Unnao rape victims 2nd aunt cremated

first_imgBarabanki (UP): The body of the Unnao rape survivor’s aunt, who was killed in an accident in Rae Bareli district, was consigned to flames in her village, about 70 kilometres from here on Thursday.Her mortal remains were brought to the village in the Subeha area here from Lucknow amid tight security. The last rites were performed by her son in the presence of her two daughters. The woman was a widow. As soon as the body arrived, the family members broke down and started crying inconsolably. Some of them cursed jailed BJP lawmaker Kuldeep Singh Sengar, holding him responsible for the woman’s death. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’With tears streaming down her eyes, one of the woman’s daughters told mediapersons that “the accident, in which my mother was killed, was orchestrated by the MLA (Sengar)”. “It is nothing but a well-planned murder,” she alleged. The daughter said her mother was staying with the rape victim for the last nine months and pursued the case in the court. “Though the loss of my mother could not be compensated, a job to my brother will ensure that the family earn a livelihood,” she said. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KShe said “our only demand to Modi ji and Yogi ji” is that the family is adequately compensation. The rape victim’s another aunt, who was also killed in the truck-car collision in Rae Bareli on Sunday, was cremated on the banks of the Ganges in Unnao on Wednesday amid tight security arrangements. The rape victim’s uncle, who was granted a short-term bail to attend the last rites of his wife, was brought to the Ganga ghat from the Rae Bareli district jail to attend the ritual. A speeding truck had hit the car in which the Unnao rape victim was travelling in Rae Bareli, killing her two aunts and leaving her and a lawyer critically injured. The CBI has taken up the investigation into the incident after the family members alleged “conspiracy” behind it. The central investigating agency booked 10 people in the case, including Sengar who is already in jail, charged with the rape of the Unnao woman when she was a minor in 2017.last_img read more

Montreal Gay Villages famous rainbow balls taken down and offered for sale

first_imgMONTREAL — A well-known piece of public art that hangs over Montreal’s Gay Village is being dismantled and sold off in pieces to the public.Known as “18 Shades of Gay,” the installation is made up of 180,000 multicoloured plastic balls strung in rows above Ste-Catherine street, evoking the rainbow LGBTQ flag.The village’s commercial development corporation says that after nine years on display, the landscape artist who designed the ball art wants it to come down to make way for another artist’s work.For $100, members of the public can obtain 54 of the balls in a single colour, plus everything they’ll need to string them up.Village Montreal says most of the proceeds will be used to finance the village’s next art installation, with the remaining 10 per cent going to three local LGBTQ community organizations.In return, purchasers have to agree to pick up their order themselves and refrain from any commercial or public use.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Michael Bublé set to entertain and delight audiences as host of The

first_imgAdvertisement VANCOUVER, BC – Prepare to be entertained by the one and only Michael Bublé. The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and CBC today announced that the 12-time JUNO Award winner and beloved Canadian crooner is set to host The 2018 JUNO Awards, which will be held at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Sunday, March 25, 2018 and broadcast live across Canada on CBC and CBC Radio and around the world on CBCMusic.ca at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET (6 p.m. MT, 7 p.m. CT, 9 p.m. AT, 9:30 p.m. NT).“I’m so grateful for the opportunity to host such an iconic night in Canadian music,”said Michael Bublé. “To be able to host the JUNO Awards in my hometown is both an honour and a privilege.”The multi-platinum singer released his most recent studio album, Nobody But Me, in the fall of 2016. The release followed the critically acclaimed album To Be Loved, Bublé’s fourth album to reach #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 Charts. Nobody But Me was co-produced by the Canadian and includes three original songs written by Bublé and new twists on classic favorites including “My Baby Just Cares For Me”, “The Very Thought of You”, Brian Wilson’s “God Only Knows” and the Johnny Mercer classic “I Wanna Be Around.” Tickets for The 2018 JUNO Awards go on sale this Friday, November 24 at 10 a.m. PT. Tickets are available starting at $59 (plus fees) through the Rogers Arena Box Office, by phone at 1-855-985-5000 and online at ticketmaster.ca. CBC audiences can enjoy a special ticket presale via www.cbcmusic.ca/JUNOs starting Wednesday, November 22 at 10 a.m. PT until 10 p.m. PT. The JUNO Awards has once again partnered with Plus 1 so that $1 from every ticket is donated to MusiCounts, helping to ensure that children and youth across Canada have access to musical instruments. Plus 1 is a non-profit that partners with touring artists to facilitate a $1 add-on from every concert ticket to go to a cause the artist partner believes in.The 47th annual JUNO Awards and JUNO Week 2018 will be hosted in Vancouver from March 19 through March 25, 2018, culminating in The JUNO Awards Broadcast on CBC on Sunday, March 25.Additional details regarding JUNO Week and The JUNO Awards Broadcast will be announced in the coming monthsTHE 2018 JUNO AWARDS is produced by Insight Productions in association with CBC and The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS). Executive Producer is John Brunton for Insight Productions, Allan Reid and Mark Cohon for CARAS and Lindsay Cox is Executive Producer and Supervising Producer, Insight Productions. Susan Taylor is Senior Manager, Unscripted Programming, CBC; Mark Steinmetz is Senior Director, CBC Music; Susan Marjetti is Executive Director, Radio and Audio, CBC; Jennifer Dettman is Executive Director, Unscripted Content, CBC and Sally Catto is General Manager, Programming, CBC. Social Media:Instagram: @michaelbubleTwitter: @michaelbubleFacebook: /MichaelBuble/Premier Partners of the 2018 JUNO Awards: CARAS acknowledges the financial support of FACTOR, the Government of Canada and of Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters, the Province of British Columbia, Creative BC, the City of Vancouver and TD Bank Group.About CARAS:The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences/L’académie canadienne des arts et des sciences de l’enregistrement (CARAS) is a not-for-profit organization created to preserve and enhance the Canadian music industry and to contribute toward higher artistic and industry standards. The main focus of CARAS is the exploration and development of ongoing opportunities to showcase and promote Canadian artists and music through vehicles such as The JUNO Awards, MusiCounts, the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and other year-round initiatives. For more information on the 47th Annual JUNO Awards or The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS), please visit www.junoawards.ca. Advertisement Facebook Web Links:Official JUNO Awards website: www.junoawards.caCBC Music: www.cbcmusic.ca/JUNOSJUNO TV: www.junotv.ca About CBC Music:  CBC Music is Canada’s free digital music service connecting Canadians with the very best in Canadian and international music across all genres. Easy to navigate and available on your smartphone or tablet, CBC Music gives music fans access to over 100 online music streams plus content from the most knowledgeable music personalities and programmers from across the country. www.cbcmusic.ca Advertisement Login/Register With: About CBC/Radio-Canada:CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada’s national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. We are Canada’s trusted source of news, information and Canadian entertainment. Deeply rooted in communities all across the country, CBC/Radio-Canada offers diverse content in English, French and eight Indigenous languages. We also provide international news and information from a uniquely Canadian perspective. In 2017, CBC/Radio-Canada is at the heart of the celebrations and conversations with special 2017-themed multiplatform programming and events across Canada. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitterlast_img read more

