Ambedkar’s front to contest all 48 LS seats in Maha

first_imgMumbai: Dalit leader Prakash Ambedkar on Tuesday said his political front will contest all the 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra, a development which comes as a jolt to efforts of the Congress and NCP to forge a ‘grand alliance’ against the BJP.Making the announcement in Akola district, located around 590 km from here, Ambedkar said no further talks would be held with the Congress to join the anti-BJP coalition. “Several proposals were made for forging an alliance with the Congress but there hit a roadblock. We cannot negotiate further with the Also Read – How a psychopath killer hid behind the mask of a devout laity!Congress leadership,” he told reporters. Asked how many seats his Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi would contest, he said, “We have already announced candidates on 22 seats and will declare the remaining names soon. We will contest 48 seats in Maharashtra.” Ambedkar is likely to contest from Solapur Lok Sabha seat against senior Congress leader and former Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde. BJP’s Sharad Bansode defeated Shinde in the 2014 Lok Sabha poll from Solapur. Also Read – Encounter under way in Pulwama, militant killedPrakash Ambedkar, grandson of the architect of Indian Constitution Dr B R Ambedkar, is founder of the Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh. He forged an alliance earlier with Asaduddin Owaisi-led All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) in Maharashtra and has been holding rallies across state. The consolidation of Dalit and Muslims votes in some pockets, especially in the Vidarbha region, had prompted the Congress and NCP to invite Ambedkar to join their ‘grand alliance’ against the BJP-led NDA.last_img read more

UNbacked agreement outlines main issues on global flu readiness

“We are better prepared for pandemics than ever before. But there is more to be done and we must stay alert for new threats that may be round the corner,” David Nabarro, UN System Influenza Coordinator, told senior officials from more than 70 countries at today’s closing ceremony, a smaller than expected turnout as a result of the recent volcanic ash clouds over Europe and an earthquake in western China. The two-day meeting of the Seventh International Ministers Conference on Animal and Pandemic Influenza – organized around the theme “The Way Forward” – led to the creation of the so-called Hanoi Declaration.The document proposed national measures to more quickly identify new diseases that may cross from animals to humans, and to deploy public health measures promptly against outbreaks, including effective communication between professionals and public, and stronger public health and veterinary systems. It called for focused action at the interface between human, animal and environmental health systems, as well as continued efforts to reduce the extent of H5N1 avian flu and the H1N1 pandemic influenza.“Capacities for countries to work together in response to threats of avian and pandemic influenza have advanced in the last five years: the conference helped to identify areas on which we need to focus to ensure a secure future in the face of emerging diseases,” Dr. Nabarro said in a statement released today.The conference was hosted by the Government of Viet Nam, and co-organized by the United States and the European Union, in partnership with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the World Organization for Animal Health, the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank. 21 April 2010With an estimated 75 per cent of new infectious diseases in humans coming from animals and two new animal-to-human diseases expected to emerge each year, a United Nations-backed health conference in Viet Nam today wrapped up with an agreement to keep a close eye on new diseases that can jump species and cross borders. read more

Three deputy ministers resign from the Government

Three deputy ministers from the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP), announced that they had resigned from the coalition Government today.Deputy Ministers Dr. Sudharshini Fernandopulle, Lasantha Alagiyawanna and Erik Weerawardena said they were resigning from the Government. The three Deputy Ministers are contesting the Parliament election under the United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA). (Colombo Gazette)

Resale homes should carry energy use label by 2019 environmental groups say

OTTAWA – Listing your home for sale in Canada could soon mean you not only have to tell people how much it costs to buy it, but also how much it costs to run it.When 11 provinces and territories signed the Pan Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change in 2016, they agreed to look at requiring all existing buildings to have an energy label outlining how much energy the home or building uses as early as 2019.This week a coalition of environmental groups wrote to the federal government saying Ottawa should set that date as a hard target and help provinces implement a policy that requires the information from a home energy audit be provided when a home is listed for sale.“It’s just another way for a home to be valued and also gives an indication of how energy efficient is this home and what kinds of improvements and therefore cost savings could I be making if I’m going to be buying this home,” Karen Tam Wu, director of the buildings and urban solutions program for The Pembina Institute, told The Canadian Press.The recommendation was one of nearly two dozen the Pembina Institute and nine other environmental organizations made in a letter to Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna this week.A spokeswoman for Carr said when the minister met with his provincial counterparts earlier this week in New Brunswick they endorsed a plan that helps outline how they will meet this and other goals of the framework.However the plan doesn’t mention requiring the information at the time a home is listed for sale.Rather it suggests an online portal will be created in 2019 to start sharing information on building energy use but that full adoption of energy labelling for all buildings including residential homes wouldn’t be required until 2026.Tam Wu stressed making buildings more energy efficient is not just good for the environment, it also creates jobs and drives economic growth.She said Europe is many years ahead of Canada, spurred on by energy prices which are as much as twice what they are in Canada. The new carbon price being implemented nationally next year will add to the economic case for Canadians to make their homes and buildings more efficient as well.The Pembina Institute also points to studies in the United States which have found more energy efficient buildings are more valuable to buyers and renters, meaning sale or rental prices go up when energy use goes down.Pierre Leduc, spokesman for the Canadian Real Estate Association, said the organization has already been working with different federal departments to see how it can help support Canada’s climate change commitments. It is also working on a publication for realtors to provide their clients that discusses energy efficient options for housing.Canada has to reduce annual carbon emissions almost 200 million tonnes to meet its international commitments, which is the equivalent of taking 44 million cars off the road — twice the number of passenger vehicles registered in Canada two years ago.Direct emissions from buildings accounted for about 10 per cent of Canada’s total emissions in 2015. However the environmental coalition points to a 2014 Natural Resources Canada report which found buildings account for one-quarter of Canada’s emissions when both direct and indirect emissions from the generation of the electricity they use are factored in.Buildings are responsible for about one-third of the energy use in the country.Tam Wu said the goal for new construction homes is to make them all zero-net-energy ready by 2030, meaning they are as energy efficient as possible and can produce the majority if not all of the energy they do need on their own, largely from solar panels.The framework intends to have all provinces implement a zero-net-energy building code by 2030.-follow @mrabson on Twitter. by Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press Posted Aug 16, 2017 11:13 am MDT Last Updated Aug 16, 2017 at 3:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email A sold sign is pictured outside a home in Vancouver, B.C., Tuesday, June 28, 2016. A coalition of environmental groups wants to see homes listed for resale in Canada to carry information about how much energy they use. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward Resale homes should carry energy use label by 2019, environmental groups say read more

