NDP leader Jagmeet Singh unveils partys platform for the fall election

Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh was in Hamilton today unveiling his party’s platform for the fall election and healthcare was top on his list. Singh says the NDP will fast-track a universal drug plan to ensure a late 2020 start date if elected this fall, as part of an expansion of Canada’s healthcare system.Leader Jagmeet Singh says if his party forms a government after the October federal election, it will inject $10 billion annually into pharmacare.Other platform promises included drug decriminalization, improved childcare and enacting all recommendations of the missing and murdered indigenous inquiry.The party is proposing a new 1% “Wealth Tax” on those with a net worth of more than $20 million. read more

Evacuation ordered as derailed train leaks octane near Lethbridge Alta

BARONS, Alta. — An evacuation order has ended near Lethbridge, Alta., after a train derailed on Monday morning and began to leak.A statement from the provincial government said the rail cars were leaking octane near Barons, Alta., but the province’s emergency alert website issued an update later in the afternoon that residents could return home.A section of Highway 23, which the rail line runs next to, remained closed.A statement on Lethbridge County’s website says fire crews in coordination with Canadian Pacific Railway have contained the octane leak from the overturned rail cars.There was no word on how many people were affected by the evacuation but the province said it included Keho Lake and nearby campgrounds, and local officials said it also included a golf course.There have been no reports of injuries.The Transportation Safety Board says it is deploying a team of investigators to the site. read more

Mens volleyball No 2 Ohio State battles Hoosier state foes Fort Wayne

OSU redshirt sophomore middle blocker Blake Leeson goes to serve in the set against No. 4 Long Beach State. OSU won 3-1. Credit: Aliyyah Jackson | Lantern reporterThe No. 2 Ohio State men’s volleyball team (21-1, 10-0 MIVA) takes on Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (5-17, 2-8 MIVA) and No. 11 Ball State University (15-6, 6-4 MIVA) for the second time this season on Thursday and Saturday at St. John Arena. OSU comes into the weekend following a dramatic five-set win against Lewis University during coach Pete Hanson’s 1,000th career match in more than three decades with the Buckeyes. After dropping a match to No. 5 University of California, Irvine on March 11 and ending its historic 42-match win streak, the Buckeyes will look to extend its 25-match Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) win streak with wins against Fort Wayne and Ball State.“Everyone learns more after you play your opponent once,” Hanson said. “To defeat them, we just have to play clean volleyball. We have to serve the ball well and kind of get our offense back on track.”Fort WayneOn Thursday, OSU will first face the Fort Wayne Mastodons. The last time the teams met was Feb. 4, when the Buckeyes handled business to sweep the Mastodons in straight sets. In their 112-match history, the Buckeyes have come on top on 75 occasions.Fort Wayne comes to Columbus after traveling to Phoenix to face fellow-MIVA opponent Grand Canyon University for a pair of matches, losing both 0-3 and 2-3.Fort Wayne outside hitter Nick Smalter earned MIVA Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors on March 21 after his performance against Grand Canyon. During the match, he tallied 29 kills — a MIVA season high — on a .451 attacking rate.In his first match back home since hitting the millennial mark, Hanson will be looking to improve his overall career record to 667-334 and MIVA record to 291-90.Ball StateOn Saturday, the Buckeyes will clash with the Ball State Cardinals. With the Cardinals sitting at the fifth spot in the MIVA standings, Ball State will hope to put another match in the conference win column to help secure home-court advantage in the MIVA tournament as the No. 4 seed.The last time OSU and Ball State faced each other was Feb. 2, when the Buckeyes swept the Cardinals in straight sets. The win helped OSU extend its win streak to 33 matches and break the school record. Ball State, Hanson’s alma mater, has faced OSU more than any other opponent with 178 meetings.“I think both teams are very good on defense and they’re pretty tenacious in each point, so they’re going to extend rallies and make it difficult mentally for us,” said redshirt junior libero Josh Tublin. “If we can focus point-to-point and realize that they’re going to make some incredible digs, we can beat them if we just play our game.”Statistically, Ball State ranks in the top six nationally in two defensive categories. As the No. 4 blocking team in the nation, the Cardinals are averaging 2.55 blocks per set, and as the No. 6 digging team in the country, the Cardinals are digging 9.14 balls per set.With the end of the regular season in sight, OSU still has goals it wants to accomplish in its next seven matches. With three more MIVA wins, OSU will secure the top seed in the MIVA tournament and if the Buckeyes are able to maintain ranked in the top-two nationally, it will secure a bye in the NCAA tournament.“I think there’s a lot to play for. We’ve got a lot things that we can accomplish and set up nicely if we can just continue to play well and win,” Hanson said. “Play hard now to make your life a little bit easier in three or four weeks when the playoffs begin.”The Buckeyes face Fort Wayne on Thursday at 7 p.m. and Ball State on Saturday at 7 p.m., both at St. John Arena. read more

