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first_imgEDMONTON, A.B – A student from the University of Alberta is conducting research to gather information about views of the oil and gas industry in western Canada.This study is a research project for a thesis being conducted by Jordan Phillips, a master’s student of geophysics at the University of Alberta. The results of the study will be used in support of a graduate students thesis and a report. Which means the report may be viewed by researchers, policy makers, and industry members, and may be the basis of a peer-reviewed publication.Phillips has created this voluntary survey which asks for your opinions and knowledge about the oil and gas industry in western Canada and a series of questions about local oil and gas development and how acceptable it would be to you under different conditions. The survey takes between 15-20 minutes to complete and there are no personal identifiers collected as part of the data requested in the survey.To participate in the survey, CLICK HERElast_img read more

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António Guterres, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and Pakalitha Mosisili also discussed the agency’s operations across Southern Africa and the growing role of regional bodies in dealing with migration issues during their talks, held in Geneva yesterday.Mr. Guterres said last month’s attacks in South Africa, which sparked a chorus of concern from senior UN officials and support from UNHCR for the newly homeless, were the result of extreme poverty.“In such situations scapegoats are often foreigners, including refugees and asylum-seekers,” he said. “But xenophobia is not specific to South Africa – it is a global problem and we see it also in some developed countries.”Mr. Guterres added that his office in the South African city of Pretoria is continuing to work closely with the South African Government to meet the immediate humanitarian needs of the victims of the violence. 11 June 2008The United Nations refugee chief has held talks with the Prime Minister of Lesotho on the recent wave of xenophobic attacks in neighbouring South Africa that have left some 60 people dead and tens of thousands of foreigners homeless. read more

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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email New Canadian retailer targets the Oscars by News Staff Posted Feb 23, 2013 7:57 am MDT One of the country’s newest retailers makes its Canadian television debut this weekend.Target plans to launch its first advertising campaign during Sunday night’s Oscars ceremonies.The U.S. company will be airing 60 second commercials during the first hour of the Academy Awards, portraying the retailer as a friendly neighbour while using the theme from Mr. Rogers Neighbourhood.According to the Calgary Herald, print and online advertisements will start appearing in the next month.The first of the 124 Target stores across the country will open next month in Ontario, followed by the openings of stores in Western Canada over the remainder of 2013.The company bought the old Zeller’s franchise and is spending, on average, about $10 million renovating each location. read more

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by Geordon Omand, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 1, 2015 2:00 am MDT Medical marijuana industry competes for scarce investment dollars VANCOUVER – The free-for-all era of Canada’s commercial medical marijuana industry is over as a new crop of growers try to woo scarce investment dollars in an increasingly competitive business, observers say.Boris Ziger, CEO of Matica Enterprises Inc., said the short-lived days of unbridled growth ended soon after last year’s change in federal regulations that shifted medical-marijuana production to commercial enterprises from patients growing their own pot.He said the stock market went “absolutely crazy” in the spring of 2014 as various companies began branding themselves as pot producers in hopes of cashing in on what was really “irrational exuberance you hear about in business school.”“It’s become much less Wild West-y,” said Ziger, of the Toronto-based investment firm that has sunk millions of dollars into aspiring medical marijuana producer THC Dispensaries Canada Ltd., in Nova Scotia.All the exuberance at the beginning of the rush had Canada’s security regulators warning investors about buying into medical marijuana companies over lack of disclosure and the general frenzy in the market.“It was a very hyped-up market, people were very speculative, a lot of loosey-goosey talk,” said Nick Brusatore, who owns a controlling share of vertical-farm innovator and marijuana-producing hopeful Affinor Growers.“People have had enough of the hype,” he said. “The market’s wise to it now.”But new businesses trying to get into medical marijuana production are having a tough time financing their ventures.