Lena Dunham And Dr Neal Baer Honored By Point Foundation

first_imgMore than 400 guests joined two dozen celebrities and dignitaries at the annual Point Honors gala on April 7, which celebrated the accomplishments of Point Foundation (Point) scholarship recipients.Dr. Neal Baer, the Executive Producer and Showrunner for acclaimed television programs such as “ER” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and “Under The Dome,” received the Point Leadership Award, and Lena Dunham, the Golden Globe Winner and Emmy Nominated Actress and Producer of HBO’s “Girls,” accepted the Point Horizon Award.The event, held at the landmark New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue, raised $620,000 for Point, the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ students of merit. Celebrity appearances at Point Honors included Andrew Rannells, Mariska Hargitay, Michael Urie, Tyne Daly, Judith Light, Anthony Edwards, Rachelle Lefevre, Billy Porter, Mike Doyle, BD Wong and Thomas Roberts. Guests also enjoyed performances by Telly Leung and Uzo Aduba. Elected officials also attended to show support for LGBTQ students, including California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newson, New York State Comptroller Thomas Di Napoli and New York City Councilmember Corey Johnson.Mariska Hargitay presented Neal Baer with the Point Leadership award and in an emotional speech Dr. Baer said, “I am deeply grateful to everyone at the Point Foundation for this wonderful honor. Everyone should have the right to live with dignity, respect and safety…Being gay for me means being honest and, I know the word is almost cliche today, being authentic…I can say to all of you tonight that I’m glad I’m gay, that I love being gay. I love being who I am.”Speaking to the audience after being presented with the Point Horizon award by her “Girls” co-star, Andrew Rannells, Lena Dunham said, “Our goal on Girls is to show you non-stereotypical examples of the range of people who inhabit this amazing city, and we are learning more about what that means every day. This award is such a beautiful indication that we are finding our way…I salute you, Point scholars and graduates. I thank you, Point Foundation”“It is wonderful that we had the privilege to honor two people of tremendous talents for being champions of the LGBTQ community,” said Jorge Valencia, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Point Foundation. “Dr. Baer’s notable professional career, in which he often has included realistic and engaging LGBTQ characters in his shows, speaks perfectly to the vision and perseverance that the Point Leadership award stands for. We chose to give the Point Horizon award to Lena Dunham because she is a trailblazer and inspires so many young people that they can realize their great potential.”A number of Point’s 78 current scholars and some of the Foundation’s 165 alumni joined celebrities on stage and shared with the audience their inspiring stories about the challenges overcome in pursuit of a higher education degree. Point Foundation will announce the recipients of its 2014–2015 scholarships in June 2014.Presenting Sponsors for Point Honors New York: HBO, the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson and Wells Fargo. Premier Sponsors: Audi, Hilton Worldwide, and Time Warner. Principal Sponsors: Philippe Brugere-Trelat and Mitchell Draizin, David Henry Jacobs, Bumble and bumble and The Estee Lauder Companies, PWC, and Goldman Sachs. Friends of Point: Grey Goose, Senses Salon. National Media Sponsor: The Advocate. Local Media Sponsor: Gay City News.last_img read more

What the FSJ RCMP want you to know about driving with Cannabis

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C.- With Cannabis now being legal for persons 19 years and older there are special requirements for carrying Cannabis in motorized vehicles.There have been new laws put in place to protect the public and users of cannabis, and law enforcement agencies have additional powers to enforce those laws. The new Provincial Cannabis Control and Licencing Act have a $575 charge for consuming Cannabis while operating a vehicle or a boat and $230 ticket for consuming Cannabis in a vehicle or boat operated by another person.No persons while in a vehicle can consume Cannabis. If everyone is using Cannabis, all persons in the motorized vehicle receive tickets and the cannabis is confiscated. You can only transport Cannabis when the following conditions are met:• The cannabis was produced by a federal producer,• The cannabis is still in the original packaging,• The packaging has not been opened or• IF the packaging has been opened, it cannot be accessible by the driver or any passengers.You are allowed to transport no more than 4 cannabis plants, that are not budding or flowering, this includes anything that has a root system.Minor’s (youth under 19) driving a vehicle must have an adult present abiding by the conditions or the youth can be issued a $230 ticket for a Minor operating a vehicle with cannabis in it, contrary to the Act.Impaired Driving Laws have also been updated with the new legalization under the Federal Cannabis Act. There is a new charge for being impaired by drugs and alcohol at the same time. These charges can go to court and create a Criminal Record for anyone found guilty of being impaired while driving. As the driver is waiting for court, their driver’s licence will be suspended and their vehicle will be impounded.Canada’s Lower-Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines recommends waiting at least six hours before a driver gets behind the wheel.  It is recommended to have a designated driver, call a taxi or just consume cannabis where you are able to stay until you are sober once again.The Fort St John RCMP wants to inform citizens and help them to protect themselves when it comes to using drugs and driving.last_img read more

United States official chosen for senior post at UN antihunger agency

Mr. Butler, who is expected to assume his new post in January 2008, succeeds David Harcharik, who has held the number two position at the FAO since the start of 1998.In a statement announcing the appointment, FAO Director-General Jacques Diouf said Mr. Butler has worked at the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation in Agriculture since December 2005 and before then served as a senior official with the US Department of Agriculture. 19 June 2007The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) announced today that James G. Butler of the United States has been appointed Deputy Director-General of the Rome-based anti-hunger agency. read more

