16 Oct
2019

Janet Jackson Pens Letter From My Heart Her Intimate Message To Black

first_imgIn an ESSENCE cover story exclusive, music icon Janet Jackson pens a deeply intimate message to Black women for the magazine’s first-ever “Happiness” issue.Janet Jackson ESSENCE coverIn Letter From My Heart, the artist reveals herself like never before — connecting with the audience as she shares her personal journey to finding joy and happiness in her life.In the essay, Jackson shares with her “ESSENCE Sistas” some of the lessons she learned from her childhood to adulthood—including her early struggles with depression, low self-esteem and failed relationships to her eventual growth as an artist, discovery of peace and learning to “fully embrace God’s love.” She shares: In Her Childhood: “I was happy when my brothers came home from performing on the road. I was happy when my mother lavished me with love. But I wasn’t happy with the way I looked…” In Her Teens: “Happiness came when people asked me to perform…but I was happiest when I was pleasing others and not myself. An older and wiser Janet might have said, ‘True happiness is knowing you’re doing the best you can…’” In Her Thirties: “These were difficult years, when I struggled with depression. The struggle was intense. I could analyze the source of my depression forever. Low self-esteem might be rooted in childhood feelings of inferiority. It could relate to failing to meet impossibly high standards. And of course there are always the societal issues of racism and sexism. Put it all together and depression is a tenacious and scary condition. Thankfully, I found my way way through it…” Today, at 52: “Now the height of happiness is holding my baby son in my arms and hearing him coo, or when I look into his smiling eyes and watch him respond to my tenderness. When I kiss him. When I sing him softly to sleep. During those sacred times, happiness is everywhere. Happiness is in gratitude to God…”The gorgeous GRAMMY award-winning singer and actress, who was photographed with members of her J Tribe dancers in the background, stuns as she donned clothing and accessories from designers such as Zac Posen, Givenchy, Haider Ackermann, Azzi & Osta and more.For more on the July/August issue, which hits newsstands on June 22nd, or to purchase tickets for Janet’s upcoming ESSENCE Festival performance on Sunday, July 8th, visit ESSENCE.com.last_img read more

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12 Oct
2019

Housing sales down 5 in JanMar 2019 on changes in GST rates

first_imgNew Delhi: Housing sales dipped by 5 per cent to 75,706 units in nine major cities during January-March period because of transition in GST rates, according to a report by property brokerage firm PropTiger. The company, which is part of News Corp-backed Elara Technologies that also owns Housing.com and Makaan.com, Monday released its ‘Real Insight Report’ for Q4 2018-19 that tracks housing sales and new launches in nine major cities — Bengaluru, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Gurugram and Noida. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: Icra”Housing sales in India’s nine key property markets declined 5 per cent year-on-year (y-o-y) and new project launches fell 32 per cent annually during Q4 2018-19,” the report said, adding that the unsold housing stock numbers declined by 10 per cent. PropTiger attributed the decline in home sales numbers to changes in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) transition rules. In contrast to PropTiger report, real estate consultant Anarock recently said housing sales rose by 58 per cent to 78,520 units in seven major cities during January- March period of 2019. Also Read – Ashok Leyland stock tanks over 5 pc as co plans to suspend production for up to 15 daysData analytics firm PropEquity said sales saw a 5 per cent rise at 56,146 units during January-March 2019 over the year-ago quarter in the nine major cities. As per the PropTiger data, housing sales rose maximum in Hyderabad by 26 per cent at 7,059 units in the January-March quarter of 2019 from 5,618 units in the year-ago period. Gurugram witnessed 10 per cent rise in sales at 5,764 units from 5,220 units in the corresponding period of the previous year. Sales in Kolkata were up by 8 per cent at 3,623 units. Pune saw 5 per cent rise in sales at 14,348 units from 13,712 units during the period under the review, while Mumbai reported 4 per cent increase in sales at 23,718 units. However, housing sales declined by 23 per cent in Bengaluru to 8,402 units. Chennai, too, witnessed 13 per cent dip in sales at 4,197 units. Ahmedabad reported 10 per cent dip in sales at 4,739 units. The maximum fall in was in Noida, with sales dropping by 50 per cent at 3,856 units. “While there might not be any significant improvement in new launch and home sales numbers in the first quarter of 2019-20, things may start to change after the results of the Lok Sabha elections are announced. “In fact, as more clarity emerges pertaining to GST issues, these numbers might see improvement in the quarters that follow. Property rates would also see an upwards movement in the times to come,” Elara Technologies Group Chief Operating Officer Mani Rangarajan said. In late February, the GST Council decided to cut GST rate on affordable homes to 1 per cent from earlier 8 per cent. The GST on under-construction flats, which are not under the affordable housing segment, was reduced to 5 per cent from 12 per cent earlier. The new GST rates were made effective from April 1. The developers were also denied input tax credit.last_img read more

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12 Oct
2019

Rio Olympics 2016 Bulgarian Silvia Danekova Fails Drugs Test

Sofia – Bulgarian runner Silvia Danekova has tested positive for a banned substance in Rio. She has been temporarily suspended pending a B sample test.The 3,000-metre steeplechase athlete tested positive for banned blood booster erythropoietin (EPO) on her arrival in Brazil on July 26 to compete in the Olympic Games.The Bulgarian Olympic Committee’s Secretary General Belcho Goranov told reporters: “Unfortunately, we have a positive test.” He declined to name the competitor. The athletics programme at the Rio Olympics begins today.

