Rabat – Interior Minister Mohamed Hassad announced, on Wednesday in Rabat, that the huge anti-drug efforts made by Morocco will enable it, in the short run, to reduce cannabis cultivated areas to less than 30,000 ha, with a complete eradication in prospect.“Our goal, in the short run, is to reduce these surface areas to less than 30,000 cultivated hectares,” said Hassad at a joint press conference with communication minister, government spokesperson Mustapha El Khalfi and minister delegate for the Interior Charki Drais.Morocco has always dealt with the issue of cannabis cultivation with transparency and resolve, away from any useless bidding, said the minister in response to statements by some Algerian officials on anti-drug fight. He added that Morocco has adopted a voluntary approach with the United Nations Office against Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to progressively reduce the cultivation and trafficking of cannabis, saying that a joint investigation with the UN body enabled to assess the cultivated areas to 134,000 ha, an area that have being reduced to 47,000 ha, that is a decease of 65%.He pointed out that the fight against the networks of drug trafficking led to the seizure, during the first six months of 2014, of over 100 tons of Chira and the dismantling of 98 trafficking networks.
“He urges all sides to respect the rules governing the status of IDPs and refugees and to allow safe passage to anyone attempting to leave areas of active military operations,” Mr. Ban’s spokesperson, Stéphane Dujarric, told reporters in New York.“This tragic incident makes the urgency of a ceasefire and a diplomatic solution even more stark,” Mr. Dujarric added. According to media reports, the Ukrainian military says many people, including women and children, died when rockets and mortars hit vehicles during today’s attack.The Secretary-General has repeatedly called for a peaceful resolution of the ongoing crisis in eastern Ukraine and emphasized the need for progress in implementing the peace plan announced by President Petro Poroshenko in June that involves proposals for decentralizing power, holding early elections, and creating a buffer zone on the Ukrainian-Russian border.Mr. Dujarric added that, in continuation of his good offices, Mr. Ban has asked Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman to return to the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, this week.
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New ASX listing requirements could have significant impact on junior explorers according to a recent report from S&P Global Market Intelligence. Research finds that 212 ASX-listed companies would not meet newly proposed thresholds.Recently proposed changes to listing requirements for companies on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) have the potential to significantly affect the junior mining sector in Australia according to S&P Global Market Intelligence’s latest DataWatch report. Although the changes are focused on initial public offerings and back-door listings, at least 212 ASX-listed junior miners would currently fail the revised “assets test” criteria.As currently proposed, the new listing requirements pertaining to those entities applying under the “assets test” include increasing the minimum financial thresholds (net tangible assets greater than A$5 million or market cap greater than A$20 million) and having audited financial reports for the past three years. In addition, new listings would be required to have a larger free float (20%, up from 10%) and a different shareholder spread (100 shareholders each with at least A$5,000 in shares).Based on the most recently reported net tangible assets and a market capitalization as of June 3, there are 212 ASX-listed companies that would not meet either of the newly proposed thresholds. Among these, 27 have a market capitalization of A$10 million to A$20 million, 55 have net tangible assets of A$3 million to A$5 million, and eight fall between the current and proposed figures in both categories. A total of 138 companies on the list also fail to meet the current assets test criteria (market capitalization less than A$10 million or net tangible assets below A$3 million).Juniors such as Explaurum Ltd and Canyon Resources Ltd find themselves in the unique position of falling just short of both the new market capitalization requirements and the new tangible asset requirements. Explaurum reported tangible assets of A$4.7 million at the end of the December 2015 quarter and had a market value of A$15.4 million, while at the end of May, Canyon Resources reported A$4.4 million in tangible assets and a value of A$19.4 million.
