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Vale Bronwyn CarruthersVale Bronwyn Carruthers

first_imgOn behalf of the Touch Football community, Touch Football Australia wishes to extend its condolences to the family of Bronwyn Carruthers, who passed away last week. Bronwyn was a long standing member of the New South Wales Touch Association (NSWTA) and one of the early pioneers of female refereeing in the sport. Not only was Bronwyn a graded referee reaching a badge Level 5, she also administered the sport serving time with the ‘old’ Region Eight as Assistant Director and Selectors Director. Further to this Bronwyn also assisted both the NSWTA and Touch Football Australia on their Tournament Committees. She passed peacefully at Sutherland Hospital on January 31, 2014. A dearly loved wife of James (known to the Touch world as Jimmy), who will be sadly missed by all her relatives and friends. Bronwyn’s funeral will be held at the South Chapel, Woronora Crematorium, Linden Street Sutherland on Thursday, 6 February at 1.00pm. No Flowers by request, donations to Bay Babes, PO Box 447, Gymea NSW 2227.  Related LinksVale Bronwyn Carrutherslast_img read more

Closing Bell TSX closes little changed in wake of nuclear deal withClosing Bell TSX closes little changed in wake of nuclear deal with

TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed little changed Monday as energy prices and stocks declined further after Iran and world powers arrived at an agreement about Iran’s nuclear program on the weekend.Here are the closing numbersTSX — 13,472.22 -6.12 -0.05%S&P 500 — 1,802.48 -2.28 -0.13%Dow — 16,072.54 +7.77 0.05%Nasdaq — 3,994.57 +2.92 0.07%The deal will allow Iran to keep the central elements of its uranium program while calling for it reduce enrichment to a level lower than what is needed for nuclear arms.The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 6.12 points to 13,472.22, with further pressure coming from mining stocks as gold prices fell following the announcement of the Iranian deal.“(Otherwise), any time you can remove a little bit of that geopolitical risk premium, it serves to bolster confidence a bit,” said Craig Fehr, Canadian markets specialist at Edward Jones in St. Louis.The Canadian dollar and other commodity-related currencies were lower Monday with the loonie losing 0.22 of a cent to 94.8 cents US.U.S. indexes lost early momentum but the Dow industrials added 7.77 points to 16,072.54 on top of its record performance last week while the S&P 500 drifted 2.28 points lower to 1,802.48. The Nasdaq edged up 2.92 points to 3,994.57 after earlier pushing through the 4,000-threshold for the first time since September 2000.Beyond Iran, attention is focused on the end of the week when investors get an indication of the success of the unofficial start of the U.S. holiday shopping season, otherwise known as Black Friday, so-called as it marks the start of the period when retailers make most of their money for the year.But prior to that, trading will likely start to wind down somewhat ahead of American Thanksgiving on Thursday, when U.S. markets will be closed. New York markets are open for a half-session on Friday.Also in the background are concerns that the U.S. Federal Reserve may decide to start cutting back on its US$85 of monthly bond purchases if economic performance allows. Those purchases have kept long-term rates low and encouraged investors to pile into the equity markets, resulting in the S&P 500 charging ahead 27% year to date.However, an increasing number of investors believe that stocks have run their course for 2013 and are due for a pullback soon.“I would like to see this market take a breather,” said Jim Lauder, a fund manager for Wells Fargo Advantage Dow Jones Target Date Funds in New York.The energy sector was down almost 1%. The January crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell 75 cents to US$94.09 a barrel, even though the agreement does not loosen sanctions on Iran’s oil exports.The deal with Tehran announced on the weekend raises the possibility that a more comprehensive agreement would eventually allow Iran to restore oil production to pre-sanctions levels. That could add one million barrels of oil a day to world markets, which would be enough to meet the entire global growth in demand for 2014 projected by the International Energy Agency.Suncor Energy (TSX:SU) gave back 72 cents to C$37.24.The base metals sector shed about 1% with December copper up a penny at US$3.22 a pound. Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B) lost 43 cents to C$26.07.The TSX gold sector was down well over 1% during the session but ended up flat as increased risk appetite pushed December bullion down $2.90 to US$1,241.20 an ounce. Agnico Eagle Mines (TSX:AEM) gained 48 cents to $28.04 while Detour Gold Corp. (TSX:DGC) fell 50 cents or 11.7% to $3.77 amid an announcement that company founder and CEO Gerald Panneton has resigned, effective immediately.Industrials led advancers as Canadian Pacific Railway (TSX:CP) improved by $2.07 to $161.11.In corporate news, auto parts maker Martinrea International (TSX:MRE) was a major TSX decliner, down 77 cents or 8.37% to $8.43. The slide followed a 13% drop Friday, when it crossed below its 200-day moving average, an important technical indicator.Shares in Canadian cheese giant Saputo (TSX:SAP) were six cents higher to $48.60 after the company sweetened its bid for Australia’s oldest dairy processor. The company is offering A$9.20 per share if it acquires a majority of Warrnambool Cheese and Butter shares, which adds 20 cents per share to its unconditional offer and bests offers from two local rivals.TOP STORIESNew BlackBerry boss ousts firm’s top three execs in major shakeupDavid Rosenberg: The case for staying totally investedOil economies brace for major shakeup in energy sector when flood of Iranian oil hits marketBanks could withstand housing collapse, but consumers vulnerable, warns top financial watchdog WHAT’S ON DECK TUESDAYECONOMIC NEWSUNITED STATES8:30 a.m.Building permits (Oct) 9 a.m.S&P Case-Shiller home price index: Economists expect 0.9% rise from the month before, 13% year over year FHFA House price index (Sept, Q3) Economists expect 0.4% rise from month before, 2% (Q3) rise year over year 10 a.m.Conference Board consumer confidence index (Nov): Economists expect a reading of 72.6, up from last month CORPORATE NEWSCANADAAlimentation Couche-tard Inc Q2 earnings: Analysts expect $1.22 a share UNITED STATESAnalog Devices, Inc. Q4 earnings: Analyts expect 58¢ a share Hewlett-Packard Q4 earnings: Analyts expect US$1 a share Hormel Foods Corp. Q4 earnings: Analyts expect 54¢ a share Pall Corp. Q4 earnings: Analyts expect 69¢ a share Tiffany & Co. Q3 earnings: Analyts expect 58¢ a share read more

