VPL IS LOOKING FOR A SCREENWRITER TO BE THE NEXT WRITER IN

first_imgThe deadline for applications is Friday, February 8, 2019.For more information and details on how to apply visit www.vpl.ca/writer.About Vancouver Public LibraryVancouver Public Library has been dedicated to meeting the lifelong learning, reading and information needs of Vancouver residents for more than 100 years. Our vision is an informed, engaged, and connected city. Our mission is a free place for everyone to discover, create and share ideas and information.Last year, VPL had more than 6.8 million visits, with patrons borrowing almost 9.5 million physical and digital items including books, ebooks, movies, music and magazines. Across 21 locations, VPL is the most-visited major urban library per capita in Canada. Facebook VANCOUVER, B.C. – Are you a screenwriter looking for an inspiring setting? Spend four months writing in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, home to a remarkable natural environment and lively culture guaranteed to spark your creativity.VPL is interested in hearing from a wide variety of writers working in the screenplay forms, including short films, feature films, television, mini-series, documentaries or video games.The library would like you to submit your application if you:Have a significant body of screenwriting credits.Have professional teaching and public speaking experience.Are enthusiastic about engaging the public in one-on-one and group settings.Have writing projects for this residency that are in the early working stage.Are available on a full-time basis in Vancouver from August to December 2019. Advertisement Login/Register With: Twitter Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisementlast_img read more

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MMIW protesters demanding people leave national roundtable police put up barrier

first_imgAPTN National NewsTensions have spiked at the national roundtable for missing and murdered Indigenous women as those not invited to attend have showed up at the meeting.It appears a couple dozen MMIW families are on scene in downtown Ottawa right now at the Marriott Hotel where the meeting is being held with provincial and federal politicians.They’re upset about not being allowed to attend the roundtable which has been compounded by the fact police are blocking them from gaining further entrance into the hotel.Cheryl Maloney, president of the Nova Scotia chapter of Native Women’s Association of Canada, has just agreed to leave the roundtable to be with the protesters.Protesters are demanding other walk out of the meeting as well.Alvin Fiddler, deputy grand chief at Nishnawbe Aski Nation in Ontario, left roundtable about 3:30 p.m.“Left the #mmiwroundtable mtg room to go stand with the families that are outside expressing their concerns” Fiddler tweeted. “We hear u and care about u.”One young man is singing for the families not invited.Many families flew into Ottawa this week and were forced to pick four ceremonial witnesses for the national roundtable. They told APTN National News it felt like they were pitted against each other.Many blamed the Harper government for making them pick.Earlier in the day, a few dozen protesters were on Parliament Hill. Up in the skies were two military helicopters. The RCMP said it was a coincidence.More to come.last_img read more

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DEA takes down major methamphetamine distribution tied to local drug cartel

first_imgDEA takes down major methamphetamine distribution tied to local drug cartel KUSI Newsroom, Posted: May 21, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom May 21, 2019 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 SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A major take down by the DEA dismantled a multi-state methamphetamine network tied to Sinaloa cartel.  Forty-three people in San Diego are charged with distributing methamphetamine around the world.During the coordinated takedown that began early this morning, investigators executed over a dozen search warrants and seized approximately 80 pounds of methamphetamine, four firearms, and more than $100,000 in U.S. currency.As of today at 1 p.m., 32 of the forty-three defendants are either in federal or state custody. Authorities are continuing to search for 11 defendants.Many of the defendants are scheduled to be arraigned before U.S. Magistrate Judge Linda Lopez at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow.According to the indictments and other publicly filed court documents, this San Diego based network supplied multi-kilogram quantities of methamphetamine and gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) to dozens of subdistributors located throughout the United States and the world, including California, Arizona, Oregon, Wyoming, Texas, Arkansas, Florida, Virginia, Washington, D.C., New Jersey, New York and the United Arab Emirates.In return, tens of thousands of dollars in narcotics proceeds were returned to the network’s leaders via shipments of bulk cash, structured cash deposits into bank accounts, and online money transfer systems like PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, and Cash App.KUSI’s Ashlie Rodriguez has more on this story. last_img read more

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Hearsts Acquisition of Rodale Brings Sweeping Changes to Several Titles

first_imgUpdated Friday, Jan. 12th at 11:30 am.Rodale’s magazines are officially joining Hearst. Several top staffers aren’t.As was reported last week, Hearst has closed its acquisition of Rodale’s media brands, a deal that was originally agreed upon in October. The company made things official with an announcement Tuesday morning, which included revelations about where each of the acquired Rodale brands will fit into the Hearst Magazines portfolio, as well as the future of several key former Rodale staffers.Longtime Men’s Health publisher Ronan Gardiner, who ascended to chief advertising officer at Rodale last March, will move to Hearst as VP and publishing director of Men’s Health, Bicycling, and Runner’s World.Not joining Hearst will be Matt Bean, who will no longer serve as editor-in-chief of Men’s Health, a role he had held since late 2016. Instead, Dave Zinczenko will return to he brand as interim editorial director, with a permanent editor-in-chief to be named in the 2nd quarter. At Rodale, Zinczenko had served as editor-in-chief of the brand from 2000 to 2012. Also not making the move to Hearst Tower will be Women’s Health editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird, who had held that role since 2014. Former Self deputy editor Liz Plosser has been named to that role, joining from wellness site Well+Good, where she was SVP of content.Plosser will report to Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Michele Promaulayko, who oversees the Young Women’s group—where WH will reside alongside Cosmo and Seventeen. It’s familiar territory for Promaulayko, who was Women’s Health‘s editor-in-chief from 2009 to 2014.Oversight of the business side of Women’s Health will be assumed by Donna Kalajian Lagani, publishing director of the Young Women’s group. The announcements make no mention of Laura Frerer-Schmidt, who has been publisher of Women’s Health since 2011 and—at Rodale—had been elevated to SVP and managing director of the brand in 2016.Bill Strickland will remain with the aforementioned Bicycling and Runner’s World as editorial director of the newly formed Enthusiast group, which for the time being will remain based in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Paul Collins will stay on as publisher of both titles.Notably absent from the announcement is Betty Wong-Ortiz, who had been installed as Runner’s World‘s first female editor-in-chief back in June, at the time succeeding longtime editor David Willey. A Hearst spokeswoman, however, confirmed on Friday that Wong-Ortiz will remain editor-in-chief.Finally, Prevention will join the Women’s Lifestyle group under Good Housekeeping editor-in-chief Jane Francisco. Maria Rodale’s much-publicized pivot, in 2016, to remove all advertising from the digest’s pages will see a reversal; Hearst plans to restore advertising to Prevention under the direction of Women’s Lifestyle group’s SVP and publishing director Pat Haegele.On the digital side, former Men’s Health VP and publisher Chris Peel will stay on as executive director of Hearst Magazines Digital Media’s men’s and enthusiast group, which now consists of Esquire.com, MensHealth.com, PopularMechanics.com, Bicyling.com, and RunnersWorld.com. Also staying on will be Rodale COO Beth Buehler, who will oversee “strategic integration as the companies are brought together,” according to Hearst.Asked for additional context on the changes and the future of the magazines’ existing editors, a Hearst spokesperson referred only to the company press release.Concurrent with the close of the sale, Penguin Random House completed its purchase of publishing imprint Rodale Books.Correction: An earlier version of this story indicated that Prevention editor Barbara O’Dair appeared to be out. A Hearst Magazines spokeswoman tells Folio: that no changes have been made to Prevention’s staff.last_img read more