Updated: 10:30 PM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings Sasha Foo, Ed Lenderman Opening statements begin for Rebecca Zahau wrongful death lawsuit Posted: February 28, 2018 Sasha Foo, Ed Lenderman, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A woman who authorities said committed suicide by hanging herself at her millionaire boyfriend’s Coronado mansion in 2011 was actually attacked and killed by her boyfriend’s younger brother, a plaintiff’s attorney alleged Wednesday but an attorney for the defendant said there was no evidence that his client had anything to do with the death of Rebecca Zahau.Opening statements were delivered in trial of a lawsuit filed by the mother and older sister of Zahau, alleging that Adam Shacknai, the brother of Arizona pharmaceuticals tycoon Jonah Shacknai, confronted the victim a day after Jonah Shacknai’s 6-year-old son Max fell from a second-story landing at the mansion and was critically injured. The boy died five days later.The attorney for the plaintiffs, Keith Greer, allege that Adam Shacknai delivered four blows to the head of Zahau, rendering her partially or fully unconscious.Adam Shacknai, 54, then bound Zahau’s hands and feet, put a noose around her neck, and threw her naked body off a second-story balcony, Greer alleged.Greer said Zahau’s mother and older sister should be awarded unspecified monetary damages for loss of companionship and emotional support.Dan Webb, the lead attorney for Adam Shacknai, told the jury that the plaintiffs would not be able to prove their case.Webb said only Rebecca Zahau’s fingerprints were on the ropes that bound her.“Adam never harmed anybody in his life,” Webb said.Webb said Adam Shacknai was staying in a guest house at the mansion and discovered Zahau’s body hanging from the balcony about 6:45 a.m. on July 13, 2011.Adam Shacknai called 911 and cut the victim down, Webb told the jury.The attorney said four law enforcement agencies investigated the death for two months and determined that Zahau committed suicide. February 28, 2018
Indeed, most cuddling service websites stipulate that their cuddlers must undergo background checks before they are hired, and require customers to submit contracts agreeing to company rules. (WSVN) – It’s a job that pays as much as $80 an hour, and it comes with an interesting title: professional cuddler.The “cuddle-for-hire” business is growing throughout the country, Fox News reports. Multiple companies have popped up to offer the service, with websites that provide cuddling on-demand in all 50 states, including Cuddle Comfort, The Snuggle Buddies, Cuddlist, and Cuddle Time.One company in Los Angeles, called the Cuddle Sanctuary, says they offer both one-on-one cuddle sessions as well as group workshops. Their clients say they may have started as skeptics, but are now believers.“I thought that in order to go somewhere to pay and get touched means your desperate and unattractive,” one woman told Fox 11. But after experiencing a cuddling session, she had a change of heart. “I felt more joy, and I felt more connected.”Another customer said he had similar misgivings at first, but has since warmed up to the service.“I came and at first thought, ‘This is really weird, I’m not telling anybody I’m doing it,’” he recalled. He said he decided to give cuddling a try after his wife passed away, and he felt lonely. “I really just wanted a nice touch.”Jean Franzblau, founder of the Cuddle Sanctuary, said the sessions are purely platonic, and professional cuddlers have to undergo certification programs before they can work. Video courtesy: Fox 11 L.A.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Oren KatzeffCondé Nast announced this week that Oren Katzeff was tapped as the new president of the company’s video production and distribution studio Condé Nast Entertainment, starting Dec. 17. Reporting to CEO Bob Sauerberg, he will be based in New York and will be tasked with overseeing all of the 5,000 annually produced videos on the company’s digital, social, virtual reality, and OTT channels, in addition to growing its film and television production slate. Most recently, Katzeff served as global head of programming for Tastemade, a food and travel related video network, where he worked to establish an active monthly viewership of over 250 million, grew the company’s video views to more than three billion UVs, and launched the brand’s first 24/7 linear channel on YouTube TV. Prior to this, Katzeff has also held senior and executive roles at ZEFR, Demand Entertainment, and Yahoo! Media. Katzeff fills a role vacated by Dawn Ostroff, who left Condé Nast in June to become chief content officer at Spotify. Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move…Melissa StromeMeredith Corp. has added two directors to its Luxury Group in an effort to bolster its sales team this week. Melissa Strome was appointed as the automotive and finance director, and Maria Eliason is the new fashion director, both effective immediately. Strome joins the company from Active Interest Media where she served as the publisher of Yoga Journal and was tasked with leading sales and marketing initiatives across all of the brand’s platforms. She also was responsible for the launch of several brand extensions, including the Live Be Yoga Tour. Eliason was most recently with the New York Times where she was tasked with growing the fashion, luxury, and retail digital advertising categories as the advertising director, and prior to that held senior roles at Vanity Fair, InStyle and the Daily Beast.Gillian B. WhiteThe Atlantic has promoted senior editor Gillian B. White to deputy editor of TheAtlantic.com. White will share that role with Swati Sharma, who arrived from the Washington Post in January, with both reporting to TheAtlantic.com editor Adrienne LaFrance. White, who has been with The Atlantic since 2014, will also continue to serve as a moderator at the brand’s live events.Hanley Wood’s Metrostudy, a