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6 Oct
2019

UN electoral team arrives in Iraq

The announcement comes a week after UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan received letters from both Iraqi leaders and officials of the United States-led Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) requesting UN assistance with the transfer of sovereignty at the end of June as well as help with preparations for elections before the end of January 2005.In response, Mr. Annan said he would dispatch a team led by his Special Adviser Lakhdar Brahimi and the electoral assistance team as soon as possible.Earlier this week, the Security Council welcomed the Secretary-General’s decision to send the teams to Iraq and called on all parties in the country to cooperate with them.

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4 Oct
2019

Most actively traded companies on the TSX TSX Venture Exchange markets

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Apr 12, 2013 5:30 pm MDT TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,337.59 down 143.79 points):Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Miner. Down $2.06, or 8.24 per cent, at $22.94 on 10.48 million shares. The gold subgroup led the losers on the main index sliding nearly six per cent to 213.97 points as the price of the bullion tumbled US$63.50 to $1,501.40 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The big gold miner has been facing problems with its projects in Latin America.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Down 47 cents, or 6.83 per cent, at $6.41 on 8.79 million shares.Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Down 96 cents, or 6.75 per cent at $13.27 on 7.70 million shares.Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G). Miner. Down $1.44, or 4.57 per cent, at $30.07 on 5.66 million shares.Uranium One Inc. (TSX:UUU). Miner. Down two cents, or 0.71 per cent, at $2.78 on 5.43 million shares.Torex Gold Resources Inc. (TSX:TXG). Miner. Down eight cents, or 5.26 per cent, at $1.44 on 5.32 million shares.Toronto Venture Exchange (1,022.61 down 25.92 points):Petroamerica Oil Corp. (TSXV:PTA). Oil explorer. Down half a cent, or 1.69 per cent, at 29 cents on 5.92 million shares.Primary Petroleum Corp. (TSXV:PIE). Oil and gas. Unchanged at 6.5 cents on 4.66 million shares.Companies reporting major news:BlackBerry (TSX:BB). Wireless technology. Up three cents, or 0.22 per cent, at $13.85 on 3.49 million shares. The smartphone maker is asking securities regulators in Canada and the United States to investigate comments made by investment firm Detwiler Fenton, which claims the company’s new touchscreen smartphones are being returned in unusually high numbers.Dollarama Inc. (TSX:DOL). Discount retailer. Up $3.59, or 5.55 per cent, at $68.23 on 956,861 shares. The discount chain boosted its dividend to 14 cents per share from 11 cents after reporting a big increase in fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates. Montreal-based Dollarama reported a profit of $77.1 million or $1.04 per diluted share versus $63.6 million or 84 cents per diluted share in the same quarter last year. Sales rose nearly 20 per cent to $561.9 million, helped by an additional week in the quarter and new stores.Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR.B). Media and communications. Down 46 cents, or 1.87 per cent, at $24.20 on 1.08 million shares. The Calgary-based cable and media company earned $182 million, or 38 cents per share in the December-February period. That was up from $178 million, or 38 cents per share, in the same period a year earlier. Consolidated revenue totalled $1.25 billion, up 1.6 per cent from $1.23 billion. Shaw also increased its guidance for free cash flow for the year. Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange markets read more

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2 Oct
2019

Spotlighting humanitys silent ally UN launches 2015 International Year of Soils

Food waste and composting Where food begins FAO estimates that a third of all soils are degraded, due to erosion, compaction, soil sealing, salinization, soil organic matter and nutrient depletion, acidification, pollution and other processes caused by unsustainable land management practices.Unless new approaches are adopted, the global amount of arable and productive land per person will in 2050 be only one-fourth of the level in 1960. It can take up to 1,000 years to form one centimetre of soil, and with 33 per cent of all global soil resources degraded and human pressures increasing, critical limits are being reached that make stewardship an urgent matter, Mr. Graziano da Silva said. Calling soils a “nearly forgotten resource,” he urged investment in sustainable soil management, saying that would be cheaper than restoration and “is needed for the achievement of food security and nutrition, climate change adaptation and mitigation and overall sustainable development.”Echoing that call, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that without healthy soils, “life on Earth would be unsustainable.” Indeed, soils are the foundation of agriculture. They provide vital ecosystem services and the basis for food, feed, fuel, fibre and medical products important for human well-being.“Soil is also the largest pool of organic carbon, which is essential for mitigating and adapting to climate change. In an era of water scarcity, soils are fundamental for its appropriate storage and distribution,” said Mr. Ban, urging all States to pledge to do more to protect this important yet forgotten resource. “A healthy life is not possible without healthy soils,” he declared.According to FAO, at least a quarter of the world’s biodiversity lives underground, where, for example, the earthworm is a giant alongside tiny organisms such as bacteria and fungi. Such organisms, including plant roots, act as the primary agents driving nutrient cycling and help plants by improving nutrient intake, in turn supporting above-ground biodiversity as well. Better management can assure that those usually unnoticed organisms boost soil’s ability to absorb carbon and mitigate desertification, so that even more carbon can be sequestered – helping offset agriculture’s own emissions of greenhouse gases. Marking the Year, FAO has implemented more than 120 soil-related projects around the world and produced together with the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the World Soil Map. Among the most urgent priorities is to update, standardize and render accessible the world’s knowledge of soil types and distribution. Currently, data on soils is very often outdated, limited in coverage, and fragmented in nature. One of FAO’s priorities is to establish a global soil information system that could assist with reliable data decision-making regarding soil management. 95% of our food comes from our soil Healthy soils are the foundation for food, fuel, fibre and even medicine said the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today as it kicked off 2015 the International Year of Soils on the first-ever World Soil Day.Soils are also essential to our ecosystems, playing a key role in the carbon cycle, storing and filtering water, and improving resilience to floods and droughts, and yet we are not paying enough attention to this important “silent ally,” the UN agency explained. The International Year of Soils kicks off today at events in Rome, New York and Santiago de Chile, in an effort to raise awareness and promote more sustainable use of this critical resource.“Today, we have more than 805 million people facing hunger and malnutrition. Population growth will require an approximately increase of 60 per cent in food production,” FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva warned today. “Unfortunately, 33 per cent of our global soil resources are under degradation and human pressures on soils are reaching critical limits, reducing and sometimes eliminating essential soil functions,” he added. The UN General Assembly declared 5 December World Soil Dayin December 2013. The Day and Year kicks off today with events in Rome, New York and Santiago de Chile, in an effort to raise awareness and promote more sustainable use of this critical resource.“I invite all of us to take an active role in promoting the cause of soils during 2015 as it is an important year for paving the road towards a real sustainable development for all and by all,” Mr. Graziano da Silva said. read more

