Guardiola hints at freezing Yaya out again

first_imgYaya Touré ‘It depends on him’ – Guardiola cold on Toure return Dom Farrell Last updated 1 year ago 23:30 2/28/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Yaya Toure Manchester City Getty Images Yaya Touré Manchester City Arsenal v Manchester City Arsenal Premier League Guardiola Fernandinho’s injury could open the door to a return for the veteran midfielder, but the coach implied that his prospects are not good Pep Guardiola is seemingly unwilling to bring Yaya Toure in from the cold as his Manchester City team prepare to brave sub-zero temperatures and a Thursday trip to Arsenal.The Premier League leaders will meet their north London foes once more, having run out convincing 3-0 winners in Sunday’s EFL Cup final at Wembley.Arguably the only blot on a destructive second-half showing at the national stadium was a hamstring injury to influential midfielder Fernandinho. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Guardiola did not have a like-for-like replacement for the Brazil international in the holding role on his bench, although Ilkay Gundogan and Kevin De Bruyne combined effectively enough at the base of the midfield to take apart the lacklustre Gunners.Toure would stand as the most natural deputy for Fernandinho, were it not for the fact he has been restricted to five substitute cameos in the Premier League this season.The 34-year-old was left out at Wembley, having featured in every round of the EFL Cup and Guardiola offered a terse response when asked whether Toure could play at Emirates Stadium.”It depends on him,” he said. “It’s simple like that, it depends on him.”Guardiola, who banished Toure from the first-team picture during the early stages of last season amid a public spat with the player’s outspoken agent Dimitri Seluk, would not be drawn on the specifics of what the City crowd favourite must do to earn a return but suggested he is short of his best level.”It depends on him,” he repeated. “If he’s coming back as who he is, he’s going to play. Yeah, he is fit.”Guardiola Toure GFX City youth-team product Phil Foden featured on the bench ahead of Toure last time out and appeared as a substitute during the closing minutes.The 17-year-old will reportedly sign an extended contract with his boyhood club when he turns 18 in May and Guardiola left no doubt over the club’s position.”He knows, his family knows, his agent knows. We would like to keep him with us for a long time,” he said, having seen Foden’s fellow England youth star Jadon Sancho depart for Borussia Dortmund last August.”He has to grow up, get strong. But the huge quality is there.” The main Wembley sub-plot concerned Guardiola wearing a yellow ribbon on the touchline in solidarity with political prisoners in his native Catalonia, in defiance of a Football Association (FA) charge.The 47-year-old began wearing his ribbon to draw attention of pro-independence politicians Jordi Sanchez and Jordi Cuixart being jailed as part of the crackdown that followed last October’s Catalan referendum and, after the FA decided to charge Guardiola over wearing a political message, thousands of City fans also donned ribbons at the national stadium.Guardiola said there had been no further contact from the FA but maintained he was open to dialogue.”Of course I am going write the letter and explain our position but it is the same – I am available for the FA, absolutely. It is no problem,” he added, before addressing the support for his cause from City fans.”It was the feeling to belong to something. I’m really grateful for that initiative. They don’t have to do it, it is in another country but it makes me really happy because it helps people understand what is going on.”last_img read more

ABS Grants Approval to Chiyodas FLNG Power Plant Concept

first_imgzoom Houston-based classification society ABS has granted Approval in Principle (AIP) for a floating LNG power plant and floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) design concept developed by Japan’s Chiyoda Corporation.This concept offers a new approach to delivering new sources of power to remote areas of the world, according to ABS. The conceptual design is based on existing LNG carriers which are converted into floating power plants with small (~72 MW) to medium (~400 MW) scale power generation capabilities.In reviewing Chiyoda’s floating LNG power plant concept, ABS applied its relevant Rules and Guides to confirm that the conceptual design meets the intent of applicable class requirements.“As the energy mix shifts and global demand for gas increases, concepts like this will reshape how energy is supplied,” Patrick Janssens, ABS Vice President for Global Gas Solutions, said.“By basing this concept on existing LNG carriers, we are able to reduce constructions costs and shorten delivery times. We look forward to developing this concept further and expanding the LNG value chain to new markets,” Toyomitsu Kanai, Chiyoda Corporation Project Manager, said.last_img read more

