New Delhi: A 15-year-old boy was murdered in Outer Delhi’s Sultanpuri area. Police claimed that they have apprehended the juvenile in the case.The reason behind the incident seems to be a petty issue and further investigation is going on in the case. Deputy Commissioner of Police (outer) Seju P Kuruvilla said that the incident came to light on Saturday. Both accused and deceased had a scuffle on the petty issue. “The accused attacked the boy with the knife resulting in his death,” police said adding that after investigation they apprehended the juvenile. The deceased lived with his family in Sultanpuri area. He was studying in a school. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”After the attack, he was rushed to hospital where the boy was declared brought dead by doctors,” police said. The probe is going on in the fact that in the past, whether both accused-deceased had any scuffle. A case was registered under appropriate sections of IPC. Case registered against Cop In another incident, Delhi Police has filed a case against officers of Adarsh Nagar police station for allegedly ill-treating a third-year law student, officials said on Sunday. In his complaint, the complainant said that on August 25 at around 1:15 pm, he got a call from Adarsh Nagar police station regarding three persons, including his nephew Amar, having been arrested. When he reached the police station and asked why they have been arrested, the police started thrashing him. The investigation is going on from different angles.
New Delhi: A woman on Wednesday died under mysterious circumstances after Delhi Police claimed that she and her associate were beaten up by local labourers, whoapparently caught them stealing items from a pressure-cooker manufacturing unit in Outer North’s Samaypur Badli region. Police claimed that a group of seven to eight women entered the manufacturing unit on Wednesday night and while stealing items from the site, local labourers caught them red-handed. According to the police, two of the women were beaten by the labourers and locals alike, while the others fled. When police reached the spot, they broke up the scuffle and took both women to a nearby hospital in Rohini, where they were treated and discharged, said investigating officials. Police claimed that both women were arrested from the hospital and produced before the magistrate. After their judicial custody was ordered, one of the women, aged 37 years complained of pain and was taken to the hospital again, where she died. When asked whether the two women were subjected to police brutality of any form, DCP Gaurav Sharma said, “Deceased was caught red-handed while stealing and was beaten by public persons present around. She was not even made to visit police station and was arrested from hospital and presented before magistrate. No beating by police.”
Rabat – Moroccan officials have visited Luanda this week to discuss bilateral agreements, raising hopes for a diplomatic rapprochement between the two countries. The Moroccan delegation’s working visit, which began July 23, aims to prepare the third session of the joint Morocco-Angola commission. Officials discussed their bilateral ties and “future trade and cooperation agreements” that a rapprochement would entail. In addition to high-ranking Moroccan officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Moroccan delegation consisted of officials from the departments of education, transport, industry, and agriculture, considered strategic for bilateral cooperation between the two states. This week’s visit comes two weeks after an Angolan delegation led by Foreign Affairs Minister Manuel Domingos Augusto paid a similar visit to Morocco. During the Angolan delegation’s stay in Morocco, Domingos Augusto visited the Tangier-Med harbor and expressed his country’s desire to actively collaborate with Morocco on expertise sharing.Angola is both a leading African economy and a traditionally pro-Polisario country, making the rapprochement between Rabat and Luanda significant.Morocco seeks to go out of its African diplomacy comfort zone by furthering its recently-gained continental diplomatic assertiveness, even in traditionally “hostile territories,” according to a Moroccan diplomatic source. According to the same source, this week’s visit is the culmination of a year-long active but unofficial rapprochement. Although formal discussions to tighten diplomatic ties only started in mid-July this year, King Mohammed VI and President Joao Lourenco gave the green light long ago when they met on the sidelines of the last two AU heads of state summits. The two leaders also met more recently at the Blue Funds summit in Congo, where President Lourenco is believed to have told Mohammed VI that he has “a keen interest in the Moroccan development model.”
