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Stories of Holocaust survival must be shared and preserved – UN officials

“Holocaust survivors will not be with us forever – but the legacy of their survival must live on,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a message to mark the International Day in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust.“All of them carry a crucial message for all of us,” he stated. “A message about the triumph of the human spirit. A living testament that tyranny, though it may rise, will surely not prevail.“We must preserve their stories – through memorials… through education… most of all through robust efforts to prevent genocide and other grave crimes,” said the Secretary-General, pledging the full commitment of the UN to this cause. In her statement to mark the Day, the UN human rights chief noted that it is now more than 60 years since the systematic murder of one third of the Jewish people, as well as thousands of other victims, including Roma, Slavs, disabled people, homosexuals, Jehovah’s witnesses, communists and political dissidents. “But the grotesque nature and scale of the Holocaust is in no way diminished by the passing of time,” stated High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay.She added that a continued focus on the Holocaust helps people to remain alert to the dangers presented by contemporary outbreaks of anti-Semitism and various forms of vilification and discrimination targeting other specific racial, ethnic or social groups. “Remembering the Holocaust, and how it came about, can – and should – help us to intervene much earlier in the escalating pattern of prejudice that can lead eventually to genocide. It is also an essential response to those who claim that the Holocaust never happened,” Ms. Pillay said.In 2005, the General Assembly designated 27 January, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, as the International Day. This year’s observance includes a memorial ceremony and concert, as well as the opening of two exhibitions at UN Headquarters in New York, one titled “Generations: Survival and the Legacy of Hope” and the other titled “Architecture of Murder: The Auschwitz-Birkenau Blueprints.” Speaking at the opening of the exhibit last night, Mr. Ban remarked that the blueprints for Auschwitz-Birkenau show just how many people it took to build “this enterprise of death,” from the Nazi leaders who commissioned the extermination camps and the architects and engineers who designed the gas chambers and crematoria, to the drivers who delivered the wood, the workers who hammered the nails and laid the bricks, and those who turned on the poison gas.“This exhibition delivers a vital message that bears repeating again and again: the Holocaust did not just happen; it was planned,” said Mr. Ban. “The abominable crimes committed against so many millions of Jews and others were not just incidental casualties of war; they were its very intent.”Events are also being held around the world to mark the Day, including a screening of the film As Seen Through Their Eyes by a number of UN information centres. 27 January 2010Top UN officials have stressed the importance of sharing the stories of the men, women and children who survived Nazi death camps as a way to encourage respect for diversity and human rights. read more


Kanjipani ordered to be detained under PTA

The Colombo Additional Magistrate today allowed the Colombo Crimes Division (CCD) to detain and further question notorious criminal Kanjipani Imran under the controversial Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA).Kanjipani Imran was produced in court today after being detained for questioning. Accordingly, the Colombo Additional Magistrate allowed the CCD to further detain Kanjipani Imran under the PTA. Kanjipani Imran was deported to Sri Lanka this week after being arrested in Dubai with notorious underworld leader Makandure Madush.He was arrested at the airport and detained for questioning before being produced before the Magistrate today. (Colombo Gazette) The CCD requested that court grant approval for Kanjipani Imran be further detained to be questioned.


Iraq UN envoy continues toplevel talks on political and security developments

A day after holding talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki, Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative Ashraf Qazi briefed Mr. Talibani on his recent trips to Abu Dhabi, New York and Washington, as well as the high-level meetings convened by Mr. Annan on the International Compact with Iraq (ICI). The ICI was launched in July in an effort to end the killings and bring stability to Iraq and Mr. Annan has warned that without greater global support, Iraq will fail to attain peace.“President Talbani expressed his appreciation for the United Nations partnership with Iraq on the ICI and looked forward to the implementation phase of commitments made by both Iraq and the international community,” the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) said in a statement. Mr. Talibani informed Mr. Qazi of progress made on the various initiatives, including the ‘Pledge to Stop the Bloodshed’ announced by Mr. Al-Maliki and other Iraqi leaders on Sunday, “which would hopefully bring down the level of sectarian violence,” the statement added. The two also discussed the human rights situation. read more


