October 12

Morocco to extract uranium from its phosphates by 2015

first_imgRabat- Morocco’s 2015 Uranium Recovery from Phosphates draft project was approved on the Thursday.The committee on Foreign Affairs, National Defense, Islamic Affairs and Moroccans residing abroad approved last Thursday in the lower of house of the parliament a draft project concerning a Moroccan-French cooperation agreement on peaceful use of nuclear energy. The draft project consists of uranium exploitation and recovery from phosphates.According to the Minister-Delegate for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Mbarka Boubid, this agreement is an opportunity to strengthen ties between Morocco and France on the peaceful use of nuclear energy. Last November, Morocco’s minister of higher education, Scientific Research and Executive Training Lahcen Daoudi announced that Morocco would start extracting uranium from its phosphate by 2015. The Moroccan Minister confirmed a statement made few months ago by Mustapha Terrab, CEO of the Cherifian Office of Phosphates, who had said that Morocco’s project of extracting uranium had reached a “very advanced stage.”Morocco is the largest phosphate exporter, and holds 75% of world’s reserves of phosphates (85 billion tons).© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

October 8

Canadian dollar drops as commodities lose steam

TORONTO — The Canadian dollar was down half a cent on Monday morning as commodity prices weakened on questions about whether the global economy’s strength has been overestimated.The loonie was down 0.50 of a cent to 101.92 cents US before North American stock markets opened, as traders moved into safe havens like the U.S. dollar.In commodities, November crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange moved down $1.07 to US$91.82 a barrel.New efforts to revive growth from central banks in Europe, Japan and the U.S. have not been enough to overcome pessimism about the global economy’s prospects. When economic growth slows, so does demand for fuel which typically results in lower oil prices.December bullion decreased $16.70 to US$1,761.30 an ounce. December copper was off six cents to US$3.73 a pound.The decline of commodities has helped to slow the growth of the Canadian dollar, which surged past parity with the U.S. currency this summer.Canadian commodities will likely be part of the focus of Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney’s speech in Ottawa this afternoon, which will also deal with opportunities for trade. read more

October 3

ExSNCLavalin execs acquitted of bribery charges after wiretap evidence nixed

TORONTO – Two former top executives of SNC-Lavalin and a Canadian businessman have been acquitted in an international bribery case.An Ontario Superior Court justice dismissed the case today at the prosecution’s request.Former SNC-Lavalin executives Kevin Wallace and Ramesh Shah and Canadian businessman Zulfiquar Ali Bhuiyan had pleaded not guilty.The case related to alleged bribery of foreign officials about a construction contract in Bangladesh.Last month, Superior Court Justice Ian Nordheimer ruled that wiretap evidence had to be excluded.As a result, the prosecution on Friday elected to call no evidence and the accused were acquitted, a prosecution spokeswoman said.Wallace, a former vice-president, was initially arrested and charged in 2013.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version incorrectly called Zulfiquar Ali Bhuiyan a former SNC-Lavalin employee. by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 10, 2017 1:44 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 13, 2017 at 1:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Ex-SNC-Lavalin execs acquitted of bribery charges after wiretap evidence nixed read more

