Monsoon may take longer to reach Delhi

first_imgNew Delhi: The arrival of the monsoon in the national capital is likely to be delayed by two-three days, though the city is expected to receive normal rainfall, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said Thursday.However, Skymet Weather, a private forecaster, said the monsoon may take at least a week longer to reach the city. On Wednesday, the weather office said that the monsoon was likely to get delayed further and hit the Kerala coast only on June 8. Also Read – Dussehra with a ‘green’ twist”Normally, the monsoon reaches Delhi by June 29. Since there’s a delay in its onset in the southern peninsula, the wind system is likely to take two-three days longer to reach northwest India,” IMD’s regional weather forecasting chief Kuldeep Srivastava said. “The good news is the factors that aid the progress of the monsoon, including the southwesterly winds and the Somali jet stream, are gradually becoming active,” he said. Northwest India is likely to witness normal rainfall during the monsoon season, Srivastava said.last_img read more

Cape Breton school board suffers its third student death this year

first_imgHALIFAX – The parents of a 13-year-old Cape Breton girl who took her own life on Father’s Day are speaking out about their ordeal, as the local school board also looks for more support in the wake of the deaths of two other students this year.Chris Royal and Amylynn Wilson of North Sydney, N.S., said bullying led the death of their daughter Madison Wilson and more needs to be done to ensure it doesn’t happen to other young people.They said their daughter was subject to verbal abuse at school and through social media.“We are speaking to help other children and other families not to go through what we are going through this week,” Royal said in a telephone interview Wednesday.Wilson said although her daughter had talked to some extent about her problems, both parents had no idea how severe they were. Wilson said other kids have to know that they can talk to others.“It’s OK to ask for the help and tell what’s going on, to let it out so they are not keeping it in,” she said.Darren Googoo, chairman of the Cape Breton Victoria School board, said Wednesday that three students have lost their lives this year and the board is drafting a letter to the provincial Education Department with the idea of starting a dialogue on the issue.“Our students are dealing with the trauma associated with the loss of a schoolmate and going into the summer months we want to make sure that we have a more co-ordinated approach with our provincial partners in health, in terms of providing services,” Googoo said in an interview.Googoo said one of the challenges facing schools is that they only provide support services for students from September to June.“We recognize that there may be some students that will be struggling with this over the summer so we want to make sure there will be services available,” he said.Googoo added that services are in place in the community that can provide help and it’s a matter of making people aware.“The mental health unit at the regional hospital is available, there are clinicians, so the mental health model is in place, we just need to make sure that our students are aware of it.”Royal said more should be done to encourage students to come forward to seek help within the school setting.“They say zero tolerance in the schools and we are told that, but yet it’s not zero tolerance,” he said. “That’s why the kids don’t trust going to the teachers because the next day they are going to face their enemy, anyway.”Wilson said she believes there is a crisis situation after three deaths in the school district within a six-month period.“Three is too many,” she said.In an email Wednesday, the Education Department said it has offered additional supports to the Cape Breton Victoria board.“We appreciate the concerns expressed by the families and members of our school community,” it said. “We will continue to work closely with the board, our partners in health and justice to help ensure that the school board staff, teachers, students and families are both aware of and have access to the supports and services they need.”Nova Scotia’s Liberal government has committed to introducing new legislation to replace its pioneering cyberbullying law inspired by the death of teenager Rehtaeh Parsons — although a firm date on when that will happen hasn’t been given.Wilson said it should happen as soon as possible.“If it doesn’t get passed now, is it going to get passed at all? Two months from now is a new school year — it needs to be done now,” she said.The original CyberSafety Act was struck down by the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in December 2015, after Judge Glen McDougall ruled it violated the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.The law was passed in May 2013 in response to public outrage over Parsons’ death less than a month earlier. Parsons was 17 when she was taken off life-support after attempting suicide.The case attracted national attention when her family alleged she had been sexually assaulted in November 2011 at the age of 15 and then repeatedly bullied online after a digital photo of the alleged assault was shared among students at school.last_img read more

