If you happen to drive in Hamilton’s north end, get ready to slow down.Starting next month almost all the streets near Bayfront Park will be reduced to a 30km/h speed limit, as part of the city’s plan to make it a safer neighborhood.Sean Cowan took a radar gun to the area to see just how fast people are really driving.00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09
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IRA Commander Joe McCannCredit:http://bigjoemccann.com/ Anna-Marie Bankier’s father Robert and at his wedding to CathieCredit:East News Press Agency 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. Anna-Marie Bankier holding a photograph of her father Robert, who was killed by the IRA in BelfastCredit:East News Press Agency A former soldier who faces prosecution for the murder of a senior IRA gunman has accused a small cabal of seeking “revenge” against him and his colleague.The two former paratroopers face prosecution for the murder of Joe McCann in Belfast, more than 44 years after his death in April 1972.The decision to prosecute the men, known as Soldier A and Soldier C, has caused widespread anger that veterans of tours of duty in Northern Ireland, as well as soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, are being hounded over historic incidents.Now Soldier C has spoken out to condemn the decision to drag him and his colleague through the courts.He said: “I feel very bitter about the whole scenario. Myself and many others like me who were also doing their duty are now being hounded by a cabal residing in Belfast who say they are seeking ‘justice’. But my own opinion is that they are seeking revenge.”Soldier C, who is now 65 and has grandchildren, questioned the decision to prosecute him while some known IRA gunmen have been allowed to walk free.He told the Daily Mail: “Ordinary people in the street – not just soldiers – cannot understand the Government’s position. I believe the Prime Minister has stated that justice has to be seen to run its course. If that’s the case, then why isn’t this a level playing field? Why are they only going after soldiers?”He added: “Why are they not going after the IRA men and women who carried out their campaign of murder, bombing and maiming?”The decision to prosecute Soldier A, who is 67, and Soldier C, was taken by the Public Prosecution Service of Northern Ireland and followed a review of the case in 2010 by the Historical Enquiries Team (HET).In a statement prosecutors said: “The decision was reached following an objective and impartial application of the test for prosecution that was conducted in accordance with the code for prosecutors and with the benefit of advice from senior counsel.”A HET report says three soldiers fired at McCann, who was unarmed, as he tried to flee. He was hit by two or three bullets and was pronounced dead in hospital. Anna-Marie Bankier was 23 months old when her father Robert was shot dead in Belfast on May 21, 1971, becoming one of the first British soldiers to be killed in The Troubles.Miss Bankier, 47, who lives in Ipswich where she looks after her ailing mother, told The Telegraph earlier this month: “From what I have been told, there was an investigation many years ago and these men were cleared of any wrongdoing. So why after all these years are they being re-investigated?“It seems to me like they are being hounded just for doing their jobs. It is diabolical and disgusting after all this time. They are old guys now. What purpose is it serving?” The soldiers had attempted to resuscitate him but to no avail. But the report paints an incomplete picture of what happened as key participants in the events leading up to McCann’s death have not been traced.McCann, who was never prosecuted for any killings before his death, was regarded by security forces as a “dangerous terrorist and someone who would be armed and who would not hesitate to use his weapon to resist arrest”, according to the report.He was wearing a disguise, having dyed his hair, when he was spotted by two special branch officers with the Royal Ulster Constabulary. They summoned the soldiers to assist them in detaining McCann.Critically, those special branch officers remain unidentified, and authorities investigating McCann’s death, it is understood, have been unable to trace them.Sources have also suggested ballistics reports no longer exist, making it impossible to know which soldier fired the fatal shots. An initial investigation into the shooting in 1972 cleared all three soldiers of blame. They had protested that they feared McCann may have been armed and that he was leading them into an ambush.Soldier C said: “I was awarded the British Empire Medal. And yet here I am, being persecuted. I would like someone in power to explain in detail how this has been allowed to happen.”Soldier A, whose wife is suffering from cancer, said prospect of being stipped of his anyonimity as part of any trial for Mr McCann’s murder had left him anxious and depressed.“I wouldn’t feel safe probably if I was identified in court,” he said. “I wouldn’t say we’ve been thrown to the wolves – I prefer the expression, being thrown to the hyenas.“Appeasing the bloody Republicans in Northern Ireland is what this boils down to.”The daughter of one of Mr McCann’s alleged victims has said the gunman “got what he deserved”, while two former soldiers being prosecuted for his murder are being subjected to a witch hunt.