“Even we’re finding it a little difficult to raise some cash,” Ziger said, adding the newest players have to work a lot harder for what could be a big payoff.“There hasn’t been a new industry opening up like this since the prohibition of alcohol was lifted. That’s really the only comparison you can make.”Ziger said Matica is in the final stages of obtaining a licence from Health Canada and plans are in the works for a $10-million expansion of a 14-hectare lot in Nova Scotia for THC to eventually produce 11,000 kilograms of medical marijuana annually.Despite the stiff competition for investors’ cash, companies continue to apply to Health Canada for licences to produce medical marijuana.As of Jan. 26, Health Canada had received more than 1,200 applications for Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations licences.The agency said that about half of them were returned as incomplete, while 223 were refused and 35 were withdrawn.Health Canada said 23 licences have been issued — 15 for fully authorized production of medical marijuana and eight for probationary, cultivation-only permits.The agency is currently processing 320 applications.An estimated 40,000 patients use medical marijuana in Canada.The exact number of people whose doctors prescribe marijuana is unknown because of a court injunction that allows producers under a now-dismantled licensing system to continue growing in the leadup to a constitutional court challenge.In the early days of the new-generation industry, a disproportionate number of beleaguered mining companies was among the ranks of medical marijuana newcomers lured by the prospect of satisfying disgruntled shareholders.An already established network of deep-pocketed investors was especially useful in a fledgling industry.OrganiGram Holdings Inc. was once known as Inform Exploration Corp., and is now a fully licensed medical marijuana producer.Other established mining companies also making the transition to diversity into the marijuana industry are Bayhorse Silver Inc., Satori Resources and Vodis Pharmaceuticals Ltd., formerly Southbridge Resources.Many of the companies angling to get in on the medical marijuana game are eagerly eyeing the prospect of outright legalization in Canada and are positioning themselves to take advantage of any legislative change.But some dissenters believe legalization would spell the end of the medical marijuana industry in Canada.Brusatore said legalization would see pot sourcing shift outside of Canada to places like Argentina and Uruguay, where growing costs are a fraction of what they are domestically.“The marijuana markets are not going to be what people think. They’re going to get crushed. Period.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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“The United Nations also intends to intensify its support to reduce, and ultimately end, the transmission of cholera, improve access to care and treatment and address the longer-term issues of water, sanitation and health systems in Haiti,” the spokesperson added in a statement issued at UN Headquarters in New York.Following the statement, the UN News Centre spoke with the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Representative for Haiti, Marc Vincent, for an update on the situation on the ground.UN News Centre: What progress has there been in the fight against cholera in Haiti?Marc Vincent: In terms of progress, I think we have come a long way and there is still a long way to go. For UNICEF, we are active in about 120 communities and some 20,000 people in the country benefit now from living in an open defecation-free environment. In regard to the rapid response to cholera here, I think the mechanisms put in place have been very successful in controlling the disease and bringing it down from a peak of 350,000 suspected cases in 2011 to 36,000 last year. Also, for example, when you visit three of the 16 priority communities in the country’s southeast and see how proud they are of having their own toilets, building them themselves, how proud people are of protecting their families and children – when you see that pride it gives you hope; at the personal level, this is the most rewarding experience. But what we would like to do is totally eliminate cholera. That means we need to continue working on the rapid response mechanisms and we need to ensure that the long-term access to sanitation and water eventually covers all the country. But the National Sanitation is a development program, and it will take time to change behaviour and to ensure universal access. So, in the meantime, we really need to maintain the rapid response mechanisms in place. UN News Centre: What approaches has the UN taken to respond to the disease? Marc Vincent: We have approaches based on the short-term, the medium-term and the long-term. The short-term approach is largely an emergency response, supporting a system of rapid response and community based alert. When a