Grove couple busted with cocaine cannabis

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related13 arrested for several offences in WBD raids- PoliceFebruary 3, 2018In “Crime”Cocaine, marijuana found in Better Hope houseApril 3, 2014In “Crime”Three arrested over illegal possession of firearm, cannabisNovember 29, 2017In “Court” …third person arrestedA husband and wife along with another person was on Thursday taken into custody following the discovery of a quantity of ganja and cocaine at house in Golden Grove, East Bank Demerara.The discovery was made by members of the Police Narcotics Branch after they swooped down on a house at the Block “Y” Golden Grove, East Bank Demerara house.Inews was informed that during the search, ranks  found 29 grams of cocaine along with 990 grams of cannabis. At the time of the operation, three persons were at home and as such, they were arrested and are assisting the police with the investigations. read more

Atishoo New website maps the spread of flu across Ireland

first_imgGOT CHILLS, ACHES and a fever? If you’re suffering with the flu right now, it might just help to know that you’re not alone.A new website set up by researchers in NUI Galway is tracking flu-like symptoms across Ireland to create a map of outbreaks around the country.The website asks people with symptoms – such as a sudden fever, headache, aching muscles and a sore throat – to note them on flusurvey.ie.People can log on to the site to see how many other cases of flu have been recorded in their area, providing real-time public health information on who is being hit by influenza. The system is also designed to give health professionals an early warning signal about nationwide outbreaks.Volunteers are asked a few short questions about their age, lifestyle and symptoms, with the information recorded anonymously.Since it launched just over a month ago, the project has had participants from 42 out of Ireland’s 43 constituencies. Forty-three per cent of the people who have taken part so far are between the age of 15 and 44, while 42 per cent are between 45 and 64. Just 9 per cent are aged 65 or over, possibly reflecting the fact that older people may be less likely to use the internet to note their symptoms.Map of flu-like symptoms across Ireland. (Pic: Flusurvey.ie) “Modern technology can transform the way people interact with their physicians, and the wider public health system,” said Dr Jim Duggan, a senior lecturer at NUIG and the project leader.He said the project will help to show the potential for national self-reporting systems which could be used for monitoring other diseases.There are plans to arrange for Transition Year students to be able to receive their school’s anonymised data in order to conduct analysis and experiments on how flu-like illness spreads through their community.The HSE, EU, and NUI Galway collaborated on the website to coincide with influenza season, which typically starts in October and continues until May.Read: The 9 unmistakeable symptoms of manflu > Read: Vaccine reminder issued as HSE says 1,000 could die in severe flu season >last_img read more

Gumball machine becomes NFC app dispenser

first_imgMoving to platforms that only deal in digital content doesn’t paint a very bright future for physical purchases. But there must be some way that digital content can be bought other than visiting a website or app store. The NFC Gumball Machine in the video above proves there is.Typically a gumball machine accepts a coin and in return provides you with a tasty treat to chew on. German design studio Razorfish has taken the gumball machine experience and updated it for digital content distribution. The NFC Gumball Machine still requires a coin be inserted, but the goods you get in return are digital and supplied to your smartphone or tablet via NFC.The modified machine uses a Galaxy Tab as a display, two Arduino microcontrollers, and an NFC reader embedded in the front to allow delivery of the paid-for digital content. The user simply selects the content they want using the touchscreen (be it an app, movie, ebook, or music track), inserts a coin, turns the handle, and holds their device up to the NFC reader to have the content transferred.The finished machine is only a prototype, but one that took just two days to construct. It’s meant to show a different way that NFC technology can be used, and it certainly gets you thinking about the possibilities for digital content distribution. We aren’t necessarily limited to a totally digital experience when buying something for our devices.Does the NFC Gumball Machine have a future? That’s up to Razorfish, but I bet if these started popping up in malls, airports, train stations, and other public areas, they’d get used. To begin with it would be a novelty, but if they offered a great selection of content they’d soon become popular.More at Emerging Experiences, via The Vergelast_img read more

