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Better managing of risks can reduce workrelated accidents says UN agency

In a new report published on the occasion of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, observed on 28 April, the International Labour Organization (ILO) outlined management techniques that identify, anticipate and assess hazards and risks and take action to control and reduce them. “Millions of work related accidents, injury and disease annually take their toll on human lives, businesses, the economy and the environment,” noted ILO Director-General Juan Somavia. “We know that by assessing risks and hazards, combating them at source and promoting a culture of prevention we can significantly reduce workplace illness and injuries,” he added.According to the ILO, 2.2 million people die annually from work-related accidents and diseases and work-related deaths appear to be on the rise. In addition, every year some 270 million people suffer non-fatal, work-related accidents resulting in at least three days absence from work and an additional 160 million new people suffer from some work-related illness.“There is clear evidence that healthy workforces both enhance business productivity and benefit enterprises and national economies by reducing the number of accidents and diseases and lowering the number of insurance and compensation claims,” said Dr. Sameera Al-Tuwaijri, Director of ILO’s Safework Department.In addition to the publication of the report, entitled “My life, my work, my safe work: Managing risk in the work environment,” a number of events and activities are planned around the world to mark the Day, from a street campaign on occupational safety and health in Moscow to an international book fair in Buenos Aires to promote the importance of health and safety in the world of work. 24 April 2008The United Nations labour agency is calling for better managing risks in the workplace in an effort to reduce the over two million deaths each year resulting from work-related accidents and ill health. read more

UN urges restraint by all sides in Nepal ahead of Maoist protests

“I urge the Government of Nepal to ensure that fundamental rights to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression are fully respected and protected,” said Richard Bennett, the Representative of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal (OHCHR-Nepal). “Equally, the organizers of the protest programmes must ensure that the demonstrators behave calmly and respect the rights of others, including the general public,” Mr. Bennett added in a news release issued ahead of the demonstrations planned for Saturday in the capital, Kathmandu. OHCHR pointed out that the right to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression are central to the principles of democracy, pluralism and respect for human rights – the very foundations of the country’s peace process. The Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M), which announced the protests, is urged to ensure that demonstrators do not engage in any form of provocation, confrontation or hostile behaviour, including wielding laathis and other weapons that could cause bodily harm. The group has a special responsibility to ensure that children are not put in harm’s way, OHCHR noted. In addition, while recognizing the duties and responsibilities of the national authorities to maintain the rule of law, the Office called on the security and law enforcement agencies to uphold human rights and respect international standards for law enforcement. “OHCHR stresses the need for significant steps to be taken by all political parties to address the country’s political problems consistent with the spirit of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and to take every possible measure to avoid the possibility of violence and human rights violations.” The Comprehensive Peace Agreement, signed in 2006 between the Government and the Maoists, ended a decade-long civil war which claimed some 13,000 lives in the South Asian nation. After conducting Constituent Assembly elections in May 2008, Nepal abolished its 240-year-old monarchy and declared itself a republic.OHCHR, which will be monitoring the demonstrations in the Kathmandu valley and elsewhere, added that it has been meeting with leaders to obtain their commitment to the observance of peaceful means of protest on the part of the Maoists and respect for human rights in enforcing the rule of law by State agencies. 29 April 2010The United Nations human rights office in Nepal is urging restraint by all sides to prevent violence during upcoming protests announced by the Maoists, while stressing the right to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression. read more

