With time, medical treatment pattern has seen drastic changes. Medical education has moved from Gurukul to modern medical colleges and hospitals. The present-day medical student does not have to roam about in forests in search of herbs, shrubs or animals to find medicines. Methods of treatment have undergone a sea of changes. There have been changes in the relationship between doctors and patients. Even though personal examination of the patient remains key to reaching a diagnosis, investigations give tremendous information into the pathology of illness and in managing the treatment. With newer gadgets, particularly the telephone and the internet, communication methods have changed as well. Many patients contact the doctor on the telephone for advice. This is not a foolproof method to approach the patient because one is not able to directly examine the patient. The doctor has to depend on what the patient tells. At times the patient may tell the symptoms which he/she thinks are important. But for the doctor, these symptoms may not be of much value. On a telephone, the doctor has limited questions which are important to clinch the diagnosis. Many times, a patient may panic for something which in actual practice is not so serious. The doctor is not able to physically examine. He/she can neither palpate nor auscultate. He is not able to see actual signs which the patient is developing. Therefore, the chances of being misled and error are high. In this context, it is important to refer to the decision of the Bombay High Court in 2018 where the Hon’ble Court indicted the Gynaecologist couple Dr. Deepa and Dr. Sanjeev Pawaskar of gross negligence. The couple had conducted a caesarean operation in Ratnagiri in February 2018. They discharged the patient after two days in normal condition. After that, both of them went to a conference. The next day the lady developed some problem. She was brought to their hospital where the staff tried to manage her through telephonic consultation with the doctors. As she became sick, she was referred to some other institution. But she could not be saved. The court felt that this amounts to culpable homicide as the doctors tried to treat the patient without examination which the court felt is gross negligence. Sometimes the patients cannot visit the doctor they trust because of many reasons. It could be distance, cost of travel, cost of consultation, waiting time at the clinic, busy schedule of the patient. So they seek primary advice from the doctor telephonically who is generally well-known to them and has attended them in the past. After discharge, the patients may have some questions to ask for clarification in the treatment. The doctors in such circumstances cannot refuse to attend to the patients call. Whereas it is obligatory to obey the court order, it is difficult to abolish telephonic consultations completely in a day to day practice. In a study, Josip Car, PhD student in patient-doctor partnership and Aziz Sheikh, NHS/PPP national primary care postdoctoral fellow, published in the British Medical Journal in 2003, concluded that ‘Public satisfaction with telephone consultations is high, and patients increasingly wish to have this option. Speed, improved access, convenience to patients, and possible cost savings are the principal advantages of consultations by telephone’. Telephones are used for accessing a broad spectrum of health care, ranging from delivery of routine and emergency care to obtaining repeat prescriptions and results of laboratory investigations and facilitating health promotional interventions. Interventions range from a simple transfer of information to education and, in many cases, complex management decisions. However, they suggested a careful approach to a telephone consultation. Speak directly with the person who has a problem. Take a detailed and structured history. Request the caller to repeat the advice given (several times throughout the consultation). Ask if the person has any outstanding questions or concerns. Advise about follow up and when to contact a doctor (for example, worsening symptoms despite treatment, symptoms failing to improve within a week, onset of new symptoms). The practice of telemedicine is the latest in modern medical practice with ultra-modern technology. This is distance management. One does not see the patient directly here. There may be a visual conversation but one cannot palpate or auscultate or peep into the ear canal or view the retina personally. No doubt there is no alternative to a personal examination of the patient and that continues to be the practice. Telephonic consultation is not the first visit consultation. It is more during follow up or convalescence period that the patients seek medical advice on the telephone. However, in addition to obligations to law, it is important for all medical professionals to be careful when giving a telephonic opinion to avoid mismanagement. After all, our ultimate aim is to cure the person. (Dr. Arun Mitra is Vice President, Indian Doctors for Peace and Development. The views expressed are strictly personal)
The border had been the subject of intense and sometimes violent disputes between the West African neighbours for decades until they agreed to a United Nations-backed process to settle the matter.The ICJ resolved the issue with a ruling in 2002. The verdict was followed by the 2006 Greentree Agreement – signed under the auspices of former Secretary-General Kofi Annan – under which Nigeria recognized Cameroonian sovereignty over the Bakassi Peninsula, one part of the border.“The commitment of Cameroon and Nigeria to peacefully resolve their border dispute should be a source of inspiration for countries around the world that face similar challenges,” said Mr. Ban at the meeting of the Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission and Follow-up Committee on the Greentree Agreement.“As we look ahead, one main challenge will be to protect the livelihoods and human rights of the affected populations, whether they are Cameroonian or Nigerian, and whether they live along the boundary or in the Bakassi Peninsula,” said Mr. Ban. “These men and women should be able to build a peaceful and prosperous future for themselves and their children.”Important tasks remain regarding the demarcation of the border, he said, adding that “the continued commitment of all will be essential in completing this final chapter in the implementation of the court’s ruling.”He pointed out that the international community had “noted with relief” the progress achieved by the Mixed Commission, including the withdrawal and transfer of authority in the Lake Chad area and in the Bakassi Peninsula, the final agreement on the maritime boundary, the 1,700 kilometres of already agreed land boundary, as well as the absence of border incidents since the beginning of the process.He also took note of the fact that Cameroon and Nigeria had agreed to discuss the exit strategy of the Mixed Commission.“I am confident that your two countries will continue to work together to allow both peoples to live in peace along the international dividing line,” he said. “In order to ensure the successful completion of the exercise, I encourage you to maintain the same forward-looking approach that has helped you to overcome delicate legal and administrative obstacles,” he added.The Secretary-General’s Special Representative for West Africa, Said Djinnit, told UN Radio in an interview that the meeting was an opportunity to brief the UN chief on progress so far.“Our intention in taking this initiative was to bring the parties to reiterate their commitment to finalize the [border] demarcation process as soon as possible, and actually the challenge they set for themselves is by the end of 2012,” said Mr. Djinnit.During the meeting, both countries welcomed UN readiness to support the assessment of the remaining 250-kilometre land border, as well the consideration of outstanding issues of disagreement.Cameroon’s delegation was led by Maurice Kamto, the Deputy Minister of Justice, while the Nigerian team was headed by Mohammed Bello Adoke, the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General. 22 November 2011Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today congratulated Cameroon and Nigeria for progress in implementing the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on their dispute over their border, saying the process had demonstrated that preventive diplomacy can succeed.