cholera case is identified, there is an alert sent out and an emergency rapid response team goes to the particular household affected and sets up a ‘cordon sanitaire’ to decontaminate the surroundings, chlorinate water and advise the family on what preventive steps are needed, as well as to distribute chlorination tablets and rehydration salts. This is linked to other elements of the rapid response, such as coordination among partners in each department and epidemiological analysis, in order to make sure that we are tracking the disease. Close The long-term response is to improve access to water and sanitation for all Haitians. At this point, 28 per cent of the population has access to proper sanitation facilities and 58 per cent has access to clean drinking water. What we are trying to do is to increase access to clean water, and to change behaviour in terms of open defecation, which is one of the main sources of contamination in the water system – what happens is that the cholera Vibrio gets spread through water. So, if everyone has a toilet and we can eliminate open defecation, we will go a long way to reducing cholera transmission in the country. Finally, the mid-term response is a combination of efforts to both improve chlorination within urban and rural areas and to improve access to water. In addition, we are in the process of planning a vaccination campaign at a larger level to boost the population´s immunity to the cholera Vibrio. UN News Centre: What are the so-called WASH interventions and why are they important?Marc Vincent: WASH stands for water, sanitation and hygiene. But, first of all, we have to look at cholera as one amongst many water-borne diseases. Water-borne diseases, particularly diarrhea, are the second major cause of mortality for children in Haiti. WASH actions are a combination to improve access to clean water and access to sanitation facilities, as well as behaviour change. It takes time to increase people’s awareness of the risks of open defecation. UN News Centre: The Total Sanitation Campaign was launched some time ago – how is it faring?Marc Vincent: The campaign was launched by the Prime Minister and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in 2014. It targets initially 16 priority communities, identified according to the persistence of cholera. The campaign addresses access to water, rehabilitating water systems and ensuring chlorination to address contamination. At the same time, we are also supporting communities to build toilets and to reduce the contamination of water through open defecation. As part of joint efforts between the United Nations and the Government of Haiti to fight cholera, water filter systems are being distributed in Cité Soleil, Port au Prince. Photo: UN/MINUSTAH/Logan Abassi Here, local residents fetch drinking water at a river near Grand Bois. “The last part of our visit is the sensitization. Our aim is to show people how they can protect themselves from cholera with simple measures such as handwashing, water purification, etc.,” said Ms. Honore. “We also provide them with a one-month supply of chlorine, soap and a bucket.” @media only screen and (min-width: 760px), screen9 {#PhotoHolder3 #PhotoCrop { max-height: 770px; /* sets max-height value for all standards-compliant browsers */ width: 134%; margin-left:-161px; margin-top: -590px;}#story-headline{ font-size: 5em; line-height: 1.1em; color:#fff; position: relative; top: 80px; xmargin-left:8em; text-shadow: 10px 10px 10px rgba(0,0,0,0.8); width:56%;}#sidebar {display:none;} div#story-content .span8 {width:100% !important} #fullstory p { font-size: 14px; line-height: 1.7em;}strong { font-size: 1.2em; line-height: 1.7em; xfont-family:Georgia, “Times New Roman”, Times, serif;} A group of Haitian children learn how to properly wash their hands in an effort to raise awareness about cholera prevention. UN Photo/ Logan Abassi With the aim of identifying the cause of a recent outbreak as soon as possible, Brigitte Honore, a 34-year-old Haitian serving with a mobile response team run by the NGO Oxfam, meets with a resident of Grand Bois, in north-eastern Haiti. Topics they cover include household hygiene practices and sources for local water consumption, among others. Shown here, Ms. Honore discusses techniques to make water safe to use as part of the package that is given to every household in the so-called “sanitary cordon.” What we found is that it is really important that they build them themselves, because then they are more likely to continue using them and they understand their significance. We are also working with schools to improve access to water and sanitation facilities. Children in Haiti are the change agents. When we talk to children in schools and explain to them the challenges of cholera, they go back home and explain it to their parents. Therefore, you create greater awareness. In addition, we are using communication to change behaviour and to make sure that people understand