Labrador Innu angry as Quebec wildlife officials seize caribou gift

first_imgMONTREAL — Labrador Innu say caribou meat seized this week by Quebec wildlife officials was a gift from Quebec Cree intended for ceremonial purposes.A statement from the Innu Nation said members from the northern Labrador community of Natuashish, including Innu Nation Grand Chief Gregory Rich, were stopped in north-central Quebec Tuesday as they drove home from Chisasibi.The group was fined but of greater frustration was the seizure of the caribou, which they said in a statement is important to “Innu cultural and spiritual survival.”They had a letter from the chief of the Chisasibi Cree declaring the caribou meat, packed into coolers, was a gift. They hoped the letter would allow them to transport the meat home.Rich called the behaviour by wildlife officers colonial.“The practice of historical sharing between the Cree and the Innu of what is now Labrador goes back to long before the assertion of sovereignty by the Crown,”  he said in the statement.The Innu said the caribou came from the Leaf River herd. Quebec’s Wildlife Department stated in February that the herd’s numbers have dropped sharply since the early 2000s. Sport hunting was closed in February and Indigenous harvesting is subject to monitoring.Chisasibi Chief Davey Bobbish said he extended the letter as a courtesy after Rich requested it Monday. He said he warned the Innu he could not guarantee the letter would work if they were stopped by authorities.“The bottom line is other than the beneficiaries of the James Bay Agreement — the Cree, the Inuit and the Naskapi — no one other than those three nations is allowed to possess caribou according to interpretation of the Quebec legislation,” Bobbish said in an interview.He said the Cree have recently opened talks with Innu on Quebec’s lower north shore about a possible protocol allowing the Cree to conduct a traditional harvest for the Innu, who are facing dwindling caribou populations in their region.Rich noted in the statement that Innu and Cree have many blood relationships, and he said traditional law supports offering caribou as a gift between the groups.He was not immediately available to comment Wednesday, but he told CBC’s Labrador Morning he intends to consult lawyers about the legality of the seizure.“It hurts to know that game wardens don’t respect our ceremonial and spiritual purposes of the caribou,” Rich told the show. “They told us it was illegal and that we were carrying an illegal meat.”Rich said the wildlife officers had a warrant to seize the meat, and they did not accept Bobbish’s letter as a defence.“The letter was done out of kindness because they were in the community already and they asked if they could use my letter as a shield to protect their meat,” Bobbish said. “But without any agreement, Quebec doesn’t recognize one chief’s authority to another First Nation.”Quebec Wildlife Department officials said they are aware of the incident, but they declined comment.Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Presslast_img read more

EC orders 26 lakh bottles of indelible ink… worth Rs 33 cr

first_imgNew Delhi: Ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, the Election Commission (EC) has ordered 26 lakh indelible ink bottles worth Rs 33 crore. The seven-phase election will begin on April 11 and conclude on May 19. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the poll panel had bought 21.5 lakh phials, 4.5 lakh less than this year.Mysore Paints and Varnish Ltd, a government of Karnataka undertaking, is the only authorised manufacturer of indelible ink for the Election Commission. Mysore Paints and Varnish Ltd Managing Director Chandrashekhar Doddamani said that the company has received an order for 26 lakh phials of 10cc each from the Election Commission. “The expected turnover is approximately Rs 33 crore,” he said. The order, Doddamani said, is higher than the last general elections by 4.5 lakh phials. In this election, nearly 90 crore people are eligible to case their votes for which the Election Commission will set up nearly 10 lakh polling stations across the country. In 1962, the Election Commission, in collaboration with the Law Ministry, National Physical Laboratory and National Research Development Corporation, had made an agreement with Mysore Paints and Varnish Ltd for supply of indelible ink for Lok Sabha and assembly elections. Since then, it has been supplying the ink for elections in India. A bottle of indelible ink contains 10 cubic centimetres (cc). As per modern measurement methods, one cubic centimetre is equivalent to one millilitre. Mysore Paints and Varnish Ltd exports indelible ink to more than 30 countries across the globe. Soon after the note ban, the company was asked to provide indelible ink to banks to mark customers exchanging defunct currency notes to check suspicious deposits. Grappling with unending queues and frayed tempers in banks and to check operation of syndicates after the note ban, the government had introduced the system of marking customers exchanging defunct currency notes with indelible ink.last_img read more