Ohio State hockeys 11game winless skid snapped against Western Michigan

The streak is over. The Ohio State men’s ice hockey team defeated Western Michigan Saturday night, 4-3, and with the win the No. 15-ranked Buckeyes ended their 11-game winless streak. OSU (15-11-5, 11-10-5-1 CCHA) was 0-7-4 in 2012 coming into Saturday night’s contest, after losing to the No. 18-ranked Broncos (15-12-5, 12-9-3-3 CCHA) Friday night, 3-2, in the first game of the two-game set. On Saturday, with the Buckeyes trailing 2-2, OSU junior forward Alex Carlson scored twice in the final 5:24 of the third period to give OSU the win. Buckeye freshman forwards Max McCormick and Ryan Dzingel also tallied in the victory. After falling behind, 1-0, in the second period on Friday, the Buckeyes got out to a fast start Saturday. Midway through the first period, McCormick scored a power-play goal at 9:14 with assists from Dzingel and freshman defenseman Ben Gallacher. Following the tally, the Broncos committed another penalty 25 seconds later, and the Buckeyes converted with a goal from Dzingel at 10:23 in the opening period. OSU’s power play had been struggling coming into this weekend. The Buckeyes were 0-14 with a man advantage in two losses to Michigan State in Columbus last weekend. OSU got back on track this weekend, scoring four power-play goals. WMU responded to OSU’s two power-play goals in the first period Saturday with three straight scores. At 17:58 in the first period, the Broncos cut the Buckeyes’ lead to 2-1 with a score from WMU sophomore forward Chase Balisy. Following a scoreless second period, WMU took the lead with two quick goals. At 7:23, freshman forward Will Kessel backhanded a shot past OSU senior goalie Cal Heeter during a 4-on-4. Just 52 seconds later, WMU junior defenseman Matt Tennyson tallied to give the Broncos a 3-2 lead with a little more than 10 minutes remaining. Carlson regained the lead for the Buckeyes for good with two late goals. The first came on the power play at 14:36 after OSU freshman forward Darik Angeli’s shot was blocked, but Carlson was there for the rebound score to tie the game 3-3. The second came at 16:36 when Carlson buried home a puck that was just outside the crease. Heeter made 21 saves in net for the Buckeyes in the victory. With the win, OSU is now alone in fourth place in the CCHA with 39 points, two points back of third-place Michigan and one point ahead of Michigan State and Lake Superior State, which are tied for fifth place. WMU is in second place with 42 points, five points back of first-place Ferris State. The Buckeyes have this weekend off before playing their final series of the regular season on Feb. 24 and 25 against Miami (Ohio). The two teams will play in Oxford, Ohio, at 6:05 p.m. Friday and in Columbus at 7:05 p.m. Saturday. read more


Engen fuel and lubes for worldleading uranium mine

first_imgEngen Petroleum, a leading producer and marketer of fuels, lubricants and oil-based products, has the contract for the provision of facilities, fuel, lubricants and services to ensure full operational efficiency for the Husab uranium project in Namibia. China General Nuclear Power Holding Corp (CGNPC), China’s biggest producer of nuclear energy, has commenced mining at Husab. Once in full production, Husab will be one of the largest uranium mines in the world.In 2014, CGNPC’s Namibian unit, Swakop Uranium invited the Africa’s major players to tender for the supply of essential goods and services to its Husab project. Following a considered evaluation process, Engen won the contract and General Manager of Engen’s International Business Division, Drikus Kotze says the company is proud to have been appointed the fuel and lubricant service provider on a project of this magnitude and importance to Namibia.“Engen has been involved in the design, procurement and construction of the fuel storage and dispensing facility, and will assume full responsibility for the day-to-day management and reporting,” says Kotze, adding that “Husab is also an important HSEQ project for Engen, as it is both a flagship operation – with strict criteria on Health, Safety, Environment and Quality – and an opportunity for us to benchmark our capabilities and offering to the mining sector as a whole.”Namibia is currently the world’s fifth-largest producer of uranium and will overtake Niger and Australia with Husab in full production.Naturally, to establish an operational fuel facility for a mine the size of the Husab, which is located approximately 60 km from Swakopmund, is no easy task. “We are currently operational from a temporary facility with the permanent facility nearing completion,” explains Kotze. “Construction of the permanent facility commenced in May 2015 and should be completed and commissioned in late March 2016.”Engen’s Commercial Services Manager, Paindane Henrique, says the contingent requirements upon each tendering supplier were typically complex. “The mine will move 150 Mt/y of rock and 15 Mt/y of processed ore, and consume 80 million litres of diesel in doing so.”Beyond the heavy-duty mining equipment, there were many obstacles Engen needed to overcome.“For example, a broad range of heavy vehicles each carried stringent specifications, based on the original engine manufacturer’s 50 ppm diesel and lubricants requirements. These included low sulphur fuels with low water content and superior cleanliness to ensure operations and fuel system longevity. Engen products fitted this perfectly,” explains Henrique.“Supplying these fuels requires optimum supply chain quality and monitoring at various stages in the supply process together with the necessary best available technology and operating practices.”With an expanding Namibian footprint built upon its Walvis Bay Terminal and several depots, Engen continues to leverage its infrastructure, experience and growing reputation in the mining Sector to expand its operations and impact in the region.last_img read more


