Nike x Stranger Things Collection Goes Back to the Summer of 85

first_img Best Sneakers of Summer 2019Nike Adds Self-Lacing Adapt Tech to Huarache Shoe We’ve talked quite a bit on about what makes for a great pop culture collaboration in the world of sneakers. Sometimes it’s as simple as re-releasing a dope retro sneaker sported by a superhero in a movie. Other times it involves exciting, vibrant colorways that mimic the aesthetic of the Seven Kingdoms’ finest. Pop culture crossovers are well-trodden ground at this point and as exciting as they are for fans of film, comics, television, and video games, it’s become rare to see something that feels innovative in the field.That changes with Nike’s announcement of their newest collaboration with Netflix juggernaut Stranger Things. The collection, which drops later this month just in time for the July 4 premiere of the show’s third season, features apparel and sneakers inspired by the world of the show. However, you aren’t just going to be getting a tee shirt with the Demagorgon on it or sneakers rocking the Eggo logo.Nike x ‘Stranger Things’ Hawkins High pack. (Photo Credit: Nike)Instead, Nike x Stranger Things is a proper throwback collection featuring two collections of sneakers, both inspired by the brand’s roots — sneakers that were making waves in the ‘80s that you’d see Dustin, Mike, Will, and Lucas wearing to school. The first line draws inspiration from Hawkins High School, featuring classic ‘70s Nike sneakers the Blazer, Tailwind, and Cortez. Each features the school’s green and orange colors as well as the Hawkins Tigers logo. The Blazer and Cortez each have a primary white base with accents and swooshes in the school colors while the Tailwind comes in a deep green with an orange swoosh logo. This collection will be available come June 27.Nike x ‘Stranger Things’ ‘OG’ Pack (Photo Credit: Nike)A few days later, on July 1, the second drops. This one features the same sneakers in new colorways inspired by the Fourth of July, 1985. The sneakers come in holiday-appropriate red (Cortez), white (Tailwind), and blue (Blazer). These kicks don’t feature the Hawkins logo but instead have the year stamped on the heel and feature a fireworks-speckled sock liner.Nike x ‘Stranger Things’ Hawkins High apparel (Photo Credit: Nike)In addition to the shoes there’s a dope line of apparel dropping meant to mimic Hawkins phys-ed uniforms. Don’t worry, gym uniforms are in now. Trust me, your cool friend who knows stuff about fashion/is assuming they’re cool now because why else would Nike make them? Nike is cool. If Nike says gym uniforms are cool, I believe them.Nike x ‘Stranger Things’ Hawkins High apparel (Photo Credit: Nike)Keep an eye out for the Nike x Stranger Things collection later this month on the Nike SNKRS app — the shoes and apparel are sure to sell out quick. And after that, cross your fingers and pray for a Stranger Things-inspired drop around Season 4 that includes two of the best sneakers of the late ‘80s — the Air Max 1 and Air Tech Challenge 2 — because that would be rad.More on Games Launches ‘Fortnite’ Crossover With Air JordansNike Fit App Uses AR to Help You Determine the Right Shoe SizeNike Kyrie 5 ‘UFO’ Brings Conspiracy Theories to Sneakers Stay on targetlast_img read more

WWE issues statement on Jimmy Del Rays passing

first_imgFacebook WWE issues new statement about the passing of King Kong Bundy on Monday Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next WWE issued the following statement earlier today on the passing of David “Jimmy Del Ray” Ferrier earlier this weekend at the age of 52:“WWE is saddened is learn that David Ferrier, better known to WWE fans as Jimmy Del Ray, passed away Saturday night at the age of 52. His death was the result of injuries suffered in a single-vehicle accident in Tampa, Fla., Saturday, according to a Tampa Tribune report.As one-half of The Heavenly Bodies tag team alongside partner Tom Prichard and manager Jim Cornette, Ferrier — who went by the nickname “Gigolo” — thrilled and infuriated audiences in WWE in the early to mid-1990s. The Heavenly Bodies also enjoyed great success in Smoky Mountain Wrestling, winning the Tennessee-based organization’s tag team titles on numerous occasions, as well as a stint in Extreme Championship Wrestling. At Survivor Series 1993, Del Ray (Ferrier) & Prichard defeated The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express to capture the SMW Tag Team Championship, becoming the first Superstars to win a title not sanctioned by WWE on a WWE pay-per-view. Later in his career, Ferrier also competed in WCW, where he wrestled under the moniker Jimmy Graffiti.WWE extends its condolences to Ferrier’s colleagues, friends and family.” Jimmy Del Ray passes awayRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipThese Actors Really Refused To Work With Each OtherVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 1:58/Current Time 0:06Loaded: 51.06%0:06Remaining Time -1:52 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Hulk Hogan, Triple H and many more names react to the passing of King Kong Bundy WWE pays tribute to Hall of Famer Pedro Morales, Bret Hart pays respects to Morales Twitter Vin Diesel Google+ Lindsay Lohan Dwayne Johnson pens touching post on Paul Walker’s birthday Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dwayne Johnson: I bonded with late Paul Walker over our daughterscenter_img O. T. Fagbenle Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia announce a new type of convention WhatsApp Videos Articles Dwayne Johnson shares rare tribute to late pal Paul Walker Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next These Actors Really Refused To Work With Each Otherlast_img read more

