Cry of the children

first_imgIt is time to remember Elizabeth Barrett Browning for her poem ‘The Cry of the Children’ dedicated to the condition of children in England who were made to clean chimneys and work in the hazardous industry. As a result, many would catch serious diseases and eventually die an early death. The poem examines children’s manual labour forced upon them by their exploiters. It was published in August 1843 in Blackwood’s Magazine. But since then England has moved far ahead. Children there go to school, get proper nutrition and healthcare required of them. But where do we stand today? Also Read – A special kind of bondDeath of over 125 children in Muzaffarpur due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome is very shocking. At this tender age, many of these children would not even know what is happening to them. Timely action could have prevented many deaths and such a big catastrophe. These children come from low-income group families and are poorly nourished. Even though the exact cause of this disease is not clear but one thing is certain that a malnourished child does not have enough resistance to fight any disease. For the last about 25 years, such epidemics occur in the area off and on, but no specific measures have been taken to date. It is to be noted with deep anguish that announcements made in 2014 about improving the infrastructure in health facilities in the district have still not been met with even after five years. There is a serious lack of infrastructure. The number of doctors is less than 25 per cent of what is required. Similar is the situation of the paramedical staff. The technical facilities are in extreme shortage. There is a need for immediate measures to save the lives of all those who are still alive but ill and also to prevent healthy children from falling sick. The situation should be declared as a calamity – an emergency situation. The central government should send immediate financial/medical aid for speedy action. Also Read – Insider threat managementSuch events are a reflection of total apathy on the part of central and state governments towards the poor people of the region which is known for such epidemics. Only two years back similar incident happened in Gorakhpur where 125 children died due to lack of oxygen. That also drew a lot of media attention ensuing promises. Good nutrition forms the primary basis of good health. It is even more important at the tender age of the first five years of life. But we are one of the worst performers as far as nutrition is concerned. Our hunger index is 103 among 118 countries. It is even worse than some of our neighbours. Despite economic growth, the nutritional status of our children is alarmingly below required standards. In India 44 per cent of children under the age of five are underweight. 72 per cent of infants and 52 per cent of married women have anaemia. Research has conclusively shown that malnutrition during pregnancy causes the child to have increased risk of future diseases, physical retardation and reduced cognitive abilities. Malnutrition in our country is both lack of calories as well as lack of intake of nutrients in proper proportion. All these issues have to be sorted out through a comprehensive healthcare policy with budgeting enough to meet the needs of the people. To ensure the good health of our children we have to: Ensure proper nutrition to all the children; healthy nutrition to all women in the reproductive age group; compulsory regular health checkup and basic investigations of children in the school to know about their health status; health education to children in schools and to prospective mothers; ensure universal compulsory education; raise family income by ensuring sufficient remuneration to meet their nutritional needs; provide a healthy environment, proper housing, clean drinking water supply and sewerage facilities; strengthen the mid-day meal scheme; economic measures have to be taken for inclusive growth. These are the minimum measures needed to be taken to prevent such happenings in future. Public health spending has to be increased immediately to three per cent and subsequently to six per cent of the GDP in the coming years. (Dr. Arun Mitra is an ENT surgeon. Views expressed are strictly personal)last_img read more

No wild Atlantic salmon found in NB river conservation group says

first_imgST. ANDREWS, N.B. – Not a single wild Atlantic salmon was found in a New Brunswick river that was once home to a healthy population of the species, alarming conservationists who link their disappearance to the proliferation of aquaculture sites in the area.The Atlantic Salmon Federation said in a new report released Thursday that for the first time since it began monitoring the Magaguadavic River fish ladder in 1992, no wild salmon had returned from the sea.“Really this run is now extinct in this particular river,” said Jonathan Carr, the group’s executive director of research.He said the bleak finding signals a “rapid drop” in the populationDespite a stocking program going back to 2002, the Fisheries Department says the population had been dropping steadily since estimating it at 900 wild salmon in 1983.“We’re fighting against a losing battle,” Carr said from St. Andrews, N.B. “We have had a few fish return over the last few years, but we’re just looking at handfuls and this is the first year where we haven’t seen any wild fish return.”Carr said the wild salmon population in the southern New Brunswick river has been declining steadily since aquaculture companies started setting up open net salmon pens in the 1980s in the bay where the river empties. The federation now says the area has one of the highest concentrations of industrial salmon farms in the world, leading to concerns that farmed fish are escaping their pens and interbreeding with wild salmon.In a statement Thursday, the Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association said the salmon federation is floating “hypothetical assumptions as science.”It said farming companies have found no containment breaches to explain the recent discovery of farmed fish, and says it has offered to perform genetic tests to pinpoint their source but the federation has not supplied samples.It said about 5 million salmon swim in secured farms in southwest New Brunswick, and escapes are rare, mostly caused by extreme weather.“The regulations that oversee salmon farming are rigorous. They are being followed,” it said in the statement. “To point the finger at aquaculture based on hypothetical assumptions is ridiculous and ignores the cumulative effect and realities of warming oceans and river systems.”The fish farmers association said many issues affect wild salmon populations, including climate change, acid rain, seal predation, unhealthy watersheds, hydro dams, habitat loss and over fishing.The Atlantic Salmon Federation said it found that in almost every year since 1994, more aquaculture escapees than wild fish were counted at the Magaguadavic fishway.Carr says the danger for wild stock is that the farmed salmon pass on “less fit genes” to them, degrading their health and limiting their chances of survival. It’s a phenomenon conservationists say has been seen at aquaculture sites in Maine, Norway and Scotland.“There’s a lot of interbreeding going on and they can really disrupt the gene pool and harm the overall fitness of wild salmon in these rivers,” he said. “It only takes one or two aquaculture escapees entering these other rivers and that could really add another nail to the coffin of the wild salmon.”The federation said 15 farmed salmon that escaped were recently removed from the trap at the top of the Magaguadavic fishway.Carr said there is also little monitoring of rivers like the Magaguadavic, suggesting the problem of interbreeding could be far more widespread than thought.Carr’s group has formed a multi-party committee aimed at coming up with best containment practices for the industry, increasing transparency and pushing to standardize rules around escape notifications.“The Magaguadavic should be a cautionary tale,” salmon federation president Bill Taylor said in a release. “Throughout North America no new open net-pen salmon aquaculture sites should be allowed in proximity to wild salmon rivers.”Salmon spawning usually takes place in late October, with the eggs hatching the following May or June. Juveniles stay in the river for several years, then go out to sea in spring before migrating to waters off Labrador or Greenland. They stay in ocean and then return to their river of origin.– By Alison Auld in HalifaxNote to readers: The is a corrected story. A previous version erroneously reported that the salmon stocking program started in 1983.last_img read more