In a special ceremony held at Bridwell Estate in Bogawantalawa, Hatton today 155 houses built under the Indian Housing Project were handed over to the beneficiaries jointly by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and High Commissioner of India to Sri Lanka Taranjit Singh Sandhu in the presence of Palani Digambaram, Minister for Hill country New Villages, Infrastructure and Community Development.Several Members of Parliament and Central Provincial Council, senior officials from Plantation Human Development Trust (PHDT), Implementing Agency – Sri Lanka Red Cross, Bogawantalawa Regional Plantation Company and a large number of people from the region attended the function. Expressing India’s support for realization of Sri Lanka’s developmental priorities, he reiterated Government and people of India’s commitment to participate with the people of Sri Lanka in their journey towards greater peace and prosperity. He underscored that the Indian Housing Project in Sri Lanka with a grant of over US$ 350 million (close to 50 billion LKR), was the largest Indian grant assistance project in any country abroad. He also recalled that out of the total commitment of 63,000 houses, 47,000 houses had already been built. Prime Minister Wickremesinghe in his remarks thanked Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and the Government of India for the development support extended to India. The High Commissioner in his remarks on the occasion, congratulated the proud owners of the newly built independent houses.
WASHINGTON — The trade war between the United States and China has had a substantial impact on trade flows between the world’s two largest economies. But one thing has remained constant — the United States is still running its biggest trade deficit with China.The Commerce Department reported Friday that America’s deficit in merchandise trade with China through the first six months of this year stood at $167 billion, down 10.1% from the same period last year.That is still well above the deficit the United States is running with Mexico of $50.3 billion, which is the second largest imbalance. The deficit with Mexico did increase by a sharp 34.2% in the first six months of the year.With both America and China in a tit-for-tat tariff war, trade flows of both countries have suffered. America’s goods exports to China have fallen 18.9% in the first half of this year to $52 billion while China’s sales to the United States have fallen by 12.4% to $219 billion.The Associated Press
Secretary-General Kofi Annan today announced the appointment of a Pakistani human rights expert and veteran United Nations manager as Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights.Mehr Khan Williams, who has worked for the UN since 1976, holding senior management positions in New York, Florence and Bangkok with the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), will become an Assistant-Secretary-General.Until this July, she was UNICEF’s regional director in East Asia and the Pacific, providing leadership and oversight for the agency’s work in 22 countries, and is currently Special Advisor to UNICEF chief Carol Bellamy. She has also served as Acting Director of the UN Information Centre in Sydney.
“We have done everything possible to avoid this, but it has become necessary to reduce ration sizes by 20 per cent in November and December in order to stretch our existing food stocks to last through the end of the year,” said Ronald Sibanda, Country Director in Kenya for the World Food Programme (WFP). “We hope this will be a temporary measure as we appeal to donors to come to the assistance of the hundreds of thousands of refugees who rely on WFP to meet their daily food needs.”WFP urged donors to respond to its urgent appeal “as quickly as possible,” noting that it needs about $10 million every month to distribute more than 10,000 metric tons of food to refugees in the two camps.While reduced rations will allow food distributions to continue for the 535,000 camp-based refugees through the end of the year, further cuts may be necessary if no additional resources become available, as food stocks will be nearly exhausted by January. “We believe that the international community understands the importance of continuing this vital food lifeline for the refugees in Dadaab and Kakuma,” said Raouf Mazou, the Representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for Kenya. “We are concerned that a reduction in rations could have a negative impact on the health and nutrition of refugees who rely on the food assistance,” he stated.The 20 per cent reduction in ration sizes means that refugees will not receive the World Health Organization’s (WHO) minimum recommended energy requirements of 2,100 kilocalories per day and will instead get 1,680 kilocalories. WFP has been providing food assistance, consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt, to thousands of refugees from across the region since the camps in Dadaab and Kakuma were established more than 20 years ago.
