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JK police ask people to report rumour mongering

first_imgJammu: Jammu and Kashmir Police has appealed to the people to inform the police control room (PCR) regarding any person spreading rumours or malicious content, officials said on Tuesday.The police requested the citizens to share information regarding such people by contacting PCR Jammu telephone number 0191-2542001, 2542000, 2560401, 2544581 and helpline numbers 2560244 and 100. The citizens may otherwise contact the nearby police station or police post where the personnel have been instructed to act promptly without any delay against such elements, they said. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsA case has been registered in the Akhnoor Police station, and the rumour monger has been arrested, they said. Similarly, a case has been registered at Rajouri against two persons for spreading a malicious message on Facebook. A 40-year-old man was arrested on Monday for allegedly spreading rumours that created panic among people here, a senior police officer had said. He was arrested based on an investigation into the widespread rumours in the city on Sunday which led to “panic buying and heavy rush outside fuel stations”, Senior Superintendent of Police of Jammu Tejinder Singh told reporters here. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from ThursdayLow-speed Internet services in Jammu region, which were made operational on Saturday, were snapped again on Sunday after it was found that rumours were being circulated. Meanwhile, leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad, was stopped at Jammu Airport on Tuesday afternoon and sent back to Delhi. “Ghulam Nabi Azad left for Jammu today at 1.30 pm by flight No. UK – 812 Vistara Airlines. After deboarding at Jammu airport, Ghulam Nabi Azad was detained at the behest of the current administration from 2.55 pm. Now he’s been sent back to Delhi from there. He was not allowed to go home or attend the meeting at Jammu Pradesh Congress Committee Headquarters either,” an aide of the Congress leader said. Upping the ante against the Central government over the abrogation of Article 370, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) on Monday announced that it would hold a protest in Delhi on August 22 against the government’s decision. The DMK said that the rally would be held at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar.last_img read more

Cancer communication

A cancer diagnosis instantly sends a person into a new realm of health care and specialists, but when the surgery and the treatment and the follow-ups come to an end, how does a cancer survivor transition back to the family physician?That is the focus of a study now underway in Hamilton. Funded by the Canadian partnership against cancer, the $825 million grant will allow researchers to study and design a plan to better link general practitioners with cancer centre experts.The study has a three-year time frame. It will conclude with a workable integration plan to be adopted nationwide. read more

Dubais Emirates Turkish Airlines off US laptop ban list

Passengers check into a flight at Abu Dhabi International Airport in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Travelers bound for the U.S. now enjoy something many others flying out of the Middle East can’t _ walking onto an airplane with their laptop. But what has changed in Abu Dhabi remains unclear as the laptop ban still affects nine other regional airports, including the world’s busiest for international travel in nearby Dubai. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell) by Jon Gambrell, The Associated Press Posted Jul 5, 2017 6:18 am MDT Last Updated Jul 5, 2017 at 11:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Emirates and Turkish Airways said on Wednesday they have also been exempted from a U.S. ban on laptops in airplane cabins, joining Etihad in satisfying American security concerns that had cut into the long-haul carriers’ business.It remains unclear how the airlines addressed fears that the Islamic State or other militant groups might smuggle explosives in electronic devices. But in Turkey, authorities now use CT scanners to take cross-section images of passengers’ electronics just before they board airplanes heading to the U.S.Both airlines alerted the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees airplane safety in the United States, that “they are ready to comply with the enhanced security measures,” said David Lapan, a Homeland Security spokesman in Washington. He declined to discuss specifics.“Protecting the American people and raising the global baseline on aviation security remains the top priority,” Lapan said. “We will continue to closely observe operations in these airports to ensure these enhanced measures are implemented effectively and to the required levels.”Emirates’ hub at Dubai International Airport has grown into the world’s busiest for international traffic, in large part thanks to Emirates’ expansion.On Wednesday, Emirates said in a statement that it had worked to “implement heightened security measures and protocols” to satisfy American requirements. It did not elaborate, following a similar precedent set by Abu Dhabi-based Etihad, which American officials cleared on Sunday.“We would like to express our gratitude to the U.S. and local authorities for their support and thank our customers for their understanding and patience during the last few months when the ban was in place,” Emirates said.In Istanbul, Turkish Airlines tweeted that passengers aboard its U.S.-bound flights should “fasten your seatbelts and enjoy your own electronic devices.” A statement from the airline said it had taken over 81,000 electronic devices away from passengers to store them in specially protected baggage during the 102 days the ban was in place.The U.S. laptop ban, first announced in March as a security measure, now applies to nonstop U.S.-bound flights from seven international airports in Amman, Jordan; Kuwait City; Cairo; Jeddah and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Casablanca, Morocco; and Doha, Qatar.In May, U.S. President Donald Trump shared highly classified intelligence with senior Russian officials visiting the White House about the Islamic State group wanting to use laptops to target aircraft.Qatar Airways, the last of the three major Gulf long-haul carriers on the list, declined to answer questions Wednesday about the ban. That airline already has been blocked from much of its neighbours’ airspace over an ongoing dispute with four Arab nations.Speaking in London, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said that American TSA officials were “already in Doha.”“I think they arrived yesterday,” Sheikh Mohammed told a crowd at Chatham House. “This is an ongoing process and I think irrelevant to the entire” political crisis.Saudi Arabian Airlines has said it hopes to be off the ban list “on or before July 19.”Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Veysi Kaynak welcomed the lifting of the ban at Istanbul’s airport, saying the restrictions had targeted Muslim nations and amounted to a discrimination against them as potential “criminals.”“The countries that were subjected to the ban were generally Muslim countries,” Kaynak told The Associated Press. “It is a grave error to regard the people of a certain faith collectively as people with the potential to commit crimes.”Kaynak said that along with the CT scanners, the Istanbul airport is now restricting U.S.-bound flights to two departure gates, apparently for better security.There is a precedent for concern over laptops being used as bombs. Somalia’s al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab said it planted a bomb inside a laptop-like device that exploded on a plane leaving Mogadishu in February 2016, killing only the bomber.However, the security concerns also come amid a wider dispute between Gulf airlines and American carriers, which accuse the Middle East airlines of flooding the market with flights while receiving billions of dollars of unfair government subsidies. The Gulf carriers all vigorously deny that.The laptop ban, coupled with the Trump administration’s travel ban on six predominantly Muslim countries, has hurt Middle Eastern airlines. Emirates, the region’s biggest, said it slashed 20 per cent of its flights to America in the wake of the restrictions. The airline said Wednesday it now flies 103 flights a week to the U.S.___Associated Press writer Suzan Fraser in Ankara, Turkey, contributed to this report.___Follow Jon Gambrell on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jongambrellAP . His work can be found at http://apne.ws/2galNpz . Dubai’s Emirates, Turkish Airlines off US laptop ban list read more

