By Jorge Barrera APTN National NewsELSIPOGTOG FIRST NATION–Environmental concerns are beginning to bubble to the surface in the wake of SWN Resources Canada’s shale gas exploration work and some New Brunswickers are turning to the Mi’kmaq for help.One couple, living on the outskirts of Moncton, saw the sudden appearance of coliform bacteria in their well water after SWN’s thumper trucks rumbled across their front door. Near Rogersville, a senior citizen, in his 70s, discovered water bubbling up through a seismic testing shot-hole in the bush behind his property.Both reached out to the Mi’kmaq battling it out on the highway with SWN.Roger Pierskalla, who lives with his wife along Hwy 126 near Moncton, said a company hired by SWN to conduct the well water tests after the thumper trucks rolled by phoned to tell them they should immediately boil their water before drinking and contact the regional health inspector’s office.Tests results showed his well water had three units of total coliform forming colonies per 100 ml, far above the Canadian Drinking Water Guidelines’ maximum acceptable standard of zero. While coliform bacteria may not pose an immediate threat, it can indicate the presence of other dangerous microorganisms. The drinking water guidelines are set by a federal-provincial-territorial committee.“I was upset, this is our lifeline, you can’t live without water. In one form or another, you need water,” said Pierskalla, 68.Then he received a letter from Stantec.“Based on this detection, we recommend you boil your drinking/cooking water or sued bottled water until the issue had been addressed,” said the letter, dated July 25.Pierskalla’s water was tested twice, once in April 2012 and in the same month the following year. The tests were both conducted by Fredericton-based Stantec, which had been hired by SWN to conduct the sampling. In both those tests, Pierskalla’s well water came back with zero total coliform forming colonies.When Stantec tested the well water again on July 23, 2013, after thumper trucks had rolled across Peirskalla’s front door, the results showed the presence of the bacteria. He was forced to shock chlorinate his well. He also called the regional provincial health department’s regional health protection office, which did not call back to follow up.“That never went anywhere after that. Nobody came out to check anything or do anything since,” said Pierskalla.Pierskalla’s wife recently got in touch with people in Elsipogtog saying she had proof that the thumper trucks had ruined their water.“They are part of our land here, they look after our land,” said Pierskalla, who traces his ancestry to Wabanaki Confederacy chiefs. “We have proof that these things do create changes in our water, we have it here…this their testing and this is their results.”About 80 km north up and off Hwy 126 near Rogersville, a 75-year-old man was recently walking through the bush behind his property when he noticed a swamp had sprung up from nowhere. He noticed that the water was bubbling up from a hole in the ground beneath a tree tacked with a metal plate indicating it was one of SWN’s exploration lines.The hole, called a shot-hole, was drilled by SWN contractor Geokinetics as part of seismic exploration work using explosives. The company drills holes then fills them with explosives. Data is then gathered off the detonation.The man, who did not want to be identified, reached out to his friends who knew people in the Mi’kmaq-led anti-fracking camp. Samples have since been taken to a lab for testing.Water bubbling up through shot-hole drilled by contractor hired by SWN Resources Canada. APTN/PhotoAPTN National News visited the site and water was clearly bubbling to the surface, creating a mini-swamp which had an oily sheen in some.According to Maxime Daigle, a former oil and gas worker with experience across Western Canada and the U.S., the drill likely punctured through into an aquifer and the company failed to properly seal it.“It’s disrupting the aquifer flows that people are depending on to get their water supplies for their house,” said Daigle, wearing rubber boots and standing ankle-deep in the water and muck.He said the aquifer was now at risk of contamination.“You pump down the bentonite and hope for the best and as you can see it’s not working,” said Daigle, who has been deeply involved with the Mi’kmaq in opposing shale gas exploration.Bentonite is a type of clay used to seal shot-holes.Pierskalla, who works at a call-centre, said he doesn’t believe the risk posed by eventual shale gas extraction through hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is worth the money it’ll potentially bring the province.“If we have this kind of change in my water here, this is going to affect the water from all of this province and if there is no water to drink in this province, people are going to be leaving anyway,” said Pierskalla. “I don’t see where there is a profit here…I only see negatives”email@example.com@JorgeBarrera read more
