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Shankar takes oath as 245th Sheriff of city

first_imgKolkata: Mani Sankar Mukherjee, a babu (court clerk) of Noel Fredrick Barwell, a barrister-at-law who used to visit the High Court everyday in the early 1950s, never thought that he will be sworn in as the city’s 245th sheriff on Monday at Calcutta High Court.The outgoing sheriff Dr Sanjoy Chatterjee administered the oath of office to the octogenarian writer, who is popularly known by his pen name Shankar. Mukherjee came to fame because of his novel Koto Ajanare. Satyajit Ray had also made two films based on his novels Shimabaddha and Jana Aranya. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersThe post of ‘Sheriff’ was created for the city in 1775 and James Macrabey was the first to hold the chair. The first Indian appointed as “The Sheriff of Calcutta” was Manakjee Rustomjee in 1874, while the first Bengali to have adorned the post was Raja Digamber Mitter in 1875. Mukherjee said on Monday: “It is a remarkable day in my life, making me feel very humble as the new Sheriff, as I pay my respects to all my predecessors who have been great sheriffs of a great city called Calcutta.”last_img read more

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Richard Branson Dont Let Earths Animals Go The Way Of The Dinosaurs

first_imgSir Richard Branson recently blogged about his fears of the fate of wildlife, and what he believes can be done to save the animals of Earth.“Animals are dying off in the wild at a pace as great as when the dinosaurs were wiped out – but unlike the dinosaurs, the fate of animals is in our hands,” he wrote on his blog.“In the short term we must focus on stopping animal poaching; devastatingly, around 33,000 elephants are killed annually, while 95% of the world’s rhinos have been lost in the past 40 years. We should also stop over-harvesting, and expand marine and land preserves – a great example of this is the major development of the Pacific Remote Islands National Marine Monument.“In the long term we need to reduce our carbon output, and make human consumption more sustainable – it’s estimated that 14.5% of global man-made greenhouse gas emissions come from livestock, this was a major factor in my decision to go beef-free.“These are just some of the ways we can ensure animals don’t go the way of dinosaurs – total extinction. How we treat our world is a reflection of our humanity, our intelligence, our conscience and ultimately, our very survival. Protecting animal species is one of the most important things any of us can do. “You can read the full blog here.Source:virgin.comlast_img read more

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Without Security Council reform UN will lose credibility – General Assembly chief

The United Nations will lose its credibility as the pre-eminent international forum if Member States are unable to agree on reforming the size, membership and working methods of the Security Council, General Assembly President Joseph Deiss said today. Speaking to a conference on global governance and Council reform in Rome, Mr. Deiss said it was unacceptable that the international community had been unable to make substantial progress on reforming the 15-member Council, despite active debate for almost two decades. “Unless we find the determination to advance on this issue, the United Nations will lose its credibility,” he said. “Our organization will be marginalized, and important issues will be discussed in other forums and groupings which are perceived to be more efficient and more representative of the new realities of the day.” Mr. Deiss, who heads the 192-member Assembly, questioned whether reform of the Council is as daunting as often perceived. “Is there no way to overcome the divisions and to forge a win-win compromise that would be acceptable for a broad majority of Member States?” he asked. The Assembly President – who stressed that he is not backing any specific proposal – said any proposed Council reform will only succeed if it follows five key principles. The proposal must have: the broadest possible support; conform with the UN’s basic values and principles, such as inclusiveness, democracy and accountability; be simple enough to be understood by politicians and the public; be efficient so that the Council can respond effectively to crises; and be flexible so that Member States do not “lock ourselves into a new structure that could soon become obsolete.” Mr. Deiss called on countries to “embark on real negotiations and, if they are to succeed, it is essential that all parties display a constructive, realistic and flexible attitude.” While in Rome Mr. Deiss is also expected to meet with Josette Sheeran, Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), and senior Italian Government officials. Before arriving in Italy he travelled to Lebanon, where he met with President Michel Suleiman. 16 May 2011The United Nations will lose its credibility as the pre-eminent international forum if Member States are unable to agree on reforming the size, membership and working methods of the Security Council, General Assembly President Joseph Deiss said today. read more

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Police insist only ex rebels arrested

Sri Lankan defence establishment maintains that despite the military defeat of the LTTE in 2009, the group’s remnants and sympathisers are making attempts for revival. (PTI) Some 45 ex-members of the LTTE have been arrested during search operations in Jaffna in Sri Lanka’s north, the police said today.“They were arrested as a result of operations carried out over the last month,” police spokesman and superintendent Prishantha Jayakodi said. There were several search operations in Jaffna leading to the arrests, Jayakodi said.The 45 ex-members of the LTTE were arrested by the police’s Terrorist Investigation Division (TID).

