3 held over killing of Amethi BJP worker

first_imgAmethi (UP): Three suspects have been arrested in connection with the killing of a BJP worker in Uttar Pradesh’s Amethi district two days ago, police said on Monday.Director General of Police (DGP) O P Singh said there was a local-level political rivalry between the deceased, Surendra Singh, 50, and the father of one of the accused. “We have arrested three persons. After the incident was reported, as many as seven people were taken into custody and they were thoroughly quizzed,” Singh told reporters here. “Among the seven people, there were three who were linked with the incident.” Also Read – Pak activated 20 terror camps & 20 launch pads along LoCAmethi Superintendent of Police Rajesh Kumar said those arrested have been identified as Ramchandra, Dharmanath and Naseem, while two persons were absconding. Singh, a close aide of newly-elected Amethi MP Smriti Irani, was shot when he was sleeping in his house at Baraulia village, 25 km from the district headquarters, on Saturday night. The former village head was referred to a Lucknow hospital, but succumbed to injuries during treatment. “The incident is a result of old enmity. There was tension between the slain ex-pradhan and Dharamnath since the last panchayat election,” the SP said. Also Read – Two squadrons which participated in Balakot airstrike awarded citationsBoth were preparing for the coming panchayat election that is likely to be held later this year, police sources said. The DGP said a .315 bore countrymade pistol and a blood-stained towel had been recovered from Ramchandra, whose motorcycle was also used in the incident and is yet to be recovered. The officer said the towel had been sent for forensic examination. “In unveiling the entire case, the police have examined circumstantial evidences and electronic surveillance,” he said. Singh said Atul Singh and Waseem, who are on the run, have been traced at Delhi and Lucknow. The arrests come a day after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had directed the DGP to take effective action in the case.last_img read more

Tottenham target Draxler sees future at PSG

first_imgBerlin: Germany midfielder Julian Draxler has played down rumours linking him to Tottenham Hotspur and said he wants to stay at Paris Saint-Germain. “I feel very happy here, I am playing for a great coach at a great club,” Draxler, 25, told Kicker magazine on Tuesday. Draxler, who earned his 50th cap in Germany’s 2-0 win over Belarus last Saturday, has been in and out of the PSG first eleven since joining the club in 2017. He has recently been linked with Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen and Tottenham Hotspur, but the midfielder told Kicker that he was keen to extend his contract in Paris, which runs until 2021. Also Read – We don’t ask for kind of tracks we get: Bowling coach Arun”PSG is a crazy club in a positive way, things can happen from one day to the next, but I don’t think anybody is looking to kick me out here,” he said. “I will prepare for next season just like the last, and if I am offered a new contract, I will listen.” Asked directly about rumours of a move to Tottenham or Bayern last Saturday, Draxler told Bild newspaper that he had “no intention” of leaving PSG. “I can’t say anything about the rumours. I haven’t heard anything about it from the club, and I haven’t spoken with anyone,” he said.last_img read more

Sarah Polley to adapt Zoe Whittalls The Best Kind of People

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Sarah Polley has optioned the film rights to Zoe Whittall’s novel The Best Kind of People and will write and direct the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.Whittall’s novel was a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize and a national bestseller in Canada. The Best Kind of People is set in a small, wealthy American community where a popular teacher at a local prep school is charged with sexual assault. The book explores the perspectives of his wife, teenage daughter and adult son, a prominent family in the community now facing social exclusion.“In these frightening times, I believe it is more important than ever to tell this tale of rape culture, and how a family and a community grapples with who should be believed, and how far empathy can stretch itself,” said Polley to The Hollywood Reporter. Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement Polley is no stranger to adaptations of CanLit. She earned an Academy Award nomination for best adapted screenplay for Away From Her, which was based on the Alice Munro short story “A Bear Came Over the Mountain.” She recently wrote and produced a six-hour miniseries adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace, which will star Sarah Gadon and air on CBC and Netflix.“I still can’t believe it’s happening,” said Whittall in an email to CBC Books. “She’s so iconic and makes such beautiful, meaningful films, that I’m just thrilled. Beyond thrilled. I know I can trust her with the material to transform the story for the screen.” Facebooklast_img read more

