Bilaspur: Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi’s son Amit Jogi, who heads the Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J), was arrested on Tuesday in the state’s Bilaspur district on charges of cheating and forgery, police said. The arrest was made following a police complaint lodged against him by Sameera Paikra, the BJP candidate from Marwahi constituency in the 2013 state Assembly polls, Superintendent of Police Prashant Agrawal told PTI. Paikra in her complaint said Amit Jogi allegedly submitted wrong information about his birth place in the affidavit while filing his nomination papers for the 2013 state polls, he said. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details According to Paikra, he mentioned his place of birth as Sarbahara village in Gaurela area of Bilaspur whereas, she claimed, he was born in the US, the official said. Amit Jogi subsequently won the Assembly poll from Bilaspur’s Marwahi seat, reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates. After the investigation for about six months, he was arrested on Tuesday, Agrawal said. “Amit Jogi was arrested from Marwahi Sadan in Bilaspur, based on the FIR lodged against him in February this year at Gaurela police station in the district,” he said. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday He was booked under Indian Penal Code Sections 420 (cheating), 467 (forgery of valuable security), 468 (forgery for purpose of cheating) and 471 (using as genuine a forged document or electronic record), he said. After losing the 2013 polls, Paikra had filed an election petition in the Chhattisgarh High Court, challenging Amit Jogi’s caste and place of birth. The high court dismissed the petition in January this year on the ground that the term of the Chhattisgarh Assembly (2013-2018) had already ended. On Monday, Paikra along with some residents of Marwahi constituency staged a protest in front of the superintendent of police’s office in Bilaspur, demanding action on the FIR lodged by her against Amit Jogi. Last week, an FIR was also registered against his 73- year-old father Ajit Jogi, who served as the first chief minister of Chhattisgarh, after a government-appointed committee rejected the latter’s claim of being a tribal. A high-level caste scrutiny committee set up by the state government last month dismissed Ajit Jogi’s claim of belonging to a Scheduled Tribe (ST) and cancelled his caste certificates. Subsequently, Ajit Jogi, the founder of the Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J), was booked for allegedly fraudulently obtaining caste certificates, the police said. The claim of the senior politician, a sitting MLA from Marwahi and a former Congressman, of being a tribal was rejected multiple times in the past too.
OTTAWA – Jagmeet Singh is no stranger to thinking on his feet — or to racism.Now considered a top contender in the race to replace federal New Democratic Party Leader Tom Mulcair, Singh was a law student when he spotted two police officers cycling up the steep hill leading to Casa Loma, an imposing mansion-turned-museum in Toronto.Curious as to whether they would be able to make it all the way up, Singh decided to watch their journey.The police officers ended up approaching the young, brown-skinned man wearing a turban, told him he was staring, and demanded identification.This incident, recounted to the Huffington Post, was not the first or only time Singh had been stopped by police, but it was a time when, educated and empowered by his legal studies, he said he informed the officers of his right to say no.He walked away. It did not work.Singh returned to his car and the police stopped him again, telling him he would now have to provide ID under the Highway Traffic Act.“In that moment it hit me,” Singh posted to Twitter in July as he unveiled his leadership campaign plan for a federal ban on racial profiling.“I had achieved academic (and) professional success yet I was still made to feel like there was something wrong with me.”Now, Singh, 38, is getting noticed around the world for another quick-witted response to racism, as he remained calm in the face of a woman ranting and heckling about Muslims and sharia law during a recent campaign meet-and-greet event in Brampton, Ont.Once again, the way Singh, who is Sikh, reacted did not stop the unpleasantness, but it did reveal much about him — including, thanks to a video gone viral, to a global audience that had never before heard of the popular Ontario NDP MPP for the Greater Toronto Area riding of Bramalea—Gore—Malton.“It’s that raw, unscripted moment where you see a true leader’s qualities and characteristics,” said Robin MacLachlan, a former NDP staffer who is now vice-president at Summa Strategies.Known for his advocacy against the controversial police practice of carding, as well as the fashionable attire that landed him an interview in GQ magazine, the spotlight Singh is often seeking seems to be getting brighter.Singh was born in the Scarborough area of Toronto to Dr. Jagtaran Singh Dhaliwal, a psychiatrist, and Harmeet Kaur Dhaliwal, a teacher, who had immigrated from Punjab.The family eventually settled in Windsor, Ont.