A connector road between Springhill and Oxford in Cumberland County will soon be easier to drive thanks to a tender announced by the Department of Transportation and Public Works. The tender is for repaving of Route 321 from the Springhill town line north for six kilometres. “Secondary roads play an important part in Nova Scotia’s transportation system,” said Ronald Chisholm, acting Minister of Transportation and Public Works. “This project is part of our continuing efforts to upgrade the province’s highways.” The Department of Transportation and Public Works’ highways division manages more than 23,000 kilometres of roads in Nova Scotia. It maintains 4,100 bridges and operates seven provincial ferries. Staff provide services from district offices in Bridgewater, Bedford, Truro, and Sydney.
New Delhi: The Chandigarh bench of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has approved the proposed merger of telecom infrastructure companies Bharti Infratel and Indus Towers. “National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Chandigarh Bench, vide its order dated May 31, 2019, has sanctioned the scheme of amalgamation and arrangement between Indus Towers Limited (transferor company) and Bharti Infratel Limited (transferee company) and their respective shareholders and creditors under Section 230 to 232 of the Companies Act, 2013,” Bharti Infratel said in a regulatory filing on Sunday. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documents As per the filing, the amalgamation scheme would become effective on the date on which certified copy of the NCLT order is filed with the registrar of companies upon fulfilment or waiver of other conditions prescribed in the scheme. The merger would also require approval from the Department of Telecommunications. In April 2018, Bharti Airtel, and erstwhile Idea Cellular and Vodafone Group had agreed to merge both the tower companies to create a mega company born with an estimated 1.63 lakh towers in 22 telecom circles in the country.
22 January 2010As relief efforts continue in the wake of the devastating quake which struck Haiti last week, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today emphasized the need to rebuild the impoverished Caribbean nation and “turn disaster into opportunity.” Addressing the General Assembly this morning, Mr. Ban said the emergency response to the 7.0 magnitude quake must shift in the coming weeks towards longer-term relief and recovery.The international community must help the Haitian Government reconstitute itself, restore basic services and jump-start the economy, he said.The Assembly backed the Secretary-General’s call by appealing for “speedy, sustainable and adequate” support for the relief, early recovery, rehabilitation, reconstruction and development efforts of Haiti.In a resolution adopted during today’s meeting, the Assembly also called on the international community to provide assistance in response to the $562 million flash appeal launched last week by the UN to support the humanitarian response. Haiti, the Western Hemisphere’s poorest nation, was making progress prior to the 12 January tremors, enjoying political stability and stepped up economic investment.But the earthquake, which ravaged the capital, Port-au-Prince, has affected one third of the country’s population of 9 million. “Haiti’s recovery must begin with its people – strong, resilient and impatient to get to work rebuilding their lives and their country,” the Secretary-General told the 192-member Assembly today.Last week’s disaster provides an “opportunity to build back better,” he said, quoting his Special Envoy Bill Clinton.On top of restoring the Government, governance must be improved, and along with rebuilding factories, the right environment to draw ever greater investment must be created, Mr. Ban noted.“And we need to provide jobs, not only to those who lost their jobs last week, but to the millions of Haitians who did not have a job in the first place,” he emphasized.“The people of Haiti are not looking for handouts,” the Secretary-General, who visited the country on Sunday, said.To this end, the UN has launched a cash-for-work programme to “help Haitians help themselves” by paying them to clear rubble from the street, distribute urgently-needed aid and build camps for those made homeless by the quake.The UN Development Programme (UNDP) has appealed for over $40 million to support the project, which aims to involve 220,000 people and indirectly benefit 1 million others, and Mr. Ban told the Assembly that he hopes to scale up the scheme three-fold or more.The $5 a day Haitians will earn through the initiative will circulate through the economy, boosting small businesses and banks, ultimately stimulating the economy and spurring job growth.The Secretary-General said that “a clear and concrete sense of gaps and needs” is essential for success in Haiti, directing UN agencies to coordinate with the World Bank and others to launch a post-disaster needs assessment.He will also dispatch John Holmes, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, and UNDP Administrator Helen Clark to Montreal, Canada, early next week to help coordinate a global reconstruction conference.“Haiti has never been more in need,” Mr. Ban underscored.
