first_imgThe New York State Supreme Court sentenced an Indian American woman to 12 years in prison for throwing her newborn baby in trash. Nausheen Rahman, 30, had, before her sentencing, submitted a plea before the court saying that her actions were a result of orthodox Muslim upbringing, which looks down on unwed mothers.“When I became pregnant, I was terrified of the response of my father and the cultural backlash that I knew I would experience, so I hid my pregnancy out of fear; fearing condemnation and estrangement from the family and an unspoken terror that would brand me as an evil and wicked person for the rest of my life,” her statement said.“It is the cultural corruption (of Islam) that places young girls and women under very rigid and unforgiving circumstances,” she told the court.Nausheen’s father, Aamir Rahman, refused to comment on what his daughter did, India West reported.The sentence was agreed upon when Rahman pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Sept. 12, according to Nausheen Rahman’s attorney Michael Cirigliano. “If we had gone to trial, she would have faced 25 years to life,” he told the publication. He also said that the judge could have imposed more years despite the negotiated plea.The judge did not heed Rahman’s plea for leniency before her sentencing on Dec. 11, according to a Staten Island Advance report.Calling her actions “unthinkable, unforgivable, callous,” he said: “You took a harmless child and put it in a garbage bag as if it was a worthless piece of trash. Today and only today do you show an ounce of remorse, so your sentence is well deserved.”Rahman, a resident of Staten Island, New York, has been in custody since March 12, 2016. The police had found a newborn baby, sucking on his thumb in a fetal position, wrapped inside a garbage bag in a trash bin outside Rahman’s house. After her arrest, she gave a confession to the police saying that she had not checked to see whether the baby was breathing. Rahman told detectives in a video-recorded interview last year: “I was like, ‘OK, he’s not crying, he’s not moving, maybe he’s dead. When I picked it up to put it in the bag, that’s when I saw he wasn’t breathing.”Rahman has already served almost 22 months of her 12-year sentence. Related ItemsNew Yorklast_img read more

first_imgThe long-term water supply projects in Rajasthan will be completed on time to ensure the availability of water in the geographically difficult areas. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given instructions for speeding up implementation of water supply schemes for both drinking and irrigation.Mr. Gehlot said at a review meeting here after the appointment of committees for the Rajiv Gandhi Jal Sanchay Yojana that the long-term projects would permanently resolve the issue of paucity of water caused by scanty and erratic rainfall in the State. “The projects should be formulated to meet the local needs and regularly monitored,” he said.The progress of projects financed by institutions such as the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, Japan International Cooperation Agency and New Development Bank as well as the dam, canal and small irrigation projects was reviewed on the occasion.The committees appointed at the district, block and village panchayat levels for the Yojana will coordinate the activities of various departments and monitor the progress of work for water conservation.last_img read more

first_imgIt has long been known that Apple is working on the second generation of its wireless Bluetooth earphones- the Apple AirPods. Last year, noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple could launch AirPods 2 along with a wireless charging case in the first half of 2019. And now, a new report seems to corroborate Kuo’s prediction about the launch of the Apple AirPods 2.According to a report by Digitimes, Apple will launch AirPods 2 sometime in the first quarter of 2019. What’s more? The report states that the AirPods 2 will come with a brand new design that will enable the wireless earphones to monitor various health-related metrics and carry out health monitoring functions.Notably, this is not the first time that we have been hearing about the Apple AirPods 2 getting health monitoring features. Last year the second-generation AirPods were seen listed on the Bluetooth certification site, Bluetooth Special Interest Group. The listing on the site revealed that the AirPods 2 will not only come with the latest Bluetooth standard, that is the Bluetooth 5.0, but they will also come bundled with a host of new and interesting features. The list of features that are expected to make it to the Apple AirPods 2 includes active-noise cancellation and biometric measurement.Additionally, trademark filings filed last year also reveal that the AirPods 2 will come something that is being described as the “wellness sensors”. Essentially, these are a group of sensors that will enable the device to monitor a host of health-related details such as heart-rate, body movement and calories burnt among others. Apart from the wellness features, the Apple AirPods 2 are also tipped to come with features that track, monitor, store, report and transmit biometric data.advertisementInterestingly, a Bloomberg report last year said that Apple would launch three new variants of its AirPods, two of which will be launched in 2019 with water-resistance technology, a wider operational range and heart rate monitoring function. The report noted that while the water-resistance feature may not make the AirPods 2 suitable to be put during swimming, it would make them resistant to rains and sweat.Apple introduced a host of advanced health related features such as ECG and fall-detection to its Watch Series 4 that was launched alongside the three new iPhones- iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max-in September last year. So, it would make make sense for Apple to bring health-monitoring features to its Apple AirPods 2 and complete its ecosystem.ALSO READ: | Apple working on two high-end AirPods for 2019ALSO READ: | Apple AirPods 2 appear on Bluetooth SIG certification site with healthcare featuresALSO READ: | Amazon, Google might be working on Apple AirPods competitors: Reportlast_img read more

