December 1

Rights group protests ‘harassment’ of activists, locals in Niyamgiri

first_imgThe People’s Union for Democratic Rights, a Delhi-based civil liberties and democratic rights organisation, has expressed concern over “intimidation and death threats to public-spirited individuals and professionals in the Niyamgiri region by the office of the Superintendent of Police, Kalahandi”.In a statement, the PUDR said that Padmanabha Choudhury, a journalist, had been invited by the villagers to cover a meeting on Forest Rights Act at Laptaguda in Chatrapur panchayat in Lanjigarh block of the district on June 17. Policemen visited him at his house that very evening and asked him to accompany them to the Lanjigarh police station, alleging that he had attended a Maoist meeting.“Mr. Chaudhury’s motorcycle key was forcibly taken from him and the vehicle detained at the police station. He waited two days to meet the superintendent of police in his office. On June 19, the SP interrogated him and began abusing him in filthy language… He [Mr. Chaudhury] repeatedly informed him that the meeting was a discussion on FRAand that the villagers are planning to meet the district magistrate too. The SP did not heed his explanation, but threatened to beat him with a plastic cable, and threatened to have him killed in an encounter if he argued about why he attended the Maoist meeting,” the PUDR statement said.“Most shaken and tense with these threats and intimidation by the SP to go yet again to his office, the journalist reached the State Human Rights Commission in Bhubaneswar and registered a complaint stating that he is in fear of his safety and his life.”The PUDR statement, signed by its secretaries — Deepika Tandon and Shahana Bhattacharya — said that Mr. Chaudhury’s intimidation forms part of the relentless harassment, custodial violence and illegal detentions of people of Niyamgiri for resisting bauxite mining by Vedanta in their hills.“Previously, the Kalahandi police and administration have targeted British Kumar, a youth leader of the Khandualamli Suraksha Samiti and Bhumi Adhikaar Suraksha Samiti, Lingaraj Azad and Lada Sikaka, members of Niyamgiri Suraksha Samiti, on allegations of association with Maoists, while they attempt to assert their constitutional rights and bring attention to the ongoing rights violations and repression in the area,” said the PUDR statement.The organisation said that in 2013, 12 gram sabhas in the area had unanimously rejected bauxite mining by Vedanta in the Niyamgiri hills pursuant to a Supreme Court order. Instead of implementing the verdict of the Supreme Court and the decision of the gram sabhas under the FRA, the Odisha government is using targeted persecution of locals and journalists to crush opposition to the project, it added.The PUDR demanded that the Odisha government should initiate action against the SP for targeted intimidation of the journalist and local activists and end violation of democratic rights of the people of Niyamgiri and those seeking to expose the ongoing human rights violations in the area.last_img read more

November 22

Nets slow down Harden, Rockets in 123-116 victory

first_imgSomeone from the Philippines could win a $208 million jackpot this week! The message came through loud and clear.“It was a ridiculous sign,” center Jarrett Allen said, “but it made us look and it worked.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGreatest ever?SPORTSFormer PBA import Anthony Grundy passes away at 40SPORTSSan Miguel suspends Santos, Nabong, Tubid indefinitely after ‘tussle’ in practiceTaurean Prince had 27 points and 12 rebounds, and the Nets slowed down Harden and the Houston Rockets in a 123-116 victory Friday night.Two nights after scoring a franchise-record 159 points in a victory at Washington, the Rockets couldn’t get nearly enough shots to drop after opening an early 15-point lead. They went 12 for 48 from 3-point range, with Harden a dismal 2 for 16 in the face of an improved Nets defense — and Atkinson’s unusual sign. “Wide open,” Westbrook said. “Just got to make them.”Neither Harden nor Kyrie Irving was at his best in a matchup of the NBA’s two leading scorers.Harden came in leading the league with 36.8 points per game, and scored 59 in the Washington outburst. Irving was at 35.3 per game and had scored at least 26 in all four games, but he finished with 22 points on 7-for-18 shooting with 10 assists.The Nets didn’t need a big scoring performance from him in a well-balanced effort. Caris LeVert scored 25 points, Garrett Temple had 16 and Joe Harris 15.Houston led 45-30 early in the second quarter, but LeVert scored 12 points in the period to send the Nets into halftime with a 61-59 lead.Prince hit two 3-pointers during his run of eight straight points for Brooklyn that extended the lead to 85-73, and the Nets were still up 12 after three.Westbrook had three baskets early in the fourth as Houston climbed within eight, but then he checked out for a few minutes when Harden came back on, and the Rockets’ push fizzled.TIP-INSRockets: Houston had won three in a row. … Houston has scored 30 or more in the first quarter three times in five games.Nets: Brooklyn committed 10 turnovers in the first quarter. … Temple scored in double figures for the first time this season. He went 4 for 6 from 3-point range after going 2 for 9 in the first four games. View comments FIRST-QUARTER FLURRYHarden lost three points in the first quarter when a review of his 3-pointer showed he stepped out of bounds first. The Nets went from a 23-18 lead going into a timeout to 23-15 coming out of it. The Rockets then ran off the next 13 points and outscored Brooklyn 18-1 the rest of the period to lead 33-24. Steph Curry undergoes hand surgery, to miss at least 3 months Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “It’s just a defensive coverage we have and we’ve had trouble communicating it to the guys in the past, so we came up with this idea to find a way to communicate so everyone knows,” Atkinson said. “Sometimes if you use humor in things it sinks in a little more with the guys.”Harden, the NBA’s leading scorer last season, fell to 14 for 70 from behind the arc this season.“I had a lot of opportunities,” Harden said. “The 3-ball hasn’t been going for me but I’m just going to continue to shoot. I was here yesterday, this morning was here shooting so I’m not worried about it. Those are good shots. Those are shots that I’ve been taking the last couple of years, so even if teams are trying to take the 3-ball away, I’m going to still shoot them.”Harden finished with 36 points and eight assists, but he was 10 for 31 from the field. Russell Westbrook added 27 points, eight assists and seven rebounds.The Nets also forced sixth man Eric Gordon to miss all five 3s in his 0-for-7 night. Westbrook was 1 for 6.ADVERTISEMENT Drilon apologizes to BCDA’s Dizon over false claim on designer of P50-M ‘kaldero’ Priority legislation in the 18th Congress Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? Houston Rockets’ James Harden (13) drives to the basket as Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving (11) defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Nov. 1, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)NEW YORK — Even though James Harden’s jumpers weren’t falling, Nets coach Kenny Atkinson wanted to make sure his players kept defending them.So he held up a sign with a picture of former Orlando Magic player Dennis Scott, wearing his No. 3 uniform, with a red line crossing through it.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ What’s behind the display of Chinese flag in Boracay? UNSTOPPABLE SCORER?Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni was asked what Westbrook’s presence prevents teams from doing against Harden that they could do before.“To be honest with you, it wouldn’t matter if he’s out there, I’m out there. You could play with him,” D’Antoni responded. “He’s getting 60 if he wants. They can try anything they want to.”UP NEXTRockets: At Miami on Sunday night.Nets: At Detroit on Saturday night. Duterte officials’ paranoia is ‘singularly myopic’ Rice industry paralysis LATEST STORIES Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:42Cops track down 4 persons of interest in ambush of DOLE employee02:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon02:07Aquino to Filipinos: Stand up vs abuses before you suffer De Lima’s ordeal01:28Ex-President Noynoy Aquino admits contracting pneumonia00:45Aquino agrees with Drilon on SEA games ‘kaldero’ spending issue Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politicslast_img read more