Down North Cook House Ordered to Stop Operating

first_imgNova Scotians and visitors are advised that the Down North Cook House near Dingwall in Cape Breton is currently operating as a food service establishment without a permit. The establishment is located at 30019 Cabot Trail, South Harbour, Victoria Co. It was ordered on Sept. 17 to stop operating, but has not complied with the order. “Our regulations for food service establishments under the Health Protection Act are designed to protect the health of Nova Scotians and visitors,” said Dr. Frank Atherton, deputy chief medical officer of health. “The Down North Cook House is not meeting essential hygiene standards and is not complying with the order to close. We advise Nova Scotians not to eat or drink at the establishment.” Customers of this establishment may be at risk of communicable diseases causing gastro-intestinal symptoms, including vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, and fever. People who have consumed food, water or beverages from this establishment are advised to seek the advice of a health care provider should they experience symptoms.last_img read more

Dartmouth Community Groups Receive Innovation Grants for Youth Initiatives

first_imgCreative arts projects for youth focused on topics such as healthy relationships and consent are receiving grants through the province’s Sexual Violence Strategy. Joyce Treen, MLA for Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage, on behalf of Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard, today, April 22, announced more than $80,000 in Prevention Innovation Grants for two organizations that will work with youth to increase education and prevent sexual violence. “Both of these groups are offering innovative and unique ways to tackle the pressing issue of sexual violence,” said Ms. Treen. “Allowing youth to use their creativity to address the problem is an excellent way to provide meaningful education and hopefully engender change. “I look forward to these plans being put into action and the benefits that will undoubtedly flow from them.” The grants are a commitment under government’s Sexual Violence Strategy. An additional $600,000 for these one-time grants will be made available again in the fall, for a total investment of more than $1.2 million over two years. The grants support community groups and organizations, including youth and underserved populations such as African Nova Scotians, First Nations, and the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) community, to reach out to their peers and help put creative prevention initiatives into practice. The MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning is receiving more than $30,000 to work with 15 to 19-year-olds to create their own comic books and graphic novels about sexual violence prevention. This project will run in Dartmouth as well as Lunenburg and Sydney. “By combining purpose with passion, youth can grow in ways they hadn’t thought possible,” said Heather MacDonald, executive director of the centre. “We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to educate and empower youth across Nova Scotia on such an important issue.” The Fédération des femmes acadiennes is receiving $50,000 to compose a theatre production with students from the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) schools. “Schools are a major force in the dynamism and continuity of Francophone and Acadian communities, with regards to social, economic and cultural aspects,” said Jean d’Entremont, president of the Fédération des femmes acadiennes. “We truly feel that this play which promotes healthy relationships and the importance of knowing the right to consent will create safer environments and stronger communities.” Nearly 100 applications were received. The names of other communities and organizations receiving grants will be announced soon.last_img read more

Liberals refusal to listen to concerns about bordercrossers dangerous Scheer

first_imgOTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the most divisive prime minister in the history of Canada.In an interview with The Canadian Press this week, Scheer is lashing out at the prime minister and the Liberal party for dismissing anyone who criticizes any facet of Canada’s immigration system.He says calling people “Neanderthals” or “neo-Nazis” just for raising concerns about people crossing the border to seek asylum in Canada is unfair.Scheer says that will lead to a backlash among Canadians who are asking honest questions and puts support for legitimate refugees at risk.His comments come several days after Trudeau told The Canadian Press that Scheer and the Conservatives were playing a dangerous game by lying to Canadians to drum up fear over immigration.Both leaders are insisting they will stay positive and carry upbeat messages into the next election — while at the same time attacking their opponents and accusing each other of being dangerous for Canada.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Defence Ministry rejects latest video