The family and experts had hoped that the matter would be resolved by the time of the 100th anniversary of their deaths this week.It has now been postponed until at least 2020. Yesterday, a dozen members of the Romanov Family Association attended two memorial services in St Petersburg, visiting the Hermitage Museum, which was once the Tsar’s Winter Police, and taking part in a liturgy dedicated to the 100th anniversary with governor Georgy Poltavchenko. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. They also paid their respects at Peter and Paul Fortress, where the remains of Nicholas II, his wife and three of his five children are buried.In honour of their long Russian heritage, the Romanov women wore hats made “by imperial appointment” by Lady Laura Cathcart, whose ancestors were ambassadors to the court of Catherine the Great in the 18th century.Princess Olga, speaking after the Russian services, told the Telegraph the family now hoped for “closure”, and for the bodies of the two children to be laid to rest. The descendants of the Russian imperial family have called on the church to give them “closure”, allowing the bodies of two missing Romanov children to be laid to rest with their parents on the centenary of their murder.Princess Olga, the great-niece of Tsar Nicholas II and president of the Romanov Family Association, said the burial of the brother and sister, along with their three siblings and parents, would finally allow their family to “rest in peace” together.The Princess, who lives in 13th century mansion Provender House in Kent, travelled with a dozen family members to St Petersburg yesterday to mark the 100th anniversary of the execution of the Tsar, Tsarina, their children and acquaintances in the mystery which has absorbed the public for decades.Prince Michael of Kent, a first cousin twice removed of Tsar Nicholas II who bears a striking resemblance to him, flew to St Petersburg for the memorial, along with his wife Princess Michael and several other members of the family now living in Britain and across Europe.They arrived in Russian in the midst of the latest debate within the Russian Orthodox Church about the bones of their ancestors, found in two unmarked graves proven by extensive DNA testing to be accurate. Prince and Princess Michael travelled to Russia for the private family visit with the support of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, a spokesman said. A procession marking the death of the Russian royal family in Yekaterinburg Credit:Barcroft Describing the “slightly political” dispute, she said she was optimistic that it would be resolved, adding that it was important to be patient in a country not famed for its “snap decisions”.The church has said the remains must be tested further since the royal family are Orthodox saints, but it also appears to fear offending clergy including a bishop close to Vladimir Putin who believe the relics were destroyed in a Jewish conspiracy.Other distant relatives of the Tsar attended a different memorial in Yekaterinburg, where the family were executed, and met with the Russian Orthodox church leadership.On the exact anniversary of the 2.30am execution, more than 100,000 believers joined a 13-mile procession led by Patriarch Kirill from the execution site to the mineshaft where the remains were thrown. The tomb where Tsar Nicholas II, Empress Alexandra and daughters, Olga, Tatyana and Anastasia are buried at the Chapel of St.Catherine The Martyr in St.Petersburg “What we really would like is to be able to bury them with their parents so the whole family can rest in peace,” she said.Then we can all move on. It would be nice to have a place that one can go and say a prayer for them all. That will be it then, really.” The Russian Imperial family Patriarch Kirill of the Russian orthodox church holds a service at the Church of All Saints in Yekaterinburg Credit:Barcroft Some in the church have refused to recognised the bodies of two Romanov children buried separately to their siblings and parents,which are now held in a state vault while they are investigated by a commission of state and church officials.
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Over on DailyEdge.ie: You’ll never guess who’s helping Louis Walsh pick his new boyband, Linda Martin has no comment and LEAVE KEANU REEVES ALONE! It’s the Dredge EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the nine things you need to know as you start your day.1. #ROW: Independent TD Mick Wallace is to lodge an official complaint against the Minister for Justice today over the alleged misuse of information. Meanwhile, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has given his full support to his party colleague. Last week, Alan Shatter told Prime Time that the Wexford deputy had been cautioned for using a mobile phone while driving but avoided penalty points because of garda discretion.2. #CROKE PARK II: Talks on a revised public sector agreement resume today after junior minister Brian Hayes told RTÉ that it was possible not all of the €300 million savings target for 2013 would be reached.3. #ABORTION: The second of three days of hearings on proposed abortion legislation will take place at Leinster House today with the Oireachtas committee for health and children due to hear from a number psychiatrists and other medical experts. TheJournal.ie will be live-blogging proceedings from 9.30am.4. #DEATH: Gardaí have launched a murder inquiry after the body of 37-year-old Alan Desmond was found in a field in Tallaght on Saturday night. The remains were discovered by a young schoolboy on Killinarden Hill, reports the Irish Daily Mirror.5. #SOARING: Michael O’Leary’s Ryanair has announced full-year profits of €569 million, a 13 per cent increase on last year. The budget airline said the results come despite a significant rise in fuel costs.6. #HISTORY: Plans to fill in a number of Georgian cellars to allow for the construction of the Luas Cross City line have been criticised by a historical society which described the move as a “further erosion” of Dublin’s heritage.7. #PRE-SCHOOL: Unpublished inspection reports examining preschool tuition have revealed “significant weaknesses” in the range and quality of activities for children, reports the Irish Times.8. #SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: The Marriage Bill, which would legalise same-sex marriage in England and Wales, returns to the House of Commons later today amid continuing opposition from some Conservative activists and MPs. According to the Daily Telegraph, Prime Minister David Cameron is facing defeat because of an amendment proposed by former minister Tim Loughton.9. #PIGEON V PLANE: A recent incident involving an Aer Lingus flight and a flock of pigeons highlighted Dublin Airport’s problems in keeping airspace bird-free. TheJournal.ie subsequently discovered that about 48,000 ‘bird scaring actions’ – involving firing cartridges which emit loud bangs and smoke – were carried out last year.
