CM calls for collegium to select EC officials

first_imgKolkata: Calling the 2019 Lok Sabha poll a “scandalous election”, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Friday demanded that electoral reforms should be carried out immediately and there should be a collegium to select the members of the Election Commission of India.Banerjee said the general election was “the most scandalous election in view of the muscle and money power that had been used. To stop this, electoral reforms should be made.” Also Read – City bids adieu to Goddess DurgaIt may be mentioned that Banerjee had been demanding electoral reforms for over a decade. She reiterated that a thorough search should be conducted into the allegations of EVM tampering. Banerjee said a fact-finding committee should be set up immediately to find out how much money BJP had spent during the elections. “Sometime I hear that BJP had spent Rs 27,000 crore during the elections. Electoral bonds worth Rs 370 crore had been sold from the main branch of the State bank of India between May 6 and May 24. We do not know who the buyers are. I had told repeatedly during my election speeches that huge amounts of money were being smuggled to the districts by BJP leaders. What I had said then is now coming true,” she said. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersBanerjee said a nationwide campaign should be carried out by all the political parties, raising the demand of setting up a fact-finding committee. She said the committee should probe into the allegation that many Electronic Voting Machines had gone missing. She added that a collegium should be set up to select the Election Commission members. “Three members had been nominated and they conducted the election. All the Opposition parties had made several complaints but they had refused to listen,” Banerjee said.last_img read more

Kahnawake engines revving on the ice

first_imgAPTN National NewsThe Mohawks of Kahnawake are famous and infamous for a few things. Ironworkers, lacrosse players and the tobacco trade are all some of their major exports.But there are other things that make the community just south of Montreal unique such as their penchant for racing stock cars on ice in the winter.APTN’s Tom Fennario has this story.last_img

Canadas hostile regulatory environment costing energy investments report

first_imgOTTAWA – Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says the federal cabinet was never going to include downstream emissions as a factor when it reviewed the application for the now defunct Energy East pipeline.In a bid to stem political fallout from Energy East’s demise, Carr is on a mission to convince Canadians his government’s policies are not to blame for it.But a new research report suggests the project is just part of a trend of energy investment going elsewhere because of the high cost of additional government regulation in Canada.TransCanada cancelled the Energy East project last week citing “changed circumstances.”In response to a barrage of questions lobbed at him in the Senate on Tuesday, Carr repeatedly asserted those circumstances were not government policies.“The situation had changed dramatically,” he said, pointing to oil prices less than half what they were when the project was first proposed, and the recent U.S. decision to go forward with another TransCanada project, the Keystone XL pipeline.Opponents blame Carr’s government for changing the review process and including things like upstream and downstream emissions — that is, greenhouse gas emissions created by extracting the oil before it flows through the pipeline and those create by refining and burning it after it leaves the pipeline — as part of the evaluations of proposed projects.While the National Energy Board panel decided to look at both upstream and downstream emissions, Carr said the government had only asked that upstream ones be looked at. He said that was done in 2016 when the government approved both the Enbridge Line 3 and the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline projects and it would have been the same for Energy East had it ever made it to cabinet for consideration.If upstream emissions didn’t stop approval of the other pipelines, Carr said TransCanada had no reason to believe it would stop approval of Energy East.But a new research report by the Montreal Economic Institute suggests Energy East’s demise is a growing and worrisome pattern.“People are giving up on Canada as a safe place to invest in natural resources,” said economist Germain Belzile, a senior researcher at the institute.“It’s seen as a very hostile environment now. You have a lot less certainty if you invest here (than) if you invest in many other countries where the regulatory environment isn’t changing as you’re doing things.”Four major projects have now been cancelled in the last two years, including Energy East, the Northern Gateway pipeline, and two liquid natural gas plant proposals, he noted. Together they amounted to $84 billion in investment.Belzile said new regulations in Canada, including things like the carbon price, coupled with a reduction in regulation under President Trump in the U.S. has seen investments leaving Canada and flowing to the U.S. instead.His report shows capital investments in resource projects in Canada and the U.S. rebounded this year but are expected to grow 38 per cent in the U.S. and just 19 per cent in Canada.The Liberals could face political fallout if Canadians think their policies are hurting the investments and job creation that come with them.Pollster David Coletto said Energy East alone is not likely to be the only reason the Liberals lose seats in 2019 but it could be a contributing factor, particularly in New Brunswick, which stood to gain refinery jobs had the pipeline gone ahead.“This fits with a broader narrative that is starting to develop about the government’s position on business development and business friendly policies,” the Abacus Data CEO said.However, he added Energy East could have been a political liability for the Liberals in Quebec, where opposition to it was strong.-follow @mrabson on Twitter.last_img read more