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25 Sep
2019

Windermere should create special ash scattering platform for Hindu funerals says religious

Mark Eccles, head of park management for the Lake District National Park, said “there’s usually nothing to stop you from having a ceremony” in national parks but anyone scattering ashes should ask the permission of the landowner.He added it was “fine to use water with some caveats”, according to the BBC.”For inland rivers or lakes, contact the local Environment Agency to check there is no nearby water supply, and try to avoid areas where people might be swimming, fishing or boating while you’re doing the ceremony.”You are allowed to scatter ashes at sea, but if it is within five miles of shore it is advisable to let the local Environment Agency know.Cremation and the place ashes are scattered are considered particularly important in Hinduism, with followers believing the ceremony is tied to the process of reincarnation.  At traditional holy sites such as the River Ganges, the ashes of around 100,000 bodies are thrown in every year. Less than a million Hindus currently live in the UK and the number of ceremonies at Windermere is likely to remain small, with one estimate placing the figure at around 10 per month.  Sunrise at WindermereCredit: joe daniel price Lake Windermere from Loughrigg Fell at Ambleside about 30 minutes before sunrise  But for followers of Swaminarayan Hinduism in particular, the site is becoming increasingly sacred.”For us, the lake is as holy as any river in India and we believe that it would have the same impact for my father’s final journey as [if] we [were] travelling to India and performing the rites there,” said Khushal Bhojani, who scattered his father’s ashes in Windermere last month, according to the Times of India. “Due to Swamibapa’s connection with this lake, a number of devotees started visiting it and also immersing their dear ones’ last remembrance. Now it is not just the followers of Swaminarayan sect but also [the] Hindu population at large that is following the tradition,” said the revered Hindu spritual leader, Acharya Purushottompriyadas Swami. The British Mountaineering Council has also raised concerns about the number of ashes scattering ceremonies taking place in the Lake District, whether religious or not. Rob Dyer, access and conservation officer for the BMC, said it was a widespread issue that was affecting local eco systems in some areas. “It is actually increasing the nutrient content of soil on some tops in the Lakes – and as a result common grasses are able to out-compete rare high mountain species, which rely on low nutrient soils that other species can’t survive in.” Windermere should create a special area for scattering ashes, a leading Hindu figure has said. The Lake District has become a surprise tourist attraction for followers of Swaminarayan sect, a rapidly growing group within Hinduism, after one of its key gurus, Jeevanpran Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa, passed away following a boat ride on the lake in August 1979. Religious tradition dictates that the ashes of Hindus who die overseas should be scattered at holy sites such as Varanasi, Prayag and Haridwar on the banks of the River Ganges in India.But now some Swaminarayan Hindus in the north of England consider Windermere as sacred as the famous Indian sites.Rajan Zed, president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, called for a special gazebo building and altar style platform to be built on the banks of the lake. He urged the Environment Secretary Michael Gove and the Lake District National Park’s leaders to build a link road “so that grieving families and friends could gather and perform the last rituals properly, respectfully and peacefully”.Mr Zed told a conference in the US state of Nevada the UK government should “earnestly delve into developing this dedicated area for scattering cremated remains in view of substantial numbers of Hindu populace in England”.”Since Windermere Lake [is] becoming popular with Hindus for scattering the cremated remains of their loved ones; authorities should seriously look into creating a dedicated area along the Lake,” he said, offering “religious expertise” from Hindu scholars to design the structure. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

