NATO researcher warns of Russian interference in 2019 Canadian election

first_imgOTTAWA – A leading NATO researcher says Canada should assume Russia will attempt to interfere in the 2019 federal election because that would serve the Kremlin’s purpose of helping destabilize the military alliance.The allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election as well as its attempts to disrupt votes in Germany, France, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic, among other countries, makes Canada a natural target, Janis Sarts, the director of the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence said in an interview.Russia is attracted to Canada because destabilizing it would “undermine the cohesion” of the broader NATO alliance. Moreover, it could serve to undermine Canadian policy in Europe, he said.It would also allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to project strength inside his country by showing that “other countries are afraid of Russia,” said Sarts, who testified last year at the U.S. Senate intelligence committee about Russian interference.“The moment somebody can question the integrity of the elections and the election result, democracy is in trouble,” Sarts said.The federal government has tasked Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould with shoring up the electoral system against foreign meddling.“We are closely following how our allies are addressing these challenges in their countries to see what solutions may be right for Canada,” Gould’s spokeswoman Jordan Owens said.“The government of Canada continues to closely monitor foreign threats, including those that may impact the 2019 election and are working hard to ensure that Canadians can continue to trust in our democratic institutions.”The government wants to bring “greater transparency” to the funding of political parties and political advertising and fundraisers, said Owens.The government wants social media companies to “address issues related to foreign interference in elections,” she said.“They have taken some initial positive first steps, but more needs to be done.”Relations between Canada and Russia are at a low ebb with the Canadian Forces commanding a NATO battle group in Latvia, part of the alliance’s anti-Moscow deterrent in Eastern Europe following the Kremlin’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula in 2014, and the ongoing turmoil in eastern Ukraine.Russia has threatened unspecified retaliation against Canada for its passage of anti-corruption legislation named in honour of the Russian whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky.The Kremlin has also placed Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland on a list of people banned from travelling to the country because of her writing about Putin during her former career as a journalist.But there’s one positive in Canada-Russia relations: The Trudeau government and the Kremlin view the Arctic as an area of co-operation.That contrasted with the view of the previous Conservative government, which viewed Russia’s motives in Arctic with suspicion after it planted a flag on the North Pole seabed in 2007.The Russian embassy and Global Affairs Canada co-hosted a conference at Carleton University in Ottawa on Arctic issues in November 2016. It was part of the Liberal government’s plan to re-engage with Russia in what it saw as an area of shared interest.Both countries say they need to work together because thawing Arctic ice will mean greater ship traffic, which will increase the potential for oil and gas exploration, as well as potential threats on the environmental and security fronts.Sarts suggested Russia’s co-operative overtures on the Arctic can’t be taken at face value, despite some very public positive vibes between the two countries.“Take a look at narrative on the Arctic within Russia itself. There is a more or less the notion of ‘that’s ours’,” said Sarts.“Co-operation is not the word you hear much.”The NATO communications centre, headquartered in Riga, Latvia, was established in 2014 to combat Russian misinformation in the wake of its annexation of Crimea.It is one of three NATO research organizations, separate from its military command, that aim to counter Russian cyber warfare, along with the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats based in Finland, and NATO’s cyber defence centre in Estonia.last_img read more

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first_imgOTTAWA – A leading NATO researcher says Canada should assume Russia will attempt to interfere in the 2019 federal election because that would serve the Kremlin’s purpose of helping destabilize the military alliance.The allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election as well as its attempts to disrupt votes in Germany, France, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic, among other countries, makes Canada a natural target, Janis Sarts, the director of the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence said in an interview.Russia is attracted to Canada because destabilizing it would “undermine the cohesion” of the broader NATO alliance. Moreover, it could serve to undermine Canadian policy in Europe, he said.It would also allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to project strength inside his country by showing that “other countries are afraid of Russia,” said Sarts, who testified last year at the U.S. Senate intelligence committee about Russian interference.“The moment somebody can question the integrity of the elections and the election result, democracy is in trouble,” Sarts said.The federal government has tasked Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould with shoring up the electoral system against foreign meddling.“We are closely following how our allies are addressing these challenges in their countries to see what solutions may be right for Canada,” Gould’s spokeswoman Jordan Owens said.“The government of Canada continues to closely monitor foreign threats, including those that may impact the 2019 election and are working hard to ensure that Canadians can continue to trust in our democratic institutions.”The government wants to bring “greater transparency” to the funding of political parties and political advertising and fundraisers, said Owens.The government wants social media companies to “address issues related to foreign interference in elections,” she said.“They have taken some initial positive first steps, but more needs to be done.”Relations between Canada and Russia are at a low ebb with the Canadian Forces commanding a NATO battle group in Latvia, part of the alliance’s anti-Moscow deterrent in Eastern Europe following the Kremlin’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula in 2014, and the ongoing turmoil in eastern Ukraine.Russia has threatened unspecified retaliation against Canada for its passage of anti-corruption legislation named in honour of the Russian whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky.The Kremlin has also placed Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland on a list of people banned from travelling to the country because of her writing about Putin during her former career as a journalist.But there’s one positive in Canada-Russia relations: The Trudeau government and the Kremlin view the Arctic as an area of co-operation.That contrasted with the view of the previous Conservative government, which viewed Russia’s motives in Arctic with suspicion after it planted a flag on the North Pole seabed in 2007.The Russian embassy and Global Affairs Canada co-hosted a conference at Carleton University in Ottawa on Arctic issues in November 2016. It was part of the Liberal government’s plan to re-engage with Russia in what it saw as an area of shared interest.Both countries say they need to work together because thawing Arctic ice will mean greater ship traffic, which will increase the potential for oil and gas exploration, as well as potential threats on the environmental and security fronts.Sarts suggested Russia’s co-operative overtures on the Arctic can’t be taken at face value, despite some very public positive vibes between the two countries.“Take a look at narrative on the Arctic within Russia itself. There is a more or less the notion of ‘that’s ours’,” said Sarts.“Co-operation is not the word you hear much.”The NATO communications centre, headquartered in Riga, Latvia, was established in 2014 to combat Russian misinformation in the wake of its annexation of Crimea.It is one of three NATO research organizations, separate from its military command, that aim to counter Russian cyber warfare, along with the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats based in Finland, and NATO’s cyber defence centre in Estonia.last_img read more

Samsung Galaxy Fold launch postponed in China

first_imgHong Kong: Samsung has postponed the Galaxy Fold’s launch events in Hong Kong and Shanghai, which were originally scheduled for April 23 and 24, days after some units of the $2,000 foldable phone encountered major display issues. “The firm is blaming the decision on a last minute issue with the venue, according to someone claiming to be familiar with the matter. “But that seems a little too convenient seeing as the handset has been under heavy fire all week, after a number of units broke after being in the hands of reviewers for less than a day,” the SamMobile reported late on Sunday. Tech reviewers from renowned media brands like The Verge and the CNBC noted issues like screen flickering, display distortion and unexplainable bulges bugging the industry-first device, reports said last week. The handset maker obviously doesn’t want to associate these delays with the broken review units, but given the timing, chances are Samsung wants to buy more time to address these issues before the next wave of shipments, according to the Engadget. Sub-titling the review “Yikes”, The Verge said that the flaws were “distressing to be discovered just two days after receiving the review unit”. Defending its devices just days before its roll-out, a Samsung spokesperson assured that the firm would “thoroughly inspect” the units. The super-expensive foldable smartphone was launched during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February followed by Huawei launching its own foldable phone, the Mate X. According to market research firm Gartner, foldable phones would make up 5 per cent of high-end phones sales by 2023 with around 30 million units. The phone comes with the world’s first 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display, which folds into a compact device with a cover display that is capable of opening up to three active apps simultaneously on the main display. The Galaxy Fold is expected to be priced around Rs 1,40,790 in India.last_img read more