New technology can help cut mine fatalities VIST Robotics CTO says

first_imgAnton Potapov, Chief Technology Officer at VIST Robotics, thinks technology has a key role to play in reducing the number of fatalities experienced in the mining industry.Potapov said some 77% of all mining accidents resulting in a fatality are tied to human interaction with equipment. With more than 2,500 deaths in 2018 alone, according to the International Mining Fatality Review, that is a lot of avoidable fatalities.“The design of fit for purpose equipment is a very important aspect to be analysed and focusing on this area is an important way to reduce fatalities,” he said.“Now we have technology that allows us to reduce human involvement in a dangerous process. Artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things and robotisation, combined, could turn into what is to be called the ‘intelligent mine’,” he said.VIST Group, a subsidiary of Zyfra Group after a recent $30 million takeover, has some experience in applying this technology. It is a leader in the field of development and implementation of IT and AI in the mining and metallurgical industries, and is involved in the automation of industrial vehicles.“In end-to-end smart mining, you remove all personnel from autonomous operating zone and leave robots to themselves. If you need a person or vehicle in there, you equip them with trackers and every autonomous truck watches them carefully.”This could lead to fatalities dropping to zero, he said.“Moreover, the economic and ecological impact are respectively positive: as the use of self-driving vehicles and smart machines allows to reduce costs, it also allows to cut emissions,” he said.He concluded: “The industrial sector is conservative but, as the benefit is obvious, it is not only about the industry but about the society as we shall support any innovation that can help us to save lives and the environment.”last_img read more

Were being exposed to more radiation than before

first_imgSource: RPIIre/YouTubeIF YOU THOUGHT that the greatest radiation threat to you was Sellafield or nuclear power stations abroad, you’d be wrong.Radon is far more of a risk to people in Ireland. The Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland (RPII) said that less than 1 per cent of the average radiation dose is due to exposure to artificial sources such as Sellafield and Chernobyl.Between 2008 and 2014, the annual exposure for people in Ireland has slightly increased, from 3,950 to 4,037.Notably, the dose from radon has dropped slightly, while thoron in homes has risen.Radiation in IrelandIrish people’s exposure to radiation has been quantified in a report published today by the RPII, which looked at all sources of radiation in the Irish environment and calculated the average annual dose to the population.Natural sources of radioactivity, such as radon, account for 86% of all exposure, while man-made sources contribute approximately 14%. This latter category is dominated by the “beneficial use” of radiation in medicine.Dr Ann McGarry, Chief Executive of the RPII, said:The assessment clearly identifies radon as the primary source of radiation exposure in Ireland. Our radiation dose is high compared to other European countries because of the high levels of radon in this country and some families in Ireland are exposed to extremely high radiation doses in their homes.She explained that exposure to radon is also one of the few sources which can be reduced.The assessment includes the results of a new study of radioactivity in the Irish diet; new data on thoron gas in Irish homes; and an evaluation of medical exposures by the Health Service Executive (HSE).RadonRadon is the principal source of radiation exposure to the Irish population, contributing over 55% to the average radiation dose.Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas and is the second biggest cause of lung cancer after smoking. It is linked to up to 250 lung cancer cases per year in Ireland. Most of the radiation dose from radon is received in people’s homes, but also workplaces.Other sources of radiation, such as fallout from nuclear accidents and weapons tests, or discharges of nuclear or radioactive waste to the environment, remain at very low levels.The full report can be read here.Read: Over 90,000 homes may have ‘dangerous levels’ of radon gas… just 8% have been checked>Read: Ultrasounds could replace radiography for detecting pneumonia in children>last_img read more

Une liste noire des sites pirates dressée aux EtatsUnis

first_imgUne liste noire des sites pirates dressée aux Etats-UnisThe PirateBay, IsoHunt, Megaupload, ou encore Demonoid : le United States Trade Representative (USTR), l’organisme américain chargé de la protection commerce aux États-Unis, a dressé une liste des sites Internet et services en ligne permettant de télécharger ou consulter des contenus protégés par des droits d’auteur.Alors que le projet de loi anti-piratage américain SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), suscite un vif débat outre-Atlantique, le bureau chargé de la protection du commerce au sein de la Maison-Blanche, l’USTR, vient de rendre un rapport dans lequel il recense les outils et services permettant de télécharger ou consulter illégalement des contenus protégés par des droits d’auteur.À lire aussiLe World Wide Web a 30 ans : devons-nous nous inquiéter de son évolution ?Dans cette liste non exhaustive de sites et services en lignes coupables de contrefaçon ou de piratage, sont cités de nombreux sites bien connus, comme The Pirate Bay, IsoHunt, torrentz.eu, Demonoid, Zamunda ou Megaupload. D’autres services moins célèbres sont listés, comme le site Allofmp3, basé en russie, qui vend des MP3 à très bas prix sans reverser de droits aux auteurs, ou le réseau social russe vKontakte, accusé de “faciliter l’accès” à des contenus contrefaits et piratés.L’USTR s’est en outre penché sur les zones géographiques les plus prolifiques en matière d’échange de contenus illégaux. Parmi elles, la Chine, l’Inde, l’Indonésie, l’Équateur, le Paraguay, l’Ukraine, la Colombie, la Thaïlande, le Pakistan ou encore le Mexique. Le but de l’UTSR n’est pas de lancer des poursuites contre ces sites, ni de les sanctionner. Ils ne sont d’ailleurs même pas décrits comme illégaux. Il s’agit pour l’organisme américain de mettre en lumière les sites posant problème, et d’inviter “les autorités responsables dans les juridictions concernées à intensifier leurs efforts pour enquêter sur les états de la piraterie et de la contrefaçon dans ces marchés” lit-on dans le document. Le 23 décembre 2011 à 09:06 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Ore deer attack injure barking dog

