Tamil Nadu IT Minister M Manikandan received 16 Rameswaram-based fishermen who were convicted and conditionally released by a Sri Lankan court, the New Indian Express reported.Twelve of these fishermen had ventured into the sea on July 4 from the Rameswaram jetty and the four others had set out on July 7 from Mandapam. The two groups were arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy on charges of illegally fishing into its territory water, the day after went to the sea. They were lodged at the Jaffna prison. While hearing the case, Judge Anthony Pillai Judeson awarded two years’ jail term to each fisherman, on July 13. For the first time, Sri Lankan fisheries department had filed the charge sheet against these 16 fishermen under the new Fisheries Act that has provisions to punish foreign fishermen who are apprehended in their territory water with longer jail term and a hefty penalty based on the fish catch seized, the size of the boat, and the fishing net used by the fishermen. However, the same day, he suspended the jail term for a period of five years and ordered the release of the fishermen, stating that these fishermen would have to undergo a jail term if they committed the same mistake within a five-year period. (Colombo Gazette)
Standing before the next generation of business leaders, Julia Deans shared critical words of advice: embrace change.The prominent business woman and non-profit CEO has witnessed first-hand the ways in which the working world has evolved through the years, and has learned to adapt each step of the way.She brought that insight to the Goodman School of Business last week, where she told students that to succeed in this changing environment, they will need to be able to constantly reinvent themselves.Julia Deans (left) answers questions from Goodman student leaders about her career and leadership journey.“You’re going to have to reinvent yourselves a lot of times in your careers. You are absolutely going to have to,” she said.Deans was on campus Oct. 3 to share insights into work and leadership with students and the Brock community as she received Goodman’s 2018 Distinguished Leader award.Deans’ career has been dedicated to tackling social and economic challenges. She is the CEO of the Canadian Children’s Literacy Foundation, a non-profit organization that aims to ensure all Canadian children are skilled and confident readers by the end of grade school. With a passion for entrepreneurial start-ups, Deans has served as CEO of Futurpreneur Canada and was the founding CEO of Civic Action, where she helped build the influential organization from an initial project.“When I was sitting in your shoes, most of my fellow students thought they would have one career for life,” Deans said. “My career path, which has been constant reinvention and learning, would have looked very strange to them. “But it’s a path that’s fast becoming the norm and I’m quite confident that it will be the path for most of you who are students here.”Student leaders met with Deans on the morning of her visit and asked questions about her career in an informal setting. In the afternoon, a public lecture gave the Brock community a chance to learn about her take on leadership.As she talked about her own journey, she encouraged those in attendance not to shy away from taking on leadership roles if they present themselves.“Don’t be afraid to lead when the opportunity arises,” Deans said. “Even if you don’t succeed, you are going to learn a huge amount about yourself and be prepared for the next time a leadership opportunity comes your way.”For Goodman’s Graduate Business Council President Priya Mehta, interacting with Deans opened her eyes to what the road to organizational leadership could look like. “Going into this I thought there was a set standard of what you need to do and there’s a set pathway you need to follow to get to that place,” Mehta said. “As Ms. Deans exemplified, there’s no set pathway, and you can shape your own future. She took a lot of risks, but they were risks that paid off and they were all her passions.”Now in its 11th year, the Distinguished Leader Series is a tradition that recognizes the achievements of business leaders in a wide range of industries.Past recipients of the Distinguished Leader award include Deepak Chopra, retired President and CEO of Canada Post, Martine Irman of TD Bank Group, Rossana Magnotta of Magnotta Winery, Len Pennachetti of Cave Spring Cellars and Ned Goodman of Dundee Corporation, among others.Julia Deans (centre) takes a photo with Goodman student leaders during an informal question-and-answer period.