Federal government appoints directors to develop new council to advance reconciliation

first_imgnews@aptn.ca APTN News Six people have been appointed to a new federal interim board aimed at advancing reconciliation.Grand Chief Wilton Littlechild will chair the interim board of directors that will be tasked with developing the National Council for Reconciliation.Littlechild is a former commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that recommended the council as part of its 94 recommendations or Calls to Action.Max FineDay, Mike DeGagné, Clint Davis, Edith Cloutier, and Jean Teillet will also make up the board of directors.The board members will spend the next six months talking to stakeholders to come up with recommendations to develop the council and the endowment of a National Reconciliation Trust.“Reconciliation is not just an Indigenous issue, it’s a Canadian one, and it will take genuine collaboration at all levels to advance this journey,” said Carolyn Bennett, minister of Crown-Indigenous relations, in a statement.Bennett also held a news conference in the foyer of the House of Commons to announce the board.Littlechild said a lot has been done to promote reconciliation since the TRC released its report in 2015.“However, there is no coordinating or monitoring mechanism,” he said in a statement. “I look forward with interest to the establishment of a council who will be influential in the increased engagement of the rest of Canada. True reconciliation requires all of us working together.”last_img read more

Moroccans Mock Abtal Al Watan Music Video Dedicated to Morocco 2026

Rabat- After mocking Morocco’s 2026 World Cup bid logo, social media users have expressed fresh disappointment at a new music video, “Malhama: Abtal Al Watan” (A Saga: Heroes of the Nation), dedicated to Morocco’s bid to host the 2026 World Cup.The music video, featuring the country’s most popular celebrities singing “Malhama Abtal Al Watan,” has become the latest subject of public mockery. The lyrics, the singing, and the celebrities have all been severely criticized and labeled “cringe-worthy,” “uncreative,” and “humiliating.”  The initiative is also intended to encourage Morocco’s Atlas Lions, who will play their first match in the World Cup June 15. Participants in the clip include singers Abderrahim Souiri, Tahour, Abdelali Anouar, Rachida Talal, Aicha Tachinouite; rising singer Hamza Labyed; model Leila Haddioui; actor Mohamed El Jem; and actress and former Minister of Culture Touria Jabrane. Actor Said Naciri produced the music video.Naciri defended the ridiculed clip with a statement equivalent to the French saying “Chassez le naturel, il revient au galop,” and the English proverb “What’s bred in the bone will come out in the flesh,”referring to that which is inherent to a person’s nature.While some social media users on Twitter and Facebook saw nothing wrong with the music video, the majority wrote comments like: “This song screams: no to creativity!”One Facebook user said with utter sarcasm: “FIFA has decided to organize the [2026] World Cup in Morocco as it was deeply touched with the “Malhama” words…”Another wrote: “Have you seen, only a qualification for World Cup caused this Malhama…Now imagine what will happen if we win the 2026 bid, we will have an eight-year-long Malhama!”Vous avez vu cette mal7ama pour une qualif en Coupe du Monde? Imaginez maintenant ce que ça serait si on gagne l’organisation de 2026. On aura des mal7amates pendant 8 ans !— SiMo (@SiMo___H) May 27, 2018#Mal7ama dial lkilo ??#Tfou#Tar9a3 pic.twitter.com/QsUbKrL1oF— K.E (@ANTIJRADA) May 28, 2018In January, Morocco’s World Cup bid Committee unveiled the long-awaited official logo, garnering mockery, criticism, and disappointment from many Moroccans. According to the Maghreb Arab Press (MAP), the logo reflects the country’s national unity and plural identity.“I could have done a better logo at home and on my computer. This is an important matter, and I don’t think hiring amateurs is a wise thing to do. International marketing firms are highly recommended. Not a good start, as far as I am concerned,” one Facebook user, Zachary M. Lahlou, expressed to Morocco World News online.“It looks so unprofessional, I wouldn’t spend a single dollar on such a low quality logo! It’s rubbish and it doesn’t make any sense to me! A great nation with a centuries-old culture was represented by a green pentagram with a few red leaves around it? Seriously!” another one expressed, joining the many people noting the absence of creativity in the management and design. read more

Ban welcomes Central African peace accord between rebels and Government

In a statement released by his spokesperson, Mr. Ban said he hoped that the agreement would enable the Central African authorities “to convene, without further delay, the inclusive political dialogue needed to allow the country to embark on a path to sustainable peace, stability and development.” Some 200,000 people have been displaced by ongoing fighting in the country, including clashes between the Government and the two rebel groups, the Union des Forces Démocratiques pour l’Unité (UFDR) and the Armée Populaire pour la Restauration de la Démocratie (APRD).The Secretary-General urged all signatories of the agreement to scrupulously respect its provisions and he called on all other political-military groups in the country to join it.Mr. Ban also called on the international community to continue to provide assistance to the country to sustain its recovery. 24 June 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed a peace agreement signed by the Government of the Central African Republic (CAR) and two rebel groups after talks facilitated by the Gabonese President El Hadj Omar Bongo Ondimba. read more