by Aleksandra Sagan, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 7, 2017 2:00 am MDT Last Updated Apr 7, 2017 at 3:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Food expert raises concerns that garlic powder may contain inferior ingredients QUEBEC CITY, Que. – One of the world’s foremost experts on food fraud is warning about the possibility that garlic powder on store shelves including those in Canada may contain inferior ingredients.Prof. Christopher Elliott, director of the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland, is sounding a note of caution after noticing two trends he says don’t add up.Garlic sales around the world so far this year are on pace with those last year, Elliott said, despite a particularly cold bout of weather that laid waste to vast tracts of garlic crops in China, which produces most of the world’s supply.“Where’s all the garlic coming from?” Elliott said in an interview.Elliott and other researchers are investigating garlic supply chains to determine whether garlic powder has been diluted with other products, such as talcum or chalk.His suspicions about spices have been right before.Last year, Elliott published a study that showed about a quarter of oregano sold in the U.K. and Ireland contained other products, including olive and myrtle leaves.“It didn’t matter the price of the oregano — the very expensive oregano or the very cheap — the adulteration happened across the full spectrum,” he said in a keynote speech earlier this week at a global conference in Quebec City about food fraud.There are common threads Elliott said he looks for when trying to uncover cases of food fraud.“Has there been crop failures? Are there price wars going on in a particular commodity?” he said. “Currency fluctuations are another driving factor (and) political instability and corruption.”He points to the recent furor over Brazil’s meat exports as one example. Several countries halted imports of Brazilian meat last month while investigators look into allegations that health inspectors allowed expired meat to be sold and covered it up in exchange for bribes.Beyond the fact that customers may not be getting what they’re paying for, Elliott said there are safety concerns with food fraud. Hidden ingredients that are toxic can accumulate and harm one’s immune system. People with peanut allergies who are exposed to a product diluted with a peanut ingredient may risk death.Another concern is the use of pesticides that some countries have banned, which have been found in some adulterated food, Elliott says.Canada has a robust system to detect pesticides and other chemicals in order to make sure that they fall within acceptable limits established by Health Canada, said Aline Dimitri, the deputy chief food safety officer for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.“We haven’t really seen any major deviations in the system that would make us worry,” she said.Dimitri said the monitoring system randomly checks a wide range of foods for chemical residues, though it doesn’t capture the entire food market.“This is our first line of defence to see if overall the food system is within the tolerance levels that are set for health and safety purposes.”Follow @AleksSagan on Twitter.
Jaffa Road performs at the Centre for the Arts on April 2.Sales of Jaffa Road CDs at last summer’s California WorldFest told Aaron Lightstone two things.First, Californians still buy a lot of CDs in this day of digital downloads. The band sold more albums in the Golden State after their brief visit than at any show in their home base of Toronto.Second, something about the band’s innovative inter-cultural sound that blends Jewish, Arabic and Indian music with jazz, rock and dub strikes a chord with audiences anywhere.“Something resonates and people like it,” said Lightstone, founding Jaffa Road member.That something is the limpid and entrancing vocals of Aviva Chernick against the layers of exotic sounds turned out by Lightstone, who handles the oud, guitar and synthesizer, and fellow band mates Chris Gartner, Jeffrey Wilson and Sundar Viswanathan.Other world music groups have strived for that same seamless sound to no avail while Jaffa Road, named for the storied artery that traverses Jerusalem, has made it work. They have the ever-growing fan base, regular rotation on CBC Radio, and, of course, the Juno Award for World Music Album and Canadian Folk Music Award for World Music Group to prove it.“There can be a danger of too many disparate parts that come together and sound really contrived,” explained Lightstone, whose father is a cousin of Brock University President Jack Lightstone.“Our music works because it happens in a natural way. As individual musicians, each person has a diverse musical power in what we studied. It comes together – we want to play together and make something that sounds good to us.”What results is a brilliant balance of the foreign and the familiar that also sounds good to those who turn up at Jaffa Road shows – and leave with a CD.Niagarans will be able to hear the band’s perfect mix when it visits the Centre for the Arts for the first time on Thursday, April 2 at 7:30 p.m. There will be “all of our favourite tunes from our record player,” improvisation, and “a lot of textures” as Jaffa Road continues to promote its acclaimed sophomore effort, Where the Light Gets In.While Lightstone hopes to see many fans in the audience, he’s eager to host as many Centre for the Arts members, not yet familiar with the band. He wants to take them on that same musical journey that has convinced so many others of the group’s ability to harmonize traditional Eastern and contemporary Western sounds without being alien or alienating.“With our music particularly, I think of foreign sounds that, to the Western ear, sound interesting and exotic, but because we’re not playing it in the pure way – there’s rock and pop elements as well – there’s something familiar to it,” Lightstone said. “It’s not completely outside of people’s comfort zones.”Audience members will be seated on stage with the artists for a truly unique live experience. Limited seating available.Tickets range from $5 to $36 and HOT TICKET members are invited to bring friends for FREE. For tickets and more information please visit the Box Office in Thistle, call extension 3257 or visit www.Arts.BrockU.ca