Valero Energys retail business may be too big for CoucheTard says analyst

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by News Staff Posted Oct 2, 2012 3:56 pm MDT Valero Energy’s retail business may be too big for Couche-Tard, says analyst MONTREAL – Valero Energy’s retail business may be too big for Alimentation Couche-Tard to acquire unless it is broken up into smaller pieces, says an industry analyst.The parent company of Ultramar is reportedly looking to sell its fuel stations and convenience stores in the United States and Canada.Analyst Peter Sklar of BMO Capital Markets estimated Valero’s (NYSE:VLO) retail network could fetch US$3.5 billion to US$4 billion, a price likely too rich for Couche-Tard.Sklar suggested the Quebec-based company could only raise up to US$1.9 billion in new debt without hurting its credit rating and would have to substantially dilute its share base if it partially funded it by issuing new shares.“In the event that Valero decides to auction its retail business in smaller, regional prices rather than as a whole, we believe that Couche-Tard could then potentially become an acquirer,” he wrote in a report.Couche-Tard has said it wants to reduce its debt from buying Scandinavia’s Statoil Fuel & Retail earlier this year for $2.9 billion. However, it continues to look for acquisition opportunities and recently completed some small deals in Florida and Washington State.Valero had almost 1,000 company-operated stores in the U.S. and about 380 in Eastern Canada under the Ultramar brand as of December.Irene Nattel of RBC Capital Markets said it’s not clear that Valero will ultimately sell the retail operations.“Apparently, it is more advantageous from a tax perspective to spin it out to shareholders,” she said in an email.That’s exactly what oil giant Statoil did with its retail operations before they were ultimately sold to Couche-Tard.Acquisitions past and future are expected to be discussed on Friday when Couche-Tard meets shareholders at its first annual meeting since acquiring Statoil Fuel & Retail.The chain operates more than 6,000 stores in North America under the Couche-Tard and Mac’s banners in Canada and the Circle K name in the United States.The company also has 2,300 Statoil Fuel & Retail locations in Europe.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, Couche-Tard’s shares lost 45 cents at C$45.05 in afternoon trading. read more

Romanian gang found with €5k worth of stolen perfume clothes and laptops

first_imgAROUND €5,000 WORTH of stolen goods were found after two houses were searched in Carlow town.Gardaí carried out the searches as part of an investigation targeting a Romanian criminal gang involved in shop lifting in a number of smaller shops and chemists in the south-east of the country.A large amount of perfume, clothing, and an assortment of electrical items, including laptops and tablets, were recovered. Gardaí found the items all wrapped up and ready to be shipped out of the jurisdiction.Three people were arrested, a woman in her 50s, a woman in her late teens and a teenage man.The teenage woman appeared before a special sitting of Gorey District Court yesterday evening where she was charged in connection with the incident.The other two were released and a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.The investigation is ongoing.last_img read more

Energy alliance for Greece Israel and Cyprus

first_imgGreece, Cyprus and Israel will form a major energy alliance based on the prospects created for the three Eastern Mediterranean countries following the discovery of significant reserves of natural gas, Energy Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou announced on Monday. Speaking at a press conference following the major interest shown in the tender for seismic surveys in four locations around the country, he added that the three countries will sign a memorandum of cooperation in Athens at the end of this month. Papaconstantinou associated the interest demonstrated by the world’s biggest companies in seismic research in the Ionian Sea and the sea to the south of Crete with the general increase in surveying activity in the Southeastern Mediterranean and estimated that the reserves discovered in Israel and Cyprus as well as those expected in Greece could be comparable with those of the Caspian Sea. Those findings are leading to a geopolitical shift in the region and could constitute a “third way” for the end of Europe’s energy dependence on certain sources, the minister said, adding that in the most recent European Union Council of Ministers he and his Cypriot counterpart were asked to inform their peers of their countries’ plans for the utilization of hydrocarbon reserves in Greece and Cyprus. In a clear message to the country’s neighbors, Papaconstantinou made it clear that the government is also determined to search for hydrocarbons in the Aegean Sea too, stressing that “Greece will search through all ways, all the potential reserves in all regions covered by its sovereign rights.” The ministry’s next step will be the search for reserves in other regions of Greece, such as Evros in Thrace, Kavala, Serres, Thessaloniki and Grevena in Macedonia, Aetoloacarnania, Achaia and Messinia in western Greece and the island of Crete. The same “open-door” process will be used for the tender regarding seismic surveys in those regions, as in the four areas that generated interest by eight of the industry’s leading companies in the world last week. Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Epidémie de dengue renforcement du plan aux Antilles

first_imgEpidémie de dengue : renforcement du plan aux AntillesFrance – Pour la rentrée, les ministres Roselyne Bachelot et Marie-Luce Penchard annoncent de nouvelles mesures pour lutter contre la prolifération du moustique Aedes.Depuis cet hiver, le moustique Aedes a envahi la Martinique et la Guadeloupe. Il se développe principalement dans les lieux où l’on trouve de l’eau stagnante. Porteur de la dengue, il contamine de nombreux habitants des deux îles en les piquant. Le gouvernement multiplie les mesures pour tenter d’enrayer l’épidémie. Celles-ci sont à la fois préventives, comme traquer le moustique et protéger la population, et curatives. A l’occasion d’une visite, les deux ministres concernées ont annoncé un renforcement du plan pour la rentrée. Deux cent mille euros viennent d’être alloués à l’Agence de l’environnement et de la maîtrise de l’énergie (Ademe). Elle sera chargée d’agir dans les décharges sauvages, lieu de prédilection du moustique. Toujours pour lutter contre les foyers de reproduction, 300 volontaires du service civiques seront mobilisés. Enfin, une campagne de dépistage devrait être lancée. Le 30 août 2010 à 12:09 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Riverdale Kicks Off Season Two with Another Murder