“I had many fond memories of my childhood in Windsor, spending time with my friends, cycling through the streets,” Singh, who was unavailable for an interview, wrote on his leadership campaign website.“But it was not always easy. Like many others who stand out, I was picked on because I had a funny sounding name, brown skin and long hair,” he wrote. “I faced a lot of bullying at school and often felt like I didn’t belong.”The need to defend himself sparked a life-long interest in martial arts, Singh wrote, but this familiarity with discrimination is also what prompted him to study the experience of the Quebecois and drove his desire to learn French, which he speaks alongside English and Punjabi.Singh became a university activist, then a criminal defence lawyer who often worked with community groups before friends and family encouraged him to make the leap into provincial politics, getting elected in the 2011 Ontario election.Joe Cressy, a Toronto City Councillor and long-time NDP organizer, said the path Singh has followed to politics informs both his policies and his persona.“It’s a harder road to walk,” said Cressy, who has cast his ballot for Singh. “But it also speaks to a different perspective on many of the issues that we’re facing. So, whether that’s the immigrant experience and access to the job market, whether that’s as a racialized person and how you’re treated, whether that is as a suburban representative — something that’s very rare in the NDP — and what it means to speak to everyday voters.”It also means different challenges, including what was captured in that now-famous video.“For a lot of politicians, and especially the privileged white politicians, of which I am one . . . people are yelling at us because they don’t like our policies,” said Cressy.“In that situation, somebody was yelling at him because he was a man of colour and thus must be a Muslim and a bad one at that,” said Cressy. “His willingness to respond not just with grace, but to use it as a teaching moment, I think speaks to him.”The NDP will reveal the results of the first ballot Oct. 1.— Follow @smithjoanna on Twitter
OTTAWA — The Canadian Chamber of Commerce says China’s decision to ban canola imports from Canada has no basis in scientific fact.Mark Agnew, senior director of international policy for the chamber, says he trusts the science-based assessments by Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency that Canada’s crop is safe.Agnew stopped short of accusing the People’s Republic of using the ban as retaliation for Canada’s decision to detain a top executive with telecom giant Huawei.China’s decision to ban $2 billion worth of Canadian exports is widely seen as retaliation for Canada’s arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei’s founder, at the behest of the United States.With the Canadian canola industry urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to press China for solutions, the House of Commons agriculture committee meets later this morning in Ottawa to consider a Conservative motion to take action.China says it has found hazardous organisms in the shipments of two major canola exporters, Richardson International Ltd. and Viterra, Inc., while its foreign ministry spokesman has told Canada to “take practical measures to correct the mistakes.”The Canadian Press
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APTN National NewsWe’ve all heard about how climate-change is impacting the High Arctic.Ships will soon be sailing through the Northwest Passage and parts of the ice cap are melting.There are signs in other parts of Canada that climate is changing and it’s not for the better.Environmentalists are now concerned about the greening of northern Labrador.APTN National News reporter Ossie Michelin has this story.
New Delhi: Famous Punjabi singer Daler Mehndi joined the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) here on Friday in the presence of Union minister Vijay Goel and Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari.BJP candidate from Northwest Delhi in the ongoing Lok Sabha polls Hans Raj Hans, Union minister and Chandni Chowk candidate Harsh Vardhan and other party leaders were also present on the occasion. Mehndi’s daughter is married to one of the sons of Hans, also a popular Punjabi singer. “Daler Mehndi also happens to be my relative,” Hans said. In 2013, Mehndi, who was keen on contesting the Delhi Assembly polls, had joined the Congress. He had also lent his voice to the Congress’ campaign song — “Nahi Rukegi Meri Dilli”. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’Besides Mehndi, actor Sunny Deol also joined the BJP this week. The party also announced the candidature of Hans this week. However, Mehndi joining the party did not get much traction. Party sources said this was also due to his conviction in a human-trafficking case. Last year, a Patiala court sentenced Mehndi to two years in jail in a 15-year-old human-trafficking case. A fine of Rs 1,000 was also imposed on him. The singer, however, was released on furnishing a bail bond. Many celebrities from the film and entertainment industry have been joining political parties in the poll season. Actress Urmila Matondkar joined the Congress last month. She has been fielded by the grand old party from North-West Mumbai in the ongoing LS election. Mpost
