No respect for coupinstalled rulers says Turkey in Egypt row

first_imgANKARA- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday his government would never respect military-installed rulers, in remarks made after Egypt’s expulsion of Ankara’s ambassador. “I will never respect those who come to power after coups,” Erdogan told reporters.Egypt announced earlier that it was downgrading its diplomatic relations with Ankara, and expelled the Turkish ambassador over Erdogan’s “provocative” criticism of Cairo, in the latest escalation of tensions between the two countries. In return, Ankara declared the Egyptian ambassador “persona non grata” and downgraded diplomatic relations to the level of charge d’affaires.Both Turkey and Egypt had recalled their respective envoys in August for consultations, but while the Turkish ambassador eventually returned to Cairo in September, Egyptian Abderahman Salah El-Din stayed home.The August 14 police and military crackdown on supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi sparked a storm of international condemnation and strained relations between Turkey and Egypt.Erdogan, a supporter of Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood, angered Egypt’s new rulers after calling the July ouster of Morsi an “unacceptable coup.”The Turkish premier said Saturday his government backed democracy movements in the world, adding: “We never respect those who do not respect the people’s sovereign rights.”After the spat with Cairo, Erdogan flashed the “Rabaa” salute during a rally in the northern Turkish city of Trabzon early on Saturday.He has often used the gesture during his ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) rallies to show solidarity with the Muslim Brotherhood.last_img read more

Murder solved after 19 years son arrested

However based on information received by the Galle Criminal Investigations unit launched an investigation. Investigators have identified the locations where the body parts of the victim was hidden. The suspects are to be produced in court today. A mysterious murder of a 70 year old man in Galle 19 years ago, who was initially reported missing, has been solved following police investigations and the son of the victim as well as the son-in-law of the victim have been arrested.The police media unit said this morning that the victim had been killed by the son in June 1993 and his boy was them cut in half and hidden at two locations with the help of his sister’s husband. The son had then three days later reported his father missing to the police in an attempt to conceal the  murder. read more

Government school teachers principals to launch union action

As a result the unions said that the school teachers, principals and administration officers who go on sick leave tomorrow.Aprotest march is also expected to be staged opposite the Education Ministry. (Colombo Gazette) Government school teachers and principals have decided to launch trade union action tomorrow.Trade unions representing the school teachers, principals and administration officers said they will launch trade union action against the appointments given in the state education sector to alleged victims of political revenge. read more

Broadcaster demands Australia police drop probe of reporters

CANBERRA, Australia — An Australian broadcaster has asked the government to drop a police investigation of two reporters who published leaked classified documents two years ago.Australian Broadcasting Corp. Managing Director David Anderson says he had written to Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton calling for police to drop their investigation of two ABC reporters.Dutton’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday.Government assurances that public sector leakers rather than journalists are the targets of raids on the ABC and News Corp. last month have come under question as new details have emerged of police efforts to track one reporter’s movements and to discover who reporters talk to by phone.Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has supported the ABC’s call for the investigation to end.The Associated Press read more

