“My mother left home at 5.30 p.m. When we tried to contact her after an hour, her phone was switched off,” Mr.Kamble told The Hindu.The police found the two bodies under a bridge on a stream near Bahadura, on the outskirts of the city, on Sunday morning.Mr. Kamble, a crime reporter, said the murderer had slit his mother and daughter’s throats. “It does not appear to be a theft gone wrong or abduction for extortion. The gold ornaments they were wearing were found intact on the bodies,” Mr. Kamble said.The Nagpur Police claimed to have cracked the case by evening. A statement issued by the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) said Ganesh Sahu (26) had been arrested for the murders. “The accused had a big quarrel with Usha Kamble on Saturday evening over some monetary transactions, which is why he killed her and her granddaughter,” the statement said.The Nagpur Union of Working journalists condemned the murders. A journalist’s mother and daughter were abducted and brutally murdered on the outskirts of Nagpur on Sunday. The police have arrested a 26-year-old man.Ravikant Kamble, a journalist working for a web portal in Nagpur, had informed the police on Saturday night that his mother, Usha Kamble (52), and daughter Rashi (18 months old) were missing since Saturday evening from Pawanputra Nagar area of the city, where he lives with his family.
Barcelona Magical Messi & flawless Barcelona making a mockery of crisis talk Ben Hayward Last updated 2 years ago 05:01 10/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(92) Getty Images Barcelona Barcelona v Espanyol Espanyol Primera División Opinion The Argentine hit a superb hat-trick as the Blaugrana cruised to a third straight win in La Liga and opened up a four-point advantage over Real Madrid Crisis? What crisis? The dark clouds have lifted following a difficult summer at Camp Nou and Saturday night’s wonderful win at home to Espanyol, inspired once again by Lionel Messi, leaves Barcelona sitting pretty after three rounds of La Liga.Messi 5/2 first scorer v JuveMessi has long been a tormenter of Espanyol. Prior to this match, the Argentine attacker had hit 15 goals against his side’s city rivals in the Primera Division, more than any other player in the history of the Catalan derby. Now he has three more to add to that tally. Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing The five-time Ballon d’Or winner opened the scoring after 26 minutes. He was marginally offside when he received the ball, but still had plenty to do and sidestepped his markers before rifling into the top corner. Another predatory finish followed before half-time and a third arrived after the break, before goals from Gerard Pique and Luis Suarez rounded off a memorable victory.So, that is now three wins out of three for Barca in La Liga, a maximum nine points, nine goals scored and none conceded. All of that is a far cry from the doom and gloom that ensued after the 5-1 aggregate loss to Real Madrid in the Spanish Supercopa last month – and it is made better by the fact that Los Blancos have already dropped four points in the Primera Division this term.It was not only Messi, either. Ernesto Valverde’s 4-4-2 formation looked effective in the derby, with Ivan Rakitic and Sergio Busquets both impressive in midfield, summer signing Nelson Semedo looking like a good buy with another polished performance at right-back and Suarez scoring on his return from injury with the Catalan club.This was easily Barca’s best display of a season that had started amid depression following the sale of Neymar, failure to bring in players like Marco Verratti and Philippe Coutinho and the predictable fallout from the two Clasico losses.And if the performance gave reasons for positivity to the Camp Nou crowd and the millions of Barca fans watching elsewhere in the world, so too did the debutants as Paulinho did well in his short time on the pitch and Ousmane Dembele came off the bench to assist Suarez for the team’s fifth of the night.So, plenty of positives and Valverde, for the first time in his coaching career, has kicked off a Liga campaign with three straight wins, although there will of course be tougher tests ahead than Betis, Alaves and Espanyol.The first of those comes on Tuesday night with the visit of Juventus, the team that ended Barca’s Champions League challenge last season with a 3-0 aggregate vicory in the quarter-finals of the competition.That will be a better marker of just where the Blaugrana are right now and despite more calls for president Josep Maria Bartomeu to resign on Saturday, Messi’s magic, Dembele’s debut and the tactical astuteness of Valverde have given Barca good reasons to be optimistic as they finish the weekend with an unexpected four-point cushion over rivals Real.
Powerade VIDEO: It doesn’t get better than that – Mario Gotze’s evolution to World Cup winner Goal Last updated 1 year ago 12:36 6/19/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy AFP Powerade Germany v Saudi Arabia Germany Friendlies Videos The Dortmund star admits he couldn’t have imagined the impact he’d have in 2014 as his extra-time winner crowned Germany world champions No matter what Mario Gotze does between now and the end of his footballing career, he will almost certainly be best remembered for scoring the winning goal for Germany against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final. Latching onto Andre Schurrle’s dinked cross inside the penalty area, Gotze remained composed as he chested the ball into his stride and lashed a left-footed shot past Sergio Romero in the 113th minute of the gruelling encounter at the Maracana.It was a crucial, incredibly significant goal; one Gotze will remember for the rest of his life. Editors’ Picks Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Arsenal would be selling their soul with Mourinho move “That is, of course, an incredibly vivid moment for me,” Gotze said. “Scoring that goal was just the greatest experience.“To have scored against Argentina in Brazil, at the point in time, and how it all turned out, I think if you could imagine such a moment, you couldn’t imagine it better than that.“At times it’s more present in my mind than at other times, but it’s always there.”Despite scoring the goal that propelled him to superstardom, Gotze was not able to bask in the glory of his efforts in Brazil for too long.The rigours of club football allowed Germany’s hero little time to rest on his laurels, but like any top player Gotze is intent on winning more trophies rather than savouring the ones he has already won.“It wasn’t so easy, after such a success, to process it all; you have three or four weeks off, at the most, and then you have to start training again.” he said.“It [the goal] will always be with me, which is really nice; on the other hand though, you know that life goes on, I still have my career ahead of me and still have many years of playing. I’m really looking forward to that, too.”
