Parma have officially completed the signing of Mattia Sprocati from SS Lazio.The midfielder will join up with the newly promoted Serie A side on loan but the club have option to make the deal a permanent one. Sprocati signed a new five-year deal with the eternal city club back in June, after spending time on loan with Salernitana, which also owned by current Lazio president Claudio Lotito.“S.S Lazio announces it has sold the player Mattia Sprocati to Parma Calcio 1913 on loan with an option to buy,” a brief statement on the Aquile’s website confirms, as quoted by Football Italia.Parma’s coach is delighted after Sunday’s win Manuel R. Medina – September 2, 2019 According to Parma manager, Roberto D’Aversa, the team played well even after having so many difficulties in the first half of the match.Sprocati was on Parma’s books from 2012 to 2015, but he never made an appearance and was released when the club went bankrupt. The Ducali also confirmed the signing of Alessandro Deiola from Cagliari on a straight loan deal.Parma are back in the top tier of Italian football after suffering relegation to the Serie C, the third-tier of Italian football after the club went into administration due to bankruptcy.
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp is full of praise for midfielder James Milner as he is set to make his 500th Premier League appearance against Bournemouth on Saturday.Milner will reach the milestone when he lines up against Bournemouth on Saturday, and Klopp was proud of the feat and has praised his vice-captain.“He started early! That makes it possible to have 500,” Klopp told the club’s website.“He’s a fantastic professional – that gives you the opportunity as well. A few players had the same length of career but were not always available. Millie deserves that number.Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“It’s typical of him that he sets another standard for a lot of other players. He’s so important. He’s a role model in the dressing room, a proper English professional in the best understanding.“He helps me a lot, of course, with his attitude. He is really smart. It’s nice to have him around. He played different positions for us and always did well, even if he didn’t like it. He’s a fantastic player.”
Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Recommended for you #MagneticMediaNews Related Items:#magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppKingston, Jamaica, December 19, 2016 – Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. Karl Samuda, has charged members of the Trade Facilitation Task Force to explore strategies that will enable the country to become more competitive within the Caribbean region and globally.“We must collectively… concentrate immediately without delay on ways of reducing our charges at the port of entry… to remove bureaucracy from the process of both importing and exporting. I happen to believe that an importer of raw material for the purpose of converting agricultural produce into agro-industry should be at the head of the line,” he said.Minister Samuda was addressing a meeting with members of the body held at the Ministry’s offices in New Kingston recently. He urged them to be specific in their recommendations and set time frames for which the measures should be achieved. “By so doing, I think the task force can make the greatest contribution with all players on board,” he said.The task force, established under the National Competitiveness Council in the Ministry, is charged with improving the business environment in order to boost trade and enable the country to fully meet its obligations under the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Trade Facilitation.Minister Samuda said the work of the body is critical to achieving economic growth. He urged that stronger linkages be forged with the critical Ministries and Departments, in order to achieve its objectives as well as redound to the overall benefit of the country.In the meantime, Minister Samuda said agro-processing “is the modern way to go” in order to retain the value of the goods that are produced locally. He said the role of JAMPRO is critical in maximising the benefit from agro-processing. “So, it is JAMPRO who must introduce our manufacturers to lucrative markets, not just to get investors to come in and invest but also to search out lucrative markets,” he argued.For her part, Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service, Hon. Fayval Williams, urged the task force “to leave no stone unturned” in ensuring that the country’s trade-facilitation processes and systems are modernised and in keeping with 21st -century best practices. “This is critical if we are to benefit from the renewed global investor confidence and the improved ranking from international rating agencies,” she said.Trade facilitation is an integrated approach to reducing complexities and cost of trade transactions and ensuring that all these activities take place in an efficient, transparent and predictable manner. ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo
Related Items: SUNSET: 5:20PM THU SUNRISE: 6:33 AM FRI MOONSET: 9:42 PM THU MOONRISE: 11:17 AM FRILOW TIDE: 5:11 PM THU HIGH TIDE: 11:03 PM THU LOW TIDE: 5:02 AM FRI HIGH TIDE: 11:22 AM FRI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, November 23, 2017 – Nassau – THIS IS THE BAHAMAS PUBLIC FORECAST FOR 12:00 PM THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT THURSDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 2017.GENERAL SITUATION: A SURFACE TO LOW LEVEL TROUGH ACROSS THE CENTRAL BAHAMAS WILL CONTINUE TO AFFECT THE BAHAMAS AS IT DRIFTS NORTHWARD. MEANWHILE A WEAK PRESSURE PATTERN WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE AREA.FOR THE NORTHWEST AND CENTRAL BAHAMASWEATHER: PARTLY SUNNY AND WARM BUT CLOUDY PERIODS AND SCATTERED SHOWERS OR ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS MAINLY IN VICINITY OF THE TROUGH TODAY AND TONIGHT. FAIR AND WARM ELSEWHERE TONIGHT.ADVISORY: BOATERS SHOULD BE ALERT FOR GUSTY WINDS AND HIGHER SEAS IN OR NEAR HEAVY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.WINDS: EAST-SOUTHEAST TO SOUTH-SOUTHEAST AT 10 KNOTS OR LESS, BUT SHIFTING SOUTH-SOUTHEAST TO SOUTH-SOUTHWEST AT 10 KNOTS OR LESS TONIGHT.SEAS: 1 TO 3 FEET OVER THE OCEAN. FOR THE SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS AND THE TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS WEATHER: PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARM WITH FEW SCATTERED SHOWERS OR A POSSIBLE ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM TODAY THROUGH TONIGHT.ADVISORY: BOATERS SHOULD BE ALERT FOR GUSTY WINDS AND HIGHER SEAS IN OR NEAR HEAVY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.WINDS: EAST TO SOUTHEAST AT 10 KNOTS OR LESS OVER OPEN WATERS.SEAS: 1 TO 3 FEET OVER THE OCEAN. WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY: A WEAK PRESSURE PATTERN WILL REMAIN OVER THE AREA WITH UNSETTLED WEATHER FROM TROUGHING CONTINUING OVER THE NORTHWEST AND CENTRAL BAHAMAS.TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK: THE TROPICS REMAIN QUIET AND TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED THROUGH THE NEXT 5 DAYS. DAYTIME HIGH TEMPERATURE 85°F 30°COVERNITE LOW TEMPERATURE 72°F 22°C FORECASTER: G. GREENE/ss Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
This morning, the Reader’s Digest Association and parent company RDA Holding Co. announced that Paul R. Tomkins is set to succeed Tom Williams as executive vice president and chief financial officer with the company. Tomkins is also slated to join RDA’s management executive committee. Tomkins will start his new position on May 23, joining RDA from the non-publishing sector where he was vice president controller of AT&T’s Business Solutions.Former CFO Williams became RDA president and CEO when Mary Berner parted ways with the company in late April. After Berner’s departure, Randall Curran, CEO of telecommunications company DELTACOM, Inc., filled her position as chairman of the RDA board.This announcement trails shortly after RDA announced its first quarter financials. Overall revenue in the first quarter of 2011 was $326 million, falling from $413.9 million in the first quarter of 2010 (during which RDA emerged from bankruptcy on February 20). From February 20 to March 31, 2010, RDA’s revenue totaled $156.2 million. RDA cites fewer magazine/book renewals, unprofitable product lines and less magazine issues for the revenue loss and for the EBITDA in the first quarter of 2011, which was at negative $25.2 million. In the first quarter of 2010, EBITDA was up at $9.5 million.
Patrick Prince, Goldmine’s editor, says he’s happy to be working with Nashville-based URP Music Distributors, because they’re a leader in indie distribution. “They’re the perfect match for a publication such as Goldmine — a renowned print magazine that has served music collectors for over forty years,” Prince says. “This is a terrific sampling effort to build circulation,” Chelstowski says. “It’s kind of difficult to say where it will go. There are 1,200 independent record stores across the country and we get into half of them — and independent stores are more difficult to get into than those stores that have scale.” For Ray Chelstowski, senior vice president and general manager of F+W Media’s Small Business Group, which owns the title, this is just the beginning. There’s advertising potential, he tells Folio:, and there is interest from various music suppliers in inserts for in-store copies. And, especially, there’s huge growth potential in the fact that millennials have embraced a new love for vinyl records, which drives traffic to record stories and sales of rare collectables. In the partnership, Goldmine extends its reach into more than 600 independent record stores, about half of the total independent stores in the country. And URP Music gives its customers — music retailers — an added source of value for their customers in the form of access to a highly respected authority on record collecting. “Goldmine is an amazing brand,” Chelstowski says. “It plays a unique, critical role in the recorded music ecosystem, informing and connecting the music buying and collecting community. We have a great partner in URP to get this special issue of Goldmine into more independent stores April 22 for Record Store Day.” Goldmine announced the partnership with URP through promotional materials that were sent to participating Record Store Day stores as part of a “starter kit.” An advertising sales relationship and subscription promotion is also part of the agreement Goldmine, the media brand for music collectors, announced a new nationwide distribution partnership with URP Music Distributors that’s timed to launch on Record Store Day, April 22. Launched in 1974, Goldmine is the largest marketplace for music collectibles and music memorabilia covering all genres, with an emphasis on the rock and roll era.
