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BC mining company needs to be held accountable for massive spill

first_imgAPTN National NewsAs details emerge around the massive tailings pond breach in British Columbia it’s been learned the mining company was warned at least twice in the last five years about the pond in question.Mining engineer and a director of Sierra Club Canada Gabriela Rappell joined APTN National News from Ottawa and said the spill could have “huge impacts” on the environment for many years to come, including the local salmon stock.Rappell also believes the BC government needs to take “ strong action” to ensure the company is on the hook for the spill.last_img read more

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Côte dIvoire UN mission highlights next steps to longawaited elections

4 March 2010The United Nations mission in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) is closely monitoring efforts to establish a government – including an independent electoral commission – and to resume plans for long-awaited elections in the West African country, where a political crisis following the dissolution of the government last month sparked deadly street protests. At a press conference today in Zouan Hounien, 750 kilometres outside Abidjan, UNOCI Spokesperson Hamadoun Toure outlined the remaining tasks in the electoral process that has been repeatedly derailed since 2005 when presidential polls were originally scheduled. The first task was the resumption of the appeals process on registration on the provisional electoral list throughout the country, Mr. Toure said about the remaining challenges. “The achievement of this operation will lead to the second crucial stage which is the production of the definitive electoral list,” which will be followed by the production and distribution of identity and voters’ cards, Mr. Toure added.The presidential polls will go a long way to ending years of instability and stalemate following a civil war that divided the country into a rebel-held north and Government-controlled south in 2002.Mr. Toure appealed for commitment to ensure that “sensitive phases of the electoral process take place in a calm atmosphere and in accordance with the agreed rules.” UNOCI will continue to provide various forms of support to ensure that the tasks are carried out and open, fair, free and transparent elections are successfully organized, he added.Since the latest political crisis erupted, UN officials, particularly the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Côte d’Ivoire and head of UNOCI, Y. J. Choi, have been meeting with key actors to keep the electoral process moving. read more

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Proposal to pipe oil sands crude to Quebec refineries would barely benefit

MONTREAL — A new report says proposals to pipe oil sands crude to Quebec refineries would only deliver negligible economic benefits to the province.An economist who co-authored the study says job creation and spinoffs from several active pipeline-and-processing proposals would be insignificant to Quebec’s overall economy.At the same time, Brigid Rowan says a pipeline accident could cost lives and put taxpayers on the hook for billions of dollars — particularly if a spill takes place in an urban area like Toronto or Montreal.The report was conducted by California-based consulting firm The Goodman Group Ltd. at the request of the Greenpeace and Equiterre environmental organizations.The study examined possible economic advantages of the Energy East pipeline project by TransCanada Corp., a plan by Suncor Energy Inc. to enable its Montreal refinery to process thick oil sands bitumen and the Line 9 reversal by Enbridge.Rowan argues that even if all of these projects moved forward, they would generate few long-term jobs in Quebec.She also says while refiners would likely benefit from the lower-priced crude, the savings probably wouldn’t be passed on to consumers at the pump.Earlier this year, the National Energy Board approved Enbridge’s controversial plan to reverse the flow and increase the capacity of Line 9, a project that would transport crude eastward to refineries in Ontario and Montreal.The board said its decision would allow Enbridge to “react to market forces and provide benefits to Canadians, while at the same time implementing the project in a safe and environmentally sensitive manner.”The federal government welcomed the decision, saying the project would protect high-quality refining jobs in Quebec, open new markets for oil producers in Western Canada and replace more-expensive foreign crude.Opponents of the Line 9 project often highlight Enbridge’s 2010 spill in Michigan, where 20,000 barrels of crude leaked into the Kalamazoo River. read more

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US terminates antidumping probe on Sri Lankan rubber products

The US announced investigations on 21 February after a US manufacturer of rubber bands filled an anti-dumping and countervailing duty petition at the US Department of Commerce (USDOC) and US International Trade Commission (USITC) alleging that producers and exporters of rubber bands in Sri Lanka, Thailand and China are selling their products in the US market at less than normal value (dumping) and also, they have benefited from subsidies provided by respective Governments. The petitioner further alleged that these imports cause material injury or threaten material injury to the domestic rubber industry of the United States and requested the USDOC for an investigation aiming at imposition of anti-dumping / countervailing duty on imports as per the Anti-dumping and countervailing Duty Laws of the United States. On 21 February 2018, the US announced the initiation of new anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations to determine whether rubber bands from China, Sri Lanka, and Thailand were being dumped in the United States or if producers in China, Sri Lanka, and Thailand are receiving unfair subsidies. ITCUS’ Chairman Rhonda K. Schmidtlein, Vice Chairman David S. Johanson, and Commissioners Irving A. Williamson and Meredith M. Broadbent made a finding of negligibility with respect to Sri Lanka, but voted affirmative for investigations with respect to China and Thailand. Based on the petition, the USDOC and USITC initiated parallel anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations on imports of Rubber Bands from Sri Lanka, Thailand and China on 21st February 2018.The Department of Commerce of Sri Lanka in collaboration with the Attorney General’s Department and the affected exporters in Sri Lanka made number of submissions to the US Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission in the preliminary investigation stage rebutting the petitioner’s claims.The main argument of the Sri Lankan was that Sri Lanka’s value and volume of export of rubber bands (the petitioned merchandise) to the US falls below the minimum threshold to initiate an anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigation as specified in the WTO Agreements. Accordingly, the ITC in the preliminary based investigation, has now determined that imports from Sri Lanka of the product was negligible in value terms. (Colombo Gazette) The United States has terminated the anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations on imports of rubber products from Sri Lanka, the Ministry of Industry and Commerce said.The Ministry of Industry and Commerce said that the decision to terminate anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations on imports of rubber products from Sri Lanka was taken at a vote held at the International Trade Commission (ITC) in the US. read more

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Applications for US unemployment aid mostly unchanged at 326000 total recipients fall

