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JMB terrorist accused in Bodh Gaya blast arrested in Burdwan

first_imgKolkata: Special Task Force (STF) of Kolkata Police has nabbed a member of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) a terrorist organisation, from Katwa in east Burdwan on Monday evening.According to STF officials, the terrorist identified as Abdul Rahim of Dhuliyan at Shamshergunje in Murshidabad is one of the prime accused of Bodh Gaya blast which took place during January 2018. According to STF sleuths, Rahim is a member of (JMB) and was associated with JMB leaders like Abdul Wahab and Moulana Yousuf who were arrested earlier. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersHe was an active member of JMB’s Dhulian module in Bengal. During 2018 Bodh Gaya blast, members from Dhulian module took effective part and responsible. Rahim used to recruit members in the module and provided logistics support. Since the blast, he was absconding since January 2018. On Monday, STF got hold of an information that Rahim was seen in Katwa. Immediately a team went to Katwa’s Bajepratappur Charkhumbha as per the information provided by the source. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaAround 7:20 pm, sleuths saw Rahim at the Bajepratappur Charkhumbha bus stoppage and surrounded him. Later, he was arrested and brought to Kolkata. Earlier on June 23, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has brought Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) terrorist Habibur Rehman Shaikh alias Habibur Shaikh to Kolkata, who is an accused in Khagragarh blast case in Burdwan. He was arrested from Dodabalpur in Bangalore in Karnataka. According to NIA, a chargesheet was submitted before the NIA court accusing Habibur for his involvement in the Khagragarh blast in 2015. It is alleged that Habibur was involved in an conspiracy by Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh to wage war between India and Bangladesh. Habibur used to be a close associate of senior Jamaat-ulMujahideen leader Jahidul Islam alias Kausar. He was also associated with JMB leaders Rahamatullah Shaikh alias Sajid and Moulana Yusuf. Habibur was also an active member of JMB, Bolpur Module in Bengal. He had attended a number of training camps conducted by senior Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh leaders.last_img read more

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Stars Come Out For Loving The Silent Tears

first_imgStars came out for the red carpet premiere of Loving the Silent Tears: A New Musical at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.Loving The Silent TearsCredit/Copyright: Supreme Master TelevisionAmong the stars who attended were Jon Huertas, Corey Feldman, Kyson Lee, Craig Robinson, AJ Buckley, Kristoff St. John, Kelly Packard and many more.The first of its kind in theatre history, Loving the Silent Tears took the audience on an elevating journey across six continents and 16 countries, to tell a compelling story about humanity’s search for inner peace and happiness. With all elements in place that made for absolutely thrilling musical theatre, the show was inspired by a poetry anthology titled Silent Tears, written years ago by world-renowned spiritual teacher, humanitarian and artist Supreme Master Ching Hai.The musical starred 2-time Grammy-winning artist Jon Secada, Grammy-winning icon Jody Watley, and Broadway stars: Tony winner Debbie Gravitte, Tony winner Kiril Kulish, Emmy winner and Tony nominee Liz Callaway, and Tony nominee Patti Cohenour. They were joined by Grammy-winning reggae legends Black Uhuru, Arab singer Camellia Abou-Odah, Italian tenor Mark Janicello, Korean pop star Brian Joo, award-winning Israeli singer Liel Kolet, Irish soprano Katie McMahon, Korean singer Heather Park, award-winning Brazilian singer Fabiana Passoni, Persian superstar Siavash Shams and Chinese platinum pop star Kay Tse.Loving the Silent Tears was directed by Tony nominee Vincent Paterson (Michael Jackson’s Bad and Madonna’s Blond Ambition tours), the lively dances were choreographed by Emmy-winning Bonnie Story (High School Musical), the imaginative stagecraft of Emmy-winning set designer John Iacovelli (Peter Pan), and a vibrant display of costumes were created by award-winning designer Sharell Martin (Chicago).Celebrities, dignitaries and special guests turned out for this special one night only celebration, with proceeds benefitting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Animal Defenders International and World Wide Veterinary Service. Each organization received $100,000 each for a grand total of $300,000 given to charity.last_img read more

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Montreal Police hold Indigenous sensitivity training sessions – but is it working

first_imgTom FennarioAPTN NewsHow Montreal police use the Indigenous sensitivity training they receive is the subject of some controversy.The courses have been ongoing for three years.But given some of the mis-steps from the police, is the training working?Inuit people who hang out in Cabot Square are often ticketed for loitering, or public drunkenness.And this past summer, an Inuk woman was released from custody in the middle of the night in a vacant part of Montreal.tfennario@aptn.ca@tomfennariolast_img read more

