Canadian soldiers remains to return to Canada after death in parachute exercise

first_imgOTTAWA — The body of a Canadian soldier who died in a parachute exercise in Bulgaria is returning to Canada tonight.Bombardier Patrick Labrie died after something went wrong in a training jump from a low altitude Monday night.He was from Buckingham, Que., near Ottawa.The Department of National Defence says Labrie’s remains will land at the Ottawa airport at about 8 p.m. and will be met by his commanding officer.The military is investigating Labrie’s death.At least three other soldiers were injured in the U.S.-led exercise, including two Americans, but the Defence Department says those came in separate incidents.The Canadian Presslast_img

Fort St John experienced very little precipitation in March

first_imgCastellan says the last week of February was dry, with the last day to experience precipitation was on February 23.“Even the last week of February was totally dry. I think the last day in February we saw something was on February 23. It was just a dry period there and obviously, it was cold for a while and then it got quite warm.”According to Castellan, it will be interesting to see what is in store for the remainder of the season and into the start of summer.“It’s interesting because it is certainly causing a lot of agencies to ask some questions about what’s in store for things like the freshet season and the possible flooding associated to it.”Castellan says drought and huge forest fires could be avoided if we get good amounts of precipitation in April, May, and June.According to Environment Canada, we are expected to see substantial amounts of precipitation later this month. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Throughout the month of March, Fort St. John and surrounding area experienced little to no amount of precipitation.According to Armel Castellan, Meteorologist with Environment Canada, Fort St. John only saw 0.2 mm of precipitation in March, saying this is the minimum amount that can be recorded.“Officially, 0.2 mm fell, which is pretty impressive because that is the minimum amount that can be recorded by the instrumentation.”last_img read more

Memory of Holocaust victims honoured through series of UN events

28 January 2008Marking the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust, United Nations offices worldwide are holding a series of events this week, including concerts, exhibitions and the issuance of a special stamp, to raise awareness about the tragedy and to honour those that perished. Marking the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust, United Nations offices worldwide are holding a series of events this week, including concerts, exhibitions and the issuance of a special stamp, to raise awareness about the tragedy and to honour those that perished.The annual Holocaust Remembrance Week kicked off today at UN Headquarters in New York with the launch of a special postal stamp by the UN Postal Administration. Incorporating the award-winning logo of the Department of Public Information’s “Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme,” the stamp will be issued in New York, Geneva and Vienna, simultaneously with a national stamp issued by the Israeli Postal Company.“Both stamps bear the same design and will carry the same call that we must remember the victims of the Holocaust and continue to stand in solidarity with them,” Kiyo Akasaka, Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, told reporters at the launch.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon felt strongly that the new stamp demonstrated the UN’s commitment “to pay tribute to all the victims of the Holocaust, honour the survivors, and reaffirms its efforts to help prevent future acts of genocide,” Mr. Akasaka added.Ariel Atias, Israel’s Minister of Communications, said he was “deeply inspired” by the UN’s decision to issue the stamp and bring it to the public to help ensure that a holocaust would never occur again. That was especially important today, he stated through a translator, when there is a member of the world body calling for Israel’s destruction.It was in November 2005 that the Assembly designated 27 January, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, as an annual International Day of Commemoration to honour the victims of the Holocaust, and urged countries to develop educational programmes to instil the memory of the tragedy in future generations.Ambassador Dan Gillerman of Israel today voiced appreciation for the fact that the Assembly’s resolution designating the International Day has become an ongoing process in an outreach programme whereby people worldwide were taught the lessons and horrors of the Holocaust and made to become part of the army of goodwill committed to the words “never again.” As part of the activities to mark the Day, General Assembly President Srgjan Kerim took part in an event at the Consulate General of Italy in New York at which he read the names of the Jews deported from Italy and the former Italian territories. Mr. Kerim will also be among the speakers at the Holocaust Remembrance Day memorial ceremony and concert to be held tonight, featuring the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Zubin Mehta, along with musicians from Tel Aviv University. He is expected to stress that the Day must be more than a commemoration or a remembrance, and serve as a call to action in honour of the victims and survivors. “The Holocaust fed man’s ego with delusions of supremacy, and tried to erase the bonds that all human beings share. We must spare no effort to ensure that we never again witness such evil.”Other events marking the Day include the unveiling on 30 January by the Department of Public Information of the first permanent exhibit on the Holocaust and the UN, which presents an overview of the tragedy in the context of World War II and the founding of the Organization. In Vienna, UN staff marked the Day at a solemn ceremony on Friday which brought together representatives of the Jewish community, the Romanis and other affected groups, as well as politicians, the diplomatic community, students and civil society.A key feature of the event was the unveiling of a reproduction of a series of postcards depicting life in a labour camp, originally created by Holocaust victim Karl Schafranek in Eisenerz, Styria in 1940. They are now on display for the first time since being smuggled out of the camp. The exhibition also included paintings by Holocaust survivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Adolf Frankl, as well as by Dvora Barzilai from the Exhibition “Shalom Peace Pace.” In Brazil, an observance was held on 25 January with President Jose Inacio Lula da Silva and the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro, César Maia. In Madagascar, a permanent exhibit on the Holocaust will be unveiled at the UN Information Centre. The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme is also coordinating a video conference for students with the UN information centres in Antananarivo, Madagascar, and Lomé, Togo, and educators at the “Memorial de la Shoah” in Paris. In Tokyo on 29 January, an educational workshop targeting young students will focus on the links between the Holocaust and human rights issues. This year’s observance focuses on the need to ensure the protection of human rights for all, and coincides with the 60th anniversary year of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. read more

