Weekly Traffic Advisories

first_imgCONTINUING WORK VICTORIA COUNTY: MacLeod Angus Bridge Traffic on the MacLeod Angus Bridge in South Harbour is reduced to one lane until further notice. Traffic signals are in place. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Trunk 7 Trunk 7, Tangier to Spry Harbour, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Friday, Nov. 30. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. Some night work may be required. VICTORIA COUNTY: Red Bridge, Big Baddeck The Red Bridge on the Old Margaree Road in Big Baddeck is closed to traffic. A detour is in place. The bridge is scheduled to be replaced by the end of March 2013. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Intersection Route 333/Trunk 3 Intersection Route 333/Trunk 3 will have stop and go traffic for installation of traffic signals, asphalt patching and repaving until Friday, Nov. 30. Work takes place at night from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Big Pond Bridge Route 305 will be closed between Florence and Sydney Mines at Big Pond Bridge for repairs until Friday, Nov. 30. A detour is available on Highway 105. GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Melford Brook Bridge The Melford Brook Bridge, on Route 344 at Middle Melford, is closed. A two-lane detour bridge is in place until a permanent bridge is built. The speed limit is reduced to 60 km/h and warning signs are in place. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 125 Traffic on Highway 125, between Exit 6 and Grand Lake Road, will be slowed by twinning construction until Monday, Dec. 3. Drivers should expect slow-moving traffic and be aware of trucks turning during construction. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. PICTOU COUNTY: Highway 104 Highway 104, Exit 23 eastbound off Westville Road and MacGregor Avenue’s ramp and intersection, will have periodic lane closures for the installation of traffic signals, patching and paving until Monday, Nov. 26. Traffic control people are on site. Please take alternate route if possible. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Mooseland Road Mooseland Road near Jacket Lake will be reduced to one lane for about six kilometres for paving until Friday, Nov. 30. Work takes place from dawn to dusk.center_img INVERNESS COUNTY: Crowdis Bridge Crowdis Bridge will be closed until further notice. A detour will be available via Crowdis Cross Road, West Big Interval Road and Hatchery Road. SHELBURNE COUNTY: Welshtown Bridge The Welshtown Bridge on Welshtown Road, Welshtown will be closed to all traffic for bridge construction until Friday, Dec. 21. Detour signs are in place. Detour on Highway 203, known as the Ohio Road, Trunk 3, and Upper Clyde Road. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 105 Highway 105, from St. James Road to Groves Point, will have one-lane closures for milling and repaving until Friday, Nov. 30. Traffic control people and a pilot vehicle are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 101 Highway 101, from Exit 3 east for about four kilometres, to Old Landfill Road in Mount Uniacke, will be reduced to one lane for widening, milling, guardrail and shoulder work. When work is complete, Old Landfill Road west to Exit 3 will be reduced to one lane. The project is expected to be completed by Friday, Nov. 30. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: West Ship Harbour Road West Ship Harbour Road will be reduced to one lane for paving until Friday, Nov. 30. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. INVERNESS COUNTY: Riverside Road Riverside Road, from Trunk 4 north to Cenotaph Road, will be reduced to one lane for paving and road repairs until Friday, Nov. 30. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 105, Little Bras d’Or Bridge Traffic on Highway 105, the Trans Canada Highway, is being detoured onto the new Little Bras d’Or Bridge, while work is being done on a water pipeline. When work is complete, traffic will return to the existing bridge until work is completed on the new bridge approach road. Drivers should travel with caution. The new bridge is scheduled to open at the end of November. YARMOUTH COUNTY: Highway 3 Traffic on sections of Highway 3, from Exit 32A to the intersection of Route 308 at Tusket, will be reduced to one lane for culvert replacement and paving until Friday, Nov. 30. -30-last_img read more

Biman Banerjee calls for meeting to iron out MLALAD expenditure issue

first_imgKolkata: Speaker Biman Banerjee on Monday asked Tapas Roy, who holds the independent charge of Planning, Statistics and Programme Monitoring department, to convene a meeting of the standing committee of MLAs to take up the issue of spending MLALAD funds.A number of MLAs in the state Assembly raised issues over less spending of MLALAD funds by some municipalities or utilising the same in schemes other than what it is allocated for. The matter was raised by Left Front MLA of North Dum Dum Tanmoy Bhattacharya, who questioned Roy about the inability in spending MLALAD funds, popularly known as BUP funds, on the part of North Dum Dum and New Barrackpore municipalities. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersThe North Dum Dum municipality has spent Rs 23 lakh, while New Barrackpore has failed to spend any amount. “There is a fixed guideline for spending funds under BUP scheme and there should be public display in the form of signboards mentioning the funds spent under the scheme. If it is found that proper procedure has not been followed in this regard, it is not desirable,” Roy said. He asserted that this fund is a right of the MLAs. “My department will again pass over direction to the District Magistrates to ensure that signboards are put up displaying expenditure of BUP funds,” he added. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThis fund is allocated by the state government on the recommendation of the respective MLAs for development work in the area and is spent through the municipalities. Leader of Opposition Abdul Mannan mentioned that his MLALAD funds have been spent by Champdani and Baidyabati municipalities in Hooghly in some other projects against his recommendation. “Often we are completely in the dark about how the municipalities spend these funds,” Mannan added. The Speaker said that the issue has been raised by a number of MLAs and asked Roy to organise a standing committee meeting of MLAs to solve the same.last_img read more


first_img Twitter Alanis Obomsawin plays with First Nations school children in Moose Factory, Ont., in one of the photographs that inspired the mural. (Alanis Obomsawin) “It was a residential school,” said Obomsawin.“I would go during the day [and] just tell stories in the classroom and at recreation time I would come out and run around with the kids. Advertisement “It’s so extraordinary, and for me to have the children with me there is the most important [thing].” Facebook The mural depicting Alanis Obomsawin (centre, in red) was designed by Meky Ottawa (right) and was made into reality by MU’s team directed by Rafael Sottolichio (left). (Jessica Deer/CBC)center_img Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Login/Register With: Designed by emerging Atikamekw artist Meky Ottawa, Montreal’s newest mural pays tribute to the legendary Abenaki filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin.The mural is based on a photo of Obomsawin singing at the Mariposa Folk Festival in Toronto in 1970, as well as a 1968 photo of children playing in the snow during the filming of her documentary Christmas at Moose Factory.“I don’t think I have the words to say what I feel,” Obomsawin told CBC News at the unveiling of the mural Monday morning.last_img read more