Stocks tumble as earnings misses remind traders of flagging global growth

The Toronto stock market tumbled almost 200 points Tuesday amid sliding commodity prices as U.S. earnings disappointments and a fresh round of worry centred on Europe’s debt crisis reminded investors about flagging global growth.The S&P/TSX composite index fell 188.7 points to 12,214.85 with losses spread across all sectors, while the TSX Venture Exchange lost 18.59 points to 1,289.82.U.S. markets were sharply lower in the wake of disappointments from Dow heavyweights DuPont and 3M.The Dow industrials plunged 234.73 points to 13,111.63, the Nasdaq was down 27.12 points to 2,989.84 while the S&P 500 index fell 20.72 points to 1,413.1.The Canadian dollar pared early losses as the Bank of Canada said it was keeping its key rate unchanged at one per cent while keeping intact language warning that it will raise rates at some point.The currency dipped 0.02 of a cent to 100.73 cents US. It had earlier traded as low as 100.23 cents, its lowest level since early August, amid speculation that the central bank’s statement would take a less hawkish stance on raising rates.Instead the bank maintained the key message of previous statements — that there will need to be modest rate hikes — with the slight modification that added “over time” to the equation.In a speech last week, Carney had omitted a statement that “modest withdrawal of money policy will likely be required” — leading observers to think the central bank was signalling a more definitive change to its policy.Meanwhile, chemical maker DuPont reported net income of US$10 million Tuesday, or a penny per share. Excluding one-time items, DuPont earned 44 cents per share, compared with 69 cents per share for last year’s third quarter. The results fell short of the average estimate of 46 cents per share, and DuPont’s stock slid 8.9 per cent to US$45.33.And conglomerate 3M said its third-quarter profit edged up to $1.16 billion, or $1.65 a share, which met estimates. Sales dipped 0.4 per cent to $7.5 billion, which missed expectations of $7.63 billion. 3M also cut its 2012 profit estimate to reflect “current economic realities.”3M makes everything from Post-it notes and Scotch tape to roofing granules, coatings for LCD screens and traffic sign coatings. The variety of its businesses and its worldwide footprint make it an economic bellwether and its shares fell $3.23 to US$89.30.Some of the disappointing revenue is because of weakness in foreign markets. Multinational companies are having a hard time selling to Europe, which is struggling under a debt crisis and a spreading recession.“The recession in Europe is very real,” said Bernard Schoenfeld, senior investment strategist for Bank of New York Mellon Wealth Management in New York. “It’s not going to disappear very quickly, and it will certainly negatively affect earnings of exporters in the United States.”The red-hot growth enjoyed by emerging markets like China and India is also slowing.The news was more positive from Canadian National Railways (TSX:CNR), which said after the close Monday it was maintaining its earnings growth outlook for 2012 despite anticipating a difficult end to the year due to a weak economy.CN said it earned $664 million, or $1.52 per diluted and adjusted share, for the period ended Sept. 30., beating analyst estimates by a penny. But its shares were down 36 cents to $86.71. Expectations for this earnings season were already muted with analysts expecting the first year-over-year drop since 2009.Analysts at Credit Suisse said in a report Tuesday that “roughly 25 per cent of the way through the U.S. reporting season, annual earnings per share growth is broadly flat.”The financial sector fell 1.5 per cent amid major acquisition news from the Canadian banking sector.Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY) confirmed it will acquire the Canadian auto finance and deposit business of Ally Financial Inc. The bank says its net cost for the deal will be about $1.4 billion but its shares got caught in the overall market downdraft and lost $1.50 to $57.10.And U.S. discount retailer Target is selling its credit card portfolio to TD Bank Group (TSX:TD) for about $5.9 billion. TD also agreed to a seven-year deal to underwrite, fund and own the retailer’s future credit card and Visa receivables in the United States. TD stock shed $1.09 to $81.83.Commodities weakened amid a move by Moody’s Investor Services to downgrade five Spanish regions to below investment grade.Spain has been the flashpoint of the eurozone’s credit crisis as the country endures its second recession in three years with near 25 per cent unemployment after the property market collapsed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, at the same time crippling the country’s banks.The base metals sector dropped 2.7 per cent as copper prices fell back with the December contract on the Nymex down five cents at US$3.57 a pound. Copper is viewed as an economic bellwether as it is used in so many applications and economic worries have sent prices 18 cents or five per cent in the past four sessions. Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B) shed 84 cents to $30.49.Oil prices headed lower with the December contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange losing $2.42 to US$86.23 a barrel.The energy sector lost 2.3 per cent as Suncor Energy (TSX:SU) gave back 84 cents to $32.54. December bullion gave back $16.90 to US$1,709.40 an ounce, its lowest close since early September, and the gold sector lost two per cent. Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) faded 77 cents to US$42.61. read more

