Disneys 1stquarter results beat expectations

NEW YORK — The Walt Disney Co.’s first-quarter net income beat expectations as higher revenue from its media networks and theme parks helped offset a weaker movie slate during the quarter.Disney is working on building its streaming offerings by buying 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets for $71.3 billion and launching its Disney Plus service later this year.The entertainment company’s net income fell 37 per cent to $2.79 billion, or $1.86 per share. The drop was due mainly to a hefty benefit from tax changes in the prior-year quarter. Excluding one-time items, net income totalled $1.84 per share. Analysts expected net income $1.54 per share, according to FactSet.The Burbank, California-based company’s revenue slipped less than 1 per cent to $15.3 billion from $15.35 billion last year. That beat analyst expectations of $15.16 billion.The Associated Press read more

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Prosecutor of International Criminal Court looking into recent events in Guinea

The International Criminal Court (ICC) confirmed today that its prosecutor is looking into last month’s events in Guinea, where at least 150 people were killed when security forces opened fire on an opposition rally.“A preliminary examination of the situation has been immediately initiated in order to determine whether crimes falling under the Court’s jurisdiction have been perpetrated,” according to a news release issued by the Court, which is an independent, permanent body that investigates and prosecutes people accused of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.The Court said that the Prosecutor’s Office has taken note of “serious allegations” surrounding the events of 28 September in the capital, Conakry.“From the information we have received, from the pictures I have seen, women were abused or otherwise brutalized on the pitch of Conakry’s stadium, apparently by men in uniform,” said Deputy Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. “This is appalling, unacceptable. It must never happen again. Those responsible must be held accountable,” she added.Top UN officials have condemned the violent suppression of the 28 September demonstration which High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay has characterized as a “blood bath.”Guinea has been a State Party to the Rome Statute, which set up the ICC, since July 2003. “As such the ICC has jurisdiction over war crimes, crimes against humanity or genocide possibly committed in the territory of Guinea or by nationals of Guinea, including killings of civilians and sexual violence,” the Court stated. Other situations under preliminary examination by the ICC Prosecutor include Afghanistan, Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, Georgia, Kenya, and Palestine.Currently, four situations – the Central African Republic (CAR), the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Uganda and the Darfur region of Sudan – are under investigation by the Prosecutor. 15 October 2009The International Criminal Court (ICC) confirmed today that its prosecutor is looking into last month’s events in Guinea, where at least 150 people were killed when security forces opened fire on an opposition rally. read more

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Sierra Leone Council members urge rebel group to fully join in disarmament

Although the DDR programme was progressing reasonably well, Council members expressed concern about the slow progress of the RUF’s disarmament in Bombali district, according to Ambassador Richard Ryan of Ireland, which holds the rotating Presidency of the 15-member body for the month of October. “The members of the Council continue to urge the RUF – and the Civil Defence Force – to participate fully in the DDR programme,” he told reporters. “This is essential to the long-term stability of Sierra Leone.”Ambassador Ryan said concerns raised by the RUF were being addressed but added that they were no excuse for the rebel group to delay the DDR process. The RUF has the opportunity to air such concerns in the tripartite forum meetings which bring it together with the UN Mission in the country (UNAMSIL) and the Government of Sierra Leone. The next such meeting will be held on 11 October, he said.Council members also urged donors to contribute to the trust fund for the DDR programme, Ambassador Ryan said, welcoming the recently announced contributions of Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands. read more

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Top police officer facing criminal probe over evidence given in fatal shooting

A top police officer is facing possible criminal charges over evidence he gave in a fatal shooting case, the police watchdog said.An investigation was launched after concerns were raised about evidence given by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) Assistant Chief Constable Steven Heywood at a public inquiry into the death of Anthony Grainger, who was fatally shot by a firearms officer in 2012.The Independent Office for Police Conduct has now referred its findings to the Crown Prosecution Service as there is “an indication that ACC Heywood may have committed a criminal offence”.Some of ACC Haywood’s notes in a log book may have been written after the shooting, it has been claimed , and not necessarily contemporaneous. He has previously admitted and apologised for his record-keeping, but strongly denies misleading the inquiry.“This was not any great conspiracy from Greater Manchester Police,” he told the hearing. “This is my personal failing as a firearms commander for not doing the paperwork.” The watchdog will consider publishing the findings of its investigations following the publication of the findings of the inquiry and the conclusion of any related proceedings.The public inquiry into the death of Mr Grainger, 36, from Bolton, began in January last year and heard officers relied on out-of-date intelligence and inaccurate briefings. The father-of-two was shot by a firearms officer through the windscreen of a stolen Audi in a car park in Culcheth, Cheshire, on March 3 2012.A GMP spokesman said: “We have received the reports and recommendations from the IOPC related to two serving police officers and now will consider the findings before responding.”It would be inappropriate for us to comment further at this stage.” In reviewing the evidence, we have decided that there is an indication that ACC Heywood may have committed a criminal offenceIOPC statement “Our report, along with supportive evidence, has been shared with the CPS to consider if the following offences have been committed: perverting the course of justice, and misconduct in public office.”The IOPC also investigated Detective Chief Inspector Robert Cousen, who gave evidence to the inquiry as senior investigating officer, but the spokesman said there was no indication Mr Cousen had committed a criminal offence. Anthony Grainger was shot dead by a firearms officer in 2012 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. An IOPC spokesman said: “Our investigation looked at the evidence given by Assistant Chief Constable Steven Heywood at the inquiry, particularly in relation to how he recorded information in his police log book.”In reviewing the evidence, we have decided that there is an indication that ACC Heywood may have committed a criminal offence. Anthony Grainger was shot dead by a firearms officer in 2012 read more

