Rabat – On Monday, February 26, the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) drafted a penalty against Raja team supporters for pandemonium during the Raja-KACM football match on February 25.Raja defeated KACM by 3-0 during Sunday’s “Botola-Maroc Telecom” for 2016-2017 season, but the triumph did not end well.Supporters of the green team, Raja, started a vehement diatribe with the supporters of the red team, KACM, which resulted in considerable material and financial loss for Marrakech Football stadium. The disciplinary committee of Royal Moroccan Football Federation decided to penalize Raja team supporters for vandalizing the stadium and throwing chairs at other spectators and law enforcement agents, which resulted in 14 injured, according to an announcement by the Crown Prosecutor Mohamed Abd Nabaoui, as reported by Akhbar Alyaoum.FRMF fined the Raja club MAD 50,000 and restricted Raja supporters from attending two upcoming matches.65 supporters of the green team were charged with “vandalism acts” and will face trial.
In a statement issued today by his spokesperson in New York, Mr. Ban welcomed the direct talks between Afghan Government and Taliban representatives, which were held yesterday in Pakistan. “[The Secretary-General] reiterates his support for an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process. He expresses his appreciation for the commitment of the parties and the constructive role of the host, Pakistan,” said the statement. In a separate news release, Mr. Haysom, who is also head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) also welcomed direct talks and urged both parties to move towards reconciliation and peace. Recalling that at last month’s briefing to the UN Security Council he had specifically urged direct talks between the parties, Mr. Haysom reiterated the Afghan people’s desire to end the pervasive violence affecting every aspect of their lives. “In the long term, peace is not a luxury, it is a necessity,” Haysom said. “I welcome the direct face-to-face engagement by the parties as the only way to achieving progress towards a negotiated agreement and ultimately the peace that Afghanistan deserves.” Noting the importance of acknowledging the talks as the beginning of what could be a long and challenging process, Mr. Haysom expressed his appreciation to the parties for taking this significant first step and to the Government of Pakistan for hosting the meeting. These talks should be recognized as the outcome of the recent concerted efforts at rebuilding relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
LUBBOCK, Texas — Texas Tech started its introductory news conference for coach Matt Wells as the Big 12 Conference championship game kicked off on Saturday.Athletic director Kirby Hocutt used the timing to make a point.“We expect to be kicking off in Arlington, Texas, at the Big 12 Conference championship football game,” Hocutt said. “We’re not there today, but we’re going to get there, and we’re going to get there together. And we’re going to get there because we’ve got the leader behind me to show us the path.”Wells is familiar with the tools the explosive Tech offence has and believes the Red Raiders can make a jump quickly from this season’s 5-7 finish. Tech averaged 37.3 points per game in league play despite constant injury issues at quarterback.“The current talent on the team — this is a reload, not a rebuild,” Wells said. “There’s guys here that can play. These guys deserve the chance to win right now.”Wells’ coaching career started at Navy from 1997-01. He went to Tulsa (2002-06), New Mexico (2007-08, 2010) and Louisville (2009) before joining Gary Andersen’s staff at Utah State in 2011.Wells was elevated to head coach at his alma mater in 2013. He had a 44-34 record in six seasons at Utah State. The Aggies are 10-2 this year and headed to their fifth bowl in that span, and Wells was voted Mountain West Conference coach of the year for the second time. He was Utah State’s offensive co-ordinator in 2012, when the school won a program-best 11 games.The 45-year-old Wells said the decision to leave Utah State was difficult, but Texas Tech sold him on the chance to do something big.“It was a tough, and to be honest, a tough and emotional decision for me and a lot of that is because that was my school and I was an alumni there,” he said. “And I knew it would take somewhere special. Somewhere with a vision to where they wanted to go and how they wanted to go.”Wells replaced Kliff Kingsbury, who was fired after his third consecutive losing season. Kingsbury, a former star quarterback at Texas Tech, was 35-40 overall in six seasons.University President Lawrence Schovanec said Hocutt did a good job of finding the right person. He said the school was looking for someone with good character, integrity, class and a proven commitment to developing complete young men athletically and academically.“These standards are the characteristics of all of our athletics programs,” Schovanec said. “They are the qualities that resonate with Texas Tech University, with our culture, and that of all Red Raiders out there. Kirby, I want to thank you and congratulate you for bringing to Texas Tech University a person who meets every one of these expectations.”Things might not change much at Tech on offence. Utah State ranks third nationally with 47.2 points a game.The key might be getting Tech to play defence like Utah State. The Aggies have allowed at least 30 points only three times. They have an NCAA-best 18 interceptions, have recovered 10 fumbles and their plus-11 turnover margin is among the best in the country.___More AP college football: https://apnews.com/tag/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25The Associated Press
Public servants hoping for a bonus this Christmas will be left disappointed, as Finance Minister Winston Jordan on Friday ruled out any bonus pay-out to State workers due to limited fiscal space.Finance Minister Winston JordanIn his revelation to the media, Jordan explained that countrywide infrastructure projects are ongoing. As such, he argued that because of these projects, money is being circulated back into the economy.“I can tell you that it will not happen this year,” the Minister said when asked about bonus for public servants. “The challenges are many and the resources are few.”In the absence of a bonus, Jordan explained that public servants still had much to be proud of as he pointed to the ongoing projects such as on the East Coast of Demerara (ECD) and the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) expansion project.“The West Demerara road is close to completion. So there has been a hive of activity across the country. A lot of spending is taking place, so if only because of that, people should be happy because a lot of money is being injected into the economy,” Jordan said.Last year, public servants had waited with bated breath to hear if Government would announce a month tax-free bonus but were instead treated to a reduced amount.He later told reporters last year that Government simply did not have the monies available to make the one-month tax-free payment to members of the public service.The Minister in providing some insight on Government’s proposal to reform the public service through its public servants, pointed to comprehensive institutionalisation of the tenets of results-based management. He pointed too to the recently opened public service college and its role in revitalising workers. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGAWU to Govt: Cut down on unnecessary spending and give public servants a bonusNovember 22, 2017In “latest news”Public servants left in the coldDecember 20, 2016In “latest news”5% & 10% increases for public servants; minimum wage, pensions increasedAugust 10, 2015In “Politics”