The Nexus 4 was made available for sale yesterday, the same day the Droid DNA was announced on Verizon Wireless. These two devices don’t have a whole lot in common, but one similarity is the inclusion of wireless charging. Both devices use the same technology standard, known as Qi (pronounced ‘chee’) to get power without plugging in a cable.Because Qi is an open standard, there’s no need to wait on the official Nexus dock to be released, or to overpay for the Verizon-sold wireless charger for the DNA. You’ve got options right now.What is Qi?Qi is a wireless charging standard backed by companies like HTC, Motorola, LG, Nokia, Verizon, and Samsung. Qi relies on magnetic induction. The charger transmits power with a coil array over a very short distance, which is absorbed by the coils in the mobile device. Devices that support Qi charging have a coil array directly over the battery.Most Qi devices use guided alignment. This requires the user to place the device directly on top of the transmitting coils. A magnet is often used to keep the device in place. Some Lumia devices, the Nexus 4, and the Droid DNA have the inductive coils built in. Other phones have replacement backs that can add Qi charging capabilities. There are also sleeves for devices like the iPhone that add Qi wireless charging to handsets.Wireless chargers based on Qi are low-output emission devices. They can deliver up to 5 watts of power, which is more than enough to juice up your phone as fast as a microUSB connection would. There are other wireless charging systems used by companies like Powermat, but these are not compatible with Qi devices.Currently available Qi chargersQi charging pads started to show up last year, but they haven’t exactly taken off. The additional battery doors have hurt adoption. The Nexus 4 and Droid DNA are some of the first high-profile devices to come with Qi built-in. Still, there are some cool options out there for not too much money.Energizer inductive charger ($50-60)This unit is fairly reasonably priced, and it can charge two inductive devices along with one USB device at the same time. Strong magnets are positioned under each of the Qi logos to help align the devices, and an LED comes on to let you know your phone is being charged. This would be very handy for households with multiple inductive charging phones. It’s about $59 on Amazon. There is a single position version, but it appears to be out of stock.LG Portable Power Mat ($30-60)The LG WCP-700 has been on the market since last spring, but it’s being presented as the official charger for the HTC Droid DNA. You will be able to buy the device in Verizon stores for $60, but you don’t have to pay that much. As of this writing, it’s on Amazon for about $35. The Power Mat is a single-position charger, but that’s probably all you’ll need. The only drawback seems to be that it makes a very loud beep when you place a phone on it, making it hard to use on a bedside table where you might disturb your better half.Oregon Scientific Time and Wireless Charging Station ($100-110)If you’re feeling a little spendy, the Oregon Scientific clock and charger combo could be an option. This unit has a single-position Qi charger set behind a radio-controlled atomic clock. That’s great if you’re also in the market for a bedside table clock. Still, over $100 on Amazon is a tough sell. It can deliver 5 watts of power, the maximum allowed by the Qi standard. The price is not ideal, and it can be hard to find in stock.The price of the official Nexus dock hasn’t even been announced, and the Droid DNA dock seems to be overpriced by Verizon. If you don’t want to wait it out, you can pick up one of these chargers right now and probably save a little cash.