IBM IS TEAMING up with the New York Genome Center to help fight brain cancer.The company said Wednesday that its Watson cloud computing system will be used in partnership with a New York-based genetic research center to help develop treatments for glioblastoma, the most common type of brain cancer in US adults.“Time definitely is not on your side when you have glioblastoma and that’s where Watson comes in,” Dr. Robert Darnell, New York Genome’s president, CEO and scientific director, said at a Wednesday event announcing the deal.Glioblastoma is an extremely aggressive form of cancer. The median survival rate is 12 to 14 months and the disease kills about 13,000 people each year.As part of the clinical trial, New York Genome Center, a nonprofit consortium of academic, medical and industry officials, will sequence the DNA of glioblastoma patients, then use Watson to combine that data with clinical information to help determine the best way to treat each patient.“Big data on steroids”What makes Watson unique is that it isn’t programed like most computers. Instead of relying on the information that’s put into it, Watson learns by “reading” vast amounts of information and combining it with the results of previous work to find answers to problems. Those characteristics make Watson ideal for extremely data-heavy work in fields such as health care and finance.The partnership also comes at a time when IBM is increasing its focus on Watson and other cloud-based software services, as it moves further away from its computer hardware roots. Earlier this year, IBM announced it would invest $1 billion to give Watson its own business division and headquarters in New York City.John Kelly, a senior vice president and director of IBM Research, says there’s a vast amount of data involved in DNA sequencing, which then must be combined with all of the clinical data involved in a particular patient’s case. The resulting pool of information is so big that it’s impossible for people to deal with.“This is sort of big data on steroids,” Kelly says.Darnell says the hope is that Watson will speed up the time it takes for physicians to determine a patient’s treatment plan.For instance, if Watson determines that a child’s leukemia has genetic traits similar to melanoma, a melanoma drug might be successful in shrinking that child’s tumor, he says.In addition, while a team of top physicians and researchers could do the same work, though at a slower pace, there aren’t enough resources to help everyone. But Watson has the potential to be scalable and help many more people, Darnell says.“This is the proverbial needle in the haystack and the haystack is enormous,” Kelly says. “Watson can do in seconds what would take people years. And we can get it down to a really personal level.”The doctors working on the project hope to start with 20 brain cancer patients, sequence their DNA and then run the information through Watson to figure out the best ways to treat them, Darnell says.IBM already has a partnership with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, where Watson is also used to help treat cancer.Read: Column: What does this week’s major physics breakthrough actually mean? >Read: Researchers develop smart tags which tell you when food goes off >
Short URL https://the42.ie/4612501 John Caulfield before the 2018 FAI Cup final. JOHN CAULFIELD HAS stepped down as Cork City manager with immediate effect.Caulfield, who was the longest-serving manager in the SSE Airtricity League, spent over five years in charge at Turner’s Cross and guided the Leesiders to a Premier Division and FAI Cup double in 2017. But after a disappointing start to the 2019 campaign which sees Cork winless in their last eight outings and just three points above the relegation play-off spot, Caulfield and City have gone their separate ways.“I feel the time is right to part ways with the club,” Caulfield, 54, said.“I would like to thank the players and backroom team for the huge success brought to the club since 2014. I wish everyone the best for the rest of the 2019 season and look forward to attending games as a supporter in the stands.”Cork will appoint an interim manager “for the foreseeable future” before beginning their search for Caulfield’s replacement, the club said in their statement.“Everyone at the club is hugely grateful for everything John Caulfield has done for the club, the city and Cork,” club chairman Declan Carey said.“He holds every record as a player and a manager. He leaves the club with all of our best wishes and we look forward to welcoming John to Turner’s Cross in the future.”In addition to being the most successful manager in the club’s history, Caulfield is also one of Cork City’s most decorated players. The former striker won every major domestic honour during a 15-year playing career with City. He remains the club’s record appearance holder and joint-leading goalscorer.He took over as City boss following the departure of Tommy Dunne towards the end of the 2013 season, and guided the club to a top-two league finish in each of his five full seasons in charge.In addition to the 2017 double, Cork also won the FAI Cup in 2016 while Caulfield oversaw victories against Linfield, Swedish Cup holders BK Hacken and Levadia Tallinn in the Europa League qualifying rounds.