first_img ‘Riverdale’ Season 4 Trailer Toasts to a Mysterious Senior YearSDCC 2019: ‘Riverdale’ Cast Spills Details on Core ‘Mystery’ for Season 4 Stay on target Our favorite teen soap opera came back this week, and it looks like things are about to get even more complicated. Rather than dealing with the murder of one kid, we now have a serial attacker on the loose in the Sweetwater River area. Over the summer, the cast of the show promised that this season was going to get darker. Judging by the first episode, it’s already well on its way. Since this is only the season premiere there’s nothing quite as outright insane as what we saw by the end of season one yet. It’s certainly heading in that direction, though.“Chapter Fourteen: A Kiss Before Dying” picks up right after the season one finale. Fred Andrews has been shot. Archie rushes him to the hospital, then calls all his friends to deliver the news. The show takes the opportunity to remind us where we left the rest of the cast. Betty, even after everything that happened last season, is strangely open with her mom about her sex life. (Well, her almost-sex life.) Alice is as judgmental as ever, immediately accusing Jughead of joining a gang. Veronica no longer trusts her mom, and is in open rebellion. She uses her father’s welcome home Cristal to make herself a mimosa. Underage drinking has never looked so cool.KJ Apa as Archie Andrews and Camila Mendes as Veronica Lodge (Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW)The first half of the episode takes its time, letting us ease back into the bonkers world of Riverdale. It manages and effective portrayal of the grief and fear Archie is going through. This is probably the first time the show has managed to make an Archie-focused episode interesting. Early on in season one, he was insufferable. After that, he became kind of bland. It was only towards the end, when he started acting a little like the good-natured kid from the comics, that we could start to root for him. Now, when he spends an entire episode in fear of losing his dad, we can really feel for what he’s going through. Even with a more somber episode, the show continues to make deep-pull comics references. Jughead says that since Archie’s saved two people, he should become a superhero: Pureheart the Powerful. Can we please get an Alternate Universe episode of Riverdale? I so want to see KJ Apa in knockoff superman tights.Veronica goes on a journey in this episode. Most of it is her learning how to care for her new boyfriend as he goes through something really horrible. Despite some trepidation at first, she tries her best and ultimately keeps him grounded, encouraging him to take care of himself. Riverdale can be hit-and-miss when it comes to these slower emotional moments, but with the stakes as high as they are in this episode, it nails them. Of course, Veronica is still dealing with her own problems. Having become completely disillusioned with her mother, she confronts her in the hospital chapel, thinking she had something to do with Fred’s attack. Her mother denies it, but not without making veiled threats of physical violence. Man, remember when we thought she was the one good parent in Riverdale? Also, this might just be my repressed Catholic guilt talking, but that Virgin Mary statue looked extra scary for this scene.Mark Consuelos as Hiram Lodge (Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW)Veronica’s final moment is the most chilling of the episode. Hiram Lodge is in Riverdale. This scene makes it absolutely clear that he’s not the funny, doting father of the older comics. He’s cold, demanding and deeply uncomfortable to be around. His very first line is chastising his daughter for not being home to greet him, when he came home early to surprise her. He probably knows that doesn’t make any sense, and he clearly doesn’t care. I already don’t like this guy, and I’m glad Veronica drank his Cristal.Betty and Jughead spend most of the episode worrying about Jughead’s indoctrination into the South Side Serpents. Jughead reassures her that he’s determined to keep things the way they are. He has no intention of joining them. We get two really interesting scenes from this subplot that set up a lot of possibilities for the season to come. The first is in Pop’s Diner, where Pop gives an ominous speech about The Angel of Death hanging over Riverdale. Jughead calls him out for sounding like a horror movie character, and dismissing him… which is exactly what a horror movie protagonist would do. The second comes later, when he realizes he’s a Serpent whether he wants to be or not. Earlier in the episode, he asked a few Serpents if they had information on who attacked Fred Andrews. The men he asked, show up in his dad’s trailer, having tied and beaten a man who didn’t do it, but was talking like he did. Whether he puts on the jacket or not, the Serpents have decided that Jughead is one of them. That’s going to be a huge source of conflict as this season explores his relationship with Betty.Cole Sprouse as Jughead Jones and Lili Reinhart as Betty Cooper (Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW)But hey, all of that is pretty much boilerplate teen drama compared to what this series is capable of. This wouldn’t be Riverdale without the writers reminding us how much they love them some David Lynch. That part of the episode comes in two forms. First, Cheryl Blossom, whose mom is also in the hospital with third-degree burns. We learn that after Cheryl set her house on fire, her mom rushed into the blaze to save a painting. Cheryl told everyone it was to save her, and nearly suffocates her mom to make a point about the way things are going to be. Cheryl is still completely insane, and I look forward to her continuing to terrify me as the season goes on. (She also wanders into Fred’s hospital room to give him “The Kiss of Life” on his forehead. Yeah, she’s creepy. The second is all of Fred’s coma dreams, where he imagines all the major life events he’ll miss out on if he dies. They all end with someone casually reminding him that he’s dead, which makes them super-unsettling. Fortunately, he lives. Archie talks to him about Veronica, and he comes out of the coma. Yay! He actually is the one good parent in Riverdale. I would be devastated if he died. Archie is less OK, though. Now he’s afraid that the would-be killer will come back to finish the job. He’s spending his nights guarding the doors of his house. That’s not going to be good for his mental health.Madelaine Petsch as Cheryl Blossom (Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW)Riverdale is back, and while it dialed back the crazy a little, there’s still plenty to go around. At 22 episodes, this season will have an ability to slow things down that the first didn’t have. As much as I loved the insanity of season one, certain moments weren’t given the amount of breathing room they needed to be effective. With the season two premiere pumping the breaks a bit, I’m hopeful that the show can use the extra time to really explore the town and the new mystery. Maybe it can build to something even more insane. It already looks like it’s heading that way. Miss Grundy makes a brief appearance right at the end. I was worried at first because her arc was the worst of season one, but she’s not here for long. We learn that she’s repeating her pattern of child molestation across the river from Riverdale. Then, she’s murdered with her own cello bow by the man who tried to kill Fred. One episode in, and the mystery is already deeper. I can’t wait to see where it goes from here.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Man dead after shooting in Miami
Man dead after shooting in Miami