If we work and build together a more sustainable world will be

Recalling his visit last week at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, he said that he had met a Syrian girl who told him she wanted to become an interpreter. He also met a Syrian boy who was yearning to return to school. “I was deeply moved by the way they held on to their dreams. Today, those dreams number in the millions. Half the world’s refugees are children – 30 million boys and girls whose lives have been put on hold, who have seen things a child should never have to see,” said Mr. Ban.He stressed that in his talks with world leaders he has encouraged them to show greater solidarity to refugees – not just through relief, but through resettlement and other legal pathways. He said that, when managed properly, accepting refugees is a win for everyone.“Today, we need your engagement more than ever. This is a time of turbulence in world affairs, Mr. Ban said, stressing however that despite multiple crises and daily outrages “that defy our common humanity, this is also a decisive moment when we can set the world on a safer, better path.”Drawing attention to the ongoing refugee and migrant crisis, as well as to conflicts in Syria, South Sudan and Afghanistan, the Secretary-General noted that UN diplomatic efforts are bringing hope to people in conflict-torn regions. At the same time, the UN is looking to tackle the deeper roots of today’s crises, and in that regard, the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit, which he will convene in Istanbul on 23 and 24 May, will be an opportunity to address that issue, “and to improve our global response.”“Across the world, the United Nations is helping countries to turn their backs on conflict. Peacekeeping deployments are at their highest in a generation – 16 operations and more than 100,000 troops and police,” he said, adding that the soldiers and police are serving in some of the most difficult places in the world – locations where no single country can, or will, go on its own – places where, without UN forces, there would be dangerous security vacuums.“In the broadest sense, our aim is to leave no one behind,” he continued, noting that this is the promise at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).That landmark achievement approved by world leaders last September is a 15-year blueprint to end global poverty, fight inequality promote the rule of law and build peaceful societies.“Women’s empowerment is a key thread running through the goals,” he said, adding that climate action will also be critical. To that end, with the adoption of the historic Paris Agreement, for the first time, every country in the world has pledged to curb their emissions. “On April 22nd, I will host the signing ceremony for the agreement at UN Headquarters. I am pleased that both the United States and China have announced their intention to sign on the first day it is open for signature. We have a long way to go – but the trajectory is clear,” the UN chief said. read more