On eve of South Sudan independence vote UN ramps up its multiple

In a referendum eve statement today, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised the National Government and the Southern Sudanese regional authorities for their efforts to ensure that the vote is held as scheduled in an atmosphere of peace and cooperation. In a separate report to the Security Council on the nearly 10,000-strong UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS), set up in 2005 to support a peace agreement that ended 20 years of war between North and South Sudan, culminating in next week’s vote, Mr. Ban hails the conciliatory statements by both sides to respect the outcome as well as progress made on post-referendum arrangements.But he also warns of the disastrous humanitarian consequences of renewed conflict, noting that the UN has prepared contingency plans for the period up to June, with a possible reinforcement of UNMIS to prevent any deterioration in security.“In the unlikely event that the referendum leads to large-scale violence, approximately 2.8 million people could be internally displaced and another 3.2 million affected by breakdowns in trade and social service delivery,” he writes. “In this scenario, as much as $63 million might be required to provide emergency assistance to those in need.”UNMIS has already increased its presence in hot spots, particularly in the oil-rich Abyei region, which was meant to hold a concurrent referendum on whether to join the North or South, but agreement on the modalities for such a vote has not been reached.“The continuing stalemate over Abyei and the Abyei referendum is a cause for alarm,” Mr. Ban stresses, noting that tensions are building up on the ground and political sensitivities and historical complexities make it difficult for either party to consider options that may be seen as concessions by their constituents.“In this charged environment, any major security incident could be damaging for the last stages of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement process,” he adds, referring to the 2005 accord that ended the civil war.UN humanitarian agencies are also preparing for all eventualities. The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has pre-positioned enough food in more than 100 strategic locations to feed 1 million people for six months. This is in preparation for a potential influx of returnees to a newly independent state and the possibility that people will be displaced.Meanwhile, by barges and buses laden with beds, mattresses, sofas, chairs, tables, cooking utensils, corrugated iron sheeting, radios, TV sets, fridges and small generators, southern Sudanese are already returning at the rate of 2,000 a day, bringing the total already to 120,000. “We anticipate that many more will return in the coming months following the referendum,” the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said today. “Many of the returnees who have lived in the North for years say they have left for fear of the unknown and the opportunity to start afresh in their native South.”With 1.5 million to 2 million southerners at present living in the north, Mr. Ban stresses in his report the need to work out post-referendum citizenship, residency and labour issues. “We are concerned about the spectre of a significant number of southerners in the north having uncertain citizen status, possibly becoming stateless,” said UNHCR. At referendum ground zero, a three-member UN panel headed by former Tanzanian president Benjamin Mkapa will travel around the country to monitor the 9-15 January polling and the counting and aggregation of results. They will also meet with relevant officials.Mr. Ban’s report is suffused with the historic dimensions of the referendum. “The coming weeks will determine the future of the Sudan for decades to come. The determination of the parties to the Comprehensive Peace Agreement to sustain peace, stability and coexistence will be the deciding factor in setting that course,” he writes. “The United Nations and the international community must continue to stand firmly behind their commitment to support the parties, the relevant institutions, and the Sudanese people through this process and beyond,” he adds, calling on the parties to agree on key post-referendum issues, including wealth-sharing, the management of assets and debts, citizenship and border security arrangements in order to ensure “a soft landing.”He stresses that the presence of UN troops alone will not be enough to prevent a return to war, should widespread hostilities erupt. “Only a demonstrated commitment by the parties to refrain from inflammatory statements, uphold the Comprehensive Peace Agreement ceasefire mechanisms and engage in dialogue to settle differences will succeed in maintaining peace,” he declares.“As events in the early days of 2011 will be unique in the history of the Sudan, I urge all partners to intensify their efforts and provide support to all Sudanese in order to ensure the successful holding of the referendum and respect the choice made by the people by endorsing and implementing its outcome.” 7 January 2011As Southern Sudan gears up for a week-long independence referendum starting on Sunday that could split Africa’s largest country in two, the United Nations is ramping up its multiple roles, from monitoring the vote to providing aid to returning southerners to preparing options for a worst-case scenario, however unlikely, of renewed warfare. read more

Competition Bureau of Canada gives 44B CoucheTard deal green light

LAVAL, Que. — The Competition Bureau of Canada is giving the green light to Alimentation Couche-Tard (TSX.ATD.B) to purchase its American fuel and convenience store rival CST Brands Inc., provided the company sell some of CST’s Canadian assets to Parkland.In a statement Tuesday, the company based in Laval, Que., said the Competition Bureau gave them the clearance for the acquisition of CST Brands, and the transaction with Parkland Fuel Corp. (TSX: PKI).Couche-Tard says the closings of both transactions are expected Wednesday.The Competition Bureau says Couche-Tard’s proposed deal would lessen competition in numerous markets in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.But the government agency says to address the concern, Couche-Tard agreed to sell 366 gas stations and gasoline supply contracts to Parkland and one gas station to Philippe Gosselin & Associes Limitee.The Competition Bureau says Parkland has also agreed to sell nine gasoline supply contracts to MacEwen Petroleum Inc. or McDougall Energy Inc. in Ontario.On Monday, Couche-Tard won approval from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to buy CST Brands on condition that it sell up to 71 stores in the U.S. The stores are located in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, New Mexico, Ohio and Texas.Empire Petroleum will also have the opportunity to purchase an additional site owned by Couche-Tard. This transaction is expected to be finalized by the beginning of September.Couche-Tard is the largest convenience store operator in Canada and has more than 8,000 convenience stores throughout North America, which are mostly branded as Circle K and Mac’s. read more

