first_imgKolkata: A middle-aged man committed suicide by jumping in front of a Dum Dum-bound rake at Rabindra Sarovar Metro station on Saturday afternoon leading to the disruption of services in both Up and Down line for some time. The incident occurred at around 12.09 pm. The victim whose identity is yet to be ascertained was found anxiously waiting at Rabindra Sarovar Metro station. When a Dum Dum-bound train was entering the platform, he jumped in front of the speeding train. The motorman tried to stop the rake by applying the emergency brakes but the victim, aged around 50, had already gone beneath the rake. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe Metro officials disconnected the power supply into the third rail immediately. The Railway Protection Force and Metro officials reached the spot and started the rescue operation. It took around 45 minutes to recover the victim’s body from the railway track. He was taken to MR Bangur Hospital where the doctors pronounced him brought dead. Metro services were disrupted for almost an hour after the incident. Truncated services between Maidan and Noapara stations in the Up line were available. Normalcy was restored after 1.30 pm.last_img read more

first_imgThe families of Canadians killed in the Ethiopian Airlines crash last month have launched a lawsuit against plane maker Boeing.Lawyers in Chicago have filed the suit on behalf of a Brampton, Ont., family that lost six members and a man who lost his Hamilton-based wife and three young children.This is Hiral Vaidya, who lost six family members in the March 11th crash. They were off to Kenya for a safari vacation when the Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed shortly after takeoff @NEWS1130— Kurtis Doering (@KDnewsguy) April 29, 2019Paul Njodoge of Hamilton lost his wife and three children when the 737 MAX 8 went down six minutes after takeoff.“Those six minutes will forever be embedded in my mind,” he said through tears. “I was not there to help them. I couldn’t save them. It was up to Boeing and the others in charge to save them. We plead for a safe flight.”All 157 people on board Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 were killed when the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft en route from Addis Ababa to Nairobi crashed on March 10.Lawyers for the families behind the lawsuit allege Boeing was blinded by greed as it rushed its 737 Max 8 jets to market, claiming the company put profits over safety.“My wife and I had many plans for our family,” Njodoge said. “To see our children lead fulfilling and successful lives. But instead, I’m left with nothing, without a home. Because I have no home to go to.”The families have also filed a claim against the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, alleging the regulator enabled the plane’s rush to market.The allegations have not been proven in court.last_img read more

31 December 2010The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) today hailed a new law granting children in the Republic of Congo belonging to indigenous populations a legal basis to access health, education and protection. “This law is unique in the region and sets an example for all other countries having indigenous populations similar to the ones in Congo,” said Marianne Flach, UNICEF Country Representative in Congo. “This is a great step forward for the children of the Congo, and represents a milestone in Congolese history,” she said of the law protecting and promoting the rights of indigenous populations, which was adopted by the country’s Senate after being ratified by the National Assembly. Congo is a party to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which articulates a set of universal children’s rights including the right to an identity, a name and a nationality, the right to an education, and rights to the highest possible standards of health and protection from abuse and exploitation. It is also one of the poorest countries in the world, according to UNICEF. In addition, indigenous populations are “precariously balanced on the bottom rung of the society, the poorest of the poor,” the agency noted in a news release.A vast majority of the country’s indigenous peoples live under the poverty line, 50 per cent of the children have no birth certificate, and one out five children dies before reaching the age of five – compared to one in eight among the rest of the population.Further, 40 per cent of children belonging to indigenous populations suffer chronic malnourishment and 75 per cent of young people lack any schooling. Ms. Flach stressed the need to make sure that the law is now put into practice. “This is the only way to ensure this law becomes a reality for the most vulnerable in the Congo.” read more

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 25, 2014 5:57 pm MDT VICTORIA – Three proposed multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas projects in northern B.C. have been awarded the environmental green light by the provincial government.The ministries of Environment and Natural Gas Development now have environmental assessment certificates for two pipelines and one export facility.The Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission pipeline and the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission pipeline would start near Fort St. John and Hudson’s Hope, respectively, and end hundreds of kilometres away on the coast in Prince Rupert.Capital costs for the proposed projects are expected to hit $7.5 billion and $5 billion.The Pacific NorthWest LNG export facility would be built in the Port of Prince Rupert and its estimated capital cost is $11.4 billion.The Environment Ministry says the projects still need permits from all three levels of government, and the LNG export facility is still subject to a federal environmental B.C. government gives environmental green light to three LNG projects read more