With Mosul reclaimed accountability key to heal Iraqs ISIL wounds – UN

“Dialogue between communities needs to begin now to try to halt the cycle of violence, and to promote accountability for the crimes against Iraqis,” said UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein in a news release from his Office (OHCHR). “The right to truth must prevail to ensure ISIL’s crimes do not poison Iraqi society for generations,” he stressed.With Mosul now reclaimed, the extent of ISIL’s violations and abuses has become even more evident. Information gathered by OHCHR strongly suggests that international crimes may have been perpetrated by ISIL during the three years that the group was in control not only of Mosul but of large areas of Iraq. The right to truth must prevail to ensure ISIL’s crimes do not poison Iraqi society for generations“ISIL’s serious and systematic violations of international humanitarian law and gross abuses and violations of human rights, including the sexual slavery of women and girls, committed over these past three years have left deep scars on Iraqi society,” Mr. Zeid said. This includes the abduction of 1,636 women and girls, and 1,733 men and boys from the Yezidi community who remain unaccounted for. Even now, ISIL fighters can terrify and kill through bombings and abductions, and people are still being subjected to daily horrors and suffering in remaining ISIL strongholds, such as Tal Afar and Hawijah, Mr. Zeid warned. He also noted that there have also been allegations of human rights violations and abuses by the Government security and associated forces, as well as by individuals taking revenge against captured ISIL fighters or people accused of supporting them. Such punishments are an act of vengeance that works against national reconciliation and social cohesion, he warned.“The most fitting response… is to step up efforts to create an Iraq grounded in equality and the rule of law,” he said. The High Commissioner welcomed the fact that the judicial authorities have launched investigations into allegations of serious human rights violations committed by pro-government forces, and he called on the Government to make the findings public and ensure that perpetrators are brought before courts. Given the large-scale nature of serious crimes, Iraq should also seek legal reforms to allow domestic courts to have jurisdiction over international crimes. To this end, the OHCHR and the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) are supporting efforts to initiate a legal framework to establish a specialised court competent to try alleged perpetrators for international crimes. “I urge the Iraqi Government to prioritise advancing accountability and also repeat my call for the Government of Iraq to become a party to the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC),” he said. read more

Ohio State footballs Braxton Miller still not the best fundamental quarterback in

With two years as starting quarterback under his belt, rising junior Braxton Miller is starting to embrace his role as a leader of the Ohio State football team. Miller said it’s a position that has taken him a while to get used to. “When I first got here, it was because no one really taught me how to be a leader like I should be,” Miller said. “Now I’m working on little things like that. I’m getting better at it.” Miller, who many have pegged as an early candidate for the Heisman trophy, rushed for 1,271 yards, passed for another 2,039 and racked up 28 total touchdowns last season. But offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman said the quarterback still has a lot of room to grow. “As improved as he got, he’s not the best fundamental quarterback in the country, and they pay me a lot of money to make sure that he is,” Herman said. “So we’re going to do whatever it takes to get him going sooner rather than later.” Primarily known for his running ability, Miller’s focus this spring has been on developing his air attack. After all, he completed 58.3 percent of his passes last year. He said his goal this year is to complete at least 75 percent of his passes. “I’m working on just getting the ball to the guys,” Miller said. “Just knowing where the guys are going to be at. Last year I kind of second-guessed myself because I didn’t really make plays as well.” At the end of last season, coach Urban Meyer said he wants Miller to be the most fundamentally sound quarterback in the nation. Those words have served as the rising junior’s motivation coming into the 2013 season. “I think about that all the time, every time I step onto the field,” Miller said. “When a ball sails on me, I know why. I worked on that in the off-season in LA. So I know what’s going on if I throw a bad ball.” Miller worked with quarterback specialist George Whitfield in Los Angeles over the summer. Rising redshirt senior quarterback Kenny Guiton said he and Miller do their best to improve each other’s game. “We kind of feed off of each other,” Guiton said. “If one of us sees the other doing something wrong, we let them know and try to help them out.” As Miller continues to improve, so will his chances at becoming a Heisman winner. With time, Herman said he believes his quarterback has what it takes to win the award. “He’s got every necessary tool to be that good,” Herman said. “But to say that that’s even the apex of his potential, I don’t know if you can see it. You can’t, but it’s out there. We just have to keep staying on that upward trajectory and you’d like to think, if we continue on this path at the rate we’re going, he’ll get there.” The Buckeyes are scheduled to take the field for their eighth spring practice Saturday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. read more

AUFWIEDERSEHEN IN SKOPJE RK Vardar to attack EHF CL title again

← Previous Story 30 MINUTES TO COLOGNE – RK Vardar – THW Kiel 13:13 Next Story → VIDEO: Last minute from Skopje… RK Vardar SkopjeTHW Kiel RK Vardar will try to defend title in Cologne! For the second year in a row, the Macedonian champions beat German team at EHF Champions League quarter-finals to book tickets for the show at “Lanxess Arena” on May 26/27.It was really dramatic this year against THW Kiel, who showed TOP class handball in “Jane Sandanski” in Skopje with final result – 28:27 (13:13), to stay only a goal behind the reigning champions (first match 29:28 in Kiel for Vardar). The bigger number of goals in away matches was decisive.The hero of the match was, who else than Arpad Sterbik. The 38-years old Spanish NT goalkeeper saved 15 shots and had a crucial role in mantaining stability of his team in dramatic moments.RK Vardar were on 21:17 after 42 minutes, but that wasn’t enough as “Zebras” got back on 26:25 just six minutes before the final whistle.With 3:0 series concluded with the fifth goal of Niklas Ekberg, team of Alfred Gislason came into the lead 27:28 only 10 seconds before the end. but Ivan Cupic managed to score with buzzer-beater to put “play” on crazy celebration in front of 5.500 fans in Skopje.Vuko Borozan (6) and Luka Cindric (5) were TOP scorers for the winning team, while Ekberg, Rahmel and Zarabec  netted five for THW Kiel. read more