Image: BleeperBikes THE LAUNCH OF a new ‘stationless’ bike scheme in Dublin has been pushed back while the company tries to iron out permission from the local council.Last week Dublin City Council raised concerns about shared bike service BleeperBike, which was due to launch today, saying that it does not have the local authority’s consent to operate.BleeperBike’s CEO Hugh Cooney is now due to meet with the council later this week in an effort to reconcile the two sides.In an email to Fora, Cooney said that the BleeperBike service will now be rolled out “over the coming weeks” instead . He did not specify a date.BleeperBike was to work via a smartphone app, which customers could use to locate and hire the company’s bikes across the cities. Users would be charged per journey before locking bikes up for future users.However unlike the Dublin Bikes scheme, where bikes must be left back at special stations, BleeperBikes can be left at any designated area for bike parking.The company had planned to launch its offering in Dublin on Sunday. People with a registered account could top it up by €5 to get five rides of up to one hour each.It was expected to launch with about 1,000 bikes. The smartphone app was to be used to unlock the bikes.Cooney is the son of former Enterprise Ireland chairman Hugh Cooney. According to the Sunday Time, the BleeperBikes CEO invested about €750,000 in getting the ‘dockless’ bike model off the ground using technology licensed from Chinese firm YoBike. Dublin Bikes has been successful Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ieDelayBleeperBike has delayed its launch as it looks to engage with the council.“There is no official launch date for BleeperBike, the service will be rolled out over the coming weeks,” Cooney said. He said that the company “showcased” its upcoming service this morning.He said that a meeting with Dublin City Council has been scheduled for Friday “where any concerns will be discussed”.Cooney said it is planned that the company will have ‘zone supervisors’ giving live demonstrations on how to correctly secure BleeperBikes on bike racks across Dublin.“If a user parks one of our bikes illegally they will be notified, if it happens a second time their account will be suspended,” he added. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL Dublin’s new ‘stationless’ bike company has stalled its launch over council concerns The local authority warned the public that BleeperBike didn’t have its consent to operate. 24,570 Views http://jrnl.ie/3452937 Read: After a year without commercial flights, Waterford Airport is getting three new UK servicesRead: Keelings and a group of workers have fallen out over a crackdown on sick days 50 Comments Take me to Fora Image: BleeperBikes Jun 20th 2017, 10:00 AM Dublin City Council said that it has agreed to meet with the company before the end of the week.However, it added: “If the commercial service is rolled out and bikes are distributed across the city’s streets, it is the intention of Dublin City Council to remove the bikes as previously advised.”Bye-lawsThe council said in a statement last week that it was agreed at a recent transport committee meeting “that bye-laws to do with stationless bikes had to be developed”.It also said the company needed to run a pilot service.“As bike-share schemes provide a public service within the city’s streets and make use of its public realm, it is considered that regulation through bye-laws is necessary,” the council said.The council said that the BleeperBike launch was “premature pending the preparation of bye-laws”, and said it would have the power to remove the bikes from the public domain as they are unlicensed and advertising the service they provide.It said in a statement today the “preparation of bye-laws for stationless bike schemes will commence shortly.“A technical dialogue with the market will also be initiated with a view to facilitating a pilot,” it said.“It is Dublin City Council’s intention to give each potential operator an equal opportunity to engage with and present their scheme to the city.”Sign up to our newsletter to receive a regular digest of Fora’s top articles delivered to your inbox.Written by Paul O’Donoghue and posted on Fora.ie Share19 Tweet Email2 Get Fora’s NEW daily digest of the morning’s key business news: By Fora Staff Tuesday 20 Jun 2017, 10:00 AM
Former Real Madrid defender Pepe has reportedly turned down a move to Arsenal in favour of joining AS MonacoThe 35-year-old is a free agent after leaving Turkish side Besiktas in December and had been linked with a return to Portugal at FC Porto.But L’Equipe reports that Pepe will instead join Monaco, despite a late attempt by Arsenal to hijack the deal.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…Unai Emery’s side are on the lookout for defensive reinforcements in this month’s transfer window with Rob Holding sidelined for the rest of the season.Out-of-favour Juventus defender Medhi Benatia is allegedly being lined up in a trade deal involving Aaron Ramsey for Arsenal.Meanwhile, Monaco are expected to sign Chelsea and former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas shortly as new manager Thierry Henry attempts to steer the club clear of the relegation zone in Ligue 1.