September 28

Former Ohio State football players Reid Fragel Jake Stoneburner take on NFL

INDIANAPOLIS – The NFL Scouting Combine, a pinnacle of anatomical scrutiny in the world of sports, has already seen two former Ohio State football players endure its challenges. Five additional Buckeyes will face the gauntlet that is the Combine in the days to come. Former OSU right tackle Reid Fragel and former tight end Jake Stoneburner had their respective chances to impress NFL coaches and scouts, as they were put through a series of timed or measured drills along with the rest of the Combine’s offensive lineman, tight ends and specialists Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Tests included the 40-yard dash, bench press (225 pounds), vertical jump, broad jump, three-cone drill and 20-yard shuttle run. Fragel posted a 5.14-second run in the 40-yard dash, a 7.62 run in the three-cone drill and a 4.68 shuttle run, according to NFL.com. Fragel’s 33 repetitions on the bench press was sixth best in his position group. Fragel, the tight end-turned-offensive lineman with a year of experience at right tackle, posted the fourth-best broad jump in his position group at 9-foot-5, as well as a 30-inch vertical jump, according to NFL.com. Stoneburner, who was a tight end invitee to the Combine despite switching to wide receiver for his senior campaign at OSU, showed his speed in the 40-yard dash when he clocked in with a time of 4.65 seconds, according to NFL.com. Stoneburner’s 4.27-second 20-yard shuttle run time was the best time posted in his position group, as was his 11.5-second 60-yard shuttle run. The Dublin, Ohio, native also impressed with a 9-foot-8 broad jump – the fifth best mark in his position group. The tight end, who caught 13 touchdowns and 53 passes in his OSU career, had a 34.5-inch vertical jump (fourth best among tight ends), a 116-inch broad jump and a 7.12-second three-cone drill, according to NFL.com. Neither player was made available to the media following their workout. Next up for the troupe of former Buckeyes is Zach Boren, a fullback-turned-linebacker invited to the Combine as a fullback  (Boren had 12 rushing attempts for 40 yards and two touchdowns during OSU’s 2012 season). The remaining four Buckeyes at the Combine, including former defensive lineman and team captain John Simon, defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins, linebacker Etienne Sabino and defensive end Nathan Williams, are scheduled to take the field for their tests on Monday. Combine activities conclude on Tuesday when defensive backs hit the turf. Sunday’s Combine activities begin at 9 a.m. read more

September 21

Theo bids farewell in 2010

first_imgThe announcement by Theo Theophanous last week that he was retiring from politics signifies an end of an era for the veteran MP and for the Greek community alike. With over 20 years of involvement in State politics, Mr Theophanous was the first MP of Greek background to become Victorian cabinet minister. As such he became an emblematic force within the ALP to widen the participation of ethnic groups in the party in general and of the Greek one in particular. Although by most accounts the influence of the Greek Australian community in politics, and especially within the ALP, seems to be diminishing, it is safe to say that a new generation of political leaders of Greek background is waiting to emerge. “The days when Greeks had big concentrations in the inner suburbs are disappearing, so the rise of new Greek political stars will depend more on the personalities of individuals rather than their capacity to generate numbers,” George Papadopoulos, veteran activist in Greek Australian politics and previous Chairperson of the Ethnic Affairs Commission pointed out to Neos Kosmos English Edition (NKEE). While acknowledging the potential contribution of existing Greek political players in Victoria, such as State MPs Jenny Mikakos and John Pandazopoulos and Federal MP Maria Vamvakinou, Mr Papadopoulos believes that it is the younger generations of Greek politicians who are heavily involved in local government and in advisory positions that will carry the torch of Greek political involvement. The numbers are generally a good indicator of how a phenomenon is shaping up. At the Labor Party 2009 National Conference that took place this weekend, out of a total of 397 delegates from across the country only 5 were of Greek background. That is a clear departure from the level of participation of past years.- Vicki Giannoulatos, Director of the Hellenic Museum and former advisor to Theo Theophanous attributes the fading political influence of Greek Australians to a lack of mentoring by existing Greek Australian politicians of younger people. “The current members of Parliament who are of Greek origin aren’t grooming young Greek people to step up to prominent political roles.” said Ms Giannoulatos to NKEEMrs Yiannoulatos also argues that the new breed of Greek political operatives have not relied strongly on their Greek background to achieve their political aspirations. “I’m not saying that the Greek community does not support these candidates but it hasn’t played an active role in their election,” Mrs Giannoulatos said.Lambros Tapinos, for example, at the youthful age of 30 and the acting Mayor of Moreland is representative of this new generation of Greek Australian political aspirants. In Victoria there are 20 Councillors of Greek descent who are ready to carry lead a new generation Greek political involvement. “We [Greek Councillors] are starting to meet regularly as a group and build a network that could also help in the future any new Councillors of Greek background to arise,” Cr Tapinos said. Regardless of Cr Tapinos’ optimism for the future, it seems, for now at least, that Greek political representation is shrinking. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