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – Police are searching for the person responsible for fatally gunning down a man in Miami, early Sunday morning.Police responded to the scene of the shooting along Northeast 70th Street and Second Avenue, at around 2 a.m.Miami Fire Rescue crews arrived minutes later and pronounced the victim dead.Investigators have not provided further details about the shooting or a gunman.If you have any information on this shooting, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

The Resurrection of State Center
The Resurrection of State Center

first_imgThe $1.5 billion State Center Project hopes to revitalize several neighborhoods in West Baltimore. The development’s implementation of an Economic Inclusion Plan – perhaps a first of its kind in the city – is attracting attention from other urban communities grappling with similar issues. “From 1930 to 1950 Wylie Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Hill District was one of the swingingest places in town. Not only did many of the world’s greatest jazz musicians grow up on the Hill; other prominent Pittsburgh blacks made names for themselves that stretched far beyond the boundaries of the city’s own version of Harlem,” wrote veteran music journalist Lynne Margolis for the Observer-Reporter of Pittsburgh in 1991. The Hill District in Pittsburgh, like so many other vanguard Black American communities of the past, has been crumbling for decades under the weight of ill-conceived urban renewal policies and various other strains of inner city wretchedness. “The city of Pittsburgh decided to tear down and displace at least 15,000 residents, about 5,000 families. They tore down what was then the real business center of the community and…they did it to build what became the Civic Arena,” said Pittsburgh City Councilman Daniel Lavelle, who represents the city’s Sixth District, about former home of the National Hockey League’s Pittsburgh Penguins, closed in June 2010 and demolished in March 2012.”What I’ve always said … was if we look to rebuild the lower Hill District, I didn’t care about what was actually built. I care about the economics of the building,” Lavelle said. “There’s no way that we are going to rebuild 28 acres of land in the most impoverished African-American neighborhood and not recreate some wealth in this community,” he added. For residents of West Baltimore who still remember the heyday of iconic Pennsylvania Avenue the saga of the Hill should have special resonance.The re-boot of the massive State Center Project promises thousands of jobs for residents of several West Baltimore neighborhoods, which is part of what some characterize as a landmark Economic Inclusion Plan. Other communities of color around the country, like the Hill District of Pittsburgh, are watching closely. “When we first started talking to Caroline (Caroline Moore the lead developer of SCP) a few years ago about the local hiring piece [there] really wasn’t a strong model for us to kind of build a template off of,” said Pastor Sheridan Todd Yeary, of Douglas Memorial Community Church, on Madison Avenue within one of the nine neighborhoods touched by the State Center Project.Douglas is one member of Community Churches for Community Development and Yeary, along with the Rev. Alvin Hathaway of Union Baptist Church (a member of CCCD) have been integral in constructing the Economic Inclusion Plan. Community leaders of the Hill District have reached out directly to Hathaway, Yeary and the CCCD for guidance as they navigate the development process in Pittsburgh. “We’ve got to deliver for the community we’ve got to deliver for other communities that are looking at this for a model,” Yeary said.”We are really, as part of this Economic Inclusion Plan process, trying to change the national conversation around how you do collaborative development that engages the community … from start to finish,” he added.Yeary believes the evolving paradigm of collaborative development has far-reaching consequences beyond West Baltimore. “There is going to be a fundamentally significant transformation of Baltimore City as we know it and its going on (in) real time and if we don’t get engaged in justice as a lifestyle what you’re going to find is that there is going to be mass displacement of some communities to the preference of other types of communities; some of it may be intentional some of it may be unintentional, just part of the process,” Yeary explained.”But, what we have to make sure is that stakeholders and advocates for the beloved community, that we make sure that the least amongst us have as much of a share of the stake in the good outcome of the project as anybody else.”last_img read more