Police seize Rs 22 lakh during checking at Haldiram bus stand and

first_imgKolkata: Bidhannagar Police seized about Rs 22 lakh during naka checking at Lake Town on Monday night and on Tuesday afternoon at Haldiram bus stop. Three men and a woman were detained in connection with the Lake Town case and one person has been detained at the Haldiram bus stop.According to the police, on Monday night, around 10 pm police personnel from Lake Town police station were on naka checking duty. They were also checking if people were driving in an inebriated state. During the process, a few police personnel spotted a sedan bearing a Delhi registration number. On suspicion police stopped the car and questioned the driver. While talking with the driver and the passengers, police personnel felt they had consumed alcohol. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaImmediately, the driver was told to step out of the car. After conducted the alcohol test on the driver it was found that the alcohol level in his blood was above the permissible level, which is 30 milligram per 100 ml blood. Following the alcohol test, the officers asked the driver to open the boot of the car. The police found a few bags in the car boot. Cops immediately started checking the bags. During checking they found that the bags were stashed with money. All the four passengers, including the driver, have been detained. The car was taken to the Lake Town police station. The driver has been prosecuted under the 185 Motor vehicles (MV) Act (driving by a drunken person or by a person under the influence of drugs). Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayAfter that all four of them were questioned about the source of the money. As they could not substantiate the source and destination along with purpose of the money, the money has been seized. The cash seized by the cops is about Rs 4 lakh. The driver was bailed out and other three were freed. On Tuesday afternoon, around 12:30pm, during naka checking police personnel intercepted a luxurious car. During the checking Rs 12.5 lakh was found inside the car. Immediately, the owner of the vehicle along with the car was taken to the Baguiati police station. Later during a thorough search Rs 5 lakh more were found from inside the car. The money has been seized along with the car. Later, police informed the returning officers of the concerned Lok Sabha constituency about the money. Sources informed that the returning officer may summon the carriers of the unaccounted money to submit an explanation. If the returning officer is satisfied with the reply then the money would be returned otherwise it will be confiscated.last_img read more

Retailer Roots reports nearly 97M Q2 loss falls short of expectations

The Canadian Press Companies in this story: (TSX:ROOT) TORONTO — Retailer Roots Corp. reported a loss of nearly $9.7 million in its latest quarter as the company fell short of expectations.The company says the loss amounted to 23 cents per share for the 13-week period ended Aug. 3 compared with a loss of nearly $4.1 million or 10 cents per share a year earlier.On an adjusted basis, Roots says it lost 15 cents per share compared with an adjusted loss of six cents per share in the same quarter last year.Analysts on average had expected a loss of 11 cents per share, according to financial markets data firm Refinitiv.Overall sales totalled nearly $61.7 million for the quarter, up from nearly $60.2 million in the same quarter last year.However, comparable sales fell 2.9 per cent due to a drop in store traffic and a delay in the flow of product to stores due to a transition to a new distribution centre, partially offset by better than expected eCommerce sales and benefits from store relocations and renovations.“We are pleased with the improving trends we have seen moving into Q3,” chief executive Jim Gabel said in a statement.“We entered the quarter with a more seasonally appropriate offering and consumers are responding well to our back-to-school assortment.” read more