Une pomme de terre OGM bientôt dans nos assiettes

first_imgUne pomme de terre OGM bientôt dans nos assiettes ? Le groupe d’agrochimie allemand BASF a indiqué lundi avoir demandé l’autorisation de cultiver Fortuna, une pomme de terre OGM destinée avant tout à l’alimentation humaine.Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments, l’EFSA devrait prochainement recevoir, après qu’elle ait transité par la Commission européenne, une demande du groupe d’agrochimie BASF. Il s’agit, pour le géant allemand, de recevoir une autorisation lui permettant de cultiver la première pomme de terre génétiquement modifiée et baptisée Fortuna. Celle-ci est dérivée des pommes de terre Fontane, l’une des variétés les plus utilisées pour la fabrication de frites. Mais sa particularité génétique lui permet de résister au mildiou un parasite très dévastateur pour les cultures de pomme de terre qui fut notamment l’une des causes de la grande famine irlandaise au XIXe siècle, et qui détruit encore jusqu’à 20% des récoltes annuelles de pommes de terre dans le monde, selon le groupe allemand. Pour arriver à un tel spécimen, BASF a en fait utilisé deux gènes de résistance au mildiou prélevés sur une variété sauvage sud-américaine. “Cette pomme de terre est principalement destinée à l’alimentation humaine”, ainsi qu’à l’alimentation animale, a expliqué un porte-parole du groupe à l’AFP. Après la demande déposée par le groupe allemand, “la prochaine étape du processus d’autorisation consiste donc pour l’autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments à en tester la sécurité pour les humains, les animaux et l’environnement”, selon BASF. Néanmoins, l’EFSA n’a pas de délai imparti dans lequel rendre son avis scientifique et “certaines demandes n’arrivent jamais à bout”, des industriels cessant de répondre aux demandes de précisions scientifiques des autorités, a souligné un porte-parole de l’autorité.Des risques de dissémination des modifications génétiques À lire aussiPourquoi le café donne-t-il envie de faire caca ?Après l’EFSA, ce sera au tour de la Commission européenne et des Etats-membres de dire s’ils sont pour ou contre cette autorisation, ce qui n’empêche pas BASF de déjà planifier l’introduction sur le marché de la pomme de terre “prévue pour 2014 ou 2015″. De son côté, Stephanie Töwe, spécialiste des OGM chez Greenpeace Allemagne insiste sur le fait qu’”il ne faut pas produire de produits alimentaires de base génétiquement modifiés”. Elle met l’accent sur les risques de dissémination des modifications génétiques aux cultures traditionnelles. “Une production non-OGM durable n’est ensuite plus possible”, a-t-elle ajouté.Si l’Union européenne l’autorisait, il s’agirait de la première pomme de terre OGM à pouvoir se retrouver dans nos assiettes, tandis que l’UE accepte déjà les produits alimentaires contenant diverses sortes de maïs, colza, soja et betterave OGM. Le 2 novembre 2011 à 15:10 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more


US political strategist fires back at Fred Mitchell says his comments were

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 15, 2017 – Nassau – The man offering commentary on US investment and business interests, where The Bahamas was used an example of where the United States may have gone wrong in decisions to pull back after the recent recession; is firing back at Fred Mitchell, former Foreign Affairs Minister.Evan Siegfried is not a Fox News paid consultant, but is a Republican Party political strategist, commentator and columnist and he defended his statements made a day before the May 10th elections as factual and one voice in a choir of major organizations which have sounded the alarm about The Bahamas and the Chinese.Seigfried at this website and twitter and on Facebook issued the comments that the New York Times, Bloomberg, Forbes and others have raised alarms about Bahamas-China relations and expressed his shock that Mitchell would hold a press conference to aim to discredit his comments on a Fox News interview.    He cited newspaper articles from the Nassau Guardian which put unemployment at 16.2% and unemployment in Grand Bahama at 19.5%.   Seigfried said,  “Yet, Fred Mitchell and Prime Minister Christie are not focused on solving that.    Instead they have made me and my factual comments the most important thing for them…”The commentator pointed to the ‘in writing’ evidence of Jerome Fitzgerald soliciting bribes from a foreign investor and faulted former AG Allyson Maynard-Gibson for looking the other way.    He said the PLP was guilty of failure in leadership.    It seems voters agreed, as hours later, the PLP would suffer a dismal loss at the polls, securing four seats of 39 with Mitchell losing his constituency in Fox Hill and Mr. Christie losing his in Centerville.#MagneticMediaNews#EvanSiegfried#SiegfriedfiresbackatFredMitchell Related Items:#EvanSiegfried, #magneticmedianews, #SiegfriedfiresbackatFredMitchell Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more