A look at the Muskrat Falls boondoggle in pictures

first_imgAPTN News When announced in 2012, former premier Kathy Dunderdale said the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam proposal was the most scrutinized project in the province’s history – but some Labradorians say the project is unsafe – along with construction issues, Muskrat Falls has also faced protests and hunger strikes.Here is a look at the project in pictures. Billions and counting – the original cost of the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project was $6-billion- it is now sitting at $12.7 billion. People protesting the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project call themselves Land Protectors. The protests at the site start in 2012 and become a regular event in 2016. The response from officials to the growing protests is to set up what they call a protest pad or safe zone across the road from the main gate at Muskrat Falls. Labrador Land Protectors decided to call it the Peace Camp. RCMP move in on Land Protectors in the early morning hours of Oct. 17, 2016. Police claim the Land Protectors refused to remain across the road from the Muskrat Falls construction site entrance. According to people at the site, eight demonstrators are arrested. People who live downstream from Muskrat Falls are worried about two things; Methylmercury produced when foliage and water mix, and what some believe is the unstable clay soil underneath the dam’s North Spur. In October 2016, Jerry Kohlmeister, left, Delilah Saunders, and Billy Gauthier go on a hunger strike to force the provincial government to study environmental issues related to Muskrat Falls. Gauthier says he went without food for 13 days. Nalcor wins an injunction against Land Protectors in October 2016. The Land Protectors are ordered to stay away from the entrance to the Muskrat Falls construction site. After the injunction is announced, more than two dozen Land Protectors break through the gates at the construction site and occupy Nalcor’s offices. After the occupation ends, 18 men and 10 women faced a total of 60 charges that include disobeying a court order and taking a motor vehicle without consent. In June 2017, Inuk Grandmother Beatrice Hunter is in court facing charges from the Nalcor occupation. She tells a judge that she will not comply with his order to stay away from the construction site. Hunter spends 11 days in Her Majesty’s Penitentiary in St. John’s, a thousand kilometres south of her home in Labrador. A month later, Marjorie Flowers is incarcerated in St. John’s for also telling a judge that she will not comply with his order to stay clear of the Muskrat Falls site. The Independent Expert Advisory Committee (IEAC) was set up as a result of the hunger strike. It is to come up with a plan to deal with methylmercury at Muskrat Falls. Workers started collecting samples for testing. (Photo courtesy Prentiss Balcom) Nalcor admits that methylmercury will be more prevalent than first reported. The company said it will monitor the level of toxins downstream and warn people downstream to reduce their intake of fish and wildlife if necessary. (Photo courtesy Prentiss Balcom) In July 2017, seven massive generators were shipped from the south to the Muskrat Falls site. Jim Learning, an Inuk Elder, faces civil charges for breaking the court injunction. He was jailed when he refused to promise a Supreme Court judge that he would follow the injunction. After several days in jail, he still refused to sign an undertaking to stay away from Muskrat Falls. He was willing to go back to jail but was placed on house arrest instead. In August, Cole and a group of Land Protectors crash a meeting in Happy Valley-Goose Bay where Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett and Liberal Labrador MP Yvonne Jones were talking with constituents. A month later, Cole and the Land Protectors travel to St. John’s, NL and rally outside Nalcor headquarters. Cole wants a meeting with Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall – instead, police are called. Marshall later agrees to participate in a sharing circle that will take place on Nov. 29. On November 20, 2017, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball calls an inquiry into the Muskrat Falls project. The terms of reference will look at the economic side of the project. Justice Richard Leblanc will start in January. Land Protectors say the inquiry will do nothing to protect them from flooding, and methylmercury poisoning. According Ball, the Muskrat Falls generating station is 85 per cent complete and is scheduled to start producing 834 megawatts of electricity in 2020. At the moment, it is two years behind schedule. Because of the ballooning costs of the project, it is expected that Newfoundlanders and Labradorians will pay more for hydro rates in the coming years. <>last_img read more

Bombardier workers to stage rally in Toronto over Boeing dispute will walk

first_imgTORONTO – The union representing Bombardier’s production workers says employees at the company’s aerospace plant in Toronto will walk out Wednesday — a move meant to pressure Boeing to drop a trade complaint against Bombardier.Unifor national president Jerry Dias said in a statement that the rally is intended to give workers a voice during the ongoing dispute between the two companies.He said Bombardier workers “are well aware that Boeing has no case, and that workers will end up paying the price as corporations fight this out.”Boeing has filed a trade complaint accusing Bombardier of selling its C-Series passenger jets to a U.S. airline at an unfairly low price with help from government subsidies.The U.S. Department of Commerce will release the preliminary results of its investigation next week, and a finding against Bombardier could result in fines or tariffs.Last week, Dias and Boeing officials met in Washington, D.C., where Dias encouraged Boeing to drop the complaint and seek a resolution with Bombardier.Note to readers: CORRECTS name of regulatory bodieslast_img read more