HC Meshkov Brest are the new-old champions of Belarus! Team of Sergei Bebeshko convincingly won Play-Off Final series against the biggest domestic rival SKA Minsk with 3:0. After away win on the start 32:30, Atman and Co. beat the rivals from the Minsk twice in Meshkov – 34:28 and 27:26 to secure eighth domestic Championship trophy in the club’s history.That means Meshkov will play at the VELUX EHF Champions League once again – the third year in a row. Belarus handballMeshkov BrestSKA Minsk ← Previous Story European Beach Handball Tour: Chardash & Greek-Brasilian triumph Next Story → Vive Tauron Kielce win double crown in Poland
PHOTOGRAPHER CONOR LEDWITH spotted this stunning murmuration of starlings in Galway at sunset last night.If you look closely, you can also see Venus appearing to shine brightly on the right hand side of the pic.Conor said seeing the birds was “a kind of David Attenborough moment”.“It was a really special event watch them, especially when they went over my head and the noise of thousands of beating wings,” he said. “Definitely one of nature’s wonders”.Gorgeous.(Pic: Conor Ledwith Photography on Facebook) Got a great photo? Send it our way: email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Read: Beautiful murmuration of starlings causes power outages in village > Photo: Rainbow over Dublin Pic of the Day >
FIVE PEOPLE HAVE died and more than a dozen others are in serious condition at a retirement home in the south of France following a case of suspected food poisoning. Some 22 people at the privately operated Cheneraie residence in Lherm, a town south of Toulouse began showing symptoms including vomiting after dinner on Sunday, police said. Four deaths were initially announced by officials, and a source close to the investigation later told AFP that a fifth person had died.The victims — four women and a man — were aged between 72 and 95.The grand-daughter of one woman who died, aged 95, said she had been served a Perigord salad, a regional speciality that includes duck, ham and foie gras, a duck liver pate.Toulouse prosecutor Dominique Alzeari said 19 of the 82 residents remained under supervision, 16 of whom were in very poor condition although their lives were not thought to be in danger.Alzeari said investigations into apparent cases of “involuntary homicide and unintentional injury” would be lengthy, and underscored the “serious” nature of the affair.The meals involved have been kept for analysis, the regional health agency said, and residents were being questioned about what they ate.The management company Korian, which runs the home that opened in 2006 under licence from the French government, said in a statement that it “produces meals on site with its own kitchen teams”.But the son of one of the women who died told reporters he had learned from the home’s doctor that the meal concerned had been delivered from elsewhere.Shock“I am very angry. It is unacceptable,” said Alain Lepeyre, noting his family paid “close to €3,000 a month” for the home to look after his mother, who suffered from Alzheimer’s. Marie, who rushed to check on her father, who was not affected, choked up as she recounted how “he was in shock, he collapsed when he saw me”.“He was crying,” she added, explaining he became aware of what happened after watching television in his room.Korian says it runs the largest network of retirement homes in Europe, with more than 800 sites in five countries, representing 78,000 beds.In January, the company announced its acquisition of the retirement home from Omega, a French group that operates 12 homes in France.“We learned yesterday of these four deaths and illnesses, and that there is suspected food poisoning, with an investigation and analyses under way, and we won’t have any comment while awaiting the results,” Korian said in a statement.“If food poisoning is determined, this situation nonetheless remains quite rare in a sector that is subject to strict oversight in terms of food security,” the AD-PA association of retirement home directors said.“We suspect food poisoning because these events occurred after the meal,” deputy prosecutor Marie-Paule Demiguel told BFM television, adding that kitchens at the residence would also be investigated.On the Paris stock market, Korian shares slumped more than 7% at one stage on Monday before recovering slightly.- © AFP 2019 By AFP Apr 3rd 2019, 10:50 AM 23,013 Views Five people dead at retirement home in France after reportedly falling ill from eating duck salad The five individuals are aged between 76 and 95 years old. 13 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Wednesday 3 Apr 2019, 10:50 AM https://jrnl.ie/4574330 Short URL Image: Shutterstock/P-Kheawtasang Share167 Tweet Email3 Image: Shutterstock/P-Kheawtasang
35,074 Views Image: MAXWELL TONY Thursday 21 Jun 2018, 1:09 PM Image: MAXWELL TONY As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: ‘Ireland stands at the heart of Europe’ – Juncker tells Dáil EU is behind Ireland Juncker today held a meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. https://jrnl.ie/4083625 Jun 21st 2018, 1:09 PM Share58 Tweet Email2 By Paul Hosford EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRESIDENT Jean Claude Juncker has said that Europe stands behind Ireland as Brexit negotiations reach a pivotal point.Juncker today held a meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.The meeting comes as both the Taoiseach and Tánaiste Simon Coveney called for more haste in Brexit negotiations.Coveney this morning told RTÉ’s Morning Ireland that without a deal on the Irish border, the UK will struggle to leave the EU smoothly.“Let’s be very clear, there will be no withdrawal agreement, no transition agreement and no managed Brexit if the British government do not follow through on their clear commitments in writing to Ireland and the whole EU.“We had asked for and looked for significant progress in June. The British government have been unable to deliver on that.”That stance was echoed by Leo Varadkar, who spoke alongside Juncker at Government Buildings today.He said:“There is an urgent need to intensify our efforts if we are to get there. We expect the UK to honour their commitments on the backstop in full.”Juncker, both at the press briefing and a later address to the Dáil, reiterated Europe’s commitment to Ireland in the Brexit negotiations.“We wanted to make it clear again and again that Ireland is not alone. We have Ireland backed by 26 member states and by the Commission – this will not change. I am strongly against any temptation to try to isolate Ireland and not to conclude a deal on Ireland. Ireland has to be part of the deal.”Speaking in the Dáil, he said:“Ireland will come first. There are those that think the other 26 countries will abandon Ireland for a deal that suits them.“Ireland’s border is Europe’s border and it is our priority.“Two years ago this week, the British people made a sovereign decision to leave our Union. I wish they had made a different one. But it is their decision and I respect it fully.“However, other member states, and Ireland in particular, should not pay the price for that choice. This is why when it comes to Brexit, I have always said that it is a case of “Ireland first”.“Ireland stands at the heart of Europe.” 116 Comments Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
