Indigenous Nationalist Party of Tripura (INPT), a tribal party in Tripura, is contemplating to file a writ petition in the Supreme Court for implementation of National Register of Citizens in the state, a top party leader said on Friday.INPT general secretary Jagadish Debbarma told PTI that the party is also considering to organise ‘dharna’ in Delhi in November on the issues like NRC, more autonomy to the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council, implementation of inner line permit in TTAADC areas and inclusion of Kokbarak language of the state in the eight schedule of the Constitution.“Tripura is a bordering state and we are facing the problem of infiltration. So we are contemplating to file writ petition in the apex court for implementation of the NRC. We are likely to file the petition in November,” Mr. Debbarma said.The INPT general secretary said the party was facing fund crunch and was trying to raise funds for going to Delhi to organise the dharna. Mr. Debbarma also demanded repeal of the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016.He said the party would organise movement in the hilly areas for permanent solution of the drinking water crisis and improvement of health care system in the tribal council areas. The TTAADC constitutes two third of the state’s territory.
Kolkata, Nov 1 (PTI) Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is penning a book on mind games in sport even as he considers authoring books nightmarish, something which has also discouraged him from writing his autobiography. “To sit and write, dictate someone, then correct it and make sure its on time with the publisher, its a nightmare,” Ganguly said here during a book release function. “I was chased for a long time but Im not a great writer. Ive been asked to write a book on mind games in sport,” he said about his upcoming book. “Its a book on how the players mindset is important to develop the sport and I found that pretty boring actually,” he confessed. One of the most successful Indian captains and in the backdrop of his controversy with Greg Chappell makes Ganguly a perfect autobiography material. “I have not started thinking about my autobiography. Honestly I dont have time and patience to write about what Ive done for 15-20 years.” Not an avid book reader, Ganguly said: “When I became captain a lot of people asked me have you read The Art of Captaincy by Mike Brearley or the book by Sunil Gavaskar… I said yes only the front page.” PTI TAP AT AT
New Delhi, Jul 7 (PTI) The Indian Olympic Association today made several changes to the country’s contingent of athletes for the upcoming Asian Games, dropping the entire triathlon team for furnishing “misleading information” by the national federation. The IOA had on July 3 announced a 524-member contingent but after a long meeting today, as many as six athletes were rejected on various grounds. Eight athletes from sport climbing — who were not in the list of 524 — were considered later but out of the eight, five were rejected today. The participation of these three athletes from sport climbing depends on the acceptance of their entries by the Asian Games organisers. There could also be some changes in the 10-member swimming team already named. “All the four triathletes who were named in the earlier list were rejected today as we were misled by the federation. We were earlier told that the relay event was happening for the first time (in Asian Games). But today, we found out the information given to us was incorrect, the relay event is happening for the second or third time and Indian team is not in the top 15,” IOA president Narinder Batra told PTI. After a lot of meetings and representations by the aggrieved players, a three-member equestrian show jumping team was cleared in addition to the four from the eventing team already named on July 3. “We have added three athletes in show jumping in equestrian,” Batra said after a meeting attended by IOA secretary general Rajeev Mehta.advertisement In sambo, the IOA had earlier cleared six athletes (2 men and 4 women) but today five of them were rejected after anomalies were found in the figures provided to the national Olympic body. Now only one sambo player — Srikanth — will travel to Indonesia. “We have rejected five sambo players from the six named earlier after a thorough review. We found some anomalies in the figures given to us earlier by the federation. When we cross checked, we found that the figures were not correct,” the IOA chief said. In sailing, the IOA replaced two players with another two but Batra said this will be subject to a Delhi High Court order, which is expected to come up soon. “We have named Varsha Gautham and Shweta Shervegar in place of Ekta Yadav and Shaila Charles. Varsha and Shweta are silver medallists in the Asian Championships while Ekta and Saila are bronze medallists. “This selection is subject to Delhi High Court order which is coming soon, may be tomorrow. The HC had asked our view and we have given it.” PTI PDS PDS AHAH