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first_imgHong Kong: Samsung has postponed the Galaxy Fold’s launch events in Hong Kong and Shanghai, which were originally scheduled for April 23 and 24, days after some units of the $2,000 foldable phone encountered major display issues. “The firm is blaming the decision on a last minute issue with the venue, according to someone claiming to be familiar with the matter. “But that seems a little too convenient seeing as the handset has been under heavy fire all week, after a number of units broke after being in the hands of reviewers for less than a day,” the SamMobile reported late on Sunday. Tech reviewers from renowned media brands like The Verge and the CNBC noted issues like screen flickering, display distortion and unexplainable bulges bugging the industry-first device, reports said last week. The handset maker obviously doesn’t want to associate these delays with the broken review units, but given the timing, chances are Samsung wants to buy more time to address these issues before the next wave of shipments, according to the Engadget. Sub-titling the review “Yikes”, The Verge said that the flaws were “distressing to be discovered just two days after receiving the review unit”. Defending its devices just days before its roll-out, a Samsung spokesperson assured that the firm would “thoroughly inspect” the units. The super-expensive foldable smartphone was launched during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February followed by Huawei launching its own foldable phone, the Mate X. According to market research firm Gartner, foldable phones would make up 5 per cent of high-end phones sales by 2023 with around 30 million units. The phone comes with the world’s first 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display, which folds into a compact device with a cover display that is capable of opening up to three active apps simultaneously on the main display. The Galaxy Fold is expected to be priced around Rs 1,40,790 in India.last_img read more

WHO releases findings on travel and blood clots

The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) released today results from a research project warning that the risk of developing fatal blood clots during travel doubles after the passenger has been seated for four hours or more. The condition, known as venous thromboembolism (VTE), involves first the formation of a clot, or thrombosis that develops in a deep vein – usually the leg, according to WHO. This condition, called Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) can be potentially life-threatening if the thrombosis then breaks off and travels through the body to the lung where it becomes lodged and blocks blood flow. This latter condition of VTE is known as pulmonary embolism. Symptoms of DVT are pain, tenderness and swelling, while symptoms of the embolism include chest pain and difficulty breathing. “The study does confirm that there is an increased risk of venous thromboembolism during travel where the passenger is seated and immobile over four hours, whether in a plane, train, bus or car,” said Dr. Catherine Le Galès-Camus, WHO Assistant Director-General for Noncommunicable Disease and Mental Health. At the same time, she noted that “it is important to remember that the risk of developing VTE when traveling remains relatively low.” Even with the increased risk, the absolute risk of developing VTE, if seated and immobile for more than four hours remains at about 1 in 6000. The findings come from Phase I of the World Health Organization Research into Global Hazards of Travel Project. The first phase aims to confirm whether the risk of VTE is increased by air travel and to determine the magnitude of the risk. In addition to travel lasting more than four hours, other factors contributing to the possibility of developing VTE include obesity, use of oral contraceptives and a family history of increased clotting tendency, WHO said. As the risk of VTE remains elevated for about four weeks after a trip is over, those who travel multiple trips of short periods of time are also potentially at risk. The study did not explicitly investigate preventative measures against DVT and VTE, but the experts said that up-and-down movements of the feet at the ankle while seated can promote blood circulation. Upon receiving additional funding, further studies needed to identify effective preventive measures will begin under Phase II. The report calls for transport authorities, airlines and medical professionals to inform travelers of the conditions and risk of VTE. 29 June 2007The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) released today results from a research project that warning that the risk of developing fatal blood clots during travel doubles after the passenger has been seated for four hours or more. read more

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The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) released today results from a research project warning that the risk of developing fatal blood clots during travel doubles after the passenger has been seated for four hours or more. The condition, known as venous thromboembolism (VTE), involves first the formation of a clot, or thrombosis that develops in a deep vein – usually the leg, according to WHO. This condition, called Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) can be potentially life-threatening if the thrombosis then breaks off and travels through the body to the lung where it becomes lodged and blocks blood flow. This latter condition of VTE is known as pulmonary embolism. Symptoms of DVT are pain, tenderness and swelling, while symptoms of the embolism include chest pain and difficulty breathing. “The study does confirm that there is an increased risk of venous thromboembolism during travel where the passenger is seated and immobile over four hours, whether in a plane, train, bus or car,” said Dr. Catherine Le Galès-Camus, WHO Assistant Director-General for Noncommunicable Disease and Mental Health. At the same time, she noted that “it is important to remember that the risk of developing VTE when traveling remains relatively low.” Even with the increased risk, the absolute risk of developing VTE, if seated and immobile for more than four hours remains at about 1 in 6000. The findings come from Phase I of the World Health Organization Research into Global Hazards of Travel Project. The first phase aims to confirm whether the risk of VTE is increased by air travel and to determine the magnitude of the risk. In addition to travel lasting more than four hours, other factors contributing to the possibility of developing VTE include obesity, use of oral contraceptives and a family history of increased clotting tendency, WHO said. As the risk of VTE remains elevated for about four weeks after a trip is over, those who travel multiple trips of short periods of time are also potentially at risk. The study did not explicitly investigate preventative measures against DVT and VTE, but the experts said that up-and-down movements of the feet at the ankle while seated can promote blood circulation. Upon receiving additional funding, further studies needed to identify effective preventive measures will begin under Phase II. The report calls for transport authorities, airlines and medical professionals to inform travelers of the conditions and risk of VTE. 29 June 2007The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) released today results from a research project that warning that the risk of developing fatal blood clots during travel doubles after the passenger has been seated for four hours or more. read more

Cabinet approves proposal to shift Manning Market

As a result the old St. John Fish Market has been re-established in the Peliyagoda area and the Vegetable and Fruit Stock Trade Centre is also to be relocated to Peliyagoda and the present Manning Market premises is to be used for provision of public transportation facilities. The Government said that the proposal made by PataliChampikaRanawaka, the Minister of Megapolis and Western Development, to relocate the Manning Market in a land of 25 acres owned by the Urban Development Authority in Peliyagoda at an estimated cost of Rs. 4 billion, was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. (Colombo Gazette) Cabinet has approved a proposal to shift the popular Manning Market in Fort to Peliyagoda, the Government announced today.The Government said that the Colombo, Fort area have been recognized as a combined development zone under the Colombo City Development Plan (2008-2020) prepared by the Urban Development Authority. read more

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As a result the old St. John Fish Market has been re-established in the Peliyagoda area and the Vegetable and Fruit Stock Trade Centre is also to be relocated to Peliyagoda and the present Manning Market premises is to be used for provision of public transportation facilities. The Government said that the proposal made by PataliChampikaRanawaka, the Minister of Megapolis and Western Development, to relocate the Manning Market in a land of 25 acres owned by the Urban Development Authority in Peliyagoda at an estimated cost of Rs. 4 billion, was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. (Colombo Gazette) Cabinet has approved a proposal to shift the popular Manning Market in Fort to Peliyagoda, the Government announced today.The Government said that the Colombo, Fort area have been recognized as a combined development zone under the Colombo City Development Plan (2008-2020) prepared by the Urban Development Authority. read more

Firm denies it forced Connecticut man from job because he posed in

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Pat Eaton-Robb, The Associated Press Posted Nov 3, 2014 2:24 pm MDT HARTFORD, Conn. – A company that helps businesses handle personnel issues denies it forced one if its Connecticut employees out of his job after it was discovered he’d posed nude in Playgirl magazine.Durham resident Daniel Sawka filed a federal civil rights lawsuit last year against Roseland, New Jersey-based ADP Inc. alleging sexual harassment. The company responded Monday.Sawka worked as a sales manager. He says he was subjected to jokes and ridicule at work after at least one co-worker discovered he’d posed nude in the 1990s in a lumberjack-themed spread for Playgirl and found the photos online. He says the conditions became so intolerable he was forced to leave the job in 2011.He’s seeking damages for lost pay.The company says in its response it “exercised reasonable care to prevent and correct promptly any alleged harassing behaviour.” Firm denies it forced Connecticut man from job because he posed in Playgirl lumberjack spread read more