Egypt video of student sexually harassed at university goes viral

first_imgBy Abdelatif Ait AaziCasablanca- In a video that went viral on social media, a female university student who can be described as having long blond hair, wearing black pants and a pink sweater, was aggressively harassed both verbally and physically by a group of male colleagues who were shown trying to strip her clothes off her. The woman took refuge in the bathroom from the dozens of male students who were grabbing her until university security escorted her from the campus. But instead of condemning the behavior of students who harassed the young woman, the head of the Cairo University put the blame on her, arguing that she made a “mistake” when she dressed in an “unusual or inappropriate way” on campusSpeaking to the Egyptian private channel ONTV on Monday, the head of Cairo University, Gaber Nasser, said that “this girl entered the university wearing an abaya (loose cloak) and then took it off in the university “The girl’s mistake doesn’t justify [the male students’] behavior,” said Nasser, adding that the university does not allow students to wear “unusual or inappropriate” outfits on campus.“We will find out who is guilty – whether the girl or the [other] students – and we are going to punish them with the proper punishment, which might be expulsion from the university,” he was quoted by the The Guardian as sayingThe head of Cairo University added that the whole incident was monitored by security cameras and the harassers will be investigated.Egyptian women report that they encounter harassment even if they dress conservatively.According to a study conducted in 2013 by UN Women, more than 99% of women in Egypt have been subjected to a form of harassment.Edited by Sahar Kian© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributedlast_img read more

Migrating to SDWAN One Users View

system-3599932__340.jpg Log in or register to post comments Searching for an SD-WAN Solution Tim Proctor October 02, 2019 As enterprises look to cut costs and manage networks more effectively, managed SD-WAN service providers are looking to help. SD-WAN Still All the Rage Ryan Daily September 17, 2019 To meet the demand of UC, companies like Verizon, NEC, and Masergy are integrating and optimizing SD-WAN. I recently had an opportunity to sit down with Nick Dell, who manages IT for an auto parts manufacturer in the Detroit area. Over the last couple of years, Nick has migrated from a Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)-based WAN to a software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) from Cato Networks, and I wanted to learn about the factors that drove him to consider SD-WAN as well as why he felt Cato had the best solution for his deployment.Two simultaneous events drove Nick to consider an SD-WAN. The first was a move out of a facility that housed a PBX. That move led Nick from a premises-based PBX to an enterprise communications platform delivered by UCaaS vendor NexVortex. The second was the transition to a cloud-based enterprise resource planning ERP) system from Plex.As an auto parts supplier, Nick’s company is involved in just-in-time manufacturing. As such, it offers a 30-minute response time as part of its service-level agreement (SLA) for customers — with monetary penalties if it doesn’t meet the time response requirements. With the MPLS network, the company had experienced multiple issues with routing outages. Configuration changes, often initiated by the carrier but also on the routers that interfaced to the MPLS network, caused these issues. To solve for the problem, the auto parts supplier bolted on redundancy but on multiple occasions operations still failed.Based on the move off premises for its UC and ERP systems, Nick said he felt it was time to consider a cloud-friendly solution that could provide the management, operations, and reliability capabilities the company required. The costs of building these into the typical MPLS network would have exceeded his budget. Nick indicated that he, as are most IT pros, is constantly fighting shrinking budgets. After investigating SD-WAN, Nick said he decided a cloud-based SD-WAN had the right characteristics and pricing model to enable delivery of the traffic in the best way for the business. *** In the process of evaluating SD-WAN vendors, Nick defined two key characteristics:Cloud Focus — The previous MPLS solution included managed firewalls. For this implementation, Nick said he and his team felt that having the security integrated into the cloud was key, both for agility in security, but also to assure redundancy and availability. The ability to manage in the cloud and avoid the Internet pitfalls led Nick to focus on a cloud solution, not a premises one, for SD-WAN.Agility — Nick said he understood that SD-WAN is new and evolving, and he wanted a vendor that was clearly building an architecture and solution that could adapt and reflect new needs for his organization.Clearly the vendor needed to have the other SD-WAN characteristic of price reductions versus MPLS, too, but assuring that the system had rock-solid availability and the features and functions to support the business were equally important.As Nick evaluated SD-WAN options, he said he found that Cato offered the key factors he required. While performance was expected, flexibility and simplicity were key, he added. For example, configuring QoS had been a major issue on the MPLS network for years. After repeatedly trying to match QoS classes across the MPLS network, he found it virtually impossible to accomplish or maintain. The integration of all the components into a cloud-managed solution made change easy.Configuring the Cato SD-WAN for a QOS class was easy and took a few minutes, Nick said. As a result, the company could change its back-up process — now instead of running a nightly backup as it had traditionally done, it can run the backup during the day, using a low-access class, without impacting any other operations. It did this while protecting the NexVortex real-time traffic, which had no impact from other traffic in the QoS scheme.In the end, the need to meet changing business requirements drove Nick’s decision to move to SD-WAN. Cato became the vendor choice because of its cloud-focused approach and the capabilities built into the architecture. One area this has been effective is in support. Nick indicated that support has rapidly resolved issues, often working with engineers. This compares to the days it has taken him to get through the layers of support with other WAN vendors, he said.The last thing tht Nick and I talked about was how to migrate to SD-WAN. A proof of concept (PoC) is critical, he said. For his company’s PoC, he set up an SD-WAN with a single branch to test the technology and demonstrate the value before proceeding. A second insight is that the SD-WAN can be deployed and tested before cut-over, enabling the existing infrastructure to be in place until tht actual change. The testing with a first site was critical to make sure all configurations and other issues are resolved before a larger-scale deployment.SD-WAN is a major new force in data networking. When properly considered and installed, SD-WAN can transform the WAN environment from the legacy structure of MPLS to a next-generation cloud infrastructure that can be managed in real time. This can enable next-generation cloud communications and collaboration for lower cost and better coverage.Tags:News & ViewsUCaaStechnology trendsCato NetworksSD-WANCase StudiesCloud CommunicationsDeployment ModelsEnterprise NetworkingReal-Time Communications Articles You Might Like Why You Need SD-WAN in Your Digital Transformation Journey Jayanth Krishna July 18, 2019 The promise of enhanced network flexibility, improved performance, and increased security make this solution hard to ignore. See All in SD-WAN » Cato Says, ‘Look Ma, No Hands!’ to SD-WAN Management Zeus Kerravala July 16, 2019 Cloud SD-WAN platform provider rounds out portfolio with fully managed option The SD-WAN Connection: A Cloud Friendly Approach Ryan Daily September 26, 2019 As cloud computing changes the traditional flow of traffic, SD-WAN solutions, like Aryaka’s HybridWAN, allow enterprises to develop a proactive “cloud-first” strategy. read more