How Nick Park hid Wallace and Gromit in Early Man his latest

first_img Post a comment Every time Jones works with Aardman he takes something away. “You get into [the directors’] minds and vision for the film. And how they really craft each frame. All experience rubs off, at least it should, so I take a lot with me.”He also takes, along with the T-shirts, the gift of a “small statuette” representing each film.”They take pride of place next to my goldfish bowl.” 0 If you work with the studio behind Wallace and Gromit, you get a T-shirt to say you’ve worked with the studio behind Wallace and Gromit.Visual effects supervisor Howard Jones has three of those T-shirts. He worked with Aardman Animations, based in Bristol, England, on Pirates! Band of Misfits, the Shaun the Sheep Movie and Early Man. Howard Jones Aside from free clothing, Jones received another gift: Aardman insider knowledge. For one — and it’s a big charming cracker of a one — he knows where Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park added a cameo of the beloved stop-motion characters in Early Man.The film came out in 2018 and tells the story of cavemen who play football. Aardman and longtime employee Park are experts in sweetly-humoured films that also happen to win Oscar awards. Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is one of those, and living room staple Chicken Run is the highest-grossing stop-motion film of all time.”The cameo was put in by Aardman in a physical puppet crowd-wide scene as the queen arrives,” Jones told me via email. “Wallace is reasonably visible but you have to look quite hard to see Gromit. It’s hard to spot them unless you are in the know.”There’s more.”There is the penguin from The Wrong Trousers and a cameraman both in another shot,” Jones said. “The only clue I’ll give as to where, is there’s a big duck’s bottom in the shot. I’ll leave you to search for that one.”early-man-aardman-clapper.jpgCavemen were the originators of football, according to charming stop-motion animation. Aardman Big duck bottoms are a perk of working with Park, whose brilliantly eccentric Wallace and Gromit films, such as The Wrong Trousers, have told the world how much British people like cheese and crackers. Park has since gone on to direct the Shaun the Sheep Movie, a spinoff of Wallace and Gromit.Despite Early Man’s seemingly simple plot — a big football game will decide the fate of a tribe’s valley — it’s one of Park’s most ambitious films. Jones’ job was to interpret what Park wanted for the visual effects. In one Gladiator-inspired scene, 20,000 CGI people boo, cheer and look astonished in a crowd. Along with scenery, it’s one of the few parts of the film rendered in CGI.maxresdefault-2Two people have delayed astonished reactions. That’s how detailed this is. Aardman “The key for me is to listen to the director and figure out what they mean,” Jones explained. He checked the VFX dailies, the footage his 12-person team at AxisVFX created every day, ensuring their work was top-notch Park quality. He clearly succeeded: Early Man was nominated seven times at the 46th Annie Awards (honouring excellence in animation).”If a director doesn’t speak VFX but can suggest the speed of a rocket flying past with a few sound effects, I need to understand what that means and visualise it,” Jones said.Early Man is mainly stop-motion with some CGI. Jones’ team ended up delivering 1,350 shots during Early Man’s 13-month production, making life easier for the sculptors by digitally creating lush valleys, volcanic badlands and other scenery, as well as that huge crowd scene.”AxisVFX did a fantastic job for us, delivering VFX work that blended beautifully with the look of our prehistoric and Bronze Age worlds — while working under very demanding pressure from our tight delivery dates,” said Aardman’s Tom Barnes, technical director on Early Man.122444Park embraced technology for Early Man. Aardman A longtime fan of Aardman, Jones grew up watching the Aardman character Morph, an orange shape-shifting clay man featured on the kids’ art show Take Hart from the ’70s. He graduated with a fine arts degree in 1988 and followed his passion for film into a position at Avid, the company behind the professional editing software. From there, he worked in TV before his first collaboration with Aardman on Pirates. Jones owes a lot to his time working with Aardman. While working on Pirates, a non-Park film about a ragtag group of pirates trying to win the world-renowned Pirate of the Year competition, he made a fortuitous friend.image1Enlarge ImageJones’ collections of statuettes from working with Aardman. Howard Jones “My earliest memory of working on Pirates was sitting in reception on the first day waiting to be taken over to my workstation,” Jones said. “This other guy turned up and after a very short conversation we sat there like two grumpy old-ish men. However after Pirates wrapped we carried on working on each others projects and two years later we set up AxisVFX.”Now, after six years of working together, Jones and Grant Hewlett “still sit there like two grumpy older men.”When it came to Early Man’s 20,000-strong VFX crowd, Aardman supplied Jones’ team with about 30 animated reactions. Through the software Golaem Crowd, the team combined the animations to create a natural balance in the crowd.”We could dial in a percentage of props, and behaviours so that the action was natural and not distracting from the main action,” Jones said.After that, Park gave the team live-action video, in which Park himself acted out the main crowd reactions. “It’s a great way to get his direction. From that we timelined the sequences to work out what action was where and how it transitioned across shots,” Jones said.Jones and his team are currently working on Aardman’s next film, Farmageddon: A Shaun the Sheep Movie, due out Jan. 9 in 2020 and no doubt an equally adorable sequel to the first film.  2019 movies to geek out over 77 Photos More on Early Man How ‘Early Man’ mixes painstaking puppetry with a little CG Caveman caper ‘Early Man’ is a prehistoric pleasure Aardman’s ‘Early Man’ took Maisie Williams to her early days TV and Movies Tags Share your voicelast_img read more