Short URL By AFP Flame and smoke following an Israeli air strike in Gaza Image: Xinhua News Agency/PA Images Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Flame and smoke following an Israeli air strike in Gaza 87 Comments Tuesday 26 Mar 2019, 7:46 AM 8,086 Views Share433 Tweet Email https://jrnl.ie/4561064 Image: Xinhua News Agency/PA Images ISRAEL KEPT UP air strikes on Gaza into today and Palestinian militants launched new rockets despite a reported ceasefire deal, raising fears of a return to open conflict in the enclave.Gaza’s Islamist rulers, Hamas, had said yesterday evening that an Egypt-brokered ceasefire has been agreed following a flare-up of violence just two weeks before an Israeli general election.But the Israeli army reported late-night mortar fire and 30 new rocket launches from Gaza, on top of 30 rockets detected earlier in the evening.Israel struck around 15 fresh targets including what the army said were a Hamas military compound and an Islamic Jihad position, adding in a statement that it would “increase its operational activity as necessary”.“Our response was very powerful, very very powerful,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Israeli reporters accompanying him on a visit to Washington.“Hamas needs to know that we shall not hesitate to go in (to Gaza) and take all necessary steps,” he said in remarks broadcast on Israeli public radio. Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building that collapsed from reported Israeli air strikes in Gaza Source: Xinhua News Agency/PA ImagesDuring the night, an AFP journalist saw multiple rockets fired from the north of Gaza towards Israel.Some were intercepted by air defences while others hit uninhabited areas, the Israeli army said.The ceasefire announcement came after Israeli strikes hit the office of Hamas Ismail Haniya and dozens of other sites across the Gaza Strip on Monday evening.Those strikes were in response to a rare long-distance rocket attack from the Palestinian enclave that hit a home north of Tel Aviv and wounded seven people early yesterday.Israel, whose strikes began around the same time Netanyahu met US President Donald Trump in Washington, did not comment on the ceasefire report.“Egyptian efforts succeeded with a ceasefire between the occupation and the resistance factions,” Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum had said.Netanyahu, who is also defence minister, boarded a flight back to Israel, cutting short his US visit, and saying that on arrival he would go straight to the defence ministry in Tel Aviv.Today, he had been scheduled to address a pro-Israel lobby group and have dinner with Trump.Balls of fireIsrael and Hamas have fought three wars since 2008, and Netanyahu is believed to want to avoid another one with unpredictable results ahead of the 9 April election.But he faces a tough challenge from a centrist political alliance led by former military chief Benny Gantz and came under pressure to respond firmly.Gaza’s health ministry said last evening that seven people had been wounded as explosions rocked the enclave and balls of fire rose into the sky.There was no indication the Hamas leader was in his office at the time it was hit.In comments from the White House, Netanyahu said “Israel is responding forcefully to this wanton aggression,” while Trump spoke of Israel’s “right to defend itself”.One Israeli strike destroyed a building in Gaza City that Israel alleged was a secret Hamas security and intelligence headquarters.Hamas’s internal security office in Gaza City was also hit.A joint statement from militant groups in Gaza, including Hamas and Islamic Jihad, took responsibility for the rockets fired later yesterday in response to the Israeli strikes.Israel’s army said the rocket from Gaza that hit a house early yesterday was fired by Hamas. Israeli emergency responders inspect a damaged house after it was hit by a rocket in the village of Mishmeret Source: Xinhua News Agency/PA ImagesA Hamas official, speaking to AFP on condition of anonymity, denied the group was behind the rocket, evoking the possibility it was caused by “bad weather”.The Israeli house hit was located in the community of Mishmeret, around 20 kilometres north of Tel Aviv, police said.The rocket would have had to travel some 120 kilometres from Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, where Israel said it was fired from.The hospital treating the wounded said seven Israelis were injured lightly by burns and shrapnel, including three children.Protests anniversaryYesterday’s rocket attack followed another rare incident on 14 March in which two rockets were fired from Gaza towards Tel Aviv.They caused no casualties or damage, but Israel responded to the rocket fire by hitting what it said were around 100 Hamas targets across the Gaza Strip.Four Palestinians were reported wounded in those strikes.Both Hamas and Islamic Jihad denied they were behind the 14 March rocket fire towards Tel Aviv, raising the possibility it was launched by fringe groups.The Israeli army said it was launched by Hamas, but later Israeli media reported the army’s assessment was that the rockets had been fired by mistake during maintenance work.Saturday marks the first anniversary of mass Palestinian protests along the Gaza border that have drawn a deadly response from the Israeli army.At least 258 Palestinians have been killed along with two Israeli soldiers.An informal truce between Hamas and Israel had led to relative calm along the border, but recent weeks have seen another uptick in violence.