UN food relief agency starts helping 260000 returning Ugandans

During the past six weeks WFP has handed out 2,720 tons of cereals, beans, vegetable oil and corn-soya blend to help about 165,000 returning Ugandans in the districts of Katakwi and Soroti until the harvest season arrives, the agency said today.Later this month, with the assistance of the Ugandan Red Cross Society, WFP plans to distribute food to an estimated 97,000 people returning to the neighbouring district of Kaberamaido.While WFP has provided relief to some 2.4 million Ugandans since 1996, this campaign is the first to target returnees in areas affected by the long-running conflict between the LRA and Kampala.Ken Noah Davies, WFP Country Representative for Uganda, said many civilians in the northeast have either moved back to their home villages or to nearby camps recently as there has been no major LRA attacks in the northeast since February.He said the rations are meant to “encourage more people to return their villages to resume normal lives.”The 18-year-old rebellion by the LRA, which is viewed as wanting to impose the Ten Commandments of the Christian Bible as law, has forced 1.6 million Ugandans to flee their homes.The group has become particularly notorious for its practice of kidnapping children to serve as soldiers or as sexual slaves for its commanders. More than 12,000 children have been abducted since June 2002.In April the plight of these children was included on the list of “Ten Stories the World Should Know More About,” which was compiled by the UN Department of Public Information.As many as 40,000 Ugandan mothers and their children have also become “night commuters,” walking for hours every night to sleep outside hospitals and community centres because they feel it is unsafe anywhere else. read more

BlackBerry receives offer from group led by Fairfax

by News Staff Posted Sep 23, 2013 11:37 am MDT BlackBerry has received an offer from a group led by Fairfax Financial.Fairfax, which already has 10 per cent stake in BlackBerry, puts the value of BlackBerry at $4.7-billion (U.S.) or $9 per share.The price was above the smartphone maker’s recent value on public markets, following the company’s announcement Friday that it will cut about 40 per cent of its global workforce, about 4,500 jobs, and record a writedown of nearly $1-billion.Under the deal announced Monday, the group will acquire all of the outstanding shares of BlackBerry not already held by Fairfax.The group has been given six weeks to conduct due diligence. Until then, BlackBerry is allowed to actively solicit and evaluate rival offers.BlackBerry’s board has approved the terms in the letter of intent.“We believe this transaction will open an exciting new private chapter for BlackBerry, its customers, carriers and employees,” Fairfax chairman and chief executive Prem Watsa said in a statement.“We can deliver immediate value to shareholders, while we continue the execution of a long-term strategy in a private company with a focus on delivering superior and secure enterprise solutions to BlackBerry customers around the world.”BlackBerry shares have been traded at less than half the value they had in January ahead of the launch of its first smartphones running its new BlackBerry 10 operating system.However, the launch of BB10 fizzled and the new devices, failed to spark consumer interest.On Friday, the company said it plans a writedown of up to $960-million in the second quarter, primarily from poor sales of its BlackBerry Z10 touchscreen smartphones.It will also book a $72-million restructuring charge related to changes in its operations, which include previous layoffs.BlackBerry says it expects to post a loss of $950-million to $995-million for the fiscal second-quarter. It also projected US$1.6 billion in sales, far short of analyst expectations of about US$3 billion.Fairfax Financial Holdings. Ltd. is a Toronto-based investment firm primarily focused on the insurance industry. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email BlackBerry receives offer from group led by Fairfax read more

Death of the facelift women shun plastic surgery in favour of more

first_imgThere were 28,315 cosmetic surgery procedures carried out in total in 2017, the audit shows – a drop of eight per cent in one year. Nine of out ten operations were on women.But the figures show rising numbers of men opting for facial procedures, with a 25 per cent rise in eyelid surgery, a 27 per cent rise in brow lifts, and a 16 per cent rise in facelifts.Meanwhile, men appeared to turn their backs on “short cuts” to the body beautiful, with liposuction down 20 per  cent, tummy tucks down 12 per cent and a 7 per cent drop in procedures to tackle “man boobs”. 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. New figures suggest the death of the facelift – with women shunning plastic surgery while opting for more subtle cosmetic help.Data from plastic surgeons shows that female facelifts have fallen by 44 per cent in a year, while brow lifts are down by almost one third.Experts said the overall decline in “nip and tuck” surgery comes amid the rise of less invasive treatment. None the less, some procedures remain on the rise. The number of women having breast enlargement – the most popular procedure of all – rose by 7 per cent. The figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (Baaps) show 8,328 such cases in 2017.But almost as great an increase was seen in breast reduction surgery, with a five per cent rise in such operations, among women who regretted previous decisions. In total, 3,747 such operations were carried out.center_img TV presenter Anne Robinson has admitted she had a facelift in 2003, while Simon Cowell, Joanna Lumley and Courtney Cox have all been open about having had less invasive surgery such as fillers and botox. BAAPS President and consultant plastic surgeon Simon Withey said some were turning away from cosmetic surgery because they thought more about the serious impact of the procedures – while others were turning to non-surgical options, such as botox and fillers.“The slight downwards shift in surgical procedures overall hopefully continues to demonstrate that at the very least, patients are realising that cosmetic surgery is not a ‘quick fix’ but a serious commitment,” he said.“Although there may be some new non-surgical options for cosmetic treatments, it is important to remember that ‘non-surgical’ does not mean ‘non-medical’, and patients should be wary of anything touted which seems too good, or too cheap, to be true. The climate of lax regulation has yet to be addressed in a satisfactory manner to protect the public.”last_img read more