Cargo train makes first rail trip between China and Mongolia UN commission

“On 8 November, as the train is flagged on its way, the railways of China and Mongolia will take the first step towards the implementation of a grander vision to link Asia and Europe by land and one that may eventually change the face of transport in north-east Asia,” said Barry Cable, Chief of the Transport and Tourism Division of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).A pilot container block-train will make the 1,700-kilometre journey as part of ESCAP’s Trans-Asian Railway project under a six-country agreement reached at a meeting in Ulaanbaatar in early October.Under the agreement, China, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Republic of Korea and the Russian Federation made a commitment to boost rail movement across borders and recognize the role of railways in regional economic development.The ESCAP project will help to provide land-bridge services linking two of the world’s most economically active regions, northeast Asia and the European Union. Listen to UN Radio report read more

Selfitis the obsessive need to post selfies is a genuine mental disorder

first_img‘Selfitis’ is a genuine mental condition and people who feel compelled to continually post pictures of themselves on social media may need help, psychologists have warned. 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. They have now confirmed the ‘selfitis’ does indeed exist and have even developed a ‘Selfitis Behaviour Scale’ which can be used to assess its severity…. Following on from the hoax, researchers at Nottingham Trent University and Thiagarajar School of Management in India decided to investigate whether there was any truth in the phenomenon. The term was first coined in 2014 to describe obsessive selfie-taking in a spoof news story which suggested the American Psychiatric Association was considering classifying it as a disorder.last_img read more

Private mining boom in India a major focus for JCB growth in

first_imgJCB India Ltd is a leading manufacturer of earthmoving and construction equipment in India and unlike in the rest of the world, mining is a major focus market for the company in India. The company started as a joint venture in 1979 and is now a fully owned subsidiary of J.C. Bamford Excavators (JCB) in the UK. With five state-of-the-art factories in India, it today manufactures a wide range of world-class equipment, not only for India, but also for global markets.It introduced backhoe loaders in India close to four decades ago and has since expanded its product range to over 50 different models in eight product categories. The Ballabgarh factory near New Delhi, which is the world’s largest factory for backhoe loaders, is also the headquarters for JCB India. This facility, apart from backhoe loaders, also manufactures skid steer loaders, telehandlers, diesel generators and diesel engines. The company expanded its operations in 2006 and 2007 by setting up two factories at Pune for its Heavyline business. These factories manufacture tracked excavators, wheeled loaders, compaction equipment and Fabrications for the Group. With over 400 engineers, Pune also has JCB’s largest Design Centre outside of the UK.A further investment in India was made at Jaipur in 2014 with the inauguration of a 114-acre, eco-friendly, green manufacturing facility. This facility today manufactures Mini Excavators, Skid Steers and Fabrications.JCB India states: “India has a unique blend of big and small, manual and mechanised, opencast and underground mines. The total number of working coal mines as on date are 572, in the oil sector there are 29 oil projects excluding installations off-shore beyond territorial waters. As far as metaliferous mines are concerned, a fair estimate indicates about 6,000. The total workforce of the mining industry in India consists of about one million workers. The sector is witnessing a lot of growth primarily due to the rise in infrastructure development and automotive production. Power and cement industries are also aiding growth, while the demand for iron and steel is set to continue, given the strong growth expectations for the residential and commercial building industry. There is also a significant scope for new mining capacities in iron ore, bauxite and coal and considerable opportunities for future discoveries of sub- surface deposits. In February 2017, the country’s coal ministry allowed private companies to engage in mining activities for commercial purposes. With this overview and a clear vision of the development needs of the country, the mining industry requires the technological know how of state-of-the-art mining equipment and mining machinery to leverage its true potential.”JCB says it has a range of mining equipment and mining machinery that is exceptionally suited for the stone quarrying and mining industry. “From excavation, hauling and loading to road maintenance, dozing, power backup and maintenance, JCB’s range of wheeled loaders and excavators are the perfect mining machine partners. From 20 t to 38 t, JCB mining excavators are the ultimate mining machines when it comes to delivering against various performance parameters including output and fuel efficiency, reliability and durability and very critical to this industry, mining equipment service and guaranteed mining machine support. The JCB wheeled loaders spanning from 3 t – 5 t boast of industry-leading performance and operating cost that deliver best-in-class output amongst mining equipment and mining machinery.”last_img read more

