McNeil, the tribal council’s vice president, says the board must understand that the Sto: lo call the Fraser River their mother because it feeds and nurtures them.He says the Sto: lo believe they are responsible for looking after everything they see, including the Chinook salmon that are the main food source for threatened southern resident killer whales.Victor says the Sto: lo want to see justification for the pipeline expansion project, including the completion of environmental assessments that examine risks and impacts of a spill.The new hearings were prompted after the Federal Court of Appeal tossed out the original approval for the expansion, saying Canada didn’t adequately consult with First Nations or consider tanker traffic’s impact on the marine environment. VICTORIA, B.C. – First Nations leaders from British Columbia told a National Energy Board hearing in Victoria that there are serious concerns about the potential impacts of an expanded Trans Mountain pipeline on their homelands.Two leaders representing the Fraser Valley’s Sto: lo Tribal Council say protection of the Fraser River’s salmon, animals and surrounding lands is their eternal responsibility and the pipeline poses risks that could harm their homes and culture.But Chief Tyrone McNeil and councillor Andrew Victor did not say they are completely opposed to the expansion project.
New Delhi: The Indian domestic season 2018-19, participated in by state associations, finished on a high with the conclusion of the women’s U-23 Challenger Trophy final in Ranchi. While the Indian Premier League (IPL) final will officially conclude the Indian cricket season 2018-19, the current domestic season marked many a first in the history of Indian cricket. For the first time ever, the Indian domestic season witnessed as many as 2024 matches involving 37 teams amounting to 3444 match days as compared to 1032 matches involving 28 teams amounting to 1892.5 match days in the 2017-18 season, stated a BCCI media release. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: Rijiju “The scheduling of tournaments ensured leaner tournament window and reduced operational encumbrances of longer tournament windows. It’s a whopping 81 per cent jump in match days, which was accommodated with just a 21 per cent increase in season window,” the release added. 13015 player registrations were received throughout the season, while 6471 players participated in the 2018-19 season. Over 100 cities across India hosted senior as well as different age-group matches, stated the cricket board. The BCCI also said that it engaged the services of 170 video analysts and as many scorers, who ensured every game was scored live on the official website.
Geneva – Morocco on Wednesday condemned the “blatant involvement” and “biased attitude” of Algeria in the Western Sahara issue, in flat contradiction with its observer status. “The international community is fully informed of the true geopolitical reasons that motivate Algeria in its approach to the Moroccan Sahara before this Council,” chargé d’affaires of Morocco in Geneva Hassan Boukili said before the UN Human Rights Council in a reaction to the statement of the Algerian ambassador in which he accused Morocco of human rights violations in its southern provinces.Boukili recalled that Algiers has been involved, since 1975, militarily, politically, diplomatically and financially in this artificial dispute, noting that “its rhetoric on human rights in the Moroccan Sahara is fundamentally political.” He said that “Algeria’s obsession on Morocco and its Sahara results from its chronic complexes with regard to the kingdom, the authenticity of its history and its secular institutions, the pioneering nature of its democratic reforms, stability and national unity, and above all its strong autonomy initiative for the Sahara.”“This is the true capital of the historical and strategic leadership of Morocco that the political propaganda of Algeria and its gas contracts and arms cannot challenge,” he underlined.
The police said that the two girls were 17 years old. Both girls were related.The police said both girls set themselves on fire after the father of one victim filed a police complaint over a love affair his daughter had with a boy. (Colombo Gazette) Two young girls in Badulla died after self-immolation, the police media unit said today.
At Queen’s Park today, Kathleen Wynne revamped her cabinet. Some took on new responsibilities, some kept their old ones. But no one was booted out of cabinet as the new executive team was sworn into office this afternoon.There are now 23 ministries in the government. Some ministries have grown — environment becomes “environment and climate change,” for example — and the finance ministry was split in two. Four members are new to cabinet.Wynne is now officially the first woman elected premier of Ontario. Her cabinet includes eight women, including deputy premier Deb Matthews, who moves from a five-year stint as health minister to a new role: president of the treasury board. That essentially cuts finance minister Charles Sousa’s finance portfolio — which he keeps — in half.Jim Bradley becomes a minister without a portfolio and chair of the cabinet. Glen Murray goes from transportation to environment and climate change. One reporter said he looked like someone shot his dog today, but the premier said no one has been demoted.The biggest promotion is seen as Dr. Eric Hoskins, a McMaster graduate and founder of an international aid agency for children. He becomes health minister.Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn stays minister of labour and Hamilton-area stalwart Ted McMeekin becomes minister of municipal affairs and housing.
In his meeting yesterday with Minister Duleimi, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, Special Representative for the Secretary-General (SRSG), discussed the latest political and security developments in the country. They agreed that the current dynamics were more conducive to wider participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections than it was for last January’s elections, according to the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI).Mr. Qazi emphasized the need for creating a climate that allowed for inclusive, fair elections and hoped that military operations in Anbar province and the western part of the country will end as soon as possible to permit the fullest voter participation in those areas. He also expressed concern over the plight of civilians in those areas, many of whom had to flee the fighting. Mr. Duleimi said his Government and the Multi-National Force (MNF-I) were doing all they can to prevent unnecessary hardships for civilians and to aid in their resettlement.In the meeting with former Prime Minister Allawi, Mr. Qazi discussed last week’s preparatory meeting for the Iraqi National Accord Conference, to be held next February or March. He discussed the electoral process as well, reiterating the UN’s pledge to facilitate it. He also emphasized, once again, the importance of international observers in the electoral process.Previously this weekend, Mr. Qazi held talks with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Ibrahim Al-Jafari.