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UN World Court sets date for public hearings on Kosovo independence

The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations’ principal judicial organ, announced today that it will hold public hearings starting on 1 December on the question of Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence early last year.The UN and individual Member States will be able present oral statements and comments at the ICJ’s headquarters in The Hague, as will the Provisional Institutions of Self-Government (PISG) of Kosovo, which authored the declaration of independence from Serbia.In October 2008 the General Assembly voted to request the ICJ to give an advisory opinion on the legality of the move by Kosovo, where ethnic Albanians outnumber Serbs and other minorities by about nine to one.Some 36 Member States and the PISG have already filed written statements on the question, and they have until 15 September to indicate to the ICJ whether they wish to participate in the public hearings.The ICJ, also known as the World Court, is tasked with settling legal disputes between UN Member States and with giving advisory opinions on legal questions. 29 July 2009The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations’ principal judicial organ, announced today that it will hold public hearings starting on 1 December on the question of Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence early last year. read more

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Welcome start to 2012 as new car market shows signs of stability

New car registrations rose 0.03% to 128,853 units in January.Diesel and alternatively-fuelled cars increased volumes, up 6.3% and 17.7% respectively.The new car market is expected to remain stable in 2012, dipping just 1% to 1.92 million units in 2012, before recovering in 2013.“The January new car market held firm with 128,853 registrations, marginally up on January 2011, a welcome sign of stability in uncertain economic times,” said Paul Everitt, SMMT Chief Executive. “2012 is set to be an exciting year with record numbers of new models coming to market filled with innovative technology that will save the motorist fuel, enhance comfort and further increase levels of safety and security. However, to maintain market stability, government must act decisively and deliver much needed confidence to businesses and consumers.”Market remains stable at start of 2012New car registrations rose 0.03% or 42 units in January 2012 to 128,853 units.January’s performance was boosted by the private market, up 2.7% on January 2011 and further growth in the fleet sector.January typically accounts for around 7% of annual registrations, ahead of the key March market, which typically represents 18% of the annual market and approximately 65% of volumes registered in quarter one.Demand for diesel cars continues to rise and its market share moved from 50.5% a year ago to 53.7%, as motorists look to ensure increased fuel efficiency. Registrations of alternatively fuelled vehicles rose by 17.7% in the month and accounted for 1.6% of the market, mirroring the record levels confirmed in November and December 2011, on the back of new products entering the market.The Ford Fiesta was the best selling model in January 2012. Four of the top sellers were Superminis and the segment showed the largest rise in volumes during January. Growth in demand for Luxury, Dual Purpose, Executive and Sports segments is also evident.SMMT revised down its full year forecast of the new car market in 2012 to 1.92 million units, a 1.1% drop on the 1.94 million unit outturn in 2011. The economic outlook remains weak and continues to make the new car market challenging, but new and more efficient products should provide support to volumes as we move forward through 2012. The market is expected to grow to 1.98 million units in 2013.Click through to download the full January 2012 new car registrations news release and data table.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

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NHS chief mired in scandal steps down from sideways move after public