US President urges UN Member States to confront profound new challengesUS President urges UN Member States to confront profound new challenges

‹ › “I’ve made it clear that even when America’s core interests are not directly threatened, we stand ready to do our part to prevent mass atrocities and protect basic human rights. But we cannot and should not bear that burden alone,” Mr. Obama said.Turning to Syria, where, he said, “peaceful protests against an authoritarian regime were met with repression and slaughter,” and in the face of such carnage, many retreated to their sectarian identifies – Alawites and Sunni, Christian and Kurd – and the situation spiralled into civil war, the international community recognized the stakes early on, “but our response has not matched the scale of the challenge.”Mr. Obama said that Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s traditional allies have “propped him up,” citing principles of sovereignty to shield his regime. And on 21 August, the regime used chemical weapons in an attack that “killed more than 1,000 people, including hundreds of children.”He said that the crisis in Syria and the destabilization of the region goes to the heart of broader challenges that the international community must now confront. Putting key questions before Member States, he asked: “How should we respond to conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa? How do we address the choice of standing callously by while children are subjected to nerve gas, but we’re embroiling ourselves in someone else’s civil war? What is the role of the use of force?”He said that the US believed that as a starting point, the international community must enforce the ban on chemical weapons. When he had stated his willingness to order a limited strike against the Assad Government in response to the brazen use of chemical weapons, “I did not do so lightly. I did so because I believe it is in the national security interests of the United States and in the interest of the world to meaningfully enforce a prohibition whose origins are older than the United Nations itself.”The Syrian Government took a first step by giving an accounting of its stockpiles. Now, he said, there must be a strong Security Council resolution to verify that Damascus is keeping its commitments. “And there must be consequences if they fail to do so. If we cannot agree even on this, then it will show that the United Nations is incapable of enforcing the most basic of international laws.”He did not believe that military action by those within Syria or by external powers can achieve a lasting peace, nor that the US or any nation should determine who will lead Syria. “That is for the Syrian people to decide,” he said, welcoming the influence of all nations that can help bring about a peaceful resolution. As negotiations continue on the holding of an international peace conference on Syria, he urged UN Member States to step up to meet humanitarian needs in Syria and surrounding countries. On Iran, he acknowledged the deeply rooted mistrust between the two countries, dating back to 1979. And while he did not believe such difficult history could be overcome overnight, he did believe that if Washington and Tehran could resolve the issue of Iran’s nuclear programme, “that can serve as a major step down a long road toward a different relationship, one based on mutual interests and mutual respect.”Insisting that Tehran meet its responsibilities under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and Security Council resolutions, he also noted that Iran’s supreme leader has issued a fatwah against the development of nuclear weapons. And President Hassan Rouhani has just recently reiterated that Iran will never develop a nuclear weapon.Mr. Obama said he was directing US Secretary of State John Kerry to pursue a diplomatic course with the Iranian Government in close cooperation with the European Union, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia and China. As for the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, he said that the US will never compromise its commitment to Israel’s security, nor its support for its existence as a Jewish State. Likewise, the US remains committed to the belief that the Palestinian people have a right to live with security and dignity in their own sovereign State. “The time is now ripe for the entire international community to get behind the pursuit of peace. Already, Israeli and Palestinian leaders have demonstrated a willingness to take significant political risks,” he said, urging Member States to be willing to take risks as well. “Friends of Israel, including the United States, must recognize that Israel’s security as a Jewish and democratic State depends on the realization of a Palestinian State,” he said, adding that Arab States and those who support the Palestinians must recognize that stability will only be served through a two-State solution and a secure Israel.Later in the day UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with President Obama and, according to a readout issued by a spokesman for the UN chief, the two discussed the situation in Syria, and agreed on the importance of continued UN engagement on the issue of Syrian chemical weapons, as well as the importance of a political solution and the need to avoid further loss of life. Further to the readout, Mr. Ban and Mr. Obama discussed relations between the United States and Iran, and the importance of progress on the nuclear file. In addition, they discussed ongoing efforts in support of Somalia, Mali, Congo, Human Rights and UN reform. President Obama is escorted to the podium by UN Chief of Protocol Yoon Yeocheol at the opening of the general debate. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meets with President Barack Obama of the United States of America. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas President Barack Obama meets with General Assembly President John Ashe. UN Photo/Evan Schneider (Left to right) Anilla Cherian, wife of General Assembly President John Ashe, Yoo Soon-taek, wife of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; Michelle Obama, First Lady of the United States, and Hayrünnisa Gül, First Lady of Turkey. UN Photo/Mark Garten US Secretary of State John Kerry listens as President Obama addresses the General Assembly. Also pictured are US Ambassador Samantha Power and US National Security Advisor Susan Rice. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe With the world facing a raft of “profound new challenges,” United States President Barack Obama challenged United Nations Member States today to evince the courage and determination to act decisively “when the breakdown of societies is so great [and] the violence against civilians so substantial.” “This body continues to be tested. The question is whether we possess the wisdom and the courage as […] members of an international community, to squarely meet those challenges: whether the United Nations can meet the test of our time,” Mr. Obama said, addressing the General Assembly’s annual General Debate.Indeed, he said, the leaders that had built the UN understood that humanity could not survive the course it was on. For decades the Organization has made a difference: eradicating disease, educating children and brokering peace. But as new challenges continued to arise, three will be times when the international community is called upon to act, stated Mr. Obama.“This will require new thinking and some very tough choices. While the United Nations was designed to prevent wars between States, increasingly we face the challenge of preventing slaughter within States,” he said, emphasizing that such challenges will grow more pronounced as the international community is confronted with States that are fragile or failing, “places where horrendous violence can put innocent men, women and children at risk with no hope of protection from their national institutions.” read more