Over 160 arrested in Jaffna and KKS

Others arrested included 40 on assault charges, 11 for failing to appear in court and charges related to theft, road accidents, drunk driving and various other crimes. (Colombo Gazette) According to the police in Jaffna, 163 people were arrested in the search operation on crimes related charges and on suspicion. Of those arrested last week, 24 people were arrested on suspicion, the Jaffna police said today. Over 160 people have been arrested in Jaffna and Kankesanthurai (KKS) in a special operation conducted by the police last week, reports from Jaffna said.The Uthayan newspaper online edition reported that all those arrested have been produced before a Magistrate and charged.

MEA says no Rolls Royce BMW cars

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) says the government has no intention of importing Rolls Royce and BMW cars for the forthcoming Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Sri Lanka.A statement by the MEA said that reports saying there was such a move is baseless and fictitious, as no importation of cars is being contemplated by the Government of Sri Lanka for the Conference. “All expenditure in relation to CHOGM 2013 will be met from existing budgetary provisions, and additional funds for this purpose will not be resorted to.” the MEA said. It further said that CHOGM 2013 will be an opportunity to showcase the developments in Sri Lanka following a three decade separatist terrorist conflict and the vast economic opportunities available in the country. The objective of the government with regard to the outcome of CHOGM 2013 is to derive the maximum benefit for the people of the country by making full use of a unique opportunity, MEA said.“In this context, it is regrettable to observe a negative attitude from some quarters, considering that this event is of a national character and worthy of support across party lines,” the statement added.  (Colombo Gazette) The Commonwealth Business Forum, which attracts extensive participation both from within and outside the Commonwealth, will serve as a springboard for Sri Lanka to promote trade and investment and further enhance economic cooperation. Resources allocated to the relevant government agencies for promotional activities will be fully utilized within the country towards this end.Preparation of investment projects and sectors for cooperation is already under way, and the response is encouraging for participation at the Commonwealth Business Forum later this year. read more

Sampanthan says will not allow destroy country

Opposition leader R. Sampanthan says no one is ready to allow the country to be destroyed.He was speaking at the 60th anniversary of the Sri Lanka Elections Department held today. Sampanthan said that if democracy does not survive in Sri Lanka, the country will be destroyed.“Non of us are prepared to allow this country to be destroyed. Therefore we should preserve democracy,” he said. He said the Department of Elections should be aware of its responsibility to preserve democracy at all times. (Colombo Gazette)