Security Council urges steppedup efforts to protect women from violence in war

Video: – Morning session [3hrs 21mins] – Afternoon session [2hrs 29mins] After a day-long debate on women, peace and security, the Council released a presidential statement asking Secretary-General Kofi Annan to outline an action plan by October next year showing how the UN can achieve those goals.Ambassador Emyr Jones Parry of the United Kingdom, which holds the Council’s rotating presidency for this month, said the plan would include a detailed timetable for implementing such targets as eliminating gender-based violence and boosting women’s participating in peacekeeping and peace-building operations.Mr. Jones Parry said gender perspectives must be integrated into the planning and running of every peace and security operation by the UN, including its peacekeeping missions, so that women can fully participate in them.The statement also:Urged Mr. Annan to increase his efforts to “identify suitable female candidates” to fill posts in peacekeeping, conflict prevention or humanitarian operations, especially senior posts.Called for an end to the culture of impunity for the perpetrators of physical or sexual violence against women and girls in war.Recommended all staff involved in conflict or post-conflict operations to be given specific training so they can recognize and respond quickly and appropriately to gender-based violence.Stressed the need for increased support programmes for victims of gender-based violence.Today’s debate was held in part to measure what progress has been made since the Council adopted a resolution in 2000 that decried gender-based violence and called for an overhaul in the planning of peace and security operations so that women’s perspectives are always included.Earlier, describing the international response so far as “completely inadequate,” the head of the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) demanded a drastic improvement in both attitude and action to end the “massive and systematic” violence against women and girls.Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, Executive Director of UNFPA, told the Council that victims of violence still faced stigma or shame, most perpetrators went unpunished and there were not nearly enough resources devoted to tackling the problem.Ms. Obaid said most of the progress since the Council resolution of 2000 has been in creating better policies and guidelines, and not on the ground in those States where women and girls are at greatest risk.Ms. Obaid said it was vital that police officers, security personnel, UN peacekeepers and humanitarian staff are trained to identify and tackle vigorously violence against women, and that more women are placed to work in these “male-dominated arenas.””We do not need a few good women sprinkled here and there,” she said. “We need gender parity so women in positions of power can stop abuses of power.”Ms. Obaid said one of the worst aspects of gender-based violence was the lingering damage it does to both the individual victims and to the society as a whole. Many women and girls suffer physically and psychologically for years, sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV/AIDS spread through communities, and family structures are permanently undermined.Louise Arbour, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said people-trafficking and sexual exploitation occur during UN peacekeeping operations on a scale “which has yet to be fully acknowledged and effectively addressed.”She said “there can be no tolerance” for the behaviour, adding Mr. Annan has made clear the responsibility of every UN staff member, and particularly senior managers, to ensure that the exploitation does not occur.”Sexual predatory practice by international ‘interveners’ cannot just be condemned as the isolated, deplorable actions of a few ‘bad apples,’ ” Ms. Arbour said.Jean-Marie Guéhenno, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, said that while many challenges remain, the UN is working much harder today than it did in 2000 to ensure that the needs and perspectives of women are included in its conflict and post-conflict operations.Speakers representing dozens of countries then addressed the Council, outlining the steps they have made in their own States and calling for much greater international cooperation to end violence and increase women’s role in peace-building and peacekeeping.Meanwhile, the UN has released FACES, a publication that details 10 examples from around the world of how women are playing a vital and useful role in contributing to peace and security. read more