Dormir quelques heures de plus serait plus efficace quun antidouleur

first_imgDormir quelques heures de plus serait plus efficace qu’un antidouleurSelon une étude américaine, augmenter sa durée de sommeil de deux heures permettrait de réduire la sensibilité à la douleur. Ceci serait même plus efficace que des médicaments anti-douleur et pourrait être intéressant dans la prise en charge des maladies chroniques douloureuses par exemple.Si l’on savait déjà qu’un bon sommeil était indispensable pour garder la santé, c’est un nouveau bienfait que vient de révéler une étude publiée dans la revue Sleep. Menée par des chercheurs américains, elle explique que le sommeil serait aussi un antidouleur extrêmement efficace, même plus efficace que des médicaments tels que la codéine. Pour arriver à cette conclusion, le Pr Timothy Roehrs et ses collègues ont suivi 18 volontaires au cours de quatre nuits et leur ont demandé de placer leurs doigts au-dessus d’une source chaude. Ils ont alors mesuré la durée que chaque participant tenait avant de retirer ses doigts et constaté que ceux qui avaient dormi dix heures au lieu de huit, étaient capables de maintenir leur main 25 secondes de plus que les autres. Mieux encore : les chercheurs ont constaté que l’effet était plus important que celui observé au cours d’une étude précédente, où une partie des volontaires s’étaient vu administrer 60 milligrammes de codéine.Ces résultats cumulés suggèrent ainsi que dormir deux heures de plus serait plus efficace contre la douleur que de prendre de la codéine. “Nous avons été surpris par l’ampleur de l’impact du sommeil en termes de réduction de la sensibilité à la douleur, en comparaison d’une prise de codéine, par exemple” commente leDr Timothy Roehrs de l’Henry Ford Hospital cité par le Telegraph. Inversement, les chercheurs expliquent que la sensibilité accrue à la douleur des personnes fatiguées serait précisément due à leur manque de sommeil. Dormir pour traiter les maladies chroniques douloureuses À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?Récemment, une équipe de la Norwegian University of Science and Technology avait montré que même ceux qui avaient occasionnellement des problèmes de sommeil, avaient un risque doublé de souffrir de douleur. Ajouté à cela, d’autres travaux ont révélé que deux tiers des personnes avec des douleurs chroniques au dos souffrent aussi de troubles du sommeil. Néanmoins, la nouvelle étude est la première à montrer que du sommeil supplémentaire réduit la sensibilité à la douleur et pourrait donc s’avérer utile dans certaines circonstances. “Nos résultats suggèrent l’importance d’un sommeil adéquat [pour traiter] des maladies chroniques douloureuses ou en préparation d’opérations chirurgicales non-urgentes”, conclut le Dr Timothy Roehrs.Le 3 décembre 2012 à 14:30 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Triple H and HBK on recreating territories with NXT Cody Rhodes takes

first_imgFacebook Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 9/13 NXT Live Results: Cocoa, FL (Dain vs. Kushida, NXT North American Title Match) NXT Highlights: Johnny Gargano addresses NXT future, Baszler vs. Ripley, Pete Dunne in action WWE has posted a video clip of Triple H and Shawn Michaels discussing the evolution of NXT and how Triple H wanted to bring back the territory system with the promotion.Triple H and HBK also talk about trying new things during the DX run and even Vince McMahon trying new things when it comes to promoting wrestling.You can check out the full clip above courtesy of WWE.Cody Rhodes takes a shot at Triple HA question was posed to Dave Meltzer on Twitter this week asking if WWE had any plans to counter the upcoming All In event in Chicago during Labor Day weekend in September.Meltzer noted that WWE had no plans on the books to run events in Chicago given that All In is now sold out, but that it was possible the company could be interested in trying to sign talent that is currently booked for the show.Cody Rhodes, who is self-financing the All In event along with The Young Bucks, saw the tweet and provided his own response including a jab at Triple H when he posts photos with newly signed talent to NXT online.That’s a possibility. Everybody has different goals. If your goal is to take a meet/greet style handshake photo, and pretend to be excited about going back to wrestling school…that’s your prerogative ha. https://t.co/mDMQ6FQNfc— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) June 24, 2018 Google+center_img WhatsApp WALTER and Kassius Ohno set to compete at EVOLVE 135 and 136 Live Events Pinterest Twitterlast_img read more