November 18

‘American Positivity’: Baseball Popular with British Fans

first_imgLONDON — America’s national pastime made a positive impression on British fans the first time they got to see the game up close and personal on British soil.That may have been helped by a warm, picture-perfect day in often overcast London — baseball weather at its best, played on a midsummer’s eve with sunlight that seemed to never fade — and by a slugfest that, to say the least, emphasized power over precision pitching.Things American fans take for granted, like standing for the national anthem, or joshing rival fans without getting overly crude, struck many Brits in London Stadium as a refreshing change.“It’s brilliant, it’s amazing, it’s so American as well,” said Jack Lockwood, a 23-year-old who pitches and plays catcher in an amateur baseball league in the city of Sheffield. “I’ve been to hundreds of football (soccer) games and it’s just such a different atmosphere. I just like the American positivity.”Lockwood spent about six hours on a train to get to and from London for the game, but he considered the trip well worth it, even though his favorite team — the Los Angeles Dodgers — wasn’t playing.He said it would be impossible to have fans from two rival English soccer teams sit in the same stands — intermingled as New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox fans were at Saturday’s game — without violent scenes.“You put two rival football teams’ fans in the same stands, you’ll get a fight,” he said. “In baseball, you can put the fans together and you can have a laugh with anyone.”Characters including from left, King Henry VIII, the Loch Ness monster and Winston Churchill participate in a mascot race during a baseball game between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, Saturday, June 29, 2019, in London. Major League Baseball made its European debut game Saturday at London Stadium. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)There were some British touches at the game, like the roaming vendors selling Pimm’s cocktails and gin and tonics, but the focus was generally on typical American ballpark fare: hot dogs, nachos, burgers and beer. There were even supersized hot dogs, checking in at 2 feet long.“It’s the way the Americans do sports,” said pleased British fan Stuart Graham, 45. “The way they have the spectator in mind. You know you’re sitting there and the man comes around with your beer and your hot dogs and you can relax and enjoy the game. It’s really very different to what we’re used to.”He and Ian Muggridge bought the tickets months ago, spurred in part by the storied Red Sox-Yankees rivalry, which promised to bring top talent to the British capital.“Two big heavyweights of U.S. baseball, sort of like Manchester United playing Liverpool in the UK,” he said, referring to British soccer rivals. “Great spectacle to come and see.”He did find one disappointment to baseball in Britain: The hot dogs weren’t as good as the ones he’d enjoyed at an American park.Muggridge appreciated the mood in the park, with the playing of the U.S. and British national anthems before the game.“I like the fact that it’s got quite a patriotic feel about it,” he said. “You don’t often get that in British sports. We tend to avoid that, whereas in America you just put it out there.”While many British fans only had to jump a Tube train to get to the park, thousands of American fans flew across the Atlantic at considerable expenses to catch the historic games.This bunch included Yankees fan Danielle McCauley of Clifton, New Jersey, who built a weeklong British holiday around Saturday’s game.“It’s been fun, the whole thing has been really cool,” she said, although she found the crowd far less raucous than those she had been part of in Yankees Stadium and Fenway Park. Call it British reserve.“It’s quiet,” she said. “It’s the quietest sporting event I’ve ever been to.”By: Gregory Katz, Associated PressTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