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Oil Prices Pipeline Protests Top 2016 Energy Environment News

first_img Share Jerod FosterA digital sign outside the Chase Bank building in downtown Midland displays the latest per-barrel price of oil.Oil, water and weather dominated news about energy and the environment in 2016, a fitting mix for the Lone Star State. The continued slump in oil prices continued to send tremors through the state’s economy, but fracking — and its side effects — carried on albeit at a sluggish pace. Court rulings in two major legal cases pumped some money into state coffers, and Houstonians confronted the growing risk they face from storms and flooding. Here are the year’s highlights: 1. All eyes (still) on oil pricesAfter oil prices plunged in 2015, the outlook improved in the Texas oil patch throughout much of 2016, with West Texas Crude climbing from a rock-bottom $26-per-barrel range in mid-February to where it is today: hovering above $50. But even as rig counts climbed, particularly in parts of the Permian Basin, Texas felt plenty of oil patch pain, and prices remained far below the $60-$65 that many economists say is needed for a true recovery. The Tribune examined the reversal of fortunes in drilling towns that were booming not so long ago. (Producers are hopeful prices will rebound significantly in 2017 after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed on voluntary production cuts last month.) Meanwhile, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar spent much of 2016 telling lawmakers that Texas was weathering low oil prices far better than other states — but warning that the conditions had stalled tax collections, setting up a 2017 legislative session that will be even more tightfisted than usual. And in June, lawmakers appeared to have dodged a budgetary bullet when the Texas Supreme Court sided with Hegar in a tax case that could have spurred $4.4 billion in state refunds to oil and gas drillers in 2017 alone.2. Texas gets big bucks in BP settlementSix years after BP’s Deepwater Horizon explosion killed 11 people and spewed millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, a federal judge signed off on a $20.8 billion settlement between the energy giant and plaintiffs including the U.S. Department of Justice, Texas and four other Gulf Coast states and hundreds of local governments. Approved in May, the agreement was expected to send some $800 million to Texas for restoration projects — on top of $275 million that a series of agreements had already yielded. The settlement was considered the largest with a single entity in American history, and it included the biggest civil penalty in the history of environmental law.3. Texas stops helping poor families pay their electric billsLite-Up Texas, a program that offered discounts to hundreds of thousands of poor Texas families over the years, ran out of money at the end of August — ending a 17-year run. Consumer advocates expected that fate after lawmakers declined to extend the program’s funding source three years ago, but they were concerned that long-time beneficiaries would be blindsided when their assistance vanished. About 700,000 households relied on the program in 2015, with state subsidies reducing their electric bills by as much as 31 percent. Lawmakers created the program, funded by electric ratepayers across Texas, in 1999 to help poor Texans pay their utility bills in the state’s newly deregulated electricity market.4. Toxic aquifer injections not trackedIn August, a Tribune story revealed that the Texas Railroad Commission had permitted toxic injections into at least “a handful” of zones fitting the broad legal definition of drinking water sources. The agency did not know how many times that has happened over the past decades, even though it long ago agreed to track such injections. At issue were Class II injection wells, which plunge deep underground and hold often-hazardous industrial byproducts from oil and gas production. The commission acknowledged it has allowed injection into zones that could qualify for drinking water protections, but it had not tallied these instances. In 1982, state and federal regulators set up criteria for exempting certain aquifers from protections against injections. The Railroad Commission could not produce a map of which aquifers it exempted. Both the commission and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency called the few injections they know of low risk, and said they have no evidence pointing to fouled water supplies, but environmental watchdogs said the revelations highlighted disorganization at the agency and raised questions about its ability to protect groundwater. The EPA has instructed the Railroad Commission to prioritize gathering the data.5. Texas vs. the Feds, continuedThe Obama administration unveiled a host of new environmental regulations in 2016 that Texas and other Republican-led states promptly sued to block. The most attention went to the Clean Power Plan, Obama’s most ambitious effort to fight climate change. (To the surprise of environmentalists, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the policy as legal challenges wind through the courts.) Texas’ first lawsuit of the year against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was over the agency’s rejection of parts of a seven-year-old state proposal to reduce haze in wilderness areas under the Regional Haze Rule. (Late last month, the EPA told the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals it was voluntarily withdrawing the rule for Texas, where it had targeted seven coal-fired power plants.) And then there was the hotly disputed Waters of the United States rule, which the EPA finalized in May. The stream of lawsuits the Texas Attorney General’s Office has filed against the federal government during Obama’s tenure — nearly 50 of them in all — is likely to dry up after President-Elect Donald Trump takes office. Trump, who has appointed a climate change skeptic to head the EPA, indicated on the campaign trail he would pull out of the Paris climate agreement.6. Texas is woefully underprepared for the next, big hurricane Texas was spared yet again during the 2016 hurricane season, marking eight consecutive years since a full-fledged tropical cyclone has made landfall in the state. Meanwhile, scientists are still fine-tuning plans to protect the coast — particularly the Houston area, with its massive, waterfront petrochemical complex — from a monster hurricane they say could kill hundreds, if not thousands, of people and cripple the economy and environment. The Texas Tribune and ProPublica explored those dramatic consequences in March in an interactive story, Hell and High Water. State lawmakers have asked scientists to settle on a plan to protect the coast, but they’re still in disagreement. 7. Houston hit with more floodingLess than a year after intense rainstorms led to widespread flooding in Houston and across the state, the Bayou City found itself underwater yet again. An unusual amount of rain fell on the city in April and again in May, inundating many areas outside any known floodplain. Residents are now suing the city of Houston and a local tax reinvestment zone over what they say are chronic and escalating flooding problems. Scientists agree that flooding in the Houston area is getting worse thanks to a combination of unchecked development and changing climate. But some key local officials disagree with those claims and say they have no plans to look into them. The Texas Tribune and ProPublica explored these trends in another interactive story that published this month, Boomtown, Flood Town.8. Pipelines approved, protestedIn May, a group of energy companies — including Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners — cleared its last regulatory hurdle before running a controversial pipeline beneath 143 miles of largely untouched West Texas land in the Big Bend area and into Mexico. Months later, Native American-led protests against another Energy Transfer Partners project, the 1,170-mile Dakota Access Pipeline, erupted in North Dakota. Since then, solidarity protests have been held in cities across the country, including in Austin, where hundreds of demonstrators last month rallied at the Capitol and stormed a Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission meeting demanding Energy Transfer Partners CEO Kelcy Warren step down from his post. Gov. Greg Abbott appointed the prolific GOP political donor to the parks commission last year.9. Hunt loses Oncor bid, NextEra swoops inAfter months of wrangling at the Public Utility Commission, the Ray L. Hunt family’s $18 billion effort to purchase and reshape Oncor, the state’s largest electric transmission and distribution utility, died in May — setting the stage for Florida-based NextEra to swoop in. The Hunts led a consortium of investors that wanted to transform Oncor into a real estate investment trust, allowing investors to save millions of dollars each year in federal taxes. Consumer advocates, staff at the utility commission and a host of lawmakers ultimately pushed back, raising concerns about that and other aspects of the deal, suggesting that ratepayers should get a piece of the tax savings. The commission approved the transaction but added a litany of stipulations that caused the Hunt group to balk. Following that deal’s demise, NextEra bid on the coveted utility. In 2017, the utility commission appears more likely to approve that deal, which is more straightforward than the Hunt group’s was. Such a move would ultimately help Oncor’s parent — Energy Future Holdings — emerge from a mammoth bankruptcy.10. Texas’ highest civil court decides major water cases The Texas Supreme Court ruled on two water cases in 2016 with widespread implications for future water battles in fast-growing, drought-prone Texas. In February, it handed a victory to farmers, ranchers and other longstanding water rights holders by declining to take up a Brazos River case. Denying a state petition for review, the justices left in place a lower court’s ruling that said Texas cannot give special treatment to cities or power generators over more “senior” water rights holders on parched rivers — even if the state declares it necessary to protect the “public health, safety and welfare.” In June, the court sided with a South Plains ranch in a dispute with the city of Lubbock. While agriculture and landowner groups heralded the ruling as a major win for private property rights, some lawyers and conservationists painted the decision as more of a win for developers and water marketers.11. Volkswagen forks over millions to TexasFollowing in the footsteps of Harris County and the city of Dallas, the state last year sued Volkswagen in connection with the German automaker’s admitted use of software that allowed its vehicles to circumvent emissions limits. In 2016, VW agreed to pay the state $240 million — $150 million for environmental violations and another $50 million for breaking state consumer protection laws that ban deceptive advertising. A majority of the $50 million will go toward indigent legal services, according to the judgment. About 32,000 vehicles capable of emissions cheating were sold in the Lone Star State.This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at https://www.texastribune.org/2016/12/26/oil-prices-pipeline-protests-top-2016-energy-envir/.last_img read more