Many travellers who squirrel away travel rewards are saving for an oceanfront vacation, paid for with points instead of cash. To make the most of your rewards, start by looking for the highest-value hotel redemptions, then check award flights. Here are four beach destinations where you could soak up the sun using points and miles.Keep in mind that availability is limited, and award charts, redemptions, transfer options and deals can change. Remaining flexible is key to getting the most out of your points and miles. Remember, too, that if you’re not careful, interest charges, late fees and careless spending on a rewards credit card could cost you more than you can save with your points.KAUAI WITH MARRIOTT BONVOY POINTSSheraton Kauai Resort, right on the sand at Poipu Beach, may be one of the top rewards redemption deals out there. The Bonvoy rewards program ranks this relaxing piece of paradise as a Category 5 redemption, meaning rooms there start at 35,000 points per night. From your Kauai home, enjoy boat tours of the breathtaking Napali Coast, plan hikes through Waimea Canyon or golf at some of the nearby courses.To put that in perspective, consider that the Courtyard by Marriott in crowded Waikiki (a 10-minute walk from the beach) is a Category 6 redemption, meaning rooms start at 50,000 points per night.Get there with miles: Fly into Lihue Airport using American Airlines AAdvantage miles on nonstops from San Francisco starting at around 45,000 miles round trip.ARUBA WITH IHG POINTSAruba offers a sun-drenched Caribbean escape outside the hurricane belt, making this island retreat an irresistible option for late-summer travellers. And unlike many destinations where reasonably priced accommodations are a block or three from the ocean, here you’ll find the affordable Holiday Inn Resort: Aruba-Beach Resort & Casino right on the beach, with rooms starting at 40,000 IHG points per night. From this sensibly priced base camp, you can go diving off Hadicurari Beach or enjoy Aruba’s famous nightlife.Get there with miles: American Airlines passengers out of Dallas can find connecting flights to Aruba for as little as 25,000 miles round trip. Southwest passengers flying from Boston might find round trips as low as 23,000 Rapid Rewards points, though most dates start around 46,000 points.MAURITIUS WITH HILTON HONORSLooking for something a little more exotic? Something far, far away? Hilton Honors members can find their slice of heaven in the Indian Ocean, about 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa, at the Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa.The beaches and the too-green-to-believe mountain peaks are the very definition of island beauty. But even paying with points, this place is a splurge: Rooms start at around 70,000 Hilton Honors points per night at a place where a free hotel can offset the cost of ultra-long-distance flights (not to mention the psychological hurdle of committing to a vacation so far from home).Get there with miles: Passengers departing New York’s Kennedy International Airport can find connecting flights on Air France for around 90,000 Flying Blue miles (which can be transferred to some other loyalty programs in a 1-to-1 points conversion through some issuer programs).From Los Angeles, scant award seats for this journey are available on British Airways for upward of 100,000 Avios round trip.SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, WITH BANK OF AMERICA POINTSFor a truly unique experience, stay a few miles from the beach at the historic Hotel El Convento in Old San Juan, which was built as a Carmelite convent about 350 years ago. This historic, boutique-style hotel is your luxury home base for exploring Castillo San Felipe del Morro and cobblestone streets lined with colonial structures. Bank of America Rewards members will find rooms there starting at about 28,000 points per night.Get there with miles: Arrive from Baltimore on Southwest Airlines starting at 31,000 Rapid Rewards points round trip._________________________________This article was provided to The Associated Press by the personal finance website NerdWallet. June Casagrande is a contributor to NerdWallet. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.RELATED LINKS:NerdWallet: 5 travel rewards myths that could cost you http://bit.ly/nerdwallet-travel-rewards-mythsJune Casagrande Of Nerdwallet, The Associated Press read more
The United Nations Security Council today endorsed a framework for future partnership between the Government of Afghanistan and the international community to bolster the war-torn country’s security, economic development and counter-narcotics efforts.The framework, known as the Afghan Compact, sets out a five-year agenda for sustained engagement with Afghanistan to help consolidate democratic institutions, curb insecurity, control the illegal drug trade, stimulate the economy, enforce the law, provide basic services to the Afghan people and protect their human rights. Since its launch on 31 January, at a conference in London, the Compact has received widespread international support, including pledges of $10.5 billion for the interim Afghanistan National Development Strategy (iANDS), which the Council also welcomed today. In its unanimously adopted resolution, the Council also welcomed the updated national Drug Control Strategy presented at the London conference and encouraged additional support for it.The Council also praised the adoption by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) of a revised Operational Plan that would allow for continued expansion of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) across Afghanistan.In other news on Afghanistan today, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) announced that 23 former military commanders from various provinces of the country will graduate tomorrow from a business management course.The Commanders Incentive Package (CIP) programme has reintegrated approximately 320 commanders and 140 Ministry of Defence generals into civilian life since its inception in 2004. read more
