Rights of members in House will be protected Speaker

first_imgNew Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, during his maiden interaction with reporters, said that he will work to draw from best parliamentary customs from across the world and asked members to refrain from practices such as trooping into the Well of the House to register their protests. Elaborating on the transparent election process, Birla said that elections in India have always been transparent and said that the Congress would not be defeated in the Lok Sabha polls held after the Emergency in 1977 if this had not been the case. Also Read – Cong may promise farm loan waiver in HaryanaWhile maintaining that rules of the House would be above the customs being followed over the years, the Speaker asserted that rights of members of Parliament in the House would be protected under the prescribed rules and procedures. “India is the largest democracy of the world and 91 crore people, including 44 crore women have reposed their faith in democracy by enthusiastically coming out to vote in even harsh weather conditions. We have to work for a democratic system in the true spirit of the Constitution, rising up to the hopes and aspirations of the people towards whom we all are committed,” he said. Also Read – Modi formed OBC commission which earlier govts didn’t do: ShahUrging reporters to take note while reporting of the purposive debates and discussions for which the members work hard, he said that the first-time members would be given sufficient opportunity to express their views on the floor of the House. Earlier, on Friday morning, Birla practised yoga in Parliament House along with union ministers, 134 parliamentarians, officers of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Secretariats and other dignitaries.last_img read more

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___Capitol Hill hearing on online hate sees it firsthandWASHINGTON (AP) — A congressional hearing on online hate turned into a vivid demonstration of the problem when a YouTube livestream of the proceedings was bombarded with racist and anti-Semitic comments. YouTube disabled the live chat section of the streaming video about 30 minutes into the hearing Tuesday. Executives from Google and Facebook are appearing before the House Judiciary Committee, defending their companies’ efforts to screen out hate speech.___France softens stance ahead of May plea for new Brexit delayBRUSSELS (AP) — Chances that Britain would crash out of the EU Friday without any future plan appear to be shrinking. Tough-guy France softened its stance and showed willingness to accept yet another delay in the long-awaited Brexit. But British Prime Minister Theresa May still has a rough day ahead of her at an EU summit Wednesday.___Airbnb reverses, will allow listings in Israeli settlementsSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Airbnb is rescinding its plan to bar listings in Israeli settlements in the West Bank. The company says it has decided to allow listings throughout the entire West Bank, but will donate any of its profits from the region to humanitarian aid organizations.___Mnuchin says he’ll ‘follow the law’ on Trump tax returnsWASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday that his department intends to “follow the law” and is reviewing a request by a top House Democrat to provide President Donald Trump’s tax returns to lawmakers. But in Capitol Hill appearances Tuesday, Mnuchin dodged over whether he would comply with the request to supply Trump’s tax returns by Wednesday and he also said he has not promised to authorize the IRS to supply the returns.___Putin outlines ambitious Arctic expansion programST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — President Vladimir Putin has put forward an ambitious program to secure Russia’s foothold in the Arctic, including efforts to build new ports and other infrastructure facilities and expand an icebreaker fleet. Putin says that Russia plans to dramatically increase cargo shipments across the Arctic sea route. The Russian leader was speaking at the Arctic forum in St. Petersburg attended by leaders of Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.___Boeing orders and deliveries tumble as Max jet is groundedDALLAS (AP) — Boeing got zero orders and fewer deliveries for its 737 Max plane in March. The Max, the latest version of Boeing’s most popular plane, remains grounded worldwide while the company works on a software update to fix a system suspected in two deadly crashes. Separately, American Airlines is cutting a key revenue estimate after cancelling 1,200 flights because of grounded planes.___Loughlin, husband, others hit with money laundering chargeBOSTON (AP) — Attorneys for the parents charged with money laundering conspiracy in the college admissions case are accusing prosecutors of trying to get their case in front of a tough judge. Prosecutors on Tuesday called their letter “inappropriate” and a “Hail Mary.” The exchange came after federal prosecutors added the laundering charge to the list of accusations facing actress Lori Loughlin, her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and 14 other parents.___Publisher of iconic black magazines files for bankruptcyCHICAGO (AP) — Johnson Publishing Co., publisher of two iconic magazines, Ebony and Jet, that helped changed the image of black people portrayed by U.S. media, has filed for bankruptcy liquidation in a federal court in Chicago. In announcing the petition filed Tuesday, the company said it was “caught in a tidal wave of marketplace changes and business issues which, despite exhaustive efforts, could not be overcome.”___Levi’s fiscal 1Q revenue up 7% in first post-IPO report.NEW YORK (AP) — Levi Strauss & Co. swung to a profit and reported a nearly 7% increase in net revenue during the company’s fiscal first quarter, an indication the jeans maker’s investments online and in its denim products are paying off. Tuesday’s earnings report marked Levi’s first since its return to the public markets last month. Levi’s stock got an enthusiastic reception from investors but it has retreated since then. The stock rose, however, in after-hours trading following the earnings report.___US stocks close lower, ending 8-day win streak for S&P 500NEW YORK (AP) — Industrial companies led a broad slide in stocks on Wall Street Tuesday, ending the benchmark S&P 500’s eight-day winning streak. The sell-off came as traders weighed growing trade tensions between the U.S. and the European Union, and a report forecasting dimmer global economic growth this year. Banks and technology companies also lost ground. Smaller company stocks fell more than the rest of the market. Bond prices rose, sending yields lower. The price of gold rose.___The S&P 500 index fell 17.57 points, or 0.6%, to 2,878.20. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 190.44 points, or 0.7%, to 26,150.58. The Nasdaq composite slid 44.61 points, or 0.6%, to 7,909.28. The Russell 2000 index of small-cap stocks gave up 19.32 points, or 1.2%, or 1,559.68.The Associated Press read more

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Annan President Chávez discuss issues surrounding G77 crisis in Venezuela