Badger pride will be out in full force this summer, as Brock extends its renowned student and campus experience to several Niagara-area events.The list of local festivities the University is sponsoring continues to grow, with red-shirted volunteers set to drum up excitement across the region throughout the summer.“One of Brock’s many strengths is community engagement, which happens on multiple levels throughout the University and in the community,” said Gord Hunchak, Associate Vice-President, External Relations. “We excel in engaging with the community in experiential learning opportunities, co-op placements, research projects, academic partnerships and youth camps, to name just a few examples. By extending our involvement into major events throughout the region, our bond with the community as “Niagara’s University” is further strengthened.”Over the past few months, Brock was present at several local events, including In the Soil Arts Festival, Niagara VegFest, the Rankin Cancer Run and the CSSRA Regatta. The University also welcomed the public to tour its arts facilities as part of Doors Open Ontario.Coming up this weekend, Brock is a gold-level sponsor at the popular Pelham Summerfest, which runs from July 13-16 in downtown Fonthill.During the event’s Saturday Street Festival on Pelham Street, Boomer will be mingling with the crowd and Brock ambassadors will be handing out fun summer-themed swag.The University, in partnership with Brock Sports, is sponsoring the event’s Teen Zone at Marlene Stewart Streit Park Saturday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., bringing in sports equipment — and fidget spinners — and introducing visitors to ultimate frisbee.Also this weekend, Brock is sponsoring Happening at the Forty — a Grimsby street festival that runs from July 13 to 15.Later this month, the University is expanding its community efforts beyond Niagara, sponsoring Hamilton Fringe Festival — and its Youth Access passes — from July 20-30.The passes are printed and distributed to local schools and community groups in the Hamilton area, giving youths aged 18 and under access to free tickets to Fringe shows.The event, which takes place in downtown Hamilton, features more than 300 performances, including musicals, dance, comedies, magic shows, dramas and family entertainment.Representatives from Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts will be at the festival’s kick-off event on July 19 at the Lincoln Alexander Centre.The month will conclude with a splash as Brock does its part to support Welland Floatfest, which will have participants set sail on their inflatables in the recreational canal.The University is the official volunteer sponsor for the July 30 event, where an attempt will be made to set a new Guinness World Record for the longest line of water inflatables.Brock ambassadors will also be on scene through a partnership with Student Life and Community Experience.All of these events, and many others, form a lead-up to Brock’s biggest community event of the year, Homecoming weekend Sept. 15-17, where everyone is invited to join Brock students, alumni, faculty and staff in celebrating the start of another academic year. “The Brock experience is like no other, and participating in these events allows us to bring the Brock experience out to the community,” Hunchak said.The University will also be participating in a series of community events throughout August. Check back on The Brock News before the end of July for a full listing. read more

first_imgABB company Ventyx, at its Ventyx World 2013 customer conference attended by IM, has launched what it says is “an innovative new solution for managing the health of mission-critical assets underpinning the operations of companies in asset-intensive industries such as energy and mining.” Available for electric transmission companies worldwide, the Ventyx Asset Health Centre will also be available in future releases to support electric distribution, power generation and mining. Developed by Ventyx and ABB in partnership with American Electric Power (AEP), one of the largest electric utilities in the US, the new Ventyx Asset Health Centre solution for transmission companies “represents a significant step forward in asset management that fully leverages utilities’ new smart grid technology investments”, says Ventyx.By integrating real-time data generated by operational technology (OT) systems with transactional and historical data housed in information technology (IT) software, the solution offers utilities access to more timely and actionable insights into the health of vital transmission network assets. Armed with a real-time analysis of asset health across the entire transmission network, utilities can reduce unplanned outages caused by asset failure, and increase service reliability to their customers. Since 2009, AEP has been partnering with ABB and Ventyx to develop a similar pioneering asset health platform supporting AEP’s business. Incorporating the “wealth of operational and diagnostic experience provided by AEP and ABB”, the Ventyx Asset Health Centre is now available to all transmission owners and operators.“At AEP, we faced a range of issues common to all transmission operators with aging infrastructures,” said Robert Bradish, Vice President Grid Development, AEP. “At the same time, we recognised an opportunity in the rising tide of big data being generated at unprecedented rates by our equipment’s smarter sensors, equipment monitors and the like. To transform this data into practical and actionable information, we knew we needed a new combination of technologies, and partnered with market leaders ABB and Ventyx to develop this strategic solution.” At its core, the Asset Health Centre manages the collection of data from across the transmission grid, automating what is otherwise a time-consuming manual process performed by highly skilled individuals. It then applies advanced analytics to real-time, transactional and historical data to achieve more timely insight into asset performance across the grid, helping to drive decisions and actions that maximise asset health and performance. It further advances this process by delivering real-time visibility through a comprehensive set of business intelligence dashboards customized for transmission operations.“With the new Asset Health Center, utilities can now transform the real-time and historical data gathered from across their increasingly smart transmission networks into meaningful and timely insights about the health of their transmission infrastructure,” said Enrique Santacana, ABB’s North America President and CEO. “Thus, they can now proactively monitor and maintain mission-critical assets in real time, and gain critical insights necessary for asset replacement, prior to failure.”The Ventyx World 2013 customer conference in San Francisco is the first annual gathering of the global Ventyx customer community to share best practices in asset-intensive industries for minimising risk, maximising efficiency and driving bottom-line results. For more information, visit http://www.ventyxworld.comlast_img read more