Why Greek Easter is on a different day

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram By now it’s likely you’ve realised that Greek Easter doesn’t usually fall on the same day as everyone else’s. This year Orthodox Easter falls on 1 May while every other Christian is celebrating Easter tomorrow, and there’s a good reason for that. The Orthodox Christian Church calculates the date of Easter differently to other Christian denominations; it’s not merely done to confuse everyone. But every now and then, the two methods result in both Easters falling on the same date. In the case of the Greek Church, they go by the Julian calendar, rather than the Gregorian calendar. This is the calendar that was officially implemented by Julius Caesar and was in use primarily between 45BC and AD1582, and was therefore used when the Orthodox Church was initially set up. Though much of the world now uses the Gregorian calendar, which replaced the Julian calendar, the custom has remained to use it to calculate the date of Easter, which is one of the reasons why Orthodox Easter often falls on a different date.After the 40 days of Lent, Orthodox Christians celebrate Holy Week, which begins on Palm Sunday. When Jesus first arrived in Jerusalem, he was hailed as a king, and this is the occasion honoured during Palm Sunday. As the events of Holy Week unfold, Orthodox Christians commemorate the events that led up to his arrest, execution, and then his resurrection.In the Bible, all of these events took place after Passover. There is some debate among scholars as to whether or not the Last Supper was actually a Passover meal. However, in the Orthodox Church, it is acknowledged that Jesus and his disciples shared this Passover meal together.Through this meal, Jesus established the Holy Eucharist, thus transforming the custom from a Jewish one to a Christian one. As you may recall, this meal happened shortly before Jesus was arrested. Judas sat at that supper table knowing that he had betrayed Jesus and that his arrest was inevitable.Note that Passover falls at a different time each year, which is another reason why the date for Easter varies.Another important element to calculating Greek Easter is the autumn equinox. Generally, the date for Easter is set on the first full moon after both the autumn equinox and Passover. Each year, the date of the autumn equinox in the Julian calendar is slightly different, usually falling somewhere in the third week of March. However, since it differs each year, it can also affect when Greek Easter falls.With all this in mind, it’s easy to see why calculating the date of Greek Easter can be a difficult task and is the main reason why Eastern and Western Easter often fall on different days. Once every few years, however, the days coincide, but this is the exception and not the rule.Source: GreekBoston.comlast_img read more

Pollution 250 milliards de fragments de plastique en Méditerranée

first_imgPollution : 250 milliards de fragments de plastique en MéditerranéeEnviron 250 milliards de microfragments de plastique pollueraient la Méditerranée, d’après les premières données de l’expédition Méditerranée en Danger (MED). Il s’agit de déchets minuscules ingérés par les planctons, à leur tour mangés par des poissons. Des animaux qui pourraient très bien finir dans nos assiettes.Au mois de juillet, les membres de l’expédition MED ont prélevé des échantillons sur le littoral français. Selon une première évaluation, environ 250 milliards de microdéchets plastiques flottants contamineraient la Méditerranée.”Nous avons fait les premiers prélèvements sur une hauteur de 10 à 15 cm d’eau, c’est donc une extrapolation sur des microdéchets flottants, ce n’est pas sur toute la colonne d’eau”, a précisé le chef de l’expédition Bruno Dumontet à l’AFP, mais c’est déjà “particulièrement inquiétant”. En comparaison, la “gyre dans l’Atlantique”, tourbillon formé de courants marins, contiendrait 1.100 tonnes de microdéchets plastiques. Par ailleurs, le docteur Jean-Henri Hecq, du laboratoire d’Océanologie de l’Université de Liège a découvert une “colonisation de ces microplastiques par des algues”.Les bénévoles qui ont monté ce projet, également porté par une vingtaine de chercheurs de plusieurs laboratoires universitaires européens, prévoient de continuer les prélèvements en 2011 “pour avoir une analyse globale sur toute la Méditerranée”. Un rapport plus exhaustif rédigé par l’Institut français de la recherche pour l’exploration de la mer (Ifremer) et l’Université de Liège est attendu pour le mois de mars prochain. D’après le chef de l’expédition, la campagne MED 2011 doit permettre “de faire des relevés comparatifs sur les mêmes lieux qu’en 2010 et de continuer ensuite sur l’Espagne, Gibraltar, le Maroc, l’Algérie et la Tunisie, puis le sud de l’Italie, la Sardaigne, la Corse et le nord de l’Italie”. L’idée est de limiter les déchets à la source, puisque selon lui “les microdéchets polluent déjà la mer, et (…) il est trop tard pour l’empêcher”.Le 30 décembre 2010 à 16:32 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Reliance to Invest 13 Billion in Energy Projects Set to Expand Jamnagar