Minutes after the No. 5 Ohio State Buckeyes finished celebrating their march to being the best team in the Big Ten, they learned that their third and final goal wouldn’t come easy.Ohio State watched as it was named the No. 2 seed in the Midwest region. The Buckeyes will play No. 15-seeded University of California-Santa Barbara on Friday.Evan Turner, who had just finished putting up back-to-back 31-point games in the conference tournament, immediately turned his and the Buckeyes’ attention to the NCAA tournament.“It’s a good draw. We’re close to home in Milwaukee,” Turner said. “We’ve just got to go out there and take care of business. Try and handle what we can control. We can’t really worry about the games afterwards. We have to worry about the first game, which is UC Santa Barbara. They’re there for a reason, and then take it step-by-step.” Even though Turner said UC Santa Barbara was the most important thing right now, he did make a reference to one interesting fact about the daunting task ahead of the Buckeyes.Their region is to say the least, difficult.It is filled with several dangerous seeds, some of which could have been placed higher in the process. Just looking at the other 15 teams OSU could potentially face if it made a deep tournament run, it’s clear that if OSU wants to be back in Indianapolis for the Final Four in three weeks, it will have to earn it.“I think when you take 65, it’s going to be tough regardless,” OSU coach Thad Matta said.“You go back a couple years ago, we were a [No.] 2 seed and had Georgetown in the second round as a [No.] 10 seed. You know, it’s one of those situations where you look at the 8-9 games. If you’re a 1 seed, who do you want to play in those games.”“You know, us, you’ve got to shift your mind to, okay, we’ve got Santa Barbara. Where do we go from there? I don’t think there’s any easy way. I just hope we’re playing our best basketball right now as we move forward.”If the Buckeyes do get past their first matchup with the Gauchos, they could face their first big test early. Georgia Tech or Oklahoma State could await the Buckeyes, and both have been tested against top competition.Oklahoma State is one of the two teams that has knocked off top-ranked Kansas this season. Georgia Tech took Duke to the limit in the ACC Championship on Sunday, almost making its bid outright.Speaking of the No. 1 team in all of college basketball, if all goes as planned and the Buckeyes make it to the Elite Eight, they could potentially face a matchup with the Kansas Jayhawks.It seemed like no one wanted to be paired with arguably the best-playing team in the country, Kansas, but the Buckeyes, unfortunately, could have that task.One benefit for OSU, despite possibly playing in the toughest region, is that it will have another day of rest. The NCAA tournament will begin on Thursday, but OSU won’t take the court in Milwaukee until Friday. That is one thing Ohio State can consider a positive.“Yeah, most definitely,” Turner said when asked if he liked the extra day of rest. “You know, we played a hard 130 minutes this weekend, and we definitely would like a couple days off a little bit. But when it it’s time to go, it’s time to go. We’ll get back into it and get clicking on all cylinders. A day off will be nice.”Matta said the extra day will benefit OSU with more than just rest because the players will be dealing with finals this week before traveling to their first-round destination.Several other interesting teams are in the Midwest, including two that could cause deja vu.In 2007, Ohio State’s last deep run in the NCAA tournament, they battled with both Tennessee and Georgetown. Both teams are lurking in the Midwest as potential matchups before the Elite Eight.OSU could also matchup with two more familiar teams in Michigan State and Ohio. It would be unlikely, but if OU could continue to pull off upsets like they did in their conference tournament, it could see OSU in the Sweet 16.The Buckeyes and Spartans only met once this season with the Buckeyes winning in East Lansing, Mich. Under Tom Izzo, it does seem that they play their best basketball in the field of 65.Who knows what will happen over the next several weeks to the Buckeyes, but they do have two things other than a day of rest in their favor.Three out of the last four No. 1 seeds to win the Big Ten Tournament have gone on to the Final Four.OSU also got experience cutting down the nets in Indianapolis.
