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Normal life was disrupted in Kashmir on Friday following clashes during a shutdown backed by separatists over the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Manan Wani and his associate in an operation in Kupwara on Thursday.Fierce clashes broke out in Srinagar’s Soura immediately after the Friday prayers. The authorities, “as a precautionary measure”, disallowed Friday prayers at historic Jamia Masjid in Srinagar. A large part of the old city was sealed and main roads closed. “The shutdown in Kashmir to pay homage to deceased Wani sends a strong message to Government of India and reflected the peoples’ deep connect with the cause,” said Hurriyat leader and head priest of the Valley, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq
Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin. Photo: PTIFormer Indian captain Sourav Ganguly spoke to Boria Majumdar on India’s performance in the drawn Trentbridge Test and the chances of an Indian win in the next game against England at Lords from July 17-21.Q Are you happy with India’s performance at the Trentbridge Test?A Yes, they have done reasonably well. They were in a position where they could actually force a win in this Test match, but Anderson and Joe Root took the game away from them. That’s probably one area where India did not react properly. Otherwise, I thought that they had a decent Test match.Q You have made this point so many times about Ravindra Jadeja. As a spinner he was not able to beat Jimmy Anderson on the fourth day?A I’ve said that before. Whether it is Ravindra Jadeja or Ravichandran Ashwin, the debate is who should be playing the next Test match. Either of them has to bowl a lot better. We saw Ashwin in South Africa, that’s when we saw Dhoni pick Jadeja. And now we are seeing Jadeja. Maybe he is doing a role by keeping it tight. But at some stage, he’s got to be a wicket-taking bowler. It’s an issue which Dhoni has to assess. Unless and until the spinners take wickets, India cannot win. This [Trentbridge] was a pretty dry surface, similar to what you see in India. It’s slow, you can get beaten in the flight and play on backfoot, but you still need a bit of variation, a bit of flight and turn. I could not imagine our spinners on this surface not turning the ball.advertisementQ In the post match conference, Dhoni said he was satisfied with Jadeja. If you were in Dhoni’s position, would you pick Ashwin at Lords?A We have to see what the pitch is like. If the surface is as dry as this [Trentbridge], I might pick two spinners, but we have to wait and see the pitch. If Dhoni wants to pick Jadeja, he can do that. But at the end of the day whoever he picks needs to pick up wickets. If he thinks Jadeja can do a containment role, that’s fine on Day One of the Test match. But other than that on Days 3,4 and 5, the spinner’s got to come into the game. I think it’s not the batting at that number, but it’s bowler who can pick wickets, whether it is Ashwin or Jadeja or Ojha, xyz, any spinner, he is got to pick wickets.Q Coming to the captain’s batting. On the last day at Trentbridge match, it was his opportunity. If he stayed there and saved the match, it would have been a huge statement. Once again that was a problem, wasn’t it?A Yes, but he played well in the first innings. Though he came at an important situation, yes, they dropped him in first innings but he will have to fight hard to keep getting runs. There is a technical weakness. They exploited it last time when we came to England. He kept nicking it to the slips. Probably, on a pitch with a bit more bounce, pace and movement, which we will see as the series goes on. I don’t think they are going to have flat wickets any more in this Test series. He is batting at 6, which is a good thing. But he has done well in this Test match. He fought hard. It was a different Dhoni innings, just got out in the second innings. We’ll have to wait and see what he does in the future Test matches.