Hungary Pick Szeged remains undefeated on home ground

The last match of the regular season between hosts Pick Szeged and Tatabánya started at a very odd time on Sunday at 13.10. Szeged had one missing player, playmaker Dániel Buday. There wasn’t too much at stake as Pick had already finished 2., Tatabánya 4. The guests had four former Szeged players, ‘forever young’ Ivo Diaz and the captain of the Hungarian national team Gergely Harsányi on their side.In the first ten minutes it seemed that lunch had a very bad effect on Pick players as the guests quickly gained a five-goal lead (1-6). Coach Skaliczki substituted frequently and tried many unusual tactical variations which is why Szeged’s play was erratic at best. After 10 minutes team captain Attila Vadkerti shifted to higher gear and Pick started getting closer, but they could only equalize in the 24th minute (9-9). Key Pick players began to take more active role, goals by Ancsin and Sulc with successful run-ins by Vadkerti resulted in a 3-goal Szeged lead at half-time (14-11). The biggest difference was reached in the 42th minute (22-14). Yet another setback in Szeged’s play followed (it’s possible some players were already thinking about next week’s CL quarterfinal against Kielce…), allowing Tatabánya to getback into the match a few minutes before the end (25-22).They were unable to equalize however meaning that Pick Szeged kept their undefeated status at home in the Hungarian League (28-22). Young Szeged goalkeeper Mihály Tóth’s performance was remarkable, he produced many great saves, including two penalties during his playtime.Best scorers: Ancsin 6, Prodanovic-Pribanic 4 / Lele 5, Harsányi 4 Text: Gábor Várkonyi, Péter ButtyPhoto: www.szegedma.hu ancsinpickPick Szegedskaliczkisulctatabanyatothvadkerti ← Previous Story Poland (Round 20): Vive Kielce with no problems against Czuwaj Przemyśl Next Story → Women’s EHF CL: Sweet revenge for Gyor in Podgorica – Krim one step to semi-final read more

Les comètes à lorigine des océans terrestres

first_imgLes comètes à l’origine des océans terrestres ?Des chercheurs de l’ESA ont découvert que la comète Hartley 2, passée récemment près de la Terre, comportait une eau de composition chimique semblable à celle des océans terrestres. Une piste intéressante pour expliquer l’un des plus grands mystères de l’univers : la présence d’eau sur Terre.Bien que cela paraisse étonnant, l’eau est probablement un élément étranger à la Terre. En effet, si les scientifiques ne sont toujours pas d’accord sur son origine exacte, ils s’accordent cependant sur le fait que, lors de la formation du système solaire, la Terre était tellement chaude que la plupart des éléments volatils, dont l’eau, se sont évaporés. Seules quelques régions relativement lointaines, au delà de l’orbite de Mars, en ont conservé une grande quantité. À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESAUn grand nombre de chercheurs pensent donc que l’eau a fait son retour plusieurs millions d’années après la formation de la Terre, sous forme de glace transportée à bord de petits corps célestes : les astéroïdes et, dans une moindre mesure, les comètes. Toutefois, des astrophysiciens travaillant avec le télescope spatial Herschel de l’Agence spatiale européenne (ESA) ont découvert, pour la toute première fois, que les comètes avaient probablement joué un rôle plus important que prévu dans l’apparition de l’eau sur Terre, rapporte l’AFP.Pour faire une telle trouvaille, ils ont analysé la comète Hartley 2, passée en 2010 par le système solaire à 18 millions de kilomètres de la Terre et ce qu’ils ont démontré s’est révélé très surprenant. La comète contenait de l’eau dont la composition chimique s’est avérée très proche de celle de l’eau des océans terrestres. “Nos mesures ont montré que l’eau de la comète contient un atome de deutérium pour 6.200 atomes d’hydrogène”, un taux très proche de celui de la Terre qui est d’environ un atome pour 6.400 d’hydrogène, explique Paul Hartogh de l’Institut Max Planck de recherches sur le système solaire (MPS). Cette composition suggère alors que les comètes auraient pu apporter bien plus que les 10% d’eau terrestre qu’on leur accordait jusqu’ici. Un apport à confirmer et à évaluer Pourtant, ce n’est pas la première comète que les astrophysiciens analysent mais jusqu’ici les six candidates avaient démontré une concentration en deutérium, un isotope naturel de l’hydrogène beaucoup plus importante. Ainsi, les scientifiques ont précisé qu’il sera tout de même nécessaire d’analyser de nombreux autres échantillons pour mieux évaluer l’apport en eau des comètes sur Terre mais “des comètes du type de Hartley 2 doivent désormais bien être prises en compte”, souligne le chercheur. Le 6 octobre 2011 à 12:07 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Bajaj Finserv rises 8 on report of stake buyout in insurance ventures