Home Capital vows to defend itself from possible 70M short seller claim

TORONTO — Home Capital Group Inc. said Tuesday it has received a draft statement of claim from a partnership managed by West Face Capital Inc. containing allegations of misrepresentation.The alternative mortgage lender said the draft, which has not yet been filed in court, is claiming damages of $70 million.“The company believes it has valid defences and, if West Face commences the claim, the company intends to fully defend its conduct, as well as to investigate the conduct of the various short sellers and the propriety of their actions whether acting alone or in concert with others,” Home Capital (TSX:HCG) said in a statement.The company said the claim was prepared on behalf of West Face Long Term Opportunities Global Master LP, a Caymans Island limited partnership which opted out of a global settlement in connection with a class action lawsuit earlier this year.In June, Home Capital agreed to pay $30.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit and a matter before the Ontario Securities Commission concerning allegations of misleading disclosure.Raymond James analyst Brenna Phelan noted that Home Capital currently trades at a discount to its closest peer, Equitable Bank.“While the penalty itself is manageable, we believe this statement, as well as any future court case, will serve as a reminder of skeletons in the closet,” Phelan wrote regarding the potential lawsuit from West Face.Home Capital said the West Face claim describes building a significant short position in Home Capital in the spring and summer of 2013 before covering its short position between the fall of 2013 and the spring of 2015.West Face said it covered its short position during a period in which it now believes that market prices of Home Capital shares were inflated due to incomplete public disclosures.“West Face acted alone in its short position and did not act in concert with any other short sellers,” the Toronto-based investment manager said in a statement.The firm said it has not traded Home Capital shares since April 2015. read more

Police post at National Museum

Among the items stolen were several gold-embedded swords, gold rings, gem and jewel-embedded handles of walking sticks and some other artifacts belonging to the country`s last kingdom before it became a Western colony.The CCTV system, which was malfunctioning at the time of the theft, has been repaired and a new state-of-the-art alarm and a new CCTV system has been installed. The Colombo National Museum was broken into March 17 and some historic items belonging to country`s last kings were stolen. The police post which was opened yesterday (Sunday) has 16 officers on duty. A police post has been setup at the National Museum in Colombo, the police media unit said today.The police post will operate under the Kurunduwatte police and was setup on the instruction of the Western Province DIG, the police media unit said. At the time of the theft the CCTV camera system of the museum had been removed for maintenance. After the robbery, eight employees of the museum had been suspended and a number of employees have also been transferred.Sri Lankan police have offered massive cash reward for information on the theft and the airport and sea ports have been placed on alert to prevent the stolen artifacts being smuggled out from the country.

Olympic and Worlds champion is out Hergeirsson Its my responsiblity

← Previous Story Denmark and Brazil – In battle for the final! Next Story → World Best Player 2012 Zsuzsana Tomori awarded in Belgrade Norwegian team suffered defeat against Serbia 28:25 in front of 16.000 spectators in “Kombank Arena” and lost the second title, after European, some other team will take a World gold from the current Olympic champion. Here are what Thorir Hergeirsson and his girls stated in the mix zone after the match…Linn JorrumSulland, Norway player‘Although I think that I had a good first half, of course I would have liked to play more. That is up to the one who decides’ -she said, referring to ThorirHergeirssonKaroline DyhreBreivang, Norway playerWhen asked to comment on the low playing time of fellow player, Linn JorrumSulland: ‘I am tight-lipped about Hergeirsson’s decision to drop Sulland when it was about five minutes left . It is Thorir that governs the substitutions. I do not decide, and I cannot answer.ThorirHergeirsson, Norway coach‘I feel she (Sulland) was in a downward curve of performance at first, but could’ve come in earlier than the others. I have no immediate answer (on why Norway has failed). We could not resist them (Serbia) in their full throttle in any way. We chose to swap one player, but should have perhaps swapped two in last minutes. We knew that Serbia would have to run more, if opponents switch two players (on back positions) later in the game. I know now (afterwards) that we should have maybe tried to create more rhythm going forward into the game.I’m not happy with it (the loss). We performed bellow our level the last twenty minutes of the match. It is my responsibility; I am the leader of the team. At the same time, I believe it is not wise to take any quick conclusions. We can think: ” We have done everything, we tried our best”. We did try (to change) a few things, but didn’t get the desired answer.There is always an advantage for the home team, especially when they’re in good form like the Serbian team). They have momentum and ” flow ” to their game and it was hard to oppose them.The only regret I have is that I should have made two substitutions (instead of one); to create more rhythm ahead and give the 2nd and 5th (central) players in defense a breather. I could’ve done that. And we could put Linn back in earlier. Although, I cannot perceive how is that essential for the game’s final outcome.’NEMANJA SAVIC read more

Its Complicated in Twelfth Doctor Comic Finale

first_imgStay on target HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Ice Warriors, the Flood, an immensely powerful and evil sentient force at least as old as the universe, oh my!The Twelfth Doctor and Bill Potts successfully united a group of Vikings and Ice Warriors in the fight against a greater threat—the disease-carrying Flood.But who (or what) is responsible for the viral outbreak (and the subsequent deaths of Halfdan, Asmund, Wulfstan, and Badric)? The Doctor has a hunch.Stranded in the ninth century, somewhere off the North Atlantic Ocean, the Time Lord must find a way to once again defeat Fenric—”an evil from the dawn of time.”“Melodramatic, I know, but true,” the Doctor explains. “Thing is, I already faced this evil. A long time ago. In the future.”At Maiden’s Point in 1943, to be exact: Imprisoned 17 centuries earlier in a Chinese flask after losing a game of chess to the Doctor, Fenric is unintentionally released to wreak havoc.“He wanted to poison the seas with a chemical slime that would eventually destroy the entire planet,” the Time Lord said, reminiscing about his former incarnation.The final chapter of “The Wolves of Winter” is on sale now (via Titan Comics)Based on Fenrir, a monstrous wolf in Norse mythology, the Great Old One is seemingly killed in Seventh Doctor serial “The Curse of Fenric.” Yet, here he is, playing the Doctor once again.This disjointed finale of Richard Dinnick’s “The Wolves of Winter” adventure is harder to follow than its predecessors.The panels jump from one character to another, handily omitting plot points (how did Bill escape the “Creature from the Blue Lagoon” and return to the TARDIS?) and leaving the reader struggling to keep up.And am I really supposed to believe the Doctor is so convincing as to so easily persuade one of Fenric’s allies to turn against him so easily?At least there is a happy ending: Bill ultimately gets to see a polar bear (Ursus maritimus)—just like the one Henry III kept at the Tower of London.The final chapter of “The Wolves of Winter” trilogy—featuring art by Brian Williamson, Marcelo Salaza, and Edu Menna—is on sale now for $3.99.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Gustavo Hofman of ESPN believes Croatia clash will be a useful test for