Ryanair asked the EU to use its influential voice to pressure Paschal

first_img https://jrnl.ie/4578095 By Fora Staff “We need the help and support of the EU Commission, and the other European Governments, to persuade the Irish Government to release this tax liability upon Ryanair crews who are based in other EU countries to pay their income taxes here in Ireland – solely because Ryanair is managed and controlled here in Ireland.”Accompanying the letter was a copy of an Irish Examiner article reporting on the High Court proceedings.The report stated that Ryanair claimed it could lose €5 million a year because of Ireland’s tax laws.Prior to its shock 2017 decision to recognise trade unions for the first time in its history, Ryanair had argued that certain workers’ contracts should be viewed as legitimately Irish because the employees benefit from local social security and their salaries are paid into bank accounts opened in Ireland.Get our NEW Daily Briefing with the morning’s most important headlines for innovative Irish businesses.Written by Zuzia Whelan and posted on Fora.ieWritten by Fora Staff and posted on TheJournal.ie Share20 Tweet Email1 15,258 Views RYANAIR BOSS MICHAEL O’Leary wrote to the European Commission last year asking for its help in resolving a legal dispute with Irish officials over where it taxes European staff.In November 2018, the airline launched legal action against Revenue and Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe over laws the company said require it to put European staff on Irish contracts.The budget carrier has had a long-standing practice of putting some direct and agency staff on Irish contracts even if they live and work elsewhere.This has been a source of frustration for pilot and cabin crew trade unions, which the airline has been in negotiations with since its shock decision to recognise unions in December 2017.Ryanair sought to change a measure, introduced in 2011, that provides for the taxation of income earned by flight crew members who work on Irish-registered and -managed aircraft that operate in international traffic.O’Leary – who will soon step away from the day-to-day running of the business – told the company’s annual general meeting in September 2018 that Ryanair was lobbying the State to change these laws.Documents obtained by Fora show that O’Leary contacted EU Employment Commissioner Marianne Thyssen on 21 December asking her to “add your influential voice” to the dispute and write a letter of support for the company.He asked the commissioner to call on the Irish government – specifically Paschal Donohoe – to refer the matter to the European Court of Justice “so that other European Governments can express an opinion on, or intervene in, this case”. Ryanair asked the EU to use its ‘influential voice’ to pressure Paschal Donohoe in a tax law dispute The airline had launched a High Court challenge relating to tax laws for Europe-based workers. Saturday 6 Apr 2019, 8:30 AM Image: Niall Carsoncenter_img Michae O’Leary Source: Laurie Dieffembacq/PA Images“Ryanair has committed in our negotiations with pilot and cabin crew unions across Europe to move to local contracts at the earliest possible date in 2019,” O’Leary wrote.He told Thyssen the move was “subject only to reaching agreement with the Irish government that we may move these individuals to local income tax … in exactly the same way they currently pay local social taxes”.“The Irish Government has refused this permission, and is insisting that these non-resident pilots and cabin crew continue to pay income tax,” he alleged, explaining that Ryanair had taken High Court action over the matter. 10 Comments Get Fora’s NEW daily digest of the morning’s key business news: Short URL Apr 3rd 2019, 1:00 AM Image: Niall Carson Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Livestream Samsungs Galaxy Note 8 Unveiling