The video aims to impress on the international community that thousands of lives were lost periodically with no provable supporting evidence, the Defence Ministry said. The video blames both the government and military, including former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka over some of the incidents, including the failure to send adequate humanitarian aid to the thousands of civilians trapped in the final battle zone at the time. Related post: The Defence Ministry however says the video has been released with the intention of defaming the government at the ongoing UN summit for Human Rights in Geneva. “The Ministry of Defense rejects all allegations of human rights violation stating that it is able to prove with valid evidence that it was the LTTE that committed gross violation of human rights over the past three decades,” the Defence Ministry said.It also said that Channel Four had the opportunity to present the said information to the LLRC officially and take action internationally against HR violation. Instead they opted to air the video purely given the fact that they are unable to prove the authenticity of the footage if confronted by a responsible body. The Defence Ministry has rejected a new video aired on a British television channel which raises fresh allegations of war crimes against the Sri Lankan government and military.In response to the latest Chanel 4 video titled Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields: War Crimes Unpunished, the Defence Ministry also re-released several videos and documents which counter the claims raised by the British television. read more

UN and partners open the worlds first biodiversity park of its kind

“In Asia and Pacific, conservation of biodiversity has assumed renewed importance after the recent tsunami which destroyed considerable parts of the region’s reserves of biodiversity such as forests, fish stocks, coral reefs and mangrove swamps,” the Executive Secretary of the Bangkok-based UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), Kim Hak-Su, told the gathering.“Efforts like the one in Morgah can serve as models for restoring the biodiversity of devastated countries and help prevent further loss of the sustainable livelihoods of the people,” he added.The Morgah Biodiversity Park Project, the brainchild of ESCAP, brings together participants from the private sector, national and local governments, and the local community and aims to conserve endangered and important flora and fauna of the Pothwar region of Pakistan by ex-situ methods, creation of awareness and dissemination of information on biodiversity conservation.A part of ESCAP’s Pro-Poor Public Private Partnership for poverty reduction, it follows the 2002 UN World Summit on Sustainable Development, held in Johannesburg, South Africa.Mr. Kim commended the Government of Pakistan and Attock Refinery Limited for the bold steps they had taken in pioneering this first public-private partnership in providing the poor with access to biodiversity.Also participating in the launch were Pakistani Minister of State for Economic Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar and the Chief Executive Officer of Attock Refinery Limited, M. Raziuddin. read more

Dreams do come true says Hina Khan while posing with Priyanka Chopra

first_imgDiana Penty, Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, Hina Khan, Huma QureshiInstagramHina Khan is currently living her dream with her stunning debut at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival. From making head turns at the red carpet in a sparkling gown by Lebanese designer, Ziad Nakad to launching the poster of her first film Lines in a chic green outfit at the festival’s India Pavilion, the Kasautii Zindagii Kay actress has undoutedly made the entire TV fraternity proud with her stint. And after enjoying a blissful time at the festival, Hina was seen hanging out with Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, Diana Penty and Huma Qureshi and having loads of fun together at the Chopard party last night.Taking her excitement to Instagram, Hina Khan wrote while sharing the group picture, “I have a lot to post, lot to write but for now all I can say is dreams do come true.”Along with Hina Khan, Diana Penty also made a sparkling debut with at the Cannes Film Festival as part of an association with vodka brand Grey Goose. For her look, Diana chose a ravishing mini golden tassle dress by Greek fashion designer Celia Kritharioti paired with embellished sheer golden knee-length heeled boots by the same designer. Hina Khan at Cannes Film Festival 2019ReutersFor the uninitiated, Jitesh Pillai’s shocking comment on Hina Khan’s debut at the Cannes Film Festival has become the talking point in the industry. “Cannes has suddenly become Chandivali Studios kya?” the magazine editor had posted in his Instagram story.Replying to the editor’s comment on her, Hina had earlier tweeted, “I was persistent, I am constant and I will be efficient again and again and again. Don’t know where I belong, don’t know if I have to, as the place doesn’t define me. Because as always I will work my a** off and I will make my own place. My promise, a proud outsider from my Chandivali Studios.”After facing massive flak, the magazine editor apologised to Hina for his comment saying that his comment was misconstrued and wished her continued success. Hina accepted his apology and even thanked him for his good wishes.Catch up with all the latest updates on Indian Beauties at the Cannes 2019.last_img read more