Migrant poets find hope from hardship

first_imgA Bangladeshi construction worker, Md Sharif Uddin, has written “Stranger to Myself” and won the best non-fiction title at the prestigious Singapore Books Awards last year.In dorms on Singapore’s fringes or employers’ backrooms, a growing number of migrant workers are using poetry to shed light on their hidden struggles and reconnect with their roots.The tiny Southeast Asian nation of 5.6 million counts on a about 1 million migrant workers from countries like Bangladesh, Indonesia, China and Myanmar to fuel its powerhouse economy, working in sectors from construction to services and home help.Although horrific labour abuse cases are rare in the rich city-state, campaigners say migrants grapple with unpaid salaries, having their travel documents withheld and massive debts racked up in fees they pay agents to get work.Often tucked away in dormitories for foreign workers and only seen in public on Sundays, their day off, scores of migrants are writing poetry and short stories offering a rare insight into their little known worlds.“When I write, I am happy. When people read our work and accept us as human beings, we are happy,” Indonesian domestic worker Deni Apriyani told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.Hailing from a sleepy village in Indonesia, 29-year-old Apriyani moved to Singapore in 2013 to become a domestic worker as she wanted to buy land for her father, a farmer, back home.Working from dawn to dusk looking after an expatriate family, she started writing poetry on her mobile phone at the end of her 14-hour work day as an outlet for her frustration as she struggled to adjust to life in the new city.Softly-spoken Apriyani won a poetry writing competition for migrants in 2017 and one of her poems was published in a book last year that brought together more than 60 works by Singaporean writers and migrant workers.“You call them sluts, you call them useless, you call them shameful, but did you know the stories behind them?” she asked in the poem “Murderers”, which highlighted the stigma facing migrant workers who try to find love in the city.AWARD-WINNINGThe growing focus on writing by migrant workers began about five years ago with poetry contests organised by advocates that aimed to use literature to break down barriers between foreign workers and Singaporean society.These competitions have now branched out to other parts of Asia which also rely heavily on migrant workers, including Malaysia and Taiwan.In Singapore, their poems are found in bookshops and public libraries, with Bangladeshi construction worker Md Sharif Uddin’s “Stranger to Myself” winning best non-fiction title at the prestigious Singapore Books Awards last year.Stories of migrant workers are also gaining attention in other artistic formats.“A Land Imagined”, an award-winning film about low-paid migrants in Singapore, was released domestically last month, with local critics hailing it as a “historic milestone in Singapore cinema”.Singaporean author and poet Jamal Ismail said migrants’ unique experiences and work have enriched the island’s literary scene.“They might not write beautifully but there is an abundance of humanism in them,” he said, during a workshop where he offered guidance to a group of migrant poets.He recounted how he was struck by a poem by a migrant domestic worker who likened her life in the city to that of a cockroach, and another who told him she had not been paid for six months.“They are marginalized and they feel lonely. When you’re lonely, that is when you reflect on what is the meaning of life? That is something they have that is so powerful,” he said.Singapore’s government maintains migrant workers are well protected, and the country remains a popular destination for foreign laborers as they generally enjoy higher wages than in other parts of the region.Sales of migrant workers’ books are low compared to more mainstream writers, but local publishers said their potential is enormous.“They really struck a chord and there was empathy,” said Ng Kah Gay from Singapore’s Ethos Books, which in 2016 published “Me Migrant”, the city-state’s first book by a migrant laborer, Bangladesh’s Md Mukul Hossine, with 3,000 copies sold to date.“Migrant workers are someone whom we’re so familiar with but sometimes we don’t see them, they are invisible. These books flesh out their lives for us to experience, their emotions.”“It’s so important for them to be seen not just as an economic machine but they have their own voice,” Ng said.Goh Eck Kheng from Landmark Books, which has sold 700 copies Uddin’s award-winning “Stranger to Myself” in two print runs so far, said literature gave migrant and local writers a platform to embrace each others’ work. “In that way, literature is a social leveler,” Goh said.‘FREEDOM OF THOUGHT’Translation is the main hurdle for the work of migrant poets to flourish according to Shivaji Das, an Indian-born writer who works in Singapore and has been organizing the annual migrant poetry writing competitions since 2014.Scribbling on cement bags or tapping on their mobile phones after nightfall, workers usually write in native languages like Bengali, Indonesian or Chinese before their work is translated.Publishers said migrant workers also have to compete for attention with a pool of emerging local and foreign writers.But for many of the workers, writing merely is a way to ease their homesickness and document their lives in a different city – as well as a form of empowerment.Fazley Elahi, a Bangladeshi worker who writes poems and set up Migrant Library Singapore a year ago, said reading and writing in his native language reconnects him to his roots after living away from home for a decade.Manned by volunteers, the library has a collection of about 800 books in different languages that are common among migrant workers such as Bengali, Indonesian, Tagalog and Chinese.It also holds writing workshops for aspiring writers and runs a mobile library project that goes to workers’ dorms.In poetry, says Elahi, there are no limits to what he can say which gives him a sense of liberation.“It is the freedom of thought that we treasure,” said the 30-year-old.last_img read more


