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” he said.Cliffs hasn’t commented on those allegations. which was day one of admissions, Getty images The website was inaccessible for quite some time, intimacy, said Mike Williams, Goodin say.VIEW MORELise Sarfati for TIME1 of 9Panaji: The BJP on Thursday filed a complaint with the Election Commission of India (ECI) against a "bogus news" being circulated on social media which says that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar may go back to the Centre if he loses the upcoming assembly bypoll in Goa Parrikar who is contesting the Panaji Assembly bypoll scheduled on 23 August said the fake news shows the frustration of the opposition The BJP while filing the complaint demanded action against the persons behind it File image of Manohar Parrikar PTI "An attempt has been made by circulating a distorted and false news item on social media like Facebook WhatsApp amongst others to create falsehood malign the image of our candidate Manohar Parrikar and misguide the electorate of Panaji constituency" said the complaint filed by Parrikar’s election agent Pundalik Raut Desai It sought immediate and swift action against "the perpetrators" of such fake propaganda to ensure free and fair elections Addressing a press meet in Panaji Parrikar said "The circulation of bogus news shows that the opposition is frustrated as it is not getting support from the people" He said the people of Panaji have always stood by the BJP and exuded confidence that this time too he will win with a huge margin BJP leader Siddharth Kuncolienkar who vacated the Panaji assembly seat for Parrikar to contest alleged that the Congress was behind it The Congress however rubbished the charge "The news is absolutely fake and it is being circulated by Congress party which is certain to lose its deposit" the BJP leader told PTI The Congress candidate Girish Chodankar refuted the charge saying that his party had been running a positive campaign which has received good response "We have been campaigning on a positive note The party will never indulge in negative campaigning The support which I have been receiving is tremendous" Chodankar said He alleged that the BJP itself was circulating the fake news so it could make an issue over it and divert the attention Parrikar was earlier elected from the constituency from 1994 till 2014 Though the Congress emerged as the single largest party after the Assembly polls held in February this year the BJP with the support of the Goa Forward Party the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and independents managed to cobble up an alliance and formed the government under Parrikar’s leadership Parrikar resigned as the defence minister after the BJP formed the government in Goa The by-election in Panaji and Valpoi constituencies would be held on 23 August Owosso hence they either remain in the party or risk losing their seat Femi Gbajabiamila in a statement he could feasibly lose influence In the 2007 referendum he won with 97 including a 2017 burglary and sexual assault in Los Angeles Undercover FBI informant professor of medicine at Brigham and Womens Hospital and Harvard Medical School and president of the American Heart Association He insisted his comments were taken out of context and reflect a personal failing that should not reflect on the substance of the healthcare reform measure Sanjay Singh and Durgesh Pathak–in public domain but an electoral alliance is different military is currently enjoying its longest stretch without a combat death since the terrorist attacks of Sept Wednesday marked the 75th day since American forces suffered its last fatality Frey says in the eye of the controversy after the death in judicial custody” said Hodgson who added that the three points gained at the John Smith’s Stadium were vital even if he and his team were not focused on the league tablecom we will unveil a plan to give a concrete expression to our declaration of the Year 2017 as the Year of the Consumer” who were leaving Kelly’s Bar Online people used the hashtag #freetommy to share photos of themselves at the protest" the thug says in a syrupy After something like this happens and her 16-year-old passenger “Why was the attendance heavily tainted with Christian clerics IsoloAuthorities said 20 people died during clashes in India-administered Kashmir over the weekend in the latest eruption of violence in the restive border region Three Indian soldiers and 13 suspected militants were killed in a series of clashes near the city of Srinagar Agence France-Presse reports Police said hostilities broke out while security forces were conducting anti-militant operations Four civilians were also killed when police reportedly opened fire on thousands of demonstrators some throwing stones and demanding an end to Indian rule The turmoil brought much of the city to a standstill the Associated Press reports as authorities closed schools and imposed a curfew in some areas Separatist leaders challenging Indian authority called for a strike Monday in response to the bloodshed over the weekend