Federal leaders scatter across country as campaign ramps up in earnest

OTTAWA — The Liberals, Conservatives and New Democrats spent the day at the halfway point of the federal election campaign in their comfort zones.Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau talked about gun control. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promised to improve access to a tax credit, this time for people with disabilities. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh promised, once again, his party would bring in universal and affordable child care nationwide.All of them, meanwhile, went after each other for either promising to spend too much — or not enough, depending on who was talking.Trudeau was in Toronto Monday to speak with health-care professionals about what he promised a re-elected Liberal government would do about guns.That is a hot topic in a city that has seen 342 shootings involving 505 victims this year alone, according to Toronto police data. Twenty-nine of the injuries were fatal. The numbers changed throughout the day to reflect more incidents being recorded.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.Those proposed measures include outlawing the semi-automatic AR-15, which was used in many recent mass shootings in the United States, a buy-back program for legally purchased assault rifles and working with provinces and territories to allow cities to further restrict or ban handguns.“The choice for Canadians is crystal clear,” Trudeau said. “Liberals will strengthen gun control. Conservatives will weaken gun control.”Those were fighting words from Trudeau, even as some of the people who shared the stage with him in Toronto said his proposals are not strong enough.Scheer was also visiting familiar territory on Monday, as he went to Whitby, Ont., to propose legislation that would expand access to the federal disability tax credit, as well as make it easier for people to qualify for a registered savings plan for people with disabilities.“It’s so important that Canadians with a disability can care for themselves and parents can support their children without worrying about their bottom line,” said Scheer, who made the announcement in the riding once held by the late Jim Flaherty, the former Conservative finance minister — at a facility for people with disabilities Flaherty helped birth.Flaherty was an advocate for the disability community and so is his widow, Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott. One of their sons has special needs.The promise Scheer made Monday follows other pledges to re-introduce tax credits the Liberals have eliminated, including for public transit and recreation programs for children. It also comes after the Liberal government was accused, in 2017, of trying to make it harder for diabetics to qualify.“Imagine being told you’re insufficiently disabled to keep more of your own money to manage your own health,” said Scheer.Scheer also faced questions about his never having finished the licensing process to become an insurance broker, a job he says he had before politics. The party says he was accredited, but left the industry before getting his licence.On Monday, Scheer said he worked in an insurance office for about six or seven months in 2003 and that his tasks included supporting more senior staff and providing information to customers. He said licensed brokers finalized transactions.Out in Vancouver, Singh was promising to bring in universal child care, costing no more than $10 per day, across the country by 2030.“Our goal is to make sure that no kid goes without child care, that every family gets the child care they need,” said Singh.The NDP has long been pushing for such a national program, and made a similar promise to create one million spaces costing no more than $15 per day a central plank in their 2015 election platform under former leader Thomas Mulcair.Singh noted that the Liberals have also promised universal child care before, notably in the 1993 campaign that brought former prime minister Jean Chretien to power, but never brought it in. The Liberals did pledge $7.5 billion over 11 years to child care, but did not create a universal program.The Liberals released their election platform on Sunday, and its contents helped provide talking points to both Trudeau and his rivals.There is billions in new spending — $57 billion worth, according to the Conservatives’ critical math — to be financed in party by new taxes on the wealthy, large international corporations, foreign housing speculators and tech giants.There’s billions in red ink, too: the platform projects a $27.4-billion deficit next year, falling to $21 billion by the fourth year of what would be a second Liberal mandate, should Trudeau’s growth-and-investment approach win out over what he calls the cuts and austerity of the Conservatives.Scheer highlighted what Conservatives consider Liberal disregard for the federal balance sheet, an image Trudeau seemed to lean into Sunday as an important point of distinction between the two parties.“(Trudeau) has made billions of dollars in uncosted promises that will force him to either raise taxes, break promises or break the bank,” Scheer said.The platform does not include costing for the promise to introduce a national pharmacare program, which Trudeau noted would require negotiations with the provinces and territories.Singh, who suggested that means Trudeau was backing away from his promise to bring in universal pharmacare, which the NDP has promised to implement, portrayed the Liberals as a party that will also bring in cuts to services.He also said voters should not believe Trudeau when he describes the election as a choice between the Liberals and Tories.“Mr. Trudeau is going to scare you and say you have to settle for less, but you don’t have to settle for less,” Singh said.Green Leader Elizabeth May began her day in Vancouver, while People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier travelled to Windsor, Ont.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 30, 2019. read more