See All Preview • iPhone XS is the new $1,000 iPhone X reading • This huge self-improvement ebook bundle is a steal at $15 $999 Share your voice See It $999 Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. See it Amazon Apple Boost Mobile CNET may get a commission from retail offers. The Cheapskate Apple iPhone XS Sprint These are just seven of the 22 books included in Humble’s amazing self-improvement ebook collection. Humble New year, new you, am I right? You’re going to eat better. Learn to meditate. Maybe even train for your first marathon.Lofty goals, to be sure, but commendable ones. If you need help getting started with any or all of them, you’ve come to the right ebook bundle. For just $15, you can get the entire Humble Book Bundle: Blood, Sweat and New Year’s by Callisto. See it at HumbleActually, you can get the first seven books in the collection for just $1. The next tier (seven more books) unlocks at $8. But at $15, you net all 22 titles, which have a combined value of $168.Best of all, a portion of your payment goes to Little Free Library and your choice of several thousand other charities.The books here cover a wide range of self-improvement topics: Overcoming anxiety, practicing mindfulness, building mental toughness, learning pilates, learning yoga, cooking clean, cooking keto and so on. You’ll also learn to train for that marathon, build strength via bodyweight exercises and stretch to keep your body feeling young.All the titles are provided DRM-free and in your choice of formats: Epub, Mobi or PDF. You can read them pretty much wherever and however you like. (Just take note that if you want to read on, say, your phone or a Kindle, there’s a bit of hoop-jumping involved.)I love this deal. For about the price of two to three self-improvement books, you get nearly two dozen and help worthy causes at the same time.Your thoughts?Bonus deal: It’s 2019, and Apple’s AirPower charging pad is still MIA. Fear not: You can charge your iPhone and Apple Watch at the same time and for a lot less money.No, this isn’t Apple’s long-awaited AirPower. It’s a third-party product that can charge your Apple Watch and phone simultaneously — for $25. iPM For a limited time and while supplies last, Daily Steals has the iPM two-in-one wireless charging pad with Apple Watch charger for $24.99 shipped. That’s after applying promo code CHPSKTPAD at checkout. It’s normally $50, and the last time I ran this, the deal price was $35.See it at Daily StealsThis isn’t one of those Apple Watch pads or stands that just uses your existing charger. It has its own dedicated, built-in Watch charger. Alongside that: a fast-charging (7.5-watt max) Qi pad for your iPhone. (Android users can use it as well, though obviously this is meant for the Apple crowd.) Alas, you’ll have to BYO wall plug.I haven’t tried this myself, so if you happened to grab one the last time around, hit the comments and let me (and your fellow cheapskates) know what like and what you don’t!Bonus deal No. 2: Speaking of wireless charging, are you still using a cord to plug your phone into your mobile charger? How 2017. Why not grab a portable power bank that’s also a Qi charging pad, like this one for $22? Bonus deal No. 3: All the best Black Friday deals are over, right? Nah. You can still get an Amazon Echo Dot (third-gen) for $30 and an Apple HomePod for $250. Granted, the former was $5 less on Black Friday, but it’s still a great buy at that price.CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! Digital Media Mobile Accessories Tags Apple Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Review • iPhone XS review, updated: A few luxury upgrades over the XR Comments $999 Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it 7 See It See It • Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 $999 Best Buy Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Mentioned Above Apple iPhone XS (64GB, space gray)
Spider-Man: Far From Home director talks postcredit scene… How to watch every Marvel Cinematic Universe film in the right order Sphero Spider-Man 2:17 TV and Movies Spider-Man: Far From Home had plenty of Easter eggs to catch if you were paying attention. Sony Pictures Spider-Man: Far From Home wouldn’t be a proper Marvel movie if it wasn’t full of Easter eggs. The subtle references run the gamut from mentions of characters from other Marvel Cinematic Universe films to specific comic book issues related to the film. Here’s a roundup of the Far From Home Easter eggs and what they mean for the MCU.There are plenty of Far From Home spoilers below, so consider this your spoiler warning. Who’s thirsty for Hydro-Man?After the