Houston Could Launch New Incentives For Green Development

first_img Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Real estate development projects in Houston could look a bit greener in the future. Last year, the city hired consultants R. G. Miller Engineers, Asakura Robinson, Corona Environmental Consulting and Neptune Street Advisors to recommend ways to make new development include more natural flood mitigation. The team studied nine U.S. cities that already have similar incentives in place. The goal was not just to make policy suggestions, but also to include an implementation schedule and a plan to take action, city officials said. The report is out now, including four proposals to incentivize developers to build green infrastructure. It recommends adopting a city ordinance that would encourage development plans to include environmentally-friendly elements like green roofs, permeable pavement and rainwater harvesting. It also calls for the city to offer tax incentives, a quicker permitting process and new awards and recognition.Michael Bloom, one of the report’s authors, said taking the green approach would be voluntary. A traditional approach would still be available.  “It’s going to be an alternative plan, or an alternative set of rules. It won’t be a mandate,” Bloom said. “It will just be two pathways for getting a project permitted. That’s what we were recommending.” According to the report, the proposed city ordinance could be on the books by late 2020. Bloom said the recommendations have economic benefits for developers. According to the report, making a project greener could reduce the overall costs by about 2%. “What we’re really trying to do is illustrate for the development community that the use of the green infrastructure approach really would help them in their project, as well as provide public benefits at the same time,” Bloom said.The recommended property tax abatement plan could be in place by mid-2021, once the city determines the criteria, officials said.  Environment TexasSidewalks with permeable paving bricks and rain gardens line Bagby Street in Midtown.center_img 00:00 /00:46 Share Xlast_img read more

Heres Why You Cant Watch the Beyonce Coachella Livestream

first_imgBeyonce will perform again at the two-weekend festival this coming Saturday, but Coachella only streams its first weekend. Chances are her performance last weekend added at least two or three zeroes to the secondary-market price for tickets to the sold-out festival.Not surprisingly, this year’s livestream drew the biggest audience in its history, with more than 41 million live views — and during Beyonce’s performance there were 458,000 simultaneous global viewers, making it the most viewed Coachella performance as well as the most viewed live music festival on YouTube, according to a rep.It seems impossible that such a world-beating, meaning-laden, meticulously planned and executed — not to mention completely f—ing awesome — performance could just vanish into the ether, existing only in the memories of those who saw it before the livestream expired, but that’s at least the official word at the moment.However, if we were to take bets on this, we’d say one possible outcome would be: Allowing anticipation and exasperation to build throughout this week leading up to her Saturday performance — and then an announcement that the stream will be exclusively available on Tidal, the streaming service owned by Beyonce’s husband Jay-Z and in which she is a principal. While many other outcomes are certainly possible — maybe involving YouTube’s still-under-development subscription service? — Tidal seems a likely bet, considering that Beyonce was willing to forsake untold millions of dollars in streaming income making her “Lemonade” album a Tidal streaming exclusive “forever,” according to a statement around the time of its 2016 release.In the meantime, get it where and while you can. Owing to the late hour that it took place, the impact of Beyonce’s mind-blowing performance at Coachella Saturday night was a bit diffuse — it ended after 4 a.m. East Coast time, although YouTube re-aired the show on its livestream Sunday afternoon and viewers were able to scroll back and watch it in its entirety. But once that stream timed out, it was gone, except for brief segments of the official livestream in news reports and lots of wobbly fan-shot footage (and a few sites that illegally archived the livestream and have managed to elude Beyonce’s web police, probably not for long).So how can anyone who missed the livestream watch it now, at least legally? Well, apparently, you can’t.“It was a one-time livestream,” a rep for the singer tells Variety. “Unfortunately the livestream is not available on demand,” a rep for YouTube says, noting that certain on-demand clips from other artists — not Beyonce — are available for a 60-day window. No further details were provided, although that policy is in line with Coachella’s standard procedure since YouTube began livestreaming the festival in 2011. Popular on Variety center_img ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