He said that based on information received, these groups may look to cause loss of life in order to create instability in the country. The Government today warned of attempts to incite violence in Hambantota.Fisheries Minister Mahinda Amaraweera said that there are reports of an attempt by some groups to instigate clashes in Hambantota.
In a statement issued today, UNMIBH said all the charges contained in an article published today in The Washington Post had been thoroughly investigated by the UN and were “found to have no substance.”The same conclusion was reached by the United States State Department, which had investigated allegations concerning the supposed involvement of US police personnel serving with UNMIBH, the Mission noted. It stressed that “no UN international police officers had been found to be involved in the trafficking of women in Bosnia and Herzegovina.”
LAVAL, Que. – Valeant Pharmaceuticals (TSX:VRX) expects to receive US$930 million in cash for its iNova unit, which it’s selling to two fund managers that had been considered rival bidders for the prescription and over-the-counter drug business.The buyers are funds managed by Pacific Equity Partners and The Carlyle Group, which say they plan to further grow Nova Pharmaceuticals.iNova markets a variety of products for weight management, pain management, cardiology and the treatment of coughs and colds.“We are very pleased to have finalized an agreement to acquire iNova. This is a strong company with great products with growth opportunities particularly in new markets,” Carlyle Group managing director David Bluff said in a statement.David Brown, managing director of Pacific Equity Partners, said the new owners intend to invest in product development, geographical expansion, marketing, staff and potential acquisitions of additional brands.“We are now working with Valeant and the relevant regulatory authorities to close the transaction in the second half of 2017,” Brown said in the joint statement with Carlyle Group.Valeant, based in Laval, Que., says in its separate statement that it will use proceeds from the sale of iNova to repay debt.“The sale of iNova is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to both simplify our operating model and strengthen our balance sheet,” said Joseph Papa, Valeant’s chairman and chief executive officer.“We will continue to evaluate opportunities that will enable us to deliver on our commitments and unlock value for shareholders.”None of the companies announced how the iNova deal will be split between the two buyers.Analyst Douglas Miehm of RBC Dominion Securities wrote in a note to clients that the transaction appears to be positive for Valeant and suggests that further deals will follow as it works to cut US$5 billion of debt by next February.Valeant shares were up slightly in extended trading before North American stock markets opened Thursday. Valeant to sell iNova Pharmaceuticals for US$930 million cash to 2 fund managers by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 8, 2017 5:27 am MDT Last Updated Jun 8, 2017 at 6:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
“With more than 98 per cent of Haitians exposed to two or more types of disasters, and over half of its population living in poverty, Hurricane Matthew has once more demonstrated Haiti’s weakened ability to cope, recover and adapt to shocks from natural disasters,” noted Mourad Wahba, the Humanitarian Coordinator for Haiti, in the plan’s foreword. The two-year Haiti Humanitarian Response Plan. launched yesterday, is built on lessons learnt that the island that the transition from a relief-focused type of operation – like one that follows a disaster like an the earthquake – to a longer-term development approach in fragile countries should be seen as a convergence process rather than sequential since the humanitarian and development needs occur simultaneously. According to estimates undertaken by the Humanitarian Country Team, some 2.7 million Haitians will require humanitarian, protection or early recovery assistance in 2017, of which 2.4 million will be targeted countrywide. The October hurricane severely exasperated pre-existing humanitarian, socio-economic and environmental vulnerabilities and disparities. Under the plan, humanitarian interventions with a focus on improving access to lifesaving services to those affected by Hurricane Matthew, cholera, and other diseases, as well as on protecting the most vulnerable will be scaled up. At the same time, actions to promote resilience and access to durable solutions will be implemented, targeting those displaced due to the 2010 earthquake, Hurricane Matthew, as well as those repatriated or voluntarily returned from neighbouring Dominican Republic. Also, the Humanitarian Country Team will continue to support Government-led efforts to strengthen disaster preparedness and response at the national and decentralized levels. The specific objectives include:Strengthening affected population’s resilience through timely life-saving assistance, improved access to basic services and immediate livelihood restoration;Ensuring a rapid and effective response to cholera outbreaks and other waterborne diseases;Ensuring protection and promotion of the achievement of durable solutions for persons coming back from the Dominican Republic, those displaced still living in camps and people affected by Hurricane Matthew; and Strengthening the humanitarian-development nexus and supporting local emergency preparedness and response capacity.