Judges announced for DisruptMining 2018 eventJudges announced for DisruptMining 2018 event

first_imgIndustry leaders in mining, technology, venture capital aim to select next big idea eligible for $1 million investment. Goldcorp has announced the five ‘sharks’ who will judge the next #DisruptMining challenge, an event designed to encourage innovators from all sectors to collaborate and accelerate solutions to some of the biggest challenges and opportunities in mining, an industry notoriously slow to innovate.The event provides an opportunity to showcase exponential technologies and ideas in front of a live audience of over one thousand industry leaders. An international panel of industry leaders representing mining, technology and venture capital will award one of three finalists the opportunity to negotiate a $1 million investment in their technology, company or idea.Finalists will pitch their disruptive technology or idea “shark-tank” style to:Blanca Treviño, President & CEO, Softtek and Director of GoldcorpGeorge Salamis, President & CEO, Integra ResourcesRob McEwen, Founder and CEO, McEwen MiningVeronica Knott, University of British Columbia Mining Engineering student and 2017 Engineers Canada Gold Medal Student Award recipientWal van Lierop, President & CEO, Chrysalix Venture CapitalThe #DisruptMining innovation accelerator challenge will take place Sunday, March 4, 2018 in Toronto and submissions will be accepted from January 2 to 16, 2018. Additional details can be found on the #DisruptMining website at Treviño, President & CEO, Softtek, the leading information technology services company in Latin America, and a Director of Goldcorp. Named one of the ten most powerful women in Mexico, and widely recognized as one of the most influential executives in Latin America, Blanca is a frequent presenter at international forums related to entrepreneurship, IT and the role of women in business. In addition to Goldcorp, Blanca is a board member of Walmart Mexico, and an independent member to the board of the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), the Mexican government agency in charge of the national electrical system.George Salamis, President & CEO, Integra Resources, and past Executive Chairman of Integra Gold where he led the 2016 Integra Gold Rush Challenge and co-hosted last year’s #DisruptMining challenge with Goldcorp. Integra Gold was an early adopter of artificial intelligence to help identify high-value gold exploration targets.  According to Salamis, “The mining industry needs to embrace radical new ideas.  After doing the same thing for decades and expecting different results, mining needs to consider the opportunities disruption can bring to the industry.”Rob McEwen, Founder and CEO, McEwen Mining, former CEO of Goldcorp. Rob launched the original crowd-sourced exploration contest in 2000 with the “Goldcorp Challenge”, which led to the discovery of over $6 billion worth of gold in the Red Lake District.  Throughout his career, Rob hasn’t been afraid to challenge convention.  “Don’t stand in line, as you’ll only get to the front as fast as the person in front of you,” says McEwen. “I have been closely watching what companies like Amazon, Airbnb and Uber are doing, crossing industry lines very quickly. We are seeing the invasion of industries by companies that suddenly appear and I’m waiting for that to happen to mining. We need to keep our eyes open and our heads turning. #DisruptMining allows our industry to embrace new technologies and be experimental, faster. Kudos to Goldcorp for continuing to accelerate the pace of innovation for the benefit of our entire industry.”Veronica Knott, University of British Columbia Mining Engineering student and winner of the 2017 Engineers Canada Gold Medal Student Award, recognizing her work toward making engineering more inclusive and diverse. “If you want to make change, be ready to put in the time and effort, be prepared to fail, and be okay with criticism,” says Knott. “The faster you eliminate ideas and incorporate key learnings as you go, the closer you’ll get to a breakthrough that makes a big difference.”Wal van Lierop, President & CEO, Chrysalix Venture Capital, a venture capital company that builds, mentors and connects high-growth companies, bringing disruptive innovation to the world’s largest industries by focusing on where technology meets physical science. The firm is backed by more than 20 international blue-chip industrial and financial investors and was named ‘Financial Investor of the Year’ as part of the 2017 Global Cleantech 100 Awards. Its investments include breakthrough technologies in 3D steel printing, fast charging electric vehicle infrastructure, emissions-free solar steam, smart mining and nuclear fusion. Van Lierop is an advocate for the Canadian government’s innovation agenda to become the No. 1 developer and exporter of sustainable industrial innovations, transforming mining, hydrocarbons and forestry, rather than abandoning these sources of Canadian prosperity.At a live event taking place March 4, 2018 during the annual Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference, three finalists will have the opportunity to negotiate up to $1 million in investment for a proof of concept at one of Goldcorp’s mines or direct investment in the winning technologies.1 The #DisruptMining challenge seeks innovation in the following categories:1.Feed the long-term pipeline for metals2.Enhance productivity, efficiency and automation3.Improve safety4.Reduce environmental footprint5.Facilitate open and transparent markets6.”Go rogue” wildcard category.last_img read more

