Two dreaded criminals held

first_imgNew Delhi: The Delhi Police on Tuesday said that they have averted a gang war between various gangs in Najafgarh area with the arrest of two criminals. One of the accused also supplied illegal weapons to the gang.Police identified the accused as Suraj (23) and Roop Ram (26). “Accused Roop Ram (weapon supplier)was arrested from his house in Mathura. The other accused was nabbed from Chawla area in Dwarka,” police said. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) Anto Alphonse said that Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesSuraj is a sharpshooter of Nandu gang. He is involved in an attempt to murder case last year wherein he had allegedly shot a man. He was arrested in the case and was lodged in Tihar jail. After releasing on bail, he procured illegal firearms/ammunition and resumed criminal activities. He was tasked to eliminate a rival gang member for which he was planning and coordinating with other gang members but was arrested by the police. Accused Roop Ram procures illegal weapons at low prices from illegal units from Western UP and sells them at higher profits to criminals in Delhi/NCR. Most of the people in his village are indulge in criminal activities and although he has been in the trade of illegal arms for quite some time he was never arrested earlier.last_img read more

Foreign buyer activity in Ontario market about five per cent government says

Foreign buyer activity in Ontario market about five per cent, government says by Allison Jones, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 4, 2017 2:57 pm MDT Last Updated Jul 4, 2017 at 3:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Newly released figures show nearly five per cent of home purchases in Ontario’s Greater Golden Horseshoe region were made by non-residents since the Liberal government announced a foreign buyer tax.The 15 per cent tax is imposed on buyers in that area — stretching from the Niagara Region to Peterborough — who are not citizens, permanent residents or Canadian corporations.Despite the focus on foreign speculators, the government admitted it didn’t have good data on their role in the market, so it also required homebuyers as of April 24 to give information about their residency and citizenship status.The government says today that data collected from April 24 to May 26 show 18,282 residential and agricultural properties were bought or acquired in the Greater Golden Horseshoe region.Of those transactions, it says about 4.7 per cent of the properties were bought or acquired by people who aren’t citizens or permanent residents, and by foreign corporations.The foreign buyer tax was one part of a 16-part housing plan the government introduced as the housing market in the Toronto area and beyond saw year-over-year price increases of over 30 per cent.The Toronto Real Estate Board previously found that 4.9 per cent of transactions in the Greater Toronto Area involved foreign buyers, which it said was a minimal amount and not detrimental to the housing market.In May, home sales in the Greater Toronto Area plunged 20.3 per cent. It may be a sign that the government’s efforts to cool the market are having an effect, though some economists and realtors say any impact could be short-lived.The average selling price for all properties in May was $863,910, up from $752,100 the same month last year, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board, but that was down from $919,614 in April. The number of detached homes sold fell by 26.3 per cent in the GTA year-over year as their average selling price rose 15.6 per cent to $1,141,041.After Vancouver introduced a 15 per cent tax in foreign buyers last August its market cooled, but there are signs it is rebounding.Toronto and Vancouver are both being closely monitored in light of fears that the fallout from a possible crash in prices could have ramifications for the national economy.The Ontario government will update its numbers again in the fall.It is also establishing an expert forum on housing affordability, which will meet Wednesday and continue to do so quarterly.The tax applies to purchases made on or after April 21, though there are exemptions for refugees, foreign nationals under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program, or if the property is jointly purchased with a spouse who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, refugee or exempt under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program.Rebates will be available to people who subsequently get citizenship or permanent resident status, as well as foreign nationals working in Ontario and international students. read more