kids survive the Water Elemental’s attack on Venice, one of them mentions a Buzzfeed article reporting on a man named Morris Bench, who has water powers. That’s the same name as Hydro-Man, a Spider-Man villain who can transform his body into water. Bench is considered one of Spidey’s low-tier bad guys who typically runs with groups of other weak villains. BFPPeter’s uncle, Ben Parker, gets mentioned only minimally in the two MCU Spider-Man films, and in Far From Home he only gets a nod when the initials “BFP” appear on a suitcase. The initials reference Uncle Ben’s full name, Benjamin Franklin Parker. In the latest episode of Fat Man Beyond, co-host Mark Bernardin pointed out the suitcase is a metaphor for the “luggage” Peter is carrying over his dead uncle. The “luggage” is then gone by the end of the movie. Earth-616 and 833As referenced in my CNET colleague Roger Cheng’s roundup of our biggest Far From Home WTF questions, Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) says he came from a destroyed Earth-833 to help save Earth-616. Although that proved to be a lie, 616 is the designation for Earth in the Marvel comics. Earth-833 is an alternate universe first mentioned in the Spider-Verse event in the comics as the home of Spider-Man UK. Marvel considers the MCU to be Earth-199999.Betty Brant introduces Phase 4After the “touching” tribute to Tony Stark and Captain America, Betty Brant (Angourie Rice) briefly mentions that “we’re moving on to a new phase of our lives.” The timing is spot on as Phase 4 of the MCU will go beyond the two mainstays in the upcoming films. For those wondering about Brant herself, in the comics, she’s J. Jonah Jameson’s (J.K. Simmons) secretary and one of Peter Parker’s love interests before marrying Mary-Jane Watson. Now with Cap’ out of the way, Chris Evans can return as Johnny Storm. 20th Century Fox More 4? There’s an advertisement with the numbers “1, 2, 3” and the words “Something big is coming” in the background of one of the shots in the first postcredits scene. This could be another reference to MCU’s Phase 4, but the numbers have circles around them. The number 4 with a circle around it is the symbol for the Fantastic Four, which is now a Disney property. Could this be referencing the superhero team coming back for a third time, but this time in the MCU? Or could that ad simply be a regular New York City ad? Dr. Selvig is a TV starDr. Eric Selvig (Stellan Skarsgård) played a major role in the first two Thor films and the first Avengers film. Since then, the astrophysicist appeared on the educational TV series Nova as indicated by the film choices Peter scanned on the flight to Venice. Dr. Selvig is on the display cover for Nova: Einstein Rosen Bridges. Far From Home postcredits scenes, explained Our biggest Far From Home WTF questions Far From Home is a perfect Avengers: Endgame epilogue Preview • Sphero’s new voice-activated Spider-Man toy sure is chatty Tags 26 Photos More Spider-Man 0 “ASM 212” was written on a boat in Venice and is The Amazing Spider-Man #212, which marked the first appearance of Hydro-Man. A partial license plate near the beginning shows “ASM 463,” which would be The Amazing Spider-Man #4 released in 1963 and was the debut of Sandman. Then there’s “ASM 28965,” or The Amazing Spider-Man #28 that featured the first appearance of Molten Man in 1965. For those paying attention, these four comics featuring the first appearance low-tier bad guys also references the four elementals seen in the film: earth, water, wind and fire. There will likely be more Easter eggs when Far From Home is available to purchase for home viewing in the form of deleted scenes and other content from the film. Originally published on July 8.Update, July 15: Adds background details. Share your voice null Now playing: Watch this: Who owns The Daily Bugle?When J. Jonah Jameson reveals on TV that Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is Spider-Man, off to the side is the logo for The Daily Bugle, which contains its URL TheDailyBugle.net. The address leads to nowhere, but a quick check of the domain on WhoIs shows it’s registered to Sony Pictures. Issues with license platesScattered throughout the movie are license plates referencing the comics. One is “AMF-1562” or Amazing Fantasy #15, Spider-Man’s origin comic released in 1962. Another is “TASM-143,” which would be The Amazing Spider-Man #143. That issue introduced the Cyclone, a low-tier bad guy, but also had a cameo of Gwen Stacy who was killed off in the comics years prior. This would be one of several issues setting up the introduction of the Jackal who cloned both Gwen Stacy and Spider-Man.