With its contract set to expire Sept. 30, American Medical Response received a two-year extension Tuesday to provide ambulance service in Clark County.The extension was approved 2-1 by the Clark County commissioners, who were acting in their role as the Emergency Services Medical District 2 board.The vote had been twice delayed as commissioners encouraged AMR to whittle down the recommended increases to the average patient charge.Initially, AMR, which provides ambulance service to the county with the exception of Camas-Washougal and north county, estimated it would have to increase patient charges by 20 percent to account for revenue losses due to a growing population of uninsured and underinsured patients.AMR doesn’t get any public money for its service, instead earning its profits from billings.Under the contract approved Tuesday, patients will pay a 5 percent increase. The average patient charge will increase from $753 to $795, according to information supplied by Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency. Insured patients will pay an additional $8 co-pay and uninsured patients will pay an additional $34.AMR transports approximately 4,000 people a year in Clark County to local hospitals. In 2009, 3,050 patients were insured and 712 patients were uninsured.Terms changedThe fee increase was knocked down from 20 to 5 percent by changing a few terms of AMR’s contract. For example, response times will be rolled back to 2004 standards (an extra minute in suburban areas, two extra minutes in rural areas) and the county reduced the administrative fee that AMR pays for the contract.Commissioners Marc Boldt and Steve Stuart approved the contract extension, while Commissioner Tom Mielke voted no.Mielke said he didn’t want to support any fee increase.“It’s just a tough time right now,” Mielke said.But Boldt and Stuart acknowledged that it’s through no fault of AMR that a growing number of people are uninsured or underinsured or that the reimbursement rate from Medicaid has decreased. Between 2000 and 2009, the number of uninsured patients grew from 14 percent to 20 percent, according to CRESA. Patients on Medicare now account for 35 percent of patients, up from 17 percent of patients in 2000. “If we don’t move forward with this, the taxpayers will pay more,” Stuart said. “This small fee increase that affects one percent of the population will save money for 99 percent of the population.”Had the commissioners allowed the contract to expire, there would have been an open market for ambulance service in the county, which likely would have been more expensive.
The crew arrived on scene and were able to bring them man onboard their response vessel. He was transported to a nearby pier where local emergency medical service personnel were waiting. Story as aired: Audio PlayerJennifer-on-valdez-rescue.mp3VmJennifer-on-valdez-rescue.mp300:00RPd Station Valdez watchstanders received the call at 2 p.m., on Sunday, from a good samaritan regarding the man sitting on top of an overturned kayak approximately 50-yards from station Valdez. The man was transported to Valdez Medical Center where he was treated for symptoms of hypothermia, according to a press release from the Coast Guard. Petty Officer 3rd Class Jacob Gunderson, a member of the station Valdez: “Situation such as this one remind us why boating safety is critical, especially in Alaskan water, no matter the size of the vessel involved.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A Coast Guard crew out of Valdez rescued a 50-year old man over the weekend when his kayak overturned near Valdez on Sunday.
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Update 10:30pm: The Sterling Highway is now open with pilot cars between the Y at the intersection of the Sterling Highway and the Seward Highway, and milepost 71 at Watson Lake. Crews are working around the area of Slaughter Gulch were fire and smoke activity increased throughout the evening. Currently there are three helicopters working in that area. It’s too smokey for fixed wing to fly. Air attack is up trying to get eyes on the fire. This is not a notice to leave, but those Cooper Landing residents that choose to leave should head to Anchorage or Seward. Update: 10pm: Cooper Landing is in a SET status because of fire activity. The fire has crossed Resurrection Trail and is near Slaughter and Slate Creeks, about two miles from Cooper Landing. Tim Jones, Public Information Officer with the Great Basin Incident Management Team: “Updating that we have helicopters in the air, engines, and over 100 firefighters north of Cooper Landing on the north side of the highway.” Helicopters flew the fire tonight to look at it and they feel things have calmed down. There is a good plan in place to protect the community. The READY and SET lines line will be altered a bit for tomorrow. Cooper Landing is now in a SET status. Residents should be SET to evacuate. Residents are advised to gather their “go kit.” Stay informed and be ready to evacuate if the situation warrants. People who would require additional time or assistance to evacuate may want to consider leaving the area now.This is a dynamic situation and the status of the Sterling Highway can change at any time. For the latest information, visit kpboem.com and on Facebook at KPB Alerts. According to KPBSD, school is cancelled for Cooper Landing School on Tuesday. Firefighters and heavy equipment are working to reinforce firelines along Slaughter Creek Road. These lines tie into a previously constructed fuel break. Fire managers are working on a plan to bring in aircraft and other resources as early as possible Tuesday morning to protect Cooper Landing. Continued updates will be posted as they are made available. Brenda Ahlberg with the Borough Office of Emergency Management: “Those who choose to leave have the opportunity to go to Seward or Anchorage. There will be a shelter ready at Seward High School. If you do choose to leave your home we ask that you take a pillow case and tie it to a tree or a visible marker near their driveway that they’ve left.” There is an additional shelter being setup at the Soldotna Regional Sports. Large animals can be transported to the rodeo grounds. Swiftwater and Centennial Park campgrounds are also open for displaced residents in Soldotna. Cooper Landing residents remain at Level 2 SET, meaning they should be ready to go but are NOT evacuated. They will likely remain at SET status for awhile. The shelter at Seward High School will remain open tonight if you need a place to stay. All drivers near milepost 71 (Watson Lake) should turn around and head back to Soldotna. Do not proceed toward the Seward Highway. Listen to KSRM at 920 AM or 105.3 FM for updates Original Post: 9pm: The Sterling Highway is now closed at the Y at the intersection of the Sterling Highway and the Seward Highway to allow people choosing to evacuate Cooper Landing to drive through. Cooper Landing has been moved from ‘Ready’ to ‘SET’ status.The Great Basin Incident Management Team which is managing the fire, in coordination with the Kenai Peninsula Borough Office of Emergency Management, has made the change in the evacuation alert to LEVEL 2 (SET) in all areas of Cooper Landing MP 46-54. Failed to fetch Error: URL to the PDF file must be on exactly the same domain as the current web page. Click here for more info The fire is not an immediate threat to Cooper Landing at this time but weather is expected to be the same tomorrow. There will be firefighters out on the line tonight and 12 engines staying at the community center if they are needed.
