Rate Decreases Prove Reforms Working

first_imgA large number of Nova Scotians will pay less for their autoinsurance in the coming year, demonstrating that governmentreform of insurance regulation is working. The Nova Scotia Insurance Review Board posted its rate filingdecisions today, Oct. 8. The new rates will affect about 63 percent of the auto insurance market in Nova Scotia, or about321,000 drivers. The majority of filings are decreases. “The majority are decreases. They’re not huge decreases, but theyare decreases. This proves that the reforms are bringingstability to the industry,” said Ron Russell, Ministerresponsible for Auto Insurance. “When you add this to the 20 percent rollback we achieved for drivers last year, it meanssignificant dollars back in the pockets of Nova Scotians.” The board posted 38 decisions today on rate filings made by 24insurance companies. The decisions are the first to be made bythe board. It was established by government in September 2003 toregulate rates and ensure fairness for consumers. “This is significant for consumers. It’s the first time inseveral years that insurance companies have voluntarily rolledback rates,” said Mr. Russell. “Insurance companies wouldn’t beable to do that unless investments were paying off and the marketwas stabilizing. A healthy competitive industry is a strongindustry, and one that’s fair for consumers.” The rate filing decisions are posted on the Nova Scotia InsuranceReview Board’s website at www.gov.ns.ca/nsirb/ .last_img read more

Province Pengrowth Support Graduate Research in Energy

first_imgTwo science students are receiving help for their research studies from the Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Innovation Grant. Emma Poirier, of Cheticamp, a master’s student in Applied Science at Saint Mary’s University, and Nicholas Dourado, of Calgary, a master’s student in Physical Oceanography at Dalhousie University, are this year’s recipients of the $15,000 Energy Innovation Grants awarded by the province and Pengrowth Energy Corp. The grant is awarded each year to up to four students studying at a master’s level program with research focused on energy. Both 2012 recipients have a focus on renewable energy. Ms. Poirier is studying tidal energy in the Bay of Fundy and how it creates and affects sediment in the water. “This grant has given me the opportunity for field research to help me understand the potential for renewable tidal energy in the Bay of Fundy,” said Ms. Poirier. Mr. Dourado is using sonar technology to understand how ice in the Minas Passage could be a risk to tidal energy equipment. The Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Innovation Grant was established in 2005, and is available for students beginning a master’s level program in business, engineering, environmental science or earth science at a Nova Scotia university. “The province is proud to be a partner in this program and to support research here in Nova Scotia. The grant offers educational opportunities to students who will make a difference in the growth of our energy sector,” said Energy Minister Charlie Parker. “We at Pengrowth are pleased to work with the province to offer support to these students in continuing their education. Their research and new ideas will be beneficial to Nova Scotia’s energy industry,” said Jim MacDonald, director of Pengrowth’s East Coast Operations. The deadline for applications for the 2013 Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Innovation Grant is Jan. 18. For more information, or to apply, visit www.gov.ns.ca/energy . Pengrowth Management Limited was founded by Jim Kinnear in 1982. Mr. Kinnear also founded Pengrowth Energy Trust, which later became Pengrowth Energy Corporation, in 1988.last_img read more

Province Expands Personal Development Credit

first_imgMore students will be able to take advantage of a credit that allows them to learn about leadership, languages and the arts outside school hours. The province is expanding the Personal Development Credit, which was introduced in high schools this fall. Programs and organizations wanting to be included in the credit beginning next September are invited to submit applications by Jan. 31. “We’ve heard from parents and youth who are pleased that high-school students now have the option to earn credit for learning new skills outside the classroom,” said Education Minister Ramona Jennex. “This credit is another way to encourage youth to be active in their communities and gain skills that can help them in the workforce.” The first phase of the Personal Development Credit began this past September. Students who take part in approved courses through Dance Nova Scotia, Junior Achievement, Cadets and 4-H are able to earn a full or half elective credit on their transcripts. “Through 4-H I have become a confident public speaker and I’ve learned many new skills,” said Nicole MacEachern, a Grade 12 student at Strait Area Education and Recreation Centre in Port Hawkesbury. “I believe having this credit on my transcript will help show my chosen university program and future employers that I would be an asset to their team.” Programs that promote community leadership, arts or languages not offered in schools are eligible to take part in the credit. Programs that charge fees must have options available, such as bursaries, that allow all students to participate. More information for parents, students and service providers is available at http://pdc.ednet.ns.ca.last_img read more