– Additional reporting by Paul Dollery Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: Share5 Tweet Email1 John Caulfield before the 2018 FAI Cup final. Image: Tommy Dickson/INPHO John Caulfield steps down as Cork City manager following dismal league start Cork will appoint an interim manager ‘for the foreseeable future’ before beginning their search for Caulfield’s replacement. May 1st 2019, 9:18 AM 33 Comments 19,814 Views Image: Tommy Dickson/INPHO Wednesday 1 May 2019, 3:00 PM Subscribe By Niall Kelly Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Ozzie Sheakley, commander of Southeast Alaska Native Veterans, welcomes The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian to Southeast Alaska on Monday, June 12, 2017. (Photo courtesy of Sealaska Heritage Institute)In 2013, Congress authorized the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian to establish a national veterans memorial for Natives.Listen nowThe Alaska community consultations of that national effort wrapped last week.More than 86,000 Native Americans and Alaska Natives served in the armed forces in World War II and the Vietnam War, and about 31,000 currently are active duty, according to Department of Defense estimates.Eileen Maxwell is a spokesperson for the museum.An advisory committee and the museum have been conducting community consultations to seek input and support for the memorial, to find out what Native veterans want to see in a national tribute.Maxwell said that Native Americans have served in the U.S. military since the American Revolution.“In higher numbers than any other ethnic group per capita,” Maxwell said. “It is quite an amazing tribute to Native Americans and needs to be recognized with a national memorial in the nation’s capital.”Alaska Native veterans, community members and museum representatives met recently at the Sealaska Heritage Institute in Juneau.Ozzie Sheakley was one of the attendees. He commands the Southeast Alaska Native Veterans and has researched and presented on Tlingit code talkers during World War II.“There wasn’t really recognition about the Indian peoples in the wars,” Sheakley said. He has researched and presented on Tlingit code talkers during World War II.The code talkers were trained Native soldiers who sent unbreakable codes based on indigenous languages.“To me, it’s like the help of our people shortened the war,” Sheahley said. “Because of that, I feel like we were a big part of, especially, World War II.”The museum estimates the budget for the memorial at $15 million, which includes long-term maintenance and associated educational programs. Construction and implementation will be about half of that.National Museum of the American Indian director Kevin Gover tells community members and area Alaska Native veterans about a proposed national memorial for Native veterans. (Photo courtesy Sealaska Heritage Institute)“There’s like 33 different tribes that are putting their ideas together,” Sheakley said. “We just want to make sure that everyone that was in the service is recognized” including the Merchant Marines and the territorial guards.Groups met in Fairbanks in October. Juneau was the penultimate stop. The last meeting was in Anchorage at the Alaska Native Heritage Center.Eleanor Hadden, curator of collections and exhibits at the center, says few attended, but it was an emotional meeting as families and veterans talked about the history and hardship of their Alaska Native relatives who served.Hadden, whose Native name is Aan-Kee-Naa, is Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian originally from the Ketchikan area. She said her family has a long history of serving in the military, including her father who served in Korea and her spouse, whose career in the Air Force has spanned 24 years.Hadden said at least one person asked that the memorial not portray war, but survival and life. Another idea was to include the family and community who supported the soldiers when they returned home.Sheakley said coming up with a unifying memorial could prove difficult.“We know it’s going to be hard for them to make a choice because they’re meeting with all the tribes,” Sheakley said. “It’s a small area they’re going to be using. To me, it’ll be good if they recognize every tribe that there is, but because it’s going to be a small area they can’t do that.”Sheakley said one idea is to include the various code talker medals.“What they should do is get a copy of every code talker medal and put it around the side because that’s from every tribe,” Sheakley said.Congress recognized 33 Native groups in 2013 for their efforts during world wars. Sheakley accepted a Congressional Gold Medal on behalf of Central Council of the Tlingit Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska.Five individual Tlingit men — Jeff David, Richard Bean Sr., George Lewis, and brothers Harvey Jacobs and Mark Jacobs Sr. — all deceased, were honored with silver medals.The memorial design will be selected through a juried, international competition to launch in the fall.The memorial will be on grounds of the National Museum of the American Indian on the National Mall in Washington. It’s expected to be dedicated in 2020.You can find out more about the museum at nmai.si.edu.