Weather Eye After our first time at 90 degrees in 2018 marine

first_imgPatrick Timm is a local weather specialist. His column appears Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Reach him at http://patricktimm.com. We managed to squeak out our first 90-degree high temperature of the year Sunday, which occurred after the 5 p.m. statistics were released. Shortly before 6 p.m., it reached that magical number. That’s officially in the hot category by anyone’s measure.The last 90-degree high had been Sept. 11, 2017, with a 91-degree high. Sunday’s high of 90 degrees wasn’t a daily record but close — 91 degrees back in 1973 was the record. As I wrote this column Monday afternoon, it was 88 degrees in Vancouver. Maybe another 90?The good news is, our natural air conditioner, the Pacific Ocean marine air, will turn on today through the end of the week with morning clouds, sunshine in the afternoon and evening, and highs still above average in the 70s.In fact, it appears dry weather will continue right into the upcoming weekend. My prediction of some morning clouds and highs in the 70s for the big parade in Hazel Dell on Saturday still stands. I believe it will be yet another year with no rain on parade day.There will be some instability moving northward and eastward Wednesday, which could bring a sprinkle or two over Clark County as thunderstorms and showers will be along the Cascade crest. In this case, it is always possible for a dissipating shower cloud to wander overhead. No general rains are in the forecast.last_img read more

Former Barcelona president tells how the team lost Ronaldo

first_imgThe Brazilian footballer spent only one season with the Spanish La Liga team before moving to Internazionale MilanRonaldo Nazario de Lima played for Spanish La Liga club Barcelona in the 1996-1997 season.While there, he scored 34 goals in 37 matches.And many fans thought he would stay for many years with the Blaugrana.But in an interview with Goal, former Barca president Joan Gaspart revealed how the Brazilian went to the Italian Lega Serie A.“Ronaldo wanted to stay at Barcelona, he was happy and his wish was to renew,” Gaspart said.“We had even typed out the contract in front of the player himself and his two agents.”Stefano Sensi, inter milanReport: Inter go top with win over Udinese George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Inter Milan are top of Serie A after beating Udinese to make it three wins out of three.Antonio Conte’s career at Inter Milan, could…“It was three in the afternoon and we justifiably decided to go out to eat and celebrate Ronaldo’s renewal, and then return to the office and sign the agreement we had reached,” he added.“That was a mistake because if we had not gone out to eat and had signed at the same time we reached the agreement, Ronaldo would have stayed at Barcelona.”“One of his agents went off for half an hour to take a phone call,” he commented.“At that time we did not pay much attention to the agent’s absence. When he came back he apologized, had some coffee and toasted before going to the office to sign the contract.”“From the first moment we got to the president [Josep] Nunez’s office, the agents began to put obstacles up, they told Ronaldo to go home and that they would call him to sign. I asked them if they did not want to sign,” Gaspart explained.“They insisted they did but what they wanted was to renegotiate almost the entire contract, increasing the financial terms. They were trying to destroy the talks.”last_img read more

Crews cap underground gas leak near Fort Lauderdale

first_imgNEAR FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WSVN) — Crews have repaired an underground gas leak in a residential neighborhood in unincorporated Broward County.Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue units responded to the scene in the area of Northwest Ninth Street and 27th Avenue, Monday, at around 7 p.m.Officials shut down the roadway as crews worked to cap the leak.No injuries were reported.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