Deploring Gaza situation Ban Kimoon calls for aid access end to violence

15 June 2007Voicing deep concern at the deadly violence that has engulfed the Gaza Strip this week, especially its effect on ordinary Palestinians, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for an immediate restoration of calm, renewed respect for human rights and the necessary security to allow United Nations agencies and other aid workers to deliver humanitarian relief. “The shocking violence of recent days in Gaza, much of which has involved violations of international humanitarian and human rights law, has caused great alarm and sadness around the world,” Mr. Ban said in a statement released by his spokesperson.Dozens of people have been killed in recent days amid fighting between members of the Hamas and Fatah movements in Gaza, and UN officials say the clashes are worsening the already perilous living situation of many Palestinian civilians.In his statement Mr. Ban said he was particularly concerned about the ability of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), the World Food Programme (WFP) and other agencies to deliver humanitarian assistance to the majority of the estimated 1.5 million people living in Gaza.He noted that many Palestinians remain dependent on emergency aid for their daily sustenance, and stressed that the UN remained commitment to ensuring the safety of its workers so that they can keep up their aid efforts.“This will require the cooperation of all parties to ensure appropriate security and access conditions for the passage of humanitarian goods and personnel, both within the Gaza Strip and at key crossing points.”The UN agencies themselves have also raised the alarm, with the WFP saying it was doing the best it could under the circumstances to provide aid, and had been able to still distribute bread to hospitals. All crossing points from Gaza into Israel have been closed, and WFP estimates there are only enough food supplies in the markets to last a week.The UN World Health Organization (WHO) reported that many of its health workers – as well as patients – have not been able to leave their homes in recent days because of the violence, while at least four hospitals have been fired upon and the emergency wards are becoming increasingly overwhelmed by the number of patients who have suffered grave injuries in the fighting this week.Mr. Ban had a teleconference this morning with other principals of the Quartet, the diplomatic grouping that comprises the UN, the European Union, Russia and the United States. The Secretary-General’s spokesperson Marie Okabe told reporters that he would remain in close contact with the other Quartet members in the days ahead.In the statement Mr. Ban expressed deep disappointment at the failure of the Palestinian National Unity Government, “and the violence, destruction and fragmentation that has brought about its demise.”He added that he renewed his support to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas “as he moves to discharge his responsibilities under the Palestinian Basic Law.” read more

Top US official in Sri Lanka next week

Assistant Secretary Cooper will also meet with senior civilian and military officials from countries around the globe to discuss U.S. partnerships in regional security, maritime security, and defense trade efforts that contribute to a free, open, and inclusive Indo-Pacific region.Later in India, Assistant Secretary Cooper will hold talks on defense cooperation and peacekeeping, two key areas of the rapidly growing U.S.-India partnership as envisioned in the Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy.  U.S.-India bilateral defense trade has risen from virtually zero in 2008 to $15 billion today. In Sri Lanka, Assistant Secretary Cooper will meet with Government officials and think tank experts to discuss security, peacekeeping, clearance of landmines and unexploded ordnance, counterterrorism, and other areas of mutual interest. A top US official will be in Sri Lanka next week during which he will discuss various issues with the Government and others.Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs R. Clarke Cooper travels to Singapore, India, and Sri Lanka from May 29-June 7, 2019, the US State Department said. He begins his tour in Singapore where he will join Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Andrea L. Thompson on a delegation of senior U.S. officials led by Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick M. Shanahan for the Shangri-La Dialogue, a forum for exchanges among defense and security policy professionals from across the Indo-Pacific region. Talks will focus on supporting India’s role as a Major Defense Partner, expanding our security cooperation, and furthering opportunities for American industry. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Witness appeal after woman dies in collision

first_imgA WOMAN HAS died and a man was injured in a two-car collision this morning.The incident occurred at 9am today at Cornafulla, the old N6, Athlone – Ballinasloe Road.Gardaí said that a 49-year-old female was fatally injured when the car she was driving collided with another car.She was brought to Portiuncula Hospital, Ballinasloe County Galway where she was pronounced dead. A post-mortem is to be arranged.The male driver of the second vehicle was also brought to Portiuncula Hospital. He has non-life threatening injuries, said gardaí.The road is currently closed to facilitate Garda forensic collision investigators, and diversions are in place.Investigating Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to contact them at Roscommon Garda Station on 090 6638300, the garda confidential line 1800 666111 or any garda station.last_img read more