November 16

There was a time when cricketers were big players – on and off the field

first_img Support The Guardian Share on Messenger Emma John Read more Share on LinkedIn Six weeks later Pringle was playing for England at Lord’s in the first Test team chosen under the aegis of the new chairman of selectors, PBH May, a Cantab man himself. The late and much-lamented journalist Alan Lee asked May if he intended to fill his squads with Cambridge Blues. “Well,” May replied. “We don’t want any of those Oxford louts, do we?”May’s sense of humour was sly, and rarely deployed in public. It was suspected that he might have seen Pringle as a reincarnation of his young self or perhaps that he saw him as a match for one of his four daughters. As a reading of May’s approach to his job, this may have been accurate: at the end of his reign he gave the captaincy to Chris Cowdrey, his godson. But it would have been a spectacular misreading of Pringle’s character: aside from the sporting precociousness and the off-drive, the two men could hardly have had less in common. An appropriate son-in-law? No.Pringle’s new book is not a conventional autobiography. He is not a conventional man. It is a romp through cricket in the 1980s, driven by the publishers’ needs rather than the inner needs that produce the very best books: the cover even has the nudge-nudge subtitle Playing Home and Away. But it is a very fine romp and says something deeper about cricket and life than perhaps even its author intended.It is maybe the only cricket book in which “Cook” more often refers to the tortured satirist Peter than Sam, Geoff, Nick or Alastair. And where “Grace” is not WG but the friendly lady who enjoyed the company of cricketers visiting Trent Bridge.And it conjures up the now lost era in which the game, at both amateur and professional and even international level, was part of life. Sometimes you won; sometimes you lost, hey-ho. You met triumph and disaster and tried to treat those two impostors just the same. Through that decade Pringle was sometimes in the team, sometimes out. Either way he shrugged and enjoyed himself.When unwanted by England he played for Essex, a highly successful team who laughed and mucked around a lot. They won trophies and were very well-watched. And the England team (and thus this book) were dominated by the overwhelming, often overbearing, presence of the roisterer Ian Botham. Cricket was never out of the news and Botham was far more famous than any active English footballer.In broader terms it was a decade on a cusp. It was the era of Margaret Thatcher. Britain was starting to take post-war preoccupations more seriously, work and making money – not always synonymous – most of all. A skinful of Ian Botham fills Derek Pringle’s excellent grog-filled memoir Sport was the epitome of the change. And by the end of the 80s cricket began to get much more serious: age-group cricket as a pathway to the top being the most significant if not the most obvious change. Over time it has now produced several generations of players who have done very little in their lives except play cricket.It is untrue to say there are no characters left, though the pressure is massive towards discipline, conformity, blandness. It is untrue to say there is less individuality on the field. And we know it is untrue that England cricketers have entirely given up on what used to be called, jokily, “nights of shame”. Many of the changes had to happen.But look around. In Britain its most distinctive national sport is now much less played, less watched, less followed and less enjoyed. Spontaneous playground, park, back-street and back-garden cricket have gone – outside the Asian community. Village cricket is vanishing fast. Where it is played, it is becoming po-faced and argumentative. And how many people would even recognise England’s current opening batsmen on the field, let alone if you bumped into them Christmas shopping?No one would now be plucked from Fenner’s straight into the Test team. A lateral-thinking Pringle would be sought out earlier, found out and then sorted out or bombed out. An unbiddable Botham is unimaginable. Will anyone become nostalgic about cricket in the 2010s unless, as one fears, the idiots kill it completely? I want my game back – as a game. Pushing the Boundaries: Cricket in the Eighties by Derek Pringle is published by Hodder & Stoughton, £20 Share on Facebook England cricket team Cricket Since you’re here… Anti-feminist for joining the MCC? Not me – I’m part of an inside job Essex I first met Derek Pringle on 23 April 1982, St George’s Day. It can be dated exactly because the occasion is noted in Wisden: Cambridge University v Glamorgan at Fenner’s. Our conversation is reported in Pringle’s new book.He was the dashing captain of Cambridge who had just come extremely close to leading his team to victory over a first-class county for the first time since, well, a long time. And almost wholly through his own brilliant batting. But they hadn’t won, because with five wickets down, Pringle still in and the target within reach, he started blocking for a draw.After that had been achieved, the Guardian’s man on the spot approached him to ask why he had not gone all out for victory – diffidently, because he was almost a foot taller than me and starting to get noticed as the coming young man of English cricket. “Er, miscounted, didn’t I?” he replied. I made a decision on the spot: I liked this bloke. All these years later, that hasn’t changed, and nor has he. Reuse this content comment Topics Sportblog Share on Twitter Read more Share on Pinterest … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay. Whether we are up close or further away, the Guardian brings our readers a global perspective on the most critical issues of our lifetimes – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. We believe complex stories need context in order for us to truly understand them. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We hope you will consider supporting us today. We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Share via Email Share on WhatsApplast_img read more