by Christopher S. Rugaber, The Associated Press Posted Jan 23, 2014 6:37 am MDT Applications for US unemployment aid mostly unchanged at 326,000; total recipients fall In this Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, photo, job seekers sign in before meeting prospective employers during a career fair at a hotel in Dallas. The Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims, on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (AP Photo/LM Otero) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits ticked up 1,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 326,000, a level consistent with steady job gains.The Labor Department says the four-week average, a less volatile measure, fell for the third straight week to 331,500. Both figures are close to pre-recession levels and suggest that companies are laying off few workers.One sour note in the report: Nearly 1.4 million people who have been unemployed longer than six months lost benefits in the week that ended Jan. 4, the latest period for which figures are available. That’s because an emergency program that provided extended benefits expired Dec. 28.The number of recipients fell to 3.7 million from 4.7 million in the previous week. About 300,000 people began receiving unemployment benefits in the week ended Jan. 4.The total number of beneficiaries was already falling steadily even before the cutoff: More than 5.6 million people were receiving aid a year ago.President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats pushed to extend the emergency program for another three months. But they couldn’t reach agreement with Republicans, who wanted to cut spending to offset the $6 billion estimated cost. The extended benefits had been available since 2008.The program provided up to 47 extra weeks of aid, paid for by the federal government. It offered payments averaging $256 a week to people who had exhausted their state benefits, which typically last for six months.Economists predict that the expired benefits will cause the unemployment rate to fall by as much as a quarter of percentage point in early 2014. The decrease will likely happen because many of the former recipients will give up on their job searches, which are required in order to receive benefits.As a result, they will no longer be counted as unemployed. The government counts people as unemployed only if they are looking for work.The unemployment rate fell last month to 6.7 per cent from 7 per cent. Much that decrease came from 347,000 unemployed workers leaving the workforce. A mere 74,000 jobs were created in December, after average monthly gains of 214,000 new jobs in the previous four months.There are signs that economic growth is accelerating. Consumer confidence and retail spending have picked up in the October-December quarter. Orders to U.S. manufacturers rose in November, a sign that businesses are investing more on factory-made items such as machinery, computers and electrical goods. Factory output rose for a fifth straight month in December.The economy is still far from healthy. Income rose at a slower pace than spending last month, which means Americans are spending more but saving less. And sales of existing homes have dropped for three straight months, held back by higher prices and mortgage rates.Still, many economists have become more optimistic about the October-December quarter. Several are predicting a solid annual growth rate of 3 per cent or more. That’s up from estimates a month ago of as low as 1.5 per cent. read more

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Press Officer Digital

Purpose of the Post:To play an active part of the SMMT Communications team, promoting SMMT and the UK automotive industry to ensure a positive public profile through media coverage and events.To take a lead on identifying, developing and delivering constantly changing news content across SMMT websites and social media with the aim of boosting traffic. This could cover news, features, audio, video, infographics etc.To promote the SMMT group and UK automotive sector issues, events and activities through digital media channels.To build and maintain positive media relationships and respond efficiently and effectively to media enquiries to support the delivery of a first-class press office service.To build and maintain positive relationships with SMMT members and support the delivery of communications to appropriate member groups.Qualifications/Skills/Attributes required:Experience of creating and editing content to suit different audiences (such as media relations, news, features, audio, video, infographics)Experience/knowledge of WordPress- based websites, SEO and social mediaFirst-class written and verbal English skills. Ability to write high standard quotes and press releasesStrong interpersonal abilities and the ability to forge and maintain relationships.A positive and enthusiastic approach to team work.Ability to work on own initiative and under pressure to deliver to tight deadlines.Outstanding organisational skills and the ability to multi-task.A clear understanding of media requirements.A clear understanding of SMMT’s role in the industry, and member requirements.An understanding of automotive issues, the national news agenda and public affairs.Competent IT skills –Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and web browsers.Confidentiality and diplomacy.Main duties include:Help to develop and uphold a digital and social media strategy to promote the work of SMMT. Assist, where needed with other SMMT Group digital properties (Motor Codes, Industry Forum) and the Automotive Council.Identify, produce and edit news and other content, ensuring messages and branding is consistent with the broader communications activity.Ensure all relevant web content is coordinated and effectively communicated through the site homepages and all digital channels (websites, social media, blogs etc).Identify and activate opportunities to develop the SMMT group’s digital media activity to support the delivery of SMMT’s business objectives.Liaise with the IT department on any day-to-day developments of SMMT’s websites. [Note: The IT and Membership department are responsible for the functionality of the members area of the website and anything beyond the login process]Produce regular statistics and reports on the use of all digital media channels.Work with other press office members to respond effectively and efficiently to media enquiries of all types, facilitating spokespeople for comment as appropriate and in accordance with SMMT policy.Under the guidance of the Director of Communications and International and/or the Senior Media Manager, project management of specific issues, developing key messages and activity plans to deliver the appropriate profile for the issue, SMMT and member companies.Play an active part in monthly press releases on car registrations, manufacturing and pre-registration figures and writing other press releases and articles as required. To both domestic and international mediaProactively build and maintain media relationships, identifying news angles and pitching stories continuously striving to increase SMMT’s media profile.Liaise with members’ and stakeholders’ PR departments to improve the flow of information.Ensure relevant media information is disseminated internally at SMMT and to SMMT members.Other duties as required.Please note, the role may require out of hours work including media calls and event attendance. There is a duty press office rota for the press team.Salary and benefits package:The package includes private medical insurance, company pension scheme, flexi time, 25 days annual leave, childcare vouchers, interest free season ticket loan (after 6 months).Deadline for Applications:22 May 2015Method of Application:Prospective candidates should e-mail with a CV and covering letter quoting your salary expectations.Early applications are encouraged as interviews will take place and the position offered before this date if a suitable candidate is found.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

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BMA accused of toothless omnishambles over strike tactics

first_imgSenior doctors also gave their support to the decision, which followed repeated warnings from senior officials and medics about the risks such action could cause.But hundreds of junior doctors have turned on the union, with many threatening to resign their membership and others calling on union chiefs to step down.On doctors’ social media forums, some medics accused the BMA of a “betrayal” of junior doctors for suddenly abandoning the strikes just 10 days before the walkouts were due to begin.Others criticised the union for ever contemplating such extreme measures without balloting members to see if they were prepared to take part in such actions. protesting doctor  Yesterday her deputy, Dr Pete Campbell, said the committee was unable to continue with a plan of action “which all of the feedback said was wrong”.“The feedback from junior doctors and our colleagues showed their concerns about patient safety and proportionality of the plan,” he wrote in a forum for junior doctors, which acknowledged widespread “anger and fear”.Fellow committee member Dr Bala Karunakaran said the decision followed “robust agonising.”He said: “We had a lot of evidence presented to us. We had surveys of members. We had feedback from LNC [local negotiating committee] reps who had previously organised and led the local pickets. We had public opinion polls as well as feedback from public and patients,” he wrote.Several doctors accused the union of not being transparent about its decisions. Dr Rishi Dhir, an orthopaedic registrar who wanted the strikes to go ahead, said union members had not been given information to justify the chance of stance.The doctor, part of a small pressure group called the Junior Doctors Alliance, said: “We’re calling on the BMA to be more transparent in its decisions and accountable to around 100,000 members, who each pay £400 a year in subscription fees.” The British Medical Association is facing a backlash from furious junior doctors over its decision to scrap a series of crippling strikes.Angry medics who backed five day walkouts have turned on the union, calling it “toothless” and accusing it of presiding over an “omnishambles” in its handling of the long-running industrial dispute.The union’s junior doctors committee (JDC) on Sunday began crisis talks to attempt to plan new forms of protests against a new contract.It followed the suspension of strikes on Saturday night, after an all-day meeting of the committee.Medics at the meeting said they had scrutinised public opinion polling, and surveys of junior doctors, before coming to the conclusion that the strikes should be stopped.The committee, led by Dr Ellen McCourt, has said it will instead plan “alternative forms of resistance”, but refused to say what such protests could involve. And several attacked the union for repeated changes of strategy, one calling the BMA “a laughing stock” while others said it was attempting to humiliate its members by endlessly changing tack.  “What annoys me is not the decision but the clear lack of a plan,” wrote one. “Seems like a bunch of kids trying to play politics with grown ups.”Plans for four five-day strikes from September to Christmas were drawn up by Dr McCourt in August, even though she had previously described the contract as “safe” and “fair”.The first strike, which was due to take place earlier this month, had already been axed after a major backlash about the safety risks of the action. Five-day strikes had been scheduled to start on October 5th Credit:Christopher Pledger ‘We had a lot of evidence presented to us. We had surveys of members. We had public opinion polls as well as feedback from public and patients’Dr Bala Karunakaran, BMA junior doctors committee A High Court judgement on the Justice for Health case against the junior doctors’ contract will be published on Wednesday Credit:Alexander Christie  justice for health  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. On Sunday the JDC’s executive held an all-day meeting to discuss possible actions against a contract which comes into operation next week.Options could include “work to rule” or attempts at legal action. The contract is already subject to a judicial review, with a High Court judgment due to be made on Wednesday.The announcement of the suspension of strikes prompted delight from patients groups, who said the public would be relieved at the lifting of the threat.last_img read more