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20 Sep
2019

Kinect directement dans nos futures TV

first_imgKinect directement dans nos futures TVC’est ce qu’avance Thedaily.com, qui explique que Microsoft serait déjà en négociation avec les constructeurs Sony et Vizio pour intégrer la caméra Kinect directement dans leurs prochaines TV.Avec plus de 10 millions de ventes dans le monde, le Kinect est un beau succès. En venant concurrencer Nintendo et sa nouvelle façon de jouer avec la Wii (reconnaissance des mouvements à l’aide de manettes et d’un capteur), Microsoft amenait une nouveauté en supprimant totalement la manette. Le seul Kinect reconnaissait les mouvements du joueur. Mais l’idée a dépassé de très loin le monde du jeu vidéo (nous en parlions encore il y a peu). Dans celui de la télévision, son utilisation serait simple: Kinect servirait de télécommande et un simple geste suffirait donc pour changer de chaîne. On imagine que d’autres trouvailles verront le jour grâce à la caméra à tout faire de la firme de Redmond.Microsoft, qui a fait une percée dans le jeu vidéo à reconnaissance des mouvements, s’attaquerait donc à la télévision et marcherait ainsi sur les plates-bandes de Google, qui devrait sortir sa télé connectée dès 2012.Le 26 novembre 2011 à 12:45 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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15 Sep
2019

Bus loses control on I95 causes multivehicle crash

first_imgNo passengers were on the bus at the time.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (WSVN) – Dramatic video captured a chaotic collision in Boynton Beach after a bus lost control on Interstate 95, Thursday morning.The Palm Tran bus’ two rear wheels came off while driving on the highSurveillance videos shows the bus driver lost control, veered into another lane and smashed into a pickup truck.The crash led to a chain reaction accident with a total of five vehicles involved.The bus driver did his best to maintain control, but slammed into a guardrail and then a light pole.The bus was also rear-ended.Two people, including the bus driver, were taken to the hospital. He has since been released. last_img read more

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15 Sep
2019

Man found stabbed to death in Miami Beach apartment

first_imgMIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are investigating after a man was found dead in a MIami Beach apartment.Officers got the call Thursday morning regarding a crime near 14th Street and West Avenue. They found the dead man inside of an apartment with a stab wound.Police are asking for the public’s help to catch the attacker.If you have any information on this stabbing, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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14 Sep
2019

Face Up Strategy

first_imgAs a new publication, Arocha says Strategy’s cover lines were a tough area. “Cover blurbs have to play the part of ‘business’ when we fuse the business world with the creative world. They have to convey the magazine’s role as a business publication even when placed with a very artsy image.”The magazine’s second cover marks an initial venture into a world beyond concept covers. While the first issue “was to get us to the newsstand,” publisher Matt Pettoni says, the second cover “was to show readers who we really are.” DESIGNERS’ COMMENTS “The image is strong and clear, which gives it effectiveness, but the dark background color reduces the impact. The red of the lead cover line, ‘The King of Creative Marketing,’ is not legible on the reddish black background. ‘Hot Tips to Increase Income’ is a more effective pull than ‘How To Survive the Recession,’ and as such it should be the larger, more visible line. For business and financial titles there is an ongoing debate as to whether people or concepts make more effective covers. Concept covers are difficult to implement effectively issue after issue, but, when well done, tend to perform a little better. A person on a cover in this category can be effective if it is someone well known to the audience; if it is someone unknown, the impact is considerably diminished.” Linda Ruth | President | Publishers Single Copy Sales“The image is interesting. But the typography all seems to run together. The black bar at the bottom left cutting off his hand definitely isn’t helping the design. The biggest thing distracting me is the masthead and the tagline above it. It’s all very crowded and the two trademark symbols just aren’t needed.”Brian Taylor | Design Director | National Defense Magazine“I find this cover very difficult to understand. The ligature in the logotype is distracting. While I am sure this CEO’s look has something to do with the point he is proving, having your own logo on your clothes on a magazine cover doesn’t exactly say ‘creative marketing’ to me.”C. Winslow Taft, Jr. | Senior Art Director | Mental Floss Issue: November/December 2008Frequency: Bimonthly Launched: September/October 2008Circ: 20,000Editor: Mavian ArochaPublishing company: Strategy Magazine, LLCArt/Production Director: Emily Carmichael Who the heck is this guy? That’s what FOLIO: asked when initially seeing the November/December 2008 cover of Strategy, a business magazine tailored to young “Type A” MBAs. (The answer: a self-portrait of creative marketing CEO William Tincup.)Although November/December is only Strategy’s second issue, editor-in-chief Mavian Arocha has already worked to differentiate its cover from a typical business magazine. For its premiere issue, Strategy’s concept cover featured a hundred dollar bill wrapped around the fuse of a light bulb. While Arocha cites “amazing” feedback on this cover, the publication’s goal is to shy away from “‘always having to be about the light bulb.’ We want to do a 360-degree on the world of business and attract attention. Not so much in the business realm. We just really want people to pick it up.”Arocha credits cover model Tincup with the idea for the photo shoot. “I am a very big fan of self-portraits, so it’s an avenue I wanted to try. The photo shoot was wild and fun—and short. Once we previewed the image, we just knew.” Have a unique “cover” story? Contact FOLIO: Associate Editor Vanessa Voltolina.last_img read more

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11 Sep
2019

RMLD Invites Wilmington To FamilyFriendly Open House On October 11

first_imgREADING, MA — Reading Municipal Light Department (RMLD) is holding its Annual Public Power Week Open House on Thursday, October 11, 2018, from 3pm to 6pm, at the RMLD Garage (218 Ash Street, Reading).This free, fun and educational event features bucket truck rides, face painting, kids’ games and prizes, pumpkin decorating, a lineman dress-up activity for the kids, lineman demos, and an electric vehicle showcase.RMLD staff will provide education on electricity, electrical safety, and energy conservation, plus information about RMLD rebate and efficiency programs.The event also serves as a great opportunity for RMLD staff and customers to interact and build on an already positive relationship.Public Power Week is an annual event celebrated by not-for-profit, community owned electric utilities such as RMLD. Public power utilities take pride in providing safe, reliable, and affordable electricity to the local community.(NOTE: The above announcement is from RMLD.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSAVE THE DATE: RMLD To Hold Family-Friendly Open House On October 10In “Community”RMLD Invites Customers To Attend Open House During National Public Power WeekIn “Community”Wilmington Residents Invited To RMLD’s Family-Friendly Open House On October 5In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