MOST READ An initiative of Nofa president Ricky Yanson, the 9-a-side competition has produced several players who have represented the country in invitational tournaments in China over the past few years.“This is our contribution to help the skills and knowledge of young Filipino players,” said Yanson. “We believe that to improve football in the Philippines, a strong grassroots program is the long-term solution.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsWhat sets the Nofa Cup apart from other age-group tournaments is that it doesn’t charge registration fees and in fact gives a subsidy to players, tournament organizer Andrew Infante said.“We make sure that they feel and enjoy the Negrense hospitality,” said Infante. “More importantly, we are hoping to see the best U13 players in the country play at Nofa Cup. This might give them a better chance of making it to the U14 and U15 national boys’ team.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next DOH kicks off nationwide polio vaccination drive PLAY LIST 01:29DOH kicks off nationwide polio vaccination drive01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games01:10PNP-HPG to field 695 personnel to secure ‘Undas’02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Patrombon, Capadocia retain Brookside titles Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Twenty-four of the strongest Under-13 squads, including a team from war-ravaged Marawi City, will dispute the fourth Nofa Cup kicking off May 29 at Sta. Maria field in Bacolod City.It will be the biggest tournament yet for Nofa with six more teams participating from 18 last year when One La Salle took home the crown.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP View comments
The company that’s the first to produce medical marijuana in Iowa will also run two of the dispensaries which sell the products.MedPharm Iowa’s Stephen Wilson oversees the dispensary program:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/PHARM.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC………toll on themselves” ;14Wilson says the MedPharm facilities will have a high level of security and that patient privacy is going to be taken very seriously involving prescription medications:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/PHARM2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……..”like that” :10Wilson says when patients come in they will meet with an expert and an I-pad right in front of them.Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/PHARM3.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC………the patients themselves” :12Sioux City’s dispensary will open soon at 700 Sunnybrook Drive.Wilson says they hope to have an open house in November.
Mumbai: Former India batsman and Andhra Pradesh skipper Venugopal Rao on Tuesday announced retirement from all forms of the game. “Y. Venugopala Rao, former captain of Andhra Ranji team and India international, who has represented India in 16 ODIs, and 65 IPL matches announced his retirement from all the forms of cricket,” the Andhra Cricket Association said in a statement. The 37-year-old from Visakhapatnam could amass only 218 runs with a lone fifty to his name in the 11 innings he played for India after making his debut against Sri Lanka at Dambulla on July 30, 2005. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhHe played his last ODI against West Indies at Basseterre on May 23, 2006. Rao played 121 first-class matches scoring 7,081 runs with 17 hundreds and 30 fifties to his credit. From 2008-2014 he played for Deccan Chargers and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL. The ACA office-bearers recollected his valuable contribution to the game. “The President, Hon. Gen. Secretary and the members of the Andhra Cricket Association wish him all the best of luck for his future career and recollect his valuable contribution made by him for Andhra Cricket Association,” it added.
TORONTO – The University of Toronto says it now owns the oldest English-language book in Canada, a 15th century text that introduced ancient ideas to new audiences.The book is an English translation of essays by Roman politician Marcus Tullius Cicero — “De amicitia” (Of Friendship) and “De senectute” (Of Old Age) — published in 1481 by William Caxton, the first person to print English language books.The printed text, which is now part of the collection at the university’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, carries the first translation of classical texts to English, said PJ Carefoote, the university’s interim head of rare books and special collections.“A book like this is part of that whole transition that’s going to bring western society out of the Middle Ages into what we now call the modern era, with the Renaissance and the Reformation,” said Carefoote.“It’s an important text from the point of view of what it does for reviving learning in the west, that people now have access to something like Cicero … in their own tongue.”The book, which discusses the ideas of old age and friendship and links the two concepts, came just a few years after the first book printed in English — “The Recuyell of the Histories of Troye” — which Carefoote said was printed by Caxton in either 1473 or 1474.Printed English books from that period are particularly hard to come by because of their significance to the history of the language, Carefoote said.Caxton’s books, which translated established languages like Greek and Latin and were mass produced, helped standardize English at a time when it was a new language with varying dialects, Carefoote explained.“When Caxton, this printer, comes along and starts translating works … multiple copies of an English language (book) — and he chooses specifically the London dialect — are being spread across England,” he said.“English starts to become English, it starts to unify.”A book dealer contacted Carefoote about the Caxton text last year, he said, and donations from the public helped the university acquire the book.The way the book is written means it may not be easy for a first-time reader to immediately understand, said Carefoote.“It’s kind of like reading Shakespeare for the first time — it takes a little bit of time,” said Carefoote, who added that the font can also be difficult to understand at first.“People look at it and say ‘oh, I’m not going to be able to read that,’ and I say just look at it for five minutes, and they all say that after you get used to the form, you read it like anything else.”Having the book at the University of Toronto means that students in the book history and print culture program, who study the origins of technology and culture, can use it as study material, Carefoote said, noting that several other departments are interested in the text as well.The book also marks the Fisher library’s 15 millionth book, which Carefoote said was just a happy coincidence.