Louisville showed its depth and Michigan did not show its youth, and those two elements carried the No. 1-seeded Cardinals and fourth-seeded Wolverines to Monday night’s NCAA Tournament championship game Monday night in Atlanta at the Georgia Dome.With reserve Luke Hancock providing 20 points off the bench, Louisville pulled out a 72-68 victory over surprising Wichita State to move the Cardinals to the last night of the season for the first time since 1978. Michigan, meanwhile, edged Syracuse 61-56 in a grind-it-out-game.Neither win was easy.It took three-pointers by little-used Tim Henderson, playing for injured Kevin Ware, to give Louisville some life when the Cards trailed by 12 in the second half. The Shockers looked to be headed for another upset. But Henderson’s shots charged Louisville and Hancock–and some tough defense–helped turn around the game.The Cardinals outscored 37-21 in last 6:43 in an inspiring rally.“I just kept telling the team, ‘This is a dogfight. . . And you’ve got to win the fight.”“We just played super hard,” Cardinals guard Russ Smith, who led the Cardinals with 21 points despite a slow start. “Nobody wanted to go home.”It did not look good for a long time Wichita State was better and more confident.Louisville was struggling so badly that Ware actually got out of his seat at one point, hobbling over on his broken leg to the Louisville huddle.“He just wanted to tell us that we needed to pick it up,” Siva said. “We know how much it would mean for him to be out there. He just tried to give us whatever we needed, the extra motivation, the extra boost to get over the hump. That’s what he did.”Michigan, meanwhile, handled the vaunted Syracuse defense better than anyone has in the tournament, despite player of the year Trey Burke scoring just seven points on 1-for-9 shooting.“We know Trey is our leader, and sometimes he’s not going to have a game like he’s had all season,” said Tim Hardaway Jr., who led Michigan with 13 points. “That’s when our team stepped up.”Trailing 58-56, the Orange had a chance to force overtime. But Brandon Triche was called for a foul when Jordan Morgan stepped in to take the charge with 19.2 seconds left.“Jordan is our best charge-taker,” Beilein said. “He stood in there and took a good one.”Michigan held on from there, as Syracuse, down by three, curiously did not attempt a trey in the last 12 seconds, instead going for missed layup. The Wolverines secured the rebound, a last-second dunk and the win.“We’ve been a team all year,” said coach John Beilein, whose Wolverines were playing in the Final Four for the first time since 1993, when the Fab Five lost for the second straight time in the national title game. “It was great.”
Madeleine McCann’s parents have accused the judges who ruled against them in their court fight with an ex-police chief of acting “frivolously” and claimed their argument “lacked foundation”.Kate and Gerry McCann made it clear through lawyers that they strongly disagreed with the judges’ “erroneous” premise that the lifting of their status as “arguidos” – or formal suspects – did not mean they were innocent of any involvement in their daughter’s disappearance in May 2007.Portugal’s Supreme Court earlier this month backed former detective Goncalo Amaral over his 2008 book The Truth of the Lie, in which he alleged the McCanns faked Madeleine’s abduction to cover up her death in their Algarve holiday apartment.Judges angered the McCanns by claiming the July 2008 archiving of the first Portuguese investigation into their daughter’s disappearance “was determined by the fact that public prosecutors hadn’t managed to obtain sufficient evidence of the practice of crimes” by them. The couple’s response was laid out in a nine-page complaint revealed on Tuesday that was lodged with the Supreme Court last Friday in a bid to invalidate its ruling rejecting the McCanns’ libel appeal against Amaral and the makers of a TV documentary based on his book.The document, drafted by the McCanns’ Portuguese lawyer Isabel Duarte and and her colleague Ricardo Correia, said: “The appellants understand the archiving of the case took place because during the inquiry, sufficient evidence had been collected to show the ‘arguidos’ had not committed any crime.”They said the removal of the McCanns’ ‘arguido’ status had legally-binding connotations and claimed the Supreme Court judges’ argument that it could be easily altered “lacked foundation”.Accusing them of acting “frivolously” and contradicting themselves with their statements about the reasons for the archiving of the 2008 investigation, they added: “It cannot be stated that it is not acceptable that the archiving of the case is considered the equivalent to proof of innocence.” Ex-detective Goncalo Amaral was spared having to pay the McCanns the compensationCredit:Ellen Branagh/PA Show more Mrs Duarte confirmed at the weekend the McCanns had lodged a formal complaint against the latest court ruling, although she declined to go into detail about why and how they were fighting the case.Amaral was ordered to pay the McCanns £430,000 by a Lisbon court in April 2015 after they won the first round of their lengthy judicial battle over his book and a subsequent TV documentary.The former police chief got that ruling – and a ban on selling his book – overturned on appeal in April last year. The decision by Lisbon’s Court of Appeal sparked the Supreme Court fight, which was resolved on January 31.The full 76-page ruling that sparked the new legal challenge by the McCanns was later released.Judges made it clear in their decision their job was not to decide whether or not the McCanns bore any criminal responsibility over their daughter’s disappearance and it would be wrong for anyone to draw any inferences about the couple’s guilt or innocence from their ruling. 