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Gold bullion plunges more than US140 an ounce mining stock also swoon

Gold bullion plunges more than US$140 an ounce; mining stock also swoon by Hugh McKenna, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 15, 2013 9:42 am MDT TORONTO – Gold prices plunged to their lowest level in more than two years Monday, accelerating a months-long trend and taking the glitter off investments in both bullion and the mining companies that produce it.On the New York Mercantile Exchange, June gold futures closed down $140.30 at US$1,361.10 an ounce in the biggest one-day percentage drop since at least February 1983.At that, the precious metal was still $6 above its worst levels of the day following a $63 drop on Friday. Monday’s settlement level was the lowest since February 2011.Bullion’s fall was reflected by gold stocks, with some well-known names again trading sharply lower after big declines last week, with the sector as a whole declining more than eight per cent Monday.Shares in Barrick Gold Corp (TSX:ABX) continued to be among the hardest hit, falling $2.64, or 11.51 per cent, to $20.30 on volume of more than 11 million shares, making it again one of the most active issues on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Barrick stock lost about 15 per cent of its value last week and now is at its lowest price in about a decade.In addition to falling bullion prices, Barrick faces other problems, including an injunction issued last week by a Chilean court halting construction on its $8-billion Pascua-Lama mine high in the Andes on the border with Argentina. That prompted investment bank JPMorgan to downgrade Barrick to neutral from overweight on Monday.The massive drop in bullion prices came amid a general meltdown for commodities such as oil, down $2.58 at US$88.71 a barrel, and copper, off eight cents at US$3.27 a pound, following data that showed weaker than expected economic growth in China.Commenting on the “collapse” of gold prices, Scotiabank chief foreign currency strategist Camilla Sutton said in a commentary there are worries of forced liquidations of gold inventories.“Potential European central bank selling combined with two major banks issuing sell recommendations last week seem to have sparked the sell-off,” Sutton noted.There has been speculation that Cyprus may sell a chunk of gold reserves to finance its part of a financial rescue. Though that may not materialize, it was enough to prompt some investors to think that a gold-selling strategy may be used elsewhere in the troubled eurozone.Among other gold miners on the Toronto exchange, Osisko Mining Corp (TSX:OSK) was down a whopping 21 per cent at $4.04 on volume of 10.5 million shares.Goldcorp (TSX:G), which has taken over from Barrick as the leading gold miner by market capitalization as its stock has been less severely punished in the recent slide, was down 5.6 per cent Monday at $28.38 on more than 33.5 million shares, easily the most active on Toronto’s main board.That reduced its market capitalization to $23 billion, down from $24.4 billion on Friday but now above Barrick’s equity value of about $20.3 billion.Also suffering punishing losses were Kinross Gold (TSX:K), down 13.5 per cent at $5.54; Torex Gold (TSX:TXG), down 12.5 per cent at $1.26 and Yamana Gold (TSX:YRI), down more than eight per cent at $12.15.The precipitous drop in gold prices has taken it from above US$1,600 just 10 days ago and there is talk in the markets that a number of institutions are cashing in following a reduction in gold price predictions from leading investment banks, including Goldman Sachs.Last week, Goldman Sachs lowered its average gold price forecast for 2013 to US$1,545 an ounce, although it fell well below that level in Friday’s rout alone.Another possible reason for the drop in gold is that the U.S. Federal Reserve will outline a strategy to withdraw its monetary stimulus later this year despite recent mixed signals out of the U.S. economy.One of the reasons why the price of gold has been so strong in recent years has been a direct result of the Fed’s policy — the new dollars created under so-called quantitative easing have found themselves recycled in financial markets and many of them have gone to the perceived haven of gold.“Investors are clearly turning away from gold here, using the price action as justification for unwinding positions and taking capital away from what was once considered as almost a one-way bet,” said David White, a trader at Spreadex.“Even those naturally contrarian are struggling to find reasons to own gold.”Bullion, after hitting all-time highs near US$1,900 an ounce in August 2011, has since trended lower, with the decline accelerating since the new year.— With files from The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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New UN Decade aims to eradicate hunger prevent malnutrition

The 193-member General Assembly adopted a consensus resolution on Friday, calling on the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to lead the implementation of the Decade. In a press release welcoming the decision, FAO called the document “a major step towards mobilizing action around reducing hunger and improving nutrition around the world.” The UN agencies, in addition to working with national governments, will collaborate with the World Food Programme (WFP), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and involve coordination mechanisms such as the UN System Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN) and multi-stakeholder platforms such as the Committee on World Food Security (CFS). Among other topics to be focused on during the Decade will be assistance to the some 159 million children under the age of five who are stunted, meaning too short for their age, and the approximate 50 million in that age bracket who are wasted, or have a low weight for their height. Meanwhile, around the world, about 1.9 billion people are overweight, of whom 600 million are obese. “This resolution places nutrition at the heart of sustainable development and recognizes improving food security and nutrition are essential to achieving the entire 2030 Agenda,” FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said.”Children can’t fully reap the benefits of schooling if they don’t get the nutrients they need; and emerging economies won’t reach their full potential if their workers are chronically tired because their diets are unbalanced. That’s why we welcome the Decade of Action on Nutrition and look forward to helping make it a success,” he added. read more