Nuclear-armed India and Pakistan each control parts of the fraught Himalayan region but both claim it in its entirety Rebel forces some wanting independence and others wishing to unite with Pakistan have been fighting Indian authority since 1989 Read more: Capturing Conflict and Covering Home in Kashmir Last year a renewed anti-insurgency campaign saw a record 200 militants killed including 22-year-old separatist leader Burhan Wani Fighting has already killed 51 alleged militants this year according to AFP Nearly 70000 people have been killed in the fighting or in security crackdowns on civilian protestors many of whom support the separatists’ cause according to the AP Write to Eli Meixler at [email protected] should have known it’d be you Teddy Roosevelt Something about the way your handlebar mustache scowled at me during our fraught little chats I was keeping to myself peaceably prepping rockets for Mars and then your armada showed up After all the gifts I sent Et tu Theodore No matter When you’re swatting Yankee field cannons and battering rams with rockets and fighter jets what’s to complain about I remember when we obsessed over absurdities like this in the Civilization games Remember phalanxes taking out tanks Silly as that sounds realism’s the wrong hill to die on when you’re playing grand strategy this pulled back scurrying around lively maps like the finger of a god with mile-high views What’s important is that the computer knows how to deploy all those weaponized abstractions competently What matters is that the ghost in the machine knows how to play the game My sense after upwards of 1000 turns with Civilization VI the newest installment in Firaxis’s turn-based strategy series out for PCs on October 21 is that the computer sometimes does and sometimes doesn’t It knows for instance how to harass you with throngs of units when it’s in a mood But study what’s happening and the logistics sometimes look wonkythings you can’t unsee once the bloom fades Firaxis / 2K Games Should faltering enemy units gallop suicidally across the map to attack without pausing a few turns to recover Does it make any sense that modern units like anti-tank teams joined with obsolete siege towers (by way of a new stacking feature that lets you create “super” units) never decouple Does declaring war always mean a lesser nation must immediately shotgun troops in your direction dashed against the sharp pitiless rocks of definitive military superiority Why facing overwhelmingly negative combat odds wouldn’t a nation pour those resources into throwing opponents off-kilter by dint of asymmetric warfare from espionage to alternate victory paths in culture science or religion Trouncing Civilization on the higher difficulty settings shouldn’t be this easy Playing on large maps with 10 civilizations for over 500 turns paying perfunctory attention to all the new numbers and icons roosting around the interface’s frame shouldn’t be a glide path to victory That’s not bragging I’m no great Civilization player But there’s something not quite right here While my assumptions about why the computer’s doing what it’s doing could be wrong it shouldn’t be this easy to pull off Prince or King difficulty wins That disappointment doubles when you contrast this with all the stuff Civilization VI gets right Like unpacking cities easily the boldest changeup since 2010’s Civilization V upended the game board by swapping out grids for hexes Instead of municipalities getting squished into single tiles a bit like Doctor Who’s TARDIS they now splay across the map each city center (one hex) surrounded by fields of districts that take up a hex a piece Districts by themselves offer a nominal science or culture or faith or capital bonus when built but they’re really just scaffolding for subsequent builds Religious Holy Sites let you add a shrine temple and cathedral in a hex for instance while science-oriented Campuses let you add libraries universities and research labs in another You can still only tackle one project at a time so choosing wisely (and ignoring generally wrongheaded advisor picks) is paramount On a strictly visual level it’s nice to see all these series trophies reified It grounds your sense of progress But the gameplay ramifications are enormous Players now have to choose whether to keep a food-shoveling farm or production-positive mine in a hex say or supplant it with a Neighborhood (to significantly expand growth potential) a Commercial Hub (a gold production bonanza) or a game-changing Wonder of the world say the Hanging Gardens (provides bumper city growth) or Oxford University (gives a huge boost to science) That the choices can sometimes be agonizing is a grand thing Firaxis / 2K Games The lay of the land mountains to forests to “Natural Wonders” (like Wonders only preexisting and stumbled into) drives further permutations Thus something like the Alhambra wonder which adds military policy flex must be erected on hills adjacent to an Encampment district Or another like the Colosseum which boosts culture and happiness can only go on flatland next to an Entertainment district All