About the ambulances, Hasina asked the health ministry to create a maintenance fund during the formulation of the ministry’s annual budget so that minor repair works of those can be done timely.She stressed the need for introduction of river ambulance services for the country’s islands and Haor regions.Noting that her government is taking the healthcare services to the doorsteps of people, the prime minister directed all concerned to concentrate on ensuring the health services.She said directives have already been given to the housing and public works ministry to build multistoried building at Upazila level where physicians and other officials could stay there paying rents.Hasina underscored the need for creating more gastroenterologists as the country has few physicians in this field.The prime minister focused on creating a trust fund for the community clinics so that no one can halt its activities in the future as the BNP-Jamaat government did. The BNP-Jamaat government had taken a suicidal step by closing the clinics. “If they come to power, they will shut down it again,” she said.Health and family welfare minister Mohammad Nasim, state minister Zahid Maleque, health services division secretary Md Serajul Huq Khan and director general for health services professor Abul Kalam Azad also spoke on the occasion, liberation war affairs minister AKM Mazammel Huq, prime minister’s adviser HT Imam and state minister for fisheries and livestock Narayan Chandra Chanda present on the occasion.Later, Sheikh Hasina formally handed over dummy keys of seven ambulances to authorities concerned of the Bandaran Sadar Hospital, Upazila Health Complexes of Tungipara in Gopalganj, Rajibpir in Kurigram district, Fultala in Khulna, Kendua in Netrakona, Kaliakoir in Gazipur district and the National Institution of Cardiovascular Diseases in Dhaka.A total of 60 ambulances of Japan’s Toyota brand procured at a cost of Tk 4.1 million each would be handed over this month, while 38 more such ambulances will be handed over next month.The ambulances were procured with the fund of the revenue budget of the health services division under the health ministry to further improve the health services. Prime minister Sheikh Hasina handed over the keys of ambulances to 98 government hospitals, upazila health complexes and health institutions at her office on Thursday. Photo: Focus BanglaVoicing displeasure at the unwillingness of government physicians to stay at hospitals in the country’s remote areas, prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said if one fails to stay in his or her posted area then he or she may quit job paving the path for fresh recruitment, reports UNB.”If they leave their workplace (remote hospitals), then they should discontinue their job. They can earn huge money if they carry out private practice staying in Dhaka. They may quit their job. We’ll then go for fresh recruitment,” she said.The prime minister further said, “When we appoint new doctors, and give them posting at the upazila-level hospitals, they don’t stay there. This problem appears in case of government jobs. Whenever we post them, they somehow manage to return to or stay in Dhaka.”Sheikh Hasina said this ahead of the handover of the keys of ambulances to 98 government hospitals, upazila health complexes and health institutions at a simple ceremony at her office here.She directed the authorities concerned to maintain the standard of education in the country’s medical colleges for building quality physicians.”We’ve set up many medical colleges…but they need to maintain the quality of education. They’ve to look into the matter whether their students are going to be physicians of killing people or saving them,” she said.Mentioning that internet services are now available across the country, the PM said it will be fruitful if the students of the medical colleges can follow the classes and lectures of quality colleges through the internet.She said foreign expert physicians should be allowed to come to the country’s medical institutions for teaching purpose so that local doctors can gather experiences staying with them. “If that can be done, our patients will not require going abroad for medical treatment.”