Serena Williams Voted AP Female Athlete of the Year

She showed up in Paris wearing a black catsuit, a reminder that nobody can command the Grand Slam stage quite like Serena Williams.She reached the finals at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, proving again how well she can play no matter how little she practices.Williams didn’t win those or any other tournaments, which in every other situation might have made for a forgettable year.In 2018, it was a remarkable one.FILE – In this May 29, 2018, file photo, Serena Williams returns a shot against Krystyna Pliskova during their first-round match of the French Open tennis tournament in Paris, France. The women’s tennis tour has approved rule changes that involve seedings after a return from pregnancy. Former No. 1 players Williams and Victoria Azarenka are recent mothers on the tour. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)Her rapid return to tennis after a health scare following childbirth was a victory in itself, and for that, Williams was voted The Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year for the fifth time.Williams received 93 points in balloting by U.S. editors and news directors announced Wednesday, while gymnast Simone Biles was second with 68. Notre Dame basketball player Arike Ogunbowale was third, while Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim and swimmer Katie Ledecky, the 2017 winner, rounded out the top five.All of those players won a title or titles in 2018, while Williams had to settle for just coming close a couple of times.Now 37 and a new mother facing some players who weren’t even born when she turned pro in 1995, Williams isn’t the same person who ruthlessly ran her way to 23 Grand Slam singles titles — the last of which came at the 2017 Australian Open when she was pregnant.“I’m still waiting to get to be the Serena that I was, and I don’t know if I’ll ever be that, physically, emotionally, mentally. But I’m on my way,” Williams said on the eve of the U.S. Open final. “I feel like I still have a ways to go. Once I get there, I’ll be able to play even hopefully better.”The Male Athlete of the Year will be announced Thursday.The women’s award has been won more only by Babe Didrikson Zaharias, whose six wins included one for track and five for golf.Williams’ previous times winning the AP honor, in 2002, 2009, 2013 and 2015, were because of her dominance.This one was about her perseverance.Williams developed blood clots after giving birth to daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. on Sept. 1, 2017, and four surgeries would follow. She returned to the WTA Tour in March and played in just a pair of events before the French Open, where she competed in a skin-tight, full-length black catsuit.She said the outfit — worn partly for health reasons because of the clots — made her feel like a superhero, but her game was rarely in superstar shape. She had to withdraw in Paris because of a right pectoral injury and didn’t play again until Wimbledon, where she lost to Angelique Kerber in the final.Williams came up short again in New York, where her loss to Naomi Osaka in the final will be remembered best for her outburst toward chair umpire Carlos Ramos, who had penalized Williams for receiving coaching and later penalized her an entire game for calling him a “thief” while arguing.That loss leaves her one major title shy of Margaret Court’s record as she starts play next year in a WTA Tour that will look different in part because of new rules coming about after issues involving Williams. Players returning to the tour may use a “special ranking” for up to three years from the birth of a child, and the exemption can be used for seedings at big events. Also, the tour says players can wear leggings or compression shorts at its tournaments without a skirt over them.Williams insists she is still driven to play and win as much if not more than before she was a mother. That drive is the focus of a Nike ad showing her in action.“Getting this far, crazy,” it says. “Stopping now, crazier.”Williams won’t.“I’m still on the way up,” she said. “There’s still much more that I plan on doing.”The rest of the top five:Simone Biles, gymnastics. The American won four golds and six medals overall in the world championships in Qatar, giving her 20 in her career to tie Russia’s Svetlana Khorkina for the most by a female gymnast.Arike Ogunbowale, women’s basketball. She hit one jumper to knock off previously unbeaten Connecticut in the Final Four, then a 3-pointer in the championship game to lift Notre Dame over Mississippi State.Chloe Kim, snowboarding. At 17, the Californian won the halfpipe Olympic gold medal in South Korea, where her parents were from before they immigrated to the United States.Katie Ledecky, swimming. The 21-year-old U.S. Olympian tuned up for the 2020 Games in Tokyo by winning five medals in the city at the Pan Pacific Championships. read more

Joy Global buys deeper into Chinabased International Mining Machinery Holdings

first_imgJoy Global a worldwide leader in high productivity mining solutions, has purchased approximately 136.5 million shares of International Mining Machinery Holdings (IMM). These shares were purchased on the open market and represent 10.5% of the total shares outstanding. The purchase of these shares is in addition to Joy Global’s announcement on July 14 that it had agreed to purchase from TJCC Holdings 534.8 million shares of IMM, representing 41.1% of IMM shares outstanding.The purchase of shares from TJCC is subject to approval from the Anti-monopoly Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) of China and the satisfaction of other customary closing conditions.IMM is a leading designer and manufacturer of underground longwall coal mining equipment in China. It has strong domestic market positions in roadheaders and longwall shearing machines, and is growing the share of its armored-face conveyor and electric control systems businesses. In addition to original equipment, IMM provides aftermarket parts and services through a broad network of service and warehouse locations.Joy Global is a worldwide leader in manufacturing, servicing and distributing equipment for surface mining through P&H Mining Equipment and underground mining through Joy Mining Machinery.last_img read more

Opera 11 beta gets Tab Stacking feature

first_imgIf I had to sum up the core feature that each of the main IE alternatives brought to the table Chrome would be speed, FireFox would be customization, and Opera would be experimentation. And with the Opera 11 beta that experimentation continues.Tab Stacking has been added to the latest beta roll-out which happened today as a way of dealing with tens or hundreds of open browser tabs. According to Opera’s Desktop Team:Tab stacking allows you to organize your browsing, optimize the space on your tab bar, and keep yet even more tabs handy for use. The video above gives you a better idea of how it works in practice. Tabs can be dragged and dropped on to other tabs to group them. This stack can then be accessed from a single tab making it easier to have lots open without the mess of hundreds across a single bar with none of the names visible.To see what’s in a stack just hover over it to get a visual preview and the ability to select which window to focus on or remove from the stack. An arrow appears to the right of a tab stack allowing you to expand the tabs along the tab bar too.You can try it out for yourself by downloading the latest Opera 11 beta build.Read more at the Opera Desktop Team and Web Upd8. Tab stacking image courtesy of Peter Van Dijck’s Guide to EaseMatthew’s OpinionOpera isn’t the only company experimenting with how to handle lots of tabs. Mozilla has Tab Candy for Firefox in development, and I think I prefer it to this solution.Opera’s Tab Stacking looks a bit hit-and-miss to me. In the video a tab slides rather than linking meaning this could be a slow process. It also falls down if you want lots of tabs in a stack as you will either run out of screen space or have to deal with smaller previews instead.With Tab Candy you are taken out of the main browser interface and switch to a tab organizing window. It just looks like a cleaner and more fluid solution.What do you think, is Tab Stacking a good solution to the problem?last_img read more

