trump being elected as America’s 45th president to becoming the TIME Person of the Year, ‘President of Divided States of America,’ we saw the changing times.In India too, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Demonetisation’ brought twist and turns across the nation.We also witnessed, how an Indian model and acid attack survivor Reshma Quereshi walked the ramp to present Indian designer Archana Kochhar’s Spring/Summer 2017.So, here’s a look at the most powerful, remarkable, and striking pictures from 2016 brought to you through the eyes of brilliant photographers around the world:Note: Some of the pictures might bring tears to your eyes.1Five-year-old Omran Daqneesh sits in an ambulance after being taken out of a building hit by an airstrike in Syria2Infant Udai Faisal suffering from acute malnutrition dies at Al-Sabeen Hospital in Sanaa, Yemen3Kenyan riot police officer stomps on a protester in Nairobi demanding the dismissal of the electoral authority over alleged bias and corruption4Nidhi Chaphekar, a 40-year-old Jet Airways flight attendant from Mumbai, right, after the Brussels airport bombing5Air Force One – carrying US President Barack Obama flies over a neighborhood in Havanadvertisement6Wildfires glowing beneath ‘The Northern Lights,’ also known as the Aurora Borealis, near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada7Pope Francis march through Auschwitz’s infamous gate with the sign8A protester looks into the eyes of a riot policeman during a protest marking the country’s 1973 military coup in Santiago, Chile9A woman pouring water on a child’s face after being affected by teargas in central Harare, Zimbabwe10 Saida Ahmad Baghili, an 18-year-old woman suffering from acute malnutrition, sits on a bed at the al-Thawra hospital in the Red Sea port city of Houdieda, Yemen11A woman removes a Niqab she was wearing in her village after Syria Democratic Forces (SDF) took control of it in Aleppo province, Syria12Barack Obama wiped tears from his eyes as he spoke about the steps his administration took to reduce gun violence in the US13Theresa May meeting Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace14Turkish student cries during a protest to show solidarity with trapped citizens of Aleppo, Syria, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina15Leonardo DiCaprio winning Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in ‘The Revenant’16Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius walking without his prosthetic legs during mid-trial17Usain Bolt competes the Men’s 100-meter semifinal race during the Rio Olympic Games18International Space Station shows a massive snowstorm blankets, the East Coast of the U.S19Dead sperm whales lying on a beach on Texel Island, the Netherlands20 After being saved from indulging in prostitution, schoolgirls in India play Kabaddi during recess(Image source: LA Times)21A monkey catches knives as it balances on a board during a daily training session at a monkey farm in China22Jackeline, 26, holds her 4-month old son who is born with microcephaly, in front of their house in Brazil23A Sadhu combs his beard after taking a dip during Kumbh Mela in Ujjain, India24A Guardsman faints at Horseguards Parade for the Annual Trooping the colour ceremony in central London, Britain25The full moon is captured behind the Christ the Redeemer statue ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil26A splash of lightning seen above the skyline of Shanghai, China27A girl holds a rifle in a parade to show support to the movement in Sanaa, Yemen28Richard Whitehead of Britain competes in the men’s 200m – T42 category29The supermoon rises behind the Soyuz MS-03 spacecraft in Kazakhstan30#DemonetisationIndia: Ban of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes31A former fisherman standing in the dry bed that was once Bolivia’s second-largest lake(Image source: The New York Times)323Global warming affecting the ecology of polar bears’ Arctic habitat on a vast scale(Image source: The New York Times)33Sahara desert after getting its first snowfall in 37 years(Image source: Karim Bouchetata/Geoff Robinson Photography)34Prince George meets President Obama during a trip to London35Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta sets fire to the world’s biggest ivory bonfire at Nairobi National Park(Image source: AFP)36A gunman nod after assassinating Andrey G. Karlov, the Russian ambassador to Turkey, at an art exhibitadvertisement37Iranians lay beside Urmia Lake with their bodies covered in salt near Urmia, North-western Iran38Leshia Evans, a mother and protester, calmly facing down heavily armored riot police in the middle of a Baton Rouge street39Indian acid attack survivor Reshma Quereshi applied makeup before walking the ramp at New York Fashion Week40US President-elect Donald Trump stands behind Hillary Clinton during presidential town hall debate at Washington UniversityLet’s all hope the coming year brings more happiness to all of us!For more updates on Education, follow India Today Education or you can write to us at email@example.com
The Judicature (Resident Magistrates) Act (Increase in Jurisdiction) Order, 2013 was tabled in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, February 5.The Order was tabled by Leader of Government Business in the House and Minister of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, Hon. Phillip Paulwell.Section 129A of the Judicature (Resident Magistrates) Act empowers the Minister by Order, subject to affirmative Resolution, to increase the monetary jurisdictional limits of the Resident Magistrate’s Court in civil matters.For common law claims or torts, the limit is being moved from $250,000 to $1 million, and for claims in which distress or replevin or property or goods is sought, the limit is being moved from $50,000 to $1 million.In respect of claims for rent or mesne profit by a landlord, who is seeking recovery of possession from a tenant holding over after tenancy has expired or has been terminated by notice to quit, the limit is moved from $250,000 to $1 million. For claims by caveator to restrain land being bought under the Registration of Titles Act, the limit is moved from $450,000 to $2 million.The Senate on Friday, February 1, approved the Resolution increasing the monetary jurisdictional limits of the Resident Magistrate’s Court in civil matters. When approved in the Lower House, it will be gazetted and made into law.
MONTREAL — Roger Taillibert, the architect who designed Montreal’s Olympic Stadium, has died at the age of 93.The renowned French architect also created the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris and the Khalifa Stadium in Qatar.Taillibert’s success in France in the 1960s and early 1970s attracted the attention of then-Montreal mayor Jean Drapeau, who asked him to design a stadium to house the 1976 Olympics and later the Montreal Expos baseball team.Taillibert’s vision for the Olympic Stadium included a massive concrete dome with a retractable roof, held up by cables suspended from the world’s largest inclined tower, at 165 metres high.He remained proud of the design and continued to defend his creation over the years, despite criticism over its malfunctioning roof and an original price tag that ballooned to several times its original estimate.Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante writes on Twitter today that Taillibert has left the city a great legacy, noting that his stadium is known around the world.This report by The Canadian Press was first published on Oct. 3, 2019.The Canadian Press
You and a guest can enjoy the ultimate Jonas Brothers experience on August 16 in Los Angeles with this fantastic celebrity charity auction. Spend time with each of the boys when you take a tour of the stage with Nick, play a game of ping pong with Joe and sit down for coffee or tea with Kevin! This package also includes: • Two tickets to the show • Access to the soundcheck party • Meet and greet passesDon’t miss your chance to hang with the Jonas Brothers as they close out their 2013 summer tour! Proceeds from the auction will benefit Change For The Children, the charity set up by the Jonas Brothers to support programs that motivate and inspire children to face adversity with confidence, determination and a will to succeed.To access the auction, which ends August 14, click here.