first_imgGustavo Hofman of ESPN believes Croatia clash will be a useful test for Brazil and pointed out that Croatia has more in its coffers to offer technically than Serbia, according to Goal.“They are a very technical side, they have a great midfield, Tite is a big fan of Modric for example, a confessed admirer of Real Madrid’s midfielder. The CBF’s hope in arranging a friendly against Croatia is to mirror the Serbia game, except that Croatia are more technical and Serbia are physically stronger.“I like the Croatia team a lot, they will make Brazil work hard. The Selecao is better than Croatia, but they are a time that will come out and attack more than Serbia, who are more defence-minded.”Euro 2020Euro 2020 Qualifiers Betting: 06/09/19 Stuart Heath – September 6, 2019 With the international break in full-swing, here at Ronaldo.com we are going to take a look at Thursday’s Euro 2020 qualifiers match-betting odds.With a…Modric has demonstrated and is clearly the standard-bearer of the Balkans side, however, coach Zlatko Dalic can also call on talents like Ivan Rakitic, Mateo Kovacic, Mario Mandzukic and Ivan Perisic to name just a few.Brazil will take on Croatia on Sunday at 11 am Brasilia time (3 pm BST), in Liverpool’s Anfield home. The game is scheduled to part of the Selecao’s World Cup preparations, leading up to their tournament debut coming up on June 17.last_img read more

Cher Adds More 2019 Performance Dates In North America

first_imgIf that sounds like a busy itinerary, glance at what Cher has going on before then. Beginning Apr. 18 in Pittsburgh, Penn., she’ll be completing previously announced dates in North America and Canada through the end of May. In August, Cher returns to Park Theater in Las Vegas for another round of performances. Then from late September through early November she’ll be visiting European capitals including multiple concerts in Germany and the UK including at London’s O2 arena on Oct. 20 and 21.After three Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 singles in the early 70’s, as a solo artist, in 1999 Cher’s “Believe” went to No. 1 again and won Best Dance Recording at the 42nd GRAMMY Awards. Both 2013’s Closer To The Truth and 2018’s Dancing Queen reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album charts, Cher’s career high to date.Tickets for Cher’s Nov. and Dec. performances go on sale on April 5 to the general public at Live Nation’s website, with pre-sales opening on April 2.Cher, Reba McEntire, “Hamilton” Receive Kennedy Center HonorsRead more News The diva adds to her demanding 2019 tour schedule while her recent albums chart at career highsPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Mar 29, 2019 – 2:53 pm Cher’s Here We Go Again Tour has added 14 new North American stops in November and December of 2019. This year is keeping the GRAMMY-winning diva busy as she finishes one of her residency series at MGM Resorts’ Park Theater in Las Vegas tonight and tomorrow night.Touring with special guests Nile Rodgers and Chic, Cher’s first of the new dates is Nov. 19 in Portland, Ore. with performances in Chicago, Denver, Phoenix, San Francisco, and Toronto through the end of the month. Next stop is Madison Square Garden in New York on Dec. 3, then heading south through Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D.C., and New Orleans. The beat goes on in mid-December at Houston and San Antonio, followed by the last of the new dates in Dallas, Texas on Dec. 19 at the American Airlines Center. Facebook Cher Adds More 2019 Performance Dates In North America Email https://twitter.com/cher/status/1111629264867287043 Twitter Cher Adds More 2019 North America Performances cher-adds-more-2019-performance-dates-north-americalast_img read more

The Wilmington Insider For October 26 2018

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is a round-up of what’s going on in Wilmington on Friday, October 26, 2018:Happening Today:Weather: Sunny, with a high near 48. Calm wind becoming northwest around 5 mph in the afternoon.Early Voting: Early voting continues today! The Town of Wilmington is offering early voting, from 8:30am to 4:30pm, in the Town Hall Auditorium.In The Community: Haunted Woods is back for its fifth year. Haunted Woods features nine scary attractions on the grounds of the Harnden Tavern (430 Salem Street, Wilmington).  Attractions include a 3D Glow/Clown Room; Abandoned Classroom; “Black Out” Room with maze in the dark; Bloody Butcher Shop; Cemetery/Junkyard; Crazy Scientists’ Lab; a Farmer’s Worst Nightmare; Funeral Home; and Insane Asylum.The event runs from 6:30pm to 9:30pm on Friday, October 19; Saturday, October 20; Friday, October 26; and Saturday, October 27.Tickets cost $7 for students and $10 for adults. Parking is free and located behind the Harnden Tavern, off of Woburn Street. Proceeds from the haunt will benefit the Wilmington Town Museum at the Harnden Tavern for the upkeep of the historical property. Learn more about Haunted Woods from its website. Follow it on Facebook and Twitter. Have a question about the event?  Contact Stephen at 978-933-1066 or info@friendshauntedproductions.com.In The Community: Abundant Life Church Children’s Ministry is holding a Fall Fun event from 6:30pm to 8pm. Families are welcome to a night of fun featuring former ALCS student Christian Schmidt with a juggling presentation. The children will also praise the Lord with some songs and make a fall craft. Refreshments will be served. Suggested donation is item(s) for the Wilmington Food Pantry.At The Library: Needleworkers at 10am. After Hours Concert: A Taste of Italy. [Learn more and register HERE.]At The Senior Center: Video Exercise at 10am. Sewing Class at 10am. Doris Craft at 10am. Special Exercise at 11am. Bingo at 1pm. Cards at 1:30pm. [Learn more HERE.]Live Music: Pacific Grove (211 Lowell Street) is hosting Karaoke from Winnell Entertainment at 8pm.(NOTE: What did I miss? Let me know by commenting below, commenting on the Facebook page, or emailing wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. I may be able to update this post.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedThe Wilmington Insider For October 27, 2018In “5 Things To Do Today”The Wilmington Insider For October 19, 2018In “5 Things To Do Today”The Wilmington Insider For October 20, 2017In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