Ohio State womens basketball trounces Nebraska earns 3seed for Big Ten tournament

The Ohio State women’s basketball team won 10 of its final 12 regular season games, securing the No. 3 seed in the Big Ten Tournament.OSU (21-9, 13-5) capped that run with a 78-60 win against Nebraska (20-9, 10-8) on Sunday in Lincoln, Neb.Freshman guard Kelsey Mitchell led the Buckeyes with 28 points in the contest to go along with a career-high 10 rebounds.However, the real star of the show could have been sophomore forward Shayla Cooper.Coming off the bench, the 6-foot-2-inch transfer from Georgetown scored 13 points and grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds.The Buckeyes blew the game open with a 15-0 run to close the first half, capitalizing on nine Nebraska turnovers. However, in front of a crowd of 8,418, Nebraska refused to go down easy.The Cornhuskers kept up with the Buckeyes during the beginning of the second half before a lay-in by Mitchell settled the crowd by sparking a 9-0 run that put the Cornhuskers away for good.Mitchell has moved into third place on the OSU single-season scoring list with 736 points so far this season and has helped the Buckeyes gain momentum on a four-game win streak to close the regular season. Heading into the matchup, Mitchell was second in the nation with 24.4 points per game this year.Junior guard Ameryst Alston said before the Buckeyes took on Iowa last week that it was a goal for the team to have a high seed in the Big Ten Tournament so they could sit out the first two rounds.The Buckeyes have achieved that goal with their third seed and will have the chance to watch any possible opponent play before they take the court on Friday.The Big Ten Tournament is scheduled to take place in Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, Ill., from Wednesday through Sunday. read more

Squid and chips to replace cod and chips on dinner tables because

first_imgThe standard offerings at the fish and chip shop could changeCredit:Getty  As a phrase, “squid and chips” does not exactly roll of the tongue, but as a dish it is something British diners may soon have to get used to.Government scientists have predicted that the traditional national favourite of fish and chips will soon take on a distinctly Mediterranean flavour.With warming sea temperatures hampering already badly damaged cod and haddock populations, fishermen will increasingly have to chase the once abundant white fish into colder, more northerly waters. “I would anticipate that currently small-scale fisheries targeting warm-water species such as squid, sardine and anchovy will continue to expand,” said Dr Pinnegar.“They will probably represent a greater share of UK fisheries catches in 10 years’ time.”The research will be presented today at the British Ecological Society annual meeting in Liverpool. Squid We may need to replace cod and other old favourites with warm-water species such as squid, mackerel, sardine and red mulletDr Pinnegar 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.center_img Meanwhile, squid is being spotted in more and more UK fishing areas, according to new research.“UK consumers enjoy eating quite a limited range of seafood, but in the long-term we will need to adapt our diets,” said Dr John Pinnegar, of the Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas).“In 2025 and beyond, we may need to replace cod and other old favourites with warm-water species such as squid, mackerel, sardine and red mullet.” Summer squid fisheries are expanding rapidly in areas such as the Moray Firth, as efforts to reduce over-fishing have prevented vessels from pursuing more traditional species such as haddock and cod.Data show that squid numbers have increased dramatically over the past 35 years.In 1984, Cefas found squid at only 20% of its 76 survey stations in the North Sea, compared with 60% in 2014. Fish and chip shop Squid could become a more common sight on British dinner tablesCredit:Andrew Crowley last_img read more