US sanctions TT citizen for alleged ISIS involvement

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedT&T preparing for deportation of would-be Islamic State combatantsAugust 2, 2016In “latest news”US identifies two Trinidadian nationals as financiers of ISISSeptember 20, 2018In “Regional”Caribbean News Round-upNovember 15, 2015In “Regional” TRINIDAD EXPRESS – The United States imposed sanctions Thursday on seven people for allegedly supporting the Islamic State group or al-Qaida.Among them is a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago,  Shane Dominic Crawford, who has been accused of being an ISIS terrorist.The State Department says the Trinidad and Tobago citizen is believed to be fighting for ISIS in Syria.US media say it is a sign of growing U.S. concern that the Caribbean island nation has unexpectedly emerged as a source of foreign fighters and money for IS.The U.S. said Crawford had served as an interpreter for IS, translating the group’s propaganda into English.He is the only person from the Western Hemisphere that has been named among those sanctioned.The State Department also declared El Shafee Elsheikh, one of the notorious British-sounding captors accused of executing hostages, to be a global terrorist. The U.S. said Elsheikh travelled to Syria in 2012 and first joined al-Qaida’s branch there, and then later joined IS, beheading more than 27 hostages and torturing others.The designations freeze any assets that Elsheikh and others targeted may have in the U.S. and bars Americans from doing business with them.The U.S. also targeted Anjem Choudary, one of Britain’s best-known radical Islamic preachers, who was sentenced last year to 5 1/2 years in prison for encouraging IS. For years, he ran groups in the U.K. under the names al-Muhajiroun, Islam4UK and Muslims Against Crusades.Several people who attended his rallies or events have been convicted of violent attacks. The State Department said Choudary has vowed to continue recruiting extremists while in prison.The latest round of targets indicated the U.S. is attempting to pursue IS followers who have sought to spread the extremist ideology in Southeast Asia and other areas far from Iraq and Syria.Muhammad Bahrun Naim Anggih Tamtomo, an Indonesian national, was targeted for allegedly helping associates in Indonesia plan attacks. And the U.S. said Muhammad Wanndy Bin Mohamed Jedi, of Malaysia, had ordered an IS cell in Malaysia to carry out multiple attacks there. The U.S. said Wanndy is based in Syria and Iraq, and Naim in Syria.A New Zealand native, Mark John Taylor, was targeted for fighting for IS in Syria for the last several years. The U.S. said he’d appeared in an IS propaganda video intended to inspire terror attacks in New Zealand and Australia.A Swedish member of al-Qaida, Sami Bouras, was an unusual addition to the list. The U.S. said Bouras, who is of Tunisian descent, had helped plan suicide attacks. read more

Viewer numbers for 811 Total Divas audience is up

first_img Google+ “Total Bellas” renewed for a fifth season, New episodes to premiere in early 2020 Facebook Leigh Sales and Lisa Wilkinson deserve gold Logies. WhatsApp Kanye West Netflix announces season three of GLOW set to premiere Friday, August 9 Felicity Huffman To Be Sentenced In College Admission Scandal Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Now Playing Up Next Jenna Fischer, Angela Kinsey Launching ‘Office’ Podcastcenter_img Twitter Last night’s 8/11 WWE Total Divas on E! drew 1.18 million viewers. This number is up from last week’s show that drew 1.01 million viewers.Source: Showbuzzdaily.comRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipKim Kardashian ‘Got in Trouble’ With Kanye For Daughter North Wearing MakeupVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:31/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:28 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Now Playing Up Next Kim Kardashian ‘Got in Trouble’ With Kanye For Daughter North Wearing Makeup Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Trade hopes lift Wall Street Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Match announced for next week’s 205 Live, 8-Man Elimination from TLC PPV in 2015last_img read more

Elderly woman missing after leaving Orchards home to go bowling

first_imgThe Clark County Sheriff’s Office is asking people to keep an eye out for an 83-year-old woman who went missing since checking out of her assisted living facility in Orchards late Wednesday morning.The sheriff’s office said Lunetta M. Hinzman was last seen around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, when she checked herself out of Brookdale Vancouver Orchards Assisted Living Facility, 10011 N.E. 118th Ave.She was going bowling at Hazel Dell Lanes but never arrived, according to the sheriff’s office.Hinzman was driving a dark blue 2001 Buick Park Avenue. The sedan has Washington license plates DP432111, which are plates for those with a disability.Hinzman is white, 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighs 165 pounds and has gray hair and brown eyes. The sheriff’s office said it didn’t have a clothing description, but said she wears Coke-bottle-style glasses.Family members told the sheriff’s office Hinzman is beginning to show signs of memory loss and may have forgotten how to get home. She’s also on daily medications, but none that are life-sustaining, the sheriff’s office added.The sheriff’s office asked anyone who spots Hinzman or her car to call 911.last_img read more