Spotify to Enable Artists to Upload Music Themselves
Spotify to Enable Artists to Upload Music Themselves

first_img Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Asked about the safeguards in place, Anoliefo stressed that the feature is currently in beta, and that all of the company’s monitoring technology is in place — both in terms of content and potential copyright-infringement — and that its rules are clearly laid out in its terms of service. According to the announcement (currently on the company’s blog), “You’ll see a preview of exactly how things will appear to listeners before you hit submit. And even after your music goes live, you’ll be in full control of your metadata with simple and quick edits. Just like releasing through any other partner, you’ll get paid when fans stream your music on Spotify. Your recording royalties will hit your bank account automatically each month, and you’ll see a clear report of how much your streams are earning right next to the other insights you already get from Spotify for Artists.” (Check out the feature here.)The feature is free, and no limits are set on how much music an artist can upload.“We’ve tried to make it as simple and transparent as possible,” says Kene Anoliefo, the company’s Senior Product Lead, Creator Marketplace. “Artists can log in whenever they like and add song files, cover art, metadata and all that, and then hit ‘upload,’ and they can make changes after it goes live. We’ve also added a lot of transparency to royalties — artists can track their history in the dashboard and even see estimates for future payments, which can help them to plan and budget.”That, of course, puts much more responsibility on the artist for actually understanding how royalties work, no matter how simple the platform may seem. Joe Conyers, co-founder and GM of digital-rights management platform Songtrust and VP Technology of Downtown Music Publishing, says, “While it’s great to see more flexibility for the independent community to make decisions about independent licensing, the fact is this is still only one part of being fully DIY. Independent creators still need to collect thousands of types of royalties. This move will not include songwriter and publishing royalties which many independent creators and businesses continue to fail to collect from Spotify.”Kevin Breuner, VP of marketing at CD Baby, added, “At CD Baby, we have been managing relationships with artists for 20 years, especially artists who are emerging or wanting to reach a global market. We’ve built a community through a rich set of educational resources on our blog and podcast, and at our annual conference. These relationships are about a lot more than pushing files to a service. It’s easy to create an interface. It’s not so easy to deal with over 30,000 incoming contacts each month from a huge variety of artists of all backgrounds, genres, ages, and stages in their career, as we do.” UPDATED: Those of us who have never uploaded music to Spotify may not know that it doesn’t really work like, say, Facebook or a blog or even Soundcloud — an artist must go through a distributor or aggregator to have their music added to the platform.Well, those days will soon be over: The company today announced a new feature — currently in beta — that enables independent artists to upload their music directly to the platform via Spotify for Artists (see the landing page above). The company has already tested the feature with a few hundreds U.S.-based independent artists — including Noname, Michael Brun, VIAA, and Hot Shade — who gave their feedback, and in the coming weeks they will be inviting more — “make sure to join our mailing list so you’ll be the first to know about any new announcements,” the company stresses.last_img read more