World Cup Southgate laughs off dislocated shoulder: Better me than one of the players! Christopher Devine Last updated 1 year ago 02:51 6/21/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images World Cup England England v Panama Panama The England coach is unlikely to be celebrating as wildly the next time his team score at the World Cup after suffering the injury out running England were forced to contend with an unusual injury blow on Wednesday, as manager Gareth Southgate dislocated his right shoulder while running near the team’s World Cup base in Repino.Southgate was hurt during a scheduled day off from training, but laughed off the incident that led to him addressing his players with his arm in a sling at a team meeting later in the day.The England boss leapt into the air enthusiastically following Harry Kane’s injury-time winner against Tunisia on Monday and joked: “I might not be celebrating any goals as athletically in future! The doc has made it clear that punching the air is not an option.” Article continues below Editors’ Picks Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Arsenal would be selling their soul with Mourinho move In quotes reported by the Football Association’s official website, Southgate added: “It is better this is me than one of the players.”They were a bit surprised in the team meeting and were asking ‘what have you been doing!?’ – as always, they were probably quite amused.”It is good that we have had a quiet day today so I had prepared the meeting before and we are on to preparations for Panama.”I am just a bit gutted because I was on for my record 10k time!”Elaborating on the assistance he received, Southgate, whose team face Panama in their second Group G game on Sunday, said: “We have got such a great support team and they were there very quickly. They were supposed to be relaxing because we let the players have a bit of time off and I am causing them work.”It is better me than one of the players!”#threelions https://t.co/HajfTAuKKb— England (@England) 20 June 2018″We are lucky we have a top-class medical team around us, so it was fine. I had brilliant help from them, and I am just sorry that I managed to ruin their day off.”Southgate’s injury is the second incident of a dislocated shoulder becoming a major talking point in recent weeks after Mohamed Salah suffered a similar problem in Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid at the end of May.Salah headed into the World Cup with Egypt as a major fitness doubt and, despite claims that he was fit for their opening Group A game against Uruguay, he played no part in the 1-0 defeat.He started Tuesday’s game against Russia and scored a consolation penalty after winning the spot-kick himself as Egypt were beaten 3-1 by the hosts.However, Salah did not look fully fit during the game and, after the match, Egypt coach Hector Cuper was left to rue the impact the injury had on his side’s World Cup campaign.Uruguay’s 1-0 success over Saudi Arabia on Wednesday ensured Egypt were knocked out of the World Cup after just two games.
EDMONTON — Premier Jason Kenney passed out earplugs in the legislature overnight as his government invoked a time limit on debate over a bill that strips some bargaining rights for 180,000 public-sector workers.The bill passed Thursday morning following an all-night session during which Kenney walked up and down the aisles dispensing bright-orange earplugs to United Conservative caucus members so they could tune out criticism from the Opposition NDP.New Democrat Thomas Dang said he was making a speech to the house when Kenney made his move.“He had a big grin on his face. He was giggling. And he sort of (said something) like, ‘Yeah, we don’t have to listen to them anymore, especially this Thomas guy,” said Dang.“He sort of took it as a joke. And he thought that the whole process of this debate was a joke.”Dang said the plugs were given to more than 20 UCP caucus members and at least six of them, including government house leader Jason Nixon, put them in their ears. He couldn’t say for sure whether Kenney used them.Kenney was not made available for comment Thursday, but his office issued a brief statement:“This was a harmless and light-hearted attempt to boost government caucus morale after being forced to listen to the NDP’s insults, lies and over-the-top rhetoric for hours on end,” said the statement.The bill was introduced less than a week ago and Kenney’s government invoked time limits on all three stages of debate.It delays contract provisions for reopened wage talks and binding arbitration for public-sector workers. Under current agreements, arbitration hearings must occur between now and the end of October.Under the bill the hearings begin no earlier than November.The bill imposes the delay on unionized workers who took pay freezes in the first years of their contracts but with the right in the final year to negotiate wages.Workers affected include nurses, social workers, hospital support staff, prison guards, conservation officers, toxicologists, restaurant inspectors, therapists and sheriffs.Kenney said Thursday the UCP didn’t know about the wage reopeners until after the party won the April election. Once the government found out, it brought in the bill on the advice of Treasury Board and Finance, he said.“The advice we received is that we needed to … hit the pause button on this arbitration until we could come to the table in good faith with all of the necessary requisite information.”Kenney said he wants to hear first from a government-appointed panel examining Alberta’s finances. That panel is to report by Aug. 15.Political scientist Duane Bratt, asked to assess the earplugs imbroglio on a scale of light-hearted to democratic affront, said it falls somewhere in between.“It was a juvenile stunt,” said Bratt of Mount Royal University in Calgary.He noted it was glaringly ironic in light of Kenney having made it known he wants to see more decorum in the house. Legislature members have already been banned from thumping on their desks to show their support of colleagues.Unions have called the bill a drastic and illegal override of collective bargaining rights. They have promised to challenge the legislation in court but haven’t ruled out job action.Gil McGowan, president of the Alberta Federation of Labour, said unions are considering their next step.“If the premier thinks he can tear up contracts and trample on workers’ rights without a fight, he has another thing coming,” McGowan wrote in a release.“Earplugs aren’t going to help him in weeks ahead because we can guarantee that if the UCP continues on this course, things are going to get really loud.”Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press