October 12

Burkina Faso UN agency helps poor farmers tackle food crisis

In all, FAO has supplied about 600 tons of seeds, including millet, sorghum, maize, cowpea and peanut seeds, as well as 432 tons of fertilizers, to 33,000 farmers in the country’s eastern and central zones in time for the current planting season.“In the 15 provinces where FAO is distributing seed, under these circumstances less than 10 per cent of the food needed will be produced to feed people. We hope to boost that considerably now,” Jean-Pierre Renson, FAO Emergency Coordinator in Burkina Faso, said.Food prices across the region have been increasing steadily over the past two years mirroring outside pressures from international markets. In the capital, Ouagadougou, rice was 87 per cent higher at the beginning of June compared with a year before.FAO is working on a plan to assist farmers to reap profits by producing more rice, partly through developing water control methods for low-land rice farming around rivers and floodplains.“In theory, Burkina Faso can be self-sufficient in producing enough traditional grains to cover its food needs, but severe weather has been ruinous for the past few years,” FAO economist Benoist Veillerette said.In the country as a whole 23 per cent of children suffer from acute malnutrition. More than 80 per cent of the population makes a living on subsistence agriculture, and 45 per cent of people live below the poverty line. 14 July 2008Poor farmers in Burkina Faso who have been hit by soaring food prices and severe weather conditions have been boosted by supplies of crop seeds from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). read more

October 8

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,135.00, down 8.99 points):Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Oil and gas. Down 18 cents, or 0.48 per cent, to $37.15 on 8.4 million shares.Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financial Services. Up 48 cents, or 1.94 per cent, to $25.22 on 6.1 million shares.Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Oil and gas. Up 11 cents, or 1.19 per cent, to $9.33 on 5.4 million shares.Eldorado Gold Corp. (TSX:ELD). Miner. Down two cents, or 0.65 per cent, to $3.06 on 4.7 million shares.Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Oil and gas. Unchanged at $37.30 on 3.3 million shares.Crescent Point Energy (TSX:CPG). Oil and gas. Up five cents, or 0.55 per cent, to $9.22 on 3.1 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Champion Iron Ltd. (TSX:CIA). Miner. Down four cents, or 3.81 per cent, to $1.01 on 1.1 million shares. Efforts to restart the idled Bloom Lake iron ore mine got a boost Thursday after the Caisse de depot pension fund manager and a mining lending group agreed to provide US$180 million in debt financing to a subsidiary of Champion. The Caisse will provide US$100 million in subordinated debt partially tied to the price of iron ore while Sprott Resource Lending will provide US$80 million in the form of a five-year senior secured loan.TransAlta Corp. (TSX:TA). Utilities. Up five cents, or 0.63 per cent, to $7.97 on 686,895 shares. The Calgary-based power company is appointing former interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose to its board of directors. She also held several different cabinet posts including Environment, Health and Labour when the Tories were in power.WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA). Airline. Up 15 cents, or 0.60 per cent, to $25.23 on 347,904 shares. CEO Gregg Saretsky has stepped up his fight against the growing push to unionize the airline’s staff, telling them to resist organized labour’s pitch because it will chomp into their paycheques. In an email sent last Thursday to the company’s 12,000 employees, he revealed that five unions are now trying to certify several groups of WestJet workers after its pilots agreed in May to join the Air Line Pilots Association. read more

October 4

Army Corps report offers 8 alternatives to keep Asian carp out of

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this June 13, 2012 photo an Asian carp, jolted by an electric current from a research boat, jumps from the Illinois River near Havana, Ill., during a study on the fish’s population. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a report on Monday, Jan. 6, 2014, years in the making, about options for keeping Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes. The report focuses on the Chicago Area Waterway System and its network of rivers and canals that provide a direct link between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River. (AP Photo/John Flesher, File) Army Corps report offers 8 alternatives to keep Asian carp out of Great Lakes, cost up to $18B by John Flesher, The Associated Press Posted Jan 6, 2014 12:43 am MDT TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – A federal agency sent Congress a list of alternatives Monday for shielding the Great Lakes from an invasion by Asian carp that could devastate native fish, including construction projects in Chicago waterways that could cost more than $18 billion and take 25 years to complete.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers declined to endorse a single plan after studying the matter since 2009, disappointing sponsors of legislation that ordered the agency to move faster. Instead, the Corps provided a 232-page analysis with eight possible approaches.Two would place dams in the Chicago waterway system to seal off Lake Michigan from the carp-infested Mississippi River watershed. Environmentalists and five states that unsuccessfully sued the Corps in federal court favour that approach, while Illinois, Indiana and local shipping interests oppose it.Other proposals would use different mixtures of equipment and technology, including construction of additional electric fish barriers and a new type of navigational lock that would treat water to remove floating plants and fish as vessels move through the system.Bighead and silver carp are a big concern for the Great Lakes because they could threaten a fishing industry valued at $7 billion a year. Also, silver carp are notorious for springing from the water when disturbed by motorboats and colliding with their occupants, posing a risk to outdoor recreation.Dave Wethington of the Corps’ Chicago district office, project manager for the study, said battling invasive species is “a shared responsibility” that will require support from Congress and state governments, which would have to settle on a strategy and provide the money.“We’re providing this information to the decision-makers,” Wethington said in a phone conference. “We are standing by to move forward to the next step.”The Great Lakes and Mississippi watersheds share a boundary nearly 1,500 miles long. But the study focused on a network of rivers and canals in and near Chicago with five direct links between the two giant drainage basins, considered the likeliest route by which Asian carp could reach the lakes.The Chicago waterways are connected to the Illinois River, where a large carp population has advanced to within 55 miles of Lake Michigan. The Corps says an electric barrier 37 miles from the lake is preventing any individuals from slipping through. Scientists have detected Asian carp DNA in dozens of water samples past the barrier, although whether they came from live fish remains in dispute.The Corps said the measures in its report could shut down pathways for 13 potential animal and plant attackers, from the bloody red shrimp to reed sweetgrass and a deadly fish virus. But public and congressional interest is riveted on bighead and silver carp — voracious Asian fish imported in the early 1970s to gobble algae in Deep South fish ponds and sewage plants.They escaped during floods and have migrated up the Mississippi and Ohio rivers and tributaries in more than two dozen states. Scientists say they can destabilize ecosystems by devouring plankton, a vital link in aquatic food chains.U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, a Michigan Democrat, and Rep. Dave Camp, a Michigan Republican, said the Corps should have picked one approach and developed it more thoroughly. They favour separating the two watersheds and sponsored a bill that would do that.“The only real solution that will truly protect the Great Lakes is the complete separation of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River,” said Rep. Candice Miller, a Michigan Republican.Two options in the Corps’ report would achieve that by placing barriers along the Lake Michigan waterfront or farther inland. Both would severely disrupt commercial shipping and pollute the lake by preventing Chicago sewer discharges from flowing downstream as they do now, the report said.Two other alternatives would use barriers to cut off some of the aquatic pathways while deploying additional electric barriers, screened gates, locks and water treatment plants.The options achieving the greatest degrees of physical separation tend to be most expensive and time-consuming, with costs reaching $15 billion to $18.4 billion and a 25-year timetable. That’s because they would require extensive reworking of Chicago’s flood-control and sewage treatment systems in addition to building the dams, Wethington said.The report also offers two middle-of-the-road alternatives that would maintain the waterway system’s current shipping operations. One could be carried out in 10 years and cost $7.8 billion, a relative bargain. It would create a “buffer zone” with a series of control technologies.Aside from doing nothing new, the cheapest approach would step up use of existing measures such as netting carp and treating the water with chemicals, at a cost of $68 million a year.American Waterways Operators, a group representing barges and tugboats in the Chicago area, said the report makes clear that physical separation “is neither economically feasible nor will it be effective at eliminating all identified pathways for the spread of invasive species, including Asian carp.”___Online:Link to report: John Flesher on Twitter at read more

