first_imgIndia now has 2,967 tigers and that fact alone says it all. As the latest census results were made public by the prime minister, India deserved a pat on the back for the kind of determination that has been on display to ensure the survival of endangered species. Back in 2006, the glaring fact that had made it to dinner tables across the country was the alarming number of tigers left in the country–1411. Since then, four surveys–including the latest one–have seen a proportionate rise in tiger population much to the relief of forest officials who have worked relentlessly in collating data to arrive at the right number. And, the numbers indeed bring a jubilant moment for them as well as people in general since the declining population of tigers was a real scare where the people felt helpless in their apprehensions. The cause for celebration is the kind of perseverance shown in improved conservation as well as estimation means by the forest officials which has prevented the big cat population to fall beyond critical levels. The mammoth task of scanning lakhs of kilometres of forest area with thousands of cameras placed to track movements and millions of images processed to identify the accurate number, considering repeated images of the same tiger, deserves credit. The exercise outlines the true spirit of conservation and points at the sustainability factor well understood by concerned personnel. It lauds the commendable action plan spanning over years to ensure something that is in a lot of ways out of our hands. It is to be noted that approaching these animals and forcing them to breed is not something feasible and hence it is difficult to promote numbers when all one can do is sit and observe. But better management of sanctuaries across India is the reason that tigers found breeding and survival as the way of life–like it always has been. The Pench Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh recorded the highest count of tigers while the Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve in Tamil Nadu showed the maximum improvement since 2014. Individually, these reserves and their policies have played a major role in ensuring the stability and sustainability factors. The government also gauged the economic values of these reserves which comprise protected forests, forest-dependent livelihood and forest tourism which turned out to be as high as 16,000 crores annually. The steady rise in tiger count gauged in four surveys viz., 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018 shows the diligent behaviour on display by those who have made it possible and commends India’s action plan for tiger conservation.last_img read more

first_imgIn a story Nov. 11 about (topic), The Associated Press reported erroneously the location of the headquarters for Qualtrics. The company is based in Provo, Utah, not Prove, Utah.A corrected version of the story is below:SAP buying Qualtrics for $8 billion in cashSAP agrees to pay $8 billion for survey-software provider Qualtrics InternationalBy The Associated PressSAP says it has agreed to pay $8 billion cash for survey-software provider Qualtrics International Inc., which was preparing for an initial sale of stock to the public.SAP said Sunday that the deal was approved by boards of both companies and Qualtrics shareholders. The sale is expected to close in the first half of next year.Provo, Utah-based Qualtrics filed last week for an IPO. Its products help companies get feedback from employees and customers. Qualtrics said in a regulatory filing that it has more than 9,000 customers including more than 75 per cent of Fortune 100 companies.For Germany’s SAP, the deal is one of its biggest. In 2014, it paid about $8.3 billion for Concur, which makes software to manage employee travel and expenses.The Associated Presslast_img read more

first_imgBoth Dreyer and McLeod feel proud to be taking part in this tour and to help raise funds for such a good cause, such as cancer research.Up next, on Wednesday, the Tour will be moving on to Hudson’s Hope and Chetwynd.Tour de North wraps up on September 23 in Williams Lake. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Cops for Cancer Tour de North kicked off Tuesday in Dawson Creek and ended Day One with a stop in Fort St. John.This year, local RCMP Constable Christiaan Dreyer and local Community Rider, with B.C. Hydro, Sharon McLeod has joined the Cops for Cancer Tour de North.The Tour is passing through communities in the Peace Region to ride an 850 km route from Dawson Creek to Williams Lake and aims to complete a fundraising goal of $310,000 for childhood cancer research and support services at the Canadian Cancer Society.last_img read more

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Oil prices rise above $92 in Europe amid increased Turkish-Syrian tensions by News Staff Posted Oct 11, 2012 8:42 am MDT The price of oil rose above US$92 a barrel Thursday as growing tensions between Turkey and Syria caused worries about the future of Middle East crude supplies.By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery was up 90 cents at US$92.15 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract fell $1.14 to finish at $91.25 per barrel on the Nymex on Wednesday after some mixed economic signals.Brent crude, used to price international varieties of oil, rose 86 cents to US$115.19 on the ICE Futures Exchange in London.Turkish jets on Wednesday forced a Syrian passenger plane to land at Ankara airport on suspicion that it might be carrying weapons or other military equipment to support the regime of President Bashar Assad in its civil war against Syrian rebels.Escalating tensions between the two former allies are “one of the things that are keeping oil prices somewhat firm to stronger,” said Ric Spooner, chief market analyst at CMC Markets in Sydney.Many observers fear the civil war in Syria could grow into a wider regional conflict that could threaten oil supplies from Middle East producers. The Middle East and North Africa account for about a third of global oil production.A softer dollar helped lift oil prices by making crude cheaper for investors trading in other currencies. On Thursday, the euro was up to US$1.2922 from $1.2847 late Wednesday in New York.Investors will also be monitoring fresh information on U.S. stockpiles of crude and refined products. Data for the week ended Oct. 5 are expected to show a rise of 1.5 million barrels in crude oil stocks, while gasoline stocks are expected to remain unchanged, according to a survey of analysts by Platts, the energy information arm of McGraw-Hill Cos.The report from the Energy Department’s Energy Information Administration will be out later Thursday.In other energy trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, heating oil rose 2.69 cents to US$3.24 a U.S. gallon (3.79 litres), wholesale gasoline was down 0.57 cent at US$2.9536 a gallon and natural gas added 0.5 of a cent to US$3.48 per 1,000 cubic feet.(TSX:ECA), (TSX:IMO), (TSX:SU), (TSX:HSE), (NYSE:BP), (NYSE:COP), (NYSE:XOM), (NYSE:CVX), (TSX:CNQ), (TSX:TLM), (TSX:COS.UN), (TSX:CVE) read more