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Themes running through International Mining’s November issue article on software and mine planning include visualisation, integration and optimisation. In today’s world, visualisation capabilities are setting competing software systems apart.Sadly, the original article had to be cut back, so here are some of the other considerations, starting with further comment on VentSim, the Standard version of which offers the full 3D interface, animation and dynamic colouring and:■ Approximately 35 simulated data types■ Incompressible flow simulation only■ Contaminant tracking and simulation.The Advanced version offers all Standard features plus:■ Thermodynamic environmental simulation■ Compressible airflows self adjusting fan curves■ Financial simulation functions■ Recirculation prediction■ Diesel Particulate Matter spreading.This program requires Windows XP or VISTA. It may work on Macs with Windows Dual Boot software. Microsoft NET 2.0 and the latest Direct X 9.0c must be installed. Many Windows XP and all VISTA systems will already have this.Dr. Joop Nagtegaal says that Abaqus FEA software is unique in its capabilities to enable mining engineers to investigate design innovations from the drawing board to full production. “In the design stage, Abaqus models, which include rockmass volumes spanning several kilometres around the orebody and down to excavations just a few metres across, are used to compare and optimise engineering options,” he said. “Then, as the mine goes into production, large volumes of data from the field are incorporated with the analysis models to allow them to be calibrated to a precision not previously available.”Seismic event forecasting is of course important where mining-induced seismicity is a concern. Dr. Stephan Arndt, Principal Engineer at the Beck Arndt Engineering (BAE) Perth office, said the vast amount of analysis required to create solutions today requires new technologies and methods.One innovation has been the development of the Dissipated Plastic Energy (DPE) analysis method. DPE analysis has been used to develop controls for potential problems, as well as to better understand how rock masses are damaged.“The size of the models we now use in mining is unprecedented,” said Arndt. “Distributed Memory Parallel (DMP) processing, using 32 CPUs with Abaqus FEA software, gives us the capacity to compare a number of different scenarios for mine-scale model simulations in a very short time. The level of detail achieved in these models allows us to calibrate deformation and rockmass damage, seismogenic potential and ground support performance. Abaqus has an important role to play in mining and our analysis methods are setting new standards in this industry.”A different application of non-linear modelling is the design of ground support.Deswik Software delivers mine planning applications and custom-made software development services. The company was founded by the original authors of the successful Mine2-4D and mineCAD products. The company says its aim is “to simplify, automate and improve the processes used in mine technical services departments, through the development and application of software and practical mining knowledge. Deswik Software believes in partnering with its clients to achieve the best mutual outcomes. The company draws on over three decades of experience in improving mine planning processes through software development and mine planning consulting.”DeswikCAD provides mine planning tools suited to the coal and open pit markets. Written in the latest technologies, DeswikCAD provides the user with a simple, modern and intuitive CAD-style interface. The main features of DeswikCAD include:■ Easy to manipulate CAD user interface■ Fully featured CAD design editing tools■ Integration with mining data sources (Datamine, Surpac, Vulcan, DXF, DGN, DWG)■ Mine design tools■ Graphical reporting capabilities■ Powerful, yet simple plotting■ Plugin and scripting interfaces to customise the core application and quickly modify data.Dynamic mine planningRunge has used five main categories to help customers enhance their decision making capability. It says that some of the key capabilities that customers have asked for and it has delivered are:■ Information – Right data to the right people at the right time■ Integration – Providing a framework and transparency to enable data driven decision making by providing visibility of data from enterprise to operation■ Completeness – Integrating spatial and nonspatial data for a full picture of the business■ Repeatability – Capturing, standardising and systematising corporate business process knowledge■ Control – Bringing reliable, repeatable and transparent control of business process and information, reducing time wasted in locating information and improving information quality and reliability.Turning to another trusted SAP partner, LodeOne is a qualified SAP All-in-One solution preconfigured to deliver the specialised industry functionality that primary metals and mining companies require to plan, automate, monitor and streamline end-to-end business operations. It is a turnkey solution for managing all facets of the business. Its aim is to maximise flexibility and minimise Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). The option of a fixed-cost, fixed-scope implementation dramatically reduces risk. On-demand or on-premise delivery accommodates virtually any budget. SAP Best Practices, based on thousands of SAP implementations, are included – and provide the ability to use only what you need today while preparing for the future.Based on the worldclass SAP ERP solution and SAP NetWeaver technology, LodeOne is offered exclusively by Optimal Solutions, an award-winning SAP consulting firm.Some of the improvements in MineMap’s recently recently upgraded mine design software, MineMap, are:■ Enhancement of its existing easy use system■ Simplified data management tools■ Improved reporting■ Improved integration with other external systems.MineMap offers a fully integrated mine design package which includes; mining engineering, geology and surveying providing a comprehensive geological modelling and mine planning system for all commodities and operational situations including a world leading laminar modelling module for stratified deposits such as coal, iron ore, phosphate and mineral sands.MineMap is currently developing its new Global Mining System (GMS), which will offer several enhanced features to its current fully integrated system providing a single mine management system that can be scaled to the clients specific needs (planned competition mid to late 2010). With the advent of GMS, clients will be able to scale/develop their Mine Management System to fit their needs as well as allowing a near seamless integration with other external systems as required through improved data management and integrated management systems.With the development of GMS, MineMap