why they need to have toilets, why it is important for their children and how they will save lives. UN News Centre: What are the links between the rapid response and the longer-term response? Marc Vincent: We all have to work together to resolve the cholera situation, but also to bring clean water to all children in Haiti. We have excellent partnerships with DINEPA and the Ministry of Health, and we have very good relationships with donors such as the World Bank, the Spanish Agency of Cooperation and the Inter-American Development Bank. Now it is important that we all agree on the priorities and we all target first these 16 priority communities and really ensure good coverage. One case of cholera in Haiti is one too many – one child that dies of cholera is one too many. We really need to eliminate this disease. It is preventable with adequate financing and with a good plan in place we really have a strong case of doing that. UN News Centre: You mention “adequate financing” – just how important is it for the long-term? Marc Vincent: One of the challenges that we have is funding the rapid response mechanisms. We need predictable funding. Since humanitarian funding is of a short duration, it is so difficult to know from one year to the next how much money you will be able to plan for. We are hoping to put the rapid response on a longer-term development footing, and then many of these mechanisms can be used, as I said, to prevent water-borne diseases, as well other contagious diseases. Therefore, one of the challenges we have is mobilizing development funds to keep these mechanisms in place and build up the capacity of the Ministry of Health. ‹ › UN News Centre: From UNICEF’s perspective, investing in water and sanitation to prevent cholera and other water-borne diseases can have knock-on effects in other areas beyond health?Marc Vincent: Access to water and sanitation affects so many other areas of life – in a child’s life and for Haitian communities in general. If you have clean water then you will reduce the number of water-borne diseases, you will promote good sanitation practices, and you will reduce the school absentee rate. Since 2010 more than 700 children have died of cholera and more than a 100,000 thousand have been affected. If you take four days of school away for every suspected case, we’re talking about hundreds of thousands of lost school days in Haiti. So it has an impact on education, it has an impact on nutrition. There are a large variety of benefits of improving access to clean water and sanitation – basically, it’s crucial for development. 10 facts on cholera A woman along with her son, residents of the Las Palmas district in Haiti, fills containers at a water distribution point. Photo: UN/MINUSTAH/Logan Abassi Here, Ms. Honore interviews one of the neighbours of a registered cholera patient in Grand Bois. A couple of days after the initial visit, mobile response teams return to the homes located within the “sanitary cordon” for follow-up monitoring. This involves testing the household’s drinking water to confirm that it has been treated with chlorine, among other steps. read more

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Brock International Services’ Holiday Party is coming up Friday, Dec. 2. Tickets are $20 each and are available at the Welcome Desk on the 2nd Floor of the International Centre. All students, staff and faculty are invited to the end-of-term and festive celebration, which will include dinner and dancing. The event will be held at Club Roma on Vansickle Road Friday. Doors open at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m.

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first_img 24 Comments https://jrnl.ie/4605701 Wednesday 24 Apr 2019, 7:21 PM Short URL 7,856 Views Share Tweet Email Police watch Extinction Rebellion protesters at their final destination of Parliament Square. Source: Kirsty O’Connor/PA ImagesTWENTY THREE MORE people have been arrested in connection with the Extinction Rebellion climate change protests in London.London’s Metropolitan Police said that as of 4pm this afternoon 1,088 arrests had been made on connection with the protests which have taken place over the last week, and that 69 people had now been charged. Of those arrested today, 12 are women and 11 are men. They are aged between 19 and 70. They all remain in police custody at this time.Protests have been ongoing since last Monday, with demonstrators blocking bridges and roads in London. Police have said that Waterloo Bridge in the city was reopened and sites at Oxford Street and Parliament Square which had been closed were also reopened. On Sunday, Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg – who has become the face of the anti-climate change movement – addressed the demonstrators, telling them: “Humanity is standing at a crossroads.”Organisers said they were willing to switch tactics from disruption to dialogue next week – if the government enters