Reliance Communications Aircel likely to sign merger agreement in September

first_imgReliance Communications (RCom) and Aircel are likely to sign a merger contract by the first week of September to form the country’s third largest telecommunication company by subscriber base.The merged entity, which could cater to over 196 million subscribers, will carry over Rs. 14,000 crore in debt transferred from RCom and Aircel, says an earlier report. RCom had net debt of Rs. 41,362.1 crore at the end of the 2015-16 financial year, while Aircel’s debt figures are not available.”Term sheet between the two companies has been finalised. Definitive agreement for merger between the two companies is expected to be signed in a week or 10 days,” a source close to the development was quoted by PTI.The process for regulatory approval will begin after the merger agreement is signed. “It should take around four to six months time to complete the merger and then the combined entity will be rebranded,” the source added.The new company will have spectrum licence for all bandwidth which include 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz and 2300 MHz. The cash flow of the new company is estimated to be around Rs. 7,000 crore, while business from the first day is expected to touch Rs. 25,000 crore.Meanwhile, the merger between RCom and Sistema Shyam Teleservices is on hold because of Sistema’s issue over a spectrum contiguity levy imposed by the Department of Telecommunications.The two mergers are set in a backdrop where the debt-ridden telecom sector is said to have a debt burden of Rs. 3,50,000 crore. Reliance Jio is expected to exert 4G tariff pressure on telecom majors Airtel, Vodafone and Idea.Earlier, Idea had denied media reports on its merger with the second largest telecom firm Vodafone. According to Telecom Regulatory Authority’s February 2016 data, Vodafone had a market share of 19.16 per cent while Idea was close behind with 17.01 per cent market share.last_img read more

AL must relinquish power before polls BNP

first_imgLogo of BNPThe opposition BNP on Sunday warned that the Awami League government must quit as people will not allow holding of the national elections under prime minister Sheikh Hasina, reports UNB.Speaking at a press conference at the party’s Nayapaltan central office, BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi also trashed AL general secretary Obaidul Quader’s comment that Khaleda Zia’s release is not possible out of legal process.”This time, you (govt) will have to go, no matter how many plots and evil designs you resort to hang onto power…you must release Khaleda Zia and hold the election after dissolving parliament,” he said.The BNP leader said there is no alternative to holding the election under a non-party neutral government to ensure people’s voting tights.”Sheikh Hasina is the enemy of a fair election. Holding the polls under her means snatching people’s voting right,” he observed.Referring to AL general secretary’s comment that Khaleda’s release depends on court, not on Awami League, Rizvi said Quader’s remark is not acceptable. “People have rejected his comment.”He alleged that the government is repeatedly obstructing Khaleda’s release on bail from the apex court through various tactics. “Khaleda Zia has been kept in jail now at the behest of the government.”The BNP leader said the government must amend the constitution to include the provision of the election-time neutral government for ensuring a credible and inclusive election.He said their party has been on a movement for restoring people’s voting right to hold the lection under a non-party administration. “Any movement for realising people’s demands never failed in the world. Our movement will also become successful.”Rizvi alleged that police arrested their party’s 89 activists across the country, including in the capital, while observing BNP’s 40th anniversary programmes on Saturday.He condemned and protested the arrest of their party men and demanded the government release them immediately.last_img read more

Report Low Graduation Rates At Texas Charter Schools

first_imgJOHN WALKER | HTTP://BIT.LY/2OIKGSU / FLICKR CREATIVE COMMONSAccording to a 2017 report from the Texas Education Agency, just 62 percent of Texas charter school students graduated on time in 2016, compared to more than 90 percent of students from traditional school districts.The discrepancy doesn’t show up on campus or district level accountability reports, however, because most charter schools with low graduation rates are rated under alternative standards or have high numbers of students excluded from the graduation count.But it’s a statistic the Intercultural Development Research Association believes Texas should be paying attention to. The San Antonio-based research and advocacy groupreleased a report last week highlighting the difference in graduation rates.READ | Four-year graduation rate for charter schools versus traditional schools “Often times the narrative is ‘well, charter schools are performing worse than traditional public schools but that’s because they’re educating more students at at-risk circumstances.’ And our analysis showed that that wasn’t true: that those levels are very close. But when you look at overall outcomes for charter schools, they’re graduating far fewer students,” Hinojosa said.Bruce Marchand, director of growth and development with the Texas Charter School Association, disagreed. He thinks a comparison of graduation rates should only include charter schools rated under standard accountability measures.“Charters serve more of these challenging students,” Marchand said. “That’s why you can’t lump them together.“I guess we could look at all kids lumped together and kind of draw some conclusions, but again I think the conclusions that are drawn, are not — they don’t accurately portray the quality of charter education,.”According to the Texas Education Agency, charter schools rated under normal accountability measures had a graduation rate of about 95 percent in 2015, but charter schools rated under alternative standards had a graduation rate of less than 50 percent.To Hinojosa, that’s unacceptable even if the student attends a charter school specifically for students at risk of dropping out.“Those students who don’t graduate (regardless of their circumstances) don’t get a diploma. And if they don’t get a diploma, then their life outcomes will likely show depressed wages, depressed tax contributions, increased chance of relying on state and federal services,” Hinojosa said.Texas considers a student at risk of dropping out for a number of reasons, ranging from failing standardized tests to being on parole. Sharecenter_img “A 90 percent versus a 62 percent graduation rate — it’s huge. That’s incredible because charter schools are seen as these kind of rescue schools,” said David Hinojosa, program director for IDRA. “Yet, then when you look at the outcomes for these charter schools and this diversion of resources towards charter schools they’re not paying off.”IDRA’s calculation includes the graduation rates of all charter schools, including those that have asked the state to be rated under alternative standards. Under Texas law, schools can ask to be measured under alternative standards if most of their students are classified as at risk of dropping out of school. About 22 percent of Texas charter schools are rated under alternative standards.Hinojosa said looking at the graduation rates of all charter schools “offers a fair comparison” because the statewide percentage of charter school students Texas considers at risk of dropping out is about the same as the rate of at-risk students in traditional school districts: a little more than 50 percent.READ | 2015 graduation rates separated by types of charter schoolslast_img read more