JAMAICA Public Health Inspector says Leptospirosis Must be Treated Speedily

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, February 26, 2018 – Montego Bay – Chief Public Health Inspector for Westmoreland, Steve Morris, says while leptospirosis is not at a crisis level, every effort should be made to ensure the disease is easily detected and speedily treated.  Mr. Morris, who was speaking at a Jamaica Information Service (JIS) ‘Think Tank’ at the agency’s Montego Bay Regional Office on February 20, said health officials continue to remind the public of the dangers of swimming or wading in water which has resulted from flooding, or eating foods that might have been contaminated with animal urine.“We are also advising parents to look out for their children who we all know are prone to going into whatever water they see around them, all in the name of fun.  Food, too, must be covered and protected from contamination, which again is dangerous for unsuspecting youngsters as well as adults.  If you see any food item that looks suspect, throw it away as it could easily be contaminated,” he warned.Mr. Morris said they have been seeing an increase in the notifications for leptospirosis across the parish.   “It is always on our radar, so we are looking at how best we can reach persons to reduce these notifications.   Currently, we are looking at education as one of the better means of reaching persons, in addition to implementing a rodent-control programme in the township of Savanna-la-Mar,” he noted.He emphasised that the rodent control programme has to be a collaborative effort between commercial entities, stakeholders, the Westmoreland Municipal Corporation and other agencies, adding that “the health department cannot, by itself, financially sustain such a programme”.Mr. Morris said leptospirosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria that could lead to possible fatal infection of the kidney, liver, brain, lung or heart.  He said while it cannot be spread from human to human, it can be contracted through exposure to the urine or body fluid of infected animals.Meanwhile, Veterinary Public Health Inspector, Jodi-Ann Harris, said that leptospirosis can be fatal if it is incorrectly diagnosed or not detected and treated “very quickly”.  Ms. Harris stressed that a big part of the problem is that the symptoms of leptospirosis are similar to other illnesses, notably the flu, and which can oftentimes go untreated.  She is appealing to Jamaicans to visit the nearest hospital or health centre and get tested if they experience any such symptoms.“If you are experiencing high fever, severe headache, chills, muscle aches, vomiting, jaundice, abdominal pain, diarrhoea and rash, go and see the doctor right away,” she implored.“Parents are also being advised that if any of these symptoms do occur, medical attention should be sought right away.  The disease should be treated with antibiotics as soon as it is detected,” Ms. Harris said.  She pointed out that failure to expeditiously treat leptospirosis can result in kidney damage, meningitis, liver failure and respiratory distress.   “It can also be fatal,” she added.Release: JISlast_img read more

ASA Disappointed That Group of Developing Countries Led by Brazil Unwilling to

first_imgAmerican Soybean Association (ASA) leaders attending World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations in Cancun, Mexico, today expressed disappointment that Brazil and a group of other developing countries were unwilling to open their markets and reform their own production-distorting subsidies.”What we are seeing here at the negotiations is a group of developing countries, led by Brazil, making one-sided demands of developed countries, but refusing to put their own policies on the table,” said Ron Heck, ASA President and a soybean farmer from Perry, Iowa. “If Brazil and these other countries continue to be uncompromising about opening their own markets and disciplining their subsidies, the WTO negotiations will go over the cliff and Brazil will be responsible for pushing them over.”ASA and other producer groups have stated that the degree to which they will support reductions in U.S. domestic support programs is dependent on the degree to which markets are opened and tariffs are harmonized in both developed and developing countries. Improved market access is key for U.S. producers since U.S. agriculture tariffs average only 12 percent, while agriculture tariffs in the rest of the world average 62 percent.ASA and other producer groups have also stated that net agriculture exporting developing countries, such as Brazil and Argentina, must be subject to the same domestic support disciplines as developed countries. Under current WTO rules, self-designated developing countries are able to exempt from discipline their own production and trade-distorting domestic support policies, even when the countries are world-class exporters.”An interim report prepared by USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (ARS), at the request of Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA), identified several of the programs being used by Brazil to develop its agricultural production and exports, but which are not subject to disciplines under the current WTO loophole for developing countries,” said Heck. “FAS and other reports indicate that the Government of Brazil will provide the equivalent of $6.9 billion in production credits to Brazilian farmers in the 2003/04 season at sharply subsidized interest rates. Medium and large producers are eligible for loans at 8.75 percent, and small producers are eligible for loans at 5.75 percent, compared to the national index interest rate of 26.5 percent. This reflects an interest rate subsidy of 17.75 percent to 20.75 percent.”The FAS report also identifies that Brazil imposes prohibitive taxes on farmland that is not brought into production, essentially forcing producers to clear and plant new acreage,” Heck continued. “This policy is a powerful production incentive that is artificially driving the rapid increase in Brazilian production and exports of soybeans and other commodities.”Time is running out at these negotiations,” concluded Heck. “The United States already has an open market and is fueling the world economy, as evidenced by our $503 billion trade deficit. The United States is willing to further open our market and reduce trade-distorting domestic support, but this must be met with substantial market access gains in developing country markets. It must also be met with a commitment that net agriculture exporting developing countries, such as Brazil and Argentina, are willing to subject their own production distorting policies to the same disciplines as developed countries.”last_img read more