New Zealand have jumped to the top of the World Cup 2019 points table after beating Afghanistan by — wickets in Taunton on June 8. This was New Zealand’s third victory in as many matches while Afghanistan find themselves languishing at the bottom with a second successive defeat.Chasing 173, NZ had the worst possible start as they lost Martin Guptill off the 1st ball of the pursuit when Aftab Alam induced a faint edge off his bat that landed in the hands of Najibullah Zadran stationed at point. Soon, Aftab also dismissed Colin Munro whose half-hearted waft on a bouncer found Hamid Hassan’s safe hands at third-man.But that’s where the joy stopped for the Asian team as Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson combined to post an 89-run partnership to take NZ close. Even though Taylor fell to a loose shot off the bowling of Aftab, new batsman Tom Latham combined with his captain to take NZ home.9 wickets between James Neesham and Lockie Ferguson, combined with an unbeaten 79 from #KaneWilliamson saw New Zealand overcome Afghanistan in Taunton.They now have 3 wins in as many games, and remain at the apex of #CWC19 standings!SCORECARD https://t.co/Uv5e1IteWj pic.twitter.com/luZycgwCVJCricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 8, 2019Earlier, put into bat on a greenish pitch under considerable cloud cover, Afghan openers Noor Ali and Hazratullah Zazai made a solid start to the innings. Zazai was particularly severe on anything pitched in his arc as he swung merrily to give the Kiwi bowlers a few headaches in the 1st powerplay.advertisementAt 66/0 after 11 overs, Afghanistan looked set for a big total but the introduction of James Neesham turned the match on its head. Neesham bowled with discipline and found some swing early on to trigger a collapse that saw Afghanistan lose 4 wickets for just 4 runs added to the total. While Neesham picked up the scalps of Zazai, Rahmat Shah and Gulbadin Naib, Lockie Ferguson sent back Noor Ali.Rain intervened twice but Neesham continued his superb form across interruptions to add 2 more wickets of Najibullah Zadran and Mohammad Nabi to celebrate his maiden 5-for in ODIs. This was also just the 2nd five-wicket haul in the WC so far.For Afghanistan, Hashmatullah Shahidi played a fighting knock of 59 off 99 balls to take his team to a respectable score when it looked like they could fold for 120-130. His batting with the tailenders was especially noticeable as he farmed the strike well along with hitting the lusty blows off bad balls. Shahidi was the last wicket to fall as Ferguson finished with 4 wickets of his own.Ferguson also played a role in weakening the Afghan bowling attack as one of his bouncers hit Rashid Khan on the head before shattering the stumps. Rashid looked unsettled immediately after the blow before it was revealed that he failed the concussion tests. Promptly he was rested for the rest of the match as Afghanistan didn’t want to take any chances with their star bowler. Sadly for Afghanistan, it wasn’t the last bit of disappointment that awaited them in Taunton.Also Read | Rashid Khan fails concussion test after blow to head in New Zealand gameAlso Read | Jason Roy intimidates opposition, says Eoin Morgan after Bangladesh winAlso See:
Frank Lampard was not able to crown his debut on the Chelsea bench with a win – but he believes Wednesday’s rather underwhelming introduction will do his new charges a world of good. Chelsea were held 1-1 by League of Ireland side Bohemians in Dublin, just days after Lampard was officially unveiled as Maurizio Sarri’s successor. The Blues had taken the lead through Michy Batshuayi after just eight minutes. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare They failed to capitalise on that early advantage, however, and the Gypsies hit back through Eric Molloy to earn a draw from the friendly. While the result suggests the former Chelsea playing legend has some work to do in pre-season, Lampard preferred to look at the positives. “It was a good run-out, we had good support and thanks for people turning out. It was a tough first game for us as we have not been back for long,” he told reporters after the final whistle. “We’ve only been back just a few days so there had been some pressure on the lads and we have been working them very hard. I am pleased with the outcome.”Fitness was our issue but I wanted to stretch them a bit and put them under pressure.”This is what pre-season is all about and the quicker we get there, to the level we want, then the better. We wanted to win the game as you always do but it is not about that.“It is about individuals getting fit and pushing themselves to the limit and I thought some of the performances – particularly from the younger lads – was really good.””I have been really happy. We have high standards and we have brought that in. We need intensity in our game and I am pleased with the way their have worked and their attitude.”One man who did not see action in the Irish capital was Christian Pulisic, away following his participation with the United States in the Gold Cup, which ended on Sunday with final defeat to Mexico. “This game was very early but the other players are back other than the injured boys and Pulisic is not with us yet but you will see some of them at the weekend,” Lampard added.Pre-season preparations will continue in Ireland on Saturday when they take on St Patrick’s Athletic. Chelsea will also face the likes of Barcelona, Reading, Red Bull Salzburg and Borussia Monchengladbach before taking on Manchester United in the very first game of the Premier League season on August 11.