- © AFP 2019 Israel continues Gaza air strikes and Palestinian militants fire rockets despite apparent ceasefire “Our response was very powerful, very very powerful,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. 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By AFP Wednesday 13 Jun 2018, 8:58 PM 32 Comments Source: Ged Killen/Twitter Share47 Tweet Email1 Six Labour MPs resign before Brexit vote in another turbulent day at Westminster MPs have just voted against having a “Norway model” arrangement with the EU after Brexit. Image: PA Wire/PA Images FIVE JUNIOR LABOUR MPs and a shadow minister have quit in an act of rebellion ahead of another key Brexit vote this evening.The politicians quit their posts in protest against their party’s handling of Brexit votes – specifically on its decision to abstain from a vote being held tonight. According to the Sun, they are shadow cabinet office minister Laura Smith, Ged Killen, Ellie Reeves, Tonia Antoniazzi and Anna McMorrin.The Guardian reports that around 75 Labour MPs defied the whip by backing the EEA amendment – 74 by voting in favour, and one by acting as a teller. A further 15 voted against the amendment, bringing the number who defied the party whip to 90.This places pressure on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who has been accused of being too soft in opposing the government’s stance on Brexit. Although Corbyn has said that he’s a ‘remainer’, he’s been accused of being anti-Europe prior to the June 2016 referendum. http://jrnl.ie/4069722 Jun 13th 2018, 8:58 PM 33,807 Views This evening, I have resigned as Shadow Defence PPS to vote in favour of the Lords EEA amendment. I have always said as an MP I will put the interests of my constituents first and I believe that means voting to maintain the closest possible relationship with the EU after Brexit. pic.twitter.com/biMsQbSkPT— Ged Killen (@Gedk) June 13, 2018 The resignations came ahead of another key Brexit vote being held on whether the UK wanted its relationship with the EU post Brexit to be based on the “Norway model”.But MPs voted 327-126 against the House of Lords’ amendment in Withdrawal Bill which would have forced the government to negotiate remaining in the EEA (that’s the Norway model).Labour had decided to abstain from the vote, which prompted the initial criticism of Corbyn that led to the resignations.‘Remainer’ MP Dominic Grieve told Sky News after the vote that he voted against the government and in favour of “the Norway model” as a symbolic gesture.He said that Norway can control its agriculture and fisheries sector and that those who wanted to leave the EU had advocated this model before the referendum.“We want to express the view that it shouldn’t be ignored,” he said.This week, rows have been brewing at Westminster relates to the flagship EU (Withdrawal) Bill, which sets the legal framework for Brexit and would transfer thousands of European rules into British law.The Scottish Parliament has refused to approve the bill because it could mean powers currently held by Brussels are moved to London, even when they relate to devolved areas – Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.Earlier today, the Scottish National Party leader Ian Blackford, used a parliamentary procedure to try to disrupt the weekly prime minister’s question time, calling for an immediate vote on a motion for MPs to sit in private.The speaker agreed to discuss the issue once question time was over but when Blackford refused to take his seat, ordered the Scot out of the chamber for the rest of the day.The reason the SNP acted this evening was because the government allowed no time for MPs to debate devolution issues in the bill last night, in what would have been their last opportunity to object.Blackford said the lack of debate was a “democratic outrage” and said the situation had become a “constitutional crisis”.A Downing Street source dismissed the protest as a “stunt”. The source said the government had held talks with Scotland for a year and the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff had accepted its devolution proposals.“The vast majority of powers that come back from the EU in terms of the devolved administrations will go directly to Belfast, Edinburgh and Cardiff,” the source said.Northern Ireland’s Stormont Assembly has been suspended for more than a year after Sinn Féin pulled from the power sharing agreement with the DUP over the cash-for-ash scandal.- With reporting from Gráinne Ní Aodha Image: PA Wire/PA Images Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