The search is over.A viticulturist and an oenologist have been selected and hired at Brock’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI), and will soon be on hand supporting grape growers and winemakers with applied research and outreach that follows priorities identified by the industry itself.The two senior positions were created as a result of a funding announcement last December by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. This program arises from collaboration between the federal government’s Developing Innovative Agri-Products (DIAP) program, the Grape Growers of Ontario and Brock’s CCOVI. The initiative is a key part of CCOVI’s heightened emphasis on outreach to the grape and wine community.James Willwerth“I am excited to have two leading experts joining the team,” CCOVI director Debbie Inglis said. “CCOVI now has the resources to offer enhanced support to the industry both locally and nationally to assist in further developing the international recognition of our industry.”The new viticulturist is Niagara native and Brock alumnus James J. Willwerth. A quality services sensory co-ordinator with the LCBO, Willwerth brings a strong knowledge in vine physiology, cold hardiness, viticulture practices, soil/irrigation management and integrated pest management.“I am very excited to be working closely with the Canadian grape and wine industry through research and outreach activities,” Willwerth said. “It is a dream come true to be based out of Niagara and work with researchers, grape growers, and winemakers who are as passionate as I am about creating world-class wines.”A graduate of Brock’s Oenology and Viticulture program, he has a thorough understanding of the grape industry and an excellent working relationship with researchers and members of the grape and wine sector. Willwerth’s research in viticulture includes more than 20 publications in refereed journals, presentations and invited addresses to numerous conferences and seminars.Willwerth, a PhD candidate in plant sciences at Brock in the lab of CCOVI researcher Andy Reynolds, holds a certificate in Grape and Wine Technology from Brock University (2004) and a BSc degree in biology from St. Mary’s University in Halifax (2001).George KotseridisCCOVI’s new oenologist, George Kotseridis, brings years of expertise in wine flavour chemistry, fermentation, aging aroma compounds and winemaking technology.For the last seven years, he has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in oenology, wine chemistry and wine technology at the Agricultural University of Athens. He is also an assistant professor of oenology at the University of Athens in Greece. Kotseridis has worked at two analytical laboratories in France, helped develop the oenological laboratory at the Agricultural University of Athens and has collaborated with CCOVI on research of the multicoloured Asian ladybeetle (MALB) taint. Kotseridis’ research in oenology includes over 30 publications in refereed journals, presentations and invited addresses to numerous conferences and seminars.Kotseridis has a diploma in Agriculture Engineering-specialization Food Science and Technology, University of Thessaloniki, Greece (1993); Diplôme National d’Oenologue, University I, Montpellier, France (1994); MSc in viticulture and oenology, Enology Faculty of Bordeaux II, France (1995); Diplôme universitaire à l’aptitude à la degustation des vins, Faculty of Enology Bordeaux II, France (1996); and PhD in wine analytical chemistry, Faculty of Enology Bordeaux II, France (1999).
by Anne Flaherty, The Associated Press Posted Feb 26, 2015 3:49 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – Netflix, Twitter and Internet activists have won. Big cable has lost. At least until the federal courts get involved, when everything could change. Five things you need to know about the Federal Communications Commission’s vote Thursday to enforce “net neutrality” rules for the broadband industry:1. NET NEUTRALITY IS WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE. With few exceptions, the cable and wireless companies that provide much of the nation’s broadband already operate under the idea of net neutrality. This means they don’t discriminate among similar types of web traffic, and don’t intentionally slow or block data.The FCC decision was intended to make sure that the Internet as we know it doesn’t change. Regulators say this was important because some providers had signalled an interest in manipulating their network traffic, potentially entering into paid deals with sites like Netflix to move their content faster. But these efforts never got very far, and many providers say they don’t want to upset consumers by violating basic net neutrality principles.2. THIS WILL AFFECT YOU. JUST NOT ANYTIME SOON. The FCC put the Internet in the same regulatory camp as the telephone, regulating it like a public utility. That means whatever company provides your Internet connection, even if it’s to your phone, will now have to act in the public interest and not do anything that might be considered “unjust or unreasonable.” If they don’t, you can complain and the FCC can step in to investigate.But broadband providers are expected to sue. It’s likely they will ask the courts to delay implementation of the rules pending judicial review. And if a judge agrees, the legal wrangling could slip well into the next president’s first term.Even if a judge grants a stay on the rules, it’s unlikely that Internet service providers would start throttling web traffic or creating paid fast lanes. Most consumers don’t like the idea, and companies would face a fierce public backlash.3. THE CABLE COMPANIES LOST. The cable and wireless companies that offer broadband say the worst part about the new rules is that they aren’t predictable. Republican FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai compared it to playing a game in which white flags would arbitrarily be thrown on the field. Pai and industry officials say this kind of uncertainty will affect how Internet providers operate. Providers will be much less willing to offer new services to consumers if they think the FCC might get involved, they say.4. INTERNET ACTIVISTS ARE HAVING A MOMENT. Small Internet-based companies won a fight in Washington without deep pockets and lots of lobbyists. They did it by drumming up support among average Americans, who flooded the FCC with a record-breaking number of public comments. As an executive at Mozilla put it, “millions of people stood together as citizens of the Web to demand those strong protections.” President Barack Obama gushed that the FCC decision “wouldn’t have happened without Americans like you.”5. NEXT STOP IS CONGRESS. While broadband providers turn to their lawyers to mount a legal protest to the FCC rules, Republican lawmakers say they will push for a legislative fix. Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, is expected to lead this fight, starting with March 18 hearings. However, the FCC regulations give most Democrats exactly what they wanted in the first place. And Obama likely would veto anything else. So it’s unclear whether Thune or others might be able to find any momentum before the next presidential election. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman listens to a FCC Commissioners speak prior to a vote on Net Neutrality, Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, at the FCC in Washington. The FCC has agreed to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T. The regulatory agency voted 3-2 Thursday in favor of rules aimed at enforcing what’s called “net neutrality.” That’s the idea that service providers shouldn’t intentionally block or slow web traffic, creating paid fast lanes on the Internet. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) 5 things to know about the FCC decision to impose utility-style regulations on the Internet
Ivanhoe Mines has closed its private placement with Rio Tinto for total proceeds of C$244.7 million. Ivanhoe has used C$198.2 million to purchase from Rio key mining and milling equipment for its Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold mining complex in Mongolia. This includes principal components for the 100,000-t/d phase-one copper-gold concentrator, including two large, 11.5-m-diameter, SAG mills, four ball mills, re-grind mills, crushers, motors, gearless drives, conveyors and flotation cells. It also includes the hoist and major components for the sinking of Shaft #2 – the 10-m-diameter, main production shaft for the underground block-cave mine at the Hugo North deposit.The balance of the proceeds, C$46.4 million, will be used to purchase additional equipment and for general corporate purposes. With the completion of this transaction, Rio has increased its ownership in Ivanhoe Mines from 19.6% to 22.4% and could potentially increase its stake in Ivanhoe to up to 46.6% during the next 19 months.
Immersive Technologies launched “the industry’s most advanced, complete and scalable solution for mining equipment operator development at MINExpo.” The expected 40,000 industry professionals from over 100 countries at MINExpo, September 24-26, 2012, can experience the results of years of dedicated R&D built in collaboration with hundreds of users of the industry’s largest installed fleet of Advanced Equipment Simulators and exclusive alliance partners including leading OEMs Caterpillar, Hitachi, Komatsu, Liebherr and P&H Mining.CEO and co-founder, Peter Salfinger said, “This launch will accelerate pursuit of our mission to make every mining and earthmoving equipment operator in the world safer and their employer more profitable, while positioning Immersive Technologies for its next phase of growth.”Immersive Technologies is known around the global mining industry for its extensive range of Advanced Equipment Simulators; however the offering will be taken to a new level with the launch of a complete Blended Learning Solution, new tools, technologies and an extended range of professional services.Blended Learning Solution – taking a holistic approach to equipment operator development, Immersive Technologies offers mining operations a training model that ensures high levels of staff readiness and operational improvement, while taking advantage of a range of technologies to ensure the most cost effective solution and high trainee throughput. This is done via blending eLearning, Instructor Led Training, Medium and High Fidelity Simulators, with customised content and curriculum to meet the needs of specific operations.Immersive Technologies’ focus on its global mining customers and addressing their specific needs has led to the launch of a range of new tools and technologies design to support a Blended Learning Solution. Those launched at MINExpo include:SimCloud allows mining operations to maintain complete visibility over local or global simulation training programs via a secure website.Global Operator Benchmarking allows mining operations to benchmark their equipment operators against global norms based on data captured from over 23,000 operators. This in turn provides valuable insight for targeting business improvement initiatives, curriculum refinement and measuring improvement.Trainer Productivity Station (TPS) is designed to alleviate the industry shortage of experienced trainers. Visitors to MINExpo saw firsthand how mining operations can do more with the experienced trainers they already have.SimDesktop takes the powerful simulator data analysis and scenario configuration tools synonymous with Immersive Technologies, Advanced Equipment Simulators, and allows trainers and managers to take advantage of these tools anywhere, anytime.SimMentor facilitates briefing before and debriefing after simulation training sessions, increasing training effectiveness and freeing up simulator time.Immersive Technologies now has a global, in-house team of training consultants, supported by a mining operator development best practice research and development team. Immersive Technologies Professional Services are devoted to applying proven best practice methodologies refined by working directly with the largest population of equipment simulator users in mining and OEM alliance partners. This in turn ensures Immersive Technologies solutions effectively quantify equipment operator competencies and deliver quantifiable operational improvement while mitigating the risk of program implementation failure. Professional Services on offer now include: TrainerAdvantage, to ensure training staff readiness, Training Systems Integration, which delivers best practice program implementation, Continuous Improvement Projects, to quickly deliver quantified mining operational improvement and program management support.“We are working with our customers to provide real solutions in crucial areas such as quantifying operator competencies, linking them to, and driving, operational performance. With this new presentation of our capabilities there is no question we are extending our position as the leader in delivering better operational performance from people, the most valuable asset mining companies have,” said Salfinger.
