Simon CharlandAPTN NewsIndigenous language advocates and speakers from around the world gathered at the 2019 International Conference on Indigenous Languages in Victoria, B.C., this week.“It was really important to bring our language champions from across British Columbia, Canada, and around the globe to celebrate and to hold each other up,” said Tracy Herbert of the First People Culture Council, which organized the event.“We also wanted an opportunity to share our gifts with each other, because there is some amazing work in language revitalization going on. And often when we get together this can really spark innovation that we can take home to our communities.”More than 1,000 delegates attended from over 20 countries.The conference heard 40 per cent of an estimated 6,700 languages spoken across the globe are in danger of being lost.But Lorna Williams of the University of Victoria said in Canada Indigenous youth are taking an interest in learning their languages.“It’s people everywhere who are feeling uplifted by their language, and who are willing to do something about keeping their languages alive,” she said.In its 2019 budget, the federal government announced $334 million in funding over five years under Bill C-91, the Indigenous Languages Act that was passed into law just last week. But it hasn’t yet decided how the money will be spent.The new law legislates some protections and supports for Indigenous languages – many of which are at risk of being lost – but has been criticized for not going far enough.Inuit have asked for Inuktut to be made an official language in Nunavut, and the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has called for all Indigenous languages to be afforded the same legal status and protections as English and French.“Gatherings like this conference are important for sharing best practices – listen and learn from each other,” said Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde. “Your efforts to ensure that our Indigenous languages remain living languages matters immensely.”Williams said Canadians have a role to play, too, in Indigenous languages revitalization.“Each Canadian should be learning and knowing the language that their forebears came to, and where they now exist. And that’s what I urge every Canadian to do,” she email@example.com
Taroudant – The Moroccan resort city of Ifrane will host from February 28 to March2, 2014 the 2nd annual Ifrane Snow Festival, according to the Moroccan daily Le Matin. The Association “Tourtite” for the promotion of cultural, artistic, sports, and touristism activities and the preservation of the heritage of mountain towns will organize the event in collaboration with the Province of Ifrane which aims to promote the tourism potential of the city.Known as “Little Switzerland,” the Moroccan town of Ifrane will organize the “snow princess” contest to crown “Miss Snow Ifrane 2014,” to highlight the Amazigh region’s diverse culture. This year’s program includes a children’s village complete with a playground and various children’s entertainment activities, an exhibition of local products by various local cooperatives, and medical ? mobile centers? for the benefit of people in rural areas.The event will also feature activities to increase awareness of environmental issues and instill the principles of environmental protection in the minds of the local population and tourists to maintain the city’s ranking as the second cleanest city in the world.Zineb Azira, a litle girl, was crowned Miss Snow of Ifrane at the first Ifrane snow festival held in early February, 2013. The event attracted thousands of visitors, both from Morocco and abroad.Perched on the heights of the Middle Atlas Mountain range in Morocco, the town of Ifrane is a cool resort for Moroccan families and tourist during summer, and a popular winter destination for ski-lovers in winter.Edited by Elisabeth Myers© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or or redistributed
Rabat –A Moroccan woman has been sentenced to flogging and imprisonment after she has allegedly been caught by Saudi Arabian police while offering sex services for money.The court in the Province of Taif has reportedly sentenced the Moroccan woman, a current resident of Saudi Arabia, to four months in prison, flogging and a fine estimated at SAR1000 ($267 U.S. ), as well as the seizure of her cell phone and deporting her to Morocco over adultery charges, according to Erem News.According to the same source, the 40-year-old suspect was arrested after a Saudi Arabian citizen reported her to the country’s Islamic religious police for offering herself to him. The Moroccan woman was apparently chatting with the Saudi Arabian man via Whatsapp, when she reportedly offered her services for a sum of money estimated at SAR 500 ($133 U.S.).The man expressed his undoubted acceptance of her offer and arranged a date. Meanwhile, he secretly coordinated with the Islamic religious police in order to arrest her red-handed, offering herself against money.After having been detained for questioning, the Moroccan woman admitted to offering sex services to Saudi Arabian men for money, stressing that the need of money pushed her to work as a prostitute.During the inspection process, the Islamic religious police detected some pictures of her as well as a sum of money estimated at SAR 1500 ($400 U.S.) in her bag.