Football 5 plays that mattered – Ohio State versus Penn State

The Buckeyes take the field for the Penn State game on Oct. 28. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo Editor Watch Lantern TV’s Top 5: Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer posed the question nearly everyone who watched Saturday’s anarchic, comeback victory against Penn State had on their mind.“Wow. What just happened?” he said to open his postgame press conference.What just happened was now-No. 3 Ohio State beat the then-No. 2 team in the country 39-38 despite trailing by double digits nearly the entire game, including an 11-point deficit with 5:37 remaining. Along the way, Ohio State did everything it could to lose the game, continuously shooting itself in the foot. In the end, the Buckeyes found a way to win, and that’s all that matters in sport.There were a number of plays that impacted the storylines of the game, but these are the five that mattered most.Fourth-quarter blocked puntQuarterback J.T. Barrett bent over with his hands and knees on the turf after fumbling with 13:13 left in the game and Ohio State trailing 35-20. Four plays later, the Buckeyes finally created their own luck.Cornerback Denzel Ward, perhaps the team’s fastest player, ran free and blocked a punt at Penn State’s 46-yard line. Redshirt junior linebacker Dante Booker recovered the ball, and Ohio State had a first down at the Penn State 41 instead of starting the drive likely inside its own 20.Barrett threw a touchdown pass to Johnnie Dixon two plays later to cut the deficit to 35-27.Fourth-quarter goal-line standFollowing that touchdown, the Ohio State defense still had to make plays. An impatient Buckeye crowd had to wait until just the last moment for the defense to make its stand.Penn State had first-and-goal at the Buckeyes’ 7-yard line. Quarterback Trace McSorley kept the ball on two straight read options, gaining just three yards. On third down, redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Robert Landers burst through the offensive line to drop running back Saquon Barkley for a 3-yard loss.Penn State ended the drive with a field goal when a touchdown likely would have made slim any chance of a comeback for Ohio State.Sam Hubbard drops BarkleyTrailing 38-33, Ohio State needed its defense to make quick stops — three plays and get the offense back on the field. The first play of Penn State’s drive, defensive end Sam Hubbard blew past the left guard, who shifted over to block Hubbard, and tackled McSorley and Barkley while the handoff was taking place.Hubbard put the Nittany Lions inside their 10-yard line with a 7-yard loss. Penn State punted three plays later with more than three minutes remaining. The hit felt like it energized the entire stadium and set the stage for Barrett’s game-winning drive.Denzel Ward interception overturned for touchdownThis play would be up higher if the outcome was different. Ward appeared to reel in a possible game-changing interception in the end zone, as he battled for the ball with receiver DeAndre Thompkins. However, the replay review showed the ball bounce off Ward and into the hands of Thompkins, resulting in a joint possession which, by rule, favors the offensive player.That score put Penn State up 35-20, and just when Ohio State felt it made a play to alter the course of the game, the catch was a momentary back-breaking play.Game official John O’Neill described the play after the game:“The Penn State receiver had the ball first. He brought the ball down, completed the process of a catch, rolled over at which point the Ohio State defender came down on him.”Saquon Barkley opening touchdownIf there was one clear mismatch heading into the game, it was Ohio State’s kick coverage unit against Heisman front-runner Barkley. In probably the most predictable beginning to the game, Barkley returned the opening kick 97 yards, giving the Nittany Lions an early 7-0 lead that didn’t allow Ohio State to be comfortable at any point in the game. read more

Money and the GAA Its an organisation that does its business very

first_imgAN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE in their ability to attract sponsors or simply a reflection of their status as a prized asset in the GAA?Dublin’s lucrative new sponsorship deal with AIG has prompted plenty debate since it was signed recently.It’s a topic that Michael Moynihan, the author of a new book ‘GAAcomonics: The Secret Life of Money in the GAA’, is familiar with.“The deal feeds nicely into the book and shows the importance of Dublin to the GAA. Their competitiveness is crucial. If Dublin went off the rails, dropped down a division in the league for example, it would be catastrophic for the GAA.“Attendances would suffer and that feeds into broadcast rights. John Trainor of Onside Sponsorship told me that the example he gives to people in England when talking about the GAA is that Dublin’s worth is equivalent to Man United or Liverpool.”If Dublin’s financial situation is rosy, the same cannot be said of some other county boards around the country. Their scenarios is a cause for concern for the GAA.“A lot of people were happy in the book to discuss the issue of county board expenditure”, says Moynihan. “County boards can lose the run of themselves with managers.“It was interesting to discover that a lot of counties don’t set out with budgets at start of year. The downside of that is you don’t know how much you’re going to spend.“I spoke to Paraic Duffy and he broke down county boards into three different categories of about 10 or 11 counties each. You have the wealthy counties like Dublin and Cork who will always have money to spend.“Then you’ve small counties who know they won’t generate big money, so they have the common sense not to lose the run of themselves.“But then there’s 10/11 counties who are a cause for concern in the middle. They are the ones with aspirations to join the elite and they’re putting themsevles under pressure to do that. It’s about trying to balance ambition with reality.”Paraic Duffy.Pic: INPHO/Cathal Noonan And the grassroots of the GAA are not immune to financial pressures either, as evidenced by recent high-profile examples. It was an issue that cropped up for Moynihan when writing the book.“I asked Enda McGuane who was with the Munster Council, about what is the issue that keeps you up at night? He said it’s clubs as they’re coming to us in huge financial straits.“It’s a case of over-ambition in developing facilities. You’re talking about small population bases but the problem is that where are the people to use this fantastic facility?“It was interesting to talk to Tipperary manager Eamonn O’Shea, who is an Economics Professor in NUIG, about the concept of outside managers in clubs. He was pointing out that club can be dazzled by the icon index and get a coach from outside rather than within.“I also found that clubs who have famine periods can often be ones with financial problems. The best guys in the club are sorting that issue instead of the core business of coaching and helping the underage structures. That becomes a vicious cycle.”Eamonn O’SheaPic: INPHO/Morgan Treacy Could the nuclear scenario materialise of clubs having to fold due to financial pressures?“It comes down to trustees in the clubs”, says Moynihan. “They’re the ones whose houses are on the line if it all goes wrong. But there isn’t interest amongst banks to foreclose on clubs.“If the bank is called in, as long as the club are making an effort to keep payments going, the show is kept on the road. It’d be unthinkable really that a club would close and nearly counter productive for a bank given the negative publicity it would cause.“Former GAA President Sean Kelly was talking about these horror stories and he reckons the GAA will eventually have to absorb those losses, which isn’t an ideal scenario.”TicketsIn relation to finance, the GAA often gets plenty flak for ticket prices. The theory that the GAA is a ‘grab all association’ was something Moynihan was aware of.“It’s a circular argument. You can be entitled to complain about ticket prices when you’re going to a miserable venue in March for a league game when the weather conditions are terrible and you can’t get something as basic as a cup of tea.“Against that, the GAA argument is they need to generate that cash to support schemes for kids underage. Tom Ryan the GAA’s Head of Finance told me that it’s a delicate balancing act for them with the prices.“They also are very conscious that they don’t want to get people out of the habit of going to matches.  I’ve kids myself and I know what it’s like when you’ve a family and the cost of going to a match.“But the GAA has a very strong card at all times as they can prove that 86% of money at turnstiles goes back into the GAA. That’s a very difficult argument to overcome and I think people should realise overall that it’s an organisation that does its business very well.”OriginsMoynihan is pleased so far with the reaction to the book. The subject matter is influenced from inside and outside sport.“When I was thinking of writing the book, Soccernomics by Simon Kuper was something I had looked at. Freakanomics was a book I’d have been influenced by as well.“I had also been thinking about a book on the economics of Irish sport but the more I thought about it, the GAA was a perfect fit. You have an organisation which has amateurism as its ethos, depends on volunteers to be it’s bedrock and it also generates a huge amount of money.“It’s gone well and the reaction’s been good so far, I think people realises it’s a different topic to be looked at.”* ‘GAAconomics: The Secret Life of Money In The GAA’ by Michael Moynihan is published by Gill & Macmillan. It is available now in all good bookshops and online*Killybegs to be cheered on by Seamus Coleman as they chase county title6 Talking Points before this weekend’s GAA club actionlast_img read more