Study suggests long term collaborations result in more productive scientific careers

first_img Citation: Study suggests long term collaborations result in more productive scientific careers (2015, August 11) retrieved 18 August 2019 from Explore further 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. Researchers prefer citing researchers of good reputation Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Most people probably realize that collaborations generally result in better work, both in and out of the sciences, due to the beneficial results of more minds working simultaneously on one or more problems, but do things work out better when two people work on multiple projects over many years, versus individuals building a career with serial pairings with different partners? That is what Petersen sought to learn.To find out, he studied publications by 473 physicists and biologists over the course of their careers, which covered 94,000 papers and involved 166,000 collaborators. In so doing, he discovered that between 60 and 80 percent of any given researchers’ collaborations lasted just one year or even less. He also identified what he terms super-ties, where pairs of collaborators worked together for decades—sometimes working together on roughly half of their projects. When comparing researchers that were part of super-ties against those that engaged in serial pairings, he found long-term pairings increased publication numbers for an individual researcher by, on average, 17 percent. Thus he concludes that long-term pairings on collaborative efforts are likely to increase a researcher’s publication productivity and in so doing boost his or her career development and success. Petersen’s paper also highlights what some consider a problem in scientific publications—people doing just enough work on an effort to get their name on a paper, bolstering their resumes by appearing as a researcher/author on multiple papers and thus engaging in multiple collaborations—in effect, gaming the system. Also, Petersen’s efforts focused on collaborative pairs—what is still not clear is whether researchers who are part of larger groups who collaborate together for many years gain the same sort of productivity boost.center_img More information: Quantifying the impact of weak, strong, and super ties in scientific careers, Alexander Michael Petersen, PNAS, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1501444112 AbstractScientists are frequently faced with the important decision to start or terminate a creative partnership. This process can be influenced by strategic motivations, as early career researchers are pursuers, whereas senior researchers are typically attractors, of new collaborative opportunities. Focusing on the longitudinal aspects of scientific collaboration, we analyzed 473 collaboration profiles using an egocentric perspective that accounts for researcher-specific characteristics and provides insight into a range of topics, from career achievement and sustainability to team dynamics and efficiency. From more than 166,000 collaboration records, we quantify the frequency distributions of collaboration duration and tie strength, showing that collaboration networks are dominated by weak ties characterized by high turnover rates. We use analytic extreme value thresholds to identify a new class of indispensable super ties, the strongest of which commonly exhibit >50% publication overlap with the central scientist. The prevalence of super ties suggests that they arise from career strategies based upon cost, risk, and reward sharing and complementary skill matching. We then use a combination of descriptive and panel regression methods to compare the subset of publications coauthored with a super tie to the subset without one, controlling for pertinent features such as career age, prestige, team size, and prior group experience. We find that super ties contribute to above-average productivity and a 17% citation increase per publication, thus identifying these partnerships—the analog of life partners—as a major factor in science career development. © 2015 (—Alexander Michael Petersen, a researcher with the Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies in Italy has conducted a study looking into one measure of scientific career success—publication—and found that those people that pair with another researcher to form a long term collaboration, tend to have more productive careers. In his paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Petersen describes the study he carried out, and what he found along the way. Collaboration network of Hungarian mathematician Paul Erdos, with Erdos as the central node, collaborators as peripheral nodes, and node link thickness proportional to the number of coauthored publications. Orange nodes denote Erdos’ super ties, with whom he coauthored more than 15 publications. Credit: Alexander M. Petersenlast_img read more