first_img“We listened to feedback, reflected, decided she wasn’t employable and rewarded her with quarter of a million,” it tweeted.Last month the trust’s interim chairman stood down. In April, inspectors concluded that the trust was still failing to protect patients from risk of harm.Care Quality Commission inspectors found that robust arrangements to probe incidents, including deaths, had not been put in place, resulting in ‘missed opportunities’ to prevent similar events. The mental health trust provides services to 45,000 people across Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.It employs around 9,000 staff at more than 200 sites, including community hospitals, health centres, inpatient units and social care services. ‘Following the recent announcement that Katrina Percy will take on a regional strategic advisory role, we have received correspondence from the public, patients and families expressing their concerns’Southern Health NHS Foundation trust The trust said in a statement on Friday: “Following the recent announcement that Katrina Percy will take on a regional strategic advisory role, we have received correspondence from the public, patients and families expressing their concerns. We have listened to all of this feedback and reflected.”Both the trust and NHS Improvement believe it is no longer possible for Katrina to continue in her new advisory role. Katrina shares this view and we have worked with NHS Improvement to come to a settlement where she will leave Southern Health with immediate effect, to pursue other opportunities. “We thank Katrina for her significant contribution to the NHS and we wish her well for the future.”As a board we are now making arrangements to continue the important work that Katrina was due to finish. We hope that the organisation can now continue to focus on our primary objective: delivering the best possible care to all those we look after.” Southern has been under intense scrutiny following the deaths of hundreds of patients, including 18-year-old Connor Sparrowhawk who died in 2013.His mother expressed anger at the payout, and said it was “scandalous” that action had taken so long. “I think it’s good that she’s gone, but the payoff is obscene,” Dr Ryan told ITV News. “How can the NHS afford such payoffs for people who have failed?”She said the departure of the executive had only happened because of a long campaign by families who lost loved ones at the trust. “It’s scandalous that it’s taken this long,” she said. “It’s shameful that Jeremy Hunt has done nothing – it’s all been down to the families.”“The rest of the board need a good old shake out now. It shouldn’t have taken families and campaigners making so much noise to get to this point. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. “It’s outrageous she hung on as long as she did. The whole sorry tale has shown there are serious problems in the way the NHS is organised. The lack of accountability is a scandal,” she told the Oxford Times. “The money she has received is an obscene misuse of public funding, especially given that the NHS is completely stretched. The former chief executive of a troubled mental health trust has been given a £190,000 payoff after she left her latest role.Katrina Percy faced repeated calls to resign over Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust’s failure to investigate hundreds of deaths.She resigned as chief executive in August but went straight into a role specially created for her at the same trust.Critics last night attacked the trust for offering “a completely unjustifiable reward for failure” .Dr Sara Ryan, whose teenage son Connor died while he was under the care of the trust, described the payoff as “obscene”. Ms Percy resigned as trust chief executive in August, after facing repeated calls to stand down over the trust’s failure to investigate hundreds of deaths.However, she went straight into a new advisory role at the same trust, keeping her pay and benefits of £240,000 a year.The revelation prompted outrage among patients’ groups and MPs. Connor Sparrowhawk who was found drowned in the bath at Slade House in Headington In October, a jury inquest ruled that neglect contributed to the death of Mr Sparrowhawk, who drowned after an epileptic seizure at Slade House in Headington, Oxfordshire.Liberal Democrat health spokesman Norman Lamb said: “This is hugely disrespectful to Southern Health patients and their loved ones, who I campaigned with over the Trust’s scandalous failure to properly investigate unexpected deaths. ““It was insulting that Ms Percy was offered this very lucrative advisory position at the Trust when this first came to light, and for her now to be offered such a generous pay-out is a completely unjustifiable reward for failure”.John O’Connell, Chief Executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “This golden goodbye can only be seen as a reward for failure. Not only is it an insult to those who have suffered or lost a loved one because of mismanagement or incompetence, it is a also slap in the face for taxpayers who will be picking up the bill. Connor Sparrowhawk “People will want to know why anyone should be compensated when they stand down voluntarily and those responsible for this hugely expensive farce must be held to account to ensure nothing like this happens again.”Regulators NHS Improvement, who agreed the deal, said Ms Percy was entitled to six months’ pay in lieu of notice, and would be given a further six months’ pay as part of the settlement.A spokesman said the body had received legal advice which suggested that attempts to get rid of Ms Percy without a payout could have cost them more. “We know that this won’t please  some who think that she ought to have received no payment at all, and in situations like this, a perfect deal is not possible. But the strong legal advice we have received is that to do anything else would have a much greater cost to the public purse, and as a consequence, would go against good management of public money.”Deborah Coles, director of Inquest,  said the resignation “should mark the end of Southern Health’s denial of responsibility for systemic failings and the start of vital work to protect the lives of the people in its care”.Campaign group Justice for LB – LB was Connor’s nickname, and stands for Laughing Boy – called the settlement “utterly disgraceful”.last_img read more

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14 things we learned from the Clare hurlers Behind The Banner DVD