Create new watchdog to review border agency RCMP federal report recommends

first_imgOTTAWA – The Trudeau government should create a new watchdog to handle public complaints about the Canada Border Services Agency, says a federally commissioned report.The report, prepared for Public Safety Canada, also recommends the proposed body be able to look into trends and any systemic problems at the border services agency.The new watchdog, the Canada Law Enforcement Review Commission, would scrutinize both the border agency and the RCMP, given the frequent overlap between the two enforcement organizations.The June 2017 report by former Privy Council Office chief Mel Cappe, now a professor at the University of Toronto, was obtained by The Canadian Press through the Access to Information Act.Scott Bardsley, a spokesman for Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, would not comment directly on Cappe’s recommendations, but said the government is working on legislation to create an “appropriate mechanism” to review CBSA officer conduct and handle complaints.“The government is committed to ensuring that our border services are world class and worthy of the trust of Canadians.”The border agency’s thousands of employees manage the flow of about 100 million travellers — as well as some 16 million commercial shipments — entering Canada annually. They collect, analyze and distribute information concerning people and goods at border points, air terminals and seaports.Border officers can stop travellers for questioning, take blood and breath samples, and search, detain and arrest citizens and non-citizens without a warrant. The border agency faces tough questions about its role in immigration detention following in-custody deaths.The agency’s internal recourse directorate handles complaints from the public, and other bodies including the courts, the federal privacy commissioner and the Canadian International Trade Tribunal examine various concerns about the agency’s work.But the border agency is not overseen by a dedicated, independent review or complaints body.Civil libertarians, refugee lawyers and committees of both the House of Commons and Senate have called in recent years for stronger arm’s-length monitoring.The Liberals have taken steps to keep closer tabs on the border agency’s national security activities by creating a special committee of parliamentarians to review federal security services and proposing a super-watchdog of civilian experts to complement that work.The body Cappe proposes would fill remaining gaps by providing independent scrutiny of the border agency’s law-enforcement activities and addressing complaints from travellers.The new watchdog could look at everything from a shipper’s concern about foot-dragging on a customs decision to the treatment of mentally ill immigrants.Cappe notes that in 2015 there were fewer than 2,400 complaints about border officer actions from travellers. “The need for review is not based on evidence of a misdirected or broken agency. Rather, it is the principles of accountability and transparency that suggest the need for a new review body.”The proposed body would roll in existing powers of the civilian review and complaints commission for the RCMP.It would cover the policies and actions of the Mounties and border agency, with power to initiate reviews. The minister and the two agency heads would also be able to direct or request reviews from the commission.It should have authority to share information with other review bodies and the ability to “follow the thread” of evidence, Cappe says.The commission, with a chair and four or five commissioners, would have power to compel documents and witnesses, as well as authority to dismiss frivolous complaints. Cappe suggests it issue non-binding recommendations to the RCMP and border agency to preserve the accountability of the agencies.In addition, the border agency should publish service standards or codes of conduct for officers and establish a public advisory committee to assist management, Cappe says.— Follow @JimBronskill on Twitterlast_img read more

Brock grads career is in full swing

Jeff Dykeman (BSM ’05) has been passionate about golf for as long as he can remember.He began washing golf carts at the age of eight in exchange for time on the course, and has since used his favourite sport to launch a fulfilling career.The founder and CEO of One Eleven Management Group, a sports and entertainment marketing company, now counts Cabot Links, Canada’s No. 1 ranked golf course and resort, as well as the PGA of Canada and PGA Champions Tour Winner Rod Spittle, among his clients.Jeff Dykeman (BSM ’05) was recognized during Homecoming weekend with the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Distinguished Graduate award.“As a youth, I spent most of my summers at our local golf course. The owners offered me different jobs so I could keep playing,” Dykeman recalls. “I think because I was always hanging around adults, I grew up a little sooner than other kids my age.”This early interest in golf led the Ancaster native to Brock University’s Sport Management program and then on to a 13-year tenure with the Professional Golfers Association of Canada, where he solidified his reputation as a forward-thinking business development and brand manager within the industry.“Many of my experiences in the past 10 years have allowed me to use the foundational lessons I received in the Sport Management program,” he says.But Dykeman’s road to success hasn’t come without a few hazards on the course.He once found himself in charge of a national championship held in Bermuda — with no golf clubs in sight.“One of the biggest problems I’ve ever had to solve as a chief business officer was when a plane full of 100 Canadian PGA Professionals arrived from Toronto and the pilot announced that their golf clubs were still at Pearson.”Dykeman and his team mobilized. They reached out to local radio stations and newspapers, and put out calls on social media asking anyone with clubs to lend them to the tournament.“All people had to do was call a number and we would send a taxi to their house to pick them up,” he explains. “We were surprised by the response we got. All day, clubs were arriving by cab to the course with little notes of well wishes to the players.”The golfers were gracious for the borrowed equipment, which for some brought back early career nostalgia. Meanwhile, Dykeman and his team worked with the event sponsor on chartering a plane to get back the missing bags.Jeff Dykeman (BSM ’05) was honoured during Homecoming in September with the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Distinguished Graduate award. Pictured, from left, are Brock University Alumni Association President Chris Phillips (BBA ’94), Brock President Gervan Fearon, Dykeman and Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Dean Peter Tiidus.“Once everything was solved, you couldn’t wipe the smiles off people’s faces,” he says. “Everyone was so blown away by the positive support from the community, the hospitality and how everyone pulled together to solve this issue.”While reflecting after all the clubs were returned, Dykeman realized the community involvement helped to make the event that much better.Dykeman was named the 2017 Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Distinguished Graduate during Homecoming weekend in September. He is a member of the FAHS Dean’s Alumni Council and the Sport Management Alumni Advisory Board.In 2016, Dykeman was listed as one of Canada’s Sports Business Thought Leaders by Sports Business Canada and in 2013, he was named one of the Most Influential People in Canadian Golf by Canadian Golfer.Asked what advice he had for Brock students, the grad suggested they immerse themselves in as many experiences as possible.“The more you can get involved the better. If opportunities are not coming your way, get out there and volunteer. Practical experience is such an important part of applying the knowledge you’re gaining in the classroom.” read more