Last remaining skating rink in City of San Diego fights for survival March 11, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – They were ready for stand and be counted. Ready to fight City Hall with all they have. But then, City Hall backed off, at least for now.“The City council cancelled the meeting to approve the sale so the rally has been postponed as well”, says Brett Stang, owner of the only Skating rink left in the City of San Diego.Skateworld has been around for 45-years, generations of families have lifetime memories. It appears the city’s need for another ‘big box’ store is more important than a local landmark, and something seems fishy.City Council member Scott Sherman says it was simply a matter of “highest bid”. “They were part of the bidding process and we took the highest bid, they were not the highest bid”, says Sherman.But that might not be the case. The owners of Skateworld say they offered more than five million dollars for the land, it’s not worth nearly that much. But they also says they would have gone higher, if given the chance. They were not given the chance. “Skateworld and it’s investors were willing to go higher, we are still willing to go higher, but it stopped. It just stopped”, says Stang.KUSI has requested information about ‘why’ the council meeting was ‘suddenly cancelled”. The office of Georgette Gomez says the information is on the way.As for Civic San Diego, crickets. No answer, no response, no interest. Civic San Diego is the group created by the Mayor to sell off “taxpayer property”, otherwise called ‘City Land”. Since they conduct their business in the dark, we have requested some light. KUSI has filed a “Freedom of Information Request” to get the records and the various bids.Skateland is not just a revenue stream, it’s a pivotal part of that community. The only family entertainment within miles.So here we go again. It’s the Big Box versus the Little Guy. If the little guy ends up losing, we all want to know why. Posted: March 11, 2019 Dan Plante, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Dan Plante
The video stream will be available to view from a link on the district’s website. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District will start live streaming their monthly school board meetings starting in February. Information Services Director Eric Soderquist spoke at a work session on December 4: “The logical next step is to replace that audio-only stream with the Polycom stream, which would be both audio and, introducing, the video component.” The district uses the Polycom system in the Borough Assembly Chambers, which allows for video streaming. The district currently streams the audio during meetings, and hopes to have the video component up for their meeting on February 5. Story as aired:Audio PlayerJennifer-on-KPBSD-to-use-video-chat.mp3VmJennifer-on-KPBSD-to-use-video-chat.mp300:00RPd
BILLERICA, MA — Shawsheen Tech will be holding registration for their upcoming Fall Learn to Swim Program on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 and Thursday, September 12, 2019, from 2:30pm to 4pm, at the school’s pool entrance.Lessons run from Saturday, September 28, 2019 to Saturday, November 23, 2019, with no classes on Columbus Day weekend. Class times are staggered between 9am and 1pm.EIGHT 30-minute lessons for beginning swimmers cost $88. EIGHT 60-minute lessons for more advanced swimmers cost $176.Click HERE for the registration form. Have a question? Contact Aquatics Director Jay Tildsley at firstname.lastname@example.org.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedShawsheen Tech Announces Summer Swimming LessonsIn “Sports”Shawsheen Tech To Hold Swimming Lessons For Kids On Saturdays This FallIn “Sports”Shawsheen Tech To Hold Swimming Lessons For Kids On Saturdays This FallIn “Education”
Stepmother sent to jail in girl rape, murder caseA Patuakhali special court on Friday sent a victim’s stepmother to jail for her alleged involvement in the killing and ‘rape’ of school-girl, Eva, at Sirajpur village in Kalapara upazila in the city on Tuesday night.Kolapara upazila senior judicial magistrate Moniruzzaman passed the order after Salma Begum was produced before it with a seven-day remand prayer.On Tuesday night, a gang of miscreants stormed into the victim’s house around 7:00pm and reportedly raped and murdered Eva, 11, a class-VI student of Mohipur High School and daughter of carpenter Ismail Gharami of the village.Eva was taken to Mohipur 20-bed Hospital where physicians declared her dead and her body bore several injury marks.Later on Wednesday night, police detained the victim’s stepmother for interrogation.Victim’s father Ismail filed a case against three unnamed people with Mohipur police station over the tragic incident on Thursday.Police arrested Md Kawsar, 38, for his alleged involvement with the incident on the same day.