aims to provide a mining design package that is still focused on the needs of the mining engineer, geologist and surveyor but takes into consideration environmental, safety and operational cost requirements which are integral parts of mine planning.MineMap has recently reviewed several of its other packages/services including Express, BluePipe, MineSched (mine scheduler software) and Business/Project Optimisation System (allows whole of project optimisation and cost review), resulting in the commencement of upgrades for both Express and MineSched.Express is MineMap’s Optimum Haul Road Design Package that aims to provide the ultimate cost benefit solution to haul road requirements, from the bottom of the pit to the top. Substantial cost savings should be obtainable, with the system providing the optimum road reserve.BluePipe allows operators and mining contractors to take better control over their businesses through its On-Site suite of smart tracking and communications services. The On-Site suite combines cellular data communications technology, inexpensive compact transceivers and industry leading software to enable:■ Preventative maintenance rather than costly repair providing greater asset uptime■ Operator monitoring to maximise effective output and support operator retraining■ Ore grade management based upon extraction locations■ Asset efficiency metrics■ Immediate action via in-cab communication devices to deliver tasking or corrective instructions directly to operators■ Minimise waste through ensuring valuable ore is not discarded to the waste dump.In addition to data collection tools, Century Systems has developed its own laboratory information management system, Century LIMS. Implementing Century LIMS, either alone, or in conjunction with other parts of the CenturySystems increases the efficiency of the lab by improving accuracy and turnaround times. It also has the capability to automatically post results back to Century’s database management platform, Fusion.Fusion is another one of the features that helped win a recent contract with Kinross as it provides companies the ability to administer, configure, store and report on all of their data, centrally. The Century Systems data management solution does not require database or SQL expertise to administer and use the system. Tasks like QAQC reporting are also made easier because of the centralised data structure and Century’s newest application Report Manager.Report Manager exponentially increases the efficiency of QAQC reporting when compared to manual or even other automated processes. The efficiency within Report Manager comes from being able to group oft run reports into activities that can be run as part of a single process. Report Manager can automatically insert QAQC charts and data into predetermined locations in your QC report template. The next version of Report Manager will provide a scheduling component that will reduce or eliminate the need for regular user input for QAQC reporting.
Capital Drilling Ltd, a leading drilling solutions company focused on the African markets, has announced an update on operations in West Africa as well as additional new contracts elsewhere on the continent. The company has made significant progress over the first half of 2018 in implementing its strategy of building a stronger presence in the West Africa region. As a result of substantial asset redeployment, Capital Drilling now has a total of 26 rigs in the region, located in Mauritania, Mali and Côte d’Ivoire. A further four rigs are scheduled to arrive in the coming months which will provide Capital Drilling with one of the largest rig fleets in the region.Infrastructure has also been developed over the first half of 2018. The Group now has offices, warehouses, workshops and accommodation in Bamako, Mali, and Yamoussoukro, Côte d’Ivoire, building on the alreadyestablished presence in Mauritania. “To further enhance our capabilities in the region the Group has appointeda Business Development Manager, Julian Blake, initially based in Ghana. We are pleased to announce that the increased commitment to the region has resulted in a number of successful contract awards, specifically:• Resolute, Mali – Capital Drilling was selected as preferred contractor for a three year contract with ResoluteMining Ltd in Mali, West Africa. Under this contract, Capital Drilling provides surface drilling for Exploration and Resource Development at Resolute’s projects and joint venture operations in Mali. This contract award was previously announced in April 2018 and commences 1 July 2018, replacing the existing short-term surface drilling contract.• Kinross, Mauritania – Capital Drilling has been awarded a drill rig maintenance contract at the Tasiast Minein Mauritania. The contract commenced in June 2018 and runs for a two year period. Capital Drilling has been contracted for maintenance on two blast hole rigs since January 2018 and we are pleased to be awarded a long duration contract reflecting the solid results under the initial trial contract.• Hummingbird Resources, Mali – Capital Drilling has been awarded a delineation drilling contract at the Yanfolila Gold Mine in Mali. The contract will utilise one reverse circulation (RC) rig and three rigs for diamond core drilling and will be carried out over H2 2018, with operations commencing in July 2018.”Commenting on the update, Jamie Boyton, Executive Chairman said: “Capital Drilling’s development of its drilling services business in West Africa, one of the fastest growing geographies in mining industry, has progressed substantially over the last 12 months. We have more than doubled our rig fleet in the region to what will be approximately 30 rigs in the second half of this year. The progress in West Africa and in other geographies translates into the Group providing new guidance on our anticipated revenues for the current financial year to $105-115 million, up from $100-110 million. We look forward to updating shareholders with further progress when we announce our H1 Trading Update on 10th July 2018.”In the rest of Africa, Capital Drilling has been awarded an exploration drilling contract at the Rodruin, Hamama & Abu Marawat projects in Egypt. The contract will utilise one reverse circulation (RC) rig for 15,000 m of drilling, which will be carried out during Q3 2018. Capital Drilling previously drilled for Aton Resources in 2017. For Graphex Mining Ltd in Tanzania, Capital Drilling has been awarded a delineation drilling contract at the ChilaloGraphite Project. The contract will utilise one rig for approximately 3,000 m of diamond core drilling, which will be carried out during Q3 2018. Capital Drilling previously drilled at Chilalo in 2015. Finally, for De Beers Holdings in Botswana, Capital Drilling has been awarded a delineation drilling contract at the Kokong project in Botswana. The contract will utilise two rigs for 11,000 m of diamond core drilling and will be carried out over H2 2018.