database for market information in the housing and residential construction industry, hired Matt Brown as its director of business development to support the Southern California market. Brown will be tasked with working collaboratively with director of business development Catherine LaFemina and regional director John Mulville to optimize growth opportunities. He joins Hanley Wood from Meyers Research where he served as regional sales director.Shalini SharmaShalini Sharma was tapped as the first head of video for Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global. Sharma comes from Fast Company where she spent five years leading video and partnerships, and prior to that, she worked at ABC News and at NBC’s the “Today” show. “We are expanding our video business and we are very lucky to have Shalini, who is a kind of triple threat in video having worked in TV for networks and cable and now in digital-first,” Huffington said in a statement reported by The Wrap. Following shortly after last month’s appointment of Jim Kirk to publisher and executive editor of Crain’s Chicago Business, editor Michael Arndt announced his resignation from the company, effective Nov. 30, after six years in his current role and eight years overall at Crain’s. “I do have a real job plan, but I can’t share it with you just yet,” Arndt said in an email to his staff. Arndt had been promoted by Kirk in 2012 during Kirk’s first run at the company when he served as the chief of editorial operations. According to Chicago media reporter Robert Feder’s blog, it isn’t certain at this time if the editor role will be filled, but in the meantime, Kirk and managing editor Ann Dwyer will have oversight of the newsroom. Kevin Riley was tapped as Climbing Magazine’s associate publisher, returning to Active Interest Media and the Climbing brand after five years. He most recently co-founded the Denver-based nonprofit First Ascenders, but prior to that, Riley served as associate publisher for both the Climbing and Urban Climbing titles at Skram Media since 2007, until it was acquired by AIM in 2010, and then served in the same capacity with the publishing company until leaving in 2013.As associate publisher, Riley will be tasked with applying his dozen-plus years of experience in ad sales to bolster the magazine’s place in the climbing enthusiast space, as well as use his talents as a podcast host to work on the newly launched Climbing brand’s “Basecamp” podcast. He began this role on Nov. 14. Pete CashmoreCEO and founder of Mashable Pete Cashmore announced that he is stepping down from his leadership roles and will depart the company at the end of the year. According to his Twitter and LinkedIn bios, he will be “taking some time off and working on something new.” “We’re grateful for his vision and thank him for the critical role he played during a time of transition. The Mashable brand is thriving under SVP and editor-in-chief Jessica Coen, and I’m confident in our continued success,” said Mike Finnerty, general manager of Ziff Davis Tech—which acquired the website at the end of 2017—in a statement reported by The Drum.Alexa Weibel is leaving her post as senior food editor at Rachael Ray Every Day to take on the role of senior staff editor at the New York Times’ NYT Cooking. While at the magazine, she was responsible for writing and editing stories, assigning and developing recipes, working closely with the test kitchen, and producing content about cooking for the magazine’s social media channels. In her new role, Weibel will be tasked with assigning and editing recipes, assisting with the creation of cooking guides, working on special projects, and helping to grow the site and the app by working with recipe developers to generate new and better recipes. She begins her new role on Nov. 26 and will report directly to deputy food editor Emily Weinstein. Kevin LoriaKevin Loria is joining Consumer Reports as a senior writer tasked with covering health topics. Loria was most recently at Business Insider where he served as a reporter for Tech Insider and as a health and science writer covering a wide range of topics from climate change to infectious disease. NextGov’s senior cybersecurity reporter Joseph Marks is joining the Washington Post. In his current position, Marks is tasked with covering issues including privacy, government cyber authorities, Russian hacking battles, and encryption and will use this experience to to lead Post’s newsletter, The Cybersecurity 202. He begins this new role on Dec. 3. Technology reporter Ali Breland is leaving The Hill for Mother Jones where he will serve as a disinformation reporter.
Comments The Audiophiliac Share your voice The Revel Concerta2 M16 speakers Revel I know more than a few audiophiles and mastering engineers who love Revel speakers. That kind of loyalty is pretty rare, but hardly unique to Revel: Bowers & Wilkins and ProAc speakers also have cred with professionals and audiophiles. This much I know for sure, the Revel Concerta2 M16 sound is so pure it lets me focus on the music. It’s a two-way, stand mount design with a 6.5 inch (165mm) Micro-Ceramic Composite (MCC) woofer, and a 1 inch (28mm) aluminum dome tweeter that shares tech used in Revel’s high-end Proforma3 speakers’ tweeters. There’s a large bass port on the M16’s backside, along with sturdy speaker cable binding posts. The impedance is 6 ohms. The curved side panel cabinet is impeccably finished in automotive black or white gloss paint. The M16 measures 14.75 x 8.6 x 10.76 inches (37cm x 22cm x 27cm), the cloth grilles attach via hidden magnets, nice.The M16 runs $900 a pair in the US, £1,000 in the UK and AU$1,599 in Australia. ListeningThe Beastie Boys mostly instrumental album The In Sound From Way Out put the M16 through its paces, especially Shambala with its chorus of chanting monks. The dense funk mixes never sounded less than clear over the M16s. The sound was controlled and accurate: There was no edge on the treble, no