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Video CAPTCHAs cracked by Stanford research team

first_imgCAPTCHA tests are used by a range of different online services to help check if you are actually human. The problem is, computers can figure them out quite easily, especially if they are static characters. So new, enhanced CAPCTHA tests were introduced that used audio and even video to make them more secure.In May last year a security research team at Stanford managed to crack audio CAPTCHAs. Now they’ve achieved the same for video CAPTCHAs too. You’d think video CAPTCHAs would be impossible to analyze by a piece of software. Not only do they have difficult to read characters only humans should be able to pick out, they also add animation. That means the characters are never static within the CAPTCHA test area.Even so, the Stanford team created a piece of software called Decaptcha that can solve them with over 90% success. The team focused on one of the first video CAPTCHA services called NuCaptcha when trying to figure out how to crack it. Breaking NuCaptcha ended up being a five phase process. The first phase involved extracting the frames from the video so there is something static to work with. Phase two removes the background and makes the characters white on a black background. Phase three combines the captured frames to help identify where the characters of interest are located. Phase four extracts the specific characters related to the CAPTCHA, and phase five uses a machine learning algorithm to figure out what each individual character is. The Stanford team admit that video capture is more difficult to solve than text-based CAPTCHA due to the motion involved. They’ve also used their research to feedback suggestions to NuCaptcha to make its system even more secure.Read more at the From information to intelligence blog and The Vergelast_img read more

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La vidéoconférence sur grand écran devrait se généraliser dici 2015

first_imgLa vidéoconférence sur grand écran devrait se généraliser d’ici 2015Selon In-Stat, la vidéoconférence sur grand écran devrait fortement croître dans les prochaines années. Selon une étude menée par In-Stat et publiée le 30 janvier, le marché de la vidéoconférence sur grand écran pourrait toucher 16 millions d’utilisateurs d’ici à 2015. La croissance de ce secteur pourrait être amplifiée grâce aux téléviseurs connectés selon l’institut de statistiques. De 141 millions de minutes de vidéoconférences en 2010, nous passerions donc à 550 milliards en 2015. Car le marché de la téléphonie via son téléviseur n’en est actuellement qu’à ses balbutiements. Les observateurs pensent que le nombre d’utilisateurs pourrait passer de 1,5 million dans le monde en 2011 à 16,4 millions en 2015. L’Asie devrait être le continent sur lequel la croissance pourrait être la plus significative. De plus, les services de vidéoconférence tels que Skype, compatible avec les réseaux sociaux, pourrait offrir de nouvelles possibilités avec la télévision en ligne. Le développement des réseaux 3G et 4G faciliteraient cette expansion. Le 4 février 2012 à 12:00 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Static Shock is the Best Black SpiderMan