Pixel 3a launch imminent Unreleased Android phone gets listed on Google Store

first_img Close IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:02/1:41Loaded: 0%0:02Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-1:39?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis 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. COPY LINKAD Loading … For the past several months, we have seen many reports hinting Google working on special mid-range Pixel 3a series phones for emerging markets like India. But, there was no official word on it. Now, the search engine giant has accidentally listed the aforementioned device on its product store.Eagle-eyed 9to5Google has spotted an unreleased ‘Pixel 3a’ with a tag ‘New’ on the official Google Store almost confirming that that device is real and would make its debut soon. If the recent reports are taken has any indication, it is likely to break covers around June or July. Pixel 3a ‘New’ gets listed on Google Store9to5Google (screen-grab)It can be noted that Pixel 3a XL will also be unveiled along with Pixel 3a. The latter is said to sport a 5.6-inch OLED screen with 2220x1080p resolution having 440 ppi (pixels per inch) display density.Inside, it is expected to ship with Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 chipset with 4GB RAM and a 3,000mAh battery, which is enough to keep the phone running for a full day under mixed usage.As far as the imaging hardware is concerned, the Pixel 3a is said to house a 12MP primary camera on the back and an 8MP shooter on the front. With Google photography software onboard, consumers assured of getting top-notch quality shots on par with flagship phones.On the other hand, there very little information on what features, the Pixel 3a XL is coming with, except for the fact that it will sport a 6.0-inch OLED display with 2160x108p resolution and 4GB RAM. We are expected to get information in the coming weeks. Both will be run Android 9 Pie OS software. Pixel 3 Lite aka Pixel 3a leakedRozetked.meIn a related development, reports are coming in that Google is already testing the Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL in India, reported popular Twitter spy Roland Quandt, citing reliable sources.Both the devices were imported from the US for around $300 (approx. €267/Rs 20,884) and $350 (around €/312/Rs 24,364), respectively hinting the official pricing will be around the same range at least in India.If this is true, then Google’s mid-range camera-centric Pixel 3a series will definitely find takers among college going kids and young salaried youth, who are obsessed with Social media channels particularly Tik Tok and Instagram.center_img 10 Crazy Facts About Googlelast_img read more

Train service between Dhaka and Khulna Rajshahi resumes after 8 hrs

first_img.Rail communications of Dhaka with Khulna and Rajshahi were restored on Saturday night, nearly 8 hours after the derailment of a passenger train in Ishwardi upazila, reports UNB. Railway officials said the engine and two wheels of a compartment of the Dhaka-bound ‘Chitra Express’ train from Khulna veered off the track at Ishwardi Muladali railway station around 1:15pm, halting train movement between Dhaka and Khulna, Rajshahi.Later, a relief train from Ishwardi conducted the salvage operation, said Moiruzzaman, master of Muladali railway station, adding the rail communications resumed around 9:30pm.last_img

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first_imgNews | January 08, 2009 Higher Dose Exposure Related to Cancer Risks for Radiation Workers January 8, 2009 – The risk of developing cancer among radiation workers increases with the dose of ionizing radiation they are exposed to, according to a study by the Health Protection Agency published today in the British Journal of Cancer. The cancer risks observed in the study are consistent with the international scientific consensus on radiation protection.The study noted a “healthy worker effect” in studies of many other occupational groups, in which the overall mortality in the UK’s 175,000 radiation workers is lower than that in the general population. The “healthy worker effect” argument states that the exposed group represents a healthier subpopulation because of biases in the selection process that qualify them for their work. It also might mean that the control group is not as healthy because of selection biases in their lifestyles.**”This is a continuation of a study started in 1976 and it provides reliable information on the health of people working with ionizing radiation. The results confirm the cancer risk estimates observed in other studies even though, overall, radiation workers have lower cancer risks than the general population,” said Colin Muirhead, M.D., from the Health Protection Agency.References:* Muirhead CR, O’Hagan JA, Haylock RGE, Phillipson MA, Willcock T, Berridge GLC, Zhang W (2009) Mortality and cancer incidence following occupational radiation exposure: 3rd analysis of the National Registry for Radiation Workers. British Journal of Cancer (2009), Volume 100, Issue 1, pages 206-212.** The “Healthy Worker Effect”: Science or Prejudice?, Vol. 229 No. 1, Wagner LK, PhD, Department of Radiology, University of Texas-Houston Medical School.*** Bunch KJ, Muirhead CR, Draper GJ, Hunter N, Kendall GM, O’Hagan JA, Phillipson MA, Vincent TJ, Zhang W. Cancer in the offspring of female radiation workers: a record linkage study. British Journal of Cancer (2009), Volume 100, Issue 1, pages 213-218.Source: The British Journal of CancerFor more information: www.bjcancer.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Video Player is loading.Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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The descent of man in a womens world