Dhakas strategic relations with New Delhi and Beijing

first_imgBangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina (L) and China president Xi Jinping shakes hand in Beijing. Photo: PIDBangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina just returned from her first official visit to China after the formation of her government in Dhaka. She was there for 4-5 days in establishing Bangladesh’s strategic relationship with China that attracted the attention of the entire world.This strategic relationship, however, is not very sudden as its inception was in the 2016. But this time, Sheikh Hasina has received a special diplomatic status in China. In consonance with that, different questions have also arisen in India at different diplomatic levels, along with a few news items from Dhaka.According to them, Bangladesh is trying to overcome the dependency on India. In other words, India’s overbearing attitude to Bangladesh may reduce after Hasina’s visit to China. These are some views that have concerned India about the visit.After reading these articles, I tried to accumulate the government of India’s actual reaction in this regard, whether prime minister Narendra Modi and his external affairs minister Jayashankar are really annoyed over Hasina’s China visit.I would like to inform you my experiences have been gathered through diplomatic sources. In brief, India is treating this visit from a very positive perspective. Rather, foreign ministry sources say that India is the biggest gainer in improving relations between China and Bangladesh. India would be happy if there is no misunderstanding between Dhaka and Beijing.Global politics is rapidly changing. Today, with modern thinking, it is for sure that we have come a long way since 1971 and the formation of Bangladesh.The war of liberation was the main reason behind the formation of a new country. The fight of Bengalis living in East Pakistan against the then West Pakistan was historical.There was also the politics of projecting the war as one between India and Pakistan giving less importance to the liberation movement. Today, I should say, it would be unfair for Pakistan to carry the burden of wounded history after so many years. The huge barrier of old thinking can only be broken through proper dialogue.Bangladesh is India’s friend and Pakistan’s guardian is China. Therefore, the naive idea is that China and Bangladesh are in opposition. But it would be a very simplified version at the diplomatic level. This simplification can only be wiped out if all countries speak with each other.Sheikh Hasina should meet president Xi often. Likewise, I want India to talk to China again and again, as prime minister Narendra Modi is doing. One of my favourite teachers at our college, Satyabrata Chakraborty, had once explained how the roof over so-called sovereign countries had blown away. Everyone should maintain a close relationship with each other. Moreover, the Cold War period is over.Nowadays, the world is polycentric. Rather, if China’s relationship with Dhaka is sweetened, India’s tension will also decrease. Because Modi has started bilateral discussions with China, in connection with trade relationship, in his second innings. Whatever happened in Bhutan’s Doklam, India has left it behind and is willing to move forward.China’s relations with Bangladesh at this juncture should not be negative. The way the Chinese leadership accorded a red carpet welcome to Sheikh Hasina is not very common. Chinese premier Li hosted a special dinner for Sheikh Hasina. Nine bilateral agreements were signed during this visit. But the biggest issue is China’s offer of help to Bangladesh on the Rohingya problem. Two of the countries also issued a joint statement based on the agreements and negotiations.The master stroke of Sheikh Hasina’s visit was the dialogue with China on the Rohingya issue. China’s huge financial grants for Rohingyas are very important. But it seems to me that the strategy of increasing Chinese influence over Myanmar is bigger than the monetary help.The Rohingyas, who left Rakhine amidst severe torture, were pressured to get back to their own country. Hasina build the pressure. Myanmar is particularly dependent on China financially. So, putting pressure on Myanmar through China is remarkable diplomacy on Hasina’s part. Besides, activating China on the Rohingya issue is not diplomacy of opposing India.Hence, whoever is thinking that India is unhappy with Hasina’s China visit is wrong. Diplomacy does not go in a straight line. Since 1971, the India-­Bangladesh relationship has not always been linear. The diplomatic relationship between these two countries doesn’t depend on their sizes and capacities. Diplomatic bilateral relations are inverted. Narendra Modi understands this fact.In order to keep the relationship between the two countries intact, the relationship needs to be looked at so that it is not taken for granted.In this modern era of globalisation, no state can stick with the “walk alone” principle. India accounts for 78.86 per cent of Bangladesh’s total borders, whereas Myanmar accounts for only 6.05 per cent. In terms of size, India is twenty-three times bigger than Bangladesh and more than four times larger than Pakistan.Yet, Modi understands how important Bangladesh is to India today. In Bangladesh, some the fundamentalist and vulnerable people question Awami League why friendship with China has not been deepened to pressure India. In fact, not only the Awami League, also Khaleda’s BNP doesn’t want anti-India politics. On the contrary, a BNP delegation is trying to establish bilateral trade with India. Since the assassination of Mujibur Rahman, Dhaka has been active in opposing India.Even in India, in this regard, some motivated people still want to oppose Dhaka under pressure with a strong attitude about Bangladesh. In my opinion, both of these approaches are wrong.After Mujibur Rahman’s assassination, there was rough weather in both the countries’ politics. Lack of stability was noticed. A government was formed under Morarji Desai in India. Border issue, Farakka problem, illegal immigration problem on the border were points of concern.After death of Mujibur Rahman, the then government tried to criticise the Indo-Bangladesh treaty but now it is a bygone story. Past is past. Today China also praised the agreement and Hasina’s visit simultaneously.(Jayanta Ghosal is a senior journalist. The views expressed are personal. He can be reached at read more