first_imgStay on target Sony recently released the first trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and it looks pretty dope! Along with being a stylish animated superhero film in a genre that’s mostly live-action, this movie swaps out Peter Parker for Miles Morales a.k.a. the Black/Puerto Rican Spider-Man. So naturally that got us thinking about Miles and how, despite his coolness, Static Shock is still our preferred Black Spider-Man. Maybe Into the Spider-Verse will be what finally changes our minds in 2018.Much to the dismay of certain online cretins, there’s been a big recent push from Marvel to diversify its lineup of legacy superheroes. Lady Thor, Lady Wolverine, Teen Black Girl Iron Man, Korean Hulk, Hispanic Ghost Rider, Muslim Ms. Marvel. Now is this also a stealth attempt to make sure these characters can continue on in the movies even after the high-paid actors call it quits? Who knows. But as far as side effects go, having characters that better represent how people look in the real world is a pretty good one.Arguably the most recognizable character from this initiative is Miles Morales, the Obama-inspired (or was it Donald Glover?) Black/Hispanic Spider-Man. Originally part of the Ultimate Marvel Universe, Miles has now been folded into the new, mainstream Marvel continuity. And soon he’ll be swinging into movie theaters in an animated film. He’s a great character. The idea of a young New York nerd-turned-superhero is even more potent when applied to the changing (not white) face of today’s young nerds in New York and elsewhere. Even though Spider-Man Homecoming stars Peter Parker, the film smartly recognizes that most of the kids at Parker’s high school in modern-day Queens probably wouldn’t be white. Some have even accused the film of stealing Miles’s supporting cast for Parker.AdChoices广告However, as cool as Miles Morales is, for me at least, he can only be a Spider-Man, not the Spider-Man. I appreciate Black remixes of existing white characters and certainly wouldn’t say no to more of them, but I’ll always prefer new and original Black characters who can fully define their identities. Black Panther and Luke Cage are cooler than the Human Torch who happens to be Black. Storm and Misty Knight are cooler than Monica Rambeau as another Captain Marvel. Sam Wilson and John Henry Irons are cooler as Falcon and Steel than as Black Captain America and Black Superman. And as far as Black Spider-Men go, the best one isn’t Miles Morales. It’s Virgil “Static” Hawkins, star Static Shock.Static debuted in 1993 as a pillar of Milestone Comics, an independent DC imprint dedicated to creating and cultivating a new universe of Black superheroes. Other characters in the fictional city of Dakota included Black alien lawyer Icon and his teen girl sidekick Rocket, Afrofuturistic mech suit-wearer Hardware, and superpowered gang Blood Syndicate. One of Milestone’s co-founders was late, great writer Dwayne McDuffie. In addition to his masterful work within Milestone and the larger DC universe both in comics and cartoons (he’s the namesake of a diversity in comics award) McDuffie also enlightened us about the Tommy Westphall universe.The fact that they are perhaps the biggest stars of their respective universes is just the first of many similarities between Static and Spider-Man. Both are intelligent teen boys with a love of science and a lack of social skills outside of a few nerdy friends. After a freak accident grants them superpowers (control over electricity or “doing whatever a spider can”) they take to the streets as wisecracking superheroes, not sidekicks, but full-on superheroes. They both balance superhero duties with typical teen problems like school and family and work and romance. They both have intimate knowledge of their urban homes, from the ghetto to the swankiest laboratories. Spider-Man effortlessly swings between buildings while Static glides around on electrically charged manhole covers and garbage can lids.Over the years Static has gone from forgotten independent character to an established part of the DC universe. He’s part of the Injustice mobile game. The Static Shock cartoon from the mid-2000s introduced way more people to the character, and it’s part of the bulletproof DC Animated Universe. In that show, you can watch Static fight racism and a mind-controlled Batman. Static and other Milestone characters were also a part of Young Justice, so we might be seeing them again soon in the upcoming third season. Meanwhile, various continuity shake-ups have integrated the Milestone Universe into the mainline DC Comics universe. Last time I checked Static was a member of the Teen Titans, but a part-time one. Swinging in and out of superhero teams is a very Spider-Man thing to do.However, despite his Spidey similarities, Static is ultimately his own character with his own powers and supporting cast and universe. Spider-Man fighting petty thieves and mad scientists is different from Static fighting gangs and low-income housing residents mutated by “Big Bang” chemicals released by careless companies. Stan Lee said that part of the reason he gave Spider-Man a face-covering mask was so that any child could pretend it could be them under there. Miles Morales (and Spider-Gwen and Silk) makes it easier for more children to have that power fantasy, and that’s fantastic. But if someone says the definitive Spider-Man is the enduring, decades-old, famous white guy Peter Parker, they’re not necessarily wrong. They might be kind of lame, but they’re not wrong.That’s why, to me, Static is more appealing. It’s not just because I have an issue of Static #1 signed by McDuffie. Static is unambiguous. Blackness is fundamental to who the superhero is. A white Static would be a deviation from the norm as strange as a white Blade or white Cyborg or white Black Manta. He’s not literally Black Spider-Man. He’s more. Virgil “Static” Hawkins is the powerful core idea of Spider-Man taken in an exciting, new, Black direction. Watch These Movies Before ‘Don’t Let Go’‘Cannon Busters’ Is The Black Anime We’ve Been Waiting… last_img read more

CWC 2018 Amazing comeback by Kashima Antlers

first_imgThe Japanese team came from behind to beat Guadalajara and will play Real Madrid in the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup SemifinalsTo Japanese fans today was just like a dream. Their team Kashima Antlers was behind Club Deportivo Guadalajara 1-0 during the first half of the Quarterfinal of the FIFA Club World Cup.But their club was able to overcome all obstacles and ended up winning 3-2 at Hazza Bin Zayed stadium, to advance to the Semifinals where they will play against Real Madrid.The Mexican side known as Chivas scored after three minutes of the kick-off thanks to a great play by Isaac Brizuela who sent a cross to Angel Zaldivar, who just had to head the ball to the inside of the goal to put things 1-0.But 45 minutes later, nothing of importance happens in the game and the referee whistled the end of the first half.And just four minutes after the second half kick-off, Shoma Doi entered the Chivas area to send across to Ryota Nagaki, who scored to tie things up 1-1.Official: Barcelona agree deal for Japanese star Hiroki Abe Andrew Smyth – July 12, 2019 Barcelona have struck a deal with Kashima Antlers to sign the highly-rated Japanese star Hiroki Abe.Kashima Antlers got a penalty kick in their favor after Michael Pérez fouled Doi at the 68th-minute mark.Brazilian Serguinho shot the ball to the right side of goalkeeper Raúl Gudiño to put the Japanese side in the lead 2-1 for the first time in the game.And just six minutes before the end of the match. Hiroki Abe, who had just been subbed in, scored a beautiful goal for the 3-1.After 90 minutes of play, and with the help of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) Technology, the referee gave Chivas a penalty after a foul over Jair Pereira.Alan Pulido scored from the penalty spot to put things 3-2, but that was not enough for Chivas who will now play against the loser of the match between Al Ain F.C. and Esperánce de Tunis.Japanese fans lineup for a photograph just before the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup match between Kashima Antlers and Mexican Club Deportivo Guadalajara. Photo by Manuel R. Medina / Ronaldo.comJapanese fans line up for a photograph just before the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup match between Kashima Antlers and Mexican Club Deportivo Guadalajara. Photo by Manuel R. Medina / Ronaldo.comlast_img read more