Oculus Rift is always connected will need its own ad blocker

first_imgThe Oculus Rift sold out almost as soon as pre-orders went live. Gamers are very excited about the potential of virtual reality, but as soon as Facebook acquired Oculus, you knew the Oculus Rift was no longer just about the games. And now that the Rift is shipping, we’re seeing the negative side of Facebook’s involvement play out.In order to use the Oculus Rift you have to install the Oculus Home software. Doing so creates a background service on your PC with full permissions. It also never shuts down, instead constantly monitoring your activity and regularly communicating with Facebook’s servers. That’s worrying enough, but then you start reading the privacy agreement about the information being collected.Facebook will collect information about you whenever one of its services is used, so in this case whenever the Rift or Rift software is in use. That information is collected about “games, content, apps or other experiences,” and the collection methods include “cookies, local storage, pixels, and similar technologies.”The information collected will be used by Facebook and its partners to market products to you. You’ll receive promotional messages and content targeted at you based on your data. Did you look at the can of Coca-Cola longer than the can of Pepsi when playing a game? Expect Coke advertising (or aggressive Pepsi ads to win you over if they give Facebook more advertising cash).Considering the Oculus Rift requires at least a $600 investment, the amount of data collection going on in the background is very bad form even if we did all quietly expect it to happen. It won’t take long for someone to release details on how to disable the tracking without impacting the Rift’s functionality, and an ad blocker/privacy add-on specifically for the Rift seems likely, whatever form that would take.Oculus joining Facebook may have secured them the funding they need for the future, but it’s the end users who end up paying. Not only for the kit, but with their privacy. PlayStation VR is looking increasingly like the better virtual reality option to this gamer.last_img read more

Flowery treats in the new year
Flowery treats in the new year

first_imgThe capital is ready to host the fifth International Horti Expo 2013 and the eighth International Flora Expo come new year. The exhibition will have theme pavilions on fresh fruits and vegetables, farm machineries, potato products and technologies, cold chain, logistics, organic, medicinal herbal products and floriculture.This expo has the Union Ministry of Agriculture as its principal sponsor along with a host of other departments including the National Medicinal Plant Board and Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting”Flowers are unique and are for every occasion, even death. A person can refuse chocolate or pastry, but not flowers,’ said S Jafar Naqvi, President, Indian Flowers and Ornamental Plants Welfare Association (iFlora). ‘Due to rising income, craving of the new generation, globalisation and internet, people in India are willing to spend profusely on floral decoration. So, this news would be a relief for anyone wanting a chunk of the bourgeoning Indian floral decoration markets through flowers and floral accessories,’ he said. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixLatest varieties of flowers like anthurium, gerbera and roses from Holland, Thailand, Germany, France and New Zealand will be exhibited in this Flora Expo, where Thailand is considered to be the main country in focus for blooms. There will also be a presentation with the theme of ‘Building Bridges through flowers between nations’. ‘IFlora and Flora Expo aim to increase per capita flower consumption even further to give more impetus to floriculture industry. We can’t have better time, and sky is the limit,’ said Jafar. India has a unique culture of flower consumption in many forms like garlands, flower-carpets, floral rains and floral jewelry etc in all celebrations. The Flora Expo will bring not only conventional flower and gardening industry professionals but also huge amount of buyers from new types of large industry retailers such as home centers, supermarkets, departmental stores and interior shops. And this exhibition is perhaps the only opportunity in India for international suppliers to meet and trade with all of them on one single platform.So flower lovers and  nature enthusiasts can mark their calendars out and enjoy a nice winter evening checking out the blooms  on display.DETAILAt: NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla When: 11 to 13 Januarylast_img read more

ASTRO Proposed 2016 Medicare Cuts Threaten Access to Communitybased Radiation Therapy
ASTRO Proposed 2016 Medicare Cuts Threaten Access to Communitybased Radiation Therapy

first_imgNews | Radiation Therapy | August 04, 2015 ASTRO: Proposed 2016 Medicare Cuts Threaten Access to Community-based Radiation Therapy Combination of measures could reduce payments 5-10 percent, forcing center closures and/or significant scaling back of services Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more 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 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). 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first_imgThe Cardinals didn’t need much time to find a replacement for Greg Toler, signing veteran Fred Bennett late Monday.Bennett, 27, has played in Houston, San Diego and, most recently, Cincinnati during his four NFL seasons. He’s recorded 106 tackles and five interceptions. Bennett was originally drafted in the fourth round of the 2007 draft by the Texans.The Cardinals were looking for a cornerback after Toler was placed on injured reserve due to a torn ACL in his left knee. 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