first_img8. Podge Collins on THAT handpass against Galway“I don’t know where my mind was at. That backwards handpass was a bit flamboyant. If it had gone over the sideline, I could have been taken off, it could have been the end of my year”.9. The Galway win was dedicated to Cathal McInerney after his grandfather had passed away10. Watching Limerick win the Munster title provided plenty motivation“I was so, so envious of those Limerick guys”, says Brendan Bugler.“You’re getting a text off Brendan Bugler saying ‘lads how jealous are ye right now’. It’s something you dream of. But listen we might get our chance against these guys”, says Conor Ryan.11. There’s still amazement that Domhnall O’Donovan hit a pointTony Kelly: “If you could pick any fella on the panel, one to thirty-four, Dunny would be 34. You’d nearly bring on Davy to hit the leveller.”Davy Fitzgerald: “How he arrived up there? I’ve no idea. But by Jesus, I’m glad he did”.Domhnall O’Donovan: “I was as surprised as anyone else that it went over”.12. The case to start Shane O’Donnell in the replayPaul Kinnerk (selector): “He left us with no other option but to pick him”.Shane O’Donnell. “We were in St Pat’s and Davy called me aside. I was a small bit nervous but so excited to start.”Shane O’Donnell: “How did I find it? Pretty good I suppose. The greatest moment of my life with all my friends out on the pitch”.13. They sang to Marty Morrissey after the replay in Croke Park14. And they didn’t forget one of their supporters in the celebrations in Cratloe‘Behind The Banner’ is the official behind-the-scenes story of Clare hurling’s 2013 All-Ireland triumph. It is available for purchase at the Clare supporters shop on O’Connell Street in Ennis.– First published 16.56Oulart’s Rory Jacob blasts criticism of clubmate wearing leggings in Leinster finalTipperary hurlers to fundraise after ex-teammate has surgery on brain tumour 1. Pre-season training was no funDavy Fitzgerald’s objectives were clear when he took over with the Banner. ‘I came into the job when Clare were probably ranked 9th or 10th. My main objective was to get Clare back into the top four.”That required some work. “There’s no other way about training, you have to do the work. There’s no shortcuts.”“Lads coming back cold, legs in bits. It was not an enjoyable few days”, was Podge Collins verdict on one training camp.“Davy’s trying to break you bringing you to the middle of the forest at seven in the morning”, says Shane O’Donnell.2. Particularly for Tony Kelly doing running sessions at 5am“I got some shock when I went in training for the first week. I remember the first training session I went to, after the warm-up, I thought I was going to get sick”.3. The reaction to the Munster quarter-final win over Waterford was a concern“There was a lot of euphoria around and the place went a bit too mad I thought for winning one match”, says selector Mike Deegan. “When people look back at it, we didn’t play that well”.4. Davy reckons the Munster semi-final loss to Cork turned their year“In hindsight maybe it was one of the best things that happened to us. In hindsight it’s the reason I believe we’re 2013 All-Ireland champions.”5. The famous Mi-Wadi and biscuits meeting in Davy’s house wasn’t expected“We were all expecting some meeting but at his house, I was kind of surprised for it to be there”, remembers Shane O’Donnell.6. A supporter wasn’t happy with Davy during the Laois match in Ennis“A fella stood up behind me and roared with venom, ‘Fitzgerald you haven’t a clue. You’re ruining Clare hurling’. Roaring at me.“Now there’s very little you can do about something like that. But this was only two minutes into a game. I remember thinking to myself ‘What a clown’. Fellas like that, my only message would be ‘Stop being selfish, support the team’.7. Davy’s proclamation before extra-time against Wexford surprised Tony Kelly“Davy stood up and said if we win this game, ‘We’ll win the All-Ireland’. I looked around at Colm Galvin and was thinking, ‘What’s this fella on about? We’re struggling to beat Wexford’.last_img read more

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More than a quarter plan to increase investment in health and wellbeing

first_imgMore than a quarter (29%) of employer respondents state that they are likely to increase investment in their health and wellbeing benefits in the next two years, for example around occupational sick pay, employee assistance programmes (EAPs) and flu jabs, according to research by the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD) and LCP.The Reward management report, which surveyed 568 HR professionals, also found that 43% are most likely to increase spend on professional development in the next two years, to support training, paid study leave and professional subscriptions.On the other hand, 25% intend to increase investment around financial benefits; this includes spending on pension schemes, loans to help staff in financial hardship and free money and debt advice.More than one in 10 (17%) respondents expect to invest in a formal work-life balance policy within the next two years; this could feature flexible working and shared parental leave arrangements.Charles Cotton (pictured), senior reward and performance adviser at the CIPD, said: “Despite the recent economic and political uncertainty, employers are committed to investing in their employees and their future. It’s encouraging to see the benefits that have been earmarked for further spend in the near future relate to people development and wellbeing. Spending in these areas can help to improve employee, and ultimately corporate performance.Two-thirds (66%) of respondents use employee benefits to attract, recruit and retain staff in order to support current business needs; however, 74% do not conduct reviews of their benefits spend. Furthermore, 21% believe that their benefits offering is not easily accessible, and 16% stated that they do not always communicate what benefits are available.Cotton continued: “The people profession has an important role to play in analysing spend on benefits to see if the business, its people and other key stakeholders are getting maximum value from them. Analysis provides crucial evidence for making changes for the better if this is not the case.”The majority (97%) of respondents plan to maintain or increase their spend on employee benefits over the next two years; within this group, 81% intend to spend the same amount on employee benefits in the upcoming two years, compared to 16% who plan to increase their investment.The research also found that the top 10 most popular employee benefits currently offered to employees across all sectors are pensions schemes, paid bereavement leave, training and career development, childcare vouchers, occupational sick pay, EAPs, Christmas parties or lunches, free tea and coffee, 25 days or more of paid annual leave for full-time employees, and paid leave for jury service.Dipa Mistry Kandola, head of flexible benefits services at LCP, said: “Our report reveals that more employers than expected don’t promote their benefits or make them easily accessible. Organisations could be wasting significant costs if their people don’t know about the range of benefits on offer or are put off utilising them if they’re not easily accessible.“Organisations will only be able to get true engagement from their people if they offer tailored benefits facilitated through a comprehensive, multi-channel communication strategy that encourages feedback. The way benefits are communicated, delivered and measured is just as important as having the right benefits in place.”last_img read more