Urban Meyer wants Ohio State quarterbacks rough and tough

Whether it was an apparent knee injury at Michigan State or a hit to the head versus Purdue, then-sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller made Ohio State football fans hold their breaths last season on multiple occasions when he had to leave the field due to injury. Miller went through another injury scare Tuesday during the Buckeyes’ ninth practice of the spring football season. The reigning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year was slow to get up following a hit during a team scrimmage near the end of practice. Following Tuesday’s practice, coach Urban Meyer said his junior quarterback was also hit during practice Thursday and is dealing with a sore rib. Miller was clearly unhappy about the hit – it occurred after the ball was out of his hands – and he approached the defensive sideline to confront a teammate before being restrained by coaches. He returned to throw more passes later in the scrimmage. Meyer said he was glad to see his quarterback’s competitive side even after the hit. “I like quarterbacks that want to go get in a street fight and go after it,” Meyer said. “That’s not probably the time to do it, but he’s a competitor. So you’re asking what kind of reaction would I want out of a quarterback? … That’s better than the opposite, (to) just lay on the ground and curl up … He’s a tough kid.” Offensive line issues Junior offensive lineman Antonio Underwood suffered a torn ACL during practice Thursday, Meyer said Tuesday. Meyer said it is a shame that Underwood suffered the injury, which will sideline him for at least a portion of the 2013 season. “For the first time in his career, he’s made a real push,” Meyer said of Underwood. “He’s going to have surgery, and we’ll see what happens, but he was having a heck of a spring.” Meyer said Underwood was “fighting his way into the rotation.” “He was in the top eight (offensive lineman on the depth chart),” Meyer said. Losing Underwood is not Meyer’s only concern with his offensive line. Meyer and the Buckeyes are still trying to determine their starter at right tackle where they are replacing last year’s starter, Reid Fragel, whose OSU career concluded last fall. Meyer said no one has established himself as a starter yet at the position, but it is currently a three-way competition between sophomore Taylor Decker, redshirt sophomore Chase Farris and redshirt freshman Pat Elflein. “That’s the hardest position to make a jump,” Meyer said of the right tackle position. Meyer said Decker, who was the early favorite to start, is “probably a little ahead of where Fragel was” at this point in the spring football season last year, as Fragel was still transitioning to the position after playing his first three OSU seasons at tight end. Meyer said Decker needs to make the same strides that Fragel did last season. Offense and defense compete in scrimmages The offense and defense competed against one another in a scrimmage to conclude Tuesday’s practice, which the offense won on a touchdown pass to the right rear corner of the end zone from redshirt senior quarterback Kenny Guiton to redshirt sophomore tight end Nick Vannett. Points were awarded to the offense for first downs and touchdowns and to the defense for stops and forced turnovers, but Meyer declined a request to explain the scoring system. “That’s between me and Mick (Mickey Marotti, assistant athletic director for football sports performance),” Meyer said. Other scrimmage highlights included a 51-yard field goal made by senior kicker Drew Basil and a deep-ball interception returned past midfield by sophomore cornerback Armani Reeves, though Reeves was also beaten for a couple of deep pass completions. The Buckeyes had a scrimmage Saturday as well, which Meyer said the defense won. The Buckeyes will practice twice more this week on Thursday and Saturday, with Saturday’s practice being the program’s second annual Student Appreciation Day, which is open to students and begins at 11 a.m. OSU has five more spring practices between this week and next week leading up to the LiFESports Spring Game, which will be played April 13 at 1 p.m. in Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. read more