When Marvel and Square Enix both teased that they were dropping big news at the same time, we all assumed it meant famous Disney property Spider-Man would show in Kingdom Hearts III alongside Prompto and Haley Joel Osment. But while that may still happen, the actual announcement is arguably much more exciting, at least for the West. Square Enix and Marvel have struck a multi-game partnership starting with an Avengers game.Check out the trailer!There aren’t too many details but the ones we know are pretty promising. The Avengers Project is being developed by Crystal Dynamics and Eidos-Montréal, the folks behind the excellent Tomb Raider and Deus Ex reboots, respectively. Based on the hammer, broken glasses, robot arm, and patriotic shield, we can assume Thor, Hulk, Iron Man, and Captain America will star in this “original story” with “iconic moments” that will thrill “longtime fans of the franchise.” Based on the tone, visuals, and voiceover, they seem pretty beat-up and demoralized. These heroes need to #reassemble. But we don’t know when that will happen since the trailer doesn’t give any release window outside of “2018.”The announcement does specify that this is a multi-game announcement, which is good news since Marvel’s video game efforts mostly floundered during the building of the MCU. The Phase 1 games from Sega were so mediocre that no other serious, non-casual MCU games have been developed since. THQ was working on a first-person Avengers game featuring Skrulls, but it was cancelled.However, Marvel has said it wants to recommit to AAA video games with the right partners and we can see the proof of that initiative. We’re getting a new Marvel vs. Capcom, a slick-looking Spider-Man game from Insomniac exclusively for PlayStation 4, a Guardians of the Galaxy Telltale game, and now this Square Enix Avengers game to look forward to.What other games could come from this partnership? A gritty, M-rated Defenders game? A surreal M.O.D.O.K. adventure a la Katamari Damacy. With Marvel and Square Enix now officially in business. I still think it’s only a matter of time before we’re forced to witness Hawkeye hanging out with some Final Fantasy dope. #Reassemble. Sony Pictures CEO Says ‘Door Is Closed’ for Now on Spider-Man SplitMarvel Censors Criticism of America From Marvel Comics #1000 Stay on target
Only seven points separate Manchester City from Liverpool in the English Premier League table and both teams face off tomorrow nightIn what many are calling the game of the month, first-place Liverpool will take on third-place Manchester City tomorrow in the English Premier League.And for the Citizens manager Pep Guardiola, this is the perfect opportunity to reduce the gap between these two clubs.“The reality is clear. We are seven points down, so it is the second round of games and I have a feeling there is a big opportunity for us to reduce the gap,” said Guardiola to the City official webpage.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“People are asking what we will do if we lose, but we are going to try to win the game, be there and have a chance to fight for the Premier League.”“If you relax against Liverpool it will be a mistake. You have to be aggressive. Everyone needs to take responsibility and be yourself. It’s what you have to do,” he added.“It is a good challenge for us. We are focused on what we have to do to win the game. We are going to try and after we will analyze what is the game.”
Raisa and Georgiy Mosh immigrated to the United States from Moldova in June 1998 with the hope of giving their children a better life. They chose the U.S. city of Vancouver as their new home.“When my parents first came to America, they didn’t know English,” said Tanya Mosh, the couple’s eldest daughter. “It was really hard for them. They encouraged us to get a good education.”The couple couldn’t have known that on Jan. 19 of this year a careless driver would end the lives of Raisa Mosh, 45, and her friend, Irina Gardinant, 28, and then drive away.That driver, Brandon C. Smith, 28, of Vancouver was sentenced in Clark County Superior Court Friday to 8 1/2 years in prison — the maximum allowed by the law — for striking and killing the women.The two women and Mosh’s son, Mark, then 12, were returning from a baby shower at about 8 p.m. on a Sunday.As they crossed Vancouver Mall Drive at the intersection of Northeast 72nd Avenue, Smith’s white 2007 Toyota Tacoma pickup struck them in the crosswalk.