UN agency highlights links between health and human rights

The publication, 25 Questions and Answers on Health and Human Rights, is the first compilation of answers to key questions in an area that lately has received added focus and attention, reflecting the most current developments and trends in health and human rights.The booklet discusses a number of issues related to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, such as access to medicines, the use of health status information and non-discrimination. It also covers protection of health care workers and facilities and access to medical care during conflicts, as well as the availability to all of the benefits of scientific progress and the obligation of States to assist those with fewer resources in tackling diseases of poverty.”Linking health and human rights could act as a force for mobilizing and empowering the most vulnerable and disadvantaged,” said Ms Helena Nygren-Krug, author of the publication and WHO’s focal point for health and human rights. “Advancing health as a human right means making people conscious of both their oppression and the possibility of change.” read more

Lunde Haraldsen uncomfortable in Gyor

Kathrine Lunde Haraldsen since this season has a new team, Gyor, and that means new city, new land. But for her it also means new way of training, and much different from the one in Norway, and the Hungarian language is still “greek” to her.She complained that the new trainings are conducted lots of time with “medicine ball” and that this makes it more difficult for her, and at the same time admits that she hadn’t marked any special development, but notices that they are very commited to this type of training in Gyor.Another problem is the linguistic, and she acknowledges that she needs to learn the basics of the Hungarian language, because the team plays as one, and therefore needs perfect understanding between the team players. GyorKathrine Lunde Haraldsen ← Previous Story Kasper Hvidt publishes controversial book Next Story → Zarko Markovic in Al Ahly (Saudi Arabia) read more

These are the 56 arts and culture centres that will benefit from

first_imgThe Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys said over 85% of the funding is going to projects outside Dublin.This €9 million announcement is the most significant investment in regional arts and cultural centres in a decade.“We deliberately made this scheme as flexible as possible to ensure projects of varying sizes could benefit.” Monday 13 Feb 2017, 10:25 PM These are the 56 arts and culture centres that will benefit from €9 million in funding Over 85% of the funding is going to projects outside Dublin. Here is the full list of funding I am announcing today – €9m in total for arts&cultural centres @creativeirl @DeptAHG #arts #creativeireland— Heather Humphreys (@HHumphreysFG) February 13, 2017 10,997 Views Short URL By Cliodhna Russell Read: Have an opinion on microbeads? The government wants to hear views on proposed ban> Source: Heather Humphreys/Twittercenter_img MORE THAN €9 million in capital funding has been allocated to arts and culture centres across the country.A total of 56 cultural organisations will benefit from this capital investment, including theatres, heritage centres, galleries, archives, integrated arts centres, artist studios and creative and performance spaces.Seven flagship projects will receive substantial funding allocations: Share125 Tweet Email1 Solstice Meath Arts Centre – €300,000The Irish Arial Creation Centre (home of Fidget Feet) – €350,000The Hunt Museum, Limerick – €400,000The Hawk’s Well Theatre in Sligo – €550,000Cavan Town Hall Theatre – €750,000The Riverbank Arts Centre, Kildare – €1,000,000Wexford Arts Centre – €1,000,000A further 49 projects will receive funding ranging from €20,000 to €276,000. Image: Shutterstock/Dario Lo Presti Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Shutterstock/Dario Lo Presti 10 Comments Feb 13th 2017, 10:25 PM last_img read more