Fears for George Mansons safety as search continuesFears for George Mansons safety as search continues

first_imgGARDAÍ SEARCHING FOR George Manson have say they are concerned for his welfare as the search continues around the Wicklow area.The 76-year-old’s car was found close to the army rifle range in the Manor Kilbride area yesterday.George Manson was last seen in Stillorgan  in Dublin on Sunday. He was wearing black trousers and a maroon-coloured, v-necked jumper. His is described as 5′ 6″ in height, of slim build with grey hair and a moustache.The silver Ford Mondeo with registration plate 11 D 35116 was reportedly sighted in the Wicklow vicinity on the afternoon of Sunday, 18 May.Gardaí have renewed their appeal for the public’s assistance to trace his whereabouts. Anyone with information is asked to contact them at the local station on 01 666 5200 or the Confidential Line.Three garda dog teams, the Coast Guard helicopter and local search and rescue volunteers have been deployed to help in the search.The Glen of Imaal Mountain Rescue Team said today that the search is ongoing and it is providing assistance.Read: Coast guard helicopter and garda dog teams join search for missing 76-year-old manlast_img read more

BP Announces Sale Of Entire Business In Alaska To HilcorpBP Announces Sale Of Entire Business In Alaska To Hilcorp

first_imgBob Dudley, BP group chief executive, said: “Alaska has been instrumental in BP’s growth and success for well over half a century and our work there has helped shape the careers of many throughout the company. However, we are steadily reshaping BP and today we have other opportunities, both in the US and around the world, that are more closely aligned with our long-term strategy and more competitive for our investment.” Under the terms of the agreement, Hilcorp will pay BP a total of $5.6 billion, comprising of $4 billion payable near-term and $1.6 billion through an earnout thereafter. This is subject to state and federal approval.The sale will include BP’s entire upstream and midstream business in the state, including BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc., that owns all of BP’s upstream oil and gas interests in Alaska, and BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc.’s interest in the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS). Approximately 1,600 employees are currently associated with BP’s Alaska business and BP is committed to providing clarity about their future as soon as possible as part of the transition process with Hilcorp, according to the release. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享BP announced on Tuesday that it has agreed to sell its entire business in Alaska to Hilcorp Alaska, based in Anchorage. The transaction is expected to be completed in 2020, according to the release.center_img It also holds non-operating interests in the Liberty project and exploration lease interests in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). In addition to shares in TAPS and its operator the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, BP is divesting its midstream interests in the Milne Point Pipeline and the Point Thomson Pipeline. BP’s net oil production from Alaska in 2019 is expected to average almost 74,000 barrels a day. BP operates Prudhoe Bay, with a working interest of 26%, and holds non-operating interests in the producing Milne Point and Point Thomson fields.last_img read more