Dana insists decrepit buildings must go

first_imgHyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Commissioner, M Dana Kishore, on Monday instructed town planning officials to serve notices on the owners of pending 457 dilapidated structures remaining in city or else vacate the people from buildings and seize them.The Commissioner held a meeting with zonal, deputy commissioners on various issues through video conference at GHMC main office. GHMC additional commissioners Amrapali Kata, Adwaith Kumar Singh, Sikta Patnaiak, chief engineers and other officials were present at the meeting. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us At the meeting, the Commissioner said it was very sad that a 13-year-old boy died in building collapse in Secunderabad circle on Sunday. He made it clear that the remaining 457 dilapidated structures have to be demolished or the people need to be vacated and seize the buildings as soon as possible. Dana Kishore instructed to serve memos to the officials of the town planning or whoever was delaying the demolition process in city. He said that 485 dilapidated structures were demolished in 2016, 294 buildings were demolished in 2017 and 402 buildings were demolished in 2018. Also Read – Parts of Hyderabad witness heavy rainfall Advertise With Us This year around 765 dilapidated structures have been identified in the city and so far only 176 buildings were demolished, he said. He instructed the officials of town planning to take action on remaining 457 dilapidated structures immediately. Saplings distribution The Commissioner told officials to take all the necessary measures to start the distribution of Haritha Haram saplings to the people for free of cost near temples where Bonalu would be held in the GHMC limits. Around one crore of saplings were ready in city for Haritha Haram programme, he said. Commissioner instructed the zonal commissioners to construct one rain water harvesting theme park in each zone. Advertise With Us 175 teams to identify Aasara beneficiaries Dana Kishore said that 175 teams have been deployed to identify the beneficiaries who are in the age group of 57 to 64 for old age pension scheme in Hyderabad district. Beneficiaries list should be prepared within July 25 and plan the everyday target accordingly, said the Commissioner to officials. More vehicles to lift garbage in evening To lift the garbage from the containers which were kept on the roadside, Commissioner instructed officials to deploy four mini tippers and two bob cots to lift the garbage from the containers in the evening to maintain cleanliness in the city from today. He said vehicles would be deployed every day to lift the garbage without fail and see to that this work should be done properly. Action plan to boost self-help groups The Commissioner said special action plans were being formulated to strengthen the 45 thousand self help groups financially and socially. He told that corporators, deputy commissioners should attend the meeting which would be held every Wednesday with self-help groups with regards to Swachh Bharat Mission, Saaf-Shandaar Hyderabad initiatives. Two dust bins at every bus stop Dana Kishore instructed zonal and deputy commissioners to set up two dust bins near each and every bus stop in city within a week. Take necessary action to see that each and every street vendor keeps dust bins near to their shops within August month end, he said.last_img read more

After Indian Armys revelation on Yeti FBI confirms testing alleged Bigfoot fur

first_imgPixabayA few weeks ago, the Indian army claimed to have spotted the footprints of Yeti, a mythical gigantic snowman creature in the Himalayan region of Nepal. After sharing a photo on their official Twitter page, the army revealed that these mysterious footprints measured 32X15 inches. Now, newly released records from the United States reveal that the FBI too had analyzed the alleged fur of Bigfoot in the 1970s.It should be noted that Yeti is the gigantic snowman in Indian and Nepal folklore, while Bigfoot is his counterpart creature in the western countries. However, FBI’s investigation revealed that these furs were actually deer hairs. The newly released records also suggested that initial analysis on the fur turned out to be perplexing, as experts revealed that these hairs were not shed by any known creature on the continent. FBIIt was Peter Byrne, the then director of the Bigfoot Information Centre who spurred that analysis, and compelled the FBI to conduct an investigation.”Briefly, we do not often come across hair which we are unable to identify and the hair that we have now, about 15 hairs attached to a tiny piece of skin, is the first that we have obtained in six years which we feel may be of importance,” wrote Byrne.However, the fur testing report made Byrne disappointed. After the tests, Cochran wrote to the Academy of Applied Sciences executive vice president Howard Curtis that these mysterious hairs were of deer family origin.Byrne who is now 93-years-old still believes that Bigfoot is real, and the real mystery is under the wraps. On Wednesday, Peter Byrne told CNBC that he still has not given up the hope of proving that this abominable snowman is real. Byrne also admitted that proving the existence of Bigfoot is undoubtedly a challenging task.last_img read more

Sylhet landslide death toll rises to 3

first_imgSylhetThe death toll in Sylhet landslide rises to three with recovery of missing worker, Kancha Mia, 50.Two other deceased are Zamir Hossain, 36, of Banda village in Jamalganj upazila of Sunamganj, and Asad Uddin, 35, of Jibdara village of South Sunamganj.The land of the stone quarry collapsed on a number of workers while they were extracting stones from a quarry in Arefin Tila area of Companiganj upazila in Sylhet on Wednesday, said Companiganj police station inspector (Investigation) Dilip Kanta Nath.Two injured workers were then rescued on Wednesday night. The bodies of two deceased were recovered after Wednesday midnight, the inspector added.At least seven workers were killed in separate stone quarry collapses in the last four days in Sylhet. A total of 52 stone quarry workers were killed in different stone quarries in Sylher in the last 13 months.last_img read more