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ASCAP Appoints New Digital Chief

first_img“Nick’s track record of launching, scaling and transforming converged media and technology companies through product innovation and strategic alliances makes him a perfect fit for ASCAP’s transformation agenda,” said ASCAP CEO Elizabeth Matthews, to whom he will report. “I am thrilled that he will be part of our executive leadership team.”Commenting on his post at ASCAP, Lehman said: “The ASCAP repertory of music is not only an enormously positive force in our culture, but it is a major catalyst for driving the growth and success of virtually every media platform. I am excited to help lead ASCAP into new areas, technologies and partnerships that will support our members and help them thrive in the future.”Lehman replaces ASCAP’s Alice Kim, who joined in 2013 and was instrumental in launching the company’s six-year strategic plan and in driving the digital transformation of ASCAP through new digital tools for members and data partnerships.Lehman arrives at a very competitive time for all PROs as they endeavor to stay relevant in a rapidly changing music world where new collection entities are springing up with some regularity. ASCAP, the American Society of Composer, Authors and Publishers, is a world leader in public performing rights, royalty collections and advocacy for music creators. Performance rights organization ASCAP has named Nick Lehman EVP and chief strategy and digital officer. Lehman will oversee strategy and product development, as well as manage partnerships like the company’s deal with Nielsen and the joint database project with BMI (scheduled for public debut during the fourth quarter).He will be based out of ASCAP headquarters in New York guiding the organization’s business development and administration services as the organization seeks to expand offerings to songwriter, composer and music publisher members as well as licensing partners.Lehman previously served as president of digital for NBCUniversal where he managed a portfolio that included Fandango. He spent the past two-and-a-half years at the Virginia-based broadcast group TEGNA, where he was chief strategy officer responsible for cultivating strategic partnerships, incubating new businesses and driving innovation initiatives throughout all areas of the company. His past experience also includes an eight-year run at Viacom, where he was EVP and general manager of the games and interactive group at MTV Networks. From 1993 to 1997 he was a consultant to investment group Bain & Company. Popular on Variety center_img ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

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Classic Comics in a Cube Unboxing the Stan Lee Box

first_imgStay on target Duel of the Cubicles with Hasbro’s Star Wars The Black Series Ligh…Playmates Brings Back Classic Voltron Marvel Comics existed before the MCU. It even existed before the 90s X-Men and Spider-Man cartoons. It’s been around for a long time, making comics since the Golden Age. For most of that time, the face of Marvel has been Stan Lee. And if all of that was blindingly obvious to you, you should check out this box!Stan Lee’s Pow! Entertainment offers the Stan Lee Box, a bimonthly subscription box (similar to CultureFly, ThinkGeek Capsule, and of course Loot Crate) centered around the career and work of Stan The Man himself. And they sent us a box to unbox, and show you all the comic treats inside.The Stan Lee Box follows the Culturefly model of offering few, but larger, boxes. Instead of a monthly $20-30 box, it’s $49.99 every two months (or $44.99 if you buy a year at a time). Each box is loaded with comic book paraphernalia work, according to Pow! Entertainment, at least $100. You can also order Stan Lee’s Comic Book Box for $19.95 monthly. It’s a separate subscription that includes four comics with Stan Lee variant covers every month.AdChoices广告For comic book historians, the Stan Lee Box starts off strong with two trade paperbacks. One is a Marvel Masterworks volume covering the Silver Age adventures of the Avengers, Iron Man, Human Torch, or Spider-Man. We got an Avengers book spanning The Avengers #41-50 and The Avengers Annual #1.The other book is also a TPB, but it isn’t really a collection of comic book issues. It’s Stan’s Soapbox: The Collection, a compilation of 14 years’ worth of “Stan’s Soapbox” columns from Marvel comics between 1967 and 1980. It’s a pretty interesting collection that gives a very good look at some of Marvel’s goings-on behind the scenes and reactions to social issues more than the development of comics lore.Speaking of behind the scenes, two additional comics and a print in the box offer another look at comic book production. The box includes Inhumans: Once & Future Kings #1 and #2 with Stan Lee Box variant covers, along with a print of the cover by Joe Jusko. #1 shows the completed cover and #2 shows a partially pencil cover, and the print shows the color and ink getting filled in through the pencils. It’s a neat little comic cover triptych.Of course, there’s a t-shirt. This is a Harley Davidson-style logo with Stan Lee as a rad-looking skull with reflective metallic patches for his sunglasses.Besides the comic books and t-shirt, the Stan Lee Box includes two other collectibles. The first is a Q-Fig figurine from Quantum Mechanix. The Iron Man Q-Fix we got has a lighted base, and it looks pretty nice. Q-Figs aren’t exactly on-model and have slightly bobble-headed proportions, but they’re much more detailed and visually interesting than, say, Funko Pops.On the opposite end of the ornateness spectrum is the Stan Lee Wham Blox. It’s a foam rubber cube about the size of a tissue box, with a cloth cover that looks like Stan. Fun, kind of weird, nice to toss around. It’s like a big block-shaped stress toy.That’s a lot of readable material, interesting art, and fun collectibles for $50 per box. Like with all subscription services your mileage may vary, but if you’re a die-hard fan of silver age Marvel comics and Stan Lee’s legacy. I don’t really get the weird foam block, but two interesting TPBs, a pretty nice light-up figurine, and a handful of comics that show the construction of a cover is pretty neat to see.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