Marshall and Trimble given 6 Nations starting roles against Scotland

first_imgIreland (v Scotland): R Kearney, D Kearney, B O’Driscoll, L Marshall, A Trimble; J Sexton, C Murray:  C Healy, R Best, M Ross; D Toner, P O’Connell (Capt.), P O’Mahony, C Henry, J Heaslip.Replacements: S Cronin, J McGrath, M Moore, D Tuohy, T O’Donnell, I Boss, P Jackson, F McFadden. IRELAND COACH JOE Schmidt has handed an international recall to Ulster wing Andrew Trimble for Sunday’s Six Nations opener at home to Scotland.A groin injury to Luke Fitzgerald has paved the way for Trimble’s return to the starting line-up for just the second time since facing South Africa in November 2012.In three changes from the side who faced New Zealand in November Schmidt’s other big selection call is to pick Luke Marshall over Gordon D’Arcy in the centre.As expected, Paul O’Connell captains the side and Chris Henry comes in for the injured Sean O’Brien with Tommy O’Donnell providing back row cover from the bench.Fergus McFadden’s return to fitness allows him take up a place among the replacements with brothers Rob and Dave Kearney completing the back three behind Brian O’Driscoll.As Jonathan Sexton came through last week’s outing for Racing Metro unscathed, he will take the reins at number 10 with Paddy Jackson on the bench alongside Isaac Boss. Schmidt determined to see Ireland meet expectations11 rules for watching the 6 Nations in a crowded publast_img read more

WWEcom selling Braun Strowman storyline injury Strowman sustained serious injuries

first_img Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Google+ Pinterest WWE.com is announcing that Braun Strowman “sustained serious injuries” from the attack by Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin. WWE is obviously selling the storyline on their website. The article says Strowman is “undergoing evaluation by medical personnel to determine the extent of the damage… Stay with WWE.com as more details on Strowman’s condition become available.”The match on RAW was an Elimination Tag Team Match between Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, and Drew McIntyre vs. Braun Strowman, Finn Balor, and Elias. The match ended in a No Contest. Corbin, Lashley and McIntyre did a number on Strowman and “injured his arm”. Strowman was seen bleeding and saying “I cannot feel my hand, I cannot feel my fingers right now.” Which is of course all part of the storyline.Later on RAW, Michael Cole was selling the storyline further by saying that Braun Strowman was diagnosed with a “shattered elbow.”center_img Baron Corbin advances to the Finals of the King of the Ring tournament this Sunday Paul Nemer RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Chad Gable advances to the finals of the King of the Ring to be held on this Monday’s RAW Baron Corbin, Samoa Joe, and Ricochet all advance to the Semifinals of the King of the Ringlast_img read more