Ian Gordona makes the cut as Ohio State assistant coach

OSU men’s soccer recruiting coordinator and assistant coach Ian Gordona. (Courtesy of OSU Athletics)Ian Gordona is in a relationship. Actually, he’s in more than one, and for the Ohio State men’s soccer team’s assistant coach, that’s how he operates.More than 10 years after being cut from the Buckeyes’ roster, Gordona is building bonds with the coaches who once released him and players who might never want to let him go.“This isn’t about wins and losses to me, and I know that’s important,” Gordona said. “It’s really about building relationships.”After unsuccessfully trying to walk on with the Buckeyes in 2002, Gordona joined OSU as the team’s recruiting director and assistant coach in May, following years of assessing talent at the collegiate and national levels.In his 18th season with the Buckeyes, OSU coach John Bluem now relies upon the man he didn’t used to need.“When he came to our tryouts (in 2002), it was just, for me, another guy trying out for the team,” Bluem said. “We didn’t think that he could help us, so we didn’t keep him.”Gordona graduated from OSU in 2003 and began his career as a coach. In time, he came to understand Bluem’s point of view.“Having the experience of being a coach … I understand those types of decisions,” Gordona said. “There’s no bitterness, no ill will. I get it.”Following four years of coaching Columbus Crew Soccer Academy teams, including the U-18 squad he coached with current OSU associate coach Frank Speth, Gordona crossed Bluem’s mind again in 2012.OSU offered Gordona a volunteer assistant’s role for the 2012 season, but without a full-time position to accept, Gordona took a job as an assistant at the University of Michigan, Bluem said.Two years later, when he grew tired of his commute from Ohio to Michigan, Gordona elected to leave the Wolverines.“I had about 30 schools reach out to me when I left up at Michigan with the No. 7 and No. 2 recruiting classes in the country,” Gordona said.Speth, who spent multiple years coaching alongside Gordona, vouched for his former assistant when OSU began to consider making coaching changes, he said.“Ian had a lot of pluses in his corner and so that made the decision a lot easier,” Speth said.After joining the team as a volunteer assistant last winter, Gordona filled former assistant Taly Goode’s position in the offseason, Speth said.Much as Gordona’s relationship with Speth helped him land a job in Columbus, his relationship with players has helped him have success as one of college soccer’s top recruiters.While recruiting for Manchester Community College, a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association, Gordona attracted seven players who jumped from his team to the professional ranks, he said. His selling points were slim, as he had no scholarships to offer.Gordona said his recruiting mentality has not changed since making the jump to Division I. He is still gratified by the bonds he makes with players.“I can say to (recruits) that I’ve had all these pros, all these All-Americans, all these national team kids,” Gordona said. “The number that’s important to me is 26 and that’s the number of (my players’) weddings I’ve been invited to.”While Gordona didn’t help recruit the Buckeyes’ 2014 freshman class, Bluem said he has already started recruiting next season’s first-years.“He’s been working hard, he’s identifying a lot of people,” Bluem said. “We think that we’re shaping a pretty good group.”For Gordona, forming a solid freshman class involves looking beyond the prospects’ on-field performances. He said he often selects players based on whether he believes he can spend the next four years of his life with them and vice versa.During the recruiting process, the assistant coach establishes a special bond with those players who have an interest in the arts. Gordona, who considers writing his hobby, said a recruit’s choice of artistic or literary expression gives him a new way of understanding them.“It’s one of those things where you have something that you can build off of relationship-wise that has nothing to do with soccer,” Gordona said.Developing relationships is an aspect of the job Gordona handles on a daily basis. Because he’s the Buckeyes’ youngest coach, he can be a one-man response team for the players’ problems, Bluem said.“He’s very much a player’s coach,” junior midfielder and co-captain Zach Mason said. “He constantly reminds us that he’s here for us and it’s not about him.”Mason, who played under Gordona at Crew Soccer Academy, said Gordona often opens and closes his training sessions with a reminder that he’s pushing the players for their improvement.“(The players) have confidence in him as a coach,” Bluem said. “They also have confidence in somebody that they can share with and talk about their issues.”As the players talk, Gordona listens. It’s a responsibility mandated less by his job than by his personal mantra: people come first. read more

Sir Walter Raleigh birthplace in dog poo row as Parish Council clashes with

first_imgEast Budleigh FC, who play in Division Two of the Devon & Exeter League – the 12th level of English football – have endured years of disruptions on the public green space and have continually requested a barrier.But Ray Marrs, from the Friends of East Budleigh Recreation Ground, said there was no problem.He added: “Lots of people use the field to walk their dogs on and none of us have ever noticed a problem with dog poo on the pitch at all.”On behalf of residents of East Budleigh, we have become disillusioned by The Parish Council’s actions that have directly resulted in setting one part of the community against the other.” Some members of this group have been running a vicious hate campaign against the parish council and as a result we won’t talk to them as we consider them to be a hate group.East Budleigh Parish Council A dog poo row has broken out in the Devon birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh after the Parish Council accused the village green society of being a “hate group” in a disagreement over a befouled field.The escalating dispute in East Budleigh centres on a decision made by the Parish Council to build a fence around a football pitch to stop games being halted due to the amount of dog muck.But the Friends of East Budleigh Recreation Ground have claimed the decision has divided the community like never before and they are outraged and bewildered by the decision.The parish council says they will not engage with the the group at all as a collective as they consider them a “hate group.” Elizabethan adventurer Sir Walter Raleigh was born in East Budleigh East Budleigh Parish Council said: “Some members of this group have been running a vicious hate campaign against the parish council and as a result we won’t talk to them as we consider them to be a hate group.”East Budleigh has been particularly bad for dog mess and we have had a number of complaints and last season several football games had to be stopped to clear up the dog mess.”The idea is to make it a safe area and free from dog mess for everyone – not just the football club.center_img “We are doing what we think is best but we have been subjected to a vicious hate campaign as a result by some members of the Friends of East Budleigh Recreation Ground group.” Elizabethan adventurer Sir Walter Raleigh was born in East BudleighCredit:Stock Montage Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Meet the tech team who make TheJournalie run smoothly