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first_img Comments   Share   In other words, for those Cowboy fans who say it can’t get worse, yes, it can. Al Davis didn’t become sharper the older he got, Jones is NEVER going to fire himself, and Jones’ kids have been groomed to take over.The Cowboys still have many advantages over the Cardinals. Their home stadium makes the Taj Mahal look like a three-bedroom apartment. Therefore, the team will continue to generate more revenue than any in sports. But as a fan, how much pride do you take in Jerry Jones’ bottom line when the team just finished another 8-8 season?Texas doesn’t have a state tax, which is another fine advantage of note. Free agents not only want to play for the “star,” they get to keep more of their money by signing with the Cowboys. And that’s just great for all the terrible free agent signings Jones has made the last decade. Umm, 8-8.Look, the Cardinals certainly can’t compare with the Cowboys in terms of team history. They didn’t even have a better team last season, and might not have one this season. But it seems to me that the Cowboys’ direction is locked in place, where the Cardinals have a new general manager pulling all the right strings, a growing fan base, a great stadium of their own and an ownership group that has removed itself from meddling where they simply don’t belong. And as for that dreaded on-field Cowboy intimidation, it’s gone as well. Dallas won 13 straight games over Arizona prior to 1997. In the 18 head-to-head meetings since, each team has gone 9-9. Oh, and since ’96, the Cowboys have posted one playoff victory. The Cardinals have five.The Cowboys and their championship history give their national fan base barroom bragging rights in nearly every city in America. But the young fans, those who aren’t yet old enough to attend bars, they aren’t sure why Great-Uncle Eddie goes on an on about when Roger Staubach used to own Jim Hart. All they know is that the Cardinals went to the Super Bowl in 2008, and “that they guess they were in diapers or something” when the Cowboys last qualified in 1995.Several factors have contributed to this strange turn of events, but I believe the power shift can be mostly attributed to the ego of Jerry Jones.Jones should be in the board room, not the war room. The man is undoubtedly a great businessman and product marketer, but he is a poor talent evaluator who refuses to surrender the responsibility. As long as Jerry’s signing the checks, Jerry’s going to continue to bungle draft picks and overpay veterans he doesn’t want to accept he was wrong about. Top Stories And as a person who spent his childhood in St. Louis with the Cardinals, and his adulthood in Phoenix with the Cardinals, I never dreamed I would someday make that statement.Oh sure, if a war broke out between Cowboy fans and Cardinal fans, the Cowboys would win in a bloody landslide. Strength in numbers and all that. But I’m not suggesting that Cardinal Nation is about to rise up to supplant the Cowboys as “America’s Team,” or even “The Southwest’s Team,” or even “Certain towns right here in Arizona’s Team,” for that matter.No, what this article is about is that if these two trains were leaving the station today, at the exact same time, and I didn’t know where they’d been — only where they were headed and what they were carrying — I would prefer to hop aboard the Cardinal train.Once upon a time, the Cowboys owned the Cardinals. Heck, I grew up just outside St. Louis, and there were far more Cowboy fans in my third grade class than Cardinal fans.But those days of Cardinal fans embarrassed to be seen in public wearing a red jersey are long gone. And admittedly, there are still a lot of visiting jerseys seen in the stands on game day, but the growing passion for the home team is how you sell out every game since the new stadium opened. Let me begin by stating that I am a football fan, but I’m not a fan of any one team. I don’t allow emotion to interfere with my enjoyment of sports. I am the ultimate unbiased evaluator. And I’m not bragging about it. I recognize that this makes me weird.The reason I wanted to clarify my fan status from the jump is so that both Cowboy and Cardinal fan are clear that I’m not sucking up to my local audience when I write that I’d rather be a Cardinal fan right now than a Cowboy fan. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellingcenter_img Take Tony Romo. He’s not a bad quarterback, but he’s not a good one, either. Romo’s great weakness is that he makes bad decisions in critical moments, and he doesn’t seem to be improving in that area. And yet, he was given a six-year, $108 million contract this offseason. That’s right, Tony Romo was given more money after missing the playoffs than Joe Flacco was given after having won the Super Bowl.Cowboy fans can certainly make the argument that Tony Romo is an upgrade over Carson Palmer. But, Cardinal fans can argue, if Palmer doesn’t work out, we’re only into him for $6 million guaranteed. How’s that $55 million guaranteed for a seasoned bumbler taste?“Well, Jerry Jones can’t live forever,” Cowboys fans might argue. True. But guess what? Jones isn’t going to leave the franchise to Jim Harbaugh in his will. No, his sons will get the team. And history indicates they’ll be far worse at running the organization than Dad.Jim Buss, Mike Brown, Hank and Hal Steinbrenner, Mike McCaskey, and let’s not forget Bill Bidwill. The Cardinals were Bill Bidwill’s Dad’s team. All Billy Boy did with the franchise was make it the worst-run organization in sports for 30 years. Then, his son took over, learned from Dad’s mistakes, starting spending some money, and has finally put the personnel decisions in the hands of people who actually understand football. That is not likely to happen in Dallas. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Bottom line:Cardinal fan can finally hold his/her head high and look toward a brighter future, where Cowboy fan can still hold his/her head high in celebration of their past.Which train are you hopping aboard?last_img read more