first_imgBajaj Finserv was asked by the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Monday to clarify on a news report that the company is planning to buy out the 26 percent stake held by its German partner in its two insurance ventures. The stock spurted more than 8 percent on the BSE during the day and was trading at Rs. 2,212,  a gain of 6.58 percent at around 11.20 a.m.”The Exchange has sought clarification from Bajaj Finserv Ltd with reference to the news appeared in newspaper Mint ‘Bajaj Finserv is likely to buy out Allianz’s stakes in Bajaj Allianz Life’. The reply is awaited,” the exchange said.Financial services company Bajaj Finserv holds 74 percent in the two insurance companies namely Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance company Ltd and Bajaj General Insurance Company Ltd.The cost of acquisition is expected to be about Rs. 10,000 crore, the Mint reported, citing three sources who are aware of the development.”Bajaj is willing to buy Allianz’s 26% stake each in the two firms. As per the fair-valuation method, Bajaj will have to invest around Rs.10,000 crore to buy Allianz’s stakes in the two insurance companies,” the daily quoted one of the sources as saying.A senior Bajaj Finserve confirmed that the company has initiated talks with Allianz.”The discussions between Bajaj and Allianz are on. No final decision has been taken yet on whether Bajaj will buy Allianz’s stake or a third party will come and acquire Allianz’s holding in the two insurance JVs,” Sanjiv Bajaj, managing director at Bajaj Finserv, told the Mint.The Narendra Modi government raised the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in the insurance sector from 26 percent to 49 percent in March this year. Since then, foreign partners of many joint venture companies have been increasing their stakes in the companies formed with equity participation by Indian companies.There are 24 life insurance and 28 general insurance companies in India.The biggest player in the life insurance is state-run Life Insurance Corporation of India with an almost 70 percent share.last_img read more

Poll Finds Many Harvey Victims Saying They Still Need Help

first_imgDavid J. Phillip/APHurricane Harvey dropped record rainfall on Houston neighborhoods like this one, near Addicks Reservoir.More than three months after Hurricane Harvey walloped Texas, many affected residents say they’re still not getting help they need and President Donald Trump is getting low marks for his handling of the disaster, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation/Episcopal Health Foundation survey released Tuesday.The poll is another indication of how families along the Texas coast continue struggling in wake of the Category 4 storm, which left Houston underwater and killed more than 80 people.Nearly half of residents who said they had property damage or lost their job or work hours because of Harvey say they’re not getting the resources needed to get back on their feet. Federal officials have approved $1.4 billion in Harvey assistance to individuals and households but the survey showed signs of confusion and frustration: More than 6 in 10 denied applicants say they received no information on how to try again.MORE: Houston Matters Discusses Harvey Survey With Elena Marks of Episcopal HealthTrump, who has consistently low approval ratings nationally, also received worse numbers than Congress or Texas leaders for their response to Harvey, with half saying the president was doing a fair or poor job.Fears over immigration enforcement may also have a chilling effect on asking for help: Of those surveyed who were likely to be in the U.S. illegally, a majority were either very or somewhat worried about drawing attention to their status if they reached out for help.“It’s a really mixed picture for a lot of people. We do see people saying their lives are back to normal,” said Liz Hamel, the director of public opinion and survey research for Kaiser. But she added, “The people who are having more trouble recovering are the ones who started out in a more tenuous position.”African-American residents and those living well below the federal poverty level were most likely to say they needed more help. Applying for disaster assistance and repairing damaged homes were the biggest concerns to those needing help, followed by finding affordable housing and getting medical care.About 4 in 10 were also not confident about Harvey relief dollars trickling down to those who need it most.More than 892,000 have applied for aid with the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the aftermath of Harvey slamming the Texas coast on Aug. 25. About one-third of those applicants were deemed ineligible, and FEMA spokesman Robert Howard said every person who is denied aid receives a letter stating the reason and information on the appeals process.The White House last month sent Congress a $44 billion disaster aid package that was criticized by lawmakers as being too small. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, called it “wholly inadequate” while White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Texas should “step up” and provide more state money to rebuilding efforts.The survey of 1,635 adults was conducted by phone Oct. 17-Nov. 20 using a random sample of residents that suffered large amounts of property damage from Harvey, according to FEMA reports. The margin of sampling error for all respondents is plus or minus 3.0 percentage points. Sharelast_img read more