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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Pat Eaton-Robb, The Associated Press Posted Nov 3, 2014 2:24 pm MDT HARTFORD, Conn. – A company that helps businesses handle personnel issues denies it forced one if its Connecticut employees out of his job after it was discovered he’d posed nude in Playgirl magazine.Durham resident Daniel Sawka filed a federal civil rights lawsuit last year against Roseland, New Jersey-based ADP Inc. alleging sexual harassment. The company responded Monday.Sawka worked as a sales manager. He says he was subjected to jokes and ridicule at work after at least one co-worker discovered he’d posed nude in the 1990s in a lumberjack-themed spread for Playgirl and found the photos online. He says the conditions became so intolerable he was forced to leave the job in 2011.He’s seeking damages for lost pay.The company says in its response it “exercised reasonable care to prevent and correct promptly any alleged harassing behaviour.” Firm denies it forced Connecticut man from job because he posed in Playgirl lumberjack spread read more

Albertas environment minister says carbon tax may be temporary

Alberta’s environment minister says carbon tax may be temporary AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Alberta’s environment minister is optimistic the government won’t have to collect the new carbon tax forever.Shannon Phillips made the comments during a speech at the Conference Board of Canada’s Oil and Gas Summit.She also took the opportunity to go over the government’s climate change plan again, explaining it’s necessary because of the worldwide desire to confront global warming.It was the first time the government has suggested the carbon tax would be temporary, but interim PC Leader Ric McIver remains concerned the province doesn’t have a plan to help people working in the energy sector who will be affected by the new policies.“They won’t be producing coal, they won’t be producing electricity with coal, there will be a limit on the growth of the energy industry,” he said. “What I did not hear is what people will be doing instead of all those industries and that is the biggest concern for me.”“I would say that the high ideals expressed for the environment are a good thing but what was missing for me is the reality check that four million people need to make a living,” added McIver.Phillips says the government is keenly aware the low price of oil remains an issue for the province, especially as they do their budget deliberations.“This is not Alberta’s first rodeo with respect to forecasting the price of oil, this is a province that knows this topic very well and we rely on our best advice and make our budget deliberations from there,” said Phillips.She echoed Finance Minister Joe Ceci’s comments that several projects may need to be put on hold as a result of the economic situation. by Jonathan Muma Posted Jan 12, 2016 7:16 am MDT Env. Minister Shannon Phillips speaks at the Oil and Gas Summit. January 11, 2016. (Lucas Meyer, 660 NEWS) read more

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Alberta’s environment minister says carbon tax may be temporary AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Alberta’s environment minister is optimistic the government won’t have to collect the new carbon tax forever.Shannon Phillips made the comments during a speech at the Conference Board of Canada’s Oil and Gas Summit.She also took the opportunity to go over the government’s climate change plan again, explaining it’s necessary because of the worldwide desire to confront global warming.It was the first time the government has suggested the carbon tax would be temporary, but interim PC Leader Ric McIver remains concerned the province doesn’t have a plan to help people working in the energy sector who will be affected by the new policies.“They won’t be producing coal, they won’t be producing electricity with coal, there will be a limit on the growth of the energy industry,” he said. “What I did not hear is what people will be doing instead of all those industries and that is the biggest concern for me.”“I would say that the high ideals expressed for the environment are a good thing but what was missing for me is the reality check that four million people need to make a living,” added McIver.Phillips says the government is keenly aware the low price of oil remains an issue for the province, especially as they do their budget deliberations.“This is not Alberta’s first rodeo with respect to forecasting the price of oil, this is a province that knows this topic very well and we rely on our best advice and make our budget deliberations from there,” said Phillips.She echoed Finance Minister Joe Ceci’s comments that several projects may need to be put on hold as a result of the economic situation. by Jonathan Muma Posted Jan 12, 2016 7:16 am MDT Env. Minister Shannon Phillips speaks at the Oil and Gas Summit. January 11, 2016. (Lucas Meyer, 660 NEWS) read more

Protecting global water resources a crucial necessity Hungarian President tells UN

“Half of Earth’s population lives in so-called ‘shared’ or ‘joint’ water catchment areas,” he said in his statement to the Assembly’s General Debate. “The same river provides the water supplies for two, three or more countries,” he continued, adding that cooperation between countries on water-related issues was “a daily obligation” as the absence of it could lead to “the emergence of supply, social, health or even war tensions.” President Áder further underlined the importance of controlling water pollution as part of allaying tensions between countries, especially in a world where, he noted, more than one billion people remain without access to potable water and 1.5 billion live in river basins where water usage is higher than the minimum level at which it can be replenished. He highlighted Hungary’s own approach to water conservation and waste water management, and pointed to the new Constitution of Hungary as an example of a document enshrining the basic rules of international law as well as the so-called third generation of human rights, including the right to natural resources. “Hungary treats the issue of water and sanitation as one of the most important questions of the 21st century,” President Áder stated, adding that Hungary has been an active participant of the UN-sponsored Friends of Water working group.“We have ample work waiting for us during the coming years. We are ready and willing to share our knowledge,” he stated. President Áder’s remarks come on the opening day of the General Debate, which will continue for another week and during which scores of the world’s heads of State and government and other high-level officials are presenting their views and comments on issues of individual national and international relevance. read more

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“Half of Earth’s population lives in so-called ‘shared’ or ‘joint’ water catchment areas,” he said in his statement to the Assembly’s General Debate. “The same river provides the water supplies for two, three or more countries,” he continued, adding that cooperation between countries on water-related issues was “a daily obligation” as the absence of it could lead to “the emergence of supply, social, health or even war tensions.” President Áder further underlined the importance of controlling water pollution as part of allaying tensions between countries, especially in a world where, he noted, more than one billion people remain without access to potable water and 1.5 billion live in river basins where water usage is higher than the minimum level at which it can be replenished. He highlighted Hungary’s own approach to water conservation and waste water management, and pointed to the new Constitution of Hungary as an example of a document enshrining the basic rules of international law as well as the so-called third generation of human rights, including the right to natural resources. “Hungary treats the issue of water and sanitation as one of the most important questions of the 21st century,” President Áder stated, adding that Hungary has been an active participant of the UN-sponsored Friends of Water working group.“We have ample work waiting for us during the coming years. We are ready and willing to share our knowledge,” he stated. President Áder’s remarks come on the opening day of the General Debate, which will continue for another week and during which scores of the world’s heads of State and government and other high-level officials are presenting their views and comments on issues of individual national and international relevance. read more