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Most actively traded companies on the TSX Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,385.27, up 97.57 points):Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Oil and gas. Up 13 cents, or 1.85 per cent, to $7.16 on 8.9 million shares.Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:CGC). Drug manufacturer. Up 79 cents, or 7.9 per cent, to $10.79 on 6.2 million shares.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Up 12 cents, or 2.76 per cent, to $4.47 on 5.1 million shares.First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Miner. Down 79 cents, or 5.04 per cent, to $14.87 on 4.9 million shares.Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financial Services. Up eight cents, or 0.33 per cent, to $24.39 on 4.8 million shares.Lundin Mining Corp. (TSX:LUN). Miner. Up two cents, or 0.29 per cent, to $6.84 on 4.7 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Husky Energy (TSX:HSE). Oil and gas. Down 22 cents, or 1.3 per cent, to $16.68 on 2.3 million shares. The Calgary-based company says it will spend an extra $100 million next year to connect additional wells at its underperforming Sunrise oilsands project to spur it to design capacity of 60,000 barrels per day by 2018. The new spending is included in its 2017 capital budget of between $2.6 billion and $2.7 billion, revealed Tuesday. Husky’s spending this year is expected to come in at about $2 billion, down $100 million from previous estimates due to cost cutting initiatives and production gains. by The Canadian Press Posted Dec 13, 2016 3:09 pm MDT Last Updated Dec 13, 2016 at 4:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

UN SecretaryGeneral pays tribute to veteran official and gender pioneer Margaret Anstee

Secretary-General Meets with Dame Margaret Anstee Secretary-General Kofi Annan (right) meets with Dame Margaret Anstee. ‹ › She spent the early years of her career working on development projects in field missions across the globe, and was appointed the first female Resident Representative for the UN Development Programme and held the role in eight different countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In 1987 she became the first woman to be appointed to the rank of Under-Secretary-General, one of the UN system’s highest. “Ms. Anstee brought energy, humility, courage and a sense of adventure to everything she did,” the Secretary-General said, “from negotiating peace with rebels in Nigeria, to spiriting UN staff out of Chile in the days following the 1973 coup.” She served concurrently as the Director-General of the UN Office in Vienna and Head of the Centre for Social Development and Humanitarian Affairs, coordinating all UN drug-control programmes. She was also the first woman chosen to lead a UN peacekeeping mission, in 1992, heading the UN Angola Verification Mission II (UNAVEM II), and serving as the Secretary-General’s Special Representative in the African nation. Established in 1991 and closing in 1995, UNAVEM II had the following mandate: to verify the arrangements agreed by the Angolan parties for the monitoring of the ceasefire during that country’s civil war.“Ms. Anstee was well aware of her role as a pioneer,” Mr. Ban said. “She never shied from risk and urged women to test themselves and support each other. She was an inspiring role-model for generations of women diplomats who followed in her footsteps.”  Ms. Anstee’s activities following her retirement were varied and tended to have an international relations aspect. In 1994, she wrote a report for the UN Conference on Trade and Development and served as an advisor to the Government of Bolivia. From 1996 onwards, she was an advisor to the UN Departments of Political Affairs and Peacekeeping Operations and assisted in training for troops being deployed as ‘blue helmets.’ She also wrote on her book on her life experiences.  The Ad Hoc Group on Equality for Women The Ad Hoc Group on Equality for Women, chaired by Margaret Anstee, on the situation of women staff members and ways to improve career prospects. Also pictured Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar (third from left). Director-General Anstee and President Castro arrive for 8th United Nations Crime Congress President Fidel Castro of Cuba (centre) and Margaret Joan Anstee, Director-General of the UN Office at Vienna and Secretary-General of the Congress, are welcomed on their arrival at the Palacio in Havana before the start of the eighth United Nations Congress on Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders “Right until the end of her life, Margaret Anstee called for greater international cooperation and collective action for peace, sustainable development and human rights,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a message ahead of her funeral in the United Kingdom on Friday. “She was a true global citizen whose career is a powerful testament to the power of individuals to make a difference in our world,” he added.The UN chief noted that Ms. Anstee had dedicated herself for many years to working in difficult conditions in developing countries around the world. This included, at different points in her career, being responsible for delivering disaster relief in Bangladesh and in Mexico, helping the children of Chernobyl after the nuclear accident, and running peace operations in Angola.Ms. Anstee passed away on Thursday, 25 August, and her funeral will be held on Friday. She had served the United Nations for 41 years before retiring in 1993. However, she remained actively involved in international affairs. Born in 1926 in rural England, she graduated from the University of Cambridge in 1944 – three years before the institution began admitting women to full degree status – and went on to further study and academia before joining the United Nations in 1952, where she subsequently had a string of ‘firsts’ to her name. read more

Football JT Barrett becomes Ohio State alltime total offense leader

J.T. Barrett broke the school’s total offense record against Indiana. Credit: Edward Sutelan | Assistant Sports EditorOhio State quarterback J.T. Barrett adds another school record to his illustrious career in Columbus.Barrett became Ohio State’s all-time total yards leader with 8,864 yards in the first quarter against Indiana after a 15-yards completion to redshirt senior tight end Marcus Baugh, passing former quarterback Art Schilchter (1978-81) who had 8,850 total yards.Barrett was 4-for-5 on the first drive with 55 passing yards. The drive ended with a field goal.Stay with The Lantern for more updates from Bloomington, Indiana.