Over the medium term, the industry is poised to achieve the target of attracting over 2.5 million tourists and the tourist spending target to USD 150 per night by 2016 by facilitated high end tourists and infrastructure.Following many notable achievements during the past two years, the Sri Lankan economy is likely to experience a year of moderation and consolidation in 2012, the bank said in the report. (Colombo Gazette) President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Monday reiterated that he stands committed to protect the human rights of his people.Speaking at the launch of the annual report of the country’s Central Bank, President Rajapaksa said that the government is also keen to ensure the peace which was achieved after 30 years of war is sustained. Sri Lanka will in May celebrate three years since the LTTE was defeated by the military after a bloody final battle which saw thousands killed on both sides. Rajapaksa said that 30 years of war saw Sri Lanka’s economy taking a beating but with the end of the conflict the economy has grown to record levels.He said that while the world economy was suffering, Sri Lanka’s economy had grown to 8.3 percent last year and this included rapid economic growth in the war affected north and east of the country.Among the most notable factors in the Central Bank report was the improvements seen in the tourism sector last year. The Sri Lankan government has refused to give in to pressure to allow an international independent investigation to take place in Sri Lanka on the final war.“The solution to our problems will be a domestic solution. Our commitment to protect the human rights of our people is second to no other country,” the President said. The Tourism industry expanded substantially in 2011 both in terms of arrivals and earnings, major international hotel chains are being established in Sri Lanka while several reputed airlines have added Sri Lanka among their destinations. A UN report however accused the government of violating humanitarian laws in its efforts to defeat the rebels which resulted in thousands of civilians being also killed.
He says working towards one Sri Lankan identity is the only solution to any issue in the North or South of the country. Wickremesinghe says the UNP is of the firm view that any person belonging to any race or religion has the freedom to promote their culture and traditions. The UNP leader is in Jaffna to campaign in support of the UNP candidates contesting the September 21 elections.Yesterday he met the Jaffna Bishop as well as civil society members in Jaffna. (Colombo Gazette) Opposition United National Party (UNP) leader Ranil Wickremesinghe says the Tamils in the North should be able to live a dignified life with their human rights protected.Speaking at an election rally in Jaffna, the UNP leader said that northern and southern extremism is not the solution for any issue.
The investigation is into deaths at the Countess of Chester HospitalTwo of the deaths being investigated or reviewed by police are of babies who died at other hospitals after collapsing at the Countess of Chester.The RCPCH review found no obvious factor which linked the deaths.Ian Harvey, Countess of Chester Hospital Medical Director, said: “Approaching the police is not something we have undertaken lightly. This is to ensure we have been completely thorough in understanding what has happened here and to get the answers we and the families so desperately want.”Cheshire Police said that the investigation was in the “very early stages”. A spokesman added: “There are no individuals under suspicion or arrest at the stage.”Sarah Ratcliffe, of Pryers Solicitors who are acting on behalf of one of the families, said: “Clearly the death of any child is a tragedy, but this is exacerbated in circumstances where questions remain unanswered. The deaths of fifteen babies born at a single hospital are being investigated by police as it emerges that no tests were carried out to see if they had been poisoned.The Countess of Chester Hospital Foundation Trust asked officers to investigate after a number of independent reviews were unable to explain a higher than usual number of babies collapsing and dying on their unit between June 2015 and July 2016.The probe will focus on the deaths of eight babies but will also review seven further deaths and six non-fatal collapses.The announcement comes just months after the publication of a report into the high death rate by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) which made 24 recommendations for improvement.One area of concern identified by the panel was that although most of the infants had undergone a post mortem “these did not include systematic tests for toxicology, blood electrolytes or blood sugar since the infants died in hospital”.Toxicology tests are not routine, but are often used when a cause of death cannot be established and would show any drugs or chemicals in the system. The RCPCH report, which found “no definitive explanation” for the deaths, also warned that staffing levels on the ward were “inadequate” with significant gaps in medical and nursing rotas and insufficient staffing for the provision of longer term high dependency and some intensive care.The Countess of Chester stopped treating premature babies born after less than 32 weeks’ gestation as soon as concerns were raised over the death rate in July 2016, at the same time they commissioned the report. A spokesman said: “The Trust and its doctors have continuing concerns about the unexplained deaths and are very keen to understand that everything possible has been done to help determine the causes of death in our neonatal unit between June 2015 and June 2016.