first_imgReliance Industries is gearing up to invest around $13 billion in energy projects, with an aim to boost heavy crude oil refining process in India and beat China and Middle East’s oil production capacity.The company’s Jamnagar Berhampur Refinery in Gujarat, which is also set to be included in this investment, has a capacity of refining 4 lakh barrels of crude oil per day (bpd), according to Reuters.As per the company’s plan, the new refinery will use five single point moorings, two for product shipments and three for crude oil import.”The new refinery will increase Reliance’s appetite for cheap opportunity grades and offer more dollars per barrel of oil processed,” Praveen Kumar at Singapore-based consultancy FACTS Global Energy told the news agency.While the company has not yet declared the details of project, analysts opine that the new refinery is expected to be constructed by the end of 2020.Reliance operates the world’s biggest refining complex in Jamnagar, where its two adjoining units can refine around 1.4 million bpd of oil.In 2013, the company received a nod from the environment ministry to invest ₹773 billion ($12.8 billion) to expand its new refinery and polymer units. The company was allowed to switch the energy capacity for a 450 megawatt.According to documents acquired by Reuters, the environment ministry in its letter to Reliance in May asked to meet certain conditions in order to receive approval for the projects. However, the process was delayed as the documents did not mention a specific date of approval. The company had cast reserves of $13.6 billion by end of June.”It makes perfect sense to go aggressive in their core business of refining,” said Jagannadham Thunuguntla, head of research and chief strategist at SMC Global Securities Ltd. “The company’s balance sheet has enough firepower to finance refining and other businesses like telecom and retail.”India, the world’s fourth largest oil consumer, plans to power its economic growth through focus on manufacturing sector, following Modi’s mantra of ‘Make in India’.Reliance aims to beat China and Middle East crude oil manufacturing companies by expanding its refining plant in Gujarat.”Recently the competitiveness of Jamnagar refining hub is gradually declining due to fast changing global scenario of product demand and stringent fuel quality,” according to a proposal by RTI Act.last_img read more

DC Residents Tell New US Attorney Close Vincent Gray Case

first_imgChanning D. Phillips is set to be the District’s new U.S. Attorney. (U.S. Department of Justice)On Oct. 8, President Obama selected Channing D. Phillips, a former acting U.S. Attorney for the District and the senior counsel to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, as the city’s next top prosecutor. D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) recommended Phillips to the president.While Phillips will be taking on a largely non-political job, he will be expected to make a major decision on a leading former officeholder in the city.Former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has been a leading target of an investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s office since early 2011 for his 2010 mayoral campaign’s violation of election laws. Several of his close associates have taken pleas from the U.S. Attorney’s office but Gray hasn’t been charged with any crime.Ward 8 advisory neighborhood commissioner Mary Cuthbert, who has been involved in the city’s politics since the 1960s, didn’t mention Gray by name but said that Phillips needs to “close cases that are now open.”“Those cases have been hanging on a string and they need to be closed,” Cuthbert said.Leo Alexander, who ran against Gray in 2010 for mayor, agrees with Cuthbert. “Phillips needs to close the book on the Vince Gray investigation,” Alexander said. “The investigation is a mockery of justice and a waste of time. I am no big fan of Vince Gray but the city suffered under his leadership because of the investigation that hasn’t achieved its objective.”Gray ran for re-election in 2014 but lost in the April 1 primary that year to present D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D). One of Gray’s opponents, D.C. Council member Jack Evans (D-Ward 2), has publicly called for the U.S. Attorney’s office’s investigation of the former mayor to wrap up.Cohen said that he wasn’t insensitive to the concerns of many District residents regarding the 2010 mayoral campaign investigation. “There are some important cases that I wish I could see through to their conclusions, but I have complete confidence in the team at the U.S. Attorney’s Office to follow through and do justice for the people of the District,” he said.Johnny Barnes, a civil rights attorney in the District and the former executive director of the ACLU of the Nation’s Capital, agrees with the sentiment in the community that the Gray matter should be closed. “The former U.S. Attorney [Machen] went beyond the role of the U.S. Attorney,” Barnes said. “I don’t think it is good to mix politics with law enforcement and the Gray matter is antiquated.”Vincent Cohen Jr., the acting U.S. Attorney, will leave office on Oct. 18. Cohen held the position for only six months and prior to that worked under U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen for five years as the principal assistant U.S. Attorney.The District’s U.S. Attorney’s office is largest in the country and deals with issues, as Cohen told the AFRO recently, from “Benghazi to Barry Farm.”Phillips, a graduate of the University of Virginia and the Howard University School of Law, will have to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate before he permanently assumes his post. He is a 16-year veteran of the U.S. Attorney’s office, starting in 1994 as an assistant U.S. Attorney and rising in the ranks to be the principal assistant U.S. Attorney from 2004-2009 and as the acting U.S. Attorney from May 2009-Febuary 2010. He has worked with the Justice Department in senior-level positions since 2011.Phillips is a native Washingtonian and is the son of the late Rev. Channing E. Phillips, who was the first Black to have his name submitted for a major party presidential nomination in 1968 at the Democratic Party convention in Chicago.last_img read more