first_imgWHILE YOU MIGHT know a bit about the journalists who publish articles on this site, there’s actually another group working hard to bring you the news every day: the incomparable tech team.We’re running this behind-the-scenes tech series because we’re currently expanding this great team. If you think you’d be a good fit – or know someone who might be – then we want to hear from you. (L-R) Stephen McBride, John Needham, Brian Fallon, Conor Maher, Conor Smith, CJ Smith This is our team, which is growing all the time. We crossed the fearsome tech/editorial divide (think the gulf of iOS vs Android) to talk to some of the lads – John Needham, the web team’s Lead Developer, Conor Maher, the DevOps Engineer and Stephen McBride, the Lead App Developer. So, in order to gain some insight into the brilliant people who make our apps and site run smoothly, allow us to introduce them…Hello! We know you’re busy so we’ll try not to keep you. Can you tell us a bit about your roles within the team?JN: The web team write the code that runs our websites and powers the APIs that are used by our iOS and Android apps. We also write and manage the tools that are used by our editorial teams.CM: I oversee the hardware and cloud infrastructure behind the website and provide tools that help the developers work their magic. I also plug things out and back in again.SMcB: I maintain and develop the apps for, and across Android, iPhone and iPad. I also frequent the office coffee machine an unhealthy amount.So, tell us, what kind of hardware are you guys using day-to-day?JN: I use a Windows machine running multiple Linux virtual boxes for development with three 24-inch monitors. For my phone, I’m currently using a Nexus 5 (I’m a huge Android fan).SMcB: A 27-inch iMac with extra side monitor. I use a Nexus 5 smartphone and have heaps of mobile test devices like a Samsung S3, HTC One, Nexus 7 and various iPhones and iPads lying around on my desk.And what about tools or programmes?JN: We make use of multiple technologies for developing and on the site, I develop in Sublime Text, and we manage all our code using Git and Github. Our core server stack uses Ubuntu, Nginx, PHP and MySQL, as well as Memcache and Redis.We also make use of multiple Amazon cloud services, such as S3, RDS, CloudSearch, DynamoDB and ElastiCache. If we could be a little nosy for a second: what are you currently working on?JN: We’re just about to roll out our new quiz feature that we’ve been working on for some time, I’ve had a great time making up test quizzes about people in the office. I can’t wait to see the response from our readers.I’ve just started researching how we can perform cohort analysis on our traffic to better understand the needs of our readers; it’s a great excuse to play around with new tools in Amazon.Now, flattery aside, what’s the best thing about working with tech team?SMcB: We’re a small, close-knit team who get on really well. We each have a lot of responsibility, but we can also have a great impact on the product we’re working on which is really rewarding.The app is the most downloaded news app in Ireland and it’s how most people view each day. It’s really quite cool to be able to spot people on the DART or bus getting their news fix from the app each morning and evening.JN: Definitely the awesome staff. [Thanks John!]And the most challenging aspect?CM: The enormous scale. We are one of the most visited websites in the country and we currently have six tech team members. Our traffic is constantly growing and this brings new challenges every day.Can you recommend your favourite apps or gadgets to our readers before you head off?CM: The Nexus 5′s  integration with Google services makes life a lot easier. A lot of the services we use have nice Android apps with real-time push notifications.SMcB: aside, of course, it’d be Reddit Sync for browsing Reddit, Spotify for music on the go and Facebook Messenger for chatting.JN: I’m always playing with new apps on my phone, currently playing Hitman Go, but getting tired of it now, maybe a commenter would have a good suggestion for what to play next?Thanks guys. We promise we’ll do our best not to undo any of your stellar work in the back office this afternoon…Are you a developer and like the sound of what we do? Well, you’re in luck – we’re currently looking for an experienced developer with a track record of building amazing web products. Find out more here, or feel free to share this article with a friend you’d think would fit in on our team.Find out more about working with us>last_img read more

Geek deals roundup The best Black Friday deals

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Go to Techbargains for the latest breaking Black Friday dealsOur commerce group sources the best deals and products for the Geek Deals posts. We operate independently of Editorial and Advertising and may earn a percentage of the sale, if you buy something via a link on the post. If you are interested in promoting your deals, please contact us at read more

Genesio amazed by Lyons performance

first_imgOlympique Lyon successfully reached the third place in the Ligue 1 by beaten Nice 3-2 at home thanks to Memphis Depay’s hattrick and it could be the final game for Nabil Fekir as he is thought to join Liverpool.This match was a farewell for Lucien Favre, the coach of the guests but it was also maybe the last game for Nabil Fekir as he is close to joining Liverpool – and Genesio didn’t rule his departure out.The Lyon coach spoke about his side’s future as he said, according to Birmingham Mail:Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“We are still a young team. There will be changes in the off-season. I savour that after this qualification. We did not panic after the first goal. I take my hat off to Nabil Fekir for his return to the top level. Thanks to him.”“I was calm until the second Nice goal. We qualify and that’s the most important thing.”“The players gave everything. It’s good to see the players together at the end. I thank them. They showed incredible spirit. I have always been supported and we have the result tonight.”last_img read more