‘No plans for zero hours contracts’ for McDonalds in Ireland after UK u-turn The government has promised to bring forth new proposals to tackle zero hours contracts here. Source: Jeremy Corbyn MP/Twitter Short URL 12,023 Views 11 Comments Yes (1688) Labour will ban zero hours contracts, giving new protections to the 60,000 Scottish workers currently with no guaranteed hours. #STUC17 pic.twitter.com/Bqmr1MBocV— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) April 24, 2017 Not sure (57) Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie No (113) YesNoNot sureVote By Sean Murray Apr 28th 2017, 6:10 AM Share Tweet Email Friday 28 Apr 2017, 6:10 AM Zero-hours contracts are rare in Ireland (and there is some protection under a 1997 Act), but a government report in 2015 found that the percentage of workers on “if and when” contracts, or on low-hours contracts, is increasing.While zero hours contracts are essentially not possible in Ireland, employers are able to get around this by offering these “if and when” contracts.“If and when” contracts are effectively zero hours contracts, except without the obligation on the worker to make themselves available for work.Writing in TheJournal.ie, solicitor Jason O’Sullivan said it would be key for this government “to quickly stem the growth of “if and when” contracts”.Referring to the government report on the issue, O’Sullivan added: “The report found that, while zero-hour contracts are not extensively used in Ireland, this other type of working arrangement, when used inappropriately, greatly undermines existing legislative protections and in particular remuneration entitlements.”In response to a question on the issue last month in the Dáil, Minister for Employment and Small Business Pat Breen said that he and his colleague Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor “intend to bring forward proposals in this area for consideration by government”.“We intend to include protections aimed particularly at low-paid, more vulnerable workers,” he said.Our proposals will address the issue of employees on low hour contracts who consistently work more hours each week but whose contracts do not reflect the reality of their hours worked.He did add however, that developing policy in this area is a “complex matter”.So, what do you think? Should the government legislate and ban zero hours contracts in Ireland? FAST FOOD CHAIN McDonald’s has said it has no plans to introduce zero hours contracts in Ireland, after its UK workers were offered the chance to switch from the controversial practice to fixed-hours earlier this week.On Wednesday, McDonald’s announced that it would offer 115,000 of its UK workers on the contracts the opportunity to move to fixed contracts with a minimum number of guaranteed hours every week.Its chief executive in the UK, Paul Pomroy, said that “the vast majority” of employees were “happy with their flexible contracts, but some have told [them] more fixed hours would help them get better access to some financial products”.Pomroy previously told the BBC that a large proportion of workers were happy to remain on these “flexible contracts” rather than move to fixed contracts.Speaking to TheJournal.ie, a spokesperson for McDonald’s in Ireland said the company “does not operate on a zero hours employment contractual basis”.We have no plans to introduce this practice.Other companies under pressure for the practice in the UK include Sports Direct, who were forced into a similar climbdown last year after political pressure.These kinds of contracts have proved particularly unpopular in the UK, with critics saying that companies used them to exploit workers through its ability to change shifts at short notice.The UK government has shown little appetite to change this, although Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to ban the practice if elected Prime Minister in the upcoming election. Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie http://jrnl.ie/3362029 Poll Results:
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Amber Hall gets Miss Congeniality at Teen Universe pageant Turks & Caicos Miss Teen Universe, Miss Amber Hall Captures Miss Congeniality in Costa Rica Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 28 Sept 2015 – Nineteen-year-old Amber Hall is the newly crowned Miss Teen TCI 2015-2016. Representing Providenciales, Amber rose to the occasion and took the crown at the 2nd Annual Miss Teen TCI pageant on Saturday September 26 at Brayton Hall. Hall also won the titles of Miss Congeniality, and Miss Social Media, the Lifestyle Fitness Prize, and was the winner of the interview segment.First runner up, Arielle Neeley wowed the crowd and captured the categories of best costume, best swimsuit, evening gown and best talent; Neely was also named Miss Photogenic and Miss Popularity.Following respectively: 2nd runner up was Leanndra Pratt, 3rd Gessica Williams and 4th runner up went to Shanise Laurant. Recommended for you Teen TCI First Runner Up going to Intl Pageant too Related Items:amber hall, arielle meeley, brayton hall, gessica williams, leanndra pratt, Miss teen tci
Sydney Tags News • Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus deal: $840 (save $160) AT&T had the advantage of tightly controlling its network in a smaller area, and it showed. Over the course of 12 speed tests, eight climbed higher than 1.4Gbps — again, that beats our top Verizon speed. Verizon’s speeds in our test consistently spanned 400Mbps to over 1Gbps, and we broke through the 1Gbps barrier four times in a 4-hour testing period around downtown Chicago. 