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first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Cardinals held their annual Red & White Practice Saturday at University of Phoenix Stadium to the delight of a very sizable crowd.Now, on a personal note, I always enjoyed this part of training camp when it was a night practice in Flagstaff, as the lights gave it a nice feel.But I digress. The Cardinals got a nice afternoon’s worth of work in, which is a nice way to wrap up their first full week of camp. The Is it Good or Is it BadThe defense won four of the six goal-line battles. Kerwynn Williams and Stepfan Taylor each punched one in for the offense, but otherwise it was a fairly resounding victory for the D.NotableJ.J. Nelson got a lot of work as the third receiver in the first-team offense.Glenn Carson was lined up next to Kevin Minter as the other middle linebacker in Arizona’s first-team defense.Larry Fitzgerald (foot injury) practiced a little, but otherwise took it easy.Quotable“I don’t think so. In his package, when he’s healthy, he’s played really good. He played with one arm last year.  But in his package — we didn’t bring him here to play dime.  We brought him here for Seattle and San Francisco, to play the run. And in those games, he and Kenny Demens both have played good because they’re rock-‘em-sock-‘em football players. They’re not basketball players spread out all over the field.” – Bruce Arians on if this is a ‘make-or-break’ season for LB Kevin Minter“To be out of the strap, it’s ridiculous. It’s just being able to play free, play like I was, not worrying about it. I don’t even think about it out there and that’s such a load off.” – Kevin Minter on how nice it is to be healthy after dealing with a pectoral injury all of 2014 The GoodReceiver Jaron Brown once again made his presence felt, coming down with a nice diving catch on a Carson Palmer deep ball during 7-on-7. He also scored a touchdown after coming down with a Drew Stanton pass that bounced off an Arizona defender first.I tweeted it out during the practice, and it’s very true: There have been a good many times this camp where John Brown has appeared to be unstoppable. He made a handful of excellent catches Saturday and looked like he was open on a number of plays where the ball did not come his way. Palmer hit him for a touchdown in the back of the end zone during red zone work, and he also took a short pass in for a score later on.Logan Thomas was OK throwing the ball but excellent running with it. He scored on a scramble during red zone work and on another run — this one closer to midfield — got the edge and gave a stiff-arm to a helpless defender in order to gain a few more yards.In one drill, linebacker Edwin Jackson made a diving breakup of a Thomas pass.Tyrann Mathieu and Palmer were their usual excellent selves.The BadGerald Christian had a fairly rough day, with the worst play being a practice-ending fumble.Jerraud Powers left practice early on with an apparent injury, though it was impossible to tell what could have been wrong. Fellow cornerback Darren Woodard also left with an injury after attempting to tackle tight end Ifeanyi Momah. Tip for another @jaronbrown13 TOUCHDOWN! #CardsCamp https://t.co/2dKZwHkGB4— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) August 8, 2015Up NextThe Cardinals have Sunday off before getting back on the field Monday. It is a game week for the team, as the preseason opener is Aug. 15 against the Kansas City Chiefs. – / 24 “Definitely got little bit of rust I’ve got to shake off, but everything is moving pretty well and I’m ready to get back in there.” – TE Jermaine Gresham, who returned to practice this weekHighlights are funcenter_img Top Stories Carson Palmer looks over the defense while Alex Okafor gets ready to rush during Arizona Cardinals training camp Aug. 8. (Photo by Adam Green/Arizona Sports) Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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