Firefighters rescue man on inner tube

first_imgPortland firefighters rescued a man Tuesday evening who was clinging to an inner tube in the Columbia River near the Interstate 5 bridge. Around 6:50 p.m., Portland Fire & Rescue was dispatched to a boater in distress call near the bridge. Although the man had been sitting on his inner tube, he got out for some reason and couldn’t get back on it, said agency spokesman Ron Rouse. Firefighters got the man and his inner tube into Rescue Boat 17 and back to shore.This time of year, the rescue boat keeps busy, Rouse said. “We just want everyone to be smart on the water.” The man’s name, age and place of residence were not released.last_img

Sitka Hospital Cuts Ties With Former CEO Moves Toward Transition

first_imgThe hospital classroom fills for the board’s noon meeting. Staffers urged transparency as the board moves forward. “A lot of what’s happened has been a mystery to us,” said one. (KCAW photo/Robert Woolsey)Sitka Community Hospital has an interim CEO. The hospital board named Chief Nursing Officer Raine Clarke to the post at a special meeting on Monday (1-5-15). The term of Clarke’s service is not known at the moment. What is known, however, is that former CEO Jeff Comer will not be receiving anything more than his paycheck for his work through last Friday, as Sitka’s embattled hospital struggles to balance its books and find direction.Raine Clarke is at the top of the duty roster to serve as CEO when the regular hospital CEO is absent — regardless of whether it’s a planned absence. This is by-the-book hospital policy.Municipal attorney Robin Koutchak nevertheless urged the hospital board to give Clarke the nod formally, even if it was on a very short-term basis. The hospital board also liked the idea of rotating other members of the hospital administration into the CEO role, as has been standard practice.Jeff Comer speaking to the Sitka Chamber of Commerce in November 2013, prior to disclosures about the hospital’s financial straits. (KCAW Photo/Rachel Waldholz)Koutchak said that right now a team really couldn’t serve as CEO .“My caution is: You really need somebody in charge of the ship.”So the board settled on Clarke, and there was some comfort in following established procedures to arrive at that decision.This is board chair Celeste Tydingco.“We’ve already got policies in place. This isn’t a huge emergency right now. We do have things that we’ve already established that are working. But let’s meet real soon. Let’s get a plan together very, very quickly and make a good plan, and not just a knee-jerk plan.”To help, the city of Sitka is providing the support of municipal administrator Mark Gorman, chief administrative officer Jay Sweeney, and municipal attorney Robin Koutchak. Member Lori Hart thought that between the hospital board, hospital staff, and municipal staff, some kind of transition plan could be developed in about three weeks.The transition will not involve Jeff Comer, who became CEO of Sitka Community Hospital in October, and handed in his resignation around New Year’s. Comer vacated his hospital-owned apartment on Sunday, January 4, turned in his keys, rental car, and laptop, and departed Sitka for Phoenix, Arizona, according to Koutchak.Sitka’s attorney wanted to clear up any misconception about whether Comer would entitled to a severance package worth two months of his $185,000 salary.She read from an email Comer sent to board members the day before the meeting.“He says: Per Section 7a of my Employment Agreement the Board must pay me for 60 days. That’s not what that section says in his contract. So if you all could look at his contract, and go to that section. 7a states that he is to give 60 days notice. It doesn’t say we’re to pay him. It says he’s to give us 60 days notice.”In his email, Comer agrees to remain available to work telephonically from Arizona to support the hospital during the transition. Koutchak felt that didn’t fulfill his employment contract. Furthermore, there’s the alleged assault.Comer failed to appear for a scheduled meeting with the assembly on January 2, saying — through a statement — that he had been attacked and beaten on a local trail that afternoon, and feared for his safety.Koutchak felt it was best to move on.“He gave us his resignation letter dated December 30, and then on Friday he really, really let everyone know by way of the assembly meeting that he was gone, and Sunday he was on a plane. So I think we’re really safe in saying Friday was his last day. Pay him up through Friday, let it go.”But members Hans von Rekowski and Ann Wilkinson were unsure. Von Rekowski expressed concern about contracts and other work that Comer had in progress, and which might be difficult for someone else to pick up. Wilkinson wondered if the board should postpone accepting Comer’s resignation until they were satisfied that he had left things in order.Koutchak thought that was unrealistic.“Ann, I think he’s gone. Elvis has left the building!” (Laughter…)During public testimony, the hospital board felt some heat — both real and figurative — from the 60 staff and members of the public packed into the hospital’s classroom space. There was sentiment that the board was too dependent on the services of the headhunting firm B.E. Smith in hiring Comer, when a simple Google search would have shown that Comer had jumped often between jobs.Physician Richard Wien was clearly disappointed in Comer. He urged the board toward accountability and action.“Real, material damage has been caused to this hospital. How is that so? Well just a couple of examples: I hear nurses are applying to SEARHC. Do you know how hard nurses are to get? I heard that the two mid-levels (physicians) who were coming here were not going to come here or sign contracts because they heard of the financial issues related to this hospital. And it goes on and on and on. When a professional has a job to do, they roll their sleeves up and do it!”Wien recommended putting a physician on the board. That idea was seconded by member of the public Owen Kindig, who wanted the board to look beyond traditional models of hospital governance. “This is a watershed moment for Sitka,” he said.There was also a sense of community in the room, and a willingness to work toward a solution. Members of the hospital finance department said that an audit would show that the numbers may not be as bad as Comer had indicated. The mood compelled assembly member Ben Miyasato to step forward and remind hospital staffers that they will come out the other side. “You will weather this,” he said.Note: Sitka police are soliciting the public’s help regarding the alleged assault of Jeff Comer, which reportedly occurred last Friday at about 1 PM near the bridge on the lower part of Herring Cove Trail. Anyone with helpful information about Comer’s assailants — reportedly a man and a woman — are asked to call police at 747-3245.last_img read more