October 3

Japans leader Abe heads to New York to meet Trump

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie wave prior to their departure to New York, at Haneda airport in Tokyo Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016. Abe plans to meet with President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday in New York. (Takuto Kaneko/Kyodo News via AP) Japan’s leader Abe heads to New York to meet Trump TOKYO – Japan’s leader will likely seek reassurances that President-elect Donald Trump remains committed to the U.S.-Japan security alliance when the two meet in New York on Thursday.Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to meet the incoming president in what will be Trump’s first meeting with a world leader since his election last week.Statements made by Trump during the campaign have caused consternation in many world capitals, including Tokyo.Trump said he would demand that allies such as Japan and South Korea contribute more to the cost of basing U.S. troops in their countries.Such comments have worried Japan at a time when the threat from North Korea is rising, and China is challenging the U.S.-led security status quo in the Pacific.Both Japan and South Korea already pay considerable sums to support the U.S. bases, and note that it’s also in America’s strategic interest to deploy troops in the region.Abe may also try to sway Trump on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a 12-country trade agreement that the president-elect opposes.It appears unlikely that the U.S. Congress will ratify the treaty. The pact is expected to be discussed in a side meeting at the annual summit of the Asia Pacific Economic Community in Peru, where Abe heads after New York. by The Associated Press Posted Nov 16, 2016 8:37 pm MDT Last Updated Nov 16, 2016 at 9:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