What to plant in November

first_imgMost northern gardeners are now finishing up their gardening year, but tropical gardeners can plant a second garden before the year ends. The last quarter of the year in Costa Rica provides an excellent opportunity for planting another corn patch, as well as green beans and dry beans, sweet potatoes, peanuts and squash. Hardy greens, such as cabbage, collards, mustard, Chinese cabbage, radishes and green bunching onions grow well in this season.Tomatoes, on the contrary, suffer from the heavy rains and high humidity when planted outside. You can solve this problem by planting them indoors on sunny porches and walkways in 5-gallon pots or old recycled plastic buckets.  Cucumbers, peppers, garlic, lettuce and eggplant also grow much better indoors, but be sure to place them in a dry and sunny part of the home. You can also enrich your potting soil with aged compost and sand for better results. Although the harvest of mangos and avocados has finished, other fruits like oranges, carambola, banana, mammon chino, and jocote are in season.  There’s still time to transplant seedling fruit trees and ornamental plants to more permanent sites before the dry season comes. Composting is another activity that can continue during the rainy season. The lush biomass from grass clipping, pruning and garden cleanups can be composted into rich fertilizer for the end of the year. Heavy tropical rains, however, can turn compost into a soupy mess, unless you cover your piles with a makeshift roof or plastic cover. Also keep in mind that moisture-laden soil packs or clumps very easily, causing plant roots to grow poorly. There’s a gardener’s rule of the green thumb that goes like this: If the soil sticks to your hoe or shovel, it’s too wet to work. For gardeners who keep their feet on the ground and their heads in the stars, here’s the lunar planting dates for November. The 1st to the 3rd (new moon) is a good time for planting, particularly for the crops mentioned above.The 9th to the 17th (full moon) is a good time to transplant and harvest, and to plant slow germinating seeds, such as those of many fruit trees (papaya in particular) and herbs. With a little effort now in the garden, you’ll be dining on the fruits of your labor in the new year!For more information on tropical gardening naturally, contact us at or Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more

Strike on UN Gaza school kills 10 as Israel starts troop pullout

first_imgU.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon strongly condemned the shelling, calling it “a moral outrage and a criminal act.”“This madness must stop,” he said.“The bloodshed needs to stop,” said a statement signed by the European Union and the European Commission presidents on behalf of the bloc’s 28 member states.“We deplore the terrible loss of lives, including innocent women and children,” it said, condemning the “intolerable violence” being suffered by Gaza residents.Britain’s Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond demanded an unconditional ceasefire to resolve the “intolerable” situation for civilians. And in Cairo, China’s top diplomat Wang Yi demanded both sides “immediately” halt their fire.But there was little respite on the ground, where more than 71 people were killed in Rafah alone in a fresh wave of bloodshed which sent the death toll soaring over 1,800 in the confrontation, now in its 27th day.A Palestinian delegation was to hold truce talks Sunday in Cairo with senior U.S. and Egyptian officials, but Israel has said it sees no point in sending its negotiators to the meeting, citing what it says are Hamas breaches of previous agreed truces.Islamic Jihad was also expected to join along with U.S. Middle East envoy Frank Lowenstein.Several Israeli newspapers reported that Cabinet ministers have taken a decision not to seek a further negotiated ceasefire agreement with Hamas and were considering ending the military operation unilaterally.Israel’s army announced on Sunday it had begun withdrawing some troops from Gaza with a military spokesman saying the ground operation was “changing gear.”“We are removing some [forces],” Lt. Col. Peter Lerner told AFP, saying troops were “extremely close” to completing a mission to destroy a network of attack tunnels.“We are redeploying within the Gaza Strip, taking out other positions, and relieving other forces from within, so it won’t be the same type of ground operation,” he said.“But indeed we will continue to operate … [and] have a rapid reaction force on the ground that can engage Hamas if required.“It’s changing gear but it’s still ongoing.”Soldier declared deadIsrael’s assault on the southern city of Rafah began early on Friday in the opening hours of a 72-hour humanitarian truce, which was quickly shattered when militants ambushed a group of soldiers, killing two of them.A third was reported missing, believed snatched in a development which drew sharp condemnation from top U.S. and U.N. officials.But early on Sunday, the Israeli army formally announced the death of the soldier, 23-year-old Hadar Goldin, saying he had been “killed in battle in the Gaza Strip on Friday.”Army radio said no body had been recovered, rendering the decision to announce his death “very delicate.” There was no word on the whereabouts of his remains.Hamas’s Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades acknowledged its militants had staged an ambush in which two other Israeli soldiers were killed, but denied holding Goldin.His death raised to 64 the total number of soldiers killed since the start of the operation to July 8, its heaviest toll since the Lebanon war of 2006.Nonetheless, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to press on with the operation, promising that Hamas would pay “an insufferable price” for continued cross-border rocket fire.Leaving Beit Lahiya“We will take as much time as necessary, and will exert as much force as needed,” he said late on Saturday, saying troops would complete their mission to destroy the tunnels after which the next security objectives would be decided.His remarks came after the army gave a first indication it was ending operations in parts of Gaza, informing residents of Beit Lahiya and Al-Atatra in the north that it was “safe” to return home.Witnesses in the north confirmed seeing troops leaving the area as others were seen pulling out of villages east of Khan Yunis in the south as commentators suggested it was the start of a unilateral withdrawal. Facebook Comments ‘Multiple deaths and injuries’“Shelling incident in vicinity of UNRWA school in Rafah sheltering almost 3,000 IDP. Initial reports say multiple deaths and injury,” he wrote on his Twitter feed. Shelling incident in vicinity of UNRWA school in Rafah sheltering almost 3,000 IDP. Initial reports say multimple deaths and injury— Chris Gunness (@ChrisGunness) August 3, 2014 Related posts:Costa Rica’s Solís joins UN secretary-general in call for immediate ceasefire in Gaza conflict Costa Rica expresses outrage to Israeli ambassador over Gaza violence Israel, Hamas agree to 72-hour truce Israel, Palestinians accept midnight truce in Gaza GAZA CITY – At least 10 people died in a fresh strike on a U.N. school in Gaza Sunday shortly after Israel confirmed it had begun withdrawing some troops from the war-torn enclave.The strike on the school sheltering displaced Palestinians in the southern city of Rafah came as Israel pounded the region following the suspected capture of a soldier by militants, who was later declared dead.It was the third time in 10 days that a U.N. school had been hit and came four days after Israeli tank shells slammed into a school in the northern town of Jabaliya, killing 16 in an attack furiously denounced by U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon as “reprehensible.”An AFP correspondent said there were scenes of chaos at the site, with rescuers trying to evacuate the wounded any way they could, while adults were seen sprinting frantically away through pools of blood, young children clutched in their arms.Chris Gunness, spokesman for the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA), said the school had been housing thousands of internally displaced people (IDPs) who had been forced to flee their homes by the ongoing violence in Gaza.Overcome with grief, former BBC reporter and current spokesman for UNRWA Chris Gunness loses it during a recent interview with Al-Jazeera:last_img read more