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Calls for government to protect future of Knock Airport

first_imgA LOBBY GROUP based in the west of Ireland has called on the government to back proposals that will protect the future Ireland West Airport at Knock in Mayo.The Council for the West lobby group wants the government to invest some €75 million in the airport over the next five years in a bid to secure the jobs of the 150 people directly employed at the airport.The council claims that this employment supports an additional 900 jobs in the region and provides an annual tourism and related spend of €117 million in the west of Ireland.The future of the airport is currently being studied by an Oireachtas committee.Ireland West Airport has put forward proposals to the government to secure what it calls an “expansion in routes and aviation related business” on foot of plans announced for Shannon Airport last year.These plans included the merging of Shannon Airport and Shannon Development with the creation of 850 new jobs in a bid to make the loss-making airport profitable again and increase passenger numbers.Ireland West Airport has estimated the total cost of this package for Shannon Airport is some €300 million including €100 million of debt financing and is concerned that this will be at the expense of the facility in Knock.The Council for the West said that government policy should be developed in a way that is fair to both airports and it hopes a process outlining a timetable of development for the airport can be concluded by the end of June this year.“The Government has recently received excellent proposals from Ireland West Airport,” said Sean Hannick, chairperson of the Council for the West.“These proposals should be supported and we believe there should be a high-level implementation plan setting out how the Government particularly can assist Ireland West Airport in securing its aviation, enterprise and regional development objectives.”Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Transport Minister Leo Varadkar met with officials from Ireland West Airport in January and agreed that a study should be carried out to develop “strategic growth options for the airport”.The study is being chaired by local Fine Gael TD John O’Mahoney who is also the deputy chair of the Oireachtas Transport Committee. The report is due to be presented to government at the end of May.Previously: Ireland West Airport Knock threatens legal challenge over Shannon planslast_img read more

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Android vs iOS vs Windows Phone 7 A mobile showdown