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Bahamas Police denies suspect hide out in TCI

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, August 15, 2017 – Providenciales  – As the Royal Bahamas Police Force anti corruption unit continues to gain momentum and make arrests of Bahamian politicians and other public sector managers for alleged extortion and bribery, a report over the weekend suggested that a former manager of the now embattled #UrbanRenewal project of Grand Bahama was here in the Turks and Caicos.The circulated report went as far as to name the individual and who in the TCI had to assist Bahamian Police with the capture and deportation of the woman.    #MagneticMedia late Tuesday night contacted Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police in The Bahamas, Stephen Dean who confirmed that the story is bogus; no truth he said, all lies.Yesterday, in Nassau’s magistrate court an #NIB Manager was charged with bribery and corruption, so far three former PLP Members of Parliament and Ministers have been slammed with charges of malfeasance while in public office. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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Zika virus FDA recommends ban on blood collections from affected areas

first_imgThe US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recommended that blood no longer be collected from regions where the Zika virus is circulating, and that blood needed for transfusions be obtained from areas of the United States without active transmission. The agency said blood banks can continue collecting and preparing platelets and plasma if an FDA-approved pathogen-reduction technology is used. Current pathogen-reduction technology is not approved to treat whole red blood.The FDA also formally endorsed recommendations made by the American Association of Blood Banks that donors at risk for Zika virus be deferred from donating blood for weeks. Those people include those who have had symptoms suggestive of Zika virus during the previous four weeks, those who have had sexual contact with a person who has travelled to, or resided in, an area with active Zika virus transmission during the prior three months, and those who have travelled to areas with active transmission of Zika during the past four weeks.While there have been no reports of Zika entering the US blood supply, the risk of blood transmission is considered likely based on scientific evidence of how Zika and similar viruses spread, the agency said. The FDA issued these guidelines to ensure that blood banks defer blood donations, since about four out of five of those infected do not show symptoms.last_img read more

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Narayana Murthy again publicly criticises Infosys board says he is disappointed

first_imgInfosys co-founder N R Narayana MurthyREUTERS/Bobby YipInfosys co-founder Narayana Murthy is back in news, and for the same old reason. The 71-year-old co-founder has hit back at the company board again, saying that he was “disappointed”.Murthy highlighted that the board has still not addressed questions that he raised in August about poor governance and excessive severance payments.This comes when the company is proactively looking to hire a chief executive officer (CEO) to replace Vishal Sikka after his unceremonious ouster in mid-August.Sikka stepped aside citing criticism from the co-founders over strategy and compensation.”I cannot carry out my job as CEO and continue to create value, while also constantly defending against unrelenting, baseless/malicious and increasingly personal attacks,” Sikka had written after resigning.The fresh clash between Murthy and the company board could hamper the board’s efforts to recruit a new leader as the CEO of India’s second-largest software exporter.”I stand by every question on poor governance raised in my speech to Infosys investors dated 29 August 2017. The fact remains that none of these questions have been answered by the Infosys board with the transparency it deserves. I am disappointed,” Murthy wrote in the statement.Earlier, the Bengaluru-based company’s founders had questioned Sikka’s compensation, which totalled Rs 48.7 crore. They have also criticised severance payments to other executives.After Sikka’s exist, the company’s board has witnessed a rejig, and another co-founder, Nandan Nilekani, made a comeback after eight years as the non-executive chairman to chair the board.”We are concerned this continued meddling even after the management/board refresh will do collateral damage to Infosys’ image in the on-going CEO search. The situation is back to square one with [Murthy] repeatedly questioning/undermining decisions of the board,” Mint quoted Sudheer Guntupalli, an analyst with Ambit Capital, as saying.Murthy had earlier questioned Sikka over a 2015 acquisition of Israeli automation-tech company Panaya. A whistleblower had subsequently written to the company saying that the deal was overpricedAfter Nilekani took charge on August 25, he had said in the first meeting that the non-executive chairman would get a full briefing on these investigations and the appropriate course of action would then be decided.But, while announcing the quarterly result on Tuesday, Nilekani rejected any review of the investigations into various allegations of wrongdoing at the top management level.”I believe all stakeholders acted out of a strong passion for Infosys, wanting what they believed to be the best for the company and to see it succeed. In light of my review of these matters, I am fully persuaded, as is the entire board, that the conclusions of the independent investigations are correct. This board and I are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and will deal promptly and decisively with any governance issues should they ever come up in the future,” Nilekani said in a statement. Nandan NilekaniReuterslast_img read more

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PS4 owners are having difficulty connecting to the PlayStation Network

first_imgA few days ago Jack Tretton, president of Sony, commented that the company wasn’t at all concerned about how popular the PS4 was going to be on launch today. In fact, they are even expecting 3 million sales before 2013 was over. But they were keeping a close eye on the PlayStation Network due to the demand a console launch would place on it.Sure enough, the need to connect your PS4 to PSN in order to get that 308MB day one patch is taking its toll, and gamers are reporting connection issues. Sony has confirmed that an “extremely high volume” of traffic is causing problems and that gamers should be patient.If you are one of those gamers, then you are probably seeing the error codes E-80E80034 or NW-31453-6, which relate to a lost network connection. But don’t despair, although the connection error will stop you playing or downloading games online for now, it won’t stop you getting the day one patch. That’s because Sony allows you to download it to a USB stick instead and install the update manually without PSN being involved.The connection loss is going to be a short term problem, and Sony is most likely adding extra capacity to its network as we speak. Even if that isn’t happening, the rush to update the PS4 will drop off as the day and weekend progress. The next burst of very high traffic will come in two weeks when the console launches across Europe.last_img read more