NEW ENGLAND (9-3) at MIAMI (6-6)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBSOPENING LINE – Patriots by 9 1/2RECORD VS. SPREAD – New England 8-4, Miami 7-5SERIES RECORD – Dolphins lead 54-52LAST MEETING – Patriots beat Dolphins 38-7, Sept. 30LAST WEEK — Patriots beat Vikings 24-10; Dolphins beat Bills 21-17AP PRO32 RANKING – Patriots No. 4, Dolphins No. 18PATRIOTS OFFENSE – OVERALL (7), RUSH (11), PASS (9).PATRIOTS Defence – OVERALL (22), RUSH (13), PASS (24).DOLPHINS OFFENSE – OVERALL (29) RUSH (24), PASS (28).DOLPHINS Defence – OVERALL (29), RUSH (30), PASS (21).STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – New England is 17-7 against Dolphins since 2007, but has lost four of past five at Miami. … Dolphins coach Adam Gase is 1-4 against Patriots. … In his past three home games against Patriots, QB Ryan Tannehill is 3-0 and has thrown for seven scores and 840 yards with one interception. … Patriots clinch 10th consecutive AFC East title with win or tie. … New England has won eight of past nine games to clinch 18th consecutive winning season, second-longest streak in NFL history. … Coach Bill Belichick earned 250th victory with Patriots last week, including playoffs. … QB Tom Brady has 579 career TD passes, including post-season, tied with Peyton Manning for NFL record. … Brady became 1,000-yard career rusher last week and is averaging 1.7 yards per carry. … Brady has won 12 of past 13 starts vs. AFC East. … FB James Develin has three TDs in five carries, including two scores last week. … Patriots haven’t allowed 100-yard rusher since Week 3. … RB Sony Michel ranks fourth among rookies with 649 yards rushing. … Patriots RBs combined for 45 touches last week. … Only one team has fewer sacks than Patriots’ 19. … New England ranked third worst in NFL in punt coverage. … Miami has been outgained by 1,168 yards and is on pace to break 1967 team record. … Dolphins rank third with 25 takeaways. … Tannehill has won his past eight home starts. … Dolphins LT Laremy Tunsil hasn’t allowed sack this season. … Five of WR Kenny Stills’ 24 catches have gone for TDs. … RB Frank Gore is fifth in NFL in rushing yards since 2015. Gore has 18,414 career scrimmage yards and needs 43 to surpass LaDainian Tomlinson’s 18,456 for fifth in NFL history. … Former Patriots WR Danny Amendola leads Dolphins with 48 catches and 469 yards receiving. … Kiko Alonso is tied for second in NFL with 106 tackles, and his three interceptions are tied for second among LBs. … RB Kenyon Drake is third Miami player ever to total at least four rushing and four receiving TDs in season. … K Jason Sanders is 16 for 17 on field goals, and his 94 per cent success rate is on pace to set Dolphins record. … Fantasy tip: Dolphins have trouble covering TEs, and Rob Gronkowski has five TD catches in past six games against Miami.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/tag/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLThe Associated Press read more