Delhi film fest to have global touches

first_imgAll you movie buffs in the Capital, get set for yet another film festival. Called the Delhi International Film Festival, it was inaugurated on Friday by telecom minister Kapil Sibal. Sibal addressed the media and shared his fondness for Amitabh Bachchan’s films.The seven-day long festival will kickstart with 74 films and documentaries from 32 countries including India, US, Israel, Iran, Spain, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Mynamar, Spain, Japan, Greece, Cyprus, Poland, Ukraine, Italy, Germany, Australia, Canada, Lebanon and China. The festival will see over 30 short documentary films from India and around 10 from Pakistan. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’A film from Poland — 80 million — shall be the opening film of the festival while Lamha, a film from Pakistan will be the closing film.A total of 16 feature, animation and art films are scheduled for screening during the festival. Around 15 films in the NRI Section will also be screened. Special emphasis in the NRI section is on women filmmakers. Some of their films include The Gran Plan by Sangeeta Nambiar, Mauams by Shilpa Krishnan from Singapore and Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixChildren of God by Faukia Akhtar from UAE.A few of the films to be screened on the first day of the festival include Black Spot on white Saree, a 13-minute documentary and Rajula, a 102-minute documenatry from India. Foreign films marking their entry will be Bhool, directed by  Raju Ahmad from Bangladesh and Art=(Love)2 directed by Mumtaz Hussain from Pakistan.Day 3 of the festival will have films from the US and Mexico like In the Family and Asalto Al Cine, respectively.The Delhi International Film Festival will have 14 competitive sections of films out of which the best films shall be awarded with Golden and Silver Minar Awards, respectively.DETAILAt: NDMC Convention Centre, Parliament Street When: 22 December- 27 December Timings: 10 am onwardslast_img read more

Teacher recruitment row Another student killed in Islampur clash

first_imgDarjeeling: Another student succumbed to bullet injuries in the wee hours of Friday in the unrest that had taken place over the recruitment of teachers in a school in Islampur in North Dinajpur.The Superintendent of Police, North Dinajpur, on Friday declared that police had not resorted to firing in the incident and it was the outsiders who had mingled with the students, pelted stones, hurled bombs and even fired. Seven persons have been arrested in connection with the incident. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeTapash Burman (20 years) succumbed to his injuries in the wee hours of Friday morning in North Bengal Medical College and Hospital. He was a former student of Daribhit High School and was studying in third year at Islampur College.Incidentally, the students of Daribhit School were protesting against the appointment of Sanskrit and Urdu teachers in the school, demanding other subject teachers to be appointed instead. On Thursday, when the two teachers arrived at the school premises, the students started protesting. A large police contingent arrived to quell the clashes that took place. In the clashes, both the protestors and students suffered injuries. One Rajesh Sarkar (19), a former student of the school and first year student at Islampur College, died on Thursday evening from an alleged bullet injury. As the news of Burman’s death surfaced, locals vandalized the school building and even torched furniture inside the school building. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe BJP called for a 12-day bandh in Raigunj, the district head quarters. The bandh evoked mixed responses. The BJP supporters vandalized four state government buses and two bikes. There was heavy police and RAF deployment. The Chief Minister, who is on a business tour of Europe, has been keeping a close tab on the situation and even had a telephonic conversation with the District Magistrate. Sumit Kumar, Superintendent of Police, North Dinajpur talking to media persons on Friday evening stated: “The police had not resorted to firing on Thursday.” He stated that there was tension in school since the past few days over the recruitment of teachers. “On Thursday too, the students were agitating and even gheraoed the school when a police team had arrived to bring out a teacher who had suddenly fallen ill. When the police were escorting the teacher, they were attacked. Outsiders had infiltrated in the student group and started pelting stones, hurling bombs and even firing. It was a well-chalked out plan,” stated the SP. He further stated that 14 personnel were injured and a constable, Parimal Adhikari, had even sustained bullet injuries and is admitted to Islampur Hospital. The seven persons arrested are being interrogated. “When the police were attacked we used minimum force and non lethal weapons,” claimed Kumar. Majority of the arrested owe allegiance to the BJP party. The parents of the deceased have demanded that the culprits be brought to book.State Education minister Partha Chatterjee, who is heading the group of ministers in absence of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, blamed Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangha for fomenting trouble that led to the violence.”We are certain that RSS had a role in Thursday’s trouble,” Chatterjee said. He blamed the district inspector of schools Rabindra Kumar Mondal, who had first informed students that Urdu teachers would not be recruited but later went ahead with the appointments keeping the administration in dark. “We have put him under immediate suspension,” he added.The minister reiterated that the guilty would not be spared. “It seems that the entire incident was pre-planned. The role of the headmaster of the school is also being examined,” he maintained.last_img read more