4G speeds were also faster where we tested 5G.Sprint covered a comparatively larger area throughout Dallas, with speeds that rarely crested 400Mbps (that’s still much faster than your current phone).This is an imperfect comparison in a lot of ways. Verizon and Sprint use different spectrum (radio frequencies). Verizon and this AT&T test use millimeter wave (mmWave), which produces extremely fast speeds to a targeted area. Sprint, however, uses midband frequencies, which cover a comparatively larger area but are a bit slower, hence the 400Mbps peaks. AT&T will also rely on this midband spectrum for the majority of its future network and will give more densely populated areas and businesses a faster shot of 5G Plus.AT&T’s 5G speeds blew us away on a Galaxy S10 5G phone. Logan Moy/CNET 5G network footprint: Sprint wins today. Tomorrow is wide openAlthough AT&T technically has more cities lit up in 5G than Sprint and certainly Verizon, the Galaxy S10 5G phone isn’t actually available to the general public yet (it’s only for business users). That makes Sprint the winner in turning on a larger 5G network that more people can use today.However, Verizon is the largest US network by population coverage, with AT&T right behind it, while Sprint and T-Mobile are currently in third and fourth. Still, Sprint’s strong start with 5G makes it an attractive bargaining chip in the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile — and T-Mobile 5G held its own in our New York tests.If the DOJ approves the merger, the newly bolstered T-Mobile will be in a stronger position to take on Verizon and AT&T. (Here’s how Dish figures into the megamerger, too.) 8.2 seconds See Galaxy S10 5G’s jaw-dropping real-world speeds 9:40 Sub-6GHz 5G real-world download speeds Now playing: Watch this: Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Galaxy S10 5G 1.3 Gbps 5G technology LG V50 New York 6 minutes and 34 seconds Oppo Reno 5G Verizon 11:22 Galaxy S10 5G We’re still in the early days of our 5G tests in the US and around the globe, but comparing our results from Speedtest.net and real-world downloads already reveal an important lesson. Speed isn’t everything. The consistency of those speeds and the breadth of coverage are just as important as high highs and lightning-fast downloads.While most of us won’t feel the full effect of next-generation 5G speeds until the networks start to roll out in earnest, more 5G phones have become available, and the price of ownership has dropped.However, the reality of 5G’s ability to make your download speeds exponentially faster is undeniably clear and happening now. N/A AT&T (Galaxy S10 5G) London Samsung, LG, Motorola: How soon can we expect 5G phones? 3 minutes, 31 seconds Review • Galaxy S10 Plus braces for Galaxy Note 10 impact 27 seconds (download only), 1 minute, 23 seconds (download and install) PUBG was 1.96 GB Los Angeles (Warner Bros. Studio) Seoul Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Season 1 (8 episodes, 1.82GB) Sprint wins one more timeSprint doesn’t have the fastest speeds by a mile, but where the carrier really pulled ahead was in citywide coverage. Our test in Dallas had us on a bus and car driving around the city while seeing download speeds pass between 5G and 4G. We were able to test on the go, and there was a larger area of the city and Dallas outskirts outfitted with coverage. Meanwhile, in Chicago (we didn’t get a chance to test in Minneapolis), 5G areas acted more like hotspots. They work best when you’re within a line of sight and 100 to 300 feet away. Coverage zones are smaller and the signal is more finicky, easily obstructed by trees, cars, raindrops — you name it. Same story with AT&T, which was completely contained in a movie lot.Sprint is the readiest for more people. Lynn La/CNET The mmWave spectrum that Verizon and AT&T use also can’t penetrate indoors or through glass, so you can’t get the benefit if you’re driving in a car or inside your workplace… yet. Remember, 5G is still in painfully early days. That larger coverage area showed in our Dallas tests, but again, this was one city with its very particular geography, and Sprint took its time to construct its network. What does it all mean? AT&T shows us the most potential for blazing downloads at the brink of our imagination. Verizon has the upper hand when it comes to consistently fast 5G speeds when you can actually latch onto the network. And Sprint showed us how slower-but-broader 5G coverage can still benefit you with faster-than-4G downloads across the board. T-Mobile proved it has the foundation in place, but its proposed merger with Sprint could change the game.We’re not done testing yet, not by a long shot. We have dozens if not hundreds of tests to come as we’re able to test the same phone on the same network in the same city — and around the world. Keep in mind that we expect a wide gulf between these peak speeds and the results we’ll see when people start pinging the 5G networks in droves. That will be the real test of network speed, congestion and convenience. After all the talk, it’s invigorating to see 5G networks come to life. But they still have such a long way to go. 5G tests: Peak speeds Wine Country movie (143 minutes) See it $833 See It Telstra 489 Mbps Sydney June 14, 2019 Lynn La, Patrick Holland and Eli Blumenthal contributed to this story.Originally published May 31.Updates, June 1, June 2, June 3, June 4: Adds more details; June 25: Adds analysis in light of AT&T test results. Update, June 26: Adds T-Mobile network news. Update, June 27. Update, June 30: Added T-Mobile test results.Update, July 1. How fast is T-Mobile’s 5G network? We took it for a test… 618 Mbps Galaxy S10 5G Sub-6GHz T-Mobile Sprint’s LG V50 5G phone shows the most promise for consistent coverage. Lynn La/CNET 5G has launched on all four major US carriers — Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile — and we got a chance to test them all, from Los Angeles to New York. (We tested 5G in the UK and Australia, too.) After dozens of tests in cities across the US, we can firmly say that fast 5G is coming, and with it, one of the most important competitions — and challenges — facing the phone world today.AT&T showed us the fastest peak download speeds of them all, but under such limited circumstances, it’s almost better to think of it as a demo rather than real-world tests. While ordinary buyers likely won’t get to use AT&T’s 5G on phones until at least 2020 (it’s for business customers only now), the fact that AT&T blasted past Verizon’s already crazy speeds in Chicago, more than doubled T-Mobile’s peak in Manhattan and more than tripled Sprint’s highest speeds in Dallas underscores how hungry carriers are to win 5G victories early. The stakes are real. 5G is the most important thing to happen to phones in a decade. This is the new network technology that will eventually replace today’s 4G LTE networks, promising anywhere from 2x to 10x and one day 100x faster download speeds. With 5G, you’ll be able to download hours of video in seconds, launch crystal clear, lag-free video calls and play graphics-heavy games in real time. The carrier that can claim the fastest download speeds, widest coverage area and most consistent service earns more than just bragging rights. Carriers hope to lure customers on the strength of their 5G reputations. 