“As a hospital we have taken the clinical review as far as we can. We have now asked for the input of Cheshire Police to seek assurances that enable us to rule out unnatural causes of death.”Two babies died on the unit in 2013 and there were three deaths in 2014.But eight deaths were recorded in 2015. And in 2016, up until June, five babies died on the unit. 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. “However, we are reassured that all steps are now being taken to investigate these deaths in their entirety, and we are hopeful that the investigation can provide some answers for the families of these children.“ We have never lost sight of the families left bereaved by the loss of their baby and they will continue to be our main concernIan Harvey, Countess of Chester Hospital medical director
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. But while forecasters think the sunny spell will last into the coming bank holiday weekend, they cannot guarantee it will endure throughout it, or into next week’s half term holiday.Alex Burkill, meteorologist at the Met Office, told the Telegraph: “We’re going to see a lot of fine weather and temperatures are going to turn pretty warm indeed.“On Monday most of England and Wales will have fine weather and lots of sunshine.“Twenty-five or 26 degrees looks likely.”He said that a little cloud midweek would have a slight cooling effect but that most of the country would still see temperatures in the low 20s. Britons will be able to swap their umbrellas for sun cream this week as the country looks set for the best weather of the year with temperatures hitting the high 20s.Met Office officials are promising uninterrupted warm, dry, sunny weather with the highest temperatures since September by the end of the week.The south-east of England will bask in highs in the high twenties on Thursday and Friday. He said: “Then on Thursday and Friday there’ll be a good deal of sunshine to end the week. High 20s looks likely. We’re definitely in suncream territory”The south-east of the UK will enjoy the best of the weather, driven by a high pressure system coming up from Spain, but the Midlands and East Anglia will also be warm and sunny.Mr Burkill said: “It seems though that the weather knows it’s a bank holiday. The warm weather is likely to stay with us unto the bank holiday, but looks likely to break down over the three days. “It’s just a shame that it’s next week that’s half term.”He said this week would be the warmest since September 2016.The news will come as a relief after recent wet stormy weather which led to flooding and left millions wondering when the summer would finally arrive.Only last week two inches of rain fell in a single day on Wednesday. It came after the hottest temperatures of the year so far were recorded in Gravesend on Tuesday, but whereas last week highs came with humid discomfort the week ahead looks set to be clear skied.The Met Office prediction will be music to the ears of sports fans looking forward to a bumper Saturday, with Arsenal and Chelsea facing off in the FA Cup final at Wembley, Twickenham playing host to the final of the Rugby Union Premiership, and Eoin Morgan leading his one-day side out at the Rose Bowl in the second of their three games against South Africa.The prediction for early June is less certain, with showers and high winds expected.
“I want to be angry that your job took you away from us but I know you loved it and always wanted to keep everyone safe, especially me.”We are all feeling so very lost without you but we are trying to be as brave as you were.”You loved to go on adventures and find new places to explore. If there was a mountain to climb, you’d be there at the top. Bike rides and long walks, you loved it all. Never still, never down, so full of life.”My heart is broken without you my sweetheart but my god I feel so lucky that it was me you chose to share your amazing life with.”Although we were married for only 28 days before you were cruelly taken away from me, my husband you were perfect. Andrew Harper had only been married for four weeks when he died In a statement issued after his death, she said: “We had so many plans for the future, you wanted to do it all. My darling boy I do not know how I will be able to survive without you. Detectives investigating the murder of police constable, Andrew Harper in Berkshire last month, have charged three more people in connection with his death.Prosecutors said they had authorised Thames Valley Police to charge Henry Long, 18, and two 17-year-old boys with murder and conspiracy to steal a quad bike on 15 August 2019.They have also charged 21-year-old Thomas King, with conspiracy to steal a quad bike. They are due to appear at Reading magistrates court on Thursday.Last month Jed Foster, 20, from Reading appeared in court after being charged with murder and conspiracy to steal a quad bike.Pc Harper was killed just four weeks after he married his fiance, Lissie, who described him as the “kindest, loveliest, most selfless person you will ever meet”.He had been attending a reported break-in with a fellow officer in Sulhamstead on August 15, when he was allegedly struck by a car and dragged along the ground.A post-mortem examination concluded that he died of multiple injuries.In an emotional tribute to her childhood sweetheart Mrs Harper said her heart was broken after the death of her “darling boy”. 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.