Opposition awaiting Presidents choice for COP position

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCOP appointment: President’s ‘unbribable’ remark leaves room for judgement to be passed- JagdeoAugust 16, 2018In “latest news”Part of the Top Cop selection process required “Grade 6” assessment- JagdeoAugust 30, 2018In “Crime”‘I intend to appoint a Guyanese’ as Top Cop, says PresidentAugust 9, 2018In “Crime” (File photo) Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo and President David Granger during a previous engagementOpposition Leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo on Thursday stated that he is awaiting the President’s choice of the nominee for the position of Commissioner of Police (COP) before he raises any questions in relation to the selection process.Jagdeo explained to media operatives during his weekly press conference on Thursday that he intends to inquire from the Head of State, David Granger, what assessment was undertaken to ensure that the candidate he [President] selected is “unbribable” and holds all the qualities that the President outlined he wanted in the new COP.Earlier this month, Granger told media operatives that some of the qualities the new Top Cop should possess are integrity, intelligence and impartiality.“I don’t give orders to the Commissioner of Police, but I want somebody who is unbribable; I want somebody who is intelligent; and I want somebody whose commitment is to carrying the programme of Security Sector Reform, who has the initiative and who can generate public trust. If I put somebody there who is not trust worthy, the public would laugh,” he had said.Jagdeo, had voiced his opinion that Granger’s assertion that the Police Commissioner has to be “unbribable” leaves room for judgment to be passed on the rejected nominees.“…what is he saying about the candidates who are there and generally, the [Guyana] Police Force? …In a way, it’s disparaging the people there and whoever he selects. People will feel that the other candidates were bribable, that’s why they were not selected,” he said on Thursday during his weekly press conference.According to the PPP General Secretary, this reason given by Granger for the lengthy period in which it is taking to have a substantive Police Commissioner appointed is just “another lame excuse.”Moreover, he posited that the President should have applied this same “unbribable” criteria when he was selecting his own Cabinet.“…if the President had applied this criteria to his own Cabinet, he may not have a Cabinet today…He should focus on unbribable Ministers too, given what we’re seeing now,” he said.Article 211 (1) of the Constitution vests the President with the authority to appoint the Commissioner of Police and every Deputy Commissioner of Police only after “meaningful consultation with the Leader of the Opposition, and Chairperson of the Police Service Commission after the Chairperson has consulted with the other members of the Commission.”With the recent reconstitution of the Police Service Commission, the process will move forward, the President had promised, while noting that he has already spoken with the Chairman of the new Police Service Commission, Paul Slowe, on the matter.Former Commissioner of Police Seelall Persaud went into pre-retirement leave back in February, and officially retired two months later. Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Administration, David Ramnarine, has since been the acting Top Cop.He and seven other Assistant Commissioners were each interviewed for the post.The other ACPs are: Crime Chief Paul Williams; ACP – Operations, Clifton Hicken; Force’s Finance Officer, Nigel Hoppie; ‘A’ Division Commander (ag), Leslie James; substantive ‘A’ Division Commander Marlon Chapman, ‘B’ Division Commander Lyndon Alves; and for the first time ever, a female contender in ACP-Administration II, Maxine Graham. (Ramona Luthi) read more

Fitch says Latin American metals mining liquidity under pressure

first_imgAccording to Fitch Ratings’ special report Latin American Metals and Mining Outlook – Bruised but Not Beaten, published February 4, following a period of sustained strong revenue growth, Latin American metals and mining companies face more than a 50% drop in their EBITDA during 2009. Following periods of high demand and high prices which peaked in mid-2008, these companies amassed strong cash positions on their balance sheets and are well positioned entering the downturn. ‘The next 12 months will prove difficult for these companies,’ says Jay Djemal, Associate Director, and lead author of the report, in Fitch’s Latin American Corporate Team. ‘Leverage and interest covenants may be breached by some Latin American metal and mining companies as a result of the tightening cash flows due to the subdued demand and low metal prices. But very strong cash positions mean it is unlikely that any of the big players will default on their debt obligations.’Many companies announced delays in their capital expenditure projects and have reduced their production levels in response to this cash flow pressure to reflect the economic reality of demand. In addition, these companies have reduced their workforce or negotiated with unions to place employees on partially paid leave, while also temporarily closing mills and mines. Tight controls on working capital have also been imposed.The median cash/short term debt coverage ratio for the group of the Fitch rated Latin American metals and mining companies as of the last twelve months (LTM) ending September 30, 2008 was 1.6 times, a fall from the 2.5 times peak seen in 2006. Median short-term debt for the same period accounted for just 21% of total debt, with the majority of large amortisations not being due until after 24 months. The companies listed in the report include: CAP S.A., CSN, Gerdau, Vale, Samarco, Usiminas, Siderar, Sidetur, Ternium Mexico, Codelco, Southern Copper Corporation, Minera Escondida, Molymet, Alcoa Aluminio and Clarendon Alumina Production Ltd. The report provides the liquidity positions and outlook of these companies as of LTM ending September 30, 2008.Fitch’s rating definitions and the terms of use of such ratings are available on the agency’s public site, http://cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&div=bdafifjgaa&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fitchratings.com&esheet=5890269&lan=en_US&anchor=www.fitchratings.com&index=1.last_img read more