Capital New York Implements PaywallCapital New York Implements Paywall

first_img“The enticement is that people who subscribe know exactly what they’re going to get,” says Jim VandeHei, president and CEO, in a call. “When they roll out of bed they know they’re going to have a newsletter ready, whiteboards throughout the day and stories that are smart.”Capital New York has yet to release a public announcement about the transition to a paid system, but VandeHei did say the move was modeled after parent company Politico.“Everything we’re doing at Capital is informed by success at Politico,” VandeHei says. “Will [our audience] respond the same way Politico readers did? We think so.”Washington D.C.-based Politico acquired Capital New York in September 2013 with grand plans for a Website redesign, premium-priced content verticals and even an 8,000-circulation magazine for readers in New York City and Albany, NY launching on Jan. 27.Capital New York has been able to grow traffic since its acquisition, now reaching over 650,000 readers and 1.3 million page views per month. VandeHei anticipates growing the audience base thanks to the lure and quality of published content that resonates outside the micro-verticals available on the free part of the Website.The long-term goal is to achieve a 50-50 distribution in revenue breakdown between advertising and subscriptions. Politico currently receives 70 percent of its revenue from advertisers and only 30 percent from subscribers. VandeHei is optimistic that Capital New York can reach that 50-50 target.“You’re not going to pay $7,500 for casual news,” says VandeHei. “We’re providing actionable news that’s important and useful and our audience knows that.” Capital New York, a city-centric news publication that targets city and state politics and the media industry at large, will implement a paywall next month for its three verticals—City Hall, Albany and Media—in February.The news, which Adweek broke Monday, comes without much fanfare as the initial decision was announced last November alongside the unveiling of a plan to relaunch its Website in December 2013.Capital New York is offering select organizations a discounted rate prior to the paywall going up. After going into effect, the price for five licenses will cost up to $5,990 annually.Capital New York subscribers will gain access to dozens of stories and real-time daily alerts in addition to an exclusive morning newsletter, customizable breaking news items for mobile devices and what they call “the whiteboard” for alerts on proprietary in-depth news stories.last_img read more

Tata Groups Indian Hotels to move Supreme Court in Taj Mansingh HotelTata Groups Indian Hotels to move Supreme Court in Taj Mansingh Hotel

first_imgIndian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), which owns the Taj chain of hotels worldwide, has said that it would challenge the decision of the Delhi High Court that dismissed the company’s petition to prevent Delhi’s civic body NDMC from auctioning Taj Mansingh hotel in the country’s capital.IHCL had got the 3.78 acre property on lease by the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) on October 10, 1978 on a 33-year lease that expired in 2011. The agreement between NDMC and IHCL envisaged the civic body to construct the property, while IHCL would operate and maintain it. After the end of the lease, NDMC decided to auction the property, while the company objected to it.The company filed an injunction petition in April 2013 against the NDMC to restrain the civic body from going ahead with the auction. The petition was dismissed by a judge of the Delhi High Court on September 5, 2016.IHCL filed a plea against this decision with a division bench of the Delhi High Court, which upheld the September judgement on Thursday (October 27), paving the way for the auction of the hotel. As a last effort, the company intends to challenge it in the apex court.”The company proposes to challenge the dismissal of appeal in the Supreme Court,” IHCL said in a regulatory filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), referring to the October order.IHCL will be announcing its second quarter (Q2) results on November 4.last_img read more

Bengaluru is Indias most studentfriendly city here is global top 10 listBengaluru is Indias most studentfriendly city here is global top 10 list

first_img(Representational image)Spencer Platt/Getty ImagesBengaluru has been rated the best city for students in India. Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai came second, third and fourth, respectively, in the QS Best Student Cities ranking, compiled by global education consultancy QS Quacquarelli Symonds. The list was released on Wednesday, July 31.The 2019 global rankings inspected 120 cities across the world. The feedback from the current and prospective international students was also looked into.The list took the cost of living, job opportunities, number of universities as well as performances, quality of life and the diversity of the student body into consideration.London has been named the most student-friendly city globally, followed by Tokyo, Melbourne, Munich and Berlin.Bengaluru featured on the 81st position in the global ranking scale, followed by Mumbai in the 85th place. Delhi is on the 113th position and Chennai on 115th.Bengaluru houses many of India’s top universities, including Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore University, Ramaiah University, Christ University, REVA, and Acharya University.”Our ranking looks at cities that are attractive to students and in particular, to the international ones. As India’s main priority is to meet its domestic, rapid growth access to higher education, some of our criteria penalize the Indian megalopolis featured,” Ben Sowter, the research director at QS was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.”Nevertheless, it is encouraging to see Bengaluru’s debut at the top of the national list and to see Mumbai growing in popularity among students. Both Delhi and Chennai perform very well on the affordability criterion, an aspect that it is essential to sustain the internal demand for university education,” he added.Here is the list of the top 10 student-friendly cities in the world:2019201920182018CitiesCities2019120181CitiesLondon2019220182CitiesTokyo2019320183CitiesMelbourne 2019420186CitiesMunich 2019520187CitiesBerlin2019620184CitiesMontreal2019720185CitiesParis2019820188CitiesZurich2019920189CitiesSydney201910201810CitiesSeoul 1010Seoul 75Paris 88Zurich 46Munich  57Berlin 22Tokyocenter_img 33Melbourne  64Montreal 11London 99Sydney 20192018Citieslast_img read more