Indo-Asian News Service ChennaiMarch 14, 2019UPDATED: March 14, 2019 21:49 IST Chennai Super Kings will be gunning for a record fourth IPL title (@ChennaiIPL Photo)After facing a two-year ban due to betting activities of its top officials, star-studded Chennai Super Kings made a roaring comeback in the 10th edition of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) last year and will be aiming to maintain the same momentum in the 2019 edition of the cash rich tournament.Back in the mix after a two-year hiatus and playing almost all of their home games away from home, Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side defied all odds to lift their third title and once again proved why the ‘Yellow Brigade’ is one of the best teams in the league.The main reason Chennai Super Kings has been a powerhouse over the years is because of the Indian talent at their disposal. One of their primary aim has been to keep the core of the team intact.Suresh Raina, Shane Watson, Dwayne Bravo, Murali Vijay, Harbhajan Singh, Karn Sharma, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Mohit Sharma, David Willey, and Sam Billings are the backbone of the outfit and are in the squad for this edition.The southern outfit is a team that has never gone for fancy Twenty20 International stars names like Chris Gayle, Lasith Malinga or Kieron Pollard. They maintain their stability, unperturbed by the auctions. For 2019 edition, the franchise announced the retention of 22 players.In the 2019 edition, the Chennai franchise just bought two players to complete their squad. They bought pacer Mohit Sharma and uncapped player Ruturaj Gaikwa for the upcoming edition. Mohit had earlier played for the same side and took 57 wickets in 47 matches.advertisementOn Tuesday, BCCI has released the schedule for the first two weeks. Dhoni’s side will take on Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening match in Chennai on March 23.There are several good news for the Southern outfit. Their middle-order batsman Kedar Jadhav and New Zealand all-rounder Mitchell Santner are back in the mix. In the 2018 edition, the duo got injured and had to miss the entire season.The franchise will be playing this edition at its home ground. Last year they had to shift their base to Pune.So in the upcoming edition, the conditions and several other factors are favouring the defending champions and the fans can expect to witness another thrilling edition.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow IPL 2019Follow Chennai Super KingsFollow MS DhoniFollow Indian Premier LeagueFollow Suresh RainaFollow Shane WatsonFollow Dwayne BravoFollow Murali VijayFollow Harbhajan SinghFollow ChennaiFollow IPLFollow Chennai teamFollow CSK Defending champions Chennai Super Kings ready to roar again in IPL 2019IPL 2019: Chennai Super Kings will look to defend their Indian Premier League title when they begin their campaign against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the season opener in Chennai on March 23.advertisement
South Korean shipping company KSS Line is renewing its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) transportation contract with energy and commodities company Vitol.On November 22, 2018, KSS Line inked a KRW 8.08 billion (USD 7.15 million) one-year contract with Vitol.Valid from January 17, 2019, to January 16, 2020, the contract includes the provision of one vessel to transport LPG cargo.As informed, the contract amount increased by 16%, compared to the previous contract with Vitol.The newest deal is part of KSS Line’s efforts to boost profitability through long-term contracts and chartering activities.