first_imgGOOGLE HAS RESTRICTED access to a BBC blog posting and several British newspaper stories under a legal ruling granting people a right to be “forgotten” in search engines, it emerged on Thursday.BBC economics editor Robert Peston complained that Google had “killed this example of my journalism” after being informed that a 2007 posting about former Merrill Lynch chairman Stan O’Neal had been removed from certain searches in Europe.The Guardian newspaper also said it had been notified that six links to its stories had been removed from search results, three of them about a 2010 controversy involving a now-retired Scottish Premier League referee.The newspaper said it was given no reason and had no appeal against the decision, the result of a ruling by the European Court of Justice in May that the paper said was a “huge, if indirect, challenge to press freedom”.The court ruled that individuals have the right to have links to information about them deleted from searches in certain circumstances, such as if the data is outdated or inaccurate.Google, the world’s leading search engine, has said that each request would be examined individually to determine whether it met the ruling’s criteria.Mail Online, the world’s biggest news site, said it had received notification that links to a story about the same Scottish referee, Dougie McDonald, had been removed from certain searches.Other stories restricted include one about a couple caught having sex on a train, and another about a Muslim man who accused the airline Cathay Pacific of refusing to employ him because of his name.‘Like burning books’“These examples show what a nonsense the right to be forgotten is. It is the equivalent of going into libraries and burning books you don’t like,” said Martin Clarke, the publisher of Mail Online.He said the website would regularly publish lists of articles removed from Google’s European search results, while the BBC and The Guardian also published links to the restricted stories.The links remain visible on, the US version of the site, and the restrictions only appear to relate to certain search terms.A commentary in The Guardian noted that a search for Dougie McDonald no longer brought up its story on, but a search for “Scottish referee who lied” worked fine.According to the story, McDonald was found to have lied about his reasons for granting a penalty in a Celtic v Dundee United match.Google told the BBC that it had since received 50,000 requests for articles to be removed, although they remain anonymous.A spokeswoman told AFP: “We have recently started taking action on the removals requests we’ve received after the European Court of Justice decision.“This is a new and evolving process for us. We’ll continue to listen to feedback and will also work with data protection authorities and others as we comply with the ruling,” she said.© – AFP 2014Read: Irish watchdog to investigate Facebook’s controversial mood experiment >Read: Google starts removing search results under ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling >last_img read more

first_imgISLAMABAD — Pakistan hanged two convicted militants on Friday — the country’s first executions in years — after the government reinstated the death penalty in response to a horrific Taliban school massacre this week that killed 148, most of them children. Pakistan also stepped up an offensive against the militants in the country’s northwest, along the border with Afghanistan, with warplanes and ground forces pounding their hideouts. A total of 77 militants were killed in the operation, which started late Thursday and went on throughout the day Friday.The school massacre earlier this week stunned the country and brought cries for retribution. In the wake of the mass killing, the military has struck targets in the Khyber tribal region and approved the death penalty for six convicted terrorists. The home minister for Punjab province where the two convicted men were hung confirmed their deaths.“We have started these executions by hanging two terrorists,” Shuja Khanzada told The Associated Press. He identified the two men as Mohammed Aqeel and Arshad Mahmood and said they were executed at a prison in the central Punjabi city of Faisalabad.“Today’s executions of terrorists will boost the morale of the nation, and we are planning to hang more terrorists next week,” he said.last_img read more

