first_imgI feel like I’ve been drowning in data and computers most of my waking life. I’m worried I lost myself along the way. Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Advertisement ‘I’m buzzing from the adrenaline.’ Ron Porteous makes his standup debut at Ottawa’s Absolute Comedy club. (Michel Aspirot/CBC)center_img They’ve never done standup before, but every Tuesday evening, these public servants, IT workers and students gather in a dark club to learn the fine art of being funny. On the last night, they get up on stage in front of a crowd to perform a six-minute set. CBC reporter Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco met two of the comedy wannabes and followed their progress. Here’s what they had to say about why they did it. Their comments have been edited for style and clarity.Ron PorteousBy day I’m a mild-mannered IT manager at Canada Post. It’s just a dumb coincidence that I happen to look like Louis C.K.I’ve always thought of myself as funny, but recently I’ve started thinking maybe that’s not true. Maybe I suck at being funny, and I’ve been fooling myself for 40-odd years. So I signed up for a standup comedy class. During the last class I’ll do standup in front of a packed house at the comedy club. Welcome to my midlife crisis.Welcome to my midlife crisis. – Ron Porteous Advertisement Facebook Advertisementlast_img read more

New trial would lead to Connie Oakes acquittal says Alberta Appeal Court

first_img(Linda Oakes, whose niece Connie Oakes is fighting a murder conviction, tells reporters outside the Calgary courthouse that there was a miscarriage of justice. APTN/Photo)Read APTN’s coverage of the Connie Oakes case hereJorge Barrera APTN National News CALGARY—Connie Oakes, a Cree woman currently fighting a murder conviction, would likely be acquitted if she were granted a new trial, a Court of Appeal of Alberta justice suggested Tuesday.Justice Myra Bielby made the statement during Oakes’ appeal hearing while questioning Crown Brian Graff as to why he kept insisting that if the Court of Appeal determined there was a miscarriage of justice it should not acquit but grant a new trial. Oakes’ hearing was held in a 14th floor courtroom at the Calgary Court Centre.“Isn’t the inevitable result of a new trial acquittal? So why have it?” said Bielby.The Court of Appeal’s three judge panel—Bielby, Justice J.D. Bruce McDonald and Justice F.L. Schutz—pushed and prodded both Oakes’ defence lawyers and the Crown throughout the hearing. Their focus, which was revealed in a letter sent by the court to both sides early last week, was on whether Oakes’ guilty verdict should be set aside on grounds there was not enough evidence to support it.The three justices reserved judgement on the appeal and a ruling is expected within one to six months.Oakes, who is from the Nekaneet First Nation in southern Saskatchewan, sat in the prisoner’s box like stone throughout the hearing. She wore dark-rimmed eyeglasses and a dark Neechie Gear shirt.“I was nervous as hell,” said Oakes, in a phone call with APTN National News from the Calgary jail following the hearing. “I needed to know how good of a fight (my lawyers) were going to put up…I think they fought well.”The murder case against Oakes was built solely on the confession and testimony of her co-accused, Wendy Scott, a woman with an intellectual disability who has been assessed as having an IQ of 50. Scott told police she constantly lied and admitted the same while testifying under oath.Oakes said Tuesday evening that Scott was also being held at the Calgary jail and, despite being in a different zones, they had seen each other. Oakes said some of the inmates told her Scott was talking about the case.