The Community Supports for Adults Program will receive anotherboost this year with the addition of $10.3 million to the programbudget. This increase brings a total addition of close to $50million since 2000 to the Community Supports for Adults Program.The program serves approximately 4,470 Nova Scotians withintellectual disabilities or long-term mental illness who needsupport to live in the community. Of this year’s additional funding, $1 million is being designatedto augment the anticipated renewed Community Supports for AdultsProgram. In December 2002, the Department of Community Serviceslaunched a wide-ranging review of the current program,recognizing the need for changes to meet the evolving needs ofthe people served, as well as a growing demand for services. In March 2004, the department released a discussion paper thatpresents the ideas and research gathered during the reviewperiod. To get feedback on the current system, and ideas for a renewedCommunity Supports for Adults (CSA) Program, representatives ofthe CSA Renewal Project met with more than 50 communityorganizations, advocacy groups and service providers across allregions of the province. Consumer focus groups were also held tomake sure that Nova Scotians with disabilities had meaningfulopportunities to share their thoughts on a renewed CSA program. In addition to the ideas and information gathered through theextensive consultation process, the discussion paper alsoincludes a review of best practices and research in a number ofkey areas, such as funding, assessment tools, policy, licensingand consumer supports. Public feedback on the discussion paper will be analyzed todetermine the scope and type of services Nova Scotians want tosee in a renewed CSA program. -30-
This week, I addressed the U.S.- Canada Energy Trade and Technology Conference in Boston, a major event for industry and government leaders in North America. As the keynote speaker, I promoted the vast renewable energy opportunities available in our province, and outlined Nova Scotia’s aggressive targets as set out in the new Renewable Electricity Plan. I am proud of our goal to generate 25 per cent of the province’s electricity from renewable resources like wind, tidal and biomass by 2015, a goal that rises even higher, to 40 per cent by 2020. These targets are significantly higher than those set in most areas of the United States, are among the most aggressive in the world and are creating an historic shift to stable power costs for families and businesses in Nova Scotia. I also highlighted the work we are doing with our neighbours in Atlantic Canada to build a stronger and more integrated transmission system, and the benefits that might have for New England. Nova Scotia is poised to be a significant partner in the Lower Churchill hydro project, a project with the potential of a 180-kilometre sub-sea cable link between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. We also have plans to strengthen the transmission system between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. New England is already connected to our offshore natural gas supply through the Maritimes and Northeast pipeline. Now we are investing in making our electricity connections just as seamless, allowing Nova Scotia to be an access point for energy imports and exports between New England and Atlantic Canada. That could mean transmitting hydro power from Lower Churchill to the United States, or selling renewable energy from our wind and tidal resources when we are generating more here than we need. By its nature, electricity has no borders. A strong transmission system is the backbone of an integrated electrical system. The more integrated an electricity system is, the more efficiently the system runs for everyone. That is the message I shared with our friends in New England. For Nova Scotians, regional collaboration on energy represents good jobs and economic growth, stabilized energy prices, and environmental leadership on a global scale, which is why it’s so important that government and business leaders maximize every opportunity to promote our province’s vast potential. It can only mean good things for everyone involved. -30-
APTN National NewsFirst Nations in Alberta are on the front line when it comes to control of natural resources and issues that impact their communities.Now with another provincial election looming – what’s at stake in the province for aboriginal people?APTN‘s Keith Laboucan brings us more.
Kalman spoke about the Society’s partnership with the Imagination Library during her pitch to the 100 Women Who Care in Fort St. John at the Lido Theatre on Tuesday evening.Though it didn’t win the plurality of votes at last night’s event, Kalman said that the Society currently has a goal of raising the estimated $12,500 cost of providing the program for one year.Kalman said during her presentation that there are an estimated 1,835 children between the ages of 0-5 in the Fort St. John area.She explained that a $50 donation can allow the Society to provide one local child with a book every month for an entire year.Kalman said that the next big event for the Literacy Society is the New Year’s Eve Party at the Pomeroy Hotel, which the Society will be hosting for the first time this year.Tickets for the event go on sale on October 1st and are available at the Pomeroy Hotel and Conference Centre, as well as on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/fort-st-john-literacy-societys-new-years-eve-party-tickets-49218491834 FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Literacy Society says that it has partnered with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library to become the Library’s regional affiliate in the Energetic City.Executive director Jessica Kalman said that the Literacy Society’s official partnership with the Imagination Library began on September 1st, and the Foundation is now accepting donations in anticipation opening up enrollments by next month.Country singer Dolly Parton started the Dollywood Foundation in 1986, and in 1995 the Imagination Library program was launched. The program provides enrolled children with a carefully-selected book every month until they turn 5, regardless of income. For more information or to make a donation, visit the Fort St. John Literacy Society’s website or Facebook page.
MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s attorney general says his office will bring a case related to Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht’s corrupt dealings within two months.Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero says there is new evidence and the case will be prosecuted like organized crime. He spoke Monday at a news conference covering the first months of the newly independent office.Mexico has been one of the few countries affected by the Odebrecht bribery scandal to not prosecute any officials. The former director of Mexico’s state oil company, Pemex, was named by former Odebrecht executives as the recipient of bribes. He has denied the accusations.Gertz Manero says the inactive Odebrecht case was just one example of the chaos he found at the Attorney General’s Office when he took over.The Associated Press
20 July 2011Relief agencies require another $4.3 billion to assist millions of needy people around the world during the second half of this year, the United Nations humanitarian chief said today, adding that donors have so far made available 45 per cent of the funds requested at the start of 2011. UN agencies and their partners had asked for $7.4 billion for humanitarian emergencies in 2011, but that figure has since risen to $7.9 billion as a result of increasing needs in some regions, including the Horn of Africa, where a severe drought has left 11.5 million people in need, Valerie Amos, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, told reporters in Geneva.Some $3.6 billion of the requested amount has been received, Ms. Amos said after presenting a mid-year review of the status of humanitarian funding to UN Member States.“Our key concern is that there are persistent imbalances in funding among crises,” said Ms. Amos, who is also the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator. “The funding percentages of different appeals range from 29 per cent to 60 per cent.”The least-funded appeals are the regional appeal for West Africa and the funding requests for Zimbabwe, Djibouti and Niger.“We expect humanitarian needs in the second half of 2011 and in 2012 to continue, at least at current levels, as the effects of high commodity prices, adverse weather conditions, disasters and conflicts persist,” said Ms. Amos.“As I said to donors during our mid-year review launch, I hope that they will close the funding gaps. It will make a big difference to the millions of people we need to help,” she added.The launch of the mid-year review of the Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP) coincided with the classification of the drought emergency in southern Somalia as a famine in two regions.In response to a question, Ms. Amos said that child malnutrition levels in parts of southern Bakool and Lower Shabelle regions of Somalia had risen to 50 per cent, with mortality rates exceeding six deaths per 10,000 people a day.More than 100,000 malnourished children had been treated in 800 nutrition centres throughout Somalia between January and May 2011. A total of 554,000 children in southern Somalia are suffering from malnutrition, she added.Other drought-affected Horn of Africa countries that require humanitarian assistance are Djibouti, Ethiopia and Kenya. Newly-independent South Sudan, Yemen, Côte d’Ivoire and Libya, among others, will also require significant humanitarian interventions this year.
OSU sophomore forward Sammy Edwards (19) during a game against Minnesota on Sept. 17 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU lost 2-1. Credit: Sam Harris / For The LanternAfter a cancellation against their rival Michigan Wolverines last weekend, the Ohio State women’s soccer team is looking to get back on their feet as they travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Panthers in the team’s final game of the 2017 spring season.With an intense few months of training and a number of exhibition games already under their belts, the Buckeyes are working to solidify the skills they have been building upon throughout this spring season, head coach Lori Walker said. However, there are a couple of lingering concerns that remain on both the offensive and defensive end of the ball.“We’ve got to have a little more presence from our mid-field as far as their ability to be dangerous in their shooting and looking at the goal more,” Walker said. “The biggest thing for us, though, is to really tidy up what’s happening in the back. We gave up way too many goals this past year, and if we can tighten that up, we’re certainly producing enough to win games.”The team has been struggling to fill certain roles that were left vacant at the conclusion of the 2016 season as their five graduating seniors departed, which has proven to be an especially difficult adjustment on the attacking end. Two of the five departing seniors, Lindsay Agnew and Nichelle Pierce, both now playing professionally, were the Buckeyes’ top goal scorers last season.With the absence of Agnew and Pierce up top, the transition has been tough for the group as they struggle to make it past the goalkeeper.