Housingcom CEO Rahul Yadav to Appear in AMA Session on Reddit CEO Rahul Yadav, who has been in the headlines recently, will now appear in AMA session on social networking site Reddit.In the session, which is scheduled on Tuesday, May 19, at 6pm, the users are allowed to ask him questions about “anything and everyhting.”AMA or ‘Ask me anything’, a popular feature of, enables any individual to interact with the users. During the session, users can put questions and comment on the replies.”Rahul Yadav has agreed for an AMA session with us. He’s been in the headlines quite a lot recently, and has even been coined as the “monk who sold his Ferrari” by a few media outlets. So get your questions ready and let’s have an interesting AMA here on /r/india,” NDTV Profit said quoting the Reddit announcement.Yadav, 26, a final-year dropout from IIT-Bombay, has created a fair amount of controversy over the last few months. Yadav quit the real estate start-up in the beginning of the month criticising the board members in his resignation letter.”I don’t think you guys are intellectually capable enough to have any sensible discussion anymore,” Yadav said in his resignation letter.Later, he made a U-turn by withdrawing his resignation and saying an apology to the board.Moreover, the he gave away his entire stake in the company worth ₹150 crore to ₹200 crore to employees last week. He also challenged his peers to follow his deed. However, some analysts see this as a “publicity stunt.””Legally, there is nothing wrong with Yadav giving away shares. But, the board (of directors) should have been informed. The board is now apprehensive of his behaviour. They have asked Yadav to explain. This makes the investors doubt him,” one of the investors in told Business Standard.The portal raised $100 million from Japan’s Softbank in December last year, taking the overall funding to $120 million. Helion Ventures, Nexus Ventures and Qualcomm Ventures are the other investors in the online real estate service provider.last_img read more

DC Mayoral Nominee Muriel Bowser Leads in Fundraising

first_imgWASHINGTON (AP) — Muriel Bowser has built a big fundraising lead over her biggest rival as she seeks to become the District of Columbia’s next mayor.Bowser’s latest financial report shows that she raised $858,000 over a three-month period. Her campaign says she brought in $740,000 of that after April 1, when she defeated Mayor Vincent Gray in the Democratic primary.Three out of four registered voters in the District are Democrats, making Bowser the front-runner to win the general election in November.Fellow D.C. Councilmember David Catania raised $553,000 over the same stretch.He also spent more than $200,000, meaning he has $350,000 in cash on hand.Bowser has $720,000 in cash.Catania is an independent. Another independent, Carol Schwartz, announced her candidacy this week and has yet to start raising money.last_img read more