September 19

From the Newsroom New year new look for paper

first_imgCraig Brown is The Columbian’s editor. His column will appear in this space periodically. Contact him at 360-735-4514 or craig.brown@columbian.com The new year is a time for self-improvement. Even if you’re a newspaper.So beginning on Monday, you’ll notice some improvements to the print edition of The Columbian. We’re also revamping our website; you’ll see that rollout later in the year.The new look for The Columbian has been a newsroom-wide project led by our news editor, Merridee Hanson. It began almost three years ago when she started looking at modern designs for newspapers, such as The Spokesman-Review in Spokane. She formed committees to look at various aspects of design, and these groups met throughout 2018. By the fourth quarter, she had mock-ups for everyone to look at and critique. After a few more changes, she’s spent many, many hours developing all of the style libraries and other things needed to carry out the plan. I really hope you will like what you see; I think it looks terrific. It’s cleaner and more modern, but without making too many changes that might confuse readers.In fact, if you like the way things are now, don’t worry. Here are some of the things that are not changing: The content. The typeface or type size used for stories. The size of the page. The number of sections and pages we publish. The same commitment to bringing you the local news every day of the year.Here are some of the things that are changing: The design of the front page, section fronts and the editorial page will look fresher and less dense. Some of the photos, particularly the lead photos, will be displayed larger. We are going to try to get more of the story onto the cover before it jumps to an inside page.We’re getting rid of the blue boxes at the tops of section fronts, and those beige boxes that we sometimes use. You’ll often see blue type used in labels, so that you can pick out regular features quickly and easily. Photos of columnists will be oval, like their heads, and not rectangular.last_img read more

September 18

Zappacosta still hopes that Conte will stay

first_imgDavide Zappacosta and Chelsea have experienced a difficult season as they failed to make it to the top four in the Premier League and they were eliminated in the first knockout round of the Champions League.However, the Italian full-back believes that his side will win the FA Cup final against Manchester United as a reward of their hard work and that Antonio Conte will stay at the club for more seasons to come.The former Torino player spoke about his expectations as he said, according to Gianluca Di Marzio:harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“We deserve to win the cup. We worked hard all season and we always gave our best. We struggled in the Premier League and we came up against an outstanding Manchester City side, but we have been competitive until the end.”“He (Conte) is the one that gave me an opportunity with Italy and brought me here to Chelsea, giving me a chance in a top club. I remember when he called me on August the 30th to ask me if I liked the idea of joining Chelsea. Of course, I told him ‘yes’. His future? I would like him to stay, but it’s his decision to make. I can say that everyone here is on his side, he achieved some great results in these two years.”last_img read more

September 18

Sami Khedira accepts Atalanta deserved to win

first_imgJuventus midfielder Sami Khedira conceded they were second-best to Atalanta and deservedly paid the price for it.Massimiliano Allegri’s side fell to their first domestic defeat of the campaign by losing 3-0 in Bergamo to Atalanta on Wednesday night to end their hopes of a fifth successive Coppa Italia crown.Even with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala in the starting line-up, Juventus were unable to threaten an Atalanta side that were clearly at the top of their game in front of their home supporters for the quarter-final tie.Right-back Timothy Castagne gave Atalanta the lead in the 37th-minute with Colombian forward Duvan Zapata then doubling their advantage before the break and then sealing the victory by adding a second goal late on.Juventus had chances though to get back into the game in the second half with Khedira’s volley representing their best chance in scoring.But the former Real Madrid star saw his effort denied superbly by Atalanta goalkeeper Etrit Berisha.Speaking after their quarter-final exit, Khedira acknowledged that the best team won on the night.Romelu Lukaku, Inter MilanLukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“It’s difficult and sad to lose like that, but it’s part of football and we have to accept it,” said Khedira on the club website.“It wasn’t our best night and Atalanta had a great game. They deserved the win and we wish them good luck for the semi-finals.”Despite the setback, Khedira urged the team to bounce back and return their focus back to the Serie A.“These games can happen over the course of the season,” he said.“Of course, it hurts more when it’s a sudden-death game, but it won’t have any consequences for our league campaign.“We made too many mistakes and Atalanta took advantage of them – we didn’t deserve to go through.”Juventus will next take on Parma on Saturday in Turin for a Serie A match.last_img read more

September 17

Gun Violence Monday Murder

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 28 Sept 2015 – GUN VIOLENCE, MONDAY MURDER as Police are right now investigating an apparent killing in Dock Yard, according to Press Officer, Audley Astwood.Just as the Deputy Governor points out that the country has doubled last year’s murder count already, the TCI records yet another killing. This will be seven murders for 2015.Anya Williams was speaking at Thursday’s Youth Forum.The body was found, reportedly with gun shot wound.Early reports are the man is originally from Grand Turk, in his mid to late 20s and once worked as a member of the fire department. Nickname is reportedly, ‘Bally’.Raymond Taylor is the young man found gunned down in Dock Yard, Kew Town Providenciales this morning.He is the son of Pastor Dale Taylor.This is the second Pastor this year to lose a son to senseless gun violence. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Nancy Reagan gone but touched the Caribbean Recommended for you Woman shot, vehicle shot up in Kew Town ambush this morning Murdered father of two, shot in the head Related Items:died, dock yard, kew town, Raymond taylorlast_img read more