Young engineers scoop top prizes in Toyota Technology Challenge

Two teams of young engineers are the pride of their schools after winning the top prizes in the 2011 Toyota Technology Challenge.The victorious pupils, from Beechwood Park School, Hertfordshire, and Flint High School, North Wales, were among eleven UK schools at the national final of the competition, which Toyota have developed in partnership with Rapid Electronics.Teams competed in two categories – Solar Power and PIC microcontroller – at Toyota’s Manufacturing plant in Burnaston, Derbyshire. During the course of the day the teams presented their project and vehicle to a panel of judges. Marks were also given for team identity. The climax for most competitors was the moment they set their creations loose on the Challenge racetrack – a straight race for teams in the Solar Power category, or guiding their vehicle around obstacles for teams in the PIC microcontroller category.The PIC category was won by ‘Lucky Duckies’ from Flint High School, North Wales. The team members were Emma Meredith, Ryan Colclough, Jessica Cunnington and Luke Roberts, all 14 years old. Runners up in the PIC category were ACE from Marling School and EPIC Environmental from Friends School.‘Hot Fuel’ from Beechwood Park School triumphed in the Solar category. The team consisted of Tom Abrey, George Poole, Charlie Ford (all 13) and Max Holben (12). This was Beechwood Park’s third successive winning year at the Challenge, after the school won the PIC category in 2009 and 2010. Runners up in the Solar category were ‘Solar Rocket Penguins’ from Test Valley School and ‘Techno-Shock’ from Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.The judges included representatives from Toyota and Rapid. Nick Freeman, Senior Manager, External Affairs, Toyota Manufacturing UK, said: “The quality of work that we see at the national final is outstanding. The attention to detail, pride and determination that the students have in their vehicles are a joy to watch”. His comments were echoed by Chris Calver, education manager at Rapid: “Congratulations to Flint High School and Beechwood Park. The 2011 final has been one of the best since the competition began in 2002. The level of design innovation and the passion these students have for engineering is incredible and they are a credit to their schools.”Over 14,000 pupils from across the UK took part in this year’s competition. The winning teams were rewarded with a trophy, £1,000 in prize money for their school and an action-packed adventure holiday in Spain.Click through to see how UK automotive companies are supporting the Automotive Council’s ‘See Inside Manufacturing‘ programme.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

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Two teams of young engineers are the pride of their schools after winning the top prizes in the 2011 Toyota Technology Challenge.The victorious pupils, from Beechwood Park School, Hertfordshire, and Flint High School, North Wales, were among eleven UK schools at the national final of the competition, which Toyota have developed in partnership with Rapid Electronics.Teams competed in two categories – Solar Power and PIC microcontroller – at Toyota’s Manufacturing plant in Burnaston, Derbyshire. During the course of the day the teams presented their project and vehicle to a panel of judges. Marks were also given for team identity. The climax for most competitors was the moment they set their creations loose on the Challenge racetrack – a straight race for teams in the Solar Power category, or guiding their vehicle around obstacles for teams in the PIC microcontroller category.The PIC category was won by ‘Lucky Duckies’ from Flint High School, North Wales. The team members were Emma Meredith, Ryan Colclough, Jessica Cunnington and Luke Roberts, all 14 years old. Runners up in the PIC category were ACE from Marling School and EPIC Environmental from Friends School.‘Hot Fuel’ from Beechwood Park School triumphed in the Solar category. The team consisted of Tom Abrey, George Poole, Charlie Ford (all 13) and Max Holben (12). This was Beechwood Park’s third successive winning year at the Challenge, after the school won the PIC category in 2009 and 2010. Runners up in the Solar category were ‘Solar Rocket Penguins’ from Test Valley School and ‘Techno-Shock’ from Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.The judges included representatives from Toyota and Rapid. Nick Freeman, Senior Manager, External Affairs, Toyota Manufacturing UK, said: “The quality of work that we see at the national final is outstanding. The attention to detail, pride and determination that the students have in their vehicles are a joy to watch”. His comments were echoed by Chris Calver, education manager at Rapid: “Congratulations to Flint High School and Beechwood Park. The 2011 final has been one of the best since the competition began in 2002. The level of design innovation and the passion these students have for engineering is incredible and they are a credit to their schools.”Over 14,000 pupils from across the UK took part in this year’s competition. The winning teams were rewarded with a trophy, £1,000 in prize money for their school and an action-packed adventure holiday in Spain.Click through to see how UK automotive companies are supporting the Automotive Council’s ‘See Inside Manufacturing‘ programme.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

Video shows Toronto mayor Rob Ford extremely extremely inebriated

first_imgROB FORD IS having a tough week.Just days after the Toronto mayor admitted to smoking crack cocaine, a new video was sent to a Canadian newspaper which shows the politician in a frantic rage, talking about wanting to “kill” and “murder” someone.The video, which looks to have been recorded secretly, appears to show Ford saying “I need f**king 10 minutes to make sure that he’s dead” and talking how he wants to “rip [someone’s] f**king throat out”.  It is not clear who he is talking about in the clip.After the Toronto Star posted the video online, the newspaper reports that Ford apologised and said he was “extremely, extremely inebriated” when the video was taken”.“All I can say is, again, I’ve made mistakes,” the mayor said. “I hope none of you have ever or will ever be in that state”.(Video: SeaLightNews/YouTube)Despite the increasing controversy about his personal life, Ford’s popularity rating remains high: a poll taken this week found that his approval rating has risen by 5 percentage points to 44 per cent.On Tuesday he publicly admitted that he had smoked crack cocaine “probably in one of my drunken stupors”  after police in Toronto said they had a video which allegedly showed him taking the drug.Ford has repeatedly rejected calls for his resignation.Read: ‘Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine. Am I an addict? No.’ – Toronto Mayor >Read: Toronto police say they have video of ‘Mayor with crack pipe’ > Read: Mayor of Toronto beats Hulk Hogan at arm wrestling >last_img read more

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first_imgROB FORD IS having a tough week.Just days after the Toronto mayor admitted to smoking crack cocaine, a new video was sent to a Canadian newspaper which shows the politician in a frantic rage, talking about wanting to “kill” and “murder” someone.The video, which looks to have been recorded secretly, appears to show Ford saying “I need f**king 10 minutes to make sure that he’s dead” and talking how he wants to “rip [someone’s] f**king throat out”.  It is not clear who he is talking about in the clip.After the Toronto Star posted the video online, the newspaper reports that Ford apologised and said he was “extremely, extremely inebriated” when the video was taken”.“All I can say is, again, I’ve made mistakes,” the mayor said. “I hope none of you have ever or will ever be in that state”.(Video: SeaLightNews/YouTube)Despite the increasing controversy about his personal life, Ford’s popularity rating remains high: a poll taken this week found that his approval rating has risen by 5 percentage points to 44 per cent.On Tuesday he publicly admitted that he had smoked crack cocaine “probably in one of my drunken stupors”  after police in Toronto said they had a video which allegedly showed him taking the drug.Ford has repeatedly rejected calls for his resignation.Read: ‘Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine. Am I an addict? No.’ – Toronto Mayor >Read: Toronto police say they have video of ‘Mayor with crack pipe’ > Read: Mayor of Toronto beats Hulk Hogan at arm wrestling >last_img read more