Le mensonge une caractéristique qui va de pair avec la coopération

first_imgLe mensonge, une caractéristique qui va de pair avec la coopération Des chercheurs irlandais ont compilé les données éthologiques concernant la collaboration et la tromperie chez les primates. Leur étude, publiée dans Proceedings of the Royal Society B suggère que ces deux comportements, évoluant parallèlement, sont quasi-indissociables l’un de l’autre, ce qui est une des clés de la nature humaine.    Une équipe du Trinity College de Dublin a analysé la littérature scientifique concernant le comportement de pas moins de 24 espèces différentes de primates, singes et grands singes. Les chercheurs ont constaté que le mensonge ou la tromperie sont plus fréquents chez les espèces qui pratiquent la coopération entre individus. “Bien sûr, la tromperie peut présenter des avantages dans de nombreux domaines du comportement des animaux autres que les interactions coopératives : pour l’accouplement ou lors d’agressions, par exemple. Elle existe chez certaines araignées où les mâles offrent des cadeaux nuptiaux sans valeur à des partenaires sexuelles potentielles”, explique le chercheur Luke McNally. Dans de nombreuses sociétés animales, un comportement coopératif est récompensé, alors que l’inverse est sanctionné. Le mensonge prend alors la forme d’acte de préservation, permettant aux individus d’évoluer dans des sociétés complexes, basées sur les relations.   Un phénomène quasi-universelLes chercheurs se sont aperçus que le mensonge était monnaie courante parmi de nombreuses espèces animales. Ce phénomène peut ainsi se produire chez les bactéries, notamment en cas de surproduction de signaux pour attirer la coopération des autres bactéries.Néanmoins, ce comportement tend à se remarquer chez les espèces qui collaborent fortement entre elles. “Mais notre analyse comparative montre que plus une espèce s’engage dans la voie de la collaboration, plus elle s’engage dans la tromperie – ce qui correspond à notre modèle prédictif”, continue le scientifique. “La corrélation entre tromperie et coopération chez les primates non humains indique que la coopération a été un facteur important dans la sélection de la tromperie au cours de l’évolution humaine”, conclut l’équipe de recherche. La capacité à mentir de façon plus ou moins convaincante à l’autre peut avoir évolué comme une conséquence directe de la nature humaine, plutôt coopérative.  Selon les chercheurs, le mensonge aurait néanmoins évolué après l’apprentissage de la coopération. Cependant, “la tromperie est très vite apparue”, affirment-ils.  Le 17 mai 2013 à 17:28 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Car missing after home invasion in Wheeland

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#homeinvasioninWheeland, #magneticmedianews, #stolen2008NissanSkyline Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, April 11, 2017 – Providenciales – Police need help in tracking down some home invaders who also stole the resident’s car; that car is still missing from an armed robbery in Belgrade Gardens or Phase one in Wheeland.Three men came into the home on Friday night around 9pm, they were dressed in dark coloured clothing and took among other things a Jamaican passport and a 2008 silver Nissan Skyline.   The trio also beat the man who was at the home; the victim was treated at hospital.  At least one of the males, was of slim build, 5’ 8” in height; another was thicker in size.Call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1 800 TIPS, 1 800 8477.#MagneticMediaNews#homeinvasioninWheeland#stolen2008NissanSkylinelast_img read more

Pretrial release officer Pressey retires

first_imgStudiously reading court files with his spectacles perched on the bridge of his nose, pretrial release officer Kirk Pressey has been a fixture in Clark County courtrooms for three decades.When prosecutors and defense attorneys squabbled over whether a defendant should remain in jail pending prosecution, judges turned to Pressey for advice.“He was respected by everybody,” said Superior Court Judge Barbara Johnson. “You looked around the courtroom, and everyone was nodding.”Pressey, 64, retired from his position Friday.As a pretrial release officer, Pressey often started work at 6 a.m., screening defendants who had just been arrested on suspicion of crimes and determining whether they would be good candidates for supervised release pending trial. He and other members of his unit screen about 2,000 defendants per year.Over his 30-year career, he got to know repeat offenders and their families. His colleagues said he seemed to have a photographic memory.“He has the institutional memory, and there’s no way they can replace one of him,” said defense attorney Maggie Smith Evansen. “He did it all, so he can remember people from five years back. He’s like a computer.”Pressey said he was always mindful of the impact his decisions had on individuals and his families.“I don’t take the job lightly, because it is something that affects lives,” he said. “I always question myself. Am I doing the right thing? I collect as much information as I possibly can to make sure I’m making the right decision.”That came through to those who worked with him.“With Kirk, you knew you were going to get a fair assessment,” said Gerry Wear, a defense attorney since 1976. “He was cautious, but he was not unfair. He didn’t assume that because there was an arrest there was guilt. He tempered some positions not only of prosecutors but some that judges took. I have nothing but respect for him. We’ll miss him.”last_img read more