Apple Google Amazon Microsoft Sued Over Massive Music Piracy

first_img 2 min read Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. May 20, 2019 Visit any of the major digital music stores and you’ll find unauthorized copies of songs for sale and streaming. The stores know this is happening, but don’t seem to care. That’s the claim being made in a lawsuit filed by the estate of well-known composer Harold Arlen.As Forbes reports, the lawsuit was filed in the U.S. district court of California with a very long list of defendants including Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Pandora, along with the music distributors they work with. It accuses the companies of selling over 6,000 unauthorized recordings of songs Harold Arlen composed and that this counts as “massive music piracy operations in the digital music stores and streaming services.” The lawsuit goes on to claim that the defendants have “joined with notorious music pirates to sell and stream thousands of pirated recordings.”The piracy takes the form of recordings offered using alternative record labels at a cheaper price than the authorized copies. In some cases the cover art has been doctored to remove the legitimate record label logo.The lawsuit seeks to stop any and all copyright infringement by the digital music stores as well as seeking damaged for the infringements that have already occurred under the federal copyright statute. The total amount being sought is in the region of $4.5 million.On its own, losing this case would hardly be felt by the likes of cash-rich Apple, Google, and Microsoft. But in context, this is just one composer and over 6,000 songs. What happens if the Arlen estate wins and all the other composers out there start filing similar lawsuits? They’d likely win and all would want massive payouts. With that in mind, I predict a strong defense against the lawsuit while the digital music stores quickly review the legitimacy of all the songs they sell followed by the quiet removal of any that are of questionable origin. This story originally appeared on PCMag Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goalslast_img read more