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Think Mughlai and you are spoilt for choice

first_imgThough you’ll find versions of the same in other Mughlai outlets, Anadi Cabin deserves mention as perhaps the best Mughlai paratha outlet in town. Their Kabiraji cutlet is also scrumptious, to say the least. While the double egg Mughlai paratha comes for Rs 62, the Kabiraji cutlet costs Rs 80 while a plateful of yummy mutton kasha costs Rs 220. Pair the yummy mutton kasha with parathas. The place can accommodate about 30 people though the ambience is not that great but foodies swear by the Mughlai and the kasha mangsho they still serve.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Set up in the 1940s, the mutton rezala and slightly sweet parathas are to die for at Sabir’s, the vintage Mughlai outlet. Founded by Sabir Ali from Lucknow, this restaurant has been a favourite of the Mahanayak Uttam Kumar and the legendary film director, Satyajit Ray.  The story goes that Sabir Ali travelled all the way from Lucknow to Kolkata—in search of a living. He came to Kolkata in 1940 and started off as a helper in a small hotel. In 1948, he opened his restaurant at 75, Princep Street. An excellent chef himself, Ali gave the restaurant an identity. There is the famous, mouth watering rezala and paratha and a sip of their special tea is enough to leave you thrilled.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe rezala is made with mutton breast and the ingredients used are curd, ghee, poppy seeds (posto), saffron and mace. “The proportionate mixing of the spices gives it the right taste. You will never get the taste unless you cook it in charcoal fire,” says a spokesperson. Have the mutton delicacy with their paratha. Nothing matches the duo—rezala and paratha. One can also opt for biryani along with the regular mutton or chicken delicacies. Choose from mutton kasha, bharta, chap, kebab, Kasmiri kebab. During Ramzan, their haleem and seviyaan, are in great demand.  Most of the customers are Bengalis.  Golbaari is a 109-year-old outlet in North Kolkata (Shyambazar) with a reputation for the kosha mangsho and paratha.   The gravy is finger-licking delicious but rich, albeit a little oily. Light on the pocket and savoury on the palate, one can also try their chicken cutlet, fish cutlet and mutton keema with paratha. The restaurant is not very spacious, so most of customers get their food packed. One should visit the The Great Kebab theatre at Astor’s flagship restaurant this month. Kebab-e-Que is offering an assortment of mouth watering kebabs where food lovers will be served ten variants of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebabs every weekend, followed by a main course meal. The treat costs an affordable Rs 749 plus taxes for two people. The kebab menu includes the Makhmali Raunake Kadak seekh Kebab or crunchy chicken seekh kebab; Hara masala tawa machli or succulent  fish marinated in special green marination and  grilled;  Tandoori murgh Pankdi kebab or drumstick of chicken marinated grounded spices cooked to perfection; mutton Shikampuri—a household recipe from Lucknow, wherein mutton mince and lentil is cooked and shallow fried while keeping the creamy centre and Lemon grass mahi tikka or  fish chunks infused with lemongrass combination of spices.The vegetarian platter includes Bhutte ke kebab or fresh baby corn and American corn with home ground spices; Dahi ke kebab or mouth-melting kebab made with hung curd and the flavour of saffron and Subj soya ki seekh or combination of soya chunk  mince and melange of vegetables. Seekh kebab is served with pudina chutney. Tandoori babri aloo or baby potato is made with spicy aromatic marination; Astor tulsi paneer tikka is made by marinating delicate cubes of creamy cottage cheese with garden fresh basil, cheese and finished in a clay oven. All kebabs are served with Kachumber Salad, vinegar onion, dahi chutney— a chutney made with yoghurt, green chilly and pudina and boondi raita. The main course includes a variety of options, followed by Indian sweets and ice cream.last_img read more

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Chinas Huawei Unveils the Worlds Slimmest Smartphone

first_img China’s Huawei unveiled its flagship smartphone, the Ascend P6, at its first standalone launch event on Tuesday, underlining its ambitions to compete with Apple and Samsung in the top tier of mobile technology.The company says the device, at 6.18 mm thick, is the world’s slimmest. It has a 5 megapixel front-facing camera, designed for taking “selfies,” or pictures of the owner to be shared on social media networks.The company picked the launch date — 6/18 (June 18) — to tie in with the smartphone’s dimensions.The launch, at an arts venue in North London, takes a cue from Apple and Samsung, both of which have made new product announcements at high profile events for a number of years.Previously Huawei unveiled its handsets at industry trade shows like Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.Huawei, which also makes telecom networking gear, is looking to drive sales of its consumer devices, a sector in which it has only had its own brand for about three years.The company was the fourth-largest maker of smartphones in the first quarter of 2013, trailing LG Electronics and the two dominant brands Apple and Samsung, according to analyst firm Gartner. The top two sold more than 100 million units between them, while LG sold 10 million and Huawei 9 million, most of which were in its native China.The Ascend P6 uses Huawei’s customized version of Google’s Android operating system.Industry analyst Ben Wood at CCS Insight said that at the right price the Ascend P6 would attract buyers who had not considered Huawei before.”Huawei P6 is darn thin,” he tweeted. But he added that the device was not, at this stage, compatible with the high speed, next generation 4G networks, which are being rolled out across the world.Carolina Milanesi at Gartner said she would have liked to see a more original design instead of something that tries to position the brand as an alternative to Apple by going with a similar rounded metal design.Overall it shows that Huawei is working towards their goal of becoming a top brand by 2015, she said.(Editing by Jane Merriman) 2 min read Enroll Now for Free Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This story originally appeared on Reuters This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. June 18, 2013last_img read more