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5 days ago From BJP headquarters, Arun Jaitley’s mortal remains will be taken to the Nigambodh Ghat for the last rites. 5 days ago Former Union minister Arun Jaitley’s mortal remains will be taken to the BJP headquarters on Sunday morning. 6 days ago Congress leader Rahul Gandhi condoles the death of former finance minister Arun JaitleyI am sorry to hear about Mr Arun Jaitley’s passing. My condolences to his family and friends. May he rest in peace.— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) August 24, 2019 6 days ago Home Minister Amit Shah pays tributes to former finance minister Arun Jaitley at the latter’s Delhi residence.With a heavy heart, paid tributes to Arun Jaitley ji. Offered my condolences to his family. pic.twitter.com/AJYmYackRc— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) August 24, 2019 6 days ago Veteran BJP leader LK Advani leaves after paying tributes to former finance minister Arun Jaitley 6 days ago Rajnath Singh pays tributes to Arun JaitleyPaid my last respects to Arun Jaitley ji. Om Shanti! pic.twitter.com/jRSfMhx7aG— Rajnath Singh (@rajnathsingh) August 24, 2019 LOAD MORE 5 days ago Former Union ,inister and BJP leader, Arun Jaitley cremated with full state honours at Nigambodh Ghat. 5 days ago Leaders across party lines gather at Nigambodh Ghat 5 days ago Former Delhi Lt Gov Najeeb Jung, former minister Prakash Javdekar, Union minister Smriti Irani are among the many who have arrived at the Nigambodh Ghat. BJP leaders Gautam Gambhir, BS Yediyurappa, Nirmala Sitharaman, Rajnath Singh, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu along with opposition leaders Sharad Pawar and others have also arrived at the Nigambodh Ghat. 5 days ago Vice-president M Venkaiah Naidu, defence minister Rajnath Singh and Union home minister Amit Shah, at Nigambodh Ghat. 5 days ago Mortal remains of former Union minister and BJP leader Arun Jaitley to be cremated with full state honours. 5 days ago Cavalcade carrying Arun Jaitley’s mortal remains reaches Nigambodh ghat. Top leaders from across party lines are present for the BJP veteran’s last rites. 5 days ago A large crowd gathered outside the BJP headquarters here on Sunday for a last glimpse of former finance minister and BJP leader Arun Jaitley as his body was taken to Nigambodh Ghat for cremation. The cremation will take place at 2.30pm. 5 days ago Arun Jaitley’s mortal remains being taken to Nigambodh GhatDelhi: Mortal remains of former Union Minister and BJP leader #ArunJaitley being taken to Nigambodh Ghat where the cremation will take place. pic.twitter.com/w9XFaC1dWt— ANI (@ANI) August 25, 2019 5 days ago Delhi: Mortal remains of Former Union Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party leader (BJP) #ArunJaitley being taken to BJP headquarters. pic.twitter.com/kJ1DOFqU4t— ANI (@ANI) August 25, 2019 Add 24liveblog to your site Start View Liveblog 5 days ago Defence minister Rajnath Singh pays tributesDelhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh pays tributes to former Union Minister #ArunJaitley, at party headquarters. pic.twitter.com/0td6768qvE— ANI (@ANI) August 25, 2019 5 days ago Mortal remains of former Union minister and BJP leader Arun Jaitley being taken to Nigambodh Ghat where the cremation will take place. 5 days ago Jammu & Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik paid last respects to former Union minister and BJP leader Arun Jaitley at BJP headquarters 5 days ago The mortal remains of Arun Jaitley will be taken to the Nigambodh Ghat on the banks of the Yamuna river for performing the last rites around 2.30pm with full State honours. A flower-decked gun carriage will carry the mortal remains from the BJP office to the cremation site. 5 days ago Leaders pay last respects to Jaitley at BJP HQDelhi: Union Ministers Harsh Vardhan and Piyush Goyal and Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das pay last respects to Former Union Minister and BJP leader #ArunJaitley at BJP headquarters. pic.twitter.com/oaosUCLbG9— ANI (@ANI) August 25, 2019 Former Union minister and BJP stalwart Arun Jaitley passed away at the age of 66 on Saturday after suffering from a prolonged illness. Arun Jaitley’s funeral will be performed at the Nigambodh Ghat later in the afternoon. The mortal remains will be kept at the BJP headquarters till around 2 pm for party workers and mourners to pay their last respects. Also Read – Shah urges women to shun plastic bags Advertise With Us Arun Jaitley funeral live updates: ↓ Last Updated 5 days ago
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) seal is pictured on a gate outside the RBI headquarters in Mumbai, India, February 2, 2016.Reuters fileThe Reserve Bank of India has sent the second list of over 40 large corporate defaulters that include Videocon, JP Associates, IVRCL, JSPL and Visa Steel, among others, to be referred to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), reported CNBC-TV18 on Tuesday, quoting sources.Financial daily Economic Times had said on Monday that the central bank was likely to advise the lenders to haul these companies to the NCLT for bankruptcy proceedings.”One should not think that just the first set of companies that have been identified alone are the problem. There is problem certainly down the line also,” R Gandhi, Former Deputy Governor, RBI, told television channel ETNow.Financial website Moneycontrol.com said that some other loan defaulting companies — Uttam Galva, Castex, Jayswal Neco, Ruchi Soya, Nagarjuna Oil & Orchid Chemicals, East Coast Energy, SEL Manufacturing, Soma Enterprises, Asian Colour, Ispat Coated and Unity Infraprojects — are among the fresh list identified by the central bank to be referred to the NCLT under the newly enacted Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) 2016.CNBC -TV18 had reported that these companies would be sent to NCLT if the debt issue is not resolved by mid-December and the list is likely to be released in September.Economic Times noted that most of the companies on the list are from the infrastructure and power sectors. It said that when contacted for a reaction, JSPL told ETNow: “As a policy, we don’t respond to speculative queries.”In each case, the debt level varies between Rs 3,000 crore and Rs 50,000 crore. Queries ETNow sent to Uttam Galva and Videocon did not extract any response immediately, the Economic Times reported.R Gandhi told ET Now that these companies were definitely put on alert when RBI announced the first list of accounts, which should be taken to the IBC. At that time, the banks and these accounts should have resolved their cases. Since