Discussants at a roundtable prior to world prematurity day at the CA Bhaban auditorium in Karwan Bazar on Thursday. Photo: Prothom AloAlthough Bangladesh attained remarkable success in curbing child mortality rate over the last 25 years, more than six hundred thousand are born prematurely each year in Bangladesh. Awareness about health and nutrition of mothers is important to decrease premature birth, discussants at a roundtable observed on Thursday.Prothom Alo, in cooperation with UNICEF and Save the Children, organised the roundtable prior to world prematurity day on 17 November at the CA Bhaban auditorium in Karwan Bazar.The discussants, at the roundtable on the roles of family to prevent low birth weight and preterm birth, also pointed out that Kangaroo Mother Care (skin-to-skin contact between the preterm or low birth weight and the mother or the care-giver) facilities should be improved in maternity clinics in Bangladesh. Director general of health services Abul Kalam Azad stressed the need of awareness in community level to reduce neonatal mortality rate and overall improvement of pregnant mothers’ health.He also said Bangladesh is on the right track to attain United Nation’s sustainable development goal (SDG) regarding neonatal mortality rate well ahead of 2030.Director of health services Sultan Md Shamsuzzaman said, mortality rate of premature babies in the developed world is much lower in comparison with Bangladesh.“We must learn from them how they check the death of premature babies,” he added.UNICEF’s chief of health Maya Vandenent said, improving community clinic facilities can positively change the overall healthcare system of Bangladesh.BSMMU’s neonatology department chairman Abdul Mannan said that breastfeeding within one hour of an infant’s birth can significantly reduce many health-related neonatal problems.The family planning directorate’s deputy director Farid Uddin Ahmed, Bangladesh Shishu Hospital’s head of neonatalogy MAK Azad Chowdhury, Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society of Bangladesh’s (OGSB) president Laila Arjumad Banu, Brac’s programme manager Reshma Khanam, ICDDR’B senior director Shams El Arifeen, UNICEF’s health specialist Shamina Sharmin, MaMoni MNCSP’s Uzma Syed, Bangladesh Neonatal Forum’s president Tahmina Begum, USAID’s Iftekhar Rashid, among others, spoke at the programme. Prothom Alo associate editor Abdul Quaiyum moderated the programme.
Late last week, Sony confirmed that the PS4 Neo is real, and a games console capable of 4K output, better PSVR support, and a machine meant to sit alongside the PS4, not replace it. Now we are hearing the first leaked details of Microsoft’s answer to the Neo, and it’s called the Xbox One S.All we have to go on so far is two leaked images, but they tell us a fair bit. The Xbox One S is the expected slim version of the Xbox One, but Microsoft is also taking the opportunity to upgrade the hardware inside it.The console itself is 40% smaller and expected to house the power brick internally, which is impressive if true and a big positive as far as I’m concerned. The S will be capable of 4K Ultra HD visual as well as High Dynamic Range. The hard drive has also received a much-needed upgrade to 2TB.A couple of other interesting changes are also set to be included in the box. Due to the smaller, slimmer nature of the console, Microsoft has decided to include a vertical stand. The new exterior design makes the Xbox One S a lot nicer to look at, so you may want to stand it vertically next to your TV rather than hiding it. Then there’s the controller, which Microsoft has “streamlined” whatever that means. It sounds like they’ve made it smaller.With the hardware upgrade it seems very unlikely the Xbox One S will carry a lower price point than the Xbox One, in fact, it may be higher. More performance, more storage space, and a redesign for a much smaller console all add up to a heavy new R&D investment by Microsoft. Should we expect a $400 asking price, or will Microsoft take the profit hit and price it at $300?