Detecting leaks in holding ponds and tailings dams

first_imgSouth Australian company Zonge Engineering created Liquid Integrity Systems after it was asked by a coal seam gas supplier in Queensland to develop something to help it meet its EPA guidelines.Its wireless solar-powered electronic leak detection system features electrodes that sit on or below the pond liner. An electrical current runs through the electrodes once a day to detect leaks.Changes in the current are mapped to pinpoint leaks, which can be detected down to breaches as small as 1 mm.The stand-alone cyclone-proof control box on the side of the pond sends the daily results remotely to a smart phone, tablet or a computer.The device also measures pond telemetry including temperature, depth and salinity. Systems can be installed at the time of pond construction or retrofitted to an existing pond.“Most current systems don’t have anything like that, they have bores around the edges that might be checked every so often,” Zonge Engineering Managing Director Kelly Keates said. “But the issue with that is it’s not giving immediate results and also not finding out what potentially is leaking straight down. Our system will reduce potential pollution to the surrounding environment with instant detection so pond owners can act immediately.“Our vision is to change the reliability and community trust of liquid waste facilities and create a new way to improve environmental compliance and best practice for the future.”Preventing liquid wastes contaminated during the mining process from polluting the surrounding area are among the greatest environmental concerns facing the industry.Adelaide-based Liquid Integrity Systems has so far installed four systems in coal seam gas ponds in Queensland but is also building demonstration models for use in gold and copper mines in Western Australia.The technology is applicable to any new or existing lined liquid or solid waste facility including tailings dams.“It’s a unique system that can help protect the environment and is more cost effective than the current systems,” Keates said.“The cost on a big pond is about A$2.50/m2 whereas a double-lined system is about A$20/m2 so it’s much more cost effective.”last_img read more

Marks out of 10 How Irelands players rated against Scotland

first_imgConor Murray – 6Had more responsibility with two debutants out side him and rose to the challenge, sniping early on. Option-taking in attacking zone was slow at times and cost Ireland in first half.Tom Court -5Made his presence felt in the ruck, but mixed fortune for the Irish scrum lack of mobility took him out of action after 50 minutes.Rory Best -5Amid all the concern over the other Ulster players, Best’s first-half  display stunted Ireland’s attack badly. Yet he was effective in the loose, and when the line-out did function it was Ireland’s best weapon for a second week in a row.Mike Ross – 6Irreplaceable in the scrum, but could not crack the Scottish pack’s effort.Donncha O’Callaghan – 4Up against a superior set of locks and made little inroads in redressing the balance.Donnacha Ryan – 5Showed good industry throughout, particularly in defensive maul, but as with O’Callaghan, the gulf in physicality ultimately told.Peter O’Mahony – 5His athleticism all over the park gave Ireland small victories all over the park, but could not match the work completed by his fellow back-rowers.Sean O’Brien – 6Unfortunate to slip after the break to set up Gilroy’s score. Another huge day in terms of carrying. An unquantifiable physical presence in Ireland’s back row. Jamie Heaslip  – 6Got through another impressive tally of carries in the loose, and cleared rucks with efficiency.Replacements:Dave Kilcoyne (Replaced Court after 53 minutes) – 3Unable to improve the scrum or take Ireland over the gain-line. Not a cameo to convince the coach he should be ahead of Court.Eoin Reddan (Replaced Murray after 69 minutes) – 3Posed with the difficult task of rescuing game, but by that stage Scottish had taken upper hand of breakdown and gave him no quick ball to thrive off.Ronan O’Gara (Replaced Jackson on 64 minutes) – 2Began his day bullishly confident, then took to madness with a chip into Tim Visser’s path. With Ireland handed a lifeline at the death, his pass to Marshall was woefully off target.Luke Fitzgerald – (Replaced Gilroy on 60 minutes) – 3One contribution of note was chasing onto O’Gara chip. Probably should have kicked on rather than try to gather with two tacklers waiting.Declan Fitzpatrick, Devin Toner,  Iain Henderson – not on long enough to rate. Paddy Jackson – 5Found no form in place-kicking and passing up early opportunities was even more concerning. But with ball in hand, he created enough opportunities to take some positives, recovering from early knock-on to push the very next Ireland attack and putting his colleague Marshall in for two big breaks.Ultimately, profligacy in front of goal gave Declan Kidney no choice but to revert to Ronan O’Gara and the missed kicks gave Scotland a route back into the game.center_img Rob Kearney  – 5Took to the field with a point to prove against his in-form lions rival, but could not find the form that lit up last year’s tournament. A shadow of the player, unable to his will behind aCraig Gilroy – 5Limited opportunity to make hay when it’s Tim Visser covering outside, but constant footwork makes him an extremely difficult man to tackle and he found space to score crucial try.Brian O’Driscoll – 6No line breaks, but ran a support line that could have yielded a try. Passed well and marshaled a defence without much fuss, looked like he missed the leadership duty as he deferred decisions at the end.Luke Marshall – 6Two massive breaks in the first 10 minutes to settle the nerves. Just a shame the pass right to Gilroy was wayward. Quiet in the second half and will feel guilty for the final knock-on, but the passing error was not his.Keith Earls – 5Two try opportunities in first quarter and got an earful from O’Driscoll for not passing on second one. Played the full 80 when the opposite wing looked more incisive.last_img read more