(The following COMMENTARY on the controversial Parking Meter contract was written by Dr. Leslie Ramsammy)Given the expose, the Parking Meter Contract must be revoked, a bi-partisan Commission of Inquiry instituted immediately and, based on its findings, relevant charges instituted. The Mayor and others must resign with immediate effect and the Town Clerk fired. APNU+AFC must recognize that this is not business as usual and it is confronting not its political adversary – the PPP – but confronting the PEOPLE of Guyana.APNU+AFC must understand that its instruction to suspend fines and clamping and to reduce hourly parking rates are weak, inadequate and woefully inappropriate responses to an overt corrupt and criminal deal. Immediate contract revocation and criminal investigation must be the starting point.Dr Leslie RamsammyThere is an overt strategy to misrepresent and obfuscate the issue. Granger and his sycophants want people to believe the national outrage is driven only by the high and unaffordable parking rates and the draconian fines and punishments, including wheel clamping. Frighteningly troubling, Granger and APNU+AFC’s belated action instructing the Mayor and the City Council (M&CC) and Smart City Solutions to suspend fines and clamping and reduce parking rates and, shockingly, to now start consultations, only increase their own shameful complicity in this scandal.While the parking rates and punishments are important factors in the national outrage, people were even more infuriated by the non-accountability and secrecy of the deal, non-compliance with national procurement requirements, the 50 to 100 years monopoly given to the company, the 80% share going to Smart City Solutions, the agreement to refund all expenses and claims of losses by Smart City Solutions and 25% of the projected revenue for each year of the contract (49 years) should the contract be terminated, the suspicion that people were bribed and the recent scurrilous remarks of Cush. While it is true that the initial complains came from political players like the PPP and Sherod Duncan in his capacity as the Deputy Mayor and Bisram Kuppen as a City Councilor, the outrage took on a people’s movement as the rates actually kicked in earlier in January.This is not just a case of a bad deal, one where the Mayor and City Council were out-negotiated and it is not a simple case of bad judgment. This was a deal concocted from within the belly of corruption from the start. Cush used his connection in APNU to bring in Smart City Solutions and there is suspicion that “bigly” benefits flowed to many. The Parking Meter Contract is a crime against the State and the Guyanese people. Guyana is not new to corrupt deals, but the Parking Meter Deal ranks high as one of the most corrupt deals ever in our history. The corrupt “House for a Medical Warehouse” fiasco early last year pales in comparison to the stench the Parking Meter Contract oozes.No amount of political bias is enough to hide the odious stench that pours out of it. APNU+AFC and the M&CC expected initially that the public will view the objections as another false allegation made by the PPP to score political points. Like all the other charges of corruption, such as the medical warehouse scandal, APNU+AFC and its sycophant M&CC thought it would soon dissipate and people will forget. They had hoped that the people will settle down and forget the sandal if APNU+AFC invokes the PPP bogey man spreading false information.But there is something like a bridge too far. As the objection by the PPP, Sherod Duncan, Councilor Kuppen and the Private Sector intensified, Granger and APNU+AFC agreed to have a Cabinet review of the contract, but maintained that the contract will stay in place because APNU+AFC will not interfere with the business of the M&CC. When the Minister of Communities and APNU+AFC allowed the Parking Meters to take effect in January, they did so with the full knowledge of the circumstances and details of the contract, after all the contract had a cabinet review. When APNU+AFC stood by and allowed the implementation of parking meters they had the by-laws and either ignored or approved it.They had not considered the national outrage once the parking meters and the high rates kicked in. Ordinary Guyanese came out, not in partisan political protest, but resisting the authoritarian imposition of the M&CC with Smart City Solutions, with the total complicity of Granger and APNU+AFC.Granger dubs the fiasco as stupidity on the part of the M&CC. The AFC in a desperate effort to extricate itself now wants people to accept that Duncan was speaking for them. But none of them in the AFC supported Duncan and none of them questioned the deal in public, until now. Did anyone of them raised any objection at Cabinet? It is self-serving sanctimonious beating of the chest now to pretend innocence and outrage. Trotman is on record saying that APNU+AFC will not interfere in the contract arrangement between Smart City Solutions and M&CC. Ramjattan and Nagamootoo treated the allegation of corruption as another example of PPP crying wolf.As long as the allegation pertained to no advertisement, no tender etc. APNU+AFC and the M&CC expected that people would dismiss the whole thing as another false PPP allegation. They had not anticipated that people would express their rage so overtly, so vociferously, so determined. Freedom is a contagious thing and the Burnham/PNC authoritarianism cannot survive when people feel oppressed. The Parking Meter Sandal will not go away because APNU+AFC bends a little. They have to repudiate the Parking Meter Contract, nothing less. They have to charge people, nothing less. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedSuspension of parking meter contract a trick to end protests – RamsammyMarch 17, 2017In “Opinion”APNU/AFC more than complicit in Parking Meter corruption- RamsammyFebruary 24, 2017In “latest news”Ramsammy accuses Harmon of trying to insult intelligence of GuyaneseMarch 12, 2017In “Opinion”
Yes (561) WITH ST PATRICK’S Day just two days away, some Irish Ministers are already on their way abroad to celebrate the national holiday.Taoiseach Enda Kenny spent yesterday in Washington DC, where he met US President Barack Obama for the annual shamrock ceremony. He’s heading to Boston today.Meanwhile, Minister Alex White is going to Moscow as part of the government’s St Patrick’s Day ‘Promote Ireland’ programme.There are 28 Ministers visiting a total of 36 cities across 23 countries around the world under this programme. While some see it as a positive way to promote Ireland, others criticise the trips as expensive junkets.What do you think: Does it benefit Ireland to have Ministers travel abroad for St Patrick’s Day? YesNoVote No (2294) Poll Results:
Celebrating Purim in San Diego KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter March 20, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Posted: March 20, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Jewish holiday of Purim begins Wednesday, March 20th and Rabbi Devorah Markus stopped by Good Morning San Diego to discuss the holiday.Rabbi Markus said the festival of Purim is celebrated every year on the 14th of the Hebrew month of Adar, which is late winter or early spring. Purim 2019 begins on Wednesday night, March 20, and continues through Thursday, March 21st.According to Rabbi Markus it commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia from Haman’s plot “to destroy, kill and annihilate all the Jews, young and old, infants and women, in a single day.