first_img Samsung Hands Out Limited-Edition Olympic-Themed Galaxy Note 8Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Not DIY Friendly Stay on target Samsung kicks off the annual device-reveal season with today’s unveiling of the Galaxy Note 8.Various leaks and teases have piqued consumer attention, which, frankly, is mainly focused on whether or not this handset will explode.All eyes will be on the new phablet, launching a year after the Note 7 made headlines when buyers reported the handset spontaneously combusting.Two recalls and a halt in production later, Samsung ultimately blamed the battery—which, according to iFixit, is “very, very similar” to the one glued into this year’s flagship Galaxy S8 and S8+.We’ll soon find out if the manufacturer has taken a different route for its next-generation Note.Early this month, serial leaker Evan Blass tweeted a glimpse of the upcoming smartphone, which looks like the love child of a late Note 7 and more recent Galaxy S8.Featuring the same wrap-around display and side buttons as the S8, Samsung’s new rectangular Note is expected to add an infinitesimal amount of screen coverage, and allegedly comes with a revamped dual camera setup—vertical, rather than horizontal.Specifics are still a bit murky, but Blass tipped a 6.3-inch display and the same Exynos 8895 and Snapdragon 835 chipsets as the Galaxy S8, plug 6GB of RAM.Samsung last week teased fans with a Galaxy Note 8 promo video, inviting folks to #DoWhatYouCant with the series’ defining feature: the S-Pen stylus.Today’s invite-only Galaxy Unpacked event begins at 11 a.m. ET in the Big Apple. Those not in attendance can livestream the launch via Samsung’s website or YouTube page. Or, follow along with the special Unpacked 2017 mobile app for iOS and Android.Also keep an eye out for software updates, especially following Google’s recent announcement that Android 8.0 will officially be known as Oreo. The latest OS comes packed with features like picture-in-picture display, Chrome autofill, and better battery life.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Soy Growers Oppose White House Budget

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) signaled strong opposition to proposed cuts in the FY-2018 budget released by the White House this morning.“By shredding our farm safety net, slashing critical agricultural research and conservation initiatives, and hobbling our access to foreign markets, this budget is a blueprint for how to make already difficult times in rural America even worse,” said Ron Moore, ASA president and a soybean farmer from Roseville, Ill.The budget would cut the federal crop insurance program by $28.5 billion—or roughly 36 percent—by capping the premium subsidy and eliminating the harvest price option. The crop insurance program is widely used by soybean farmers, and the harvest price option was selected in 99.4 percent of soybean revenue insurance policies sold in 2016. The White House’s proposed budget also would cut nearly $9 billion from Title I commodity supports, including the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs, by reducing the adjusted gross income (AGI) eligibility cap from $900,000 to $500,000.“Thirty six percent is the most extreme proposed cut to crop insurance I’ve seen in my 40 years on the farm,” Moore said. “This is a program that exists to sustain farmers who suffer catastrophic losses. Coupled with the arbitrary caps the budget would impose on premium subsidies, it’s clear that this budget was written without input from farmers who would be severely affected.”The budget also poses an existential threat to export promotion and foreign food assistance programs. It eliminates funding for the two hallmark U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs for the expansion of foreign markets: the Market Access Program (MAP) and the Foreign Market Development program (FMD). MAP and FMD leverage matching funds from industry to establish and grow markets for U.S. agricultural products abroad, and ASA recently requested that funding for them be doubled in the coming farm bill. The budget would also zero out the McGovern Dole Food for Education Program, as well as the Food for Peace program (P.L. 480), both of which provide funding for the food security programs that ASA undertakes in the developing world through its World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) program.“Elimination of MAP and FMD completely ignores the global nature of our industry,” Moore said. “Those programs are key to the work that soybeans and so many other crops conduct overseas to boost trade and trigger a multiplier effect that creates jobs and increased economic activity well beyond agriculture.”The budget would cut nearly $6 billion from conservation programs, including the elimination of the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), which is USDA’s largest conservation program with more than 70 million acres enrolled, and the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP).“Beyond our concern that these programs were already cut by more than $6 billion just three years ago as part of the 2014 Farm Bill, their elimination will significantly hamper on-farm progress toward healthier water, soil and air,” Moore said.A positive note in the budget welcomed by Moore was progress on regulatory reform and infrastructure investment.“We are encouraged by the promise of reducing burdensome regulations and permitting processes, as well as the recognition of the need for infrastructure investments, including inland waterways and ports,” he said. “This exercise is not a new one. We’re aware that Congress—not the president—passes the budget, and agriculture has rebuffed attacks on farm and food programs for years. The danger is that the extreme and ill-informed cuts in this document will embolden those in Congress who lack any understanding of how these programs combine to protect the food and farm supply chain for all Americans.”last_img read more