Although described as a “careful and competent” pilot, Mr Kark said there were times when he had “taken risks” or flown in a way he would not be expected to.Just a year before the crash at Southport airshow, in Merseyside, Mr Kark said Hill “performed a dangerous manoeuvre” causing organisers to halt the display by issuing what is known as a “stop, stop, stop” call.”Such a call is a rare event and was issued on that occasion because the maneovure he performed took him far too close to the crowd and was dangerous.”Unfortunately, on this occasion in 2015 at Shoreham no-one had time to call out a ‘stop’ and his display ended in tragedy.”The victims are Maurice Abrahams, 76; Dylan Archer, 42; Tony Brightwell, 53; Matthew Grimstone, 23; Matt Jones, 24; Graham Mallinson, 72; Daniele Polito, 23; Mark Reeves, 53; Jacob Schilt, 23; Richard Smith, 26; and Mark Trussler, 54, who all lived in Sussex. The 54-year-old, of Sandon, Buntingford, Hertfordshire, is standing trial after denying 11 charges of manslaughter by gross negligence.Members of the victims’ families gathered at the Old Bailey as prosecutor Tom Kark QC opened the case.Describing it as a “beautiful sunny Saturday”, Mr Kark told jurors Hill was part way through his display when the crash took place. Hill, who sat in the dock wearing a black suit, blue and white striped shirt, blue tie and glasses, will be described as a “highly competent and experienced pilot”, jurors were told.He served in the Royal Air Force between 1985 and 1994 where he trained to fly, becoming an instructor and fast jet pilot.During his military career he completed more than 1,600 hours in aircrafts also including a Jet Provost and a Harrier. He was also a British Airways airbus captain.He had flown the Hawker Hunter – a large fighter jet built for warfare which first took to the skies in 1955 – a total of 47 hours including at the same airshow the year before.But when the crash took place Hill “fell far below his usual standards”, Mr Kark said.His Display Authorisation – a licence issued by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) – authorised him to fly the plane at a minimum height of 100ft during flypasts and 500ft during standard manoeuvres like the loop – during a performance.Mr Kark said there was a “heavy responsibility” on a pilot’s shoulders to plan their display carefully so no-one is put at risk and it was Hill’s “duty” to ensure the plane remained at the height permitted and did not breach no-fly zones around Shoreham airport. Pilot Andrew Hill, charged with manslaughter, arrives at courtCredit:Jonathan Brady/PA He said: “The aircraft disintegrated and that crash caused a massive fireball.”The effects of that crash were devastating and eleven people lost their lives as a result.”Mr Hill miraculously escaped, because his cockpit separated from the rest of the aircraft ending in a ditch, his seat was thrown out of the cockpit and he was left lying on the ground.”He was saved by the bravery of firefighters, paramedics and a doctor who managed to get to him despite the fires still burning all around.”Mr Kark said the plane was in “excellent working condition”, adding: “Until the moment that it crashed, there was nothing wrong with the flying capabilities of that aircraft.”The crash happened purely because of pilot error.”The pilot was attempting a manoeuvre called a bent loop which requires the aircraft to reach a specific height before it begins its downward trajectory.”Mr Hill did not reach the height required, but nevertheless continued the manoeuvre.”In short, he did not have the height to pull the aircraft out of its dive, back to the level flight at a safe height and, as a result he crashed into the ground.”The prosecution case is that it was Mr Hill’s serious negligence that led directly to the loss of those eleven lives.” A vintage fighter jet crashed killing 11 men when it hit a road and burst into a fireball during a failed airshow stunt “purely” because of “pilot error”, a court heard.Andrew Hill was flying the Hawker Hunter too low when he lost control over the A27 during the Shoreham Airshow in 2015, jurors were told on Tuesday.The 1950s fighter jet plummeted onto the West Sussex dual carriageway while it was performing a loop stunt at 1.22pm on August 22.The trained Royal Air Force instructor, who was a British Airways captain at the time, was thrown clear of the aircraft but taken to hospital with serious injuries and placed into an induced coma before being discharged.Although an experienced pilot, he had been known to take “risks” and one of his airshow displays the year before was brought to a halt because of his “dangerous” flying, the court heard. The trial is being heard before senior judge Mr Justice Andrew Edis QC and could last eight weeks.Jurors were told the Air Accident Investigations Branch’s findings on the crash, which were previously published, will not form part of the prosecution’s evidence and should be disregarded. 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. Clockwise from top left: Mark Trussler, Maurice Abrahams, Dylan Archer, Richard Smith, Mark Reeves, Matt Jones, Tony Brightwell and Matthew Grimstone,