Commission recommends that talks start on Serbian entry to EU

first_imgTHE EUROPEAN COMMISSION has recommended opening negotiations on Serbia’s entry into the EU after Belgrade struck a deal to normalise ties with breakaway Kosovo, aiming to turn the page on the last simmering troublespot in the Balkans.Serbia hopes to be given a date to kick off long-awaited EU accession talks at a summit in June after clinching the deal with its former province of Kosovo last week, the last major hurdle in its efforts to move closer to the 27-nation bloc.Noting the agreement between Serbia and Kosovo in a report to be handed to EU ministers, the Commission said it “recommends that negotiations for accession to the European Union should be opened with Serbia”.It also recommended the launch of negotiations with Kosovo to sign a Stabilisation and Association Agreement that would bring Pristina closer to the bloc, even though five EU nations still do not recognise it as an independent entity.“Kosovo has taken very significant steps towards visible and sustainable improvement in relations with Serbia,” the report said.Slovenia is currently the lone member of the former Yugoslavia to have entered the bloc, although Croatia is set to become the 28th EU state in July.The greenlight from Brussels came as Serbia’s government approved the deal brokered by EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton to normalise ties with Kosovo 14 years after the end of hostilities.“The rubicon has been passed,” Sweden’s Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, a key player in EU-Balkans relations, said in Luxembourg. “I think it is a very big achievement,” he said, adding however that “implementation will be extremely difficult”.The Serbian parliament is also expected to approve the deal later this week as the ruling coalition has a comfortable majority in the assembly.Recognising KosovoIn Pristina, Kosovo’s parliament too rubber-stamped the 15-point accord aimed at settling the fate of some 40,000 ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo who refuse to recognise Pristina’s authority.But the deal has angered Kosovo Serbs in the north who have called a protest rally in the main northern town of Kosovska Mitrovica later today.Kosovo prime minister Hashim Thaci on Saturday called on Kosovo Serbs “not to fear the accord,” pledging new opportunities for investment, development and employment.The text of the accord has yet to be made public by the EU, but according to local media in Serbia and Kosovo, the Kosovo Serbs will have their own police and justice representatives, working under Pristina’s authority, in the areas where they make up a majority of the population.Almost 100 countries – including the United States and 22 of the 27 EU countries – have recognised Kosovo which unilaterally declared independence in 2008.Friday’s breakthrough deal, brokered after two years of efforts and many hiccups, was initialled by Thaci and Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic.It won immediate praise from around the world. “What we are seeing is a step away from the past and, for both of them, a step closer to Europe,” said Ashton.US Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed it and called on both sides to “implement expeditiously and fully all dialogue agreements.”UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he wanted to “congratulate and commend” both sides for their “steadfast determination” and hoped the deal would “bring about a brighter future and lasting stability to the region.”The two premiers met in Brussels on Friday with NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who said the alliance stood ready to help implement the accord.NATO launched a bombing campaign against late Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic’s forces to end the 1989-1990 conflict in Kosovo, and then set up the KFOR force, now reduced to some 5,000 troops, to ensure security.- © AFP 2013Previously: Serbia rejects EU proposal to ease tensions with breakaway Kosovolast_img read more

The 9 at 9 Thursday

first_img Image: Shutterstock/Oksana Mizina 11,756 Views By Órla Ryan http://jrnl.ie/3205842 Thursday 26 Jan 2017, 8:50 AM The 9 at 9: Thursday Here’s everything you need to know as you kick off your day. Share Tweet Email Short URL Image: Shutterstock/Oksana Mizina Jan 26th 2017, 8:50 AM EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you start your day.1. #EXPLOITATION: The exploitation of workers in the hospitality sector is spiraling out of control, according to former employees who have now launched a campaign to protect workers.2. #HOUSING: The majority of properties available to rent are priced beyond the reach of people dependent on state housing benefits, a study by the Simon Communities has found.3. #TRUMP: Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has told US President Donald Trump his country won’t pay for a wall along the US-Mexican border.4. #WEATHER: Wind warnings are in place for 14 counties, with gusts of up to 110km per hour expected. Rain warnings are also in place for Cork and Kerry.4. #FGM: The lack of training of Irish doctors and nurses about female genital mutilation means thousands of women affected by the practice aren’t getting the optimum care they need.5. ULSTER BANK: A group representing around 60 Irish businesses will be appearing before the finance committee today demanding compensation from Ulster Bank for how the bank handled their loans during the recession.6. #FILM: The company trying to build a ‘world-class’ film studio on Dublin Bay is pushing ahead with the development despite the project being left out of key long-term plans for the area.7. #MISSING: Police in Northern Ireland have made a renewed appeal for information about the whereabouts of Gerard Conway on the 10th anniversary of his disappearance.8. #RESEARCH: Scientists at Trinity College Dublin have discovered a biological molecule important in cell growth is also critical in protecting us against infection – so much so that we would be unable to fight the common flu virus without it.9. #TELEVISION: Mrs Brown’s Boys and Graham Norton were among the winners at the UK’s National Television Awards. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 1 Comment last_img read more