Five people now believed to have died from vapingrelated illnesses in the

first_img 65 Comments AT LEAST FIVE people have died in the US from vaping-related illnesses, according to authorities. Hundreds of cases of severe pulmonary disease have been linked to vaping in recent months, with a number of teenagers in induced comas as a result. Federal officials said that no single substance has been found to be present in all the laboratory samples being examined, however investigators in New York said they were now focusing on black market cannabis e-cigarette products containing vitamin E oil.On Friday, local health authorities in California and Minnesota announced the vaping-related deaths of two individuals – both older and in relatively poor health, at least one of whom had used products containing THC, the principal psychoactive compound in cannabis.There are now more than 450 possible cases of pulmonary illness associated with vaping, more than double the figure reported last week, according to Ileana Arias, acting deputy director for non-infectious diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Daniel Fox, a pulmonologist in North Carolina, said that patients he had examined had a non-infectious pneumonia known as lipoid pneumonia, which can occur “when either oils or lipid-containing substances enter the lungs.”New York’s health department said laboratory test results showed very high levels of vitamin E oil in cannabis cartridges used by all 34 people in the state who had fallen ill after using e-cigarettes, and as a result was focusing its investigation in that direction.Vitamin E acetate is a commonly available nutritional supplement taken orally or applied to the skin, but is harmful when inhaled.The Food and Drug Administration’s acting administrator Ned Sharpless said his agency was aware of the reports, “but no one substance, including Vitamin E acetate, has been identified in all of the samples tested” at a nationwide level.Many patients reported vaping cannabis, but some said they had only inhaled nicotine products.TragicThe first reported vaping-related death was in Illinois in late August. Oregon announced this week that the death of a patient in July was also being linked to vaping, and authorities in Indiana have said a death occurred there as well, although they did not mention when.Patients have reported symptoms including breathing difficulty and chest pain before they were hospitalized and placed on ventilators.Medics said many people had been initially misdiagnosed as having bronchitis or a viral illness until their symptoms escalated, at times to very extreme levels.The parents of Kevin Boclair, a 19-year-old from Philadelphia, told local news CBS 3 Philly their son had been placed in a medically induced coma three weeks ago and may require a lung transplant if he recovers.“I even know, as a nurse, he could die,” said his mother Deborah Boclair.“So we are hoping it gets better, and I just want his friends to know and all these kids out there — I could tell the parents, ‘tell your kids don’t do this.’”Many of those who have recovered received steroid treatments, though doctors are not sure whether it was the drugs that cured them.Investigators are also uncertain about whether the cases have only been occurring recently, or were happening earlier but were not being linked to vaping because of a lack of awareness.E-cigarettes have been available in the US since 2006 and are sometimes used as an aid to quit smoking traditional tobacco products like cigarettes.Use among adolescents has skyrocketed in recent years: Some 3.6 million middle and high school students used vaping products in 2018, an increase of 1.5 million on the year before. 39,076 Views Image: Shutterstock/LezinAV Five people now believed to have died from vaping-related illnesses in the US 100s of other have reportedly become ill with a number of teenagers in induced comas as a result. Sep 7th 2019, 4:00 PM https://jrnl.ie/4800031 Share51 Tweet Email6 Saturday 7 Sep 2019, 4:00 PM Image: Shutterstock/LezinAV Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL By AFPlast_img read more

Straight Grain paper topic of museum talk

first_imgMeagan Huff, an assistant curator at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, will discuss an early-20th-century local newspaper written by and for soldiers on July 12 at the Clark County Historical Museum, 1511 Main St., Vancouver.The 7 p.m. presentation will highlight a little known aspect of life at the Vancouver Barracks — The Straight Grain, the official newspaper of the Army post during the World War I era. Newspapers from the Fort Vancouver archives will illustrate the everyday lives of soldiers here.In the fall of 1918, thousands of soldiers operated the Spruce Production Division’s massive spruce mill. They cut up lumber from Pacific Northwest forests to be sent to Allied aircraft manufacturers.The Straight Grain didn’t just report the news — it was also a place where soldiers could submit their stories, jokes, poetry, artwork, cartoons and opinions.Huff works in the national park’s cultural resources division, which manages a museum collection of 2.8 million historic and archaeological artifacts.Admission: adults, $5; seniors and students, $4; children under 18, $3; free with membership.Doors open at 5 p.m.; seating is first-come, first-served.For information, contact the museum at 360-993-5679 or by email at events@cchmuseum.org.last_img read more