Short URL By Stephen McDermott Unfortunately that happened, and I believe your add [sic] drives another nail in her heart. Do you really need to do that? How many other people are being hurt repeatedly by your add [sic]?Many also questioned whether the Road Safety Authority had considered how the advert would affect Gleeson psychologically.“Can you imagine the psychological damage it much [sic] be inflicting on the driver of the car?” asked one complainant, who added that the ad was a “step too far”.“Why not forgive and let this girl live her young life in peace?” asked another. “Two wrongs do not make a right.”Other complainants called the ad “cruel”, “grossly insensitive”, “depressing”, “a disgusting example of an ad”, “a disgrace”, “completely out of order”, “tactless”, “punitive”, “gravely unethical” and “despicable”.Many complainants called for the ad to be removed, with one saying:I feel your advert for unaccompanied Learner drivers has got its message across – perhaps it could have been explained using a fictional occurrence. Time to switch it off.Public interestBut despite the complaints, the Road Safety Authority vowed to continue screening the ad, saying it had a duty to inform the public about the “high risk” nature of learner motorists driving unaccompanied on Irish roads.An RSA spokesman told TheJournal.ie that the authority consulted with the Gleeson family directly and consulted with their solicitor before the ad aired.The spokesman confirmed that while some minor amendments were made to the ad following requests from the Gleeson family, a formal response was sent via their solicitor to confirm that they had no objection to it being aired.The spokesman also said the advertisement was in the public interest, as it delivered an important message that could help save lives and reduce injuries.“It is certainly not our intention to upset people, especially those who have been directly affected by a road tragedy,” the spokesman said.However, from years of dealing with victims, their families and victim support groups, they have told us that it is absolutely necessary to tell their stories so that people understand the reality of what’s happening on the roads, and more importantly, that others do not go through the tragedy that they have had to experience.According to RSA statistics, an average of 12 learner drivers – the majority of whom are unaccompanied – are involved in fatal collisions on Irish roads every year.It claims that similar provisions to the ‘Clancy Amendment’ have already proven successful in Northern Ireland, where learner drivers are almost never involved in fatal collisions.The spokesman added while that while the authority was aware of the sensitivities involved in the case involving the Clancys and Susan Gleeson and that the RSA did not want to stigmatise learner drivers, it felt the impact of driving unaccompanied was clear.“We do not wish to ever see another Noel Clancy. And nor do we want to see another unaccompanied driver involved in another such fatal crash,” the spokesman said.“No-one should ever have to go through either side of such a desperately needless tragedy ever again.” Feb 24th 2019, 12:05 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Source: RSA Ireland/YouTubeTHE ROAD SAFETY Authority claims it would be failing in its duties if it discontinued an ad campaign in which learner motorists are warned about the dangers of driving alone.Records released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal how the authority was sent dozens of complaints during the first month that an ad about the so-called ‘Clancy Amendment’ aired on television.The ad was produced by the RSA for €327,490, following the introduction of new laws on unaccompanied drivers as part of the Road Traffic Amendment Act in December.It features Cork man Noel Clancy, whose wife Geraldine and daughter Louise were killed in an accident involving an unaccompanied learner driver in December 2015.Their deaths led to the introduction of laws that make it an offence for vehicle owners to allow unaccompanied learner or unlicensed motorists to drive their cars.In the ad, Clancy revisits the scene of the accident and describes how his wife and daughter were killed, and recalls a conversation he had with an undertaker about their burial.“They were trapped upside down, screaming for their lives as they drowned in the water,” he says, adding that he did not realise Geraldine or Lousie were involved in the accident when he happened to arrive on the scene.The learner driver involved in the accident, Susan Gleeson, was subsequently given a three-year suspended sentence.A spokesman for the RSA told TheJournal.ie that as well as the production fee, almost €270,000 was spent to have the ad broadcast on television and in cinemas in the first month that it aired.