Moins de 10 de foyers abonnés à la fibre en France

first_imgMoins de 10% de foyers abonnés à la fibre en FranceUne étude de l’Idate commandé par le Centre d’analyse stratégique montre qu’à peine plus de 500.000 foyers français étaient abonnés à une offre très haut débit. L’étude commandée par le Centre d’analyse stratégique à l’Idate sur le déploiement des réseaux de fibre optique sur le territoire français est sans appel. Si la France comptait à l’été 2011 5,78 millions de foyers raccordables, elle comptait seulement 556.000 abonnés au très haut débit, explique Le Journal du Net. Soit un taux de couverture de 21% et un taux de pénétration de moins de 10%. Une donnée expliquée par le fait que très souvent, la fibre s’arrête au pied des immeubles (FTTB) et est proposée par Numericable, le câblo-opérateur représentant 72% des abonnés et 78% des foyers raccordables. Il reste donc du travail pour les autres FAI. Autre tendance soulignée, la très grande concentration de la fibre à Paris et dans les grandes agglomérations. Seuls quelques villes moyennes, telles que Pau ou Gonfreville s’étant rapidement impliquées dans le déploiement de la fibre.Le 2 avril 2012 à 10:30 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Assault leaves man partially paralyzed

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, August 21, 2017 – Providenciales – Officers of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force are investigating the report of an incident that left a 59-year-old male of South CAICOS partially paralyzed.Around 1:59 AM on Sunday 20th August 2017, officers responded to the Jimbalaya Bar located on Butterfield Drive where the complainant was met and told officers that a male came into the bar and started to cause a disturbance. At the time of police arrival, the suspect had already left. The victim requested police assistance to warn the male from coming to his bar.The male returned to the bar around 2:18 AM and began beating the victim about his face and body causing injuries. The male was later arrested on suspicion of Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm.The injured man was taken to the Cheshire Hall Medical Centre and was later flown off to Jamaica for further medical assistance.Anyone who was present at the bar when this incident occurred, the police would like to hear from you. Please contact Chalk Sound Police Station at 338-5901 and Crimestoppers 1-800-8477.Press Release: RTCIPFlast_img read more

Gov Walker signs bill to help villages run background checks on police

first_imgGov. Walker signed Senate Bill 148 on June 22, 2018. The bill will help villages to run background checks on future police officers, but it is voluntary for village police officers. (Photo courtesy of Yuut Elitnaurviat)Governor Bill Walker visited Bethel last week to sign Senate Bill 148 into law. The bill allows the Alaska Police Standards Council to work with villages to conduct background checks for future police officers. But for tribal police officers, it will be voluntary.Listen nowWalker’s administration sent a delegation to Marshall two weeks ago to address an ongoing public safety crisis. Marshall’s tribal council had issued a request for an emergency declaration last spring. The community has been without a police force for the better part of two decades and opioid and alcohol epidemics are wearing the town down.“We looked at ways we could sort of help them transition to have some in that village for public safety,” Walker said.Marshall’s tribal administrator, Nick Andrew Jr., previously told KYUK that the delegation didn’t make any promises. But during his Bethel trip, Walker said that he is committed to finding a solution and that this bill could be part of it. Gov. Walker says that the bill will make sure that village communities and tribes have the tools available to run background checks on potential officers.“So that has not been available to the rural areas,” Walker said. “As they bring someone into the system, [this] is going to allow them to the background checks as they do in the bigger cities.”But the new law doesn’t require compliance from tribal police officers. However, Walker hopes it will help with the issues from village police officers, who have made headlines in a recent investigative reporting series in the Anchorage Daily News, which highlighted the lack of vetting for these officers.In some cases, VPO’s were found have had prior charges and convictions and ended up abusing their positions.Public funding, or rather the lack thereof, also came up. Walker says that he wants more funding for public safety, but that recent budget cuts are making that hard to do.“Well, we certainly apply for every federal funding dollar we can, there’s no question about that,” Walker said. “We have done all the cutting, and I think we’re seeing a significant impact in public safety.”Walker says that should his administration return to office next year, it would try to increase public safety funding in the next budget proposal.A previous version of this story said iS.B. 148 does not apply to village police officers. That is incorrect. It applies to VPOs, but not tribal police officers.last_img read more

Physician arrested for raping teenage girl

first_imgProthom Alo illustrationA physician has been arrested for reportedly raping a teenage girl after promising to give her a nursing job in Narsingdi, reports UNB.The arrested person is Arshaf Uddin Julfikar, 50, son of Sirajul Islam of Hotapra in Gazipur Sadar upazila.A resident medical officer of Sonia Knitwear at Shilamandi in Narsingdi town, he used to do private practice at Newlife Hospital in Gafargaon of Mymensingh.Sadar Model police station officer-in-charge Saiduzzaman said the girl got acquainted with the physician at the private hospital.The physician promised to give the girl nursing job at a private hospital on completion of a course, he said.In the name of enrolling her into the nursing course, he took the girl to his rented house at Shilamandi where he first raped her on 4 May. Ashraf also violated the girl for several more times and threatened to kill her if she disclosed the matter.On information by locals, police rescued the girl on Friday and arrested Arshaf. The girl was sent to Narsigndi Sadar Hospital on Saturday morning for medical test, the OC said.Meanwhile, victim’s mother filed a case with the police station on Friday night.last_img read more