Inde des analyses ADN pour condamner les trafiquants de venin de serpent

first_imgInde : des analyses ADN pour condamner les trafiquants de venin de serpentLe braconnage de serpents pour leur venin est en pleine recrudescence en Inde. Pour lutter contre ce trafic, les autorités reçoivent l’aide de scientifiques pour déterminer si oui ou non le venin provient d’une espèce protégée. Une preuve qui leur permet de condamner les trafiquants.Le trafic de venin serait en hausse dans le pays, selon les autorités indiennes dans le Kerala. La substance rapporte gros mais elle est prélevée en majorité chez les espèces en voie de disparition comme le cobra.  “Le braconnage et le commerce illégal de serpents et autres reptiles est un énorme problème dans l’Asie du sud. Ce sont des animaux convoités pour leur viande et leur peau, et qui sont utilisées dans la médecine traditionnelle”, a expliqué Richard Thomas de l’organisation Trafic. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Une fois prélevé, le venin est alors revendu au marché noir comme drogue. Ainsi, les autorités indiennes ont saisi il y a peu 600 grammes de venin d’une valeur de 300.000 euros. La substance provenait d’un naja, une espèce de cobra chez qui il est particulièrement difficile d’extraire le venin. D’où le prix. Selon Bill Haast, ancien directeur du Serpentarium de Miami cité par, il faut 69.000 prélèvements de venin pour remplir une pinte. Face à l’ampleur qu’a pris le phénomène, les autorités ont donc décidé d’agir mais il est difficile de condamner les trafiquants quand on ignore si le venin vient ou non d’une espèce protégée. Du moins, c’était le cas jusqu’à ce que les scientifiques ne fournissent un coup de pouce.En effet, ceux-ci peuvent déterminer si le venin prélevé provient d’une espèce protégée ou non en comparant les ADN présents dans les échantillons. Ainsi, des prélèvements de venin ont été récemment envoyés au Centre pour la biologie cellulaire et moléculaire d’Hyderabad et ont permis de démontrer que la substance provenait bien d’un cobra indien, espèce protégée. Les contrebandiers mis en cause dans l’affaire ont pu être accusés de chasse illégale et de trafic d’animal protégé. Ils risquent jusqu’à trois ans de prison. Le 15 février 2012 à 18:04 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Webbys Announce Best Magazine Nominees

first_imgThe Webby Awards—the “Internet’s highest honor” according to the New York Times—today announced its nominees for this year’s best magazine Web site.The five candidates in the running for this international award include Interview,, JPG, T Magazine and “The Web is now the dominant force reshaping everything from business to popular culture,” said David-Michel Davies, executive director of The Webby Awards. “We are thrilled to now honor the magazine innovators who are taking the medium in exciting new creative directions.” Each Webby Award category receives two distinct awards: the first presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, a 650-person judging academy with members including David Bowie, Arianna Huffington and Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone, and the other, The Webby People’s Voice Awards, chosen by public online voting beginning today through April 30. Winners will be announced on May 5 and honored on June 8 in a New York City ceremony. A full list of Webby Award nominees can be found here.last_img read more

Two arrested in Juneau for murder in Anchorage cold case from 1995

first_imgAn Anchorage Crime Stoppers tip and DNA led to arrests Wednesday in Juneau for an Anchorage murder case that had gone cold for years.Listen nowA grand jury indicted two Juneau men each on one count of second-degree murder in the death of Jerry Dillivan. Dillivan was 25 when he was killed in 1995.According to online court records, 49-year-old Duwaine Price and 44-year-old Browne Willard III are scheduled for a 1:45 p.m. court hearing in Anchorage. Price and Willard are being held at Lemon Creek Correctional Center and are expected to appear by telephone.The Alaska Department of Law says that on the morning of Nov. 21, 1995, Dillivan was found beaten to death behind a Texaco station near Sixth Avenue and Muldoon Road in Anchorage. A woman found him as she was coming to work and called 911.Price and Willard face a possible sentence of up to 99 years in prison.The Anchorage District Court set bail for each man at $500,000 with additional conditions.last_img read more