London: Britain is having a political nervous breakdown and is taking a huge risk as it prepares to leave the European Union after a divisive referendum, a former senior UK intelligence official said on Saturday. Sir John Sawers, who stepped down as head of Britain’s MI6 foreign intelligence service in 2014, told the BBC that with Brexit looming he was concerned about the calibre of Britain’s political leaders, both in the ruling Conservative Party and the main opposition Labour Party. Also Read – EAM Jaishankar calls on European Parliament President David Sassoli Advertise With Us “We are going through a political nervous breakdown here in the UK. We have potential prime ministers being elected by the Conservative Party now, (and) in the shape of the leader of the opposition, who do not have the standing that we have become used to in our top leadership,” Sawers said. “Whether people can develop that when they become prime minister, we will have to wait and see, in terms of the candidates for the Conservative leadership,” he said. Also Read – This is why Denmark, Sweden and Germany are considering a meat tax Advertise With Us Conservative members are currently voting for the party’s next leader, who will also become prime minister. They are choosing between frontrunner Boris Johnson, a former London mayor and foreign minister, and Jeremy Hunt, the current foreign minister. Sawers’ intervention comes in the same week as a report in The Times newspaper that cited unidentified senior officials as saying they were concerned that opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was too frail to be prime minister. Corbyn called for an independent investigation into the report. Advertise With Us A Labour Party spokeswoman declined to comment on Sawers’ comments, as did a representative for Hunt. Johnson’s camp could not immediately be reached for comment. Sawers said senior officials in government were concerned about the direction in which Britain was heading. “There is a lot of anxiety as we leave the European Union, we take a huge risk to our international standing, to the strength of the British economy,” he said. In a 2016 referendum Britons voted 52 per cent to 48 per cent to leave the EU but more than three years later the country is still in the union and its future path is not clear. In the Conservative Party contest to replace Theresa May and become prime minister Brexit has been the defining issue and both candidates insist they will take the country out of the EU.
New Delhi : Asserting that India now has a decisive leadership to handle the country’s myriad challenges, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday announced the creation of the post of chief of defence staff, vowed to fulfil aspirations of people of Jammu and Kashmir, called for checking the “population explosion” and renewed his push for ‘one nation, one election’. Also Read – Financial emergency: Cong blames BJP for economic slowdown in country Advertise With Us In his first Independence Day address to the nation in his second term from the ramparts of Red Fort, Modi pitched the abrogation of Article 370 as a step towards ‘one nation, one Constitution’, saying a new approach was needed as the provisions granting special status for Jammu and Kashmir failed to yield desired results in 70 years and that every possible effort will be made to develop the region. Also Read – Artificial Intelligence, cloud computing, drones in focus of Modi govt for better e-governance Advertise With Us As a slew of significant announcements like the promise to provide piped drinking water to every household across the country marked his nearly 95-minute speech, the prime minister said his government in the second term will work towards fulfilling the people’s aspirations and dreams after meeting their needs in the last five years. In his sixth consecutive Independence Day address, Modi also touched upon a host of other issues, including tackling cross-border terrorism, corruption, poverty, ensuring ease of living, banning single-use plastic, curbing use of fertilisers and water conservation. Advertise With Us With his government facing criticism for increasing taxes on the affluent class, Modi sought to assuage them, saying those creating wealth must be respected as wealth distribution can happen only when wealth is created. Wearing a white kurta and a colourful safa, the prime minister referred to BJP’s big win in the general election and said his government’s return to power showed as to how despair had given way to hope with people believing that the country can change for the better after seeing his dispensation’s first five years of work. Modi said the BJP-led government worked to fulfil the common man’s needs and especially targeted the welfare of rural India, farmers, backwards, Dalits and tribals. He then added, “But time changes. If the 2014-19 period was about fulfilling people’s needs, then the time after 2019 (polls) is about meeting their aspirations and dreams. We have prepared a blueprint keeping in mind how India should be in the 21st century… and are taking steps towards it.” He said within a short span of 10 weeks, his government in its second term took series of major decisions, including revocation of Article 370, strengthening anti-terror laws, reforming medical education and legislation against triple talaq, emphasising that it is not shying away from