first_imgSock’s agent said that the teenager had subsequently got in touch with the player.Mary Jane Orman, said: “The boy messaged Jack directly on Instagram and is from Ireland. He is gone home now but Jack invited him to his matches and said he will send him a towel.”The man in the hat may have got the towel, but the boy he snatched it from has got the glory. She said it was the kind of incident which went against the sport’s efforts to encourage more children to get involved in tennis.“I hope that somebody recognises him and comes forward with his name and that Jack Sock can give him a towel and it was lovely to see Jack Sock offering to do that,” she said. If you find out, we’d like to send him a #USOpen towel. @AustralianOpen, @rolandgarros, maybe send one of yours as well for a Slam sweep?— US Open Tennis (@usopen) July 4, 2017 “I know what it’s like for children and young people at Wimbledon. You want the whole thing to be a wonderful experience and you don’t want anybody to be going home disappointed so I think it was a lovely gesture of him and I hope he manages to find the guy.” Judy Murray recalled how as an eight-year-old Andy was left bitterly disappointed when he failed to get an autograph of his then hero Andre Agassi, after spending all day waiting for him at Wimbledon’s practice courts.“It had quite a big impact on him as a little kid. I think that’s one of the reasons why he’s so good at staying behind and signing everything for everybody because of the experience  that he had,” she said.The footage from Sock’s first round match against Christian Garin shows him glancing up at the teenager, who travelled to Wimbledon from Ireland, and throwing the towel towards him after he appeared to ask the player for it.But the heavily-set spectator in a straw hat in front of him intervenes and grabs at the towel, pulling it down towards him, with what appears to be the help of a woman in a matching blue shirt sitting next to him. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. If ur the bloke in the blue polo shirt and hat, you should be ashamed…… https://t.co/KlZ250NCQP— judy murray (@JudyMurray) July 4, 2017center_img No sweat! Happy to chip in an #AusOpen towel. 🇦🇺 🎾— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) July 5, 2017 Sock’s appeal for the teenager to contact him prompted the organisers of other Grand Slam tournaments to come forward with offers of towels, including the US Open and the Australian Open.And the maker of the Wimbledon towels, Christy, followed suit, stating: “We would love to help out.” If anyone knows the kid that unfortunately had the towel ripped out of his hands…tweet his name at me and I’ll be sure to get him one 🤙🏻— Jack Sock (@JackSock) July 4, 2017 Whether it’s an autograph, a sweatband or even a towel, picking up a memento from a Wimbledon match can be the high point of many a young tennis fan’s day.But one Wimbledon spectator put paid to that simple delight when he snatched a towel thrown by US player Jack Sock towards a teenage boy.Footage from the match on Court 8 showed the middle-aged spectator determinedly wrestling the player’s towel away from the boy sitting one row behind him.After the match Sock promised that if the teenager, thought to be from Ireland, came forward he would present him with a replacement towel to make up for his disappointment: The towel snatching incident was the kind of ungentlemanly behaviour frowned on at the All England Lawn Tennis Club and it quickly prompted condemnation from players and fans.Andrew Murray’s mother Judy certainly did not mince her words when she saw a replay:last_img read more

Teachers have been told not to ask a classroom of children what they did at the weekend an attempt to “poverty proof” schools.Staff should not initiate group discussions about what activities pupils did during school holidays as this can lead to less well-off children feeling awkward and uncomfortable, according to the charity Children North East.Luke Bramhall, who leads the organisation’s Poverty Proofing the School Day project, said that teachers must be sensitive in their choice of conversation topics to ensure pupils do not feel excluded.“Students have told us at some schools, they have discussions after the holidays or after Christmas as a whole class. Students are asked to tell everyone what they got for Christmas,” he said.“Students lie about what they got for Christmas because they want to fit in or they didn’t get as much as others.”Mr Bramhall added: “On a Monday morning, sometimes if there is ‘a pass the teddy bear round [and talk] about where you went and what you did on the weekend’, students have reported that it is difficult, awkward and uncomfortable.”While these are “important discussions”, it is important that teacher create the right “narrative” so that children from deprived households to do feel left out, he said. Mr Bramhall advises headteachers on how to “poverty proof” their schools. After interviewing children at the school, he gives bespoke advice for headteachers which reflects the needs their pupils. Experts from Newcastle University found that the charity’s work in schools improves attendance, attainment and uptake of free school meals, trips and music tuition.One headteacher banned fancy pencil cases after advice from the charity. Pauline Johnstone, head of St Wilfrid’s Primary School in Blyth, Northumberland, has also introduced a standard backpack for pupils in a bid to make school life easier for disadvantaged children.“As a school we had thought we did OK, it was all very equal and children didn’t feel disadvantaged,” Mrs Johnstone said.”It was quite difficult to listen to some of the feedback.” Children reported it was “very obvious” that some of them did not have the same things everyone else had, she said.The school took the decision to ban designer pencil cases – some of which can cost well over £10 – as well as no longer demanding parents make donations for pupils’ dress down days and introducing a standard backpack.Mrs Johnstone said there was initial anxiety from parents about the pencil case ban, “but the majority could see why we were doing it”. One school has banned pencil cases One school has banned pencil cases Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

first_img By Sean Murray Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Saturday 25 Mar 2017, 8:30 AM Mar 25th 2017, 8:30 AM Image: Shutterstock/monticello Short URL 1 Comment 9,982 Views http://jrnl.ie/3306300 Image: Shutterstock/monticello EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you start your day.1. #RESCUE 116: The body of captain Mark Duffy was found in the wreckage of Rescue 116 yesterday evening.2. #LIMERICK: A male teenager was killed, with an 18-year-old female in critical condition, following a crash involving a truck in Limerick.3. #SCANDAL: Almost one million breath tests never carried out were recorded by gardaí. Here’s what else we know so far.4. #STRIKE: Bus Éireann enters its second day of strike action today, but Irish Rail will run a full service today and avoid yesterday’s disruption.5. #AVA: Vera Twomey will march in Cork today to again campaign for access to medicinal cannabis for her daughter, ahead of a larger march in Dublin this week.6. #PRICEY: A new study has found that Dublin is almost as expensive for workers to live in as London.7. #POACHING: Dublin Zoo has said it is confident in its safety measures to protect its rhinos following the gruesome killing of a rhino for its horn in a French zoo.8. #HAPPY BIRTHDAY: The EU turns 60 this weekend, but it wasn’t the first vision of a united Europe.9. #COURTS: A judge has said that the case of alleged abuse of a Kildare teenager is one of the most shocking he has encountered. Share2 Tweet Email1 The 9 at 9: Saturday Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.last_img read more