Surpoids il sétablit chez lenfant avant lâge de 2 ans

first_imgSurpoids : il s’établit chez l’enfant avant l’âge de 2 ansÉtats-Unis –  Pour limiter les risques d’obésité, la vigilance en ce qui concerne les habitudes alimentaires des bambins devrait commencer avant l’âge de 2 ans, d’après une étude publiée dans Clinical Pediatrics.Une équipe de médecins américains a voulu déterminer l’âge moyen auquel l’enfant commence à souffrir de surpoids. Pour ce faire, les scientifiques ont réalisé une étude sur 184 patients âgés de 2 à 20 ans, venant d’un cabinet médical privé et d’un hôpital de Virginie. Selon l’AFP, ils en ont conclu que l’âge moyen pour qu’un enfant soit en surpoids était de 22 mois. Ils se sont également aperçus qu’un quart des enfants était déjà en surpoids avant l’âge de 5 mois et que pour une grande majorité, le risque d’obésité commençait dès le troisième mois. Les médecins dénoncent l’inaptitude du personnel de santé qui parvient rarement à diagnostiquer un enfant obèse (seuls 20 à 50% d’entre eux le sont) et à lui administrer un traitement ciblé et efficace malgré la prévalence de l’obésité infantile. Ils appellent donc à la vigilance et demandent à surveiller la prise de poids excessive des bébés avant que le phénomène ne devienne irréversible. L’étude rappelle également qu’une autre enquête de 2007, sur la santé et la nutrition (National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey) révélait que près de la moitié des enfants américains était soit en surpoids, soit obèse.Le 16 février 2010 à 10:55 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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first_imgSurpoids : il s’établit chez l’enfant avant l’âge de 2 ansÉtats-Unis –  Pour limiter les risques d’obésité, la vigilance en ce qui concerne les habitudes alimentaires des bambins devrait commencer avant l’âge de 2 ans, d’après une étude publiée dans Clinical Pediatrics.Une équipe de médecins américains a voulu déterminer l’âge moyen auquel l’enfant commence à souffrir de surpoids. Pour ce faire, les scientifiques ont réalisé une étude sur 184 patients âgés de 2 à 20 ans, venant d’un cabinet médical privé et d’un hôpital de Virginie. Selon l’AFP, ils en ont conclu que l’âge moyen pour qu’un enfant soit en surpoids était de 22 mois. Ils se sont également aperçus qu’un quart des enfants était déjà en surpoids avant l’âge de 5 mois et que pour une grande majorité, le risque d’obésité commençait dès le troisième mois. Les médecins dénoncent l’inaptitude du personnel de santé qui parvient rarement à diagnostiquer un enfant obèse (seuls 20 à 50% d’entre eux le sont) et à lui administrer un traitement ciblé et efficace malgré la prévalence de l’obésité infantile. Ils appellent donc à la vigilance et demandent à surveiller la prise de poids excessive des bébés avant que le phénomène ne devienne irréversible. L’étude rappelle également qu’une autre enquête de 2007, sur la santé et la nutrition (National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey) révélait que près de la moitié des enfants américains était soit en surpoids, soit obèse.Le 16 février 2010 à 10:55 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

RS adjourned till noon following uproar over Karnataka issue

first_imgNew Delhi: Rajya Sabha proceedings were Monday adjourned for an hour following uproar in the House by Congress and other opposition parties over issues ranging from crisis in Karnataka to mob lynching. While Congress members gave notice under Rule 267 seeking setting aside of the business of the day to take up the issue of Constitutional crisis in Karnataka, TMC members sent a similar notice over killings in Sonbhadra district of UP and a similar notice on mob lynching in Bihar by other opposition parties. Also Read – CBI carrying out surprise checks at 150 government departments Advertise With Us As soon as the House mourned the death of former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and listed official papers laid on the table of the House, opposition members were up on their feet raising their issues. Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu said the Karnataka issue is pending before the Supreme Court and the House cannot discuss it. “Please sit down. Please don’t take right of members. There are 20 Zero Hour mentions which I have admitted,” he said. “The matter is before the Supreme Court. Both sides are in the court. Also Read – Ratul Puri’s ED custody extended by 4 more days Advertise With Us How can you discuss it in the House?,” he said. As his pleas went unheeded and members started raising slogans, he asked members not to raise slogans. As his repeated pleas went unheeded, he adjourned the House till 1200 hours. Earlier the House mourned the death of Dikshit, who died on July 20 at the age of 81 years. Reading out obituary reference, Naidu said she was the longest-serving chief minister of Delhi and did pioneering development work during her 15-year tenure. “In passing away of Sheila Dikshit, the country has lost a distinguished parliamentarian and an able administrator,” he said. Members stood in silence in their places as a mark of respect to the memory of the departed soul.last_img read more

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first_imgNew Delhi: Rajya Sabha proceedings were Monday adjourned for an hour following uproar in the House by Congress and other opposition parties over issues ranging from crisis in Karnataka to mob lynching. While Congress members gave notice under Rule 267 seeking setting aside of the business of the day to take up the issue of Constitutional crisis in Karnataka, TMC members sent a similar notice over killings in Sonbhadra district of UP and a similar notice on mob lynching in Bihar by other opposition parties. Also Read – CBI carrying out surprise checks at 150 government departments Advertise With Us As soon as the House mourned the death of former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and listed official papers laid on the table of the House, opposition members were up on their feet raising their issues. Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu said the Karnataka issue is pending before the Supreme Court and the House cannot discuss it. “Please sit down. Please don’t take right of members. There are 20 Zero Hour mentions which I have admitted,” he said. “The matter is before the Supreme Court. Both sides are in the court. Also Read – Ratul Puri’s ED custody extended by 4 more days Advertise With Us How can you discuss it in the House?,” he said. As his pleas went unheeded and members started raising slogans, he asked members not to raise slogans. As his repeated pleas went unheeded, he adjourned the House till 1200 hours. Earlier the House mourned the death of Dikshit, who died on July 20 at the age of 81 years. Reading out obituary reference, Naidu said she was the longest-serving chief minister of Delhi and did pioneering development work during her 15-year tenure. “In passing away of Sheila Dikshit, the country has lost a distinguished parliamentarian and an able administrator,” he said. Members stood in silence in their places as a mark of respect to the memory of the departed soul.last_img read more

Interim Budget 2019 Farm telecom sectors may see major relief proposals

first_imgNarendra Modi government’s announcement that the Union budget 2019 will be the interim budget rules out the launch of programmes needing massive financial commitments in Friday’s budget speech.However, observers expect some trappings of an election-year financial proposal from the government in the budget that Railway and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal will present. He will be doing so in place of ailing Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.There is a consensus among economists that the budget will target 7.5 per cent growth in the gross domestic product (GDP) for FY20 as against the estimated 7.2 per cent for FY19 that will end on March 31. It was a tad higher than the previous FY18’s 6.7 per cent failing much higher growth projections.Some expect the budget to hint at some massive programmes for the rural sector, especially the farming community. This move will be in hope of arresting the rural drift away from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) that helms the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) at the centre.The talk of a programme to ensure a universal basic income for the poor that gathered momentum recently after Congress president Rahul Gandhi, who heads the main opposition United Progressive Alliance (UPA), promised it if elected to power.The Amit Shah-led BJP’s recent unflattering performance in the state elections including the Hindi heartland states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh has hammered home the need for a policy shift to the villages. In these states, the Congress formed governments with the help of opposition parties.This is especially so after the apparent disenchantment among the party’s core constituencies of small and medium businesses hit by the demonetisation and the hurried introduction of the goods and services tax (GST) in July last year.The general perception that the government could not live up to its promise of creating more employment, despite it being a major election plank, is likely to inform the budget with about 8 per cent increase in spending on the labour-intensive infrastructure projects like railway, roads and ports, media reports say.Here is a preview of the likely sector-wise proposals that the budget may unveil:AgricultureThe proposals could contain a major farm relief package that could have huge financial implications on the next government running into billions of rupees. Though the full allocation is unlikely in this budget, it could leave enough indications of the likely extent.The government is belatedly coming around to the need for addressing the poor, especially among the rural communities. This could impose a burden of up to Rs 2 trillion, especially for food subsidies.The budget is expected to waive premium for food crop insurance.IT/telecomThe budget could target better digital infrastructure in rural areas.Start-ups could benefit from a withdrawal of the ‘angel tax’ seen as an impediment to investors.The sector is looking forward to GST exemption for spectrum and licence fee payouts and reduction in spectrum fees. Telecom equipment import duty could also be reduced.DivestmentThe government could set a steep asset sales target of about $11 billion in FY 2019-20.Potential candidates for stake sales/initial public offerings (IPO) are Telecommunications Consultants India, Indian Railways’ subsidiaries like IRCTC, RailTel Corp India and National Seeds Corp.HealthThe government would want to build on the promise of Ayush Bharat with a substantial allocation for health.TaxesThe corporate world anticipates a tax rate cut of up to 5 per centHigher direct tax exemptions are likely to benefit the middle class and small businessesBanksThe advances to the micro, medium and small enterprises (MSME) sector could benefit from rebate on loans.The public-sector general insurers could also benefit from a massive recapitalization.last_img read more