Cake goes street legal with Kalk electric enduro bike

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has not translated automatically into quality those institutions that did not invest in quality have now closed down or are facing closure We need to understand this while reducing regulatory barriers for entry of new medical colleges; but the premise that freedom to decide fee structure and allowing for-profit institutions will lead to rampant unethical practices is a flawed one The uniformly conducted final year exam to check the merit and quality of students should address this problem Congressional hearings can sometimes hide more than they reveal So it was yesterday when the research panel of the US House of Representatives science committee held its first public airing of a bill that would make some controversial changes to peer review at the National Science Foundation (NSF) One key change would require the NSF director to certify that every grant will achieve one or more of six national goals—including strengthening the US economy bolstering national defense increasing partnerships between academia and industry and training the next generation of scientists The director would also have to post a description of each pending award before it is made along with the names of the relevant program managers who made the decision A casual observer might easily have come away from the 95-minute hearing with the impression that such language drafted by the committee’s Republican majority is in line with current NSF policy The witnesses didn’t dwell on the language and Representative Larry Bucshon (R-IN) who chairs the subcommittee said that the proposed changes to NSF’s merit review system were “consistent with steps the NSF is already considering to improve accountability which have been approved by the National Science Board” That’s not exactly true says Dan Arvizu chairman of the 24-member board which sets policy for the $7 billion agency The presidentially appointed board has yet to review the 96-page bill Arvizu told ScienceInsider much less sign off on any of its provisions Arvizu explained that he and acting NSF Director Cora Marrett did meet in September with Bucshon and Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX) who leads the full committee “We embraced the idea of transparency accountability and continuous improvement” says Arvizu adding that Smith told him those concepts were also guiding principles for the committee But Arvizu says that none of the specific language in the bill dubbed the FIRST (Frontiers in Innovation Research Science and Technology) Act was even discussed Two weeks ago when science lobbyists were given a 2-page description of the draft legislation committee staffers repeated the message that the science board supported the changes And after today’s briefing a senior aide said that the board had told Smith at the September meeting that it had adopted new guidelines that were consistent with the FIRST Act But Arvizu takes issue with that description What actually happened he says is that the board heard a presentation last month in closed session from Marrett and her aides about “NSF’s approach to implementing” the principles that had been discussed at the September meeting with Smith The board has asked NSF officials “to implement those principles independent of any legislation” the committee might adopt Arvizu added Although Arvizu declined to give details of NSF’s plan he said it consisted of reinforcing existing procedures at the agency “both before and after an award is made” Such steps are likely to include better documentation of how each award satisfies the agency’s two funding criteria—scientific merit and broader impacts—as well as a clearer description for the public of what the researcher hopes to accomplish A second false assumption from the hearing would be that the gentle criticism of those provisions from two former NSF senior officials means only minor tweaks are needed to satisfy the scientific community In reality the testimony of Richard Buckius vice president for research at Purdue University in West Lafayette Indiana and Tim Killeen vice chancellor for research for the State University of New York (SUNY) system pointed to a fundamental misunderstanding in the bill of how NSF operates and more broadly the purpose of federally funded research Oddly enough Bucshon hinted at the first problem in his opening question to Buckius “Yes or no does the proposed FIRST bill have what you might call any congressional interference in the peer review mechanism for evaluating grants at NSF” he wondered A professor of mechanical engineering who led NSF’s engineering directorate for 3 years before going to Purdue in 2008 Buckius immediately asked for some wiggle room “Can I do yes and no” he replied But then he gamely plunged ahead “My first point is who would actually affirm the awards that go out” Buckius began “The bill says the director should But I don’t believe anyone is all-knowing enough to affirm the 11000+ awards made every year So I’d change that” Buckius then offered up a more substantive criticism suggesting that posting pending grant winners would spur widespread second-guessing of reviewers “The bill talks about the prior announcement of awards before they are made” he began “In some of our competitions we only fund a few out of a hundred proposals So that means there will be 90+ folks who prior to the award can energize the system and create chaos So the system could become extremely bogged down” After the hearing Killeen also amplified Buckius’s concerns about posting advance information about an award “It could lead to the worse type of grandstanding” he told ScienceInsider “with scientists making their case in public for why NSF should have funded their research It could become a real free-for-all” Arvizu was also disturbed by the provision “I don’t believe NSF has ever published information about an award before it was made” he said “I’m not even sure how that would work It certainly was not part of our discussion [with Smith]” For Killeen who served as head of NSF’s geosciences directorate for 4 years before joining SUNY in 2012 a bigger problem with the legislation is how it regards basic research “If I have a concern it’s mostly the message that this bill will send out to the world in fact As my testimony indicated I hope it’s a vibrant enthusiastic ‘let’s take on the 21st century’ United States can-do kind of [legislation] rather than one that seeks to find the constraints and stiffen the sinews My personal experience with NSF is that it is a magnificent national asset We don’t want to throttle it back” The list of goals in the legislation also troubles him “I do worry about every proposal having to conform to a specified set of criteria” Killeen said “That’s why I used the word vibrant in my testimony Scientific inquiry includes following leads that may not take you anywhere and setting out hypotheses But yes the overall portfolio should address all of those statements” What’s next Bucshon said in his opening remarks that “members and staff on both sides of the aisle are continuing to work on the final legislation” But he did not say when the subcommittee planned to mark up the bill and he handed off the gavel to Representative David Schweikert (R-AZ) and left before the hearing ended The status of the bill could be affected by a private sitdown next week between the science board and Smith which will take place during the board’s regular 2-day meeting at the foundation Arvizu said it would be a chance for the board and the science committee’s chairman “to understand one another for the board to say ‘Here’s what we are planning to do’ and to ensure him that we are moving in a productive manner to address his concerns” In a statement this morning Smith said that “I look forward to continued discussions with the National Science Board next week on this draft legislation and ways to boost R&D funding” The statementclarifies Bucshon’s comments byexplaining that the draft legislation “is 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