first_imgBEND, Ore. (AP) — A Bend, Ore., woman says three deer attacked her barking dog in her small fenced yard, leaving the animal with head wounds and a punctured chest.Tiffany Rounds says she’s used to seeing deer in central Oregon but had never seen them in her backyard before. Her small dog Daisy clearly thought that was inappropriate and went flying out the door, barking.As Rounds told KTVZ on Monday, the six-point buck and two does “immediately started beating her on with their hooves, and then the buck comes and tries to get her with his antlers.”Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Steven George says that whether it’s a dog or a coyote, deer are reacting to a predator that could hurt or even kill them “and so they’re going to be fairly defensive.”Rounds says her vet expects Daisy to make a full recovery from last Thursday’s encounter.last_img read more

First class of veterinarians graduate from UAFColorado State program

first_img“The clinical part, working with actual patients, becomes so important in the third and fourth year of veterinary school,” Hueffer said. “So, they’re like one of the top programs in the country,” Hueffer said. “I discovered I wanted to be a vet when I think I was three years old,” Millman said in a recent interview. “And I think it was when I was seven when I first learned about sled dogs back in Wisconsin, where I grew up, and that I wanted to be a sled dog vet and work the Iditarod.” Hueffer says the students must go to Colorado for those two years, because Alaska just doesn’t have the volume and variety of animal patients, especially livestock, that the students need. But he says they and the other 140 students in this year’s class get plenty of opportunities for hands-on instruction at Colorado State, because agriculture is a big industry in that area. Millman had just completed undergraduate study in Wisconsin when she came to Alaska in 2013 and got a job with Jonrowe. She says she loved it up here, but she wanted to continue with her education and at that time, Alaska’s universities didn’t offer a veterinary-medicine program. Hueffer said, on the other hand, the UAF students get experience working with animals that aren’t available in Colorado, like domesticated wildlife species. Hueffer says that may be part of the reason why all 10 of the UAF students got jobs soon after they got their diplomas. “Shortly after I moved to Alaska,” Millman said, “I heard about this program starting and decided I’d try one more time at applying. And lo and behold! I got in on the first class in 2015.” Hueffer says the UAF-Colorado State program has attracted a lot of attention in Alaska, both from those in the ag industry and those who operate veterinary clinics. Not only because of the quality of instruction, but also the requirement that students spend their first two years in Alaska. Liz Millman is one of the 10 UAF veterinary-medicine students who graduated in May. She plans to specialize in caring for sled dogs, like those that powered Iditarod musher Deedee Jonrowe. The program requires the 10 UAF students to attend their first two years of graduate-level instruction at UAF and their second two at Colorado State. The first graduates of a new veterinary-medicine program offered through the University of Alaska Fairbanks have all been hired to work here in Alaska and the Lower 48. UAF officials say that shows the program is needed to fill a strong demand for veterinarians in Alaska. Liz Millman and the 10 UAF students and program administrators assemble after their May graduation ceremony on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins, Colo. (Photo courtesy of Cathy Griseto) Then she learned UAF was setting one up, through a partnership with Colorado State University. “For example, the students get opportunities to work with reindeer at the Large Animal Research Station,” he said. “So, they do not only work with cows and other normal livestock.” “In the state, we have two I would small pockets of what one would consider an industry, in Palmer and Delta,” Hueffer said. “And those are relatively small, compared to other states that have veterinary schools. I mean, in Colorado, ranching is huge.” Karsten Hueffer heads up the program. He’s the associate dean of veterinary medicine at UAF, and he says the university was fortunate to link-up with Colorado State. “Quite a few clinic owners that I talk to, they sometimes struggle with getting people from Outside come up, not knowing what they’re getting themselves into – and then minus 40 hits and they can’t get out of here quick enough,” Hueffer said. Liz Millman, right, and dog handler Maren Johnson pick up sled dogs flown in to Nome for a veterinarian check-up during a recent Iditarod. Millman carried out many of these kinds of tasks over the past five years as a volunteer for the Iditarod’s returned dog program. (Photo courtesy of Davin Gilmore)last_img read more