first_imgThe new composition of the Commons had just been announced, showing a substantial increase in the proportion of women, and every pub in the queendom was afire. There were, of course, no women present, as it was the custom in the U.K. to relegate women to the Lounge Bar while the men debated important questions in the inaptly-named Public Bar, an arrangement which, oddly enough, had been instituted by anxious wedded women solicitous of the moral well-being of their husbands.The fight started when Gomer Davis made a speech welcoming the new dispensation, pointing out that it was about time for a change, since men had been in charge for several million years, and had made a right cock-up of it. Gomer was subsequently carted out with a concussion, but his words lingered. “I’m tellin’ yer, there’s a time to fight and a time to flee, and this ain’t the time to argue ‘bout it. There’s not a one on yer can bear a babe, an’ every cell in thy’sis powered by a engin that thy Ma put there, not thy Dad.” He was, of course, referring to the Mitochondria, which breaks down ATP to the di-phosphate, thereby releasing energy to keep you going.It is not an argument that appeals to men, as it can be used to demonstrate that, contrary to Genesis, females came on the scene long before men were invented to jazz up the live-birth figures. It has also been employed to bolster the age-old female complaint that men have taken advantage of the necessarily accepting nature of females, since they have to put up with an essentially foreign body inside theirs in order to fulfill the old promise of eternal life. So every language ties women to the stove and the sink: Housewife, Chatelaine, Hausfrau, Ama de Casa etc., and precedent must be respected.So here we are, in a drunken brawl, arguing the toss as to whether we should give them a chance, when the die has already been cast. Men are here solely to initiate conception, which can now be done with the prick of a needle or an electrical jolt, so that they are as relevant as a spare bride at a wedding.So Men, have a care what you wish for, as it might come hideously true, and an all-women planet could be a lot worse than half-n-half. Facebook Comments “Listen to me, ye’re jest a binch o’ knukleheads.” Casey, having just put away a round dozen of Whitbread’s Best, was not just eloquent, but combatively so. The argument was about the State of Man in an increasingly feminine world, and opinion was almost equally divided as to what, if anything, we should do about it. No related posts.center_img Jack O’Brienlast_img read more

Olympic torch blasts into space ahead of Games

first_img Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Russia’s Mikhail Tyurin, NASA’s Rick Mastracchio and Koichi Wakata of Japan beamed at the crowd as they carried the lit torch aboard the Soyuz rocket.For safety reasons, the torch will not burn when it’s onboard the space outpost. Lighting it would consume precious oxygen and pose a threat to the crew. The crew will carry the unlit torch around the station’s numerous modules before taking it out on a spacewalk.The Olympic torch has flown into space once before _ in 1996 aboard the U.S. space shuttle Atlantis for the Atlanta Summer Olympics _ but will be taken outside the spacecraft for the first time in history.“It’s a great pleasure and responsibility getting to work with this symbol of peace,” Tyurin told journalists on Wednesday ahead of the launch.The torch will remain in space for five days. Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Sergei Ryazanskiy, who are currently manning the International Space Station, will take the flame for a spacewalk on Saturday, before it is returned to earth by three astronauts on Monday.The four-month Sochi torch relay, which started in Moscow on Oct. 7, is the longest in the history of the Olympics. For most of the 65,000-kilometer (39,000-mile) route, the flame will travel by plane, train, car and even reindeer sleigh, but 14,000 torch bearers are taking part in the relay that stops at more than 130 cities and towns. Comments   Share   3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Last month, the Olympic flame traveled to the North Pole on a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker. Later this month it will sink to the bottom of the world’s deepest lake, Lake Baikal, and in February it will reach the peak of Mount Elbrus, at 5,642 meters (18,510 feet) the highest mountain in Russia and Europe.The torch will be used to light the Olympic flame at Sochi’s stadium on Feb. 7, marking the start of the 2014 Winter Games that run until Feb. 23.(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top Stories Sponsored Stories Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Parents, stop beating yourself up Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 4 must play golf courses in Arizona MOSCOW (AP) – A rocket carrying the Olympic flame successfully blasted off Thursday from earth ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Games.NASA Live TV showed the rocket, emblazoned with the pale blue Sochi 2014 logo, launching from the Russian-operated Baikonur cosmodrome on a clear morning in Kazakhstan.The torch will make its way to the International Space Station before being taken into space itself _ making it the Olympic flame’s first spacewalk in history.last_img read more