September 5

Infosys TCS Wipro HCL Technologies go slow on hiring in December quarter

first_imgHCL Tech111,092109,7951,297 Workers at an outsourcing centre in Bengaluru February 29, 2012 (representational image).Reuters fileWhen the going gets tough, Indian IT software services companies prefer to go slow on hiring. The recent quarterly results (December quarter, or Q3) by Infosys, TCS, Wipro and HCL Technologies show that 13,100 employees were hired on a net basis in Q3. Multiple headwinds such as automation, global uncertainty, H-1B visa conundrum arising from protectionist stance by the Donald Trump administration could make things further difficult for these companies in the future.Read: Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka, HR head Shankar make tough comments on jobs, hiringThe net addition for TCS and Wipro was 6,978 and 4,891 employees, respectively, for the December 2016 quarter while Infosys reported a fall of 66, heralding a new trend in IT hiring characterised by increasing job automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and possible restrictions on H-1B visas by the Donald Trump-led US administration. HCL Technologies saw its employee headcount go up by 1,297 in December quarter.Read: Visa restrictions and remittances, not trade dynamics cause for concernThe quartet — Infosys, TCS, HCL Technologies and Wipro — had 8,68,481 employees as of December 31, 2016 as against 8,55,381 employees at the end of September 2016 quarter. Tech Mahindra had 1,12,866 employees as of September 30, 2016. The utilisation rate (including trainees) for Infosys and Wipro improved to 77.8 percent and 71.6 percent, respectively, in Q3 in comparison to 77.7 percent and 71.2 percent, respectively, at the end of the September 2016 quarter. HCL Technologies reported a fall in utilisation rate to 84.6 percent.At a net level (excluding trainees), the utilisation rate in Q3 for Infosys and Wipro was 81.9 percent, a marginal decline from Q2.   Infosys had added 2,779 employees in September 2016 quarter and 5,407 employees in December 2015 quarter. Wipro added 375 employees in Q2.Mindtree, a mid-sized IT services company, saw its employee strength fall to 16,099 at the end of Q3 from 16,219 as of September 30, 2016.Wipro, Infosys, TCS and HCL Technologies declared their December quarter results between January 12 and 25. CompanyCompanyEmployees as of Dec. 31, 2016Employees as of Dec. 31, 2016Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016ChangeChangeCompanyInfosysEmployees as of Dec. 31, 2016199,763Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016199,829Change(-)66CompanyTCSEmployees as of Dec. 31, 2016378,497*Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016371,519Change6,978CompanyWiproEmployees as of Dec. 31, 2016179,129Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016174,238Change4,891CompanyHCL TechEmployees as of Dec. 31, 2016111,092Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016109,795Change1,297CompanyTotalEmployees as of Dec. 31, 2016868,481Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016855,381Change13,100 TCS378,497*371,5196,978 Total868,481855,38113,100 CompanyEmployees as of Dec. 31, 2016Employees as of Sep. 30, 2016Changecenter_img *: 34.6 percent of TCS employees are women. Data sourced from company filings with the BSE.Share prices of IT companies were trading in a narrow range on Friday. Infosys was almost flat at Rs 941, Wipro down 1.28 percent at Rs 467, TCS up 0.52 percent at Rs 2,365 and HCL Technologies at 843. The BSE IT index was up 0.46 percent while the benchmark index Sensex was trading 0.91 percent higher at 27,960 at around 12.05 pm. Wipro179,129174,2384,891 Infosys199,763199,829(-)66last_img read more