“Wendy is here, she is telling people I caused her all this chaos,” said Oakes.Oakes was found guilty of second-degree murder by a jury in November 2013 of the 2011 slaying of a Medicine Hat, Alta., man named Casey Armstrong. She was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 14 years.With no DNA evidence, fingerprints or murder weapon, the Medicine Hat police and Crown built their case on Scott who told police she was involved in the murder and saw Oakes kill Armstrong with a knife.Scott pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentence to life with no chance of parole for 10 years.Connie Oakes pictured along with the Edmonton Institution for Women where she is currently held.There was no forensic evidence introduced during trial indicating puncture wound through the neck that killed Armstrong was caused by a knife blade. Police also failed to trace the source of a size 11 bloody boot print discovered on the floor when Armstrong’s body was found in the bathtub of his trailer.Scott accused three other people—two men and a woman—of the murder before implicating herself and Oakes.In October, the Court of Appeal struck Scott’s guilty plea, quashed her conviction of second degree murder and ordered a new trial. The trial date for Scott’s trial is expected to be set on Feb. 12. Scott last appeared before the Court of Queen’s Bench in Medicine Hat on Friday and told the presiding judge she was being transferred to the jail in Lethbridge, Alta. As of Tuesday evening, Scott was still being held in Calgary.Part of Oakes’ appeal is based on a fresh evidence application in the form of an affidavit sworn by Scott.The affidavit is still sealed until the Court of Appeal rules on its admissibility. Justice McDonald said the court would deliver their decision on the fresh evidence at the same time they issue the final verdict.According to the affidavit, Scott states that she doesn’t believe Oakes was at the crime scene, according to sections of the document which were discussed during the hearing Tuesday.Scott also stated in the affidavit that police interrogators pointed out the vehicle to her that they believed was used in the murder. She also claimed to have confessed to her and Oakes’ involvement because she was “very afraid” and “wanted to be safe,” according to sections of the affidavit mentioned during the hearing.Scott’s affidavit also stated that she was interrogated by police from June 2011 to December 2011, six months longer than disclosed to Oakes’ defence during trial.Graff said Scott’s affidavit did not meet the bar required for a true recantation to qualify as fresh evidence. The affidavit did not provide enough details beyond Scott’s belief Oakes wasn’t at the crime scene, said Graff. He also said Scott’s allegations against the police were challenged by Medicine Hat officers through their own affidavits.Graff stated that that despite some problems with Scott’s testimony, the 12 members of the jury chosen for Oakes’ trial determined that it was enough to convict her on second-degree murder.He said the Appeal Court judges should let the jury verdict stand.“My position is we don’t have a miscarriage of justice at all,” said Graff.Tanner Armstrong’s father Casey Armstrong was murdered in 2011. APTN/PhotoOakes’ lawyer Aleksandra Simic said much of Scott’s credibility during the trial came from her guilty plea for second-degree murder in connection with the Armstrong killing. With the guilty plea now struck, part of the case presented to the jury at trial was based on a “legal fiction.”“We were asking (the jury) to perform an impossible task,” said Simic.After the Crown wrapped up submissions by dissecting some of the action of Oakes’ trial defence lawyer, Bielby offered another observation.“Sometimes a miscarriage of justice just happens, they are not the fault of anyone at the time,” said Bielby.Nine members of Oakes’ family attended the hearing and they sat together to the right of the judges.On the other side of the gallery sat Armstrong’s two children, Karli and Tanner Armstrong.Outside the courtroom, Oakes’ aunt Linda Oakes became emotional when asked by several reporters about how she felt following the hearing.“I want to see her set free,” she said. “We all know she didn’t do it.”As for Armstrong’s children, they said the now five year-long ordeal was taking its toll on their emotions.“I am sure you can all imagine that it’s not that great. We lost our father, it sucks, that is all I can really say about that,” said Tanner read more