Migrants streaming into Tijuana but now face long stay

first_imgMigrants streaming into Tijuana, but now face long stay TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — About 2,000 Central American migrants had already reached the Mexican border city of Tijuana and another 1,200 from a second caravan set out from Mexico City toward the border Friday.With shelters already full, authorities in Tijuana opened a gymnasium and gated sport complex for up to 1,000 migrants, with a potential to expand to 3,000.But at least that many migrants were still on the road or trickling into the city aboard buses, and a third caravan was still waiting in Mexico City. Tijuana faced a potential influx of as many as 10,000 in all. The city’s privately run shelters are meant to have a capacity of 700.With U.S. border inspectors processing only about 100 asylum claims a day at the main border crossing with San Diego, prospects grew that migrants would be stuck waiting in Tijuana for months. Concerns continued about what the Central Americans will do, or how they will support themselves in the meantime.On Thursday, migrants napped on mattresses at the gymnasium in Tijuana while men played soccer and exchanged banter on a crowded, adjoining courtyard. A woman dabbed her crying, naked toddler with a moist cloth.Francisco Rueda, the top deputy to Baja California state Gov. Francisco Vega de la Madrid, said “This is not a crisis,” but agreed that “this is an extraordinary situation.”Rueda said the state has 7,000 jobs available for its “Central American migrant brothers” who obtain legal residence status in Mexico.“Today in Baja California there is an employment opportunity for those who request it, but it order for this to happen, it has to regulate migrant status,” he said.The thriving factories in the city of 1.6 million are always looking for workers, and several thousand Haitian migrants who were turned away at the U.S. border have found jobs and settled in Tijuana the last two years.Police made their presence known in a city that is suffering an all-time-high homicide rate. A group of about 50 migrants, mostly women and children, walked through downtown streets Thursday from the city shelter to a breakfast hall under police escort.As buses from western and central Mexico trickled in, some families camped inside the bus terminal and waited for word on where they could find a safe place to sleep.Oscar Zapata, 31, reached the Tijuana bus station at 2 a.m. Thursday from Guadalajara with his wife and their three children, ages 4, 5 and 12, and headed to the breakfast hall, where migrants were served free beef and potatoes.Back home in La Ceiba, Honduras, he sold pirated CDs and DVDs in the street and two gangs demanding “protection” money threatened to kidnap his daughter and force her into prostitution if he didn’t pay. When he heard about the caravan on the TV news last month, he didn’t think twice.“It was the opportunity to get out,” Zapata said.Zapata said he hopes to join a brother in Los Angeles but has not yet decided on his next move. Like many others, he plans to wait in Tijuana for others in the caravan to arrive and gather more information before seeking asylum in the United States.Byron Jose Blandino, a 27-year-old bricklayer from Nicaragua who slept in the converted gymnasium, said he wanted to request asylum but not until he could speak with someone well-versed in U.S. law and asylum procedures.“The first thing is to wait,” Blandino said. “I do not want to break the laws of any country. If I could enter in a peaceful manner, that would be good.To claim asylum in San Diego, migrants enter their names in a tattered notebook held together by duct tape and managed by the migrants in a plaza outside the entry to the main border crossing. On Thursday, migrants who registered six weeks ago were getting their names called. The waiting list has grown to more than 3,000 names and stands to become much longer with the new arrivals.Dozens of gay and transgender migrants in the caravan were already lining up Thursday to submit asylum claims, though it was unclear how soon they would be able to do so.Rueda, the governor’s deputy, said that if all migrants from the caravan currently in Tijuana were to register to seek asylum in the U.S., they would likely have to wait four months at current processing rates. For that reason, the state has asked Mexican federal authorities to encourage people in other caravans to go to other border cities.The caravan has fragmented somewhat in recent days in a final push to the border, with some migrants moving rapidly in buses and others falling behind.On Thursday, hundreds were stranded for most of the day at a gas station in Navojoa, some 750 miles (1,200 kilometers) from Tijuana.“We were dropped here at midnight … in the middle of nowhere, where supposedly some buses were going to come pick us up, but nothing,” Alejandra Grisel Rodriguez of Honduras told The Associated Press by phone. “We are without water, without food.”After about 12 hours, seven buses began arriving to collect the migrants, Rodriguez said, but they quickly filled up.“We would need at least 40 or 50,” she said.___Associated Press writer Maria Verza in Culiacan, Mexico, contributed to this report. Posted: November 16, 2018 AP, Ed Lenderman, November 16, 2018 AP, Ed Lenderman Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News Tags: Immigration FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