Rethinking Water Detention And Development Regulations In Greater Houston

first_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Allison Lee/Houston Public MediaA view of Buffalo Bayou and the Houston skyline. Share X An influential group of policy analysts and researchers has released dual reports that show how water detention and drainage systems in the Houston region should be re-examined based on a more comprehensive analysis of watersheds, and how unchecked development continues to pose flood risks to the region.Houston Matters interviewed Christof Spieler, Project Manager for the Greater Houston Flood Mitigation Consortium, on Tuesday.Water detention regulations were first developed in Greater Houston in the 1980s, and Spieler said this new report shows how those regulations need to be updated based on new “computer technology that helps actually model and simulate runoff.” The water detention report found the old regulations overestimate the runoff from some undeveloped land, “thereby underestimating the detention required to maintain current conditions.”The regulations also use a one-size-fits-all approach for runoff, without accounting for the variety of soils and ecosystems found across the region. The researchers also found that the regulations limit the water runoff rate but not the volume. So as more development takes off in specific areas, the volume of runoff can lead to increased downstream flooding. “All of that put together means that new development upstream of existing neighborhoods,” said Spieler, “can still increase flooding in those neighborhoods even when the present regulations are applied.”One easy changeSpieler said one change that could be applied quickly would be raising the default requirement for detention, but also exercising flexibility so that developers could, in some cases, be able to show proof that so much detention isn’t necessary.Kyle Shelton, co-author of one of the reports and Director of Strategic partnerships at Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research, said regulations should be designed on a regional scale with coordination between cities and counties, to determine what is appropriate land use and development.“If the starting point is how do we protect residents and how do we make sure people aren’t in harm’s way to the best ability that we can,” said Shelton, “we have to keep in mind that’s not always going to align with everyone’s economic goals and maybe even the overarching goals of the region.”You can read the report on water detention and drainage regulations here: 00:00 /10:38 You can read the report on development regulations here: Listenlast_img read more

Books worth Rs 21 cr sold at International Kolkata Book Fair

first_imgKolkata: The 12-day-long International Kolkata Book Fair has registered a record sale of Rs 21 crore, the organisers said. It was Rs 1 crore more than the sales figure at the book fair in 2018, according to data available till Monday evening. Curtains came down on the annual event on Monday. Altogether 23 lakh people had visited the book fair, since its inauguration on January 31. Russia will be the focal theme country of the 44th International Kolkata Book Fair to be held in 2019, the organising body, the Publishers and Book Sellers Guild, said. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata Bose Delegation of writers from Russia had attended the Book Fair and the literature festival in past editions and the two countries share cultural ties, Guild general secretary Tridib Chatterjee said. The next edition of the International Kolkata Book Fair will therefore fittingly make Russia as the theme country which will be in sync with the tradition to name one theme country every year to create awareness about that nation among the people and boost cultural ties, Chatterjee said. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata He was addressing the closing ceremony of the 43rd International Kolkata Book Fair. Guatemala was the theme country of the 43rd International Kolkata Book Fair in 2019. The guild has felicitated a teacher from Chakdah in Nadia district for buying books worth Rs 2.42 lakh from this edition of the book fair as “such people should be brought to the limelight for setting an example for the new generation of book lovers,” Chatterjee said. Four winners of a lottery, held to promote buying of books, were also gifted a designer book shelf each by the organisers. The shelf was filled with books of their choice, worth Rs 1 lakh. Several countries from across the world attended this edition of International Kolkata Book Fair which witnessed participation of authors from Russia, Costa Rica, Spain, Scotland, Australia, Argentina, Bangladesh and Guatemala.last_img read more