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5 Sep
2019

Saddam Hussein at Ram temple A riveting Bengaluru story will kill your

first_imgSaddam Hussein of BengalurutwitterAt a time when the charged-up election campaign results in politicians stoking communal disharmony, a Muslim youth in Bengaluru has hogged the headlines by cleaning a Ram temple in the city ahead of Ram Navami.Saddam Hussein, 27, has been cleaning the Srirama Seva Mandali at Rajaji Nagar in the city for the past three years. And he does it with real devotion. Every year before Ram Navami, Hussein cleans the temple, which is visited by many devotees during the festivals.Hussein got the job through his employer Venkatesh Babu, who got appointed as one of the office bearers of the temple committee. Babu, who knew Hussein for many years, offered him the temple job.According to reports, Hussein plays an important role at the temple. He looks after the temple chariot, which is taken out in a procession across Rajaji Nagar on the occasion of Ramnavami. Not just Hussein, his mother Mehaboobi is also a part of the temple’s workforce. She helps in cleaning the vessels and does other jobs.Hussein said that no one has objected to his working at the temple. He says the work at the temple has only made him closer to the lord. “Everyone in the temple and my family appreciates my work and Hindu-Muslims are like brothers”, he said.”I am a Muslim by birth and have been working in the temple for the last 3 years. I feel good and it gives peace of mind. I take care of complete cleaning. No one has ever objected to it”, said Hussein, reports ANI.According to him, there are no issues between the Hindu and Muslim communities in the region and everyone lives in harmony. He adds that all the communal conflict is a creation of politics while common people remain peaceful. Even as another election season rekindles debate over  Ram Janmabhoomi and Babri Masjid Hussein goes about his job, spreading the message of unity in diversity.last_img read more

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3 Sep
2019

Rohingyas offer special prayers for safe return

first_imgRohingya Muslim refugees offer their Friday prayers at a mosque in the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia district on 23 August 2019. Photo: AFPRohingya imams offered special prayers Friday for a safe return to their homeland ahead of the second anniversary of hundreds of thousands of the minority fleeing Myanmar to Bangladesh.Some 740,000 Rohingya from Myanmar’s Rakhine state escaped in August 2017 a military offensive, joining another 200,000 who had fled earlier persecution.Two years later they remain in vast refugee camps in Bangladesh refusing to go home until Myanmar guarantees their safety and gives them citizenship.The imam at the Khadijatul Kubra mosque in Kutupalong — the largest refugee settlement in the world — prayed to “soften up” the heart of the Myanmar government.”Let us go back home in peace,” Abdul Hakim said.Most of the displaced mostly Muslim minority left their homes clutching only what they could carry.Bangladesh and Myanmar signed a repatriation deal in 2017 but two attempts to start sending people back, in November and then again this week, failed as the refugees refused to go.In addition to security and citizenship guarantees, they also demanded that their fellow Rohingya Muslims held in Internally Displaced Personnel (IDP) camps in Myanmar be released.”We prayed to Allah to get justice for what has happened to us. We would like to go back home. But only when our demands are met. I prayed for that today,” refugee Safiul Alam told AFP.Rohingya Muslim refugees offer their Friday prayers at a mosque in the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia district on 23 August 2019. Photo: AFPThe imam also asked the devotees to join a major rally to be held on Sunday in the camp to mark the second anniversary of their arrival.”We, once again, will peacefully tell the world our demands,” he said.The Rohingya are not recognised as an official minority by Myanmar, which considers them Bengali interlopers despite many families having lived in the country for generations.Rohingya Muslim refugees offer their Friday prayers at a mosque in the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia district on 23 August 2019. Photo: AFPUN investigators say the 2017 violence warrants the prosecution of top generals for “genocide” and the International Criminal Court has started a preliminary probe.”Myanmar has yet to address the systematic persecution and violence against the Rohingya,” Human Rights Watch said Thursday. “So refugees have every reason to fear for their safety if they return.”last_img read more