Blue Jackets fall to Stars 42

Blue Jackets’ interim coach Todd Richards said he was pleased with the way his team battled back in Thursday’s game against the Dallas Stars, but it wasn’t enough in the end. “The problem was, we weren’t ready from the start,” he said. The Blue Jackets got second period power-play goals from center Vinny Prospal and left-winger Rick Nash, but came up short, losing, 4-2, against the Stars, at Nationwide Arena. The Stars used left-winger Jamie Benn’s two-goal effort to hold on for the victory. Defensemen Stephane Robidas and Alex Goligoski added the other markers for the Stars. Curtis Sanford stopped 31 shots for the Blue Jackets as the team attempted to go on its first three-game winning-streak of the season. “We really wanted to get that third win in a row,” said left-winger R.J. Umberger. The scoring started just 1:35 into the game after Benn spun around in the slot and fired a shot that beat Sanford high to the glove side. Things didn’t get any easier for the Blue Jackets. Just less than three minutes later, Blue Jackets’ defenseman Marc Methot was on the receiving end of a puck to the face. Stars’ center Tomas Vincour fired a shot from the slot that, after striking Methot in the face, fell to the crease for a tap-in by Goligoski to put the Stars up, 2-0. “The first five minutes really killed us and put us in a big hole,” Umberger said. Methot did not return to the game after suffering a broken jaw, Richards said. “To get hit like that is fluky,” Richards said. Methot was not the only casualty of the game as right-winger Jared Boll left the game with a broken foot, Richards said. “It was a tough night body-wise, as far as injuries,” Richards said. After giving up an early power-play goal in the second period to the Stars, the Blue Jackets finally took some of the momentum back and responded with two power-play goals of their own. With Stars’ defenseman Sheldon Souray off for roughing later in the second period, defenseman Fedor Tyutin fired a low shot from the point that Prospal redirected into the net for the Blue Jackets’ first tally, at 8:32. Then at 12:12 during another Stars’ penalty, center Derick Brassard slid a cross-ice pass over to Nash who buried it for his 18th goal of the season. Richards called the play “textbook” and said it was what the team worked on in practice. Nash said the power play was “definitely positive” and the team could take that away from the game. The Blue Jackets added sustained pressure in the third, but were not able to find the back of the net again. “It was tough in the third,” Nash said. Benn added an empty-net goal with less than 10 seconds to go to seal the victory for the Stars. Nash, despite complimenting the Stars’ execution in the third period, felt it was still up to his team to tie the game. “It was good play by them, but we’ve got to find a way to get chances in the third,” Nash said. Nash was still optimistic about the team’s play. “We’re giving ourselves a chance to win and it seems like we’re following our system a lot better,” he said. Umberger agreed that the team just needs to persevere. “We gotta keep fighting, keep playing hard,” he said. The Blue Jackets travel to Minnesota Saturday to take on the Wild at 8 p.m. for the final time this season. read more

HP prognosis of Olympics Mens Denmark to break the Handball rule

← Previous Story Julia Nikolic (Portjanko) joins Zvezda Zvenizgorod Next Story → Hungarians tested “Copper Box” successful over Great Britain Claude OnestacroatiaDenmark handball favouritefranceHandball in LondonHandball prognosisOlympic handball prognosisSerbian eaglesSlavko GoluzaUlrik Wilbek Always before the biggest Handball Tournaments, Handball-Planet.com making prognosis of the favourites. Our team of journalist made it also before the Olympic Games in London.„Handball rule“ that the European champion in the year of Olympic Games never takes gold at Olympic tournament seems to be broken. For Handball-Planet.com, Denmark is the biggest favourite to win the tournament and take gold medal. „Handball Guru“, Ulrik Wilbek has fantastic mix of young and experienced players, well-known „scandi-system“ and experience of OG 2008 in Beijing, where also Danes came as the European champion. Hansen, Landin, Lauge, Markussen, fantastic wings and defense players are able to repeat EHF EURO 2012 from Serbia.Second biggest favourite is Croatia. Slavko Goluža needs time to improve himself, but also to assure the players to believe in him. Even this could be a problem for Croatia, bunch of players know who to play Olympic tournament. Venio Losert has two Olympic Gold medals from Atlanta and Athens, but also „Olympionics“ are Balic, Lackovic, Vori, Vukovic, etc.Third medal winner could be France. After disaster in Serbia, guys of Claude Onesta are highly motivated to show that their time didn’t past. Bad club’s season for majority of the players, without „fresh blood“ in some younger guys as Accambray, who will start as substitute, could be a serious problem for legendary generation. Brothers Gille, Dinart and Fernandez are handball legends, but nobody can win all the time…Fourth team could be Spain. Team of Valero Rivera showed class at two last big events in Sweden and Serbia. Spaniards don’t have some „big star“, but they are compact squad with „heavy and tall defense“ and attack without a lot of mistakes.From 5th to 8th place:SERBIAIn the „Group of Death“ someone has to „miss“ ¼ Final, but also some team has to „pick up“ France as a rival in that stage. Serbia could be that team as the fourth team from group B. Under that circumstances, „Eagles“ will have less chances to secure semi-finals. This generation of Serbian players are on the TOP of their NT careers. With 100% on the court, they could be problem for anyone…SWEDENNothing more than qualification to TOP8 will be Swedish achievement in London. This team probably wouldn’t survive Group B, but competing with Tunisia, Argentina and Great Britain, Andersson and Co. will qualify for quater-finals.ICELANDOG is nice opportunity that handball world says „Thanks Olafur“. Iceland has average performance in the last two years. Palmarrson, Petersson, Stefansson and Sigurdsson could make some surprise, but you can never know…TUNISIAInteresting squad of Tunisia will probably beat Argentina in the match for „position 4“ in Group A. Hmam, Tej, Jalouz and Bouganmi are able to do that. Tunisia won’t be outsider in clashes with Iceland or Sweden…From 9th to 12th place:HUNGARYSomeone has to stay out of the TOP 8 from group B. Clashes will be amazing, but on the end, Hungary has the lowest rating of all the European teams in the Group.ARGENTINASimonet and Co will play nice handball, but on their own limits…KOREAEven people who are very much involved in every day handball don’t know what to expect from Korea. However, it would be a huge surprise that Asian champion beat some Europeans…GREAT BRITAINHandball is happy that for the host-nation of the Olympic Tournaments have“ exotic“ handball nations as USA, Australia, China, GB.  GB has to play the best handball and promote our sports on the island… read more