Review The 8BitDo SN30 Pro Is an Elite Nintendo Switch Controller

first_imgStay on target Nintendo Switch’s official Pro controller is one of the best gaming controllers on the market. Though great, the controller lacks customization. This is where our friends at 8BitDo come to the rescue. The company has made a name for itself with its line of retro-style wireless controllers. Now, it has released its own Pro Switch controller: the 8Bitdo SN30 Pro+.Not only does the new controller look and feel great, but it also comes with software that allows for deep customization. The 8BitDo Pro+ is a must-own controller for Nintendo Switch users who wish to get more out of their system.The 8Bitdo SN30 Pro+ is physically a cross between a Super Nintendo and DualShock 4 controller. There are three variants: SN, GB, and Black editions. SN resembles the color scheme of the Super Nintendo, while GB has the look of the original GameBoy. The controller’s size and weight prevent it from feeling like a Super Nintendo controller, though it has the same texture. The SN30 Pro+ is more in line with a DualShock 4’s button layout and weight. Buttons click and spring in a satisfactory manner while the analog sticks move with just the right amount of resistance. It’s an overall comfortable device you can easily play for hours.On its own, the SN30 Pro+ is a winner. What takes it to the next level is the software that enables users to customize the controller’s functions. With the Ultimate Software program, you can remap every button and adjust the sensitivity of the analog sticks, triggers, and rumble. You can even assign one button to perform the function of many. The best part is the ease of the reprogramming process. All you need to do is install the program (found on 8BitDo’s website), plug in the controller, and customize until you’re satisfied. At the time of this writing, the program is only available for PC. A Mac version should come out soon. The controller works great out of the box and I didn’t feel the need to reprogram or adjust anything. Those who truly want a tailored experience will no doubt appreciate the depth of the software.The controller isn’t without drawbacks. It does not feature the gyroscopic function of the official Switch Pro controller. It may become difficult to progress or even play through certain games without the use of this feature. Another missing feature is NFC support, which is necessary to claim in-game Amiibo rewards. The lack of Amiibo support isn’t a deal-breaker, but the lack of gyroscopic functionality certainly could be. I’m not one hundred percent sure why the controller doesn’t have this feature (perhaps it’s to keep the price low?) but its absence will surely ruin some users’ experiences.For the purposes of testing, I played DC Universe Online, Samurai Shodown (1993), Sonic Mania, and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on Switch. I tried Doom (2016) and Blazing Chrome on PC. As expected, the controller functioned great across all titles. I particularly enjoyed using the D-Pad in Sonic Mania, Blazing Chrome, and Samurai Shodown. Playing modern 3D games like DCUO and Doom felt right as well.The SN 30 Pro+ is 8BitDo’s best controller yet. The slick-looking peripheral looks awesome, handles beautifully, and works with any game you can imagine. Full customization and the ease of programming nearly every facet of the controller is a huge plus. It is a feature I’d love to see in future 8BitDo controllers. Though missing NFC and gyroscopic support, it is easily the best third party controller you can buy for Switch. It also works great with your PC. My hat goes off to 8BitDo once more. I look forward to seeing how the company will top itself next time.Get the 8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+ for $49.99 on Amazon.More on Geek.com:8BitDo’s M30 Gamepad Is the Ultimate Sega Genesis-Inspired Controller8BitDo’s New SN30 and SN30 Pro Controllers Pay Homage to the Gameboy PocketThe 8BitDo N30 Pro 2 Controller Is a Great Sequel Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Controller Patent Teases SNES Games on Switch last_img read more