slop in the bass. The M16 knows where it’s going.Brian Eno’s Ambient 4: On Land album unfurled a cloud of low moaning, droning and churning sounds that wafted through my living room. The M16s vanished as sound sources, which is after all the elusive goal of any great speaker. With the Sinatra & Strings album Frank’s vocals were very warm, and a little too chesty. I usually find this album too lean, but here on the M16s the tonal balance was too rich for my taste. One thing’s for sure, the M16 will never “shout” at you. It’s too refined for that. The M16 doesn’t have the “jump” factor of the more dynamically alive Klipsch RP 600M speakers. They’re opposites in that regard. The RP 600M wins on excitement; it’s a lot more alive sounding speaker. But the M16 is more accurate. I love the M16’s tweeter. The treble is so pure, the tweeter never draws attention to itself. I hear a lot of “air” and spaciousness, especially on live recordings. Even harsh recordings are easy to listen to over the M16. The tweeter is very forgiving. As an aside, in 2016 when I reviewed the Revel F36 tower speaker the sound was bright, but the M16 is definitely not.The KEF LS50 speaker is a little more transparent, but the M16’s sweet and gentle tone is more enticing. There’s more midbass fullness with the M16. It is a bigger speaker, and it sounds like one. The M16s projected a much larger sound than the LS50. I can’t imagine most two-channel users will feel a need to add a subwoofer.I started working on a review of the Wharfedale Linton speakers ($1,198 a pair) just as I was finishing with the M16s. The Linton is a bigger and brawnier design. The sound was livelier and more energetic. The M16 was a more relaxed sounding speaker. They have two very different personalities, but as much as I like the Linton I doubt it’ll find favor with too many mastering engineers — it’s not as smooth an operator as the Revel Concerta2 M16. Tags 2 Speakers Home Entertainment
Sarah Tew/CNET TCL pretty much owns the value-TV market right now, and with good reason: The company’s 4-Series and 6-Series models offer incredible bang for the buck. (That’s according to CNET’s resident TV expert David Katzmaier, though he’d be the first to say you should spend extra on the 6 Series.)So if you’re in the market for a big, big TV with an affordable price, look no further: Walmart has the 65-inch TCL 65S421 4 Series Roku TV for $448. That’s the lowest I’ve seen it; it normally runs at least $150 higher, and the last time I shared this deal, it was $498.See it at WalmartIf you’re into model numbers, you’ll note that this is an S421, not the more commonly seen S425. (The latter is also what CNET reviewed.) What’s the difference between them?I haven’t had much luck tracking down an answer. It might be a slight difference in the remote (no voice controls here, alas, unless you use the Roku app) or just a model number that’s exclusive to Walmart (where it has a 4.4-star review average, FYI).Whatever the case, if you’re thinking you’d prefer the S425, that model is available from Best Buy for $500. (Review average there: 4.7 stars.) The bottom line is that the 65-inch TCL 4 Series frequently goes on sale these days, so don’t pay more than $500 for it.Correction at 9:15 a.m. PT: Fixes a typo in a reference to the price. Tags TCL’s cheap Roku TVs are the go-to choice for tight budgets The Cheapskate TVs Now playing: Watch this: CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! Comments 7 Share your voice Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. 1:59 Walmart Roku TCL
Agriculture Minister Abdur RazzaquePrime minister Sheikh Hasina is worried about the declining prices of paddy across Bangladesh, agriculture minister Abdur Razzaque said on Saturday, reports UNB.”We’re looking for ways to address the issue,” he told a seminar arranged by Bangladesh Climate Change Journalist Forum (BCJF) in Dhaka.Farmers have been counting about Tk 300 loss per mounds as the prices fall. A frustrated farmer even set his crop on fire as a protest.Farmers have urged the government to ensure fair prices. “We’ll be forced to stop producing paddy if the situation persists,” one of them told the media in Dhaka.Minister Razzaque said that there was not much scope to push up prices by procuring paddy from farmers.”It’s very difficult to quickly solve the problem,” he said. “One of the solutions is to export rice. But it’ll pose a problem if the country is hit by natural calamities.”The government is trying to address the farmers’ issues, he said, adding that a decision about rice export will be taken after high-level discussion.Replying to a question, the minister urged everyone not to negatively view farmers’ protests where one of them set his crop on fire.”Such protest takes place in many countries,” he said. “We don’t have food shortage anymore. We now have food surplus.”The programme was chaired by BCJF president Kawsar Rahman where PKSF chairman Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad was present as special guest.
‘We do not believe in conservation,’ rues photographer Nemai Ghosh. And Ghosh has reasons to be upset because his photographs are not mere prints, they are chronicles of the history of Indian cinema. ‘This is national treasure but no one has bothered to preserve it for future generations to see,’ he regrets. From being the only photographer the iconic Satyajit Ray allowed on his sets to taking pictures on the sets of other stalwarts of Indian cinema like Mrinal Sen, Ritwik Ghatak and MS Satyu, Ghosh can claim to have seen Indian cinema at close quarters — like few others have. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’And yet in a year when Indian cinema celebrates its centenary year, not too many efforts have been made to bring the works to the limelight and let the cinema enthusiasts get a glimpse of the rich history of Indian films. Neither the film industry nor the government came forward to preserve his photographs for posterity. ‘No government did anything. Neither the central government nor the state government,’ said a visibly upset Ghosh.Famously called Satyajit Ray’s photographer, Ghosh’s works would have laid in a corner of his Calcutta house, all but forgotten, but thanks to a Delhi-based gallery, they are now up for view in the Capital. Ghosh has given the gallery 1 lakh 20 thousand negatives at ‘cost price’. Of the humongous collection, about 208 are on display, informs curator Pramod Kumar KG. ‘It took three years just to catalogue the collection. We tried to focus on Ghosh the photographer rather than Ghosh as Ray’s photographer. The aim was to showcase his photographic genius,’ said Pramod. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThis though, isn’t the first exhibition of Ghosh’s works. His photographs have been exhibited at the Cannes Film Festival, in Paris, London and Brussels internationally and also in Delhi and Calcutta. ‘Manjit Bawa had organised an exhibition in Delhi,’ informs Ghosh. The photographs on display have images captured on the sets of various movies and otherwise. From Naseeruddin Shah to Smita Patil, Simi Garewal, Om Puri, Utpal Dutt, Soumitra Chatterjee, Moon Moon Sen, Jaya Bachchan, Sharmila Tagore, Rati Agnihotri, Sunny Deol — they are all there. One aspect of Ghosh’s photographs is that he does not use the flash. His use of natural light was greatly influenced by the legendary lighting expert in Bengali theatre — Tapas Sen. Some of the photographs stay with you. Like one of Sharmila Tagore in her stylish best, with curlers in her hair, head wrapped in a scarf, on location in the forests of Palamu during Aranyer Din Ratri. Or another of Dharmendra and Moushumi Chatterjee playing badminton on the sets of a movie. Then there is one of Ray at the Shore Temple beach on the outskirts of Chennai during the shooting of the documentary Bala. And another of Jaya Bachchan and husband Amitabh sharing a joke — much before attaining superstardom.Did he ever face any difficulty in shooting the stars? Never, contends Ghosh. ‘I always used to take candid shots. Every person has a good angle. It is for me to find that out,’ he says. His favourites in terms of photographs? Jaya Bachchan, Soumitra Chatterjee and Bengali superstar Uttam Kumar. Catch the exhibition to find the history of Indian cinema unveil before you. Because it’s worth it!DETAILAt: Delhi Art Gallery, 11, Hauz Ghas VillageOn Till: 28 January Phone: 4600 5300
Kolkata: Six persons were arrested in connection with the dreaded criminal Rammurty Dewar, alias Ramua’s murder on Friday night.According to police, Rammurty Dewar’s wife Kajal was involved in an extra-marital affair with one Kartik Yadav of Howrah since the past few years. Yadav, along with Kajal, and their son Samir were the masterminds of the murder. The rest three involved are Samir’s friends. Police sources informed that Kajal and Samir had told police that on the night of January 13 as many as five-six miscreants entered their rented flat at Amarabati in Sodepur and took Samir at gunpoint. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedLater, they allegedly shot Ramua dead and fled. During the probe, it was suspected he was murdered by one of his rivals. But while questioning Kajal, the sleuths found several contradictory statements. Smelling a foul play, police kept on questioning Kajal and Samir in different rooms. As there were several discrepancies in their statements, the sleuths grew suspicious. On Friday, both of them were again interrogated where Kajal admitted to have killed Ramua with her son. Kajal claimed she did the crime because they were subjected to Ramua’s regular torture. The sleuths came to know about Yadav, who is an insurance agent by profession and arrested him from Barrackpore. Sources informed that he had met Kajal while issuing an insurance policy around three years ago. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseRamua came to know about his wife’s affair when he was in judicial custody and had allegedly threatened Yadav. Meanwhile, Yadav came to know that Ramua wanted his son to be a gangster but Samir refused. As a result, he was regularly beaten up by Ramua. Later, Samir allegedly prepared the plan with Yadav and his mother to kill Ramua. To kill his own father, Samir contacted his school friends — Vishal Menon and Shyamsundar Rao. Prashant Kumar Singh, who is a third-year student of mechanical engineering, was arranged. They had used Ramua’s pistol to kill him in an inebriated state. Though Ramua saw Samir’s friends approaching him, he could not save himself as he was unable to stand up. To reduce the sound of firing, the accused had used a pillow. Prashant was arrested from Durgapur on Friday night. Menon and Rao have been arrested from Jamshedpur and brought to Khardah police station. The sleuths have recovered Ramua’s pistol along with five rounds of bullet and Rs 30,000 from them.
Gestures and hospitality are not the only ways to make guests feel welcome as your home interiors and decor play a very crucial role when it comes to making the visitors feel the warmth and love. Experts list a few tips to create a winter friendly aura: Trying out a dark colour scheme in rooms with a lot of windows will help create a cozy and soothing look. Generating a monochromatic look would help to add warmth and texture to the space. A mix of pastels with brass and silver will add a touch of elegance to the space, making it look sophisticated. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAdd an extra layer of comfort to your couch and your beds with a throw. 4Bring in warmer hues with wall hangings and wall arts that make the vibe of your space more pleasing for the season. Floor cushions in heavy jacquards and earthy colour tones can become a living room essential for coffee time. Add an extra layer of texture to your indoor plants with jute baskets. They sync in perfectly with the mood of the season and make it less gloomy.