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first_img News | Neuro Imaging | July 05, 2019 Delta T1 Maps Provide Quantitative, Automated Solution to Assess Brain Tumor Burden Imaging Biometrics LLC (IB) a subsidiary of IQ-AI Ltd., is highlighting a recently published study in the American… read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. Two brain metastases from primary lung cancer are contrast enhanced in the brain of a 61-year-old male. Speakers at AHRA 2019 will state that ProHance and other macrocyclic MR agents present a very low risk to patients. Images courtesy of Bracco Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more Feature | Contrast Media | July 18, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How To Manage Risk in the MR Suite Macrocyclic contrast agents have the best safety profile of all the magnetic resonance (MR) contrast media that are n read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more Related Content Feature | April 30, 2015 Multi-Purpose, Flexible Coils Enhance Image Quality of Existing MRI Machines Imaging centers turn to multi-channel, multi-purpose coils to improve image resolution on older 1.5T MRI models in effort to compete with newer 3T offerings News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 06, 2019 Canon Medical Introduces Encore Orian MR Upgrade Program Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. is helping to provide low-cost patient care solutions for its customers with the launch… read more Technology | Contrast Media | July 15, 2019 FDA Approves Bayer’s Gadavist Contrast for Cardiac MRI in Adult Coronary Artery Disease Patients The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Gadavist injection for use in cardiac magnetic resonance… read more With higher deductibles and more price-conscious healthcare consumers, as a result of the Affordable Care Act, improving the performance, comfort and speed of MRI scans can be an important strategy for imaging centers that must compete by offering the best patient care and experience.However, investing in the latest MRI model from GE or Siemens is often not an option for hospitals or clinics that have purchased a machine within the past eight years. Although completely adequate for the majority of scans that are routinely performed each day, newer 3T models now deliver higher resolution and faster scanning for improved diagnosis. They also cost well over a million dollars.Fortunately, the MRI machine is not the only factor that affects image quality and speed. In many cases, upgrading the coils required to perform a scan and increasing the number of channels can deliver comparable improvements in signal-to-noise ratio for better image resolution.Furthermore, a new breed of multi-purpose coil that is not limited to a specific anatomical region is providing imaging centers with more flexibility, greater patient comfort, the ability to accommodate larger or smaller sized parts of the body, and a host of other benefits.Third party coil providersFor many years, rigid, anatomy-specific coils have dominated the market. Specialized clinics focusing predominantly on one area of the body might require several coils, but most imaging centers need as many as 5-7 different coils on hand.When one of these coils needs to be replaced, it means purchasing a similar anatomical model, usually from the MRI manufacturer. A single multi-purpose coil, on the other hand, can replace multiple anatomy-specific coils.Although the major MRI manufacturers now offer multi-purpose options, these are only compatible with the latest MRI scanners and not older models. Fortunately, new 8 channel multi-purpose coils, ideal for upgrading older systems using 1, 4 and 8-channel rigid coils, are now available for clinical use from select third-party providers.While some medical equipment manufacturers have sought to bring multi-purpose coils to the market, the challenge has been to satisfy a rigorous, qualification process. For third-party MRI coils to be used for clinical applications, they must be CE marked, FDA approved, as well as approved by the MRI manufacturer for sale with a clinical coil I.D.The first third-party supplier to meet these criteria for 1.5T GE scanners is MR Instruments. The company’s DuoFLEX Coil Suite of 8-channel coils – available in two sizes and an interventional option – utilizes a flexible design to deliver improved image quality. A Siemens 1.5T option, as well as 3T multi-purpose coils for both the major manufacturers, are currently in development and slated for release in 2015.Benefits of Multi-Purpose, Flexible Coils1. Higher image resolutionNew multi-purpose MRI coils that increase the number of channels provide a significant improvement in resolution over older 1, 4 or 8-channel rigid coils.In the coil industry, more channels for these phased array systems means more signal (information) and less noise for a clearer, sharper image. With more data available, multi-channel coils can be optimized for parallel imaging techniques that can reduce scan times as well.“If you have an 8-channel MRI and 1 or 4-channel standard or anatomical coils, buying an 8-channel, multi-purpose flexible coil can provide better imaging, and more flexibility to meet clinical needs,” said Andreas Melzer, M.D., DDS, trained radiologist and professor of medical technology and founding director of the Institute for Medical Science and Technology (IMSaT), a joint venture of the Universities Dundee and St. Andrews, Scotland and GE’s first European Centre of Excellence for MRI guided Interventions and Surgery.“The more channels you have, the less noise and more uniform the image typically will be because there are more channels detecting,” added Melzer.Unlike rigid, anatomy-specific coils, multi-purpose coils also flexibly conform to many parts of the patient’s anatomy in regards to size and shape. This allows for as close a coil fit as possible, particularly in hard to reach areas for better imaging. It also enables imaging from angles or views not feasible with one-size-fits-all rigid coils. This helps to produce significantly better imaging that enables radiologists to make better, faster clinical determinations.“The closer a coil’s position to the anatomy viewed, the stronger the signal. So a close, flexible fit with the patient’s anatomy will improve imaging,” added Melzer. “We’ve found the open, flexible fitting architecture of DuoFLEX coils provides very high-quality imaging that accommodates images from multiple angles. It combines this with more diagnostic and particularly interventional freedom for the abdomen, knee, wrist, spine, and shoulder. Traditional rigid coils, in contrast, are often closed in with harnesses, which hinders punctures, thermal ablation or injecting agents while the patient wears them.”2. Better patient fit and comfortIn contrast to rigid anatomy-specific coils that may not properly fit a range of patient sizes, shapes, or difficult-to-image areas, multi-purpose, flexible coils allow simple placement of the coils over the desired anatomy for greater patient comfort, reduced motion, and improved overall image quality. This is achieved with interchangeable coil paddles in both 10 cm and 24 cm sizes that can be used independently or together, plus multi-length coil straps.“Because the multi-purpose, flexible DuoFLEX coils accommodate differences in size, shape, and mobility, they can help achieve a better fit and image with less dependency on the individual patient,” said Melzer. “This is particularly true for younger pediatric patients, for which proper fitting, rigid coils are hard to find and the flexible coils provide a more suitable fitting.”According to Melzer, the multi-purpose, flexible coils can also help when patient mobility issues are present. “MRI image quality can depend on both coil fit and the patient staying still to avoid a blurred image,” said Melzer. “If the patient moves because he’s uncomfortable with the coil, you’ve got a bad image.”“Sometimes there are limitations in patient mobility or pain management that can make our lives difficult in MRI imaging if only standard, rigid coils are available,” said Melzer. “For instance, a patient may not be able to lie flat on the table in the proper position for a traditional, rigid spine coil. “In these types of cases, you can accommodate the patient with a flexible coil, and scan the spine with him or her lying on their side.”3. Reduces need for costly anatomy-specific coilsWhile imaging centers have typically had to buy 5-7 separate rigid, anatomy-specific coils, multi-purpose, flexible coils enable replacing several of these costly, limited-use coils, which can save many thousands of dollars.The cost of these separate rigid, anatomy-specific coils can quickly add up: head, spine, torso, shoulder, wrist, knee, foot/ankle, cardiac, pelvic, carotid, etc.In contrast, easy positioning of multi-purpose, flexible coils is possible via interchangeable coil paddles plus multi-length coil straps. This allows coil placement in many positions, including wrapping the coils on the patient’s body. The result expands scanning coverage of the patient’s anatomy with fewer limited-use coils.For instance, 10cm multi-purpose, flexible coils can be used to scan fingers, wrist, ankle, patella, forefoot/toes, as well as TMJs, orbits, and carotids. Similarly, 24cm multi-purpose, flexible coils can be used to scan shoulder, hip, pelvis, knee, cardiac, and elbow; and a combination of the 10cm and 24cm coils can be used to scan pediatric chest, pelvis, abdomen, elbow, head, spine, and extremities.“Anatomy-specific coils such as for the wrist are expensive,” said Melzer. “We’ve found that a flexible coil suite like DuoFLEX’s can supplement or take the place of several rigid, anatomy-specific coils with equal or even better image quality.”4. Saves time switching between anatomy-specific coilsWith the recent rise in catastrophic medical insurance deductibles, patients and their families are becoming more cost conscious. This puts pressure on hospital and clinic imaging centers to get more use of their costly MRI equipment while delivering the best patient centered care possible.One way that multi-purpose, flexible coils can help imaging centers is by minimizing the time needed to switch between different anatomy-specific MRI coils when imaging. Because multi-purpose, flexible coils can be used on a variety of body areas, this can eliminate coil change-out between scans in many cases, saving about 5-10 minutes of preparation each time.Over the course of a day, this can increase the number of scans and clinic income per day. If an imaging center typically does 8 scans per day, an extra scan per day, for instance, could increase daily revenue from MRI scanning by 12%.“Flexible MRI coils have the potential to save set-up time when switching between anatomy-specific coils,” concluded Melzer. “They would be good for fast, individually placed coil set-ups, including near full body scans in the case of cancer, or for individualized, pediatric, whole body scanning, and for MR guided interventions in particular.”For more information: www.mrinstruments.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 01, 2019 | Jeff Zagoudis, Associate Editor FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Medical Device Safety in MRI Environment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new draft guidance titled Testing and Labeling Medical Devices for… read more Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more News | Focused Ultrasound Therapy | July 10, 2019 Insightec’s Exablate Neuro Approved With GE Signa Premier MRI in U.S. and Europe GE Healthcare and Insightec announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval and CE mark for Insightec’s… read more News | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | July 16, 2019 AAPM 2019 Features More Than 40 Presentations on ViewRay’s MRIdian MRI-guided Radiotherapy ViewRay Inc. announced that the company’s MRIdian System is the focus of more than 40 abstracts selected by the… read more last_img read more