talks with them.Extinction Rebellion was established last year in Britain by academics and has become one of the world’s fastest-growing environmental movements.Campaigners want governments to declare a climate and ecological emergency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2025, halt biodiversity loss and be led by new “citizens’ assemblies on climate and ecological justice.Dublin also saw people take to the streets as part of the Extinction Rebellion movement on Friday and Saturday.Protesters staged a sit down protest on O’Connell Bridge for about five hours in the afternoon and evening. Police in London have now imposed restrictions on the area of protest at the Marble Arch area, limiting the space in which protesters can demonstrate. With reporting from © AFP 2019   Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Cónal Thomas 23 more people arrested during Extinction Rebellion protests in London Over 1,000 people have now been arrested during the climate change protests. Apr 24th 2019, 7:21 PM last_img read more

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first_imgIn a bid to mend a widening rift in his fragile government regarding the fate of a contentious anti-racism bill, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is to meet with his coalition partners today for talks that are expected to be heated amid reports that the smaller parties feel sidelined by conservative New Democracy.The meeting, scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at the Maximos Mansion, was called to resolve an internal dispute over a piece of legislation that is ostensibly aimed at imposing tougher penalties on racial hatred but is also intended to curb the growing influence of the ultra-right Golden Dawn.Over the past week, ND officials have expressed concerns that the bill could impinge on freedom of expression, prompting angry reactions from the two smaller parties, PASOK and Democratic Left, who want the bill to go to Parliament without delay.The bill has also caused upheaval within the government’s inner circle with Justice Minister Antonis Roupakiotis, who is aligned with Democratic Left, pushing back against ND’s attempts to freeze the bill, or to heavily amend it before submission. Democratic Left officials and other critics have accused the conservatives of yielding to opposition to the bill by the Church and the armed forces.PASOK officials have struck a similar tone. Over the weekend, the socialists’ leader, Evangelos Venizelos went a step further, firing a broadside at arch-rival ND for its general approach to governance. Addressing his party’s political central committee on Saturday, Venizelos accused ND of “thinking that the government is a one-party administration” and repeated that PASOK is “cooperating with ND but is not politically aligned with it.”In comments that suggested he would push again for a cabinet reshuffle, Venizelos said he would call for “a comprehensive evaluation of the operation of the government and its representatives.”On the spat over the anti-racism law, Venizelos spoke of “an unacceptable public dispute” which cast the government in a bad light. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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first_imgArsenal legend Ian Wright fears that Manchester United’s new-found form could have big consequences for his old club in their pursuit of a top-four finishThis season’s Premier League has seen Liverpool and Manchester City beginning to pull clear of the rest of the teams and turning the title battle into a two-horse race.Tottenham look fairly comfortable in a respectable third-place at the moment, while Chelsea’s hold of fourth-place and the final Champions League spot has been cut down to three points from Arsenal and United.The Gunners got themselves back into the battle for a top-four spot by beating Chelsea 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium last Saturday to end a poor run of just one win in their previous four league games.But United’s upturn in form under interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been sensational with the Red Devils level with Arsenal in fifth-place on the back of seven successive wins, six of which came in the league.“I think you have to look Manchester United, their emergence. They’re looking to take someone’s spot from the top four,”  Wright told BBC Radio 5 Live.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“You look at, yes Arsenal, you see what happened at West Ham and then all of a sudden a whole different Arsenal turns up against Chelsea.“You see Chelsea, we don’t know what Chelsea are getting at the minute. You see Spurs with the injuries and you’ve got Man United just shifting gears.“I think Arsenal, they’ve got to play as they did against Chelsea. That was much better, the intensity and the closing down. They’ve got to play like that.“But I think Man United are the big worry for anybody who’s trying to get in the top four – Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea. Man United are a big worry.”Arsenal will take on United in a FA Cup fourth-round game on Friday at the Emirates with kick-off set for at 20:55 (CET).last_img read more