first_imgIf you’re a first-time smartphone shopper or a current smartphone shopper approaching an upgrade, you may be curious about the mobile platforms that are available. Everyone knows about the iPhone and iPad, and everyone knows about “Droids” (Android is the platform, Droid is one specific brand on Verizon). Often overlooked is the newcomer, Windows Phone. How do the three mobile operating systems stack up?We broke down the three platforms into some of the most distinct categories so you can better understand the differences between them. Let’s take a look…Total DevicesBefore delving into the specifics of each operating system, one of the most important things to know is how many devices you’ll have to choose from. The freely distributed Android has the most devices by a wide margin, in fact there are so many that it’s impossible to get an accurate number.At the time of publication, there are just under 100 Android devices from some of the biggest manufacturers: Samsung, Motorola, HTC, LG, Sony Ericsson, and Acer. But when you add Asus, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Toshiba, and a billion generic or near-generic manufacturers, that total is easily into the hundreds.Meanwhile the younger Windows Phone currently tallies 20 devices, and less-is-more iOS is only available on the 11 models of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.Total appsiOS leads the way with apps. Not only are there more apps in the App Store than in the Android Market, but there is generally more quality and less junk on Apple’s platform (a highly unscientific observation). This could be changing, as the flood of Android devices has led to the lion’s share of the smartphone market. While analysts have been predicting that Android will catch up for over a year now, it hasn’t happened.The Windows Phone Marketplace is the newest of the three platforms, and hasn’t yet found the mass adoption of iOS or Android. When viewed from that light, 43,000+ isn’t a bad number of apps for Microsoft’s mobile platform.Tablet-optimized appsIt’s no coincidence that the market-dominating iPad has the most tablet-optimized apps. Android tablets have been stuck in a vicious Catch-22, where they aren’t selling because they don’t have as many apps, but developers aren’t making apps because they aren’t selling. That will likely change soon (thanks in no small part to the Kindle Fire), but right now the iPad’s app library is utterly dominant.It’s worth noting that the iPad and Android tablets can all run smaller-screen phone apps, but they look better on Android than they do on iOS. The iPad doubles the pixels of iPhone apps, making them look as pixelated as an Atari game (not really, but they definitely don’t look great). While most Android phone apps don’t look so hot stretched to fit a large display, they still look much better than iPhone apps on the iPad. Taking this into consideration, Android tablets have a bit more software support than the above figures suggest.Windows Phone doesn’t run on tablets, instead Microsoft is preparing Windows 8 for future tablets.Unapproved 3rd party appsCasual users may not worry about this stat, but if you want maximum freedom in the software you install, you’ll want to pay attention. Apple and Microsoft both employ the walled garden approach, with apps needing to go through an approval process before being made available for iOS or Windows Phone. The Android Market, meanwhile, allows most anything (aside from malicious content) and you can also install 3rd party apps by sideloading or downloading from the web.iOS and Windows Phone devices require a jailbreak (hack) in order to install unapproved apps. Some Android apps that need core system permissions will require a rooted device, but Android is the obvious victor in terms of app freedom.You can argue that Android’s psuedo-open approach also has downfalls, like a glut of crap apps and less protection from malware, but that’s a debate for another time.4GAndroid is the (present moment) king of 4G. It was first to 4G with Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G, first to LTE with Verizon’s HTC Thunderbolt, and has tons of phones available on all 4G networks.It’s a stretch to say iOS has 4G, but the AT&T version of the iPhone 4S is capable of HSPA+ 14.4Mbps speeds, same as the Motorola Atrix, LG Thrill, and HTC Inspire on Android.Windows Phone has three 4G devices, the Samsung Focus S 4G, Samsung Focus Flash 4G, and HTC Radar 4G. Each runs on either AT&T’s or T-Mobile’s HSPA+ networks.This will change soon, as the next iPhone will probably adopt LTE, and Windows Phone will also eventually expand into that realm.One downside to consider is that LTE devices aren’t, at this moment, particularly battery-friendly. It’s slowly improving, but runtime is a concern on every LTE device on the market.Cloud integrationOne of the buzzwords of 2011, the cloud lets you store your data on remote servers. It can save precious flash storage and help you to effortlessly keep multiple devices in sync. Google is no stranger to the cloud, with Gmail and its numerous free web-based services (Google Music, Google Docs, Google Voice). Aside from contact syncing and limited app backups, Android doesn’t have an integrated cloud service. Android users can, however, use third-party apps like Dropbox or Box.net to access cloud files.Introduced in this Fall’s iOS 5 release, iCloud serves less as direct file storage and more as an invisible syncing of content. Photos, music, contacts, reminders, browser bookmarks, notes, documents, calendar events, and some third-party app content will all stay synced up between iOS devices and Macs. You can also backup your entire device via iCloud. Defined by the lack of effort it requires, iCloud is easily the most advanced — yet simple — cloud service for any device.Microsoft’s SkyDrive is its cloud service, but it isn’t nearly as seamless as iCloud. It doesn’t even come preinstalled on Windows Phone, requiring a marketplace download. Like third-party service Dropbox, SkyDrive is more of a file locker than an invisible syncing service. It requires manual file transfers, so photos, documents, and other data won’t invisibly sync in the background like they do in iCloud.Voice controlAndroid and Windows Phone have had limited voice control for ages, but Apple stole their thunder with the arrival of Siri.Google is reportedly scrambling to come up with its own answer to Siri, but right now Apple’s assistant is in a different league than Android Voice Commands or Microsoft’s Tellme. While the other two platforms allow for dictation and specific voice commands, Siri lets you speak in natural language. It isn’t perfect, and it will improve over the next few years, but it’s more far-reaching, it creates the illusion of a conversation, and it rids you of the burden of memorizing specific commands.The only catch with Siri is that, at this moment, it’s only available on the iPhone 4S. By this time next year, though, Siri will likely be on the iPad 3, iPhone 5, and possibly a new iPod touch. It’s unknown whether Apple will retroactively port Siri to the iPhone 4 and other older devices, but we wouldn’t bet on it.MultitaskingWhile they use different methods, all three platforms now have multitasking. Power users will insist that only Android offers true multitasking, but for most of us, the app-switching experience will be the same on iOS and Windows Phone.All offer switching between apps — playing music, GPS navigation, VoIP calls, email notifications, and many other tasks to happen in the background.NavigationAll platforms offer a variety of voiced turn-by-turn GPS navigation options, but Android has a big advantage. Google Maps Navigation, which is excellent and integrated with Android Voice Commands, is free. There is a growing number of free and cheap navigation apps for all platforms, but few rival Google’s service.SearchBeing Google’s platform, Android is tied to Google search. Few people have a problem with that. Being Microsoft’s platform, Windows Phone is tied to Bing. Many people would have a problem with that.While those platforms offer search that is integrated into the OS, iOS requires you to open the browser to search. The caveat to add is that iPhone 4S owners can search the web from anywhere by querying Siri to “search the web for ___.’ iOS defaults to Google, but also gives you the option to switch the default search engine to Yahoo! or Bing.Continued on page two… 1 2last_img read more

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Protests in Greece follow Golden Dawn killing

first_imgDemonstrations are happening across Greece by anti-fascists groups following the killing of a left-wing activist by a suspected neo-Nazi.A 45-year-old man has allegedly confessed to stabbing of left wing musician Pavlos Fyssas. The suspect is a supporter of far-right party Golden Dawn, which is blamed for a tide of attacks on immigrants.Greece’s deputy PM said it must now be treated as a “criminal organisation”.Evangelos Venizelos, who is the head of the Pasok socialist party, the junior party in the coalition government, said Golden Dawn had “violence as its priority”.He and Prime Minister Antonis Samaras have agreed to use all available legal powers to crack down on the movement, Greek daily Kathimerini reports.Golden Dawn has denied any connection with the killing and has turned on its accusers, calling them “miserable and wretched not only because of their brazen lies and slander but because they are exploiting a tragic event for politicking, to win votes and to divide Greek society”. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Doodle Karl Fabergé le joaillier qui a changé les oeufs en oeuvre