BRUSSELS — The European Union is slapping sanctions on nine more people over “illegal” elections in eastern Ukraine last month, while it weighs how to help Kyiv in its Black Sea standoff with Russia.EU foreign ministers on Monday imposed asset freezes and travel bans on the nine local government and election officials in Donetsk and Luhansk.It brings to 164 the total number of people under sanctions for “actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine.”Forty-four “entities”, like companies or organizations, are also on the list.Separately Monday, the ministers were due to discuss the Russia tensions with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin.Russian border guards last month fired on three Ukrainian navy vessels in the Black Sea. The vessels and the crews were captured.The Associated Press
Secretary General of Morocco’s Istiqlal Party Nizar Baraka has addressed a letter to the US national security adviser, John Bolton who said in keynote speech at the Heritage Foundation on December 13 that he was concerned and “frustrated” that the territorial conflict in Western Sahara conflict has still not been resolved.Baraka, who also served as a minister of Finance and Economy, said that that he shared the same “sense of frustration” expressed by Bolton, “but not for the same reasons.”“For Moroccans, our frustration is deeper as it extends for more than 62 years, because the independence granted to Morocco in March 1956 was a limited independence, so we continued to struggle to complete the territorial integrity of our country, to include our Sahara regions,” Baraka added. Read Also: Bolton ‘Frustrated’ With UN Failure to Resolve Western Sahara DisputeThe former minister added that Morocco is frustrated to see that the “Moroccan Sahara issue is still stalling in the corridors of the United Nations, despite the historical facts that prove the spiritual, cultural, political and administrative ties that have always connected the inhabitants of the southern provinces to the kingdom of Morocco.”Baraka said that Morocco is “really frustrated” as the international community gives the Polisario Front more worth than deserved regarding the representation of the Sahrawi people.He added that censuses made under the auspices of the UN “confirmed that the vast majority of Sahrawis live in Morocco’s territories.”Read Also: Morocco on Alert after Terror Attack on 2 Scandinavian Tourists“The real representatives of the people of the Sahara are the elected [ Saharawis] in the local and regional councils and parliamentarians, who were democratically elected,” he said. Commenting on Morocco’s autonomy plan, Baraka said that Moroccans are frustrated that the Moroccan initiative which presents a mutually acceptable political solution has not seen the light 11 years after it was submitted to the United Nations.Baraka also condemned the living conditions in Tindouf camps in Algeria, where thousands of Sahrawis live in “unbearable conditions.”Baraka said that Sahrawis who live in “poverty” in the Tindouf camps are “deprived of their right to freedom of movement, because despite the resolutions of the United Nations and the Security Council, UNHCR has not yet been able to conduct a census” of the Sahrawi population living there. During his address at the Heritage Foundation, Bolton criticized the UN peacekeeping mission for have failing to fulfill their mandates, including the UN mission in Western Sahara, also known as MINURSO.“Ladies and gentlemen, 27 years of deployment of this peacekeeping force, 27 years and it’s still there? How can you justify that? I have got to know over the years the Saharawi people, I have enormous respect for them, I have enormous respect for the government and people of Morocco and Algeria, is there not a way to resolve it?” Bolton said.
“You cannot defeat discrimination by shutting your eyes to it and hoping that it will go away. Complacency is discrimination’s best friend,” High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay told a news conference in Geneva, ahead of this year’s Human Rights Day.The theme of this year’s Day, observed annually on 10 December, is “Embrace Diversity: End Discrimination,” and Ms. Pillay shared how she confronted her own prejudices in an earlier stage of her life shaped by the fact that she grew up in apartheid-era South Africa.“We all, and here I include myself, have a tendency to hold ingrained prejudices against certain people because of the group they belong to rather than because of who they actually are as individuals.“It is my hope that starting on this Human Rights Day, people will begin making an extra effort to think about these issues, and about how they as individuals can take action in their own homes, in the workplace and in society at large to first of all identify discrimination, and then tackle it, wherever it raises its ugly head,” said the High Commissioner.As part of the commemoration of the Day, Ms. Pillay will be in South Africa to preside over a panel of high-level judges sitting in the first ever World Human Rights Moot Court competition at the University of Pretoria. Students worldwide will argue a fictional human rights case on the principle of non-discrimination at the event organized by the university and supported by the UN human rights office.Then on 10 December she will speak, along with representatives from the Government, civil society and academia, at a public celebration planned for Freedom Park, which will also feature a performance from South African singer Yvonne Chaka-Chaka.The Day, which commemorates the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the UN General Assembly in 1948, will be marked with numerous other events worldwide. 8 December 2009The United Nations human rights chief today called on individuals everywhere to consider how they can fight discrimination beginning in their own homes and workplaces, stressing the need to overcome complacency which only contributes to the scourge.