Cooke Aquaculture’s Atlantic salmon farm near Bainbridge Island, Washington. (Photo courtesy Washington Department of Natural Resources)The U.S. has a seafood trade deficit. The Trump administration’s answer is to promote aquaculture in federal waters. That’s alarmed some who see this as a threat to Alaska’s longstanding ban on fish farms.Listen nowDuring a recent stop in Juneau, NOAA Fisheries chief Chris Oliver said that wild seafood harvests alone can’t keep up with rising global demand.But there’s another way.“Aquaculture is going to be where the major increases in seafood production occur whether it happens in foreign countries or in United States waters,” Oliver told a room of fishermen, seafood marketing executives and marine scientists.Aquaculture is a broad term: it’s farming in the sea. That could be shellfish like oysters or seaweed which Alaska permits. But it also includes fish farms — which Alaska does not allow.The nation’s federal waters are vast. They begin three miles offshore and extend 200 nautical miles. There isn’t any aquaculture in federal waters — yet.Acting U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce Timothy Gallaudet said during a Juneau visit that streamlining regulations and boosting aquaculture production – both part of the Commerce Department’s 2018-2022 strategic plan – could help change that.“As we look to the ocean to continue to support human society, aquaculture is going to be a growing factor,” Gallaudet said.There’s a bill pending in the U.S. Senate that could decide how federal aquaculture is regulated. It’s being backed by an industry group called Stronger America Through Seafood.Campaign Manager Margaret Henderson said Alaska’s ability to ban offshore fish farms remains a sticking point on Capitol Hill.“We in no way mean to impede a state’s authority to manage their own waters,” Henderson said in an interview. “But when it comes to managing federal waters outside the state line we think that there’s a balance to be had there, that there’s there’s room for both.”The state is well aware that its ban on offshore finfish farming is at stake.“I think it’s safe to say that we’re going to fight pretty hard to maintain the state’s opt-out option and maintain the ability to prohibit finfish farming off of Alaska,” Sam Rabung, chief of Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s aquaculture division, said.There are two main arguments against finfish farming.One is environmental: farmed fish can escape, like what happened last year in Washington State, when hundreds of thousands of Atlantic salmon broke free from their pen and traveled miles up rivers in the Pacific NorthwestThe other argument is economic.“If you increase supply, prior to increasing demand or without the effort to increase demand, your prices drop,” Julie Decker, executive director of the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation, said.Decker recalled how in the 1980s, Alaska was the largest salmon producer. That changed, she said, when cheap farmed salmon entered the market.“The end of the salmon story at this stage is there’s millions more people eating salmon, than they were back in 1980,” Decker said. “But it was a very painful adjustment period.”Federal commerce officials heard about that from Verner Wilson III. He grew up on Bristol Bay but now works for Friends of the Earth, which co-authored a letter to lawmakers opposing the aquaculture bill.“The flooding of farmed salmon in the 1990s created so much hurt and pain for my family and Alaska salmon fishermen throughout the state from Bristol Bay right here to Juneau,” Wilson said.Gallaudet said offshore fish farms wouldn’t be imposed on Alaska.But in his pitch for aquaculture he alluded to the elephant in the room: climate change.“Some of the changes in the environment are affecting fish stocks,” Gallaudet said. “They are either moving or they’re not thriving and so this aquaculture, done the right way and scientifically based, provides a means for employment of fishermen who are losing some of their gain through these changing conditions.”U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan’s office said he supports Alaska’s right to opt out.“He will not support any legislation that endangers our world class fisheries or negatively impacts Alaska’s robust seafood industry,” Sullivan’s spokesman Mike Anderson wrote in a statement. “Further, any federal legislation he would support must respect Alaska’s current prohibition.”U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski hasn’t taken a position.
David J. Phillip/APPresident Trump’s zero tolerance policy left the CBP struggling to process the number of people it detained — and the agency says it will temporarily stop turning immigrant parents over to prosecutors. Here, a mother migrating from Honduras holds her 1-year-old child as she surrenders to border agents on Monday. The two had illegally crossed the border near McAllen, Texas.Despite pressure from President Trump for the U.S. to arrest and prosecute anyone caught crossing the border illegally, U.S. Customs and Border Protection says its agents will temporarily suspend the practice of detaining adults who arrive with children — something that had been a tenet of Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy.CBP agents will no longer refer migrant parents and children for prosecution when they’re caught at the U.S. southern border, Commissioner Kevin McAleenan said, telling reporters that the system — which was widely criticized for separating families, until Trump eased his policy somewhat last week — hasn’t worked out.“A much better system would be to keep families together through their immigration proceedings,” McAleenan said. “That’s what the Obama administration did in 2014. That’s what the president has asked Congress to help us do now.”The Trump policy was billed as a deterrent — using federal agents to draw a line at the border and stop illegal immigration. Instead, it spurred outrage over images and sounds of children who were forcibly taken from their parents. It also put new logistical and record-keeping burdens on the government, which is working to reunite families whose members are being held hundreds of miles away from each other.The zero tolerance policy left the CBP struggling to process the number of people it was detaining, while still fulfilling its core mission of securing the border.