by The Canadian Press Posted Dec 27, 2012 4:05 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Poseidon Concepts stock drops over 55% after dividend suspended, CEO replaced CALGARY – Poseidon Concepts Corp. lost more than half of its value in heavy trading Thursday after the oilfield services company suspended its dividend, replaced its CEO and initiated a board review of its management and business processes.Poseidon (TSX:PSN) was the most heavily traded issue on the Toronto Stock Exchange, falling $1.83 or 55.29 per cent to $1.48 on volume of more than 12.1 million shares.Prior to the announcement, the company had been paying a monthly dividend of nine cents per share.Investors sold off the stock after the Calgary-based company’s announcement, which included creation of a special committee to review the recent writeoff of certain accounts owing to it and an assessment of business controls.“In addition, the special committee will make recommendations to the board of directors of Poseidon regarding further changes, including managerial changes, that will strengthen the operations and finance functions of the company,” it said.Poseidon said executive chairman Scott Dawson has assumed the role of interim president and chief executive.Dawson, former president and CEO of Open Range Energy before it was sold to Peyto Exploration and Development, was named executive chairman in November with a mandate to become actively involved with the company’s management.Lyle Michaluk, who was chief executive, was named interim chief financial officer to replace Matt MacKenzie, while Cliff Wiebe moved from president and chief operating officer to the role of chief technology officer.Michaluk, Wiebe and James McKee, chief financial officer at Saxon Energy Services, also resigned from the Poseidon board.The move followed a $9.5-million charge in Poseidon’s third quarter related to a writeoff of accounts receivable after the company had difficulty in collecting payments from certain unnamed customers.Poseidon said it has been addressing its accounts receivable in recent weeks and was actively pursuing collections.“While a final number cannot yet be determined, the company may need to make additional writedowns of accounts receivable in future periods and such writedowns may be significant,” the company said.Poseidon said exploration and development activity has slowed considerably in recent months and, as a result, it has seen lower realized prices and thinner margins.The company rents large tanks used by the oil and gas industry to hold fracturing fluids and other liquids. read more
Ministers will on Wednesday face calls to end anomalies in the tax system which see high street shops pay higher rates on small premises than online giants do for vast warehouses.The new rates, which take effect in April and represent the first change in almost a decade, will see companies paying rates which have been calculated to take into account the rise in property prices since 2008.It means many businesses in the South East will face soaring rates while others in areas where High Street rental prices have fallen will benefit.The Institute of Directors urged the Government to “level the playing field” to help smaller businesses after an analysis by business rates specialists CVS suggested that the business rate bill for Amazon’s nine distribution centres will fall by 1.3 per cent.By contrast street retailers in parts of the country, particularly in the South East, are facing rises of up to 400 per cent.Stephen Martin, director general of the IoD, said: “In the short term, the Government must take action to relieve some of the pressure on the small businesses facing hikes in business rates and encourage companies to bring forward productivity-boosting investment.”But we should also look to the future, launching a new Tax Commission to look at what the growth of self-employment and online business mean for the tax system.”The goal must be a much more level playing field, which treats both high street and online businesses fairly and adapts to the growth of the ‘platform economy’, which is leading to an increase in flexible work.” Business rates are supposed to be reviewed every five years, but the previous revaluation was controversially delayed by the government for two years, making the change in bills from April more pronounced.The analysis by Gerald Eve, a firm which advises businesses on rates, found that business rates for hospitals will rise from £328million this year to £418million in five years time, while GPs and health centres will see their costs rise from £257million to £332million a year over the same period.Some health authorities will have to pay millions more including Peterborough City Hospital, which will see rates rise from £2.5million to £4.8million by 2021, while the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust’s bill is set to rise from £4.2million to £7.6million.Royal London Hospital in East London will see its bill rise by nearly 60 per cent to £9.7million.Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said that rising business rates mean that it needs to put “additional cost efficiencies in place” on top of existing savings.The trusts are being represented by Billfinger GVA, a property consultancy, which said that hospitals are facing “exponential” increases in business rates. They will struggle to absorb an extra hit like this – the NHS is already in severe financial difficultiesSally Gainsbury, Nuffield Trust think tank Jerry Schurder of Gerald Eve, a firm which advises companies and public sector bodies businesses on rates, said: “At a time when the NHS is under huge budgetary pressures, these rises in business rates liabilities highlight just how punitive the system has become and will be a cause of real concern for those tasked with delivering hospital and clinic services.”Sally Gainsbury, a senior policy analyst at the Nuffield Trust think tank, said: “Hospitals are currently overspending at a rate of between £150million and £250million a month. They will struggle to absorb an extra hit like this – the NHS is already in severe financial difficulties.”When a hospital has to cut costs, it doesn’t take long before they end up having to look at their staffing numbers, at doctors and nurses. They will be rushing around having to treat more and more patients.”A spokesman for the Local Government Association said: “We have sought legal advice from counsel. We believe that NHS trusts and foundation trusts are not charities, and that the applications for rate relief are therefore unfounded.”A Government spokesman said: “All properties, including hospitals, have their rateable values set independently by the Valuation Office Agency and taxpayers have the right to appeal the VOA’s valuation. “This revaluation improves the fairness of rate bills by making sure they more closely reflect the property market. We have also introduced a £3.6 billion transitional relief scheme to limit the impact of any increases. ” The Telegraph has already revealed how the changes have led to warnings that some retailers, charities and retailers will fight to survive because they face the “perfect storm” of rising rates, the increased cost of the living wage and Brexit uncertainty.It was on Tuesday claimed that a sharp rise in business rates for offices in the City of London is threatening to undermine the Square Mile’s drive to remain a key financial centre in Europe after Brexit.The business rates bill for offices in the City will rise by £1.4bn, or 33 per cent, over the next five years.Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has called for responsibility for valuing properties and setting business rates to be devolved to the capital.There is now mounting concern in Whitehall about the impact of the business rate rises on the NHS. More than 150 health authorities have joined forces and are threatening to mount a major test case against a local authority unless they are granted an exemption or rebate.One in six Accident & Emergency departments are under threat of closure as part of efforts to close a £22billion hole in the health service budget by 2021.A total of 33 casualty units could face closure or being replaced with minor injuries units. Hospitals will be hit hard as they are large premises and the the equivalent cost of rebuilding, which the rate is based upon, would be high. 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. NHS hospitals and GP surgeries in England and Wales face a £635 million hike in their business rates over the next five years, it emerged as health authorities threatened legal action. A new analysis found that health authorities, many of which are already struggling to cope with huge financial pressure, will see their business rates will rise by an average of a third by 2021.Some of the country’s biggest hospitals will see their business rates double amid warnings that they will have to find further savings to fill black holes in their budgets.Theresa May is already being urged to reconsider “penal and unfair” rises in business rates amid warnings that some firms face being hit with a huge rise in their bills. read more