AppleQualcomm settlement led to Intels exit from 5G phone modem market

first_img Comment Apple $999 Best Buy Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it $999 Share your voice See All See It Review • iPhone XS review, updated: A few luxury upgrades over the XR See It Phones Components $999 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Apple iPhone XS Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Sprint Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? See it See It Boost Mobile Mentioned Above Apple iPhone XS (64GB, space gray) 1 • $999 Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 reading • Apple-Qualcomm settlement led to Intel’s exit from 5G phone modem market Preview • iPhone XS is the new $1,000 iPhone X Tags Intel CEO Bob Swan confirms his company’s decision to exit the 5G phone modem business was based on Apple’s settlement with Qualcomm. Intel Just hours after Apple and Qualcomm announced a settlement in their long-running patent battle earlier this month, Intel said it would exit the 5G phone modem business. But the chip giant didn’t say at the time whether its decision was based on the settlement.It apparently was, according to a Wall Street Journal interview with Intel CEO Bob Swan.”In light of the announcement of Apple and Qualcomm, we assessed the prospects for us to make money while delivering this technology for smartphones and concluded at the time that we just didn’t see a path,” Swan told the newspaper.Intel on April 16 said it plans to cease working on modems for 5G, the next-generation of wireless technology expected to supercharge mobile connections. It had been working on a processor for Apple, with the chip expected to be in iPhones in 2020. Lately there have been worries the chip wouldn’t be ready until iPhones released in 2021.The announcement came the same day that Apple and Qualcomm announced they had reached a settlement in their two-year legal battle over licensing royalties. Apple in January 2017 had accused Qualcomm of anticompetitive practices that have raised chip prices, restricted competition and hurt customer choice. Qualcomm, the world’s biggest mobile chipmaker, had countered that the iPhone wouldn’t be possible without its technology, and it deserved to be paid for its innovation.In a statement at the time, Intel said it would “complete an assessment of the opportunities for 4G and 5G modems in PCs, internet of things devices and other data-centric devices.” It also said it will “continue to invest in its 5G network infrastructure business.”When Swan was asked whether Intel was considering selling its 5G smartphone modem business, he told the Journal that the company is “evaluating alternatives on what’s the best course for our IP and our people.”An Intel representative confirmed Swan’s comments but declined to comment further.CNET’s Shara Tibken contributed to this report. Qualcomm 5G Intel Applelast_img read more