49 seconds Sprint 4 minutes mmWave 2.5 minutes 583 Mbps N/A 2:18 460 Mbps AT&T 5G network has some of the fastest speeds we’ve… ~5 minutes Sprint stats (5G network)Network type: 2.5GHz “sub-6” wireless spectrum5G cities today: Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Kansas City5G phones: LG V50, Galaxy S10 5GMore 5G cities announced: Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and WashingtonTotal area: 2,180 square miles; 11.5 million people Verizon stats (Ultra Wideband)Network type: Millimeter wave (mmWave)5G cities today: Chicago, Minneapolis5G phones: Galaxy S10 5G, Moto Z3 with Moto Mod More 5G cities announced: 30 markets by the end of 2019AT&T stats (5G Plus)Network type: AT&T 5G Plus will work with mmWave technology, but the carrier will also use “sub-6” spectrum5G cities: Parts of 19 cities, including LA, Austin, and Dallas (started with hotspots)5G phone: Galaxy S10 5G (Business only, consumer by 2020)More 5G cities announced: AT&T has plans for at least 30 citiesT-Mobile statsNetwork type: mmWave technology5G cities: Six cities, including Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York5G phone: Galaxy S10 5GMore 5G cities announced: T-Mobile is focused on the Sprint merger and expansion into low-band spectrumSee for yourself: 5G coverage anywhere in the world Verizon’s 5G network will grow beyond Chicago and Minneapolis. Jessica Dolcourt/CNET Real-world tests are more impressive than you’d thinkPeak speeds are one thing, but what you’ll really care about is how quickly your shows and movies can download. We downloaded some of the same apps and shows in Chicago, Dallas, and LA to try to compare.It’s not apples to apples, of course, because of testing constraints that have us in different cities, on different networks using different phones at different times (and in one case, a different season of the show — oops). June 15, 2019 We field-tested Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T’s speeds using the Speedtest.net benchmarking app in different locations. We also downloaded apps, movies and TV shows to see how fast the network and phones handled real-world actions (more below).But here’s one important difference in the tests. While Verizon (and T-Mobile) let journalists loose to test its 5G nodes built into existing light posts, again, our tests with AT&T are better thought of like a really impressive demo. (Sprint escorted us around Dallas in a car outfitted with screens to show our 5G progress.) AT&T let us use the Galaxy S10 5G on its live 5G Plus network (the name for its fastest network for phones) on a section of the Warner Bros. production lot — basically, a small neighborhood that has its own town square — with nodes built onto rooftops. June 22, 2019 N/A N/A Sub-6GHz Dallas May 30, 2019 SK Telecom 1.8 Gbps AT&T smashes Verizon’s peak speedsTest after test, AT&T’s 5G network topped Verizon’s fastest network speeds — 1.8Gbps on AT&T and 1.3Gbps on Verizon. That’s especially impressive knowing that AT&T decided to “cap” its 5G speeds at 2Gbps, suggesting they could go even higher.Sprint peaked at 484 Mbps (megabits per second). That’s 3.7 times slower than AT&T’s highest score, but still, nothing to scoff at. 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When we tested T-Mobile’s network on the Galaxy S10 in New York, we noticed that 5G would hand off to 4G as the mercury climbed. At around 88 degrees in full sunlight, falling back to a 4G network would keep internal phone temperatures in check — in addition to any individual devices’ internal cooling strategies.The high-frequency radio waves used by mmWave technology could theoretically cause the phone to overheat, especially when paired with resource-heavy processing that spins up the CPU to its maximum levels, such as downloading large files or streaming in ultra-high quality (a future promise for 5G).This is not the first link between 5G and the weather, though meteorologists’ concern that 5G could wreak havoc on atmospheric readings is quite a different consequence and one that the scientific community is actively discussing. On the ground, we’ll need to keep an eye out for weather patterns affecting 5G data. 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The union budget of 2019-20 is definitely a progressive one to revive the economy and create positive business sentiments. It has ushered in policies that will help in the growth of the overall economy. It would act as a catalyst for higher demands and spur spending across bottom-of-pyramid consumers. The government proposed a range of major changes for India’s education system in the budget and laid emphasis on the importance of not only providing literacy but improving the quality of education. The decision to set up a National Research Foundation to fund and coordinate research in India is welcome. The plan of the Government to launch ‘Study in India’ programme is meant to make India an attractive education destination for international students. The allotment of 400-cr to develop world class institutions is to be highly appreciated. The enhancement of budget allocation for education is an appreciating move. This increased allocation of fund will ensure better quality government schools that educate majority of children in India. With the aim of the government to make India’s schools future-ready with a deeper focus on research and new age skills such as robotics, AI, IoT etc, not only integration of technology in classrooms is expected to get a considerable boost, but also education will become more accessible for all. The decision to treat education holistically is also a welcome move and will lend greater synergy in planning and execution of important schemes and programmes. This is a balanced budget as far as education sector is concerned. Overall, we feel that the measures taken should meet the expectations of the common man, which will lead to higher consumption, enhanced liquidity in the market, increase in investment and savings, imperative to fuel India’s growth engine.