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first_imgThe Clark County Elections Department mailed Aug. 7 primary and special election ballots to registered voters on Wednesday, and voters should expect to receive their ballots within the next several days.If voters do not receive their ballots by July 27, they are encouraged to call the elections office at 360-397-2345 and request a replacement ballot. Replacement ballots also may be requested by email or by writing to Elections Department, P.O. Box 8815, Vancouver, WA 98666.Voters also may request a replacement ballot in person at the elections office, 1408 Franklin St., in Vancouver. To see a sample ballot for the primary and special election, visit the election department’s website.last_img read more

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first_img 0 Get a look at LaMetric’s gorgeous, color-changing wall lights LaMetric is best known for LaMetric Time, a desktop doodad from 2014 that displays pixelated notifications for things like calendar appointments and weather updates. Now, five years later, the company wants to put that same approach into its Sky wall panels. With multiple zones of light sectioned off like triangular pixels, the panels can display fun-looking versions of those same metrics and status updates.  Here’s a look at LaMetric Sky’s pixelated wall panels running as a functional notification center. Might be appealing for a home office or a small business. More info here:https://t.co/G1urRnBLZt #CES2019 pic.twitter.com/fuUQWJ85eW— Ry Crist (@rycrist) January 10, 2019 Check out all the smart home products at CES 2019 Post a comment CES 2019 CNET Smart Home Share your voice LaMetric’s pixelated LED wall panels shine at CES 2019 That means you can use them as an artistic, mosaic-like display for your living room, or as a funky-looking logo or follower count for your business or home office. That’s a level of versatility that Nanoleaf — which just announced new, hexagon-shaped panels at literally the exact same time as LaMetric’s announcement — can’t currently match. The competitor that comes the closest would actually be Lifx, which sells square-shaped Lifx Tiles for your walls. Unlike Nanoleaf panels, which can all only put out one color per panel, each Lifx Tile contains 64 individually controllable zones of light — but it doesn’t section them off for a pixelated effect like LaMetric does. That causes the light to bleed together like tie dye. You can write on them, kind of, but you won’t get anything crisp or precise, and you can’t set them to display textual notifications, follower counts, weather updates, or anything of the sort. With 32 zones of light on each panel, LaMetric basically snapped the Lifx Tile in half diagonally, sectioned off the zones, and leaned into the pixelated design. I think it’s a brilliant approach. Not only do you get the versatility of using them as an artsy mosaic or using them for notifications, but you also get some nice flexibility over how you arrange them. Put two together diagonally, and you get a square. Break them up along other sides, and you get something more geometrically abstract. Enlarge ImageThe triangular pixels on each panel will display a color code after you’ve mounted them. Scan that code with your phone’s camera, and LaMetric will automatically figure out how you’ve got them configured. LaMetric Also cool: Those triangular pixels are precise enough to display unique codes during setup. Once you’re finished putting them up on the wall, just scan the code on the panels with your phone’s camera. LaMetric’s proprietary process will automatically figure out how you’ve got them configured. LaMetric doesn’t have pricing details finalized yet, and there isn’t a release date yet, either. As good as they look, bringing these panels to market at the same scale as Nanoleaf or Lifx, both of which already enjoy plum placement on retail shelves, will likely be a challenge. That said, those competitors both show that it’s possible for a smallish name in smart lighting to find breakout success with a likable, color-changing novelty gadget. Time will tell if LaMetric’s panels can find a path into people’s living rooms, but here at CES at least, color me impressed. 