first_imgWest Indies swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle, who blasted 77 runs in 27 balls in his final home one-day international match reflected on his two-decade international career, and what it meant playing for the national side.The 39-year-old expressed his gratitude to the people of the Caribbean for their support through this series and his career, according to the ICC’s website.”This is my last ODI series in the Caribbean so I was giving the fans a nice wave. Right through the tournament, they have been superb from both sides: West Indies and England sides. It would be nice if it was in Jamaica, but the crowds have been fantastic,” Gayle was quoted as saying by ICC’s website on Sunday.”It’s been an honour to wear the crest and entertain the people around the Caribbean. West Indies is No.1. This is the best achievement you can have in the Caribbean as a cricketer. This is the best thing, to be honest with you,” he added.Since announcing his retirement, Gayle has scored 424 runs in four matches at a strike-rate of 134.Gayle had been a diminishing force before the start of this series. Runs had deserted him in T20 leagues around the world. Gayle also went unsold twice at the 2018 auction before being bought by Kings XI Punjab for his base price ($200,000 approx).Not surprised by how well I have done: Gayle”I’m thankful for the form. I wasn’t getting any runs in the T20 tournaments I was playing. When you get a chance to score runs, make sure you score heavy. But it’s the best (I’ve played) in my home conditions and I’m happy and grateful for that,” he said.advertisement”I’m not surprised by how well I’ve done, or the number of sixes. Sixes come along. It’s just natural, to be honest. In T20s, I score a lot of sixes as well, but this is the first time in an ODI series. To hit 39 sixes aged 39 – it’s fantastic from a personal point of view,” he added.”But my mindset is that, even when I’m 60, I’ll still think I can do it. I’d still think I can score runs against the best bowlers in the world. That will never change. It’s just the body which is always the worrying part for me.”Also Read | West Indies capable of winning games in England during World Cup: Chris GayleAlso Read | Chris Gayle blasts West Indies to victory vs England, 5-ODI series ends 2-2Also See:last_img read more