first_imgiPad 3 : Un lancement dès le mois de mars ?Si l’on en croit les nouvelles rumeurs qui circulent sur le web au sujet de l’iPad 3, c’est au cours du premier trimestre 2012 que pourrait sortir la nouvelle tablette tactile signée Apple. Un lancement au mois de mars ou avril est en effet évoqué.Une nouvelle rumeur concernant Apple envahit le web en ce début de semaine. Il s’agit cette fois de la sortie de l’iPad 3, qui pourrait avoir lieu dans trois ou quatre mois. Lancée par le site Digitimes, cette information émanerait de sources industrielles, selon lesquelles la firme à la pomme aurait accéléré la cadence de livraison de composants destinés à l’iPad 3, quand celle de pièces pour l’iPad 2 aurait été sensiblement réduite. Au premier trimestre 2012, la production d’iPad 2 devrait passer à seulement 5 millions d’exemplaires, contre 15 millions pour le quatrième trimestre 2011. Et de janvier à mars prochains, ce sont près de 10 millions d’iPad 3 qui devraient être assemblés par le constructeur taïwanais Foxconn. Des chiffres qui laissent présager un lancement de la nouvelle tablette tactile d’Apple dès la fin du mois de mars, ou au plus tard en avril.Pour l’heure, les rumeurs concernant les caractéristiques techniques de cet iPad 3 évoquent un processeur A6 de nouvelle génération, et un écran Retina offrant une résolution de 2048 x 1536 pixels. Des écrans dont la production aurait été confiée à Samsung, LG et Sharp en octobre dernier.Le 12 décembre 2011 à 20:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_imgAfter Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-1, Petr Cech came to the realization that Man Utd fortune has changed.Two Red Devils players Alexis and Jesse Lingard scored in quick succession but Gunners Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang equalized yet Anthony Martial struck late on to finally beat Gunners.Cech also expressed concern over Papa and Laurent injury recovery speed.Speaking to the official club website on how Man United now look a different side under new coach Ole Solskjaer, Cech said via official website:Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“When you win games, you get a lot of confidence. They had their own problems – their fortune has changed and they’ve started to win games. They play with freedom, confidence and they are winning games.Talking about what happened to Papa and Laurent, he added:“No, I didn’t have a chance. We hope they can recover quickly because we need them. We play Tuesday and we need everyone back fit. Hopefully they won’t be injured for long.”last_img read more

first_imgBill extending last call in California headed to Governor Brown’s desk Posted: August 31, 2018 Ginger Jeffries, Ginger Jeffries August 31, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSACRAMENTO (KUSI) — Senate bill 905 will extend bar service hours until four in the morning for multiple cities in California.Right now alcohol sales have to stop at 2 a.m.If signed by the governor, the new law will take effect in 2021, extending alcohol sales until 4 a.m.Advocates from the Alcohol Policy Alliance held a panel to discuss this new bill and specifically what it could mean to San Diego.The five-year pilot program includes major cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, and a few smaller communities including Palm Springs. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

first_imgBanking regulator Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has questioned scores of auditors at 27 public sector banks on the process and logic they had used to compute and report write-downs at the lenders, according to an Economic Times (ET) report on Monday.Two people close to the development told ET that RBI has sought written explanation on differences in write-down assessments by its own inspectors and those certified by the auditors.ET cited reliable sources as saying that auditors at State Bank of India (SBI), Punjab National Bank (PNB), Bank of Baroda (BoB), Canara Bank, Allahabad Bank and Bank of India (BoI) were sent the show-cause notices about two weeks ago.A write-down is a reduction in the estimated and nominal value of an asset, and is charged off as a loss to the profit and loss account for the relevant period. A write-down becomes a write-off if the entire balance of the asset is eliminated and removed from the books altogether.The ET report said that in some cases, the RBI also questioned the provisioning methodology and non-performing asset (NPA) figures arrived at by the auditors at a few public sector banks, sources told ET.The banking regulator is examining whether auditors at these state-run lenders followed RBI guidelines on write-downs, provisioning and NPAs, the ET report said. “This is part of RBI’s annual assessment. Auditors will have to explain how they provisioned for NPA and how they calculated write-downs,” a person aware of the matter was quoted as telling ET.The write-downs, NPA and provisioning figures arrived at by the auditors and RBI inspectors differ by up to 10 percent.According to RBI data, PSU banks in 2016-17 have written off Rs 81,683 crore against Rs 2.49 lakh crore in the past five years, the report said. In a few cases, the audit reports of some of these lenders do not reflect these write-downs, sources told ET. Most banks do not separately report write-downs in their accounts, combining them often with quarterly provisioning.Most Indian public sector banks use more than one auditor due to the enormous size of their balance sheets. Most auditors are mid-to-small Indian firms that audit several branches. The 27 public sector banks collectively employ 115 auditors, according to data analysed by the ET Intelligence Group, the report said.last_img read more