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The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. The Volpara software can be added to most digital mammography systems to create an unbiased quantification of breast density, which is now a requirement in some states. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Siemens unveiled the world’s first wireless ultrasound transducer at RSNA 2012. Toshiba unveiled a 640-slice CT scanner, the Aquilion One Vision. News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more Toshiba was the latest company to introduce flexible MRI coils. First introduced at RSNA 2011 by GE Healthcare, the soft, flexible coils help improve image quality and patient comfort. Mammography AdvancesTwo key technology advances on the show floor included breast ultrasound and breast density software. There were also several new studies regarding mammography presented at RSNA.GE Healthcare highlighted the somo•v automated breast ultrasound system, which it recently acquired with its purchase of U-Systems. It is the first FDA-cleared automated ultrasound system for screening women with dense breast tissue. Used in combination with mammography, the system is clinically proven to increase cancer detection rate in women with dense breast tissue by 30 percent. It reduces the interoperator variability inherent in hand-held ultrasound systems. Several other vendors displayed products for other versions of automated breast ultrasound.Legislation in several states now mandates physicians alert patients if they have dense breast tissue so they understand their chances of misdiagnosis and of the possible need for other exams, such as PET, MRI or ultrasound. Vendors showed several versions of software to help clinicians meet the new requirement. New software is being developed to offer a consistent measure of density that is not biased by the personal interpretation of various users.Matakina International released a new version of it Volpara Imaging Software, which expands the number of digital mammography systems on which its breast density reporting software can be used. While some mammography systems offer breast density percentages, they vary on how it is calculated by vendor and machine. The Volara system can be added to most vendors’ systems, including Fuji, Philips, IMS Giotto and Medi-Future, in addition to processing mammography studies acquired on GE, Hologic and Siemens digital mammography systems. The system analyzes each pixel and uses areas of 100 percent fatty tissue as a baseline to build a density map. It generates an automated, objective report with the percentage of fibroglandular, breast issue volume and breast density. It uses standard BIRADS classifications of density.Philips Healthcare showed a work-in-progress software for its MicroDose SI mammography system. It uses single-shot spectral imaging (SI) to measure density without exposing women to additional examinations or X-ray radiation. The technology works by taking two images of the mammo exam and counting photons to measure density.Controversial guidelines issued by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) in 2009 recommending that routine screening with mammography be done every two years for women 50 to 74 years old, contrary to the traditional recommendation for screening to begin for all women over the age of 40, appear to be leading to missed cancers and a decline in screening, according to two studies presented at RSNA 2012.For one study, researchers analyzed the impact of these guidelines on women between the ages of 40 and 49. They found that almost 20 percent of cancers detected with screening mammography were among women in their 40s. “It seems unacceptable to potentially miss nearly 20 percent of the breast cancers we are identifying,” said study co-author Elizabeth Arleo, M.D., assistant professor of radiology at New York – Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell Medical College. “Our data favor the American Cancer Society recommendations of annual mammograms starting at age 40,” she added.The second study presented, lead by David C. Levin, M.D., professor and chairman emeritus of the Department of Radiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, analyzed Medicare data for 2005-2010. From 2005 to 2009, the compound annual growth rate for screening mammography utilization was 0.9 percent, compared to a 4.3 percent decline in the utilization rate from 2009 to 2010.“We’re not able to tell from the data whether this significant drop in utilization was a result of women deciding to wait another year to have their mammogram, or women over the age of 74 not having the exam. But, clearly, the new USPSTF guidelines have had an effect,” said Levin, calling the drop in utilization rate concerning. Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more 123456PreviousNext Toshiba unveiled a 640-slice CT scanner, the Aquilion One Vision. Toshiba was the latest company to introduce flexible MRI coils. First introduced at RSNA 2011 by GE Healthcare, the soft, flexible coils help improve image quality and patient comfort. The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting has transitioned in recent years from an imaging device focus to an imaging information technology focus. The interest in software continued at this year’s meeting, partly fueled by the need for healthcare organizations to meet Stage 1 and 2 meaningful use requirements. Two key trends seen all over the show floor — remote-viewing systems for radiology images and technology streamlined to aid workflow efficiency. There was a proliferation of remote viewing systems to call up images on a Web-browser or ability to easily forward images from a PACS to referring physicians. This is a key radiology requirement in Stage 2 meaningful use to make imaging more accessible across healthcare. Currently, images are generally not accessible unless a physician has access to the hospital or imaging center’s PACS. If not, a CD is burned and sent by courier or mail, which does not always open and takes a long time to download datasets. If images are not accessible or CDs do not open, repeat imaging exams are often performed, driving up cost and exposing the patient to additional radiation.The newer remote viewing systems allow access via e-mail or the Internet to images and reports through modules for a PACS, third-party standalone systems or linked to the facility’s archive/storage system. Most are cloud/Web-based systems so they can easily be accessed outside of a hospital’s computer system. All