PM returns home from Abu Dhabi

first_imgPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina returnes home on Wednesday, 20 February 2019. Photo: UNBPrime minister Sheikh Hasina returned home on Wednesday morning, wrapping up her weeklong visit to Germany and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), reports UNB.A VVIP flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines carrying the prime minister and her entourage landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport around 6:28am.The flight departed Abu Dhabi International Airport for Dhaka at early hours (12:45am, local time) on Wednesday where Mohammad Imran, Bangladesh ambassador to the UAE, saw her off.On 14 February, the prime minister left Dhaka for Germany on her first overseas tour in her third consecutive term in office to attend a security conference in Munich and a defence exhibition in Abu Dhabi.She joined the Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2019 held in Munich, Germany, while the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX-2019) in Abu Dhabi, UAE.During her stay in Munich, Hasina also attended a community reception given by the European Awami League, a dinner programme hosted by president of the World Economic Forum and CEO of Jigsaw Borge Brende Jared Cohen.Besides, president and CEO of the Siemens AG Joe Kaeser, CEO of the Veridos Hans Wolfgang Kunz, executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons Beatrice Fihn, chief prosecutor of the ICC Dr Bensouda, separately met her separately during her stay there.Following the meeting of Siemens CEO with the prime minister, the power division of Bangladesh and Siemens of Germany signed a document for the construction of a 3600MW LNG power plant at Payra in Bangladesh.On Saturday night, Sheikh Hasina left Munich for Abu Dhabi and visited the International Defence Exhibition on Sunday, which was arranged by the UAE.A UAE business delegation, led by its economic minister Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori, met the prime minister on Sunday and expressed interest to expand the UAE business in Bangladesh making investment in various sectors like energy, port and industrial zone, in a newer way.During her stay in Abu Dhabi, Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Sunday signed four memoranda of understanding (MoUs) on establishing port, industrial park, supply and setting up LNG terminal, power plants and a special economic zone in Bangladesh.The government of Dubai and Public Private Partnership (PPP) authority under the Prime Minister’s Office signed the first MoU to set up a port, dry port and industrial park in Bangladesh.The second MoU was signed between Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) and the power, energy and mineral resources ministry of Bangladesh to supply LNG to Bangladesh on a long-term basis and develop a land-based LNG receiving terminal in Payra.The third MoU was signed between Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum and the Power Development Board of Bangladesh (PDB).The fourth MoU was signed between the private office of Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum and Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA).On Monday, Sheikh Hasina had a meeting with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy supreme commander of the UAE Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Nahyan at his Royal Palace.On Tuesday, chairman and managing director of Lulu Group Yusuff Ali and Founder and Chairman of NMC Dr B R Shetty called on the prime minister at her hotel suite in Abu Dhabi.During the meetings, the two UAE business giant, Lulu Group International and NMC, expressed their keen interests to make their investment in different sectors of Bangladesh, including healthcare, shopping mall, hotel and tourism sectors.last_img read more

UN expert says KSA must make Khashoggi trials public

first_imgJamal Khashoggi File PhotoA UN human rights expert said Thursday that Saudi Arabia needed to hold public trials for those accused of murdering journalist Jamal Khashoggi in order for the process to be credible.”Contrary to Saudi Arabia assertions, these are not internal, domestic matters,” said Agnes Callamard, the United Nations special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions.The kingdom “is grievously mistaken if it believes that these proceedings, as currently constituted, will satisfy the international community,” she added in a statement.Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor and critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October.Riyadh initially said it had no knowledge of his fate, but later blamed the murder on rogue agents.The public prosecutor in the Saudi capital has charged 11 people over his murder and the government has rejected calls for an independent international investigation.Callamard is conducting what she has described as “an independent human rights inquiry” into Khashoggi’s death.She has previously stated that the killing was “planned and perpetrated” by Saudi officials, but her probe was not established by a United Nations resolution and it does not carry the weight of a formal inquiry.UN special rapporteurs are also independent and do not speak for the world body.Callamard on Thursday issued a set of recommendations to make the Saudi-led process more credible.They include making public the names of the accused and charges against them as well as publicising all trial proceedings and the evidence presented.Callamard also called on international monitors to be allowed at the trial and full transparency regarding any efforts to locate Khashoggi’s remains.”The rights of the victim and his family are at stake, but so too are the rights of other states under international treaties and law,” she added.Saudi officials have previously said they were insulted by calls for international supervision of the Khashoggi case, dismissing them as unfair attacks on the integrity of its judicial system.last_img read more