According to a readout of the meeting provided by a UN spokesman, the talks addressed the efforts of the Secretary-General of the Organization of American States, César Gaviria, and the manner in which the UN could help Venezuela overcome the current crisis.President Chávez expressed his views on the state of affairs and on further ways to find a solution, the statement said. He explained that a first step had been taken toward the formation of a Group of Friends of Venezuela.”The Secretary-General reiterated his concern regarding the situation and emphasized the need to take further steps in accordance with the Constitution and respect for democratic principles, justice and human rights,” the statement said. “The problem of governability in the country requires concerted efforts from all sides to reduce tensions. This is a process in which the international community could be of assistance.”Earlier Thursday, President Chávez told a press conference that once established, the Group of Friends could assist “Venezuela and its government and institutions, and could benefit democracy” in the country. As for the idea of former Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez of Spain serving as a mediator from the Group, President Chávez replied that he did not have any information about Mr. Gonzalez’s role.”The Secretary-General had said to me that given our request that some personal envoy come from him to participate in those efforts,” a list of candidates was currently under review, President Chávez said. read more

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Ohio State Meyer signs 27 new football recruits 12 from Ohio

Coach Urban Meyer talks to members of the media Feb. 4 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.Credit: Tim Moody / Sports editorGoing into national signing day, Ohio State already had four recruits signed and enrolled in classes. Coach Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes were confident of landing another 18 recruits who were already verbally committed.That adds up to just 22, yet when the fax machines stopped running at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Wednesday, there were 27 new Buckeyes.“We had five at 11 o’clock last night where (we were) unsure of where they were going,” Meyer said Wednesday afternoon. “And that makes for a bad night for myself and for our coaches.”But that bad night turned into a good morning, as OSU received letters of intent from all five of those players who were certain. Defensive lineman Joshua Alabi and wide receiver K.J. Hill both chose OSU on Wednesday, before the school officially announced commitments from offensive lineman Isaiah Prince and quarterback Torrance Gibson.The last decision Meyer and his staff were waiting on was that of running back Mike Weber, a Detroit native and former Michigan verbal commit.“I looked at my clock one time and it was 12:10 (a.m.) and I was talking to Stan Drayton about Mike Weber,” Meyer said. “And we were trying to get a hold of him, so it was a very eventful night.”Drayton, OSU’s running backs coach, said he was never in a similar position, but stressed the pressure recruits like Weber are under when signing day approaches.“I wasn’t good enough to go through what these kids have to go through on the signing day, but I can’t imagine the pressure they must feel, especially coming from a rival state like he (Weber) is,” Drayton said Wednesday.While some cases — like Weber and Gibson, who were both verbally committed to OSU going into signing day — came down to the wire, the Buckeyes didn’t lose any verbal commits to another school Wednesday. But they didn’t pick up every target either.OSU did receive commitments from five of its top six recruits who were on the fence, but others like defensive lineman Terry Beckner Jr. (Missouri) and linebacker Porter Gustin (USC) chose different collegiate paths. But even beyond Weber, Gibson and Alabi, the Buckeyes sealed signatures from two players who had yet to announce their collegiate decisions.Hill, a North Little Rock, Ark., native, visited OSU, Alabama and Arkansas in January, and had previously committed to the Razorbacks before changing his mind.Wide receivers coach Zach Smith said Hill initially chose not to visit OSU after committing to Arkansas, but didn’t fall completely out of the picture. Then when he de-committed, Smith said co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach Chris Ash spearheaded Hill’s recruitment, and eventual commitment.“We stayed in touch, and then Chris really was the one who was beating down the door,” Smith said Wednesday. “Then the kid ended up deciding he didn’t think he wanted to go to Arkansas, so we got back in it, got him on a visit, and he loved it.”Meyer said he didn’t get to know Hill in the recruiting process, but he called him “very intelligent,” and said Hill comes from a good family background.Like Hill, Meyer had high praise for Prince.“There’s no better guy than that,” he said of the offensive lineman from Greenbelt, Md.Meyer said the Buckeyes’ College Football Playoff National Championship victory will pay dividends in recruiting down the line, but added it helped with a few players this season already.“We didn’t really turn any, I thought that might happen, but that didn’t happen,” he said. “I think Isaiah Prince, K.J., are two, maybe Torrance, it really helped us.”Overall, Meyer said he was pleased with the recruiting class, and noted the Buckeyes’ success recruiting in the state of Ohio, and with recruiting linebackers and offensive linemen.OSU signed 12 players from Ohio, including two of the top-10 outside linebackers, the No. 11 inside linebacker and six offensive lineman who each check in at least 6-feet-5-inches, according to ESPN.“We don’t have the tall long guys (at offensive line),” Meyer said Wednesday. “We’re 6-6, 6-7, 6-5, 6-9, 6-5 and 6-7 are walking through the doors now. Out of those are three or four tackles that we really need, we’re really short at that position.”Those new linemen are set for the task of protecting whoever lines up at quarterback for OSU, which is now an even more crowded position group.Along with Gibson, the Buckeyes signed The Plains, Ohio, native Joe Burrow, another four-star quarterback recruit. That gives OSU six scholarship quarterbacks on the roster heading into the 2015 season.Meyer said he’s never had a similar situation when it comes to the number of talented quarterbacks on the roster, and added his last night recruiting the new OSU class was a bit out of his norm as well.“I used to do it in the middle of the floor with a sleeping bag. I now moved into my daughter’s room, she’s no longer there, she’s in college,” Meyer said. “So I walk in the room and I plug my phone in.”He added the process was fun once upon a time, but said now it’s simply getting commitments that he enjoys.“It was fun when I was 27 years old, I’m 50 now,” Meyer said. “It’s fun when you get ‘em, I’m smiling now.”While commitments like Weber, Gibson, and company made Meyer smile on Wednesday, he had spent the past season smiling after the Buckeyes won 13 consecutive games on their way to a national title.OSU is schedule for a chance to extend that streak against Virginia Tech on Sept. 7 in Blacksburg, Va. read more