Cruise Industry maintains global growth

first_imgSource = ETB News: Jessica Handyside The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) released a new report showing a 77 per cent increase in the demand for cruising around the world over the past decade. Passenger numbers rose from 12 million to 21.3 million.For the first time, the global cruise industry expenditure produced AUD $117 billion in total contributions, generating the employment of more than 890,000 full-time equivalent employees with total wages of over AUD $38 billion.“The cruise industry is truly global, bringing together a diverse mix of international passengers and crew to experience exciting itineraries, multiple destinations, and exceptional holiday value on every continent,” CLIA president and chief executive officer Christine Duffy said.“With so many fun and great value options, it’s not surprising that the popularity of cruise holidays continues to grow. This inaugural study shows that the cruise industry’s growth is also generating increased jobs, income, and revenue in all regions of the world.”According to the report, the Asia Pacific region accounted for 10 per cent of the cruise industry’s global activity (13.5 million bed days), with Australia being the source of almost half of this total (6.6 million bed days) in 2013.CLIA Australasia General Manager Brett Jardine said the new report offered a great summary of the size and value of the cruise industry worldwide as well as additional information on Australia’s contribution.“The figures published today underline that Australia is an integral part of the global cruise industry,” Mr Jardine said.“While we already know that 833,348 Australians cruised worldwide in 2013, this new global report gives us another piece of the picture by showing us that our region is a sought after cruise destination for passengers from all over the world.”The report, carried out independently, is the first to present an overview of the global economic impact of the cruise industry. Commissioned by CLIA from Business Research and Economic Advisers (BREA), The Global Economic Contribution of Cruise Tourism 2013 highlighted the following:21.31 million cruise passengers embarked from ports around the world55 per cent of global passengers originated from North America (11.82 million, with 10.92 million from the United States30 per cent of passengers were sourced from Europe (6.4 million), with 1.73 million from the UK and Ireland, and 1.69 million from GermanySubstantial passenger numbers were also accounted for in Australia (833,000), Brazil (732,000), and China (727,000)The average length of a cruise was seven days, with three or four port callsThe cruise industry generated nearly 115 million passenger and crew visit days at ports around the globe; cruise ship passengers and crew spent an average of AUD $126.93 each port day.CLIA Australasia is due to release a separate report on the economic value of cruising in Australia in the coming weeks.last_img read more

Vietnam Tourism promotes heritage tourism in India

first_imgIndia now has become a very big outbound tourist market, while Vietnam has become a very attractive tourist destination. In order to increase the flow of Indian tourists to Vietnam, Vietnam Embassy in coordination with Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and Vietnamese tourist companies are intensifying promotional activities in India. The Embassy is also committed to make the visa application easiest, fastest and most convenient for the Indian tourists.At a recent event held in New Delhi, a delegation of 15 leading Vietnamese travel agents showcased travel products of their country to the Indian audience. Headed by the Vice-Chairman of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, the Vietnam Tourism pavilion was themed ‘Viet Nam – Land of Heritage’.This promotion event was motivated by the huge potentials for tourism cooperation between the two countries. The two countries had long historical cultural links and are now expanding bilateral strategic partnership, thus creating very favourable conditions for tourist exchanges. Over the last three years, the number of Indian tourists to Vietnam increased more than 300% from 18,000 in 2011 to 55,000 in 2014.last_img read more

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first_img by The Associated Press Posted Nov 22, 2018 8:20 am PDT DETROIT — The late music great Aretha Franklin is being recognized during America’s Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit.Thousands of spectators are lining the three-mile (4.8-kilometre) route in sub-freezing temperatures along Woodward Avenue Thursday morning from Midtown to downtown for the parade’s 92nd year. The event features 26 floats.Franklin’s family members are riding in her honour as the Cass Tech High School marching band performs Franklin’s signature tunes.Sportscaster Jim Nantz serves as grand marshal. Other celebrities include baseball Hall of Famer and former Detroit Tiger pitcher Jack Morris, the Disney Channel’s Sofia Wylie and Olympic snowboarder Kyle Mack.The Yankee Air Museum Rosie the Riveter Tribute Corps also is part of the parade.The event is presented by Art Van and produced by The Parade Company.The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img Thanksgiving parade recognizing music great Aretha Franklinlast_img read more