Foldgate Effect Samsung Galaxy Fold launch gets delayed in this market

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COPY LINKAD Loading … Display Last week, Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Fold suffered a durability crisis after three-four review units in custody of media outlets and bloggers in the western markets became dysfunctional after the flexible screen gave away within two days of usage.Back then, Samsung confirmed that it will investigate the issue, which many calling it the ‘Foldgate’, once they get the devices back into their research plant for investigation; but assured fans that the Galaxy Fold launch scheduled for April 26 in select markets will go as planned. Samsung Galaxy Fold set to hit stores in late April 2019.Samsung Mobile PressBut now, Twitter tipster Ice Universe, known for his reliable inputs on unreleased products, has claimed Samsung might halt the Galaxy Fold from hitting the stores at least in China. Two major network carriers have apparently have postponed the launch activities.What issue is plaguing the Galaxy Fold?Samsung fans and the prospective buyers must note that the current Galaxy Fold’s crisis is not that serious compared to the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, which the device exploded at random times. Since then, Samsung had made a lot of strides in the last couple of years, but it still may get undone by the Galaxy Fold, as it costs a bomb (FYI: It costs $1980 approx. Rs 1,36,655).Several international consumer electronics product reviewers who got their hands, earlier in the month, are complained of half-dead screens, also in some instances, the display seems to be cracking in the middle, as above the folding point, rendering the screen unusable in just a couple days of usage. After South Korea, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 5G in the US in coming weeks.Samsung Mobile PressHowever, some ill-advised reviewers made a mistake of peeling the protective cover on the display, which in fact was actually an integral part of the screen. This cannot be blamed on Samsung, but more time is required to really know whether the device is durable enough to sustain daily wear and tear.Key specifications of Samsung Galaxy Fold:ModelModelGalaxy FoldGalaxy FoldModelDisplayGalaxy FoldMain display: 7.3-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED (4.2:3)Cover display: 4.6-inch HD+ Super AMOLED (21:9)ModelOSGalaxy FoldAndroid 9.0 PieModelProcessorGalaxy Fold7nm 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa-core processor (Max. 2.8 GHz + 2.4 GHz + 1.7 GHz)ModelRAMGalaxy Fold12GB RAM(LPDDR4x)ModelStorageGalaxy Fold512GB (UFS3.0) *User memory is less than the total memory due to the storage of the operating system and software used to operate the device features. Actual user memory will vary depending on the operator and may change after software upgrades are performed. *No MicroSD slotModelCameraGalaxy FoldCover camera10MP Selfie Camera, F2.2ModelRear triple cameraGalaxy Fold16MP Ultra Wide Camera, F2.212MP Wide-angle Camera, Dual Pixel AF, OIS, F1.5/F2.412MP Telephoto Camera, PDAF, OIS, F2.4, 2X optical zoomModelFront dual cameraGalaxy Fold10MP Selfie Camera, F2.28MP RGB Depth Camera, F1.9ModelBatteryGalaxy Fold4,380mAh (typical)* Fast Charging compatible on wired and wireless Wired charging compatible with QC2.0 and AFC Wireless charging compatible with WPC and PMA * 4,380mAh (typical) refers to the typical value of the battery capacity as tested under third-party lab conditions. Typical value is the estimated average value considering the deviation in battery capacity among the battery samples. Rated (minimum) capacity is 4,275mAh. Actual battery life may vary depending on a network environment, usage patterns and other factors.ModelColoursGalaxy FoldCosmos Black, Space Silver, Martian Green, Astro BlueModelPriceGalaxy Fold$1980 (approx. Rs 1,36,655) Storage512GB (UFS3.0) *User memory is less than the total memory due to the storage of the operating system and software used to operate the device features. Actual user memory will vary depending on the operator and may change after software upgrades are performed. *No MicroSD slot Close Main display: 7.3-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED (4.2:3)Cover display: 4.6-inch HD+ Super AMOLED (21:9) Front dual camera Apple and Samsung Finally Reach A Truce 10MP Selfie Camera, F2.28MP RGB Depth Camera, F1.9 ModelGalaxy Fold Battery4,380mAh (typical)* Fast Charging compatible on wired and wireless Wired charging compatible with QC2.0 and AFC Wireless charging compatible with WPC and PMA * 4,380mAh (typical) refers to the typical value of the battery capacity as tested under third-party lab conditions. Typical value is the estimated average value considering the deviation in battery capacity among the battery samples. Rated (minimum) capacity is 4,275mAh. Actual battery life may vary depending on a network environment, usage patterns and other factors. Rear triple camera OSAndroid 9.0 Pie 16MP Ultra Wide Camera, F2.212MP Wide-angle Camera, Dual Pixel AF, OIS, F1.5/F2.412MP Telephoto Camera, PDAF, OIS, F2.4, 2X optical zoom CameraCover camera10MP Selfie Camera, F2.2 Processor7nm 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa-core processor (Max. 2.8 GHz + 2.4 GHz + 1.7 GHz) ColoursCosmos Black, Space Silver, Martian Green, Astro Blue Price$1980 (approx. Rs 1,36,655)last_img read more

New problem discovered with 737 Max jet IATA urges further pilot training

first_imgNew problem discovered with 737 Max jet, IATA urges further pilot training With file from The Associated Press Tags: Boeing 737 MAX, Federal Aviation Administration, IATA Share MONTREAL — A new computer problem has been found in the troubled Boeing 737 Max that will further delay the plane’s return to flying after two deadly crashes, according to two people familiar with the matter.The latest flaw in the plane’s computer system was discovered by Federal Aviation Administration pilots who were testing an update to critical software in a flight simulator last week at a Boeing facility near Seattle, the people said.Boeing did not immediately respond to a request for comment.One of the people familiar with the discovery said it would add one to three months to the timetable for returning the Max to flight. Both spoke on condition of anonymity because the development has not been made public.In response, IATA, which represents hundreds of airlines, pushed again for additional training on the 737. After holding a meeting in Montreal between airlines and regulators, Alexandre de Juniac, head of IATA, said Thursday in a prepared statement that the aviation industry cannot operate effectively without co-ordination between aircraft operators and regulators.More news:  Sunwing to further boost Mazatlán service with new flights from OttawaIf additional training is required, including the possible introduction of simulators for the Max, it could come at a tremendous cost to Boeing.Earlier this month Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, who landed a crippled airliner safely on the Hudson River in 2009, told the House aviation subcommittee that Max pilots should train for emergencies related to flight-control software in simulators – not just on computers, as Boeing proposes. Several others who testified also criticized Boeing’s pilot training for the aircraft, with some saying that Boeing’s zeal to minimize pilot-training costs for airlines buying the 737 Max jet contributed to design errors and inadequate training.Boeing Co.’s 737 Max fleet has been grounded worldwide after crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia killed 346 people.Shares of Boeing fell 2.6% before the market open.center_img By: The Associated Press Thursday, June 27, 2019 << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Copies of famous artworks replace ads on Tehran billboards