Weba Chute Systems are successfully transferring crushed ore at the Tshipi Borwa manganese mine and based on the successes achieved by these custom engineered transfer points the company has received an order to design another 40 chute systems. Tshipi Borwa, located in the Kalahari Manganese Field in the Northern Cape, is a modern low cost open pit manganese operation has been exporting ore since 2012.Wesley Hunkin, Designer at Weba Chute Systems, says that in total nine transfer chutes were supplied to the mine late last year and include an apron feeder/discharge grizzly feed chute, a crusher feed chute, a grizzly underpan chute and a dribble chute.“As an OEM recognised for our engineering skills we are able to leverage this technical expertise and provide transfer point solutions that are suited to arduous applications such as the one at Tshipi Borwa,” Hunkin says. “In addition to manganese being recognised as a heavy material, the large lump sizes being handled at this plant called for robust chutes that would provide extended wear life.”Commenting on the large lump sizes being handled, Hunkin says that particle sizes up to 800 mm by 800 mm enter the primary crushing circuit and have posed challenges. The Weba Chute Systems technical team is working closely with the mine personnel to solve these.The transfer points after the primary crusher cater for lump sizes of up to 350 mm and crushed material is transferred via conveyor flowing through inline chutes before it reaches the stockpile. Included in these chutes is a fixed tripper conveyor chute capable of splitting the flow of material to whichever side of the stock pile required. When material feed direction is changed it is obviously necessary that the flow of material through the chute does the same.It was necessary to ensure that the fines would not report to the primary stockpile and this was accomplished by incorporating a scraper fines dribble chute within this section of the transfer tower.The chutes are equipped with the Weba Quick Release Lip which facilitates quick changeout when the chute lip has become worn, saving on maintenance costs. A major advantage of this innovative wear resistant component is that only the worn section needs to be replaced and this further reduces costs. All chute systems are equipped with inspection hatches allowing the mine maintenance team to do visual inspections thereby preplanning such replacement.“The order received to engineer the additional 40 chutes can be attributed to the success being achieved with the chutes already installed, and our ability to custom engineer chute systems for both greenfields and brownfields projects,” Hunkin says.“It is always preferable to be involved in a project from the beginning as this allows the complexity of chute performance to be taken into account at the plant design stage, and material transfer can be optimised by defining the geometry of the chute to reliably convey material from one point to another,” Hunkin says.In reality this is not always possible, and Weba Chute Systems is often required to engineer systems for retrofit where existing transfer points have proved inadequate. The company’s depth of experience and technical skill have ensured that workable solutions can be applied in the case of replacement chutes.Weba Chute Systems can point to an installed footprint of more than 4,500 operational chutes worldwide. Transfer points are manufactured at the company’s Wadeville facility which is ISO 9001:2015 accredited.
ARE YOU AWARE that the recording device on your smartphone can be activated remotely and record sensitive conversations? And that the webcam on your PC can film inside your office without you knowing?For most people, debates about the snooping NSA and GCHQ are little more than great material for a chat down the pub, but for human rights defenders around the world, digital security is synonymous with personal security. For a gay rights campaigner in Honduras or a trade unionist in Colombia, safety from interception of communications or seizure of data can be the difference between freedom or imprisonment, life or death.Digital surveillance has been described as “connecting the boot to the brain of the repressive regime”. Governments are developing the capacity to manipulate, monitor and subvert electronic information. Surveillance and censorship is growing and the lack of security for digitally stored or communicated information is becoming a major problem for human rights defenders in many countries.By hacking into the computer system of a human rights organisation, governments or hostile hackers can access sensitive information, including the details of the organisation’s members and supporters. They can also install spyware or viruses to monitor or disrupt the work of the organisation.Dangerous in the wrong handsOne of the best-documented cyber attacks on an NGO was the hacking of the Political Prisoner’s Solidarity Committee, a Colombian human rights organisation. The organisation’s email account was hacked and used to send malicious viruses and spam messages, and all employee work email accounts were deleted.The hacked email account was also used to send threatening emails to a member of the organisation based in a different region. Their offices were broken into and the hard disk of one computer was stolen and replaced with a faulty one. Spyware was found on the computer used to maintain the organisation’s website; this recorded all the information on the computer and sent it via the internet to an unknown location. This cyber attack also coincided with a wave of anonymous phone calls and direct threats to staff members.In this digital age how can human rights defenders make sure their online communications and their data are safe and that they are not putting themselves or colleagues in danger?This is where Front Line Defenders is able to give practical help. With a security grant from Front Line Defenders, the Political Prisoner’s Solidarity Committee installed a new secured server and router, and upgraded their whole computer security system. We also organised a workshop on digital security for all the members of their organisation.This was useful for a seriously at-risk organisation. But there are effective steps all of us can take to stay safe. Most of us have a computer or laptop and most have a password. That password is probably a cat’s name or a daughter’s name – which can be broken in about 10 seconds. Simply by changing your password to a longer one which combines upper case, lower case and digits makes the password virtually unbreakable and is a simple, first step to improve your online security.