September 3

Sudans Bashir toppled after three decades rule

first_imgA grab from a live broadcast on Sudan TV shows Sudanese defence minister Ahmed Awad Ibnouf delivering a speech in Khartoum, announcing that president Omar al-Bashir was removed from power on 11 April, 2019. Photo: AFP Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir, long wanted on genocide and war crimes charges, was finally brought down in a popular uprising by the very people he ruled with an iron fist for 30 years.One of Africa’s longest-serving presidents, the 75-year-old had remained defiant in the face of months-long protests that left dozens of demonstrators dead in clashes with security forces.But his fate was sealed when the army bowed to the demands on the street and intervened on Thursday to oust Bashir, who swept to power in a coup backed by Islamists in 1989.In what was clearly a last ditch effort to quell the protests, Bashir had imposed a state of emergency on 22 February after an initial crackdown failed to rein in the demonstrators.At first the emergency rule curbed the scale and intensity of the protests, but before long demonstrators staged a massive rally outside the military headquarters that reverberated with chants of “overthrow, overthrow”.Bashir’s last minute overtures offering to hold dialogue with youths and acknowledging their economic concerns were legitimate failed to pacify the protesters.For years the Sudanese leader had proven himself to be a political survivor, evading not only the International Criminal Court (ICC) but also a myriad of domestic challenges.A career soldier, Bashir was well known for his populist touch, insisting on being close to crowds and addressing them in colloquial Sudanese Arabic.He was indicted by the Hague-based ICC in 2009 on war crimes charges over a long-running conflict in Darfur, but went on to win re-election twice in polls boycotted by opposition groups.In 2010, he was also indicted by the ICC for alleged genocide.But it was a government decision to triple bread prices that brought protesters onto the streets in December last year, as the country grappled with regular shortages of food, medicines and foreign currency.The protests morphed into nationwide demonstrations against Bashir’s rule, triggering unrest that also left hundreds wounded and thousands jailed.Bashir addressed several loyalist rallies, promising to promote economic development and peace across the country, but his words fell on deaf ears.- Defiant to the end -Known for his trademark dancing and waving of a stick before addressing loyalists, Bashir had defiantly said at a recent rally of supporters that “demonstrations will not change the government”.But as the pressure on the street grew, he stopped talking of bidding for a third presidential term in a vote that had been due to be held next year.Despite the ICC indictments, Bashir had regularly visited regional countries and also Russia.Days before the protests erupted he travelled to Damascus to meet Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad, becoming the first Arab leader to do so since the Syrian conflict began in 2011.At home, Bashir last year hosted talks between neighbouring South Sudan’s leaders, helping to broker a tentative peace deal after five years of intense conflict in the world’s newest country.South Sudan had gained its independence in 2011, when Bashir surprised his critics by giving his blessing to a secession that saw the south take the bulk of Sudan’s oil fields, some six years after a peace deal ended two decades of north-south conflict.He also joined a Saudi-led coalition against Shiite rebels in Yemen, improving ties with resource-rich Gulf nations, although the policy had been criticised by his opponents at home.Bashir, who has two wives and no children, was born in 1944 in Hosh Bannaga, north of Khartoum, to a farming family.He entered the military at a young age, rising through the ranks and joining an elite parachute regiment.He fought alongside the Egyptian army in the 1973 Arab-Israeli war.In 1989, then a brigade commander, he led a bloodless coup against the democratically elected government.Bashir was backed by the National Islamic Front of his then mentor, the late Hassan al-Turabi.- Hosting bin Laden -Under Turabi’s influence he led Sudan towards a more radical brand of Islam, hosting Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden and sending jihadist volunteers to fight in the country’s civil war with the south Sudanese.In 1993, Washington put Sudan on its list of “state sponsors of terrorism” and four years later slapped Khartoum with a trade embargo — only lifted in 2017 — over charges that included human rights abuses.Bashir sought to end Sudan’s isolation in 1999, ousting Turabi from his inner circle.But when insurgents launched a rebellion in Darfur in 2003, his government’s decision to unleash the armed forces and allied militia brought him further international criticism.More than 300,000 people have been killed in the Darfur conflict, the UN says, and more than two million displaced.Since 2011, Bashir also faced insurgencies in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, launched by the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-North.last_img read more