Of economic priorities

first_imgThe Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has issued instructions to formulate a detailed action plan for the first one hundred days of the next government, according to some knowledgeable people. Apparently, this set of action plan is meant for the incoming new government, whichever it is. But the presumption is that the guidelines are to follow the manifesto priorities of the ruling party. The move might reflect the current dispensation’s sense of confidence regarding the chances of coming back. Also Read – A special kind of bondAlthough the formal frame of a general action plan in the context of the current situation in the country, if an action plan is prepared under the command of the present outgoing government, the emphasis, understandably, would be on an economic blueprint to be taken up on a basis of priorities of those in power. Obviously, there are some very pressing issues for the country. The better approach should be to draw up an agenda on the basis of the key shortfalls of the present government over its five-year term. From this standpoint, three stark and overwhelming inadequacies stand out. First, the failure to create an adequate number of fresh employment opportunities as promised in the beginning; secondly, the question of farm distress and thirdly, a blueprint for resettling the ailing public sector banks by addressing the question of resolution of their massive portfolio of bad debts over a period of time. Also Read – Insider threat managementNeedless to say, all three are political time bombs. If not handled properly, these are enough to topple any government, let alone set in motion serious socio-political upheaval. Since the present government had faced major criticism for its failure to create its promised number of jobs, fresh strategies will have to be worked out on an emergency basis to tackle some programmes for job creation. Jobs can be created in small and informal sector units and more efforts have to be made to encourage setting up of self-employment projects. Not that this was not realised. The Modi government had started out promisingly with its plans for self-employment projects and also pump in aids for the smallest and informal activities for the creation of employment. However, somehow these got lost midway. The government’s efforts to beef up these activities through the so-called Mudra Bank has come unstuck and a renewed effort would have to be taken up to further enliven it. There has not been even a proper survey of the loan offers for projects facilitated by funding from Mudra Bank. The entire programme was not chiselled properly and then pursued rather half-heartedly. The new government might just take a hard look at the operations of this programme as well and if found unsatisfactory should have the courage to fix a sunset clause for the Mudra Bank. The bane of policymaking in India has been a complete failure to make hard decisions. Projects and schemes which have proved non-starters have still been allowed to linger and continue for self-justification. A related area is to develop a robust employment-unemployment database. The avoidable controversy over holding back some employment data takes us nowhere. That data itself is rather skimpy in nature. A fundamental re-look should be taken to construct a framework for generating updated employment figures. This is very tough, primarily because the biggest volume of employment is in really small and tiny units. The second area of failure has been farm distress. Farmers’ distress is not uniform throughout the country. While in areas farmers have lost their home and hearth following crop failure and weather misfortunes, in other areas farmers have made good returns. Therefore, the farming and agriculture policies should be tailor-made to agro-climatic areas hit by crop failure and other misfortunes. One size does not fit all farms in all regions. It is also essential to diversify the rural economy and develop non-farm activities. More of non-farm activities could help when there are crop failures and bad weather conditions. Agro-processing units at the farm level could thus help create the cushion. For example, while there is currently a very good crop of onion in western India, the prices have crashed causing distress to farmers. These situations could be met not just by talking of debt relief and “Karz Mukti” but by larger investments in these areas for creating storage facilities as also for onion processing units in western Maharashtra, for instance. Onion pastes in super-markets charge high premium when post-harvest onion prices have crashed. In tackling this issue there is a need to be open-minded. Allowing corporate buyers of the crop, including advance purchases and forward contracts could be a guarantee for prices remaining above certain levels. Interesting work is being done by some private bodies, including some promoted by global foundations, in creating higher value in farms and sending out the ripple effect of development in some select areas. Thirdly, the situation of the public sector banks has been bemoaned in the political manifestos ad nauseam. However, it is the link between the politicians and the borrowers, which have ruined our public sector banks. Witness the current drama over bankrupt groups. Politicians have drained the banks and pressurised them into giving loans to powerful groups for their unviable projects. This has been possible mainly for the public sector banks because they are owned by the governments and ruling-party politicians think PSU banks’ money is for them to sequestrate. Among many such examples, both Jet Airways and Bhusan Steels, one closed down the other’s state unknown, are large scale defaulters now. Bhusan Steel’s unpaid dues are reported to be close to Rs 50,000 crore to public sector banks. Yet in most cases of such defaults, it is easy to detect how these promoters have got funds from banks through their political links. There are many other issues before the country which the next government should deal with on a priority basis. But these three are the uppermost and have been political bombshells. These are too serious to be left unattended. (The views expressed are strictly personal)last_img read more

WestJet releases its fourth quarter numbers

Companies in this story: (TSX:WJA) CALGARY — WestJet Airlines Ltd. says it earned $29.2 million in its fourth quarter, down from $47.8 million in the same period a year earlier.The Calgary-based airline says the profit amounted to 26 cents per diluted share for the three months ended Dec. 31, compared with 41 cents per diluted share in the fourth quarter of 2017.Revenue in the last three months of 2018 totalled $1.19 billion, up from $1.12 billion a year earlier.Analysts on average had expected a profit of 13 cents per share for the quarter and revenue of $1.19 billion, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.For the full year, WestJet says it earned $91.5 million or 80 cents per diluted share, down from $279.1 million or $2.38 per diluted share in 2017.Revenue totalled $4.73 billion for 2018, up from $4.51 billion. The Canadian Press read more