UBM Revenue Up 26 Percent In First Half

first_img But as Advanstar and UBM’s events portfolio marched ahead, PR Newswire’s performance was flat and its Other Marketing Services businesses declined 8-percent. The losses there were mainly due to a cut in online revenue, “reflect[ing] a decision to focus on Tech products with higher quality leads.” Amid a series of major changes, UBM’s revenue shot up 26 percent in the first half of 2015. The gains were largely driven by the integration of Advanstar and the progression of its “events first” strategy, the company says. All of that change came as several executive leadership positions were vacated, then filled with new personnel. UBM has appointed a new CFO, and new CEOs of PR Newswire and its Americas division in recent months. In fact, as a whole, UBM’s 120-plus major events performed similarly well. Driving almost two-thirds of the company’s revenue, events grew 3.3 percent, with much of that growth attributable to the events first strategy put into place in late 2014. As part of that shift, the company has focused on its larger shows, selling or closing almost 40 events and several related lines of business in order to consolidate resources. UBM also bought three events during the period, and is in the process of rolling out a number of operational changes.center_img While underlying revenue actually declined 4.1 percent to about $710 million, the October acquisition of U.S. event producer and publisher, Advanstar, accounted for a significant portion of UBM’s additional $148 million through June. The division boosted its events revenue—totaling almost three-quarters of its total income—by 2.9 percent in the first half. Integration efforts with its new parent company are ahead of schedule, as well, UBM reports. A favorable foreign exchange environment also added to top line growth in the first half, the company notes.last_img read more