Warrant sweep nets 32 arrests

first_imgA multiagency warrant sweep aimed at Clark County gang associates and violent criminals resulted in 32 arrests and 23 charges earlier this month.The operation was conducted on Sept. 5 and 6 by officers with the Vancouver Police Department, Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Marshals Service and Homeland Security Investigations.The Vancouver Police Department on Thursday announced that 32 people were taken into custody, clearing 26 felony and 13 misdemeanor warrants and resulting in 23 charges.According to a VPD news release, more than 1.2 pounds of methamphetamine, 3 ounces of marijuana, 8.9 grams of heroin and 71 pills were seized. Police also recovered brass knuckles, a stolen motorcycle, a stolen car, stolen jewelry and stolen clothing.The sweep included 13 VPD cases and four sheriff’s office cases.last_img read more

2 injured after crash involving tanker truck

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – Two men were taken to the hospital after crashing into a tanker truck in Miami.It happened Tuesday morning near Southwest 17th Avenue and Dixie Highway.According to officials, the car rear-ended the tanker, causing the men inside to be pinned down.They were transported to Ryder Trauma center with head injuries.Police are now investigating what caused the crash.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

Speedway Illustrated Sold

first_imgSpeedway Illustrated was launched in May 2000 by former driver and TV commentator Dick Berggren.  It has a monthly circulation of about 120,000.Berggren will remain with the magazine as executive editor, Anthem said. As part of the deal, publisher Silvio Calabi is no longer with the company.Down East Enterprise publishes Maine’s Down East magazine. Down East was represented in the transaction by Regional Magazine Advisors. UPDATE: Anthem Media Group Suspends Publication of Speedway IllustratedAnthem Media Group, a marketing firm and magazine publisher, has acquired Performance Media LLC.—publisher of Speedway Illustrated magazine— from Down East Enterprise Inc.. The deal includes SpeedwayIllustrated.com, NASCAR Insider and the Speedway Expo.Speedway Illustrated will join Anthem’s motorsports division, the company said. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.last_img read more

Huaweis Mate X foldable phone launching by September says report

first_imgThe Mate X could be out by September. Andrew Hoyle/CNET Huawei’s Mate X will reportedly be launched in September at the latest, after being delayed earlier this month. The time frame for its foldable phone launch was confirmed by a Huawei exec, TechRadar reported Friday afternoon.”It’s coming in September at the latest,” Vincent Peng, a senior vice president at the company, told TechRadar. “Probably earlier, but definitely September is guaranteed.”The $2,600 Mate X was delayed from its summer launch in part to improve the quality of the foldable screen, Peng reportedly told The Wall Street Journal last week.”We’re doing a lot of tests,” Peng told the Journal. 1 Samsung, LG, Motorola: How soon can we expect 5G phones? 13 Photos Now playing: Watch this: Mobile Phones Foldable Phones Huawei Samsung Earlier this week, Samsung reportedly denied rumors that the Galaxy Fold would be released in July, leaving the Korean tech giant’s foldable phone launch date still up in the air.AT&T has sent cancellation notices to those who preordered the Galaxy Fold, citing Samsung’s delay in releasing the device. Customers who preordered the Fold will receive a $100 AT&T promotional credit. This followed Best Buy canceling Galaxy Fold preorders in May due to Samsung not providing a new release date. Huawei didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Share your voicecenter_img Korean tech giant Samsung also had to delay the launch of its foldable phone. It had initially planned to launch the Galaxy Fold in April, but review units suffered from problems including bubbling under the screen and displays breaking. The company then postponed the release of the device.  Samsung hits the brakes on Galaxy Fold release 4:56 Samsung and Huawei’s next moves could make or break foldable phones Tags Foldable phones on CNET Commentlast_img read more