ExMalaysian IGP says LTTE ideology and network still prevails

The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) which was involved in decades of bloodshed in Sri Lanka may have been defeated but its ideology still prevails and its sympathisers are still around, said former Malaysian Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan.Hence, the group’s ideology and supporters still posed a threat in any country, including Malaysia, Musa told Bernama in an exclusive interview. The LTTE terror campaign received moral support and funding from many including the Tamil diaspora who sympathised with the Tamil community in the country. “It’s very likely that the LTTE ideology is still alive, similar to that of the communists, ideologies will not just disappear, and every extremist group is a threat to our country. “Now, even though its leader Prabhakaran is dead, I believe their networks still exist,” he said. (Colombo Gazette) Ramasamy has denied this and said that he was only involved in peacemaking efforts between the Sri Lankan government and the LTTE.Musa said in 2004 and 2005, Malaysian police arrested six Malaysians with professional backgrounds, such as lawyers and accountants, for their involvement with the LTTE.“I received information from the Sri Lankan police then that the group was collecting funds and was assisted by our people, so we had to take action,” he said. The LTTE, led by V Prabhakaran, started a separatist movement to create the Tamil Eelam autonomous region in the north of the island claiming that the Sinhalese-majority group suppressed the Tamil minority in the country. Musa said the threat posed by the LTTE should not be taken lightly as the United States and the United Nations listed them as a terrorist group and it was also banned in Malaysia and 32 other countries.Recently Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P Ramasamy was hit by a barrage of criticisms over his alleged involvement with the LTTE. read more

UN rights chief alarmed by upsurge in attacks against civilians in Syrias

Since December, the intensified ground-based bombardment of the city, located in the north-west of the country, coupled with a series of attacks by non-State actors, has led to numerous civilian casualties and left close to a million people, including hundreds of thousands of displaced people, in an extremely vulnerable situation, her statement explained.“Large numbers of civilians, including hundreds of thousands of displaced people, in Idlib and northern Aleppo are living an intolerable existence,” said Ms. Bachelet.“They are trapped between the escalation of hostilities and bombardment on the one hand, and, on the other, are forced to live under the extremist rule of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and other extremist fighters who regularly carry out targeted killings, abductions and arbitrary detention.” The High Commissioner called on “all parties involved, as well as external governments with influence, to ensure that the protection of civilians is held paramount in the planning and execution of all military operations in accordance with international law”.Idlib and areas of northern Hama and western Aleppo governorates, are part of a “demilitarized buffer zone” but, for over two months, violence has escalated again, including an increase of infighting amongst non-State actors and in the use of improvised explosive devices in areas they control, including by the extremist group, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.While the UN human rights office (OHCHR) notes that a comprehensive count of civilian casualties has not been possible, some of the most recent incidents include: 11 civilians killed and nine injured on 29 January following a ground-based bombardment in a residential and market area; 11 civilians killed by shelling in different areas on 12 February; at least nine killed and nine injured on 15 and 16 February in Khan Shaykun in southern Idlib; 16 civilians killed and more than 70 injured on Monday by two explosive devices in the Qusour neighbourhood of Idlib.The list of fatalities includes a high number of women and children.“I urge all the parties involved to, first and foremost, ensure that civilians themselves, and civilian infrastructure, are protected as required by international humanitarian and international human rights law,” the High Commissioner said.”The principles of distinction, proportionality and precaution must be fully respected, and military objects must not be placed in the vicinity of civilians,” she added.Ms. Bachelet also expressed concern about the well-being of some 20,000 people who fled ISIL-controlled areas in eastern Deir-ez-Zor Governorate in recent weeks and are now being held in makeshift camps for displaced persons run by Kurdish armed groups.According to OHCHR, these include the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), who are reported to be preventing IDPs from leaving the camps in what appears to amount to deprivation of liberty.She added she remains “particularly concerned” about the situation of some 200 families, including many women and children, who are reportedly trapped in the tiny area still under the control of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and are apparently being actively prevented from leaving by ISIL.The UN rights chief said they “continue to be subjected to intensified air and ground-based strikes by the US-led coalition forces and their SDF allies on the ground”.”Civilians continue to be used as pawns by the various parties,” Ms. Bachelet lamented, calling on responsible parties “to provide safe passage to those who wish to flee, while those wish to remain must also be protected as much as possible”.“They should not be sacrificed to ideology on the one hand, or military expediency on the other. If protecting civilian lives means taking a few more days to capture the last fraction of land controlled by ISIL, then so be it,” she stated. read more