1:38center_img Now playing: Watch this: Originally published Jan. 8.Update, Jan. 9: Added first impressions video.CES 2019: Every story so far: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show. 7 Photos After Nanoleaf saw breakout success with its unique lineup of color-changing LED wall panels that you can automate and control with your voice, I had a feeling it was only a matter of time before we saw more more options like them vying for a spot on our walls.And at CES 2019, a startup called LaMetric just came out of nowhere with what might be the best-looking option to date. 52 Photos Tags Smart Home It’s called LaMetric Sky, and it’s a set of right triangular LED panels that you’ll stick up to your walls with double-sided tape. Once they’re up, you’ll be able to create custom scenes and trigger them with voice commands using Alexa, Siri or the Google Assistant. Pricing and availability isn’t finalized yet, nor is the number of panels you’ll get in a starter kit, but for now, LaMetric thinks they’ll come in an eight-pack when they launch. Each of those panels is broken into 32 individual little triangles of light, each of them capable of putting out its own color. The effect, which the LaMetric team says was inspired by stained glass windows, looks admittedly striking — and it opens up some interesting new possibilities beyond the pretty colors. Google Assistant CES Products Alexa Sirilast_img read more

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first_imgSteel Strips Wheels LtdSTWH208.35+24.10+13.08 Akar Tools LtdAKAT23.55-1.50-5.99 Yantra Natural Resources LtdYANT0.11+0.01+10 The BSE index fell by 0.23 percent, while NSE index too declined 0.19 percent lower during early trade on Thursday. Sensex opened flat at 25,217.69 points with a drop of 96.05 points and Nifty opened at 7554.10 points decreasing by 15.15 points.On Wednesday BSE index closed at 25,313.74 points while NSE index recorded 7539.25 points.However, from 9:15 am to 9:39 am, both Indian Stock indices recorded higher figures with slight changes, but later decreased to 25167.56 points and 7526.05 points respectively.Top gainers from BSE as of June 26, Thursday at 10.49 am:NameNameSymbolSymbolLast inLast inChange inChange inChange %Change %NameSteel Strips Wheels LtdSymbolSTWHLast in208.35Change in+24.10Change %+13.08NameYantra Natural Resources LtdSymbolYANTLast in0.11Change in+0.01Change %+10NameLe Waterina Resorts and HotelsSymbolLEWALast in1.30Change in+0.11Change %+9.24NameGokak Textiles LtdSymbolGOKALast in72Change in+5.65Change %+8.52NameBanas Finance LimitedSymbolBANALast in37.50Change in+2.85Change %+8.23 Meuse Kara & Sungrace MafatlalMEUS8.06-0.67-7.76 ACIL Cotton IndustriesACIL0.14-0.01-6.67 Banas Finance LimitedBANA37.50+2.85+8.23 Top losers from BSE as on June 26, Thursday at 10.49 am:NameNameSymbolSymbolLast inLast inChange inChange inChange %Change %NameGulf Oil CorporationSymbolGFCLLast in147Change in-181.80Change %-55.29NameMeuse Kara & Sungrace MafatlalSymbolMEUSLast in8.06Change in-0.67Change %-7.76NameACIL Cotton IndustriesSymbolACILLast in0.14Change in-0.01Change %-6.67NameHipolin LtdSymbolHIPOLast in34.70Change in-2.30Change %-6.22NameAkar Tools LtdSymbolAKATLast in23.55Change in-1.50Change %-5.99 Gulf Oil CorporationGFCL147-181.80-55.29 Le Waterina Resorts and HotelsLEWA1.30+0.11+9.24 Hipolin LtdHIPO34.70-2.30-6.22 Gokak Textiles LtdGOKA72+5.65+8.52 NameSymbolLast inChange inChange % NameSymbolLast inChange inChange % While top gainers from NSE were Visesh Infotecnics, Steel Strips Wheels, NRB Bearings, VKS Projects and ATN International, top losers were Gulf Oil Corporation, Paras Petrofils, Savera Industries, REI Six Ten Retail Ltd and Mahindra Ugine Steel company. However, the position of the companies changed frequently during trading hours.NSE index futures traded on the Singapore Exchange market fell down by 0.09 percent and MSCI-Asia Pacific index surged by 0.77 percent on Thursday, according to Reuters. Besides on Wednesday, foreign investors purchased shares worth ₹6.95 billion ($116.4 million).Oil and gas companies incurred losses after government delayed the hike in prices of gas and fuel for next three months. Oil and Natural gas (ONGC) fell by 6.2 percent and Reliance Industries shares slipped by 2.8 percent, but auto stocks gained after Jaitley’s announcement to extend excise duty concession in Automobile and its related sectors.ONGC recorded at ₹414.60 per stock with loss of ₹22.25, while stock price of Reliance Industries was recorded at ₹1024.50 with loss of ₹26.50 on Thursday.Abban Off shore’s stocks surged 5.7 percent, and Indraprastha Gas too gained after falling 2 percent on hopes that the government’s decision to defer a gas price hike would benefit automobile gas sectors.While Brent crude oil was last traded for $113.93 per barrel, it settled close to a nine month high above $114 a barrel as Sunni insurgents fought government forces to take control over Iraq’s biggest refinery on Wednesday.”Markets have already factored in the Iraq situation – unless something more chaotic happens. The threat of supply disruptions is receding,” Reuters quoted Avatar Sandhu of Singapore Phillip Futures.However, analysts told Reuters that the government deferring the hike in price of gas will not change the direction of structural reforms in oil and gas sectors. Hence, BSE Oil and gas index was recorded at ₹11,072.15 per share with loss of ₹353.54 against previous