taking bold moves. Rejecting criticism on the government’s decisions on Jammu and Kashmir, Modi wondered why those speaking in support of Article 370 kept it as a temporary provision for 70 years after introducing it. “If it was so essential and life-changing, if you had the conviction, then for 70 years, why did it remain temporary, why did you not use your large mandates to make it permanent?” Modi questioned, adding his government is determined to ensure all-round development of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. “One nation, one Constitution has become a reality and our nation is proud of it,” he said and referred to Parliament clearing legislations relating to the decisions with a two-third majority, to buttress his point that majority of lawmakers wanted it. “Our government does not delay decisions. We neither nurse problems nor keep them festering,” he said on Article 370. Referring to the law against triple talaq, he said it should not be seen through political prism. “If we can take steps against ‘Sati’ custom, female foeticide, child marriage and dowry, then why not against instant triple talaq,” he said The Prime Minister said that the interest of the country was paramount for him not his political future. In a clear reference to Pakistan, Modi said those who support, protect and export terrorism must be exposed. He said India is not the only target of terrorism in the region. Countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan have also been affected. The prime minister also greeted Afghanistan which is all set to commemorate 100 years of its independence on August 19. Talking about making people’s lives easier, he said his priority was to ensure ‘ease of living’ with government having minimal role in people’s lives. “Let our people have the freedom of pursuing their own aspirations, let the right eco-system be made in this regard,” he said. On Goods and Services Tax, he said it brought to life the dream of ‘one nation, one tax’. Voicing concern over “population explosion”, the prime minister said it leads to many difficulties and there was need for the Centre as well as state governments to launch schemes to tackle it. Keeping one’s families small is an act of patriotism and those who do so deserve our respect and need to be felicitated, he said. “Population explosion has been occurring at an unrestrained pace. This population explosion is creating innumerable challenges for us and the coming generations,” the prime minister said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the country has entered an era where it does not need to hide its problems and asserted that the time had come to face challenges head on. Taking decisions by keeping in mind “political profits and losses” causes more problems for coming generations, he said. Modi led the BJP to a historic victory with 303 seats out 543 in Lok Sabha compared to 282 in 2014 general election.
Women who smoke during pregnancy may increase the risk of children developing neuropsychiatric disorders associated with behavioural problems, warn researchers.“Our study not only shows an important role for maternal prenatal smoking in risk for both simple and complex chronic tic disorders in children, but it also suggests that smoking may be exerting some of its effects through subtle changes in brain development that might occur as a result of foetal exposure to nicotine,” said Dorothy Grice, Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, US. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfFurther, heavy smoking when pregnant has been associated with a two to three-fold increased risk of several behavioural manifestations in children, including neuropsychiatric difficulties such as chronic tic disorders and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Maternal smoking can also lead to lower birth weight and premature delivery in children, which may, in turn, become a risk factor for subsequent behavioural problems in the child. Furthermore, parental smoking is associated with lower socio-economic status and higher rates of alcohol and substance use, and these factors are also linked to behavioural changes in children.The findings were published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Tags: New Zealand, Travel Alert Share Monday, November 14, 2016 WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand is planning to send in military helicopters and a navy ship to rescue about 1,000 tourists and hundreds of residents who remain stranded in the coastal town of Kaikoura after a powerful earthquake on Monday cut off train and vehicle access.The magnitude-7.8 quake struck the South Island just after midnight. It left two people dead and triggered a small tsunami. It also brought down rocks and mud that swept across highways and cracked apart roads.Home to about 2,000 residents, Kaikoura is a popular destination for travellers taking part in whale-watching expeditions or wanting a stopover with mountain views. But the quake knocked out water supplies and sewerage systems and left people with no easy way out.“From all directions, Kaikoura has essentially been isolated,” Air Commodore Darryn Webb, the Acting Commander of New Zealand’s Joint Forces, told The Associated Press. “There’s a real imperative to support the town because it can’t support itself.”Webb said the military planned to begin using four NH90 helicopters on Tuesday that could each transport about 18 people out of the town at a time. He said a ship was also leaving Auckland on Monday night that could potentially pick up hundreds of people if weather conditions allowed.