HandsOn Destiny 2 is Destiny Too

first_img The Xbox One X Looks Nice, But Twice as Nice as the Xbox One?Super Mario Odyssey and Other E3 Nintendo Switch Games That Aren’t Zelda As anyone in the Ziff Davis office can tell you, my opinion of Destiny is intense and conflicted. As I told the PR rep booking my Destiny 2 appointment at E3, I own and played Destiny on my Xbox One for like 20 hours. I think in terms of pure feel it has maybe the best shooting I’ve ever used in a console shooter. And I appreciated the complexity of some of the enemy behavior later on like the Cabal.But I also think that first game and its four tiny planets were almost shamefully lacking in meaningful content at launch, especially since I exclusively played it solo going through the “story” missions and grinding in the patrols or whatever for loot and like three different kinds of experience points. I know multiplayer, cooperate raids and strikes and Crucible deathmatches, were a key part of game that I didn’t bother with. But those solo missions were presented as a valid way to play the game, and they didn’t hold up.Many folks insist later expansions like The Taken King improved Destiny significantly, and I believe them, but I was honestly so turned off by the first release I didn’t want to support the idea of later (paid) improvements bringing the game up to a standard it should’ve hit in the first place. However, a sequel is a different situation, and if Destiny 2 starts off taking the promising parts of what I felt was a sketch of a game (kind of like the jump from Assassin’s Creed 1 to Assassin’s Creed 2) and fleshes them out then I would find that really exciting, even if I’m not sure if I will ever be a fan of the MMO-ish structure. So while I’m deeply skeptical of Destiny 2, I’m trying to keep an open mind. After playing a demo of the game here at E3, my mind is still open, but I’m not throwing out that skepticism just yet.The mission I played, “Homecoming,” seemed like the beginning of whatever the “single-player” portion of Destiny 2 winds up being. There are are lavishly produced cutscenes featuring Guardians and the Traveler and all of the other lore the first game only explained online. RIP Ball. The debut trailer cut back and forth between Lance Reddick’s serious character and Nolan North’s humorous one in whiplash-inducing fashion. In the game, though, the tone feels much more balanced. Then the shooting happened. Firing space guns feels as great as ever. Bungie’s been doing it for over a decade. Plus, now on PC the game can run in 4K resolution at 60FPS. We played on beefy rigs with NVIDAI GeForece GTX 1080 Ti cards, cards that will come with a free copy of the PC version of the game launching in October about six weeks after the console versions. The PC version also sees the return of Blizzard’s (now Activision Blizzard) branding, which really delighted grade-school me.However, in the opening assault the mindlessness that plagued the first Destiny creeped back in. I was just shooting waves of aliens. Granted, it was the Cabal, the most interesting and dynamic enemies from the first game, but soon enough I began asking myself a question I asked all throughout Destiny 1: “Why am I doing this?” Fortunately, things got better from there. After the raid ended, I pushed forward through the ornate ruined sci-fi environment. I was jumping and double-jumping and fighting enemies in intriguing new spots with unique level design like it was a real level from a real shooter campaign. It wasn’t Doom or Titanfall 2, but it was better than Destiny. I used different guns and grenades and pulsing melee moves to kill grunts and wear down shields on tougher opponents. While I didn’t equip any scavenged treasure, the whole time I saw new loot pour in. By the end I had charged up enough power to whip out a flaming sword against the demo’s final boss. I can’t say I didn’t enjoy my brief time with Destiny 2. However, you probably could have taken a similar chunk from the first game that would’ve been about as entertaining. It was over the long haul that Destiny and its content problems began to bore me as a single-player-focused gamer. That could very well be the case with Destiny 2, but at the very least the campaign does feel more complete so far. We’ll find out soon enough. Stay on targetlast_img read more