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Kenai Airport Raising Operating Costs

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The operating costs for the two airlines that contract with the Kenai Municipal Airport will be increasing at the start of the new fiscal year. According to the resolution put before the Kenai City Council,  the city determined the rental rates for non-signatory, airline, apron space on the Kenai Airport are significantly undervalued taking into account land values, construction cost of improvements, and maintenance costs. The proposed amendment to the Airport’s Airline Operating Agreement calls for a 5% increase inlanding fees, terminal rents, and signatory, airline, terminal apron parking and GSE storage spacerent. Both Grant Aviation, and Ravn Alaska will see an increase in their operating costs, on July 1, after the City of Kenai renegotiates the existing lease agreements with both airlines.center_img Ravn would see an increase of 14.4 percent, and Grant would see a 6.4 percent increase (based on the size of areas each airline uses inside and outside the airport). Rental car companies with sales counters in the terminal will also see an increase , but the restaurant located in the airport will not. Currently the Kenai Municipal Airport is undergoing the Terminal Improvement Project, which is estimated to cost $9.7 million for construction.last_img read more

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What Constitutional Amendments Are On The Ballot

first_img Share Illustration by Todd WisemanThe Texas ConstitutionMonday marked the beginning of early voting for the Nov. 7 election. Texans are being asked to approve seven amendments to the state’s constitution.During legislative sessions, lawmakers typically agree on multiple changes to law that require amendments to the state’s rigid constitution.Any changes to the Texas Constitution must be approved by a majority of Texas voters. Getting a proposed amendment on the ballot requires support from more than two-thirds of both chambers of the Legislature.Voters in some communities are also weighing in on important local issues alongside the statewide ballot. For example, qualified Travis County voters will have the chance to vote for or against two bonds — one dealing with transportation improvements and another on constructing and improving county parks. In El Paso, voters will get the chance to approve or deny a $448.5 million bond measure that would build three new campuses and reconstruct a local high school. Check out VoteTexas.gov to find your polling place. Below are the seven constitutional amendments that will be on the ballot. The Texas Secretary of State’s office randomly assigned each resolution (each of which was adopted during the 2017 regular legislative session) a ballot number ahead of the election.Proposition 1What will be on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of part of the market value of the residence homestead of a partially disabled veteran or the surviving spouse of a partially disabled veteran if the residence homestead was donated to the disabled veteran by a charitable organization for less than the market value of the residence homestead and harmonizing certain related provisions of the Texas Constitution.”What it means: It would authorize property tax exemptions for certain partially disabled veterans or their surviving spouses — those whose homes were donated to them by charity for less than market value.Proposition 2What will be on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment to establish a lower amount for expenses that can be charged to a borrower and removing certain financing expense limitations for a home equity loan, establishing certain authorized lenders to make a home equity loan, changing certain options for the refinancing for home equity loans, changing the threshold for an advance of a home equity line of credit, and allowing home equity loans on agricultural homesteads.”What it means: This would ease restrictions on borrowing against home equity in Texas and allow Texans easier access to their equity. The proposition also lowers the maximum fees that can be charged in connection with home equity loans but also exempts certain charges from the calculation of that maximum.Proposition 3What will be on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment limiting the service of certain officeholders appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate after the expiration of the person’s term of office.”What it means: Unsalaried appointees whose terms have ended but who have not been replaced would serve only until the next legislative session has ended.Proposition 4What will be on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to require a court to provide notice to the attorney general of a challenge to the constitutionality of a state statute and authorizing the Legislature to prescribe a waiting period before the court may enter a judgment holding the statute unconstitutional.”What it means: This would require courts to notify the state attorney general of any constitutional challenges to state laws.Proposition 5What will be on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment on professional sports teams’ charitable foundations conducting charitable raffles.”What it means: It would expand the definition of a “professional sports team,” giving more team-connected foundations the ability to hold charitable raffles.Proposition 6What will be on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of all or part of the residence homestead of the surviving spouse of a first responder who is killed or fatally injured in the line of duty.”What it means: This would give property tax exemptions to surviving spouses of first responders killed in the line of duty.Proposition 7What will be on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment relating to legislative authority to permit credit unions and other financial institutions to award prizes by lot to promote savings.”What it means: It would allow banks and other financial institutions to conduct promotional activities — such as raffles — to encourage savings.last_img read more