first_imgDoodle : Karl Fabergé, le joaillier qui a changé les oeufs en oeuvre d’artAujourd’hui, 30 mai, Google a décidé de rendre hommage au célèbre joaillier russe Karl Fabergé créateur des mondialement connus Oeufs de Fabergé. Des bijoux en forme d’oeufs de Pâques ornés de métaux et de pierres précieuses. Karl Fabergé est né il y a tout juste 166 ans. C’est désormais devenu une tradition, chaque jour que les équipes de Google sont inspirées, elles remplacent le fameux logo du géant américain par un Doodle tout à fait original et censé rendre hommage à une personne célèbre. Alors il faut bien l’avouer, certains Doodle sont de vraies devinettes qui demandent de se creuser la tête pour comprendre à qui Google a bien pu penser. Mais cette fois-ci, impossible de ne pas le deviner car les objets qui remplacent aujourd’hui les fameuses lettres parlent d’eux-mêmes : des oeufs ornés de mille couleurs et trônant sur des petits piédestaux. Ça ne vous dit rien ? Des bijoux oeufs de Pâques ? En ce 30 mai, c’est en effet à Karl Fabergé, le célèbre joaillier russe que Google a décidé de rendre hommage.  Né le 30 mai 1846 à Saint-Pétersbourg en Russie, Karl Fabergé, de son vrai nom Pierre-Karl Fabergé est le fils d’un joaillier d’origine française Gustave Fabergé et de la Danoise Charlotte Jungstedt. Dès son plus jeune âge, Pierre-Karl est ainsi rapidement plongé dans le monde de la joaillerie et passe le plus clair de son enfance dans la boutique que son père a ouvert à son compte en 1842 à Saint-Pétersbourg. Toutefois, en 1860, la famille déménage à Dresde en Allemagne où Pierre-Karl alors âgé de 18 ans va entamer des études à l’Ecole des Arts et métiers. Comme le font à l’époque de nombreux jeunes gens, l’étudiant décide en 1864 d’entamer un Grand Tour afin de parfaire sa formation. Un long voyage qu’il choisit de réaliser en Europe et au cours duquel il va rencontrer plusieurs orfèvres réputés en Allemagne, en Angleterre et en France. Ce n’est alors qu’en 1872 que Pierre-Karl âgé de 26 ans revient à Saint-Pétersbourg où il épouse une jeune femme du nom de Augusta Julia Jacobs. Bien décidé à continuer d’approfondir sa formation, Fabergé se rapproche de l’artisan Hiskias Pendin, employé par son père qui devient un peu son mentor.Fabergé devient Maitre d’oeuvreEn 1870, Pierre-Karl reprend les rênes de la maison Fabergé toujours aidé par Hiskias Pendin. Toutefois, ce dernier décède quelques années plus tard et laisse le fils Fabergé seul à la tête de la société. Fort de ces années de formation, celui-ci reçoit néanmoins le titre de Maitre d’orfèvre. Ceci lui permet d’utiliser son propre poinçon en plus de celui de l’entreprise et marque ainsi un véritable tournant dans la carrière du joaillier. Peu à peu, la maison Fabergé diversifie ses créations et se met à fabriquer des objets fantaisies en plus des bijoux. En 1882, Karl et son frère Agathon font sensation à l’exposition pan-russe qui se tient à Moscou et à l’issue de laquelle le premier reçoit la médaille d’or de l’Exposition et la médaille de Saint-Stanislas. Néanmoins, au cours de cette même exposition, Karl Fabergé fait également une rencontre qui va s’avérer déterminante dans sa carrière : émerveillé par le travail du joaillier, le Tsar Alexandre III lui commande des boutons de manchettes en forme de cigales. Une commande que le créateur va s’empresser de satisfaire tout comme celles qui vont suivre.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Deux ans plus tard, Karl Fabergé se voit accorder le privilège de devenir le fournisseur de la Cour impériale, ce qui le place en concurrence directe du bijoutier suédois Bolin. Mais le joaillier russe fait largement ses preuves et se fait également reconnaitre au cours des années suivantes par les cours d’Angleterre, de Thaïlande, de Suède et de Norvège. C’est néanmoins en 1985 que Fabergé crée l’une de ces oeuvres les plus célèbres : cette année-là, il fabrique le premier Oeuf de Pâques que le Tsar Alexandre III offre à sa femme Marie Fiodorovna. Bien plus qu’un simple oeuf, l’objet cache en fait une poule multicolore en or, avec à l’intérieur une couronne, et dans la couronne un petit œuf en rubis.Cinquante oeufs créés pour les tsars de Russie L’impératrice est alors tellement ravie que le tsar décide de commander pour elle chaque année un oeuf de Fabergé. Une tradition que va prolonger son fils Nicolas II en commandant deux oeufs tous les ans. Au total, cinquante oeufs impériaux seront créés à partir de pierres semi-précieuses, d’émaux et de métaux nobles qui fournissent ainsi de riches ornements multicolores. Multipliant les commandes, la maison fabrique en 1914 plus de 100.000 pièces et ouvre deux autres magasins, un à Moscou et un à Odessa en Ukraine. En 1918, toutefois, Karl Fabergé quitte la Russie après que le comité des employés de la coopérative K. Fabergé a pris la direction de la société. Le joaillier meurt deux ans plus tard à l’âge de 72 ans à Lausanne en Suisse. Aujourd’hui, le nom comme les oeuvres créatives et multicolores de Karl Fabergé constituent encore une référence dans le monde de la joaillerie. A tel point, qu’il n’est pas rare de voir dans des films ou d’autres oeuvres des clins d’oeil aux fameux oeufs de Fabergé. En novembre 2007, l’un des oeufs du créateur baptisé Rothschild et créé en 1902 s’est d’ailleurs vendu pour pas moins de 12,5 millions d’euros à des enchères tenues à la maison de vente Christie’s.Le 30 mai 2012 à 12:36 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Susos failed new role at AC Milan