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first_img in Daily Dose, Government, News Deeply Delinquent Mortgage Loans Distressed Asset Stabilization Program HUD NAHREP 2016-04-25 Staff Writer Advocates Defend Castro, But. . . A coalition of 14 civil rights groups and housing advocacy groups had some harsh criticism for HUD Secretary Julián Castro earlier this month as they labeled HUD’s Distressed Asset Stabilization Program (DASP) a “Wall Street giveaway” for its tendency to sell delinquent mortgage loans to investors and private equity firms.Some of the groups—even some that advocate for Latinos—even went as far as to say that Castro was unfit to be vice president of the United States, as the Secretary’s name has been floated for months as a possible running mate for Hillary Clinton on the Democratic ticket. The coalition circulated a petition demanding changes to DASP; as of Friday, the petition had gathered more than 115,000 signatures.One Latino advocacy group has recently come to Castro’s defense, however. The CEO of Washington, D.C.-based National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), Gary Acosta, spoke out on the Secretary’s behalf.“Secretary Castro is an outstanding leader with impeccable credentials and is more than qualified for any public office in America, including the vice presidency,” Acosta said. “Furthermore, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals believes Secretary Castro has managed the office of HUD Secretary with the highest level of professionalism, skill, and integrity.”At the same time, however, Acosta admitted that the coalition’s criticisms of DASP were not completely without merit. The main criticism of DASP has been that most of the distressed and deeply delinquent mortgages are sold to Wall Street investors and private equity firms who are more interested in profiting financially from the mortgage crisis rather than achieving the best outcomes for borrowers or stabilizing neighborhoods. In their petition, the coalition called for HUD to cease selling mortgages through DASP until the program is reformed to involve more non-profits and mission-driven groups.Julián CastroAcosta cited independent studies that have shown as little as 10 percent of the homeowners in DASP have been able to live and maintain ownership of their homes.“NAHREP supports the lending industry’s call for HUD to provide lenders with greater certainty and clarity, and believes that by doing so, HUD will help create greater access to affordable mortgage credit, while reducing the risk of predatory lending in our nation’s communities,” Acosta said.In response to the coalition’s criticisms of DASP, a HUD spokesperson told DS News, “Providing an option for homeowners to remain in their homes is one of the reasons the DASP program was created. We’ve received feedback from stakeholders which has led us to make a number of important changes to the program including the creation of non-profit only pools and delaying foreclosure for a year. Additionally, we’re still evaluating further enhancements to the program to meet our core mission.”In December 2014, Castro met personally with a coalition led by Americans for Financial Reform specifically to discuss DASP. The coalition was comprised of fair housing, civil rights, and consumer advocates. The meeting helped inform the changes HUD made to DASP in April 2015, according to HUD. Those changes included the aforementioned pools of loans set aside exclusively for non-profits and expanding the foreclosure delay time from six months to a year.center_img April 25, 2016 589 Views Sharelast_img read more