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Magnetic materials unusual heating effect could fry cancer cells at the perfect

first_img © 2015 Phys.org This graph shows the abrupt change in hysteresis loss near the material’s Curie temperature, which occurs because the material’s magnetism undergoes a phase change from ferromagnetism to paramagnetism. At a critical temperature, the material becomes fully paramagnetic and its hysteresis loss abruptly drops to zero, so that the material stays at the critical temperature and physically cannot get any hotter. Credit: Barati, et al. ©2014 AIP Publishing As its temperature approaches its Curie temperature, the material’s magnetism begins to undergo a phase change from ferromagnetism to paramagnetism. A paramagnetic material has magnetism that is temporarily induced by an applied magnetic field, but, unlike a ferromagnetic material, it does not retain its magnetism when the field is removed. Journal information: Applied Physics Letters (Phys.org)—When exposed to a varying magnetic field, some conductive materials undergo a temperature increase of about 3-5 K over several minutes. This effect is called induction heating, and it occurs because small electric currents cause heating due to resistance. Now in a new study, scientists have found that, under the same conditions, the temperature of a certain magnetic material increases by more than 20 K in less than a minute—and then abruptly stops and does not increase any further. The large, self-regulated heating power occurs at just the right temperature to potentially enable it to be used as a safe and effective form of hyperthermia treatment of cancer cells. Explore further The phase change from ferromagnetism to paramagnetism in La-Fe-Si-H is somewhat unusual in that the two phases coexist for a few degrees just below 319 K. The most important effect of the phase coexistence in La-Fe-Si-H is that it causes a very large hysteresis loss, which is what leads to the extraordinary heating effect. However, when the temperature reaches 319 K, the material becomes fully paramagnetic. At this point, its large spontaneous magnetism and hysteresis loss abruptly drop to zero, as does the heating effect. The material stays at 319 K and physically cannot get any hotter.As the researchers explain, the phase coexistence is due to La-Fe-Si-H being a “first-order phase transition material.” In contrast, in second-order phase transition materials, the two phases do not coexist, resulting in a much smaller heating power.The large heating power and its abrupt decrease at the Curie point make La-Fe-Si-H a promising candidate for cancer treatment based on hyperthermia. The material’s heating power of 522 W/g demonstrated here is more than an order of magnitude larger than that of second-order phase transition ferromagnetic materials, and possibly the largest of any ferromagnetic material to date with a Curie temperature near human body temperature. It also approaches the recommended value of approximately 1 kW/g for hyperthermia treatment, and does so under nearly biocompatible conditions.The scientists also note that these heat effects have an interesting historical significance. Emil Warburg, a physicist in the late 1800s and early 1900s, is widely credited with discovering the heat dissipation associated with magnetic hysteresis. Although he was not the first to observe the magnetocaloric effect, many articles on the subject have incorrectly credited him with doing so. The new paper bridges these two areas.”In our study, we bring the research fields of magnetocaloric materials and hysteretic dissipation together, utilizing Warburg’s hysteresis in the region of phase coexistence around the Curie temperature of a first order magnetocaloric material,” Sandeman said. This graph shows the very large and self-regulated heating effect of La-Fe-Si-H (near the therapeutic temperature for cancer treatment) compared to another conductive material, magnetite. Credit: Barati, et al. ©2014 AIP Publishing More information: M. R. Barati, et al. “Extraordinary induction heating effect near the first order Curie transition.” Applied Physics Letters. DOI: 10.1063/1.4900557 Gadolinium-based material that can be cooled by varying magnetic field Citation: Magnetic material’s unusual heating effect could fry cancer cells at the perfect temperature (2015, February 20) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-02-magnetic-material-unusual-effect-cancer.html The researchers, led by Professor Kiyonori Suzuki at Monash University, Australia, and Professor Karl G. Sandeman at CUNY-Brooklyn College, US, and Imperial College London, UK, have published their paper on the extraordinary heating effect of the magnetic material in a recent issue of Applied Physics Letters. The material, La-Fe-Si-H, is a well-known magnetocaloric material, meaning it heats up when exposed to a magnetic field. La-Fe-Si-H is also ferromagnetic at room temperature, so that its magnetic dipoles align with an applied magnetic field and remain aligned even when the magnetic field is removed. This magnetic retention is an example of hysteresis, an effect in which the present state of a system is influenced by its past states. The scientists explain that the large heating power of La-Fe-Si-H is primarily due to the presence of thermomagnetic hysteresis near its Curie temperature.However, the most significant property of the material is arguably not its large heating power, but its abrupt change in heating power, which is unmatched by any material of its kind. The large heating effect stops just short of the temperatures that could damage healthy cells. As the scientists explain, the abrupt change in heating occurs because of the way that the material’s magnetic behavior changes as its temperature increases. The large hysteresis in La-Fe-Si-H occurs only up to a few degrees below its Curie temperature, which for this material is 319 K (46 °C, 115 °F). This temperature, which is about 21 K above room temperature, lies in the ideal temperature range required for effective yet safe hyperthermia therapy. 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.last_img read more