L’Iran, une autre partie du Croissant Fertile où est apparue l’agriculturePubliant leurs travaux le 5 juillet dans Science, des chercheurs allemands et iraniens ont découvert en Iran des vestiges de pratiques agricoles datant de plus de 11.000 ans. Ils témoignent de l’apparition simultanée de cette activité dans plusieurs endroits du fameux Croissant Fertile du Moyen-Orient à la fin de la Préhistoire.Dirigée par Nicholas Conard et Mohsen Zeidi, une équipe de l’Université de Tübingen du Centre Senckenberg pour l’évolution humaine et le paléo-environnement (Allemagne) et du Centre iranien de recherches archéologiques, a mené plusieurs campagnes de fouilles à Chogha Golan sur les contreforts des monts Zagros (Iran) en 2009 et 2010. Ceci a permis d’établir que ce site archéologique faisait partie des plus anciens lieux d’apparition de l’agriculture.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Sur 8 mètres de profondeur ont été découverts outils de pierre et d’os, éléments d’art, vestiges de constructions et restes végétaux calcinés. L’analyse de 30.000 de ces derniers, appartenant à 75 espèces différentes, montre que des variétés encore sauvages d’orge et de lentilles sont parmi les plantes les plus nombreuses dans les couches datant d’environ 11.700 ans, et que les premières formes de blé domestique apparaissent dans les couches d’il y a 9.800 ans.De nombreux autres sites néolithiques pré-poterie conservent des traces d’occupation, mais sur de courtes périodes. La longue séquence observable à Chogha Golan est donc précieuse pour reconstruire le développement de nouveaux modes de subsistance humaine dans le Croissant Fertile oriental. C’est un témoignage unique du passage d’une agriculture utilisant des espèces végétales encore sauvages à une agriculture utilisant des plantes domestiquées.Le 13 juillet 2013 à 15:41 • Maxime Lambert
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppGeorgetown, Guyana – (June 3, 2016) First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, today, participated in the Guyana Early Childhood Education Film Project, which is aimed at encouraging parents and guardians to participate more in recreational activities with their children, particularly in the area of reading. The filming was done at State House.Ms. Quenita Walrond, Nursery Technical Coordinator for the Guyana Early Childhood Education Project within the Ministry of Education, in an invited comment, said that from the inception of the project, Mrs. Granger has been a staunch supporter.The project, Ms. Walrond said, looks at how the gaps can be closed in children’s performance in the public school system; children from the hinterland as compared to the performance of children from the coastland.“We found that there were certain key areas where we could work to help our children and families from the hinterland to improve those education outcomes and literacy and numeracy specifically. So the project has three actionable components, one of which includes a mass media campaign that is targeting all parents and caregivers across Guyana that says parents and caregivers spend the most time with their children and so they are their first and best teachers. And that is where the First Lady comes in,” she said.Mrs. Granger, who has always been a firm believer in early childhood education, said she was happy to participate in the project, noting that it is education which will ultimately lead to a nation’s growth and development.
(Photo by Emily Files, KRBD – Ketchikan)There are more than 100 people employed at Ketchikan’s Vigor Industrial Shipyard. Out of all of them, Cat Wong might have the most unusual story about how she got there.The 25-year-old is a pipe fitter and welder. She was born in the U.S., but grew up with her family in Singapore. When she was 21, Cat made an unusual choice, and moved to Ketchikan.Download Audio“That’s a three inch pipe that I’m welding on there,” she said. “It’s gonna be a water main pipe.”(Photo by Emily Files, KRBD – Ketchikan)When I talk to Cat, she’s welding a pipe for an Alaska Marine Highway ferry. She’s 5’2” and her thick work jacket and boots look like they were made for someone twice her size. Cat says, back when she was 18, she never would’ve guessed she’d end up here. She was working two part-time jobs at a bar and a restaurant in Singapore, hoping to become a restaurant manager.“Got to the point where I needed a full time job cause I was working long hours as a part timer,” Cat said. “I sent out resumes to whatever companies would hire me. An industrial training center hired me, I was admin assistant.”She hated that she was sitting at a desk all day, but that job was actually what put her on the path to shipyard work. She started to get interested in skilled labor, like welding and maritime trades. The more research she did, the more interested she became.“Conversation with family, yes,” Cat said. “Mom wasn’t too sure about it. Office worker daughter wants to work in a shipyard?”“They thought I lost my mind. Friends [said], ‘Cat are you serious?’ Yes I am very serious about it.”Cat decided to sign up for a welding class, but the industrial training center where she worked wouldn’t take her.“They thought I would get hurt,” she said. “Why? Women….welding…fragile.”So she went to a different center and they were hesitant to train a 20-year-old woman as well.