offer data encryption and password protection to meet HIPAA requirements.Some vendors also promoted the ease of use of these systems for patients to access their images and reports. Instead of carrying a CD to their doctor, they can just give their access code to their doctor, who can then access the data. Some vendors are appealing to tech savvy patients with slick iPad/iPhone apps.Another trend across the show floor was the workflow efficiency. With imaging reimbursements decreasing and imaging departments being asked to do more with less with the current state of the economy and direction of healthcare reform, vendors have responded with increased automation and more ergonomic designs. Imaging and software systems are becoming much more intuitive to help speed exam times and workflow. Examples include new advanced visualization tools that auto segment and quantify anatomical structures or function, cutting hours of staff time. New PACS and RIS improvements are greatly reducing the number of clicks required to enter report information or to hang images. Simplified, automated protocols on the imaging systems themselves are also helping technologists perform exams more quickly and efficiently, especially on CT and MRI systems. Other Trends• Obesity is epidemic in the United States, and many vendors are addressing larger patients with properly sized tables, C-arms, bore openings and transducers with better adipose tissue penetration.• Further advancements are being made with flat panel monitors using new LED technology. Today’s displays last longer, offer much higher resolutions and better self-calibration. Calibration systems are also available to QA test monitors remotely using built-in sensors, rather than walking the hospital and hand-testing each monitor in manually.• More cost-effective radiology solutions were emphasized by vendors and moved to the front of many booths. Starting at last year’s RSNA, the big vendors began de-emphasizing their high-end, most expensive systems in favor of those that more realistically reflect the current economic reality. For example, several key imaging vendors showed how lower-volume hospitals can use one wireless digital radiography (DR) detector for multiple machines so they do not need to purchase several at a cost of about $100,000 each.• Radiation dose monitoring solutions have been shown at previous RSNAs, but were highlighted this year as several states began implementing requirements for radiology departments to record patient dose. Toshiba was the latest company to introduce flexible MRI coils. First introduced at RSNA 2011 by GE Healthcare, the soft, flexible coils help improve image quality and patient comfort. 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 Sectra was among the vendors to show a work-in-progress software to record the radiation dose used for every radiology exam, a requirement of new laws in some states. Sectra was among the vendors to show a work-in-progress software to record the radiation dose used for every radiology exam, a requirement of new laws in some states. Related Content New TechnologyWireless Transducer — Siemens introduced the world’s first wireless transducer ultrasound system, the Acuson Freestyle. It eliminates the impediment of cables in ultrasound imaging. The Freestyle is a point-of-care system that will expand ultrasound’s use in interventional and therapeutic applications. The transducer can be used to image up to 10 feet from the console. Siemens said it hopes to refine and expand the wireless transducer technology to its other systems in the coming years.Noiseless MRI — GE Healthcare introduced its 510(k)-pending noiseless MRI Silent Scan technology it hopes to introduce in 2013 for its MR450W system. The technology addressed one of the most significant impediments to patient comfort — excessive noise generated during the exam that can be in excess of 110 decibels. A combination of software and a pulse sequence lowers the noise level to that of a chirping bird outside a window.640-Slice CT Scanner — Toshiba unveiled its 640-slice Aquilion One Vision edition CT scanner. The vendor already offers the highest-slice system on the market, the 320-slice Aquilion One. The new system is equipped with a gantry rotation of 0.275 seconds, a 100 kw generator and 320 detector rows (640 unique slices) covering 16 cm in a single rotation, with the industry’s thinnest slices at 500 microns (0.5 mm). The system can accommodate larger patients with its 78 cm bore and fast rotation, including bariatric and patients with high heart rates.Peri-Operative MRI — Philips showed a next generation Ingenia MR-OR solution for intra-operative neurosurgery. It uses a shielded room with doors opening into two ORs on either side. A track system allows an MRI-safe surgical table to be moved so the patient can be imaged, and then taken back into the OR. Philips is attempting to take an early lead in interventional MRI. The company is also developing live MRI as an interventional imaging system to replace angiography for complex interventional procedures. This type of system is already used for procedures at the National Institutes of Health.OLED Displays — Flat panel display technology migrated from CRT screens to LCDs over the past decade. The next major innovation in display technology is OLED, which offers even smaller components, quicker response time than LCD, and the ability to display quick motion with virtually no blur. Sony showed the new PVM-2551MD OLED medical-grade monitor, which incorporates technology to achieve pure black, faithful to the source signal. By providing superb color reproduction, especially for dark images, surgeons can observe very subtle details such as the faint color difference between various tissues and blood vessels. Flexible MRI Coils — GE, Toshiba and Philips displayed flexible MRI coils to better mold to the anatomy of patients over the current stand of hard coils. The flexible coils enable better image quality because of their closer proximity to the patient, and aid in patient comfort. 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How men can have a healthy 2019 Top Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Sponsored Stories How do cataracts affect your vision? (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Comments Share Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix BAMAKO, Mali (AP) – Rebel spokesmen confirm that fighting has resumed in northern Mali between Islamist extremists and Tuareg secular rebels.Oumar Ould Hamaha, spokesman for the Islamist MUJAO rebels, told The Associated Press that the fighting between the two rebel groups resumed Monday. He said the town of Menaka is now in the hands of the Islamists.But reached in Paris, Moussa Ag Assarid, spokesman for the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, or NMLA, denied that the Islamists have won control of Menaka. He said the secular Tuareg rebels are fighting the Islamists of MUJAO, as well as reinforcements from Al Qaida in the Islamist Maghreb who came from Timbuktu. Ag Assarid said the Tuareg secularists have fired on the Islamists and prevented them from entering Menaka Monday. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project 5 treatments for adult scoliosis