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made on Thursday by the civic body itself,to repair potholes The 48-hour ‘promise’ was made by Additional Municipal Commissioner Vijay Singhal in the BMC’s general body meeting after corporators pulled up the civic administration over potholes "The BMC had given themselves a deadline of 48 hours which has ended today Yet the BMC has failed to repair most of the roads and their apathy and incompetency is taking the lives of Mumbaikars These pothole-related deaths in Mumbai prove that the BMC like every year was not prepared for the monsoons" Nirupam told reporters He claimed that the civic body would require 2500 tonnes of cold mix to repair all the potholes while it only had 40 tonnes in its stock "This means potholes are here to stay The BMC should repair roads and ensure potholes do not claim more lives If they cannot do so the Shiv Sena and BJP should quit the BMC" he said while participating in the pothole-repairing drive The Madras High Court has adjourned DMK’s plea against the floor test in Tamil Nadu Assembly to 27 February The high court has adjourned the hearing till Monday seeking the video footage of the Assembly proceedings from the day AIADMK leader E Palaniswami had won the trust vote after proving he had the support of 122 MLAs on Saturday but the proceedings were marred by violence Besides many alleged that the Assembly proceedings could be called lopsided as all the DMK MLA’s who had pledged to vote against the AIADMK pick for the chief minister’s post were evicted from the House before the polls were cast The First Bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Huluvadi G Ramesh and Justice R Mahadevan also asked the DMK’s counsel R Shanmugasundaram in what way the party was aggrieved in the matter File image of DMK working president MK Stalin PTI On being asked what made the DMK to move such a plea when the issue was only between former chief minister O Panneerselvam and the incumbent Edappadi K Palaniswami the counsel said the DMK is the main opposition in the Assembly MK Stalin the Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly was "stopped" near the War Memorial a few metres away from the Assembly complex and was "made to walk" to the House Also all the DMK legislators were "illegally evicted from the House when they sought for a secret ballot" the counselsubmitted NL Rajah appearing on behalf of the Advocates Forum For Social Justice which also wanted the trust vote to be declared null and void contended that all the MLAs of AIADMK who were kept in a resort before the trust vote were escorted to the Assembly in buses "which clearly showed that they were kept in illegal detention" He said that an FIR was pending against Palaniswami in connection with the detention of the MLAs The bench adjourned the case till February 27 for further hearing after the arguments The DMK had moved the Madras High Court on Monday seeking declaration of the confidence vote null and void as it was conducted in "contravention" of the Assembly rules However the decision to knock on the doors of judiciary is only a part of the DMK’s multi-pronged strategy to line up support against the appointment of Sasikala loyalist as the Tamil Nadu chief minister Earlier DMK leader MK Stalin had also urged the Governor to nullify the assembly proceedings of Saturday when Palaniswami won the confidence vote amid bedlam The party also announced its decision to move a no confidence motion against assembly Speaker P Dhanapal The governor has sought a report on the Assembly proceedings from the Tamil Nadu assembly Secretary Stalin leader of the opposition in the assembly had alleged that that the motion of confidence moved by Palaniswami was adopted in the absence of the entire opposition Stalin requested Governor C Vidyasagar Rao to invoke his constitutional powers "to nullify the entire proceedings with a view to protect the spirit of democracy and the constitution" Stalin said the police was mobilised giving an impression of a "war-like situation" around the assembly complex and the voting took place amid an "atmosphere of terror" According to Stalin the AIADMK legislators belonging to the now jailed VK Sasikala camp were brought to the assembly from a resort "under tight security and they appeared to be under constant threat" Stalin said Speaker P Dhanapal did not respond to his request for a secret ballot on the confidence motion According to the DMK leader the party legislators had no other way but to stage a peaceful sit-in inside the house "The Speaker ordered expulsion of all the members of the DMK without following the procedure The police entered the house presumably on instructions given in advance by the Speaker "The police and the assembly guards forcibly evicted us from the house and in this process many of us sustained bleeding injuries "The other Opposition parties staged a walkout strongly protesting against the action of the Speaker" Stalin told Rao Meanwhile the DMK cadres have been trying to mobilise public support against Palaniswami’s appointment and a hunger protest has been planned to seek public support Stalin also said an appointment to meet President Pranab Mukherjee has been sought to brief him about the happenings in Tamil Nadu adding that the DMK party will hold a series of protests till this AIADMK government was removed With inputs from agencies For Vijay Shah? and the US and China on the other. 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