Government to set up panel to fix fee structure in private

first_imgVijayawada: Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh stated the government is taking measures to regulate fee being collected by the private educational institutions in the State. He said a committee will be formed in the State to fix the fee to be collected by the private educational institutions and the institutions have to display the fee details on the boards. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us Addressing a media conference at the YSRCP party office on Saturday, he said the fee will be fixed as per the guidelines of the Supreme Court. Referring to strengthening of education in the state, Suresh said the government will fill the vacant posts and implement the education related subjects mentioned in the Navaratnaalu. He said the government will take stern action on the unrecognised schools and he added the parents are in confusion on giving complaints to the education department against the institutions. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us He questioned why the Opposition leader N Chandrababu Naidu was not present in the Assembly when important bills were introduced and debated in the Assembly. He said the state government had introduced many important bills for implementation of reservations for the nominated posts, judicial verification of tenders for the works, which exceeds Rs.100 crore etc.last_img read more

Three killed in RAB gunfights

first_imgA Prothom Alo IllustrationThree persons have been killed in what Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) called separate incidents of gunfight with them in capital Dhaka and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar.The deceased were arms and drug dealers, claimed RAB on Monday.According to RAB Media Centre, Shumon, an arms dealer, was killed in a gunfight with RAB-2 in the capital’s Hazaribagh. But RAB members did not disclose when the so called gunfight took place.In Cox’s Bazar, two persons were killed in an alleged gunfight with RAB.The deceased were Abdur Rahman, 42, son of Bashir Ahmed from Sabrang union’s Lejirpara village and Omar Faruq, 31, son of Kabir Ahmed from Ramu upazila’s Khunipalong union.Confirming the reported gunfight, police superintendent Mohiuddin Faruqi said tipped off that a consignment of drugs would pass through Teknaf, a team of RAB-2 came to Cox’s Bazar from Dhaka.The RAB team set up a temporary checkpost at the Marine Drive area of Baharchhara union, he added saying that they signalled a suspicious vehicle around 2:30am early Monday.Sensing the law enforcers’ presence, the smugglers opened fire at the RAB men, triggering the gun battle, the police superintendent added.Later, the RAB members found two bullet-hit Abdur Rahman and Omar Faruq and took them to Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital where the physicians declared them dead, he also said.last_img read more

VIDEO Team USA curling star is a dead ringer for Andy Reid

first_imgWINNERS! Curling mixed doubles siblings Matt and Becca Hamilton won their first match in the @Olympics Best hashtag for the games so far is #HamFam @WPTV *this is video of them practicing* @AshleighWalters @CStewartWPTV pic.twitter.com/vQWHCQqgqu— Mike Trim WPTV (@MikeTrimWPTV) February 8, 2018 NFL fans tuning into the Winter Olympics in Pyongyang, South Korea will be doing a double take when they see Team USA curling sensation Matt Hamilton take the ice to throw the stones in the mixed doubles competition.Hamilton has been described by his coach as the bad boy of curling, as he often shocks many traditionalists with Tiger Woods-style fist pumps, but he’s also a doppelganger of a younger, slimmer Andy Reid.Hamilton has the trademark ginger stache, and in a red Team USA cap and shirt, he’s a dead ringer for the Chiefs’ coach. Hamilton is actually from Wisconsin and a huge Aaron Rodgers fan. He thinks he looks more like Rodgers because of his mustache. Yeah, nice try buddy.Maybe @AaronRodgers12 can finally answer the question everyone is dying to know. Who wore it better? #stache pic.twitter.com/ORAW7ViWkE— Matt Hamilton (@MattJamilton) February 8, 2018 Advertisementcenter_img So far, Hamilton and his sister Becca are 1-1 at the Olympics with a win over the Russians. We can only guess what will happen if he needs a playoff to get into the medal round.This sound from team #USA curling’s win over #OAR (Russian Athletes) will make you an instant fan. Bro/sis team of Matt and Becca Hamilton. #Hamfam.#WinterOlympics @MikeTrimWPTV @AshleighWalters @glennglazer @EmersonLotzia (Via @RODGER_SHERMAN) pic.twitter.com/mZ8W7Jcspv— Chris Stewart (@CStewartWPTV) February 8, 2018last_img read more

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