September 2

NASA To Test Inflatable Room For Astronauts In Space

first_imgAn artist’s rendering of the BEAM inflatable annex attached to the side of the International Space Station.A new era for living in space may be about to start.A prototype habitat is headed to the International Space Station for a two-year trial. What makes the module unique is it’s launched folded up, and it’s inflated to its full size once in orbit.  (The launch is set for 4:43 p.m. ET, and you can watch it live here.)The idea for inflatables began at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in the 1990s. The space agency was trying to figure out how to get astronauts to Mars, without the crew going crazy living in a tiny capsule for months on end.Kriss Kennedy was a NASA engineer working on the problem. It essentially boiled down to this: How do you pack a large living structure into a small rocket cargo space? The solution: inflatables.“Well, there are several advantages for inflatable habitats; one is you can package it in a smaller volume,” says Kennedy, and then expand it once you get into space.The inflatable is not like a balloon. Folded up, it just looks like a cylinder. Expanded, it grows upward and outward so it looks more like a watermelon. It’s made of multiple layers of Kevlar and other materials resistant to micrometeorites. And even though it’s inflated, Kennedy says you shouldn’t think of it as squishy.“It’s very rigid,” he says. “Once you get even a partial pressure it’s extremely hard, as hard as aluminum.”But as enthusiastic as some at NASA were for this new approach to building space habitats, Congress wasn’t sufficiently impressed, and in 2000 legislators told NASA to kill the program.Enter billionaire Robert Bigelow, a man who made his fortune in budget hotels. He saw a future for inflatable space habitats, maybe even space hotels.He got the rights to NASA’s inflatable technology and created Bigelow Aerospace.After more than a decade of development, the company has produced BEAM, Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, and NASA has agreed to attach it to the International Space Station and see how it performs.Folded up, BEAM is about 6 feet by 6 feet. Inflated, it’s about 12 feet by 10 feet, approximately the size of a small RV.NASA wanted extra room that could be transported to space in compact form and expanded upon arrival.Jason Crusan is in charge of BEAM for NASA. He says when it arrives at the station, astronauts will remove it from the cargo rocket with the station’s robotic arm and plug into a node on the station.Once it’s securely attached, the astronauts will start to inflate it.“It could be done as fast as four minutes,” says Crusan. “We’re not going to do it that fast. We’ll do it over the course of several hours.”It’s not that expanding it too fast might make it pop. BEAM’s layered design won’t let that happen. He says you could poke a big hole in an outer layer “and it will leak, obviously. but it’s not going to puncture like a balloon.”While it’s attached to the space station, the plan is for the crew to go inside the habitat from time to time to see how it’s performing. Crusan says there are no plans at the moment for the crew to have a sleepover.BEAM will be attached to the space station for two years. After that it will be detached and allowed to burn up in Earth’s atmosphere.Crusan says NASA now sees a future for inflatables, and it’s the same future as in the 1990s: getting humans to Mars.“We do want to look at the use of expandables in what we call our Mars transit architecture,” he says.What goes around comes around.Copyright 2016 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Sharelast_img read more

August 31

Tale of realism and dreams

first_imgGet ready to walk on a journey of transition between her actual life and her dreams which show a plethora of emotions on her beautiful but expectant face, in the solo art show by Rangoli Garg at Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre in the national Capital from July 1 – 5, 10:00 am onwards. Rangoli Garg, who hails from the city of Nawabs, Lucknow, is fascinated by the Indian marvel Taj Mahal. Her inspiration from the Taj Mahal can be perceived in her paintings that have arches, pillars, doors and motifs constituting Laadli’s home. “She lurks behind the pillars and doors while her shyness ornaments her entire existence. In her dreams, she contemplates a land of completeness for herself,” shares artist, Rangoli Garg.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The exhibition is a series of artworks done by Rangoli on an Indian girl, who plays and hides in her beautiful home as her potentials wait to be fully sought. It depicts the various moods, feelings, emotions and aspirations of the life of a young Indian lady, ‘Laadli’. Laadli is a shy, attractive, doe-eyed Indian girl who dreams of an era of completeness for herself.The portrayal is poetic and dialogues with the intensity of narration of an Indian tale are in sync. The message is to accept and encourage Indian girls towards their dreams where they would be working towards increasing their inner courage, self respect and confidence.last_img read more

August 18

Gunman hijacks Rio de Janeiro school bus

first_imgRIO DE JANEIRO (AP) – Rio de Janeiro police say an armed man suspected of stealing a car hijacked a bus carrying several children on a field trip and forced it to take him to a nearby slum.Authorities say Tuesday that the man and an accomplice had first tried to hide in a public clinic, where they took a woman hostage. The woman was shot in an exchange of gunfire between the suspects and police. She was in serious condition, while one suspect was shot and later died. Top holiday drink recipes Comments   Share   Police say the other suspect fled the clinic, took over the bus and eventually escaped, leaving the kids unharmed.Bus driver Marco Pereira tells the Globo newspaper his biggest fear was the bus getting caught in crossfire between the suspect and police.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Top Stories Men’s health affects baby’s health too Sponsored Stories How do cataracts affect your vision?last_img read more