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Ohio State womens track and fields Khadevis Robinson ready for challenge

No current or former Ohio State track and field athletes qualified for the 2012 London Olympics, but the Buckeyes’ newest track and field coach did.Khadevis Robinson, who competed in the 800-meter run in London and also at the 2004 Athens Games, was announced as an assistant coach for OSU women’s track and field on Aug. 30. Robinson will lead the cross-country program and coach the track and field team’s distance runners.Before accepting the OSU position, Robinson had served in the same coaching capacity at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas for the men’s and women’s teams since January 2011. Under his guidance, junior Kelsey Williamson earned indoor and outdoor 800 meter Mountain West Conference indoor track and field championship titles, while senior Brett Zorich qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the same event.OSU women’s track and field coach Karen Dennis said she was impressed by what Robinson achieved in his time at UNLV, and believes it will translate to success at OSU.“When I looked at what Khadevis had done at UNLV, he was really getting some solid performances out of some women who I didn’t think had the talent,” Dennis said. “I didn’t think they had the same talent and depth that we have. I thought we have good, better talent, but we just weren’t getting the performances.”Robinson said he is excited for his new opportunity.“I’ve coached at almost every level … but I hadn’t coached at a big university,” Robinson said. “I like challenges and this will be a great challenge for me.”Robinson’s accomplishments as a professional athlete include four U.S. indoor titles and four U.S. outdoor championships in the 800 meter.A graduate of Texas Christian University, Robinson was also the 1998 NCAA champion in the 800 meter. He failed to qualify out of the opening heats of the 800 meter in both of his trips to the Olympics, but at 36 years old, he was the oldest competitor in the event in London.Robinson explained how his success as a professional athlete on the track has helped him achieve success coaching.“What it comes down to is really being able to relate to the athletes,” Robinson said. “So if they’re going through something, you can say, ‘Well, I know how you feel because I’ve gone through this also.’”Dennis said that while Robinson’s athletic success increased his appeal as a candidate for the job, there were other factors as well.“Well, I think that any time you’ve got somebody that’s coming in from the Olympics, sure they’re attractive,” Dennis said. “But at the same time, that wasn’t the sole reason. I would’ve still considered him as a strong candidate because I’m looking for somebody that showed results. I felt like he’s a good motivator, he’s very articulate …. and I felt like that’s what our kids needed.”Dennis said there were “probably 80 applicants,” and about 30 of them were what she would consider “strong, qualified applicants.”But Robinson stood out.“When it came to interviewing and bringing people on campus, he just proved himself. He just moved to the top of the pack,” Dennis said.An athletic spokesman stated that Robinson’s annual salary is $60,000.An Olympic runner on the track and a Division I coach on the sidelines, Robinson has had to learn how to balance two challenging jobs. He described the balance as “very, very, very, very, very difficult.”“If I was just running and not trying to be top 10 in the world, or making the Olympic team, it wouldn’t be as difficult because competing at the highest level is extremely difficult,” Robinson said. “On the other hand, some of the same things I tell my athletes, I can hear myself saying it to myself when I’m competing. So it gives me accountability, because when I tell some of the athletes I’m coaching to be A, B, C and D, then it makes me be accountable to doing A, B, C and D when I’m competing also.”But Robinson said coaching is a way for him to fulfill what he believes to be his purpose in life.“I think everything in life has a purpose,” Robinson said. “I found out my purpose is to inspire, motivate and help others. That’s my purpose in life. It just so happened that God blessed me as an athlete to be able to get my message out.” read more

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Outlook for nickel is 1500017000t according to analyst

first_imgA key market analyst says a realistic outlook for nickel prices over the next few years is around $15,000-$17,000/t – but producers should take heart from an expected doubling in demand over current levels by 2030. Addressing the first day in Perth of the 2008 Paydirt Australian Nickel Conference, Alto Capital Research Analyst, Carey Smith, said the high nickel prices of 2006 and 2007 “are gone”. The price collapse has gone from an average for the 2007 full year of $38,023 to a current price of $10,155/t. The outlook going forward will be that the junior end of the market is going to struggle over the next couple of years with little or no capital available to conduct exploration let alone project development.”“Only the most financially sound laterite projects will get off the ground – and that demands an average grade of at least 1.5% Ni or higher. Numerous nickel mines are expected to shut down globally as profits turn to losses.”On the supply and demand side, Mr Smith said the high 2006 and 2007 prices had fed a production increase of lesser quality stainless steels (nickel is a key stainless steel component) but the resultant over supply had generated the price slide. “However, supply is now falling dramatically as high cost producers struggle to survive the current low price nickel environment and so the forward long-term outlook is not all bad news.“Although there will be bumps in the road, demand for commodites will continue to increase over coming decades. Alto Capital expects nickel demand to increase over the next 10 years with demand likely to double the current level of 1.4 Mt/y, by 2030. In addition, as commodities are consumed, it is getting increasingly difficult to replace the depleted resources at a reasonable price and add to this increasing demand from China, India and the rest of Asia. As a result, nickel prices in three years time will be substantially higher than present but unlikely to reach the levels of 2007.”Smith said the China factor could not be ignored – as it was a market that remained the world’s largest o consumer of nickel. “It is expected to have a nickel consumption of around 352,000 t in calendar 2008 – a level that represents 24% of global demand and which is a sixfold increase in just eight years ago,” Smith said. “While China has its own specific growth problems, nonetheless demand growth will almost be totally reliant on China.”He described the current down-turn as a “healthy development” for the long-term sustainability of the “multi-decades commodities boom”.Meanwhile, Western Areas Managing Director, Julian Hanna, predicted the nickel price will bounce back early next year – a prediction supported by Chinese metals traders, he said. Hanna said the Chinese were feeling the current prices pressures on the metal as much as the rest of the world. “The Central Committee in China is fully aware of the need to keep their own resources and infrastructure momentum going,” he said.“I see the current collapsed nickel price, down to around $4.70/lb, as a real anomaly. I do not believe it will sit there for very much longer and will rebound rapidly. This was reinforced during a recent tour of Chinese nickel smelters and mines where they expect the bounce back around Chinese New Year – which coincides with our Australia Day – and we agree with that. The ‘happy zone’ for the nickel price is between $10 and 15/lb. We regard $8/lb as where it starts to negatively impact production and while it has headed below that recently, we expect it to return to sensible levels from early 2009.”Hanna also warned equity markets against too hard a marking down of the metal, arguing that 5% and 3% nickel ores in Australia remained the highest value commodities per tonne of mined ore. Western Australia, he said, was particularly advantaged, as on a global scale, it had most of the highest nickel grade deposits.last_img read more