Physicists discover evidence of rare hypernucleus a component of strange matter

first_img(PhysOrg.com) — Physicists in Italy have discovered the first evidence of a rare nucleus that doesn’t exist in nature and lives for just 10-10 seconds before decaying. It’s a type of hypernucleus that, like all nuclei, contains an assortment of neutrons and protons. But unlike ordinary nuclei, hypernuclei also contain at least one hyperon, a particle that consists of three quarks, including at least one strange quark. Hypernuclei are thought to form the core of strange matter that may exist in distant parts of the universe, and could also allow physicists to probe the inside of the nucleus. The FINUDA experiment is located at one of the two interaction points of the DAFNE collider at INFN-LNF. As Elena Botta, a lead collaborator in the study, explained, DAFNE produces electron and positron beams. When these beams collide nearly head-on, they produce the phi meson (Φ), which decays with a 50% probability into a charged pair of K and anti-K mesons. FINUDA’s interaction point contains an octagonal prism with eight targets along the sides. When the anti-K meson interacts with a lithium nucleus in one of these targets, it can simultaneously produce a 6ΛH hypernucleus and a π+ meson of a particular energy. If scientists detect this particular meson, they’ve detected a signature of the strange nucleus formation. As Botta explained, 6ΛH production involves a two-step mechanism to decrease the number of protons in the lithium isotope, 6Li, from three to one, which produces hydrogen. Once produced, the neutron-rich 6ΛH hypernuclei slow down inside the target, and after 10-10 seconds they decay at rest into a π- meson and a 6He nucleus. The π- meson also has a particular energy, and scientists can easily detect it to give the signature of the decay. So both the formation and the decay of 6ΛH hypernuclei can be detected by searching for events with the presence of these particular π+ and π- mesons. Strange matterAs the first evidence for 6ΛH hypernuclei, the results could shed light on strange matter, which is hypothesized to exist at the center of ultra-dense neutron stars. The physicists hope to investigate strange matter further by producing strange nuclear systems.“Hypernuclei can be interpreted as the core of strange matter,” Botta told PhysOrg.com. “In particular, the possibility to produce strange nuclear systems containing two Λ particles will allow us to study the interaction between strange particles.”Hypernuclei could also serve as a useful tool to investigate the current model of nuclear structure, in which protons and neutrons are arranged in a stable configuration. “The fact that a hypernucleus has a strange quark does give it interesting characteristics compared to normal nuclei, since it allows the component L particle to act as a probe that can go very deep into the nucleus to test the description that the single particle shell model gives of nuclear matter,” Botta said. “In this respect, the study of hypernuclear physics allows us to get information not directly accessible otherwise.”She added that other hypernuclei with large neutron-to-proton ratios could exist in a stable state, even though ordinary neutron-rich nuclei are theoretically unstable. Neutron-rich hypernuclei seem to be an exception because of the way they modify the structure of a nucleus and increase its lifetime. During an upcoming experiment at the Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (J-PARC), physicists plan to search for 6ΛH as well as for other neutron-rich hypernuclei, such as lithium 10 Lambda (10ΛLi). Journal information: Physical Review Letters The particular hypernucleus investigated here, called “hydrogen six Lambda” (6ΛH), was first predicted to exist in 1963. Now, in a study published in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters, physicists working in the FINUDA experiment at the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare – Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (INFN-LNF) in Frascati, Italy, have reported finding the first evidence for the particle. The FINUDA collaboration’s analysis of millions of events has turned up three events for the rare hypernucleus. Strange propertiesAs its name suggests, 6ΛH is a large type of hydrogen nucleus that consists of six particles: four neutrons, one proton, and one Lambda (Λ) hyperon. Since an ordinary hydrogen nucleus contains one proton and no neutrons, hydrogen nuclei that contain one or more neutrons are sometimes called “heavy hydrogen.” The most common types of heavy hydrogen are deuterium (which has one neutron) and tritium (which has two neutrons). Since 6ΛH has four neutrons plus a L hyperon, physicists refer to it as “heavy hyperhydrogen.”The L hyperon, which consists of one up, one down, and one strange quark, does an even more interesting thing to 6ΛH: it increases its lifetime from 10-22 seconds (the lifetime of the hypernucleus core 5H without L) to 10-10 seconds. When scientists first discovered the L hyperon in 1947, they observed a similarly longer lifetime than predicted for this “strange” object. That observation led to the idea of the existence of the strange quark, with strangeness being the property that causes the quark to live so long.DetectionWithout the L hyperon, it would likely be impossible for physicists to directly observe a hydrogen nucleus with four neutrons, since such a heavy isotope is very difficult to produce and has a very short lifetime. Another hypernucleus, 4ΛH, which has two neutrons instead of four, is more easily produced than 6ΛH in similar experiments and has been detected many times. But detecting evidence of 6ΛH is much more difficult. The 27 million collision events analyzed by the FINUDA collaboration represents about one full year of continuous data-taking from an experiment that spanned several years. Theoretically, the formation probability of 6ΛH is at least 100 times smaller than that of 4ΛH. Explore further Nuclear physics incorporates a ‘strange’ flavor More information: M. Agnello, et al. “Evidence for Heavy Hyperhydrogen 6ΛH.” Physical Review Letters 108, 042501 (2012) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.042501 Copyright 2012 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. A view of one of the three events found by FINUDA: a schematic frontal view of the apparatus is shown, and the two blue lines represent the two ‘pi’ mesons moving along opposite bent trajectories in the magnetic field of the apparatus. Image credit: FINUDA collaboration Citation: Physicists discover evidence of rare hypernucleus, a component of strange matter (2012, February 17) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-02-physicists-evidence-rare-hypernucleus-component.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. 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Two cruise ship companies add Puerto Morelos to itineraries