Firefox looks to use HTML5 to run PDFs in the web browser

first_img This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. ( — In the current generation of web browsers if you want to view a PDF in your web browser you are going to need the help of a plug-in to do it. While that may not sound like a major roadblock a growing number of users have expressed concerns over the security of using third party plug-ins on their systems, since they can also potentially be used to run malicious code. Explore further Firefox 4 has simpler design, more privacy control © 2010 Citation: Firefox looks to use HTML5 to run PDFs in the web browser (2011, June 17) retrieved 18 August 2019 from People working at the Firefox project are looking to change all of that. They are currently working on a PDF reader that is developed with HTML5 and JavaScript. This may be a realistic option because web browsers and PDFs do a lot of the same tasks, rendering text and images on an as needed basis. This means that adding a PDF reader function to a web browser is not a large leap forward in technology. The tool just needs a little bit more programming in order to do it.The project, which has been in development for about a month, has been dubbed pdf.js, and is available on the site as a demo. The system does still have some glitches, since it is not even currently in its beta version, but users can get an idea of how the system may work once the bugs have been worked out of the code. While no release date has been given on the system the developers hope to be able to get the pdf.js project to render PDFs natively in the Firefox browser itself within the next three months.last_img read more

The Meandering Path to That Aha Moment

first_imgYou’ve reached a roadblock on a project at work, so you go home in frustration. While cooking dinner, you suddenly figure out a solution to the obstacle you left at the office. Recent findings from the University of California, Santa Barbara indicate that some of our most inventive ideas unfold like this — especially if we work in a profession that requires a lot of creativity. Gable, S.L., Hopper, E.A., & Schooler, J.W. (2019). When the muses strike: Creative ideas of physicists and writers routinely occur during mind wandering. Psychological Science. In a pair of studies, psychological scientists Shelly L. Gable, Elizabeth A. Hopper, and Jonathan Schooler recruited two types of people whose livelihoods depend on innovation—theoretical physicists and professional writers. The first study involved 45 physicists at a research institute and 53 writers — including screenwriters, novelists, and nonfiction writers. Every evening over a 2-week period, the participants received a survey email that asked about any creative idea they had related to their profession and what they were doing when they had the idea. Specifically, they reported whether they were working on the problem at hand, on another work-related problem, or on something unrelated to work (such as paying bills).In addition, participants reported whether the idea related to some kind of impasse or ongoing project, and whether it felt like an “aha” moment. Lastly, they rated the level of creativity and importance of the idea.About 6 months later, the participants received a follow-up survey containing the ideas that they had listed in the earlier surveys. Once again, they rated each idea’s level of creativity and importance.The second study followed the same procedure, but with a slightly smaller number of participants and a follow-up survey at 3 months instead of 6.Across the two studies, participants reported that about 20% of their most important ideas occurred when they were thinking about something else, and they rated the ideas as being as equally important and creative as those formed while they were working on task.In the follow-up surveys, the participants rated their previous ideas as slightly more creative, but less important, compared with their earlier ratings. Overall, they were more likely to rate ideas generated during mind wandering as the coveted “aha” moments compared with ideas generated while working.The authors acknowledge some limitations in the research, including their reliance on the subjectivity of participants’ self-reports. But the findings are an indication that creative professionals routinely have some of their most inventive ideas outside of work.center_img Referencelast_img read more