Maulana Azad National Urdu University offers to help mainstream

first_imgJubilee Hills: Maulana Azad National Urdu University is keen to play a role in facilitating the mainstreaming of madarsas. The university also plans to provide MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) in Urdu thereby ensuring its access to Urdu population. Dr Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, the Vice-Chancellor of MANUU expressed these views on Wednesday while inaugurating roundtable discussions on the draft National Education Policy (NEP), 2019. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us Dr Parvaiz expressed satisfaction over the fact that MANUU succeeded in increasing the women enrolment ratio in recent years, which is one of the thrust areas of the draft policy. Reiterating the importance of mother tongue in education, he stressed the need to promote Urdu at school level to overcome the issues of not finding suitable candidates in the reserved categories. To make MANUU more inclusive, there is a need to introduce Urdu at schools. Moreover, madarsa graduates must be given a formal lateral entry opportunity at college or university level. Also Read – Parts of Hyderabad witness heavy rainfall Advertise With Us If MOOCs is not made available in Urdu then Urdu and its speakers will lag behind others in terms of education, Dr Parvaiz pointed out. Prof Ayub Khan, Pro Vice-Chancellor, chaired the inaugural session on ‘Teacher Education with specific reference to Urdu speaking masses.’ Education Policy shapes the future of the country. Draft policy shall be studied and comprehended thoroughly, he opined. Dr M A Sikandar, Registrar, while speaking on the proposed reforms, suggested to avoid over-regulation. Advertise With Us Earlier, Prof Mohd Shahid, convenor for session I, pointed out that MANUU was consulted in July 2015 too, when the process of NEP was initiated. MANUU had sent a detailed report to MHRD on bridging gender and social gap through the new policy. Dr Afroz Alam, convenor of the second session, set the tone by raising serious doubts on implications of the policy. He described the NEP as a brilliant document which provides a lot of scope to doubt the intention. Prof V Sudhakar, chairman of the session, advised all to look at the new policy in its proper context. It should be read along with the other policies of the government. Prof G Ramesh, co-chair, welcomed the draft and said that it has given due importance to the question of teacher education. MANUU shall take the lead to implement it, especially with regard to madarsas. Prof V Venkaiah chaired the third session on ‘Optimal Learning Environment and Support for Students under Higher Education with specific reference to ODL student.’ Prof P F Rahman, Director I/c, DDE, was the convener. Prof Venkaiah in his powerpoint presentation dealt with the nuances of ODL system and the impact of new policy on it. A large number of faculty members and eminent educationists participated in the discussions held at the Conference Hall, Administrative Building. (INN)last_img read more

Plot to grab four houses in Dhaka

first_imgHouse No. 140, Motijheel police station building at Motijheel commercial area.A plot drawn up by vested quarters to occupy four state-owned houses in the capital, has been foiled.A Pakistani citizen was brought to Bangladesh so he could take over as the owner of these houses. He was speedily issued a birth certificate and passport to facilitate his taking possession of the property.Vice chairman of Beximco Group Salman F Rahman aided and abetted the Pakistani citizen Waqar Ahmed in this dubious plan.One of the houses is Sada Bahar, House No. 104, Road No. 3, Dhanmondi. The house is being now used as the training office of the National Security Intelligence (NSI). Another is house No. 140, the Motijheel police station building.Two others are houses are No. 10, Motijheel and No. 64, Dilkusha. These two houses are leased out to five persons including the owner of Bangladesh Typewriter Mahbubur Rahman and late state minister Ziaul Haque Zia. There are commercial establishments in these two buildings. The buildings are owned by the housing and public works ministry.A bench of justice Mohammed Nuruzzaman and justice SH Mohammed Nurul Huda Jaigirdar passed an order in this regard on 13 April.Speaking to Prothom Alo, assistant attorney general Sukumar Biswas said the papers, which were submitted claiming the ownership of these four houses, were forged. Through the verdict it has been established that no one can claim these houses. These are now abandoned property. These houses were under the control of the government and the government is still the owner of these four houses.In a written statement to Prothom Alo, Beximco Group vice chairman Salman F Rahman denied that fake documents were used to take over the houses illegally.The power of attorney was legally taken. The claimant of these houses Waqar Ahmeds son Gulzar Ahmed was a classmate of Salman F Rahman at Notre Dame College. Gulzar met Salman F Rahman in London recently and asked for his assistance. Salman F Rahman took up legal procedures to help with Gulzar Ahmed.Before independence, when GM Madani was the chairman of DIT (currently Rajuk), he allotted lands to Pakistani citizens in Dhaka city at the market price. Madani allotted the land of these four houses to somebody named Waqar Ahmed in 1960-63. After the independence of Bangladesh, the family of Waqar started to live permanently in Pakistan. These houses were included as abandoned properties as none was claimant of these houses in 1972. In this regard, a gazette was published on 23 September 1986.After the publication of the gazette, a certain Waziuddin was given power of attorney by a forged signature of the previous owner Waqar Ahmed. Through that power of attorney, he filed a case with a civil court in Dhaka on 13 August 1986 challenging the government gazette. He concealed information and filed four cases at the settlement court, claiming that these houses were included among the abandoned properties. He also forged the signature of Waqar in the document.The settlement court in its verdict on 14 October 1992 said these houses were not abandoned properties. Waziuddin, however, could take not over the houses.Earlier, identifying himself as son of Waqar, a certain Firoz Ahmed claimed to be owner of property in Boro Katra of Dhaka (holdings 11 and 13), filed a case and lost the case. He filed a review petition. In the petition, Firoz Ahmed claimed to be only son of Waqar Ahmed and claimed his father has gone to Europe for treatment. But the actual Firoz Ahmed and his father Waqar Ahmed were still in Pakistan. Waziuddin made these forged records.Dhanmondi police arrested Waziuddin as the leader of a land forgery gang on 12 July 2007. He confessed to police that he occupied land through fake documents. After remaining in jail for a couple of days, he died in 2010. Waziuddins family now lives in a house on Road No 7 in Dhanmondi. His son Ekabbor Hossain is an Awami League member of parliament from Tangail-7. He said he knows nothing about the land and has no interest in it.A new chapterAlthough these houses were under the occupation of the government, the verdict of the settlement court was in favour of Waziuddin. As a result, the houses were dropped from the abandoned property list. Then certain influential quarters grabbed this opportunity. They brought Waqar Ahmed to Bangladesh from Pakistan.According to the verdict, Beximco Group vice chairman Salman F Rahman used the letterhead of the group to write to the home ministry on 8 March 2015, asking them to issue a visa to Waqar Ahmed. The home ministry accordingly sent a recommendation to Bangladesh High Commission in Karachi to issue a visa to Waqar. Waqar came to Bangladesh on flight PK-266 on a five-day visit on 13 April. On that very day, he received a birth certificate as a citizen of Bangladesh from Zone 1 of Dhaka South City Corporation. But he submitted the photocopy of his national identity card as a permanent resident of Pakistan when taking the visa for Bangladesh.The verdict also said Waqar applied for a machine readable passport (MRP) passport on 15 April within two days after arriving in Bangladesh. He himself, however, did not go to the passport office. Citing illness, he applied and his fingerprint was taken from a residence. The passport was issued in his favour on that very day.Director general of the immigration and passport directorate Major General Masud Rezwan said a written passport was issued in favour of Waqar Ahmed in 2007. The MRP was issued based on that passport.Asked how Waqar was given a Bangladeshi passport being a citizen of Pakistan, the DG said an investigation is underway in this regard. Waqar Ahmed did not come to Bangladesh after independence. The directorate of immigration and passport could not explain how the passport was issued in favour of Waqar Ahmed in 2007. The directorate is also investigating this.The permanent address Waqar Ahmed mentioned in his passport belongs to Rabeya Khatun, wife Abu Yunus. A security guard of the residence in the capitals Azimpur said no one named Waqar lived in the house.The phone number Waqar used in filing his passport papers is now used by Beximco Group senior manager Tasnin Hossain.When Tasnin was contacted over phone, he said, Waqar is the friend of my boss. I cant tell you more than that.The emergency address Waqar stated in his passport is a flat in a multi-storey building in Eskaton. The residents of the building said on Tuesday that the flat belongs to Beximco Group. But, papers say the flats owner is Jupiter Business Limited. The owner of the Jupiter is Mushfiqur Rahman. The flat, however, has been kept locked for one and a half years.The verdict of the court says Waqar Ahmed applied for the power of attorney with the sub-registrar office, immediately after receiving the passport. He also met the secretary of the housing and public works.The sub-registrar sent the power of attorney appeal to the inspector general of registration, saying such appeals are not issued as per rules. Waqar went back to Karachi on 17 April.Waqar, according to the verdict, appointed Ivy Real Estate Limited managing director Mushfiqur Rahman. From court documents, the address of the Ivy Real Estate is in Road 1, Dhanmondi. This is the address of Bell Tower, an office of Beximco.An investigation officer of the case said Mushfiqur was an employee of Beximco Group but he left his job two years ago.The government filed a writ petition on 4 May 2015 after Waqars power of attorney appeal.According to the writ petition, the verdict the settlement court passed was based on fake documents. Because, Waqar Ahmed submitted his passport to the housing and public works ministry on 18 June 2015 but he was invited to Bangladesh on 8 March.He came to Bangladesh using a Pakistani passport. While taking a Bangladeshi visa, he gave information that he has been living in Pakistan since 1952.The verdict also says the settlement court passed the verdict going beyond its jurisdiction. And so, the buildings will be considered as abandoned.Asked whether there would be any criminal case for occupying the governments property, attorney generalMahbubey Alam told Prothom Alo, This isnt my work. But this is true that those who claimed the property have lost (the case).In a written statement, Salman F Rahman told Prothom Alo, Nowhere in the High Court verdict was it mentioned that Waqar Ahmeds documents were fake. The attorney general tried to prove Waqar a Pakistani citizen. But even the AG nowhere in his statement said those documents fake.Salman F Rahman, ruling Awami League president Sheikh Hasinas adviser, did not comment on Waqars activities like quick issuance of Bangladeshi passport, managing Bangladeshi birth certificate and using of Beximcos address.The four building are still in the possession of the government. According to the court verdict, the houses have been abandoned property since independence of Bangladesh.Executive director of the Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) Iftekharuzzaman told Prothom Alo that many influential people try to become owners of property using fraudulent ways.Sometimes they are successful in their attempts. However, these four houses will remain an example that if concerned persons are conscious, they can protect government property, he added.*This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Rabiul Islam and Imam Hossainlast_img read more