Lea Gilmore in Concert

first_imgLea Gilmore, Baltimore’s own Empress of Jazz, gospel and blues will be in concert, 8 p.m., March 7 at Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, 6200 N. Charles Street in Baltimore.Gilmore has been named by Essence as one of “25 Women Shaping the World,” and regularly performs to sold-out audiences around the world. Her new album, Classically Blue: Lea Gilmore Live at the Eubie Blake Center has just been released on CD. She is accompanied by her band Classically Blue (Derrick Thompson, piano; Mitchell Coates, bass; Jesse “Jay” Moody III, drums).For ticket information and more, visit  commongroundonthehill.org/Baltimore_concert_series.html.last_img

Study shows Massive Open Online Courses used mostly by wealthier people

first_img(Phys.org)—A pair of researchers looking into whether Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are helping to bridge the disparity gap in education access in the U.S. has found that those who take the courses tend to be from wealthier neighborhoods. In their paper published in the journal Science, John Hansen, with Harvard University and Justin Reich, with MIT describe their research efforts and why they came to believe that MOOCs are not the remedy to educational disparity that many had hoped. 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. The content is provided for information purposes only. Two stylized representations of the possible effects of a technological innovation on educational outcomes for students from high- and low-socioeconomic backgrounds are shown. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec. 4, 2015, issue of Science, published by AAAS. The paper, by J.D. Hansen at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, and colleagues was titled, “Democratizing education? Examining access and usage patterns in massive open online courses.” Credit: John Hansen and Justin Reich More information: J. D. Hansen et al. Democratizing education? Examining access and usage patterns in massive open online courses, Science (2015). DOI: 10.1126/science.aab3782AbstractMassive open online courses (MOOCs) are often characterized as remedies to educational disparities related to social class. Using data from 68 MOOCs offered by Harvard and MIT between 2012 and 2014, we found that course participants from the United States tended to live in more-affluent and better-educated neighborhoods than the average U.S. resident. Among those who did register for courses, students with greater socioeconomic resources were more likely to earn a certificate. Furthermore, these differences in MOOC access and completion were larger for adolescents and young adults, the traditional ages where people find on-ramps into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) coursework and careers. Our findings raise concerns that MOOCs and similar approaches to online learning can exacerbate rather than reduce disparities in educational outcomes related to socioeconomic status. The study suggests that there are obstacles that prevent students from less wealthy neighborhoods from accessing free online education and presumably the better economic opportunities that would follow were those obstacles to be removed. Citation: Study shows Massive Open Online Courses used mostly by wealthier people (2015, December 4) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-12-massive-online-courses-wealthier-people.html Neighborhood income for US Harvard/MIT MOOC participants compared to general US population. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec. 4, 2015, issue of Science, published by AAAS. The paper, by J.D. Hansen at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, and colleagues was titled, “Democratizing education? Examining access and usage patterns in massive open online courses.” Credit: John Hansen and Justin Reichcenter_img © 2015 Phys.org Massive open online courses haven’t lived up to the hopes and the hype, professors say Access to a high quality education is not guaranteed in the U.S. People who live in poorer neighborhoods tend to live in less well funded schools with lower success rates. Over the years some have espoused technological advances as the key to leveling the playing field—some believed radio could change things by offering educational programming, others believed television would help, offering even more programming such as that provided by PBS. Unfortunately, such hopes have not been realized as the disparity gap in education has only grown wider between people living in rich neighborhoods versus those living in poor neighborhoods. More recently, some have suggested that the Internet might finally provide the path to change—universities such as Harvard and MIT began offering free courses online, which over time have come to be known as MOOCs. But now, Hansen and Reich have found that the majority of young people taking advantage of such coursework are kids living in wealthy neighborhoods, suggesting that instead of shrinking the disparity gap, they are actually making it wider.To come to these conclusions, the research pair obtained data on 68 students enrolled in MOOCs offered by Harvard and MIT covering the years 2012 to 2014, which included student addresses. Those addresses when compared with census data allowed the researchers to identify the average wealth and education level of adults in the neighborhoods where the students lived. The researchers looked at both registration and completion rates of the student enrollees, and found that the people using MOOCs to further their education were primarily from wealthier neighborhoods, thus it was no surprise that most of those that completed the courses and received a certificate, were also from those same wealthy neighborhoods. Journal information: Science Explore furtherlast_img read more