Warm water Blob survives as El Niño dies

first_imgIt’s being called a marine heat wave. The combination of the strongest El Niño in recent history and the warm water anomaly known as the Blob generated the greatest amount of warm ocean water that has ever been recorded, possibly affecting marine life up and down the West Coast.Listen nowSea surface temperature observations in late July 2016 show higher-than-normal temperatures lingering in the North Pacific and Bering Sea. (Courtesy of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Centers for Environmental Prediction)New research has now linked the two phenomena, with each believed to be alternately affecting the other through the atmosphere and the ocean.El Niño is the warming of the equatorial Pacific Ocean and it can affect wind, temperature and precipitation patterns around the globe. While the latest El Niño did bring some needed precipitation to parts of the drought-stricken West Coast, it was also blamed for flooding, mudslides and other damage in California, according to an ABC News story in January.After peaking in late 2015 with sea surface temperatures of at least 2 degrees Celsius above normal, the latest El Niño has disappeared. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center in Maryland recently reported that sea surface temperatures have dropped to below average in the eastern equatorial Pacific over the last two months.But while El Niño is dead, the Blob lives on.“To put it in a little bit more colorful terms, kind of a lingering hangover,” said Nicholas Bond, a research meteorologist at the University of Washington and the state climatologist for Washington.Bond said latest sea surface temperature measurements show that unusually warm conditions are still persisting, especially in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea.“For the Gulf of Alaska, 2.5 degrees C warmer than normal and in parts of the Bering Sea it’s 4 degrees C, or 7 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than normal,” Bond said. “I noticed some temperatures there near the west coast of Alaska that were 16 degrees C. That’s over 60 degrees (Fahrenheit) in the Bering Sea.”Bond first identified the warm water anomaly three years ago and nicknamed it The Blob. He said unusual weather patterns have allowed the ocean to retain that heat.“It got quite a bit warmer than normal, quite deep depths, as deep as 300 meters or so,” Bond said. “There was just a tremendous reservoir of this extra heat that is taking a long time to go away.”That means that Alaskans, especially along the coast, could expect warmer weather this summer.Climate hypothesis to explain the generation, evolution and persistence of the North Pacific warm anomaly between the winters of 2013/14 and 2014/15. (Di Lorenzo & Mantua, Nature Climate Change, 2016)New research suggests a link between the Blob in the North Pacific and the former El Niño in the tropical Pacific.“El Niño was kind of in the middle of the event in terms of changing the pattern of ocean warming and making it last for three years,” said Nate Mantua, a climate and fisheries research scientist at NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in Santa Cruz, California.In a paper published in July in the journal Nature Climate Change, Mantua and his co-author, Emanuele Di Lorenzo of the Georgia Institute of Technology, examined the connections between the two separate ocean events despite the great distance between them.The Blob’s formation in the Western Pacific’s extratropics, or mid-latitudes beyond the tropics, in 2013 could have had a small influence on the development of the weak tropical El Niño of 2014. Then, during the stronger El Niño that developed in 2015, warm temperatures at the equator remotely affected the storm track and weather patterns in the North Pacific extratropics.“The El Niño influence favors a much stormier weather pattern that includes a lot of wind from the south along the coast of the Pacific Northwest into Alaska,” Mantua said. “That is what caused the offshore warm Blob to move inshore and to expand.”Mantua calls it a marine heat wave, and he said the amount of warm water was dramatically more than any other event in the historical record dating back to 1880.The Blob and El Niño tag team is the prime suspect for several unusual biological events along the West Coast in the last three years. They include sea bird die-offs, giant algal blooms, demoic acid in shellfish, whale and marine mammal strandings, and low salmon returns and lightweight salmon.“This is all indicative of a lot of stress on the marine food web lower productivity that’s in keeping with this idea of what warm water typically does,” Mantua said. “It just reduces the ability to get nutrients up into the sunlit upper ocean and cuts down on the abundance of the lipid-rich, sub-Arctic species that we find at the base of the food web.”Mantua said there’s no evidence yet that global warming prompted the recent arrival of the Blob. But he and his co-author do believe that such events may happen more often and with greater intensity as the ocean warms.“We see that the energy in the climate patterns that caused the warm Blob, it increases,” Mantua said. “By the end of this century, the energy increases about 16 percent over that from the late 20th century.”Short-term relief may just be around the corner. Temperatures in the equatorial Pacific Ocean are cooling, finally signaling an end to one of the strongest El Niños in 20 years. Bond said there’s an increased chance that the pendulum will swing the other way this winter toward La Niña, or equatorial cooling.“And, if it has the usual sort of atmospheric pressure and wind patterns associated with it, then we should continue to see continued moderation of temperatures in the Northeast Pacific, Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, and off the Pacific Northwest Coast,” Bond said.“And more wind out of the north, more cold storms, and that could start moving the Blob out,” Mantua said.Mantua notes that current weather patterns are already much different than those that created the Blob. He said we’ll know more in six to nine months.“So, La Niña would be good for bringing things back to normal, maybe even getting us a little cooler than normal,” Mantua said.last_img read more

Tsunami warning DOWNGRADED to an advisory

first_img 5454 Replies Update from KTOO and Alaska Public Media staff The National Weather Service has issued a tsunami warning for virtually the entire Gulf of Alaska coastline after a magnitude 8.2 earthquake struck. The weather service advises people on the coast to move inland to higher ground.  5151 likes  6969 Retweets Update: 3:33 amThe National Weather Service has lifted the tsunami warning for coastal Alaska. It has been downgraded to a tsunami advisory.That means that while a wave has been recorded in the Gulf of Alaska, it’s not big enough to require evacuations.The Tsunami Warning Center says a wave of about six inches was observed in Kodiak. Residents are warned that though the wave is not large enough to require evacuations, they should be cautious near the water, and there may be dangerous and unexpected tides and currents.The wave was caused by a magnitude 7.9 earthquake that struck just after 12:30 am this morning, about 175 miles SE of Kodiak, at a depth of about 12 miles.The warning prompted tsunami sirens to go off in Sitka, Kodiak and Unalaska, and residents evacuated to higher ground. Twitter Ads info and privacy From @BordenMitch in #Kodiak: Tsunami sirens still going off, people out in the streets headed to higher ground because of the M 8.2 #earthquake1:08 AM – Jan 23, 2018 Emily Russell@EmilyRussellAK NWS Tsunami Alerts✔@NWS_NTWC The National Weather Service has put out a list of locations and times when tsunamis are forecast to strike — Kodiak is earliest on the list at 1:45 a.m. The first wave may not be the largest.We’ve also had reports of a strong earthquake felt on the Kenai Peninsula and tremors felts in Southeast Alaska.center_img  22 Replies Twitter Ads info and privacy Tue Jan 23 09:38:01 UTC 2018 event picture12:38 AM – Jan 23, 2018  1,3811,381 likes  2,9012,901 Retweets View image on Twitter According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake struck in the Gulf of Alaska about 175 miles southeast of Kodiak at 12:32 a.m.Kodiak Alaska 145 AM AKST. January 23.Elfin Cove Alaska 150 AM. AKST. January 23.Seward Alaska 155 AM. AKST. January 23.Yakutat Alaska 200 AM. AKST. January 23.Sitka Alaska 200 AM. AKST. January 23.Langara British Columbia 210 AM. AKST. January 23.Valdez Alaska 215 AM. AKST. January 23.Cordova Alaska 220 AM. AKST. January 23.Sand Point Alaska 220 AM. AKST. January 23.Unalaska Alaska 240 AM. AKST. January 23.Homer Alaska 250 AM. AKST. January 23.Craig Alaska 300 AM. AKST. January 23.Cold Bay Alaska 300 AM. AKST. January 23.Adak Alaska 305 AM. AKST. January 23.Tofino British Columbia 340 AM. AKST. January 23.Shemya Alaska 345 AM. AKST. January 23.Saint Paul Alaska 400 AM. AKST. January 23.In Sitka, KCAW’s Robert Woolsey reports that their community’s warning sirens are also sounding. KCAW’s Emily Kwong reports the town is evacuating.In Kodiak, KMXT reporter Kayla Desroches reports people moving to local schools, and up Pillar Mountain. There are reports of tsunami warning sirens sounding. We will give live updates on KSKA 91.1 FM as we have them. Please also watch the tsunami warning center website for updates. read more