Did the Droid Razr help Motorola get Googles billions

first_imgThe motivations for Google’s purchase of Motorola this summer have been treaded over many times. The patents help, and having their own manufacturer under the Google umbrella should help in reducing fragmentation. But Moto’s Droid Razr may shed a little more light on the search giant’s decision to throw down $12.5 billion on the hardware maker.The Droid Razr has the potential to be a game-changer. That buzzword gets bandied around a lot, but I think it’s appropriate here. Millions of casual users are familiar with the Razr brand from its phenomenal success several years ago. Though the old clamshell phones have been off the market since around the time of the first iPhone’s launch, the “Motorola Razr” brand is still permanently ingrained in many people’s minds as signifying a ridiculously-thin, must-have phone.Many of those same casual phone shoppers also give their attention to any phone with Droid branding. Annoy you as it may, many people use the Droid name interchangeably with the Android platform as a whole (“should I get an iPhone, or a Droid?” is a familiar example). Right now, it’s the most recognizable brand in the smartphone market that doesn’t start with the letter ‘i.’This amalgamation of attractive brand names will instantly communicate to millions of customers what this phone is: an incredibly thin and fast Android phone. Marketing perception will also match the product well, as (discounting its “hump”) the Razr is the thinnest smartphone around, and it’s undoubtedly a top-of-the-line Android offering.Casual smartphone shoppers won’t be the only ones interested in the Razr though, as its specs can hang with any smartphone. The 4.3″ qHD Super AMOLED display got a very positive review from PC Magazine’s Sascha Segan who described it as “an absolute stunner.” It utilizes Verizon’s LTE, it has a 1.2GHz dual-core chip powering it, and its rear-camera shoots at 8MP with 1080p video while the front camera takes unusually high 720p video. It also has the innovative SmartActions software, which can save battery and make customizing easier for average users. Heck, it even uses Kevlar to keep itself protected.What this adds up to is a phone that has the potential to be a sales hit. Casual buyers and Android/Razr fans alike will be equally drawn to it. I believe that the Droid Razr has the potential to be the single biggest hardware success we’ve seen on the Android platform. Side-by-side with the Galaxy Nexus, this could be a strong holiday season for Android phones.As Google’s purchase of Motorola was announced just a few months ago, this phone’s development was already far along at that point. Google exectuives looking at the Razr while in development were sure to have been excited by its potential.This is an exciting time to be a smartphone customer. Of all of the high-end Android phones that we’ve seen in the last year, though, I would say the Droid Razr is one to keep an eye on. It has the potential to appeal to a wide array of customers in an iPhone-esque way that no singular Android phone has quite captured yet.last_img read more

Bernard Dunne on overcoming adversity exciting times for Irish boxing and working