first_img TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — In an unusual move by Tehran’s mayor, hundreds of copies of famous artworks — both of world masters and Iranian artists — have been plastered on some 1,500 billboards across the city, transforming the Iranian capital into a gigantic, open-air exhibition.The 10-day project, which ends Friday, has stirred both appreciation and criticism. But whether people like it or not, the message is simple, according to Ehsun Fathipour. “It says Iranians are art lovers, too,” says the 57-year-old Tehran businessman.There is plenty to look at — from Claude Monet’s iconic Rouen Cathedral, Rembrandt’s Landscape with a Stone Bridge and Mark Tansey’s 1981 work, The Innocent Eye Test, to the 18th century Flowering Plants in Autumn, attributed to Japanese painter Ogata Korin.In a city of 9 million people, 200 copies of works by world masters vie for attention along with 500 works of Iranian artists, such as Still Life by Iranian painter Bahman Mohasses, which is in Tehran’s Arjantin Square. In Jomhouri Street, just a few blocks from the office of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, known for his love of the arts, stands a copy of the 19th century Indian Fisherman by German Albert Bierstadt.The copies beam down from the city-owned billboards along key throughways, from overpasses and from main intersections and squares.The project was the brainchild of Mayor Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf — a former Revolutionary Guard commander who twice lost his bid to become Iran’s president, first in 2005 and then in the 2013 presidential election, when he came second-place to Hassan Rouhani. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center Patients with chronic pain give advice With a cartoon, pro-reform Shargh daily suggested the figure in The Scream is horrified at Tehran’s often gridlocked traffic.But art critic Reza Simorgh, who writes for the sq72.com news website, says drivers see the billboards for just a second or two — and that the distraction can be a traffic hazard. “It’s impossible to learn about sophisticated artwork while driving,” he said.Others have criticized the low quality of the copies, saying the harsh sunlight on some billboards does the artworks injustice.Much of Iran’s state-owned collection of priceless paintings by European greats such as Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Joan Miro, as well as American 20th century icons like Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and Jackson Pollock were acquired during the reign of U.S.-backed Shah Reza Pahlavi.After the shah was overthrown by followers of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini during the 1979 Islamic Revolution, most of the art was locked up in the vaults of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, only rarely emerging for brief public displays.Some works, like a semi-nude by Auguste Renoir, still have to see the light of day, banished by ruling clerics as examples of decadent Western culture. Sponsored Stories 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober In 2010, some 11 bronze statues of Iranian national heroes disappeared from Tehran’s public parks. The statues were never recovered. At the time, officials said religious motives appeared to have been behind the theft, and authorities cancelled inauguration of more statues in the city.Many like the billboards, like Sahar Nasiri, a 23-year-old student of Farsi literature. “The city is overwhelmed by advertisements the entire year, so this is a nice break,” she said.Fathipour, the businessman, said he came back from one of his frequent trips abroad and these “fascinating” billboards were just there.Movie actor Behzad Farahani told art website Banifilm.ir he saw “at least 20 good artworks … thanks to the billboards.” Pop singer Ali Ashabi said he hoped the idea would be emulated in other cities — and perhaps subway stations — to “improve people’s culture.”At the Sadr intersection in northern Tehran, Hatam Bagheri occasionally looks up from his stall with strawberries at a larger-than-life copy of Edvard Munch’s The Scream.“I am illiterate, unfortunately. I do not understand this,” says the fruit seller, in his 60s. Many young people stop to look, he added, so “it must mean it’s important.” Qalibaf has built his reputation on a host of quality-of-life projects around Iran’s capital, including parks, expanded subways lines and highways. But he also has faced accusations that he took part in past crackdowns against student protesters before becoming mayor in 2005.Tehran municipality sponsored the exhibit, entitled “An Art Gallery the Size of the City,” saying it wanted to bring art closer to the city’s residents. It has had other usual projects in the past — including converting a prison, a garrison and a slaughter house into a museum and galleries.Jamal Kamyab, who runs the Tehran Beautification Agency, affiliated with the municipality, said the aim was to “improve the artistic literacy of the citizens” and decorate public areas.Tehran-based analyst Saeed Leilaz said the project is likely Qalibaf’s attempt to re-vamp his hard-line image while also courting the middle class’ support — possibly for the next election.“It’s a transition from a hard-line paradigm to a milder sphere, one that caters to the cultural needs of the middle class,” Leilaz told The Associated Press.Few among Iran’s population of 80 million frequent galleries and museums, instead favoring shrines of religious figures and historical sites. From time to time, Iranian artists have also had their works banned, apparently for being deemed insulting to Islamic values. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Comments   Share   In this photo taken on Sunday, May 10, 2015, cars and motor bikes pass a billboard showing a copy of painting “The Innocent Eye Test” by American artist Mark Tansey from New York Metropolitan Museum, over a highway in Tehran, Iran. In an unusual move by Tehran’s mayor, hundreds of copies of famous artworks – both of world masters and Iranian artists – have been plastered on some 1,500 billboards across the city, transforming the Iranian capital into a gigantic, open-air exhibition. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi) But for these 10 days at least, art has come out on Tehran billboards.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories last_img read more

NASHVILLE Tenn – A Nashville prosecutor who was

first_img NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Nashville prosecutor who was the son-in-law of country music star Alan Jackson has died in a fall in Florida.Citing a Davidson County District’s Attorney’s Office release, news outlets report 28-year-old Ben Selecman died Wednesday. He was at a boat dock in Jupiter, Florida, when he slipped, suffering traumatic head injuries.District Attorney Glenn Funk called the assistant district attorney a “rising star.”Selecman married Jackson’s daughter, Mattie Jackson Selecman, in October 2017. Country music star’s son-in-law dies in Florida fall by The Associated Press Posted Sep 14, 2018 6:52 am PDT Last Updated Sep 14, 2018 at 10:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

Jellyfish stings reported in Larnaca

first_imgA small number of jellyfish stings were reported in recent days at the Κastella and Mackenzie beaches in Larnaca, the municipality said on Wednesday, urging beachgoers to follow the lifeguards’ instructions.“The increase in jellyfish populations is a transient phenomenon which usually lasts a few hours to some days,” the Larnaca municipality said.In view of further reports of jellyfish stings in areas such as Protaras, the municipality noted a number of guidelines provided by the fisheries department for treating stings.If stung by a jellyfish, the fisheries department recommends that the affected area should first be carefully rinsed with sea water without rubbing. A plastic card such as a credit card should then be used to remove tentacles from the skin, before alerting lifeguards who, if present, will take the necessary action.Pain from a jellyfish sting should last around 15-20 minutes, the department noted. If pain persists a doctor should be consulted. You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityWe protect our home with earthquake insuranceCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndo Cypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoA new way of doing businessUndoVarosha move merely a ‘PR stunt’ by Ozersay, expert saysUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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