first_img Target, which has already been using Global Exchange, is the first brand to use the platform to purchase print ads across several titles through its agency Haworth. In what, on the surface, could forebode an end to the relationship sale, Time Inc. announced today that it’s introducing a programmatic platform for buying print ads. Media buyers will now have access to print audience segments as they peruse Time Inc.’s digital programmatic marketplace, Global Exchange, to place their display orders. Brands can measure campaign effectiveness across their print and digital buys through AdMeasure. The automated print buying is made possible through a partnership with MediaMath, a digital marketing technology firm, and includes audience segments such as women, men, lifestyle, luxury, business/finance and rapid scale (a segment that includes the weeklies and quicker brand messaging to 10-89 million readers). Segment sizes range from 5 million to 89 million readers and cut across 18 of Time Inc.’s brands. Target opted for the rapid scale segement, which, depending on the audience level they purchase, could include People, Entertainment Weekly, Time and Sports Illustrated. Data-based media buying has provided a tremendous amount of efficiency for buyers, and has challenged the traditional face-to-face sales meetings, but Time Inc. is counting on that efficiency to boost print sales. “We’ve seen growing demand from our ad partners for a more automated and efficient process across the board, and that extends to print,” says Mark Ford, Time Inc. executive vice president, global advertising, in a statement.  last_img read more

first_imgTaking a cue from global markets the key Indian equity market indices on Thursday opened higher.The Sensitive Index (Sensex) of the BSE, which had closed at 31,245.56 points on Wednesday, opened higher at 31,298.42 points.Minutes into trading, it was quoting at 30,279.33 points, up by 33.77 points, or 0.11 percent.At the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the broader 50-scrip Nifty, which had closed at 9,637.60 points, was quoting at 9,644.60 points, up by seven points or 0.07 percent.Despite trading with caution over geo-political concerns, the Indian equity markets trimmed some losses on the back of healthy services sector data, positive global indices and inflow of foreign funds, to close marginally higher on Wednesday.The Sensex was up by 35.77 points or 0.11 percent at the Wednesday’s closing.In the day’s trade, the barometer 30-scrip Sensitive Index had touched a high of 31,284.64 points and a low of 31,177.78 points. The Nifty too was up by 24.30 points or 0.25 percent.On Thursday, Asian indices were mostly showing a negative trend.Japan’s Nikkei 225 was trading in red, down by 0.43 per cent, Hang Seng down by 0.28 per cent while South Korea’s Kospi was also down by 0.17 per cent. China’s Shanghai Composite Index was quoting in green, up by 0.03 per cent.Nasdaq closed in green, up by 0.66 percent while FTSE 100 was up by 0.14 percent at the closing on Wednesday.last_img read more

first_imgBNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi. Prothom Alo File PhotoBNP on Sunday alleged that its chairperson Khaleda Zia’s nomination paper has been cancelled as part of government blueprint to hold a lopsided election, reports UNB.”We think, it’s an ill-motivated decision. Our leader’s (Khaleda Zia) nomination papers have been rejected as part of government’s master plan and a blueprint to keep her away from the election,” said BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi.Speaking at a press conference at the party’s Naya Paltan central office, he also alleged that nomination papers of their party’s some other popular candidates were also annulled as the government is trying to hold a one-sided election and stay in power by force.The election commission rejected the nomination paper of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia for contesting the parliamentary election from Feni-1 constituency due to her conviction in two corruption cases.last_img read more

first_img Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen X Al OrtizThe nine acre property, which is owned by Houston Community College, is located at the corner of Texas Highway 288 and North MacGregor Way. Mayor Sylvester Turner expects to complete the purchase in the next 90 to 120 days.The Houston City Council approved spending millions to buy a property in the Third Ward with the goal of using the land to build a grocery store.The nine acre property is located at the corner of Texas Highway 288 and North MacGregor Way and it is owned by Houston Community College (HCC).The City of Houston will pay HCC more than 13.8 million dollars using federal funds.After that, the City will sublease the property to H-E-B, which will build a 72 thousand square foot supermarket.Lisa Johnson, who lives in the neighborhood, welcomes the project because “I’ll be able to get to the grocery store a lot easier, a lot faster.”Council Member Greg Travis opposed the deal during the Council session noting that the neighborhood where the land is located, although it is a low to moderate income part of town, is not considered a food desert.According to the federal government, a food desert is an area where at least 500 people or a third of the population live more than a mile away from the closest large grocery store.“When I see the fact that this is not actually a food desert, and we do have food deserts in this city, I’m wondering why we’re doing that in this area when there are true food deserts,” Travis told Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and members of the Council.Travis ultimately voted against the measure, along with Council Member Larry Green.Turner says he expects to complete the purchase in the next 90 to 120 days. 00:00 /01:08last_img read more