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IMDEX sticks with Flexidrill acquisition plan as drill tech trials continue

first_imgIMDEX has entered into a secondary option period from March 2019 – December 2019 to acquire New Zealand-based companies Flexidrill Ltd and Flexidrill Construction Ltd, and the patent-protected technologies COREVIBE™ and MAGHAMMER™.IMDEX’s decision to progress the COREVIBE and MAGHAMMER towards commercialisation is based on strong demand from drilling contractors and resource companies, together with successful trials at IMDEX’s test site in New Zealand, it said. COREVIBE trials – validated by SGS, a world leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company – concluded a productivity gain of 33% over conventional coring.The secondary option period will allow IMDEX to conduct further product development and testing, while establishing its supply chain and manufacturing requirements, Imdex said.In relation to COREVIBE, IMDEX expects to trial commercial prototypes with clients by the end of its 2019 financial year. MAGHAMMER commercial prototype trials will follow in the first half of 2020. “The consideration to enter the secondary option period was varied from NZ$5 million ($3.4 million, 50% cash/50% IMDEX shares) to NZ$3 million in IMDEX shares to allow for NZ$2 million cash being applied to additional investment in product development,” Imdex said. There are no other variations to the original option agreement or extended option agreement, as announced in January 2018 and September 2018, respectively, the company said.“Should IMDEX choose to exercise its option to acquire Flexidrill in December 2019, the COREVIBE and MAGHAMMER are expected to provide additional global revenue and earnings during financial year 2020 and be earnings accretive within 12 months of the exercise date,” the company said.IMDEX’s Managing Director, Bernie Ridgeway, said: “We are pleased to further progress the COREVIBE and MAGHAMMER technologies towards commercialisation. These unique technologies have the potential to deliver substantial economic and productivity benefits to our clients globally, which is becoming increasingly important as new discoveries are likely to be under ground cover, deeper and require more drilling.“It is widely recognised within the industry that drilling costs represent approximately half of global mineral exploration expenditure. Reducing these costs has been a major challenge, which is likely to intensify given increasing safety standards, environmental restrictions and greater average hole depths.”Flexidrill Construction said its MAGHAMMER technology followed successful deep hole field tests it carried out in the oil and gas industry. “It is a unique, magnetic down the hole hammer, compatible with any rotary rig and designed to drill open holes in virtually any formation, hard or soft,” the company said.It can operate with any drilling fluid (including viscous bentonite solutions) so is ideal for overburden, often without the need for casings. This system is not affected by ground water, so flooded formations are also not a problem, according to Flexidrill Construction.COREVIBE, meanwhile, offers productivity improvements through high penetration rates, extended bit life and reduced tripping of inner tube for blockages, IMDEX has previously said.last_img read more

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Dell has discontinued the Adamo laptop line

first_imgWhen Dell started offering the high-end, super-thin Adamo laptop at a deep discount in December last year we knew something was up. At the time we thought Dell was just clearing stock to make way for a new Sandy Bridge model, but we were wrong.Dell has, according to an industry source, decided not to continue offering its MacBook Air competitor. That sale at the end of 2010 was to clear stock, but there’s no plans to replace it with anything new.When first launched in 2009 the Adamo was a very desirable machine. The 13-inch laptop was incredibly thin at just 0.65 inches. The spec wasn’t too bad either considering the space Dell had to play with:Intel Core 2 Duo processor – 1.4GHz or 1.2GHzDDR3 system memory – 4GB or 2GB13.4-inch 16:9 HD displayDraft-Wireless NHigh-performance solid state drives standard – 128GBBluetooth 2.1Mobile Broadband optionUp to 5+ hours of battery life (preliminary)2 USB ports, 1 USB/eSATA combo port, Display Port, RJ-45 portGenuine Windows Vista Home Premium Edition SP1, 64-bitBuying one meant finding $2,000 though, so it really was a luxury item few could afford.Later in 2009 we also got the Adamo XPS which was only 0.16 inches at its thinnest point. But that has already been discontinued.While we’d like to think Dell is planning a successor, it looks as though for the time being that may be not be the case. But if Dell ever do decide to launch another luxury laptop line we bet it will carry the Adamo name once more.Read more at CNETlast_img read more

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Second teen involved in attack of Dublin boy who was stabbed after