October 2

Freshmen to play big role for OSU mens hockey in 201516 season

Members of the OSU Mens Ice Hockey team during the Buckeyes 4-0 shut out on Oct. 3 at Value City Arena. Credit: Kaley Rentz / Asst. Sports Director Trial by fire.  Those three words personify the Ohio State hockey team more than any other as it gets set to begin its 2015-16 campaign this week.The departure of 10 players — eight by graduation, one leaving the program and another signing a contract into the American Hockey League with Rockford — opened the door for 10 freshmen to kickstart their collegiate careers.Senior captain and defenseman Craig Dalrymple said he realizes that with only three seniors on this year’s team, it’s imperative that he and the other upperclassmen get the new guys up to speed as quickly as possible. “It’s just about getting to know them,” Dalrymple said. “You’ve got to bring all 10 of those guys into your team as fast as you can whether that’s creating relationships on the ice and off the ice. Hopefully they have the want to buy into this program as well.”Once they do buy in, they have to adapt to a whole new level of play.“This is a whole new animal,” Dalrymple said. “The college hockey game is a whole lot faster. There’s a lot less games (than in junior hockey), so the energy in the games are amped up twice as much. It’s going to take one, maybe two weekends to get them all into it. The sooner we can get everyone into it as a team, the better we’re going to do right off the hop, which will benefit us in the long run.”Senior captain and forward Anthony Greco has played in 89 games over the past three seasons. He’s been through enough ups and downs with the program to be able to lead the young team in the right direction.“It’s funny, because you’re sort of able to see the way you acted as a freshman, and now you’re an older guy and you have a grasp on the way you should be dealing with everything,” Greco said chuckling. “You don’t want to change the way they play the game. You want them to play their game but make sure that they’re team first.”So far, so good after the first weekend.OSU defeated Brock University 4-0 in an exhibition contest on Saturday at the Schottenstein Center. The game saw a goal and two assists chipped in by the freshman class.Freshman forward Freddy Gerard popped home the first of the four goals on the night for OSU at the 9:21 mark of the first period. Sophomore Matthew Weis and freshman Tommy Parran assisted on the goal.Mason Jobst contributed the other assist by a freshman on sophomore Luke Stork’s goal with 3:41 remaining in the second period. His classmate Christian Lampasso assisted on the goal as well after setting Stork up in the slot area with a feed from behind the net.   It was a game thoroughly dominated by the Scarlet and Gray, as the Buckeyes outshot the visiting Badgers 43-15.Junior goaltenders Christian Frey and Matt Tomkins split time in the dual shutout effort. Frey started and made nine saves, while Tomkins had cleanup duty, stopping all six shots sent his way.Although the regular season hasn’t officially started yet, Gerard says that this year’s freshman class is already a tight-knit group.“There’s a lot of chemistry going on,” Gerard said. “We’re a really close freshman class. We’re all brothers already. We’ve been here for two months now and we’ve all been working hard as a team.”That chemistry will be needed in full force right off the bat for the Buckeyes.With arguably the toughest nonconference schedule in the nation, OSU is scheduled to take on No. 16 Bowling Green and No. 11 Miami (Ohio) in a home-and-home series to begin the year. The Buckeyes are then set to travel to play defending national champion and seventh-ranked Providence. Following a late November weekend series at No. 10 Nebraska-Omaha, the Buckeyes face off against No. 1 Boston College in the Florida College Classic in late December.For OSU coach Steve Rohlik, it doesn’t matter if his team is playing the No. 1 team every weekend. He expects his players to bring their “A” game every time they hit the ice.“My expectations are to go out and to be the hardest team to play against and give everything we’ve got every night,” Rohlik said. “I’m trying to instill that into these young guys and hopefully the culture with our older guys brings that. Where that leads us? I’m not sure.”What is sure is that the questions surrounding this team will soon be answered.Puck drop between OSU and Bowling Green is set for 7 p.m. on Friday at the Schottenstein Center. read more

October 2

Ohio State mens basketballs upset bid at Purdue falls short 7564

OSU freshman guard A.J. Harris (12) passes the ball to a teammate in a game against Rutgers on Jan. 13 at the Schottenstein Center. OSU won, 94-68. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo EditorThe peculiar journey of the 2015-16 Ohio State men’s basketball team continued on Thursday night.Though it ultimately fell short of its upset bid on the road at No. 22 Purdue by a final score of 75-64, the neck-and-neck contest had to be considered a moral victory for the Buckeyes (12-8, 4-3), who had recently lost their last two road games by 25 and 35 points.OSU led for over 20 minutes of the game, but the home team outscored the Buckeyes by 14 points in the second half to hold off the upset bid.The Buckeyes outshot the Boilermakers (17-3, 5-2) by a margin of 43 percent to 39, but OSU failed to put up the points needed in the second half to grab the win.OSU came out in the first half with a significant edge on both ends of the court. The Buckeyes outshot Purdue 52 percent to 35.3 percent in the opening 20 minutes, and made six of nine 3-pointers to Purdue’s zero of eight attempts.Despite those sizable differences, the Buckeyes took just a three-point lead into the locker rooms at 36-33, knowing a larger lead was likely deserved.Much of that close score was chalked up to the turnover margin, which was 8-4 in favor of Purdue. The Boilermakers notched 10 of their 33 points off those eight turnovers.Redshirt sophomore guard Kam Williams was the star of the first half for the road team, notching 14 points on a very efficient 5-of-6 shooting, including 4-of-5 from outside. Sophomore forward Jae’Sean Tate and freshman guard A.J. Harris approached double-digit scoring in the first half with nine and seven points, respectively, but two starters — freshman guard JaQuan Lyle and sophomore forward Keita Bates-Diop — each failed to record a point. Two more starters — junior forward Marc Loving and redshirt sophomore center Trevor Thompson — only hit one shot apiece.7-foot center A.J Hammons, the unquestioned standout of the Purdue squad, lived up to that moniker in the opening half. The senior had 10 points, though he only managed one rebound. Freshman forward Caleb Swanigan picked up that slack with eight rebounds in the first half as the Boilermakers held a 19-16 advantage on the glass. Things seemed to even out in the second half, though, with Purdue’s talent and experience eventually trumping OSU’s bid for its second road win of the year.The Buckeyes shot just 34.5 percent in the second half and failed to connect on a single 3-pointer in five tries. The Boilermakers received contributions across the board, on the other hand, with eight players hitting at least one field goal in the second half.When Purdue seemed to be in position to run away with the game with a six-point lead with four and a half minutes left, OSU showed some resiliency, cutting the deficit to as little as a single point at 62-61.But the wheels came off from there. A Purdue jumper was followed by a turnover by Lyle in the backcourt, leading to two free throws. After a pair of missed jumpers by Loving, Purdue connected on a 3-pointer with a minute left, officially putting the game away.After Williams’ big first half, he did not record a point after the intermission. Tate ended up leading the Buckeyes with 17 points on 7-of-14 shooting, while Purdue received double-digit scoring from five players, led by Hammons’ 14 points.As equal an enigma as the team as a whole, Lyle failed to hit a field goal on Thursday and finished with just two points, both from the free-throw line. After recent performances that included a 29-point game and a triple-double, the team continues to often come and go with its freshman point guard.The loss dropped OSU coach Thad Matta’s squad to 2-5 away from Columbus, including 1-4 in official road games. Therefore, that should make the Buckeyes happy that their next game is set to come at home against Penn State. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday at the Schottenstein Center. read more

