WILMINGTON, MA — Nearly 1,500 Wilmington voters pulled Republican ballots for the State Primary Election on Tuesday, September 4. Below are how they voted:Contested RacesU.S. Senate Candidate Geoff Diehl (861 votes, 61%) soundly defeated John Kingston (368 votes, 26%) and Beth Linstrom (187 votes, 13%). 71 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 7 chose to write in a candidate.Governor Charlie Baker (815 votes) beat Scott Lively (653 votes), 55.5% to 44.5%. 24 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 2 chose to write in a candidate.State Attorney General candidate James McMahon (730 votes) defeated Daniel Shores (471 votes), 61% to 39%. 290 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 3 chose to write in a candidate.State Representative candidate Pina Prinzivalli (751 votes) easily defeated Erin Buckley (351 votes), 68% to 32%. This was technically a contested race, but Buckley withdrew several weeks ago. Due to the timing of her withdrawal, her name remained on the ballot. 136 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 5 chose to write in a candidate.Uncontested RacesState Senator Bruce Tarr received 1172 votes. 312 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 10 chose to write in a candidate.Secretary of State candidate Anthony Amore received 1043 votes. 436 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 15 chose to write in a candidate.Lt. Governor Karyn Polito received 1027 votes. 437 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 30 chose to write in a candidate.State Treasurer candidate Keiko Orrall received 1,013 votes. 472 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 9 chose to write in a candidate.U.S. Congressional candidate Joseph Schneider received 1026 votes. 454 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 14 chose to write in a candidate.State Auditor candidate Helen Brady received 998 votes. 485 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 11 chose to write in a candidate.Governor’s Council candidate Richard Baker received 989 votes. 497 voters opted to leave a blank, while another 8 chose to write in a candidate.No CandidateThere was no Republican candidate for State Presentative in the 21st Middlesex District (Precinct 3). The seat is currently held by Democrat Ken Gordon.There was no Republican candidate for Middlesex District Attorney. The seat is currently held by Democrat Marian Ryan.There was no Republican candidate for Middlesex County Clerk. The seat is currently held by Democrat Michael Sullivan.There was no Republican candidate for Middlesex Registry of Deeds. The seat is currently held by Democrat Dick Howe.Voter Turnout4,566 of Wilmington’s 17,009 voters went to the polls on Tuesday, representing a 26.84% turnout.3,061 Democratic ballots were cast. 1,494 Republican ballots were cast. 11 Libertarian ballots were cast.The above numbers are uncertified results from the Wilmington Town Clerk’s Office.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWILMINGTON’S DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RESULTS: Gonzalez & Palfrey Eek It Out; Ryan & Galvin Cruise; Warren UnderperformsIn “Government”STATE REP RACE: Voting Records Show Prinzivalli Voted Only Once Before Launching Candidacy; Campaign DisputesIn “Government”BREAKING NEWS: 19th Middlesex State Rep Election Results Are In — Dave Robertson WinsIn “Government”
Indian securities market regulator has proposed wide-ranging rule changes to allow domestic unicorns to directly list in overseas markets. The proposal released by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) for feedback from stakeholders also proposes allowing foreign start-ups to tap into the Indian capital market directly by listing with stock exchanges here.A panel that Sebi appointed to look into this issue notes that such a step is necessary, in light of the ongoing internationalization of capital markets, according to a report in the Business Standard.Under existing rules, a company incorporated in India cannot directly list on a foreign bourse. Similarly, firms incorporated abroad cannot directly list their shares in Indian stock exchanges.India has currently about a dozen unicorns and some 100 companies with more than $100 million valuations. These companies could benefit if the government accepts the panel’s recommendations and frames necessary rules, the report says.Sebi set up the committee in June to examine the benefits of direct listing and recommend regulatory framework necessary for facilitating the reform.Sources point out that a major hurdle for successfully implementing the panel’s recommendations is taxation provisions. Currently, income earned from a transfer of equity shares of an unlisted Indian company listed on a foreign stock exchange is subject to capital gains tax in India.Similarly, if shares of a company incorporated in India is acquired at less than the fair market value (FMV), the difference is subjected to tax.”The current framework comes in their way of global expansion. Given the change in the complexion of Indian companies and global markets, the direct overseas listing will incur huge benefits,” the report quoted Ranu Vohra, managing director, and CEO, Avendus Capital, a member of the panel, as saying.Among the benefits of this reform, as listed by the panel includes increased competitiveness for Indian companies, a global boost to brand India, and better economic relations with other countries. The direct listing would also broaden investor base, ensure better valuations, and open an alternative capital source for Indian companies.”Equity listings by companies incorporated in India on foreign stock exchanges would allow them to access foreign capital at a lower cost. The Indian economy, in turn, will experience added growth and economic development. Similarly, equity listings of companies incorporated outside India on the Indian stock exchanges would improve the efficient allocation of capital and diversification for investors across the Indian economy,” the committee says.