Orchards pair asks for help locating missing dog

first_imgAn 86-year-old Orchards area man is asking for help locating his six pound maltese Teddy, who went missing Tuesday morning. Gordon Luce’s partner Maureen Casteel called The Columbian to share information about the missing all white and mostly toothless 14-year-old. She said Luce is moving gingerly since shoulder surgery three weeks ago. Luce was outside Casteel’s unit in Country Meadows Mobile Park, 11005 Northeast 76th Street, with Teddy at about 9:30 a.m. when he called in and asked her to come get the dog. She said she was cooking something and needed to wash the food from her hands.“By the time I went outside, he was gone,” Casteel, 76, said. Teddy, Casteel said, is well known around the mobile park where she lives. “We’ve never had anything like that happen here,” she said. “Someone had to have picked him up.”Signs have been posted on area mailboxes and a nearby Safeway grocery store. Luce and Teddy have been together since the dog was born.“You know how it is with seniors and their dogs,” Casteel said. “He worries about him.”Anyone with information is asked to call 360-901-4452 or 360-896-7473.last_img read more

After stern state letter and a loss lone Anchorage pot club closes

first_imgThe sign outside Pot Luck Events, located at 420 W. 3rd Avenue in downtown Anchorage (Photo: Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)After a years-long legal skirmish with state officials, Alaska’s first marijuana club, Pot Luck Events, has closed its doors. From the beginning there were disputes over the club’s legality. The final straw was a cease-and-desist order from state regulators, and the passing of the club’s founder, just days apart. The closure comes while the state is still considering rules about where it’s legal to consume cannabis beyond private property.Listen nowOn a recent weekday afternoon, inside a sprawling, dim room with high ceilings in a downtown building, a few guys are hauling away furniture. Couches, comfy chairs, stools: pieces of the club are being cleared out.“It’s still very surreal,” Martin Christensen said. He’s been volunteering at Pot Luck since it opened in early 2015, just months after Alaskans voted in favor of legalizing commercial cannabis.Now, Christensen is dismantling a space he helped create.“To come in and start pulling pictures off the wall…it’s like moving out of your ex’s house: there’s so many memories attached to everything, you want to fight over the popcorn bowl,” Christensen said with a slight chuckle.The venue transformed over the last two years. Initially, a small group of friends imagined it as a special events space that would be cannabis friendly, and paid for through membership dues. In between events, members were allowed to come in, socialize, and consume cannabis.But as Alaska’s marijuana industry has taken shape, Pot Luck became more of a commercial hub. Companies promoted product and connected with other businesses. There were even job fairs.Lee Haywood calls himself a “cannabis emissary,” and has worked closely with Potluck’s owners guiding the enterprise toward a more community-oriented approach.“It was a place to normalize what cannabis was in Alaska,” Haywood said. He believes that when the door was opened to recreational pot, having places to socialize is an instrumental piece of bringing the new industry forward into maturity.The club built a devoted community in Anchorage, and its total membership was somewhere between 8,000 and 9,000 people, according to Haywood. It’s relationship with city and state officials was complicated, but not entirely negative. Multiple law-makers have visited the business, with some commenting publicly in the past that it wasn’t what they were expecting.Haywood’s background is in the military and law enforcement. He came into cannabis through the medical route while employed by the state. He see’s work to be done putting officials into dialogue with cannabis users and the fledgling industry and tried to do that by putting Pot Luck’s operations out in the open.“We want you to come in an study us, we want you to come in and show us how we can improve, how we can work together with the state,” Haywood said of his attitude.But that’s ultimately not what happened. The beginning of the end for Pot Luck was in mid-April, not long before a large “4-20” celebration was planned. In Haywood’s account, licensed cannabis companies that were partnered with Pot Luck for the event started reporting that state investigators had gotten in touch to say they viewed participation in the event as legally dubious. For growers or retailers that could bring serious problems. Pot Luck got in touch with Alaska’s Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, and what followed soon after was a very firm letter on April 19th, saying the club was illegal and needed to cease operating.“It was overwhelming at that point,” Haywood said. The celebration was the business’s biggest day of the year.“The day before the event we get a letter, we read over it and are like ‘ok, what do we do now?’ I got sound-check today!’” Haywood recounted. He, Christensen and a small group of others were unsure of what to do.Compounding this, the club’s founder and owner, Theresa Collins, was towards the end of a battle with cancer.“We found out that the doctor had mentioned that Theresa probably wasn’t going to make it through the night,” Hawyood said.With all of this going on, Pot Luck changed its plan. They turned the April 20th event into a celebration of life for Collins.“She stayed with us through the 20th and she passed the morning of the 21st,” Haywood said.The club had always struggled to make money, and according to Haywood, Collins was the sole remaining owner by the end. Haywood does not have the resources for a prolonged challenge to the state in court and is not interested in a fight over the competing legal claims.The Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office’s argument against Pot Luck’s legality has two major claims. The first is a decision by the state’s attorney general in 2016 ruling that pot clubs violate a ban on public consumption. Membership or entry fees do not make them tantamount to the same standard that protects private property.The second issue is that when voters opted for Ballot Measure 2 there were only four kinds of commercial permits they approved. Marijuana social clubs and special events venues were not on that menu.“It did not create a license type for a social consumption location (like) a club,” Erika McConnell, director of AMCO, said. “There is no mechanism for the Marijuana Control Board to issue a license for a business model such as Pot Luck Events.”McConnell’s letter in April ends with a mention that AMCO had worked with the Anchorage Police Department on an enforcement plan. McConnell declined to elaborate, saying she does not comment on enforcement.The unfortunate timing in the sequence of events was coincidental. McConnell said the state’s timeline responding to Pot Luck was dictated by resources. Her letter also includes a note of hope that the business will redirect it’s efforts towards “lawful operations.”That is Haywood’s goal, too.“If it was going to end and we have to restructure what this looks like, now is the time to do that,” Haywood said. “This is not a surrender for us, this is a retreat for a moment, to regroup and work with our lawmakers, work with the city, work with the state, and see if we can develop an on-site consumption plan that works.”The state’s Marijuana Control Board is taking up three proposals dealing with on-site consumption at meetings in July.last_img read more