Acute staff crunch ails RIMS

first_imgAdilabad: The State government had spent crores of rupees on building the Rajiv Gandhi Institution of Medical Science (RIMS) hospital, but ithas not lived upto expectation because of acute shortage of staff in various departments. Due to lack of regular employees, insufficient staff and lack of supervision in medical emergencies patients are not getting proper medical care. Patients are getting treatment for small ailments like diarrhoea, fever, headache, typhoid, malaria, diseases only. There is no treatment for acute ailments. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us According to sources, mainly RIMS director’s post is vacant, and 12 professors’ positions (in various departments) are yet to befilled. Out of 30 Assistant Professor posts, only 15 have been filled and remaining 15 posts are still vacant. As many as 41 assistant posts were granted to the RIMS but only 34 have been filled but concerned doctors are regularly going on vacations. Due to this no proper medical services are being provided to the patients. Proposals are sent to the Health department for filling the remaining 7 vacant posts, said the sources. Also Read – Parts of Hyderabad witness heavy rainfall Advertise With Us While 59 teacher posts were sanctioned to RIMS, out of them 22 posts are still vacant. On other hand, in the last five years due to non-recruitment of regular director’s post, in charge directors are running the hospital. Similarly,RIMS’ college principal, Assistant Director, Superintendent, RMO and other crucial posts are not filled and in-charges are running the show. Due to lack of proper medical services and supervision in the hospital patients have been put to lot of hardships. In RIMS hospital in-patient and out -patient wards are functioning though there alsothe lower level medical staff are required to berecruited in a large number, added the sources.last_img read more

Governor to celebrate his birthday with tribal Dalit students

first_imgVijayawada: Governor Biswabhushan Harichandan will celebrate his 86th birthday on Saturday. He will be completing 85 years. According to Governor’s secretary Mukesh Kumar Meena, the Governor will participate in social service activities and cultural programmes as part of the birthday celebrations at the Raj Bhavan. The priests of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) and Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devasthanam will bless the Governor with Vedic hymns. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us After that, he will be participating in the cake cutting programme in the presence of tribal and Dalit students. He will also present new clothes and notebooks to them. Meena said that a few classical programmes which showcase the cultural heritage of Andhra Pradesh will be performed. Afterwards, the Governor will participate in a blood donation camp organised by the Red Cross Society at Andhra Loyola College. The Governor will plant some samplings on the college premises. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us As Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is on foreign tour, Minister for Civil Supplies Kodali Nani and Endowments Minister Vellampalli Srinivas will extend birthday greetings to the Governor at Raj Bhavan on behalf of the government. BJP State president Kanna Lakshminarayana and other leaders will meet the Governor. Leaders of different parties, heads of different non-governmental organisations (NGO), the police officials and others are going to participate in the birthday celebrations of the Governor.last_img read more

Farmer invents new way to remove weeds wins accolades in

first_imgChintalapalem (Suryapet): A farmer, Govinda Raju, of Revuru village in the district has adopted a different method to remove weeds from his six-acre field. Most of the farmers in Chintalapalem and Mellacheruvu mandals cultivate chilli and cotton crops and always find it difficult to remove weeds from their fields. They usually use an implement called ‘Guntaka’ by tying it to their oxen where they have to shell out Rs 600 per day to use the implement. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us Govinda Raju, who doesn’t have oxen, thought in a different way and attached the implement Guntaka to his two-wheeler by spending Rs 2,000 and finished removing weeds in his field by spending just a litre of petrol. He informed that the idea had helped him reduce the expenditure from Rs 600 a day to Rs 100 besides saving the time.last_img read more