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Bengal gets its first pet park in New Town

first_imgKolkata: Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation ( HIDCO) has set up state’s first pet park in New Town.A longish stretch around 400m adjoining Rosedale Housing Complex has been converted into a pet park with lash green grass and tall net fencing. The park will be maintained by the local residents. Some pet owners approached HIDCO to set up a pet park at the site. They approached the senior officials of HIDCO who in turn accepted their project. “It is a citizen driven project and the park will be maintained by the residents,” said Debashis Sen, chairman of HIDCO. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAs pets are now allowed in parks in Kolkata and New Town, pet owners find it extremely difficult to get an area where they can take their pets out. They cannot be taken out on the streets because of heavy traffic. Pets need exercise and taking them for walk keeps them healthy. Swapan Bhattacharya, a pet trainer, welcomed the move and said in every metropolitan city there are parks where pets are allowed. “Every year dog shows are being held in and around Kolkata and the numbers of large breed dogs such as Great Dane, GSD, Lbrador, Afgan Hound, French and English Mastiff and St. Bernard are going up. It is necessary to take these animals out for walks everyday.” New Town Kolkata Development Authority ( NKDA) has already opened a clinic, crèche and burial ground for pets at Action Area 3. Due to shortage of burial ground the pet owners find it difficult to bury their beloved pets. There is a burial ground at the Veterinary Hospital in Belgachia. The opening of a proper crèche has been welcomed by pet lovers.last_img read more

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Costa Rica seeks more Russian tourists

first_imgCosta Rica will eliminate the visa requirement for citizens of the Russian Federation as a measure to increase tourism and investments from that country, immigration and tourism officials said on Monday.The measure will allow a maximum stay of up to 30 days that can be extended for up to 90 days for each Russian citizen.The decree already was approved and will be published in coming days in the official newspaper La Gaceta, Tourism Minister Allan Flores said.The number of Russian tourists currently visiting Costa Rica is low: Only 4,146 tourists from that country entered Costa Rica in 2013, Flores said.A study by the Costa Rican Tourism Board last year said Russian tourists who would be interested in visiting the country have incomes of more than $120,000 a year. They usually travel with their families and spend up to $5,000 during an average 11-day visit.Flores also said that at least two Russian airlines are evaluating offering special flights to Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport in Alajuela and Daniel Oduber International Airport in the northwestern province of Guanacaste. Some of the flights would connect via the Dominican Republic and Havana, Cuba.Previously, Russian citizens interested in visiting Costa Rica could request their visas only at the Costa Rican Consulate in Moscow, which for residents in other parts of that country meant long traveling distances.According to the World Tourism Organization, Russia ranks as the fifth largest source of global tourists, which makes it an attractive source for the Costa Rican market, Flores said. Facebook Comments Related posts:Singing animals will ‘save the Americans’ (and the Canadians) in a new Costa Rica tourism ad campaign Costa Rica TV spot competes in World Tourism Organization contest Tourists in Costa Rica now can board cruise ships in Limón Tourism businesses promote Costa Rica in Europe this weeklast_img read more