Study exposes possible reason for drop out fish in aquaculture salmon farms

first_img Salmon sickness detected in farmed Canadian fish Citation: Study exposes possible reason for ‘drop out’ fish in aquaculture salmon farms (2016, May 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from As the world continues to yearn for ever more sources of food, some entities had taken to fish farming as a way to provide sustainable seafood yields. But, as the business matures, most have noted losses that occur in the form of “drop out” fish—individual fish which do not grow as large as others, become morose, cease moving around and eventually die or get tossed into the trash pile. To date, because the science of fish farming is still somewhat new, little is known about such “drop out” fish, or if something can be done to prevent them from occurring, thereby reducing losses.To learn more, the researches obtained many samples of such fish, along with healthy fish taken from the same fish farm sites in Norway, and did some digging. Suspecting, based on their “sad” behavior, that the fish were possibly experiencing a form of fish depression, the team took measurements of cortisol production and elevated brain serotonergic activation, both of which are common in humans that experience chronic depression or in other animals that have been exposed to long periods of stress. They report that they found both present in the “drop out” salmon, suggesting that they became listless due to overexposure of stimuli and other stress factors, which led to them becoming seriously depressed—so depressed that they became incapable of responding to new sources of stress.The researchers suggest that the “drop out” fish came to their condition due to stresses they encountered that were not in their natural environment (overcrowding, aggressiveness from other fish, handling by humans, vaccinations, etc.) Stresses that all of the fish in the fish farm were forced to endure—it was only those that were not able to cope with the highly stressful environment that were overwhelmed and succumbed to depressive-like symptoms. The team further suggests that losses due to “drop out” fish could be reduced by reducing or eliminating the stress inducers that exist as a normal part of aquaculture processes. © 2016 Explore further More information: Marco A. Vindas et al. Brain serotonergic activation in growth-stunted farmed salmon: adaption versus pathology, Royal Society Open Science (2016). DOI: 10.1098/rsos.160030AbstractSignalling systems activated under stress are highly conserved, suggesting adaptive effects of their function. Pathologies arising from continued activation of such systems may represent a mismatch between evolutionary programming and current environments. Here, we use Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in aquaculture as a model to explore this stance of evolutionary-based medicine, for which empirical evidence has been lacking. Growth-stunted (GS) farmed fish were characterized by elevated brain serotonergic activation, increased cortisol production and behavioural inhibition. We make the novel observation that the serotonergic system in GS fish is unresponsive to additional stressors, yet a cortisol response is maintained. The inability of the serotonergic system to respond to additional stress, while a cortisol response is present, probably leads to both imbalance in energy metabolism and attenuated neural plasticity. Hence, we propose that serotonin-mediated behavioural inhibition may have evolved in vertebrates to minimize stress exposure in vulnerable individuals.center_img (—A team of researchers from Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands has found evidence that might explain “drop out” fish in salmon and other fish farms. In their paper published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, the team describes their studies of salmon brain chemistry of specimens taken from fish farms and what their findings might mean for improving fishery results. Oncorhynchus gorbuscha. Credit: Timothy Knepp/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Journal information: Royal Society Open Science This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more


VIDEO Marshawn Lynch answers anthem protest questions by going into philosophical Beast

first_img Advertisement When Marshawn Lynch was with the Seahawks, he would just show up to press conferences so he wouldn’t get fined, but now that he’s back home with the Raiders, he’s taking questions and giving actual answers like only he can.Yesterday, when asked about “the elephant in the room,” i.e. why he sat for the national anthem in his first preseason game, Lynch responded by deflecting the question with some Beast Mode philosophy about an elephants being scared of mice.Add this to the classic Lynch soundbite reel.Marshawn Lynch’s response to sitting during the national anthem.— 808s & Car Shakes (@808sCarShakes) August 18, 2017last_img


How to Uninstall or Repair an App in Windows 10

first_imgHow to Install Apps in Windows 10How to Reset Your Windows 10 PCHow to Turn Your Windows 10 PC Into a Wireless Display When done, click X to close the Programs and Features window. Credit: Laptop Mag Click Uninstall. To uninstall a program, select the program. Click Repair. If repair is not available, click Change. Press OK to exit the Uninstaller window. Repeat the steps to uninstall another program. Under best match, click Control Panel to open the window. center_img Click on Uninstall a program under the Programs menu. We start with a clean new laptop — ideally, anyway; most are full of bloatware and junk. As the days go by, it only gets worse. We tend to install variety of apps that seem useful at the time but end up being just clutter. We have all been there. When one of your moods to unclutter hits, here’s how to uninstall apps that you are not using anymore. You can also repair an app that is not working properly using some of the same steps.  MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 Type Control Panel in the search box on the taskbar. To repair a program, select the program from the list. by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeVikings: Free Online GameIf you’re over 40 – this game is a must!Vikings: Free Online GameUndoKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoGrepolis – Free Online GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this GameGrepolis – Free Online GameUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoCNN International for ANAThe Secret Of What It Takes To Be Naomi OsakaCNN International for ANAUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoAdvertisement When prompted, click Yes to confirm that you want to uninstall the app. last_img read more