Bindra won a gold for India at 2008 Beijing OlympicsReutersAbhinav Bindra has always been known for his sobriety. Even after becoming India’s first-ever individual Olympic gold-medallist, he hardly displayed any emotion and went about accepting congratulations from others. But behind the inscrutable exterior, lies an intense personality.How intense this personality is was revealed in an interview that the retired shooter gave to Olympic Channel. Talking about the mental travails he had to endure, Bindra mentioned his hard work and focus that led to the gold medal at Beijing.”For 15 years of my life, I worked for one goal, for one dream and that was to win a gold medal at the Olympic Games,” the 36-year old narrated. “One fine day, I had this gold medal in my pocket and from one day to other, I really didn’t know what to do,” he continued.Struggles with lack of motivationBindra, who comes from a privileged background, was able to procure his own training facilities and worked hard to improve his game under various coaches. But, after his efforts culminated in the Olympic triumph of 2008, he found himself struggling to regain motivation.”I lost all motivation and it was really tough. It was really tough to deal with success. It’s not uncommon in athletes to go through this mental low phase when they are, actually, extremely successful. You are used to having a goal, you are used to working hard at it, pursuing that dream, pursuing that goal. And then, one day, it’s all done and dusted,” the five-time Olympian stated. Bindra came close to winning bronze at Rio Olympics alsoIANSSomething similar overtook Michael Phelps after his record haul of eight gold medals at Beijing Olympics. However, the American swimmer recovered his focus and went on to have successful appearances in two more Olympics.In the case of the Indian shooter, he made up his mind to leave the sporting arena altogether. To regain peace of mind, Bindra chose meditation as the medium. But that path led him back to his original calling.”It was at that time, I actually wanted to quit sport and move on to a different area in life and find a new ambition. I went on a 10-day meditation retreat which was a silent retreat where we had to meditate seven hours a day and we couldn’t talk for 10 days,” he revealed.But that’s when Bindra’s passion for shooting got rekindled. “I was there with the intention of finding my next goal, finding my next path. I arrive at this retreat and for 10 days, I think about nothing else but how I can improve in my own performance. Actually, it was that realisation that I still loved the sport, I still loved the process of what I did that gave me the energy to pursue (further) my Olympic dream,” the Padma Bhushan awardee explained.Bindra went on to compete in both the 2012 London Olympics and the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, missing the bronze in the latter event by a small margin. Since, Bindra’s thoughts are even more shrouded by his calm demeanour than those of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, this insight into the mental struggles of the country’s most successful individual Olympic sportsperson had is highly valuable. It shows that sports isn’t just about physical training but also requires mental peace.
Credit: CC0 Public Domain (Phys.org)—A team of researchers from several institutions in the U.S. has found that algae growing on packed snow causes the snow to melt faster. In their paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience, the team describes testing the impact of algae growing on snow and measuring its impact on an Alaskan ice field. © 2017 Phys.org This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Cosmopolitan snow algae accelerate melting of Arctic glaciers As the planet continues to warm, scientists around the globe seek to learn about resulting changes. In this new effort, the researchers looked at the impact of algae growing on icefields in Alaska.Chlamydomonas nivalis is a type of fresh water algae that is hardy enough to survive while living on the snowflakes that make up ice fields in polar regions. Because of its pinkish hue, it causes what is commonly known as “watermelon snow.” Logic suggests that colored snow reflects less heat than white snow and that was what prompted the researchers to look into the impact that the algae is having on the ice fields.The study consisted of adding water to small designated areas and fertilizer to others on the Harding Icefield. The team also completely removed algae from some other areas to serve as a control. Doing so, the team reports, caused algae growth 1.5 times that of white snow in the watered areas and quadruple that in areas where fertilizer was added. The team then measured ice melt over a period of 100 days for all of the test areas.The researchers found that the places where algae were growing melted faster than did those with no algae, and the more algae was present, the faster the ice melted. By comparing their results with satellite imaging data, they were able to calculate the increase in melting across the entire ice field due to the presence of the algae—they found it to be 17 percent.But that was not the end of the story. The team also found that because the algae caused more melting, it meant there was more water for it to use, which increased its growth, causing even more melting. The presence of the algae created a feedback which, the team claims, is causing glacial ice to melt faster than it would otherwise. The researchers suggest the effect is likely occurring on glaciers in other places as well, including those in mountainous regions in non-polar areas. Explore further Journal information: Nature Geoscience Citation: Algae growing on snow found to cause ice field to melt faster in Alaska (2017, September 19) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2017-09-algae-ice-field-faster-alaska.html More information: Gerard Q. Ganey et al. The role of microbes in snowmelt and radiative forcing on an Alaskan icefield, Nature Geoscience (2017). DOI: 10.1038/ngeo3027AbstractA lack of liquid water limits life on glaciers worldwide but specialized microbes still colonize these environments. These microbes reduce surface albedo, which, in turn, could lead to warming and enhanced glacier melt. Here we present results from a replicated, controlled field experiment to quantify the impact of microbes on snowmelt in red-snow communities. Addition of nitrogen–phosphorous–potassium fertilizer increased alga cell counts nearly fourfold, to levels similar to nitrogen–phosphorus-enriched lakes; water alone increased counts by half. The manipulated alga abundance explained a third of the observed variability in snowmelt. Using a normalized-difference spectral index we estimated alga abundance from satellite imagery and calculated microbial contribution to snowmelt on an icefield of 1,900 km2. The red-snow area extended over about 700 km2, and in this area we determined that microbial communities were responsible for 17% of the total snowmelt there. Our results support hypotheses that snow-dwelling microbes increase glacier melt directly in a bio-geophysical feedback by lowering albedo and indirectly by exposing low-albedo glacier ice. Radiative forcing due to perennial populations of microbes may match that of non-living particulates at high latitudes. Their contribution to climate warming is likely to grow with increased melt and nutrient input.