Finches use their own form of grammar in their tweets

first_imgFawn Society Finches. Image: Wikipedia. © 2010 Explore further The Link Between Birdsong And Human Language Finches in the wild will react and call back when they hear unfamiliar songs that are usually from intruding finches. Dr. Kentaro Abe and Dai Watanabe used this reaction to test the finches.They began by playing songs to the finches that were unfamiliar. They played the songs over a period of time until the birds stopped reacting and were used to the new tweets. They then mixed the order of the syllables within the songs and replayed them to the finches. When one of the remixes, named SEQ2, was played almost 90 percent of the birds erupted in response, however the other remixes received no reaction. What the researchers determined was that the finches in a particular social community seem to have some sort of syllable order that must be present within their songs.In another experiment, the researchers showed that the knowledge of this syllable order is not innate and must be learned. He tested birds that had been raised alone and they showed no response to SEQ2. However, after the isolated birds had spent two weeks with the other birds, they too then showed a reaction.Another experiment showed that the birds were able to learn ‘new’ grammatical rules if the team played one of the remixes over and over again. Once these birds had learned the new rules, mixing the syllables up again found the birds reacting to a change in the syllable structure.In a final experiment, Abe and his team chemically shut down an area of the finch brain known as the anterior nidopallium in some of the birds. This area of the brain is vital for the bird’s ability to understand the grammatical pattern in the syllables. He suggests that using this information, and studying the counterpart section of the human brain, could shed new light on the origins of human grammar. More information: Songbirds possess the spontaneous ability to discriminate syntactic rules, Nature Neuroscience (2011) doi:10.1038/nn.2869AbstractWhether the computational systems in language perception involve specific abilities in humans is debated. The vocalizations of songbirds share many features with human speech, but whether songbirds possess a similar computational ability to process auditory information as humans is unknown. We analyzed their spontaneous discrimination of auditory stimuli and found that the Bengalese finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica) can use the syntactical information processing of syllables to discriminate songs). These finches were also able to acquire artificial grammatical rules from synthesized syllable strings and to discriminate novel auditory information according to them. We found that a specific brain region was involved in such discrimination and that this ability was acquired postnatally through the encounter with various conspecific songs. Our results indicate that passerine songbirds spontaneously acquire the ability to process hierarchical structures, an ability that was previously supposed to be specific to humans. Citation: Finches use their own form of grammar in their tweets (2011, June 28) retrieved 18 August 2019 from ( — In a recent study published in Nature Neuroscience, researchers from the University of Kyoto in Japan have discovered that the tweets of Bengalese finches follow a set of grammatical patterns and rules. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

Uganda Wanted LRA rebel commander believed dead

first_img New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Ankunda said the accounts of LRA defectors provide “a corroborating picture” of Odhiambo’s death even though his body hasn’t been found. One LRA defector said he saw a badly wounded Odhiambo being carried away by fighters following the attack, and another defector said the commander was missing at a top LRA meeting where he was expected late last year, according to Ankunda.“There is some truth to it,” he said, referring to Odhiambo’s death.The news was hailed in Washington.“The death of Odhiambo would be a historic blow to the LRA’s command structure. It is clear that, despite the regional challenges, the AU Regional Task Force continues to make great strides toward ending the LRA threat,” said State Department spokesman William Stevens. He congratulated the Ugandan-led African Union troops “on their continued success in pursuing the LRA’s remaining leaders and promoting defections. We believe it is critical that pressure continue to be put on the LRA to prevent it from regrouping.”The United States has about 100 military advisers helping the African Union force of about 3,000 troops from Uganda, South Sudan and Congo to hunt down the LRA. Odhiambo’s death, if confirmed, would be “a huge blow” to the LRA, whose leaders are constantly trying to elude capture in the jungles of central Africa, said Ben Keesey, the head of the LRA watchdog group Invisible Children. Kony himself is believed to be hiding in Central African Republic, which has been largely lawless over the past year amid sectarian violence in which up to 1 million people have been displaced.Odhiambo was one of five LRA commanders indicted by the International Criminal Court in 2005 over atrocities committed in a rebellion that started in Uganda in the 1980s before spreading to some parts of central Africa. In the past the rebels have operated bases in South Sudan and Congo, taking advantage of the region’s porous borders to elude their hunters.Odhiambo was a member of the “control altar” of the LRA, a small group of Ugandan-born rebel commanders who planned and implemented the LRA’s many atrocities, according to the watchdog group Enough Project. His presumed death means only two of those indicted by the ICC _including Kony_ remain at large.In a rebel group known for savagery that sometimes included chopping off the limbs of victims, Odhiambo stood out for his alleged ruthlessness. His ICC arrest warrant cited one account that described the rebel commander as “the one who killed the most,” and he was wanted on multiple counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments   Share   Patients with chronic pain give advice Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement At the peak of its military power, the LRA was notorious for recruiting boys as fighters and forcing girls to become sex slaves. Now, amid rising defections and international military pressure, the group is said to be vastly diminished and incapable of mounting large-scale attacks on civilians. Ugandan military officials believe that now the LRA forces don’t exceed 500.(Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)center_img Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories How men can have a healthy 2019 New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Sponsored Stories KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) – Uganda’s military said it believes a senior rebel commander with the infamous Lord’s Resistance Army was killed last year in Central African Republic following an attack by African Union forces, inflicting a serious setback to the rebel group that is said to be in decline amid an international hunt for its leader, Joseph Kony.Rebel commander Okot Odhiambo _who was the LRA’s No.2 commander behind Kony _ likely died of his wounds after an attack in October near the town of Djema, one of at least two bases used by African forces in Central African Republic, Ugandan military spokesman Lt. Col. Paddy Ankunda said Monday.last_img read more

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