“It’s a huge challenge operationally for our agents,” McAleenan said.Citing a background briefing from a CBP official, NPR’s John Burnett reports that the agency’s holding facilities are now overwhelmed: “Kids are waiting in cage-like holding cells, while their moms and dads go to court in shackles.”Detained in cavernous buildings and temporary camps, parents and their kids have languished through separations that in some cases have already lasted a month or more — exceeding the 20-day limit on holding children in federal custody. That limit is part of a decades-old settlement called the Flores agreement.Several immigration experts say the government could speed up the process by adding more judges to the immigration system. But Trump disagrees, saying on Monday, “I don’t want judges. I want ICE and Border Patrol agents.”Theresa Cardinal Brown of the Bipartisan Policy Center — who also worked on immigration policy under Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush — tells NPR’s Morning Edition that even before Trump took office, the U.S. was already struggling to deal with the number of immigration and asylum cases.In April, the Justice Department said that nearly 700,000 cases were pending in immigration courts — a rise from 519,000 cases in 2016. The figure has steadily risen over at least the past decade.“The backlog started in the Bush administration, but it really accelerated under Obama, because of the Central Americans arriving,” Brown said. “Most Mexicans can be deported pretty immediately; Central Americans, again, often have due process — that created the backlog. The president saying he just wants to do away with the courts, you know, obviously [he] can’t do that without Congress.”Brown says that while enforcement efforts developed a large security apparatus along the border, there was no correlating growth in the legal and justice system there.“That’s resulted in this backlog that takes two years,” Brown said. “If we were to add more judges, reduce that backlog to a couple months — that would probably help with the problem the president is trying to address.”On Monday, Ashley Tabaddor, president of the National Association of Immigration Judges, told NPR that immigration courts’ budgets have not increased along with those of law enforcement agencies:“So we’ve seen a situation where, if you imagine a one-lane highway with one exit ramp being now built out to a three- or four-lane highway, and the exit ramp remains a single lane — and then trying to blame the exit ramp for the traffic.”For now, the border agency is one of many parts of the Trump administration that is calling on the Republican-controlled Congress to solve the problem, by passing a comprehensive immigration law.When NPR asked CBP for clarification of its new approach to Trump’s policy on Tuesday, the agency sent this statement from Andrew Meehan, assistant commissioner of public affairs:“U.S. Customs and Border Protection is working through implementing the President’s Executive Order in conjunction with the Department of Justice and is taking temporary action until Congress can find a lasting solution to family separation and we encourage them to act.”Copyright 2018 NPR. 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<> 1/7Windows 10 apps appear as flat holographic windows, either floating in the air or fixed to surfaces. 1/7You can Skype on the HoloLens, which projects a window of whoever you’re calling in front of you, and shows the other person your augmented view. 1/7One app, HoloPlanner, lets you see how furniture would look in your workspace. It’s very limited. 1/7HoloStudio lets you build your own holographic dioramas. 1/7Fragments is a detective game that uses the HoloLens like the augmented reality glasses in Heavy Rain. 1/7Galaxy Explorer projects a simple view of the galaxy and the Solar System in the middle of you room. 1/7RIP Holorambe Twitch Streams Porn on Ninja’s Old AccountMicrosoft Releases Retro Windows App as ‘Stranger Things’ Tie-In VR gets most of the attention when it comes to strapping futuristic displays to your face, but I still think AR, augmented reality, is actually the future for this kind of tech. And not just because of Pokemon Go. Creating an entire virtual world from scratch requires a lot of potentially sickening heavy lifting. But adding some artificial enhancements to the world you’re already looking at sounds way more feasible. Plus you can still actually see where you are going!Three years ago we got a taste of how potentially cool that kind of AR could be with Microsoft HoloLens, a headset the filled your field of view with all sorts of holograms and windows. It was the real mixed reality product (at least for developers) that Google Glass wanted to be. And now it’s back with HoloLens 2.Announced at Mobile World Congress, the $3,500 Microsoft HoloLens 2 is still more of a niche enterprise product than something for consumers. But the upgrades it offers seem so cool that you may want to bug your business about it. The wider field of view allows you to see more holograms at once. So if you’re working on an assembly line you can pull up more instructions or even video conferencing windows in your peripheral vision. It’s more physically varied too, comfortably fitting different head (and hair) shapes along with providing optional hard hat protection.AdChoices广告Unlike high-end VR headsets connected to PCs, HoloLens 2 has to be a powerful standalone Windows product. It gets there with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 processor, connections over USB-C and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5, two 2K 3:2 Microsoft MEMS screens, an 8-megapixel camera, and a space-scanning Kinect sensor. Finally, Microsoft hardware not ruined by Kinect.But the hardware is only useful if there’s a robust AR software library for users to enjoy. At MWC Tim Sweeney of Epic Games suggested AR support for the Unreal Engine (AR Fortnite?) while Microsoft itself is keeping the API open to encourage free experimentation from developers. They just want you to get jazzed about their Microsoft Azure cloud services, which HoloLens 2 uses to “stream high-polygon content” and collaborate across devices.That said, there is a dark side to improved augmented reality. Apparently HoloLens 2 is just one of the perks Microsoft is offering the United States Army as part of a recent contract worth nearly half a billion dollars. And some of Microsoft’s own employees are now protesting the weapons partnership. This was disappointing when Microsoft worked with ICE and it’s disappointing now. HoloLens shouldn’t be used to aid the business of perpetual war.Harambe may be dead but augmented reality lives with Microsoft HoloLens 2. Look back on the original HoloLens to see how it can both give you some dignity and make you look like a creepy dork. Stay on target