Ezekiel Elliott explodes for 274 yards Ohio State holds on for 3427

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – With No. 1 Ohio State’s offense struggling and the team trailing in the second half, the thought of an upset was very much alive in the minds of the home crowd at Indiana.Running back Ezekiel Elliott was sure to put an end to that talk.The junior rushed for 243 yards in the second half, including touchdown runs of 55, 65 and 75 yards, and the Buckeyes (5-0, 1-0) held off the Hoosiers (4-1, 0-1) in the final seconds to grab a 34-27 victory.“In games like this, big plays are what’s going to spark the team,” Elliott said. “The O-line did a great job blocking, and they made it easy for me.”Redshirt junior wide receiver Michael Thomas said after the game that the team was happy to take the victory, but knew it would have to improve as Big Ten play wears on.“It’s the start of Big Ten ball, and it’s great to win on the road in a tough environment, but we’re a little bit down, we’re going to get it corrected and bounce back,” Thomas said.After the first 11 plays of the game resulted in minimal yardage, Indiana got going with a 12-yard screen pass to junior running back Jordan Howard on third down. Maintaining an uptempo, hurry-up offense, the Hoosiers brought the ball into the red zone, but OSU stood strong to hold them on third down. A 34-yard kick by redshirt sophomore Griffin Oakes was good, giving Indiana a 3-0 lead.The first quarter for OSU featured just one first down, while being outgained by the Hoosiers 114-36 and outscored 3-0.The Hoosiers picked up at the OSU 25-yard line to begin the second quarter and used a pair of 3rd-and-8 conversions to get the ball to the three. From there, sophomore running back Devine Redding pounded the ball in with a couple of carries, putting Indiana up 10-0 early in the second quarter.“We were just killing ourselves,” Elliott said. “We weren’t giving ourselves a shot, and that’s something we’ve been doing all season and we have to eliminate that.”The Buckeyes finally got on the board on their next drive as passes of 26 yards to redshirt senior tight end Nick Vannett and 21 yards to junior H-back Dontre Wilson helped get the ball to the Indiana 5-yard line. However, the drive stalled from there, forcing OSU to settle for a field goal and a 10-3 deficit.After a fumble by redshirt sophomore H-back Jalin Marshall stopped OSU’s chance to tie the game, the Hoosiers were unsuccessful on three plays inside their own 20-yard line.Instead of punting, however, Indiana coach Kevin Wilson called for a fake punt, which was blown up by redshirt junior linebacker Joe Burger for a loss. The Buckeyes were unable to find the end zone despite starting at the Indiana 13-yard line, but redshirt senior Jack Willoughby converted his second field goal to make the score 10-6.After stopping a nine-play Indiana drive from resulting in a score, OSU embarked on a nine-play drive of its own. Junior running back Ezekiel Elliott found the end zone on a screen pass, but an illegal block on redshirt senior H-back Braxton Miller negated the score. After a sack and a fumbled snap, OSU was forced to settle for a 43-yard field goal — which clanked off the right upright to keep the score 10-6 at the half.Jones completed 13 of 17 passes in the first half for 200 yards, but the Buckeyes managed just 14 total rushing yards. The Buckeyes were hindered by three penalties for 47 yards but outgained the Hoosiers 214-169, including 178-55 in the second quarter.After OSU’s first drive of the second half resulted in a three-and-out, Elliott took matters into his own hands on the next one.Following a rush of 14 yards by Miller on the first play, Elliott ran eight yards before exploding for a 55-yard scoring run to give the Buckeyes their first lead, 13-10.Elliott took the carry up the middle before veering to his left and outrunning the Hoosier defense down the field before diving for the pylon.The OSU defense continued to stand strong with the lead in hand, not allowing the Hoosiers to gain a yard on