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Report UK Airports Invest Millions in AntiDrone Tech

first_img UPS Wants to Bring Drone Deliveries to U.S. HospitalsWatch: Drone Captures Great White Sharks Interacting Off Cape Cod (1/2) It is totally unacceptable to fly drones close to airports and anyone flouting the rules can face severe penalties including imprisonment. Anyone operating a drone must do so responsibly and observe all relevant rules and regulations…#Gatwick #Gatwick_Airport— UK Civil Aviation Authority (@UK_CAA) December 20, 2018Gatwick airports did not immediately respond to Geek’s request for comment.More on Receives World’s First Drone-Delivered VaccineWatch: Drone Helps Rescue Deer From Frozen LakeThis Horror Movie is About a Possessed Killer DroneEditor’s note: This article was updated at 11:15 a.m. ET with comment from Heathrow Airport. Heathrow and Gatwick airports are stocking up on anti-drone equipment, according to The Guardian.The UK’s busiest airfields have invested millions of pounds in military-grade drone-fighting gear after a UAV disruption grounded some 1,000 flights in and out of Gatwick last month.With a little help from the British Armed Forces (and possibly the Israeli-developed Drone Dome counter-unmanned aircraft system [C-UAS]), Gatwick officials were able to eliminate the threat and reopen its runways in time for Christmas.There is no word yet on exactly what equipment has been installed in England since then; a spokeswoman told The Guardian that airport owners instituted a similar before the end of the year.Other UK airports, the newspaper said, are expected to announce “significant investment” in anti-drone practices, though not all at the same scale as the London hubs.The dramatic-sounding Drone Dome can track devices as far as six miles away. Some models (though not the one reportedly used by the UK military) also destroy offending drones with a laser beam.“The safety of our passengers and colleagues remains our top priority. Working closely with relevant authorities including the [Metropolitan] Police, we are constantly looking at the best technologies that help remove the threat of drones,” a spokeswoman for Heathrow told the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 19, Gatwick shut down operations following reports of drones flying over the airfield. The runway briefly reopened at 3 a.m. the next morning, but closed 45 minutes later after another sighting.Reports continued trickling in through the day on Thursday, forcing Gatwick to remain closed and reroute inbound flights to alternative airports as far away as Amsterdam and Paris.In the UK, it is illegal to fly a drone within 1 km (0.62 miles) of an airport or airfield boundary, and could cost the operator five years in prison.center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more

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Forget tents and go glamping in these camping pods

first_imgThere’s no better way to get back to basics and really unwind than camping. But sometimes you do crave a fresh cup of coffee in the morning or a heater when it gets a bit chilly. These camping pods sort all that and more.We went to the Brighton Caravan and Motorhome Club Site to try one for the weekend – and to make the most of Britain’s gay seaside capital.Glamping in a podIf you can imagine a tent designed by a hobbit, this is it.About the size of a beach hut, the pods have a small outdoor terrace with a little shelter from any rain. Double-glazed French doors lead into the living and sleeping space.Inside, they are really spacious, far bigger than a tent. And, unlike a tent, there’s no chance of drips on your head or leaks under your bed.There’s a wardrobe space to hang clothes, a waste bin and and a kettle. We bought mugs with us. There’s a light (no torches required) and even a heater and insulation, so the pod is always cosy.Two seats at the back of the pod which fold out into a comfortable double bed. We took sleeping bags, but we could just as easily have bought a sheet and quilt. You’ll also need to bring towels. The pod doesn’t have running water. But the on-site bathroom facilities are excellent – modern, spotlessly clean and with powerful hot showers.All in all, this is not camping, it’s glamping. And refreshing to take a camping trip without have too much to pack.Relax and unwindWe decided to really pamper ourselves and bought cheese from London’s food-heaven, Borough Market, a bottle of red and a proper baguette with us. GAYSTARNEWS- If you want the fun and relaxation of camping – but lack the gear or faith in Britain’s weather – check out these cute camping pods. We sat on our little terrace – comfy camping chairs and table provided in the pod – and watched the sun go down. What better way to end a day?The Brighton site is very friendly. Everybody smiles and says hello. And nobody blinked about us being a gay couple.Explore Brighton and the beautiful South DownsThe Brighton Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is on the edge of the South Downs National Park. But it’s only two miles from the center of one of Britain’s most vibrant LGBTI-friendly cities. So that’s a short taxi ride – or energetic walk.The closest supermarket is at Brighton Marina, which also boasts a range of (chain) restaurants, bars and a cinema. It’s a nice place to stroll around and stare at the yachts. You can also walk along the seafront into town. Or if you are a train spotter at heart, take the historic Volks Railway to Brighton’s famous Pier.Once you’re in town, Brighton has plenty to do. Discover quirky and boutique shops in the Lanes, step back into Regency England in the camp Royal Pavilion, or enjoy the LGBTI area of Kemptown. And when you’re exhausted, just sunbathe on the beach.If you’ve got a car, the campsite is a great base to explore the South Downs. Check out the romantic fortress of Arundel Castle or the historic town of Lewes.Where to find camping podsThere are two pods at the campsite in Brighton. And they’ve proved a hit, so more are planned in future.You can also book camping pods at other Caravan and Motorhome Club Sites – Abbey Wood in London and Coniston Park Coppice in Cumbria.The prices are £45 per pod, per night, from 3 January to 15 March and £50 a night the rest of the year. They can provide an extra camp bed if needed.You can book pods, and all other caravan and tent pitches all around the country here.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading…center_img eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) What it’s really like to run a clothing-optional gay resort in Palm SpringsThis film sums up the hidden meaning of Grindr messages everywhereThis Florida conservative city will host its very first Pride march this fallRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : read more