Bangladeshi killed in Saudi road accident

first_imgRoad AccidentA Bangladeshi man has been killed in a road accident in Riyadh of Saudi Arabia.The deceased was identified as Syed Md Nazrul Islam, 40, son of late Nurul Alam of Saroatali in Boalkhali upazila. Victim’s cousin Abul Hasnat Titu on Monday night said Nazrul was going to his workplace by a motorcycle when a vehicle coming from the opposite direction crashed into it around 11:00pm on Saturday, leaving him dead on the spot.Nazrul had been working in a shop in Riyadh since 1998, he said.last_img read more

Laugh your heart out

first_imgKick languor out of your sweltering summery Sundays. Giggles, laughter and a lot of madness await you as the Sunday evening brings in a deluge of hilarious acts, that too by Delhi’s best comedians. Doubly whammy! We got pally with the host and stand up comic, Nishant ‘Joke’ Singh to get you a sneak peak.Being the funny guy everywhere can  pose as a challenge one day. So goes the story of Nishant aka Nishant ‘Joke’ Singh. He is not Singh and Joke, well who ever had that surname? But that’s another story. Back in 2009, when Russell Peters, the Canadian actor-comedian toured India, our Joke Singh didn’t even know who Peters was, till a girl in his media company poked him to become one. That was enough for him to give up on his job to live out as a full-time stand-up comic! Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The funny guy in him didn’t take too long to realise that it was his calling. By the end of 2009, when   Open Mic, a live show where professional stand up comics perform and the newbies are entertained every now and then, our Joke Singh forayed into the spotlight for the first time. ‘ Out of 25 jokes, 5 really worked out that day,’ he says with a whiff of mischief, adding that even now before getting onto the stage, he doesn’t like talking to anybody for the last ten-fifteen minutes. Well, all that anxiety melts out into a relaxed and rejuvenating evening for his audience as he delivers in his quirky interactive style. ‘I like to keep my audience upbeat and involve them in my acts. At times, it backfires. But that’s a part of show life,’ says the comedian. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixHe is one of the prominent face amidst Delhi stand up comedy circles. Is performing live with competing comics, daunting? The perky comic got back saying, ‘Every stand up comedian in Delhi has his own flavour to his style of comedy.’ While he digs up fun with his lively and interactive acts, his peers bring up their style with Punjabi humor, jokes on marriages, satire and a myriad other subjects. Comedy Central, the international channel for stand up comedy went on air in India more than a year ago. Has it opened up newer avenues for stand up comedy? In Nishant’s view, ‘Open Mic gives a freedom to the stand-up comics. It’s their style that they portray without any shackles.’ He doubts that broadcast media would grant that much freedom to artists. He is weary of censor which curbs the right of an artist to bring up satires on politics and other imperative issues ;  something that they enjoy in Open Mic. Still he appreciates the first round of Hindi comedy shows in India that gave the limelight to artists like Raju Srivastav. ‘But it’s long way to go as Indian broadcast comedy now depends mostly on pun oriented humour, made for the masses,’ rues Nishant.  Adding, the international artists work on the same one-hour material for their shows over a year, while our artists in broadcast are made to pan out humour five days a week.  His brand of humour comes in English backed with Hindi punchlines, depending upon the audience.  The night will a riot of laughter when comedians come together with their takes on everyday things around and tickle your funny bone. You better not miss out!DETAILTimings: 8 pm When: 28 April Where: Cafe Morrisonlast_img read more

Apple Patent Describes Dumb Laptop Powered by iPhone

first_img Register Now » As smartphones have become more powerful we’ve seen peripherals appearing that allow them to double as an actual PC hooked up to a display. The latest of those is a rumored desktop dock for the forthcoming Galaxy S8. Now a patent filed by Apple suggests the iPhone maker is considering a similar thing, only in the form of a dumb laptop enclosure.The Apple patent, discovered by Apple Insider, was filed in September 2016 and is simply titled “Electronic Accessory Device.”It’s the details that are interesting, though. The accessory device described offers a display, ports and a control interface, but does not function without the addition of an “electronic host device.” As the image included with the patent filing and pictured above shows, the electronic host device looks very much like an iPhone.With Apple laser focused on making devices as thin as possible, this would certainly be a way to make a future MacBook incredibly thin. It wouldn’t need any internal components beyond a few interface circuits, the keyboard, ports and display. Battery power would come from the smartphone, as would the touchpad input courtesy of the screen.Apple does leave scope in the patent for the enclosure to include some additional components such as a GPU and memory. But with the rate at which mobile device performance is increasing, it seems unlikely such additional components would be necessary. One other point to make if this device became a reality: it would be the first Apple laptop effectively running iOS.For now, this is just a patent, and one that will likely remain an Apple idea until a point is reached where MacBook sales are no longer making sense as a separate product, or competitors try something similar for their smartphones and it proves popular. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global This story originally appeared on PCMag March 24, 2017 Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. 2 min readlast_img read more