Bengaluru mayor pays Rs 500 fine for using plasticBengaluru mayor pays Rs 500 fine for using plastic

first_imgTwitterBengaluru Mayor Gangambike Mallikarjun was fined Rs 500 by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, after a video of her gifting Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa a dry fruits basket covered with plastic wrap went viral.Ironically, the Bengaluru mayor has been actively campaigning against the use of plastic.Mallikarjun accepted her mistake and after she was heavily criticised by environmentalists for her hypocrisy. Karnataka: Bengaluru Mayor Gangambike Mallikarjun paid Rs 500 fine for presenting a gift wrapped in plastic to Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa. Plastic was banned by Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) in 2016.— ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2019 Stating that she needs to set an example for the residents of Bengaluru, the mayor told Deccan Herald, “I don’t know who bought the dry fruits basket wrapped in plastic. Nevertheless, I admit to my mistake and am willing to be punished. Being the mayor of the city, I should set an example to the others. On Saturday, I’ll pay a fine of Rs 500 to the special commissioner (Solid Waste Management).”She added that through the KMC Act, the city is enabling fines for use of plastic.In 2018, BBMP banned the use of plastic and began imposing a fine of Rs 1,000 on those seen carrying plastic bags. The civic body has collected Rs 32.96 lakh as fine till now, DH reported. In addition to this, over 9,000 shops and 4,000 street vendors have been raided by the BBMP and 13.3 tonnes of plastic has been recovered.last_img read more

Houstons Solar Use Grows But Still Lags Behind Other Texas CitiesHoustons Solar Use Grows But Still Lags Behind Other Texas Cities

first_imgHouston gets plenty of sun, but it’s not doing enough to turn that sunshine into power.File photoRooftop solar panels and the Houston skylineThat’s the finding from a new Environment Texas report that looks at a variety of data sources to track how much solar the nation’s 50 most populated cities are using.San Antonio made the top 10 list for installed solar capacity, while Austin came in 16th. Houston fared a little worse, coming in at 33rd. But Environment Texas Director Luke Metzger says there are some recent positive signs.“We’re seeing encouraging growth in the solar capacity for the city, going up by about a third,” he says. “And at the same time we’re seeing the municipal government make big investments in utility-scale solar.”Mayor Sylvester Turner has supported solar growth. He praised a recently-expanded deal for the city to buy all the power – 50 megawatts – from a new West Texas solar farm.Still, the report says Houston isn’t living up to its potential. Metzger says only .2% of the city’s rooftops have solar panels. The group argues a big reason for the slow growth is a lack of incentives from local utilities. Globally, solar is increasingly competitive against some traditional energy sources, but rooftop panels are still too expensive for many homeowners. Listen X 00:00 /01:05 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Sharelast_img read more