“They said you’re a girl you can work in an office,” Cat said. “[It] made me more determined. Here’s the money do you want it or not?”They took her money and she took the welding class. After that, she tried to apply to skilled labor jobs in Singapore, but realized the chances of a good-paying gig were slim. But she had another option – because she was born in the U.S., Cat was an American citizen.(Photo by Emily Files, KRBD – Ketchikan)In Singapore, you’re not allowed to hold dual citizenship. So, if Cat really wanted to, she could choose to give up her Singapore citizenship and move to the US. She gradually realized that was her best option. So, a month after her 21st birthday, she went to the immigration office and gave up her Singapore passport.“It was sad,” she said. “Then I realized that if you keep staying in your comfort zone you don’t know what you’re capable of.”Then the U.S. job search began. With the help of Google, Cat decided the Ketchikan shipyard looked promising. And she realized the only way she would get hired is if she went there in person. So she left Singapore, and moved to Alaska, her future riding on the hope of a job at this shipyard. She arrived in late October 2011 on a day where the wind whipped the rain sideways. After she settled in, Cat started showing up to the shipyard nearly every day.“It was daily process of coming here every day, writing name in log book just to show that I’m here,” she said.She applied for jobs there and signed up for an advanced welding class at the University of Alaska Southeast. And then about two months later, she got a call from Troy Tackert, a shipyard supervisor.“Got a call from Troy [and he said], ‘Are you interested in interview?’ Yes, when do you want me to come in? Tomorrow?” Cat said.“It was very interesting,” Tackert said. “She’s a super intelligent young lady. She was just looking for somebody to give her chance. All she wanted to do was work in a shipyard and I thought why not?”“He called a week or two later, go to TSS for drug test and then report at 8,” Cat said. “How’d you feel? I’m not unemployed I’m so happy!”Now Cat has been there for two and half years learning nearly every aspect of ship repair. She’s paid $20 an hour. Over a year ago, her mother and brother moved here from Singapore and her brother, Felix, also works at the shipyard now. So, in a matter of about 5 years, Cat went from a bartender and office assistant in Singapore to a pipe welder in Alaska.Files: “Do you ever feel like, ‘how did I even end up here?’”Cat: “I do feel like that, I’m a churchgoer, I have faith in God, did some praying. I felt prompting that I have to leave my comfort zone. I kind of did that.”Cat says her story shows that if you just put one foot in front of the other, eventually you’ll climb a mountain –or end up in an Alaska shipyard.
Rudy Wallang, guitarist, and Tipriti Kharbangar (Tips), vocalist, form the band. While they flirted with Delhi for a concert, we got a chance to get candid with them. Read on.Tell us about yourselves. How did you guys come together/start off?Inspired by the roots and groove sounds of the Blues, Blues-rock, Soul, Rock n Roll, Funk and R and B, Soulmate was formed in Shillong, in October 2002 when we decided to form a band dedicated to playing the Blues and spreading awareness about this important genre of music. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’What was the first big break for you guys?No big breaks really. We’ve been playing and singing our songs for a long time. Playing all the different venues India has to offer. Opening for Carlos Santana was a dream come true for us as was meeting Buddy Guy, sharing stages with John Mayall, Gary Clarke Jr, Robert Randolph and all the beautiful Blues musicians that we have met.How would you define your musical philosophy?We play what we feel and feel what we play. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixIn our country, how easy (or difficult) is it to make a mark in the music scene? What do you think about the main issues are?It is never easy to be able to make a mark in the music scene in India. We have to keep things fresh because we have realized that people always expect something new and different every time. One has to be creative without giving in to pressures and by this we mean for a Blues band to survive in India for the last 11 years. We must be doing something right. Tell us a bit about your music, what do you think defines you guys?We play what we feel and feel what we play. That’s what we said. We are people who believe in the simple things in life. We live our songs and our songs define us.What/Who inspires you?Mother Nature, Love, Sadness, Life, Beauty, Anger. We are also inspired by the people we meet and listen to.Tell us about your best tracks.All our songs are special. Every song of ours pertains to a certain moment in our lives. Hard to say which is the best but we have a few favorites like The Price, Moving On, Love You, Cup Of Tea, Stay Away, St.Valentine’s Day Blues, Set Me Free, Im A Woman, Tell Me, to name a few.What songs top your playlist right now?Tips: Mine is on shuffle, so whatever happens to be in the moment Rudy: I don’t really listen to music. I’m either playing guitar or rehearsing or touring. So when I have time off, I listen to birds singing in the morning. What suggestions/advice would you have for newbies in music?Work hard, practice hard and play like its going to be your last gig ever. There are no shortcuts. Be humble,respectful and dedicated to your art.