first_imgBundelkhand has seen too many political skirmishes over hunger deaths, farmer suicides and water crisis due to drought. Banda, one of the seven districts of Uttar Pradesh in the Bundelkhand region, was one of the worst-affected when drought hit the area in 2016. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) in 2009 sanctioned Rs 7,266-crore package for Bundelkhand as drought relief and integrated development. The package envisaged digging of wells and farm ponds. The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), then in power in the state, entered into a war of words with the Centre over the exact amount sent for relief. Also Read – Hijacking Bapu’s legacyDuring the 2016 drought, when starvation deaths were reported from Banda, the Central government offered to send a water train to mitigate the crisis. The proposal was turned down by Akhilesh Yadav, who was then chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. Instead, he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought an aid package of Rs 11,000 crore to buy 10,000 tankers to send water to villages facing shortages. The money was to be spent on other heads as well. Also Read – The future is here!The Centre had asked the state to look for long-term solutions for the drought-hit region. Recently, the Yogi Adityanath government cleared a Rs 47 crore package “to ensure immediate availability of water in the region.” Poll season In Banda and Chitrakoot — the two districts together make the Lok Sabha constituency — politicians do their usual rounds begging for votes and then disappear until the next poll, like in every other backward area. Poverty, hunger and deprivation plaguing the region hardly become a poll issue. The UP government’s promise of a defence corridor for the region’s development is yet to take off. The promised setting up of AIIMS is also far from realisation. Meanwhile, illegal mining is killing the rivers. “No MP or MLA has bothered to look back to see how we are faring,” said a villager, talking about the stray cattle menace unleashed on them by the Yogi Adityanath government. The two cow shelters here, he added, are a big farce as the cattle are let out once in a while and “our crops are destroyed”. Banda is a small town where life begins at dawn and ends a little after sunset. Much of Banda’s life revolves around mining of red sand from the Ken river, which passes through the town. The river is its lifeline, and also a rich source of revenue for the mining mafia, who keep the pockets of district officials and politicians lined. Cross the bridge over the Ken and one can see men, women and children filling up bags with red sand which is then ferried to different parts using various modes of transport — cycles, autos, push-carts, motorcycles and trucks. Carrying red sand in small quantities helps avoid taxes. In the process the state loses on its royalty. Ferrying sand fetches easy money, around Rs 100 a day, half of which is spent on country liquor and food, according to the editor of a national vernacular daily. Acute water shortage People are content and they don’t seem interested in improving their lifestyle. Those with some ambition migrate to other cities for work. Water shortage, he says, is acute. After PM Modi’s recent poll rally, the district administration is working on plans to ensure a trouble-free summer. But it is the Patha area — about 68 km from Banda and a further 20 km from Chitrakoot town — which is a vast stretch of parched land. Although there are a few borewells, it’s not enough. Locals, who depend on a huge pond built about 100 years ago by the king of Rewa — an adjoining district which falls in Madhya Pradesh — say that since the soil is rocky, special machines are required to dig borewells. People in Patha use the pond for bathing, washing clothes, bathing their cattle and also for drinking. The water is not purified in any way before drinking or cooking. A former gram pradhan Annu Devi’s husband, Dwarka Prasad, claims that nobody has ever fallen sick because of the water. The secret, he guesses, lies in the large number of fish in the pond. Fishing is banned and this unwritten rule is followed by mostly all the residents. Patha jungles are famous for its dacoits — Dadua was one of them. Tendu leaves are used to make bidis and mahua, which form an important part of diet among the poor. Those who can’t afford food grains rely on mahua to make ends meet. Tendu leaves are one major source of employment for the local people. However, often, it’s the contractors who make a fortune out of it. The Samajwadi Party (SP) candidate from the area, Shyama Charan Gupta, is a bidi magnate. For the people in Banda-Chitrakoot areas, life is a daily struggle for survival even as they wait for comprehensive development as a permanent solution to their woes. (Atul Chandra is a senior journalist based in Lucknow. The views expressed are strictly personal)last_img read more

“There is no peace without sustainable development, and there is no sustainable development without peace, emphasizing that both have a fundamental precondition: that all citizens have access to a dignified life and food necessary to lead a dignified life,” FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said yesterday in a news release.The Colombian Government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP), the main opposition group, have agreed an historic peace accord meant to end the Western Hemisphere’s longest running conflict. That deal was the culmination of four years of talks between the two sides, and led to a cessation of hostilities and agreements on key issues such as political participation, illicit drugs and victims’ rights, transitional justice and land rights, which was the focus of a parallel event at a meeting of the FAO Council.Mr. Graziano da Silva stressed that “the peace agreement, proposes a profound change in the rural areas of the country. It will enable production to diversify, improve incomes and promote governance of land and natural resource tenure.” FAO’s support to the peace accord’s land reform plank is based on the agency’s Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure, assisting the government of Colombia on safeguarding people’s rights to property or access to land, forests and fisheries, which has been one of the topics of the peace agreement. The UN agriculture agency will also offer its expertise by monitoring and evaluating of Colombia’s social protection programmes. These programmes will be linked to family farming through public procurement. Civil society and institutions that have been “historically far from the State” will have to be involved, according to Mr. da Silva, for reforms to be effective. He added that FAO has accumulated a great amount of experience in these areas that it can offer to the Colombian Government. At the FAO event, the Colombian Ambassador to Italy stressed that the Latin American country has more than 20 million hectares of arable land, only seven million hectares of which are planted. Ambassador Juan Mesa Zuleta said that Colombia is among the seven countries of the world “that can best contribute” to ending world hunger, adding that the transcontinental country itself imports food from the world that “we could plant on our own soil”. read more