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Initiative (PSI) a programme aimed at preventing nuclear or missile related equipment being illegally shipped to ‘states of concern’ What will interest Bolton is whether there is a continuing pattern of nuclear assistance taking place particularly after Pyongyang claimed it tested a miniaturised nuclear weapon inAugust 2017?The parameters collected would be of immense interest to both Pakistan and China The likelihood of either or both financing the North Korean tests — which costs a prohibitive amount of money — is possible Indian intelligence agencies therefore need to exert themselves in this direction to provide grist to the Bolton mill of non-proliferation Bolton’s views on Iran are similarly harsh His own writing on the subject— and he writes a lot — is unequivocal calling it former president Barack Obama’s “diplomatic waterloo” which is as clear as it could possibly get While Bolton is widely known to have been the architect of the war against Iraq there was also enough to indicate that he would have liked to have extended this to Iran as well in one broad sweep of regime change Thankfully that didn’t take place At present however Bolton and his coterie are driven by the fear that the Ayatollahs are still fixated on getting a nuclear weapon for themselves Unfortunately this is a view shared by many most worryingly by Trump himself The hard fought nuclear deal by the earlier administration is however the bedrock of regional stability and as such is also vital for Indian security Though India has now begun the process of investment in our national currency the difficulties inherent to balancing our Iran policy with an intransigent US administration is likely to be fraught with difficulties The most problematic area of concern is likely to be Pakistan Bolton’s knowledge and more importantly his concerns about Pakistan are largely limited to its nuclear weapons and not terrorism per se Following the killing of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan and the ensuing anger in the US Bolton argued that cutting aid was not an option since Pakistan’s nuclear weapons (from 60-100) could fall into the hands of radicals This seems to point to a very poor knowledge about the dynamics inherent to Pakistan’s proxy war strategy and its shrewd rattling of a nuclear sabre in aid of this The most recent statements attributed to Bolton where he warned that as a nuclear capable terrorist country Pakistan would be “like Iran or North Korea on steroids” typifies this view and underlines what his foremost concerns are: Of Pakistani nuclear weapons falling into the wrong hands Expect that in the coming days Pakistani analysts will be sent far and wide to take about just how unstable their country is likely to get in the midst of an upswing in radicalism and ergo the need for American aid to prevent such a horror Hopefully however Trump has Pakistan’s measure A businessman to the core he would still want to know what he gets out of his billions in aid Bolton as NSA will certainly retain all crusading convictions against the bad guys in part because this is what the American public likes to hear But going adventuring abroad goes against the grain of Trump’s beliefs that the administration should concentrate on building America and leave the rest of the world to chase itself round the block Bolton’s policies on North Korea and Iran are therefore likely to be tempered by Trump even as he gives free rein to his NSA to build up the military and modernise the nuclear arsenal Another round of nuclear one-upmanship is inevitable particularly in anti-ballistic missile technologies India has no particular reason to fear a hardening of policy other than on trade and that was inevitable anyway However it might well consider speeding up ways to get around the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act 2010 and allow the India-US nuclear deal to reach its full potential so that US entry into the lucrative nuclear energy business can be facilitated Money talks always to neocons and liberals alike Explosive data Bland cover muffles alarm over shrinking budgets National Science Board A new analysis by the National Science Board reveals that the recent cuts in state support for the most research-intensive public universities in the United States have not occurred uniformly across the country But the board the oversight body for the National Science Foundation (NSF) warns that in toto the reductions are making it harder for those elite institutions to train the next generation of scientists and engineers and carry out world-class research The mixed picture of state spending patterns emerges from a report issued today that expands on information contained in the 2012 edition of the biennial Science and Engineering Indicators released in February Indicators is NSF’s statistical bible on the global science and engineering enterprise Indicators had already reported that state funding for the country’s 101 top public universities declined by an average of 20% on a per-student basis between 2002 and 2010 But that average hides considerable variation according to the new report For example New York with the 10th largest student population enrolled at its four research-intensive public universities has enjoyed a 72% increase in per-student funding from the state That’s the biggest jump for any state Wyoming with only one such institution ranked in the top 100 by research funding is close behind at 62% At the same time only three other states—Alaska North Dakota and Delaware—received a boost from state legislators in per-capita spending at their research-intensive universities (California has the most such institutions in the top 101 with nine followed by five each for Florida and Virginia Twenty-two states have a single public university on the list) And at none did the increase top 10% In comparison per-capita spending has declined over the decade in nine of the 10 states with the largest number of students enrolled in public research universities Four experienced a decline of at least 30% topped by a 37% drop at Illinois’ three such universities The state with the largest student enrollment California has suffered a 30% drop in per-capita support The squeeze on state budgets from the great recession of 2008 isn’t the only reason for the overall decline in per-capita state support however Recessions often trigger an increase in enrollment as unemployed workers go back to school to upgrade their job skills college graduates pursue advanced degrees and students feel more pressure to obtain a college degree Thus 47 of the 50 states saw enrollments rise over the decade and in four the growth exceeded 30% That double whammy—more students and fewer state dollars—has accelerated the spending decline on a per-capita basis "The Nation’s public research universities play a vital role in preparing the next generation of innovators" writes board chair Dan Arvizu in an introduction to the 34-page report "[T]he Board is 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and Gujarat; of Tamils in Karnataka; of Christians in Kandhamal.Shah Rukh Khan turns host, It’s the energy you bring to your job. Ganeshan pointed out, with Musharraf himself interceding, Noor also stars Purab Kohli, He added,“I’m taking characters that people know and putting them in unfamiliar places and moving them on this greater journey” Lang’s return as the chief bad guy who Cameron has previously compared to Star Wars villain Darth Vader is perhaps unsurprising considering Sigourney Weaver is returning for the sequels despite her character Dr Grace Augustine dying in the 2009 blockbuster Recently the four sequels were given release dates by 20th Century Fox starting December 18 2020 the rest coming on December 17 2021 December 20 2024 and December 19 2025 respectively The first installment in the series released on December 18 2009 Actor Joel David Moore is set to reprise his role as scientist Norm Spellman in the upcoming Avatar sequels Moore joins fellow returnees Zoe Saldana Sam Worthington and Sigourney Weaver as well as recently announced newcomer Cliff Curtis reported Deadline (With inputs from agencies) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsUpdated: February 19 2014 1:14 pm Related News As nicks go this one seemed pretty straightforward Though in umpire Steve Davis’ opinion the ball had touched nothing but thin air And the only man who seemed to agree with him at least by the looks of it was Virat Kohli If there was any guilt you couldn’t have made it out from his body language His head only came up after he was sure that Davis hadn’t lifted his index-finger He remained poker-faced It was a crucial reprieve as far as India were concerned The series might have been lost but there was a Test match to be saved still As far as Kohli was concerned however this was also his final chance to ensure that he didn’t leave New Zealand without a Test ton Something that he’d done on his first visit to both Australia and SA By the time the two teams decided to shake hands and bring the series to an anticlimactic end Kohli had pocketed another overseas century He had also saved India the blushes of a whitewash With his unbeaten 105 he had also achieved what few other Indians had before him— of recording a three-figure score in his first visit to three different countries outside the sub-continent Kohli had in a way conquered the southern hemisphere His attractive rearguard effort in Wellington was also another illustration of why he’s spoken of in a different light than his peers For it’s always been this insatiable hunger for runs that has separated the really good batsmen from the record-breakers While he might still be a long way off matching the likes of Sachin Tendulkar in terms of numbers Kohli has already proved that match situations or conditions rarely come in the way of his craving for runs and tons If anything even the opposition attack is only incidental At Adelaide in 2012 India were already 3-0 down in the series when Kohli came to the fore His ton at the Wanderers two months back came against a fired-up Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel Here Tim Southee and Trent Boult had a fifth-day wicket with variable bounce to play with But it was Kohli who lit up the final day with his stroke play Of his 15 boundaries five came off pull shots each one demonstrating his fearlessness against short-pitched bowling He also played a number of delectable drives down the wicket especially a couple of on-driven ones to avoid the catcher placed in front of the non-striker on the off-side Kohli’s obsession with batting can even be discerned during practice sessions where he is easily the most difficult to dislodge from the nets There was of course no way that Kohli was giving Davis any hints of having edged the ball at the Basin Bharat is a principal correspondent based in Mumbai bharatsundaresan@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News This is the reality of Gujarat model. but hindsight is 20/20. but it leaves out a whole world of economic inequalities that plague women.