3 hospitalized after ATV motorcycle collide in SW MiamiDade

first_imgSOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A rough ride in Southwest Miami-Dade sent three people to the hospital after, witnesses said, a motorcycle and an all-terrain vehicle collided, Saturday morning.Two people were on the ATV, and one was riding the motorcycle. Witnesses said the riders crashed while they were speeding down Southwest 200th Street, near Redland Road.“Apparently, from the stop sign over there, they were messing around and racing, and I guess the motorcycle lost control and the ATV clipped him,” said one witness. “The ATV overturned and the motorcycle hit that rock over there. Apparently the impact was pretty bad.”The motorcyclist was airlifted. Paramedics drove the other two victims to Jackson South Community Hospital.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Wonder benefits of coconut oil

first_imgEver wondered about the different ways in which coconut oil can be used? This marvel oil has been used in India for generations for a variety of reasons because of its different health benefits.Ayurveda experts list down some benefits.Natural moisturiser: Coconut oil is used to treat dead skin, while also enhancing complexion. Since it has no side effects, it is used to treat an array of skin problems such as psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and skin burns. Coconut oil also helps in removing stretch marks and enhancing epidermis to prevent cellulite. Apply a few drops of coconut oils on your lips regularly to prevent chapped lips. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfHair care: Coconut oil is extremely beneficial for hair growth and helps in adding shine to the strands. A five-minute scalp massage with coconut oil not only increases the blow circulation in the body, but also helps in the replenishment of lost nutrients. By regularly massaging with coconut oil, you can also ensure that your hair is dandruff free. Oral health: Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic ritual where you swish oil around in your mouth for about 20 minutes and then spit it out. Removing oral bacteria helps in prevention of various diseases in and around the gums. Oil pulling with coconut oil should be done thrice a week for healthier gums! Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveJoint pain: In Ayurveda, coconut oil is used to ease the pain in arthritis. It improves the ability to absorb calcium and magnesium in the bones.Weight loss: The oil extracted from fresh coconut meat contains more medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs) (70-85%) than other coconut oils. MCFAs are easily oxidized lipids and are not stored in adipose tissue unlike long chain fatty acids (LCFAs). Thus, coconut oil containing mainly MCFAs may provide an ideal source for weight reduction. Strengthens immunity: Coconut oil is a rich source of antimicrobial lipids like lauric acid and capric acid which possess antifungal and antibacterial properties. The micro flora in the saliva and gut help to break down the triglycerides in coconut oil into free fatty acids and glycerol, which have these immune strengthening effects.Ideal for cooking: Amongst dietary oils, coconut oil is least vulnerable to oxidation, which makes it the safest for cooking.So, next time you go oil shopping, you know which oil to choose!last_img read more

7 people fall victim to child lifter suspicion in Alipurduar

first_imgDarjeeling: There has been a spate of assaults and lynching attempts in North Bengal, especially in Dooars, on suspicion of child abduction. 7 persons became victims of mob violence in Madarihat on Wednesday.6 youths were selling cookware from a van at Salmandal Chowpathy, Madarihat in Alipurduar district. Suddenly, local residents attacked the youths and the driver of the vehicle, without any provocation. The 7 people got down from the vehicle and began to flee, as the mob started chasing them, shouting that they were child lifters. While three managed to flee, the rest were caught by the mob and were badly beaten up. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataLater, they were rescued by Madarihat police and taken to a local hospital. The mob then vandalised the vehicle and even looted the cookware of a renowned company from the van. The 6 persons used to stay in a rented house in Dhupguri and sold cookware for a living. Alipurduar SP Nagendra Tripathi said: “We will identify the assailants and the rumor mongers and take stringent action. No one will be spared.” Incidentally on July 22, a 32-year-old man was stoned to death on suspicion of being a child lifter. The incident occurred in Sukhani Bustee, Nagrakata in Jalpaiguri district. He used to frequent the area to beg. 6 persons have been arrested in connection with the incident.last_img read more