Irans top diplomat reaches out to Gulf states

first_imgSince the start of the week, the diplomat has visited four of the six nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council, or GCC, who have long been wary of Shiite powerhouse Iran.Only Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have been left out of his Gulf tour so far, but they are significant omissions _ Saudi Arabia is the region’s powerhouse, while Sunni-ruled Bahrain faces a three-year-old uprising by majority Shiites.The interim deal reached in Geneva last month over its nuclear ambitions gives the Islamic Republic’s new government, led by moderate President Hassan Rouhani, an opening to reset its relationship with at least most of the Gulf states.Under the pact, Iran agreed to freeze parts of its nuclear program for six months in exchange for some relief from Western sanctions that are hobbling its economy.“Iran is taking advantage of the interim agreement to make inroads into the GCC to resolve outstanding issues and each GCC state, excluding Saudi Arabia,” said Theodore Karasik, a security and political affairs analyst at the Dubai-based Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis.Iran has expressed an interest in working more closely with Saudi Arabia too, but there are few signs that the kingdom’s rulers are in a mood to talk for now. It, like Israel, remains deeply suspicious of Iran’s intentions. DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – With the ink barely dry on a nuclear deal that paves the way for warmer relations with the West, Iran’s new leadership is making a push to patch up tensions with U.S. allies closer to home too.Tehran’s top diplomat arrived in the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday for talks with the nation’s leader that touched on last month’s nuclear pact, as well as regional security and bilateral relations. It was the sort of courtesy call Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is growing accustomed to making. Sponsored Stories Top Stories Comments   Share   (Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of The two OPEC nations have longstanding trade ties but differ over several issues, including Tehran’s control over three Gulf islands claimed by both countries.The UAE nonetheless has shown a willingness to engage with the new Iranian leadership. It was one of the first countries in the region to welcome last month’s nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, and dispatched its foreign minister to Tehran last week.The West and its allies fear that Iran’s program could be used to build an atomic bomb. Iran says it is only for peaceful purposes, such as producing electricity, and for scientific and medical research.The Gulf states have welcomed the Iranian nuclear deal. Even Saudi Arabia, which traditionally sets the political tone for the rest of the Gulf, was cautiously in favor of the pact.The UAE has embarked on its own nuclear program, last year becoming the first country in more than two and a half decades to begin building its maiden atomic power plant. It, however, has agreed with the U.S. not to enrich uranium or reprocess spent fuel for plutonium, which can be used in nuclear bombs.Earlier this week, Zarif traveled to Kuwait and Qatar, and met with the countries’ ruling emirs. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches The kingdom sees a stronger Iran as a threat to its own influence in the region, and it and other Sunni-ruled Gulf nations are important backers of the Syrian rebels fighting to topple the Iran-allied government of Bashar Assad in Syria. Riyadh also has accused Iran of backing Shiite uprisings in neighboring Yemen and Bahrain.That has not stopped Tehran from trying to make inroads with Saudi Arabia’s smaller Gulf neighbors.Zarif’s meeting with the Emirati president, Sheik Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, took place in a palace in the low-key desert oasis city of Al Ain, about 160 kilometers (100 miles) inland from the rapidly developing federal capital, Abu Dhabi. He was also expected to visit the bustling commercial hub of Dubai before departing.The Emirati leader reiterated his country’s support for the nuclear deal and said his nation looks forward to enhancing regional stability and security, according to an account of their meeting carried by the official WAM news agency. He also said he hoped for more cooperation between the two OPEC member states.Zarif extended an invitation for Khalifa to visit Iran, which the state news agency said “His Highness thankfully accepted,” and expressed Iran’s desire to strengthen its ties with the Gulf countries. He also stopped in Oman, which shares control of the Strait of Hormuz at the mouth of the Gulf with Iran. It has long maintained friendly ties with both Tehran and the West, and was the site of some of the secret talks between Iranian and American representatives that preceded last month’s nuclear deal in Geneva.___Follow Adam Schreck on Twitter at Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technologylast_img read more