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1 Sep
2019

MoviePass and More Your Guide To Movie Theater Subscriptions

first_img For decades movie theaters have tried weird gimmicks to stave off rival forms media. Sure in 1950s you could watch stuff at home on your TV, but only True Cinema could offer experiences like 3D, super-duper widescreen, and whatever else convinced you to pay up for a ticket. And that dynamic really hasn’t changed at all, right down to 3D still being a thing.In a world where there’s seemingly endless content to watch on every screen phone, laptop, and internet-connected TV screen imaginable, movie theaters mainly exist as place for film fans to collectively mourn the form and for everyone else to make sure Twitter doesn’t spoil a Marvel stinger for them. We’re in a new age of theater desperation, so naturally there’s been a rise of a new gimmick to stave it off.Subscriptions are the hot new movie theater trend. Instead of paying Netflix every month to watch overlong TV shows, why not pay the theater or an outside service every month to see whatever current movie you want wherever and whenever you want (to a point). It’s like Spotify or Blue Apron but for freeing yourself from a la carte movie-watching instead of record or grocery stores. And also like Spotify and Blue Apron, the space is becoming increasingly competitive.When you think of movie theater subscriptions, the only name you’ve probably heard of is MoviePass, which pioneered the concept but is perhaps so convenient that it’s actually not profitable. Still, the industry clearly sees this model as the future as there are now multiple movie theater subscription services competing for your monthly tickets. The business, while not yet proven sustainable, has been validated.With competition comes consumer choice, choices you should be informed of before making. So here’s our guide to movie theater subscription services. They make all their real money off the popcorn anyway.MoviePassArguably the most recognized movie subscription service, with a MoviePass card or mobile app you gain access to countless movies at countless theaters.What You PayMoviePass’s two pricing tiers are the $7.95 per month MoviePass and $9.95 per month MoviePass Unlimited. Surge pricing also affects more popular movies.What You GetA base MoviePass subscriptions lets you watch three new movies per month (as well as a three-month trial of iHeartRadio All-Access). MoviePass Unlimited removes the cap and lets you watch as many movies as you’d like. The catch with both though is that you can only watch an individual movie once, a recent concession for actually making money instead of losing millions. So no repeat marathon sessions of Avengers: Infinity War.Also as the company’s money problems continue, random outages for certain popular new releases has become more common. For example, many users were unable to see Mission: Impossible- Fallout over opening weekend. Be aware that, unless MoviePass suddenly starts making ore money than it’s losing, these problems don’t seem to be going away. At a recent all-hands meeting MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe said subscribers shouldn’t expect to see big movies right away going forward.Where You Can WatchMoviePass works across theaters, big chains and local multiplexes, and it’s up to them whether or not to participate. But MoviePass brags that it is accepted at over 91 percent of theaters nationwide. And you can check in the app if your theater is supported. AMC Stubs A-ListWhy let third-party services make all the money from movie subscriptions when specific theaters, who already have customer loyalty programs, could just do them in-house? As the largest American theater chain, AMC is uniquely positioned to pull this off.What You PayAMC Stubs A-List is a single, $20 per month plan that includes all the benefits of regular old AMC Stubs.What You GetIn addition to seeing three movies a week in any format (and that’s week, not month), subscribers also get cash back, free and discounted food, and access to priority lanes when the theater is particularly crowded.Where You Can WatchObviously, the AMC subscription only works at AMC theaters. There are over 650 AMC theaters in North America alone, but your choices will be more limited compared to brand-agnostic movie subscription services. SinemiaThe most direct competitor to MoviePass on here, this one-time California-exclusive movie subscription service has now spread to America, Canada, Turkey, the U.K., and Australia.What You PaySinemia has a wide range of plans depending on how many tickets and perks you want with your subscription. You could pay as low as $5 per month up to $55 per month for individual or discounted family plans. Occasional limited discounts, like during the summer, even drop the price to $4.What You GetSinemia’s cheapest plan gives you one ticket per month with no limits on what theaters you can go to and the ability to buy tickets in advance. Its priciest plans grant three tickets per month including tickets for premium formats like 3D and IMAX.Where You Can WatchLike MoviePass, Sinemia is supported at a wide range of theaters, and you can see for yourself in the app if your local theater is included. Cinemark Movie ClubCinemark isn’t AMC, but it’s still a huge theater chain that can totally pull off having its own movie subscription service.What You PayCinemark Movie Club starts at $9 per month and each new ticket you want costs an additional $9 per month.What You GetAlong with the a la carte ticket pricing, Cinemark Movie Club members get discounts on food, reserved seats, and the ability to rollover unused tickets. However, premium formats aren’t covered.Where You Can WatchLike AMC, Cinemark’s service is limited to Cinemark theaters. That’s great news if you’re in Brazil, where it’s the largest theater chain. But even in America that means you’re looking at nearly 350 locations. Alamo Drafthouse Season PassGoing to an Alamo Drafthouse is a curated experience in and of itself. It can be more exciting than watching whatever movie you’re there for. The chain is small, with just 35 locations spread across major cities, but the cinephile fanbase is more than passionate enough to support a monthly subscription service.The Alamo Drafthouse Season Pass hasn’t started yet. In keeping with the company’s bespoke, deliberate nature the Yonkers, NY location will start sending out invites in July 18. So we don’t know what it will cost or include. This won’t rival MoviePass in terms of reach, but it could certainly be cooler. Now if only Alamo Drafthouse would deal with all those damning sexual assault issues.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target Vintage Shelf: Spike Lee Brings the Heat in ‘Do The Right Thing…Top Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This Week last_img read more

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31 Aug
2019

Man held with fake currency in West Bengal

first_imgKolkata: A man was arrested after fake Indian currency notes (FICN) with a face value of more than one lakh was recovered from his possession, police said today. The man was arrested yesterday from Akhra Fatak area under the jurisdiction of Nadial police station in the city’s port area, the police said.The fake notes recovered from his possession were in denominations of Rs 2,000 and Rs 500, a police officer said.The accused is a resident of Manasipalli in Nadia district, he added.”We are investigating the matter and trying to find out whether any gang was involved in it,” the officer said.last_img