KVICs initiative to promote pottery industry

first_imgFor the villagers of many sleepy hamlets of Uttar Pradesh, it was a festival on Wednesday at this tinsel village of Shamli district.Under its ambitious ‘Kumhaar Sashaktikaran Yojana’ and ‘Honey Mission’ projects, the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) distributed 60 electric potter wheels and 1,000 bee-boxes among the villagers of Hathras, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Meerut, Bagpat, Amroha, Ghaziabad, Saharanpur and Shamli districts at Choudhary Charan Singh Multi-disciplinary Training Centre (MTDC) here. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfKVIC Chairman Vinai Kumar Saxena, who was the chief guest of this function, said that these electric potter wheels are the booster of strength to the potters. “It will not only reduce their labour but with these electric potter wheels – they will make the best quality of utensils and terracotta in minimum time,” he said, adding, “In consonance with the changed demand from the perspective customers with support of technological back up by providing the modernised machines / tools and equipments to the existing potters, we have taken initiatives to promote the pottery industry. After proper training under skill upgradation programme by the KVIC, these new design intervention and supply of modernised machines, tools and equipment in pottery making will enable to bring out the new terra-cotta products in the market by the potters, who are so far making pottery through hand driven traditional methods – incidentally high-labour intensive and less cost-effective.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveSaxena further said that it would not only give direct employment to 90 people and indirect employment to 15 people but also enhance per day income of a potter from Rs 100 to at least Rs 400. In the programme, the KVIC Chairman gave one electric potter wheels, one set of a pug mill, one set of blunger and one set of gas fired kiln to each group of 10 potters in altogether 60 beneficiaries. While the electric potter wheel on which the potter can work 12 to 16 hours a day – is useful for bringing the new designs and reducing the drudgery having variable RPM of 0 to 180, the blunger can process 400 to 500 kilograms of raw clay in mere 8 hours. Similarly, while the pugmill is used for pugging and homogenous clay mixing and would process 500-800 kilograms clay per hour, the all-weather and less pollutant gas kiln is useful for baking the green articles of 50 to 60 kilograms per day with temperature up to 1100 degree centigrade. Following the clarion call given by the Prime Minister, who has always laid stress on the need of ‘Sweet Kranti’ on the lines of ‘Shwet Kranti’, KVIC Chairman also distributed 1,000 bee-boxes among 100 scheduled caste farmers of Shamli and neighbouring districts, identified by the KVIC. “It will not only ensure an additional annual income of to the farmers’ families but would also increase the yield of their crops due to the cross-pollination,” he said, adding, “KVIC has planned to adopt two-three villages in each district of India as ‘Honey Villages’.” Later, the KVIC Chairman also planted more than 500 saplings of medicinal plants of Moringa and Tulsi. Among others, who attended this function were Satya Narayana, Deputy CEO (North Zone) and Madhusudan Chouhan, Principal MTDC.last_img read more

adventureeventsGreat Canadian TrailsWorld Expediti

first_imgadventureeventsGreat Canadian TrailsWorld Expeditions Canada celebrates its 150th birthday this year so it’s hardly surprising that Lonely Planet has declared the country the top destination for 2017, as this already popular destination prepares for a surge in eager visitors!If you want to learn more about Canada, and celebrate Canada – join Great Canadian Trails expert, Keri May, and discover more about the excitement of finalising the last sections of the world’s longest network of recreational trails – the Trans Canada Trail, at World Expeditions’ FREE events next week. Sydney – 28 February 2017Melbourne – 1 March 2017Brisbane – 2 March 2017Enjoy tasty Canadian treats, be inspired by Canadian landscapes and maybe win a lucky door prize! Canada boasts 47 National Parks and Reserves, dozens of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Biosphere Reserves, hundreds of thousands of lakes, a handful of stunning mountain ranges and the longest coastline in the world and World Expeditions’ 29 adventures there are a great way to see some of its most scenically stunning regions.IMAGE: Idyllic much? Cycle lakeside on beautiful Prince Edward Islandlast_img read more