A solo exhibition Pause and Play, by Puja Kshatriya is all about the inner strength and the complexities and dual nature of relationships. This exhibition is a series comprising of 11 canvases, is an unique interplay of monochromatic figures, emphasising the dual nature and complexities of our relationships. Headless figures, amputated or shifted limbs add an element of surrealism and deconstruction and repetition of images has produced some interesting works. It is almost like looking through a kaleidoscope, where forms join together and then melt away. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting”Strength and power are often wrongly perceived. Those who appear frail, may in fact be resolutely strong. Wars, as it is has been said, are not always won or lost on the battlefield, but often in the mind. This series called Pause and Play explores the power of mind and how we can we achieve inner strength by detaching ourselves,’ said the artist Puja.’There is no single factor that has inspired me to paint this series. I think, as one evolves and grows spiritually one realises the power of the mind and how we can we achieve inner strength by detaching ourselves,’ added the artist. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixHer series Pause and Play emphasises the importance of detachment and the need to build our inner strength. She added, ‘If we can learn to distance ourselves from the immediate surrounding, we can review our perceptions and transform our lives.”I am having an exhibition in Delhi after a hiatus of almost 12 years, my last three solo shows in 2003, 2005 and 2007 being in Mumbai. Since I am from Delhi, this is a special show for me; it’s almost like a homecoming exhibition,’ said the artist. ‘With the objective of creating an interface between Indian contemporary art and its various interpretations, Puja Kshatriya’s work is a vision, an interpretation, allowing the viewer to indulge in their imagination,’ said Ashwini Bahadur, founder of the Artspeaks India.Trying to innovate from the traditional style of painting, Puja uses blade scraping technique, where in two-three layers, oil colours are applied and then blade is used, to bring out the forms. The pressure while scraping is varied, bringing a sculptural effect to the figures.DETAILAt: Shridharani Gallery,Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg On till: 12 November Timings: 11am to 7pm Phone: 23718833
Image courtesy of Imago Systems February 4, 2009 – According to a new market research report released this month by market research firm IMV Medical Information Division, the adoption of 64-slice CT equipment by cardiology practices throughout the U.S. has more than doubled over the past two years. The survey finds that 45 percent of the cardiology practices surveyed presently own or lease CT equipment, reporting an average of about two units per practice among those who have such equipment. Only 23.5 percent of the practices surveyed in 2006 owned or leased CT equipment at that time, with an average of 1.4 units per practice that had such equipment. “The majority of CT units out there in the cardiology practices now are 64-slice units,” observed Mary C. Patton, director of market research at IMV. “It’s extremely important for today’s cardiology practice to offer state-of-the-art imaging capabilities to maintain or improve its competitive edge and provide the best possible patient care. The perception of many cardiologists working in large private practices is that there’s no point in buying CT equipment that’s not 64-slice.”The research report, entitled “Present Practices & Future Directions in Cardiac Imaging: The Cardiologist’s Perspective”, is a sequel to IMV’s previous study with cardiologists in 2006. The new report includes more than 400 data points and explores the use of cardiac CT angiography, CT calcium scoring, cardiac MR and MR angiography, SPECT and SPECT/CT, PET and PET/CT, cardiac catheterization, and echocardiography in cardiology practices. The report highlights purchasing trends for office-based diagnostic imaging equipment (new and refurbished) by modality, and provides ratings of how specific vendor selection criteria influence capital investment in such decision.Report highlights include: • An estimated 69.1 percent of U.S. cardiologists order some CT angiography exams on a monthly basis, roughly consistent with the 71.5 percent reported in the 2006 survey • The aggressive shifts of cardiac procedures to CT angiography and MR angiography have not occurred at the rate predicted by cardiologists in the 2006 survey. However, some shift of procedures continues to occur, particularly in the case of CT angiography. • Despite recent declines in the overall number of SPECT procedures performed SPECT procedure volumes among responding cardiologists are stable or increasing. More than 60 percent of the cardiology practices represented in the survey sample presently own or lease at least one piece of SPECT or SPECT-CT equipment. • Echocardiography continues to represent one of the top three diagnostic imaging modalities for 10 of the 12 cardiac conditions covered in the survey. The report details procedure use and self-referral trends for specific diagnostic imaging modalities for a dozen key cardiac indications, including new and chronic angina, non-specific chest pain, congestive heart failure, survivors of myocardial infarction, post-CABG patients, and post-PCI patients. 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China and Russia Very insulting but perhaps Europe should first pay its fair share of NATO which the US subsidizes greatly" The jab followed Macron’s comments to Europe 1 radio earlier that week when the French president mentioned “attempted attacks in cyberspace and interference in our democratic lives” and concluded Europe needed to protect itself “with respect to China Russia and even the United States of America” To Trump it did not matter that Macron was referring to attacks on the Internet rather than live battlefields And so when the two men met on Saturday morning at the Elysée Palace they wore frozen smilesa sharp contrast with the effusive welcome Trump received on his last visit to France for Bastille Day celebrations in July 2017 “We have become very good friends” Trump told reporters on Saturday But all weekend Trump cut a solitary figure He canceled his visit to the US war cemetery in Belleau Wood northeast of Parison Saturday afternoon apparently because rain had grounded the Marine One helicopter Meanwhile Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel hugged each other in Compiègne the site where the Armistice peace treaty was signed in 1918 Macron posted the photo on Twitter with just one word: “Unis” (United) On Sunday morning Trump again went his own way: He ducked into the Elysée Palace through the side entrance of the building for a breakfast with all the leaders rather than joining Macron’s receiving line at the front door And after breakfast almost all 70 leaders