first_imgAC Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso has admitted that his plan to move Suso from the right wing into a support striker role failedThe Rossoneri were held to another draw against Torino on Wednesday night with Milan having now failed to win in their past five matches in what has been a challenging month for Gattuso’s side against the likes of Juventus, local rivals Inter Milan, and Napoli.After Lorenzo De Silvestri’s equaliser in the 70th minute for Torino, Gattuso moved Suso to the role of a support striker in a late bid to snatch the three points. However, the move failed to pay off and the head coach admitted his disappointment.“I tried to play Suso as an attacking midfielder but sometimes you also need to see how a player reacts to something new. Sometimes if the players are struggling to do something new it’s better to stick to the plan and do what we can.” said the Italian, according to Calcio Mercato.Maurizio Sarri, JuventusMaurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.Despite the failed move, Suso has had an impressive season at the San Siro and has scored eight goals and made five assists in his 42 appearances in all competitions.The Spaniard has recently reportedly caught the interest of Liverpool with the media in England suggesting that the 24 year-old will complete a move to Anfield in the summer.last_img read more

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After Border Visit Shanahan Seems Supportive of Emergency Declaration

first_imgPhoto by CBS News ADC AUTHOR DOD may commit to help with border construction projects for two to three years, Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan told reporters Saturday after visiting the U.S.-Mexico border near El Paso, Texas, according to a DOD transcript.Shanahan is tasked with finding defense budget money to pay for a border wall following President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency. Shanahan said that after being on the ground, he does see a role for DOD and wants to make sure that’s more than quick triage.One reporter asked if that would interfere with other defense priorities.“Well it’s a priority of the Commander-In-Chief,” Shanahan said. “When you look at the DOD mission, it’s not a traditional mission for us. There’s been a history over… a number of administrations where DOD supports DHS so… it’s not a new precedent.”Here are additional developments on the President’s emergency declaration:Military construction projects that were scheduled to start later this year are the ones most likely to be put on hold to divert money to the border wall, according to Military Times.The House is expected to pass a resolution Tuesday that states formal opposition to the emergency declaration, as USA Today It would trigger a vote in the Senate within 18 days.Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) told KTUU-TV that she would support the Democrats’ resolution. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) indicated last week she would also support it.AP breaks down the resolution and looks at which other Senate Republicans could help the resolution pass, though it’s unlikely to be enough to overturn a promised veto.Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), just back from a two-week Guard deployment to the border, said he agrees it is an emergency that goes beyond immigration. “It’s a security threat, with the amount of drugs coming over the border and the human trafficking that I’ve seen,” he said Sunday on Face the Nation.last_img read more

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Mancherial She Teams to protect women

first_imgMancherial: She Teams are working for the protection and safety of women under Ramagundam Police Commissionerate, stated Inspector Edla Mahesh while speaking at an awareness programme on women’s protection at Singareni Degree College under Mandamarri police station limits in Mancherial district on Thursday. He warned that strict action will be taken on those, who causes trouble to women. Also Read – Two Urban forest parks inaugurated in Hyderabad Advertise With Us Addressing the students, Police Inspector Mahesh said that parents from middleclass and poor background work hard so as to provide good education to their children. So, it is the responsibility of the students to study well to secure a good future and to get good name to their parents. He told the students not to tread on bad path and not to become prey for bad habits, which will ruin not only their career but also their lives. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us At the same time, he told the parents also to keep a check on their wards’ studies. He asked the students to Dial 100 when anyone teases girls in colleges, near bus stops, shopping malls and the police will reach within five to ten minutes and nab the culprits. He assured that the phone numbers of the informers will not be revealed. Mandamarri SI Shiva Kumar, college staff, She Team members, students and others were present at the programme.last_img read more

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Rajbahadur Venkat Ram Reddy remembered on his jayanti in

first_imgWanaparthy: The birth anniversary of late Rajbahadur Venkat Ram Reddy, who is fondly remembered as Kotwal (Police Commissioner) of Hyderabad during the reign of Nizam, was celebrated with grand fervour at his birthplace in Rayanipet village of Kottakota mandal in Wanaparthy district on Thursday.Taking part in the programme, Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy visited Rayanipet village and garlanded the statue of Rajbahadur Venkat Ram Reddy and stated that he was a great visionary leader who had excelled in maintaining law and order during the Nizam rule. Also Read – Techie strangled to death in Hyderabad Advertise With Us Speaking on the occasion, the Agriculture Minister said that Rajbahadur Venkat Ram Reddy was the first Hindu Kotwal of Kingdom of Hyderabad in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is said that during the rule of Nizam, the Kotwal post was a powerful position and it was usually held by Muslims. However, Nizam was impressed with the excellent calibre of Reddy had let him in the post for about 14 years. Being a Hindu from the Muslim majority administration, Reddy commanded a great respect among the public for his outstanding administration. Also Read – JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers Advertise With Us “We are proud to have such great leaders from Wanaparthy district even during Nizams time. We need to remember the past leaders who excelled even during adversaries as it will give inspiration to the future generations,” said the Minister. Rajbahadur Venkat Ram Reddy was born in August 1869 in Rayanipet village of Wanaparthy Samsthan in Kingdom of Hyderabad (now Mahbubnagar district). His father was the head of some eight villages and was well off. He was the grand nephew of the then Raja of Wanaparthy. The Raja of Wanaparthy had employed a Catholic teacher to educate some of his boys. He was educated in his village and then at Wanaparthy where he became a classmate of Raja Rameshwar Rao 2, the Raja of Wanaparthy.last_img read more