first_img Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO Short URL http://the42.ie/3268858 Bernard Dunne on overcoming adversity, exciting times for Irish boxing and working with the Dubs The former world champion assesses the current crop of fighters and opens up on the journey that has seen him become a success outside of the ring. 12,598 Views THAT MISCHIEVOUS GRIN says it all.Having spent the previous 20 minutes trying to break the body and spirit of yours truly, inside and outside of the ring, using skipping ropes, a heavy bag and anything else he has to hand, Bernard Dunne is happy to see me gasping for breath and mopping my brow.Dunne’s love for boxing is as strong as ever, which is quite a statement for a man who has been surrounded by the sport his entire life.There’s no need for the usual pre-interview pleasantries on this occasion, that feeling-out process was bypassed when he took such pleasure in burying his boot into my midriff as I strained to hold a plank position in the middle of the royal blue canvas.When Dunne hung up the gloves for good just over seven years ago he felt, with a tinge of anxiety, that boxing was still his only option, other career paths didn’t appear to be accessible.However, these days the proud Dubliner is a man who adopts many a stance, from boxing punditry, to writing a successful TV show and working with Jim Gavin’s All-Ireland champions.Dunne is used to reinvention and dealing with setbacks by now, and historically he’s always come out stronger on the other side.Foresight has always come naturally to the former world champion. Remember, this is the same guy who as a six-year-old, while sat on Barry McGuigan’s knee, told ‘The Clones Cyclone’ he wanted to be just like his idol.Since his retirement, Dunne has adapted and taken his bulletproof self-assurance outside the ring. Media savvy, his clarity of thought is obvious as he delivers answers with the crispness of a left jab.He was always a good talker and it’s a skill that is greatly appreciated when you find yourself sat opposite him still trying to feed your lungs with oxygen.With a flurry of professional Irish pugilists either already making waves, or expected to be doing so in the very near future, Dunne accepts it’s a particularly good time to be a boxing analyst in this country.“OK, our Olympic Games weren’t great but Irish boxing as a whole is in a very healthy place. We have a lot of young talent coming through,” Dunne told The42 at the National Stadium this week.We have a lot of young guys who have transitioned from amateur boxing into professional boxing.“That’s good talent that’s gone pro. Michael Conlan, Paddy Barnes and even look at Jason Quigley, who has been pro a couple of years now.” Bernard Dunne puts an out-of-his-depth journalist through his paces at the National Stadium.Having an Irish Olympian boxer for a father, Dunne felt his path was almost pre-determined. He’s joked in the past that he would have been kicked out of house and home if he didn’t start boxing as a five-year-old under his dad’s tutelage in Inchicore.His two children — Caoimhe (10) and  Finnian (9) — won’t be encouraged to box but if they do show an interest in the sport they won’t be short on expertise in their corner.“I grew up in a household where my dad was the 1976 Olympian Brendan Dunne. I was always Brendan Dunne’s son. And that was a difficult shadow to be in and have to chase that sort of glory.My kids have to grow up with their dad being Bernard Dunne, European and World champion and that’s an awful burden for any child.“But if my kids came to me and said ‘Dad, I want to box’, Grandad will come out of retirement and start coaching again“I’m thankful to him for everything I have, and sure Daddy knows a thing or two about boxing too. So maybe myself and Grandad could become tag-team coaches.”Going by the lung-busting, 20-minute session he has just put me through, he’d have them in tip-top shape in no time.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! 16 Comments By Alan Waldron Saturday 4 Mar 2017, 10:00 AM Share Tweet Email center_img Michael Conlan. Source: Emily Harney/INPHOHe may still be two weeks off making his professional debut but Dunne sees Conlan in a particularly special light.“Michael, what do you say about Michael? He’s got it all.“He’s got technical ability, he’s physically strong, he looks well, he speaks well and he’s got a good camp around him.“He’s got all the attributes to be a champion. He’s got all the people around him to help him become a champion. Now it’s about making sure you do the work.“You can have all the talent in the world but if you don’t apply it in the right way or if you don’t stay grounded, it can be wasted. But Michael definitely doesn’t strike me as someone who is going to waste his talent.”Michael’s older brother Jamie is much further down the road. He mightn’t be making quite as much noise but he’s another Irish pro, alongside the likes of Quigley, Barnes and Katie Taylor, who ticks all the boxes for Dunne.“Jamie is a fantastic talent and he’s often forgotten about,” Dunne says of the 30-year-old elder Conlan brother [18-0, 11KOs], who fights Yader Cardoza in Belfast on Friday, headlining a rescheduled card that also includes Barnes’ second pro outing.Having a brother like Michael, especially when you’re the older brother, is difficult.“But I think he’s at a stage now where he’s starting to get his own dues and he’s great to watch.“He really is and anyone who hasn’t seen him I recommend you go check him out on YouTube or watch his next fight because he comes to fight. He entertains, he’s got a great style, a really pro style.” Follow us: the42.ie Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Former WBA Super Bantamweight Champion Bernard Dunne at the eir Sport announcement of BoxNation’s addition to the eir Sport pack, increasing the channel offering from six to seven channels. BoxNation will be available to all eir Sport customers from 9 March. See eirsport.ie. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOQuigley is another very interesting talent, particularly when you consider the similarities in the path the Donegal man is taking to the one Dunne chose 17 years ago.Dunne turned professional after failing to qualify for the Sydney Olympics in 2000, which is a somewhat flippant reference to a remarkable amateur career that included 13 Irish titles and no defeats on home soil.At 20 years of age Dunne packed up and went to Los Angeles to train under Freddie Roach, following in the footsteps of two of his heroes, Steve Collins and Wayne McCullough, at the famed Wild Card gym.It opened up a different world for the Neilstown man, whose promoter was the great Sugar Ray Leonard, on occasion sharing a gym floor with Hollywood stars such as Mickey Rourke, Hillary Swank and Donnie Wahlberg.Similarly, Quigley left the amateur game in 2014, although he had a middleweight world silver medal in his back pocket, abandoning any plans to go for gold in Rio de Janeiro last year.The 25-year-old [12-0, 10KOs] is working under the wise wing of Manny Robles in LA, and he is already catching global attention, having risen into the top 10 of the WBA middleweight rankings.Dunne is a huge fan of Quigley, who headlines his first nationally-televised card when he takes on Glen Tapia [23-3, 15KOs] for the NABF middleweight championship in California on 23 March.“He’s probably been under the radar a wee bit back at home but he’s a phenomenal athlete, he really, really is.Looking at how he handles himself, both in the ring and outside of it, it’s great to see him develop the way he has. That takes a lot of hard work. He’s handled the move well.“Would he be where he is now if he had waited four years and stayed amateur and went to the Games? I think he made the right decision, I think Jason always wanted to be a pro.“I think his style suits the pro game and I think he definitely made the right choice for his own career.” Andy Lee. Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHOAndy Lee’s return to the ring in a fortnight’s time, in Madison Square Garden just 24 hours after Michael Conlan, 15 months after he lost his world title to Billy Joe Saunders, is yet another exciting storyline in a bumper month for Irish boxing fans.And with the arsenal he has at his disposal, Dunne is confident the 32-year-old has more than enough weaponry to still trouble just about any opponent.“Andy Lee, for me, is probably one of the most technically gifted boxers we’ve ever produced in this country.“He took his time winning a world title but I’m delighted he got it.“Anyone who gives him a bit of room to box, Andy will definitely give it a fair crack. I think Andy struggles when guys get right in his face and try to put him under pressure.“Technically Andy Lee is second to none. When he catches you with that right hook, or a big left hand, you’re going to know you’re being hit.” Katie Taylor in action against Viviene Obernauf. Source: James Crombie/INPHOKatie Taylor’s journey to the pro game is another one Dunne can’t help but feel attached to, especially with Brian Peters, the man who guided the Dubliner to his WBA super bantamweight title at The O2 nine years ago, calling the shots. However, having a star pupil such as Taylor certainly makes the task that bit easier.“Brian is now guiding Katie Taylor’s career and I think he’ll do a good job, I really do,” Dunne says ahead of the Bray woman’s third pro bout tonight.“He’s got a great talent to work with. She’s got an amazing work ethic and that’s what I love about her.She’s won so much but yet she still wants to get her ass out of bed in the morning and go training.“There’s no, ‘ah, I’ll take it easy today’. She’s still as driven as she’s always been.”Dunne is also as driven as he’s always been, juggling the second season of his ‘Mythical Heroes’ TV show with his boxing punditry commitments and his role as a performance coach with his beloved Dubs.The ‘Mythical Heroes’ project allows Dunne to blend his creative juices and his love for Irish language, history and folklore in one expressive pot, and the positive reception of the RTÉ show, the idea for which came from reading stories to his two children, is something which gives the ex-boxer great satisfaction.The GAA and his relationship with the best Gaelic football team in the country ties in nicely with that theme of cultural nationalism.All of those avenues are closely linked in fact, the opportunity to work with the Dubs coming about after his good friend Brian Gavin, brother of Jim and the man who taught Dunne to speak Irish, put him in touch with the bainisteoir.As well as being a dream job for a fan, Dunne finds it helps with the withdrawal symptoms from his glory days.“I never played GAA before in my life,” Dunne explains.“I loved the sport. It’s funny, I became really involved in watching it especially when I lived in the States. I suppose you become more Irish when you move away.When I came home I got involved in the Poc Fada, I went to all the games in Croke Park, be it hurling, football, camogie. Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHODunne admits that while boxing is still a central part of his life, it’s no longer the sole focus. The transition was tricky, he concedes, but he always looks back on his career [28-2, 15KOs], which ended in a resounding knockout defeat in the first defence of his world title, with that trademark grin, whether he’s remembering the highs or the lows.“I’ll always be Bernard Dunne the boxer but I have a different identity from that now.“And that’s a hard thing: a) to achieve but b) to accept, that you’re no longer Bernard Dunne the boxer.“I get when people have difficulties transitioning from the height of their sporting career to being a non-athlete. That’s difficult, that’s very difficult, even when you make the decision yourself.“I was the one who decided to retire, I wasn’t forced to retire, it was completely my own decision and even then it was difficult for me to handle.” “To now be on the inside of that circle and actually be working with a team is a dream come true.“It’s great because I would have been a fan of the boys and would have gone to watch them and they would have come to all my fights.“So I would have had a relationship with some of the players anyway, so to be a part of it now and to be actually walking out in Croke Park comes a close second to walking out at The O2 in front of thousands of your own fans.“I think it’s helped me [in retirement]. Plus nobody’s punching me in the face just yet.” Katie is becoming a star – but beware of cheap imitations, warns HearnGoodbye, my Coney Island baby as another high-profile runner is ruled out of Cheltenham Mar 4th 2017, 10:00 AM last_img read more