first_img Thursday 24 Nov 2016, 6:05 AM 13,574 Views Second teen involved in attack of Dublin boy who was stabbed after ‘running for his life ‘avoids jail The victim was assaulted a short time after stepping in to help a friend he saw being attacked. http://jrnl.ie/3097803 A DUBLIN TEENAGER who took part in a terrifying assault that had “catastrophic” consequences for his young victim has been given a suspended sentence.Garda Shane McGrath said the then 17-year-old victim managed to run away from a group of youths after being stabbed multiple times in the back. However he soon found it difficult to breathe and slowed down.The victim was hanging out with some friends in north Dublin on the evening in question when he noticed a female friend being attacked by another girl.Garda McGrath told the court that the victim held back the aggressor and told her to “leave it out”, giving his friend time to flee to safety. But the girl then accused him of hitting her and said she would have him “sliced up”.A short time later, the boy was approached by a gang of teenagers, including the girl’s brother, who stabbed him a number of times in the back without warning. Two other teenagers hit him with a crutch before the victim “ran for his life”, Duffy said.The group caught up with him and he was stabbed repeatedly. He was also hit with a crutch and a baton before a nearby resident chased the group away and brought the teenager into their home.The victim later described to gardaí how he believed he was going to die that night. He said when he was initially running away from his attackers there was blood pouring down his back. He said he felt like he was choking to death and drowning.Post-traumatic stress disorderThe victim suffered several wounds to his back and scalp and had to have his chest drained. He spent over a week in hospital and suffered post-traumatic stress disorder.He failed his Leaving Cert and a soccer scholarship he had been offered for the US fell through as a result. Garda McGrath described the victim as a “very well thought of” boy in his local community who had previously come to the rescue of a child and an adult.Yesterday a 17-year-old, who knew the victim through school and football, was sentenced to four years detention, which was suspended in full. He was also ordered to carry out 240 hours community service within 12 months.The teenager had pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm and violent disorder at their local park in North Dublin on 19 September 2015. He has no previous convictions and has not come to garda attention since.He had hit the victim on the head and legs with a crutch in the first assault and was involved in the second attack when he used the same weapon.Last month, another 17-year-old who had repeatedly hit the victim on his leg and head with a baton, received a three year suspended term. He had also pleaded guilty to assault causing harm and violent disorder.‘World of opportunity taken away’A victim impact report from the victim and his mother was handed into court but not read out.Judge Melanie Greally said on any analysis the victim was “an outstanding young man” who was a real contributing member of the community with very bright prospects.  The judge said:He had opened up a world of opportunity, all of which have been taken from him.She accepted that his attackers were “acting under some misapprehension” that a girl had been struck by the victim but said it was “a misguided act of retaliation” and the accused had engaged in severe acts of violence in two distinct episodes.Judge Greally acknowledged that a probation report indicated that the teenager had expressed an appropriate level of remorse and shame, that he has stayed out of trouble and has a supportive family.She noted that the law states that custody is “the last resort” for a minor offender before she suspended the sentence.Comments are closed for legal reasons. Read: Teenager who took part in “terrifying” assault of Dublin boy who was stabbed avoids jail> Share19 Tweet Email By Sonya McLean Image: Shutterstock/www.BillionPhotos.com No Comments Image: Shutterstock/www.BillionPhotos.com Short URL Nov 24th 2016, 6:05 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Poll Would you log off Facebook for a month

first_img 78 Comments Short URL YesNo, I don’t want toNo, I wouldn’t be able toVoteRead: How to stop weight gain? Get a picture of what food portions look likeOperation Transformation diary: ‘I’m furious but won’t stop until I reach my target weight of 13st 5lbs’ By Gráinne Ní Aodha WOULD YOU STAY off Facebook for a day, or a week, or even a month, just to see what life is like without it? Would you be able to stay away from your account for that long?Every year, a group of people challenge themselves to get off Facebook and to get out into the real world as much as possible for the month of February.The Facebook Free February group hopes: Image: Niall Carson/PA Images http://jrnl.ie/3217781 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Niall Carson/PA Images Poll: Would you log off Facebook for a month? The Happiness Research Institute found that after one week without Facebook, people felt they wasted their time less. 21,194 Views Wednesday 1 Feb 2017, 7:45 PM Poll Results: Yes (8775) No, I don’t want to (1106) Feb 1st 2017, 7:45 PM No, I wouldn’t be able to (732) Share Tweet Email …a month of abstinence will allow people gain a better understanding of their relationship with Facebook and social media; of how it affects their friendships, their moods, their thought patterns and their interaction with the ‘real’ world.There are some studies to back this thought process up: the Happiness Research Institute in Denmark published a study called ‘The Facebook Experiment’, and among their research found:People on Facebook are 55% more likely to feel stressedPeople on Facebook are 39% more likely to feel less happy than their friendsAfter one week without Facebook, people felt they wasted their time less.The flip side of that is so much of everyday life revolves around Facebook: wedding and baby announcements; birthday notifications, and group events. The fear is that if you don’t log on – you’re missing out on something.So we’re asking: Would you stay off Facebook for a month?last_img read more

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Elderly couple found dead in Donegal home may have both fallen in

first_img By Michelle Hennessy Elderly couple found dead in Donegal home may have both fallen in bedroom A relative found the couple yesterday afternoon. Thursday 14 Mar 2019, 10:45 AM Mar 14th 2019, 10:45 AM Short URL AN ELDERLY COUPLE found dead in their home in Convoy, Co Donegal, yesterday afternoon may both have fallen.Patrick and Margaret Doherty were both found by a family member in their bedroom at about 1.30pm yesterday. The relative alerted gardaí who are now investigating the circumstances of their deaths.The man’s nephew, Liam Doherty, who is a local Sinn Féin councillor, told TheJournal.ie that from an initial assessment it looks like his uncle and aunt may both have fallen in their bedroom.His sister had found the couple when she called in to check on them and he had been next on the scene. He said it appeared Margaret may have fallen and hit her head and her husband got out of the bed and also then took a fall. Doherty said the couple were well known in the community and “kept themselves to themselves”. He said Patrick was from the area but had lived and worked in England for a number of years. He and Margaret, who was from the west of Ireland, returned to Donegal about 15 years ago to retire closer to family. Post-mortems are due to take place at Letterkenny University Hospital and gardaí have said the course of the investigation will be determined by the results.  File photo 10 Comments center_img Image: RollingNews.ie Share177 Tweet Email https://jrnl.ie/4541231 55,368 Views File photo Image: RollingNews.ie Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Exports rely on nearby markets and fuel products