Mumbai Indians 213 for 6 (Rohit 94, Lewis 65, Umesh 2-36) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore 167 for 8 (Kohli 92*, Krunal 3-28, McClenaghan 2-24, Bumrah 2-28) by 46 runsRohit SharmaMumbai Indians’ first win of the season came in an imposing performance that saw them post 213 after being 0 for 2, through powerful performances from Evin Lewis and Rohit Sharma, before their spinners went against the trend of the game to tie Royal Challengers up in a steep chase.Virat Kohli made an unbeaten 92, but it was a subdued effort for most part. It was another case of Royal Challengers’ middle order crumbling under pressure after their bowlers had struggled to keep the runs down, even with the sixth bowling option of Corey Anderson who had been brought in to replace Brendon McCullum.Apart from his return against Rajasthan Royals on Sunday, Umesh Yadav has brought his captain wickets every time he’s been given the ball. On Tuesday, he was rewarded with the brand new ball on a cloudy evening. Kohli said at the toss that the dampness and overhead conditions had prompted him to elect to bowl, an assessment that seemed perfect after the first two balls, both of which beat the inside edge, one of a right-hander and the other of a left-hander, one off the pitch another with bend through the air.But after what could have been a dramatic hat-trick to start the innings was averted, Royal Challengers could not keep the pressure on. It was a pitch that thoroughly suited Lewis’ propensity to hit on the up.Washington Sundar strayed short and wide too often in his 19-run first over, Mohammed Siraj tried too many things in his first over, which cost 16, and in both those overs Quinton de Kock allowed wides to run past him for a bonus eight runs. Despite that first over and the sixth that went for only four, Mumbai made 60 off the Powerplay.Mumbai’s method was effective, but peculiar. They played 20 dot balls in the Powerplay, and would play 24 between overs 7 and 15. After Lewis got to his maiden IPL fifty with a six in the ninth over, he played and missed at two balls. At that point, he had made 51 with 42 coming off nine scoring-shots and 17 dot balls. Lewis wasn’t keen on risky singles after some mix-ups with Rohit, and the pair missed out on quite a few runs when the fielders were at the edge of the circle.Still, the scoring rate didn’t subside, compensated in plenty by sixes off every over of spin during that phase. By the time Lewis got out to a top-edge off Anderson, the third-wicket pair had added 108 in 11 overs.Yuzvendra Chahal hadn’t completed his quota twice in three games this season. On Tuesday night, that would turn into three in four. With Sundar going for 32 off his two, Kohli decided to go with four overs from Anderson.Rohit particularly enjoyed this as he produced yet another innings where a seemingly slow start was amplified into match-winning tempo – a strike rate of 120 in the Powerplay, 162 in the middle, and 239 in the slog overs. He took Anderson for 39 off 19 balls, his most productive return against any bowler, making use of the angle across him to strike predominantly through cover and extra-cover for the fours, and picked up big sixes over the leg side off hip-height short balls from Umesh and Siraj.For all the talk of an improved bowling line-up, Royal Challengers now have the worst economy rate in the last four overs this season, 12.49. It was that kind of profligacy that allowed Rohit, starting the final over on 80, to move within reach of a century with two balls to go. Mumbai finished with 213, with some luck at the end when Hardik Pandya’s caught-behind dismissal was controversially overturned in the 19th over, after which he smacked 17 off his next four balls.By the time Kohli decided to go after the bowling, Royal Challengers were looking at upwards of 20 runs per over with less than half their batsmen left, and although some clean, gorgeous hits came off Kohli’s blade in that phase, the match was long gone.(Excerpt from ESPNcricinfo) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedIPL: Mumbai almost out as RCB finally defend a totalMay 1, 2018In “Sports”Lasith Malinga and Hardik Pandya hand RCB their seventh defeatApril 15, 2019In “latest news”IPL: What’s gone wrong with Mumbai Indians?April 28, 2018In “Sports” read more
We probably all know someone that has gotten a cease and desist letter from a Hollywood studio or television network after downloading a tracked torrent. Generally, the letter is sent to an office rather than an individual’s home because of the company’s higher profile than a single person’s. However, because Hollywood studios are run by regular people that sit in front of computers, it’s probably not too much of a surprise that the very same Hollywood studios that send the cease and desist letters also have software and media pirates at the workplace. New data uncovered by TorrentFreak and BitTorrent monitoring company ScanEye have found that, yeah, Hollywood studios absolutely pirate media. Do as they say, not as they do?The TorrentFreak and ScanEye duo took a look at major Hollywood studios — Paramount, Warner Bros., Sony Pictures 20th Century Fox, and Walt Disney — and found that each of them were pirating media, often times media published by their competitors. The team simply took a look at static IP addresses registered to the various studios, and then compiled a list of torrents being downloaded.Nothing was off limits, as the companies were not only found to be pirating movies and video games, but even adult films as well.While we’ve always known (either through direct proof or common knowledge) that Hollywood and music studios — the biggest proponents of cracking down on piracy — pirate things themselves, it’s still amusing to see, and continues to speak to the prevalence and ease of pirating media.Keep in mind that an enormous movie studio can’t possibly control all of its employees. Though it seems hypocritical of them not to target in-house pirates, remember that they probably also haven’t given you too much trouble when you downloaded that episode of Boardwalk Empire that you missed.via TorrentFreak read more