first_imgPuerto Morelos, Q.R. — Cruise companies are expressing interest in adding Puerto Morelos to their itineraries for 2019 with two already offering the service beginning early next year.Victory Cruise Lines and Ponant are already offering Puerto Morelos as a stop with Victory Cruise Lines announcing their first stop to the seaside town on their January 23 route.The first Puerto Morelos cruise stop for Ponant is scheduled for their November 2 (2019) Maya Treasure of the Yucatán cruise followed by a November 9 cruise to Puerto Morelos, Natural and Cultural Wonders of the Western Caribbean.Cruise ship companies advertising Puerto Morelos cruisesPhoto: Victory Cruise LinesFor Victory Cruise Lines, they say “Victory guests will dock in Puerto Morelos, whose modern port facilities were recently completed to accommodate cruise ship passengers. Victory Cruise Lines will operate The Grand Mayan Experience cruises to the Yucatan Peninsula from January through early May, and the second season begins in November 2019 and ends in May 2020.“The Quintana Roo portion of the cruise includes a full-day exploration from the town of Puerto Morelos in the heart of the Riviera Maya. In addition to visiting the Tulum archaeological site, one of two evenings in Puerto Morelos will include the Xcaret Mexico Espectacular, a journey through Mexico ́s history from the pre-Conquistador era.“After Puerto Morelos, guests travel inland to Chichen Itza and the “Magic Towns” of Valladolid and Izamal.”Two cruise ship companies add Puerto Morelos to itinerariesPhoto: PonantPonant, who are also offering cruise itineraries that include Puerto Morelos say on their website, “PONANT brings you a brand-new itinerary in the Caribbean Sea, sailing along the Mexican peninsula of Yucatán to Belize and Guatemala.In Puerto Morelos, Cancún’s port, you will board Le Champlain for an 8-day cruise combining idyllic beaches and Pre-Columbian sites.”Both cruises are currently selling.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

UNWTO and Mountain Tourism Cluster to partner on addressing seasonality

first_imgUNWTO and the Mountain Tourism Cluster have signed an agreement to collaborate on issues of seasonality in mountain destinations.The agreement came days before the international community celebrated International Mountain Day. This year’s celebrations focused on the promotion of mountain products as a tool to boost local economies. Tourism can play a fundamental role in this regard as one of the main economic sectors in many mountain destinations.Seasonality is a common issue for a large number of tourism destinations worldwide, resulting in important economic challenges in terms of the profitability of companies and wealth generation in destinations. Seasonality also has considerable environmental and socio-cultural impacts including congestion management, use of natural resources, seasonable employment and social pressure.A new UNWTO Affiliate Member, the Mountain Tourism Cluster works to find innovative and creative ways of overcoming seasonality and create sustainable development-related strategies in mountain destinations.“Given the impact and complexity of seasonality in tourism, it is fundamental to ensure that innovative programmes are put in place by public and private sectors that increase visitation during off peak months and foster demand all year around. We are thus very pleased to be collaborating with the Mountain Tourism on research and actions aimed at this important challenge,” said UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai.last_img read more