Several issues in Anantapur Government General Hospital hitting

first_imgAnantapur: The ailing grand old Government General Hospital (GGH) needs a ‘Kayakalpa’. It’s mentally corrupt class four employees harassing poor patients for tips for every service which requires special treatment. Occasional negligent attitude of nurses and doctors on one hand and the government’s apathy towards practical problems including filling medical staff vacancies and poor budgetary allocation are adding to the woes of the patients. Also Read – Producing films, serials my ambition, says Nani Advertise With Us Scarcity of medicines, age-old medical equipment and non-availability of raw material like cement filling in Dental department for months are a few of its several problems. Bed strength is inadequate and is not in proportion with the increased patient population. Doctors, nurses and other para-medical staff are working under intense pressure everyday with hands tied amidst severe staff shortage and budgetary constraints. The annual budget for medicines in GGH is Rs 3.84 crore. Also Read – Students told to make Swatch Bharat a success: Collector Mohammad Imtiaz Advertise With Us The hospital staff are stressed out due to work pressure caused by patients, who have grown by 300 per cent in the past 17 years. The staff appointed to serve 350 patients are serving 1,200 patients everyday apart from 2,000 out-patients. The nearly 700 infant deaths registered in the last 6 months which drew the attention of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy have once again woken up all concerned to highlight the grim staff position and the ever-increasing patient strength. The hospital has only 168 doctors out of 241 doctors’ strength. Seventy-three doctor posts are lying vacant. Advertise With Us A mere 134 nurses are working out of 510 nurses’ strength. There are 57 male nurses and 44 female nurses, sweepers 65, ward assistants 35, operation theatre staff 12, laboratory technicians 12 and lab attendants 12. In the year 2000, the then TDP government issued a GO No 134 upgrading the district hospital to general hospital but the GO was not implemented by the governments in the past 17 years. The hospital is operating with a strength of 350 beds. After its upgradation to general hospital, the bed strength increased to 500 but the staff strength was not proportionately increased. Over the years, the in-patients have had increased to 1,200 per day. As per the GO No 134, 510 new posts were sanctioned, of them 134 staff nurses’ posts were not filled. One staff nurse is catering to 100-150 patients and one attender is catering to 3-4 wards. Many doctors working in GGH are running their private nursing homes. Private nursing homes and hospitals are virtually looting poor and middle-class patients, who are coming for better medical care. After looting the patients for days, they are sending them to government hospitals when the later are turning critical, just to save themselves from the disrepute of patients dying in their hospitals. There are hundreds of complaints against class four staff, who are refusing services if one declines to grease their palms. The transfer policy towards class four employees needs to change as service rules forbid the administration to transfer them out of district. The new hospital superintendent Dr Babulal when contacted told The Hans India that he would revamp the hospital administration and take action on all erring staff demanding bribes and submit a report to government on the hospital requirements.last_img read more