September 21

Neos Kosmos journalist Eugenia Pavlopoulou receives Multicultural Award for Excellence

first_imgRecipients of Victoria’s 2018 Multicultural Awards for Excellence were recognised in a special ceremony at Government House on Wednesday night.Among the state’s Diversity Heroes were four Greek Australians, who were honoured for their contributions in strengthening the multicultural efforts of the state.Christina Despoteris received an Award for Meritorious Service to the Community.Despoteris, who is also the Vice President of Melbourne’s Lemnos Gallipoli Commemorative Committee, was recognised for her leadership and dedication in engaging the community and promoting Greek culture through various means and initiatives.Senior Sergeants Eugene Kontos and Eftihios Anastasiadis were among the recipients of the police awards.Recognised as “a great example of what community policing is all about”, Sergeant Anastasiadis was recognised for the use of his bilingual and cultural skills to facilitate communication and understanding between Victoria Police and the Greek community, and as a result has managed to reinforce a positive police profile.Meanwhile, Sergeant Kontos, who has been a member of Victoria Police for close to three decades, was recognised for his significant role in the development of multicultural policy in the context of policing, and managing difficult cross-cultural situations.In the Media category, Neos Kosmos‘ own senior Journalist Eugenia Pavlopoulou was among the recipients.Having worked in Greek-language media for close to two decades, she first started out at Radio 3AB in the early 2000s and has been at Neos Kosmos as a journalist and editor for the past 16 years.She was recognised for helping to highlight issues often overlooked by mainstream media, most recently investigating and writing about the uncertain future of the Modern Greek program at La Trobe University, Victoria’s only Greek language program at tertiary level.Ms Pavlopoulou was nominated by Federal Member for Calwell, Maria Vamvakinou MP.In the House of Representatives on Wednesday, Ms Vamvakinou acknowledged the important role played by ethnic media and reporters the likes of Ms Pavlopoulou.“Representing a culturally diverse electorate, I know how pivotal ethnic media is and how important it is to my communities. Ethnic media informs and engages Australia’s multicultural communities, who are vulnerable to isolation and disconnection because of a lack of education, a lack of English language, age and location. It provides a touch point to them to hear news from their homeland and to discuss mainstream Australian news in their mother tongue,” she said.“For almost two decades, Eugenia Pavlopoulou has committed herself to Melbourne’s Greek-speaking community … As a bilingual journalist, she continues to produce important work that has increased awareness and understanding of multicultural affairs in Victoria and driven change in Melbourne’s Greek Australian community at a national level. I want to congratulate Eugenia for the work that she does. The award she receives tonight is highly deserved.”Recipients across 10 categories were formally awarded on Wednesday by Governor of Victoria, Linda Dessau AC.Now in its 17th year, the Multicultural Awards for Excellence are coordinated by the Victorian Multicultural Commission on behalf of the Victorian Government.Also present to acknowledge the recipients and their work was Commission Chairperson Helen Kapalos, Anthony Howard QC, Minister for Multicultural Affairs Robin Scott, Acting Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police Shane Patton AMP, Parliamentary Secretary for Education Judith Graley MP, Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs Inga Peulich, President of the Legislative Council Bruce Atkinson MLC, and VMC Commissioners. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

September 20

Fujitsu Arrows Kiss F03D destiné à la gent féminine

first_imgFujitsu Arrows Kiss F-03D destiné à la gent féminineLe smartphone de Fujitsu cible précisément les femmes, ne serait-ce que par sa couleur rose (on ne doute pas que beaucoup d’hommes aiment le rose mais c’est un code couleur persistant dans notre civilisation).Fujitsu ne s’arrête pas là. Au delà de son esthétique, l’Arrows Kiss F-03D du fabricant japonais proposera des applications spécialement conçues pour les femmes, en axant sur la beauté et la remise en forme. À lire aussiNomophobie : traitement, symptômes, qu’est-ce que c’est ?On le sait, les femmes surveillent leur poids, leur maquillage etc. Beauty Body Clinic est une application qui, par exemple, surveille votre posture et vous ordonnera de vous tenir plus droite. Quant à Karada Life , elle servira de podomètre, histoire de savoir combien de kilomètres vous avez parcouru en faisant les boutiques, et vous donnera quelques (certainement bons) conseils pour votre ligne (pas la téléphonique). Du côté technique (c’est tout de même important d’en parler), le Fujitsu Arrow Kiss embarque un processeur Qualcomm MSM8255 de 1.4GHz, accompagné d’un écran 3,7 pouces et un appareil photo de 8,1 mégapixels situé à l’arrière. Vous aurez la possibilité de regarder la télévision via One Seg et bénéficierez facilement des paiements mobiles, chose évidente pour continuer à faire du shopping avec votre smartphone…Ce nouveau Fujitsu au féminin arriva chez l’opérateur japonais NTT, le 25 novembre. Le prix n’a cependant pas été révélé. Le 27 novembre 2011 à 10:30 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