“Back doors”Recent revelations have shown that even encrypted communications that were previously thought to be secure have been built with deliberately included “back doors”, so that organisations like the NSA and GCHQ can access information that people think is secret. One protection against these built-in weaknesses is to use open-source software – this is software not provided by a big-name company like Microsoft or Apple, but one in which the workings of the software are made available for all to see, so that any such intended weakness in the encryption would be spotted and exposed by the global community of digital security experts.Even if authorities or malicious hackers can’t see what you’re communicating, it can still be possible for them to see when you communicate and with whom. The Tactical Technology Collective has said, “If you use a computer, surf the internet, text your friends via a mobile phone or shop online – you leave a digital shadow.” If you want to find out the size of your digital shadow, and more importantly want to know what you can do about it, visit their award-winning website myshadow.org.Security in-a-box is a collaborative effort of the Tactical Technology collective and Front Line Defenders. It was created to meet the digital security and privacy needs of advocates and human rights defenders, but can also be used by members of the public. Security in-a-box includes a how-to booklet which addresses a number of important digital security issues.It also provides a collection of Hands-on Guides, each of which includes a particular freeware or open source software tool, as well as instructions on how you can use that tool to secure your computer, protect your information or maintain the privacy of your internet communication.A clear understanding of the risksWhen we started our Digital Security Programme we only ran one or two trainings per year. Now we are organising workshops on digital security all over the world, sometimes in secret locations for human rights defenders from countries where even to use the word “encryption” in an email would bring you under the eagle eye of the security services.Electronic communication enables human rights defenders to network and cooperate as never before but survival depends on having a clear understanding of the risks involved and the need for a well thought-out digital security strategy.Mary Lawlor is the founder and Executive Director of Front Line Defenders.From the 9–11 of October, Front Line Defenders will be hosting the 7th Dublin Platform for Human Rights Defenders in Dublin Castle. Bringing together 130+ at-risk human rights defenders from 85 countries. As part of a broader agenda, the Dublin Platform will provide a full day of intensive training in digital security followed up with one-to-one digital security clinics. The digital security training provided by Front Line Defenders is based on a manual called Security in-a-Box, which is available online, and it covers everything from secure passwords and protecting your email to mobile and social-media security.
Minister admits the July deadline for getting homeless families out of hotels will not be met The Housing Minister made the announcement today. Share66 Tweet Email1 Image: Shutterstock/MIA Studio Thursday 22 Jun 2017, 2:13 PM HOUSING MINISTER EOGHAN Murphy has said that not all homeless families living in hotels and B&Bs will have been moved to more suitable accommodation by July.Although conceding that Simon Coveney’s self-imposed deadline will not met, Murphy said there had been progress.Speaking at the announcement today at the launch of Focus Ireland’s annual report for 2016, he said:“As of the end of May, there were just under 650 homeless families being accommodated in commercial hotels and B&Bs in the region. Now, that is too high a number – of course it is. But it is a considerable reduction on the 871 families at the end-March that were in the same situation.Now while the delivery of some of the accommodation solutions will stretch beyond the 1 July deadline, it’s a considerable achievement to be able to have a clear picture on the pathway out of commercial hotels for all of those families.He noted that he had received the commitment of all four local Dublin authorities that the 650 families would be in their new accommodation or notified in writing about where they will be going by the end of June.Murphy said that there had been an increase in the numbers of families presenting homeless over the past month. He said the Housing Department was working to ensure that these families were given “certainty” about where they were going.Murphy refused to set any new deadline on when hotels would stop being used to house families, but said that the deadline would be extended “by a few weeks”.The Government’s housing action plan Rebuilding Ireland contains a commitment that by “mid-2017″ hotel and B&B type accommodation for families will only be used “in limited circumstances”.Coveney has repeated the commitment several times over the past year.The use of commercial hotels for housing homeless families skyrocketed in recent years as the number of homeless families shot up, particularly in Dublin were the problem is at its worse.The Dublin Regional Homeless Executive – which manages homeless services across the Dublin region – has been working towards the goal of ending the use of commercial hotels, which are highly costly.Over the past number of months, the Housing Department, the DRHE and Simon Coveney have all refused to say the deadline will not be met. Homeless campaigner Peter McVerry and other charity officials and workers had expressed strong doubts that it would be met.Read: ‘Everyone’s been saying to me don’t give it back… I kept saying it’s only a house at the end of the day’Read: ‘Social cleansing is happening in Dublin. We have to fight’: Hundreds turn out for homeless demo 74 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3457187 Image: Shutterstock/MIA Studio By Cormac Fitzgerald Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL 9,321 Views Jun 22nd 2017, 2:13 PM