Google IO Keynote on Day 1 From Android 41 to Project Glass

first_imgThe much anticipated Google I/O, an annual developer conference, kick started on Wednesday in San Francisco, with the giant search engine introducing several devices from new version of Android to Nexus to Project Glass.Here is Google I/O keynote on day 1:Android ActivationStarting the keynote, Google announced that more than 400 million Android devices have now been activated, up from 100 million last June. It also said that twelve new Android devices are activated every second – that’s more than 1 million a day.Android 4.1 Jelly BeanGoogle rolled out a new version of Android called Jelly Bean, an improvement from Ice Cream Sandwich. Jelly Bean uses cards to help gets the right information at the right time.”Starting in mid-July, we’ll start rolling out over-the-air updates to Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Xoom and Nexus S, and we’ll also release Jelly Bean to open source,” said Andy Rubin, Senior Vice President of Mobile and Digital Content.Google PlayGoogle Play is your digital entertainment destination, with more than 600,000 apps and games plus music, movies and books. It’s entirely cloud-based, which means all of your content is always available across all of your devices. Google will also offer magazines, episodes of broadcast and cable TV shows, purchase and rent movies etc.Nexus 7All of this great Google Play content comes to life on Nexus 7, a powerful new tablet with a vibrant, 7″ 1280×800 HD display. The Tegra-3 chipset, with a quad-core CPU and 12-core GPU, makes everything, including games, extremely fast. And best of all, it’s only 340 grams, lighter than most tablets out there. It comes preloaded with some great entertainment, including the movie “Transformers: Dark of the Moon,” the book “The Bourne Dominion,” magazines like Condé Nast Traveler and Popular Science, and songs from bands like Coldplay and the Rolling Stones.Nexus QNexus Q combines the power of Android and Google Play to easily stream music and video in your home – all controlled by an Android phone or tablet. Designed and engineered by Google, it is a small sphere that plugs into the best speakers and TV in your house. It’s the first-ever social streaming device like a cloud-connected jukebox where everyone brings their own music to the party.Project GlassGoogle also highlited the amazing potential of Project Glass at the conference.”This morning at the Google I/O conference we did a special kind of demo. I’m very proud of the talented skydivers, mountain bikers and rappellers we worked with to push technology limits while showing the amazing potential of Project Glass,” wrote Sergey Brin, Co-Founder.Project Glass Demo: Hangouts In AirThe three-day conference, Google I/O, will feature more than 130 technical sessions, 20 code labs and 155 Sandbox partners. Over 40 sessions on Android, Chrome, Google+ and your favorite APIs will be streamed live.People can watch Google I/O keynote live from their desktop by logging in to developers.google.com/io, or downloading the Google I/O mobile app to access the live stream from phone or tablet.last_img read more

Konatya Kshani song of Vaishali Marathe is hit

first_imgThe recently released song Konatya Kshani, Aka Abol Gandh Premacha is a soothing number beautifully penned by poet Vaishali Marathe, composed by Jeevan Marathe and sung by popular bollywood singer Anwesshaa and Jeevan Marathe and produced by Mangesh Awad. The emotional song is already striking a chord with listeners. The Abol gandh Premacha video is available on Youtube & the song is available on different audio platforms.The song’s video is directed by Chandrakant Gaikwad and Marathi Actor Nayan Jadhav and Mayuri Awad are in lead role. The beautiful song is filmed at Konkan beach which will please everyone’s eye because of the beauty of the Konkan.It is the duet song of the Jeevan Marathe with Anwesshaa Dattagupta. Satyajit have done the arrangement of the song. Vaishali Marathe was nominated for best Lyricist award for ‘Man He Vede’ in Chitr Padarpan Puraskar. This song’s lyrics are touching hearts of people.She hails from Miraj. She is brilliant in academics as well. Her article in mathematics got published in Ganit Chhand Anand bimonthly magazine at young age of 14. She has done Post graduation in Statistics and currently working in mnc. She has got many prizes in Statistics quiz as well as singing.One of her ventures is going to release soon. She has worked for a project of Hindi song as well where discussions are going on with Shankar Mahadevan.When discussed with her about the current songs she said “Now a days words and their meanings are ignored in most of the songs, which is very sad. Words are also very important since they can deliver very sensitive issues in meaningful way.”IBT does not endorse any of the above content.last_img read more