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telescopes spot CMEs right when they form and spacecraft stationed a million miles from Earth measure critical parameters as they pass by Armed with information like the orientation of a CME’s magnetic field scientists can tell whether the particle cloud will flow around Earth like “a rock in a river” Reiff says or whether the field will connect with Earth’s to stir up a geomagnetic storm Forecasters can then issue alerts 30 minutes to an hour before the CME hits Such warnings are useful only if governments and grid operators are poised to respond and countries around the world have just started to take the threat seriously Last year the White House released a comprehensive National Space Weather Strategy and an accompanying Action Plan laying out the need to reduce vulnerability and improve preparedness A bipartisan bill to turn parts of the plan into reality will soon go before the Senate One pillar of the plan is to fortify the electric grid Spurred by regulatory authorities operators have already begun taking stock of vulnerable components and critical assets The next step will be to protect the grid by installing current-blocking devices such as series capacitors already common in the western United States because they aid long-distance power transmission and by developing emergency procedures for manipulating power loads to limit transformer damage Overbye says the power industry’s swift response has been encouraging But full protection against a Carrington-like event might never be feasible Overbye says simply because of the cost Instead operators may react to an impending megastorm by preemptively shutting down large portions of the grid to save transformers embracing short-term devastation to avert a long-term disaster Threat two: Cosmic collisions The Pan-STARRS telescope on Maui in Hawaii is part of an astronomical network that scans the night sky for bodies that could someday collide with Earth Stephen Alvarez/National Geographic Creative For another menace from the sky—an impact by a large asteroid or comet—there is no way to limit the damage The only way for humanity to protect itself researchers say is to prevent the collision altogether “That’s something that we as a species can absolutely never ever ever let happen” Ed Lu says “That’s the end of human beings” In 2002 Lu a former astronaut founded the B612 Foundation in Mill Valley California—a private organization that works to protect the planet from near-Earth objects or NEOs Everyone knows about the 10-kilometer-wide asteroid that helped destroy the dinosaurs but even something a fraction of that size could devastate humanity says Michael Rampino an earth scientist at New York University in New York City The impact site would be obliterated and massive earthquakes and tsunamis could radiate across the planet But the lingering effects would prove most devastating Models suggest that depending on the speed and angle of approach an object as small as 1 kilometer wide could throw up enough pulverized rock to block out the sun for months Adding to the pall would be soot from wildfires ignited by debris falling back to Earth “All this stuff coming back into the atmosphere heats up and it’s like setting your oven on broil” Rampino explains Together the smoke and dust would cast the planet into a so-called impact winter causing crop failures and mass starvation Fortunately asteroids of this size strike Earth only about once every few million years and “dino killers” only once every 100 million years or so Averaged annually your chance of dying because of an impact is only slightly higher than that of perishing in a shark attack says Mark Boslough a physicist at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque New Mexico But like sharks it only takes one to do the trick Astronomers have spotted almost 15000 objects in Earth’s neighborhood including hundreds more than 1 kilometer across NASA/JPL-Caltech That’s why in 1998 NASA launched the Spaceguard survey at the request of Congress The goal was to enlist astronomers to identify 90% of the estimated 900-plus NEOs bigger than 1 kilometer—a goal the agency officially met in 2010 Ongoing efforts now aim to find any remaining giants and tag 90% of bodies larger than 140 meters by 2020 although NASA says it won’t meet the deadline Of the nearly 15000 NEOs discovered so far none are currently on a collision course with Earth Eventually however an Earth-bound NEO of some size will confront humanity with a disaster movie scenario And when that day comes “it’s going to go from science fiction to science real pretty rapidly” Lu says Science is already on the case In Defending Planet Earth: Near-Earth Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies a 2010 report by the US National Research Council researchers highlighted several potential options for fending off an interloper given a few decades of warning We could whack it off course by ramming it with a spaceship or two slowly alter its orbit with the sustained gravitational pull of a spacecraft called a gravity tractor or blast it with nuclear explosions Right now these planetary defense strategies exist mainly on paper but some may see real-world tests in the next decade NASA the European Space Agency and other partners are exploring a joint mission called AIDA (Asteroid Impact and Deflection Assessment) to test the impactor method on the asteroid Didymos when it passes near Earth in October 2022 NASA has also announced plans to use an enhanced gravity tractor—in which the spaceship collects material from the asteroid to increase its mass—on its Asteroid Redirect Mission which was set to launch in 2021 but now faces funding setbacks In the event of an actual threat many researchers favor a combination of these techniques just to be safe But for objects larger than 1 kilometer across—and for comets which could appear with little notice—some scientists think the nuclear option is the only option The idea would be to jolt the body not blow it up which could do more harm than good Although the 1967 United Nations Outer Space Treaty currently bars sending nuclear weapons into space scientists already have a good understanding of the technology and last year NASA and the Department of Energy announced a joint effort to hone its use against asteroids Ultimately NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office established earlier this year will decide when and how the United States should respond to a potential impact Threat three: Supervolcanoes The most inexorable threat to our modern civilization however is homegrown—and it strikes much more often than big cosmic impacts do Every 100000 years or so somewhere on Earth a caldera up to 50 kilometers in diameter collapses and violently expels heaps of accumulated magma The resulting supervolcano is both unstoppable and ferociously destructive One such monster the massive eruption of Mount Toba in Indonesia 74000 years ago may have wiped out most humans on Earth causing a genetic