KSA planned to deport 250 Rohingyas to Bangladesh

first_imgScores of Rohingya Muslims sit on the floor of the Shumaisi detention centre in Jeddah, as Saudi authorities prepare to deport the men to Bangladesh. Photo: AljazeeraSaudi Arabia is planning to deport 250 Rohingya men to Bangladesh, in what will be the second forced deportation by Riyadh this year, Al Jazeera quoted an activist group as saying.Saudi Arabia is home to almost 300,000 Rohingya, according to Nay San Lwin, campaign coordinator for the Free Rohingya Coalition, who urged authorities to stop the deportations, adding that the men faced imprisonment in Bangladesh upon their arrival.”Majority of these Rohingya have residency permits and can live in Saudi Arabia legally,” Nay San Lwin told Al Jazeera.”But these detainees, who are being kept in the Shumaisi detention centre [in Jeddah], have not been treated like their fellow Rohingya. Instead, they are being treated like criminals.”According to one video obtained by Nay San Lwin, the Rohingya, most of whom arrived in the country several years ago, were being prepared to be taken to Jeddah international airport on Sunday where they would then board direct flights to Dhaka.He said the men were expected to be flown out either late on Sunday or Monday evening.Nay San Lwin added that many of the Rohingya entered Saudi Arabia after obtaining passports belonging to countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal through smugglers via fake documents.Nay San Lwin added that many of the Rohingya entered Saudi Arabia after obtaining passports belonging to countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal through smugglers via fake documents.Myanmar stripped the Rohingya of their citizenship in 1982, rendering them stateless.Under the 1982 Citizenship Law, the Rohingya were not recognised as one of the country’s 135 ethnic groups, restricting their rights to study, work, travel, marry, vote, practise their religion and access health services.Saudi Arabia stopped issuing residency permits to Rohingya who entered the country after 2011.Nay San Lwin said that several human rights activists had appealed to Saudi authorities over the past two years and that he had personally approached Saudi officials and diplomats to intervene.”When these Rohingyas arrive in Bangladesh, they could be jailed,” he said. “Saudi Arabia should stop these deportations and grant them residency permits like the other Rohingyas who arrived in the country before them.”Last year, Middle East Eye (MEE) reported that Rohingya detainees were being prepared for deportation shortly after Bangladeshi prime minister Sheikh Hasina visited Saudi Arabia.Some of the detainees held at the Shumaisi detention centre said they had lived in the kingdom their entire lives and had been sent to the facility after Saudi police found them without identification papers.Described as the “world’s most persecuted minority”, around one million Rohingya fled to neighbouring Bangladesh in late 2017 when the Myanmar army launched a brutal campaign against them.The UN accused government soldiers and local Buddhists of massacring families, burning hundreds of villages and carrying out mass gang rapes.Myanmar denies the allegations, saying security forces are battling armed rebels.However, many of the refugees housed in the cramped and unsanitary camps in Bangladesh said they feared returning to Myanmar without guaranteed rights such as citizenship, access to healthcare and freedom of movement.last_img read more

BNPled 20party to organise demonstrations for Khaleda release

first_imgKhaledaThe BNP-led 20-party alliance has decided to stage different action programmes at different metropolitan cities, including Dhaka, in July demanding the release of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia, reports UNB.The decision was taken at a meeting of the alliance at BNP chairperson’s Gulshan office on Monday night, said 20-party coordinator Nazrul Islam Khan.Briefing reporters after the meeting, he said, “We’ve taken a decision to observe various programmes in all metropolitan cities with a demand for immediate release of our leader Khaleda Zia,”Nazrul, also a BNP standing committee member, said the 20-party’s next meeting will finalise the action programmes.Replying to a question, he said their alliance is a major democratic force in the country and it is united.The BNP leader said various issues relating to the country’s political situation, proposed budget and farmers’ deprivation of fair prices of their produce came up for discussion at the meeting.All the top leaders of the most alliance components joined the meeting held with BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir in the chair.However, no representative from Jamaat-e-Islami was present at the meeting.last_img read more