first_imgPrime minister addresses an international business conference titled ‘Destination Bangladesh’ at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in the city on the occasion of 60th anniversary of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) on Sunday. Photo: PIDPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday feared that the current pace of national progress would be stalled unless the ruling Awami League was reelected to power as she addressed the country’s top business leaders.“Our past experience is very bitter,” she told the business leaders saying the country in the past witnessed discontinuation of the development process with the change of government.The premier added: “I don’t know what will happen if another party come to power as the election is approaching”.She said if people give vote to Awami League again, then it will be able to fulfill its targets, saying “And, if we even don’t get their vote, we will also try to stand beside them.”The prime minister inaugurated an international business conference titled ‘Destination Bangladesh’ at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in the city on the occasion of 60th anniversary of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI).Commerce minister Tofail Ahmed, state minister for finance MA Mannan and president of Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry(FBCCI) Shafiul Islam Mohiuddain attended the function as special guests while Abul Kashem Khan, president of DCCI gave welcome address.On the occasion, DCCI conferred the ‘Visionary Leadership Award’ on the prime minister, terming her a ‘torchbearer’ of Sonar Bangla and a real changemaker who is an inspiration to the private sector.“Sheikh Hasina opened the gateway for greater investment and a trendsetter of transforming Bangladesh into ‘Destination Bangladesh’,” a citation of theDCCI said.Sheikh Hasina said in 1996 to 2001, her government had showed successes in many areas including power generation, improving literacy rate and food production and many other areas.“But, unfortunately we found that the country went backward in all those sectors in the next seven years and the country went under the complete gripof terrorism, militancy, lawlessness and other anti-social activists,” she said.“Two governments — one at Hawa Bhaban and other in the Prime Minister’s Office — ruled the country when doing business was very impossible for businessperson without making them happy,” the prime minister said.After coming to power in 2009, Sheikh Hasina said her government gradually has brought everything under a discipline and put in force a system to take forward the country in a planned way.Now, Bangladesh is progressing fast and many international agencies also acclaimed the country for the success,” she added.Sheikh Hasina said according to the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Bangladesh would emerge as world’s 28th largest economy by 2030 and 23rd largest economy by 2050, exceeding many developed economies like The Netherland, Australia, Spain and Malaysia.“I hope you the business persons will do your business keeping the target in mind,” the prime minister said, adding that “If we come to power, we willdo our best to fulfill the target.”Urging the businesspersons to bring diversity in their export basket, the premier said everyone should not be interested in producing only one item, rather you have to produce different items according to the needs of the people in different parts of the world.In this regard, she mentioned inclusion of a business delegation in her every foreign trip, saying “I always encourage them to search their business partner during the visit.”Sheikh Hasina said her government has set a goal for quick development of the country through fulfilling the basic rights of the 160 million people.“In doing this, we have given utmost importance to the private sector as the sector is the key to make the economy strengthen through investment,” she said.The prime minister said her government has done everything for economic development in a planned way and set a goal to make Bangladesh a middleincome country by 2021.To achieve the goal, she said, the first five-year plan has already been implemented and the implementation process of second five-year plan is underway along with a long term perspective plan for 2041 when “we want to see Bangladesh as a developed nation in South Asia.”Sheikh Hasina said her government has also given focus on rural development for expansion of the trade and commerce up to rural level and socioeconomic development of grassroots people.“No development including industrial one cannot be economically sustainable without improving the economic condition and enhancing purchasingcapacity of the rural people,” she added.Pointing out her government’s focus on regional and sub-regional cooperation, the prime minister said “we want to explore the large market of South Asia.”Sheikh Hasina said her government assumed office in 2009 amid global economic recession. Her government’s well-thought out policy and dynamic steps helped keeping the economy out of the adverse effect of the recession, yielding average six per cent annual growth which reached to 7.86 per cent in last fiscal, she continued.In the backdrop of increasing per-capita income and purchase capacity of the people, the prime minister hoped that the country would be able toachieve 8.25 per cent growth next year as private sector would play a big role to fulfill the target.Mentioning her government’s plan to set up 100 Special Economic Zones (SPZs) across the country, the premier said her government envisaged expansion of industries under private sector.“The SPZs are being set up to attract private investments aimed at creating job opportunities,” she said, adding that “the government will provide you land and other utility services including electricity and communication facilities.Sheikh Hasina said her government has set a goal of producing 24,000 MW electricity by 2020 and 40,000 MW by 2040. Under the Delta Plan-2100, country’s total electricity generation would be 60,000 MW, she also said.The prime minister thanked DCCI for organizing such a timely event to portray the pace of growth of our dynamic private sector, hoping that the conference with the foreign partners would be able to explore real potential sectors.She also reassured her support to the private sector to continue the country’s economic growth spree.last_img read more