Notorious gangster flees French jail by copter

first_imgMap locating Reau prison southeast of Paris, France. Photo: AFPA notorious gangster who said his life of crime was inspired by films such as “Scarface” pulled off a brazen jailbreak on Sunday, fleeing a prison near Paris aboard a hijacked helicopter in a commando-style operation.Redoine Faid, 46, broke out of the prison with the help of two accomplices who used smoke bombs and angle grinders to overcome wardens in the facility’s visiting room where Faid was talking to a brother, according to prison unionist Martial Delabroye.The men quickly made good their escape in the helicopter in an operation lasting just 10 minutes, Delabroye told AFP at the penitentiary in Reau in the French capital’s southeastern suburbs.It is the second time Faid has pulled off a spectacular jailbreak-in 2013, he blasted his way out of a prison in northern France using dynamite.The helicopter-hijacked from a terrified flight instructor-landed at around 11:15 am (0915 GMT) in the prison yard.The two black-clad men armed with assault rifles set off smoke bombs before breaking their way into the prison’s visitation room using the power tools.Informed sources earlier said there were three accomplices.The wardens, who were unarmed, fled to safety and raised the alarm.The helicopter was later found in a northeastern suburb of Paris about 60 kilometres (37 miles) from the prison, one source said, adding that a manhunt has been launched across the entire Paris region.A police source said the helicopter pilot was a flight instructor waiting for a student when he was seized by Faid’s accomplices. He was forced to fly before being later freed in a state of shock.The men apparently went on to use a car that was later found torched in a shopping mall carpark, police said.The escape came after an appeals court in April sentenced Faid to 25 years for masterminding a botched armed robbery in 2010 in which a policewoman was killed.‘The Author’Faid has been behind bars since mid-2011 for breaking the terms of his parole over past convictions for bank robberies and brazen heists of cash-in-transit vehicles.In his 2013 jailbreak, he briefly took four guards hostage with a pistol before escaping in a waiting getaway car. All the hostages were released unharmed.Faid was recaptured six weeks later at a hotel in an industrial area on the outskirts of Paris.A woman working at the hotel told AFP at the time that Faid’s accomplice had paid for the room in cash and that the two men had been there for several days.Faid had earlier been released from a 10-year stint behind bars after convincing parole officers that he regretted his criminal past and was determined to start afresh.Police nicknamed him “The Author” for two books he co-wrote about his delinquent youth.Faid, who has a cult following in the tough immigrant suburbs outside Paris where he grew up, has made several television appearances.‘He’s very polite’At a Paris film festival in April 2009, Faid approached Michael Mann, director of the 1995 gangster film “Heat” starring Al Pacino and Robert Niro, telling him: “You were my technical adviser.”He wrote that he had watched the film dozens of times to perfect his bank-robbing prowess.One of his prison supervisors said that Faid had never had any conflict with staff, “but we must always be wary”.“In the corner of his mind, he never lost the idea of escaping. Behind all his manners-he is very polite-he always hid his game,” the supervisor said.Delabroye, the prison union rep, said the yard where the helicopter landed is the only area not equipped with anti-aircraft netting because inmates never use it-“except to leave the prison”.last_img read more