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first_img Alessia Cara performs during the half time show at the 106th Grey Cup between the Calgary Stampeders and the Ottawa Redblacks in Edmonton, Alta. Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 27, 2018 9:05 am PDT Follow @dfriend on Twitter.The Canadian Press TORONTO — Alessia Cara says she’s stepping away from her social media feeds after a recent onslaught of negative comments.The Grammy-winning pop singer took to Instagram late Monday to share a number of screen shots from her Twitter account that showed users criticizing her appearance and firing obscenities at her.The Brampton, Ont.-raised singer says the comments reflect “a way larger issue” with online bullying.Cara, who grew up in Brampton, Ont., says she believes the separation created by computer and phone screens downplays the “gravity of words” in online conversations.She also addressed the toxicity of “stan culture,” a term used to describe how super-fans divide themselves into factions online.Performers including Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and Beyonce have ardent groups of supporters who boast about their favourite artist’s latest achievements but some also attack other artists.The conversations frequently spiral into name calling and insults about a performer’s appearance or abilities.“This whole world of stan culture, while it’s amazing and great and connective a lot of the time, it can be very hurtful,” Cara said in a video posted on Instagram.“It gives people a platform to not only put people against each other but feel like they can say whatever they want to anybody all of the time. It sucks and it doesn’t feel good.”Cara, who performed during the halftime of the 2018 Grey Cup game on Sunday, releases her latest album “The Pains of Growing” on Friday.center_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Alessia Cara plans social media break, calls out nastiness of online fan culturelast_img read more