May 10, 2018 The basis for all business is supply and demand, but recent events have shown that supply can be more fragile than we might expect. For example, KFC’s chicken shortages in the U.K. forced two-thirds of its 900 restaurants to close while the company worked to repair its delivery, via DHL. (And this was then followed by a gravy shortage.)Ultimately, it turned out that those U.K. events were because of human error, not any lack of chicken. And that revelation only reinforced how critical excellent record-keeping and accountability are for maintaining supply chain integrity. But help is on the way: Fortunately, the supply world will soon be revolutionized by the innovative solution of blockchain.Blockchain: the next wave in supply chain managementThe most promising approach to robust supply-chain data is likely blockchain technology, a relatively new approach to digital record-keeping most famously associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin but applicable to many domains.Related: 15 Crazy and Surprising Ways People Are Using BlockchainSharing is the secret to blockchain’s robustness against tampering: Because everyone has a record of the information, there is no way any one person can alter data in the chain. The technology’s distributed nature also means there is no central authority, so no one group controls that data.These attractive features, of database security and distributed storage, are what’s motivating the incorporation of blockchain into business operations. They’re also the reasons blockchain will come to have the ring of trustworthiness in consumers’ perceptions. That trust is critical to competing in today’s marketplace.Companies that lead in adopting blockchain will enjoy building that trust early in the process of its global adoption. So, are you in? Following are a few simple steps to move your company toward incorporating blockchain into your own operations:1. Don’t adopt blockchain because it’s the cool new thing but because it ensures trust.New technologies tend to stir up excitement, but that can also create a bandwagon effect in which companies wind up wasting resources on new tech just because they can.Related: 12 Startups Utilizing Blockchain Technology in New WaysI’m seeing this pattern with blockchain, and it reminds me — and others — of the dotcom era. That thinking goes something like this: “We’re going to store data about transactions in the blockchain. Why? Because that’s what’s cool.”But that’s never a good business reason. Instead, commit to adopting blockchain only if you need to ensure trust in your transactions through a verifiable and incorruptible system. Trust is ultimately about proof. Ask yourself, what exactly do you need to prove, and to whom do you need to prove it?For example, if you have a massively long list of transactions that relate to your supply chain, is verifying every entry on that list important to your business? Or are you actually trying to prove just a fraction of that? To know exactly where you’ll need provable data, do some thinking about supply chain issues and what blockchain can do for them.Fortunately, there is no shortage of great resources to develop your understanding of blockchain. In my own education, I’ve found YouTube to be an excellent tutor. Several other resources I recommend include an overview of how blockchain will change the economy, a lesson about how it works and recent conference presentations on the technology.2. Know blockchain’s current limitations: real-time transactions and scaling.It’s fair to say that because of a glaring lack of speed, blockchain is not ready for real-time transactions. The transaction rates are unable to compete at the level seen by credit card companies or any domain with a very high rate of transactions — essentially anything with an exchange.Vitalik Buterin, founder of Ethereum, a popular cryptocurrency and alternative to bitcoin, has discussed in an online video how the peak capacity for Bitcoin is five transactions per second, with Ethereum nudging past it at six per second. But he then compares that to the much greater transaction capacity of Visa’s network, which is capable of handling a blazing 56,000 transactions per second, as a spokesman told the MyBroadband blog.Speed may come to blockchain in time, but for now, intense real-time applications have been ruled out. That limitation excludes many use cases, which allows you to focus a little more closely on what actually can work. The present limitations in the blockchain technology also pose inherent problems. Buterin also blogged about this issue, noting that with the milestone of Ethereum transactions having reached a million a day early in 2018, blockchain networks have been generally reaching the limits of their (current) capacity.Related: More Than Just Bitcoin: Blockchain Has Value Across Multiple Industries3. Make sure you can tolerate working out some kinks with blockchain.Blockchain as a concept was born less than a decade ago, so it is still in the research and development stages. For that reason, if you’re going to adopt it, be sure you can stomach some bumps in the road as the technology improves — as well as the slew of variations and new offerings competing for your business. Things can get dizzying quickly.For example, there isn’t just one standard blockchain. Instead, there exist many types of what are now known as “distributed ledger technologies,” or DLTs. Although diversity in digital tools is a positive aspect for business, it also creates mental overhead in your choosing the right approach for your needs. Some DLTs are more suitable for certain kinds of programs, so it’s important to do the research necessary to understand which is best for you.Finally, because blockchain is relatively new, press coverage and general buzz about it may swing wildly and is often driven by investor concerns or exaggeration — regardless of what’s happening with the technological progress.In fact, a recent TechCrunch article even characterized it as having entered the “valley of despair” that is common to all change. The point, though, is that you should be careful to not get caught up in the buzz — good or bad — regarding blockchain, and instead stick closely to the technological facts. If your supply chain needs can benefit from tracking transactions with a new level of trust, then all that media chatter doesn’t matter.The blockchain future is arriving. Will you be ready?Expect to see more of your competitors offering and advertising a blockchain solution in the coming year. By being prepared, you can be part of a revolution in supply chain management, building trust in your brand and making product-tracing massively more efficient.Whether you create an in-house solution or outsource to today’s cutting-edge consultants, this novel approach to accountability can make all the difference in your client satisfaction and brand recognition during 2018 and beyond. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Register Now » 6 min read