three straight offensive possessions.After getting the ball to the red zone with a chance to pad its lead after the third straight three-and-out, however, Jones’ pass was intercepted by Indiana sophomore linebacker Tegray Scales and taken to midfield. On the next play, sophomore quarterback Zander Diamont — in the game in place of injured starter Nate Sudfeld — found sophomore receiver Simmie Cobbs Jr. for 28 yards.Two plays later, Diamont and Cobbs again connected, this time for 13 yards into the red zone. A play later, the Hoosiers retook the lead with an 11-yard run by Redding — his second score of the day.Redding, seeing an increased workload because of an injury sustained by Howard — who came into the game leading the nation in rushing — finished with just 45 yards on 30 carries, but added the two scores.Down by four, Elliott again changed the direction of the game.On a 4th-and-short from the Buckeyes’ own 35-yard line, Elliott took a shotgun handoff from Jones and exploded up the middle, going mostly untouched in a 65-yard touchdown run.“It was a great call, a great scheme by the offense, and I really didn’t have to do much but outrun the (defensive backs) to score,” Elliott said.One play into the fourth quarter, the Buckeyes found another way to find the end zone as Jones lofted a pass 23 yards to an open Thomas. The score was the fourth touchdown catch of the year for the redshirt junior and gave OSU a two-score cushion.Marshall’s second fumble of the game gave the Hoosiers the ball back at midfield, which they turned into a 34-yard field goal to make the score 27-20.While Marshall was the game’s leading receiver with six catches for 110 yards, OSU coach Urban Meyer said after the game that his tendency to fumble is something that has “got to change.”“We’re turning the ball over at an alarming rate, and that’s obviously a difference in the game and at some point that’s going to bite you,” Meyer said.With the crowd starting to get loud again, Elliott put a stop to the momentum yet again, carrying it 75 yards for his third score of the day on the first play following Indiana’s field goal.“We like to have big plays,” redshirt junior guard Pat Elflein said. “We did that last year too, big passes or big runs. We thrive off those big plays.”Elliott finished with 274 yards rushing on 23 carries, a career high and more than enough for his 10th consecutive game of more than 100 yards on the ground. The rushing total was tied for the second most in a single game in OSU history.Refusing to go down quietly, Diamont rolled out to the outside and ran 79 yards on Indiana’s first play of the drive to bring the score back to a one-touchdown margin.OSU stuck to the ground on its next two drives, barely moving the ball and giving Indiana a pair of chances to tie or take the lead.The first drive resulted in a three-and-out, but the Hoosiers were able to move the ball on their second try, getting as far as the OSU 5-yard line with less than a minute left.OSU stuffed a first-down run by Redding before a false start penalty. Now needing 10 yards to keep the game alive, Diamont’s second-down pass was knocked away and a third-down run only went for a yard.With one more chance to tie the game or take the lead, the snap sailed over Diamont’s head, forcing him to run back 20 yards and heave a desperation pass into the end zone, which was knocked away to seal the victory.“We knew they only had nine seconds so they’re going to have to chuck it up, and we have to bat the ball down,” junior safety Vonn Bell said. “It’s a sense of relief that the defense, they stood up and took the challenge, and that’s a good sign right there.”Jones finished 18-of-27 for 245 yards, one touchdown and one interception.OSU outgained Indiana, 517-402, though Indiana led 21-13 in first downs.The Buckeyes are next set to return home to face Maryland on Oct. 10. Kickoff is set for noon at Ohio Stadium. OSU players before a game against Indiana in Bloomington, Indiana. OSU won 34-27. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Photo Editor read more