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Ayo Fayose.the South African video umpire Across TV sets and even on the ground the decision was unanimous — that the ball didn’t touch Rupinder Pal Singh’s or Gurinder’s feet but two penalty corners were awarded thoughSingapore umpire Lim Hong Zhen didn’t blow for even one So Pakistan had every right to check with the video umpire but Dion saw something that the world missed though he saw the same angles on TV In the end however it cost India two points and gave Pakistan their momentum back India will now go back to the drawing board and see how they threw away a match that should have been won comfortably after being 2-0 at the break Dilpreet Singh (13th) and Harmanpreet Singh (20th) scored for India; Pakistan responded through Muhammad Irfan Junior (39th) and Ali Mubashar (60th) Pakistani players celebrate after socring against India PTI In the first two quarters India played the way they promised to — pacy creating space moving in fast first touches and scoring without delay In the third and fourth quarters however they played shoddily; they relaxed didn’t increase their playing levels and played worryingly into Pakistan’s hands Pushed back constantly there was no effort neither from the midfield nor from the man free to take control and hold Turnovers gave the ball to Pakistan and almost eight attacks in the third and fourth quarters happened with India passing to the wrong man In fact if India had heroes on the day it was P Sreejesh in goal whomade some brilliant saves and deep defender Amit Rohidas and creator-forward SV Sunil The rest played in patches coming to life momentarily and then slacking off This was exactly how Pakistan scored their first goal; they created a good move but the cross went past an Indian defender who was dozing off only to find the stick of Muhammad Irfan Jr whose deflection gave no time or spacefor Sreejesh to react It was right then in the 39th minute that India should have woken up Indian coach Sjoerd Marijne in the post-match press conference later said "This wasn’t the team I coached for five months The players are more disappointed than me" Perplexing for a team that has been preparing for this very event to suddenly lose the essence of the philosophy that brought them here Pakistan realised early on that playing at top speed would give India more goals in the last two quarters They held the ball brought the pace down and unbelievably started dodging past India dribbling past the midfield shielding the ball and creating moves on the right flank India instead of holding the ball and letting Pakistan come to them released balls in a hurry bordering on the panic giving away crucial balls as turnovers in the midfield The counters piled pressure on the Indian defence and they cracked falling over each other In the fourth quarter apart from the last two Pakistan had also three penalty corners; Sreejesh saving one and two flying over the crossbar This brings us to Sreejesh the last man standing for India in all four quarters Form may have deserted certain players in certain moments of the match but the Indian goalkeeper was on top of his game In the second quarter he saved two penalty corners the second being an audacious bit of goalkeeping when he fell to one side but took the second shot on his stick Things could have been sticky if the ‘Indian Wall’ had not stood tall In the 13th minute the match was in India’s hands Twice they attacked and Pakistan had to defend well Then off a counter a ball from Manpreet Singh found Sunil and he sprinted With the Pakistan defence going for Sunil Dilpreet found space on the left trapped perfectly and in the same motion shot into goal Pakistan goalkeeper Imran Butt could only marvel at the 18-year-old’s scoring ability Momentum was India’s as they got their first penalty corner which Rupinder Pal Singh shot over In the dying seconds of the first quarter Sunil gave it to Manpreet and Butt saved Pakistan also saw a shot off Shan Ali hit the cross piece and bounce off India’s play was promising and in the second quarter Sunil created the second and third penalty corners After Harmanpreet missed the second he flicked a low one and got India’s second goal in the 20th minute Things were settling into a pattern Itwasbroken when Akashdeep was shown the yellow card along with one to Pakistan’s Qadir and both teams were reduced to 10 men Butwhen Pakistan forced their way back into the match with three penalty corners in two minutes Sreejesh was excellent The third quarter saw a different Pakistan They didn’t pursue the match anymore instead playing their own game India earned a fourth penalty corner at the start of the quarter but Rupinder flicked wide India was losing territory as Pakistan relayed the ball wide India was now running after the ball to gain some possession India on the ball is more dangerous then without it And Pakistan had to keep the ball to build a structured a move Frustration was setting in as Chinglensana blew away a good chance withonlyButt ahead of him He swung and missed the ball and was immediately shown a yellow card on a Pakistan counter That was five minutes out with India again reduced to 10 men With two yellow cards in the match India played10 minutes with10 players Even in the fourth quarter there were too many turnover errors Pakistan dominated the distance between the centre line and India’s striking circle Muhammad Qadir missed a glorious opportunity in the Indian striking circle In the 50th minute Pakistan had three penalty corners Two were saved by Sreejesh and off the third Rizwan Senior’s deflection went over the bar Muhammed Dilber Shakeel Butt Shan Ali and Muhammed Atiq made life difficult for the Indian defenders They weren’t rushing in The purpose was simple: To build a move towards goal and make every move count Pressure slowly built up Instead of clearing and rotating the ball Indian players fell back For almost an entire minute? 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I ran here when I found out and went to the nursery to see if I could save any of (the ducks) but they were all dead . but the civil defence agency said 35 structures had been destroyed the Pakistani pehelwan ranging from national brands such as Samuel Adams and Pabst Blue Ribbon to the more local Rhombus Guys Brewery and the Fargo Brewing Company which included a souvenir pint glass and a private BLT bar age he said The group assured Umar of a swap and he has been looking forward to it Scott AFB and the Saudi-led coalition must cease air strikes in all populated areas of Yemen How and when agriculture—and the more settled lifestyle it requires—made its way to the higher reaches of the region remained mysterious As the Boko Haram terror attack death toll of 6 al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) held an all important meeting with the leadership of Police Community Relations CommitteeFor once there was an amazing amount of cooperation abundantly evident between India and China An Indian media hungry for headlines and near continuous feeds were given more than enough opportunity to cover the Wuhan event Pictures of the two leaders strolling through gardens museums and even trying a tune on tinkling bells covered our screens courtesy of Chinese media management Chinese media was no less Even the People’s Daily deigned to provide front page coverage of the event As our media talkathons pointed out none of this obscured the fact that the two countries had been on an extremely tense situation less than eight months ago The word ‘reset’ was everywhere being bandied about to indicate a climb down by both sides after an increasingly tense relationship following the Doka La encounter that began in mid-June 2017 Certainly Wuhan is a type of engagement that is new to India-China relations and reflects Beijing’s public acceptance of India as a major power – at least in the Asian region The informal summit style the breaking of protocol in terms of welcome to the Indian leader and a reversal of the acrimonious tone in Chinese media all seems to indicate that Beijing has calculated that the Indian prime minister would welcome such a public acclamation just prior to elections Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chinese president Xi Jinping PTI It is also equally a quiet acceptance that Prime Minister Modi is there for the long term at least for the next five years Oddly the same perception may have driven Indian diplomacy in recent months Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale arrived in Beijing just days before the important vote to do away with the tenure limitation for President Xi’s term This was followed by the scramble to put off the seminar of a well-known think tank and the cancelling of two Delhi events of the Tibetan refugees – one an interfaith event on 31 Marchand a much larger event on 1 April to be attended by the Dalai Lama All of this seemed to be a pointer to the fact that New Delhi was clearing the decks for an engagement with the new near permanent dispensation in Beijing The Wuhan meeting’s actual outcomes will only be apparent in the months ahead In public talks and tweets Prime Minister Modi in his customary style opted to raise ground level issues through the “STRENGTH “ strategy which stands for Spirituality Tradition Trade and Technology; Relationship; Entertainment; Nature conservation; Games; Tourism and Health and Healing Foreign affairs experts tend to look down on such ‘deliverables’ as increased people-to-people contacts preferring instead the language of grand trade or connectivity deals It is as well to remember however that the amount oftravel between the two countries has increased exponentially with the number of Indian tourists alone to China expected to reach 50 million given a year-on-year 46 percent increase This is the stuff of bilateral strength different from grand joint statements which may or may not be implemented Ties are created by the people and the 2015 decision to provide Chinese with visa on arrival probably added to the revere flow which was 2 lakh last year Business travellers are probably double this but surprisingly that figure seems to be unavailable Available reportage points to the fact that while Chinese direct investment remained at around a paltry $2 billion there are hundreds of “angel investors” willing to put up small amounts of about a million each for start-ups and quiet capital Both Indians and Chinese prefer to keep their investments under wraps after various parts of government objected to Chinese investment That needs to change Either you need their money or you don’t Not that connectivity issues are to be ignored The recent statement from the Ministry of External Affairs indicated that India’s position on the mega ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ remains unchanged That positionis in itself a bit complicated since it goes beyond the clear infringement of sovereignty issues — with reference to the China Pakistan Economic Corridor going through Pakistan Occupied Kashmir – to include “universally recognised international norms good governance rule of law openness transparency and equality” Far clearer are the following paragraphs which state that “connectivity initiatives must follow principles of financial responsibility to avoid projects that would create unsustainable debt burden for communities; balanced ecological and environmental protection and preservation standards; transparent assessment of project costs; and skill and technology transfer to help long term running and maintenance of the assets created by local communities” It’s a very principled position and one that India has tried to follow in its own aid and assistance programmes The trouble is that China has so much more on offer Its recent setting up of an aid agency to hand out those billions will be up and running soon while India’s own Development and Partnership Administration in the Ministry of External Affairs has to struggle with prioritising a Rs 15 crore budget It’s time to move this out into a separate aid agency with a tight staff and a generous budget As India jostles for space in its own traditional backyard this is the key to get that valued space We may have far less in dollar terms but we have fewer countries to spend it on Chinese ‘aid’ – defined loosely – was spent in some 138 countries We need to concentrate on only about half a dozen Given this government’s focus the likelihood is that the talks at Wuhan focused on how to get rid of that embarrassingly large trade deficit which stands at around $50 billion At the recent meeting of one of the oldest bilateral groups – the Joint Working Group on Economic Relations and Trade Science and Technology — Chinese minister Zhong Shan seems to have been given a spirited account of ways of dealing with this very central issue The suggestions have been for India to provide among other things agricultural produce and high quality pharmaceutical products as well as focusing on India’s IT and IT Enabled Services (ITES) In mid-April at a meeting between Niti Aayog and China’s National Development and Reform Commission the suggestion had been made that India could make up for soybean shortfalls in China at a time when Beijing had slapped a 25 percent tariff on farmers in Iowa and Ohio Taking advantage of trade tensions between the US and China is logical but so far this is small fry India is not yet able to compete in terms of high value exports like automobiles for the Chinese market Far better was the suggestion from NITI Ayog vice-chairman Rajiv Kumar that China invest in areas such as housing Meanwhile all indications are that New Delhi at least has a vision for the long haul The prime minister’s own enunciation of a “new Panchsheel” built around “shared vision better communications strong relationship shared thought process and shared resolve” may seem rather flowery for a relationship that is to be based on pure national interest But it is certainly far better than the language of a “friendship that is higher than the mountains and deeper than the sea” that has become standardised in Beijing’s dialogues with Pakistan That fractious country is likely to take umbrage at the vision of China-India friendship beaming on their China supplied televisions Islamabad is likely to view this immediately in a zero sum perspective implying that what is good for India is bad for Pakistan It some areas of Chinese assistance that is probably true For Beijing that is going to lead to making some serious choices The lawyers made rounds on the back of trucks carrying the Tricolour and bamboo sticks They were accompanied by workers of political parties and whenever they saw a vehicle plying on the roads they asked the driver to get off the road The strike in Jammu was called by Kathua Bar Association and Jammu Bar Association against the state police crime branch which is probing case of 8-year-old ***** who investigators say was sedated raped for days tortured and then murdered Lawyers protesting in Jammu Image courtesy: Sameer Yasir Sanji Ram a retired official of the revenue department is believed to have masterminded the heinous crime to create fear among the nomad ‘Bakarwal’ (goatherd) community in the village so that they could be pushed out He is the custodian of the temple where the girl was allegedly held in captivity On Wednesday morning lawyers in black coats and white shirts were seen stopping vehicles shutting down shops in Old City and Gandhi Nagar Dogra Chowk Kathu and Samba and closing the National Highway connecting Jammu with New Delhi "We called for a strike because the crime branch officers handling the case are from Kashmir and they don’t have a good track record That is why we want a CBI inquiry" said BS Salathia president Jammu Bar Association Himanshu Sharma a lawyer based in Kathua who was part of the protests against the crime branch told Firstpostthe Bar members wanted the real culprits caught and hanged? 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