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. Madeleine McCann disappeared on holiday in the Algarve in May 2007Credit:PA The Supreme Court ruling meant Amaral was spared having to pay the McCanns the compensation he was ordered to hand them after the first court ruling in 2015. The payment was frozen when he launched his successful appeal.Earlier this month it emerged the ex detective, removed as head of the investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance after criticising British detectives, was writing a new book about the unsolved mystery.The McCanns, both 48, of Rothley, Leicestershire, have said they will sue if The Truth of the Lie is sold in Britain.They said in a statement after learning of the Supreme Court ruling against them: “What we have been told by our lawyers is obviously extremely disappointing.”It is eight years since we brought the action, and in that time the landscape has changed dramatically, namely there is now a joint Metropolitan Police and Policia Judiciaria investigation which is what we have always wanted.”The police in both countries continue to work on the basis that there is no evidence Madeleine has come to physical harm. “We will of course be discussing the implications of the Supreme Court ruling with our lawyers in due course.”It is believed the McCanns are discussing the possibility of taking the case to the European Court of Human Rights. The apartment from which Madeleine McCann disappeared in Praia da Luz, in the AlgarveCredit:Clara Molden for The Telegraph But they added: “It should not be said that the appellants were cleared via the ruling announcing the archiving of the criminal case.”In truth, that ruling was not made in virtue of Portugal’s Public Prosecution Service having acquired the conviction that the appellants hadn’t committed a crime.”The archiving of the case was determined by the fact that public prosecutors hadn’t managed to obtain sufficient evidence of the practice of crimes by the appellants.”There is therefore a significant, and not merely a semantic difference, between the legally admissible foundations of the archive ruling.”It doesn’t therefore seem acceptable that the ruling, based on the insufficiency of evidence, should be equated to proof of innocence.”
Over 70 people packed into the Brunswick premises of the Australian Greek Welfare Society (AGWS) last week to quiz Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews. The meeting, organised by the Association of Greek Elderly Citizen Clubs of Melbourne and Victoria, sparked a lively question and answer session lasting more than an hour. Pensioners grilled Mr Andrews about what Labor would bring to the table if it was returned to power at the next state election, and what it could do better in opposition, for seniors facing hardship. Concerns were expressed on a wide range of issues, but cost-of-living pressures held centre stage, with the audience’s empassioned descriptions of the pension’s inability to cover essentials such as rate increases and rising energy costs. Labor recently slammed the Baillieu government’s credentials on seniors’ support, accusing the Coalition of cutting the value of state concessions on pensioners’ energy bills, increasing transport costs and slashing funding to the Home and Community Care program – which in turn has impacted home care, meals-on-wheels, respite services and home maintenance. For Victorian pensioners living in public housing, the federal government’s recent pension increase has been swallowed up by increased public housing rents. Other matters brought up included access to personal alert systems funded by the state government (recent changes in criteria some feel make it harder to obtain the potentially life-saving technology), and on the cultural side, the need to reinvigorate Victorian Seniors Week. Observations made during the meeting included the plight of carers looking after their own elderly – carers who are themselves elderly – and how such carers could be supported more. Also brought to the Labor leader’s attention was the issue of Greek Australian families being burdened by the needs of new arrivals from Greece, often elderly, returning to Australia because of the Greek economic crisis. Voula Messimeri AM, executive director of AGWS told the forum that the welfare society had been “inundated by the demand [of new arrivals], and that this shows that the Greek community is not static and its needs are complex.” In response, Mr Andrews offered to petition the government to look at support mechanisms to deal with the issue of new arrivals from Greece “not at the end of the year or in two years, but to take account of these factors now.” After the forum Mr Andrews told Neos Kosmos: “There’s not enough effort from the state government in so many areas – altogether they add up to making it harder for pensioners – and that’s not what government should be about.” On what a Labor government would do to respond to the concerns raised, the Labor leader added: “I’m not wanting to make promises I can’t keep, so we’ll take the time to develop costed and funded policies. “The most important thing has been to come and listen and hear first hand about things we might be able to do.” Mr Andrews said that much was owed to Victoria’s Greek elders. “They have made a fantastic contribution through hard work, a focus on family, putting-in to build a stronger Victoria, and we need to make sure as a government that we don’t forget them, at a time when they need the community to repay them for all those taxes and all that hard work. “We need to make sure we’re there for them.” Mr Andrews made a pledge to the audience to return before the state election to explain Labor’s costed policies in detail. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Ice Cream Sandwich peine à s’imposerLes statistiques dévoilées par Google montrent que son dernier OS équipe moins de 1% des terminaux mobiles équipés d’Android.Arrivé sur le marché le 19 octobre dernier, Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” peine à s’imposer sur les terminaux mobiles équipés du système d’exploitation de Google. À lire aussiLes applications pour entraîner son cerveau sont-elles vraiment efficaces ?Les statistiques publiées par la firme de Mountain View montrent en effet qu’Ice Cream Sandwich n’équipe que moins de 1%, 0,6% exactement, des smartphones et tablettes tactiles de la galaxie Android. Une très faible part de marché qui s’explique par le fait qu’aucun constructeur ne se soit pour l’instant lancé dans le déploiement de la mise à jour sur ses appareils compatibles, relaye Clubic.C’est Android 2.3 qui s’impose comme le leader mondial, avec 55,5% de parts de marché, devant Android 2.2 qui compte 30% d’utilisateurs. Mais le renouvellement de la gamme des constructeurs ainsi que la possibilité d’utiliser Ice Cream Sandwich à la fois sur smartphones et tablettes tactiles devraient néanmoins bientôt faire grimper ses chiffres. Le 6 janvier 2012 à 09:45 • Maxime Lambert