When Khadi transcends boundaries

first_imgThe crowd got spellbound and the guests were mesmerized, when India’s leading designers Rohit Bal, Anju Modi, Payal Jain and Poonam Bhagat showcased their ground-breaking modern twists to Khadi ensembles in colours of white, black, indigo, green and saffron at the show named ‘Khadi – Transcending Boundaries’, at the International SME Convention 2018.The event was held under the aegis of Khadi Village and Industries Commission (KVIC) at NSIC Ground in New Delhi. The Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) had organised the International SME Convention 2018, in which representatives of 36 countries showed active participation. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfUnion Minister of State for MSME Giriraj Singh, who was the chief guest, said that it was a matter of pride for Ministry of MSME that KVIC had organised such a marvelous show. “We, in fact, brought Khadi from village to global level, following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Khadi for Nation, Khadi for Fashion and Khadi for Transformation’,” he said.Echoing similar views, KVIC Chairman Vinai Kumar Saxena said that it was the biggest exposure of the signature fabric so far as it caught the attention of the representatives of altogether 36 countries and won accolades from all of them. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAmong other prominent national and international personalities, who witnessed this grand Khadi fashion show, were Union Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Lok Sabha MP Meenakshi Lekhi, World Union of Small and Medium Enterprises President Gian Franco Terenzi, Africa SME Forum Chairman Dogad Dogoui, Association of Ghana Industries President Yew Adu Gyamfi, ad guru Prahlad Kakkar, MSME Secretary Arun Kumar Panda and KVIC CEO Preeta Verma. FDCI President Sunil Sethi curated the show.last_img read more

Campaign for byelection in four Assembly constituencies concludes

first_imgKolkata: Campaign in four Assembly constituencies where by-election will be held on May 19, came to an end on Friday afternoon. By-election in Nowda and Kandi Assembly seats will be held on May 20.The seats at Bhatpara, Islampur, Darjeeling and Habibpur (ST) seats fell vacant as the MLAs who had been elected from these seats in 2016 are contesting in the Lok Sabha polls. Bhatpara Assembly seat under Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat has drawn maximum attention where Madan Mitra of Trinamool Congress is contesting against Pawan Singh of BJP. The seat fell vacant after Arjun Singh, former Trinamool Congress MLA left the party and to contest on BJP ticket in the Lok Sabha poll. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataMitra won the by-election from Bishnupur (West) seat in 2009. In 2011, when Mamata Banerjee came to power, he was elected from Kamarhati and became the Transport minister in Banerjee’s Cabinet. He got involved in multi-crore Sarada scam and resigned. He lost the Assembly election in 2016. Mitra is confident about his victory. Binay Tamang is contesting as a Gorkha Jana Murti Morcha from Darjeeling Assembly seat. The seat fell vacant after Amar Singh Rai went on to contest as a Trinamool candidate in the Lok Sabha election. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateAbdul Karim Chowdhury of Trinamool is contesting in the by election from Islampur seat that falls under Raigunj Lok Sabha seat. MLA Kanaia Lal Agarwal is contesting in the Lok Sabha from Raigung seat. Amal Kishku of Trinamool is contesting from Habibpur (ST) seat. The by-election in Nowda and Kandi Assembly seats will be held on May 20. The MLA from Nowda in Murshidabad district, Abu Taher Khan is contesting in Lok Sabha seat. Apurba Sarkar who was the MLA from Kandi is contesting against his mentor Adhir Chowdhury in Berhampur seat.last_img read more