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for states coast to coast to legalize betting on sports, breaking a longtime ban and creating a potential financial boon for states and the gambling industry. The first bets could be placed within weeks.Despite opposition from the major sports leagues and the Trump administration, the high court struck down a federal law that had barred betting on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states. States that want to take advantage of the ruling now will generally have to pass legislation to allow sports books to open. Some, including New Jersey, which brought the case to the Supreme Court, have a head start.Sports leagues had expressed concerns about any expansion of sports gambling. Their huge businesses could be badly harmed if people thought the outcome of games could be altered by someone who had wagered money on a certain result.However, the ruling also could be seen as merely bringing an activity out of the shadows that many people already see as a mainstream hobby. Americans wager about $150 billion on sports each year illegally, according to the American Gaming Association. The law the justices struck down forbade state-authorized sports gambling with some exceptions and made Nevada the only state where a person could wager on the results of a single game.Stock prices for casino operators and equipment makers surged after the ruling was announced.Gambling on sports could quickly become widely available, with one research firm estimating that 32 states would likely offer sports betting within five years.The ruling “opens up the floodgates” for sports gambling in any state that wants to have it, said Daniel Wallach, a sports law expert in Florida. read more
The team didn’t make it past the Group Stage of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, but to the former squad’s boss Stephen Constantine, the team has earned respect.India national team ended up on fourth place of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup Group A.The team won 4-1 against Thailand in the first match, then was defeated 2-0 by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and 1-0 by Bahrain.“We were unlucky, to concede a penalty in the 91st minute is heartbreaking,” former India’s boss Stephen Constantine told The Indian Express.AIFF wants to change the face of Indian football Manuel R. Medina – August 7, 2019 The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is working closely with FIFA in order to fix the state of football in the country that has two first division football leagues.“But it shows everybody in India that we are capable, we have the belief which we never had, we have respect which we never had and we have the determination.”“It’s there for everybody to see. I wish nothing but the best for players, for the Indian federation and for the fans who support us.”“They passed the expectations. It’s not a question of they didn’t live up to the expectations, they passed all expectations,” he added.“I don’t think anybody believed me when I said that we would qualify in 2015, I don’t think anybody believed that we could qualify from the group. They believe now.” read more
HUTCHINSON ISLAND, Fla. (WSVN) — Wreckage from a small cargo plane that crashed off South Florida has washed ashore more than 100 miles away.A wing from the C-131 aircraft was spotted off Hutchinson Island, near Port St. Lucie, Sunday.Officials said the plane took off from Nassau, Bahamas and was traveling to the Miami-Opa-locka Executive Airport when it went down into the waters off Bal Harbour, Friday afternoon.A U.S. Coast Guard crew rescued the co-pilot from a life raft. The survivor, identified by loved ones as Roland Silva, was taken to the hospital.The search for the pilot, identified by loved ones as Capt. Robert Hopkins, was suspended on Saturday.The cause of the crash remains under investigation.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. read more
(Courtesy Alaska Interagency Incident Management Team)The Funny River fire is holding steady at just over 192,831 acres and is considered 46 percent contained.Fire Information Officer Brigitte Foster says the continuing damp weather and low winds have slowed the spread of the fire.The Lower Skilak Lake Campground and boat launch area will be reopening Thursday.There are 760 personnel working on the Funny River fire.
Miryalaguda: The Miryalaguda One Town police on Monday arrested three members of an inter-district women thieves gang and recovered Rs 2.50 lakh from their possession.The arrested were identified as Danugula Kavitha of Chilukur mandal, Sampangi Saidamma and Sampangi Tirupatamma of Kodad in Suryapet district. Briefing the media about their crime history and modus operandi at a press meet held at One Town police station, CI Sada Nagaraju informed that the accused pose themselves as passengers and lift the gold chains and purses of women passengers in buses by diverting their attention. The CI informed that the trio was involved in several theft cases in buses erstwhile Nalgonda district.