first_imgJORGE SANHUEZA-LYONLimeBike estimates its scooters reduced 8,500 pounds of CO2 in just two weeks in Austin.When electric scooters flooded into Austin, the companies that rent them touted their environmental benefits: “Riders were able to prevent 445,334 pounds of carbon emissions,” a press release from Bird said. The startup LimeBike estimated its scooters reduced 8,500 pounds of CO2 here in just two weeks.But those numbers are based on some shaky assumptions.Sam Sadle, LimeBike’s director of strategic development, said his company assumes most scooter users are riding them instead of riding in cars. Bird said it assumes half its scooter rides are replacing a one-mile car ride. So, are scooters replacing car trips?“We honestly don’t know yet,” said Phil Lasley, who studies traffic, bicycle and pedestrian issues with the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.He said it’s possible scooter rides are replacing short drives, but they could be replacing other modes of transportation, too.“Are these trips taking away from other bicycle trips? Are they taking away from transit? Are they taking away from walking?” Lasley said. The technology is so new that people don’t know.But that doesn’t stop people from making educated guesses.Haje Jan Kamps published a piece last month on TechCrunch, outlining the financial assumptions e-scooter companies need to make for their business models to succeed.Kamps, the director of portfolio at the venture capital firm Bolt, said the startups are in a desperate fight to win riders. (He said the firm has no investment in any e-scooter companies.)“They are currently in a massive scaling mode,” he said, “and so the only concern they have, really, is to get as many scooters on the roads as possible, and as many rides as possible for each individual scooter.”Depending on how sturdy the scooters are and how often they’re thrown out and replaced, that could be bad news for the environment.“So the way this pans out is the only thing you care about it growth at any cost,” Kamps said. “There is a real risk that some of the things like re-usability or recyclability might be first on the chopping block.”“Not so!” say scooter companies.“I like to say that we use every part of the buffalo,” said Anthony Fleo, regional general manager for LimeBike in Austin. He said even when a scooter needs to be scrapped, its working parts are retained for use on other bikes and scooters and for spare parts.Fleo estimated LimeBike scooters have a two-year lifespan – but that depends on the use they get.“It appears that these services are being heavily used,” Lasley said.He said the more popular scooters become, the more they may end up in the waste stream, even if they reduce CO2 emissions.And again, that’s if. Sharelast_img read more

first_img News | Cardiac Diagnostics | January 18, 2017 Study First to Connect Stress-Associated Brain Activity with Cardiovascular Risk January 18, 2017 — A study led by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (… read more Videos | Nuclear Imaging | March 22, 2019 VIDEO: Utilization of PET For Evaluation of Cardiac Sarcoidosis Raza Alvi, M.D.,… read more Videos | Nuclear Imaging | April 28, 2017 VIDEO: Trends in Nuclear Cardiology Imaging David Wolinsky, M.D., director of nuclear cardiology at Cleveland Clinic Florida and past-president of the American… read more PET-CT PET-CT combines positron emission tomography (PET) detectors and computed tomography (CT) into one imaging system. News | Cardiac Imaging | August 18, 2017 ASNC and SNMMI Release Joint Document on Diagnosis, Treatment of Cardiac Sarcoidosis August 18, 2017 — The American Society of… read more News | PET-CT | March 06, 2019 Siemens Healthineers Announces First U.S. Install of Biograph Vision PET/CT March 5, 2019 — Siemens Healthineers’ new Biograph Vision… read more Nuclear myocardial perfusion scan performed on a Biograph Vision positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET-CT) system from Siemens Healthineers. The image shows good clarity with delineation of the left ventricular edge and papillary muscles without cardiac gating. Blog | Nuclear Imaging | April 12, 2019 First Image of a Black Hole Shows Signs of Myocardial Ischemia This week, cardiologists learned for the first time they have been examining black holes for decades and did not… read more Feature | Nuclear Imaging | September 19, 2017 | Dave Fornell Recent Advances in Cardiac Nuclear Imaging Technology Cardiac nuclear myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI) has been a mature area of imaging for years, but has recently… read more News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | June 05, 2019 BGN Technologies Introduces Novel Medical Imaging Radioisotope Production Method June 5, 2019 – BGN Technologies, the technology transfer company of Ben-Gurion University (BGU), introduced a novel… read more Nuclear Imaging Moves Toward Digital Detector Technology Nuclear imaging technology for both single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and … FDA Clears Siemens Biograph Vision PET/CT System June 5, 2018 — The U.S. 1234PreviousNext A myocardial perfusion exam performed on the Siemens Biograph Vision PET-CT system. Technology | PET-CT | June 05, 2018 FDA Clears Siemens Biograph Vision PET/CT System June 5, 2018 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Biograph Vision, a new … read more Feature | Nuclear Imaging | June 15, 2018 | Dave Fornell, Editor Nuclear Imaging Moves Toward Digital Detector Technology Nuclear imaging technology for both … read more 12345678next › News | PET-CT | July 25, 2017 New PET-CT Scan Improves Detection in Rare Cardiac Condition July 25, 2017 — Using a new nuclear… read more Technology | PET-CT | June 21, 2018 FDA Clears New Imaging Functionalities for Biograph mCT PET/CT Systems June 21, 2018 — Siemens Healthineers will announce U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance of four new… read more First Image of a Black Hole Shows Signs of Myocardial Ischemia This week, cardiologists learned for the first time they have been examining black holes for decades and did not know it. A display of CZT SPECT gamma camera detectors at RSNA 2016. These detectors are more sensitive than those used in older cameras, allowing for faster scans or lower radiation dose.  Technology | PET-CT | September 26, 2018 Bruker Introduces New High-Performance Preclinical PET/CT Si78 System September 26, 2018 — Bruker recently announced the introduction of the new preclinical… read more Videos | Nuclear Imaging | August 24, 2017 VIDEO: PET vs. SPECT in Nuclear Cardiology and Recent Advances in Technology Prem Soman, M.D., director of nuclear cardiology at the Heart and Vascular Institute, University of Pittsburgh, and… read more A comparison of the first-ever image of a black hole released this week by the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration et al. and a cardiac nuclear imaging exam. Left is the black hole, and right is a similar nuclear imaging exam of the heart showing a similar ischemic perfusion defect to the black hole.   News | Teleradiology | November 26, 2018 Siemens Healthineers Showcases syngo Virtual Cockpit for More Flexible Workforce Management November 25, 2018 — During the 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North… read more VIDEO: Utilization of PET For Evaluation of Cardiac Sarcoidosis Raza Alvi, M.D., a research fellow in radiology at… last_img read more