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Javed PatwariThe inspector general of police (IGP) Mohammad Javed Patwari on Monday said the Cyber Crime Monitoring Unit of the police headquarters will be strengthened for patrolling cyber-crimes, including the spread of rumours through social media, news agency UNB reports.He came up with the remarks while briefing reporters at the police headquarters on the security measures taken for the Mourning Day to be observed on 15 August and ahead of Eid-ul-Azha to be celebrated on 22 August.The unit will be strengthened comprising members from other units, including the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Special Branch (SB) and Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI), said the IGP.Besides, he said, the district police have been directed to form cybercrime monitoring unit in each district.He said several hundred online news portals which spread rumours during the student protests have been identified and a total of 21 cases filed in this connection. “No one will be spared,” warned the IGP.About security measure for the National Mourning day on 15 August and celebration of the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha, the police boss said they have taken extensive security measures for smooth observance of the National Mourning Day as well as a safe and uninterrupted celebration of the Eid.He also said instructions have already given to remain alert and keep vigil to avert any untoward incident during the two programmes.Asked about the current status of fugitive Bangabandhu killers, the IGP said they came to know that one of the killers is now staying in Canada and another is in the USA.”The hideouts of others couldn’t be confirmed as they’ve been changing their locations fast,” he further said.
n this photograph taken on February 9, 2017, Pakistani caretaker at the UNESCO World Heritage archeological site of Mohenjo Daro, Ismail Mugheri, points out a two-story well used to collect drinking water at the site some 425 kms north of Karachi. AFPThe centre of a powerful ancient civilisation, Mohenjo Daro was one of the world’s earliest cities — a Bronze Age metropolis boasting flush toilets and a water and waste system to rival many in modern Pakistan.Some 5,000 years on archaeologists believe the ruins could unlock the secrets of the Indus Valley people, who flourished around 3,000 BC in what is now India and Pakistan before mysteriously disappearing.But they warn, if nothing is done to protect the ruins — already neglected and worn by time — it will fade to dust and obscurity, never taking its rightful place in history.”Everybody knows Egypt, nobody knows Mohenjo Daro, this has to be changed,” says Dr Michael Jansen, a German researcher working at the sun-baked site on the banks of the Indus river in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province.Jansen is at the forefront of a new effort to promote the site internationally while finding ways to protect what is left.In summer temperatures can soar above 46 degrees Celsius (115 Fahrenheit). “There is enormous thermo-stress,” says Jansen, adding that salt from the underground water table is also damaging the ruins.But it’s more than just the weather and time. Pakistan’s bloody fight against militancy has also raised the spectre of destruction by an Islamist group, much like Islamic State destroyed the ruins in Syria’s Palmyra.n this photograph taken on February 9, 2017, Pakistani caretaker at the UNESCO World Heritage archeological site of Mohenjo Daro, Ismail Mugheri, points out a two-story well used to collect drinking water at the site some 425 kms north of Karachi. AFPMost horrifying, however, is the wanton disregard for Mohenjo Daro — or “mound of the dead” — by ordinary citizens.In 2014 police stood atop the main stupa as hundreds of people swarmed the site to, ironically, commemorate Pakistan’s cultural heritage — complete with scaffolding, dancing, fireworks, heavy spotlights and lasers.Sardar Ali Shah, cultural minister in Sindh province, vowed never to let such a thing happen again.”It’s like you are jumping on the bed bed of a 5,000-year-old ailing patient,” he tells AFP.Yet today curious visitors still roam the remains with impunity, many leaving rubbish in the once pristine-streets and wells.’Foreigners are afraid’Jansen and his Friends of Mohenjo Daro society aim to promote the site internationally, with plans to recruit Pakistanis around the world for conferences, seminars and debates.Dr Kaleem Lashari, chief consultant to the Pakistani government over Mohenjo Daro, said they will also digitally archive the Indus script — which has never been deciphered — in hopes that making it accessible will increase the site’s profile.n this photograph taken on February 9, 2017, Pakistani caretaker at the UNESCO World Heritage archeological site of Mohenjo Daro, Ismail Mugheri, points out a two-story well used to collect drinking water at the site some 425 kms north of Karachi. AFPAt the site itself, he said, technical reviews are being held to examine the water logging issue and other ways to shore up the