Old Dhaka is a site for historic and magnificent structures. But the splendid buildings are disintegrating with the lack of conservation.One of the majestic edifices is Boro Bari, the grand mansion at No. 45 BK Das Road in Farashganj.The 19th century ornate building is under threat as there have been no repairs over long period of time.The government introduced an act on 12 February 2009, declaring 93 structures and nine roads of Farashganj, Sutrapur, along with the area of Shankhari Bazar as heritage sites recognising their historical, aesthetic value.The act does not allow the present owners of the buildings to repair them. This has actually done more harm than good.The beautiful architectural Greek styled designs on the wall are on in a dilapidated condition. The neighbouring structures and indiscriminate use of the building pose a serious threat to the structure.Lack of conservation and awareness contribute to the decline of the aesthetic and historic beauty of this important heritage site.Extensive measures are required to preserve the invaluable structure.Prothom Alo’s Abdus Salam captured photos of the Boro Bari from Farashganj, Dhaka on 17 July.Boro Bari, the 19th century mansion, among other structures in Farashganj. The building has been declared a heritage site in 2009The front of Boro Bari. Lack of care has resulted in a fading facadeThe Greek style ornamentation is deterioratingThe main building inside the structure is in a miserable condition. It is used as a storehouseThe bricks and plaster of the pillars are in ruinsThe historic site will be lost without due care*The article has been rewritten in English by Nusrat Nowrin. read more
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Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 25, 2019 Samsung Announces New iQuia Premium Digital Radiography Platform Samsung has announced iQuia, a new digital radiography (DR) platform of premium products and technologies that improves… read more January 26, 2018 — Most people have had an X-ray taken at some time during their lives — perhaps checking for a possible broken bone or during a visit to the dentist. X-ray exams provide important information to physicians about how to treat their patients. However, X-rays use ionizing radiation, and these imaging exams must be carefully and judiciously used on pediatric patients.In a new guidance, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) recommends that medical X-ray imaging exams be optimized to use the lowest radiation dose needed. These exams, which include computed tomography (CT), fluoroscopy, dental and conventional X-rays, should be performed on children and younger patients only when the healthcare provider believes they are necessary to answer a clinical question or to guide treatment.While the level of risk from the radiation associated with X-rays is small, especially when compared with the benefits of an accurate diagnosis, healthcare professionals must be especially sensitive to their appropriate use in children. Pediatric patients generally require less radiation than adults to obtain a quality image from an X-ray exam, so doctors must take extra care to “child size” the radiation dose.The level of ionizing radiation from X-ray imaging is generally very low, but can contribute to an increased risk of cancer. Because children have longer expected lifetimes ahead of them for potential effects to appear and the risk for cancer is not fully understood, it is important to use the lowest radiation dose necessary to provide a diagnostic exam, according to the agency.The FDA is committed to protecting the health of children by providing guidance to manufacturers and users of imaging devices to help lower the exposure to radiation from X-ray exams. The FDA has regulatory oversight of X-ray imaging devices and the companies that make them. To better address radiation safety concerns, the FDA has been encouraging both equipment improvements and better user information.The FDA also promotes the adoption of improved radiation safety guidelines by professional organizations for both facilities and personnel.RecommendationsIn the new guidance, FDA recommends that medical X-ray imaging exams be optimized to use the lowest radiation dose needed. The FDA defines the pediatric population as birth through 21 years old. However, the optimization of image quality and radiation dose in X-ray imaging depends more on a patient’s size than their age. Smaller patients require less radiation to obtain a medically useful image. Technically, the patient’s body thickness (the distance an X-ray travels through the body to create the image) is the most important consideration when “child-sizing” an image protocol, the agency said.Unnecessary radiation exposure during medical procedures should be avoided. However, X-rays and CT scans should never be withheld from a child or adult who has a medical condition where the exam could provide important healthcare information that may aid in the diagnosis or treatment of a serious or even life-threatening illness.What Parents Can DoThe FDA encourages parents and caregivers to talk to their child’s healthcare provider about X-rays and suggests:Keeping track of their child’s medical-imaging histories;Asking the referring physician about the benefits and risks of imaging