‘Out of order’The authority released the transcripts of 34 complaints it received from members of the public about the ad, one of which compared the campaign to “Nazi propaganda”.A large number of complainants expressed sympathy for Gleeson, and asked whether the authority had considered the impact that the ad would have upon her.“I feel that girl’s pain every time the add [sic] is run… she has to live with the consequences of this for the rest of her life,” wrote one member of the public.Another said: “I feel huge empathy for the family who lost [their] wife/daughter but not sure this line of behaviour helps the healing of such loss.“She didn’t set out to ruin their life or her own,” said yet another. ‘A disgusting example’: Road Safety Authority sent dozens of complaints over L-driver ad campaign The ad warning learner motorists not to drive unaccompanied began airing in December. 75,146 Views 242 Comments https://jrnl.ie/4505863 Share27 Tweet Email3 Sunday 24 Feb 2019, 12:05 AM
Vasco de Gama : sa biographie, ses voyages, tout savoir sur l’explorateurAprès la découverte de l’Amérique par Christophe Colomb, Vasco da Gama, de son vrai nom est le premier européen à trouver la route vers l’Inde en contournant l’Afrique. Biographie :Naissance : Né vers 1469 à Sines, au PortugalMort : Mort en 1524 à Cochin, en IndeEn 1497, Vasco de Gama se voit confier une expédition maritime par le roi Manuel Ier le Grand, quelques années après la découverte de l’Amérique par Christophe Colomb. Dans sa flotte, il dispose de quatre navires, le São Gabriel, São Rafael, le Berrio et un navire de charge pour les approvisionnements. À lire aussiAlbert Einstein : QI, citations, biographie, tout savoir sur le plus célèbre des scientifiquesIl doit ouvrir la voie des Indes par la mer au Portugal. Vasco part le 8 juillet 1497, il atteint l’extrémité du cap Sud de l’Afrique le 4 novembre 1497. Le trajet s’annonce compliqué car une tempête provoque un début de mutinerie. Durant le trajet, l’équipage fait aussi face au scorbut et à la dysenterie. Le 25 novembre, le navire franchit le cap de Bonne-Espérance. Après un certain nombre de problèmes avec les sultan Africains, Vasco de Gama arrive à Kozhikode (anciennement Calicut), de l’état du Kerala en Inde le 20 mai 1498. Après de longues et compliquées négociations, Vasco de Gama obtient le droit de commercer à Calicut et repart le 29 août. A son retour, en août 1499, il est nommé Amiral des Indes et repart pour une deuxième expédition. Il s’empare de Kilwa et de Sofala. Il écarte ses rivaux arabes en brûlant leur bateau alors que les femmes et les enfants sont encore à l’intérieur. De retour à Calicut, il bombarde la ville en représailles aux massacres perpétrés contre l’équipage de Pedro Álvares Cabral, parti un an plus tôt avec une flotte. A son retour, il s’installe à Evora avec toute sa famille et prend sa retraite durant une vingtaine d’années. Il est nommé Vice-Roi des Indes en 1524 par Jean III le Pieux. Il entame un dernier voyage vers les Indes mais meurt le 24 décembre à Cochin. Le 4 décembre 2017 à 11:57 • Morsli Pauline
In a very ironic turn of events, English commentator Martin Tyler will not narrate the match between Woking and Watford, because he’s Woking’s assistant coach.Martin Tyler is not only one of England’s most known commentators, but he also has another job as assistant coach to Woking.And the lowest-ranked club left in the FA Cup, a club that plays in the National League North, will host English Premier League side Watford in the Third Round of the FA Cup.“One of the first things I did after I came out of the Etihad was phone Dowse to see how the training went,” he explained to The Mirror.“I was privileged, I was watching what many of you probably think is the game of the season, and now we’ve got the game of a lifetime for Woking.”What to expect from Watford V Arsenal? Taimoor Khan – September 8, 2019 Arsenal are set to take on Watford this weekend and the game is definitely going to be quite a peculiar contest between two sides…“I have two parallel lives – one you all know about and one you don’t know about that’s been going on for 12 or 13 years,” he added.“But now, these parallel worlds do collide and I can’t wait.”“I did the Everton v Watford game, which involved doing across to NBC in the States, and the first question was, ‘Are you scouting or are you commentating?’,” he tried to explain.“And on Boxing Day, we were here kicking off at 1 pm and then I was working at Watford v Chelsea in the evening. We haven’t got a clue what the Watford team will be, but at least I will know where they play and one or two strengths or weaknesses.”