first_imgA little appreciation and a sense of belonging from mentors may be helpful in reducing adolescents destructive behaviour and delinquent activities, says a new study, emphasising the importance of mentoring the youth.The study revealed that of the natural mentors the respondents identified, teachers or coaches at their school had a significant impact on reducing dangerous behaviour.”If you are made to feel useful and important to others, especially in this case by a non-kin and education-based mentor, then you are more likely to have a reduction in delinquency and dangerous behaviour,” said lead author, Margaret Kelley from the Department of American Studies at the University of Kansas in the US. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe findings may be encouraging for educators, parents and those who work with youths, especially in trying to prevent at-risk adolescents from heading down a path of delinquency and dangerous behaviour that could jeopardise their future.”Making them feel appreciated and providing a sense of belonging for them at this crucial point in their adolescence can change those trajectories,” Kelley said, in the paper published in the journal Children and Youth Services Review,” said Kelley.Further, the research showed males found guidance and advice from their mentors while women tended to receive emotional nurturing.”The study also indicated the importance of female mentors in serving as positive role models, as well as the importance of helping children establish non-kin mentoring relationships early,” Kelley added.last_img read more

first_img I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants to go anyway.” Advertisement The debate surrounding NFL players kneeling during the national anthem was reignited when President Trump cancelled the Super Bowl champ Eagles White House visit altogether because only a handful of the team planned to attend. Today, during an NBA Finals media availability, LeBron James was asked for his take on the story. James said the decision to cancel the visit was “typical” of Trump, and added “I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants an invite anyway. It won’t be Cleveland or Golden State going.” When he was asked to comment, Curry confirmed he agreed with LeBron’s take:last_img read more

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Christmas Eve can be so enjoyable with children, reminding you of your own childhood memories of the festive season. There are tons of fun things to do with your kids on Christmas Eve, but here are 3 things we think are especially great.Watching Christmas movies- Get into the Christmas spirit with some great Christmas movies. The Polar Express, The Grinch, Home Alone and The Muppet’s Christmas Carol are terrific options for watching. When the younger kids go to bed, you could move on to some funny Christmas movies like Elf, Christmas with the Kranks and Deck the Halls.Singing Christmas Carols- Singing carols can be a lot of fun on Christmas Eve, especially when they don’t quite get the words right!Bake Christmas goodies- Christmas Eve fun has to involve some preparation of festive food. You could get your kids to help you make and decorate a gingerbread house to be eaten on Christmas Day or bake some fresh cookies for Santa.last_img read more

first_imgCunard’s three-ship royal tourCunard’s three-ship royal tour gives Australians a regal bucket list experienceAustralian cruise guests for whom a single voyage on one of Cunard’s fleet of magnificent Queens merely whets the appetite, have the exciting option again in 2019 of sailing back-to-back on all three ships including a fabled Transatlantic crossing on flagship Queen Mary 2.Proving the popularity of the three-ship Cunard royal tour more than 650 Australians are currently delighting in the amazing experience during voyages on Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.And as the entire Cunard fleet assembled on August 10 in Southampton, these Australian guests – 253 from NSW, 141 from Queensland and 121 from Victoria, and the remainder from other states and territories – were treated to a spectacular flyover by the Royal Air Force’s world famous ‘Red Arrows’ display team.The 2019 packages travel to destinations including Iceland and the Baltics, Norway and the Mediterranean – and of course the most iconic voyage – a Transatlantic Crossing on Cunard’s flagship, Queen Mary 2.“Sailing on all three Cunard Line ships experiencing fantastic destinations and all the delights of Cunard’s White Star service on back-to-back cruises is one of those must do travel experiences for 2019,” said Ryan Taibel Vice President, Sales & Marketing Cunard.“There are so many unique aspects of this Cunard experience and sailing on all three Queens is perfect for the many Australian travellers who believe that one voyage is simply never enough.”The current three-ship Cunard experience has included a Queen Mary 2 crossing from New York to Southampton, a two-week Queen Elizabeth voyage that includes Iceland plus calls to Rotterdam and Belfast, and a Queen Victoria voyage that includes the beautiful fjords of Norway.A Note on the 2019 Cunard Three Ships PackageFares for a 35-night Three Queens package, departing Southampton on July 28, 2019 start from $9,777* per person double occupancy. The first sector of the cruise onboard Queen Victoria visits ports in Iceland and British Isles. The second cruise onboard Queen Elizabeth takes in the highlights of the Baltic region, while the final leg onboard Queen Mary 2 is an iconic Transatlantic crossing from Southampton to New York.For more information and to book, contact your travel consultant, call Cunard on 13 24 41 or visit*subject to availability, conditions apply.About CunardCunard is a luxury British cruise line based at Carnival House in Southampton, owned by Carnival Corporation since 1998. It has been a leading operator of passenger ships on the North Atlantic, celebrating 175 years of operation in 2015. There are three Cunard Queens in its fleet – Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria. For more information, please see www.cunard.comSource = Cunardlast_img read more

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