Australia to revoke citizenship of Australianborn jihadis

first_imgBut critics argue that Australia should prosecute and imprison its terrorists rather than shunt them to other countries.Many Australians charged with or suspected of terrorism crimes are the Australian-born children of parents who fled conflicts in Lebanon and Afghanistan.The 17-year-old son of a Syrian-born doctor arrested at the family home in Melbourne city two weeks ago became Australia’s latest accused terrorist. Police allege he had three pipe bombs concealed at the house and was planning an attack soon.The teen, whose name cannot be released, became the 23rd suspect charged with terrorism-related offences in Australia since September when the national terrorism threat was elevated to the second highest level because of the Islamic State danger. A third of the terrorism charges in Australia filed since the al-Qaida attacks on the United States in 2001 have come since September.Islamic State militants have had conspicuous success in recruiting in Australia, which has 24 million people. The majority are Christian while 2 percent are Muslim.The London-based International Center for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence estimates that between 100 and 250 Australians have joined Sunni militants in Iraq and Syria. The center estimates only 100 U.S. fighters have arrived from an American population more than 13-times larger. Dual nationals could also lose their Australian citizenship, while Australians without claim to another nationality could not.“The principle for us, which is very important, is that we don’t render people stateless,” Dutton told Sydney Radio 2GB.Australia can currently only revoke citizenship in cases of fraud in the citizenship application or where an Australian citizen joins the armed forces of another country to fight Australia.Because the Islamic State movement is not recognized as a state, membership is not a ground for losing Australian citizenship, Dutton said“I can hardly walk down the street without people saying: ‘Why do you let these people back into our country? They come back more radicalized,’” Dutton said.“They are a huge threat to Australian citizens. We should act and that’s what the government is doing,” he added.George Williams, a University of New South Wales constitutional law professor, said the Parliament could probably change the law on revoking citizenship without any constitutional obstacle. The Australian constitutional makes no mention of citizenship and contains no protections for its citizens akin to the U.S. Bill of Rights. Counterterrorism units were posted at Australian airports after the terror alert was raised in September. The government said on Thursday 288 passengers had been prevented from leaving Australia on security grounds since then.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories Sponsored Stories CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia plans to strip citizenship from Australian-born children of immigrants who become Islamic State fighters in its crackdown on homegrown jihadis, a minister said on Thursday.The government wants to change the Citizenship Act to make fighting for Islamic State in Syria and Iraq a reason for losing citizenship, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said.The government also wants to adopt the British legal model by revoking the citizenship of extremists who are Australian-born children of immigrants or an immigrant, forcing them to take up citizenship in the birth country of their parents, or parent, Dutton said. Parents, stop beating yourself up Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvementcenter_img Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments   Share   How men can have a healthy 2019 Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to helplast_img read more

Black Knight Announces Anthony Jabbour as CEO

first_img Black Knight HOUSING MCrowd mortgage 2018-02-11 Nicole Casperson Black Knight, Inc., a provider of integrated software, data and analytics to the mortgage and real estate industries, announced that Anthony Jabbour will assume the role as the company’s CEO on April 1. Current CEO Tom Sanzone will become the company’s Vice Chairman of the Board and will assist with the transition.Jabbour was most recently the COO of Fidelity National Information Services, Inc.’s Banking and Payments business. In this role, he had global accountability for solution development, sales, and delivery of banking and payments offerings for clients of all sizes and in all geographic markets.“Anthony has a strong track record of successfully growing businesses both organically and through acquisitions, establishing strong client relationships and managing large, complex technology operations in the financial services industry,” said Bill Foley, Executive Chairman of Black Knight. “He will build on the strong foundation that Black Knight has established, and I am confident he and the management team at Black Knight will take the company to the next level.”Foley continued, “Tom was Black Knight’s first CEO. His goals were to increase shareholder value and create a strategy and structure for the company that would set the course for future success, which included enhancing the company’s ability to cross-sell its products. He exceeded our expectations on all fronts, and we are grateful for his contributions in that role and look forward to working with him in his new position.”Since joining FIS in 2004, Jabbour held positions of increasing responsibility in operations and delivery services as a key member of the executive leadership team.During his tenure overseeing the North American market, Jabbour consistently grew the segment through a solid combination of organic growth, product expansion, market penetration and strategic acquisitions.Prior to joining FIS, Jabbour began his career in IBM’s Global Services group managing complex client projects and relationships. Among the key projects was the launch of a stand-alone Internet bank for CIBC, a major Canadian financial institution. That project led to him joining CIBC, where he built similar capabilities for their U.S. market. Share in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Technologycenter_img February 11, 2018 920 Views Black Knight Announces Anthony Jabbour as CEOlast_img read more

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