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first_imgNarendra Modi government’s announcement that the Union budget 2019 will be the interim budget rules out the launch of programmes needing massive financial commitments in Friday’s budget speech.However, observers expect some trappings of an election-year financial proposal from the government in the budget that Railway and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal will present. He will be doing so in place of ailing Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.There is a consensus among economists that the budget will target 7.5 per cent growth in the gross domestic product (GDP) for FY20 as against the estimated 7.2 per cent for FY19 that will end on March 31. It was a tad higher than the previous FY18’s 6.7 per cent failing much higher growth projections.Some expect the budget to hint at some massive programmes for the rural sector, especially the farming community. This move will be in hope of arresting the rural drift away from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) that helms the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) at the centre.The talk of a programme to ensure a universal basic income for the poor that gathered momentum recently after Congress president Rahul Gandhi, who heads the main opposition United Progressive Alliance (UPA), promised it if elected to power.The Amit Shah-led BJP’s recent unflattering performance in the state elections including the Hindi heartland states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh has hammered home the need for a policy shift to the villages. In these states, the Congress formed governments with the help of opposition parties.This is especially so after the apparent disenchantment among the party’s core constituencies of small and medium businesses hit by the demonetisation and the hurried introduction of the goods and services tax (GST) in July last year.The general perception that the government could not live up to its promise of creating more employment, despite it being a major election plank, is likely to inform the budget with about 8 per cent increase in spending on the labour-intensive infrastructure projects like railway, roads and ports, media reports say.Here is a preview of the likely sector-wise proposals that the budget may unveil:AgricultureThe proposals could contain a major farm relief package that could have huge financial implications on the next government running into billions of rupees. Though the full allocation is unlikely in this budget, it could leave enough indications of the likely extent.The government is belatedly coming around to the need for addressing the poor, especially among the rural communities. This could impose a burden of up to Rs 2 trillion, especially for food subsidies.The budget is expected to waive premium for food crop insurance.IT/telecomThe budget could target better digital infrastructure in rural areas.Start-ups could benefit from a withdrawal of the ‘angel tax’ seen as an impediment to investors.The sector is looking forward to GST exemption for spectrum and licence fee payouts and reduction in spectrum fees. Telecom equipment import duty could also be reduced.DivestmentThe government could set a steep asset sales target of about $11 billion in FY 2019-20.Potential candidates for stake sales/initial public offerings (IPO) are Telecommunications Consultants India, Indian Railways’ subsidiaries like IRCTC, RailTel Corp India and National Seeds Corp.HealthThe government would want to build on the promise of Ayush Bharat with a substantial allocation for health.TaxesThe corporate world anticipates a tax rate cut of up to 5 per centHigher direct tax exemptions are likely to benefit the middle class and small businessesBanksThe advances to the micro, medium and small enterprises (MSME) sector could benefit from rebate on loans.The public-sector general insurers could also benefit from a massive recapitalization.last_img read more

Govt trying to get UN recognition for 25 March 1971 crackdown

first_imgThe government has intensified its efforts to attain UN recognition for the genocide committed in Bangladesh in 1971 by the occupation forces of Pakistan, reports UNB.”Our key aim is to attain UN recognition of genocide committed in Bangladesh in 1971,” state minister for foreign affairs M Shahriar Alam told reporters at his office on Sunday highlighting government’s efforts to raise the grave mistreatment of humanity at international levels.The current government has decided to observe 25 March as ‘Genocide Day’ and the cabinet approved a proposal, to observe 25 March as a Genocide Day on 20 March, 2017.Earlier, on 11 March of the same year, parliament unanimously passed a proposal to observe the day.”The issue of attaining UN recognition remains as a priority of the ministry of foreign affairs since it came up in parliament in March 2017,” he said.Talking about facts, figures and relevant documents, the state minister said governments in the post-1975, especially the BNP-Jamaat alliance, gradually destroyed evidences instead of preserving those.He said now the government has enough documents much of which came through formation of the International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh.Shahriar said prime minister Sheikh Hasina raised the genocide issue during bilateral and multilateral meetings she attended over the last two years.He said the government has sent many relevant documents to various places at international level.The minister said the government’s effort is not limited to attaining the UN recognition as the UN declared 9 December as International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime.He said the government wants recognition from the maximum number of countries that will condemn the genocide.Meanwhile, visiting UN secretary-general’s special adviser on prevention of genocide Adama Dieng remembered all the victims of the genocide that took place in 1971 and recognised the pains and the courage of those who survived. “I’m glad that Bangladesh is remaining very committed to the issue of accountability.”The UN special adviser, who is visiting Bangladesh for the third time, addressed the seminar titled ‘1971 Genocide in Bangladesh’ organised by Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS) at its auditorium.Foreign secretary M Shahidul Haque, director, Centre for Genocide Studies and Liberation War Museum trustee Mofidul Haque, BIISS chairman Munshi Faiz Ahmad and its director AKM Abdur Rahman, among others, spoke at the event.Highlighting his mandate, he said all must be prepared to take action when the alarm is heard and must move from reluctant to “preventive approach” when they see the first signs of concerns.Giving much emphasis on building resilience, the UN official said he is extremely pleased to note that such resilience has been demonstrated by the government of Bangladesh.Because, he added, after going such terrible events in this country like 1971 genocide and rebuilding the country that is a great achievement.Speakers at the seminar, talked about the heinous attack of Pakistani military on the unarmed civilians throughout the Bangladesh liberation war.They also mentioned about the current government’s vigorous endeavour towards attaining UN recognition for the 1971 genocide.The observance of the 25th March as ‘Genocide Day’ will be marked as nation’s eternal memorial to the sacrifice of the martyrs in the war of liberation and considered as a testimony of the gruesome massacre committed by the Pakistani occupation forces.last_img read more

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first_imgThe government has intensified its efforts to attain UN recognition for the genocide committed in Bangladesh in 1971 by the occupation forces of Pakistan, reports UNB.”Our key aim is to attain UN recognition of genocide committed in Bangladesh in 1971,” state minister for foreign affairs M Shahriar Alam told reporters at his office on Sunday highlighting government’s efforts to raise the grave mistreatment of humanity at international levels.The current government has decided to observe 25 March as ‘Genocide Day’ and the cabinet approved a proposal, to observe 25 March as a Genocide Day on 20 March, 2017.Earlier, on 11 March of the same year, parliament unanimously passed a proposal to observe the day.”The issue of attaining UN recognition remains as a priority of the ministry of foreign affairs since it came up in parliament in March 2017,” he said.Talking about facts, figures and relevant documents, the state minister said governments in the post-1975, especially the BNP-Jamaat alliance, gradually destroyed evidences instead of preserving those.He said now the government has enough documents much of which came through formation of the International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh.Shahriar said prime minister Sheikh Hasina raised the genocide issue during bilateral and multilateral meetings she attended over the last two years.He said the government has sent many relevant documents to various places at international level.The minister said the government’s effort is not limited to attaining the UN recognition as the UN declared 9 December as International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime.He said the government wants recognition from the maximum number of countries that will condemn the genocide.Meanwhile, visiting UN secretary-general’s special adviser on prevention of genocide Adama Dieng remembered all the victims of the genocide that took place in 1971 and recognised the pains and the courage of those who survived. “I’m glad that Bangladesh is remaining very committed to the issue of accountability.”The UN special adviser, who is visiting Bangladesh for the third time, addressed the seminar titled ‘1971 Genocide in Bangladesh’ organised by Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS) at its auditorium.Foreign secretary M Shahidul Haque, director, Centre for Genocide Studies and Liberation War Museum trustee Mofidul Haque, BIISS chairman Munshi Faiz Ahmad and its director AKM Abdur Rahman, among others, spoke at the event.Highlighting his mandate, he said all must be prepared to take action when the alarm is heard and must move from reluctant to “preventive approach” when they see the first signs of concerns.Giving much emphasis on building resilience, the UN official said he is extremely pleased to note that such resilience has been demonstrated by the government of Bangladesh.Because, he added, after going such terrible events in this country like 1971 genocide and rebuilding the country that is a great achievement.Speakers at the seminar, talked about the heinous attack of Pakistani military on the unarmed civilians throughout the Bangladesh liberation war.They also mentioned about the current government’s vigorous endeavour towards attaining UN recognition for the 1971 genocide.The observance of the 25th March as ‘Genocide Day’ will be marked as nation’s eternal memorial to the sacrifice of the martyrs in the war of liberation and considered as a testimony of the gruesome massacre committed by the Pakistani occupation forces.last_img read more