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first_img Technology | Contrast Media | August 05, 2019 Bracco Receives FDA Approval for Varibar Thin Liquid for Oral Suspension Bracco Diagnostics Inc. announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for Varibar Thin Liquid (barium… read more Technology | Radiation Dose Management | May 23, 2019 ControlRad Announces FDA Clearance and Launch of ControlRad Trace ControlRad Inc. announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted 510(k) clearance for its ControlRad… read more Related Content 360 Photos | Angiography | May 17, 2019 360 View Inside a Cath/EP Lab at Baylor Heart Hospital This is a view inside one of the 11 cath labs at … read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | June 24, 2019 Mentice and Siemens Healthineers Integrate VIST Virtual Patient With Artis Icono Angiography System Siemens Healthineers and Mentice AB announced the collaboration to fully integrate Mentice’s VIST Virtual Patient into… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more News | Radiology Business | April 24, 2019 ITN Wins Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Technical Content April 24, 2019 — Imaging Technology News (ITN) was recently named the 2019 Jesse H. read more 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 Braccocenter_img 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 February 7, 2013 — Performing heart surgery on the same day as angiography is now confirmed as a risk factor for acute kidney injury (AKI), and hospital policy limiting the practice for elective cardiac surgery has significantly reduced the rate of AKI, according to a study published in the February 2013 issue of The Annals of Thoracic Surgery.Although previous research has shown that performing diagnostic angiography and cardiac surgery on the same day is associated with increased risk of contrast-induced kidney injury, this study is the first to confirm causation and explore results following a change in hospital policy reducing this practice.Researchers from Istituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico (IRCCS) Policlinico San Donato in Milan, Italy, examined data from 4,440 patients who underwent cardiac surgery and received a diagnostic angiography prior to surgery.“Both cardiac surgery and the use of contrast media are risk factors for AKI. It appears that the combination of these factors on the same day significantly increases the risk,” said lead author Marco Ranucci, M.D.AKI after cardiac surgery is a severe complication that is associated with a high risk of mortality. AKI comprises three stages of increasing severity from stage 1 to stage 3.The researchers observed a significantly higher rate of AKI stage 1 in patients operated on the same day as angiography versus patients operated on 3 days later (18.5 percent vs. 13.5 percent, respectively). Additionally, the incidence of AKI stage 2 or 3 was significantly higher (7.8 percent) in patients who were operated on the same day as angiography than in patients operated on 1 day or 3 days after angiography (4.4 percent and 3.9 percent, respectively).Overall, surgery on the same day as angiography was significantly associated with AKI stage 2 or 3 and any AKI, and an institutional policy limiting the practice of surgery on the same day as angiography resulted in a significant decrease in AKI stage 1 (30 percent) and a significant decrease of any AKI (42 percent).“We recommend that angiography on the same day as surgery should be avoided or at least limited to low-risk cases. In patients at high risk for AKI, such as elderly patients or patients with pre-existing renal dysfunction, surgery should be planned at least 24 hours after angiography,” Ranucci concludes. “Since no randomized controlled trials are possible in this area, recently released guidelines offer the best possible level of evidence.”Hospital policy can reduce risk of kidney injuryIn an invited commentary in the same issue, Jeremiah R. Brown, Ph.D., MS, an assistant professor at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and clinical practice at the Geisel School of Medicine in Hanover, N.H., wrote that the results from Ranucci and colleagues presents a convincing case for setting hospital policy to limit the use of same-day cardiac catheterization for non-emergent cardiac surgery.Brown said that Ranucci and his colleagues demonstrated great success in improving important patient outcomes and quality of care with a simple institutional policy change to eliminate the practice of same-day cardiac catheterization for non-emergent cardiac surgery.In the meantime, Brown recommended that patients work with their physicians to reduce risk of kidney injury by planning to complete a cardiac catheterization ahead of time: “Talk with your surgeon about having a diagnostic angiography at least two days ahead of planned cardiac surgery. 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That is how the affidavits which are filed along with nomination papers came into being in 2003. and mental and physical health.t read Class 2 texts?we are looking at it all wrong These kids who are able to read Class 2 texts would be nowhere without the education programme they are now part of In parts of Indialife is a challenge Kids who achieve a decent percentage of marks battling all odds must not be pitted against the privileged Malathi Gaur Gurgaon Two wrongs * This refers to Caste-ing aspersions (IEJanuary 17)which has rightly criticised the Election Commission and Mayawati Clearlythe EC has erred in its highly expensive exercise to cover the statues erected by Mayawati Times have changed and voters just dont get influenced by a party symbol; they look at the performance of a party and its candidates Mayawatis accusation that the EC is casteist is preposterous The EC is doing a good impartial job M Ratan New Delhi Outrageous * The selection of Wendy Donigers Hindus: An Alternative History for the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award for the best non-fiction book is intriguing and outrageous No doubteminent persons were members of the jurybut they seem to have been oblivious to the hurt that Donigers book has caused to thinking and practising Hindus It is full of malicious sarcasmperverted interpretation of things sacred to many Hindus and insulting innuendos R Venkatanarayanan Noida For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 20 2014 3:42 am Related News Talking about the US air strikes in Iraq the CPM journal People’s Democracy has claimed that “US imperialism is once again intervening in Iraq in a duplicitous manner” “The ISIS and other extremist Islamic groups have arisen as a product of US intervention and assistance It was during the US occupation of Iraq that al-Qaeda took root in northern Iraq It is these forces which were supported and encouraged in Syria in the fight against the Assad government by the US and its allies… The ISIS rose as a military force in the Syrian civil war and has now crossed back into Iraq” an editorial in the latest issue has said Accusing the US of being “caught in a web of contradictions of its own making” it writes: “The US military interventions to outset the secular Arab governments first in Iraq and later in Libya have been accomplished by financing and supporting the Islamist forces and sectarian militias” Emphasising that the US must “stop this military intervention in Iraq” the editorial concludes that the “ISIS can be isolated and checked only by the forces of secular nationalism” New government The CPI’s New Age has accused the government of representing the “combination of corporate right reactionary ideology and the worst forms of communalism” “The Narendra Modi government has within two months bared its true intentions It has shamelessly pushed through the economic policies that were also implemented by the previous regime… Similarly the government is surrendering to pressures from multinationals whose cause is being promoted by Washington whose top bureaucrats and politicians have become most frequent visitors to New Delhi” an editorial alleges “As the external policies of the country are an extension of the domestic particularly economic policies there is reflection of this in the so-called ‘neutrality’ of the Modi sarkar over the brutal and inhuman attack by Israel on Gaza While the world has denounced the brutality and stark violation of human rights by aggressive Israeli forces our foreign minister wants to remain neutral as we have diplomatic relations with both parties” it says Questioning the prime minister’s style of functioning it has argued that he is “making all-out effort to concentrate power under him” “His style of functioning reflects as if he is not the prime minister under the parliamentary democratic system but running a presidential form of government For the purpose even basic parliamentary democratic norms are being openly flouted risking the annoyance of his own ministers There is a real danger to our democratic set up” it concludes Independence Day speech Analysing Modi’s Independence Day speech CPI(ML) weekly ML Update has said the PM “delivered a sermon or asked rhetorical questions but artfully avoided speaking of the government’s own accountability” on a range of issues like rape sex-selective