Stay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. BLACK PANTHER is incredible, kinetic, purposeful. A superhero movie about why representation & identity matters, and how tragic it is when those things are denied to people. The 1st MCU movie about something real; Michael B. Jordan’s Killmonger had me weeping and he’s the VILLAIN— jen yamato (@jenyamato) January 30, 2018God, I can’t wait to see this movie.Even with all of that going on, Marvel has much more planned for 2018, especially on the small screen. Jessica Jones is finally getting a second season this year, and some photos were released this morning. The first season of Jessica Jones is still my favorite of all the Marvel Netflix series so far. It gave us a story about PTSD and living with trauma, an eminently relatable heroine, and probably the scariest Marvel villain ever put on screen. After Daredevil season one, I didn’t think anyone could top the Kingpin, but David Tennant’s Purple Man is still haunting years later. The new photos don’t tell us much about the second season, but it does give us some ideas of where the characters are going. Jessica herself, for instance, will be going to jail.Krysten Ritter (Via Netflix)How she ended up there, who can say? Maybe it has something to do with this season’s villain. Maybe it’s just for drinking in public. Either way, it’s doing nothing to dampen her unimpressed, no-BS attitude.Kristen Ritter (Via Netflix)Nor has it discouraged her from investigating shady things. Literally, in this next photo. Alias Investigations opened back up at the end of Defenders, and from the looks of things, Jessica Jones is back in business.Kristen Ritter (Via Netflix)And then there’s Trish, who looks to have a much more active role this season. If anything, she’s taking a cue from another Marvel Netflix hero who had a successful debut lately. She looks like she can do some damage with that gun.Rachael Taylor (via Netflix)I really hope season two can recapture some of what made the first one so great. I still have no idea how any villain can follow Killgrave. But these photos at least give us an idea of where these characters go this season. I just want more sarcasm and day drinking. From the looks of things, we’ll get plenty of that when Jessica Jones returns March 8, 2018. Looked at the pictures from the Black Panther premiere and now I need to lie down. pic.twitter.com/S2JQ77YTNg— Aifric (@aifreckle) January 30, 2018As great as they look, it sounds like the movie is even better. People have been posting their reactions to Twitter, and it sounds like Black Panther is really something special. Particularly for Marvel. Black Panther was incredible, and powerful and everything we need right now. The words “cultural phenomenon” have never felt more appropriate. Everyone pleaseeeee do yourself a favor and go see it.— Chloe Bennet (@ChloeBennet4) January 30, 2018Michael B. Jordan specifically is getting a ton of praise for his portrayal of Erik Killmonger. It sounds like Marvel listened to the criticisms of its villains, and gave us one we won’t soon forget. Actors from the Black Panther movie showed up at the LA premiere last night in royal attire and African prints. pic.twitter.com/0FJs0HLG5h— AJ+ (@ajplus) January 30, 2018Seriously, everyone looks so amazing, it leaves you speechless. It’s a big day for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. One of its most anticipated movies of 2018 had its premiere last night, and it might be even better than the trailers made it look. But we’ll get to Black Panther in a little bit. The Marvel movie hype train never stops, not even for what could be its best movie yet. Not content with a wildly successful premiere, Marvel put out a trailer for yet another 2018 superhero movie. It may not have the anticipation of Black Panther or be as big and universe-changing as Avengers: Infinity War, but there’s a lot to look forward to in Ant-Man and the Wasp. For example, Evangeline Lilly suiting up. With wings and blasters.Like the first Ant-Man, the sequel looks like a ton of fun. Paul Rudd is always funny and charismatic, and Lilly is looking like a perfect partner and foil. It’ll be especially interesting to see how the events of Captain America: Civil War have affected Scott. In the trailer, we at least see him talking to Hope about it. Maybe being involved in such a big fight convinced him that he needs a partner. The trailer certainly feels much lighter than what we’ve seen from Marvel recently. That’s probably going to be what we need after Infinity War anyway. After watching planets get destroyed and possibly a few character deaths, a more grounded, comedic superhero story will definitely be appreciated.But before we get there, there’s Black Panther, which comes out in just over two weeks. The movie had its premiere last night, and the photos being posted to Twitter will make you wish you were there. The cast looked absolutely stunning in African patterns and outfits that made them look like royalty. Just got back from the Black Panther premiere and after party. You will see this movie five or six times. It is everything and then some.— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 30, 2018 Sony Pictures CEO Says ‘Door Is Closed’ for Now on Spider-Man SplitMarvel Censors Criticism of America From Marvel Comics #1000
By Sulayman BahHawks have put a foot in the first round qualifiers of the Confederation Cup after surprisingly beating Nigerian table-toppers Akwa United 2-1 on Sunday afternoon.Staged in Nigeria, the Gambian team first grabbed a goal via Muhammed Jallow after just 18 minutes ticked before Scorpion playmaker Lamin Chatty doubled the lead in the 40th minute.Akwa halved the deficit with Victor Mboama’s brilliant tap but the Gambians held to their lead to end of time.Hawks are the sole side representing Gambia in the Confederation Cup and this lead raises hope for a possible qualification to the first round qualifiers of the Total Caf Confederation Cup. The second-leg will be staged in Banjul.