ruins, while exploring new, modern technology that allows researchers to ascertain what lies beneath the surface in the portions of the city not yet excavated.But, Lashari says, perhaps the biggest challenge remains Pakistan’s international image, tarnished by extremism, corruption, poverty, and insecurity.”Foreigners are afraid to visit Pakistan and the site because of the chronic issue of law and order,” he warns.All roads lead to equality?The issues he cites underscore unsettling differences between modern day Pakistan and the civilisation found among the ruins.At their peak during the Bronze Age, the Indus Valley people are believed to have numbered up to five million, with Mohenjo Daro their largest and most advanced settlement.Clay and metallic seals, coins, standardised weighing stones, gold and bronze ornaments, toys and whistles — the bric-a-brac of ancient lives have revealed volumes about thriving Indus trade and commerce.n this photograph taken on February 9, 2017, Pakistani caretaker at the UNESCO World Heritage archeological site of Mohenjo Daro, Ismail Mugheri, points out a two-story well used to collect drinking water at the site some 425 kms north of Karachi. AFPThe layout of the city itself suggests an egalitarian people more concerned with cleanliness than hierarchy, says Dr Jonathan Mark Kenoyer of the University of Wisconsin.”In Mesopotamia, the streets went from the city to the palace … whereas in (Indus) cities all the streets were organised to allow access to the whole city,” he says.Mohenjo Daro had a complex water and waste management system which observers have wryly noted was better than in many parts of Pakistan today.Only a small portion of the site has been excavated properly, but the most important building appears not to have been a palace or a place of worship, but a massive public bath.Houses had tiled bathrooms and their own cylindrical brick wells, sometimes raised to the second floor to allow for a flush system.None of this, however,has yet explained why such a powerful, advanced and flourishing civilisation disappeared so abruptly around 1900 BC.Currently, there is no bid to excavate further among the plans being laid by Lashari and Jansen. “It is actually preserved when it is buried,” explains Harvard University’s Dr Richard Meadow.Despite their access to new technologies, that puts researchers in a quandary, especially as they try to understand what happened to the Indus people. As Jansen says, the “best way to learn information is to excavate”.But mysteries take time to solve: for now, the researchers say, they will settle for ensuring that Mohenjo Daro endures for a few centuries more.
Kolkata: India and Bangladesh have agreed to consider inclusion of Rupnarayan river (National Waterway-86) from Geonkhali to Kolaghat in Bengal in the protocol route and to declare Kolaghat as new Port of Call. The development came on Wednesday at the 19th edition of the Standing Committee meeting under ‘Protocol on Inland Water Transit and Trade’ (PIWTT) in New Delhi.Chilmari has been agreed to as a Port of Call in Bangladesh. The new arrangement will facilitate movement of flyash, cement, construction materials and the likes from India to Bangladesh through Inland Water Transportation (IWT) on Rupnarayan river. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeBoth sides agreed to declare Badarpur on river Barak (NW-16) as an extended Port of Call of Karimganj in Assam and Ghorasal of Ashuganj in Bangladesh on reciprocal basis. The Indian side proposed for extension of the protocol routes from Kolkata up to Silchar in Assam. In another critical understanding reached between the two countries, the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for movement of passengers and cruise vessels on Inland Protocol route and coastal shipping routes have been finalised. These river cruise services are likely to commence between Kolkata – Dhaka and Guwahati – Jorhat and back. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedIt was also agreed that a Joint Technical Committee will explore the technical feasibility of operationalisation of Dhulian-Rajshahi protocol route up to Aricha and the reconstruction and opening up of Jangipur navigational lock on river Bhagirathi subject to the provisions of the treaty between India and Bangladesh on sharing of Ganga Waters at Farakka,1996. This move has the potential to reduce the distance to Assam by more than 450 kms on the protocol routes. The meeting was attended by high level delegations from both sides including representatives of Ministries of Shipping, External Affairs, Home, Finance, Department of Development of North-Eastern Region (DONER) and Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) and officials from Bangladesh belonging to Ministry of Shipping, Board of Revenue, DG (Shipping) and Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA). The discussions ranged over various issues pertaining to the Protocol arrangements and improvement of inland water transportation (IWT) between the two countries. The two sides will hold Shipping Secretary level talks on October 25 in New Delhi.