Crowne Plaza Adelaide Judged Australias Top Tourism Development

first_imgSource = Crowne Plaza Adelaide Hines Property’s Crowne Plaza Adelaide development has been honoured by Australia’s property industry, with the hotel judged the nation’s best tourism and leisure development.The landmark Hindmarsh Square hotel was formally acknowledged at the 2012 Property Council of Australia Innovation & Excellence Awards announced in Sydney on Saturday night.It was the only South Australian development to receive an award.Hines Property Managing Director James Hines said the award is a fantastic endorsement for Crowne Plaza Adelaide and the innovative work of Hines Property.“Since Crowne Plaza Adelaide opened two years ago, it has welcomed more than 250,000 guests and become a favourite among local, interstate and international guests,” said Mr Hines.“This award is a massive accolade and confirms Crowne Plaza Adelaide as one of Australia’s premier hotels.Receiving such a prestigious national award also underlines the credentials of Hines Property, which remains committed to making the most of opportunities within the Adelaide CBD and other Australian capital cities to meet demand for luxury residential, hotel and commercial developments.”In 2010, Hines Property completed the 20 Hindmarsh Square development which included two unique towers, one being the 15-level, 308-room Crowne Plaza Adelaide hotel and the other a 14-level luxury residential apartment tower.The Property Council of Australia award is the latest for the development, which last year won theAccommodation Association of Australia’s Best Deluxe Accommodation Award following its 2010 SouthAustralian Tourism Award for Best New Tourism Development. In 2010, Crowne Plaza Adelaide was alsohonoured by the Urban Development Institute of Australia as the Best Master Planned Development andby the Master Builders Association as the Best Residential Development in South Australia.Crowne Plaza Adelaide is one of many award-winning projects by Hines Property, which is an integratedproperty development and property investment group with experience across high-rise residentialdevelopments, commercial/retail developments and hotel developments. As one of the most activedevelopers in SA, Hines Property has recently completed more than $300 million of developments in theAdelaide CBD area alone.last_img read more

Turkish Airlines expands its services around the world

first_imgTurkish Airlines inaugurated its Havana and Caracas flights by increasing its flight destinations in Americas to 17, and totally to 295 in 119 countries.With existing services to Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Bogota, Panama, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Washington, Boston, San Francisco, Miami and Atlanta Turkish Airlines has just added flights to Havana and Caracas.Mehmet Büyükekşi, Member of the Board of Turkish Airlines, said, “Our flag carrier assumes Havana and Caracas are essential points in its Latin America expansion and places itself at the forefront to shorten the distances between desiring travellers who will arrive with all kinds of expectations to the biggest Island in the Antilles. The opening of our Havana and Caracas gateways also means that we will now be able to deliver our award-winning services that will make the international travel easier and more convenient for both business and leisure travellers in this area.’’Beginning from December 20, Havana and Caracas flights will be operated three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays in both directions.Flying from Jose Marti International Airport and Simon Bolivar International Airport, the brand new services will also connect passengers departing from Havana and Caracas to 102 worldwide destinations including Paris, London, Madrid, Rome, Moscow, Barcelona, Beirut, Guangzhou, Porto, Frankfurt, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Beijing, Zurich, Amsterdam, Munich, Copenhagen, Berlin and Vienna.last_img read more