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “But for Tom to be going on 40 and do that, that’s motivation for me and I’m sure the other quarterbacks in the league that are our age. That’s very motivating to see him still doing it because just, naturally, you think ‘I can do it too.’” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling On Friday, Palmer said his status is really a year-to-year proposition, and while he says he would love to keep playing for maybe even more than just this next season, he understands things could change with time.Interestingly enough, he joked that a big factor in coming back was, well, change of a different kind that he has dealt with this offseason.“Three weeks in I think I had changed my 900th diaper, and I started getting a little tendinitis in the left hand from all the diaper changes for my one-year-old, so I got to that point and I started realizing, man, the offseason’s pretty short but retirement’s really long,” he said. “So I’m going to make sure this stays as an offseason, not a retirement.”Palmer is under contract through the 2018 season, so it is possible this next one will not be his last. With the way quarterbacks are playing into their late 30s and even 40s, would it really be a shock if Palmer, assuming he stayed relatively healthy, would keep going?Tom Brady, who is 39 and will be 40 by Week 1, just won a Super Bowl after leading the Patriots back from a 25-point halftime deficit against the Falcons.“Obviously Tom’s always talking about recovery and taking care of his body, and the young guys don’t get it — and I didn’t get it when I was 26, 27,” Palmer said. “But once you get that 30 and you hit 33 and then you keep going, it’s so important; rest, recovery, diet, all the supplements you take. Top Stories “I took the month and body’s recovered well; I feel great, feel ready to start getting going on the offseason again.”Palmer added his mind, passion and everything he needs to play are still there, so it was all a matter of being able to physically do what he must to continue playing at a high level.“You start getting old like me and you start getting gray hair, your body starts telling you no,” he said. “At some point it will, but I’m excited that I’ve responded, my body’s responded, and I get to keep playing.”A Heisman Trophy winner who went on to become the No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 NFL Draft, Palmer has played for the Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders and Cardinals.His career has had its ups and downs, but in all, he has thrown for 44,269 yards, 285 touchdowns and 180 interceptions. Among active players, he is seventh in touchdown passes and sixth in passing yards, and has had a bit of a career renaissance in Arizona.In four seasons with the Cardinals, he has posted a 35-17-1 record as a starter while throwing for 14,804 yards and 96 touchdowns with 50 interceptions.Palmer returning for a fifth season in Arizona was big for the franchise since it had no obvious successor in place. Backup Drew Stanton has proven serviceable in that role, but after him there is only the inexperienced Zac Dysert. The Cardinals have expressed interest in finding a young quarterback who can be groomed to ultimately replace Palmer, but that player is not yet on the roster.center_img Comments   Share   Carson Palmer just needed time.Time to get away from the disappointing season that was 2016, and time to let his body recover from the punishment it held.On Thursday, Palmer announced retirement was off the table and he would play in 2017.On Friday, the 37-year-old joined The Rich Eisen Show and provided more detail on his process.“I love playing the game, love everything about it, but at some point your body tells you when to stop,” he said. “The season ended, I just went into Steve Keim and to Coach Arians and just asked them if I could take a month and make sure my body was going to get back to 100 percent, make sure my body was going to bounce back and give me another shot at it. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Cyprus to work to prevent Greece being excluded from international markets