ACLU Alleges Federal Agents Abused Immigrant Minors During Obama Administration

first_img Share Ilana Panich-Linsman/KUTCameras monitor the detention facility in Karnes City.The American Civil Liberties Union has released a report based on some 30,000 pages of internal records from the Department of Homeland Security between 2009 to 2014, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. What they’ve found is what they call “the pervasive abuse and neglect of unaccompanied immigrant children detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.”Mitra Ebadolahi, an attorney with the ACLU, says the documents offer a glimpse into a federal immigration system marked by brutality and lawlessness.“The documents reveal mistreatment that is neglectful at best and intentionally cruel at worst,” she says, “including verbal abuse, such as calling immigrant children ‘dogs’ or ‘garbage.’ One migrant minor who was pregnant was told that her child would contaminate this country. That’s a quote. Children were threatened with rape and death.”She says the documents include allegations of physical abuse – small children were shot with tasers and run over by patrol vehicles – and sexual abuse. Ebadolahi says in one case, a teenage girl was subjected to a search in which border agents forcefully spread her legs and touched her genitals.U.S. Customs and Border Protection facilities are not equipped for detention lasting more than 72 hours, she says.“The facilities are freezing cold. They were overcrowded. There’s evidence that they were unsanitary,” she says. “They were not given potable water. They were not given bedding, or necessary medical care.”Ebadolahi says the abuses could have come to light sooner if documents were more accessible to the public.“The government has fought tooth and nail to resist responding to our [Freedom of Information Act] request, which has necessitated years of litigation in federal court in order to get these documents,” she says. “Part of the delay is because the agencies are not being forthcoming, and are doing everything that they can to avoid providing the public with timely information about how they’re using our tax dollars.”U.S. Customs and Border Protection responded to the ACLU report, saying, “The false accusations made by the ACLU against the previous administration are unfounded and baseless,” adding that many of the instances outlined in the report were allegations.Written by Jen Rice.last_img read more

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Surgeons can then use a handheld radiation detector (gamma probe) to precisely locate these seeds at the time of surgery and thereby remove the cancer safely and effectively, virtually without damaging tissues and organs near the affected area.“RSL (radioactive seed localization) is a safe, accurate, and effective technique,” according to Dr. James Jakub, the senior author of the study and a surgeon at Mayo Clinic. “RSL has the potential to be adapted to most lesions amenable to a percutaneous (under the skin) approach.”This advance in technology can be applied to a wide variety of cancers. For example, metastatic melanoma deposits scattered throughout the body can be identified by imaging studies and seeds implanted via CT-guided or ultrasound-guided techniques. Surgeons can then precisely locate these tumor deposits and remove them without significantly disturbing nearby vital structures.Radioactive seed localization is also a flexible technology. It can be completed at the same time that other imaging studies are done. Surgeons then have up to five days to identify these seeds and excise the tumor. The radiation dose from the seeds is so negligible that surgeons removing the tumor need no extra protective covering.The early results of the study demonstrate complete destruction of the metastasized tissues with no mortality and only two minor postsurgical infections. The scheduling of the placement of the seed need not be done on the same day as the PET and/or CT scans are performed, thereby maximizing convenience to the patient without sacrificing clinical outcome.Radioactive seed localization offers the potential to change the way complex tumors are treated, owing to its safety, convenience to the patient, relatively low dose of radiation administered and success in excising the entire affected tissue.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD 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 | August 25, 2010 Mayo Clinic Doctors Plant the Seeds of Success in Cancer Surgery Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). 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Diplomats Russia and China block sanctions on 2 Libyans