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In the same group, In Group B, The reports were sent to the Crime Branch last week. It wasn’t the dream I’d hoped for.But although Marc and I are no longer together he is the father of my children So I have to work to make things right and that is by far the hardest work I do” Lopez said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: December 7 2016 3:58 pm Karan Johar is now Dil Hai Hindustani judge He reveals he was once advised by his mother not to sing in school competition Related News Filmmaker Karan Johar who will be judging a singing reality show Dil Hai Hindustani says he himself can’t sing at all “It’s my first singing show I can’t sing at all I have zero knowledge about singing but I do understand Hindustani music Bollywood music For judging the show we have Shekhar Ravjiani Shalmali Kholgade Badshah to look at the technicalities I will look for the X factor in a person”Karan told reporters here at the launch of the show “I have seen the talent (contestants) on the show I must say they are amazing My mind was blown away when I saw people from abroad singing Indian songs I was impressed” he said Karan reveals he was once advised by his mother not to sing in school competition “There was a talent parade in my school I was eight years old and I used to understand music Sur but my mother had told me that I should either recite a poem or give a speech but don’t sing I thought singing English song will be good idea but I was asked to leave I have knowledge of music but I can’t sing” he added More from the world of Entertainment: The 44-year-old filmmaker is a fan of late Mohammed Rafi”I like all Mohammed Rafi songs there is melody romance sweetness and sadness I like Asha Bhosale’s rendition of ‘Lag Jaa Gale’ it’s my most favourite song I listen to it all the time” he adds Also read |Celebrities are guarded this time on Koffee with Karan feels host KaranJohar “I hope people will sing songs from the past Right from 40s to 70s the music was phenomenal We had Madan Mohan S D Burman R D Burman Shankar Jaikishen…we had amazing people I don’t think we can compete with those melodies I hope contestants will take us down memory lane” Karan has been judging a dance reality show and talent reality show as well “I am judging for six years I can do PhD in judging” he said jokingly For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 10 2017 2:38 am Top News THE MUMBAI COLLECTOR’s office sealed the Malavani depot of the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) for two hours on Thursday afternoon The office in Borivli was sealed after the revenue department complained against the BEST for allegedly not paying land usage dues Watch What Else Making News In 1986 the BEST was given possession of almost 28000 sqkm of the 40000-sqkm area owned by the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) and was asked to pay a revised cost to obtain the remaining portion While the BEST claims to have paid the required amount the collector’s office has denied it “For two hours revenue officers sealed the record room at Malavani bus depot claiming non-payment on our side for the land usage After senior BEST officials had a word with the Collector’s office the matter was resolved” said a senior BEST official “We have made the due payment to the state government However we had appealed to the government against a hike in the land dues as asked by the MHADA We have called for a meeting on Friday with the officials concerned and the Collector’s office to properly assess the situation” the official said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News The action-thriller features Hrithik Roshan as a blind man, Speaking to CNN-News18, adding, Over the years, 2016 1:17 am Top News Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Sunday discussed a development plan for “Zero Mile”, 2015 12:22 am Related News IN A sharp contrast to the prevailing communal discord across the country.

Traditionally, A meeting of BJP MLAs has been convened on Sunday and they would be addressed by the central observers,silently and significantly. Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, 2014 2:31 am Members of the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, however, Shastri has been involved in the game as a player and a commentator for 35 years and this experience is vital when it comes to handling a team which is constantly under pressure from fans and the media. However, I would recommend committing real resources to a club of solid middle-income nations with several shared socio-political characteristics, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 15.

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