Tabac les patchs et gommes à la nicotine seraient inefficaces

first_imgTabac : les patchs et gommes à la nicotine seraient inefficacesSelon une récente étude américaine, les patchs et pâtes à mâcher à la nicotine seraient inefficaces pour aider les fumeurs à renoncer durablement à la cigarette.Alors que de nombreux pays multiplient les mesures anti-tabac pour inciter la population à arrêter de fumer, c’est une étude importante qui vient d’être publiée dans l’édition en ligne de la revue Tobacco Control. Celle-ci révèle que les patchs et pâtes à mâcher à la nicotine seraient inefficaces pour aider les fumeurs à renoncer durablement à la cigarette même quand ces thérapies sont combinées à des séances de soutien psychologique.”Cette recherche montre que ces substituts nicotiniques dont notamment le patch et la pâte à mâcher ne sont pas plus efficaces pour aider les gens à cesser de fumer sur le long terme que d’essayer seul sans ces traitements”, souligne Hillel Alpert, de la faculté de santé publique de l’Université de Harvard, principal auteur de l’étude. Pour arriver à une telle conclusion, les chercheurs ont étudié 787 fumeurs adultes dans le Massachusetts qui avaient récemment renoncé à la cigarette. Ils les ont suivis durant trois périodes : 2001-2002, 2003-2004 et 2005-2006. Les participants devaient indiquer les types de substituts nicotiniques utilisés : patch, pâte à mâcher, inhalateur ou spray nasal. Ils devaient aussi préciser si un médecin ou un autre expert les avaient épaulés dans leur effort pour se passer de la cigarette.Une solution contestable dans la lutte anti-tabacÀ lire aussiPourquoi prend-on du poids quand on arrête de fumer ?Les résultats de cette étude relayés par l’AFP sont sans appel : près d’un tiers de ceux qui avaient récemment arrêté de fumer ont repris la cigarette. Parmi ceux qui ont recommencé à fumer, les chercheurs n’ont trouvé aucune différence entre ceux qui avaient utilisé des substituts nicotiniques durant plus de six semaines et ceux qui n’avaient rien pris. De plus, ils n’ont constaté aucune différence entre les gros fumeurs et ceux fumant peu.Le Dr Alpert a ainsi estimé que recourir à des fonds publics pour fournir ces substituts nicotiniques à l’ensemble de la population est contestable surtout si cette approche se fait au détriment du financement de campagnes médiatiques anti-tabac et d’actions décourageant le tabagisme qui se sont avérées, par le passé, efficaces. Le 10 janvier 2012 à 12:04 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Weather Eye Average December continues holiday likely on dry side

first_img Saturday was rather a tranquil day with just clouds and no rain as of 4 p.m. but moisture had already reached the coast and was rapidly moving our way. I guess I would call it an “average” winter day wouldn’t you? The high temperature was 45 degrees and the morning low 36 degrees. Guess what? That is exactly our daily average for the date. We’ll frame that in our memory banks.Another weather fact for you: Can you believe that southern Clark County along the Columbia is in a severe drought category? Statistics released last week by government sources list us at a D2 drought status. Areas north of Salmon Creek are in a D1 classification which is moderate drought.You ask how could that be with what seems like many episodes of rain lately? The fact is as of 4 p.m. yesterday Vancouver had only 24.71 inches of rain since January 1. Normal would be 37.10 inches, so more than 12 inches below average.That wouldn’t be extremely bad except the past couple of years have been below normal as well. We all enjoy those warm sunny days but spring and fall should be more wet than dry, this year just the opposite. December rainfall so far as of Saturday here in Vancouver was just 3.02 inches, 1.50 inches below average.We get a little rain today, showers Monday, but Christmas should be on the dry side. The rest of the week we can expect light showers and next weekend is looking dry at this point. The Cascades get a good dump of snow this weekend and lower snow levels this week keep snow falling down to pass levels or lower. Good news we need each snowflake that falls. Patrick Timm is a local weather specialist. His column appears Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Reach him at http://patricktimm.com.last_img read more