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31 Aug
2019

Irate CM lashes out at Manekas comment on death of Lalgarh tiger

first_imgKolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday reacted sharply to Union Women and Child Development minister Maneka Gandhi’s comment on the killing of the Royal Bengal tiger in Lalgarh.Calling the incident a deliberate attempt to malign the state government, Banerjee said that Gandhi should apologise to the tribal people for her derogatory remarks. The Union minister has insulted the Adivasis, Banerjee said.”I am saddened that a Union minister has made unwarranted comments about a community. She said that Adivasis are poachers and they torture animals. I feel she should apologise to the Adivasi community,” an irate Chief Minister maintained. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsShe further went on to say: “I completely condemn the statements made by the Union minister. Adivasi brothers and sisters are our assets. Is she aware how many forests and deep forests are there in Bengal?” Banerjee also raised a question on how Gandhi knew that the tiger was killed by Adivasis. “Common people were living in fear for over a month. Police and Forest department officials took all measures to capture the tiger. Drones were used by the Forest department to catch the animal. Villagers who went to collect kendu leaves in the forest were also injured by the animal. Two persons are still undergoing treatment at the hospital. One should know about Bengal’s culture and its people before commenting on an issue,” the Chief Minister reminded. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedLaunching a scathing attack on the BJP, she said: “During elections they use Adivasis armed with bows and arrows. They hold Ram Navami rallies with arms. Don’t they feel ashamed then? A few days ago, they had brought Adivasis from Jharkhand, armed with bows and arrows.” At a time when Dalits are being persecuted across the country, her comments reflect BJP’s stand on SC/STs, Dalits, Adivasis and common people of the country, Banerjee added.”She must apologise to the nation. Bengal has a rich culture and heritage. She has no right to insult Bengal and Adivasis. We will not tolerate it. People of Bengal will give a fitting reply,” Banerjee stated.”Did she use a telescope? A tiger died and curious people came to see it. Even when people die, relatives and others come to pay their respects. How can she compare this with Shikar Utsav? She cannot ridicule a tradition of the Adivasi community,” the Chief Minister said.It may be mentioned that Gandhi had said earlier in the day that Bengal is the only place in the country where illegal killing of wild animals is “allowed and encouraged”.last_img read more

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27 Aug
2019

New Guideline for Prostate Cancer Supports Shortened Radiation Therapy

first_img News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more News | Prostate Cancer | October 12, 2018 New Guideline for Prostate Cancer Supports Shortened Radiation Therapy Recommendations from ASTRO/ASCO/AUA reflect evidence showing similar early cancer control and side effect rates with hypofractionated treatment, compared to longer courses of conventional radiation Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more October 12, 2018 — Three prominent medical societies issued a new clinical guideline for physicians treating men with early-stage prostate cancer using external beam radiation therapy (EBRT). Adoption of the guideline could make treatment shorter and more convenient for many patients with prostate cancer, the most common malignancy among American men.Developed by a panel of experts from the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and American Urological Association (AUA), the new guideline recommends offering patients a treatment option known as hypofractionated radiation therapy as an alternative to longer, conventional courses of radiation. ASTRO, ASCO and AUA published the guideline in their respective journals, Practical Radiation Oncology, Journal of Clinical Oncology and The Journal of Urology.”Conclusive evidence from several large, well-designed randomized trials now confirms that dose escalation can almost universally benefit men with early-stage prostate cancer who choose to manage their disease with external radiation,” said Howard Sandler, M.D., FASTRO, FASCO, chair and professor of radiation oncology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and co-chair of the guideline panel. “Significant advances in treatment planning and delivery have enabled oncologists to deliver more powerful, life-saving doses of radiation in fewer visits and without compromising quality of life.”External beam radiation therapy is a standard definitive treatment option that confers outcomes equivalent to radical prostatectomy for men with localized prostate cancer. When EBRT is hypofractionated, patients receive larger radiation doses across fewer treatment sessions — typically completing treatment in four to five weeks, compared with eight to nine weeks for conventional radiation. Extremely hypofractionated courses, also known as ultrahypofractionation, stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) or stereotactic ablative radiation therapy (SABR), can be completed in as few as five treatments.The recommendations apply to patients who require or prefer treatment instead of surveillance and have opted for EBRT instead of radical prostatectomy, brachytherapy or other treatment options for localized prostate cancer. Key recommendations are as follows:For men who have opted for EBRT, moderate hypofractionation (fraction size of 240-340 centigray (cGy)) should be offered as an alternative to conventional fractionation (180-200 cGy) regardless of cancer risk group, patient age, comorbidity, anatomy or baseline urinary function.Suggested regimens for moderate hypofractionation include the two schedules used with the largest number of patients in randomized clinical trials: 6,000 cGy delivered in 20 fractions of 300 cGy over four weeks, or 7,000 cGy delivered in 28 fractions of 250 cGy over five and a half weeks.While moderately hypofractionated EBRT confers similar early cancer control and side effects to conventional fractionation, physicians should counsel patients about a small increased risk of short-term gastrointestinal toxicity and discuss how data are limited for oncologic outcomes beyond five years post-treatment.Ultrahypofractionation (≥500 cGy) guidance varies by prostate-cancer risk: For low-risk patients who have opted for EBRT, it may be offered as an alternative to conventional fractionation; for intermediate-risk disease, it may be offered, but the expert panel strongly encourages treating these patients as part of a clinical trial or multi-institutional registry; for high-risk disease, the panel does not suggest offering ultrahypofractionation outside of a trial or registry. Recommendations for ultrahypofractionation were graded by the panel as “conditional,” reflecting the limited base of current evidence on this approach.Suggested regimens for ultrahypofractionation include the two schedules used most commonly in published studies: 3,500 cGy in five fractions of 700 cGy, or 3,625 cGy in five fractions of 725 cGy. For five-fraction regimens, the expert panel recommends against total radiation doses larger than 3,625 cGy outside of clinical trials or registries. Consecutive daily treatments also should be avoided when using five fractions.Recommendations also address the technical aspects of planning and delivering hypofractionated prostate radiation, including target and normal tissue volumes, dose constraints, margin definitions and delivery techniques. The expert panel universally recommends the use of image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT) and avoidance of non-modulated conformal techniques.Fraction sizes between 340 and 500 cGy have been examined in very few studies and were therefore outside the scope of the guideline. Also excluded from the current guideline are treatment for locally advanced or metastatic disease, post-operative radiation, salvage therapy and re-irradiation.”Men who opt to receive hypofractionated radiation therapy will be able to receive a shorter course of treatment, which is a welcomed benefit to many men. When clinicians can reduce overall treatment time while maintaining outcomes, it’s to our patients’ benefit, as they can spend less time away from family and less time traveling to and from treatment,” said Scott Morgan, M.D., FRCPC, assistant professor of radiation oncology at the University of Ottawa and co-chair of the guideline panel.”Image guidance and other advances in radiation therapy delivery have enabled radiation oncologists to treat prostate cancer with a therapeutic dose of radiation in a shorter treatment period than was previously possible,” said Daniel Barocas, M.D., associate professor of urology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and guideline co-author. “Results so far show comparable early cancer control to conventional fractionation, while maintaining an acceptable side effect profile. This has benefits to the patient in terms of reducing the treatment burden and cost, and may increase the acceptability of external beam radiation therapy.”To develop this guideline, a 16-member expert panel of clinicians, researchers and a patient advocate reviewed studies published from December 2001 through March 2017; sixty-one articles, including four large prospective randomized clinical trials with more than 6,000 patients, were evaluated. The guideline was approved by the ASTRO, ASCO and AUA Boards of Directors following a period of public comment. It has been endorsed by the Society of Urologic Oncology (SUO), the European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology (ESTRO) and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR).For more information: www.astro.org, www.asco.org, www.auanet.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more Related Content News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more last_img read more