voluntarily resolution has not been forthcoming, it has to be taken for compulsorily through the legal process, Gandhi said.The total defaulter list may have 35-40 accounts and State Bank of India alone gets a list of 25-26 accounts, CNBC-TV18 sources added.In June, an internal advisory committee of the central bank had identified the first batch of 12 accounts of corporate borrowers for insolvency proceedings under the IBC 2016.Each of these companies owed over Rs 5,000 crore with a total involvement of around Rs 1,75,000 crore, accounting for up to 25 per cent of the current gross non-performing assets in the banking system.According to a Moneycontrol.com report other companies on the list include Visa Steel, Ruchi Soya, Unity Infra, SEL Manufacturing, Monnet Power, Orchid Chemicals, Shakti Bhog, Nagarjuna Oil, Jai Balaji Ind, Some Enterprise, Videocon Tele and Essar Projects among others.In June, the central bank had identified 12 large stressed accounts to be taken to the NCLT. Each of these companies owed over Rs 5,000 crore with a total of around Rs 1,75,000 crore, accounting for 25 percent of the bad loans in the Indian banking system.
Road AccidentA motorcyclist and a pillion rider were killed after a truck hit a motorcycle on the Rajshahi-Chapainawabganj road in Godagari upazila early Thursday, reports UNB.The deceased are identified as Samad, 40, and Alam, 35, of Bidirpur Gongka village in Chapainawabganj sadar upazila.Jahangir Alam, officer-in-charge of Godagari police station, said the accident took place around 12:30am near Godagari Hospital intersection.A goods-laden truck hit the motorbike, killing Alam on the spot and injuring Samad. He was taken to a local hospital where physicians pronounced him dead.The duo was returning home, the OC said.
Volkswagen announces ‘Temporary Auto Pilot’ with advanced features The video message was that the car was capable of driving on its own in certain circumstances but the driver is the one responsible, and the driver must be able to take over the driving task at all times. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. “The car adheres to all traffic laws,” assured the moderator. With the CDC system, the car can brake, accelerate and pass other vehicles while analyzing the traffic conditions. This BMW system uses radar, cameras, laser scanners, and ultrasound distance sensors to get the information it needs.According to BMW the system can also steer the car to pass a slower vehicle. If the car senses there’s a slow mover in front of it, it will search for an open lane where it can safely merge, pass the slow car, and return to the original lane. “Our main challenge was to develop algorithms that can handle entirely new situations. In principle, the system works on all freeways that we have mapped out beforehand with [a] centimeter accuracy,” said Nico Kaempchen, project manager of Highly Automated Driving. at BMW Group Research and Technology. This is no out of the box prototype destined for car showrooms in 2013, however. The video, with its cautious comments about driverless driving and a needed driver, is nowhere near showoff mode as to how the driver can just leave the driving to the vehicle tomorrow. The Autobahn feat was to show a system that might be available ten to 15 years from now, or, as the BMW put it, a “technology study” for use in advancing existing technologies.Overall, the European vendor approach in self-driving cars is not an aggressive play for headlines but rather a promotion of “driver-assistance” technologies that will incrementally lead to more and more driving automation.Driverless technology, say industry observers, will first show its face as a luxury option for high end cars before settling into the mainstream marketplace.Auto makers are selling cars with adaptive cruise control which applies the brakes during highway driving if traffic slows. BMW, according to Technology Review, will work on that kind of capability in its upcoming i3 series of electric cars. The company will offer a “traffic-jam feature” that allows the car to speed up, slow down, and steer on its own at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour, as long as the driver leaves a hand on the wheel. Explore further Citation: BMW shows hands-free driving on Autobahn (w/ video) (2012, January 24) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-01-bmw-hands-free-autobahn-video.html (PhysOrg.com) — Move over, Google, or better still, stay off the Autobahn, best not to interfere with the main show, which now stars BMW and its technology feats with self-driving cars. BMW has been drawing press interest in its recent show of what will be possible in self-driving cars 10 to 15 years from now. BMW had announced in August its “ConnectedDrive Connect (CDC) system. This week, a video was released showing a BMW on CDC realtime. BMW put it on the Autobahn, along with a human driver who nonetheless kept hands off the wheel of the car, a BMW 5 series model. © 2011 PhysOrg.com
© 2019 Science X Network Reconfiguration of EGaIn printed in the work. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw2844 Researchers create soft, flexible materials with enhanced properties Using the 3-D printing technique to reconfigure a square coil antenna. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw2844 The electrical contact of direct-printed and reconfigured liquid metals. (A) Schematic illustrations of direct printing (left) and reconfiguration (right). (B) Dependence of total resistance on the length of the channel. Error bars represent the SD. (C) Current-voltage characteristics between Ag pads and direct-printed EGaIn. (D) Current-voltage characteristics between Ag pads and reconfigured EGaIn. (E and F) SEM images of EGaIn on an Ag pad after 7 hours of direct printing. (G and H) SEM images of EGaIn after 7 hours of reconfiguration. Scale bars, 200 μm. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw2844 They performed reconfigurations many times to generate a thin oxide interface and preserve electrical properties of the material under ambient conditions. The free-standing features could be encapsulated in stretchable, conformal configurations. Park et al. demonstrated applications in the form of reconfigurable antenna, tunable by changing geometries and reversibly movable interconnections to use the constructs as mechanical switches. The free-standing 3-D structures were advantageous to minimize the number and space between interconnections for higher integration, as seen with microLED arrays. The results are now published on Science Advances. Advanced technologies that form 3-D conductive structures with high-resolution, high aspect ratios and minimal error of displacement are important to increase device integrity. Device deformability is a key consideration for free-form electronics, including stretchable electronics, wearable electronics, soft actuators and robotics. These electronic devices typically require conformation with movable, arbitrary shapes such as joints or arms, or the soft surfaces of living organisms. Realizing such stretchable devices with conventional materials such as silicon are a challenge due to their brittleness. Materials scientists have therefore developed diverse conductive materials with excellent stretchability in the form of wavy thin metals, metallic networks and elastomeric composites, yet these processes are unable to form scalable 3-D structures. In addition, 3-D printed, and thermally annealed metals are relatively stiff and rigid causing damage to soft, tissue-like substrates. In the experimental setup, Park et al. connected a nozzle to an ink reservoir or pressure controller. The materials scientists used EGaIn (75.5 percent gallium and 24.5 percent indium alloy by weight) as the ink and controlled the distance between the nozzle tip and polymer substrate to deliver the ink. Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), they viewed the EGaIn pattern printed with complex 2-D and 3-D geometries and used the technique to print more diverse patterns such as interconnects of electric circuits with high resolution. Explore further LEFT: 3D reconfiguration of liquid metals for electronics. (A) Schematic illustrations of the reconfigurable antenna. (B) Schematic illustrations of two concentric antennas (top) and the SEM image of the disconnected region (bottom). Scale bar, 300 μm. (C) Schematic illustrations of two concentric antennas that are electrically connected (top) and the SEM image of connected lines by reconfiguration (bottom). Scale bar, 300 μm. (D) Measured scattering parameters of the printed antenna in disconnected and connected states. (E) Schematic illustrations of the reconfiguration process for dynamic switching of LEDs. (F) Colorized SEM image of three LED pixels and EGaIn interconnects. The red, green, blue, and yellow colors correspond to red, green, and blue LEDs and EGaIn, respectively. Scale bar, 1 mm. (G) Photograph of three LED pixels and EGaIn interconnects. Scale bar, 1 mm. (H) Schematic illustrations of reconfiguration and photographs of LED working. Scale bars, 5 mm. (Photo credit: Young-Geun Park, Yonsei University). RIGHT: MicroLED array with 3D liquid metal interconnects. (A) Schematic illustration of the microLED array with reconfigured 3D interconnects. (B) Colorized SEM image of the microLED array and EGaIn interconnects. Blue and yellow colors correspond to microLED and EGaIn, respectively. Scale bar, 300 μm. (C) Colorized SEM image of 3D interconnects. The blue and yellow colors correspond to the microLED and EGaIn, respectively. Scale bar, 300 μm. (D) Photographs of light emission of the microLED array. Scale bars, 1 cm. (E) Current-voltage characteristics of microLED with reconfigured interconnects under flat or bent condition. (Photo credit: Young-Geun Park, Yonsei University). Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw2844 Journal information: Science Advances Comparatively, liquid metals such as eutectic gallium-indium alloy (EGaIn) or gallium-indium-tin alloy (Galinstan) are intrinsically stretchable, with low toxicity and minimal volatility for superb electrical conductivity—comparable to solid metals. Direct ink printing with a nozzle can form free-standing 3-D structures at room temperature by stacking droplets of liquid metal upon one another but the resulting resolution is not suited to build electronic devices. In the present work therefore, Park et al. report a high-resolution printing method with liquid metal for its direct reconfiguration into 3-D electrode patterns through a nozzle, under ambient conditions. When they applied DC or AC bias to monitor electrical breakdown, the temperature too increased in the experimental setup affecting the mechanical stability of the EGaIn 3-D features. The constructs maintained their initial free-standing 3-D structure without structural collapse at 5000C for 30 minutes. After repeated heating and cooling at room temperature, the oxide skin of the 3-D feature slightly wrinkled due to thermal expansion between the oxide shell and EGaIn core. Park et al. tested the electrical contact of direct-printed and reconfigured liquid metals and measured the dependence of total resistance on the length of the printed channel to show that the resistance of EGaIn patterns significantly increased with time under ambient conditions. As a proof-of-principle of the reconfigurable electronics developed in the present work, Park et al. demonstrated the formation of a reconfigurable antenna with ability to modify its resonance frequency and radiation properties by changing its geometry. For this, the scientists formed a dual coil antenna structure on a glass slide by directly printing EGaIn. During reconfiguration, EGaIn formed a 3-D bridged interconnect, whose resonance frequency the scientists first determined, followed by their use to selectively operate three different light-emitting diodes (LEDs) with red, green and blue light emissions. The reconfigurable, free-standing interconnect maintained its resistance to reliably operate all LEDs at 3V during repeated detachment and connection of multiple reconfiguration steps. The free-standing 3-D interconnects formed using the process of reconfiguration were advantageous to build cross-geometries in a single XY plane, instead of using multiple layers to thereby prevent unwanted electric contact. For this, Park et al. demonstrated both transverse and longitudinal interconnects of EGaIn for a 4 x 4 array of microLEDs on a flexible polymer film to prevent short circuiting. Using the method, Park et al. minimized the number of interconnections integrated in a miniature device, as the 3-D pattern could efficiently minimize the number and space of interconnections. In this way, Young-Geun Park and co-workers demonstrated high-resolution 3-D printing using liquid metal and showed its application for stretchable 3-D integrations that are difficult to achieve with conventional engineering. Compared to existing 3-D printing techniques, this method can form fine, free-standing 3-D structures of electrodes with reconfigurable patterns. As an example, Park et al. engineered a reconfigurable antenna capable of modifying its resonance frequency via geometric changes. They also presented reversibly movable 3-D interconnections as mechanical switches that could facilitate higher compact integration in miniaturized devices. The scientists expect the high-resolution 3-D reconfiguration method to offer a promising new additive manufacturing strategy for highly integrated and stretchable next-generation electronic devices. More information: Young-Geun Park et al. High-resolution, reconfigurable printing of liquid metals with three-dimensional structures, Science Advances (2019). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw2844 B. Y. Ahn et al. Omnidirectional Printing of Flexible, Stretchable, and Spanning Silver Microelectrodes, Science (2009). DOI: 10.1126/science.1168375 Sihong Wang et al. Skin electronics from scalable fabrication of an intrinsically stretchable transistor array, Nature (2018). DOI: 10.1038/nature25494 , Nature In a recent study on materials science and nanomedicine, Young-Geun Park and co-workers at the departments of Nanoscience, Nanomedicine and Materials Science and Engineering in the Republic of Korea developed an unconventional 3-D printing approach. The scientists engineered a high-resolution, reconfigurable 3-D printing strategy using liquid metals to form stretchable, 3-D constructs. Using the technique, they formed a minimum line width of 1.9 µm using direct printing and printed patterns for reconfiguration in to diverse 3-D structures while maintaining pristine resolutions. High-resolution printing of liquid metals. (A) Schematic illustration of a printing system. (B) SEM image of 2D and 3D high-resolution EGaIn patterns. Scale bar, 100 μm. Inset: Magnified SEM image of the 3D structures. Scale bar, 100 μm. (C) AFM image and cross-sectional profile of printed EGaIn line. Scale bar, 2 μm. (D) SEM image of 1.9-μm-wide EGaIn patterns. Scale bar, 10 μm. (E) SEM image of 3D patterns of EGaIn on a PET film and epoxy (SU-8). Scale bar, 10 μm. (F) Photograph of printed high-resolution EGaIn patterns in (B). Scale bar, 1 cm. (G) Photograph of interconnect patterns of EGaIn. Inset: Top-view photograph. Scale bars, 5 mm. (H) Optical micrographs of printed EGaIn lines according to printing velocities. Scale bar, 40 μm. (I) The plot of line widths versus printing velocities. (J) The plot of line widths versus inner diameters of nozzles. Error bars in (I) and (J) indicate the SD. (Photo credit: Young-Geun Park, Yonsei University). Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw2844 Citation: Printing liquid metals in three-dimensional structures (2019, June 27) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2019-06-liquid-metals-three-dimensional.html , Science After directly printing EGaIn through a nozzle, the scientists lifted the nozzle tip for its relocation to the desired position of the substrate to continue printing. The fracture energy of the oxide skin connected the nozzle tip as a “rope” during lift-off. Park et al. measured the maximum velocities for different diameters of filaments to demonstrate different examples and formed 2-D and 3-D features with repeatable reconfiguration. During the process of reconfiguration, the scientists could lift-off a preprinted filament upright from a substrate without fracturing the construct. The observed stable electrodes could withstand electrical load to become increasingly integrated and miniaturized in electric devices. To verify the suitability of EGaIn electrodes as interconnects, Park et al. conducted electrical breakdown tests thereafter. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Technology | Advanced Visualization | June 13, 2019 Materialise Receives FDA Clearance for Cardiovascular Planning Software Suite Three-dimensional (3-D) printing software and solutions company Materialise has received U.S. Food and Drug… read more Technology | Virtual and Augmented Reality | June 04, 2019 Ann Arbor Startup Launches Augmented Reality MRI Simulator SpellBound, an Ann Arbor startup specializing in augmented reality (AR) tools for children in hospitals, has officially… read more Related Content Photo courtesy of Fujifilm December 3, 2014 — Fujifilm will showcase the ability of Synapse 3-D and discuss how radiologists use 3-D models to shape the future of patient care at the 100th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, Ill. “Radiologists are putting patients at the center of care with the use of 3-D modeling in surgical treatment planning. By leveraging image overlay tools available on Synapse 3D, radiologists can use volumetric imaging to generate 3-D models and quantitative analysis of organs and other parts of the anatomy,” said Jim Morgan, vice president of Medical Informatics at Fujifilm Medical Systems Inc. “Referring physicians and radiologists can then leverage the images and data to develop treatment plans, predict and prepare for complications during procedures, as well as educate patients about their conditions prior to treatment.”At Keck Hospital, USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital in Los Angeles, radiologists scan an estimated 400 patients annually who present for a consultation for renal cancer surgery, and around 300 of those patients eventually undergo surgery. Radiologists and surgeons there use Synapse 3D to develop virtual 3-D models for the evaluation of renal masses and to develop treatment plans.The hospital’s Abdominal Imaging Section Chief and Medical Director of Imaging, Vinay A. Duddalwar, M.D., FRCR, describes a recent case in which he developed a 3D model for surgery on a patient with a renal mass. The patient presented with pain in the abdomen and with bleeding in his urine. After undergoing a single-phase CT scan at another center, he was referred to doctors at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital where he underwent a standard of care multiphase-CT scan. Dr. Duddalwar used Synapse 3D to evaluate the study. “We have standard protocols in Synapse 3D that we use to enhance the visualization of the mass and extract information that the urologist then uses. In this particular case, we looked at the prior CT scan, but evaluated the multiphase-CT scan of the tumor on Synapse 3D, using all of the phases in Synapse,” said Duddalwar, M.D.He created the virtual 3-D model by registering all four-volume datasets. “Synapse 3D allows you to overlay and fuse the images from phases one, two, three, and four together. It allows the user to subtract the blood vessels or subtract the collecting system from the kidney so we can see only the functioning parenchyma or only the blood vessels,” Duddalwar explains. “It allows us to configure different visualization streams so you can see everything, extract features or superimpose another, making the tumor transparent.””Synapse 