“I feel like our biggest weakness is just putting the ball in the back of the net,” senior Sammy Edwards said. “We’ve been building so well and our defense has been strong, and then we get all the way up the field and we just can’t seem to finish and put the game away.”However, OSU may have more of an opportunity to enhance their attacks and find the back of the net this weekend, since Pitt has lost four graduating seniors as well, including their starting goalkeeper Taylor Francis, and defender Siobhan McDonough who contributed on the attack as well.The concern that remains is keeping a solid defensive line since Pitt will also have a number of dynamic attacking players. Panthers forwards Taylor Pryce and Ohio-native Sarah Krause could pose a threat to the Buckeyes’ defense who are going to need to tighten up, track and shut down these players, Walker said.Though the spring has brought along some challenges on both sides of the ball for the Buckeyes, they believe they have made improvements that will continue to benefit them as they prepare for the upcoming fall season, Edwards said.“I think we’re actually farther along in our process of where we want to be,” Edwards said, “and I think that’s going to be very beneficial as we go into the fall season because we have to train 13 new freshmen coming in, and if we’re all on the same page, it’ll be much easier to bring them into it.”The team is hoping for a smooth transition between the conclusion of the spring season and the beginning of summer training when the team, including the incoming freshman, arrive back on campus in June to take on summer school and work with the Buckeyes’ strength coach Tyler Carpenter before pre-season training officially begins.“They’ll get a little time off before preseason, and then we’ll hit the ground running on the first of August,” Walker said. The Buckeyes will wrap up the 2017 spring season Saturday at Pitt’s Ambrose Urbanic Field at 11:30 a.m.
Almost two weeks after 29-year-old Denis Nandlall of Lot 21 Lalchan Street, Better Hope South, East Coast Demerara was shot dead, the Police are yet to make an arrest.This was according to Crime Chief Paul Williams during a telephone interview on Saturday, who further stated that since there were no eyewitnesses to the shooting, solving the crime could be more challenging.He nevertheless added that the Police are working with several leads, but none have led to any success thus far. Williams reiterated that the Police will continue their investigations into the cold-blooded murder.Murdered, Daniel NandlallOn the other hand, the parents of the dead contractor are awaiting justice for their son. They are also yet to ascertain the motive for the murder, claiming that the young man had no known issues with anyone.Nandlall was gunned down at about 23:15h on April 28 in front of his home by one of two men on pedal cycles.It was reported that the young man and a few relatives were having a few drinks in the yard and Nandlall left for the front of the house but soon after he was heard telling someone “Come back tomorrow, the man ain’t deh home.”This was followed by a loud explosion and as the relatives rushed to enquire, they saw the young man lying on the ground with blood gushing from his back.Nandlall was rushed to the Woodlands Hospital for emergency medical treatment but later succumbed to his injures. Based on reports received, the two men whose faces were covered with hoodies fled the scene. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedNo arrests yet in murder of ‘White Boy’May 11, 2019In “Crime”54 murders committed at end of April 2015 – Police statisticsMay 11, 2015In “Crime”Dana Seetahal’s murderer shot dead by policeAugust 22, 2014In “Crime”
At AIMEX 2011 in Sydney, September 6-9, Cattron, a unit of Laird Technologies, can be found at booth #3107. With a focus on underground mining, Cattron will display products aimed at increasing safety and productivity, including its underground communication system (SIAMnet), mining remote systems, and industrial remote systems. These systems allow operators of all types of mining equipment to choose the most advantageous, most convenient, safest position with the best vantage point from which to operate. A presentation displaying the different mining systems that the company has available on the market will be shown at the booth, along with product demonstrations that attendees can interact with. “AIMEX 2011 is one of the most important events for mining in Australia and the surrounding region, and allows Cattron to demonstrate how it leverages its extensive industry knowledge and diversity into the mining products it produces,” said Eric Brouillette, Cattron, Vice President of Marketing & Sales – Mining. “Cattron’s products incorporate reliable, high quality equipment backed by outstanding service and support. These products also provide increased safety and productivity in mines throughout the world.”AIMEX is where more than 600 Australian and international suppliers of mining technology, equipment, and services come together with mining industry buyers and specifiers from throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Attendees are able to explore mutually beneficial business opportunities, exchange technical information, and network in an interactive business environment.Cattron says it “has assembled the most comprehensive collection of radio remote control brands for material handling equipment, mobile equipment, and virtually any equipment where the operator can be moved to a safer, more efficient location. With 65 years of radio frequency (RF) and industrial wireless remote control experience, the company has approximately 7,000 customers with a total installed base of over 150,000 wireless remote control systems throughout the world.