MAC Settles in 10State Regulatory Operation

first_imgMAC Settles in 10-State Regulatory Operation in Government, Origination, Servicing Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2011-08-02 Ryan Schuette Sharecenter_img After an operation orchestrated by regulators over 10 states, Morris Plains-based “”Mortgage Access Corp.””: (MAC), doing business as “”Weichert Financial Services””:, inked its name to a remittance in the amount of $3 million over a multitude of compliance and internal control deficiencies.[IMAGE]The “”Conference of State Bank Supervisors””: (CSBS) and “”American Association of Residential Mortgage Regulators””: (AARMR) issued a “”joint statement””: praising the agreement, which capped an examination of multi-state negligence by MAC, with mortgage loan originators acting outside their licensed jurisdictions.””The effectiveness of the multi-state effort as a platform to regulate large companies across the country, while enhancing consumer protection, is a testament to the states’ ability to modify the regulatory approach to better assess for compliance with applicable state and federal law,”” John Ducrest, CSBS chairman and Louisiana Commissioner of Financial Institutions, said in the statement.[COLUMN_BREAK]Some ten agencies joined the effort, with actors including banking regulators from Connecticut, Louisiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Vermont.””The multi-state mortgage examination program was initiated to enhance consumer protection, foster a culture of compliance within the industry, and hold individuals and entities accountable for actions which are not in compliance with applicable rules and regulations,”” said Darin Domingue, AARMR president and deputy chief examiner of the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions.””The licensing laws enacted by states, including testing and educational requirements, have been put into place to help ensure that the largest financial transaction most consumers will make is facilitated through qualified and licensed individuals,”” Dominigue added.According to the “”agreement””:, MAC must pay $3 million in monthly installments, reform past problems with oversight, and establish a complaint receiver process. It must also hire an external auditor to check for compliance with all relevant state licensing laws as applicable to the mortgage industry.MAC must also reassess internal processes needed for the regulation of loan originations, implement technologies aimed at stopping unlicensed loan officers from making loans, and, among other actions for redress, refund fees to certain borrowers in New York. August 2, 2011 502 Views last_img read more

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first_img What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation The Cardinals are getting healthier.The team removed running back Beanie Wells from the PUP list Tuesday, allowing him to participate in the team’s morning walk-through.“Going through everything as a team, getting the ball, doing a little but of cutting,” Wells said of what he did.Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said every little bit Wells can do right now will help him get back into the swing of things. 0 Comments   Share   center_img Top Stories “I think it’s important right now that he gets back into the flow of the walk-throughs,” he said. “There’s a lot of things you can do, whether it’s protection pickups, footwork, those kind of things.”Wells said he is likely to take it slowly this week as the team is practicing against the Kansas City Chiefs, adding that he’ll probably open it up more when the team returns to Flagstaff.“I think if we were at home going against our defense I’d probably more full go,” he said. “But who knows, we may pick up stuff as the week goes on.”The (now) 24-year-old former Ohio State star has been on the Physically Unable to Perform list since the opening of training camp due to offseason knee surgery, but both he and the coaches have maintained a lack of concern over him possibly missing anything more than a few training camp practices.In other words, he has always been expected to be ready for the September 9 season opener against the Seahawks.Wells ran for a career-high 1,047 yards and 10 touchdowns last season, and will be counted on to once again carry the load out of the backfield along with second-year pro Ryan Williams, who is also recovering from an injury. Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more


first_img Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling There were several reports in the last week that Cribbs was on his way to Arizona to sign a free agent deal with the Cardinals.Cribbs made national news last week when he posted a farewell to the fans of Cleveland on his Instagram account. Cribbs has spent his entire eight-year career with the Browns.The Kent State product has 11 kick and punt return touchdowns in his career. Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img For those who were counting on Joshua Cribbs becoming the latest member of the Arizona Cardinals — not so fast.According to a report from Will Burge of ESPN Cleveland, the two-time Pro Bowl kick returner failed his physical during a free agent visit with Arizona.ESPN Cleveland has learned from multiple sources that the delay in Cribbs signing is because he failed his physical with the Cardinals on Monday. It is unclear at this time what may have been the cause of the failed physical and if this will deter Arizona from signing the nine year NFL veteran.Cribbs’ agent, J.R. Rickert, confirmed the report to USA Today. Cribbs had off-season surgery on his knee and isn’t fully recovered according to Rickert, who also believes the Cardinals will administer another physical examination on his client in a few weeks. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img read more

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