Petersons best camp ever On Wednesday Palmer sa

first_imgPeterson’s best camp ever?On Wednesday, Palmer said he felt Patrick Peterson was having his best training camp since the QB arrived in 2013.Thursday, head coach Bruce Arians agreed with Palmer’s assessment.“He’s in fantastic condition,” Arians said. “When John Brown is out there and J.J. (Nelson), that’s a lot of speed to work against and he also got some big guys to work against. He’s more than holding his own.”The coach surmised a big part of Peterson’s motivation comes from wanting to be the best corner to ever play the game, which Arians said he has a chance to be.Peterson said he feels pretty good, but added any sense of him being at the top of his game comes from his growth as a player.“I think everything’s just clicking now,” he said. “Going into year seven, pretty much seen it all — been there, done that. I’m just all about continue perfecting my skill and getting better as I get older.”The 27-year-old has established himself as one of the premier cornerbacks in the game, and with 20 career interceptions and six Pro Bowl appearances already under his belt, few would doubt his place among the game’s elite. Your browser does not support the audio element. LISTEN: Patrick Peterson Nkemdiche’s progress is realThere had been talk about Robert Nkemdiche’s improvement, but it was only words until he could prove it on the field.Then, last week against the Dallas Cowboys, the second-year defensive lineman showed glimpses of what he could do when playing at a high level.These days, Nkemdiche — whose rookie year was a wash, at best — finds himself receiving reps with the first-team defense. That does not make him a starter (and really, it doesn’t matter who starts games), but it does show the team is starting to believe that he has turned a corner.“I think, number one, you see a 180 in terms of preparation like a pro,” Bettcher said of the defensive lineman. “Whether that’s taking care of his body, whether that’s in the meeting room, whether that’s probably outside the building, taking care of what he needs to take care of; because he is very physically gifted and talented, there’s no denying that. We see flashes of it.“Right now, we’re looking just for a level of consistency — a day in, day out approach, a day-in, day-out execution level.”Bettcher credits defensive line coach Brentson Buckner and pass rush specialist Tom Pratt for much of the young player’s growth. Cornerbacks Patrick Peterson and Justin Bethel laugh during a training camp practice Aug. 1. (Photo by Adam Green/Arizona Sports) Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Or his standing on the Cardinals’ roster.“Pat’s done such a great job with the leadership,” defensive coordinator James Bettcher said. “In the locker room, in the meeting room.“But when you see him practice on the field, his leadership on the field is just his actions; the way he’s practiced, the energy and effort he’s practiced with. But he’s having an outstanding camp, there’s no question.”Bettcher feels Peterson is the best cornerback in the game, a rare player who can cover the opponent’s best receiver all over the field every week while being successful in doing so.Peterson has never been shy about expressing confidence in himself, but said he will not allow himself to get complacent because when that happens, bad things follow.He understands much of the team’s chances of success rest on his ability to consistently play at a high level, and the pressure that comes with that is something he relishes.“If you want to be remembered and if you want to be somewhere that you can be forever, which is Canton, those are things that I can control and I want to make sure I continue to do that to continue building up that resume.” Top Stories Follow Adam Green on Twitter 8 Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Cardinals held their final practice of the week before preseason game No. 2, which will be Saturday at home against the Oakland Raiders.The players were in shells, so the session was not necessarily as spirited as other practices and certainly involved less contact. Still, the Cardinals got some good work in, albeit with a handful of key players not taking part.Notable– With Carson Palmer getting another day off, Drew Stanton once again worked as the first-team QB. – Karlos Dansby joined Deone Bucannon in not practicing, which meant the starting linebackers were Haason Reddick and Scooby Wright.– J.J. Nelson came down with a diving catch of a deep Stanton pass early on in 11-on-11.– Stanton had his share of connections with Larry Fitzgerald — who is still good, by the way — while also finding Jaron Brown for a touchdown in red zone work.– Blaine Gabbert connected with Krishawn Hogan for some nice plays, while also finding Chris Johnson for a touchdown in red zone. Overall, the quarterback was once again fairly sharp on the day.– It was clear how receiver Carlton Agudosi’s 6-foot-6 frame could come in handy, with him having a chance to catch multiple contested passes.Injury updateCouldn’t really tell what happened, but both Agudosi and lineman Daniel Munyer left before practice ended (at separate times). The receiver was taken off on a cart, whereas Munyer walked off with trainer.Otherwise, Palmer had the day off following what was a scheduled and announced day off Wednesday, while WR Chad Williams (shin splints), CB Rudy Ford (hamstring), WR Aaron Dobson (hamstring), LB Jarvis Jones (back), OL D.J. Humphries (hamstring), $ LB Deone Bucannon (ankle) and LB Philip Wheeler were all held out of action. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

Leaked church minutes over defrocked priest linked to succession game says bishop