first_imgGreek exports remain heavily dependent on fuel products and neighboring markets, while the country’s products appear to be losing ground in markets with great potential, such as those of the US, China and Israel, according to an analysis by the Panhellenic Exporters Association.The good news is that the losses for agricultural producers stemming from a Russian embargo have been offset by a rapid increase in exports to Ukraine, Moldova and Azerbaijan.According to exports data for the first nine months of the year, Turkey remains the main destination for Greek products, reaching 2.36 billion euros in the year to end-September, having decreased 3.1 percent on a yearly basis. There is no change in the other four markets in the top-five destinations, as Italy is still in second, followed by Germany, Bulgaria and Cyprus. The top 10 also includes Gibraltar, which is home to a number of offshore commercial firms.Greek exports are expected to drop by 2-2.5 percent this year. One contributing reason is that Italy absorbed 8.7 percent less in the first nine months of the year, totaling 1.17 billion euros. There was also a major drop in exports to the US, amounting to 19.9 percent, for a total of 574.4 million euros, while the drop was greater for China (34.9 percent) and Israel (50 percent).Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Katmai bear cams draw international audience of millions

first_imgLast year 16 million viewers glued their eyes to screens to watch a reality show with no dialogue, no celebrities, and hardly any humans.Sixteen million – that’s more viewers than the Bachelor, American Idol, or Dancing with the Stars. They tuned in to watch Explore.org’s bear cams at Katmai National Park and Preserve, where brown bears catch salmon and hang out at Brooks Falls.The cams went live for their fourth summer.Download Audio:Holly, a favorite among cam viewers, with her cubs – one biological, one adopted. (Photo courtesy Tina Crowe, NPS)Last year 16 million viewers glued their eyes to screens to watch a reality show with no dialogue, no celebrities, and hardly any humans.Sixteen million – that’s more viewers than the Bachelor, American Idol, or Dancing with the Stars. They tuned in to watch Explore.org’s bear cams at Katmai National Park and Preserve, where brown bears catch salmon and hang out at Brooks Falls.The cams went live for their fourth summer.In the days before the cam went live this season, the comment section on the website felt like the long bus ride to summer camp. Returners were catching up with old friends, swapping stories from last year, getting excited and  impatient.They were ready to see some bears. “I can’t wait! I’m itching to see the bears again”That’s 68-year-old artist and writer Dicky Neely. “That’s D-I-C-K-Y N-E-E-L-Y, I live in Corpus Christi, Texas.”I found Neely because he’d posted some of his artwork on the website — a drawing of a big goofy bear with its nose up against a camera. Neely first found his way to Explore.org last year, looking for surfing videos.“I’m an old surfer, but I’m disabled now and I can’t surf anymore, so I’m home a lot. So I was looking for surf cams and I stumbled on the bear cam. So I clicked on it. And the first thing I saw was a mother bear swimming down the river, with another dark shape on its back… They finally got to shore and the little cub was jumping around and looked so happy to be alive and to be a little bear… it made such an impression on me!”“How how often do you watch the cams?”“Well, every day, sometimes for hours. Of course sometimes I just leave it on and do other things.”“Well I was struck by how many people were on the comment section just kinda hanging out and talking with each other… it’s like this community?”“Yeah, it is, it’s social thing – I don’t get into that as much, I don’t like to just have conversations online… Although, whenever I post artwork, or I do post a comment occasionally, people respond and I usually write back. But, I’ve made friends with some people that watch it. There’s a fellow in Germany, he’s become famous I guess as the bear watcher, named Juergen, and I sent him some of my artwork.”“Did you know there were 16 million people watching the bear cam last year?”“No, I had no idea! 16 million, that’s really something…”I went to an expert to find out how all these remote viewers are affecting the day-to-day at Brooks Camp.“My name is Roy Wood, I’m the Chief of Interpretation at Katmai Park and Preserve.”Wood is known affectionately by the bear cam followers as Ranger Roy. He says these viewers are from nearly every country on the planet:“– with just a few exceptions… I think like Yemen had no visitors, and Syria had no visitors and that’s not really surprising. But last year the major surprise was that India moved way way up the list. India is now the third largest viewer of the bear cams, and Pakistan is the 5th largest viewer. And this was really surprising to us because we don’t see very many people from those two countries in person or on the webcam chat boards.”Nor does he see many visitors from the Vatican City. But he says, 45 people are watching from there, too.“My sincere hope is that the Pope is watching the bear cams along with the rest of the world.”In the pre-cam days, Wood says, he would give his presentations out on the platforms in Brooks Camp, talking with a handful of people at a time. Now he says a single talk might reach up to 15 thousand people: “The first time we saw those numbers just ticking up like that it was kind of scary because you’re used to dealing with 15-20 people in front of you at any one time,”says Wood. “To see thousands just brings a different feel to it.”So what is it about these bear cams that is so universally appealing?“Well one thing that was somewhat surprising was how readily people would grasp the idea that bears are individuals.”There might be 50-70 bears each season at Brooks Camp. There’s so many, Wood says it can be hard for people on the ground to tell one bear from another. “But these bear cam people, some of them are just amazing at their bear identification and observational skills. They’re picking up on things that a trained observer at Brooks Camp doesn’t always pick up on.”Wood says it’s exciting to have all these extra sets of eyes on the bears. It means when something unusual or interesting happens, they’re less likely to miss it.“So that’s been really cool that they’ve been jumping in as citizen scientists and really helping us learn more and document more about the bears here.”To Wood, this is a great success of the bear cam videos.“There aren’t many people who are moved to action from just watching TV. But the cams ARE moving people to action, and we’re very proud of that.”Back in Corpus Christi, Dicky Neely says spending so much time watching the cams has changed the way he views bears. “I don’t know how you could watch those bears for any length of time and still regard them as the dangerous, killer, ferocious animals eager to rip humans apart… Because you can see their normal behavior is not vicious or anything like that.”Maybe the big difference between bear cam fans and fans of mainstream TV. Unlike fans of Survivor or the Bachelor, the bear cam people aren’t waiting for a catfight, or for someone to make a fool of themselves. They just want to see bears doing what bears do.“Well I just wanna see a good season with a lot of salmon, lot of bears, wanna see the bears succeed, be healthy, successfully hibernate again, and just continue with their life cycle, undisturbed, that’s what I wanna see.”According to Ranger Roy, the bear cams are here to stay. And as long as the bears are in Katmai, there will be bear cam people around the world rooting for them.Watch the bears yourself on Explore.org.last_img read more