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Conn. the revelation that Adam had been diagnosed with Aspergers and the horrible irrationality of gunning down 26 strangers at his former elementary school were inevitably linked Anecdotal reports of outbursts by autistic children also surfaced; Liza Long a mother of a 13-year-old with autism wrote on her blog about her own experience with her autistic son; she described her fear of her sons unpredictable and dangerous rages often involving a knife in an effort to highlight the need to address mental-health shortcomings in the US Calls to Autism Speaks spiked by 130% in the days and weeks after the Newtown tragedy from worried parents of autistic children who feared that their children might be discriminated against feared or isolated because of the shootings (MORE: 7 Revelations From the New Report on the Sandy Hook School Massacre) But if such violence isnt generally associated with autism then what could have driven Adam to commit mass murder People with autism often suffer from other mental illnesses as well most commonly anxiety or depression Problems with sleep can also exacerbate their symptoms and sense of frustration "Aspergers makes people unusual but it doesnt make people like this" Peter said in the New Yorker "I was thinking it could mask schizophrenia" Almost every major mental illness tends to be slightly more common in autism as well as in other developmental disorders but Elder points out that "in many cases in which people commit violent acts they arent diagnosed with a mental illness and we dont know what drives these people to do these things" While they may co-exist diagnosing other mental illnesses in people with autism is challenging "There are some individuals with [autism-spectrum disorders] that meet full criteria for a specific psychiatric disorder as well However psychiatric illnesses can also be mistakenly overdiagnosed in this population" says Roya Ostovar assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and director of the Center for Neurodevelopmental Services at McLean Hospital "Some of the symptoms of psychiatric disorders can overlap with autism" (MORE: A Different Ending to My Adam Lanza Story) Peters hunch that other mental-health issues plagued his son comes from the fact that what distinguished Adams act was its planned execution something unusual in the rare occasions of violence associated with autism According to authorities Adam demolished one of his computer hard drives and left pictures of himself with a gun to his head along with a spreadsheet on mass murder In the months leading up to the shooting he was increasingly unstable having what his mother called "bad days" over his frustration in passing courses he was taking at Western Connecticut State University for high school credit He was skipping classes and going instead to play Dance Dance Revolution and having more frequent crying breakdowns isolating himself in his room and refusing to engage with his mother or anyone else According to Peters account after a bad reaction to Lexapro Adam had also stopped taking medication to control his symptoms Its also unclear whether he was getting any behavioral therapy which research shows can alleviate some of the tension and anxiety surrounding difficult social situations and encounters Nancy had home-schooled Adam since the eighth grade further keeping him cocooned in his own world (MORE: A Look Inside the World of Adam Lanza) Leaving autism symptoms unaddressed can snowball say experts magnifying the social difficulties and intensifying frustrations The behavioral problems obsessions with what seem like logical and reasonable rituals but are actually pathological only become more ingrained making frustration and anxiety more likely and more painful Did the intensity of that psychic pain drive Adam to his final heinous acts The Connecticut states attorney report on the incident included a potentially ominous hint about Adams increasingly dangerous mental state When Nancy asked if he would feel sad if anything were to happen to her Adam said "no" And while research on autism shows that the condition is associated with an inability to understand what empathy and emotions are its not often linked to the shutting down of emotions that accompanies some psychoses Whatever was eating at Adam in the months before that December day in 2012 whether it was autism that wasnt appropriately treated or some other mental illness entirely there were few outward signs that it would lead to such a violently tragic end But his case will likely become part of much-needed research on autism and how it affects our children our families and our society Contact us at editors@timecomOne of the richest men in Russia Alisher Usmanov has come forward as the anonymous buyer of James Watson’s Nobel medal which was sold for more than $4 million at an auction at Christie’s in New York last week Usmanov who is worth an estimated $159 billion has now revealed he will return the piece to Watson who shared the 1962 Nobel prize in medicine for discovering the structure of DNA alongside Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins This was the first time a living recipient of the Nobel Prize has sold their medal Watson told the Financial Times in November that he had been spurned by the scientific community and made to feel like an “unperson” since he gave an interview in 2007 in which he suggested that black people were inherently less intelligent than white people Watson has said he needs the money but would also give some of the proceeds to different research institutions and charities and that he hopes to re-enter public life as a result “A situation in which an outstanding scientist sells a medal recognizing his achievements is unacceptable” Usmanov said in a statement “It is important for me that the money that I spent on this medal will go to supporting scientific research” Usmanov added “and the medal will stay with the person who deserved it” Read more: The mortification of James Watson Write to Naina Bajekal at nainabajekal@timecom yesterday claimed that herdsmen burnt his 20 hectares of orange plantation claims he was stopped and arrested for a DUI in the early hours of this morning in a house with a hole torn by bombs John Moore—Getty Images Mexicans enjoy a late afternoon near the U but Oliver wants everyone to know that those naked people did not win “That was the view of Joe Biden who was the chairman of the Judiciary committee in 1992"I never foresaw a problemWagner was admitted