A step towards better IndiaJapan relationship

first_imgA colloquium on India-Japan was recently organized by the India International Centre, supported by MEA and the Embassy of Japan. The seminar was a curtain raiser for the forthcoming visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to India in the second week of September. The first session was an opening session on “Politics and Security”. After the opening remarks by Shyam Saran, Life Trustee, IIC, the three speakers Dr Jaishankar, Foreign Secretary of India; Kenji Hiramatsu, Ambassador of Japan and Baijayant Panda, MP gave their comments. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfDr Jaishankar in his address talked about the shared values and complimentarity of interests between the two countries. He referred to the important role of Japanese Official Development Assistance in the infrastructure projects undertaken by the country. Ambassador Hiramatsu focused more on the strategic aspect of the relationship. He stated that global power was shifting to the Asia and that we are living in an age of uncertainty. Member of Parliament, Panda, in his special address said that in Asia serious challenges to the security were posed not just by North Korea but by the nuclear powers in the region. The security problem is not only a regional concern but global. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveSession first was on ‘Science and Technology Cooperation’. Dr Tairo Nomura from Saitama University gave an interesting presentation on, ‘Symbiotic Relationship with Robot, AI and Human Being to Succeed in Today’s Complex and Diverse World’. Post that, session two and three were conducted on the topics, ‘Business to business relation’ and ‘Economic-Commercial with Focus on Japan,’ respectively. The discussion during the sessions brought out the point that though there was a lot of potential for economic cooperation, it had not really been realized fully so far. Also, in this colloquium the fact that came forth was that there was a lot of scope, potential and necessity for cooperation in the field of science and technology.last_img read more

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first_img Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more February 21, 2011 – A cardiac computed tomography (CT) report engine was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to save physicians’ time, to present instant feedback on their interpretation and to vastly reduce time to diagnosis.The C saves physicians time, presents instant feedback on their interpretation and vastly reduces time to diagnosis.In a series of tests conducted on the CCTA report engine from MDDX, it was 24 percent and 73 percent faster than voice dictation or Word templates, respectively. It was beta-tested in 28 medical centers in 11 countries. The software eliminates the need for costly and error-prone voice dictation by using a simple “click and done” interface. By increasing the accuracy of the physician’s input, the software provides real-time, evidence-based clinical feedback from more than 160 expert cardiology and radiology rules. Besides providing instantaneous guidance, the software generates quarterly benchmark reports to the physician and their medical facility.“By giving physicians and their team immediate feedback on radiation dose levels, clinical correlations, and medical history proofing, the software is the equivalent of having a team of the world’s leading cardiologists, radiologists and medical scientists assist in the diagnosis,” said Bill Shea M.D., director of MDDX corporate development.More than 2,500 patient reports have been generated using the report engine, which can record more than 9,000 endpoints. The multi-user software platform represents an important advance in allowing a collaborative workflow by centralizing the patient record and crosschecking the work of the entire team against the ever-growing body of clinical wisdom.For more information: www.MDDX.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Technology | February 21, 2011 FDA Approves Cardiac CT Report Engine An example of FFR-CT imaging from Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich. The left image shows a 3D generated image of the coronary tree from a CT scan evaluated with computational fluid dynamics to determine the FFR numbers. It shows a severe restriction of the left main artery which requires a stent to revacularize. The image on the right is a comparison with the invasive angiogram from the cath lab prior to stenting.  Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Goibibo introduces flights hotels booking facility on its Android and iOS app

first_imgGoibibo has launched the ability to book ‘flights + hotels’ in a single cart on its mobile app. With this the travel portal becomes the first of its kind on the mobile platform.While searching for flights between origin and destination, travellers would now be able to add a hotel on a real time basis. The bundling provides the travellers with an advantage of significant price saving, along with a simple two tap process of checkout and payments.The details of the hotel such as pictures, location, room details, bundled price saving along with Go Reviews and ratings of the hotel can easily be viewed by the travellers before they proceed with the booking. The mobile flow also facilitates consumers to view other hotels that they can bundle with the flight by simple left swipe of the hotel.last_img read more

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