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HC seeks CBIs response on businessmans plea in Rakesh Asthana

first_imgNEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court Thursday asked CBI to respond to a plea by a businessman in a bribery case, allegedly involving the agency’s former special director Rakesh Asthana, seeking permission to travel to Dubai where his family resides. Justice A K Pathak issued a notice to the CBI on the plea of Someshwar Srivastav, who said he was residing in Dubai along with his wife and children and has been in India after being called to join the investigation in the case. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us The court listed the matter for further hearing on July 25. Srivastav is the brother of alleged middleman Manoj Prasad, also an accused in the case. Senior advocate N Hariharan, representing Srivastav, said he came to India in January and has cooperated in the investigation and did not default even once. The council said Srivastav was asked by the investigating officer of the case to not return to Dubai without prior permission and he had sent an email to CBI seeking permission to Dubai to meet his family. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us He said his residency rights would be curtailed if he remains out of country (Dubai) beyond July 12, 2019, for a continuous period of six months. In case residency rights are revoked, his children will be removed from the school and family will be deported, he claimed. The council claimed that Srivastav has no source of income in India and his family is surviving on savings there. Advertise With Us The CBI had registered an FIR in October last year, alleging that Srivastav and Prasad acted as middlemen on behalf of Asthana and tried to save Hyderabad-based businessman Sana Satish Babu from CBI action in the case against controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi. The FIR was registered on the complaint of Babu. The CBI FIR alleged that Srivastav and Prasad were in touch with an official from RAW who was in contact with Asthana. Asthana was booked on the allegations of criminal conspiracy, corruption and criminal misconduct under relevant sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act. CBI DSP Devender Kumar, earlier the investigating officer in a case involving Qureshi, was arrested on the allegations of forgery in recording the statement of Sana, who had allegedly paid a bribe to get relief in the case. He was arrested on October 22, 2018, and granted bail on October 31. The high court had in January dismissed the pleas of Asthana, Kumar and Prasad seeking quashing of the FIR against them. In May, the court had allowed the CBI plea seeking an extension of time by four months to complete investigation in the case.last_img read more

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The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Looks Good Running on

first_img Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Controller Patent Teases SNES Games on Switch Stay on target Because nothing is sacred in this world, a group of programmers have gotten The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to run on PC. This project began shortly after the game’s release. At the time, the programmers believed it would take months to get the game running properly. This makes sense given all of the different mechanics within the game. As you’ll see, the group has made tremendous progress since then.This is all possible thanks to a program called CEMU, which allows Wii U games to run on PC. In the beginning, the group was only able to show the game’s opening cave. Now, there is more of the game to show off. As you can see, it runs almost as well as it does on Wii U. While this emulated Breath of the Wild suffers from frame rate drops, so does the Wii U version. Minor hitches aside, the team has done an impressive job porting the game over so far.CEMU is funded through Patreon. It has gained many backers in the last two weeks. At the beginning of the month, CEMU had 1857 backers donating a collective $7782 a month. It now has 5135 backers who are donating $22k a month. Backers gain early access to the latest versions of CEMU. Patrons will get Version 1.7.7 on April 2, while the public will get it on April 9.While this is all extremely impressive, we know how this story usually ends. Nintendo could easily pull the plug on this game the instant it goes live. However, there are still groups out there running Nintendo games on PC via programs like the Dolphin emulator. Will this version of Breath of the Wild suffer the same fate as AM2R and Pokemon Uranium? Who knows? But if it does manage to be released, it will ironically enough be the best version of the game.Want to learn more? Here’s everything you need to know about the Nintendo Switch.Buy it now!The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendo SwitchEssential Nintendo Switch Accessorieslast_img read more

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ESPN Deemed Cammys Thong Inappropriate for Broadcast TV

first_imgStay on target A funny thing happened during this past weekend’s EVO fighting game tournament. Cammy player Ryota “Kazunoko” Inoue was asked by ESPN to change his character’s costume halfway through a match. Why did this happen? Apparently, Cammy’s world-famous butt cheeks were unfit for live TV.As described on Kotaku, an EVO staffer stopped Kazunoko’s match after the first round and had him, and opponent Nuckledu go back to the character selection screen. Kazunoko switched to a costume that had Cammy wearing a dress instead of her signature thong. Kazunoko’s wasn’t sure why he was asked to change his costume, but ESPN confirmed to Compete that the “request was made per broadcast standards.”A similar incident happened at last year’s EVO, where Keita “Fuudo” Ai was asked to change the costume of his character, R. Mika. As you may know, this wrestling protege also wears a revealing thong. As with Kazunoko, Fuudo was allowed to resume his finals match after he switched to a more conservative costume.AdChoices广告Fun fact: Fuudo was required to use the “Story 1” costume after his first match because the default was deemed too revealing by ESPN.— Ryan Harvey (@fubarduck) July 18, 2016What’s amusing about this story is how these strict broadcast standards apply to characters that aren’t even real. Sure, the current incarnations of Cammy and R. Mika are rendered more realistically than they were in the 90’s. At the end of the day, however, their booties aren’t flesh and blood. It’s also interesting how ESPN is perfectly fine showing volleyball (a sport where competitors show a ton of skin) but is afraid to show digital derrieres?With all that said, having competitors use less offensive costumes isn’t too much to ask for. After all, Cammy could be dressed up like a nun still play exactly the same way. Don’t be surprised if this ends up happening again at next year’s EVO.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. ‘God Eater 3’ on Switch Brings Franchise Back to Its Roots‘Devil May Cry 5’s’ Kylo Ren Mod Is Angst Overload last_img read more