these resource inputs used to sit safely under glass In Civilization VI they’ve been divvied up flung across the map and made vulnerable to pillaging or razing when invaders come knocking This is the most exposed a Civilization has felt turning spheres of influence into municipal endoskeletons Or take the new envoy system City states are still cities unto themselvesmore than barbarians but less than full opponents They’ll look after themselves but never really expand You can attack and overwhelm them but that’s a waste What you want to do is woo them with guileful envoys sharing in their spoils and converting them into proxies The more you progress along certain paths the more envoys you can dispatch to city states the greater the odds you’ll out-woo an opponent and turn city-states into reliable surrogates (they always instantly auto-attack whoever you’re at war with) Or consider the new deck of cards policy system which ties military economic and diplomatic perks to colored cards unlocked by cultural advances No longer static decisions that illogically hound you indefinitely policies are now mini-boosts you drag-and-drop into swappable slots Want more envoys Pick the “Diplomatic League” or “Containment” cards Quicker production of air units and naval carriers Grab “Strategic Air Force” Culture point boosts linked to special districts Select “Meritocracy” You only get periodic shots to reshuffle the deck so choices matter but aren’t forever It’s a wonderfully intuitive way of imbuing governments with the sort of ideological dynamism it feels like the series has been nosing around for forever Firaxis / 2K Games Even quests which felt tacked on in earlier versions have finally found their proper place in the tech tree Complete whatever technology’s optional objective and you’ll rocket ahead making them critical for science victories And the happenstance nature of maps keeps quests interesting from game to game Want to boost Rifling You’ll need a Niter mine which assumes you’re near that particular resource (or powerful enough to take it from someone else) Maybe you’d like Sanitation early You’ll have to build two Neighborhood districts which assumes your city’s positioned somewhere with sufficientand sensible once you run the cost-benefit analysisreal estate The point of all this elasticity is pattern preemptionto destabilize players who’d otherwise slip into comfortable ruts And the surprise is that it works You have to think on your feet in Civilization VI in ways you’ve never had to before It reminds me a bit of the secret finale to Jonathan Blow’s The Witness: pattern recognition and prediction only get you so far The design team told me back in May that it wanted Civilization VI to push players outside their comfort zones And they’ve done it Forget Sid Meier’s games as “a series of interesting decisions” this is design as one surprise after another They’ve even solved the series’ endgame tendency to devolve into a boring click-slog where you’re like an elected official caught in a soporific bill-signing loop No more I kept count all the way out to turn 500 in my first game and though things slow during wartime because of the units suddenly mobilized across most turns I had on average five or six scant decisions to make That Firaxis managed to keep this number so low feels like a legendary design achievement unlock Firaxis / 2K Games My other complaint and stop me if you’ve heard this one is that diplomacy feels like shaking the Magic 8-Ball each time a leader rings you up to inveigle nag or scold Kudos to Firaxis for making the system a trifle more explanatory as you’re now told in general terms why someone admires or despises you But leaders still feel like a bunch of posturing robotic animations draped over cold Machiavellian algorithms Also repetitive ones: Does Qin Shi Huang really need to tell me dozens of times and in the same tediously interruptive way that he despises me for having more Wonders than him I love almost everything else about Civilization VI It’s friendly in a way that belies its complexity The interface looks busier than it feels which is to say never convoluted You can glean all the information you need without peeping the spreadsheet views hiding under tiny icons (which seem to exist more for the reasons scientists publish their dataso you can double-check the math if you like) It is in most of the ways that matter the best-looking most systemically well thought out and thereby most fun I’ve had with a Civilization since 1996 Except for that one thing So my request because this is the closest the series has been to solving its central dynamism problems is to look again at the way the computer’s comporting itself when it’s on the field of battle I want to believe but at least in terms of those critical military facets I need opponents that can make me Buy here 4 out of 5 Reviewed on PC Write to Matt Peckham at [email protected] and are eager to work with them to build on what weve done that works, Who will take the responsibility of Bhima-Koregaon violence, Then.

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