walked down the Avenue du Champs-Elysée in the rain to the Arc de Triomphea symbolic echo of victorious French troops marching down the avenue after Paris was liberated from the Nazis (with critical US help) in 1944 Meanwhile a US motorcade escorted Trump alone to the ceremony There standing under the arch at the official ceremony to mark the end of the war with leaders from across the world seated before him Macron issued his sharpest rebuke yet to Trump albeit without once mentioning his name “Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism” the French leader said With Trump Russian President Vladimir Putin and Merkel all seated in the front row he said nationalism and patriotism were exact opposites By putting our interests first he warned " we erase what a nation holds dearest what gives it life what makes it great and what is essential: its moral values" And yet despite that impassioned plea there is one fact Macron cannot escape: he and indeed all of Europe badly needs the United States For months Macron has called for Europe to ramp up its military forces and to try to create what he calls a “European Army” in which the European Union’s 28 member nations (27 after Britain leaves in March) would jointly train forces and deploy them in battle Without a crack fighting force Europeans will remain dependent on outside help as it did during both world wars when the US military stepped in On a continent that has suffered centuries of wars military independence is a tempting prospect But in reality Macron’s idea is widely regarded as unworkable “You cannot have an Army without having an executive branch” says François Heisbourg special adviser to the Foundation for Strategic Research in Paris “The EU is not a country it is not a state” he says And so he says “you will notice the resounding silence from Macron’s EU partners” In part because of Macron’s pushand perhaps also because of pressure from Trumpseveral EU countries increased military spending last year according to Heisbourg But Europe remains heavily dependent on the US for its security “They could not manage without the US in a big crisis” says Michael Shurkin senior political scientist in Washington for the RAND Corporation who studies EU militaries While France and Britain regularly deploy forces in shooting wars few other European countries do “By and large all of them have militaries designed to work as a coalition run by the US” he says In recent wars in Libya and Mali French forces depended on the US military for aerial refueling early warning systems and other key operations that the Europeans were simply incapable of doing In addition says Shurkin EU governments have for years cut military budgets “knowing full well that the US would protect them” For many Europeans the history of catastrophic battle still looms large There are monuments and plaques to those killed in World War I in almost every French village town and even in schoolyards At least 3 million French and German soldiers died as well as about 116000 American soldiers “It is the most important element of France’s collective memory since the French Revolution” in 1789 says Heisbourg “Every family surrendered their boys to the war” And among the EU members that border Russia like Latvia Lithuanian and Estonia the possibility of another major war seems quite feasible “We are doing everything together to strengthen our security in the region” Latvian President Raimonds Vējonis told TIME in Paris on Sunday He cited Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 as an example of the rising threat from Moscow Yet like others Vējonis says he does not support Macron’s idea of a European Armyeven if it was feasible That is because the Baltics like others depends heavily on US and Canadian military cooperation and intelligence which could take a lesser role if a European Army existed “That is why it is very important we are part of NATO” he said For Macron the challenge now is to inject a sense of urgency at a time when Europe is not at war At a dinner at the D’Orsay Museum in Paris on Saturday night he told the leaders that they risked taking peacetime for grantedan unwise proposition he said on a continent that has known repeated wars And on Sunday night when Macron opened his inaugural Paris Peace Forum a gathering of presidents prime ministers politicians and executives he marveled at how leaders of countries that were bitter enemies a century ago were now close friends seated in the audience “Will it be a snapshot of the final moment of unity before the world descends into disorder” he asked “The answer is down to us” Contact us at editors@timecomConcussions are an unfortunate reality in many sports from football to soccer and boxing And as studies continue to link concussions to a range of health problems from depression to Alzheimer’s and other brain changes sports and health officials have focused their attention on whether protective equipment like helmets can lower the risk of brain injuries Most research to date shows that there is no concussion-proof helmet to protect against all concussions and brain injury In March 2013 a panel of 32 experts updated the Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport and concluded that while mouth guards and helmets generally protect the faces and heads of athletes they don’t do much to protect them from internal brain damage In fact they warned helmets and mouth guards may even give some players a false sense of security and invincibility and may make them act more aggressively on the field MORE: A New Blood Test to Diagnose Concussions On The Field A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery confirmed that there’s no helmet that can protect a player from all concussions but the researchers compared two helmets and found that some can be more protective than others While previous studies simply looked at rates of concussions across a wide variety of helmet types and among players with varying rates of head impacts in this study the scientists were able to control for the number of impacts each player had and compare that to his helmet type and risk of concussion The researchers analyzed six years of head impacts among 1833 college football players from eight schools The players were either wearing a Riddell VSR4 or Riddell Revolution helmet which the manufacturers say no longer have screws that are typically found in the forehead area of the helmet That construction provides “an unparalleled 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suggest that may be possible No helmet can prevent 100% of concussions but if some can reduce the risk then they should be studied further the researchers say Contact us at editors@timecom But beyond the ceremonial proceedings.