Bangladesh is among the four nations in South Asia that experienced decline in terror attacks.It has improved four notches to the 25th place among 163 countries with a score of 5.697 on the global terrorism index (GTI) 2018 of the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP).Last year, the country scored 6.181 and ranked 21st, according to IEP, a global think-tank headquartered in Sydney, Australia.Bangladesh is among the four nations in South Asia that have experienced decline in terror attacks and showed improvement in security alongside Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.The GTI is a report published annually by the Institute for the IEP, and was developed by IT entrepreneur and IEP’s founder Steve Killelea.In Southeast Asia, the Philippines and Myanmar recorded the highest number of deaths from terrorism in 2017 since 2002, it observed.Myanmar positioned 24th declining 13 notches than last year with a score of 5.916 out of 10.The three deadliest terror organisations in the Asia-Pacific in 2017 were the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), New People’s Army and Abu Sayyaf Group. ARSA is active in Myanmar and formed following the Myanmar government’s crackdown on the Rohingya population.Afghanistan, Pakistan and India are among the 10 countries most impacted by terrorism, and these were causing deterioration to South Asia’s GTI score.In Bangladesh, the largest recent terrorist attack took place in 2016, when an armed assault in Dhaka left a number of people dead, the report said, adding that IS later claimed the responsibility for the attack.The report by the Australian think-tank emphasised the need for global investment to ensure national security, citing as example measures to prevent violent extremism in Bangladesh.“In Bangladesh, for example, the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund is supporting training in digital literacy among madrasa students, helping promote critical thinking, and limit the traction and dissemination of online fake news and messages,” the report observed.It highlights that threats to cyber security is the new form of terror adopted by extremist organisations, no one of which can exist without funds.“Terrorism has emerged in cyberspace as a natural response to kinetic security responses and traditional military measures,” the report says.“Financial institutions have long been targets of terrorism, and this is true online as well. In the case of the 2016 Bangladesh Bank heist, malicious programme, likely malware sent through an email, was installed on the bank’s computer system.“The malware then collected passwords and usernames, and deleted evidence of its own presence, rendering it virtually invisible. These stolen credentials were then used to access SWIFT, the most secure global money transfer system. $ 81 million was lost in four transactions,” the think-tank said in the report.
X Listen Share Laura Isensee/Houston Public MediaParent and activist Travis McGee addressed a crowd of people at the HISD meeting while the board was in closed session and before a scuffle erupted with police officers. 00:00 /11:16 No matter how you associate politically, it seems fair to say that since the 2016 presidential election, politics have been especially fraught with conflict and seem to be increasingly present on people’s minds.In fact, politics may be so much on people’s mind that it causes them an undue amount of stress similar to anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, according to new research.The research indicates that, following the 2016 election, many individuals have reported intrusive thoughts — and even ritualistic behaviors — associated with anxiety and stress related specifically to the state of politics. And the symptoms are present no matter what party you align with.To find out more, Craig Cohen talks with Sandra Cepeda and Eric Storch from Baylor College of Medicine and learns how this data might be used in the future. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:
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We’ll talk about what many characterize as the abrupt dismissal of Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Gregory Thornton. Also, a conversation with Kristefer Burnett, the newly elected City Council member representing the 8th District. These stories and much more, coming up this evening on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes. Listen at WEAA Live Stream: http://amber.streamguys.com.4020/live.m3u
Kolkata: In a major infrastructure revamp the Calcutta Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) has got a renovated labour room, which will help the hospital authorities provide best quality treatment to the patients.The CMCH authorities have claimed that the labour room has been given a new shape along the lines of what is generally found in some top private hospitals in the country. There has been an infrastructure overhauling at the labour room in the Eden building only to ensure quality treatment. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIt may be mentioned here that after coming to power in the state in 2011, the Mamata Banerjee government has laid great emphasis on quality treatment for infants and expecting mothers, besides others. A series of new schemes have been introduced and several projects have been executed in various state-run medical colleges and hospitals across the state. Banerjee has also instructed the Health department officials to focus on healthcare of newborn babies and their mothers by enhancing infrastructure at the gynecological units of all the hospitals. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedDr Nirmal Maji, who is the Rogi Kalyan Samiti chairman of CMCH, inaugurated the renovated labour room in presence of senior officials of the hospital on Thursday. As many as 14 tables have been put inside the labour room and a 12-bed observation ward has also been thrown open. A 7-bed High Dependency Unit (HDU) has also been installed, which will be extremely handy for the gynecology department. Three stepdown beds have also been put in place. Many new machines have been installed at the department as well. Dr Partha Mukherjee, the head of the department of gynecology, said the newly renovated labour room will enable the hospital authorities cater to the patients in a better way and the patients will be able to avail the best quality treatment here in the hospital. With the innovations, it has turned into a state-of-the-art labour room.