Get some France in your system Delhi

first_imgAfter a successful stint in 2009, Bonjour India is back with its second edition in India.This three-month event from January to April will take place across the country over 16 cities. Organised by the Embassy of France in India and the Institut Français en Inde, in association with the Alliance Française India and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), this event is something they have been planning for two years. Speaking at the unveiling of the Bonjour India website, H.E. François Richier, Ambassador of France said: ‘Bonjour India is an invitation to discover and re-discover France through its whole artistic dimension. As a real cultural dialogue between French and Indian artists, Bonjour India shows the friendship that links France and India.’ Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Max Claudet, director, Institut Français en Inde, cultural counsellor French Embassy in India  highlighted the programmes scheduled and also gave an insight into the main purpose behind  the festival.He said: ‘The event will be inaugurated by Luminocity, by light sculptor Patrick Rimoux and Nandita Palchoudhuri in Delhi and Mumbai, also Ballet Preljocaj on the stage designed by Subodh Gupta as part of an exchange between India and France in the field of art, literature, cinema, education, sports, architecture, fashion, photography and performing arts.’ Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe programme will kickoff with contemporary ballet, and then, One thousand years of peace by Bolshoi Theatre, and a grand show by Subodh Gupta, an aerial acrobatic show, Flying Angels, and a multidisciplinary show, Luminocity. In the dance section, there will be urban ballet Ganga, a choreographic piece uniting poetry, music and dance. In the music section, there will be a concert of sarod and symphony orchestra with electronic music. Composer Pierre Thilloy and Avignon Symphony Orchestra will  be in  performance with sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan. Pain and Pleasure at the Court of Versailles is a Baroque music presentation by Amarillis ensemble. Christohe Chassol Indiamore and Scratch Bandits crew will also be performing.Gates to India Song will be a love story performed by Marguerite Duras with Indian artist Nandita Das. For visual arts, there are installations and interactive choreographic navigations called Bangalore Fictions, France Heritage bringing in the historical landmarks of France, Quintessence will showcase paintings by  Dominique Paulin and  photographs by Michel Kirch. There will also be exhibitions on urban development and sustainable architecture, photography and painting exhibitions by Anay Mann and Gigi Scaria, respectively revisiting French heritage in India,.Another aspect of this event will be the strong presence of French literary circle at the Jaipur Literature Festival. The celebrated Albert Camus’ birth centenary will also be celebrated across India through the event. Gear up Delhi.DETAILAt: 16 cities across IndiaWhen: January to April 2013last_img read more