All-America forward Otto Porter is leaving Georgetown after his sophomore season and making  himself eligible for the NBA Draft.“The toughest part was knowing you’re going to leave a great place like this,” Porter said Monday at a news conference on campus alongside Hoyas coach John Thompson III. “I love this place.”Porter, ranked fourth overall among draft prospects by ESPN.com’s Chad Ford, was the Big East player of the year and finished second in the voting behind Michigan’s Trey Burke for The Associated Press player of the year award. Burke, also a sophomore, is leaving college for the NBA as well.Porter averaged 16.2 points and 7.5 rebounds, both highs for Georgetown. Along with outstanding junior guard Markel Starks, Porter led a team that was unranked in the preseason to as high as No. 5 in the AP poll.The Hoyas were a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament, but lost their opening game to Florida Gulf Coast and finished 25-7.The 6-foot-8 Porter, from Sikeston, Mo., was Georgetown’s sixth All-America selection and first since Allen Iverson in 1996. He also was a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award.It’s Porter’s all-around game that impresses, with an ability to score inside or from beyond the 3-point arc, to rebound, to set up teammates and play defense.“Whatever they ask him to do, he’s going to be able to do,” Thompson said.Porter’s breakout performance — the one that put him on everybody’s radar — came on the road against Big East rival Syracuse on Feb. 23. Porter produced 33 points, eight rebounds, five steals and hit five 3-pointers while playing all 40 minutes in a Hoyas victory.After Porter had 10 points, eight rebounds and seven assists when Georgetown beat Syracuse again on March 9, Orange coach Jim Boeheim declared that Porter ought to be the No. 1 overall pick in the next NBA draft.Now everyone will get a chance to find out exactly where NBA teams think Porter stands.“On draft night, we don’t expect him to be sitting around too long,” Thompson said. read more

In the last game of Saturday, Hungary won against Romania 20:19. The teams struggled a bit long to score their first goals – Hungary did it not before 6. minute, and Romania had to wait even 5 minutes more. Hostesses had the upper hand and won at halftime 10:8. They lost the lead in 38. minute when very well-playing Cristina Neagu scored at 13:13 and gave her team the lead two minutes later. Mostly thanks to her and unbelievably playing goalkeeper Paula Ungureanu, Romania took 2-goal-lead. Hungarians seemed to have lost their hopes for a while but they equalized at 19:19 with 4 minutes to go and took the 20:19 lead. Romanians had a chance to score at least an equalizer, but Neagu let her team down in the most important moments while Kiss in Hungarian goal saved very important throws.STATISTICSSTANDINGS:1Norway  62Hungary 43Spain 44Denmark 35Romania 16Poland 0TEXT: Martyna Usnarska ← Previous Story Norge girls one step closer to Budapest: Solberg unlocks the keys to the victory Next Story → EHF EURO 2014 Zagreb: Four teams in battle for Budapest read more