“We’re going to get as many people and belongings out as quickly as we can,” Webb said.He said the weather forecast wasn’t looking great and the operation could take several days. He said that if needed, a C-130 military transport plane could drop fuel, water, food and other supplies to the town.Elsewhere, strong aftershocks continued to shake New Zealand on Monday, rattling the nerves of exhausted residents. The country was largely spared the devastation it saw in 2011 when an earthquake struck the city of Christchurch and killed 185 people. That quake was one of New Zealand’s worst disasters, causing an estimated $25 billion in damage.Monday’s quake caused damage in Wellington, the capital, and was also strongly felt in Christchurch. Residents said the shaking went on for about three minutes.More news: Can you guess the top Instagrammed wedding locations in the world?Police said one person died in Kaikoura and another in Mt. Lyford, a nearby ski resort. Several other people suffered minor injuries in Kaikoura, police spokeswoman Rachel Purdom said.Prime Minister John Key flew over the destruction in Kaikoura by helicopter as aftershocks kicked up dust from the landslides below. Cars could be seen lying on their sides and parts of the road were clearly impassable.“It’s just utter devastation,” Key said.Heading south with Gerry Brownlee and Andrew Little to check in on the people of Kaikoura and surrounding areas. pic.twitter.com/dMQ3xi5xPn— John Key (@johnkeypm) November 14, 2016He later toured the area and met with locals. He estimated the cleanup effort would run into the billions of dollars and said clearing the debris and blocked roads could take months.Kaikoura resident Terry Thompson said he was out of town when the quake struck but managed to reach his wife on her cellphone before the phone died.“She said the glass exploded right out of the double ranch-slider,” he said. “The neighbour’s chimney was gone, there were breakages and things smashed everywhere.”Thompson said his wife helped a 93-year-old neighbour and a tourist into her car and drove to higher ground.“They stayed in the car all night but couldn’t sleep,” Thompson said. “They’re all very, very tired and concerned about the state of their property.”Video taken from a helicopter near Kaikoura showed three cows stranded on an island of grass in a paddock that had been ripped apart in the quake. The patch of grass was surrounded by deep ravines of collapsed earth, trapping the animals where they stood.The quake temporarily knocked out New Zealand’s emergency call number, 111. In Wellington, it collapsed a ferry loading ramp, broke windows and caused items to fall from shelves. It also forced hundreds of tourists onto the streets as hotels were evacuated.Australians Paul and Sandra Wardrop and their children, Alexander, 15, and William, 12, were on the 10th floor of the Park Hotel when the shaking began.More news: Can you guess the one and only hotel company to rank on Indeed’s Top Workplaces in Canada list?“We felt that the building was going to collapse,” Sandra Wardrop said. “You could hear the sounds of the building shaking and see cracks appearing in the walls, in the plasterwork in the bedroom.”The family was among dozens of people who took shelter in the capital’s parliamentary complex, which threw open its doors.Police, meanwhile, stepped up their patrols after receiving several reports of burglaries in homes and businesses that had been evacuated due to the quake.Authorities in Wellington told people who work in the city’s central business district to stay home on Monday. Officials said some large buildings were showing signs of structural stress. The city’s suburban rail network was shut while crews checked tracks, bridges and tunnels.New Zealand, with a population of 4.7 million, sits on the “Ring of Fire,” an arc of seismic faults around the Pacific Ocean where earthquakes are common.The location of Monday’s quake largely helps explain why the damage was so minimal compared to the 2011 temblor, said Mark Quigley, associate professor of active tectonics at the University of Melbourne in Australia.The 2011 quake was located almost directly beneath Christchurch, meaning tens of thousands of people were exposed to the most violent shaking at the epicenter. Monday’s quake was centred in a rural area that is home to just a few thousand people.The 2011 quake also had a tremendous amount of high-frequency energy, including very strong vertical ground motions that felt “like you’re being picked up by a giant and being shaken around,” Quigley said.But for those in Christchurch on Monday, the shaking felt very different – more of a rolling motion. “They were far enough away that a lot of that high-frequency energy was dissipated,” Quigley said.The quake was centred 93 kilometres (57 miles) northeast of Christchurch at a depth of 23 kilometres (14 miles), according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The USGS initially estimated it had a magnitude of 7.4 before revising it to 7.8. << Previous PostNext Post >> New Zealand plans rescue of tourists stranded by earthquake Source: The Associated Press
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