Essar Oil plans to have 4300 petrol pumps across India by December

first_imgEssar Oil, an Indian oil refiner, is planning to double its petrol retail outlets to 4,300 over the next one and half years. The company has planned its retail outlet expansion, which would involve an initial investment of Rs. 2,500 crore by petrol pump owners.”We were the first private company to enter fuel retailing business when we in 2003 opened our first petrol station. We have 2,225 petrol pumps now, which we will increase to 4,300 in next 18 months,” Madhur Taneja, CEO Retail of Essar Oil was quoted as saying by Press Trust of India.Essar Oil has operations all across the country except for North East and Jammu & Kashmir.Essar had about 1,400 petrol pumps under its network until 2008-09 when the company froze its expansion plans due to its inability to compete with heavily subsided government owned oil firms. When the diesel prices were “deregulated” in 2014, the company re-started its expansion plans and has now crossed over 2,225 outlets.”We saw sales volume increase from 700,000 kilolitres in 2014-15 to 1.67 million kl in 2015-16 and we hope to continue to grow at over 100 percent this year as well against an industry growth of 7-7.5 percent,” Taneja told the agency.Since 2014, Essar Oil has been ramping up measures to increase the number of its retail outlets across the length and breadth of the country.[1 lakh = 100,000 | 1 crore = 10 million | 100 crore = 1 billion]last_img read more

DU students play it up for social causes

first_imgA country’s future lies in its youth. Taking the same ideology forward, Delhi University students took a small step towards social awakening.Ahead of Republic Day, students of various colleges of Delhi participated in a street play organised by a south Delhi mall. The play focused on social causes which are relevant in the India of today. The street play competition focused on multiple social subjects like child trafficking, animal cruelty, concerns in the Indian medical field, rising level of intolerance, population control and the like. The competition was held in the light of the recent happenings in the city.The participating colleges were Jesus and Mary College, Miranda House, Khalsa College, Gargi, Bhagat Singh, Moti Lal Nehru and Maharaja Agrasen. Miranda House college emerged as the winner in the competition whereas Maharaja Agrasen college and Gargi College were the first and second runners up, respectively.last_img read more

ScreenWings is an antiscreenshot tool

first_imgScreenWings is an anti-screenshot tool by Martin Brinkmann on October 17, 2016 in Software – 6 commentsScreenWings is a free anti-screenshot program for the Windows operating system that blocks screenshots from being taken properly on devices it is run on.Malware comes in many different forms: from ransomware that encrypts your files, over trojans that add your devices to a botnet, to outright destructive malware that deletes files without any gain whatsoever.There is malware that tries to steal information, and in this context specifically information that its operators can turn into money. This includes account data, banking information, credit card data, and any other data that is of value on the darknet.ScreenWingsScreenWings is a simple to use portable program for Windows that ships with only two buttons when you launch it. The first, the red x-icon, closes the program. The second, enables its anti-screenshot functionality. The button acts as a toggle for the anti-screenshot functionality that ScreenWings offer.What this means is that you need to enable it whenever you need it, and may disable it when you don’t.While you can still use the screenshot functionality of Windows or any third-party tool, you will notice that the program blackens the screen entirely once it recognizes a screenshot taking process.We tried a variety of programs, the snipping tool, print-key, and SnagIt, and the program managed to detect them all properly and protect the screen from being captured. This worked regardless of the selection mode (including fullscreen and auto-saving options).There is no guarantee obviously that ScreenWings will block any malicious process from capturing the screen but it seems to work well.The application supports multi-monitor setups which is another bonus.Closing WordsScreenWings is a simple program for Windows to block processes from taking screenshots while enabled. Since it is portable, it is probably best used in that context. You may copy it to a USB Flash Drive and run it on Windows PCs that you don’t have full control over for that extra bit of security.It is not really suitable for home use as there are better ways to protect your data from being leaked. This means proper security software for one that blocks malware before it has a chance to run and do harm.Also, and that is probably the main downside of ScreenWings, it is quite the memory eater. The program used 175 Megabyte while running on a Windows 10 machine.All in all, this may be an option if you have to work on public PCs or PCs that you don’t have full control over.Summary12345 Author Rating3.5 based on 3 votes Software Name ScreenWingsOperating System WindowsSoftware Category SecurityLanding Page http://www.hendrik-schiffer.com/screenwings.html Advertisementlast_img read more

Country singer Mickey Gilley injured in car accide

first_imgCountry singer Mickey Gilley injured in car accident by The Associated Press Posted Jan 4, 2018 3:20 pm PDT Last Updated Jan 5, 2018 at 6:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music artist Mickey Gilley and his son were injured in a car accident in Texas, but both are recovering after minor injuries.A statement from Gilley’s publicist on Thursday said the two were injured Wednesday when their car rolled over near Corrigan, Texas. The 81-year-old singer has a fractured ankle and fractured right shoulder and will reschedule his next concert scheduled for Greeneville, Texas, on Jan. 6.Gilley’s namesake Texas honky tonk club inspired the 1980 film “Urban Cowboy” and the resulting nationwide fad for Western-themed nightspots in the 1980s. He experienced his first success on the charts with “Room Full of Roses,” and his other hits included “Stand By Me,” ”Window Up Above” and the honky-tonk anthem “Don’t the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time.”last_img read more

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