first_img Top Stories Check your body, save your life Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments   Share   Patients with chronic pain give advice UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Russia and China have blocked sanctions against two Libyans accused by the United States, Britain, France and Spain of undermining peace efforts in the deeply divided north African nation, U.N. diplomats said Friday.The four Western countries had urged the U.N. Security Council to impose an asset freeze and travel ban on the Libyans to send a signal ahead of new peace talks on June 8 “that spoilers of the political process will not be tolerated.” Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvementcenter_img New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Sponsored Stories Libya has been torn among powerful armed militias that have left the country with two rival parliaments and governments, while groups allied to the Islamic State extremist group grow in strength.Libya’s U.N. Ambassador Ibrahim Dabbashi wrote a letter to council members Thursday opposing sanctions on Othman Mlekta, a militia commander whose forces ssattacked parliament in May 2014, and Abdulrahman Swehli, a Misrata politician who supports a rival government in the capital Tripoli run by Islamist-allied Misrata militias.Two diplomats, speaking on condition of anonymity because the process is private, said Russia and China raised objections ahead of the Friday afternoon deadline.A spokesman for Russia’s U.N. Mission said the request was put on “technical hold” for an inter-agency review in Moscow, adding that this applies in all sanctions cases. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly.The Misrata militias pushed the elected parliament out of Tripoli and it now meets in the eastern city of Tobruk. Government forces and allied militias are also battling Islamist radical groups who operate in Benghazi, Libya’s second largest city. Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The U.N. envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon, who has been mediating talks, has urged the warring parties to agree on a unity government before the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on June 17. The next round of negotiations are scheduled to begin on June 8 in Rabat, Morocco.The United States said on behalf of the four countries in a note to council members that “a balanced and progressive approach to sanctioning spoilers — leaving more senior names for another time — could give a much needed push to those seeking to participate in Rabat.”According to the four countries, Mlekta, whose surname is also spelled Maliqta, is the commander of the Zintani Qaqa Brigade, a militia that attacked parliament using trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns, mortars and rockets on May 18, 2014, and throughout last summer carried out missile attacks against civilians and Libyan oil facilities.Swehli reportedly pressed for an attack by Libya Dawn militias from Misrata against the oil port of Sidra in February to disrupt peace talks and sought to carry out sieges of government ministries by revolutionary militias, the note said.“His actions have inflamed the continued conflict in Libya and undermined the successful completion of Libya’s political transition facilitated by the U.N.-led dialogue process,” it said. Four benefits of having a wireless security systemlast_img read more

Aspen Grove Solutions and Brookstone Management LLC Announce Strategic Partnership

first_imgAspen Grove Solutions and Brookstone Management, LLC Announce Strategic Partnership Aspen Grove Solutions (AGS), a provider of property centric technology solutions to the financial and mortgage services industry, has announced that the company is adding Brookstone Management, LLC to their list of clients.A national repair contractor headquartered in New Jersey, Brookstone Management, LLC is a direct lender servicer in the mortgage field industry for preserving and maintaining vacant, pre-foreclosure, and REO assets nationwide.“Brookstone is pleased to announce our strategic partnership with Aspen Grove. Consistent with Brookstone’s mission to provide the highest quality of service to our clients while minimizing their exposure, partnering with AGS will further enrich our goals,” said Sam Ingber of Brookstone Management, LLC. “Utilizing AGS technology and data security as our enterprise platform will enable Brookstone to continue to lead the mortgage field industry with our innovative approach and providing the highest standards and level of service to our clients.”As an enterprise provider of property-related technology solutions for REO, short sale, asset management, property preservation, vendor management, and compliance, ASG developed the Aspen iFamily® suite of products specifically for companies that are ready to take their internal and third party business processes and compliance to the next level. Brookstone’s role in their new partnership will be to avail the AGS suite of property related technology solutions for asset management, property preservation, vendor management and compliance.“We are delighted that Brookstone Management, LLC has selected our solutions, Aspen iProperty® and Aspen iRecord® to enhance their offering,” said Ed Buckley, President of ASG. “Their commitment to use vendors that have been credentialed and background checked to the industry standard through Aspen iRecord™, is a welcome endorsement. Our solutions provide internal controls and third party vendor line of sight, from point of work order assignment to point of service delivery, thus providing documented and auditable proof of regulatory and client compliance.” in Headlines, News, Servicing, Technology Sharecenter_img November 11, 2015 491 Views Aspen Grove Solutions Brookstone Management Company News LLC Servicing technology 2015-11-11 Michael Malast_img read more