bottleneck still apparent in our DNA—although the idea is controversial Ash blanket Ash spreads across North America in computer-simulated eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano Image credit: Larry Mastin By geological convention a super-volcano is one that produces an explosive eruption of more than 450 cubic kilometers of magma—roughly 50 times more than the eruption of Indonesia’s Mount Tambora in 1815 and 500 times more than the Philippines’ Mount Pinatubo in 1991 Geologists read the histories of such blasts in deposits of erupted material called tuff and the rock record shows that super-volcanoes tend to be repeat offenders Locations that remain active today include Toba the Yellowstone hot spot in the northwestern United States the Long Valley Caldera in eastern California the Taupo Volcanic Zone in New Zealand and several spots in the Andes Supervolcano locations Science None of these danger zones now poses a threat But in the event of another eruption everything within a hundred kilo- meters or so would be incinerated and ash would blanket continents Just a few millimeters of the stuff can kill crops; a meter or more can make land unusable for decades says Susanna Jenkins a volcanologist at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom Ash can also crush buildings foul water supplies clog electronics ground airplanes and irritate lungs These regional impacts could ripple around the world in unexpected ways Even the minor disruption in air traffic following the 2010 eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajkull—a far cry from a super-volcano—caused millions of dollars in losses for Kenyan farmers whose perishable exports to Europe went to waste “The more interconnected our society becomes the more vulnerable we are to something even quite small that happens over on the other side of the world” says Hazel Rymer a volcanologist at The Open University in Milton Keynes UK (Graphic) G Grullùon/Science: (Data source) USGS Most far-reaching of all however would be the effects on global climate which would resemble those of a large asteroid impact Sulfate aerosols injected into the stratosphere by a supereruption could drop temperatures over much of Earth by 5°C to 10°C for up to a decade devastating global agriculture Just how bad things would be is hard to say “Volcano science is based on experience” says Ben Kennedy a volcanologist at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch New Zealand and scientists have never witnessed a supervolcano Knowledge of smaller eruptions can help but it may be an unreliable guide For instance although supereruptions probably produce loads of sulfate aerosols the aerosols may be larger and rain out faster than those from smaller eruptions according to research by Claudia Timmreck a climate modeler at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg Germany and others Timmreck’s team has also found that for midlatitude volcanoes like Yellowstone the season in which the eruption occurs determines how widely its aerosols spread The biggest uncertainties surround potential warning signs Researchers think that widespread clues such as earthquakes increased outgassing and ground deformation due to rising magma would precede a major eruption This unrest would begin months if not many years in advance theoretically affording ample time to evacuate residents and set emergency response plans in motion However scientists would struggle to decide when to sound the alarm says Jacob Lowenstern of the US Geological Survey in Menlo Park California the scientist-in-charge of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory “It’s going to be hard for scientists to convince themselves just because of our only partial understanding of the complexity of the processes that are taking place” he says Then there are the political challenges of responding to the threat The 1985 eruption of Nevado del Ruiz in Colombia killed 23000 people in part because the government ignored scientists’ forecasts False alarms can cause trouble too In the 1980s geologic unrest caused officials to warn that California’s Long Valley Caldera could erupt It didn’t but local real estate values tanked and the economy suffered The challenge for scientists is to tell which indicators portend a catastrophic eruption instead of a small one—or none at all “We’re terribly good at recognizing precursors after the event” Rymer says For now researchers say their best bet is to continue studying the plumbing that feeds volcanoes and to squeeze as much information as possible from smaller future eruptions before the next supervolcano lets loose (Graphic) G Grullùon/Science; (Data Sources) Top graph: Plag et al Extreme Hazards (2014) ESF; Natural Disasters Graph: EM-Dat: The Int’l Disaster Database; Fatalities graph: EM-DAT: The Int’l Disaster Database Threat four: What if it happens In the end no amount of research can do much to prevent or mitigate supervolcanoes or other freak events such as nearby supernova explosions and cosmic blasts of gamma rays Our only hope of surviving them is a fallback plan And the bottom line in that plan is food At least two scientists have already sketched out a blueprint In their 2015 book Feeding Everyone No Matter What David Denkenberger and Joshua Pearce propose several ways to feed billions of people without the help of the sun Denkenberger an architectural engineer at Tennessee State University in Nashville started moonlighting as a catastrophe researcher a few years ago after reading that fungi may have thrived after previous mass extinctions If humans ever face a similar threat he thought “Why don’t we just eat the mushrooms and not go extinct” Indeed people could grow mushrooms on leaf litter and on the trunks of trees killed by the disaster Denkenberger says Even better would be raising methane-digesting bacteria on diets of natural gas or converting the cellulose in plant biomass to sugar a process already used to make biofuel Denkenberger and Pearce—an engineering professor at Michigan Technological University in Houghton—calculate that by retrofitting existing industrial plants survivors of the catastrophe could produce enough of such alternative foods to feed the world’s population several times over Of course a few other ingredients would have to survive as well: infrastructure international cooperation and the rule of law Whether human society endures or snaps is the unknown on which everything else could hinge says Seth Baum executive director of the Global Catastrophic Risk Institute in New York City a nonprofit think tank whose researchers include Denkenberger “How would we fare I think the only reasonable answer one can give to the question at this time is that we have absolutely no idea” Baum says To him social resilience after a catastrophe is just another question for scientists to address instead of leaving it to dystopian writers and doomsday preppers Not that he has anything against survivalists “As much as 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