Think China is the No 1 Country for Hacking Think Again

first_img Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals October 16, 2013 2 min read Register Now »center_img Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. China has earned a reputation as the hacker capital of the world, but a new report shows the bulk of global cyber-attack activity has recently come from its smaller neighbor Indonesia.Thirty-eight percent of cyber attacks originated in Indonesia during the second quarter of 2013, up from 21 percent in the first quarter, according to a report by security cloud platform Akamai. This spike helped push China off the hacking pedestal, with the world’s most populous country accounting for 33 percent of attacks, down from 34 percent in the previous quarter. The U.S. rounded out the top three, generating 6.9 percent of cyber-attack traffic, a decrease from 8.3 percent.Indonesia and China alone accounted for more than half of all cyber-attack activity during the quarter.Related: Don’t Get Hacked — Tools to Fight Cyber AttacksWhile it may seem like Indonesia came out of nowhere to take the lead (last year the country accounted for on average less than one percent of cyber crimes), hackers may be taking advantage of its increase in connection and weakening IT structure. The country’s average internet connection speed increased 125 percent in the second quarter from the same time last year. That, coupled with the fact the country isn’t spending a whole lot of cash on its infrastructure,  may make the country a haven for cybercriminals.Related: Cyber Security a Growing Issue for Small Business In January, hacker group Anonymous Indonesia claimed responsibility for defacing 12 government websites with the tagline “No Army Can Stop an Idea” shown on the sites. In April, the country’s defense minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro announced they were building a Cyber Defense Center to take on hackers. Microsoft also felt the supposed wrath of Indonesia criminals (among others) when it put the kibosh on a cybercrime operation in June. Akamai’s findings are based on agents reporting log connection attempts, which the company defines as attack traffic. The company then can determine the top countries the hack attacks occur. One caveat to keep in mind: the IP address assigned to a particular country may not be the nation the attacker resides. So someone from China with an IP address associated with them, may be committing cyber attacks in France.To check out more of Akamai’s findings, check out the below highlights:Click to Enlarge+last_img read more

Russian government blocks ProtonMail services for its citizens

first_imgYesterday, ProtonMail, reported that the Russian government has blocked Russian citizens from sending any messages to the encrypted email provider. This block was issued by the Federal Security Service via a secret letter dated 25 February. According to the letter, the Russian intelligence agency ordered two of the largest Internet service providers in Russia, MTS and Rostelecom, to block traffic from Russia going to our mail servers, thus preventing Russian mail servers from communicating with ProtonMail. On Monday, March 11, a firm called TechMedia obtained a copy of the letter and published it on the Russian tech blogging platform, Habr. The blog also accused ProtonMail and several other email companies of facilitating fake bomb threats. During late January, the Russian police received several anonymous bomb threats via email, which led to a forced evacuation of government buildings schools, rail stations, shopping centers, and offices. A total of 26 IP addresses were blocked after the order was issued. This also included servers used to scramble the final connection for Tor users. “Internet providers were told to implement the block “immediately,” using a technique known as BGP blackholing, a way that tells internet routers to simply throw away internet traffic rather than routing it to its destination”, TechCrunch reports. ProtonMail chief executive Andy Yen, said, “ProtonMail is not blocked in the normal way, it’s actually a bit more subtle. They are blocking access to ProtonMail mail servers. So Mail.ru — and most other Russian mail servers — for example, is no longer able to deliver email to ProtonMail, but a Russian user has no problem getting to their inbox.” The two ProtonMail servers listed by the order are its back-end mail delivery servers, rather than the front-end website that runs on a different system. Yen said, “The wholesale blocking of ProtonMail in a way that hurts all Russian citizens who want greater online security seems like a poor approach”. He further added, “We have also implemented technical measures to ensure continued service for our users in Russia and we have been making good progress in this regard. If there is indeed a legitimate legal complaint, we encourage the Russian government to reconsider their position and solve problems by following established international law and legal procedures.” According to the ProtonMail blog, “Due to the timing of the block, some ProtonMail users in Russia suspect that the block may be related to the mass protests this past weekend in Russia where 15,000 people took to the streets to protest for more online freedom.” Meanwhile, ProtonMail has listed down a few recommendations for its Russians users, which include: 1) Using a VPN service as this allows most blocks to be circumvented. All ProtonMail users also have access to ProtonVPN, a free VPN service that the email provider operates on. 2) Encouraging other contacts to use ProtonMail. The blocks attempted by the Russian government do not and cannot impact communications between ProtonMail accounts in Russia. 3) Complain to MTS and Rostelecom. According to ProtonMail, if enough people complain, these ISPs and the Russian government may reconsider their approach. One of the users wrote on HackerNews, “This situation really pissed me off. FSB (Russian FBI) had problems with receiving bomb threats coming from Protonmail addresses. So, they secretly ordered (with an almost classified order) major ISPs to block Protonmail bypassing Russian’s existing website/IP addresses blocking scheme.” To know more about this news in detail, visit ProtonMail’s official blog post. Read Next ProtonMail shares guidelines to help organizations achieve EU GDPR compliance Hackers claim to have compromised ProtonMail, but ProtonMail calls it ‘a hoax and failed extortion attempt’ A security researcher reveals his discovery on 800+ Million leaked Emails available onlinelast_img read more