The United Nations top envoy for Kosovo, Michael Steiner, today met with a senior European official to discuss the province’s second round of municipal elections later this year, to be organized again by the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). “I informed the Foreign Minister about the ongoing talks in this respect: there is a chance that we can achieve elections, on the condition that all the leaders do their job and show the necessary spirit of compromise,” Mr. Steiner told a press conference in Pristina after his meeting with Portugal’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jaime Gama, the OSCE’s current Chairman-in-Office. Last night in a televised address to the people of Kosovo, Mr. Steiner, the chief of the UN Interim Administration Mission (UNMIK), announced that municipal elections would be held on 21 September if the political leaders elected last November to the Assembly acted quickly to form a provisional self-government. The Assembly has yet to agree on key positions, including a President and Prime Minister for the province. Mr. Gama said “because this [process] has a sequence, as an overall exercise for regaining political expression for the people of Kosovo, then it makes sense that local elections take place if there is a result from the previous general elections.” The OSCE Chairman added that he would take this view to the local political leaders today and would tell them that “you are representing the people of Kosovo and should abide by the spirit of negotiation and compromise which are the basic rules for modern politics…I’m sure we will get a result.” Asked if he had a way out to break the deadlock in the Assembly, Mr. Steiner said, “It’s up to those who have been elected to find that solution…If we have the necessary spirit of compromise, if the leaders cannot follow their own party interests, but follow the interest of Kosovo, we will find a solution…I think it is possible to do that and I will work for that to be the outcome.”
“Reconciliation should be at the heart of all your efforts. To guide the country on the path of peace, reconciliation and development, it is essential to work together,” Mr. Eliasson said on the second day of his visit to the country, where he urged the Assembly to draw on the outcomes of the May 2015 Bangui Forum, a milestone in the country’s reconciliation process. Noting that CAR faced “daunting” challenges – nearly one million Central Africans are displaced; half the population needs humanitarian assistance; and virtually all infrastructure and essential services must be rebuilt – Mr. Eliasson said moving forward would require addressing the root causes of the conflict, end impunity, promoting political openness and fighting against the marginalization of certain groups and certain communities.“You, as parliamentarians, you play a crucial role. You have the power to enact legislation to ensure equality and the well-being of all Central Africans,” he said, adding that the Assembly members have the power to hold the Government to account on its management of the country “and to meet the needs and aspirations of men, women and children that you represent.”More than three years of civil war and sectarian violence have displaced thousands of people in the CAR amid continuing clashes between the mainly Muslim Séléka rebel coalition and anti-Balaka militia, which are mostly Christian. The UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the country, known by its French acronym, MINUSCA, was set up two years ago to protect civilians and assist with the political transition. The Mission now has a troop strength of nearly 10,000.In his remarks, Mr. Eliasson said the month of October has been particularly violent, resulting in the tragic deaths of many people, which many injured, including in the capital, Bangui, as well as Bambari or Kaga Bandoro. “We have learned from these painful events and will do everything in our capacity to prevent such atrocities,” he said.Strongly condemning the violence, he assured the Assembly of the determination of the United Nations “to shed light on the unfortunate incident last Monday in Bangui,” referring to demonstrations against the Government and the United Nations that were accompanied by violence on 24 October. “MINUSCA will support any request by the judicial authorities of the Central African Republic to that effect,” he continued, and the Mission is “unequivocally here to protect the Central African population and will do so impartially. We respect everyone’s right to demonstrate peacefully and protect this right if necessary.” “But I also call on you not to yield to provocative speeches or attempts to destabilize your new democratic institutions by the enemies of peace. We must all [stand] against those who want to prevent the peaceful and resolute march of the country towards more progress and shared prosperity,” the UN deputy chief underscored. Mr. Eliasson went on to reaffirm the deep commitment of the United Nations and the international community to honour fully their partnership with CAR, noting that the UN has provided support in areas such as humanitarian assistance, reconciliation, recovery and development, and through the presence of MINUSCA.