abortion farmer suicides and communal violence “In Modi’s speech there was a marked silence on the promise of ‘achhe din’ which each of his electoral speeches had harped upon Far from the promised relief change and new vision and policies what Modi’s government and his I-Day speech are doing is simply to repackage old unfulfilled schemes as a brand new vision of development” an editorial states dissecting each element of the speech “The people of India will not be fobbed off with rhetoric anymore They will be looking at the government’s policies and actions on the ground And attempts to repackage and rebrand price rise land grab and exploitation of cheap labour by Indian corporations and MNCs as ‘development’ as well as the politics of communalism and patriarchy being pursued with the blessings of the Central government will not impress them” it concludes Compiled by Ruhi Tewari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: September 17 2014 1:51 am Related News Though India is urgently in need of a strong whistleblower protection law the Supreme Court seems to be pulling in a contrary direction It has asked Prashant Bhushan appearing on behalf of the Centre for Public Interest Litigation to share under sealed cover the source of the photocopy of the damaging visitors book at the residence of CBI chief Ranjit Sinha The action reopens a debate over source protection which began over 100 years ago with the sedition trial of Sri Aurobindo when Bipin Chandra Pal was jailed for refusing to confirm that Aurobindo had written an anonymous tract that he published Of course whistleblower protection can never be absolute but balanced against the public and the national interest But how would establishing the source advance the case against Sinha who has denied the authenticity of the document For he has done this rather erratically with the percentage of veracity seesawing like a market index Besides if documentary authenticity is the moot issue there are technical means to appraise it The handwriting of security officers at Sinha’s residence can be analysed and matched with the visitors book Besides it is trivial to check the cellphone records of visitors in the book to see if they were in the vicinity at the times noted Questions about sources would not have been asked if India had a whistleblower law In the absence of a legal guarantee of safety and privacy the court should not ask for sources to be revealed especially when the cases at stake involve powerful people in politics and business It should rather follow convention and exhaust all other options before taking the extreme step Besides Sinha has not denied meeting persons involved in the 2G and coal allocation cases apparently in order to verify reports filed by his own agency In that case the central question is not the authenticity of the visitors book but the propriety of the CBI chief Should government officials meet in their private capacity persons whose fortunes they can influence in their official capacity That question is easily answered without any need for a source For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLos Angeles: Former top 10 player Kathy Rinaldi has been named the new captain of the United States Fed Cup women’s tennis team taking over from Mary Joe Fernandez who stepped down in October File photo of Kathy Rinaldi Getty images Rinaldi takes over the American team that hasn’t won the trophy in 16 years despite holding the all-time record of 17 Fed Cup titles The Americans reached the finals in 2010 2009 and 2003 but lost Fernandez resigned two months ago after eight years in charge of the team "This is an unbelievable opportunity and I am incredibly excited and honored to take on the position of US Fed Cup captain" Rinaldi said Thursday "I believe that my experiences as both a player and a coach have given me insight that will help me to succeed in this role and can assist in getting the US Fed Cup team to the next level" The 49-year-old Rinaldi’s coaching debut will come at home in February against Germany Rinaldi takes on an expanded role that includes extra duties like looking after the USTA’s player development program Rinaldi was ranked as high as number seven in the world in singles in May 1986 She reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon in 1985 and the quarter-finals of the French Open in 1981 and 1986 In 1981 Rinaldi became the youngest player to win a match at Wimbledon (14 years 91 days) a record that stood until 1990 New Delhi: Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu is satisfied with what she has achieved so far this year but wants to cap a successful season with yet another title at the $1000000 Dubai World Super Series Final starting on Wednesday After the high of Rio Olympics last year Sindhu continued her rampaging run this season clinching the India Open Super Series and Korea Open Super Series besides bagging the silver at Glasgow World Championship and finishing as runners-up at Hong Kong Open last month "It has been a good year for me and I’m very happy with my performance I won two Super Series and a runners-up and also a silver at World Championship I have no regrets because I did pretty well this season Now I really hope the year ends on a good note that is at the Dubai Super Series Finals I hope I do well there" Sindhu told PTI File image of PV Sindhu AP "It is not going to be easy as all the top players will be playing in this event Each match from the first round itself will be very tough So I will have to be prepared from the start to do well in Dubai" added the Hyderabadi who had reached the semifinals at Dubai event last year Asked which matches impacted her most this season Sindhu said: "Each match was comparatively different and in the starting it was Sindhu-Marin and then it was Sindhu-Okuhara at the World Championship and also there were other good matches "I think each player has a different style of play and every match is different Well not one in particular but I think the World Championship final impacted me the most" The 22-year-old Indian has played all the 12 Super Series tournaments this season and she credited her training sessions which helped her to manage the workload "Training was going well and I had to be prepared for every match Every month we had tournaments and I am happy the way I have managed the workload It worked out fine for me" said Sindhu who played five back-to-back tournaments in October-November Badminton World Federation (BWF) has revamped the international circuit and made it mandatory for the top 15 players to play at least 12 tournaments next year Asked about the schedule next year Sindhu said: "I think it would be a hectic schedule next year and we have to plan it out accordingly and play tournaments because each event will be important and also we have other important tournaments such as Commonwealth Games and Asian Games "It’s just that we have to be prepared I will have to sit with my coach and plan accordingly The scheduling will depend on the training sessions how fit I am and how I am playing and also it’s my coach’s decision so I will sort it out with him which tournaments to play" she added Sindhu who finished runners-up at the Senior National Championship in Nagpur said it would be difficult to figure out a window for the domestic tournament next year "It depends on the schedule as 2018 would be very hectic It would be difficult to figure out which month or which date it would be It would not be easy for me or other players It depends on the scheduling of the tournaments which I play and I will decide accordingly" she said BWF has decided to trial a new kind of service rule next year starting at the 2018 All England Open Championships and Sindhu said they would have to practice it during training before playing at the tournaments "I heard about the new service rule I think we all have to be really conscious about it it would be implemented from the All England and we have to really practice it before we play in the tournaments but I think it would be good for everybody" said Sindhu Chittagong: Ben Stokes took the last two Bangladesh wickets in three balls as England won a thrilling first Test by 22 runs in Chittagong on Monday depriving their hosts of an historic victory Ben Stokes impressed with both bat and ball as England defeated Bangladesh AFP Bangladesh needing 33 runs for what would have been their first win over England in nine attempts added just 10 runs to their overnight total and were all out for 263 after 20 minutes of play on the fifth and final day at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury stadium Sabbir Rahman the overnight half-centurion was left stranded on 64 as the allrounder Stokes dismissed the other two batsmen in his second over Stokes had Taijul Islam lbw for 16 following a successful review after umpire Kumar Dharmasena initially turned down a muted appeal Two balls later it was the turn for Bangladesh to ask for a review as Dharamsena declared the number 11 batsman Shafiul Islam out lbw for a duck The replay again came to England’s aid as Hawk-Eye indicated that the ball was hitting off stump meaning the umpire’s initial decision stood England captain Alastair Cook who had flown back to Bangladesh only days after attending the birth of his daughter back