August 18

1st batch of Clinton emails to be released around 1230 pm

first_img Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Sponsored Stories 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies The documents cover emails between 2011 and 2012 related to the Benghazi facility and its security, and to the broader issue of a U.S. diplomatic presence in Libya.Harf says the emails don’t provide new facts about how four Americans were killed on Sept. 11, 2012.The State Department is still reviewing 55,000 further pages of emails from Clinton’s private email account. They’ll be published on a rolling basis.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.center_img Top Stories Comments   Share   4 must play golf courses in Arizona Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department will release the first batch of emails from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state around 12:30 p.m. EDT Friday.Spokeswoman Marie Harf says publication includes 296 emails given to a House committee investigating the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.She says redactions were made according to Freedom of Information Act standards.last_img read more

August 11

Derrick Hall satisfied with Dbacks buying and se

first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments   Share   – TE Rob Housler did not practice for the third consecutive day, and is listed as “doubtful.” Arians said it will be a game-time decision, but that if the third-year pro is out, the offense won’t change much.– Defensive tackle Dan Williams, who played his college ball at Tennessee, will be making his first trip back as a member of the Cardinals in a regular season game. He expects to have more than 30 friends and family members there to watch.– It’s pretty apparent that everyone in the locker room understands what’s at stake over the team’s final three games.Stat of the DayKarlos Dansby already has 16 passes defensed this season. Prior to this year, his career high was nine — which he tallied last season with the Miami Dolphins.Quote of the Day“Last year we were a little more comfortable at this time because the records weren’t as good,” left tackle Bradley Sowell said of participating in a playoff push this year after reaching the postseason with the Colts last year. “But I’ve been fortunate. I’ve been on two really good football teams that have both deserved to be in the playoffs. Hopefully I can keep it going wherever I’m at.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo This Day in Arizona Cardinals HistoryOn Dec. 13, 1994, the Cardinals improved to 7-7 on the season by beating the Philadelphia Eagles 20-17 in overtime.It was a huge win for the Cardinals that kept their playoff hopes alive, and it was a close game pretty much throughout.The Cardinals jumped out to a 10-0 first quarter lead by way of a 28-yard field goal from Chris Jacke and a 70-yard pick-six from safety Tommy Bennett, but saw their cushion evaporate by halftime because of a TD run by Duce Staley and a Chris Boniol field goal, both of which happened in the second quarter.The Eagles then went on to take a 17-10 lead when Koy Detmer connected with Irving Fryar for a 26-yard score in the fourth quarter, but Jake Plummer hit Rob Moore from nine yards out to tie things up and send the game into overtime.And it was in OT where Jacke converted a 32-yard attempt, propelling the Cardinals to victory.For the game, Cards RB Adrian Murrell gained 174 yards on 32 carries, and Plummer completed 18-of-26 passes for 234 yards with one touchdown and one interception. His favorite target was Moore, who hauled in 7 passes for 109 yards and a score.For the Eagles, Staley rushed for 141 yards and a score on 30 carries, while Detmer completed 16-of-28 passes for 219 yards with one TD and one INT. Top Stories TEMPE, Ariz. — The Arizona Cardinals held practice Friday, just a couple days before taking on the Titans. Of Note– QB Carson Palmer was “limited” and is “questionable” for Sunday, but when asked about it, coach Bruce Arians said it is “very similar” to how questionable the passer was heading into last week’s game against the Rams. And for what it’s worth, Palmer was pretty good in that one. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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(like Hillary Clinton) put forward smart ideas about what government could do to achieve a more sustainable and shared recovery they dont gain the traction that they should because there is a group of voters poorer less educated less invested in the capital markets and having been put through the wringer by globalization that simply dont believe any establishment political figure anymore Thats dangerous because while the outsiders (like Donald Trump or the Leave contingency in the UK) are offering plenty of fire and brimstone they arent offering real solutions to the economic malaise facing most developed (and many developing) countries these days Its a snowball cycle of diminishing trust and diminishing economic returns Britains vote to leave the EU is the most extreme example of this scary cycle right now But I dont think it will be the last Contact us at editors@timecomConvention on Biological Diversity Two years after setting targets in Aichi Japan for saving global biodiversity 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