2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Sliding around in Teslas at the company’s Alaska proving… Tesla Model 3 barrels through the snow in Track Mode 10:51 Now playing: Watch this: 3 50 Photos Tags More From Roadshow Last week, Bloomberg published Tesla’s estimated costs for the upcoming China-built Tesla Model 3. Now, Tesla has confirmed some of these numbers, and it appears Bloomberg wasn’t too far off.Tesla said on Friday that it would price the locally built Model 3 for Chinese markets from 328,000 yuan (about $47,500). Bloomberg estimated the price at or just above 300,000 yuan (about $43,400) — it’s unclear if Bloomberg’s sources included value-added tax in the estimation, but the price mentioned above does include that tax, although it doesn’t include any subsidies.That money will get you a Tesla Model 3 with an estimated 286 miles of range, but buyers will have to be fine with waiting. Right now, delivery estimates are set at 6 to 10 months, since its Shanghai facility isn’t quite up and running yet. Considering the current cheapest US-built Model 3 in China is 377,000 yuan (about $54,600), thanks in part to the current round of trade-war tariffs, that’s a solid savings in exchange for a bit of patience.Chinese Model 3s will range in price from 328,000 yuan to 522,000 yuan (about $75,600). Buyers who want to save their spot in the queue will need to plunk down 20,000 yuan (about $2,900). There are also financing options available starting from 1,100 yuan (about $159) per month, according to Reuters. Tesla 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Preview • 2018 Tesla Model 3 Performance: The future, quicker Share your voice Electric Cars Future Cars Sedans Comments More about 2018 Tesla Model 3 Performance Review • Tesla Model 3 Review: Performance trim 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Tesla
For many years policy leaders have been talking about ways to bring more education choices to rural Alaskans. Now those options are beginning to appear. Legislation has passed to benefit charter schools and boarding schools around the state.Download AudioHOST: Steve Heimel, Alaska Public Radio NetworkGUESTS:Jerry Covey, former Alaska Commissioner of EducationRebecca Huggins, Principal, American Charter AcademyCallers StatewidePARTICIPATE:Post your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).Send e-mail to talk [at] alaskapublic [dot] org (comments may be read on air)Call 550-8422 in Anchorage or 1-800-478-8255 if you’re outside Anchorage during the live broadcastLIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by e-mail, RSS or podcast.TALK OF ALASKA ARCHIVE
Alaska will spend more than $700 million on Medicaid this year. State officials say Medicaid costs are increasing at an unsustainable rate. What would reforming the program look like to keep costs under control?The Medicaid Reform Advisory GroupAlaska Medicaid Innovations ListDownload AudioHOST: Annie Feidt, Alaska Public Radio NetworkGUESTS:William Streur, commissioner, Department of Health and Social ServicesJosh Applebee, deputy director, Department of Health and Social ServicesBecky Hultberg, president, Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home AssociationCallers StatewidePARTICIPATE:Post your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).Send e-mail to talk [at] alaskapublic [dot] org (comments may be read on air)Call 550-8422 in Anchorage or 1-800-478-8255 if you’re outside Anchorage during the live broadcastLIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by e-mail, RSS or podcast.TALK OF ALASKA ARCHIVE
Stay on target Not every OEM is trying to figure out how to reduce the number openings in a smartphone. There’s one that is proudly adding more in the name of gaming performance.Nubia isn’t exactly a household name, which is precisely why they can try some crazy things. Crazy things like cutting vents into the back of the new Red Magic 3 and jamming a cooling fan inside it.Engadget reports that the fan can spin up to 14,000rpm and has a mean time between failures of 30,000 hours. That’s roughly three and a half years of continuous kicked-up cooling.AdChoices广告It’s only part of the equation, naturally. There’s also a heat pipe to keep temperatures in the Red Magic 3 under control. Nubia claims that their cooling config is five times more effective than its competitors’ passive setups.What else did Nubia put inside the Red Magic 3? It’s powered by the same Snapdragon 855 chipset that Samsung uses in the U.S version of the Galaxy S10. Nubia offers two configurations, one with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage and the other with 12GB and 256GB.The internal fan isn’t the only noteworthy feature of this phone. It also boasts a camera that’s capable of recording 8K video and super slow-mo at up to 1,920FPS.Photo Credit: NubiaThe Red Magic 3 also boasts a 6.65-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate. That’s not quite on par with Razer’s UltraMotion displays, but it’s better than most smartphones.If you’re serious enough about smartphone gaming to buy a phone with a fan in it, then you’re probably also serious enough to want one with an Ethernet connection. The Red Magic 3 has one, though thankfully it’s part of a dock (which also adds an audio line out and USB-C port).Nubia is planning to bring the Red Magic 3 to North America. The lower-end version should sell for around $430. The fully-loaded one will cost you $210 more. As for the dock, it’s just $30.More on Geek.com:Watch: Scientists Drop Smartphone Into Blender to Analyze Its ContentsThe Battery in This Phone Is Five Times Bigger Than YoursThe Samsung Galaxy A80 Has a Camera That Does Backflips Samsung’s 108MP Camera Sensor Is Coming to a Smartphone Near YouRugged BlackBerry Clone With QWERTY Keyboard Hits Kickstarter