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flashed distantly Ismail said he was afraid to walk toward themHe thought the group was still on US soilCanadian police caught up with them shortly afterward and arrested them for illegally entering Canada The group squeezed uncuffed into a police minivan and headed to a government office for questioning"We feel sorry for the people" said retired grain farmer Ken Schwark "I just wish they would come through the legal way"A 2004 agreement between Canada and the United States means asylum seekers must submit applications in the United States if they arrive there first But if they find a way into Canada they can apply for refugee status thereIt’s an avenue that has spurred north illegal migrants in the United States especially Somalis settled in Minnesota which shares a land border with Manitoba After pricey taxi rides to North Dakota many like Ismail walk for hours in darkness and -4°F temperatures to dimly lit Emerson in the shadow of the bright glare of the international border crossingThe lucky migrants get rides dropping them off less than a mile from Noyes Minnesota within sight of Emerson’s southern edge From there they duck under a metal crossing-arm gate walk across the border and often use their own cellphones to dial policeOthers are dropped 19 miles or more from the border and follow rail lines into Emerson crossing a border marked in most areas only by scattered concrete boundary markersFaye Suderman a four-decade Emerson resident said she is sympathetic but draws a line between those fleeing persecution and those who have simply run out of chances in the United States: "How difficult is it to get rid of those people and give help to those truly in need"Emerson Cafe manager Jacquelyn Reimer who has fed shivering asylum seekers for free wondered why the Canadian government is helping refugees when the country has its own homeless problem "We can’t even take care of our own" she saidMakeshift beds Nutella sandwichesDue to its border-hugging location Emerson’s encounters with migrants are not new but the scale of their arrivals isIn the first two months of 2017 143 mainly Somali people walked illegally over the border into Emerson representing 40 percent of Manitoba’s full-year total in 2015/16 Quebec and British Columbia are the two other major illegal crossing points but police there refused to provide dataEmerson residents don’t encounter the migrants for long before police arrive and whisk them to the local Canada Border Services Agency office for questioning From there they are ferried to Winnipeg Manitoba’s capital to file asylum claimsDespite some residents’ fears asylum-seekers have not caused any trouble said Bill Spanjer Emerson’s emergency coordinator"They’re going to be on their best behavior because otherwise their refugee claim is certainly going to be affected" he saidWhen police receive a call they summon the town’s volunteer firefighters to treat any health concerns as the nearest ambulance is 25 minutes away In December two men from Ghana lost all of their fingers to frostbiteFirefighter callouts cost Emerson about C$500 each time The costs may add up to C$30000 since last spring representing 10 percent of its firefighting budget said Emerson-Franklin’s elected leader Greg Janzen The provincial government directed more resources to Emerson last week including paramedics and paralegal and transportation servicesSince the influx sped up in January the strain on Emerson has grown In early February police intercepted 18 migrants from Somalia and Djibouti and CBSA asked Emerson to temporarily house them in the town’s ice rinkBrenda Piett and other volunteers laid folding banquet tables on the concrete floor and layered them with blankets for makeshift mattresses At the migrants’ request they served white bread sandwiches with Nutella hazelnut spread"The groups are getting bigger and the stories are scary how far they’ve walked" said Piett an inventory clerk at Emerson’s duty-free store "But it does affect our town Some people are very scared of it"The recommendations call for a statewide natural resource plan and urge larger-scale land use planning when regulators approve oil development with the goal of minimizing impacts and using existing infrastructure to the extent possible"The priorities are trying to preserve the natural beauty of the Badlands" said Daryl Dukart a rancher and county commissioner in Dunn County "The goal is to use the smallest possible footprint that we can"The plan drafted by a group of Badlands residents that represents ranchers local government the oil industry conservation and legislators began last year with an assessment that came from a year of stakeholder interviewsThe advisory group is calling for a long-term strategic plan for developing North Dakota’s natural resources It also encourages key regulators including the North Dakota Industrial Commission and the Department of Mineral Resources to perform larger landscape planning "to promote the smallest possible infrastructure footprint"During the boom years in the Bakken oil formation as oil companies scrambled to drill wells they sometimes built two roads in an area where one road would suffice for instance said Rod Backman a consultant who helped administer the advisory group which was supported by the World Wildlife Fund and the Bush FoundationA key concern of landowners is minimal disruption to their land from oil wells pipelines roads and other infrastructure Dukart saidHis Dunn County ranch located east of Dunn Center has seen disruption from oil wells and pipelines Since the oil boom took off around 2004 to 2006 practices have improved because of better regulations and input from landowners he said"I’ve seen full disturbance of right of ways" he saidOn the other hand the rights of ways needed for pipelines have been reduced to the width of the pipeline significantly less than the 50- to 70-foot corridor once standard Dukart said"We’re seeing some good results from that" he added "We’re saying use the minimal disturbance that you can"Gov Doug Burgum legislative leaders and the head of the Department of Mineral Resources have been briefed on the recommendations Backman said "So we’ve started the process of getting the ideas out there" The group likely will ask to present its recommendations to the Industrial Commission which oversees oil and gas development"I hope it’s received well" Backman said adding last year’s assessment found a favorable reception He said the plan strived to be "common sense achievable and saleable to policymakers and the industry"A strategic natural resources plan would help protect the landscape from the intensive oil development expected to occur in the coming years with many predicting the state will see another 30000 to 40000 oil wells he said"I think to do it would probably involve a lot of people" Backman said pointing to the Empower North Dakota group that came up with energy development plans as an exampleSome work already has been done he added including local zoning regulations compiled by Visions West a local government initiative in western North Dakota To test steps the group recommends a pilot project area It also encourages a wildlife habitat improvement programThe state must preserve important areas including the Killdeer Mountains and Badlands including Theodore Roosevelt National Park and nearby national grasslands without restricting energy development Dukart saidIn the rugged Badlands topsoil depths can average 1 inches and take many years to restore if disturbed"It’s a very delicate balance" he saidThe Badlands Advisory Group’s recommendations can be found online at wwwNDStakeholdersorg

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