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Marquezs classic comes alive

first_imgFans of Gabriel Garcia Marquez can look forward to a rare performance of a play based on the iconic writer’s novella Chronicle of a Death Foretold in the national capital. A collaborative work by Manjari Kaul and Promona Sengupta, the performance is an unusual combination of the use of storytelling technique and characters’ first person accounts that are sometimes varying, some similar, some shaky, at times minutely detailed and some fading recollection of the murder of Santiago Nasar, the organisers said. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The adaptation of the play was organised by The Improper Fractions in association with Instituto Cervantes, Penguin Random House and India International Centre on April 30. Chronicle Of A Death Foretold, first published in 1981, speaks about the mysterious death of a young man, and chronologically retraces the situations that led to this baffling murder. The novella commences on the deceptively harmless morning of the day when Santiago Nasar was murdered. The story then retraces backwards, introducing Angela Vicario and Bayardo San Roman, a couple about to get married. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixIt is then disclosed, that on their wedding night, Roman discovers that Angela is not a virgin and returns her to her maiden house. Upon investigating, Angela’s twin brothers discover that Santiago Nasar is the man responsible for this disgraceful situation, and they set out to kill him. The day Nasar dies is the same day the Bishop comes to town to bless the newly wedded couple. In the chaos and excitement that accompany the anticipation of the Bishop’s arrival, a series of unheeded warnings and events unfold that ultimately lead to the Vicario brothers stabbing Nasar on his front door. The Vicario family leaves town, and the brothers are ultimately imprisoned for three years. Angela, who realized that she had fallen in love with Roman the night he returned her home, decides to write him letters every week. Chronicle Of A Death Foretold? was adapted into a Spanish film in 1987, and was later adapted into a Broadway musical in 1995. Marquez who also wrote Love in the Time of Cholera, No One Writes to the Colonel, The General in His Labyrinth, and The Autumn of the Patriarch besides his epic 1967 novel One Hundred Years of Solitude died at the age of 87.last_img read more

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Japan dolphin hunt goes on after slaughter

first_imgRelated posts:Kennedy remarks on dolphin kill catches Tokyo off guard One of Sea Shepherd’s missions in Costa Rica: Protecting whales Top UN court orders Japan to end Antarctic whale hunt Little has changed 1 year after slaying of Costa Rica conservationist Jairo Mora TOKYO – Japanese fishermen were out at sea attempting to trap more dolphins on Wednesday, campaigners said, after the bloody slaughter of dozens of the animals the previous day was hidden from view behind screens.Clouds of blood drifted through the waters of the cove in Taiji on Tuesday as metal spikes were driven into the spinal columns of bottlenose dolphins that had been trapped for several days, environmentalists said.Activists from the militant Sea Shepherd group, who are keeping vigil at the site in western Japan, said several dozen animals were killed behind specially-erected tarpaulin sheets.Video footage from the group showed fishermen in wet suits grappling with the dolphins as they herded them into the screened-off area. This handout photo taken on Jan. 20, 2014 by environmentalist group Sea Shepherd Conservation Society shows bottlenose dolphins trapped by fishermen in the Japanese town of Taiji. The mass slaughter of the animals came to worldwide attention with the Oscar-winning film “The Cove.” (Sea Shepherd Conservation Society)The group said on its Facebook page that 41 animals had been killed so far, and 52 had been removed from the cove.It says the fishermen sell the captive creatures to aquariums and dolphinariums, sometimes for six-figure sums.A further 130-140 had been driven back out to sea after the slaughter.On Wednesday the hunters’ boats were out on the ocean looking for more pods, the group said on its Twitter feed, but added that the dolphin group they had been chasing had got away.The mass slaughter of the animals came to worldwide attention with the Oscar-winning 2009 film “The Cove,” which graphically showed the cull in the bay at Taiji.Local officials say the slaughter is an economic necessity for an area that has little else in the way of industry and accuse campaigners of cultural insensitivity.They insist they no longer use the bloody killing methods depicted in “The Cove,” but employ a more “humane” technique in which the dolphins’ spinal cords are severed, causing instant death.However, the hunt continues to provoke strong reactions, especially in the West, although Japan defends the practice as a traditional – and legal – fishing method that is vital to the local economy.Criticism on Twitter from U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy that said she was “deeply concerned by inhumaneness” was met with a curt response from Tokyo, which said dolphins are an “important marine resource, which should be sustainably used based on scientific data.” This handout photo taken on Jan. 17, 2014 by environmentalist group Sea Shepherd Conservation Society shows a baby albino bottlenose dolphin, center, with its mother as a superpod of the mammals is driven into a cove in the Japanese town of Taiji. (Sea Shepherd Conservation Society) Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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Qantas justifies route cuts

first_img“Unfortunately we can’t insulate WA from the need for hard decisions.” Mr Joyce has been criticised recently by unions and economists for allowing the Qantas share price to drop to record lows, cutting back on expansion and creating a fiscal atmosphere where 5000 jobs need to be cut to help balance the airline’s books.  However, Qantas would still operate seasonal services on the Perth to Auckland route and the Perth to Singapore route. In a speech to the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Western Australia, Mr Joyce said that the airline offered more connections than ever before through its alliance networks and Jetstar, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. Qantas Airways chief executive officer, Alan Joyce, has justified no longer operating year round international services from Perth by saying that the company can no longer run them profitably. Source = ETB News: Tom Nealecenter_img The A380s will be flown on the Perth to east coast routes and will feature business class suites with lie flat beds. Mr Joyce also said that Perth would be one of the main beneficiaries of the Qantas’ decision to upgrade its A380 fleet starting in December 2014. “We are removing $2 billion of costs over the next three years. This is one of the biggest reform programs in corporate history, “I recognise that Perth has been affected by the withdrawal of some Qantas International routes – routes that were unprofitable,” Mr Joyce said.last_img read more

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