first_imgBy George PsyllidesCyprus will work to prevent Greece’s exclusion from international markets and financial assistance programmes, finance minister Harris Georgiades said on Tuesday, ahead of Wednesday’s critical eurogroup meeting.“We must prevent this eventuality and Cyprus’ efforts will focus on this direction,” Georgiades said.“We will be supporters without expecting anything in return.”The new Greek government wants to ditch its bailout programme – or part of it at least – putting it at odds with its EU partners. Some analysts have suggested that Greece would have no choice but to leave the common currency with whatever that would entail.Georgiades added that Cyprus was following its own course, which is already yielding results.“We are looking at the examples of countries like Ireland, which has implemented its own programme with success and today it is the economy with the highest rate of growth in the entire EU,” he said.The finance minister said Cyprus knew what to do to recover and “I hope that Greece, through its own decisions and those of the Eurogroup will be able to move towards a similar prospect.”Georgiades said the fastest way to get rid of the Troika (European Commission, IMF, ECB) was to restore the island’s access to international markets.“An objective, which is fully feasible.”The minister took a shot at opposition parties whose insistence in suspending the law on foreclosures has deprived Cyprus of an €86 million tranche and dealt a blow to its credibility.The suspension of the assistance, credibility and inability to utilise important tools like the ECB’s quantitative easing programme should be of concern, the minister said.“We want to be able to exploit opportunities the moment they appear and not be led into fresh problems without reason and because of undue approaches,” Georgiades said.Opposition parties claim the suspension of the foreclosures law was the government’s fault for not submitting the insolvency framework – legislation seen as a safety net for vulnerable groups – in time.The government says foreclosures could not go ahead anyway due to the lack of the necessary regulations, which are yet to be drafted.Observers view the opposition’s move as a populist tactic, which, at the same time, provides protection to big borrowers, mainly developers.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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definitely getting excited" Lori Glaze head of NASA’s planetary science division said last week at a symposium on small deep-space probes at Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt Maryland Earlier this year NASA began to accept proposals for a line of small planetary missions with costs capped at $55 million Glaze says 12 teams have submitted proposals and the agency plans to select several finalists in February 2019 Europe too has plans for small planetary probes also known as CubeSats for the cube-shaped modules from which they are built "We see now the potential for interplanetary CubeSats" says Roger Walker the European Space Agency’s technology CubeSat manager in Noordwijk the Netherlands Small satellites can be assembled from low-cost components and released by the dozen from a single rocket But systems key to interplanetary flight including propulsion communication and navigation have traditionally been too bulky to fit into a small package A mission called Mars Cube One (MarCO) twin craft launched in May along with the Mars InSight lander is breaking that size barrier Built from six standard 10-centimeter cubes they are meant to provide a communication relay for InSight as it descends to the surface But Glaze says the craft which passed the halfway point in their journey last week are already pioneers "These CubeSats have flown farther than any ever before" she says "They’ve already demonstrated the ability to do a comm relay" An unfurled radio antenna panel three times the size of the CubeSats themselves transmits a trickle of data directly to Earth using the CubeSats’ limited solar power MarCO also showcases a miniature guidance navigation and control system developed by Blue Canyon Technologies in Boulder Colorado The technology has helped make CubeSats attractive for space science says Dan Hegel Blue Canyon’s director for advanced development "CubeSats were tumbling around not doing much" he says "There was no motivation before to try and shrink your instrument" The company shrank reaction wheels gyroscopes and star trackers into a system that sells for less than $150000 and fits in half a cube Propulsion is a lingering concern The small craft may need to change course or slow down to orbit a planet moon or asteroid Although MarCO’s propulsion system occupies half of the craft it holds only enough fuel to make small trajectory adjustments en route to Mars and it squirts pressurized gas like a fire extinguisher an inefficient approach As a result the CubeSats will helplessly coast past the Red Planet after completing their mission CubeSats in Earth orbit have tested solar sails thin mirrored foils that deliver a gentle push from the pressure of sunlight Other developers are betting on solar electric propulsion systems A device built by ExoTerra Resource in Littleton Colorado uses electricity from solar panels to bombard a xenon gas "fuel" with a beam of electrons creating a charged plasma An electric field shoots the plasma out the back generating a feeble thrust No bigger than a hockey puck the device called a Hall thruster uses fuel much more efficiently than conventional rockets do ExoTerra President Michael VanWoerkom says "If you’re willing to wait longer to get there you can package a lot of propellant into a very small space" he says A big test of propulsion technologies will come at the end of 2019 when NASA’s heavy lift rocket the Space Launch System is due for its maiden voyage It will carry 13 CubeSats many of them focused on moon science "Almost all are using different propulsion technologies" says Goddard’s Barbara Cohen principal investigator for one of the missions Lunar Flashlight an effort to confirm the presence of ice in permanently shadowed regions of polar craters by shining lasers into them Better propulsion could help solve another problem facing planetary small satellites: a lack of rocket rides CubeSats often piggyback on larger mission launches but rideshares beyond low-Earth orbit are rare Solar electric propulsion systems could help craft released into low-Earth orbits make an escape A small satellite equipped with a Hall thruster could spiral out from Earth to the moon in a few months VanWoerkom says Reaching Mars would take a few years Scientists are starting to have big dreams for their small packages Tilak Hewagama a planetary scientist at the University of Maryland in College Park wants to send a small satellite to intercept a comet on its first arrival in the solar system Most comets have swung around the sun many times and their once-pristine surfaces have grown weathered But nearly every year astronomers discover a few that are swooping in for the first time By then it is too late to develop a spacecraft to study them Hewagama says But a small satellite already parked in a stable orbit could maneuver in time to witness the comet’s passage up close—a risky plan that Hewagama says NASA wouldn’t be willing to pursue for a larger more expensive craft Timothy Stubbs a planetary scientist at Goddard wants to use two 30-kilogram satellites to explore the origin of curious bright swirls on the surface of the moon One idea is that weak magnetic fields in moon rocks—implanted by comet impacts or a long-extinct magnetic dynamo—might be repelling the solar wind particles that weather and darken the surrounding soil But understanding the interactions between the particles and the fields requires skimming the moon in a close unstable orbit that would require large amounts of fuel to maintain Stubbs’s solution: Orbit two small satellites in tandem linked by a thin Kevlar tether 25 kilometers long so that a satellite in a higher orbit can stabilize its mate a mere 2 kilometers above the surface Both teams plan to submit proposals to the new NASA funding program—if they can whittle costs down to fit the $55 million cap Small satellites may be cheap but developing a deep-space mission traditionally requires a big team and lots of testing to pare 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