“In fulfilling our mission in your country, we will continue to make the protection of civilians a fundamental concern. In this regard, the Secretary-General and I will continue to require our peacekeepers and our personal exemplary conduct and strict compliance with our zero-tolerance policy against sexual exploitation and sexual abuse,” he stated. In addition, cooperation among the Central African Government, the European Union, the UN and the World Bank, has led to the development of “national plan for recovery.” This plan will be presented and discussed at the donor conference in Brussels on 17 November, which, Mr. Eliasson would attend as the head of the UN delegation.“Together we must build […] a better future for the Central African people. The UN is here, at your side, in this noble and necessary mission,” concluded the UN deputy chief. Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson (right) meets with President Faustin Archange Touadéra of the Central African Republic (CAR) during a two day visit to the country. UN Photo/Herve Serefio
OSU redshirt-sophomore wide receiver Michael Thomas (left) outruns defenders following a catch against Kent State on Sept. 13 at Ohio Stadium. Thomas led OSU in receiving with 77 yards on 2 catches with a touchdown in OSU’s 66-0 win.Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorIn its season-opening win against Toledo last week, the Cincinnati football team attempted 42 passes.Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said he was worried the Bearcats could throw it 75 times when they face the Buckeyes, but then backtracked and decided his concern lies with a different statistic.“No, I’m worried they’d catch it 75 times,” Meyer said Wednesday. “It’s ‘cause they’re really good.”Meyer said pass defense is his main focus during OSU’s week off after a 66-0 win against Kent State last Saturday.Cincinnati redshirt-sophomore quarterback Gunner Kiel — who has just one game under his belt for the Bearcats — threw for 418 yards and six touchdowns in his team’s first game of the season. Meyer said Kiel and his teammates caught OSU’s attention during that game.“Pass defense is going to be the call to arms,” the third-year OSU coach said. “They’re really good, and they got a really good quarterback.”Meyer said he expected to see the Bearcats struggle — or at least have more mistakes — last week as Kiel made his debut, but added that didn’t happen. After watching that performance, Meyer said his Buckeyes don’t necessarily have an edge on Cincinnati, even though they have two more games under their belts.“Go watch the first half against Toledo and you’d say no,” he said. “You’d think there would be more first-game mistakes with a new quarterback but … they were outstanding.”Despite the concern surrounding his team’s ability to defend against the Cincinnati passing attack, redshirt-sophomore safety Tyvis Powell said he is looking forward to making a statement, especially when it comes to pass defense.“I’m not shying away from it, I’m actually kind of excited about it,” Powell said. “Like I said, I’m ready to show the world that the pass defense has improved.”So far this season, the Buckeyes have given up just 298 yards through the air, or 99.3 yards per game on average. But that includes a matchup with the Navy Midshipmen — who only threw four passes — and the demolition of an overmatched Kent State team.The only real test for the OSU pass defense so far in 2014 has come against Virginia Tech, and even the Hokies don’t tend to put up the same numbers Cincinnati did through the air last week.While redshirt-freshman linebacker Darron Lee said this wasn’t quite finals week for the OSU pass defense, he compared it to something like an important midterm exam.“I wouldn’t say a final exam because you’ve still got the rest of the season to go,” Lee said on Wednesday. “But I’d say it’s the first big test.”Lee said the team is preparing with Kiel and the Bearcats’ passing attack in mind, and added he hopes to show the development the defense has undergone this season.“I think what people are going to see is our pass defense has come full circle,” he said. “We’re preparing for that and we’ll be ready.”Powell said matchups like the one OSU is set to have against the Bearcats are what defensive backs like him “live for.”“It’s like a huge game of seven-on-seven but with a pass rush,” he said.After seeing what Cincinnati was able to do against Toledo, Powell said OSU is working to be ready and waiting when Kiel and the Bearcats arrive in Columbus. He said the Buckeyes expect Cincinnati to come in throwing, especially since OSU has struggled in pass defense in recent seasons.“We know that they know that, so we know that they’re going to come trying to sling the rock on us, so that’s why all week we’ve been focusing on pass defense,” Powell said. “Putting in new coverages and stuff like that.”While Powell said he can’t disclose exactly what those changes to the pass defense will be, he said they are coming in preparation for what could be the best passing attack the Buckeyes face all season.“For the secondary, this is big,” Powell said. “Because this is like the best quarterback with the best wide receiver core group we’re going to see all season. So this is the best time to show the fans that the pass defense has improved.”The Buckeyes’ matchup with Cincinnati is scheduled for Sept. 27 at Ohio Stadium. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. The Bearcats are scheduled to have one more game — against Miami (Ohio) on Saturday — before making the trip to Columbus.
