Beijing: Ahead of the launch of its Note 8 series, Redmi has revealed that the ‘Note 8 Pro’ will come with liquid cooling feature. According to the manufacturer, the liquid cooling feature would keep the phone about 4-6 degrees cooler, enabling longer durations of gaming without a drop in performance, GSMArena reported on Friday. In addition, a Weibo post by MediaTek revealed that the upcoming ‘Note 8 Pro’ would ship with the new Helio G90T chipset. Also Read – Swiggy now in 500 Indian cities, targets 100 more this year The Chinese smartphone maker recently shared a poster giving a glimpse of the ‘Note 8 Pro’ that has three cameras aligned vertically on its back, with the fourth one placed on the right. The image further reveals that the upcoming Note 8 series would have a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a glass-sandwich design. Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is all set to unveil its new smartphones — ‘Note 8’ and ‘Note 8 Pro’ — and the Redmi TV, in China on August 29. The regular Redmi Note 8 phone is also expected to feature four camera sensors at the back.
Ghaziabad: Following the death of 34-year-old man who suffered a heart attack after an argument with traffic cop, Ghaziabad police have lodged an FIR against unidentified cop for death due to negligence at Indirapuram police station.The family members of deceased have alleged that the misbehaviour from the traffic cop led to their kin’s condition deteriorating and his subsequent death. Sudhir Kumar Singh, Senior Superintendent of Police, Ghaziabad has also set up an enquiry for the matter which will be headed by an officer of superintendent rank. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”Based on the complaint received from the family of deceased, a case under section 304-A (causing death due to negligence) has been registered against the unknown cop. The enquiry will be headed by SN Singh, SP traffic of Ghaziabad. We have also asked the family to come and identify the cop who was involved in the incident. Appropriate actions will be taken against him,” said Singh. According to police, Gaurav Sharma (34), who works in the sales department of a software company was stopped by a traffic policeman when he was travelling in his car along with elderly parents near CISF cut, on Sunday evening. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsSharma’s 65-year-old father Moolchand Sharma alleged that despite they were not disobeying any road traffic rule, the traffic police personnel, who was wearing white dress, banged a stick on their car’s body to stop them. The family further said that Sharma stepped out of the car questioning the policeman for his behaviour. However, he fell on the road during the altercation and the policemen present over there fled away instead of taking him to the hospital. The victim was taken to nearby Fortis Hospital in sector 62 where doctors declared him dead on arrival. The Noida police confirmed after the incident that it occurred in Ghaziabad. Senior police officials said that Gaurav was diabetic in nature which made him to suffer a cardiac arrest. However, the family has said that his latest reports that came in August were normal. Meanwhile, the family will go for identification parade of the cops deployed near the spot once they are back from Haridwar where they had gone to perform the last rites of their kin.
Advertisement Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany, Schitt’s Creek leads Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Daniel Levy, and Sons of Anarchy alumnus Kim Coates will be among the presenters at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards.Staged in Toronto on March 12, the awards honour the best in Canadian TV, film and digital media.This year’s host will be comedian and America’s Got Talent judge Howie Mandel. Facebook Login/Register With: Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Other presenters are set to include:Oscar-nominated director Atom Egoyan.CBC satirist Rick Mercer.Big Brother Canada host Arisa Cox.Kim’s Convenience co-stars Jean Yoon and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee.Comedian Sean Cullen.Actors Wendy Crewson, Catherine Reitman and Stephan James.Toronto singer Francesco Yates is lined up for a musical performance. The show will air on CBC-TV. Advertisement Advertisement
MONTREAL — The Greater Montreal Real Estate Board says home sales in the city for June were up one per cent compared with the same month last year, marking a record 40 consecutive months of rising home sales.The board says sales totalled 4,081 for the month, up from 4,055 in June 2017.The increase came as sales of single-family homes slipped about two per cent to 2,290 compared with 2,342 a year ago, while condominium sales increased seven per cent to 1,383 compared with 1,292.Sales of plexes, which include two to five units, fell three per cent to 404 compared with 415 in the same month last year.The median price of a single-family home edged up one per cent to $325,089 compared with $322,750 a year ago, while the median condominium price was $256,000, up from $255,000. The median plex price rose seven per cent to $507,000 compared with $475,000.The increase in sales came as the number of active home listings fell 17 per cent compared with a year ago to 22,333 compared with 26,866 in June last year.
A fire has claimed the life of a woman in Port Rowan.Emergency personnel responded to reports of a fire at a residence on Erie Avenue shortly after 3 p.m. Monday.Firefighters entered the building to extinguish the fire and found the deceased woman.The Ontario Fire Marshal’s Office has been called in to investigate the cause of the fire. They were expected at the scene on Monday.The residence is part of a 12-unit Erie Park Place housing complex.The Norfolk OPP Crime Unit is also investigating assisted by OPP forensic identification services.“It’s a terrible day in Norfolk County,” said Norfolk OPP Const. Ed Sanchuk. “We’ve lost a resident and community member.”
Coach registrations up 19.4 per cent in May, year-to-date market up 9.5 per centMay bus registrations down 33.1 per cent, year-to-date registrations fall 16.2 per centSMMT bus and coach registration figures for May 2004 show that coach registrations rose 19.4 per cent on the same month in 2003, building a 9.5 per cent rise for the year-to-date. The headline trend for bus registrations confirms industry expectations of falling demand.Year-to-date midi-bus registrations are up by 14 per cent. However, registrations of large single-deckers are down 28.9 per cent. Overall, the figures show a further slowing in the operating industry’s progress towards the target of achieving a 100 per cent wheelchair-accessible fleet. Over the year-to-date mini-buses to 3.5t gvw – which recently took 62 per cent of all bus registrations – have also suffered weaker demand with registrations falling 817 units to 2,699. Only the 3.5-8.5t gvw sector has shown consistent growth, with an increase of 172 units so far in 2004.In the first five months of 2004, the coach sector has seen growth in both lighter and heavier vehicles but this has now levelled off. The rolling year total for bus registrations to May was 11,554, compared to 12,428 at December, 2003. Corresponding totals for coaches are 1,086 and 1,033.This is issue five of a new press release, an aid to understanding the new bus and coach markets.DownloadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Coach registrations buck falling trend
Well before the season started, coach Thad Matta told Evan Turner that he wanted the junior to make the switch from small forward to point guard.The choice to put the ball in Turner’s hands proved to be a monumental decision, as the Buckeyes became Big Ten regular season champions and Turner and Matta both took home postseason honors.In the first of what will likely be many awards for the Ohio State junior, both the media and coaches selected Turner as the Big Ten Player of the Year Monday.“I think it’s a really big deal,” Turner said Monday night on a teleconference. “Most of my awards are state-wide but this is across the Midwest and is against some of the best talent in the country.”Matta was honored by the media as the conference Coach of the Year. Purdue’s Matt Painter earned the honor from the coaches.“We all love playing for [Matta},” Turner said. “He’s a player’s coach and we all have trust and faith in him.”Turner leads the conference with averages of 19.5 points and 9.4 rebounds per game. His 5.8 assists per game rank second in the Big Ten.The Chicago native started the season with a bang, recording just the second triple double in OSU history, with 14 points, 17 rebounds and 10 assists in a 100-60 victory over Alcorn State.Two weeks later, he stuffed another stat sheet, notching 16 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in an 84-64 win over Lipscomb.But the success came to an abrupt — albeit temporary — end. On a breakaway dunk in the early stages of a blowout victory Dec. 5 against Eastern Michigan, Turner fell to the floor, breaking a pair of vertebrae in his back.Doctors initially predicted that the injury would cost Turner eight weeks, but the resilient junior returned to the court after just five weeks of recovery.During his absence, the Buckeyes fell into the Big Ten cellar. OSU went 3-3 with Turner sidelined, plagued by an ineffective offense.But once the do-it-all guard returned to action, the Buckeyes surged through the home stretch of the season, winning 13 of their last 15 regular season games.With a 73-57 win Mar. 2 over Illinois, the Bucks clinched a share of the Big Ten title.Matta and Turner look to each other for the reasons behind the team’s success this year.“We’re really close. I really look at him for guidance,” Turner said. “He’s coached some great players and he’s taught me how to be a great player. He’s helped me grow up in a number of ways, and I’ll forever appreciate him for that.”Turner is the fifth player in OSU history to win the award. Jim Jackson took home the honor twice.Sophomore William Buford was named Third-Team All-Big Ten by both the coaches and media. Junior David Lighty was selected as a Third-Team All-Big Ten choice by the media and junior Dallas Lauderdale was named to the First-Team All-Big Ten Defensive Team by both the coaches and media.Ohio State earned the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament, and will play the winner of the Michigan-Iowa game at noon Friday in Indianapolis.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedFull investigation into Colombia aircraft, illegal airstrip discovery expected- HarmonAugust 15, 2017In “Crime”Illegal airstrip/aircraft: Suspect confesses to constructing airstripSeptember 10, 2017In “Crime”Lethem businessman in custody for illegal airstrip in Region 9August 28, 2017In “Crime” -Brazilian, Venezuelan IDs found onboardThe multi-taskforce investigative team, dispatched to investigate the circumstances leading to abandonment of an illegal twin engine Beechcraft aircraft on an illegal airstrip in Region 9 (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo), discovered identifying documents belonging to states of Brazil and Venezuela and are working to verify the authenticities of those. They are also in contact with regional and international counterparts to verify the origin of the aircraft.The seized twin engine Beechcraft aircraftOn Sunday, acting on information, a team from Police ‘F’ Division visited the area and discovered a 5,400-foot long; 45-foot wide airstrip that appeared to have undergone recent repairs. This strip had been discovered and destroyed by the GDF only a few years ago. The aircraft landed while the ranks were making their way back to the airstrip. They reported that they saw some persons running into the bush.Inside of the aircraftCrime Chief, Wendell Blanhum, told this publication they are trying to verify the origin of the aircraft and whether any criminal records are associated with the identifying documents found on the aircraft.Although initial reports stated that the illegal twin engine Beechcraft is of Colombian origin, new information has surfaced indicating that it is registered to Brazil’s third largest bank Banco Bradesco.However, the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority said that they have received this information and are working with their Brazilian counterparts to determine whether the plane is indeed registered in that country.The cockpit of the aircraftState Minister Joseph Harmon in a statement late Monday night, said that a team comprising of members from the Guyana Defence Force, the Police Force’s Criminal Investigations Department, the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit, the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) and other related agencies have been deployed to the area to conduct an initial investigation.Harmon noted that this initial assessment is an effort to gather evidence that will assist in the investigation into the circumstances, which led to the aircraft being abandoned on an illegal airstrip.Nevertheless, he noted that Government expects a full investigation into this serious national security issue.According to the ‘F’ Division Commander, Ravindradat Budhram, having received information from an unnamed source that the airstrip was being used, investigating ranks visited the site and were leaving the area when they observed an aircraft circling some distance away. The aircraft landed while the ranks were making their way back to the airstrip. They reported that they saw some persons running into the bush.Following the discovery of the plane, an extensive search was mounted by a Joint Services team for the men, who had been observed fleeing, and the search continues.Budhram noted that a search of the area unearthed three abandoned camps, in which canned food and other items were found. Additionally, 16 10-gallon containers, which are suspected to have contained aviation fuel, were also discovered. During the search of the aircraft, several pieces of communication equipment, including cellular phones, flashlights, a quantity of dried ration, medical supplies and an identification card were discovered.The government said that because of the vast land and airspace, Guyana is particularly vulnerable to transnational security threats and that they are working with both local and international partners to build capacity and strengthen security as it relates to monitoring the airspace and landmass.Meanwhile, investigations are ongoing, and the aircraft is said to have suffered some mechanical difficulties.The GCAA is working to repair that and have it flown to the city. (Lakhram Bhagirat)
Looking forward to hearing Thomas #Piketty speak tomorrow at the @TASCblog conference in Dublin. Excellent treatment by #rtept tonight— Dónall Geoghegan (@DonallGeoghegan) June 19, 2014 WITH ALL DUE respect to the ‘dismal science’, it’s not too often that you find an economist who gets people this excited.Later today, more than 600 people will cram into a sold-out event in Dublin to listen to what Thomas Piketty has to say. It comes just days after he had people queuing around the block in London to hang on his every word and bringing copies of his book to sign – something that has been happening in every city he has visited on his book tour. I am seeing Thomas Piketty speak tomorrow in Dublin!— Heber Rowan (@HeberRowan) June 19, 2014 Source: Dónall Geoghegan/Twitter Piketty is part of a new breed of academics who don’t just write about their research and then hand it over to policy exerts and politicians to actually implement ideas. Instead, in the same way that the authors of books like The Spirit Level were prescriptive about what needs to be done next, Piketty is strident about what capitalist economies should do.He recommends a global tax on money that people have inherited from their families, saying that there should be an 80% tax on incomes above $500,000, a 15% tax on capital, and enforced transparency for all bank transactions.Sound compelling? It’s definitely kicked off a lot of arguments. While some of the policies that he argues for – including the wealth tax – have already been brushed aside by the Irish government, he’s likely to have a lot to say about what could or should be done about inequality in Irish society.If you want to hang around outside – all the seats sold out ages ago – Piketty will be giving the keynote address at the annual conference of Tasc, the social policy think-tank, at the Croke Park conference centre later today, followed by a response from Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan and a discussion with the audience.FACTFILE Source: Paris School of EconomicsName: Thomas PikettyBorn: 7 May 1971 in Clichy in France.Job: Professor of Economics at the Paris School of EconomicsEducation: He has a Masters in mathematics from the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris and PhD in economics from the LSE and EHESS.Most likely to say: “The distribution of wealth is one of today’s most widely discussed and controversial issues. But what do we really know about its evolution over the long term?” (Capital, page 1).Least likely to say: “If you work hard, you’ll definitely be able to make lots and lots of money. Long live the American Dream”.Stay tuned later on when we’ll be covering Piketty’s speech at the Tasc conference and the response from Patrick Honohan. Read: Ireland is split between people who have good jobs – and people who don’t > The fact that rich kids can swan aimlessly from gap year to internship to a job at [their] father’s bank/ministry/TV network – while the poor kids sweat into their barista uniforms – is not an accident. It is the system working normally.Piketty’s neatly-researched and engagingly-written book has captured public attention and become a major talking point. Mason points out that much of the book is spent “marshalling the evidence that 21st-century capitalism is on a one-way journey towards inequality – unless we do something”. Source: Seth Anderson via Flickr/Creative CommonsOn the left, commentators love him for pointing out this inherent unfairness in modern capitalism. On the right, criticism has focused on his methodology and his conclusions.In a piece in the New York Times, Thomas B Edsall covered some of the criticisms, noting:It’s not only the right that is disturbed; there is also opposition among a number of progressive activists and liberal policy analysts who recognise the dangers Piketty’s analysis poses to their agenda. In the space of just a few months, Piketty has gone from working at his day job as a lecturer at the Paris School of Economics to the economics equivalent of a break-out star (it has already been described as ‘Piketty mania’ by the British media).So what happened? Piketty’s book, the deceptively-excitingly-titled Capital In the Twenty-First Century, is the 696-page tome which has been hovering around the top of bestseller lists since it was published earlier this year.In it, Piketty argues that inherited wealth is always going to grow faster than wealth that is earned through work. In other words, that inequality is a built-in part of capitalism and the richest people in the world – the top 1 per cent – are always going to keep getting richer.Or, as Channel 4 News journalist Paul Mason put it: Source: Heber Rowan/Twitter
In the run up to the launch of the iPhone 5 lots of rumors were flying around about the feature-set of the device. Most of them turned out to be true, with few surprises at the actual launch event. But some rumors were just totally ridiculous, like the suggestion Apple would be incorporating holographic projection and a laser keyboard in their new smartphone.We may have dismissed such features without a second thought, but Fox 5 did not. During a feature on how many people are lining up outside Apple Stores this week in order to get an iPhone 5 first, Fox decided to recap some of the cool features we can all expect to be using on the new Apple device.What followed was some well-made, yet completely fake video of an iPhone with a working laser keyboard and the ability to display holographic images in mid-air. The “sleeker” iPhone they held up was so thin it probably made Jony Ive a bit jealous if he was watching.The footage Fox used is actually a year old and the original video can be seen below:Someone at Fox 5 either has no idea about current technology and what a smartphone is capable of, or this was a joke that made it on to live television and the repercussions are now being felt. However, I’d like to think no one at Fox actually realized anything was wrong with this segment and pre-orders have been placed by staff working there because they want to play with lasers and watch holograms.
Nature never ceases to amaze: For its latest trick, researchers discovered a 99-million-year-old bird with toes longer than its lower legs.The feathered creature, preserved in amber, likely used its hyper-elongated third toe to hook food out of tree trunks.This is the first time such a foot structure—detailed in a paper published by the journal Current Biology—has been observed in birds, living or extinct.“I was very surprised when I saw the amber,” study author Lida Xing of the China University of Geosciences said in a statement. “It shows that ancient birds were way more diverse than we thought. They had evolved many different features to adapt to their environments.”Without removing the Cretaceous-era fossil from its casing, Xing & Co. scanned the amber with micro-CT and created a 3D reconstruction of the foot.It turns out the bird’s third toe, measuring 9.8 millimeters, is 41 percent longer than its second toe, and 20 percent longer than its tarsometatarsus—the bone in the lower leg of birds.The team compared those ratios with 20 other extinct fowl from the same period, as well as 62 living birds. None had a foot that resembles the just-named Elektorornis chenguangi.A nearly 100-million-year-old bird foot, featuring a very long toe preserved in amber (via Lida Xing/China University of Geosciences)The “amber bird” apparently belongs to a group of extinct creatures called Enantiornithes—once abundant during the Mesozoic era. It is thought that these birds became extinct along with the dinosaurs some 66 million years ago. They have no living descendants.Smaller than a sparrow, the Elektorornis likely spent most of its time in trees, as opposed to on the ground or in water.“Elongated toes are something you commonly see in arboreal animals because they need to be able to grip these branches and wrap their toes around them,” according to co-author Jingmai O’Connor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. “But this extreme difference in toe lengths, as far as we know, has never been seen before.”The fossilized tree resin in which the foot was protected comes from the Hukawng Valley in Myanmar. Xing obtained it from a local ambert trader.Scientists remain stumped as to why the amber bird evolved such an unusual feature. The only known animal with disproportionately long digits is the aye-aye—a lemur that uses long middle fingers to fish larvae and insects out of tree trunks. The team believes Elektorornis may have used its toe for the same purpose.“This is the best guess we have,” O’Connor said. “A lot of ancient birds were probably doing completely different things that living birds. This fossil exposes a different ecological niche that these early birds were experimenting [with] as they evolved.”Moving forward, researchers hopes to extract proteins and pigments from exposed features peeking out from the amber. Such data could help shine a light on the bird’s evolutionary adaptations.More on Geek.com:Orphaned Baby Bird Gets Solo Uber Ride to Utah Rehab Center‘Exotic’ Bird Turns Out to Be Curry-Covered SeagullSecret Chamber Discovered in Roman Emperor Nero’s Palace Egg Fossils Provide Glimpse Into Prehistoric ParentingBoy Uncovers Rare Woolly Mammoth Tooth Outside Ohio Resort Stay on target
England manager Gareth Southgate had his right shoulder dislocated while running on Wednesday.The squad had a scheduled day off from training and Southgate suffered the injury near England’s base in Repino. This is coming after Southgate celebrated acrobatically after Harry Kane sealed a 2-1 win over Tunisia in England’s opening World Cup game on Monday.“The doc has made it clear that punching the air is not an option,” said Southgate via BBC.“I might not be celebrating any goals as athletically in future,” he added.Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.Southgate, who is wearing a sling, was treated at a nearby hospital with the assistance of team doctor Rob Chakraverty.Southgate won the League Cup with both Aston Villa and Middlesbrough and captained Crystal Palace to win the First Division championship in 1993–94. He also played in the 2000 FA Cup Final for Villa and the 2006 UEFA Cup Final for Middlesbrough.Southgate made 57 appearances for the England national team between 1995 and 2004, featuring in the 1998 FIFA World Cup and both the 1996 and 2000 European Championships. His playing career ended in May 2006 at the age of 35, and after more than 500 league appearances.He served as manager of Middlesbrough from June 2006 until October 2009, then managed the England U21 team from 2013 to 2016, before becoming the England national team manager in 2016.
Local San Diego Girl Scouts hold Coat Drive for One Warm Coat Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Ginger Jeffries, October 6, 2018 Posted: October 6, 2018 Ginger Jeffries 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Girl Scouts in San Diego will be collecting coats and sweaters for the needy this autumn.Fariba Namvar and Girl Scout Troop 2126 visited the studio to talk about their upcoming drive and how you can help.Girl Scout Brownie Troop 2126 will be holding a Coat Drive again this year. Last year over 450 items were collected.As the weather becomes chillier and you bring out those coats, sweaters, jackets, scarves and hats, please hang on to those you no longer need or have grown out of, and drop them off at one of the following locations in October: Design 39 Campus (Welcome Center Oct. 1-19 & Kinder Loop Oct. 3-19); Ralphs 4S Commons (by front entrance Oct. 3-19); Starbucks Del Sur (by barista counter Oct. 3-19).Please click on One Warm Coat for more information.
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Authorities reached out to the public today for help in identifying and tracking down a man who held a knife to a woman’s throat while robbing her at the Fashion Valley mall, then drove off in her car.The 57-year-old victim was walking to her car around 1:45 p.m. Monday in a parking lot outside the JCPenney store on the west side of the Friars Road shopping center when the thief approached her from behind, put the blade of a knife to her neck and demanded her wallet and keys, according to San Diego police.After she complied with his demands, the thief drove off southbound on Fashion Valley Road in her 2017 Nissan Sentra, which has since been recovered, police said.Investigators released a composite sketch of the suspect, described as Hispanic, 30 to 35 years old, between 5 feet 8 and 5 feet 9 inches tall, with brown hair.Anyone with information about the suspect was urged to call the San Diego Police Department’s robbery unit at (619) 531-2299 or San Diego County Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477. Tipsters may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. KUSI Newsroom March 27, 2019 Posted: March 27, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News Police seek tips on man suspected of Fashion Valley Mall carjacking KUSI Newsroom, FacebookTwitter
o Each week, The Columbian offers a brief snapshot of an interesting Clark County business. Send ideas to Mary Ricks: via email; fax 360-735-4598; phone 360-735-4550.Business name: Focus North America Inc.Owners: Steve Palodichuk, Don Meacham and Mike Wiant.Address: 1005 W. Eighth St., Vancouver. The company also has an office in Kent.What the business does: Focus North America Transportation Inc. is an over-the-road trucking company that provides service in all 48 contiguous states, as well as several Canadian provinces. The company moves freight locally and globally. It works with a vast network of carrier partners that makes it possible to service customers in almost any market.Steps to build the business: The company’s owners are slowly but methodically expanding their fleet of trucks and trailers as well as other assets so they can continue to meet the demands of their customers. Focus North America also works with a growing number of experienced owner-operators to further expand its services.Greatest challenge: The company is challenged to find qualified drivers and those who meet governmental regulations. Another challenge, the owners say, is that ever-changing government requirements can make it difficult to stay on the cutting edge.What is your favorite part of the job: The owners enjoy working strategically and systematically to bring the freight and trucks together.
Visakhapatnam: It looks straight out of a movie scene when Inspector of Police, Cybercrime police station V Gopinath narrated how he and his team zeroed in on a spoofing case and arrested four youngsters all aged between 22 and 27 years. The team’s 45-day-long painstaking efforts yielded results. Thanks to their sleepless nights and never-say-die attitude, the team not only received accolades from various quarters for cracking the case but also stood first in the Award for Best Crime Detection (ABCD) presented to them by Director General of Police D Gautam Sawang at AP Police Headquarters. The award comprises a cash prize of Rs.1 lakh and a certificate. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us Recalling their triumph, Gopinath says that they could not think of anything else except focusing on finding the gang for over a month. “It was a tough case because the perpetrators made calls through Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) which made our job even more challenging. From tracing 75,000 mobile identification numbers to 8,719 tower IDs and 512 IP addresses, it was a time-consuming exercise for us to come down to four destination IPs through which we could inch closer to the scene of crime,” elaborates Gopinath. He says that unmasking the data shared by WhatsApp authorities took quite a while and analysing tower dump turned out to be a futile exercise in the process. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us The gang, headed by P Vishnu Murthy, a B Tech dropout, involved in making spoof calls to former MLAs, MPs and ministers and collecting amount, coordinating with the team include G Tarun Kumar, P Jaya Krishna and M Jagadish. The list of spoof calls made included PA to former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, PA to Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy. Interestingly, the crime occurred during the TDP regime but was cracked during the successor government. Advertise With Us Under the leadership of the former Commissioner of Police, Visakhapatnam Mahesh Chandra Laddha, the crime was busted with the support of Gopinath, SI N Ravi Kumar, police constables Satish Kumar and Murali and home guard Rambabu of the cyber crime police station. While the police of Central Crime Station, Vizianagaram grabbed the second prize in ABCD, the Railway Kodur police of Kadapa district stood third. The team not only received accolades from various quarters for cracking the case but also stood first in the Award for Best Crime Detection (ABCD) presented to them by Director General of Police D Gautam Sawang at AP Police Headquarters -Rani Devella
reutersZuckerberg rose to fame in the late 2000s after the launch of social networking platform Facebook. He asked to be paid $1 in 2013 saying that money is not his priority at Facebook.”I’ve made enough money. At this point, I’m just focused on making sure I do the most possible good with what I have. The main way I can help is through Facebook — giving people the power to share and connecting the world,” Zuckerberg was quoted as saying by CNBC. Larry Page (L) and Sergey Brin (R), the co-founders of Google, at a press event where Google and T-Mobile announced the first Android powered cellphone, the T-Mobile G1.James Leynse/Corbis via Getty ImagesThe trend everyone seems to follow is that they begin taking the $1 paycheck after they take the company public. This is also the case for Page and Brin who founded Alphabet, the parent company of Google. In 2004, they released the company’s IPO and it was then that they started taking $1 as their annual salary. On the other hand, as of October 2018, the duo together is worth a little over $100 billion.Elon Musk – CEO and founder of Telsa Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman speaks onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt at Pier 48 on September 9, 2014 in San Francisco, California. Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunchStoppleman, the CEO of Yelp took his first $1 paycheck in 2013. With his company public, he began to rake in millions in the form of stocks, and bonuses. As of November 2018, his net worth is $146 million.Donald Trump – United States President Co-CEO of Whole Foods Market John Mackey speaks onstage at Conscious Capitalism: Liberating The Heroic Spirit Of Business during the 2013 SXSW Music, Film Interactive Festival at Austin Convention Center on March 10, 2013 in Austin, Texas.Dustin Finkelstein/Getty Images for SXSWJohn Mackey, the CEO of Wholefoods, began taking his $1 paycheck since 2007. His current net worth is US$ 100 million. He was once quoted by the Wall Street Journal as saying that he does not see himself as noble of self-sacrificing for taking $1 but it is something he wants to do.Jack Dorsey – CEO and Co-founder of Twitter Jack DorseyReutersThe CEO and founder of Twitter is famous for not taking any salary. He instead gets his money through shares and stocks. Dorsey, who is also the CEO and founder of Square, takes $2.75 from it. As of January, his net worth is $5.5 billion.Mark Zuckerberg – CEO and co-founder of Facebook Elon Musk, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tesla Inc., speaks at an unveiling eventRobyn Beck-Pool/Getty ImagesElon Musk claims that he takes $1 as his annual salary. However, the California law does not let the state’s residents take a salary any less than the minimum wage. As of 2018, he took $37,000 paychecks but never cashed them. He takes compensation from Tesla of $20.3 million in the form of shares. His compensation package in October 2018 was $2.6 billion. In March, his net worth was $21.4 billion.Musk also is the CEO of SpaceX, Boring Company, Neuralink and is the co-founder of PayPal. He is touted as the wealthiest South African. Jeremy Stoppelman- CEO and Co-founder of Yelp U.S. President Donald Trump waves after speaking during the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership meeting at The Venetian Las Vegas on April 6, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Trump has cited his moving of the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and his decision to pull the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal as reasons for Jewish voters to leave the Democratic party and support him and the GOP instead.Ethan Miller/Getty ImagesDonald Trump, who was already a billionaire with his hotel chain before he took office as the United States President, had famously said that if he was elected, he would not take a salary higher than $1. According to CNBC, he donated his entire earnings to the National Park Service keeping nothing for himself.John Mackey – CEO and Co-founder of Wholefoods Evan SpiegelGetty ImagesCan you imagine that the world’s richest billionaires rake in an annual salary of $1? Unbelievable? Well, it is true.Many executives of big companies, especially in Silicon Valley, see it as a point of prestige to not take a large salary. Instead, their earnings come in the form of bonuses and other forms of compensation. According to American website The Motley Fool, the executives, whose net worth is in the billions, depend on the performance of their companies. Their compensation is directly connected to the company’s performance.Here is the list of billionaires CEO whose annual earning is $1 and in some cases, even less.Evan Spiegel – CEO and Co-founder of Snap Inc Evan Spiegel, Co-Founder and C.E.O., Snap Inc. speaks at the New York Times DealBook conference on November 1, 2018 in New York City.Stephanie Keith/Getty ImagesSpiegel, who earned worldwide fame with the Snapchat app, is the CEO of Snap Inc. He started taking his $1 paycheck in 2017 after the company released its IPO and the shares flew through the roof. In the year leading up to the company going public, Spiegel took a fat paycheck of $500,000. In addition to this, he also enjoyed $1 million in bonuses and perks amounting to $900,000. As of February, his net worth is $2.1 billion.Larry Page and Sergey Brin- Founders of Alphabet
vice-chancellor AkhtaruzzamanDhaka University vice-chancellor Akhtaruzzaman on Wednesday said the demand of students to go for fresh polls to Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) is not possible as there is no rule to this end, reports UNB.”Students came to my office with their demand. I listened to it But it’s not possible to meet their demand as there’s no rule or system in university regulations for fresh polls,” he said.The DU vice-chancellor was responding to queries from reporters in front of his office.On the election day, instant actions were taken in case of any irregularity, he said referring to the Kuwait Maitree Hall incident where stamped ballot papers were recovered before the voting started on 11 March.Earlier in the day, newly elected DUCSU vice president Nurul Haq Nur demanded fresh election by 31 March.Besides, members of various panels, who boycotted Monday’s DUCSU elections, have given the authorities three days to announce fresh polls schedule and submitted a memorandum to the VC office in this regard.
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Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more July 31, 2017 — GE Healthcare announced that it has licensed computed tomography (CT) organ dosimetry technology developed at Duke University. The technology enables automatic calculation of organ dose, helping the clinician to better estimate the radiation exposure to the patient. The automatic calculation reduces the time needed to perform assessments for large numbers of patients, enabling epidemiologic and dose trend analysis studies. “This technology assesses organ doses in patients undergoing CT in an examination-specific manner, where granular dose estimates are precisely informed by the patient anatomy and the exact irradiation condition,” said Ehsan Samei, a professor of radiology, physics and biomedical engineering at Duke, who led development of the tool. “The technology includes a realistic estimation of variability associated with the dose estimates, raising the confidence in the reported values.”The technology will be incorporated into an organ dose module within GE’s DoseWatch, a digital informatics solution that automatically collects, monitors and reports on radiation dose indices for diagnostic imaging exams. DoseWatch is used by healthcare providers around the world to reduce variation in practice, help ensure patient safety, and drive compliance with government regulations and accreditation requirements. DoseWatch will provide the CT study acquisition information for the organ dose calculation, as well as the machine-learning technology to accurately match a patient with his or her electronic counterpart.Duke’s technology employs a unique convolution-based approach to organ dose and leverages the XCAT phantom library, a collection of more than 400 highly detailed computational phantoms for adult men, women, pediatric and pregnant patients. The XCAT library is referenced in over 100 peer-reviewed articles.Duke has published previously on the convolution-based estimation of organ dose. GE and Duke presented jointly at the 2016 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting on a generalized framework for organ dose monitoring for CT.For more information: www.gehealthcare.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Related Content News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. 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Showing another face of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has launched its latest campaign – Hong Kong’s Great Outdoors – aimed at encouraging Aussies to don their active gear and set out to explore a more organic side of the city, one that is far removed from its buzzing urban centre.HKTB regional director Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific, Andrew Clark said Aussies have always held a strong affection for Hong Kong but they often get caught up in the buzz and don’t explore beyond the central areas. “We really wanted to show how much more there is on offer in Hong Kong and also how easy it is to reach. Just a taxi or MTR ride away, the green rolling hills, quaint beaches and scenic villages quickly replace the bustling urban areas. It’s a great day out for couples, friends or families.”To show visitors just what they are missing out on, the HKTB has recruited a handful of local photographers, including: Landscape photographer and a Hong Kong National Geographic 2013 photography winner, Will ChoVeteran outdoor sports photographer, Elvis MoNature Conservancy 2017 photography winner, Jessica LiRenowned photographer, Romain Jacquet Lagreze, best-known for his “Vertical Horizon” photo series, showcasing the geometric lines of Hong Kong… to capture Hong Kong’s off-the-radar landscapes through the lens. The results are featured in HKTB’s newly published guidebook “Your Guide to Hiking & Cycling in Hong Kong”. The guidebook is available from visitor centres around the city, or as an e-version, and is divided into three different themes: Hiking in Heritage; Picture-Perfect Vistas; and Geological Wonders, with each section detailing suggested trails, along with the estimated time required and difficulty levels. Visitors are free to escape the hustle and bustle of the city at their own leisure and discover the surrounding beauty whether it be spectacular cityscapes; remote beaches; rustic villages; serene islands; or historical and cultural landmarks. The guidebook also features cycling trails for those who are keen to explore at a slightly faster speed. cyclinghikingHong Kongoutdoorphotography