first_imgWhenever the Federal Reserve does startraising interest rates – whether this week, as seems likely, or next year – the biggest question will be whether the Fed eventually ends up back where it started – at zero.That, after all, is what has happened to every other country that has tried to “lift off” from what economists call “the zero lower bound.” The simple story is that central bankers, who pride themselves on choosing the hard right over the easy inflationary wrong, tend to look for any excuse to end zero interest rates, even if they have to invent one. But raising rates before the economy is ready means you will have to cut them back down to zero in rather short order – which has been the case in Europe, Japan, Sweden and Israel. And it might happen here, considering the Fed looks like it’s going to start increasing interest rates even though inflation is far below its 2 percent target and isn’t really rising.But even if it doesn’t, the Fed still might find itself back at zero in just a few years. That’s because the central bank thinks the aftereffects of the financial crisis have made the economy susceptible to slowing down at interest rates above 2 percent, instead of the previous 4 percent. And since the Fed usually needs to cut rates by four or five percentage points to fight a recession, simple math tells us there’s a good chance interest rates will end up at zero whenever that is. If it does, the Fed will have to rethink how it does things.It’s harder for the Fed to do its job when interest rates are zero. Sure, it can buy bonds with newly printed money, promise not to raise rates for a long time, or even, as other countries have shown, cut rates ever so slightly into negative territory. But none of those work as well as a regular old rate cut. That’s why a central bank that’s been forced to reduce rates down to zero is one that probably has more unemployment and less inflation than it wants. That bank has used up its best tool for getting the economy moving again, leaving it no choice but to turn to less effective options. So a future where zero interest rates are a recurring phenomenon would be one where both recessions and recoveries are nasty, brutish, and take too long.The Fed thinks it can avoid this fate, and maybe it can. It has done a better job than almost every other central bank since the crisis hit. But that’s the point. If even the Fed can’t lift off without crashing back down to zero, the bank needs more than better policy – it needs a better target. Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren, for one, thinks the Fed would have to seriously consider increasing its inflation target if it returns to the lower zero bound next recession. That would require higher interest rates to keep higher inflation in check, which, in turn, would give the bank the room it needs to later cut rates without getting too close to zero.There’s some question whether the Fed could just create as much inflation as it wants, but Japan, at least, shows that a determined central bank can indeed push it up, albeit at a plodding pace.In other words, this might be the Fed’s only chance of returning to normalcy. Maybe it can get us back to the economic nirvana of good growth, shallow slumps, and 2 percent inflation. But maybe not. It is possible that the financial crisis has changed things forever. The Fed might find out that it has to choose between longer recessions and higher inflation. That, then, is what’s really at stake when the central bank starts increasing interest rates in the near future. Is this the beginning of the end of the crisis era or the end of the end of the pre-crisis one?It depends on whether we ever hear the words “zero interest rates” again.© 2015, The Washington Post Facebook Comments Related posts:US Fed officials emphasize gradual tightening US economy revives in 2nd quarter Costa Rica’s fiscal deficit to reach 6.9 percent of GDP in 2016 Economists close in on spotting future recessionslast_img read more