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Why Vijay Sethupathis Sindhubaadh is facing uncertainty over its release

first_imgVijay Sethupathi in Sindhubaadh.PR HandoutUncertainty has loomed over the release of Vijay Sethupathi’s latest movie Sindhubaadh, which is scheduled to hit the screens on Friday, 21 June. The less promotions and delay in advance booking in many theatres have cast doubts over its release on the said date.Here is why Sindhubaadh is facing uncertainty over its release Baahubali producer Shobu Yarlagadda has brought a stay on Sindhubaadh release from Telangana High Court in May. As per his petition, SN Rajarajan, the producer of Vijay Sethupathi film had gone into an agreement with the former over the Tamil Nadu theatrical rights of Baahubali.As per the deal, SN Rajarajan was supposed to be pay Rs 28 crore, but paid Rs 12.5 crore and failed to clear the remaining amount, forcing the Baahubali producer to seek the court’s intervention in the issue. The next hearing seems to be on 24 June and both the parties are yet to settle the issue.It is now played a spoilsport for Sindhubaadh. As a result, there is low-key promotion on its release. “National multiplexes in Chennai and Chengalpet refuse to slot @VijaySethuOffl biggie #Sindhubaadh in their Friday (June 21) programming chart till they get a green signal from Digital Service Providers (DSP). [sic]” leading industry tracker Sreedhar Pillai tweeted about the delay in the advance booking recently.There are strong rumours doing rounds that the movie has been delayed indefinitely.Vijay Sethupathi’s Sindhubaadh is an action thriller, written and directed by SU Arun Kumar. Anjali plays the female lead in the flick which has the music of Yuvan Shankar Raja, Vijay Karthik Kannan’s cinematography and Ruben’s editing.last_img read more

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Fishermen protest at ban on fishing in Bay

first_imgBangladeshi fishermen stage a protest in Cox`s Bazar on 26 May, 2019, after the government imposed two-month long fishing ban on the Bay of Bengal. Photo: AFPHundreds of Bangladeshi fishermen staged a protest in the country’s south on Sunday, police said, after the government imposed an unprecedented two-month long fishing ban on the Bay of Bengal.Carrying placards and banners, the fishermen marched to Cox’s Bazar city from coastal villages days after the government’s 65-day long fishing embargo came into effect.”This is wrong. This is injustice. No other country in the world has ever imposed such a long ban,” said union leader Kolim Ullah through a loudhailer during the protest.Ullah said the ban has hit the livelihood of hundreds of thousands of people in Bangladesh’s coastal districts, home to about 20 million people, most of whom depend either directly or indirectly on fishing.”The embargo has especially hit the poor fishermen hard. They don’t know any other work,” he said.Bangladesh imposed the ban on fishing in the Bay of Bengal last week in an effort to replenish depleted stocks.The junior minister for fisheries, Ashraf Ali Khan, said the ban would run from May 20 to July 23, and that navy and coast guard vessels would patrol the bay to prevent boats from putting to sea.Bangladesh frequently slaps seasonal bans on fishing in deep seas and coastal rivers, but authorities said this was the longest-ever imposed for shallow waters near the coast. It covers all types of fishing boats.Ullah said the protesters submitted a memorandum to the administrator in Cox’s Bazar demanding the ban be shortened to one month and the government stop foreign fishing vessels from entering Bangladeshi waters.As part of compensation measures, the Bangladesh government has announced it will provide free rice for nearly half a million families of badly affected fishermen.But S.M. Nazrul, another union leader, said the aid is promised only for the registered fishermen, while “the number of unregistered fishermen is eight times more than the registered ones.”Fishermen have also threatened to march towards the capital Dhaka if the embargo is not shortened.”The ban is slapped on just before Eid,” said fisherman Mohammad Rafique, referring to the largest Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr. “How will we celebrate Eid when we don’t have a penny in the pocket?” .The ban has also hit Rohingya refugees, nearly a million of whom have fled a military crackdown in Myanmar and found shelter in squalid camps near Bangladesh’s Teknaf and Ukhia fishing towns.The refugees are not permitted to work outside the camps but thousands have secretly found work in the sea-going fishing trawlers owned by Bangladeshis.”Thousands of Rohingya work as crew members in a bid to find a better life. This ban would throw these Rohingya back on the streets,” Abdus Salam, a boat owner in Shamlapur fishing village, told AFP.Every year Bangladesh imposes a weeks-long ban on the fishing of Hilsa — a popular Herring-like staple — and has created six sanctuaries in its network of coastal rivers to allow spawning.The bans have boosted the Hilsa catch by more than 150 percent since 2004 and turned it into a $2 billion industry.last_img
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Windows 8 has surpassed OS X in Steam downloads

first_imgTo say that Windows 8 has been met with mixed reactions is one of the greatest understatements you will likely read all day. There are those who love it, and those who would rather it simply not exist at all. Valve CEO Gabe Newell has been highly vocal on the topic, going so far as to call Windows 8 a “catastrophe” that has spawned a massive push for Steam on Linux. Apparently these opinions haven’t slowed the adoption rate of Windows 8 among Newell’s own customers, as Steam reveals that Windows 8 users now outnumber OS X users by a significant margin.Steam’s monthly hardware and software survey does a great job of demonstrating what hardware the average user is packing. There’s not a lot of surprise here when you look at the specs. You’ve got 64-bit Windows 7 soaking up most of the glory, which is to be expected. If you take a look at the breakdown of users by OS, you’ll notice that Windows 8 has more than doubled in total number of users to nearly 5% of all Steam users. OS X, which has had a Steam client since May of 2010, makes up 3% of all Steam users.These numbers play well into the announcement that Microsoft has made recently, demonstrating that 842 Windows 8 licenses are sold every minute. While it was speculated that this number was skewed due to manufacturers buying licenses in bulk, it would appear that the adoption rate of Windows 8 is not imaginary. This is likely due in no small part to the inexpensive upgrade path and the volume of new computers in stores now running Windows 8.Gabe Newell’s comments toward Windows 8 is widely believed to be the reason Valve has been pushing so hard to release Steam for Linux. Currently the Steam beta available for Linux accounts for .57% of the total Steam ecosystem, but it is expected that the performance increases seen in Steam for Linux will drive hardcore gamers away from their current Operating Systems in favor of Linux. Whether or not Steam for Linux will be as successful as previously speculated, there are no shortage of Linux users who dual-boot Windows just so they can play games.via WinSuperSitelast_img read more