procedures, such as: How will the exam improve my child’s health care? Are there alternative exams to X-rays that are equally useful?; andAsking the imaging facility: How does the facility use reduced radiation techniques for children? Is there any advanced preparation necessary?Patients can report any adverse events to the FDA here.The Role of Healthcare ProfessionalsThe FDA guidance said that healthcare professionals are responsible for ensuring there is justification for all X-ray imaging exams performed on pediatric patients. They should also consider whether another type of imaging exam that does not expose the patient to ionizing radiation, such as ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), could be used to obtain the same result.The FDA encourages healthcare professionals and hospital administrators to refer to guidelines and instructions provided at the agency’s Pediatric X-ray Imaging web portal.For more information: www.fda.govRelated Pediatric Imaging ContentFDA Issues Final Guidance on Pediatric X-ray Imaging Device NotificationsFDA Approves Guerbet’s Dotarem for Pediatric Patients Younger Than Two YearsBrain Imaging Predicts Language Learning in Deaf ChildrenPediatric MRI Calming Techniques FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems News | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 23, 2019 Konica Minolta and Shimadzu to Co-market Dynamic Digital Radiography in the U.S. Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. along with Shimadzu Medical Systems USA announced a collaborative agreement to… read more Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more News | Radiation Dose Management | July 15, 2019 Mirion Showcases Instadose2 Wireless Dual Detector Dosimeter at AAPM and AHRA Featuring dual detectors, the Instadose2 dosimeter addresses international requirements for independent deep [Hp(10)]… read more read more
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski did not exactly compare the 2014 Arizona Cardinals to Chumbawamba. But he may as well have.“I’ve got to tell you, you have to be so proud of the Arizona Cardinals,” Jaws told Burns and Gambo on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Friday. “You talk about a team getting knocked down, knocked down, injuries — I mean, most teams would have thrown in the towel a long time ago. LISTEN: Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst “Bruce Arians and his staff — if he’s not coach of the year, then nobody is. What this guy’s had to deal with, losing quarterbacks, you name it, this team has responded.”See.The Cardinals improved to 11-3 on the season with a 12-6 win over the St. Louis Rams Thursday night. The victory essentially clinched a spot in the postseason for Arizona, and allowed them to stay in front of both the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers in the postseason race. And while people may not be impressed with the Cardinals’ roster, at least as it stands now, you can’t help but be amazed by what they’ve been able to accomplish given the adversity they’ve faced this season.Jaworski sure is.“And you’ve got to talk about the character of the players on the team,” he mused. “It’s like, ‘hey guys, just keep kicking us in the gut, and we’re going to keep coming after you.’”However, while Jaworski has no issue praising what the Cardinals are doing, he added he does not believe the team is going to finish this season holding the Lombardi Trophy at University of Phoenix Stadium. “And quite honestly, I know that’s a goal, but who cares,” he said. “You learn more about the character and fiber of this football team. They’re as good as any team in the NFL in that regard.” Top Stories Your browser does not support the audio element. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires ErrorOK ErrorOK 0 Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo – / 46 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact read more
Total is committed to continuing its exploration work in Cyprus, chief executive Patrick Pouyanne told Reuters on Monday, part of a major exploration campaign for 2019 focused on areas known to contain commercial levels of oil and gas.Speaking on the sidelines of an energy forum in Cairo, Pouyanne said he was discussing “the extension of our future drillings” and committed to new exploration.Total operates offshore exploration block 11 southwest of Cyprus; it also holds a 50 per cent stake in block 6.Last November, Total and ENI applied for an exploration licence in block 7 of the island’s exclusive economic zone. Block 7 is adjacent to both blocks 6 and 11.The government had invited bids on block 7 from companies already licensed to explore offshore Cyprus.Energy minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis said at the time that this option had been chosen rather than launching another licensing round because “there are particular geological reasons related to the Calypso discovery.”The Calypso field is located in block 6 where Italy’s ENI carried out an exploratory drill last year and is believed to hold between six and eight trillion cubic feet of natural gas. You May LikeYahoo SearchBack Pain Treatments That Might Surprise You. Search For Back Pain TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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