I am thrilled to be working with HarperCollins to share some of my own crazy experiences on the front lines of social media and to inspire people of all ages to embrace technology, as well as the new set of social norms that come along with it.Zuckerberg, who has founded her own Zuckerberg Media company, is known in part for opposing anonymity online, saying it enables cyberbullying.Her brother co-founded Facebook in his Harvard University dorm room in 2004, and his net worth is estimated at $9.4 billion.Un-friended: Mark Zuckerberg’s sister leaves Facebook to start her own firm> THE SISTER OF Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a two-book deal.HarperCollins has announced that Randi Zuckerberg, a social media executive and entrepreneur who left Facebook in 2011, is planning a memoir/lifestyle book titled Dot Complicated and a children’s story.Dot Complicated is scheduled for release in November and will combine personal and professional insights for the digital age, from Zuckerberg’s years as Facebook’s marketing director to becoming a mother in 2011.Dot Complicated also is the name of her online newsletter.Zuckerberg said in a statement technology has changed almost every part of people’s lives, resulting in a digital society “that feels a lot like the wild, wild west.”
A GERMAN TELEVISION crew are currently spending four days in south Kerry interviewing locals and councillor Danny Healy-Rae about rural isolation.Danny, the son of former TD Jackie and brother of current Independent TD Michael, is no stranger to the German media spotlight.He told TheJournal.ie that this is the fourth German media crew to visit him in his Kerry constituency.German Playboy“There was a magazine crowd from Hamburg, another TV crew came from Cologne, this German crew, they are also from Hamburg, and then there was German Playboy…”Danny explains that he was interviewed for the March edition of the lads magazine.“It was the one with Rosanna Davison in it. The one where she didn’t have much on… I was further on in the magazine from her. I have three of the issues in the boot of the car actually.”Drink drivingThe German television station Spiegel are “meeting with people living in small villages and small towns [in Kerry], where shops are closing and pubs are closing,” Michael Healy-Rae told TheJournal.ie. “It highlights a problem that’s also in Germany too.”Michael believes that the show will be watched by around two million people in Germany and should be broadcast “either this Sunday or next Sunday. It’ll be in German but there will be subtitles”.The crew filmed a Kerry Council Constituency meeting yesterday evening and were in the Healy-Rae’s bar on Sunday.Danny said they never condoned drink driving. He wanted permits for people living in certain areas so they could “enjoy one or two in the pub. It would be a form of discretion by gardaí”.“A person going out playing a game of cards, having a drink or two and driving home never hurt anyone,” added Michael.Media ridiculeMichael believes that people in Ireland did not understand what they meant because the media “ridiculed” them.“It’s only smart alecks that think we are wrong,” said Michael.Danny said he was not worried about how he was representing Ireland internationally and stood by his idea that locals in rural Kerry should be allowed drink alcohol and drive.“When people [Germans] see the type of roads and the type of people they understand it exactly,” he said.He called on the the government and “the powers that be to give this consideration”.“People in rural Ireland are not getting fair play,” Danny said.Column: Healy-Rae’s drink-driving vote is insulting to people who’ve lost loved ones>Read: Here’s how the world reacted to the Kerry drink-driving story>