The asteroid belt may be have started out empty and was populated by objects from across the Solar System. Credit: Sean Raymond, planetplanet.net (Phys.org)—A pair of researchers with Université de Bordeaux has proposed a new theory to explain the origin of the asteroid belt. In their paper published in Science Advances, Sean Raymond and Andre Izidoro describe their theory and what they found when trying to model it. The asteroid belt (sometimes referred to as the main asteroid belt) orbits between Mars and Jupiter. It consists of asteroids and minor planets forming a disk around the sun. It also serves as a sort of dividing line between the inner rocky planets and outer gas giants. Current theory suggests that the asteroid belt was once much more heavily populated, but the gravitational pull of Jupiter flung approximately 99 percent of its former material to other parts of the solar system or beyond. Astronomers also assumed that Jupiter’s gravity prevented the material in the belt from coalescing into larger planets. In this new effort, the researchers propose a completely different explanation of the asteroid belt’s origin—suggesting that the belt started out as an empty space and was subsequently filled by material flung from the inner and outer planets.The researchers note that asteroids closer to the rocky planets (called S-type asteroids) tend to contain silicate, similar to the inner planets. By contrast, asteroids in the belt closer to the gas giants (called C-type asteroids) tend to contain more carbon, making them more like the gas giants. This, the researchers note, suggests that the asteroids actually came from the planets as they were forming—excess material was essentially kicked away into the asteroid belt, where it remains today.To test their theory, the researchers created a model mimicking the early solar system, during which the asteroid belt starts out as empty. Running the model forward, they report, showed that it was possible that material from the other planets could have made its way to the belt, resulting in the disk observed today. They plan to continue their research to see if they can find more evidence for their theory, or for the conventional view. Citation: New theory on origin of the asteroid belt (2017, September 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2017-09-theory-asteroid-belt.html Explore further 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. Astronomers identify oldest known asteroid family More information: Sean N. Raymond et al. The empty primordial asteroid belt, Science Advances (2017). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1701138AbstractThe asteroid belt contains less than a thousandth of Earth’s mass and is radially segregated, with S-types dominating the inner belt and C-types the outer belt. It is generally assumed that the belt formed with far more mass and was later strongly depleted. We show that the present-day asteroid belt is consistent with having formed empty, without any planetesimals between Mars and Jupiter’s present-day orbits. This is consistent with models in which drifting dust is concentrated into an isolated annulus of terrestrial planetesimals. Gravitational scattering during terrestrial planet formation causes radial spreading, transporting planetesimals from inside 1 to 1.5 astronomical units out to the belt. Several times the total current mass in S-types is implanted, with a preference for the inner main belt. C-types are implanted from the outside, as the giant planets’ gas accretion destabilizes nearby planetesimals and injects a fraction into the asteroid belt, preferentially in the outer main belt. These implantation mechanisms are simple by-products of terrestrial and giant planet formation. The asteroid belt may thus represent a repository for planetary leftovers that accreted across the solar system but not in the belt itself. Journal information: Science Advances © 2017 Phys.org
Alain Delord safely aboard Orion withexpedition leaders Don and Margie McIntyre. Image: Orion Expedition Cruises French yachtsman Alain Delord may be safe and well following his rescue by MV Orion on Sunday, but the question now being asked is; will passengers receive compensation?Currently sailing on an 18-day Antarctica voyage, the Orion changed course in accordance with ‘Safety of Life at Sea’ procedures to rescue the stranded Delord who had sent a distress call out on Friday after abandoning his yacht. The diversion meant that a scheduled call into Macquarie Island was cancelled. “I’m not sure they (Orion) realised how much we really missed the whole experience of actually getting on the ice (because of the conditions around Antarctica), getting on Macquarie Island,” Adelaide passenger Ted Lojszczyk told Australian paper The Daily Telegraph.“The dollars you spend, it’s an experience once in a lifetime so we wonder what will be put on the table once we actually go and discuss it.”Orion has flown in two representatives to meet with passengers onboard individually to discuss the itinerary change and resolve any issues they may have.“In recognition of the inconvenience caused to the passengers from the unexpected diversion from the planned itinerary, Orion has, as a gesture of goodwill, offered the affected passengers a choice of a partial refund or a future cruise credit,” an Orion spokesperson told e-Travel Blackboard.“In addition due to the earlier than scheduled arrival back in Hobart, Orion’s team have put together three days of touring of Tasmania’s coastal highlights.”63-year old Delord expressed his thanks through a translator at a press conference in Hobart on Monday. “Thank you to the Australian maritime authorities and thank you to Orion,” Mr Delord said.Orion kept fans up to date on the rescue via their Facebook page with expedition leaders Don and Margie McIntyre offering near to the minute commentary and images. “The vibe onboard is still high and for me, it was great to see on the video clip all those “red jackets” out there cheering as we pulled him (Delord) through the side of the ship! What a team…what a day!” Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.A