to the hospital and was expected to recover Man shot by police pic A third person has also been taken to hospital John Lewis I think the gun violence – it’s a tragedy what we’ve seen yesterdayThe committee also asked Justice Salami to withdraw all the cases he has instituted in court against the judiciary as part of the reconciliation being sought in the judiciary The decision of the sub-committee was upheld by the 29- member stakeholders’ Judicial Reform Committee The 29-Member of the committee include: former CJNs SMA Belgore Idris L Kutigi and AI Katsina-Alu Mamman Nasir (former PCA) AG Karibi-Whyte Mustapha Akanbi Umaru Abdullahi (former PCA) Kayode Eso (rtd JSC) Umaru A Kalgo (rtd JSC) and Rose N Ukeje (former CJ Federal High Court) Others are: Justice RPI Bozimo (former Chief Judge Delta State) Justice Lawal Hassan Gummi (Chief Judge FCT) Joseph Daudu SAN (NBA President) Chief Richard O Akinjide SAN (former A-GF) Alhaji Abdullahi Ibrahim (SAN) (former A-GF) Dr AGF AbdulRazak (SAN) and Anthony O Mogboh SAN There are also former NBA Presidents TJO Okpoko Wole Olanipekun (SAN) OCJ Okocha (SAN) Olisa Agbakoba (SAN) Oluwarotimi O Akeredolu (SAN) and Prince Lanke Odogiyan Other members are Hajiya Hairat Balogun Prof Epiphany Azinge (SAN) (Director-General National Institute of Advanced Legal Studies NIALS) Dr Mamman Tahir (Director-General Nigerian Law School) and Mr AB Mahmud (SAN)Former Governor of Kano Rabiu Kwankwaso has hailed the sack of Lawal Daura former Director General of the Department of State Services (DSS) Daura was fired over the Tuesday’s siege at the National Assembly The presidency has since replaced him with Matthew Seiyefa the most senior director in the agency Speaking to DAILY POST through Comrade Aminu Abdulsalam his Senior Legislative Aide (SLA) Kwankwaso said Daura’s sack was in order “It was the right thing to be done What they did was a coup” he said “You cannot storm the National Assembly in that manner…with operatives masking their faces It was like a commando operation as if they were in Sambisa forest” Asked what Senators opposed to the impeachment of Senate President Bukola Saraki and his deputy Ike Ekweremadu were doing to stop the move Abdulsalam said the lawmakers were on alert “Yes they are all on alert very vigilant The entire world is looking and watching what is happening “The international country are interest in Nigeria because they know that anything that happens here will have effect on the West Africa region and the continent” Earlier Kwankwaso revealed that All Progressives Congress (APC) national chairman Adams Oshiomhole gave an ultimatum for the impeachment of Saraki and Ekweremadu The former Defence Minister also indicted the presidency and security agencies APC Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi that the cause of the current fuel scarcity is because the economy has improved so much that more Nigerians are buying cars where they could pose a threat to people and pets Officials estimate that only 200 snakes still exist in the state while Joshi flew to a smooth 64 with nine birdies and a bogey I made a bad bogey on 13th where I was just in the rough After recently declaring that he and Tay are “not a publicity stunt are you convinced yet MNyou sold peppers forcing his pickup through a fence and causing it to get stuck near the Backwater Bridge just north of the main protest campHe said there was a new "culture of accountability" at the VA and that disciplinary 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court documents the charge related to Carrier obtaining a loan from the FSA and then selling his cattle and ranch equipment that was collateral on the loan Rather than paying the FSA loan as required after the sale of the collateral Carrier used the proceeds to pay other debts and purchase personal itemsCarrier never made a payment on the FSA loan said the documents The case was prosecuted by the South Dakota US Attorney’s office and investigated by the US Department of Agriculture’s Office of Inspector GeneralCarrier was charged last April and entered his guilty play in NovemberYoud think that as the weather cools down we in the UK are safe from insects as they tend to piss off when its raining and cold but you are dead wrong because theres a massive influx of ladybirds on its way and theyve got STDs Of course they have Harlequin ladybirds usually live in Asia and North America but they like the UK in autumn because of its mild weather apparently Loads of people have already taken to Twitter to share photos of their ladybird invasion in recent days and it appears to show no sign of slowing downvia GIPHY I dont like insects even when theyre not riddled with STDs so theres nothing down for these little buggers if they end up my house However if you do find any try not to worry too much The disease they carry laboulbeniales is a form of fungus which they pass to each other via sex – dirty birdies – or from huddling close together Its not known what damage it actually does to the ladybirds who catch it but it causes long yellow growths on the bugs and could shorten their life spans or have a negative effect on the number of eggs a female can produce according to the Ladybird Survery UK via GIPHY But it cant be passed on to people and is in no way harmful to us It could be slightly more worrying news for our native ladybirds though it can infect them and theyve already got enough on their plates having to deal with habitat loss And if infecting them with STDs isnt bad enough the harlequin ladybird has also been known to eat smaller ladybirds Scientists are concerned that these non-native ladybirds are playing havoc with the numbers of the UK indigenous ones In fact since these bad boys rocked up in 2004 conservation experts have noticed at 30 percent drop in the two-spotted ladybirdCredit: PAThe harlequin ladybird comes in a variety of colours and its markings can be red orange or yellow according to the Mirror Theyre also bigger than the UKs native species And if there is a group of them together they can give off a chemical smell which sounds unpleasant; they can also stain furniture or clothes but if you do find one its best to use a glass and a piece of card to remove it from your house rather than killing it because thats bad karma and no one needs that Sources: The Ladybird Survey UK; The Mirror Featured Image Credit: M Shattock/Flickr Topics: Uk newsJack Kay had camped on the road leading to his ranch in a high desert spotted with sagebrush 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