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first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling How many reps did he get in practice this week?“Oh, he hasn’t gotten a rep in practice since he’s been here, of our offense, it’s all been scout team.”So what kind of challenge is that for a quarterback? To enter in that situation with zero reps?“It’s huge. You know, you have to have great preparation just like you’re gonna play and Ryan and Drew, they have been outstanding preparation quarterbacks. They feed off each other, make breakdown films, make films for each other. Our quarterback room is outstanding.”Let’s talk about that offensive line in front of him, 143 yards rushing? What was the key against that St. Louis front seven that had been wreaking havoc for many weeks?“We just blocked them. We got after them. I think they’ve been reading their press clippings way too much and, like I said, they didn’t get near our quarterback until that one time and we blocked them into running. Our runners ran well. They picked the sled and got into the holes and broke some tackles and Stepf was outstanding at the start of the game and Kerwynn did a nice job also.”How proud are you of Jared Veldheer, to do what he did on that ankle, two games in five days? Normally we post this on Monday, with a full day of quotes from Arizona Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians after a long Sunday of football. But with the Cardinals managing to win a grueling 12-6 Thursday night matchup against the St. Louis Rams, here’s a special Friday edition of All-Access, highlighting some of Arians’ most notable quotes from the gameday.Was that Arizona Cardinals football, what we just witnessed out there, a 12-6 win on the road on Thursday night? “Well if he doesn’t go to the Pro Bowl, there’s really a crime in this league because he’s playing at a high level. He has been all year, but to gut it up and play on that ankle, to shut out the guys he’s shut out in the last two weeks, outstanding, that’s Pro Bowl stuff.”How concerned were you by this whole Thursday night dynamic, going on the road? Because records say that teams are way under .500 this season, road teams on Thursday night.“I was more worried about the Cardinals not winning since 1945, or whatever the hell that was, and so we’re about putting all those things to bed and put to rest. This team is kind of special. It’s a very unique football team and it’s got a lot of spirit.”Was your defense fired up by all those press clippings and all the accolades the St. Louis defense had been getting recently?“Oh, I don’t think there’s any doubt. These guys have got a lot of pride and they act like they were 12-1 or 12-2 the way they were crowing all week and so I think our guys were more than ready.”Frostee Rucker, let me ask you about Frostee Rucker, does he epitomize Arizona Cardinal football here in 2014? He’s still in his uniform right behind you right now. The last two games he’s had have been spectacular. “He’s an ultimate pro. That’s the highest compliment I can give a player, to be an ultimate pro, and Frostee’s the most prepared. He gives it every single thing he has on every single play and it’s always perfect technique and in the right spot at the right time because he’s trustworthy.”What can you tell us about offensive gameplan real quick? It seemed at times you tried to spread them out. Was that one of your focal points?“Oh yeah, we’re gonna go empty every week and spread people out and put four and five receivers out there, see how they play us, you know, cause we do have talented receivers and we trust our offensive line. Some people say you’re putting your offensive line against the Rams in an empty set, they blocked them well, so, no that’s what we always do and we’re always going to continue to try to run the football in a different variety of ways.”What are you most proud? What’s most gratifying right now? 11 wins, first time the Cardinals have done that since they were the St. Louis Cardinals.“Well I’m just so proud of this locker room because this is truly a team. A team that truly cares about each other and will not, and just refuse to let the other guy down sitting in the locker room next to them.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories – / 46 Comments   Share   ErrorOK ErrorOK “At its best. At its finest. It’s probably the proudest I’ve ever been of a group of men, watching them compete in this ball game. Our defense came out and showed them what defense is really all about. I thought our offensive line was outstanding. What 140 years rushing or whatever it was. They really never got to Drew until Drew scrambled on the one and then got sacked, they were fantastic all night. And we were empty, we were everything, we didn’t pull anything back just because, I mean, this is an 11-3 team, that’s an 8-8 team at best.”Jeff Fisher came off the field at halftime and said, “We’ve got to run the football.” They didn’t run the football, did they?“Nobody runs the football on us. You can’t find a game, other than the Atlanta game where we didn’t show up, that anybody ran the football on us.”You’re doing it with a variety of guys, and I asked Jerraud (Powers) this, why does next man up work? Why is it more than a cliché here with this team?“I think because they truly believe, and they’ve seen it now. They’ve seen every guy and they trust everybody that dresses in this locker room is more than capable of going out and playing good football. No matter who it is and we’ve obviously had our show of going through the roster to the bottom, and every guy that’s gone in has played well. Really proud of Ryan Lindley.” Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Arizona Cardinals received high-praise from multiple NFL analysts for their selection of Ole Miss defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche in the first-round Thursday night. After amassing only 36 sacks in 2015, tied for No. 20 in the league, drafting Nkemdiche should help that area.Other areas the Cardinals will look to address in the draft will be depth in the secondary, outside linebacker and center.Arizona does not currently have a second-round pick and won’t select a player until No. 92 in the third-round. UCLA outside linebacker Myles Jack, arguably the most talented player in the draft, will likely be taken before the Cardinals select again. Jack’s stock dropped considerably with the issues surrounding his recovering torn meniscus. Comments   Share   The Cardinals could look at safeties T.J. Green out of Clemson and Vonn Bell from Ohio State. According to SB Nation’s Spencer York, Green is a tremendous athlete and can play multiple positions. However, York mentions that Green will be a project for whichever team drafts him, but concludes the Cardinals should take a flier on him.T.J. Green is a raw athlete that can be molded into a force of nature. Because of his athleticism, particularly his speed, teams have been able to overlook some of his more glaring faults and some mock drafts have Green rising all the way into the back end of the first round. He has so many visits scheduled with teams that he had to turn some down because his schedule was so full. For a player that was originally thought to be a late round pick at best, that rise is insane.Green has been mocked to the Cardinals in a mock draft or two and I think that the Cardinals would be a great fit for him. He would be able to play with some young defensive backs (Peterson, Mathieu) that are at the top of their game. Green wouldn’t be forced to start right away so he could develop under the wing of some of the game’s young defensive stars.Bell was NFL analyst Mike Mayock’s No. 2 safety heading into the draft, behind West Virginia’s Karl Joseph. With Joseph being taken by the Oakland Raiders at pick No. 14, Bell now becomes the best available safety. The Cardinals will most likely have to trade into the second round in order to have a shot at drafting the former Ohio State player, but it could be worth it. Top Stories NFL.com draft analysis highlighted Bell’s ability to cover man-to-man and great instincts and reaction time. Bell was a major contributor in Ohio State’s championship season in 2014, generating 92 tackles and six interceptions. The knock on the 21-year-old is that his speed isn’t anything special, and Bell told reporters at the NFL combine that he was lazy playing against the run in college.Another interesting prospect is USC’s Su’a Cravens. Cravens played linebacker during his time at USC and is coming into the draft listed as an outside linebacker, but could transition to the safety position. The Cardinals are familiar with converting player positions, doing the opposite with Deone Bucannon.A former NFL general manager told NFL.com that Cravens is “fun to watch because he processes quickly like an NFL linebacker and then just fires into the play.” The USC product won the USA Today National High School Defensive Player of the Year in 2012, as well as earning third team AP All-American and first-team All-Pac-12 in 2014 and 2015.While Cravens may be fun to watch, he is susceptible in trying to do too much on a play instead of committing the smart tackle. However, Cravens could be a safety/linebacker hybrid similar to Bucannon, essentially killing to birds with one stone in terms of addressing team needs for the Cardinals. Although Boehm has the ability to read blitzes quickly to adjust, his body structure hold him back. He doesn’t have very much arm length at 31 5/8 inches, so while he may possess upper body power at the point of attack, establishing that early position against a defensive lineman might be difficult.Four-year starter with outstanding power at the point of attack with an ability to create running lanes through sheer brute force. Boehm’s squatty frame may cause some evaluators to hesitate, but offensive line coaches will fall in love with his instincts, power, leadership and durability. Boehm has a chance to be an early starter for a team looking for power and leadership in the middle of their line.The Cardinals won’t pick until No. 92 of the third-round Friday night in Chicago, and have five total picks remaining in the draft. – / 35center_img Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Plays with a unique lens that includes his time at the safety position as a freshman. Teams focusing on putting a ‘tweener’ label on him could be making a huge mistake considering his competitive nature and toughness. Cravens was highly disruptive and productive in each of his three seasons as a starter thanks to his tools/traits to act on his instincts. Cravens will help on special teams immediately and could become an early starter for a 4-­3 defense looking for a play-making weak-side linebacker.The biggest need for the Cardinals heading into next season is to continue to protect quarterback Carson Palmer. Last year’s starting center, Lyle Sendlein, is still a free agent, and recent reports suggest that the 32-year-old may be retiring. That leaves A.Q. Shipley as the only center on the team.Arizona might look hard at center Evan Boehm out of Missouri. Boehm was one of the top offensive linemen recruits coming out of high school, and started 52 straight games for Missouri in his collegiate career. Boehm generates unique power from center and is able to adjust quickly to A-gap blitzes. An NFC west executive told NFL.com that Boehm is ‘tough as nails’ and possesses leadership at the center position. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell walks out onto the stage to announce a pick during the first round of the NFL football draft, Thursday, April 28, 2016, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)last_img read more

