Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement Technically the 11th season of The X-Files, this new run will air on Fox’s schedule either later this year or early next. Starting off with strong ratings, the previous six-episode revival of the FBI conspiracy drama debuted January 24, 2016 on the very revival friendly Fox. Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter After all the teasing and complex corporate conversations, the truth is finally out there today – The X-Files is coming back for the 2017-2018 season.Just more than three years after the last revival of the Chris Carter-created series was announced, Fox said Thursday a new 10-episode run of the Gillian Anderson – and David Duchovny-starrer is set to start production this summer.“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” said Fox president David Madden. “Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.” Advertisement
The Army this summer will launch a pilot initiative formally linking active-duty units with those in the Army Reserve and Army National Guard that allows them to train together before deployment.“Much of America’s Army capacity is resident in the reserve components and we must rely more heavily on them to meet the demands of a complex global environment,” Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said in a news release. “The associated units pilot allows us to leverage the capabilities and capacities of the active component, Army Reserve and the Army National Guard as one Army.”The first units to be paired are Task Force 1-28 Infantry, an infantry battalion stationed at Fort Benning, Ga., and the 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team of the Georgia Army National Guard. The brigade also will be associated with the active component’s 3rd Infantry Division stationed at Fort Stewart, Ga.“This brigade will train and, if called to do so, deploy and fight with the 3rd Infantry Division as an associated unit,” said Lt. Gen. Timothy Kadavy, director of the Army National Guard. “These units will develop relationships and standards in home station so they may fight together in combat without having to meet on the battlefield and figure these things out.”The associated units pilot will begin in June, with current plans calling for the Army to test the concept for three years before transitioning to full implementation in 2019, said spokesman Troy Rolan.There will be 12 pairs of associated units in the Army’s initial group, including infantry, engineer and sustainment units, reported Army Times.The pilot will require participating Guard and Reserve units to conduct up to 15 additional days of training each year, Rolan said.“The goal is not to achieve the same readiness as an [active component] unit, but rather to sustain higher readiness to reduce post-mobilization training requirements when activated,” he said. Dan Cohen AUTHOR
Kolkata: Bidhannagar Police seized about Rs 22 lakh during naka checking at Lake Town on Monday night and on Tuesday afternoon at Haldiram bus stop. Three men and a woman were detained in connection with the Lake Town case and one person has been detained at the Haldiram bus stop.According to the police, on Monday night, around 10 pm police personnel from Lake Town police station were on naka checking duty. They were also checking if people were driving in an inebriated state. During the process, a few police personnel spotted a sedan bearing a Delhi registration number. On suspicion police stopped the car and questioned the driver. While talking with the driver and the passengers, police personnel felt they had consumed alcohol. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataImmediately, the driver was told to step out of the car. After conducted the alcohol test on the driver it was found that the alcohol level in his blood was above the permissible level, which is 30 milligram per 100 ml blood. Following the alcohol test, the officers asked the driver to open the boot of the car. The police found a few bags in the car boot. Cops immediately started checking the bags. During checking they found that the bags were stashed with money. All the four passengers, including the driver, have been detained. The car was taken to the Lake Town police station. The driver has been prosecuted under the 185 Motor vehicles (MV) Act (driving by a drunken person or by a person under the influence of drugs). Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateAfter that all four of them were questioned about the source of the money. As they could not substantiate the source and destination along with purpose of the money, the money has been seized. The cash seized by the cops is about Rs 4 lakh. The driver was bailed out and other three were freed. On Tuesday afternoon, around 12:30pm, during naka checking police personnel intercepted a luxurious car. During the checking Rs 12.5 lakh was found inside the car. Immediately, the owner of the vehicle along with the car was taken to the Baguiati police station. Later during a thorough search Rs 5 lakh more were found from inside the car. The money has been seized along with the car. Later, police informed the returning officers of the concerned Lok Sabha constituency about the money. Sources informed that the returning officer may summon the carriers of the unaccounted money to submit an explanation. If the returning officer is satisfied with the reply then the money would be returned otherwise it will be confiscated.