first_imgOne of the interesting projects that Intel has been working on is Wireless Display technology, also called WiDi. Not many devices feature WiDi yet, but part of the reason is because the technology didn’t feature HDCP for copy-protected content, which made it worthless for viewing HD video. That is, until now.Intel has just released WiDi 2.1, and WiDi capable devices can update to it now in order to take advantage of the new features. WiDi 2.1 finally introduces support for HDCP video, which means a WiDi display and compatible Blu-ray players or computers can stream a HD movie to their display without issue, and all the way up to 1080p.Previously, WiDi worked for analog video and non-HDCP video, but now, if you have a device with a 2nd Generation Intel Core processor, you can update the Wireless Display application and your graphics drivers, and you’ll be ready to stream video to a compatible display.The new version of WiDi also includes support for 32 and 64-bit systems through the same installer, and can stream 1080p video encoded via H.264 over 802.11n. You’ll still need a display or device on the other end of the stream capable of receiving and displaying WiDi video, so not any old television or computer monitor will do.WiDi devices aren’t terribly easy to come by just yet, since the technology is so new and because Intel is driving it as part of their Intel Core processor platform. Belkin and Netgear have already partnered to manufacture WiDi adapters for HDTVs that you can plug in and immediately start streaming video to, but it’s unlikely we’ll see broad adoption of wireless video technology until more companies get behind it and displays start coming with WiDi receivers built-in.Read more at Intel (WiDi Info Page) via SlashGearlast_img read more

first_imgDécouvrez en images le “Plastisoil”, un nouveau type de bétonNaji Khouri, un chercheur de l’université de Temple, a élaboré une substance semblable à du béton qui utilise des détritus et des bouteilles recyclés et pourrait aider à résoudre certains problèmes environnementaux.Un chercheur de l’Université de Temple a développé une matière proche du ciment qui permet de mieux filtrer les eaux de pluies. Naji Khoury, qui s’intéresse au domaine de l’ingénierie civile et environnementale à Temple, utilise une mixture faite de bouteilles plastiques recyclées et de détritus  afin de créer du “Plastisoil”, un produit décrit comme une sorte de ciment perméable. Lorsqu’il est mélangé et réchauffé, il devient ce que le Pr. Khoury appelle “un Plastisoil poreux” qui fonctionne comme un asphalte poreux. Naji Khoury a affirmé que son invention pouvait être utilisé pour atténuer les problèmes environnementaux liés au ruissellement des eaux de pluie. La substance pourrait être utilisée dans la réalisation de trottoirs, pistes cyclables et piétonnes et parkings.Découvrez en vidéo le “plastisoil” et ses propriétés, présentés par Naji Khoury : https://www.maxisciences.com/plastisoil/le-plastisoil-un-beton-fait-de-matieres-usagees_art10696.htmlLe 26 novembre 2010 à 15:22 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_img Three political newcomers have their sights set on unseating Battle Ground City Councilman Mike Ciraulo.Cherish DesRochers, Richard Brown and Lyle Lamb are campaigning for Ciraulo’s Position 1 seat. And the busiest council race among Clark County’s small cities has turned testy as Ciraulo hikes the Pacific Crest Trail with his two sons.Brown and others have accused Ciraulo of flip-flopping on developing a community pool. Ciraulo is in favor of a proposal calling for the city to work with the YMCA and possibly the school district to build a pool. But while serving as mayor five years ago, Ciraulo was skeptical of a pool proposal advanced by former Councilman Paul Zandamela.Brown questions the timing of Ciraulo’s support for the new pool project and the idea of issuing bonds to pay for it.“I think there are other (funding) avenues the city could look at,” he said.Brown said as mayor he’d work to lower the burden on taxpayers.For his part, Ciraulo has taken to Facebook to dispute that he’s flip-flopping and using a popular project to advance his campaign.In a post on the social network Tuesday, Ciraulo wrote that he was disappointed his opponents were using his absence to “lie about the facts concerning the pool project in Battle Ground.”He said he opposed one proposal to build a community pool several years ago because there were already ongoing discussions with the YMCA to work with the city on the project. In recent months, a community group has revived the proposal, Ciraulo wrote, so he’s supporting it at the council level. On Monday, in Ciraulo’s absence, council voted to push back future discussions of the pool project until after the Nov. 5 election.Ciraulo, who’s served on city council for more than a decade, said he wants to continue serving on city council.His opponents say it’s time to bring new views to council. One is putting money behind his convictions.Lamb, an active Republican precinct committee officer, has raised $1,610 in campaign donations, according to Washington’s Public Disclosure Commission.Changes need to occur on the city council, he said. In particular, he said, the city’s budget should be cut to reflect how people in the community are still being affected by the recession. Mike Ciraulolast_img read more