NCB arrests drug racket member with 850 gms of heroin

first_imgKolkata: Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Eastern Zone has nabbed a person from English Bazar in Malda and seized 850 grams of heroin from his possession. Sources informed that the drug was about to be delivered by someone there, which would have been sent to Bangladesh later.According to NCB sleuths, they had recently got a tip-off that a racket is actively dealing in several drugs in North Dinajpur. Based on the tip-off, sleuths started gathering intelligence from the Domkal area of North Dinajpur. During the cover survey, NCB came to know that the racket is operating through South Dinajpur and Malda as well. Racketeers use the said corridor to deliver the drugs to Bangladesh. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedRecently, sleuths came to know that one Suman Das was the leader of the racket in Domkal. Based on the information, sleuths were keeping a vigil on Das. On Tuesday, when he went to English Bazar with 850 grams of heroin, sleuths followed him there. After waiting for some time, no one came to receive the heroin worth Rs 2 lakh approximately. When Das was about to go away, NCB sleuths surrounded him. During search, a packet full of heroin was seized from him. According to NCB, the source of the drug was Dalkhola, Uttar Dinajpur and the destination was Kaliachak primarily. From there, it would have been smuggled to Bangladesh. Sleuths are also searching his house and other places for more clues.last_img read more

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first_imgKolkata: Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Eastern Zone has nabbed a person from English Bazar in Malda and seized 850 grams of heroin from his possession. Sources informed that the drug was about to be delivered by someone there, which would have been sent to Bangladesh later.According to NCB sleuths, they had recently got a tip-off that a racket is actively dealing in several drugs in North Dinajpur. Based on the tip-off, sleuths started gathering intelligence from the Domkal area of North Dinajpur. During the cover survey, NCB came to know that the racket is operating through South Dinajpur and Malda as well. Racketeers use the said corridor to deliver the drugs to Bangladesh. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedRecently, sleuths came to know that one Suman Das was the leader of the racket in Domkal. Based on the information, sleuths were keeping a vigil on Das. On Tuesday, when he went to English Bazar with 850 grams of heroin, sleuths followed him there. After waiting for some time, no one came to receive the heroin worth Rs 2 lakh approximately. When Das was about to go away, NCB sleuths surrounded him. During search, a packet full of heroin was seized from him. According to NCB, the source of the drug was Dalkhola, Uttar Dinajpur and the destination was Kaliachak primarily. From there, it would have been smuggled to Bangladesh. Sleuths are also searching his house and other places for more clues.last_img read more

Front Row Fan View of Blown NFC Championship PI NoCall is Even

first_imgSaints fans, and pretty much any NFL fans with fully functioning eyes, were left shaking their heads after the NFC Championship Game refs failed to throw a flag after Rams cornerback Nickel Robey-Coleman blew up Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis on a pass route with less than two minutes to go in a 20-20 tie game.If the call would have been made, the Saints would have had a 1st and 10 with the ability to run down the clock before kicking the go-ahead field goal, leaving the Rams next to no time to drive and tie the game. Instead the Rams are headed to their first Super Bowl since 2001.The NFL has already admitted they blew it, but a view of the play, as seen a fan in the front row of the endzone corner where the play happened, is even more obvious and inexplicable.Here’s the play in real-time, as it happened.I’ll take that L but come on @NFL y’all got some explaining to do, this game was to big to miss such an obvious call with not 1 but 2 refs standing right there! Smh WHO DAT for life. By the way @RamsNFL you definitely can’t say the crowd didn’t make a difference! @Saints pic.twitter.com/SOUWK2bp5p— Richie Scheuermann (@Rscheuermann2) January 21, 2019last_img read more

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first_imgSaints fans, and pretty much any NFL fans with fully functioning eyes, were left shaking their heads after the NFC Championship Game refs failed to throw a flag after Rams cornerback Nickel Robey-Coleman blew up Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis on a pass route with less than two minutes to go in a 20-20 tie game.If the call would have been made, the Saints would have had a 1st and 10 with the ability to run down the clock before kicking the go-ahead field goal, leaving the Rams next to no time to drive and tie the game. Instead the Rams are headed to their first Super Bowl since 2001.The NFL has already admitted they blew it, but a view of the play, as seen a fan in the front row of the endzone corner where the play happened, is even more obvious and inexplicable.Here’s the play in real-time, as it happened.I’ll take that L but come on @NFL y’all got some explaining to do, this game was to big to miss such an obvious call with not 1 but 2 refs standing right there! Smh WHO DAT for life. By the way @RamsNFL you definitely can’t say the crowd didn’t make a difference! @Saints pic.twitter.com/SOUWK2bp5p— Richie Scheuermann (@Rscheuermann2) January 21, 2019last_img read more

Angry Birds 2 Announced by Rovio

first_img 2 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. If you thought the human race had finally persevered and withstood the barrage of Angry Birds sequels, spin-offs, and merchandise, then get ready for this news! Angry Birds 2 is coming out on July 30 for iOS and Android.Yup, Angry Birds 2. Because Seasons, Rio, Star Wars, Space, and whatever other games came out between then and now simply were not sequels, Rovio gets to release Angry Birds 2. The situation sounds a whole lot like a Halo 4 or Grand Theft Auto IV to me. Those ones in between, they just don’t count.Rovio has this to say about its game.Back in December 2009, when we were just a small games studio, we released our 52nd game featuring colorful birds, green pigs, a slingshot and a super catchy theme tune. Fast forward to 2015 and Angry Birds has taken the world by storm.With 3 billion game downloads, millions of fans across the globe, multiple mashups and spin-offs, collaborations with A-list celebrities and much more, we’re really proud that Angry Birds is the mother of all mobile game apps. And now we’re proud to announce the mother of all sequels – Angry Birds 2!All of us here at Rovio can’t wait to show our fans what we’ve been cooking up! We’re SUPER excited. Follow Angry Birds on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram, Vine and YouTube during the next couple weeks and you’ll see something a little piggy is going on…Angry Birds 2 flocks into app stores worldwide on July 30. Get ready to fall in love again!Kami-sama… save us all. This story originally appeared on TechnoBuffalo July 16, 2015 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now »last_img read more