Following the merger of TUI Travel PLC and TUI AG, TUI Travel Accommodation & Destinations announced today that it will be called Hotelbeds Group.This group includes Hotelbeds, which is a worldwide bedbank, together with a range of global businesses with market leading positions in each of their segments.The change recognizes the fact that the Hotelbeds brand represents a significant part of the business.Hotelbeds Group presented its full year results recently, announcing a growth in sales by 10 per cent in 2014 and EUR$4,048 million in Total Transaction Value (TTV).Its EBITDA increased by 13 per cent to EUR132 million, with EBITA reaching EUR100.6 million, which was above the global tourism industry average.Among Hotelbeds Group’s other brands are Destination Services, Activities, Laterooms.com, Intercruises and Roiback.Following the merger of TUI Travel PLC and TUI AG, the new organisation for TUI Group comprises mainstream and non-mainstream, Hotelbeds Group will be part of non-mainstream and drive a focused strategy to further accelerate growth.Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wiseman
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Where it stands now: It passed the House, The poll, One, cloud computing could allow for complex weather patterns. who is authorized to give lawful directives,” Ripley’s Believe It or Not!public relations Manager Suzanne Smagala-Potts said in the statement Chillal’s unusual choice didn’t stop him from leading a normal life with his wife two children and grandchildren However as he aged his long nails were proving more challenging to maintain an ordinary lifestyle He found it difficult to sleep and even a gust of wind was cause for alarm The Ripley’s Believe It or Not Times Square museum features 20 galleries and more than 500 artifacts from around the world New Delhi:Asserting that the rule of law is supreme for his government Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday called for giving wide publicity to the cases in which rapists were awarded the death sentence saying it would instill fear in people with "demonic mindset" PM Modi giving a speech on Independence Day today at the Red Fort Pic courtesy: Twitter@PMOIndia "The country our society need to be rid off this demonic mindset" he said during his Independence Day address from the Red Fort "The rule of law is supreme for us and there can be no compromise with this" he said Modi said the society needs to feel a million times more pain a rape victim endures He spoke about fast-track trial of rape cases in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan where the convicts were condemned to death within days and said such cases need to be given wide publicity to deter people from committing such crimes "The more the publicity the more the fear it will instill in people with demonic mindset" Modi said He asked people to inculcate values and respect for women in their children The prime minister referred to the elevation of two women as judges of the Supreme Court "Now in a first there are three women judges in the top court" he said Justices Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee were recently elevated as judges of the Supreme Court Malhotra was the first senior woman advocate to be directly appointed as the judge of the top court Among the three sitting women judges Justice R Banumathi is the seniormost and was elevated to the court on 13 August 2014 Was demonetisation — the recalling of Rs 500 Rs 1000 notes overnight — the biggest blunder or the biggest reform step taken in Narendra Modi’s three years There is no straight easy answer to this question Nevertheless a question worth asking again and again given the extent of impact it had in people’s lives—both positive and negative What one can say for sure is demonetisation was the biggest political gamble seen in the history of modern India It showed the inimitable political resolve of a national leader to take a high-risk decision knowing its full impact or otherwise that’ll have large political ramifications in the rest of his political career No other leader would have dared for such gamble Prime Minister Narendra Modi Reuters Modi would have certainly expected some brownie points by positioning himself as an anti-corruption anti-black money crusader But for sure he wouldn’t have known that despite demonetisation the political rewards would be of this scale that he would still enjoy people’s support in the same way All this despite a faulty implementation of the programme and prolonged miseries common man was put through Whether the BJP admitted or not the Uttar Pradesh poll result was a referendum on note ban too Modi won the political gamble in style Period But what did the country gain out of this political decision Before probing an answer to this question let’s briefly revisit the events that led to demonetisation Raghuram Rajan the news maker governor of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said goodbye to the Mint Road on 4 September 2016 leaving the space for his deputy Urjit Patel Except economists and academic enthusiasts nobody would have paid any great attention to the word demonetisation until then No mention of this word was there in any panel discussions or economic discourses Or was it there Go back to 2014 and there was a skeptical Rajan talking about the demerits of demonetisation “It (demonetisation) ) is often cited as a solution Unfortunately my sense is the clever find ways around it They find ways to divide up their hoard into many smaller pieces You do find that people who haven’t thought of a way to convert black to white throw it into the Hundi in some temples” Rajan said responding to a question at the 20th Lalit Doshi Memorial Lecture on 11 August 2014 at Mumbai (read a Business Standard report here) “I think there are ways around demonetisation It is not that easy to flush out the black money Of course a fair amount may be in the form of gold therefore even harder to catch” Rajan said So what we know is that the RBI wasn’t a big fan of note ban back then But then just yesterday (Thursday) economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das told members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee that Rajan was on board on the demonetisation decision (read here) So what really happened Did the Modi government wait for an ‘unsupportive’ Rajan to pack his bags and go and the new incumbent Patel to take over for the grand launch the demonetisation plan No matter what really happened behind the screen Modi walked on to the stage on 8 November and went on with his televised announcement “To break the grip of corruption and black money we have decided that the 500 rupee and 1000 rupee currency notes presently in use will no longer be legal