[Representational Image ]PUBG MobileA class 12 student from Madhya Pradesh died of cardiac arrest after playing popular online game Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) on his mobile for six hours straight on Tuesday.Furkhan Qureshi, 16, lived with his family in Neemuch. His father Harun Rashid Qureshi claimed that he was addicted to the game and was playing the game continuously on May 28.”Furkhan started playing the game right after lunch and it continued for over six hours. Just before he collapsed, he became very agitated and started shouting at other players,” said Harun, reports ANI.Furkhan was immediately rushed to a hospital and was declared brought dead. Cardiologist Dr Ashok Jain, who examined Furkhan, said that he was brought to the hospital without a pulse. “We tried to revive him with electric shock and also injected him to revive his heart, but we failed in our attempt,” he said.Furkhan’s sister Fiza Qureshi was with him when the incident occurred. “My brother was playing PUBG with some of his friends. Suddenly, he started shouting ‘carry out the blast..carry out blast’. Then he threw his earphones and mobile and cried saying “I will not play with you’. I lost the game because of you,” she told ANI.Furkhan’s brother said that he was addicted to the game and used to play it for more than 15 hours.Furkan’s family also told the doctors that he was a swimmer and did not have any previously-known heart ailments. It could have been the excitement of the game, which caused a sudden rush in the adrenaline causing cardiac arrest, said Dr Ashok Jain.
Somewhere out there in cyberspace there are tech gurus — a fancy word for nerds — working to make our lives easier. They’re devising new, unimaginably brilliant gadgets, gizmos and apps that do two things: Make our lives easier and make us wonder why we never thought of such a simple idea in the first place (remember the Chia Pet?).The truth is, self-improvement is a huge industry — $9.6 billion to be precise. With the digital disruption caused by technology today, there are more and more software solutions popping up to help us optimize our productivity, set and track goals and build healthier habits. If you look hard enough, there’s pretty much an app for every aspect of our lives.Want to maximize productivity? There’s an app for that. How about become more mindful, whatever that means? There’s an app for that, too. What did you say? You want to know exactly how many calories are in that foot-long hot dog? Too many. But, if you really want to know, there’s an app for that, too.Related: 5 Apps That Can Help Executives Strike Work-Life BalanceTo get your month off to a positive start, here are seven self-improvement apps to try out.1. DayOneAppImage credit: DayOneAppIf you’re a journaler, this is a simpler way to do it. Journaling has been shown to optimize both hemispheres of the brain since writing engages the left brain — known for analysis and reason — while the right brain is free to create. Journaling allows you to break through mental barriers to better understand yourself, others and the world around you. No big deal. What’s different about DayOneApp is that you can add pictures, local weather data and geo-location to your journal entry for whenever you want to revert back to your happy place.2. MyFitnessPalImage credit: MyFitnessPalCounting calories is about as fun as counting to 2,000 — every day. Ain’t nobody got time for that. Fortunately, Under Armour has made calorie-counting easy with myfitnesspal. What’s cool about this app is that it will not only subtract calories based on your exercise output for a given day but also scan in a food’s nutritional content based on its barcode and — magically — spit out the number of calories along with a caloric breakdown of fats, proteins and carbohydrates that get added to your daily intake.3. UnstuckImage credit: UnstuckThere comes a point in everyone’s life where they just feel stuck. Fortunately, there’s an app for that. Unstuck is there to help you resolve problems, find motivation or face other moments of paralyzing uncertainty. With a plethora of digital coaches, you receive tips and advice to help diagnose your actions and propose solutions. Boom.Related: 4 App-Assisted Methods to Get the Most Out of Your 24 Hours4. Happier Image credit: HappierThere are myriad positivity projects out there to boost happiness. With the happier app you collect — yup, you guessed it — happy moments throughout the day to add to your mental Rolodex. There are more than 11,000 studies that show how an attitude of gratitude helps improve sleep quality, increase optimism and creativity, enhance productivity and reduce stress. 5. BrightnestImage credit: BrightnestSelf-improvement always entails learning, which is where this handy app comes in. If the entrepreneur in you wants to play Mr. or Mrs. Fix-It to save startup funds, then Brightnest will get you in gear. With the mission of Brightnest being “to shape up your home and simplify your life,” this app is packed full of guidelines and tips on everything from cleaning and organization to do-it-yourself. It’s a helpful companion to removing the clutter from our lives, so we can focus on what’s really important.6. HeadoutImage credit: HeadoutAll work and no play doesn’t make anyone any better, which is exactly why headout is so important. Headout features “incredible experiences on demand,” which is a fancy way of saying it serves as a guide to finding “the best activities, events and tours happening in town.” You can find and book last-minute deals if you’re feeling spontaneous.7. Coach.meImage credit: Coach.meNever underestimate the impact of powerful questions. Powerful questions infuse a sense of possibility and cause the mind to consider new options, thus expanding the mental boundaries posed by previous paradigms. Asking powerful questions is exactly what coaches do (full disclosure: I’m a leadership coach) and that’s exactly what Coach.me offers. Want to build better habits? A coach can help. Looking to discover new career opportunities? A coach can help. Don’t know how to scale your startup? You get the picture.Technology — like society–is always changing and always improving, which makes staying relevant a constant uphill battle. Integrate tech with your self-improvement goals, and you kill two birds with one stone.Related: 6 Apps That Help You Stick to Your Goals Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global January 6, 2016 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. 