Making resolutions and scheduling actions for New Year is something that everyone aspires for. But, the real challenge is in keeping up the momentum to achieve the goals. Chaotic routines, dwindling will-power or plain laziness tend to succumb to these at some point or the other. However a few steps might help you to achieve the goals you have set for yourself in 2019. Experts list some ways to keep up with your New Year resolutions: Trick your brain and start by familiarising your mind with your resolutions by visualising them. Write down your goals and stick them at some corner you visit often like your bedroom walls or office cubicle. These work as perfect reminders which we often require. This will make you feel more inclined towards your goal without positioning it as a threat to your habits. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfRecharge your spirits and boost yourself with some pep talk by listening to self-help podcasts. When routine wears you down, escape it with motivational and inspirational sessions on podcast platforms. From health to career goals, you will find a countless number of topics on how you can set realistic goals and achieve them. Also, Set practical and achievable goals keeping in mind your budget. Ensure the goals are specific and measurable for example, ‘I want to lose 5 Kgs’ is a better-defined goal which you can work towards than ‘I want to have a figure like some Bollywood actress’. Research well on the place you want to visit and plan the duration and dates for your travel in advance. Book the tickets accordingly and the moment that is done, you will try your best to make that travel happen.
Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. 1 min read This story originally appeared on Engadget Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team has been working on Project Soli since 2015. The gesture-based system uses broad beam radar to detect and capture hand movements, turning them into commands for mobile devices. Until now, though, the tech has been restricted, with some companies — including Facebook — claiming that the high frequency levels required might interfere with existing technology. Now, the FCC has granted a waiver that will allow Soli to operate at higher levels than currently allowed, and therefore continue development as Google originally intended.Related: What’s Happening on The Entrepreneur Index Right NowAccording to the FCC, Soli poses “minimal potential of causing harmful interference,” and it’s even been cleared for use on aircraft. Increasing Soli’s frequency band and power level — which Google says is consistent with European Telecommunications Standards Institute guidance — will improve the tech’s accuracy and range of applications, which at this stage focus on the virtual control of devices such as smart watches, but could in the future bring significant benefits for users with mobility, speech and tactile impairments. January 2, 2019 How Success Happens Listen Now
Travelweek Group Posted by Share Tuesday, November 28, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: AZUL Brazilian Airlines Brazil’s largest airline adds new flights to Florida TORONTO — Azul Brazilian Airlines has expanded its international flight network with new flights from Brazil to Florida.Represented in Canada by AirlinePros as its GSA, the airline has announced new departures from its Fort Lauderdale gateway to Brazil. According to an official statement, this seat capacity increase will be of direct interest to travel industry players that have regular and/or specialized client itinerary requirements for Brazil.“With launch dates starting early in the current winter season, AZUL has now boosted its product offer from North America by 35%,” said Karl Müller, AirlinePros Canada Director. “New routes such as Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Belem (BEL), FLL to Recife (RED), in addition to the Orlando (MCO) to Belo Horizonte (CNF) services will help many travel consultants with itinerary fulfillment.”Fares and inventory have been loaded into all major GDS systems, except for Fort Lauderdale-Recife. Azul offers 7% commission on published international fares and is a full participant in BSP Canada.More news: Venice to ban cruise ships from city centre starting next monthAzul is Brazil’s largest airline in terms of number of cities and departures, offering 755 daily flights to 104 destinations. It has a fleet of 118 aircraft and a network of 197 nonstop routes as of Sept. 30, 2017.
Punit GoenkaZee Network Europe is set to rollout its new Hindi-language general entertainment channel &TV in the UK next month, following recent launches in India and the Middle East.Speaking to DTVE, Punit Goenka, managing director of Zee Entertainment, said that while Zee TV is a “more traditional brand”, free-to-air &TV will focus on more young, edgy and contemporary storytelling that is still “deeply rooted in Indian values.”The &TV channel’s core demographic is 15 to 44 year-old men and women and will feature a combination of acquired and Zee-originated content. The latter will be produced in both India and the UK and other parts of the world to give the channel a “local flavour”.Goenka said that &TV’s rollout in India earlier this month was Zee’s “biggest launch in the last decade”, with ratings climbing from some 90 million impressions to 105 million over the space of two weeks.&TV is now also live pan-regionally in the Middle East, and following the UK launch, Zee plans to take the channel to the US in the second half of the year, rolling it out in around October.Asked whether Zee has plans to launch the channel elsewhere in Europe, or in Africa or Latin America, Goenka said: “We are working with our distribution partners in each of these markets.“Depending on how and when they can launch it, it will be going global eventually. Hopefully by the end of this year, we should be covering the entire footprint, just as Zee TV does.The introduction of the new channel, which was announced at a press conference in London yesterday, is timed to coincide with Zee’s 20-year broadcasting anniversary for its flagship Zee TV channel in the UK and Europe.&TV is due to go live on April 6 and will be available on the Sky platform on channel 795 and the Virgin Media platform on channel 811.