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first_imgTravellers from Asia Pacific are filling up their passport pages at a faster rate than their global counterparts and are now leading the world in leisure travel, according to Visa’s Global Travel Intentions Study 2015 (“Study”).The Study shows that travellers from the Asia Pacific region took more leisure trips in the past two years than any of the other countries surveyed, with more than eight in 10 (84 percent) of those in the region having travelled solely for leisure in that time, well ahead of the global average of 76 percent, including the Americas (79 percent) and Europe (81 percent).The Study also found leisure travel to be most prevalent among the affluent (88 percent) and among 36 to 44 year olds (80 percent).On average, Asia Pacific travellers who took part in the Study made six international trips in the past two years, three of which were for leisure. In addition, according to the Study findings, Asia Pacific travellers are the most likely to mix business with leisure while overseas.Twenty-two percent of Asia Pacific travellers say their most recent trip was for business and leisure, ahead of the global average of 16 percent.Vivian Pan, senior director of cross-border and channel marketing, Visa Asia Pacific, said, “Asia Pacific is an extremely well-connected region, and going abroad for leisure travel holds a special appeal for Asia Pacific travellers as they are keen to explore new places and gain new international experiences.“This love of international travel, coupled with rising disposable personal incomes, has led to travellers from this region driving the increased desire for more trips, leading to more travel spending.”In the past two years, the global survey showed travellers from Singapore took the most leisure trips (95 percent), followed by those from Hong Kong (92 percent), South Korea (90 percent) and Malaysia (90 percent).Future Travel Spending from Asia PacificFuture spending on international leisure travel from Asia Pacific travellers looks bright for the travel industry as well, with Asia Pacific leading globally with the sharpest rise in terms of likelihood to spend more (71 percent), followed by the Americas (66 percent) and Europe (56 percent).According to the Study, respondents from Asia Pacific indicated that their travel spend for their next trip is likely to average US$3,501.Travellers from China, India and Australia are likely to be the top spenders from Asia Pacific countries on their their next trip, (US$4,501 each), which ranks them third globally behind travellers from the United States and Saudi Arabia (US$5,501 each). Read the full study results hereSource = Visalast_img read more

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You’ll often be separated from your big luggage, but if you keep your most precious items close, at the very least you’ll always have cash, and the means to get home. Related7 tips for safer travels7 don’t-miss tips for staying safe on your travels.10 ways to deal with lost luggageIt can happen to anyone, even airline bosses. So following the admission by Alaska Airlines CEO, Brad Tilden, that his own airline failed to get his luggage to the same airport as him, Skyscanner offers 10 top airline luggage tips.15 safety tips for Brazil; how to avoid trouble on your travelsOur Brazilian team share their tips on how to stay safe in Brazil and avoid street crime None of us wants to think the worst of our fellow man, but unfortunately, on occasion, the unsuspecting and unprepared traveller does fall victim to a bag-nicking, money-pinching thief. 6. Lock it UpYou may think your bags will be safe in your hotel or hostel but why take a chance? 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Israelis expelled for trying to stay in the north

first_imgCyprus has expelled some 40 Israeli tourists who arrived in Larnaca on Monday on their way to northern Cyprus.According to the Times of Israel, the 39 tourists were detained at the airport after they told the authorities they were planning to travel to the north where they would be staying.They flew back to Israel on Tuesday.The Cypriot embassy in Israel was quoted as telling local media that “Any tourist who arrives in Cyprus with the aim of vacationing in the territories occupied by Turkey is breaking Cypriot law and risks being returned to his country of departure.”Non-EU nationals arriving in Cyprus are asked to state their place of residence in the government-controlled areas during their visit.If they state they intend on staying in property belonging to Greek Cypriots in the north, they are denied entry. Officers at the airport have lists with this property, prepared by the foreign ministry, with the name of each hotel, and the area they are located in, in the north.Ynetnews.com reported that the group had been forewarned by the Israeli embassy in Cyprus not to try to cross over, but did so anyway.The ban was suspended for 15 days in September after a similar incident.The government had been forced to suspend the rule after police at Larnaca airport turned back 50 people – 35 Israelis and 15 Lebanese nationals.The Israelis got to stay after the intervention of the country’s embassy and the suspension of the measure. You May LikeYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndoAuto Enthusiast | Search AdsSo Much Luxury Packed In These Vehicles – And They Are Surprisingly AffordableAuto Enthusiast | Search AdsUndoLiverMD | SupplementFamous Doctor Recommends Liver Health SolutionLiverMD | SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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