Ötzi, l’homme congelé du Néolithique, avait des problèmes de dentsDes chercheurs suisses ont étudié l’état bucco-dentaire d’Ötzi, cet homme préhistorique momifié par le froid et découvert dans un glacier voici plus de vingt ans. Ceci a permis de montrer l’ancienneté de certaines pathologies humaines… Ötzi, cet homme du Néolithique mort il y a quelque 5.300 ans, conservé presque intact jusqu’à nos jours dans un glacier alpin où il fut retrouvé en 1991, vient de faire sa première visite chez le dentiste ! En l’occurrence, Roger Seiler, spécialisé en paléopathologie dentaire au Centre de médecine évolutionnaire de l’Université de Zurich. L’examen bucco-dentaire de la momie naturelle a été réalisé grâce à la reconstruction en 3D de tomographies (photos de coupes d’organes) et a révélé plusieurs problèmes sanitaires. D’après les travaux publiés dans la revue European Journal of Oral Sciences, cet homme souffrait de parodontite avancée – une inflammation du parodonte, le tissu de soutien des dents -, en particulier au niveau des molaires arrière. “La perte du parodonte a toujours été une maladie très fréquente, comme l’examen de crânes de l’âge de pierre et de momies égyptiennes l’a [déjà] montré. Ötzi nous offre un excellent aperçu d’un cas aussi ancien de cette maladie”, explique Roger Seiler. “Ötzi a souffert de lourdes abrasions dentaires et avait plusieurs lésions carieuses – parfois graves”, ajoute Frank Rühli, directeur de l’étude. Une denture qui a souffert Selon les auteurs, le régime alimentaire néolithique, à base de farine de céréales plus ou moins bien moulues, et l’absence probable d’hygiène dentaire expliquent cette usure des dents – la nourriture contenait vraisemblablement des déchets abrasifs – et ces caries – provoquées par les glucides.Mais ce n’est pas tout si l’on en croit les observations qui ont été faites. Une dent de devant a semble t-il subi un traumatisme mécanique probablement accidentel, entraînant une décoloration encore bien visible. Ajouté à cela, une molaire a perdu une cuspide (saillie), probablement en mâchant sur quelque chose de dur. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Depuis la découverte de ce spécimen extraordinaire, de nombreux examens scientifiques ont eu lieu. Ceux-ci ont permis notamment de constater que l’homme avait souffert d’artériosclérose. Néanmoins, c’est la première fois qu’une étude approfondie de sa denture est réalisée.(crédits photo : UZH) Le 11 avril 2013 à 15:45 • Maxime Lambert
FC Porto president Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa has revealed that he wants Iker Casillas to stay with the club for next seasonThe former Spain international has been with the Primeira Liga leaders since July 2015 and is set to be released at the end of the current season due to his wages being too high for the club to maintain.But Diario AS has now been reported that Casillas, who has recently regained his place as Porto’s first-choice goalkeeper earlier this season, is willing to lower his wage demands in an effort to remain with the club beyond his current deal.“Of course, we want Casillas to stay with us,” said Pinto da Costa, according to Football-Espana.Sergio Ramos targets 200 games after equalling Spain record Andrew Smyth – September 9, 2019 Sergio Ramos plans to play international football “for many more years” to reach 200 appearances for Spain after equalling Iker Casillas’ record.“We are happy that Iker is at the club, he is a great goalkeeper and a great person, he has demonstrated that he is a major player for us.“I cannot guarantee that he would stay, but I would like it if he did.”AS has also reported that Casillas is not short of interest with clubs in America, the UAE, China and Mexico all heavily interested in securing the 36 year-old’s services.
TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:edwin astwood, Pdm, problem, salem baptist church Only Doug and Ralph and Ruth can fit, that’s why Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 09 Jun 2015 – The People’s Democratic Movement engine is revved up and ready to go now, with the two leaders solidified in a weekend convention by the party held in its birthplace, Grand Turk. The Grand Turk South & Salt Cay, Member of Parliament said if you do not like how things are going in the country, the PDM is not to blame.“So all the problems that you have been facing in a decade, it’s nothing to do with the PDM, it’s all PNP. A whole decade of problems nothing to do with the PDM, nothing that is wrong in the country right now you can point at the PDM. We haven’t been here, we haven’t been messing up. We have a government here messing up for some 12, 13, 14 years; it is time to get rid of them, it is time for PDM and its PDM time and we are gonna take the next election… thank you.”Hon Edwin Astwood there… the party on Sunday morning joined Salem Baptist Church for worship. TCI Country Leaders condemn vicious memes Recommended for you
Hyderabad: Residents of MLA Colony, Road number 12 in Banjara Hills, staged a protest against the functioning of three hospitals in their colony. Holding placards, residents, including women, of different ages staged a protest on the road for three hours from 9 am till 12 noon on Saturday. Police reached the spot and appealed to the colony residents to withdraw their protest. Also Read – GHMC assures solution to drainage problem Advertise With Us According to Paduri Karuna, BJP spokesperson, who also is a resident of the colony, three private hospitals, including a cancer hospital, were functioning in a residential colony in violation of norms. ” We have complained to six government wings including GHMC, Fire Department, PCB about parking woes, footpath encroachment, disposal of bio-medical waste etc. and pursuing the issue for the last one year. Till now no action has been taken,” she said. According to the colony association members, police have assured them that a top GHMC official will visit the place to take stock of the situation in the colony.
*This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Farjana Liakat. Jasim Uddin. Prothom Alo File PhotoThe branch manager of Agrani Bank in Hathazari, Jasim Uddin, has created a mobile app ‘Simplification of Krishi and Palli Loan’, for hassle free agricultiral and rural loan application by farmers.Jasim Uddin noticed saw the hassle faced by farmers while applying for loans that motivated him how inventing the software application in 2016.The software and mobile app has brought him much recognition, including the upazila award and it has now become the model for farmers’ loans.Following Jasim’s invention, Agrani Bank has signed an agreement with the prime minister’s office’s A2i project for simplifying loan facilities for farmers.Jasim Uddin has been made the founder director of the project. The project has been implemented in all branches of government banks and two branches of each private bank. Agrani Bank authorities appointed Jasim Uddin as the CEO of Agrani Remittance House in Canada.“Jasim’s software is being used as the model for simplifying farmers’ loan in various banks by Bangladesh Bank. It will make the process for loan easy and will be more agriculture friendly,” says the managing director Mohammad Shams-Ul Islam.How it worksThe web address for Jasim’s app is: www.onlinekrishi.gov.bd. The applicant has to download the app first. Using the app or on the homepage of the Union Digital centre (UDG), he can register on the website with his National Identity Card and mobile phone number.The registration will be completed with filing an activation number sent to the mobile number. The farmer can update his profile and information by clicking on enter button.The applicant now can fill the form for loan with necessary information and mention the nearest bank along with the information of two guarantors. He has to provide scanned copies of necessary documents and click enter.He will receive an sms of whether the loan application has been approved or not. He will collect the money later from the bank. The process will cost 50 taka.The application will be verified by the officials of upazila agriculture, fisheries and livestock. The loan officer in the bank will verify if the applicant is eligible for the loan and the branch manager will approve at the final round.As many as 1,100 farmers have registered for loans through the app so far of which 630 farmers applied for loan. Some 525 farmers’ loans of 30 million taka were granted.“The loan process is easier now. UDC is here to help the farmers. All the banks are asked to adopt the procedure. As many as 21 banks adopted the process so far.A farmer Abdul Hamid who received loan using the app has expressed his satisfaction. “It was hassle free. It was much difficult earlier,” he said.BackgroundJasim Uddin is from Raozan upazila in Chattogram. He started working as a computer teacher in Noapara High School in Raozan in 2005. He joined as an IT officer at Agrani Bank after a year. He was appointed as the branch manager of Hathazari branch of Agrani Bank in 2015 where he created the software.“I was the member secretary of the loan distributing committee. The data for lead banking were used to present manually in papers at the monthly meeting of the committee, “ Jasim told Prothom Alo.“Then i created a software to make presentations. Later I created the software for simplifying loans and exhibited it to the innovation fair in Hathazari in 2017. It won the best prize at the time,” he added.RecognitionsJasim finds it the best recognition and award for his invention to be incorporated as A2i project. Besides, Agrani Bank bangladesh Ltd rewarded him with a certificate and 50 thousand taka in 2017.Also, he received the award for best innovation at upazila level in the same year.The ‘Simplification of Krishi and Polli Loan’ software was filed for United Nations World Summit Awards (WSA) along with six other projects from Bangladesh. Jasim Uddin received a certificate for this software.