5 min read Register Now »
News | March 03, 2014 ContextVision Demonstrates Ultrasound, Mammography Image Technology at ECR 2014 News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more Related Content Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more March 3, 2014 — ContextVision will showcase its US PLUSView Family and GOPView Mammo2 at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR), March 6-10. The US PLUSView Family includes four packages: women’s health, general imaging, cardiovascular and point of care. Each package is optimized for individual application areas, providing medical professionals with enhanced diagnostic confidence. It is an adaptable product for all hardware platforms, from low-end CPU systems to DSP platforms and high-end GPU-based ultrasound systems. ContextVision’s GOP methodology detects structures by examining the significance of each pixel in relation to its wider context.Key package benefits include speckle reduction, edge enhancement, efficient line connectivity and high grayscale contrast, enabling direct, focused enrichment of selected image features.For mammography, GOPView Mammo2 offers visibility of subtle lesions in the parenchyma independent of breast density. This makes it easier for clinicians to quickly diagnose patients. The advanced imaging proves especially valuable in dense tissue. Its images give a sense of depth for more rapid and accurate diagnoses, and ultimately, a greater return-on-investment for medical imaging users worldwide. For more information: www.contextvision.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Ultrasound Imaging | July 26, 2019 Intelligent Ultrasound Group Collaborating With the National Imaging Academy Wales Artificial intelligence (AI)-based ultrasound software and simulation company Intelligent Ultrasound Group plc (AIM:… read more News | Ultrasound Imaging | July 31, 2019 Studies Confirm Clinical Value of ShearWave Elastography for Liver Fibrosis Evaluation SuperSonic Imagine announced the publication of the results of its prospective multicentric clinical study conducted in… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 05, 2019 Digital Health Devices Used at Point of Care May Improve Diagnostic Certainty A West Virginia-based rural medical outreach event showcased the use of point-of-care technology in an ambulatory… read more The ScanTrainer transvaginal simulator is one example of Intelligent Ultrasound’s simulation technologies. News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more
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New owners of the Big Pineapple have closed the national icon for renovations, hoping to reopen for Christmas with a new product set to attract more people to the coastal Queensland region.The Bowden family purchased the land earlier this week for an undisclosed amount of money and said they will revamp the Big Pineapple’s operations, planning to add an Australian motor racing exhibit, local media reported.Chris Bowden told ABC News that while the family has plans to renovate the area, they will not be disposing of the 15 metre high Big Pineapple.“The sundaes are going to have to shuffle over but they’re definitely not going away,” Mr Bowden said.“Then in their place is going to be a bunch of really nice old race cars that we’ve collected over the last 30 years.”Sunshine Coast Cultural Heritage Reference Group Chair Councillor Anna Grosskreutz welcomed plans of the transformation, hoping to attract a new kind of tourist to the area.“We definitely need a new tourist attraction on the Sunshine Coast,” Cr Grosskreutz said.“This will bring motoring enthusiasts to the Sunshine Coast.”Initial news of the purchase caused concern for groups who had prepaid visits to the attraction including a group of retirees from Sydney who booked with Flight Centre to travel to the site in the coming weeks.“We have heard unofficially we will get a refund,” Flight Centre spokesperson told local media.Mr Bowden said part of the collection includes the car Dick Johnson drove in Bathurst 1980 when he hit a rock as well as Allan Moffat’s 1969 Coca-Cola 302 Trans-Am Mustang.“It’s by default our greatest marketing tool- there’s yet to be found anyone in Australia who doesn’t know exactly where the Big Pineapple is or at least have a rough idea it’s on the Sunshine Coast, so we’re quite happy to take it on,” Mr Bowden said.“Our current plans move along the lines of giving the site a much needed birthday [party] and restoring it back to something I can recall from my childhood.”Up to twenty people have lost their jobs since the sale, minus a few who were asked to stay on to care for the 10 koalas, dingo, donkey, llamas, owls and other farm animals that have taken up shelter in the area. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J
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