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Zuckerberg is breaking promises to Instagram and WhatsApp Be concerned

first_imgMark Zuckerberg is doing exactly what he promised Instagram and WhatsApp he wouldn’t: messing with their independence by creating one system to rule them all. The Facebook founder plans to bring the back ends of Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram closer together with that of his own social network, as Facebook has now confirmed to the New York Times. This consolidation may come with benefits for the billions of users involved, such as making it easier for anyone to send messages across the apps. But it’s also the biggest sign yet that Zuckerberg is tightening his grip on services he once promised complete autonomy — and it comes on the heels of  the Instagram and the WhatsApp founders exiting Facebook. So at a time when trust in Facebook is at an all-time low, and when Silicon Valley is abuzz with rumors over bad blood between the founders, Facebook CEO is looking to wield even more control over its most prominent apps.This is be a massive, multi-year undertaking for the social network. From the report (emphasis ours):The move, described by four people involved in the effort, requires thousands of Facebook employees to reconfigure how WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger function at their most basic levels. While all three services will continue operating as stand-alone apps, their underlying messaging infrastructure will be unified, the people said. Facebook  plans to complete it by the end of this year or in early 2020 … Zuckerberg has big plans for WhatsApp and Instagram.Image: Getty ImagesBy Karissa Bell2019-01-26 01:11:35 UTC Zuckerberg also ordered all of the apps to incorporate end-to-end encryption … a significant step that protects messages from being viewed by anyone except the participants in the conversation. After the changes take effect, a Facebook user could send an encrypted message to someone who has only a WhatsApp account, for example. Currently, that isn’t possible because the apps are separate.As of next year, then, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram will run on the same infrastructure. Besides requiring years of engineering work, that could have unforeseen implications for the more than 2.5 billion people who use these services. It also raises questions of security and regulation. The move also puts the departures of Instagram’s Kevin Systrom and WhatsApp’s Jan Koum into fresh light. Because this is the kind of thing Zuckerberg once pledged to them and their users that he had no intention of doing.Back in 2012, when he first announced the $1 billion Instagram acquisition, Zuckerberg pledged to keep the photo sharing app independent. “We need to be mindful about keeping and building on Instagram’s strengths and features rather than just trying to integrate everything into Facebook,” the CEO wrote in a statement. Similarly, when Facebook acquired WhatsApp for $19 billion, the two companies were adamant that WhatsApp would remain independent from the social network. “WhatsApp will remain autonomous and operate independently,” founder Jan Koum wrote in a blog post at the time. “There would have been no partnership between our two companies if we had to compromise on the core principles that will always define our company, our vision and our product.”Systrom and Koum were both replaced with longtime Zuckerberg lieutenants. Both were said to have clashed with Zuckerberg on issues of independence. Namely, the founders’ ability to run their services in isolation from the Facebook machine.In the last year, as Instagram’s growth has exploded,  we’ve seen more Facebook tie-ins than ever before. The app has experimented with cross-platform notifications and placed prominent links back to Facebook in its app. Instagram’s founders reportedly balked at Facebook removing references to Instagram when users posted photos from the photo sharing app back to Facebook. Things are worse for WhatsApp. Not only are there ads and business messaging features now, but one of Koum’s co-founders is on record as saying “I sold my users privacy.“WhatsApp and Instagram are still both technically independent services. Each has its own standalone app, and you can still use both without a Facebook account. But for the people working on these services, a years-long project to merge their existing technical infrastructure with Facebook sends a clear message about their vaunted independence: those days are over.last_img read more

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Efficacy of Isorays Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies

first_img 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 News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies Brachytherapy solution shown effective for brain, prostate, and head and neck cancers News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications Image courtesy of Imago Systems Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more center_img Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more Related Content News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | 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 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 August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medical journals that the company says illustrate the clinical utility of its Cesium Blu (formerly known as Cesium-131) treatment in radiation therapy applications. The company said the results will help grow market awareness of the range of clinical applications.Among the recent studies are the findings of David Brachman, M.D., of the Barrow Neuroscience Institute on the impact of Cesium Blu-driven treatment on three types of recurrent brain cancers. According to the publication, Surgically Targeted Radiation Therapy: Safety Profile of Collagen Tile Brachytherapy in 79 Recurrent, Previously Irradiated Intracranial Neoplasms on a Prospective Clinical Trial, Cesium-powered GammaTile therapy offers recurrent brain cancer patients a safe and effective treatment.1 The findings involve patients suffering from high-grade gliomas, meningiomas and brain metastases. The results are important because recurrence of these hard-to-treat brain cancers has left patients with very limited options due to their prior radiation treatments. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared in July 2018, GammaTile therapy offers promising treatment for patients with these brain cancers.Watch the VIDEO: Advancements in Radiation Therapy for Brain CancerAnother recent study, Long Term Results from a Prospective Randomized Trial of 131Cs vs 125I Permanent Prostate Brachytherapy, was published by Manuj Agarwal, M.D., of the University of Maryland and Brian Moran, M.D., of the Chicago Prostate Cancer Center. It reported long-term follow-up data collected on Cesium-131 as compared to Iodine-125, a long-established prostate brachytherapy isotope. This long-term data with nine-year median follow-up shows comparable long-term biochemical control (prostate-specific antigen recurrence) results between Cesium-131 and Iodine-125 in these patients. The data supports Cesium-131 as an effective long-term solution for these patients and supports Cesium-131 as an optimal choice for prostate cancer patients. The impact of Cesium-131 on recurring skull base (deep neck) cancers is the focus of a case report in the Journal of Neurological Surgery Reports by Corey Savard, M.D., of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. The joint effort of otolaryngology, radiation oncology and neurosurgical physicians is entitled, Cesium-131 Interstitial Brachytherapy for Recurrent Malignancies of the Skull Base. Presented were two cases of the especially challenging cancers that recur in a very difficult area to treat. The authors stated that the characteristics of Cesium-131 that make it effective in treating other cancers might also make it effective in treating difficult recurring skull base malignancies. Although this is a small study and the results are early, as of the published date there were no recurrences or complications noted in either case. For more information: www.isoray.comReferences1. Brachman D., Youssef E., Dardis C., et al. Surgically Targeted Radiation Therapy: Safety Profile of Collagen Tile Brachytherapy in 79 Recurrent, Previously Irradiated Intracranial Neoplasms on a Prospective Clinical Trial. Brachytherapy: An International Multidisciplinary Journal, May-June 2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brachy.2019.04.0762. Agarwal M., Braccioforte M.H., Amin N., et al. Long Term Results from a Prospective Randomized Trial of 131Cs vs 125I Permanent Prostate Brachytherapy. Brachytherapy: An International Multidisciplinary Journal, May-June 2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brachy.2019.04.0373. Savard C., Epps G., Bar Ad V., et al. Cesium-131 Interstitial Brachytherapy for Recurrent Malignancies of Skull Base. Journal of Neurological Surgery Reports, published online April 9, 2019. DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1687848 FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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.last_img read more

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UN chief to discuss Syria with Iranian leaders

first_img Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – The U.N. chief says he will discuss the Syria crisis with Iranian leaders ahead of the nonaligned nations summit opening in Tehran this week.Ban Ki-moon arrived in Tehran Wednesday to attend the summit. He called Iran a major player capable of mediating in regional conflicts, including the Syrian civil war.Ban was scheduled to meet Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad later Wednesday. The summit begins Thursday. Representatives from more than 100 countries are attending. Iran is using the summit to counter U.S. claims that it has been isolated over its nuclear program.The West has imposed sanctions to try to persuade Iran to stop enriching uranium. The U.S. and its allies suspect Iran may be aiming to develop nuclear weapons. Iran denies that.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Comments   Share   Parents, stop beating yourself up How do cataracts affect your vision? Sponsored Stories Top Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvementlast_img read more

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Derrick Hall satisfied with Dbacks buying and se

first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Davis, who is dealing with both ankle and knee issues, has been a consistent thorn in the Cardinals’ side: He has 54 catches for 811 yards and nine touchdowns in 16 career games against Arizona.The Niners will also be without cornerback Tremaine Brock, tackle Anthony Davis, linebacker Corey Lemonier, center Marcus Martin, tight end Vance McDonald and receiver Quinton Patton. All are listed as inactive.For the Cardinals, quarterback Carson Palmer will not suit up, meaning rookie Logan Thomas will back up starter Drew Stanton for the second straight week.“He cannot throw,” head coach Bruce Arians said about Palmer, who continues to deal with a bruised nerve in his right shoulder. “He’s improved dramatically, but he still can’t throw.”The team’s six other inactives include punter Dave Zastudil, linebacker Victor Butler, linebacker Glenn Carson, linebacker Alex Okafor, nose tackle Alameda Ta’amu and tight end Rob Housler.Zastudil and Okafor were ruled out earlier in the week because of groin and thigh injuries respectively. Housler has a hip issue that limited him in practice. The others are all believed to be healthy scratches, though it is a surprise Ta’amu is not playing. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments   Share   The good news is that defensive tackle Frostee Rucker is active after missing last week’s game at New York because of a calf problem.“That’ll be huge,” Arians said after practice Friday. “Great leader. He’s battle-tested, especially in this type of game.”The Cardinals, who have lost nine of the last 10 meetings against the 49ers, are trying to improve to 3-0 for only the third time in the last 41 years — and the first time since 2012.“To get to 3-0 and win September is always what you’re looking for,” Arians said. “You want to win September. But to go undefeated right before the bye, get some guys healthy and then go to Denver in first place would be huge for this team.” Top Stories GLENDALE, Ariz. — National Football League teams have zero sympathy for one another.So, San Francisco being without tight end Vernon Davis on Sunday is a break the Arizona Cardinals are willing to accept, especially given the number of injuries — as well as a suspension and an off-the-field arrest — they’ve suffered thus far in 2014.The Cardinals host the Niners (1-1) in what will be the 87th consecutive sellout at University of Phoenix Stadium. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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