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News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Mammography | February 22, 2017 Novel Breast Tomosynthesis Technique Reduces Screening Recall Rate New study finds combination of synthesized 2-D mammography with tomosynthesis also reduces false positive rate while minimizing downstream costs Related Content Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems February 22, 2017 — A new digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) technique has the potential to reduce the rate at which women are called back for additional examinations without sacrificing cancer detection, according to a new study published online in the journal Radiology.In 2011, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved DBT for use with full-field digital mammography (FFDM) in breast imaging. DBT uses a scanner that rotates partially around the breast, providing individual images of thin layers of tissue. When used with FFDM, DBT has been shown to improve cancer detection and reduce callbacks for additional examinations. However, the combination of the two methods requires a second radiation exposure to the breast, while also slightly increasing the time a patient spends in breast compression.Researchers at Christiana Care Health System’s Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute in Newark, Del., have been exploring a relatively new approach in which the DBT images are used to create a synthesized 2-D (s2D) compilation image. The method has the potential to render FFDM unnecessary.“The adoption of s2D mammography combined with DBT into screening programs would limit radiation exposure to the patient, and, on the basis of our results, may improve clinical performance,” said Jacqueline S. Holt, M.D., FACR, director of breast imaging at Christiana Care Health System’s Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute.Holt and colleagues set out to compare the clinical performance of DBT-s2D with that of DBT-FFDM and FFDM alone. As part of a community oncology program dedicated to breast imaging, the researchers were able to study 78,810 screening mammograms performed from 2011 to 2016. In the study group, 32,076 women were screened with FFDM, 30,561 women were screened using DBT-FFDM, and 16,173 women were screened using DBT-s2D. Performance was assessed by looking at recall rate, the cancer detection rate and positive predictive value (PPV), or the ability to predict if an image-detected abnormality is cancer.DBT-s2D’s recall rate was only 4.3 percent, compared with 5.8 percent for DBT-FFDM. Overall cancer detection rates were similar, but DBT-s2D detected 76.5 percent of invasive breast cancers, compared with 61.3 percent for DBT-FFDM. At 3.6 percent, the false positive rate for DBT-s2D was significantly lower than the 5.2 percent rate for DBT-FFDM. And the positive predictive value of biopsy for DBT-s2D was 40.8 percent, compared to 28.5 percent for DBT-FFDM.Holt described the findings as both encouraging and surprising, especially given the fact that, with DBT-s2D, the positive predictive value went up.“If synthesized 2-D imaging is performed, you’ll get equal or better patient outcomes and go to a lower radiation dose,” she said. “These findings could be a practice-changer globally.”The results of the study also suggest that adoption of s2D mammography combined with DBT into screening programs would reduce the number of false-positive findings — an important consideration in the age of value-based medicine.“The downstream cost reduction when women don’t need to be called back for additional imaging amounts to millions of healthcare dollars saved,” Holt said.Holt understands that radiologists may be wary of relying on the s2D image. Her advice for clinics is to gradually adopt the technology and track how they’re doing through an initial trial period during which the DBT-s2D approach is used side-by-side with the DBT-FFDM technique.“A lot of the controversy surrounding screening mammography is about false-positive findings,” Holt said. “With this method, we are addressing this issue, optimizing patient care and adding value.”For more information: www.pubs.rsna.org/radiologyReferencesHolt, J.S., Aujero, M.P., Gavenonis, S.C., Benjamin, R., et al. “Clinical Performance of Synthesized Two-dimensional Mammography Combined with Tomosynthesis in a Large Screening Population,” Radiology. Published online Feb. 21, 2017. DOI: 10.1148/radiol.2017162674 FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more News | Colonoscopy Systems | August 06, 2019 Rise in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Not Aligned With Screening Trends A new study finds that trends in colonoscopy rates did not fully align with the increase in colorectal cancer (CRC) in… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more
Microsoft released the version 2.6 of their popular deep learning framework, CNTK or Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, last week. CNTK v2.6 explores features such as an added .NET support, efficient group convolution, improved sequential convolution, more operators, and ONNX feature update among others. Added .Net Support The Cntk.Core.Managed library has now been converted to .Net Standard. It now supports .Net Core and .Net Framework applications on both Windows as well as Linux. .Net developers will now be able to restore CNTK Nuget packages. To restore the CNTK Nuget packages, use the new .Net SDK style project file with package management format set to PackageReference. Efficient group convolution With CNTK v2.6, the group convolution has been updated. The updated implementation uses cuDNN7 and MKL2017 APIs directly instead of having to create a sub-graph for group convolution (slicing