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9 Aug
2019

Grim outlook for flagship Cypriot company

first_imgBy George PsyllidesFor decades J&P was the flagship of Cyprus’ construction industry, the most successful private company, which transcended the island’s confines to take on massive projects abroad. But this week it made the headlines for the wrong reasons, its workers in Saudi Arabia being unpaid for months and representatives set to meet bankers in the coming days in what could be sealing the company’s future.J&P Overseas, a subsidiary of Cyprus’s Joannou & Paraskevaides Group is apparently facing financial difficulties and has left its workers in Saudi Arabia unpaid for months, according to reports.In a leaked letter addressed to the company’s director Andreas Papathomas, J&P Overseas workers based in Saudi Arabia, including several dozen Cypriots, said that as a result of the company’s failure to fulfil its obligations to its staff, around 6,700 of them have to live under miserable conditions, as they lacked funds to even buy food.It was not immediately clear what the reason behind the problems was but the facts on the ground appear to be grim.The company reportedly has loans in excess of €1bn it cannot service and all the money it gets go to the banks, perhaps explaining why it cannot pay its workers.A make or break meeting is scheduled with the bankers this week, and survival will depend on the main shareholders of the company coming up with fresh funds.A crisis meeting of the representatives of the two families in Switzerland a little over a week ago failed to come up with an agreement.After 57 years, J&P Overseas could be looking at an inglorious ending.J&P Overseas was established in Guernsey in 1961, 20 years after George Paraskevaides and Stelios Ioannou had established what turned out to a very successful company in Cyprus.The company constructed or participated in the building of hundreds of largescale projects in Cyprus, including the Dhekelia and Moni power stations, the British bases – including RAF Akrotiri – water reservoirs, schools, hotels, highways, the fuel terminal at Vassilikos and the Limassol Marina.Its overseas branch initially took over projects in North Africa and quickly expanded into the Gulf in the 1970s.Today, J&P has a presence in the Middle East, Africa, the Asian Subcontinent, and Europe. The core of the J&P Group’s operations is the Gulf Area and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, with landmark projects in Saudi Arabia, the Sultanate of Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, with regional offices in Riyadh, Jeddah, Muscat, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Doha.During the mid-1980’s the company entered the Oil & Gas sector and has since built an impressive portfolio of successfully completed projects in Libya, Saudi Arabia and Cyprus in the upstream and downstream sectors, as well as in power generation.In Greece, the company was involved in the construction of the Rion Antirion bridge over the Gulf of Corinth, one of the world’s longest multi-span cable-stayed bridges and longest of the fully suspended type.You May LikeTact WatchMilitary Watch Everybody in United States is Talking AboutTact WatchUndoRealtor.comHow Much Does a Home Inspection Cost?Realtor.comUndoBusinessBuzzo7 Reasons an MBA Is a Waste of Time and MoneyBusinessBuzzoUndo Famagusta municipality says Varosha entry goes against UN regulationsUndoWidowers threaten legal action over pensionsUndoIran’s Revolutionary Guards publish purported exchange with British warshipUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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12 Jan
2019

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