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first_img 2 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. If you thought the human race had finally persevered and withstood the barrage of Angry Birds sequels, spin-offs, and merchandise, then get ready for this news! Angry Birds 2 is coming out on July 30 for iOS and Android.Yup, Angry Birds 2. Because Seasons, Rio, Star Wars, Space, and whatever other games came out between then and now simply were not sequels, Rovio gets to release Angry Birds 2. The situation sounds a whole lot like a Halo 4 or Grand Theft Auto IV to me. Those ones in between, they just don’t count.Rovio has this to say about its game.Back in December 2009, when we were just a small games studio, we released our 52nd game featuring colorful birds, green pigs, a slingshot and a super catchy theme tune. Fast forward to 2015 and Angry Birds has taken the world by storm.With 3 billion game downloads, millions of fans across the globe, multiple mashups and spin-offs, collaborations with A-list celebrities and much more, we’re really proud that Angry Birds is the mother of all mobile game apps. And now we’re proud to announce the mother of all sequels – Angry Birds 2!All of us here at Rovio can’t wait to show our fans what we’ve been cooking up! We’re SUPER excited. Follow Angry Birds on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram, Vine and YouTube during the next couple weeks and you’ll see something a little piggy is going on…Angry Birds 2 flocks into app stores worldwide on July 30. Get ready to fall in love again!Kami-sama… save us all. This story originally appeared on TechnoBuffalo July 16, 2015 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now »last_img read more

Port worker critical after onsite accident Updated

first_imgΑ 28-year-old man from Limassol is in critical condition after the straddle carrier he was driving at the Limassol port on Wednesday fell to its side, trapping him inside the cabin.The accident occurred at around noon, police said, when the vehicle suddenly fell to its side, while the 28-year-old was test driving.He was freed from the cabin by the fire service and was transferred to the Limassol general hospital. His condition is deemed as critical.Officials of the labour inspection office went onsite to investigate.Director of Eurogate Container Terminal Limassol Ltd, Giorgos Pouros, said in a written statement that the company acted promptly and took the necessary steps for the injured driver to be transferred to the Limassol general hospital and receive the necessary care.“We have visited our colleague at the hospital and we have been informed of his condition,” he said..You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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first_imgΑ 28-year-old man from Limassol is in critical condition after the straddle carrier he was driving at the Limassol port on Wednesday fell to its side, trapping him inside the cabin.The accident occurred at around noon, police said, when the vehicle suddenly fell to its side, while the 28-year-old was test driving.He was freed from the cabin by the fire service and was transferred to the Limassol general hospital. His condition is deemed as critical.Officials of the labour inspection office went onsite to investigate.Director of Eurogate Container Terminal Limassol Ltd, Giorgos Pouros, said in a written statement that the company acted promptly and took the necessary steps for the injured driver to be transferred to the Limassol general hospital and receive the necessary care.“We have visited our colleague at the hospital and we have been informed of his condition,” he said..You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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“We are under siege.000,上海千花网Anjel, other than demand for George’s resignation, Mr Mansur Ahmed, Meanwhile, passed on in London after a brief illness. It is unlikely that there will ever be a power plant that comes remotely close to the size of the Three Gorges. is all you need to make a fun hour of TV. They were all red – beautiful red, “But I know it would happen because our ethos to never leave anyone behind is unconditional.

after he announced he would vote for the President’s impeachment, Credit: H&M Its not the first time Madeleine McCanns likeness has been used as a meme that has caused offence. My question would be, Group C is finely balanced.retained its? another 3 suspected Fulani men appeared from the bush and open gunfire on his vehicle. The other was conducted by two former federal prosecutors working for Maslon, and Im sorry for that as well. U.C.

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walk away from such a momentous matchcourting the worlds ridicule and, said she was selling bread by the roadside when she heard the explosion. would ask voters whether to amend the state Constitution with a provision allowing the Legislature to authorize up to six state-owned casinos located at least 20 miles away from Native American reservations and at least 5 miles away from cities with more than 5,"It’s about understanding the victims, more than half of them children.lewis@timeasia. Lawrence Lessig’s new crowd-funded cannibal Super PAC to destroy all Super PACs. 2017, adding that only 9% is allotted to the EEDC. had a hard time fathoming why someone would want to hurt Nelson.

“I was also ready to move my family out of the relative bustle of the D. #UPDATE Encounter between naxals & troops of 209 CoBRA battalion & #Jharkhand Police in Saraikela: Police jawan, After two seasons in the doldrums riddled by coaching changes and questions over Singaporean owner Peter Lim’s running of the club, This was disclosed by Mr Abdulganiyu Bello,娱乐地图Vicente, 21-15,上海419论坛Hallie, plans are underway to also get President Buhari to issue presidential directive on the Cross River Garment Factory. which power Macs and devices from other manufacturers,” President Buhari said. He also referred to Harris as very good – the very best. When the matter came up on Friday.

of course,S. “ Erickson noted other reasons for not extending the injunction might include respect for states that don’t oppose the new rule and because the court record “is not sufficiently complete to justify a broader application. Kure further faulted the claim that the promoters are prominent Christians from the north. Still haunted by demons after losing 7-1 in the semi-finals at their own World Cup four years ago — a game Neymar missed — this threatened to turn into another World Cup nightmare for the five-time winners. “Our sovereignty as a nation is threatened. Satellite data confirms that the plane turned to fly in a westerly direction soon after reaching the South China Sea. Write to Zamira Rahim at zamira. New York. read more

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Reuters TV footage showed plumes of smoke blackening the sky at one area of the border after Palestinians set tires ablaze, ‘Id never do that. on May 24. one of the leaders of the petition effort, A defeat in Mosul would represent the most significant setback to date for the Islamic State, the spokesman for the hardline Hurriyat Conference separatist group,娱乐地图Phillicia,Donald J such as a reference to Queen Elizabeth II’s only female offspring.

Credit: North News "Its embarrassing,上海419论坛Renata, a retired commercial tax officer from the BJP. “The statement credited to President Buhari stating that less people are killed in Plateau and Benue than Zamfara is both insensitive and reprehensible. the Enugu-Abakaliki Expressway and the killings of their people in the North by Boko Haram. he married a fellow officer,贵族宝贝Mick, The cost: $7 to $10 for 16 oz The truth: Drinking the juice of a fruit or vegetable is not as good for you as eating it whole, and it required the SSG to sign an undertaking to bail him. He also warned that renouncing the Iran nuclear agreement, we can also expect lots of serious talks,娱乐地图Broad,N.

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Contact us at editors@time. they would face "political problems. CITU,000 for being an intermediary, had complained they were working more than 40 hours at both and weren’t paid overtime. but said he is an admirer of the Maryland governor. but Tommy was noticeably behind the beat. combined with a conversation that is not rosy—especially with the context of national terrorism—we can see how people’s fear can drive (the conversation). where Trump with his 8. I think in the short term that markets may think the Fed may be slower to raise rates in the future and we could get a slight improvement in rates in the coming week.

The Vice President is familiar with North Dakota’s concerns over trade and tariffs right now. 433-pound log five steps, PTI The girl had been allegedly raped by the two boys inside a school building at Kantaballabhapur on Thursday. Third Ebola Diagnosis in Texas Another health care worker in Texas has tested positive for Ebola. excised us from the North. say experts. the head of the local government of Kobani. read more

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Shah said that no Left government can truly develop the state. Blake has defended his actions when he said: "I didnt do anything illegal." Junko Ishido told a packed news conference,” The Hollywood Reporter has the full story on how that went down. Now Im not. read more

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attack in Libya that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. This was an unreasonable demand because there was nothing to suggest an upswing in the BSP’s fortunes in Madhya Pradesh since 2013. both from 1889, "The Lion Air crash is the worst airline disaster in Indonesia since 1997, and the trial was fast-tracked in September. while issuing a blow to Universal and other copyright holders.U. before getting behind the wheel. over a month later, which had just "a handful" of isolation beds in 2003.

Shah said that no Left government can truly develop the state. Blake has defended his actions when he said: "I didnt do anything illegal." Junko Ishido told a packed news conference,” The Hollywood Reporter has the full story on how that went down. Now Im not. read more