← Previous Story Kielce’s coach and players with the fans before Silkeborg Next Story → Velux EHF CL (Round 9): Partizan in Szeged, Zagreb in Barcelona One of the heroes of the last season biggest success in the history of Bosna Sarajevo, EHF CL TOP 16 placement, left back, Igor Karacic (24) is in Macedonian capital, Skopje, where he has to sign a contract with vice-champion Vardar. Karacic had problem with his right shoulder and missed the first part of the season. After financial collapse of team from Sarajevo, he became a free agent. Bosna SarajevoIgor KaracicMacedonian handballVardar Skopje
Being one of the most common web browsers in the world does mean problems will arise. However, the latest security bug that Microsoft has uncovered is not targeted at its latest browser, but in fact will affect all versions of Internet Explorer (IE). The security vulnerability is so severe that if exploited by a booby-trapped webpage the bug would allow attackers to take control of an unprotected computer.A temporary fix has already been published whilst Microsoft works on a permanent fix, and the company has said it had no evidence it was currently being used by hi-tech criminals. The bug seems to exploit the way IE manages a computer’s memory when processing CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) which as most tech heads will know is widely used within web pages to control the look and feel of a website.AdChoices广告In a statement Microsoft comments:We are investigating the bug and working on a permanent fix. In the meantime we recommend those concerned to use a protection system known as the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit. Mind you, installing and applying the toolkit could require Windows XP users to update to the latest service pack, and even then some of the protection it provides for Windows 7 and Vista users will not be available.Read more at the BBC
OLYMPIA — A Thurston County Superior Court judge has ruled that anti-tax initiative promoter Tim Eyman could potentially be punished with a lifetime ban on managing or directing the finances of a political committee.Judge James Dixon ruled Friday in connection with Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s long-running lawsuit against Eyman claiming that Eyman violated state campaign-finance laws and covertly used his initiative drives to enrich himself, the Seattle Times reported.Eyman had filed a motion to have the potential punishment thrown out, arguing that it would be an unconstitutional infringement on his First Amendment right to speech. He said the possibility of such a ban was having a chilling effect on his ability to fund ballot initiatives.“The courts have been very explicit, money is speech,” Eyman said, representing himself. Allowing him to participate in political action committees, but not in directing their finances, “is as absurd as the idea that he can be a truck driver as long as he can’t use a truck.”Eric Newman, chief litigation counsel for the attorney general’s antitrust division, argued that the potential punishment doesn’t infringe on Eyman’s speech. Eyman, he noted, agreed to a similar injunction in 2002, when he agreed to a settlement that barred him from ever again acting as treasurer for a political committee.
Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter April 27, 2018 Posted: April 27, 2018 School and law enforcement officials hold school safety summit Updated: 9:22 PM Ed Lenderman 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) — Law enforcement and education officials met Friday to discuss how schools can best prevent and address threats in San Diego County.District Attorney Summer Stephan and the San Diego County Office of Education kicked off the meeting with some 200 leaders gathered to talk about ways to address threats, including violent ones such as the threat of a school shooting, and offer input into how officials can further improve the regional response in such cases.Related Link: San Diego People: Preventing Gun Violence “The physical, emotional and mental well-being of students and staff in San Diego County schools are of paramount importance,” Stephan said. “As tragedies continue to unfold across our nation, in which students of all ages, teachers and administrators lose their lives to acts of targeted violence on school grounds, we want to renew our commitment to making schools a safe place for students to learn and grow.”Since the start of 2018, law enforcement officials have forwarded 40 incidents of school threats to Stephan’s office for review, which has resulted in 21 juvenile prosecutions, according to the office.Other threats were resolved at the school level.A team established by the DA’s office works with law enforcement agencies to address school threats. That team planned to present an updated School Safety Protocol Friday that will be used countywide. Other presentations include one by clinical and forensic psychologist Manny Tau, and county student services leader Bob Mueller will offer practical tools that schools can implement immediately. Ed Lenderman,