and splicing). This leads to improved experience in terms of both performance and model size. Improved Sequential Convolution Sequential Convolution implementation has also been updated in CNTK v2.6. The new implementation creates a separate sequential convolution layer. This layer offers support for broader cases, such as, where stride > 1 for the sequence axis. So, if sequential convolution is performed over a batch of one-channel black-and-white images then these images will have the same fixed height of 640 with the width of variable lengths. The width is then represented by the sequential axis. More Operators More support has been added in CNTK v2.6 for operators such as depth_to_space and space_to_depth, Tan and Atan, ELU, and Convolution. depth_to_space and space_to_depth There are breaking changes in the depth_to_space and space_to_depth operators. These two operators are updated to match the ONNX specification. Tan and Atan Support has been added for trigonometric ops Tan and Atan. ELU Support added for alpha attribute in ELU op. Convolution The auto padding algorithms of Convolution have been updated to produce symmetric padding at best effort on CPU, without influencing the final convolution output values. This leads to an increase in the range of cases which could be covered by MKL API and also improves the performance, E.g. ResNet50. Updated ONNX CNTK’s ONNX import/export has been updated to support ONNX 1.2. A major update has been added on how the batch and sequence axes are handled in export and import. CNTK’s ONNX BatchNormalization op export/import has been updated to the latest spec. A model domain has been added to the ONNX model export. Support has also been added for exporting alpha attribute in ELU ONNX op. Change in Default arguments order There is a major updated to the arguments property in CNTK python API. The default behavior has been updated so now it returns the arguments in python order instead of in C++ order. Because of this, it will return arguments in the same order as they are fed into ops. Bug Fixes Improved input validation added for group convolution. Validation added for padding channel axis in convolution. Proper initialization added for ONNX TypeStrToProtoMap. The Min/Max import implementation has been updated to handle variadic inputs. There are even more updates that come with CNTK v2.6. For more information on those, check out the CNTK official release notes. Read Next The Deep Learning Framework Showdown: TensorFlow vs CNTK Deep Learning with Microsoft CNTK ONNX 1.3 is here with experimental function concept
Third generation of the Sullivan family ready to step up at Collette Share Tags: Collette, Promotions << Previous PostNext Post >> Travelweek Group Pawtucket, RI — Collette is celebrating its 100th anniversary with some historic news: Jaclyn Leibl-Cote is taking over as President and is on her way to becoming the third generation of the Sullivan family to head up the company as CEO.The succession plan will see Leibl-Cote working alongside her dad, current Collette CEO Dan Sullivan Jr., for the next several years.She will then become his successor and the third generation of the Sullivan family to occupy the role of CEO of Collette.The company notes that Leibl-Cote’s promotion “is significant not only to Collette, but to the travel industry as a whole. As a female President, she is one of very few women occupying senior leadership roles in the travel industry and serves as an inspiration to others.”Leibl-Cote started at Collette in 2005, working in the mail room as a teenager. Since then she has occupied many roles within the company, spending time in sales, working as a tour manager and tour designer, and most recently as the Executive Vice President of Product and Tour Management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Rhode Island and an MBA from Babson College.More news: Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureShe’s also an avid supporter of many nonprofit organizations and sits on the boards of Gennaro, Inc. and serves on the board of advisors for the Collette Foundation. Wednesday, June 20, 2018 Posted by
All of Fiji’s emergency services have been placed on full alert in anticipation of the arrival of Tropical Cyclone Tomas later tonight, Tourism Fiji said today.Fiji’s Disaster Management Authority (DISMAC) issued the alert as the cyclone is expected to hit tonight in the eastern corner of Vanua Levu in the north-east of the archipelago. The full force of the cyclone is not expected to strike until early tomorrow morning.TC Tomas is not expected to directly hit the main island of Viti Levu but the area will experience strong winds, heavy rain and huge seas in the next few days according to the Fiji Meteorological Service.Tourism Fiji CEO Josefa Tuamoto said hotels and resorts in the north-east had been taking all necessary precautionary steps as early as last Friday.These included making sure all properties were fully equipped with adequate food, water and emergency medical supplies and communication services.Airlines have also taken precautions, with Korean Air cancelling its Seoul-Nadi services today and tomorrow.Air Pacific has also postponed its flights ex-Auckland, Brisbane and Sydney until tomorrow. Air New Zealand and V-Australia have both cancelled all Fiji services until further notice. All cruise services operating in the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands have also been cancelled due to anticipated heavy seas, said Tuamoto.“We are very much in a holding pattern at this moment in time. We will be advising further on the situation as more information comes to hand,” he said. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.L
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