home said that both sides had played their part in thrilling match ‘Held our nerve’ "It was a really good Test match to think we were here on day five with that wicket" Cook said after the game "It was such a tight game so credit to both sides I’m glad we held our nerve the quality we have in our attack we got it reversing" Despite coming agonisingly close to what would have been their most famous Test victory Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim said he was proud of his team’s performance "Probably it was not in our favour 33 runs and two wickets but the boys put in so much effort over the last five day After 15 months I’m really proud" Rahim said "Our boys fought it out which is really impressive and hopefully we’ll do the same in the next match" The match was Bangladesh’s first Test in nearly in 15 months but showcased how the one-time whipping boys of international cricket have made steady progress in recent years The hosts played some impressive cricket during the match with the debutant Mehedi Hasan taking six for 80 in England’s first innings Bangladesh had appeared on course for a comfortable first-innings lead but lost their last six wickets for just 27 runs to give England a crucial 45-run lead They then had England reeling at 52 for five in the tourists’ second innings before Stokes and Jonny Bairstow turned the match with a partnership of 127 for the sixth wicket Stokes was named man of the match for taking six wickets in the two innings and also scoring a swashbuckling 85 in England’s second innings which included six fours and three sixes "We started off pretty well but we have a long way to go from here" said Stokes The second and final Test will start in Dhaka on 28 October before England then head to India for a five-Test tour With Chennai Super Kings yet again ending up as the runners up in the IPL at the Eden Gardens here skipper M S Dhoni on Sunday lamented lack of individual match wining efforts and said the team could not reach hundred percent level of efficiency Dhoni also attributed the second over bowled by Mohit Shrama to be a key factor wherein CSK conceded the momentum to Mumbai Indians who won the match by 41 runs to lift their second IPL crown "The second over was not good and that was the instance when we gave the momentum to Mumbai I felt it was quite a tough wicket and if you did not give width but the second over was the one where we gave them the land slide which we were not able to control" said Dhoni at the presentation ceremony Dhoni rued his side’s inability to get off to a flying start while chasing the daunting total BCCI "The kind of momentum they built on from that point of the game we were not really able to come back into the game" said the keeper-batsman Bowling the inning’s second over pacer Mohit Sharma conceded 16 runs including two fours and a six all hit by Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma Mumbai went on to score 202/5 Dhoni also rued his side’s inability to get off to a flying start while chasing the daunting total "When chasing it was important for us to get a good a start but in the first six we got only 30 or 35 runs So from that point it was difficult for us to come back into the game Dhoni also said the team missed the servicesA of dashing Kiwi opener Brendon McCullum who had to leave the IPL for doing duties for the New Zealand national team "Losing McCullum just before the knock out stage was a big blow as he always gave us a good start at the top especially when the wicket is good In these types of wickets he is an ideal opener" he said Even as he praised his team for collective effort Dhoni claimed the players could not reach their optimal level of efficiency "It was more of a team effort coming to the final But I don’t think we reached hundred percent efficiency level because there are quite a few cricketers in our side who haven’t done as well as they should have "But as a team we have done really well We have contributed as a team when needed and individuals have taken the responsibility But what is important is at times when the stakes are high for the individuals to give match winning performances but that has not happened in this IPL" said Dhoni "The overall performance of Chennai was good but we need to go back to the drawing board and see which are the areas where we need to further improve so that we can win the IPL" added Dhoni IANS This mistake proved costly once the crisis hit. 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We enjoyed playing in India.s measure, Secondary and Adult), founder-editor of Hind Yugm, flew in at the far post. It’s been a long week. I hope AB does play.We will see tomorrow" South African batsman David Millersaid Having sealed the series 2-0 after their six-wicket winin Cuttack South Africa will be eyeing a clean sweep as Indiawill look to play for pride in the final match of the shortestedition Five-match ODI series beginning in Kanpur on October 11and four Tests follow the T20Is PTI PREVIEW: Antwerp Belgium: India need to improve their defence as they will be up against an attacking Belgium for a place in the final of the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final at the Brasschaat Municipal Park here on Friday World No12 Malaysia tested Indian defence to the hilt and held a 2-1 lead till the third quarter of the quarter-final before Jasjit Singh Kular’s double penalty corner conversions in the final quarter helped the 2014 Asian Games champions pip Malaysia 3-2 File photo AFP With this win they set up a semi-final date with hosts Belgium who continued their undefeated run by edging past a spirited France 5-4 in another pulsating quarter-final "In the upcoming clash we have to beef up our defence chain as Belgium is known for sneaking in the goals and we will not want to give them easy access to our D" Indian skipper Sardar Singh said while acknowledging the Belgian firepower World No9 India met world No4 Belgium on three occasions in 2014 which started with HWL Final in New Delhi wherein the latter beat the Indian team 2-1 This was followed by the FIH World Cup wherein India lost to Belgium 2-3 in their opening match of the tournament The third time around though India turned the tables in their favour when they met rising European powerhouse Belgium in the quarter-final during the Champions Trophy where they won 4-2 On Friday India will look to put up a similar performance that gave them the Champions Trophy win "We are confident of the match tomorrow as the team is high in form Yesterday what worked in our favour was our converting the penalty corners at crucial times I am sure the two back-to-back goals by Jasjit would have given his confidence a boost and we are confident he will stand up to tomorrow’s test again" captain Sardar said in a release The Indian attack against Belgium will be heavily dependent on forward Ramandeep Singh who has thus far showcased his classy finishing skills in the 10-nation tournament With four field goals he is joint second with Australia’s Jamie Dwyer Chris Ciriello and Kieran Govers and the opposition on Friday cannot afford to ignore his moves India’s midfield led by skipper Sardar Singh has shown a new zeal as it has effectively kept ball possession and created well-knit opportunities for the team to score Gurbaj Singh who played his 200th international match on June 28 during the league match against Australia along with Chinglensana Singh Dharamvir Singh and young Lalit Upadhyay have been playing a important role in defending as well as feeding the attackers The Indian defence faces a huge task as it will be up against a Belgium side that has played aggressively so far They possess a troop of talented attackers — Amaury Keusters Sebastian Dockier Felix Denayer drag-flicker Tom Boon skipper John-john Dohmen and Dorian Thiery Indian chief coach Paul van Ass is aware of the challenge his side faces "Yesterday while we won the match we have to work on our defence We have to score the initial goal and maintain the lead thereafter and now allow the game to get away from our hands at any point" van Ass said "Belgium is a tough team and we have to be completely alert with them tomorrow" Dutchman van Ass who guided his country to silve medals in 2012 Olympics and 2014 World Cup expects young Jasjt to continue his good work I am happy that we are coming in line with our penalty corner conversions and we have to ensure that we continue this for tomorrow’s match" the 54-year-old said IANS By: IANS | Kathmandu | Published: May 13 2016 8:44 pm Sonakshi Sinha willperform at a concert named ‘Amarpanchhi’ in the centre of the Nepali capital Related News Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha arrived here on Friday to perform at a concert named ‘Amarpanchhi’ which is set to take place at Tundikhel in the centre of the Nepali capital The concert to be held on Saturday is being organised by Spouse Association of Nepal Army which is leding by the wife of Nepal’s Army Chief General Rajendra Chettri Sonakshi’s visit was kept secret from the media to keep the crowds away as there is a huge craze for Bollywood stars in Nepal When landing in Kathmandu Sonakshi looked sporty wearing a black cap glares and a white T-shirt on a black top This is Sonakshi’s first visit to Nepal She had tweeted: “Nepal! read more