first_img Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments   Share   Speaking to reporters after a weekly Cabinet meeting Wednesday, French government spokeswoman Najat Vallaud-Belkacem said she didn’t have precise information about the alleged attack, “but I don’t believe we have any particular worries” that the United States might have been behind any such hacking.Asked whether the government had taken any steps to boost its cyber-defenses, she replied: “To my knowledge, this was all repaired very quickly. There was no difficulty.”A spokeswoman for France’s National Agency for the Security of Information Systems, or ANSSI, which was created under Sarkozy and is in charge of helping France defend against cyberattacks, declined to comment.The report said the intruders combed through the computers of Sarkozy’s closest advisers _ including that of his chief-of-staff, Xavier Musca _ pilfering secret notes and “strategic plans” off hard drives, without elaborating.___Sylvie Corbet in Paris and Raphael Satter in London contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Check your body, save your life Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project “We categorically refute the allegations of unidentified sources, which appeared in an article in L’Express, by which the United States government would have participated in a cyber-attack against the French government,” said the embassy statement, which was written in French.The U.S. Embassy said France was “one of the best allies of the United States” and pointed to remarkable bilateral cooperation between the countries on issues like intelligence, security and cyber-defense.The alleged hacking took place in May, just days before the conservative Sarkozy _ whose affinity for the United States once garnered him the nickname “Sarko the American” in France _ lost his re-election bid to Socialist Francois Hollande.Alluding to a possible motive, L’Express quoted an anonymous source close to the case who said a country could still want to make sure of the “unswerving support” of an ally “especially during a political transition.”Despite efforts to cloak the intrusion, the malicious code left a trail, L’Express reported. The magazine said several unidentified sources with knowledge of the case pointed to “France’s oldest ally: The United States” as the culprit.center_img Sponsored Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Associated PressPARIS (AP) – The U.S. Embassy in Paris on Wednesday “categorically” denied claims in a French magazine report that the U.S. government was behind a hacking attack against computers in the French president’s palace earlier this year.The French government also played down the report in L’Express magazine. Many countries _ including France and the United States _ see cyber-attacks as a major threat in the 21st century, and have sought to boost their defenses against intrusions into their computer systems. An array of reported hacking attacks recently in places like Iran and Saudi Arabia have highlighted the menace. According to L’Express, hackers masquerading as Facebook friends of presidential palace employees duped them into giving up internal passcodes, then used them to spread a computer worm on Elysee Palace computers in May, including one used by then-President Nicolas Sarkozy’s chief-of-staff.In a statement Wednesday, the U.S. Embassy said the report was not based on facts and pointed to the article’s own language that said the magazine’s unidentified sources suspected the U.S. role in part because of “a bundle of presumptions.”While the U.S. and France are known to share intelligence, notably in their joint efforts to fight terrorism, it’s not uncommon for governments to try to keep tabs on their allies’ internal discussions.The report said French experts narrowed down the list of possible attackers based on the technical complexity of the intrusion, and said it bore some hallmarks of Flame _ a cutting-edge computer worm discovered earlier this year that has been linked to a secretive cyber-warfare campaign aimed at Iran. Russian anti-virus firm Kaspersky said the program had a full suite of espionage technologies, including the capability to turn computer microphones into listening devices and wirelessly siphon data from nearby smartphones. Top Stories Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to helplast_img read more

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to side and mumbling according to Tulsa World editor Ziva Branstetter who observed the execution The question of just what went wrong in Lockett’s execution the latest in a series of recent state-sanctioned killings that have not gone as planned has fueled a renewed debate over the use of lethal injection in the United States On Wednesday the White House implied that Lockett’s protracted death may have violated the ban on cruel and unusual punishment established in the Eight Amendment of the US Constitution “We have a fundamental standard in this country that even when the death penalty is justified it must be carried out humanely” said Jay Carney President Obama’s press secretary “And I think everyone would recognize that this case fell short of that standard” (Read More: America’s Long and Grisly Search for the Perfect Way to Kill) Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin on Wednesday announced an investigation into what went wrong as well as a 14-day stay of another execution that had been 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since January when Lockett and another death row inmate Charles Warner sued the state over a law that shields the source of drugs used in lethal injections (Read More: Every Execution in US History in a Single Chart) Numerous states have passed similar laws as a way to protect drug suppliers from boycotts and other political backlash As commercial pharmaceutical companies increasingly refuse to allow their products to be used in executions states have turned to compounding pharmacies for their supply These pharmacies which mix drugs to order are not regulated by the federal government A 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people was linked to a contaminated supply from one compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts Capital punishment opponents have challenged these secrecy laws on the grounds that sub-standard drugs from anonymous suppliers are more likely to lead to botched executions Courts have rejected their arguments in many states It surely doesn’t help their cause that many of the condemned have been convicted of horrific crimes Lockett was sentenced to death for kidnapping and assaulting a 19-year-old woman and ordering an accomplice to bury her alive while Warner was convicted of raping and murdering an 11-month-old After a messy months-long legal fight that included a standoff between Fallin and the Oklahoma Supreme Court the state’s secrecy law was ruled constitutional and Lockett and Warners execution dates were officially set for Tuesday Locketts lawyers hadnt seen their client all day until they were seated in the execution chambers viewing room and prison officials lifted the curtain There on the other side of the glass Lockett was strapped down on a gurney covered in a sheet and surrounded by the warden a physician and prison guards They asked Lockett if he had any final words He said no and the warden signaled for the execution to begin Sanderford says that Lockett became visibly drowsy and that his eyes glazed over It appeared that midazolam a sedative meant to put Lockett to sleep was beginning to take effect The doctor came over to see whether Lockett was still conscious He said he was so they waited a few more minutes "At that point the warden says in this formal tone Mr Lockett is now unconscious" Sanderford says "I took that as a cue to the executioners to start with the second and third drug" A couple more minutes passed and thats when things started going horribly wrong "It was almost subtle at first" Sanderford says "He started writhing and twitching and then the writhing and twitching just got stronger and more violent It looked like he was trying to lift his whole upper body off the table as if he was trying to sit up He was mumbling things that were clearly words but I couldnt understand His eyes opened at one point It was the most gruesome spectacle Ive ever seen in my life" A few minutes into Lockett’s jostling the warden had the curtain lowered in the viewing room and the audio feed from the chamber cut 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