An Indian citizen was detained from Chapainawabganj district’s Shibganj upazila on Saturday morning, reports UNB.Banirul Sheikh, 33, was held after entering Bangladesh illegally through Maksudpur border around 8:00am, said Sazzad Sarwar, director of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) 53 Battalion.It is unclear why he had come to Bangladesh without valid travel documents.Meanwhile, three Bangladeshis – Abdullah, 42, Al Mamun Reza, 35, Suman, 20 – were detained with 300 bottles of contraband phensedyl in the early hours of the day. All of them are residents of Shibganj’s Ghughudanga village.Two separate cases were filed at Shibganj police station, Sazzad said.
To explore the beauty of the blue bodied god Rama, an exhibition has been organized by the National Museum. ‘Rama Abhirama: The beauty of Rama in Indian art and tradition’ was inaugurated on December 18 by Dr Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture, Government of India.This exhibition majorly focuses on Rama – who is a manifestation of compassion – through the lens of emotion and sentiments. It also brings forth the visual representations of episodes from the Ramayana. The exhibition looks at Ramayana as a living tradition and highlights it’s ritualistic aspects. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfSpeaking on the occasion, Dr Sharma said, “Lord Ram has always been an inspiration, teaching the values of life to everyone. It’s amazing to see how beautifully some artists have presented his life through their artworks. I am told that there are certain exhibits which have never been witnessed by anyone in the country. They were only kept locked in the museums and archives. We need to bring them out so as to make our new generations aware of it.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveElaborating further on the necessity of museums in a country, he said, “Museums hold great importance as they bridge the gap between our rich history and the millennials. Today, young generations are hardly aware of their history. National Museum, which was established on December 18, 1960, has been successful in achieving everything it was expected of. I congratulate the entire team for organizing such amazing events and exhibitions.”Bringing to life the story of Rama, the exhibition showcases the seven Kandas of Ramayana i.e. the Bala, Ayodhya, Aranya, Kishkindha, Sundara, Yuddha and Uttar, highlighting the beauty of each of them. The exhibition narrates the story and splendour of Ramayana, while exploring his morals, in the folk and vernacular style. The artefacts in the exhibition consist of bronze and terracotta sculptures, wood carvings and miniature paintings belonging to different schools, gold coins, worship icons that reflect the artistic brilliance imbibed with devotion and a lot more.The inauguration was followed by the book launch ceremony of five books namely ‘Archaeology of Ancient Madhyadesa’, ‘Archaeological Myths in Early Evolutionary History of Indian Civilization’, ‘Archaeology History and Numismatics of South India’, ‘Sri Dandayudhapani Swamy Temple Complex at Palani and Origin and Development at Muruka Worship in South India’ and ‘Ramayana, Poetic expression on Temple Hanging.’ The exhibition is open until January 31 at National Museum, New Delhi.
Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDrivers are being warned to expect traffic and travel delays due to roadworks across North Staffordshire and South Cheshire this coming week. Motorists hitting the roads of Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding areas on Monday morning can expect a raft of delays and road closures waiting for them – including on major routes such as the M6 motorway, the A500 and the A50. The following roadworks are taking place in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire between Monday July 23 and Sunday July 29 This list contains only the roadworks considered to be most likely to cause delays on key routes as well as those involving road closures and temporary traffic lights. It is not exhaustive and does not feature some minor or emergency repairs that come up after publication. Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether. The list is broken down by local authority area (with the M6 , A500 and A50 separate because they fall under the remit of Highways England). All information from Highways England and Roadworks.org. Read MorePolice appeal after vulnerable man found injured at Stoke-on-Trent park M6 Southbound Junction 16 – Junction 15: Closed overnight July 23/24 and July 24/25. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. Southbound Junction 15 – Junction 14: Closed overnight July 26/27 and July 27/28. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. Northbound Junction 14 – Junction 15: Closed overnight July 28/29 and July 29/30. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. A500 Southbound between the A527 North and the junction with the A52: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 23 July 2018 to 10 August 2018. Closed. Southbound between the A527 South and the junction with the A5006: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 25 July 2018 to 28 July 2018. Closed Northbound between the A52 and the junction with the A527 South: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 23 July 2018 to 10 August 2018. Closed Northbound between the A50 and the junction with the A5007: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed Northbound between the A34 and the junction with the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed The A500 northbound between the A519 and the junction with the A34: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed Northbound between the junctions with the M6 J15 and the A519: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed A50 Eastbound: Between the A520 and the junction with the A521 Blythe Bridge East: Closed overnight on July 23/24 and July 24/25. Disruption expected between 8pm and 5am. Read MoreFamilies feared for their safety after two men stabbed Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Green: Roadworks on Hillside Close and Baker Crescent until July 23 Blurton: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Beaconsfield Drive until July 24 Hanley: Roadworks and road closure on Slippery Lane until August 8 Longton: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Amison Street until July 30 Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Market Street until October 29 Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Commerce Street until August 17. Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Meir Hay Road until July 23 Meir: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Uttoxeter Road until July 23 Meir Hay: Roadworks and road closures on Marlow Road until July 23 Meir Hay: Roadworks and road closures on St Marys Road until July 23 Meir Hay: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Linnburn Road until July 23 Norton: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Norton Lane until August 31. Shelton: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Caledonia Road until July 24 Stoke Railway Station: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Station Road until September 30 Trentham: Lane closure on A34 Stone Road until July 31 Weston Coyney: Roadworks and road closure on Glandore Road until August 6 Newcastle Borough Basford: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Etruria Road until July 23 Clayton: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Clayton Road until July 31 Madeley Heath: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Leycett Lane until July 26 Newcastle: Road closure on High Street until August 31. Silverdale: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Sneyd Terrace/High Street until August 24 Talke: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on High Street until August 17 Read MoreArsonists target former youth centre Staffordshire Moorlands Cheadle: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Mill Road until July 25 Kingsley Holt: Roadworks and diversion on Lockwood Road until September 7 Knypersley: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Tunstall Road until July 23 Leek: Roadworks and closures on Portland Street until July 27 Mayfield: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on B5032 Calwich Bank until October 20 Stafford Borough A34 between Meaford and Tittensor: Roadworks and lane closures until July 28 Eccleshall/Sturbridge: Roadworks and closures on Sturbridge Lane until July 31 Meaford: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Meaford Road until September 3 Milford: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on The Green until August 6 Stafford: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on A513 Beaconside until April 4 2019 Stafford: Roadworks and closures on Waterfront Way until August 24 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Yarnfield Lane until September 3 Stone: Traffic control on Oulton Road until July 24 Stone: Lane closure on Whitemill Lane until September 3 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Eccleshall Road until September 6 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Lichfield Road until July 27 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Brooms Road until July 27 Stone: Lane closure on Stafford Road until September 3 Read MoreThieves steal caravans and cars in early hours of morning Cheshire East Astbury: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on A34 Newcastle Road until July 27 Bosley: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Tunstall Road until February 1 2019 Congleton: Roadworks and closures on Yew Tree Lane until July 23 Congleton: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on A54 Buxton Road until July 23 Congleton: Roadworks and closures on Swan Bank until July 23 Crewe: Roadwork at Crewe Green roundabout until December 1 Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Broughton Road until August 24 Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Parkers Road until July 27 Crewe: Traffic control on West Street until July 27 Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on South Street Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Gresty Road until July 27 Hatherton: Roadworks and closures on Crewe Road until July 27 Nantwich: Roadworks and closures on Welshmans Lane until September 10 Nantwich: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Beam Street until August 6 Oakhanger: Roadworks and closures on Crewe Road until July 30 Shavington: Traffic control on Stock Lane until July 30 Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. 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