Two men had to be hospitalized Wednesday after a dispute over a woman led one of the men to pull out a knife, police said.Around 4:30 p.m., Matthew Walters, Brian Corey and Cameron Peterson were in a car getting onto I-5 south at Dike Access Road near Woodland, police said.According to a release from the Woodland police department, Peterson was driving while Corey and Walters argued over a girl.“At some point, a knife was pulled out and a physical fight ensued,” police said.Walters was sent to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center with stab wounds that were serious but not life-threatening. Walters was listed in satisfactory condition Thursday, hospital spokesman Ken Cole said.Corey was treated for a severe cut on his hand and was released from the hospital.Deputies with Cowlitz and Clark counties were helping with the investigation.No arrests have been made at this time and it is unclear if the case will be referred to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for a determination of criminal charges, police said.
Digital photograph and online media powerhouse Getty Images today announced that it has entered into an agreement to be acquired by private equity firm Hellman & Friedman for $2.4 billion. The deal has been approved by the Getty Images board of directors but still requires approval form the company’s stockholders.Getty Images in January hired Goldman Sachs Group to explore the company’s financial options. As part of the deal—which is expected to close in the second quarter of 2008—Hellman & Friedman will assume $305 million of Getty’s debt.According to Getty Images co-founder and CEO Jonathan Klein, the company’s board of directors “thoroughly evaluated” the company’s strategic alternatives and determined that the deal with Hellman & Friedman is in the best interest of stockholders because “it provides them with superior and certain value.”Getty Investments and company co-founder and chairman Mark Getty, who collectively hold about 15 percent of Getty Images shares, have agreed to vote in favor of the transaction, according to the company.
– / 14Construction will begin in February on a $259 million project to redesign the congested interchange where I-69/US 59 meets the 610 West Loop. Texas Department of Transportation currently ranks it as one of the state’s biggest traffic choke points.Dignitaries were on hand Monday for a groundbreaking ceremony on the Southwest Freeway HOV lane. Mayor Sylvester Turner was there along with Congressman John Culberson and members of the Texas Transportation Commission.As for what the project entails, one-lane connector ramps will be upgraded to two lanes. TxDOT District Engineer Quincy Allen said the big thing they hope to eliminate is sudden lane changes.“Somebody has to stop and weave, or needs to weave, usually their first reaction is to take their foot off the accelerator and slow down,” said Allen. “When we rebuild these ramps we’re going to improve the operational efficiency of them. How much time you have to make a decision when you change lanes.”Other improvements include shoulders for the 610 West Loop bridge. Also detention ponds will be added to help keep water off the mainlanes. TxDOT said vertical clearances will also be increased.The work is scheduled to take between five and six years but TxDOT hopes to finish sooner. Allen said lanes of traffic will be kept open through the construction zone while that work is underway. He added crews will work on a seven-day-a-week schedule, and if they have to close the mainlanes at any point they’ll do it at night or during the weekend. Listen X .@TxDOT District Engineer Quincy Allen: US 59/610 most clogged interchange in Texas @HPMNews887 #hounews pic.twitter.com/7rodYz1hX3— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) November 20, 2017 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share 00:00 /00:59 Mayor @SylvesterTurner speaks at groundbreaking for US 59/610 interchange, says project includes stormwater detention, crucial for hurricane evac @HPMNews887 pic.twitter.com/F7bnCr5gNy— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) November 20, 2017 Pack your patience! US 59/610 @TxDOT project estimated to take six years @HPMNews887 pic.twitter.com/b2dbS0l6KB— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) November 20, 2017 Getting ready for the @TxDOTHoustonPIO groundbreaking for new US 59/610 interchange @HPMNews887 #hounews pic.twitter.com/XGL7DvmBcT— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) November 20, 2017
The VA30 version of syngo.via will be more anatomically intelligent to support radiologists and medical technology personnel in their routine workflows. The software “understands” human anatomy and prepares the images for diagnostic reading. It features “automatic rib labeling,” which automatically identifies and labels the ribs in CT scans. Related Content Technology | Advanced Visualization | June 13, 2019 Materialise Receives FDA Clearance for Cardiovascular Planning Software Suite Three-dimensional (3-D) printing software and solutions company Materialise has received U.S. Food and Drug… read more The Anatomical Range Presets feature displays a quick, precise, optimal view of selected anatomical regions. The application largely automates the steps of selecting the relevant area, aligning the image projections accordingly and editing the detailed view. The automation delivers a consistent quality in the resulting anatomical views and snapshots and does not depend on the skill of the user. Feature | Henry Ford Hospital | May 21, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Innovations