tender from midnight tonight that is 8th November 2016” Modi said in his speech (read full text here) that lasted about 45 minutes thus unveiling his biggest and boldest decision of his political career after taking over the PM’s office in May 2014 The RBI and its new governor Urjit Patel were on the sidelines throughout the mega show Their job was limited to issuing circulars of the already hinted and announced decisions by the government’s ministers and bureaucrats and count old notes that returned to bank counters post demonetisation — a work still continuing after the move six long months back An RBI seemingly caught off-guard by the government decision issued and reissued circulars changed the rules on cash deposits and withdrawals — which the government/ RBI termed as ‘responding to ground level situations/ developments’ and the critics dubbed as ‘making rules on the go with no clear plan’ Former RBI officials like Usha Thorat openly criticised the central bank’s approach to the whole episode Let’s come back to the original question Beyond the political gains for the incumbents what did the country gain or what did it lose from Modi’s biggest move in three years Modi’s demonetisation move gave economy Rs 5 lakh crore advantage said a report in the India Today citing a high-level internal government report Here is the rationale “At the time of demonetisation currency worth Rs 1777 lakh crores was in circulation in the economy Out of this Rs 1544 lakh crores was in high denomination notes which were phased out Rs 233 lakh crores was in small denomination notes with a value of Rs 100 or less The government’s internal calculation is that if currency in circulation had continued to be printed at the same rate as before demonetisation then by May 2017 currency in circulation would have been of the value of Rs 1925 lakh crores According to RBI figuresat the end of April this year the total amount of currency in circulation was Rs 142 lakh crores” This means a difference of about Rs 5 lakh crore But this calculation lacks logic For one even assuming the projections are true a decline in currency in circulation is no way any tangible gain of note ban for the government Had a large portion of cash got extinguished outside the banking system and in turn reduced the currency liability of the RBI the government could have found way to claim the money and exhibit it as the demonetisation gain This never happened Instead almost all currency demonetised returned to the banks We don’t know how much yet since the central bank hasn’t released the figures There is a likelihood that significant portion of the black money in cash would have found way to the formal system through benamies Until the taxman proves this and reclaims the money the process has actually created more black money So how can one explain the decline in currency in circulation There are only two possibilities One there is just not enough cash being printed to meet the demand Two people have shifted to digital transactions hence not necessitating the need for cash But terming it as demonetisation gain is illogical and misleading According to Sushil Chandra Chairman of Central Board of Direct Taxes the income tax department has identified 1 lakh suspected cases of tax avoidance and undisclosed income of Rs 23144 crore About 91 lakh new taxpayers have also been added post the demonetisation If the demonetisation has caused addition of new taxpayers it is a good thing but as far the recovery of black money goes the achievements so far is disappointing Of course any achievement in the battle against black money however small it is and any measure that helps widen the tax base is laudable But gloating over it is premature and a major blunder Why This is pittance compared with the black money estimates of economists like Columbia university professor Jagdish Bhagwati who put the figure around Rs 5 lakh crore Even the Prime Minister’s Garib Kalyan Yojana the scheme that the government introduced after the demonetisation period ended to encourage tax evaders to come clean managed to garner just about Rs 2300 crore This means there is a long road to tread in the black money battle As far as corruption and terror funding are concerned even the hardcore supporters of note ban can’t claim victory There are some positives too Note ban has indeed helped to formalise the economy with more number of depositors now traceable Also the Modi government’s push for cashless economy post demonetisation has helped to improve the use of non-cash methods for regular transactions Launch of BHIM app and incentives for use of cashless transactions have encouraged more number of people to take the digital shift But one can’t be blind to the fact that it has done considerable damage to certain sectors in the economy — mainly the informal sector Lakhs of jobs have been lost and small businesses have faced a tough time inviting wrath from even the right wing workers’ unions The recovery in these sectors will take a long time Some well-known economists have warned about the ill-effects of note ban saying it will shake investor confidence "Demonetisation fiery political speeches symbolic gestures (who needs giant and costly Shivaji monuments) disrupt the confidence of potential investors domestic or foreigners They wonder what will happen next and get cold feet" French economist Guy Sorman told PTI in an interview “Demonetisation was a successful political coup which was heavily applauded by a majority of the Indian people. Simultaneously it has disrupted commercial transaction and slowed down the economy at large Did it stop corruption Of course not” said Sorman But there are economists like Jagdish Bhagwati and Bibek Debroy who have praised the government on the move So back to the original question — was demonetisation the biggest blunder or the biggest reform step taken in Narendra Modi’s three years The answer depends on whom you ask France to expel four Russian diplomats over Salisbury attack | Reuters World Reuters Mar 27 2018 00:33:01 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Updated Date: Mar 27 2018 00:33 AM Tags : Reuters Also See Reuters Chillal had not cut his nails on his left hand since 1952." Credit: Epic Games Fair point.
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