close of ₹11,425 on Wednesday.Asian markets recorded high on Thursday. Nikkei index was recorded 15308.49 points with increase of 41.88 points, while Hang Seng index recorded 23070.81 points with increase of 204.11 points.In the meantime, all US based stock indices recorded a high, but major European markets FTSE 100, DAX, CAC 40 and TR Europe declined by 53.45, 70.33, 50.74 and 1.38 points respectively.As expected by experts and analysts, India based stock markets traded range bound due to derivative expiry on Thursday along with other factors like monsoon and upcoming budget.However, at 12:12 pm, BSE Sensex recorded 25,168.59 points with fall of 49.1 points and NSE’s Nifty recorded 7525.90 points with decline of 28.2 points.last_img read more

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first_imgIn a bid to generate additional revenue, Air India is planning to lease out approximately 17,000 sq ft of commercial space at its Mumbai headquarters. This would result in additional revenue generation for the company to the tune of Rs 5 crore annually.The state-owned airline’s headquarter building facing the Arabian Sea in Mumbai has 23 floors, of which 16 are already leased out — generating revenue of Rs 80 crore every year, Press Trust of India reported.By leasing out an additional 17,927 sq ft of space, the company hopes to add crores of additional revenue. “We are expecting a premium considering the location of the property. We are hopeful of leasing out the proposed space for up to Rs 300 sq ft per month,” an official told PTI.Over a period of nine years, the airline will reportedly lease out ground floor, first floor and part of the building’s eight floor.In an attempt to lease out more space of its building, the airline recently invited bids from reputed private firms and government organisations. Some of the floors of the building are already acquired by State Bank of India (SBI), Mahila Bank and the Income tax departments, among others. Asset monetisation planThe government in December 2015 approved Air India’s proposal to sell the company-owned plot of land in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, to National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) for Rs 19.81 crore, according to a report in The Financial Express.In November, the airline reportedly sold four residential flats to State Bank of India for Rs 90 crore; this was the same time when the carrier was trying to cover up its losses. Air India is on the lookout for other possible options to raise money.According to reports, under the monetisation plan, various other assets being considered for sale are spread across Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and other cities.The airline has already received Rs 22,280 crore from the government under the new turnaround plan (TAP), which will run up to March 2021.last_img read more

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first_imgRajib HasanGovernment Titumir College student Rajib Hasan, who died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) early Tuesday after getting his right arm lost being pressed between two buses in the city, laid to eternal rest at Dashpara village in Bauphal upazila of Patuakhali on WednesdayHe was buried at a graveyard of his maternal grandfather’s village around 9:45am after a namaz-e-janaza held at Bauphal field around 9:15am, reports UNB.Earlier, the carcasses reached at the village around 2:45am.Chief whip ASM Feroz, MP, Patuakhali deputy commissioner, superintendent of Patuakhali police, municipality mayor and others attended the janaza.On Tuesday, the first namaz-e-janaza of Rajib was held at the High Court premises.An autopsy was conducted on Rajib’s body at the DMCH on Tuesday morning.Pradip Biswas who conducted the autopsy said, “There’s no major injury to his hand. But there are blood clots in the brain and a portion of skull was broken due to the accident.”The life support of Rajib was removed around 12:40 am at the intensive care unit (ICU) of DMCH. He had been kept on life support at the hospital since 10 April.Rajib, son of late Helal Uddin of Indrakul village in Bauphal, lost his parents in his early age. Since then, he had been the guardian of his two younger brothers.On 3 April, Rajib Hasan, a 2nd year student of Govt Titumir College, was going to attend his classes by a double-decker bus of Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BTRC). He was standing on the rear gate dangling his right hand outside as the bus was overcrowded.When the bus got stranded at the Sonargaon crossing near Panthakunja park, a ‘Sajan Paribahan’ bus tried to make its way through the narrow space in between the BRTC bus and the footpath.However, Rajib’s right hand was pressed in between the two buses and got severed from the elbow.The victim was then first taken to MH Samorita Hospital at Panthapath and then shifted to the DMCH.last_img read more

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