in Radiotherapy and Radiology at Henry Ford Hospital Henry Ford Hospital thought leaders regularly speak at the radiation oncology and radiology conferences about new res read more Technology | Virtual and Augmented Reality | June 04, 2019 Ann Arbor Startup Launches Augmented Reality MRI Simulator SpellBound, an Ann Arbor startup specializing in augmented reality (AR) tools for children in hospitals, has officially… read more The syngo.via Advanced Reporting tool, part of the syngo.via General Engine, helps radiologists create clear, well-structured reports for referring or follow-up physicians. Standardized templates enable easier creation of reports but still can be customized to individual needs, and findings from multiple examinations can be consolidated into a single report. The diagnostic report reflects the patient’s entire disease profile, making it easier for doctors to form a comprehensive assessment of the patient’s condition. Utilizing a technology akin to facial recognition in digital photography, syngo.via is able to recognize shoulders, spines, hips and other parts of the body in clinical images and optimizes the way in which they are displayed in their anatomical environment. The presets are initially available for specific anatomical regions in CT and MRI images. Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more Siemens will be located at booth 1934 in Hall A of the South Building at RSNA 2013. 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Depicted here is the feature Anatomical Range Presets, which displays a quick, precise, optimal view of selected anatomical regions.November 26, 2013 — Siemens Healthcare will introduce version VA30 of its routine 3-D and advanced reading software syngo.via at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013). The version will feature new applications and functionalities that further streamline and accelerate the software. An addition to the software includes General Engine, a new package of automated and standardized applications. “Anatomical Range Presets,” for example, identifies individual regions of the body on images captured using computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), aligns the image projections accordingly and then selects detailed views to facilitate case preparation. For customers, this means greater efficiency and enables higher diagnostic confidence. A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D. Henry Ford Hospital’s ViewRay MRIdian linear accelerator system allows real-time MRI-guided radiotherapy. Shown is the support staff for this system. In the center of the photo is Benjamin Movsas, M.D., chair of radiation oncology at Henry Ford Cancer Institute. Second from the right is Carri Glide-Hurst, Ph.D., director of translational research, radiation oncology. Technology | Artificial Intelligence | June 20, 2019 TeraRecon Receives First-of-Kind FDA Determination for Northstar AI Results Explorer Advanced visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) technology provider TeraRecon has successfully completed a U.S… read more For more information: www.healthcare.siemens.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more News | Advanced Visualization | July 03, 2019 TeraRecon Unveils iNtuition AI Data Extractor Artificial Intelligence (AI) and advanced visualization company TeraRecon announced its new iNtuition AI Data Extractor… read more Technology | Virtual and Augmented Reality | June 10, 2019 Medivis SurgicalAR Gets FDA Clearance Medivis announced that its augmented reality (AR) technology platform for surgical applications, SurgicalAR, has… read more
New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Qiu even has a fleeting connection to the man at the center of the latest convulsion in Chinese politics, Communist princeling Bo Xilai, who was ousted in an affair that includes a suspected murder. The two were graduate students at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in the late 1970s, though their only interaction, Qiu says, was when Bo borrowed his favorite pingpong paddle. He never returned it.“One thing good about writing about China is that so many things are happening, you don’t have to worry about writers’ block,” he remarked as he sat in a favorite Shanghai restaurant, “Laobanzhai,” or the “Boss’s Place.”Here, a dish described on the menu as “vegetable rice” sells for as little as 3 yuan (about 50 cents) a bowl, and penny-pinching seniors sometimes bring cheap cuts of meat in their pockets to slip into their noodles.The very rich, on the other hand, can flaunt it on “knife fish,” or Yangtze saury, an endangered species advertised by the restaurant for 4,400 yuan a kilogram (more than $300 a pound).Coming back to the Bo Xilai case, Qiu is forgiving about the missing pingpong paddle, but he has qualms about Bo’s style during his time as party chief in the sprawling Yangtze River metropolis of Chongqing, when he championed mass sing-alongs that harked back to the Cultural Revolution days. Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like “I remembered that place from when I was a child because at that time it was very mysterious to me,” Qiu recalled.There were plenty of rooms, so he stayed a few days.“Maybe because of the pollution of the lake, not too many senior officials want to stay there. It stinks,” he said.