Mortgage Rates Drop

first_img December 13, 2018 3,045 Views Mortgage Rates Drop in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News, Origination, Servicing Freddie Mac’s latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey results revealed a significant drop in mortgage rates, reaching its lowest point in three months. The survey results for the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 4.63 percent with an average 0.5 point for the week ending December 13, 2018—a drop from an average of 4.75 the week prior. It noted that the 30-year FRM averaged 3.93 percent the same period a year ago. “The 30-year fixed fell to 4.63 percent this week – the lowest it has been since mid-September,” said Sam Khater, Chief Economist at Freddie Mac. Sharing her insights on the Freddie Mac release, Danielle Hale, Chief economist at, said, “Mortgage rates slipped further this week as previous volatility in stock and bond markets was passed through to borrowers. At 4.63 percent, rates are the lowest they’ve been since mid-September, but remain 70 basis points above year-ago levels.”In the 15-year FRM category, the average was at 4.07 percent with an average 0.5 point—recording a decline from an average of 4.21 percent the past week. Last year, the 15-year FRM averaged 3.36 percent. The 5-year Treasury-indexed hybrid adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) averaged 4.04 percent with an average 0.3 point. This is a decline from last week’s average of 4.07. The 5-year ARM averaged at 3.36 percent in 2017. Khater pointed out that “mortgage rates have either fallen or remained flat for five consecutive weeks and purchase applications have seen an uptick in demand on account of the lower rates. “While the housing market softened in response to higher rates through most of this year, the combination of a low unemployment and recent downdraft in rates should support home sales heading into the early winter months,” he said. Hale indicated that lower rates may be a lucky break for home buyers still shopping, enticing those hoping to buy a home next year to start their search early. “Although we don’t see it in this week’s data, momentum has started to shift and rates are likely lining up to resume their upward climb,” she said.center_img Danielle Hale Freddie Mac Home Sales Mortgage Rates Sam Khater 2018-12-13 Donna Joseph Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgHe said the package “ensures farmers do not bear the brunt of unfair retaliatory tariffs imposed by China and other trading partners”.”Our team at USDA reflected on what worked well and gathered feedback on last year’s program to make this one even stronger and more effective for farmers,” he said.The USDA says that further details regarding eligibility and payment rates will be released at a later date.Aid package “insufficient to make the industry whole”In response to the release of the trade assistance package, Western Growers president & CEO Tom Nassif issued the following statement:“We appreciate the efforts of the Administration to again partially offset the damages being incurred by the agriculture industry as a result of the ongoing trade war with China. In particular, we are pleased that the direct payment options have been expanded to include both table grapes and the broader tree nut industry.“However, we are disappointed that funding for the export promotion program was cut in half, to just $100 million, despite the fact that it was massively oversubscribed during the last round of trade assistance. As a silver lining, we see this situation as an opportunity to open up new markets for American agricultural products in other parts of the world.“Regardless, it is important to acknowledge that the current trade aid package – as was the case with the last one – will be insufficient to make the industry whole. Indeed, it will take American farmers many years, if ever, to recover from the lost trade revenues and, more importantly, lost markets that have resulted from the continuation of trade disruptions with China.“As I stated in response to the last trade mitigation plan, our farmers are competing in a global marketplace with rivals who are already taking advantage of the supply gaps left by these artificial trade barriers. We again urge the rapid and successful conclusion of our trade conflicts with China and the restoration of commerce between American family farms and buyers across the globe.” May 23 , 2019 U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced that the Trump Administration will provide up to US$16 billion in trade war relief programs to help farmers who have been impacted by the ongoing trade war with China.The centerpiece is cash payments under the Market Facilitation Program (MFP) totaling US$14.5 billion to producers of a variety of crops as well as dairy and pork producers impacted by retaliatory tariffs.Additionally, US$1.4 billion will be made available under the Food Purchase and Distribution Program (FPDP) of purchase surplus commodities affected by trade retaliation including fruits and vegetables for distribution by the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) to food banks, schools, and other outlets serving low-income individuals.U.S. tariff revenue collected by the Treasury would be used to support the program, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).The move follows a major escalation in the trade war earlier this month when both countries raised tariffs on each other for a wide range of imports. Last year the U.S. Government provided a US$12 billion support package to help farmers offset losses from tariffs imposed by various countries.”China hasn’t played by the rules”The USDA says the US$16 billion support package is in line with the “estimated impacts of unjustified retaliatory tariffs on U.S. agricultural goods and other trade disruptions”.“China hasn’t played by the rules for a long time and President Trump is standing up to them, sending the clear message that the United States will no longer tolerate their unfair trade practices, which include non-tariff trade barriers and the theft of intellectual property,” Perdue said. Canada considers retaliatory tariffs on U.S. apple … You might also be interested inlast_img read more