Foreigner remanded after airport arrest updated

first_imgA 34-year-old foreign man arrested at Larnaca airport on Saturday night in connection with a burglary and possession of stolen items was remanded by the Famagusta District Court on Sunday for two days.According to the police, a 30-year-old from Ayia Napa reported that at around 7pm €5,100 in cash has been stolen from hi home.At the scene police were given evidence against the 34-year-old who was known to the home owner and had even spent time at the house in question.Shortly afterwards the 34-year-old was spotted at departures at Larnaca airport while a search revealed he was carrying €2,010, GB£1,845 and goods worth €533.He could not give a reasonable explanation for where the items came from and was arrested.He reportedly admitted to the robbery during questioning and is expected to be presented before Famagusta District Court on Sunday for a remand order.You May LikeUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndoKelley Blue BookSubcompact Luxury SUV Best Buy of 2019Kelley Blue BookUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Heaven Ministries and the Trump campaigns new "liason for Christian policy" arranged the meeting Bramnick says which lasted for about a half hour and then included time with Trumps son Eric During the discussion Bramnick said he shared NHCLCs immigration reform platform with Trump Unlike Trumps immigration proposalwhich calls for building a wall along the US-Mexico border and deporting millionsNHCLCs plan has five pillars One secure the borders through a federal certification process that does not specify a new wall Two provide current law-abiding undocumented immigrants to pursue a path to citizenship which would only be completed after all other current legal immigration applications have been processed Three grant guest worker visas for currently undocumented immigrants Four deport undocumented immigrants who are felons and serious misdemeanor offenders Five create an integration process for newly legalized undocumented individuals to assimilate into American society including learning English and American civics The group opposes Trump’s call to forcibly deport all undocumented immigrants now living in the country Since locking up the nomination Trump has continued to speak about his plans to build a wall on the southern border and force Mexico to pay for it in part by threatening to block private money transfers from the US to Mexico In his stump speeches he casts undocumented immigrants as criminal outlaws who threaten not just the American people but the legal frameworks of the country “Mr Trump has always been very clear on his position” said Hope Hicks a spokeswoman for the Trump campaign when asked if the meeting signaled any policy shift But the meeting fits into a larger Trump strategy of reaching out to recent opponents in an attempt to find common ground Bramnick says they also discussed the erosion of religious liberty and protection of Israel The five other pastors who also attended Bramnick says included televangelist Sid Roth Rick Joyner of Morning Star Ministries an Asian-American pastor a representative of the Cuban-American community in South Florida and the father of Colombine victim Rachel Scott This week Trump accepted an invitation to send a video message to the NHCLCs Latin Leaders Fest in Anaheim Clinton has also agreed to send a video message The event is a leadership conference for some 1200 attendees and includes Christian music performances and sessions on business education ministry and Israel The candidate videos will be shown Friday night These steps are only the beginning if Trump really wants to try to make amends Rodriguez the president of NHCLC hopes Trump will apologize to the Latino immigrant community for his "hurtful erroneous and dangerous statements" and he wants to know what Trumps actual immigration solution is beyond all his talk of a building a border wall and deporting millions “Latino evangelicals are more divided than white evangelicals on Trump" he warned An internal NHCLC poll of 120 Latino evangelical pastors and denominational heads taken in late Marchwhen Texas Sen Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov John Kasich were still runningshows Trump’s challenge Two thirds found more hope in the Republican party than the Democratic party and nearly as many voted for Mitt Romney in the 2012 election But at the time only 4% said theyd vote for Trump while nearly half said they would vote for Cruz and a quarter chose Kasich Clinton got about 15% of the vote The poll found that the top issue for these Latino evangelical leaders was the economy followed closely by immigration reform A third of participants also said they see themselves as independents most say their views reflect the Latino community more broadly and nearly all said they are eligible to vote in the election Bramnick says he plans to make an endorsement in the weeks ahead Rodriguez who had advised Rubio Bush and Cruz says he will not endorse a candidate from either party but his ultimate goal is to help protect the 11 million undocumented people in this country "I want to pass immigration reform" Rodriguez told TIME last month "I have to work with the political realities that we have" Additional reporting by Zeke J Miller Contact us at editors@timecomIDEAS xoJanecom is where women go to be their unabashed selves and where their unabashed selves are applauded When I was 22 I met my husband Pete I was immediately drawn to his quick wit his passion for life and his ability to do anything he set his mind to He seemed invincible In the years that followedwe would share many memorable experiences We spent our time together hiking and backpacking exploring foreign lands and daydreaming about the future In the midst of it all we exchanged wedding vows and welcomed two precious babies to the mix while vowing to never allow the expanding size of our family to interfere with our plans to seek adventure Along the way we developed a grandiose vision for our lives both independently and collectively and lived a life free of fear We believed that as long as we had each other all would be right with the world That is until one fateful day in December 2011 Pete had been feeling unwell for some time but naively believed it wasnt anything serious After all he was invincible While I was visiting family out of state with my mother and our children I received the call that changed my life forever Pete had been diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer He was 31 years old There is absolutely no way to give voice to exactly how I felt in that moment The easiest way to describe it would be to say the world stood still While everything around me continued to buzz with life my own had begun crumbling before me We started out strong and brave I was convinced God would save him and was unwilling to accept any other way But as the weeks and months progressed we realized claiming victory wasnt as easy as giving God an ultimatum With each chemo session each new set of scan results and each dose of pain medication we realized we were losing the battle On March 18 2013 the unthinkable happened when my husband closed the chapter on his earthly life leaving me a widow at 28 years old with two young children Leading up to his passing he had received hospice care in our home for five excruciating months during which I witnessed cancer strip him of every last human ability he possessed During that time I was forced to face the facts he was never invincible and neither was I Unfortunately the same is true for every one of us life is fleeting There is a distinct feeling of surrender laced with anger and sadness which envelops a person when they realize their life is out of their control It is a feeling I now know too well one that has continued to befriend me even still Fortunately when I have been unable to carry myself due to the weight of the burden of loss family and friends have come alongside me to bolster me up Before loss I didnt fully understand the necessity that is human relationship but now I know I would never have survived without it In the wake of my loss I felt bereft For years I felt I had a purpose that was bigger than my own vision for my life I was my husbands wife his lover his friend and in the final months of his life his caretaker During his battle with cancer each day had been lived with a newfound urgency When he was no longer present I struggled to identify my purpose and questioned every reality I had ever known I wondered who I was without him by my side Steeped in the pain of my loss each day felt weighted with the emotions of the day before and as they piled on top of one another the muck and mire of such intense feeling seemed too much to navigate on my own There were days I cried incessantly While other days I felt an overwhelming desire to tell everyone about what had happened to me to us I felt as though the word "widow" was etched into my forehead On those days I told my story so stoically oftentimes to absolute strangers that it made me wonder if 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the day-to-day and expressing gratitude for the time I did have with my husband Through my loss I have become a stronger more impassioned woman who is slowly coming into myself recognizing my own needs and pursuing my own future As for our children they will continue to work through the loss of their father as will I but they will take their cues from me I must continually remind myself that they will mimic the way I grieve The last thing Pete would have wanted is for us to stop living which is why I have made a genuine effort to put one foot in front of the other no matter how intense the pain may be Because our youngest son was only 2 years old when Pete passed away I feel it is especially critical to speak of the sacred memories we shared while their daddy was with us in the flesh However I feel confident he is with us in spirit so I guess in that way he was invincible its just not the way I ever would have imagined Alysha StGermain wrote this article for xoJane Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors "Donald Trump showed a tremendous understanding and concern for the undocumented immigrants.

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