Related posts:Making the invisible, visible: In Nicaragua, women journalists call for equality From ‘America’s Mayor’ to international security guru: Rudy Giuliani sends experts to El Salvador The pen against the swords: Author Jorge Galán seeks asylum after threats in El Salvador El Salvador ex-President Francisco Flores in a coma after stroke The Peace Corps has suspended its half-century-old program in El Salvador, highlighting the violence that has wracked the Central American nation and helped propel a wave of migration to the United States.In a statement, the agency begun by President John F. Kennedy said it is pulling out its 55 volunteers, who work on youth development and community economic development projects, “due to the ongoing security environment.” El Salvador has suffered a rash of gang and drug-related violence, though Peace Corps officials said no specific security incidents or threats triggered the suspension.The gang wars helped fuel a renewed surge in recent months of undocumented families with children flocking across America’s southwest border, the vast majority from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. That, in turn, triggered a series of New Year’s weekend raids in which federal agents took into custody 121 undocumented adults and children and deported 77 of them.Some advocates for immigrants expressed concern Thursday that the Obama administration has shown itself willing to deport people back to the violence-plagued nation while pulling out its own Peace Corps volunteers because of that very violence. “It’s very problematic,” said Guillermo Cantor, deputy research director for the American Immigration Council, a Washington D.C. advocacy group. “Even though there is an acknowledgment by our government that the situation in Central America is so serious that U.S. citizens should not be going there under these programs, it’s ok to send people who are fleeing those conditions back to those countries, and who knows what’s going to happen to them?”U.S. officials dismissed any comparison between the Peace Corps’ move and the immigration raids. Officials said the administration remains very concerned about the violence to the south. They pointed to a series of steps the government has taken in response, including obtaining $750 million in the new federal budget to fight Central American poverty and gang violence and this week’s expansion of America’s refugee resettlement program. Vice President Biden and homeland security secretary Jeh Johnson were in Guatemala on Thursday, partly for talks on security and other issues.“We recognize the serious underlying conditions that cause some people to flee their home countries,” said Peter Boogaard, a White House spokesman. He said the administration is trying “to provide a safe and legal alternative to the dangerous journey” many people are undertaking north from Central America. At the same time, he indicated that the White House is not backing away from the immigration enforcement actions, which have triggered an uproar among advocates and many Democrats.“We cannot allow our borders to be open to illegal migration,” Boogaard said. “Those who come here illegally will be sent home after being provided an opportunity to have their cases heard, consistent with our laws and values.”See also: Peace Corps volunteers petition to reinstate sexual assault victims’ advocateOf the 77 people deported thus far, none were sent back to El Salvador, DHS officials said Thursday. The majority, 37, were deported to Mexico, while 26 were sent to Honduras and 14 to Guatemala.El Salvador’s death toll recently spiked to the highest levels since the country’s civil war ended in 1992 after a truce between two most powerful street gangs – Mara Salvatrucha and the 18th Street gang – crumbled in 2014. The 2015 murder rate of about 104 homicides per 100,000 people, an increase of about 70 percent from the year before, is estimated to be among the highest in the world for countries not at war.The violence led the State Department to issue a travel warning in June urging U.S. citizens going to El Salvador to be extra careful because “crime and violence levels in El Salvador remain high.” Since 2010, the alert said, 34 U.S. citizens have been murdered there, including a nine-year-old child in December 2013.The Peace Corps, which began its El Salvador program in 1962 and has sent more than 2,300 volunteers to that country, re-evaluated because of a recent security assessment, the agency said. “There is no evidence that Americans or American interests are being targeted in El Salvador, and the rate of crimes against Peace Corps Volunteers in El Salvador is among the lowest in the region,” said a Peace Corps official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. “However, this decision is based on the safety and security environment in the country as a whole.”The agency, the official said, “will continue to monitor the security environment and reassess the security situation at an appropriate future date to determine when Volunteers can return.”© 2016, The Washington Post Facebook Comments
Australian tourists rethink travel plans as terrorism fears worsenFour in five (84%) Australians fear flying with at least half blaming terrorism, finder.com.au, the site that compares virtually everything, has revealed.Terrorist attacks on planes including the aircraft being hijacked is the major reason why Australians fear taking-off – instilling fear in 45% of Aussie jetsetters, according to a finder.com.au survey of 2,005 Australians. And it’s not just attacks in the air they are worried about.High profile terrorist incidents in cities such as London, Berlin, Paris, Nice and most recently Barcelona have made Australians wary about traveling in Europe.Analysis of Overseas Departure seasonally-adjusted data by finder.com.au shows the number of Australians visiting France dropped 7% in the 12 months to July 2017, Germany by 5% and the number of those heading to the UK dropped by 1%.Globally however, the number of Australians traveling overseas has increased by 4%, and those heading to Europe has actually jumped by 3%.Aussies are choosing to head to places like Switzerland, Sweden and Greece instead of the UK, France and Germany.Bessie Hassan, insurance expert at finder.com.au, says the decline in Aussie visitors to the UK, France and Germany is significant, at a time when global tourism is growing.“We’re seeing evidence that travellers are avoiding destinations where they see a pattern of terrorism happening,” she said.She speculated that more Australians would be holidaying on home soil.“We may see domestic holidays and South Pacific tourism increase while people feel that other parts of the world are dangerous,” she said.For those nervous about travelling to Europe in the wake of recent attacks Ms Hassan recommends contacting insurers to find out what sort of cover they provide in the event there is a terrorist incident.“Not all travel insurance policies cover cancellations as a result of terrorist attacks, and some may only provide limited cover so it’s worth reading the fine print before heading overseas.”Source = Finder.com
by The Associated Press Posted Oct 21, 2018 2:28 pm PDT Last Updated Oct 21, 2018 at 3:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Bad weather tested the devotion of 84,000 fans who went to see Garth Brooks at Notre Dame Stadium over the weekend.And it appears they really wanted to be at the event in northern Indiana. It was the first such concert in the stadium’s 88-year history.The Indianapolis Star reports that strong winds made it too dangerous to hang speakers above a stage at first. And so the show started an hour late on Saturday. Brooks also had to sing through rain and some snow.Brooks brought the University of Notre Dame’s cheerleading squad and its leprechaun mascot onstage. And he thanked the local crew for making the night feel like “a home game.”The concert was taped for a CBS special that will air on Dec. 2. FILE – In an Oct. 20, 2018 file photo, Garth Brooks performs before a sold-out crowd at Notre Dame Stadium, in South Bend, Ind. Bad weather tested the devotion of 84,000 fans who went to see Garth Brooks at Notre Dame Stadium over the weekend. Brooks also had to sing through rain and some snow. (Robert Franklin/South Bend Tribune via AP, File) Garth Brooks’ concert at Notre Dame success despite weather
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