3D gave us the diagnostic confidence that we needed to determine that it was a low-grade tumor. The reasons were, one, it didn’t enhance very much; two, it was fairly uniform; and three, its shape was small and round. The virtual 3D models helped in conveying this information to the surgeon,” said Duddalwar. “Synapse 3D helped increase our diagnostic confidence in determining this was a low-grade tumor and in explaining our recommendation to the surgeon and the patient.” Synapse 3D offers more than 30 clinical functions to choose from, with many functions utilizing Fujifilm’s Image Intelligence capability. It is fully integrated with Synapse PACS and Synapse Cardiovascular, and creates a centralized enterprise-shared 3-D solution. The Synapse 3D snapshot workflow creates a unique closed loop workflow from modality labs, to Radiologists and Cardiologists, to Surgery with no redundant rendering work required along the way, creating faster workflows. For more information: www.fujimed.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | Molecular Imaging | July 01, 2019 | By Sharvari Rale Transformations in Molecular Imaging Herald Entry to Novel Applications Diagnostic procedures have always been a cornerstone of early prognosis and patient triaging. read more Image courtesy of Philips Healthcare Technology | Artificial Intelligence | June 20, 2019 TeraRecon Receives First-of-Kind FDA Determination for Northstar AI Results Explorer Advanced visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) technology provider TeraRecon has successfully completed a U.S… read more A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. 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In the center of the photo is Benjamin Movsas, M.D., chair of radiation oncology at Henry Ford Cancer Institute. Second from the right is Carri Glide-Hurst, Ph.D., director of translational research, radiation oncology. News | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more Feature | Henry Ford Hospital | May 21, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Innovations in Radiotherapy and Radiology at Henry Ford Hospital Henry Ford Hospital thought leaders regularly speak at the radiation oncology and radiology conferences about new res read more
Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Top Stories Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help KANO, Nigeria (AP) – Officials say floods from heavy rains killed one person and left 575 people homeless in northern Nigeria’s biggest city of Kano.Regional emergency disaster manager Musa Ilallah says rescuers still are searching Tuesday for four people carried away by raging waters that “completely destroyed” 471 homes.Torrents of rain that started Friday caused weekend flooding. Drains and deep culverts chronically filled with uncollected garbage flooded. Ilallah appealed to residents to stop dumping refuse in waterways and drains. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Comments Share Sponsored Stories How men can have a healthy 2019 The flooding also unearthed some 20 corpses at the city’s main cemetery.Torrential rains and floods have become more common in northern Nigeria bordering the Sahara Desert with officials blaming climate change.(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (Public Organisation) or TCEB today signed a partnership agreement with Amsterdam Light Festival to create a world-class light festival in Thailand.The partnership is tipped to impart new vigour to the Thai economy and restore the confidence in high level of safety that international visitors and event organisers can expect from Thailand as a top destination for tourism and events.Mr Rogier van der Heide, a world-renowned lighting designer and the Artistic Director of Amsterdam Light Festival, also surveyed Ratchaprasong as the first area to be lit up under this new partnership.Mr. Nopparat Maythaveekulchai, Director of Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) said, “TCEB has a mission to promote and facilitate development of international events, mega events and world-class festivals in Thailand. Strategically, we are focused on pooling in events from our bidding targets and increasing arrivals of international visitors by hosting international events and mega events, as well as profiling Thailand as the destination of international events and mega events through strong exposure in international media, and developing a network of public-private partnerships that will reinforce supportive role of TCEB in every step to increase Thai chances to win in world-class events.”“By positioning Thailand as Asia’s premier destination for international events within our strategic direction to drive Thailand as the hub of mega events, we are paving way for more arrivals of quality visitors and event-goers,” he continued. “In our most recent move, TCEB and Amsterdam Light Festival have entered a partnership for knowledge sharing and collaborative creation of a world-class light festival in Thailand. The partnership not only enables an interchange of knowledge in lighting innovations, light arts, as well as public relations, marketing and promotion planning for light festivals, etc., but will also bring magnificent artworks of Amsterdam Light Festival on show in Thailand for the first time.”Mr Rogier van der Heide said, “My Thai visit this time is for the signing between TCEB and Amsterdam Light Festival, which will set about a long-term partnership for exchange of information and collaborative development of international light festivals. In addition, I had a chance to deliver a talk on “How to Create Impact for International Light Festival – Trends & Sustainability”.”Mr Rogier van der Heide has previously completed numerous lighting design projects for well-known places all over the world, including Louis Vuitton World Wide Lighting Design, Swarovski Crystal Palace (Milan – German), Forcefield (London), YAS Marina Hotel (Abu Dhabi), Library Boekenberg (MVRDV, Rotterdam), Beijing Olympic Stadium, Herzog & De Meuron (China), Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam – Netherland), Het Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (Amsterdam – Netherland) and The Amsterdam Light Festival 2013.The light festival to be held late this year is an important project to drive forward Thai MICE industry in 2015. It will expectedly attract interested visitors around the world to Bangkok and Thailand about 1,036,300 international MICE visitors and generate a turnover of 106,780 million baht. Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau Source = Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau