No construction allowed in 300metre zone of Sultanpur Bird sanctuary

first_imgGurugram: In order to preserve the biological ecosystem at Sultanpur bird sanctuary, a framework will be again revised by the South Haryana forest division. Under this policy now, there will be no construction up to 300 metres of the bird sanctuary. There is also a provision of now having a high tension wire around 500 metres around the park. It has also been decided that at a distance of one to three kilometres there will be no commercial establishments that will be situated at the park. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsSet up in 1972 it is the only location in Haryana where a large number of foreign and domestic birds come and breed, the sanctuary was declared as a national park in 1991. Real estate development and rapid urbanisations have resulted either converted into the area for commercial usage. Has also had an adverse impact. Earlier as per the government guidelines, there were no constructions to be allowed in the range of five kilometres however now it has been reduced to 300 meters. What has made the matter worse is a large number of illegal colonies that have sprouted around the area. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderChallenges however galore for the bird sanctuary as the water levels in the bird park is receding at a fast pace. To increase the water levels there are now plans by the authorities to divert the water that goes to the Yamuna from the city towards Sultanpur. To gauge the amount of water flowing through the Yamuna, a survey by the Gurugram metropolitan development authority (GMDA) found that over six crore litres of sewage water flow daily from Gurugram to the river. Even as there are plans to build a sewage water treatment plant at Daultabad there is no clear deadline that when will this plant be operational. The low levels of water are resulting in less number of birds coming to the park.last_img read more

Provinces feeling left out of child welfare reform Saskatchewan minister

first_imgThe Canadian Press SASKATOON — Saskatchewan’s Minister of Social Services says he and his provincial and territorial counterparts are feeling left out of Ottawa’s plan to reform child welfare.Paul Merriman and other social services ministers met in Saskatoon this week to discuss Bill C-92, legislation aimed at reducing the over-representation of Indigenous children in foster care.Merriman says it’s concerning they were unable to speak directly with federal Minister of Indigenous Services Seamus O’Regan without representatives from national Indigenous organizations in the room.Merriman says he is concerned about the implementation of the legislation, as well as its timing and what funding will be attached.He believes there are many unknowns, such as what will happen to the province’s existing agreements with First Nations that are delivering child and family services.Merriman says when it comes to the bill, Ottawa is focusing on what’s gone wrong with provincial child welfare, like the Sixties Scoop, and not factoring in improvements made since.The Federation of Soverign Indigenous Nations has called Saskatchewan’s child care situation a crisis.last_img read more

Some First Nations could quit AFN in wake of Atleo victory Nelson

first_imgAPTN National NewsTORONTO–Up to 10 First Nations could pull away from the Assembly of First Nation as a result of Shawn Atleo’s expected national chief election victory, says Terry Nelson, a former Ojibway chief and candidate who withdrew from the race after the second ballot.Nelson said there is a handful of chiefs who truly believe that the AFN is “assimilationist” and don’t want to be part of the organization under Atleo’s leadership.“Some of the chiefs are going to be pretty clear that the AFN is assimilationist as far as they are concerned and they are saying that some of them will be pulling out and some announcements are going to be made this week,” said Nelson.Nelson said he had heard up to 10 First Nations, primarily in the prairies, could pull away.Nelson withdrew from the race after getting only 25 votes on the second ballot, down from the 35 he received after the first round of voting.Atleo missed re-election by three votes after getting 318 votes after the second ballot, shy of the magic number of 321 he needed to get the 60 per cent necessary to claim victory.Nelson threw his support behind Mi’kmaq lawyer and Ryerson professor Pam Palmater who ran second behind Atleo on both ballots, getting 95 and 107 votes.Nelson said it’s “mathematically impossible” to beat Atleo at this point.“It’s a lost vote,” said Nelson. “The government has to understand there is a lot of anger and frustration and the election was about the anger people are feeling and frustration.”Still, Palmater’s team was clawing for every last vote.“It’s three votes away but never say die,” said a Palmater campaign official.Palmater managed to land the endorsement of Mohawk activist Ellen Gabriel after she dropped off following the second ballot, getting 17 votes.Palmater’s campaign was also hoping to woo former Treaty 3 grand chief Diane Kelly’s endorsement.Kelly, however, decided not to back anyone. She called it quits after the second ballot after seeing her vote total drop to 34 on the second ballot from 39 she got in the first round of voting.Dene Nation National Chief Bill Erasmus is still in the race, after seeing his vote total rise to 34 on the second ballot from 29 on the first.Little Black Bear First Nation Chief Perry Bellegarde said it was time for all Atleo’s opponents to fold their campaigns. Bellegarde battled Atleo over eight ballots in 2009.“Now it’s on the third ballot, it’s very close. I think a lot of our chiefs are saying it’s only three votes away from the 60 per cent…I think we should mandate the national chief, let’s close our circle back and get united,” said Bellegard, who is in the running to lead the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations. “To me it’s almost inevitable now with only three votes away. Our national chief will be Shawn Atleo. The candidates hanging on are very principled…but at some point there is a point and we are probably at that point.”Responding to Nelson’s statement that some communities were considering pulling out of the AFN, Bellegarde said it would be better if First Nations all pulled together.“To me you try to find processes that unite our people rather than divide and there is more common ground that brings us together than divide us,” he said. “If people want to assert their jurisdiction and sovereignty as a First Nations community and pull out of the AFN, that is their right.”last_img read more

Only 2% automotive firms in India implementing AI

first_imgMumbai: Just two per cent of major automotive companies in India are implementing artificial intelligence (AI) projects compared with 25 per cent in the US and 9 per cent in China, according to the French technology services major Capgemini. Globally, just 10 per cent of major automotive companies are implementing AI projects, with many falling short of an opportunity that could increase operating profit by up to 16 per cent, said the report. Since 2017, the number of automotive companies that have successfully scaled up AI implementation has increased only marginally, from 7 per cent to 10 per cent. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalHowever, more significant has been the increase in companies not using AI, from 26 per cent to 39 per cent, the findings showed. According to the report from the Capgemini Research Institute, just 26 per cent of companies are now piloting AI projects, down from 41 per cent in 2017. “These findings show the progress of AI in the automotive industry has hit a speedbump,” said Markus Winkler, Executive Vice-President, Global Head of Automotive at Capgemini. “While some companies are enjoying considerable success, others have struggled to focus on the most effective use cases, vehicle manufacturers need to start seeing AI not as a standalone opportunity, but as a strategic capability required to shape the future which they must organise investment, talent and governance around,” Winkler said.last_img read more

Modi biopic: SC asks EC to watch movie, take call

first_imgNew Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Election Commission to watch the movie “PM Narendra Modi” and then take a call on its screening. Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi, arguing for the producer, said that the Election Commission took a cue from the apex court’s order and curbed its release without even watching the movie. The matter was adjourned to be taken up on a later date.last_img

Moroccan Real Madrid Fans to Display Giant Tifo in Bernabeu Stadium

Rabat – The association of Moroccan fans of Real Madrid, known as Pena Casa Madridista, has been invited to the Spanish capital to attend a Real Madrid match during which a giant Tifo will be displayed.The Tifo will be displayed by the Moroccan fans of Real Madrid during the Whites’ La Liga fixture against Malaga on September 29th at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.Speaking to Huffpost Maroc, Adnan Saiti, a member of the Pena Casa Madridista, said that “this invitation of Real Madrid is recognition of our efforts as supporters because we are the largest group of Real Madrid fans outside Spain.” “We had already displayed a Tifo last season which included the flag of Morocco and logo of our association of supporters,” Saiti added.Last season, the group of supporters unveiled a spectacular Tifo during a match that pitted Real Madrid against Malaga in the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.The Tifo conveyed a message of peace and union between Morocco and Spain through a handshake with the logo of the Spanish club in the background.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission. read more

UN warns of risk of African swine fever in Caucasus region

Following the first-ever detection of African swine fever (ASF)in Ukraine, the United Nations is warning that while control measures appear to have temporarily halted the disease’s spread, it has established a firm foothold in the Caucasus and poses an ongoing risk to neighbouring areas. “National and local authorities in the entire region should scale up their prevention measures and be ready to respond in case of further outbreaks,” the UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Chief Veterinary Officer, Juan Lubroth, said in a news release. “This could be the first of more outbreaks to come, according to our disease analyses.”In addition to some other parts of Ukraine, nearby countries like Moldova, Kazakhstan and Latvia – which have large pig populations raised on household or family farms, and oftentimes weak bio-security protocols – are also now at high risk of the disease’s introduction, according to FAO. ASF does not affect humans, but mortalities in domestic pigs can be extremely high. In 2011, up to 300,000 pigs died or were culled as a result of ASF outbreaks in the Russian Federation, incurring an estimated $240 million in economic losses.Mr. Lubroth noted that Ukraine has responded quickly, implementing sanitary measures, destroying affected pigs and imposing a quarantine zone around the village where the outbreaks occurred. Most importantly, he added, Ukraine has paid farmers compensation for pigs that were slaughtered and properly disposed of, so that poor families that depend on pig-raising for food and income are not left ruined by the loss of their pigs. All countries at risk should stand ready to detect any ASF outbreaks as soon as they occur and respond in a similarly proactive fashion, according to FAO. Prior to being introduced to the Caucasus in 2007, ASF had been confined for several decades to the African continent and the Italian island of Sardinia. Today, however, it is considered endemic in parts of the Russian Federation and some countries in the Caucasus region, including Georgia and Armenia. read more

Ohio State womens soccer uses late goal to top Purdue 32

The OSU women’s soccer team participates in ‘Carmen Ohio’ following a 3-2 win over Purdue on Oct. 8 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.Credit: Anbo Yao / Lantern photographerThe Ohio State women’s soccer team (7-3-3, 2-2-2) tallied its first victory since Sept. 25 on Thursday evening after the Buckeyes topped the Purdue Boilermakers 3-2. The Buckeyes were first to score when sophomore forward Sammy Edwards finished from 10 yards in the center of the box off an assist from junior forward Lindsay Agnew in just the third minute of play. OSU came out of the gates with a lot of energy, evident by the quick score. “I think we know we are in a tough spot in the standings right now, so we needed to come out this weekend and get two wins,” junior forward Nichelle Prince said. “So today was the first day of that and we just really bought it and everyone was on their game today.”OSU maintained its lead for the next 10 minutes before the Boilermakers leveled the match on sophomore midfielder/forward Erika Arkans’ shot from 10 yards out. The half continued with back and forth play with multiple opportunities for both teams to score. OSU coach Lori Walker said she was pleased with the improvements her team made to find success in Thursday’s matchup. “I’m really proud of the effort that they put in tonight, and it’s something that we’ve really been asking them to raise every single game, every day,” Walker said. “We’ve tried to make practices as enjoyable as possible the last week and a half, and I really think that it really started to show today.”Senior captain midfielder Michela Paradiso scored the Buckeyes’ next goal in the 34th minute, her second goal of the season.The Scarlet and Gray headed into halftime leading the Boilermakers 2-1, while also holding an 8-5 advantage in shots, including 5-1 on goal. While holding the edge, the Buckeyes knew at halftime that the game was far from over. “It’s a 90-minute game. Forty-five minutes we have given our heart and our soul, but we’ve got to come out and do that again,” Walker said. “We haven’t really done that; this is one of the first games I feel like we’ve put all the pieces together over the 90 minutes.”Prince played an aggressive and dominant game, which earned her effusive praise from Walker.  “She has so many just special, God-given talents, and what we really try to do is encourage her to utilize them,” Walker said. “Just seeing her with a smile on her face because she’s back at her full pace, if you will, I was just really pleased with what she has been giving our team.” The Boilermakers tied the game in the 61st minute when junior forward Maddy Williams shot from 20 yards out, deflecting off the hand of OSU freshman goalkeeper Devon Kerr and into the back of the net. Prince said this was the Buckeyes’ time to show what they’re made of. “It’s hard when you’re under pressure. You can either crack or step up to the plate, and I think that’s what we did,” Prince said. “We came to play today and we weren’t afraid. We just played our game and came out really hard.”Despite giving up the tying goal, OSU did not back down. In the 67th minute, sophomore midfielder Nikki Walts netted her fourth goal of the season after she curled a shot from 25 yards inside the right post to give the Buckeyes the lead.With the lead in hand, OSU continued to bring pressure and intensity until the very end. “We challenged them and basically tried to treat this like a championship game,” Walker said. “This game really matters, not that any other game doesn’t matter, but this one was a critical one.”The Buckeyes will look to continue their winning ways on Sunday, as they are set to play host to the Maryland Terrapins at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. read more

TCIG not Asking Haiti for Repatriation Fee

first_img Bi-lateral talks with Bahamas to resume, UK gives green light to high-level TCI delegation Hospital overflowing, chaos, damage and dead bodies in Gros-Morne Haiti Recommended for you Related Items:governor peter beckingham, haiti, illegal migrants, immigration, repatriation, turks & caicos islands TCI on Alert as riots rage in Haiti, two-year president asked to resign Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 08 Oct 2014 – The Turks and Caicos is not asking the Haitian government to pay for repatriations of its migrants trying to arrive illegally in the country … the Governor confirmed this in our one on one Monday. HE Peter Beckingham said that Memorandum of Understanding which still waits to be formalized between the two countries is more focused on discouraging the voyages in the first place. It’s the first insight we have had into what the document actually contains as Governor Beckingham gave media private interviews as he marks one year in office. HE said the plan is to get Haiti to discourage the journey. We asked about the Premier’s idea for drones. We asked for an update on the potential for greater sharing of human and sea craft resources between the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos. last_img read more

Timbers fall to Galaxy 30

first_imgCARSON, Calif. — Landon Donovan scored his first two goals of the season and added an assist to help the Los Angeles Galaxy beat the Portland Timbers 3-0 on Saturday night in Major League Soccer.Donovan returned to the lineup following a three-game absence because of a knee injury.Chad Barrett had a goal and an assist for Los Angeles. The Galaxy (4-1-3) have won two straight and are unbeaten in their last five games.The Galaxy scored twice in the first 8 minutes. Donovan fed Barrett in the fourth minute, then converted a penalty kick moments later. Donovan finished a header from close range in the second half.The Timbers (2-3-1) snapped a two-game winning streak and remain winless in four road games.last_img read more

Series of Indictments Stemming From Anchorage Area Car Thefts

first_imgNavy Tauinaola, 35, is currently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm on three different occasions. Tauinaola has prior felony convictions for failure to stop at direction of officer and a felony DUI, and has additional state charges pending for vehicle theft. Story as aired: Audio PlayerChief-Doll-on-APD.mp3VmChief-Doll-on-APD.mp300:00RPd Cody Iverson, 23, is currently charged with being a felon possession of a firearm. Iverson has a prior felony conviction for robbery, and has additional state charges pending for robbery and theft. In addition, Roy Naughton, 39, of Anchorage, was indicted in December 2017 on federal carjacking charges. If convicted, Naughton faces a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison, a $250,000 fine, and five years of supervised release. Jesse Contreras, 24, is currently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm on two different occasions. Contreras was stopped by APD while in a stolen vehicle, and has prior state felony convictions for coercion and assault. Tony Tuaato, 23, is currently charged with being felon in possession of a firearm and possession of an unregistered firearm. When Tuaato was stopped, APD recovered a sawed off shotgun. Tuaato has prior felony convictions for vehicle theft and unlawful taking or driving of vehicle, and has additional state charges pending for attempted murder. If convicted, they each face a maximum sentence of ten years in prison, a $250,000 fine, and three years of supervised release. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder held a press conference yesterday afternoon to announce that a federal grand jury in Anchorage has returned a series of indictments over the last few months charging individuals for various alleged firearms offenses arising from a number of vehicle thefts investigated by the Anchorage Police Department (APD). Jarsis Howard, 40, is currently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Howard has prior felony convictions for misconduct involving a controlled substance, theft, and failure to register as a sex offender, among other offenses. Howard has additional state charges pending against him for vehicle theft and failure to register as a sex offender. According to a press release from the U.S. District Attorney’s office, in the past few months, federal guncharges have been filed against 10 individuals, all of whom reside in Anchorage, in connection with anumber of stolen vehicle investigations: APD Chief Justin Doll answered questions during the press conference about the work that Anchorage Police has put into reducing high crime offenses. Timothy Fyffe, 35, is currently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Fyffe has a previous vehicle theft conviction with the state of Alaska, and has additional state charges pending for theft and vehicle theft. Christopher Curtin, 30, is currently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Curtin had burglar and auto theft tools in a vehicle, and has a prior state felony conviction for misconduct involving a controlled substance. Doll: “There were over 500 arrests made last year for vehicle theft, and in all of those we’re looking at other extenuating factors like is there a firearm involved,  are there other felonies that have been committed at the same time.” Antoni Peralta, 31, is currently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Peralta has prior felony convictions for vehicle theft and robbery. Poly Lomu, 21, is currently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Lomu has prior felony convictions for theft and vehicle theft, and has additional state charges pending for vehicle theft. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Alaska and its law enforcement partners have combined resources to address Anchorage’s car theft problem. Todd Margerum, 47, is currently charged for being a drug user in possession of a firearm, and for possession of a stolen firearm. Margerum was stopped in a stolen vehicle and has additional state charges pending for vehicle theft. Each of these cases have been investigated by APD’s Property Crime Unit, with the cooperation and assistance from the Alaska Department of Law, FBI and ATF. Schroder: “Our part of the case is charged separately and prosecuted separately from the state charges.  So, any state charges will still be ongoing, prosecuted by the DA’s office, and then our charges will go separately.” last_img read more

BTS DNA Video Tells 7 Members Stories With Color

first_img Demi Lovato On Renewed Faith In Music, New Album Interview: Miley Cyrus On Younger Now, Dolly Duet Whose Stories Does The BTS “DNA” Video Tell? bts-dna-video-tells-7-members-stories-color Bebe RexhaPhoto: Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images Fall Out Boy: Evolution Of Rock And Roll Email PJ MortonPhoto: Patrick Melon Beyond psychedelic, the K-pop pioneers’ visual storytelling is based on bandmates’ identities, preferences and stylesPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Oct 3, 2017 – 3:38 pm K-pop band BTS released their fifth EP, Love Yourself ‘Her,’ a few weeks ago and its track “DNA” is visually intravenous, as intended, as is its dancing, colorful graphic storytelling, and chart performance. Inviting comparison with Psy and Wonder Girls, “DNA” and BTS have broken into the mainstream. Twitter Gary Clark Jr. On Clapton, Prince & Cars 21 Savage On Jay-Z’s Ability To Stay Relevant PJ MortonPhoto: Patrick Melon BTS “DNA” Video Tells 7 Members’ Stories With Color More Interviews Dirty Heads Dish On ‘Swim Team’ PJ Morton Dishes On His Love For New Orleans Bebe Rexha: ‘All Your Fault,’ Collabs And Cardi B 21 Savage On Jay-Z’s Ability To Stay Relevant Miley CyrusPhoto: Liam Hensworth Fifth Harmony: Biggest Girl Group In A Generation? Portugal. The Man Talk ‘Woodstock’ Camila CabelloPhoto: Denise Truscello/BBMA2017/Getty Images Interview: Noah Cyrus on ‘NC-17,’ Katy Perry PJ MortonPhoto: Patrick Melon Drake Bell Drake Bell Camila CabelloPhoto: Denise Truscello/BBMA2017/Getty Images Camila CabelloPhoto: Denise Truscello/BBMA2017/Getty Images Fall Out Boy: Evolution Of Rock And Roll Bebe RexhaPhoto: Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images Bebe Rexha: ‘All Your Fault,’ Collabs And Cardi B Niall Horan on “Seeing Blind” With Maren Morris Interview: Miley Cyrus On Younger Now, Dolly Duet Miley CyrusPhoto: Liam Hensworth Fifth Harmony: Biggest Girl Group In A Generation? Portugal. The Man Talk ‘Woodstock’ News MUNA Talk Emotional Pull Of “I Know A Place” Niall Horan on “Seeing Blind” With Maren Morriscenter_img PJ Morton Dishes On His Love For New Orleans Camila Cabello On Healing, Michael Jackson & Love Interview: Noah Cyrus on ‘NC-17,’ Katy Perry Interview: Miley Cyrus On Younger Now, Dolly Duet Interview: Drake Bell On ‘Honest,’ Beatles & TV Gary Clark Jr.Photo: Joey Martinez MUNA Talk Emotional Pull Of “I Know A Place” Gary Clark Jr. On Clapton, Prince & Cars Bebe RexhaPhoto: Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images Interview: Drake Bell On ‘Honest,’ Beatles & TV Bebe Rexha: ‘All Your Fault,’ Collabs And Cardi B PJ Morton: ‘Gumbo,’ Maroon 5, SZA & New Orleans Portugal. The Man Talk ‘Woodstock’ PJ Morton: ‘Gumbo,’ Maroon 5, SZA & New Orleans Fall Out Boy: Evolution Of Rock And Roll Demi Lovato On Renewed Faith In Music, New Album Gary Clark Jr.Photo: Joey Martinez Facebook Miley CyrusPhoto: Liam Hensworth Niall Horan on “Seeing Blind” With Maren Morris MUNA Talk Emotional Pull Of “I Know A Place” PJ Morton Dishes On His Love For New Orleans Demi Lovato On Renewed Faith In Music, New Album Fifth Harmony: Biggest Girl Group In A Generation? Camila Cabello On Healing, Michael Jackson & Love Prev Next Drake Bell Gary Clark Jr. On Clapton, Prince & Cars Gary Clark Jr.Photo: Joey Martinez PJ Morton: ‘Gumbo,’ Maroon 5, SZA & New Orleans Dirty Heads Dish On ‘Swim Team’ Interview: Drake Bell On ‘Honest,’ Beatles & TV Dirty Heads Dish On ‘Swim Team’ 21 Savage On Jay-Z’s Ability To Stay Relevant Camila Cabello On Healing, Michael Jackson & Love Interview: Noah Cyrus on ‘NC-17,’ Katy Perry The “DNA” YouTube video was published Sept. 18 and currently has more than 80 million views.From No. 85 on the week published Oct. 7, the BTS hit jumped to No. 67 for the Oct. 14 published period. “DNA” is now the highest-charting Billboard Hot 100 title by a K-pop artist or band. In 2009 Wonder Girls reached No. 76 with “Nobody.”Big Hit Entertainment, the group’s creative team, explained to Billboard how catering to the individuality of the band’s seven members helps them express unique stories, using their personal style and flair. This binds the group together while representing BTS as an epic cooperation between diverse and energetic young men, full of passion in song. With this powerful combination, there’s no telling how high up the charts BTS will go.Miles Davis In DNA: Music Preservation With A TwistRead morelast_img read more

Battlefield 4 multiplayer will have dynamic battlefields Dice calls Levo

first_imgMultiplayer, online first-person shooters have a very well established set of basic gameplay rules. You either play alone or in teams killing opponents and carrying out the odd task like defusing a bomb. For next-gen platforms, we’re going to get more of the same from games carrying the Battlefield and Call of Duty names, as well as from new entrant Titanfall.But EA and Dice are trying to infuse something new into Battlefield 4 in the form of a new layer of dynamically changing play areas. It’s being called Levolution, and while the name may sound ridiculous, the features it introduces promise to offer something new to the gameplay.Levolution can be split into two distinct parts. The first is interactive environments that can change based on the actions of each player. For example, blowing up a section of a building to create a new path, permanently blocking a road from use by vehicles, or embarrassing another player by trapping before killing them. That interaction with the environment also extends to giving yourself away, though. Cars have alarms that can go off if you bump them, buildings may have metal detectors your weapons will set off. When they do, your enemy knows where you are.The second part is ambient changes, which the player doesn’t control. This can be as simple as changing from day to night, or the weather shifting from bright sunlight to heavy rain. In each case the environments will be effected, visibility will change, even footfall will be more or less noticeable.At the other end of the spectrum, disaster can strike. Dice intends to flood whole cities, set buildings on fire, and basically cause havoc on a map while it’s in play. It’s enough to shift the balance of power from one team to another depending on how each handles the changing situation.How well this new layer of interaction works won’t be known until players have logged thousands of hours in each of the new maps. But one thing is for sure, understanding each environment is going to be that much harder than before because it can change at any time.last_img read more

Mexican troops face civilian trial for 22 deaths

first_imgSeven Mexican soldiers being held in the June killings of 22 suspected criminals will be tried by a civilian judge, three of them for homicide, federal justice officials said Sunday.The troops were ordered arrested Friday by a Mexico state judge for dereliction of duty in the June 30 incident.Three of them are charged with aggravated homicide, and one of them with allowing a crime to take place. For now, the soldiers are jailed in a military detention center. In September, a witness said the gun battle itself had left only one dead, and the other 21 were killed in cold blood by the soldiers — including her 15-year-old daughter.The case adds to the shock surrounding a more recent case of 43 students who went missing in the southern town of Iguala in late September. They were allegedly taken away and killed by police linked to a drug cartel.If confirmed, the incident would mark one of the worst horrors in a drug war that has left more than 80,000 people dead since the conflict ramped up in 2006.last_img read more

Mamata congratulates the new CJI

first_imgKolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday congratulated Justice Ranjan Gogoi on being sworn in as the 46th chief justice of India. “My humble congratulations and best wishes to the 46th Chief Justice of India, Hon’ble Justice Ranjan Gogoi, on assuming office. We are all very proud of you,” Banerjee wrote on her Twitter handle today. Justice Gogoi, who took the oath in English in the name of god, will have a tenure of a little over 13 months and will retire on November 17, 2019. He succeeds Justice Dipak Misra who retired Tuesday on attaining 65 years of age.last_img read more

Virtuosos new Cruise Tool gives members a competitive edge

first_img Posted by NEW YORK — It’s now easier for agents to search for and book cruises with Virtuoso’s new Cruise Tool.A joint venture with Passport Online, the new online tool is a white-label version of Virtuoso’s cruise booking engine that’s been customized for Virtuoso advisors and their specific needs. It enables advisors to find, compare, quote and book cruises directly from one central location, Virtuoso.com, and makes marketing and selling cruises quicker, simpler and more effective.It also allows for ClientBase Live Connect integration and segmented reporting, and offers professional email marketing materials, cabin availability, interactive deck plans, full ship information and the ability to easily modify bookings.The tool was refined during Passport Online’s participation in Virtuoso Incubator, the industry’s first program designed to foster new advisor-focused technology. Virtuoso Incubator vets companies based on advisor need, refines through real-time testing, then introduces tools to improve the sales process and enhance client relationships. A group of Virtuoso advisors assessed the tool in real-world situations and provided feedback that enabled Passport Online to create this version tailored exclusively for Virtuoso members.More news:  Help Princess Cruises break the world record for largest vow renewal at seaVirtuoso Cruise Tool is currently available to Virtuoso’s Canadian and U.S. advisors. The company has plans to expand into other markets. The Canadian Press Virtuoso’s new Cruise Tool gives members a competitive edge Sharecenter_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Virtuoso Wednesday, February 1, 2017 last_img read more

The first 35 meetings between the Arizona Cardinal

first_imgThe first 35 meetings between the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers saw a fairly even split, with Arizona going 16-19 in the rivalry.But for a matchup to be considered a rivalry, both teams need to be winning at nearly the same rate. And in that case, the meetings between Arizona and San Francisco over the last five years resemble more of a fly vs. fly swatter rivalry.The 49ers are 9-1 in their last 10 games against the Cardinals, with wins ranging from a game-winning field goal as time expires to their more-frequent blowout victories. As the Cardinals and 49ers prepare for Sunday’s divisional battle in Arizona, we give you some of the numbers that have defined the last 10 games between these NFC West opponents:7:The Cardinals have struggled mightily with even keeping the last 10 games close against the 49ers, as seven of the meetings, all San Francisco wins, have been decided by double-digits. 106.4:Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick has not been fazed by Arizona’s normally stout defense, averaging a 106.4 passer rating in his three career games against the team. San Francisco has won all of Kaepernick’s starts, with the quarterback throwing six touchdowns and only two interceptions over that time.2:Passing yards have been at a premium in these last 10 meetings, with Carson Palmer and Colin Kaepernick, both in last season’s finale, being the only quarterbacks to exceed 300 passing yards in a game.5-1:Niners coach Jim Harbaugh has made the most of his games against Arizona, going 5-1 against the team since he joined San Francisco in 2011. The Cardinals haven’t even kept the games very close against Harbaugh’s Niners, losing by an average of 13.2 points in those games. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact – 23:The turnover battle is often considered a massive factor in the outcome of games, and lately the Cardinals have failed at this miserably against the 49ers. Arizona has a -23 turnover margin over their last 10 games against San Francisco, losing the turnover battle in every game during that span.129.9:From Frank Gore to Brian Westbrook to Anthony Dixon, 49ers who run the ball against the Cardinals do not seem to find much resistance. The Niners have averaged 129.9 rushing yards per game over the last five years against Arizona, more than doubling the Cardinals 60.5 rushing yards per game over the same period.6:Arizona pass-catchers have been able to make their presence known in the matchups despite the losses, with six individual 100-yard receiving games over the last five seasons. Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald has had four such games over that span, personally matching the 49ers’ total in the category.14:Who needs to get to the red zone when you can score from anywhere on the field? This could be the mantra for both teams, as they have scored 14 offensive touchdowns from more than 30 yards out in their last 10 meetings.5:A key to outscoring opponents is, you know, scoring. The Cardinals have not been able to reach double digits in five of their games against San Francisco since 2009. Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories last_img read more

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