first_imgThe minutes of a 2015 meeting of the Holy Synod on whether a priest who had served a prison sentence for the sexual assault of a girl he had fostered should be defrocked were leaked because of power games within the church over who the next archbishop will be, said one of the bishops at the centre of the row.Elena Frantzi, 34, was found dead in her home last month after her foster father – Father Stylianos, a priest in Ergates village in the Nicosia district – had been reinstated as a priest after serving 18 months for sexually harassing her.Bishop Nikiforos of Kykkos and Tylliria, Nikiforos said that the way the leaked minutes had been reported by the media made him look like he was defending Sylianos when that was not the case.At the meeting of the Holy Synod on Wednesday where the decision to defrock Stylianos was taken in the wake of the uproar surrounding Frantzi’s death, Nikiforos gave the rest of the bishops a letter complaining about the leakage and calling for a probe into who was behind it.Nikiforos was reported as saying during the 2015 meeting that the offence for which the priest had been sentenced was not adultery, or prostitution but physical contact without intercourse and that they ought to look into what the church rules provided for that.In his letter this week Nikiforos said his position had been distorted to make it appear that he wanted to cover up for Stylianos. He added that the reports did not mention that he had also suggested that Stylianos’ offence should be punishable by defrocking, citing regulations of ecumenical councils.“Adding to my sorrow was my feeling that instead of being responsible clergy preparing the people of God for Holy Week and Easter we appeared to be deliberately covering up the immoral acts of a priest,” Nikiforos said in the letter.Speaking to Sigmalive, Nikiforos said he believed the leakage was linked to Bishop Isaias of Tamassos’ bid for the role of archbishop.Stylianos was serving under Isaias.“They know I am the spiritual father of Bishop Isaias of Tamassos, who is an educated man with depth and fruitful ecclesiastical, cultural, social and national action. By harming Nikoforos, they take away from Isaias a strong backing,” Nikoforos said.He said that he is not interested in the archbishop’s throne himself and that he believes the other bishops know this.“With my health issues I might die earlier than his Holiness,” he said, adding that taking into account his bad experience with previous elections, “even if I were younger and healthier I would still not be interested”.He added that what interests him, ‘is my name, my honour, not to be tarnished’.Nikoforos ran against Archbishop Chrysostomos II – then the Bishop of Paphos – and Bishop Athanasios of Limassol in the archepiscopal elections of 2006. Following an eventful race Chrysostomos was initially elected as locum tenens, and later became the new archbishop.You May LikeSilentSnoreAnti-Snoring Device Everybody in United States Is Talking AboutSilentSnoreUndoViralScapeRight Before They Died, These Famous People Had One Last Thing To Say…ViralScapeUndoTherapy JokerAt 69, Jeff Bridges And His Partner Are Still TogetherTherapy JokerUndo Four dead in California garlic festival shootingUndoFilms and food at RialtoUndoVerstappen wins crazy German Grand PrixUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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said the different committees of the house also conducted 30 public hearings during the period. The bills the Speaker said include 15 private member bills out of 41 presented and 14 executive bills with about 37 others currently at different legislative stages “This modest effort brings to 26 the total number of laws passed so far by the 6th assembly We have been able to achieve this much because we have corporately committed ourselves to accelerating legislative actions on our bills and motions “In the last 3 years for instance standing and ad hoc committees of this honourable house have conducted at least 30 public hearings on private member and executive bills the highest so far in the history of the assembly” he said These events Luke said had attracted informed inputs into the bills and centred the laws around the actual needs of the people while meeting the long term development goals of the state as well as the short term ambitions of government Narrating their achievements Luke said “we have passed bills to fast-track economic development and to diffuse the dividends of democracy directly to the masses We have passed bills to strengthen local government administration in the state; bills to hasten the dispensation of justice; bills to fortify the state’s education system particularly at the tertiary level; bills to boost the revenue base of Akwa Ibom “Bills to meet the social health and infrastructural needs of the people environmental protection laws and only recently we passed into law the bill to create and regulate job opportunities for Akwa Ibom people in corporate organizations in the state Today we have passed into law the Akwa Ibom State Violence Against Persons Prohibition Bill 2018 “With 35 motions and more than 120 house resolutions standing to the credit of the current assembly this house has been steadily making interventions and defending the interest of Akwa Ibom people We have held public hearings and openly treated petitions to the house by our constituents; we have engaged in rigorous oversight tasks with the view to oiling the wheels of government for optimal performance “In recognition of security as a defining pillar in the development dynamics of every society this House during this legislative year played key interventionist role to ensure the safety of lives and property in some crises areas of the state We are for instance putting plans in place to organise the first ever legislative-security summit by this house to brace up the state’s security architecture We are already in talks with partner security agencies in this regard” The Speaker who commended the commitment of members and reminded them of the onerous task awaiting them in the next 11 months which would be critical to the success of the current administration and the take off of a new one “We must be ready to engage in productive partnership with institutions in order to consolidate fully on our 3–year achievements This relationship will prove even more useful as they will help the next assembly hit the ground running Also we must consolidate our efforts in the key mandate area of lawmaking There is need for the solidification of existing sound policies of government “We will be giving legislative leverage to provably productive policies of the current administration This will no doubt improve the functionality of those policies when they are put into full throttle in the second term of the administration Policies within agriculture manufacturing as well as trade and investment subsectors will be considered for sustenance through the instrumentality of the law” Luke concluded transferring transportation-related budget items from the general fund directly to transportation,U. Click here to view in Google Street View. the Publishers of Daily Times urged the CJN to treat the matter as urgent in order to. read more

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