September 19

Watch Drone Captures Great White Sharks Interacting Off Cape Cod

first_img Watch: Great White Shark Feasts on Dead Whale in Cape Cod BaySurfer Lands on Massive Shark, Gets Bitten at Beach in Florida Thanks to a drone, scientists have captured the first-ever footage of an interaction between two great white sharks off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.The video, posted by the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy on Twitter on Tuesday, shows a smaller white shark approach and make contact with a larger white shark in waters off Chatham. The larger white shark left the area quickly after the interaction.“Based on scarring patterns and wounds, we know the white sharks off Cape Cod frequently bite each other. However, until this video was shot, we had never actually witnessed any kind of social interaction,” said Gregory Skomal, program manager and senior scientist at Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.According to Skomal, researchers are now examining the footage “more closely” to determine if the interaction was part of aggressive and/or defensive behavior, or associated with mating.Statement from @MassDMF’s Dr. Greg Skomal on yesterday’s shark interaction.— Atlantic White Shark Conservancy (@A_WhiteShark) July 9, 2019Last month, researchers from the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy and the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries confirmed at least nine sightings of great white sharks off the coast of Cape Cod Bay.Most of the sharks measured up to 12 feet long. One of them was “Ashley Grace,” a previously tagged white shark.(Photo Credit: Atlantic White Shark Conservancy)Scientists were doing field work with the help of a spotter pilot on Cape Cod Bay to gather numbers and look at shark hunting and feeding habits. They hope that gathered information will help keep people in the Cape safer.More on Entire Shark Gets Swallowed During Deep-Sea Feeding FrenzyDNA From Tooth Solves Shark Bite Mystery, 25 Years LaterWatch: Drone Captures Shark ‘Stalking’ Unsuspecting Surfers at Australian Beach Stay on targetlast_img read more

September 19

Morning Press Shooting Archer Mountain fire Historic home give away

Is rain on the way?  Find out with our local weather coverage.Here are some of the stories that grabbed our readers’ attention this week.One injured, one detained after shooting in Vancouver neighborhoodVancouver police had one suspect in custody following a shooting near the near the intersection of East 18th Street and Todd Road in the Maplewood neighborhood Thursday afternoon that left one person injured.The shooting was reported at 3:06 p.m. in the 1900 block of Todd Road. The victim told police he’d been shot by a man with a large gun, possibly a shotgun, according to emergency radio traffic monitored at The Columbian.School bus routes on East 18th Street and Todd Road were diverted and police evacuated a nearby apartment. Todd Road and a block of East 18th Street were cordoned off to traffic, and an armored police vehicle and a police dog were brought in.Read more about the shooting.Archer Mountain fire 100 percent containedAlthough the Archer Mountain Fire was declared fully contained Wednesday morning, and all evacuations lifted, firefighters will continue working in the area for several days.Typically, when a fire is declared “contained,” it means fire managers think the perimeter around the fire, whether fire lines or natural breaks in vegetation, are secure enough the fire won’t spread past them, said Nancy Marvin, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Natural Resources. read more

September 17

BIA Cares hosts annual holiday bike drive

first_img November 28, 2018 Posted: November 28, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI)- The Building Industry Association of San Diego is in the midst of its holiday bike drive.The members of the association, which includes many people who help plan, design and build in San Diego, started a philanthropic arm called BIA Cares more than 20 years ago.2018 marks their 23rd year of the holiday bike drive.BIA Cares will begin delivering the bikes to local charities this week. KUSI Newsroom, BIA Cares hosts annual holiday bike drivecenter_img KUSI Newsroom Updated: 9:40 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

September 5

From Mamatas kurtas to love for mangoes Heres what PM Modi shared

first_imgPrime Minister Narendra Modi in a candid conversation with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar at 7 Lok Kalyan marg.In a candid conversation with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar at 7 Lok Kalyan marg, Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about everything but politics. Here are some of the interesting things from the hour-long interaction of Prime Minister and Akshay Kumar:Narendra Modi says he never dreamt of becoming the Prime Minister of India because he had not seen anything beyond the village. “I never thought of coming this far. The journey started and the nation took me along,” said PM Modi.When the ‘Khiladi’ star asked the Prime Minister why he doesn’t stay with his mother or any family, the PM said, “I was very, very young when I gave up all ties.”Despite a political rivalry, PM Modi said that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee sends kurtas and sweets to him every year.PM Modi got nostalgic while revealing his love for Mangoes to Akshay Kumar. “I love eating mangoes. Gujarat has a tradition of Aamras as well,” Modi said. “While growing up, we did not have the luxury to buy mangoes. But I loved plucking mangoes directly from the tree. It used to be the best but now, I have to keep a tab on my diet,” PM Modi said.PM Modi said that he used to wash his own clothes until he became Gujarat chief minister. While interacting with the actor, PM Modi said that it was in his nature to look presentable and live properly. “Until I became Gujarat CM, I used to wash my own clothes. It was in my nature to live properly,” Modi stated.When the film star asked PM Modi if there are times when he gets angry, PM Modi said that he does not get the opportunity to express his anger. “I have trained myself to refrain from expressing my anger as it would affect my work and deviate focus from the agenda.”The 51-year-old actor Akshay Kumar shared a glimpse of his conversation with PM Modi. Taking to Twitter, the Kesari actor wrote: “While the whole country is talking elections and politics, here’s a breather. Privileged to have done this candid and COMPLETELY NON POLITICAL freewheeling conversation with our PM @narendramodi.”While the whole country is talking elections and politics, here’s a breather. Privileged to have done this candid and COMPLETELY NON POLITICAL freewheeling conversation with our PM @narendramodi . Watch it at 9AM tomorrow via @ANI for some lesser known facts about him!— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) April 23, 2019last_img read more

August 27

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