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But the tour said Monday that the projections were based on the day they were calculated,stalwarts Zaheer Khan and Virender Sehwag.She is the first Indian woman cricketer to get theprestigious life membership of MCC The 39-year-old Anjum played 12 Tests 127 ODIs and 18T20 Internationals for India She scored 548 runs in Testswith 4 half centuries while in 50 overs format she scored2856 runs with a century and 18 half-centuries “It’s been an honour Two months back I got a mail fromthe Lord’s office asking me whether I would like to accept thehonorary life membership of MCC After I replied they sent mean acceptance letter Two days back when Zaheer’s name came upas the new MCC Life Member I saw the list and found my namethere” Anjum who now works as a cricket analyst for variouschannels told PTI “It feels good when you see the names of the Indiancricket’s legends like Sunil Gavaskar Gundappa Viswanath whohave been bestowed with the honour of life membership of MCC”she added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Delhi | Published: September 16 2015 2:13 am Related News A 28-year-old woman allegedly strangled her three-year-old daughter before hanging herself in her home in West Delhi’s Rajouri Garden Monday Police said the woman left behind a suicide note in which she said she was depressed as her daughter suffered from a ‘mental disorder’ Her husband returned home from work at about 1030 pm Monday and discovered their bodies Share This Article Related Article Police said he kept ringing the door bell and calling his wife but she did not respond “He then peeped through one of the windows and saw his wife hanging from the ceiling fan and the child lying on the bed” said a senior police officer Police said the man raised an alarm and neighbours helped him break down the door “He brought down his wife’s body and made a PCR call Police rushed to the spot and took the woman and her daughter to a nearby hospital where they were declared brought dead Prima facie it appears the woman first strangled her daughter after which she hanged herself We are awaiting the autopsy report” added the officer Police said they retrieved the suicide note from the bed “I don’t have any grievance against anyone My husband is a good man and he never troubled me… However my child is ill and she is not recovering despite medical treatment That is why I am taking this step” the note stated Police said the couple’s daughter was a special-needs child “She was physically weak for her age…” said an officer Police registered a case of murder under Section 302 of the IPC and began inquest proceedings under Section 174 of the CrPC to look into the woman’s suicide The couple had been married for nine years The man works in an MNC in Ghaziabad His wife was a homemaker For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 10 2016 10:18 pm The bodies of two women were found in Vasant Vihar and Munirka areas of the national capital on November 18 and 25 respectively (ANI Photo) Top News With the arrest of two persons police claimed to have cracked the cases of brutal murder of two women roommates in Munirka of south Delhi and rejected the reports that a ‘serial killer’ is on the prowl The two women were killed allegedly by persons known to them Of the four accused in the case one is the husband of one of the victims He is still absconding police said on Saturday The bodies of two women were found in Vasant Vihar and Munirka areas of the national capital on November 18 and 25 respectively Watch What Else Is making News One of the body wrapped in a polythene sheet was found outside a temple in Vasant Vihar on November 18 while a headless body was found in a sewer in Munirka village on November 25 Besides these two bodies some more bodies were found with similar injury marks at the same span of time that hinted towards the possibility of a serial killer However R P Upadhyay Joint Commissioner of Police (Southeast) said “Barring these two murders all the other incidents are unconnected and standalone occurrences I will like to officially deny the serial killer theory They were unfortunate incidents and we are investigating the other cases” Police got clues to identify the headless body through a designer tattoo located at the rear lower portion of the torso and another tattoo of three ‘stars’ engraved on its right hand wrist he said On November 26 the headless body was identified by the former boyfriend of the victim “She was identified as Sushma Rai a resident of Assam He told police that Rai’s relative were worried about her safety as she wasn’t able to reach her phone” he said Rai’s call detail records were scanned and police were able to zero-in upon a group of persons with whom she had been in contact frequently in the days preceding her death said Upadhyay Rai’s ex-boyfriend led the police to her rented accommodation but it emerged that she was not murdered at her home Police got to know that Rai was living with another woman who had been missing for over 10 days A woman was found who identified the victim whose body was found on November 18 as Nayesha a native of Nepal the officer said On checking their call details police came to know that both the victims who stayed together were freelance beauticians The victims were in touch with a group of persons identified as Jeevan Govind and Arjun who provided logistical and financial support to the duo and many other similarly-placed people who came here for better economic prospects said the officer “It was learnt that trio had rented several accommodations within south Delhi The examination of several landlords of these rented buildings revealed that the trio had left Munirka on November 25 evening” he said In one of the rented accommodations blood-stained clothes were found that confirmed police’s doubts about the involvement of the trio in the murders Yesterday police received information about Jeevan reaching Anand Vihar ISBT for boarding a Delhi-Sonauli bus which would take him to Indo-Nepal International Border Upadhyay said adding a trap was laid and he was apprehended “Jeevan told police that Mini Sangma a resident of Shillong and a spa worker was in a live-in relationship with Arjun and taking care of his kids from an earlier marriage However Arjun who used to safekeep Rai’s savings knew the victim had a liking for him “A day after Karwa Chauth he clandestinely married Rai at Kalkaji Mandir and convinced her that from now onwards their assets and liabilities were common and she shouldn’t be asking for her dues which came to around Rs 25-3 lakh” the officer said Later Rai sent wedding pictures to Mini on Whatsapp to make her jealous and that enraged Mini to the extent that the latter hatched a plan to get Rai killed he said Mini instigated the trio and also put a condition before Arjun asking him to choose between her and Rai A plan was hatched in East Delhi and Arjun murdered Sushma on the intervening night of November 16 and 17 beheaded her and dumped one of the parts in a sewer They also decided to eliminate Nayesha since she knew about Arjun and Rai’s marriage and had also been asking the latter to have a court marriage “The trio thought that she might spill the beans and they killed her also After the murders it was decided that Arjun and Govind will leave for Nepal while Jeevan would stay back to monitor the situation “The trio had plans to shift to a southern city Since Mini was not present at the spot of the murders she also stayed back in Delhi and had plans to go to the southern city in a few days’ time” said the officer Mini was nabbed this morning from a guest house and led police to the khukhri and chopper that were used by the trio in the murders Police is working to arrest Arjun and Govind who are suspected to be in Nepal and also recover the missing head the officer added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: May 8 2016 6:01 pm Chris Evans says though he was apprehensive while signing Marvel’s “Captain America” franchise it later turned out the best decision of his life Related News Actor Chris Evans says though he was apprehensive while signing Marvel’s “Captain America” franchise it later turned out the best decision of his life The 34-year-old actor who has reprised his superhero role in “Captain America: Civil War” said starring in the Marvel Comic sequels has been the most life changing experience reported Female First “When I first got the offer to be a part of this franchise the thought of a multi-picture contract that could last eight years of my life was stressful and scary But doing these movies was the best decision of my life “The directors the Russo brothers have a way of making it feel extremely relatable and real amid flashes of superhero fanfare” Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all 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