ANT1s Fourth Annual Photography Competition 2013

first_imgThe satellite channels of Greek television network ANT1 present the 4th annual photography competition for 2013, entitled ‘Greece through your eyes’. The organisers are inviting Greeks from abroad to take part and become representatives of Greece and to highlight its beauty, warmth and atmosphere. For the third year in a row, acclaimed photographer Harris Christopoulos will be judging the best photo, presenting the winner with the title of ‘Photographer of 2013’. The winner will receive five nights accommodation at a five star hotel for two people in Greece, including airfares. The second title up for grabs is ‘Most Liked Photo 2013’. The contestants vote online through the competition’s website for the photograph they like best. The one that receives the greatest number of likes will be the winner of the title and an iPad Mini 2. All successful photo entries will be displayed in special exhibitions in Greece and abroad, presented by ANT1 Satellite, ANT1 Pacific and ANT1 Europe. For more information about the competition visit: Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Une pollution aux hydrocarbures décelée en Méditerranée

first_imgUne pollution aux hydrocarbures décelée en MéditerranéeFrance – La Préfecture de l’Aude a annoncé la découverte d’une nappe d’hydrocarbures en Méditerranée, au large de Port-la-Nouvelle et de Leucate. Aucun risque de propagation au littoral ne serait à craindre. C’est un pêcheur qui a décelé cette pollution maritime et l’a signalée lundi matin à la Brigade Nautique de Gendarmerie. Cette nappe serait longue d’un kilomètre environ et large de cinq à six mètres.”De légères irisations d’hydrocarbures ont été observées par la SNSM (Société nationale de sauvetage en mer) et la Brigade Nautique, dépêchées immédiatement en reconnaissance sur la zone. Un vent de secteur nord-est pousse ces traces d’irisation vers le large” a indiqué la préfecture de l’Aude dans un communiqué, avant de préciser que “tout risque de pollution sur le littoral est écarté”.L’origine de cette pollution est encore inconnue et comme l’a assuré la préfecture, la nappe est sérieusement surveillée par les services de l’État. Le 22 mars 2010 à 16:15 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

San Siro in indescribable Lautaro Martinez

first_imgThe Argentinean striker believes the atmosphere surrounding Inter Milan’s stadium ahead of the match against Barcelona in the Champions LeagueItalian Lega Serie A club Internazionale Milan will host Spanish La Liga side Barcelona tonight in the UEFA Champions League.And the San Siro Stadium will feature more than 75,000 supporters in what can be a new Italian revenue record.The young Argentinean forward was quoted by Football Italia saying how the atmosphere surrounding today’s match is special.Stefano Sensi, inter milanReport: Inter go top with win over Udinese George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Inter Milan are top of Serie A after beating Udinese to make it three wins out of three.Antonio Conte’s career at Inter Milan, could…“San Siro is indescribable, unique, fantastic,” Martinez said.“You feel a respect, a participation that cannot be found anywhere else.”“When you hear the fans singing the anthem it fires you up like crazy, you feel like the shirt you’re wearing is a second skin,” he concluded.Martinez joined Inter this summer, after spending three years in Argentina’s Racing Club.last_img read more

GHMC HMDA miss Haritha Haram targets

first_imgHyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA), Suryapet and Sangareddy districts are lagging all others in the plantation of the saplings under the ongoing Telanganaku Haritha Haram (THH) programme. According to the State Forest Department’s progress report on the ongoing plantation of saplings till Wednesday evening was GHMC 10.837 lakh as against 250 lakhs. As far as HMDA is concerned, they had planted 24.150 as against 580 lakh plants. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us These two are the second poor performers in the entire State with only two more districts — Suryapet and Sangareddy. While Suryapet achieved a cumulative percentage of 3.5 against the target, Sangareddy has recorded 3.86 per cent against the target of the plantation of saplings. The State has fixed a target of planting about 83 crore saplings. Against this, the overall plantation across the State has already crossed its target and the total number of saplings planted as on Wednesday had touched a cumulative percentage of 10.35 per cent against the given target. Also Read – Non-bailable warrant to Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury Advertise With Us Medchal district has recorded planting of the highest number of saplings achieving a cumulative percentage of 48.36, which is highest in the State. Of the 34 districts, including the GHMC and HMDA areas, 12 districts have recorded less than 10 per cent of cumulative percentage against the target. In 11 districts the progress of plantation under the programme is between 10.5 to 20 per cent. Advertise With Us Bhadradri Kottagudem with 30.43 per cent has stood in the second position after Medchal which stood in the first place achieving a cumulative percentage of 48.36 saplings planted against the target is given to the district. Warangal Rural and Narayanpet districts have recorded more than cumulative percentage of 20 with 24.98 and 20.98 per cent, respectively. The data also throws light on another important aspect that except the districts represented by three in the council of ministers in Telangana the flagship programme in the districts represented by all others achieved a cumulative percentage of less than 10 per cent. Chamakura Malla Reddy, the minister who comes from the Medchal, has recorded the highest and stood first in the State. He is followed by the A Indrakaran Reddy from Nirmal district which has recorded 15.05 per cent and Koppula Eshwar from Dharmapuri Assembly segment of Jagital district standing in the third position recording a cumulative achievement of 13.91 per cent of saplings planted against the target given. All other districts, including the districts and areas from where Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali and other ministers come from showed a cumulative achievement of less than 10 per cent of the target of sapling plantation.last_img read more

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Xenion pupils on 30hour work fast to raise awareness of poverty

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