“You smell it all day, so you ask questions, and very naturally the story comes to you.”Though Qiu’s version includes plenty of fictional elements, including an attractive young lady, it is based on fact: excessive pollution did leave the lake’s water undrinkable for a time, and an activist who disclosed the problem was jailed.Woven through the narrative is “Don’t Cry, Jade River,” a poem he wrote 25 years ago, lamenting the despoliation of his country:“the dead fish afloat, shining“with the mercury bellies trembling,“their glassy eyes still flashing,“with the last horror and fascination…”Qiu says he expects the Chongqing intrigue also will eventually find its way into his storytelling _ “Maybe change the background a bit. Change the details. I still want to come back to China.”He often returns to Shanghai and always tries to visit the family home, downtown near Shanghai’s riverfront, along a leafy street of shoe shops and hole-in-the wall diners. Old calendars on the walls and an antique dresser with inlaid art deco white and blue glass recall an era when such modest possessions were cherished, before H&M, Ikea, Best Buy and cross-town expressways arrived. Even now, there are no modern amenities _ no bath, toilet or TV.Walking to a neighboring alley, its narrow walls draped with electrical wires and washing, Qiu is greeted with shouts by old friends. They banter in the Shanghainese dialect. A one-time Red Guard leader turns up, complaining. Others chime in. The old neighborhood needs to be torn down, they say, and better housing built. “The people still living there are the ones who cannot afford to buy new apartments,” Qiu explains.It’s a crowded way of living, and after many years away, Qiu can see both good and bad in it.“It’s dark. This neighbor puts a stove here. That neighbor puts a box there. It’s common property, so you often have fights about this kind of thing,” he says.“People can fight, but at the same time, it’s much closer,” Qiu said. “Maybe sometimes we have no choice; we have to help each other.”Qiu is well settled in St. Louis, living off the proceeds of book sales. His wife is a part-time accountant and his daughter recently graduated from college. Living with them is his mother-in-law, for whom he catches catfish, bass and other fish for her to cook. Sponsored Stories But for a city to fully secure its place in the global culture these days, it helps to have a fictional detective taking foreign readers where the guidebooks don’t go, and that’s where Qiu comes in with his brainchild, Chief Inspector Chen Cao of the Shanghai police.In China, the communist authorities still impose boundaries on all things creative, and an author must be careful how much of the recent past to insert into a work of fiction. That particularly applies to Qiu, a Shanghai native transplanted to St. Louis, Missouri.His seven mysteries published in English often are based on real-life corruption scandals, political intrigues and murders, and at 59, this mild-mannered poet and literary scholar has lived through tumultuous times himself.In his teens came the 1966-76 Cultural Revolution, when aged revolutionary leader Mao Zedong, maneuvering against his rivals, unleashed ultra-leftist “Red Guards” to wage a reign of terror on teachers, artists and others of “bourgeois” backgrounds. Only Qiu’s bronchitis spared him a stint, along with millions of others, at “re-education” camps in the countryside.In 1989, when the military crushed the pro-democracy movement massed in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, he was on a fellowship in St. Louis, and decided it was best not to come home. Top Stories Comments Share He considers his outsider status to be an advantage, and worries that if he moved back to Shanghai, he’d be sucked into the property-buying, stock-investing culture. But he does like to visit that loft and gaze out the window.“If you get lonely,” he says, “you can see the cats come to visit.”(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements It “speaks of the real danger of the Cultural Revolution staging a comeback,” Qiu said.The Shanghai that Qiu grew up had once been known as the “Paris of the Orient,” but became a grimy shadow of its pre-communist glory _ a city of workers’ fatigues and shoppers lining up with ration tickets.Qiu worked at a textile factory and buried himself in books. His translations of T.S. Eliot’s work into Chinese eventually led him to a Ford Foundation fellowship and St. Louis.His Inspector Chen series began in 2000 with “Death of a Red Heroine,” in which the investigation into the murder of a young woman, a model worker, leads to high places in the Communist Party.Although his books are sold in China, the classic “whodunnit” remains an alien genre here, outgunned by zombie tales, he says.Those are safer in a society where the police and the party are presumed to be infallible, Qiu explains.“The focus is not on who did it. In the Chinese crime novel, you know who did it,” he says. “A lot of people know who is the bad guy, but what can you do about it?”Qiu came across the plot for his latest Chen novel, “‘Don’t Cry, Tai Lake,” by accident. Walking in a park near the scenic but horribly polluted lake in Wuxi, outside Shanghai, he happened upon a spa for Communist Party cadres. 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Associated PressSHANGHAI (AP) – To climb into Qiu Xiaolong’s childhood home, down a narrow alley where women chop and fry lunch in shared kitchens, is to step on creaking floorboards into Shanghai’s past.But at the top of a steep, worn wooden ladder is a loft with a window revealing the silvery crown of an office tower, part of the glass-and-steel skyscape that heralds Shanghai’s leap into the future. Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family
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