first_imgDownload AudioWednesday marked one week since the Funny River fire began burning on the Kenai Peninsula. Very early on in the fire, one group – Alaska Interagency Incident Management Team – from Fairbanks has been in control of the firefighting efforts.last_img

first_imgHyderabad: The behaviour of a male constable in civil dress on Wednesday, who reportedly groped and pinched an Ayurvedic girl student at Charminar as women constables were trying to shift them from the place where they were staging a dharna, came in for sharp criticism from the students and social activists. As the visuals of the incident went viral on news channels, the police said that they would inquire into the incident and take necessary action if the constable was found guilty and if his acts were found to be intentional. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us It all happened when the Ayurvedic students were staging dharna against State government’s proposal to shift Ayurvedic College from Charminar to Erragadda. In the video, the male cop was seen lifting the girl student with his feet and delivered blows and pinched her. The impact of the blows was such that the girl started crying loudly and shouted for the help of others. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us Ayurvedic medicine students, their parents and the civil society activists demanded immediate sacking of the cop for his heinous act. They further questioned the city police authorities, by asking if that was what the friendly policing was? They alleged that by taking advantage of the situation, the male constable groped women medicos and tried to play innocent. Advertise With Us They said when the women constables were there and they were on their job to shift the agitators by taking them into custody, what was the need for a male constable in civil dress to enter and indulge in the heinous act. At a press conference, DCP Ambar Kishore Jha clarified that they had taken serious note of the issue and if need be will take strict action on the cop after verifying the facts. He said sometimes during executing the duty some intentional and unintentional incidents happen. But he did not explain why a male constable had to push his way into the place when women constables were removing the students. The Ayurvedic students sat on a dharna demanding withdrawal of the proposal of the State government to shift the Ayurvedic college from Charminar to Erragadda.last_img read more

first_img Rosen and Darnold have the leverage in this situation. They shouldn’t reward teams for tanking.If I’m Josh Rosen or Sam Darnold and the two worst teams in [the NFL] next year are the Jets & Browns, I’m staying in school.”“If I’m Josh Rosen or Sam Darnold and the 2 worst teams in [the NFL] next year are the Jets & Browns, I’m staying in school.”— @ColinCowherd pic.twitter.com/BfLFd9Shxb— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) June 7, 2017 The Jets are shedding veterans and committing to the tanking life for the 2017 NFL season. With the grand prize of USC’s Sam Darnold or UCLA’s Josh Rosen waiting at the top of the draft, the race to the bottom in the NFL in 2017 is going to be intense, and the only way there is by throwing in the towel before the season begins.Today, Colin said that the culture of a team that is actively engaged in not being competitive is a toxic destination for an NFL rookie quarterback, and the Browns and Jets are entering the season with weak rosters, no answers at quarterback, and have shown no urgency to pursue viable short term solutions.Colin’s advice to Darnold or Rosen if the Browns or Jets are sitting at the top of the draft? Stay in school.They would be better off getting more reps in another year of college than getting going to either team. More college experience for quarterback prospects is rarely a bad thing. Some good cultures have down years, but these are just bad cultures and should be avoided in the interest of long-term career health. Advertisementlast_img read more

first_img Thursday, July 4, 2019 << Previous PostNext Post >> VANCOUVER — Luxury rail train Rocky Mountaineer is celebrating 30 years with a new promotion to kickstart the 2020 season.The Unforgettable 4 promotion offers up to four free perks for travellers who book rail packages consisting of eight days or more. These perks include: two additional hotel nights, one transfer, and one dinner worth up to $1,000 in added value, per couple.Available until Aug. 31, 2019 on qualifying 2020 packages, the offer must be requested at the time of booking and has no cash value.The ‘First Passage to the West at Leisure’ package is one of the eligible packages that are part of the promotion. On this journey, guests spend two days onboard the Rocky Mountaineer and enjoy overnight stays in Lake Louise, Banff and Calgary.For more information, visit rockymountaineer.com. Share Posted bycenter_img Rocky Mountaineer marks 30th anniversary with new promotion Tags: Rocky Mountaineer Travelweek Group last_img read more

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