Canadian students stage walkout to protest outdated sex ed curriculum

first_imgAn Ottawa parent participates in the protest with elementary school students At William Lyon Mackenzie C.I., @rayneydaes speaks to the other students. “40000 students across ontario are walking out right now. I had no idea three weeks ago that this idea would become largest student walkout in Ontario’s history. The young people will always win.” pic.twitter.com/3SdzI4XqHt— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 In St. Catharines, Ontario, @pacifickiss and her classmates marched out of school to protest. “Sex-ed saves lives,” she said. #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent pic.twitter.com/sEPA0cGq4K— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… These students from University of Toronto Schools marched along Queen St. to protest #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent. pic.twitter.com/E4tEP4xfLO— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . The walkout took place on Friday, 21 September.The Toronto Star estimates that about 38,000 students from 75 different schools across Ontario participated.In their own words‘A walkout is a classic student protest strategy; it shows that we value something over our learning,’ 17-year-old Thea Baines told The Star.Baines is one of the students who helped organize the protest.‘In this case, we value a good education over having an outdated and not-inclusive education, which is what the Ford government is bringing back.’The walkout was largely organized on social media. It was in response to the province’s repeal of the 2015 Health and Physical Education curriculum for elementary students. According to many conservatives, this curriculum was not ‘age appropriate.’The 2015 curriculum was replaced with an older program, used between 1998 and 2014, which doesn’t address issues such as gender identity, same-sex relationships, and consent.‘It will affect the next generation of adults and we want everyone to grow up learning about their bodies, consent, mental health and LGBTQ rights,’ Baines said.‘We want to live in a Canada that values diversity and equality.’‘Since I grew up around that, I don’t quite understand why we would not include that in our sexual education,’ 15-year-old Malikye Wyse, who is critical of the curriculum’s lack of focus on LGBTI rights, said.‘There’s not really a difference between same-sex marriage and different-sex marriage, even if it looks like that. Love is love.’Parent participationSome parents even attended the protest to show their support. Wynne Hartviksen, whose 9th grade daughter Emma participated, is one such parent.‘She had the benefit for grades 6, 7 and 8 of the 2015 curriculum, in the most formative years, and I saw the incredible positive impact of that curriculum on my daughter,’ Hartviksen said.‘There were great conversations about consent that I honestly wish I could’ve had myself, even in university … Great conversations about gender diversity and LGBTQ issues, and (being) openly able to articulate questions that she had, to us as her parents.’Protest imagesCheck out pictures from the student walkout below.At École secondaire Le Caron in Penetanguishene, Ontario a school of 180 take part in #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent. “Learning about consent is so important!” student @allyssadaltonn said. They are also demanding more Indigenous education, so it doesn’t take away from their history. pic.twitter.com/uEU5N5zpn0— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 GAYSTARNEWS- In Toronto’s Northern Secondary School, student Noah Sparrow has been helping lead the #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent protest. “1998 called. They want their curriculum back!” pic.twitter.com/oJQ1T4mMEdcenter_img In Thornhill, students at Thornlea walkout for the #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent protest. “It’s 2018 and we shouldn’t be forced to go back in time,” @roxanneeeliza said. “I don’t want students learning about Sex Ed to feel like the information they are being taught excludes them.” pic.twitter.com/hvYQ8hNjae— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 — TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 So proud of our students at @foresthillci who get it: #sexEd saves lives! Outdated 1998 curriculum turns back the clock on progress and is frankly dangerous. Equitable & inclusive education = #HumanRights . #onpoli #TOpoli #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent pic.twitter.com/rj05jKaFSq— Jill Andrew (@JILLSLASTWORD) September 21, 2018 Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/canadian-students-walkout-protest-outdated-sex-ed/ Tens of thousands of Canadian students walked out of their schools en-mass to protest their outdated sex ed curriculum. At Bloor C.I., the students had a clear message on their signs. Sex-ed from 1998 belongs in 1998. @RussellPhotos made his way to snap photos of the #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent. pic.twitter.com/NM53AmoVYW— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 A few more signs from all over Ontario from the #WeTheStudentsDoNotConsent student walkout. Julia from Bloor C.I. holds up a sign reading “would you rather I learnt from my boyfriend,” while Waterloo C.I. student Catherine’s sign reads “Curriculum? More like curricu-dumb” pic.twitter.com/GdUF09Y587— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018 In Guelph, students from three different high schools came together to protest at converged at city hall. pic.twitter.com/7axQKiHZu1— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) September 21, 2018last_img read more

A New Look to Kick Off Spring

first_img Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay Artificial Intelligence and RadiologyBundled with this issue is a special supplement on artificial intelligence (AI), sponsored by Philips Healthcare. This supplement, written by industry consultant Greg Freiherr, will take a close look at three key components of AI:•    How To Make Artificial Intelligence Work For Radiology — The future of AI in healthcare depends on people being an integral part of the process.•    What AI Will Look Like In Medical Imaging — AI will likely reshape the  practice of radiology one task at a time.•    How To Keep AI From Failing … Again — Expectations must be kept in line and produce tangible and measurable results in order for physicians to make    better decisions faster. 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Photo by Greg Freiherr Feature | Radiology Business | July 22, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Payment Models Seek Traction in Transition from Volume Efforts to reform healthcare are booming, b read more News | Radiation Oncology | July 17, 2019 CMS Proposes New Alternative Payment Model for Radiation Oncology The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposal for an advanced alternative payment model (APM)… read morelast_img read more