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first_imgThis came on the heels of throwing a near-interception on Arizona’s first drive, but 49ers safety Eric Reid just dropped it.Admit it, you were thinking Palmer would throw four picks and the Cardinals would get blown out, right? I know that thought crossed my mind.But, as he has done all season long, the veteran quarterback showed the almost uncanny ability to wipe his memory clean and just keep playing football. Palmer finished the day 28-of-49 for 407 yards and two touchdowns. He finished the season with a career-high 4,267 passing yards and became the first player in NFL history to record a 4,000-yard passing season with three different teams.“He’s a resilient guy. I can’t say enough about how tough he is mentally,” head coach Bruce Arians said following the game. “Again today, he threw an interception that did lead to a touchdown, but he bounced right back.“You know something good is going to happen sooner or later, because he’s going to keep sending it in there.”Palmer did throw 22 interceptions this season, the second-most in the league. But more than half of them (12) came in games the Cardinals won, showing that the former Heisman Trophy winner has the innate ability to “shake it off.” Comments   Share   Boldin, who starred for the Cards from 2003 to 2009, made his first trip to UOP Stadium as a visitor, and let’s just say he was a rude guest. Boldin had nine catches for 149 yards and a touchdown. His 63-yard reception set up the 49ers’ second touchdown. But he wouldn’t have another catch until the fourth quarter, but we saw vintage #81 on San Francisco’s last two field goal drives, including a huge 18-yard catch on first down, just two plays before Dawson’s game-winner.He finished the season with 85 catches for 1,179 yards and seven touchdowns — not bad for a 33-year-old guy who has been traded and cut in the last four years.5Will the real Rob Housler please stand up? – If there has been a more frustrating player on the Cardinals’ offense this season than third-year tight end Rob Housler, I’d like to know who it was.After being effectively benched last week in Seattle after a drop and taking what appeared to be an easy touchdown pass off the face, Housler struggled again early Sunday. He had another drop on a pass that should have been a touchdown and ran what appeared to be the wrong route on a deep pass from Palmer.But unlike the Seattle game, Housler forged on to make a few positive plays, including a nice 24-yard reception on the drive that led to Feely’s game-tying field goal. GLENDALE, Ariz. — Well, it’s over. A thrilling 2013 campaign ended for the Arizona Cardinals Sunday with a hard-fought 23-20 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at University of Phoenix Stadium.Fittingly, it was a game that followed a prevalent theme of the season — perseverance. The Cardinals shot themselves in the foot early and often, digging themselves a 17-0 hole after one quarter of play. But, as they’ve done all year, the Cardinals clawed their way back into the game. This time, behind a stout run defense and 407 yards and two touchdown passes from Carson Palmer. It’s been a while since I’ve said this, but I personally can’t wait until September to see what’s in the next chapter of this book. – / 22 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo San Francisco made plays down the stretch, including a 40-yard field goal from Phil Dawson as time expired to give them the victory and their second-straight season sweep of the Cardinals, who finished 10-6.Here are six things that stood out to me from Sunday’s game (and the season)…1This run defense is special – The 49ers raced out to a 17-point lead and couldn’t run the football against the Cardinals. In fact, San Francisco accumulated only 40 yards on the ground in the last 45 minutes of the game. Frank Gore had 11 carries for eight yards after the first quarter, and finished the game with just 14 yards — his lowest output of the season.Over the last eight games of the season, the Cardinals’ defense allowed an average of 80.6 yards per game to their opponents. They allowed two opposing runners — Maurice Jones-Drew of Jacksonville and Zac Stacy of St. Louis — to reach the end zone.2Carson Palmer is one resilient S.O.B – It happened again Sunday. Palmer threw an early, ugly interception. On the Cardinals’ second possession, Palmer almost inexplicably threw a ball intended for Michael Floyd, who had five San Francisco defenders near him. Linebacker NaVorro Bowman made the pick and returned it to the Cardinals’ 16-yard line. Five plays later, Colin Kaepernick hit Anquan Boldin on a 4-yard touchdown throw. Housler finished the game with five catches for 78 yards, and had a career-high 454 yards this season. But most would agree, he has not been the downfield threat he was advertised as when he was drafted out of Florida Atlantic three years ago.6Just the beginning – The Cardinals’ locker room had a strange feel to it after Sunday’s game. Optimism and sadness were palpable in equal measure. Yes, the Cardinals knew that whatever happened in Glendale was meaningless, as the New Orleans Saints were well on their way to clinching the sixth and final NFL playoff berth by bludgeoning the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But they didn’t care. They just wanted a win over the 49ers to send them into the offseason as one of just three teams in league history to win 11 games and not make the playoffs. That didn’t happen — thus, the sadness.But under all that was a thick layer of optimism. A new GM and coaching staff came in and completely rebuilt a team that just one year ago, was reeling from a 5-11 season. Now they’ll watch the postseason from home, with an eye to the future.Defensive tackle Darnell Dockett may have summed it up best. “Like Bruce Arians says, this is the beginning, this is the first year,” he said. “We were 10-6 and missed the playoffs by a game. We will regroup and we will continue to work. We will be one dangerous team next year.” Top Stories While Palmer’s season was certainly not Pro Bowl-caliber, one can make a solid argument that he was the team’s offensive MVP this season.3Feely, Nothing more than Feely… – Talk about your roller coaster rides — that’s what Jay Feely’s season was. The veteran kicker’s season featured quick accelerations, sharp dips and even some vomiting.Feely was in Arians’ doghouse early, after missing a 30-yard field goal in a preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys, and every time he found his way out of it, something pulled him back in. Sunday’s performance didn’t help Feely’s chances to be re-signed in the offseason. He missed a 37-yard field goal in the first quarter and a 43-yarder in the fourth quarter.When asked what he said to his kicker following the game, Arians was brief.“Nothing,” he said.For as good as Feely has been in his four-year stint with the Cardinals — he’s hit 98 of 115 field goal attempts — I’d be willing to bet we’ve seen his last kick for the Cardinals.4Anquan Boldin is still incredible – Making the loss a little more painful for Cardinals fans was the fact that one of their favorite sons was inflicting heaping helpings of damage on the home team. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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