Balurghat: The election season witnesses massive campaigning with all eyes on political debates raging in every nook and corner of the country. This is also the time when health and awareness camps take a backseat as organisations involved with such programmes find it difficult to organise drives because of reduced turnout due to poll activities.The ongoing election here in South Dinajpur has hit donation and availability of blood. Both blood banks in Balurghat and Gangarampur have been suffering as very few blood donation camps are being held by welfare organizations. According to an official source, no blood donation camp has been organised nearly for a month here. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata”The shortage of blood has led to unprecedented pressure on relatives of patients. The crisis deepened since the Election Commission of India issued a directive barring political leader and the representatives of political parties from organising any camp during the polls,” said a source of district health department adding that more than 80 per cent of their supply are being collected through voluntary collection. During summers, blood banks face crisis and the stock dips by 30 per cent but at present the problem compounded because of the polls. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateNGOs, social welfare organisations, local youth clubs or political parties are busy with campaigns and other poll-related activities. “The election fever has taken a toll on blood collection resulting to an acute shortage of supply in the two principal state-run blood banks of Balurghat and Gangarampur. About 1,200 unit of blood is required every month at the blood banks for operations and blood transfusion for Thalassemia patients,” said a source. In Balurghat, at present, about 40 units of blood are stored. Of the 40 units, 16 units are for A positive group, one unit for A negative, 20 units for B positive, one unit for B negative and one unit for O positive group. There is no blood for AB and O negative groups in the district hospital. In Gangarampur sub-divisional hospital, the stock of blood is almost nil. The relatives of patients are being asked to arrange for donors. However, most of them are returning in empty-handed. The condition of other blood banks in the town is no better. Chief medical officer of health (South Dinajpur) Dr Sukumar Dey said: “No major blood donation camp has being conducted during the last month because of the ongoing elections. We have appealed all the donors and social organisations to conduct blood donation camps to tide over the crisis.”
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 CALGARY — As of June 30, all Canadian accredited and TIDS travel agents will be required to access their settlement statements using BSPLink. Statements for GDS bookings are already available on BSPLink, but this will be a new process for bookings made through WestJet Agent. Commission for WestJet Agent bookings will continue to be settled through TIESS as it is today. This change has been mandated by IATA and will be in effect industry-wide.With BSPLink, you will be able to easily access your online settlement statements for all air transactions. You will also be able to download available statements in a PDF format.Effective June 30, this is where you will access your statements and settle your commission:WestJet Agent: BSPLink (Access settlement statements); TIESS (Commission settlement)GDS: BSPLInk (Access settlement statements); BSPLink (Commission settlement)In order to prepare for this transition, all travel agents will require an active BSPLink account before June 30, 2017. Your banking information must be registered on BSPLink in order to access your statements.More news: Flights cancelled as British Airways hit by computer problemPlease note these changes only apply to air bookings. Commission on WestJet Vacations bookings will continue to be settled through TIESS and there will be no change to how you receive your statements.For more information on these changes, any next steps you will need to take and how-to videos, click here. WestJet highlights IATA’s new process for accessing settlement statements Travelweek Group Posted by Share << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: WestJet
Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Top Stories 5 treatments for adult scoliosis More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) – A judge in the Dominican Republic has ruled there is enough evidence for authorities to hold a Roman Catholic priest while they investigate allegations that he raped a 15-year-old girl.A police statement Tuesday says officers arrested Alberto Zacarias Cordero Liriano after the girl’s mother accused the priest of repeatedly raping the teenager.Hundreds of parishioners and several priests protested in front of the Justice Department building to show their support for Zacarias. Quick workouts for men 4 must play golf courses in Arizona 0 Comments Share Sponsored Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Defense attorney Frank Moreta tells local media that Zacarias is innocent and he accuses reporters of being sensationalist. Moreta says the Diocese of La Vega has temporarily suspended Zacarias but he remains a priest within the church.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Kent Jones’ intimate drama “Diane” landed a leading three awards at the 17th annual Tribeca Film Festival, including best narrative feature.“Diane” stars 70-year-old Mary Kay Place as a memory-haunted widow in rural Massachusetts. It’s the first fiction film for Jones, the film critic and director of the New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center. “Diane,” which is produced by Martin Scorsese, also won for Jones’ screenplay and Wyatt Garfield’s cinematography in awards announced at a ceremony in New York on Thursday night.“We have chosen a film that we believe encompasses the beauty, esthetic, as well as the powerful themes of love, struggle, life, death, and womanhood that are the spirit of this year’s festival,” said the jury for best narrative feature.“Diane” was among the most acclaimed films at the festival, which runs through the weekend. Variety raved: “It’s up to Kent Jones whether or not he wants to abandon his day job, but ‘Diane’ demonstrates that he has the potential to be a major filmmaker.”Best documentary went to Gabrielle Brady’s “Island of the Hungry Ghosts,” about an Australian detention centre on a remote jungle island in the Indian Ocean.The festival’s Albert Maysles New Documentary Director Award was given to Dava Whisenant for “Bathtubs Over Broadway.” The film chronicles the discovery by Steve Young, a longtime writer for David Letterman’s “Late Night,” of a long-forgotten world of “industrial musicals” — lavish productions put on by major corporations at annual sales meetings.The Nora Ephron Award, which honours female filmmakers, went to Nia DaCosta for “Little Woods,” a neo-western thriller starring Tessa Thompson and Lily James.Other winners included Ali Shawkat (“Duck Butter”) for best actress, Jeffrey Wright (“O.G.”) for best actor and Marios Piperides’ “Smuggling Hendrix” for best international feature. The virtual reality installation “Hero” won the festival’s Storyscapes Awards for immersive storytelling.___Follow Jake Coyle on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/jakecoyleAP This image released by the Tribeca Film Festival shows Jeffrey Wright in a scene from “O.G.” The film, by Madeleine Sackler, was shot at Indiana’s Pendleton Correction Facility, with inmates playing major and minor roles. (Tribeca Film Festival via AP) by Jake Coyle, The Associated Press Posted Apr 26, 2018 4:11 pm PDT Last Updated Apr 27, 2018 at 6:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Kent Jones’ ‘Diane’ takes top award at Tribeca
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