Hearing for Russian in Cancun murder case moved to April

first_imgCancun, Q.R. — A hearing for Aleksei Makeev in the death of a local man has been pushed to April by a Cancun judge.Russian, Aleksei Makeev, was scheduled to be transferred from the Center for Social Reintegration of Chetumal to a court room in Cancun where prosecutors were going to request an abbreviated trial, however, Makeev did not attend the hearing.Sources say judicial management from the Cancun court failed to notify authorities at the Center for Social Reintegration of Chetumal of the hearing.Prosecutors were hoping for an abbreviated trial where Makeev would have plead guilty to the charges against him, but without his appearance, a Cancun judge has moved the date ahead into April.In May of 2017, dozens of people from a neighborhood in which Makeev lived attacked him after they discovered numerous derogatory photos and videos posted online of the Russian mocking Mexicans.During the altercation, Makeev stabbed a 20-year-old man as he reportedly tried to enter Makeev’s home. The young man died from his wounds.Makeev was severely injured and hospitalized after the attack. He was arrested and sent to the Center for Social Reintegration in Chetumal where he’s been held for the past 10 months.During this time, Makeev has undergone a psychological evaluation, however doctors say he does not suffer mental illness.The control judge ordered another hearing for Makeev regarding the murder of a young man, which will be held sometime in April in a Cancun court room. If found guilty, he could face a minimum of 18 years in Mexican prison.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more


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When you peel back the layers of their argumentative onion, you’ll find their plans have less to do with improving operations and quality delivery – and little, if any, on how to pay for anything – and more to do with access. But again, no actionable and tangible ideas on how to pay for easier and wider access.In fact, they’re spinning their wheels. After all, access is an insurance industry problem, not something the acute care or outpatient care facility industry can debate. Because if they accept Medicare and/or Medicaid funds and/or enjoy not-for-profit tax status they have to treat anyone who walks into the emergency room’s swiveling doors with the sniffles – even if the patient’s flat broke. Who pays for that? Ultimately, you and I do. Whether the presidential candidates – or any other politician running for office, for that matter – turn up the heat on the payers and managed care companies that comprise the insurance industry may turn out to be nothing more than political theater for the cameras and the print headlines. That’s because the insurance companies deftly contribute considerable funding to political campaign coffers. And money talks.Physician practices and clinics have been around for several centuries. The nation’s oldest hospital – Pennsylvania Hospital – was founded in 1751 by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond. Other outpatient care facilities, including ambulatory surgery centers, diagnostic imaging centers and cancer treatment centers, can trace their roots back some 40 years. There are tens of thousands of them scattered throughout the nation. Those who don’t make it either exit the market or are acquired.The bottom line: The American healthcare system isn’t broken like some posit. If that were the case, it would be fixed by now by those who need it to work for them, namely those earning money from the system. Hence, the American healthcare system is working for some groups and just not others. The trick is connecting the dots between payers and providers, bridging the gap between the hospital and non-hospital segments and striving for parity. But it won’t be so easy to achieve. Just ask the key executives of the professional sports leagues. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | PACS | June 26, 2019 Mini-PACS Solution for Image Management and Workflow Optimization ImageGrid Mini is a feature-rich, reliable and cost-effective image management and workflow optimization solution, pr read morelast_img read more


Go back to the enewsletter Air Tahiti Nui has rel

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterAir Tahiti Nui has released an array of great value packages to Bora Bora to tempt travellers to visit the stunning island paradise this year, featuring savings of up to $1950 per couple.Surrounded by one of the world’s most beautiful blue lagoons, the island is perfect for those wanting to enjoy the warm waters of Tahiti, with plenty of water sports included in the packages, along with upgrades to the island’s famous overwater bungalows.On sale until 24 March 2016, the offers include:A seven-night escape featuring five nights at the Matai Polynesia Bora Bora Resort in a garden-view room with breakfast daily and complimentary use of kayaks, canoes and snorkelling equipment, two nights at Manava Suite Resort Tahiti, return economy flights and transfers throughout, including inter-island flights, from $2799* per person twin share. Upgrade to an overwater bungalow from an extra $1000* per person twin share.A seven-night escape featuring five nights at the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort in a superior garden bungalow with breakfast daily and complimentary use of canoes and snorkelling equipment, two nights at Manava Suite Resort Tahiti, return economy flights and transfers throughout, including inter-island flights, from $3299* per person twin share. Upgrade to an overwater bungalow from an extra $1000* per person twin share.A seven-night escape featuring five nights at the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort in a garden pool bungalow with private plunge pool and breakfast daily, complimentary use of stand up paddleboards, kayaks, canoes and snorkelling equipment; two nights at Manava Suite Resort Tahiti, return economy flights and transfers throughout, including inter-island flights, from $3999* per person twin share.Upgrade to an overwater bungalow from an extra $1000* per person twin share.*subject to availabilityGo back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more


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