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VIEW MOREPool/Getty Images1 of 32royalsA Prince George Photo Album: See Will and Kate’s Firstborn Grow UpTIME PhotoUpdated: May 19 2017 1:26 PM ET | Originally published: Jun 22 2014Prince George has packed a lot into his three years so far Since his much-hyped birth on July 22 2013 the firstborn of Prince William Duke of Cambridge and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has been photographed doing everything from holding his younger sister Charlotte to enjoying a family vacation in the French AlpsHe is often pictured alongside or held by one of his parents The young prince has attended a polo match visited a zoo toured a helicopter and watched the Trooping the Colour ceremony in London He later helped his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II mark her 90th birthday and in a picture that immediately went viral he met President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in a white bathrobe (They gave him a rocking horse)Here’s a look back at some of Prince George’s most memorable moments from the day he was shown to the world outside the hospital to playing with the family’s dogWhile CIA Director John Brennan defended his agency from a sharply critical Senate report into its post-9/11 detention and interrogations on Thursday Sen Dianne Feinstein took to Twitter to fact-check his assertions Feinstein the chairwoman of the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence led the compilation of the 6700 page report Here are statements Brennan made during the press conference and what Feinstein tweeted about their accuracy: Brennan: “The cause and effect relationship between the use of EITs [enhanced interrogation techniques] and useful information subsequently provided by the detainee is in my view unknowable” CIA says "unknowable" if we could have gotten the intel other ways Study shows it IS knowable: CIA had info before torture #ReadTheReport Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) December 11 2014 Brennan: “Another key point with which we take issue is the studys characterization of 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Laden Page 378 #ReadTheReport Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) December 11 2014 Critical intelligence that led to bin Laden was unrelated to EITs #ReadTheReport #TortureReport Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) December 11 2014 Brennan: “But as I think we have acknowledged over the years we have brought those mistakes shortcomings and excesses to the attention of the appropriate authorities whether it be to our inspector general to the Department of Justice and others As you well know the Department of Justice looked at this for many years and decided that there was no prosecutable crimes there” Numerous abuses never brought to the attention of DOJ or CIA IG #ReadTheReport Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) December 11 2014 Finally Sen Feinstein concluded with advice to Brennan: 500-page exec summary is small part of 6700-page report No cherry picking Everything is documented by 38000 footnotes #ReadTheReport Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) December 11 2014 Contact us at editors@timecom You can credit your existence to tiny wormlike creatures that lived 500 million years ago a new study suggests By tunneling through the sea floor scientists say these creatures kept oxygen concentrations at just the right level to allow animals and other complex life to evolve The finding may help answer an enduring mystery of Earth’s past At the dawn of the Cambrian period about 570 million years ago multicellular organisms were just beginning to appear largely in the oceans But for animals to evolve the concentration of oxygen in the ocean and atmosphere had to be just right Too little oxygen and nascent animals would have suffocated Too much and lightning strikes would have created catastrophic fires torching the primordial land vegetation “How come oxygen levels didn’t crash or double” says Tais Dahl a geochemist at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) Odense “Something [regulated] oxygen in relatively narrow limits” A key moment in the evolution of the new study was when Dahl met Richard Boyle a geochemical modeler who was then at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom Dahl was puzzled by data he and others had collected from rock outcroppings that were once on the floor of the ocean For 30 million years beginning 530 million years ago the oxygen levels of the ocean dropped steadily four different sets of chemical measurements suggested Boyle now at SDU had developed a hypothesis that might explain why By burrowing he reasoned seafloor creepy-crawlies that lived at the start of the Cambrian kick-started a complex chain of events that altered the chemical composition of Earth In the new study the two scientists and their colleagues use a simple model to spell out their proposed mechanism The idea is that as they dug and wiggled these early multicellular creatures—some were likely worms as long as 40 cm—exposed new layers of seafloor sediment to the ocean’s water Each new batch of sediment that settles onto the sea floor contains bacteria; as those bacteria were exposed to the oxygen in the water they began storing a chemical called phosphate in their cells So as the creatures churned up more sediment layers more phosphate built up in ocean sediments and less was found in seawater Because algae and other photosynthetic ocean life require phosphate to grow removing phosphate from seawater reduced their growth Less photosynthesis in turn meant less oxygen released into the ocean In this way the system formed a negative feedback loop that automatically slowed the rise in oxygen levels as the levels increased What kept the oxygen levels from getting too low Less oxygen in the water also meant fewer worms so less oxygen-reducing digging the researchers explain “We think these animals may have completely transformed geochemical cycles” says Dahl whose team reported its work online this week in Nature Geoscience "Although we are still far from knowing to what extent worms and their ilk influenced the geochemical history of our planet this is a novel and testable hypothesis which will inspire novel thinking" writes Filip Meysman a biogeochemist at the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research in Yerseke in a commentary on the research in Nature Geoscience But he cautions that the rapid increase in the extent of worms’ burrowing modeled in the new study may have been limited to some areas of the ancient ocean and has yet to be shown to be a global phenomenon “In hindsight the result isn’t particularly surprising or counterintuitive” adds biogeochemist Lee Kump of Pennsylvania State University University Park in an e-mail to Science Still he says “I wish I’d thought of that”Hyderabad: The BJP has fielded Syed Shahezadi a young Muslim woman as its candidate from Chandrayangutta constituency in Hyderabad to take on AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi in the 7 December state assembly election A novice in electoral politics Shahezadi who was a leader of ABVP student wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak 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that BJP is a communal party she said such a mindset has been established that the organisation was opposed to Muslims It is the BJP which made the late APJ Abdul Kalam the President of India and BJP’s Muslim leaders like Sikandar Bhakt Najma Heptulla and M J Akbar held important positions she said Budget has been increased for Maulana Azad Urdu University in Hyderabad and for madrassas in Uttar Pradesh under a BJP government she claimed Having studied in government schools and colleges Shahezadi said she understands poverty public issues and the issues concerning Muslim women She thanked BJP’s leadership for making her the candidate though she does not have money power "If there is any party which encourages youth it is BJP It is BJP which encourages Muslims also Because I am the example" she said BJP’s Telangana unit president K Laxman said Shahezadi can expose the "misdeeds of AIMIM and how they are exploiting poor Muslims" Shahezadi hailed the Modi government’s decision on triple 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