Protesters oppose return of disputed art in Catalonia LLEIDA, Spain – Spanish police on Monday escorted two trucks loaded with pieces of medieval religious art from a museum in the city of Lleida amid protests after a court ordered Catalan authorities to hand them over to the neighbouring regional government of Aragon.Catalan regional police cordoned off the area around Lleida Museum from early Monday as technicians prepared to remove the 44 pieces, originally housed in Aragon’s Sijena monastery but bought by Catalonia from nuns in 1983.In 2015 a court ruled the sale illegal and ordered the works returned.Several hundred people, including many pro-Catalan independence supporters, turned up to protest the transfer and there were brief scuffles and police baton charges as officers tried to move them further away from the museum. The artwork was taken away in trucks escorted by Spanish Civil Guard police.Both Aragon and Catalonia claim the art pieces are part of their respective cultural heritage. The pieces include mortuary boxes and alabaster reliefs.The dispute has also become a political issue as it comes while Catalonia continues without a government and parliament after Spain dissolved both and called fresh elections for Dec. 21 in its crackdown on the region’s independence push.Fugitive ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who is in Belgium, and other pro-independence politicians accuse Spain of making most of the moment to pillage the art from Catalonia.But Spanish Culture Minister Inigo Mendez de Vigo said Monday the court ruling had to be obeyed.A further 50 pieces bought from the nuns were returned in 2016 by Catalonia’s National Art Museum. by Manu Fernandez, The Associated Press Posted Dec 11, 2017 8:44 am PDT Last Updated Dec 11, 2017 at 9:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Catalan Mossos d’Esquadra officers scuffle with demonstrators outside the Lleida museum, in the west of Catalonia, Spain, Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. Spanish authorities take advantage of their direct powers over Catalonia to relocate 44 disputed art works from a museum in the Catalan city of Lleida to the neighbouring Spanish region of Aragon. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
by Colleen Barry, The Associated Press Posted May 10, 2019 3:24 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email VENICE, Italy — Political issues that excite newsprint, airwaves and social media are getting a very open airing at the 58th Venice Biennale contemporary art fair. They include fake news, migration, poverty, global warming and armed conflict.American curator Ralph Rugoff titled the main exhibition “May You Live in Interesting Times,” which opens Saturday and runs through Nov. 24. Rugoff says contemporary art in particular allows issues to be examined in all their complexity.Many of the 79 artists invited to participate in the main exhibition make very literal references to present-day woes. One artist transported a hulking smugglers’ ship where 700 migrants perished in 2015 to the edge of the Arsenale former shipyard. Another constructed a robot that mechanically spreads a blood-like substance evenly around.The Biennale extends into 90 national pavilions.Colleen Barry, The Associated Press The wreck of the ‘Barca Nostra’ fishing boat, which sank in the Mediterranean Sea in 2015 with 700 migrants on board, is displayed at the 58th Biennale of Arts exhibition in Venice, Italy, Tuesday, May 7, 2019. The wreck is part of an artistic installation of Art, a project of artist Christoph BÃ¼chel. Political issues that excite newsprint, airwaves and social media, such as fake news, migration, poverty, global warming and armed conflict, are getting a very open airing at the 58th Venice Biennale contemporary art fair, which Saturday, May 11, and runs through Nov. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) Venice Biennale invites heavy thinking on political issues
The final results for Sunday’s Turkish Cypriot ‘parliamentary’ elections were released in full on Tuesday after the ‘election board’ complained of difficulties in counting certain ballot boxes due to the new electoral system.While there were no major changes to the semi-official results announced on Monday, Serdar Denktash’s Democratic Party regained one seat from the Rebirth Party, giving them three ‘MPs’ and the latter two, bringing an end to the back and forth seat confusion.Head of the ‘election board’ Narin Ferdi Sefik said on Monday “the new election system caused many difficulties for those who had duties on the ballot boxes,” which resulted in considerable delays and errors in counting.“Many employees did not know what to do with the new system and were expecting help from the district election board,” she added and recommended the electoral law be amended.The election board stated that multiple voting accounted for around 11 per cent and that the percentage of invalid votes cast was 11.7.The new ‘parliament’ will have nine female members, an increase of five from the previous election due to the implementation of a new quota system.Eight lawmakers failed to make the cut this time around, including ‘foreign minister’ Tahsin Ertugruloglu and ‘minister of public works and transport’ Kemal Durust.In the 50-seat ‘parliament’ the National Unity Party will have 21 seats, the Republican Turkish Party 12, the Peoples Party nine, the Communal Democracy Party three, the Democratic Party three and the Rebirth Party two.No party took a majority of the seats, meaning the parties will need to form a coalition. If that fails, fresh elections could be on the cards.You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoYahoo SearchThe Early Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes. Search Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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