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says it will reach at the end of next month Conservative columnist Charles Krauthamer floated the idea of doing away with the risk corridor reimbursement in his first Washington Post column of the year calling on the GOP to "attach the anti-bailout bill to the debt ceiling That and nothing else" At least one influential Republican has signed on for the idea "I think it would be a real tough position to sell to say that when were running out of money when were maxing out our credit card we should also be borrowing money from China to bail out insurance companies" says Scalise It is not clear whether other Republicans will decide to push that or other concessions or whether they will ultimately back down and raise the debt limit without much fanfare That will come down to a calculation of political and economic costs The Government Accountability Office estimated that the delay in raising the debt limit in 2011 cost the Treasury Department $13 billion that year alone while the Bipartisan 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country" Last night Speaker Boehner spokesman Michael Steel said that while "we should not default on our debt or even get close to it" a "clean debt-limit increase simply wont pass in the House" Democrats for their part seem to be hoping for a fight In his end of the year press conference President Obama said "were not going to negotiate with this Congress on the bills that it has accrued" Contact us at editors@timecomCharles Correa widely considered to be India’s greatest contemporary architect died on Tuesday night at age 84 The renowned architect and urban planner died in Mumbai following a brief illness the BBC reported Correa who designed the Gandhi memorial in the Western state of Gujarat when he was just 28 was known for his “open-to-sky” concept represented in the majority of his designs His influence was not restricted to his native country but spread across the globe with international projects like India’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York the Brain Science Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (from where he graduated in 1955) and most recently the Ismaili Centre in Toronto Canada He also designed several government buildings academies resorts and low-income housing units across India and was the chief architect of the suburb of Navi Mumbai built across the harbor from Mumbai proper Correa was a staunch critic of the way modern cities were designed once saying: “Market forces do not make cities they destroy them” Write to Rishi Iyengar at rishiiyengar@timeasiacomAlvarado MN – 93 passed away on Saturday March 31 2012 at Valley Eldercare in Grand Forks ND Arrangements are pending (DuBore Funeral Home Warren MN)A High Court sitting in Port Harcourt the Rivers State capital on Monday restrained the Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed from further mention of the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP Prince Uche Secondus in the recently released looters list Trial Judge and Chief Judge of Rivers state Justice I A Iyayi-Lamikanta granted the order for one of two prayers in a motion by Prince Secondus seeking interlocutory injunction in restraining the defendants from further publishing the libellous content The PDP chairman in Suit PHC/1013/2018 is suing Lai Mohammed along with Federal Government and Vintage Press for N15Billion as damages for alleged libel of the PDP chairman when his name was listed as a looter alleging he collected N200m on 19 February 2015 from the office of the then National Security Adviser Neither the defendants nor their counsels were present in the opening hearing yesterday before the Judge adjourned till April 28 but Plaintiff’s counsel Emeka Etiaba (SAN) hoped all parties show up on the next date so the court can hear the merits of the case Etiaba told newsmen shortly after the court session that “There is no truth in what they (defendants) published so I can understand why they are not in court but by the time the restraining order comes maybe they will take us more seriously “But we have told Nigerians this is one case of executive recklessness which comes up once in a why We hope at the end of the day we prove to Nigerians that this is nothing but a gimmick a ploy to destroy the PDP and its leadership because of the 2019” On the second prayer denied by the Judge Etiaba said “The court was minded to believing that that prayer deals with publications that go beyond the ones that had our plaintiff’s name ”The court felt no it is at large and cannot be granted but we are happy with the one granted Justice is two ways” Aside the claim of payment of N15Billion to Prince Secondus as damages in the substantive suit the Plaintiff is also pleading the court that defendants retract the libellous material in as many media as they published it among other claims Ahead of the adjourned date the court ordered that the Plaintiff’s counsels serve the defendants hearing notice same way they served them the originating processes and 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