Obamas trade quest in Congress trails him across Atlantic

first_img Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of In addition to the summit events at Schloss Elmau, a one-time artist retreat turned luxury spa, Obama met privately with British Prime Minister David Cameron and joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel for beer and sausages in a nearby town.Obama and his advisers voiced confidence in the trade push, but the effort faces a deeply uncertain future. The president’s own Democratic Party is largely opposed to legislation that allows Congress to reject or approve, but not change, trade deals negotiated by the administration. In an unusual political role reversal, the president’s reservoir of support has come from his Republican opponents.If Obama succeeds, it would boost the prospects for Congress eventually ratifying the Trans-Pacific Partnership pact, a 12-nation consortium that includes G-7 partners Japan and Canada. The other G-7 nations — Britain, France, Germany, and Italy — have a stake in a U.S.-European Union trade deal that is on a slower course.Richard Fontaine, president of the Center for New American Security, said that a failure to grant Obama the negotiating authority could affect his trade agenda. Fontaine said other nations probably would view U.S. lawmakers’ decisions as “a proxy for American engagement in the world.” How men can have a healthy 2019 With the end of his presidency closing in, Obama has made finishing the Asia-Pacific pact a central part of his legacy. And analysts warn that a failure to follow through on that goal would have damaging effects.“That’s going to be a major setback for the president and his agency, his legacy,” said Matthew Goodman, a former Obama administration official and current scholar at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. “I think it would be catastrophic for the U.S. position in Asia, in particular.”Negotiations over the Asia-Pacific pact are nearing a conclusion, but the U.S.-European Union talks have proceeded more slowly and could well slip beyond Obama’s presidency. The presidential trade authority, if approved, probably still would apply, given that it would have a six-year lifespan.British officials said Cameron was pushing G-7 leaders to reach a deal by year’s end. Merkel, in an interview with German television, said she wanted to work on the agreement “at top speed.” In another interview, she said she and Obama discussed trade in their private session “because the American president also knows that there are certainly reservations in Germany.” Among opponents of Obama’s push for the negotiating power, a chief concern about the European trade pact is that it could water down financial regulations. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has argued that if the U.S. and European Union harmonize their financial regulations, it could lead to a race to the bottom and undermine a 2010 U.S. law that tightened restrictions on big banks.Warren and others warn that given Republican opposition to that law, a future GOP president could use the trade deal to purposefully weaken the restrictions.___Associated Press writers Jill Lawless in London, David McHugh in Elmau, Germany, and Jim Kuhnhenn in Washington contributed to this report.___Follow Julie Pace at http://twitter.com/jpaceDCCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. While the Senate already has sided with Obama, the House is another matter. Just 18 Democrats have expressed support publicly, and that is short of what the White House is believed to need in order to supplement affirmative GOP votes.Four of those lawmakers traveled with Obama to Germany: Reps. Gerry Connolly of Virginia, Jim Himes of Connecticut, Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas and Mike Quigley of Illinois. Their invitation appeared aimed both at rewarding lawmakers backing one of Obama’s priorities and showing G-7 leaders that he is getting some Democrats to join the effort.Democrats are under intense pressure from labor unions, liberal organizations and others opposed to the Asia-Pacific pact because they believe it would hurt U.S. workers and weaken environmental standards. Anti-free trade demonstrators were among the groups protesting near the summit site.Obama has insisted the deal is “the most progressive trade deal in history” and would be a boon for the American middle class. White House spokesman Josh Earnest acknowledged that the G-7 leaders have been carefully watching the debate unfold in the U.S. He said Obama’s message to them is that lower trade barriers will benefit citizens in all countries that are party to the trade agreements. Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Sponsored Stories Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies ELMAU, Germany (AP) — President Barack Obama’s politically fraught trade quest in Washington trailed him across the Atlantic Sunday, as he met with world leaders anxiously watching a debate on Capitol Hill that could impact the status of economic pacts with the Asia-Pacific and Europe.The leaders spent more than an hour privately discussing trade issues as they opened a two-day meeting of the Group of Seven leading industrial nations. The talks in the majestic Bavarian Alps coincided with the delicate debate in Washington over giving Obama the authority to move trade agreements through Congress more quickly. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Top Stories last_img read more

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