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first_img Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories Arizona will make the move to retain Bethea after the veteran compiled 57 tackles, a forced fumble and career-high five interceptions last season, playing in 15 games. Bethea missed the season finale after tearing his pectoral muscle.Related: A list of the Cardinals’ free agentsBethea earned praise from former coach Bruce Arians and general manager Steve Keim for his locker room leadership throughout the year, and his play down the stretch despite the Cardinals falling out of the playoff picture. 7 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Arizona Cardinals strong safety Antoine Bethea is hit by New York Giants tight end Jerell Adams (89) after an interception during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 24, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Arizona Cardinals will pick up the $1 million roster bonus owed to safety Antoine Bethea should he remain on the roster five days into the league year, reports 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s John Gambadoro.The league year and NFL free agency signing period begins on March 14.Bethea signed a three-year deal worth $12.8 million before the 2017 season with $4 million of that guaranteed. In 2018, he will make a $3 million base salary along with the roster bonus, according to Spotrac.com. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

Main suspect in double murder says his rights have been violated

first_imgThe main defendant in a double murder case is seeking a judicial review claiming violation of his human rights, it emerged on Monday.Loizos Tzionis, 33, claimed his right to a fair trial and presumption of innocence had been compromised and asked the supreme court on Monday to approve legal aid so that he could file a motion for judicial review.Andreas Anastasiou, who represents the 33-year-old in the trial relating to the double murder of teacher Giorgos Hadjigeorgiou, 60, and his wife Dina Sergiou, 59, at first said he would also be handling the motion.But Judge Despo Michaelidou told Anastasiou that he had no say in the matter before the defendant’s request for legal aid was approved.“I cannot hear you until the request is approved and you are appointed,” she said.The state told the court Tzionis had filed two identical motions but provided no details beyond a general claim that his rights were violated.The state said it could not make any arguments before the defendant clarified his claims.The court agreed that Tzionis’ claim was vague and gave him until February 20 to submit a detailed request.Tzionis, along with three other defendants, his 22-year-old friend Marios Hadjixenophontos, girlfriend Sarah Shams, 21, and his 23-year-old half-brother, Lefteris Solomou, have been charged with killing the couple.The defendant had initially admitted seven of eight charges relating to the murder – but denied burglary claiming the house was open – and then changed his mind, pleading not guilty to all counts.The trial continues on Thursday. You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoMacy'sYou Will Not Believe Macy’s Deals for MondayMacy’sUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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