first_imgAdvertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Talking to local hip-hop artist Dub J — a.k.a. Jonathon Pitman — you get a sense of the strange duality behind Waterloo Region’s most successful hip-hop producer.On one hand, he’s Bruce Wayne, Batman’s soft-spoken alter ego: an innocuous software designer toiling in the recesses of the Region’s tech sector, developing apps for toy companies and one that teaches kids how to save their allowance.On the other hand — and he doesn’t like this comparison — he’s Donald Trump, a self-styled entrepreneur who has worked with the biggest names in Canadian hip hop, including Maestro Fresh-Wes and Choclair, and isn’t shy about touting his own virtues. On the phone he’s, for lack of a better word, normal — a nice guy who works hard in two industries that have little in common and is smart enough to recognize the need for different personas. Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: Local hip hip artist Dub J – aka Jonathon Pitman Advertisement Twitter “I’M THE PERSON WHO EXCEEDS EVERY GOAL I SET!” he posted on Facebook in 2012, long before the current U.S. president began uttering similar mythmaking declarations.“NO ONE IS AS DEDICATED AS ME!”last_img read more

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Douglas ready to face trial in Chennai

The additional judge, Rajagopalan, issued notice to the public prosecutor and posted the matter to Wednesday for further hearing. (Times of India) He is facing various charges such as rioting and offences punishable under the Arms Act. On Tuesday, Douglas filed a petition before the IV additional sessions judge, Rajagopalan, seeking to dispense with his personal appearance in connection with the case.Noting that he was a minister in Sri Lanka since 1994, Douglas said his visit to Tamil Nadu at this juncture would trigger a law and order problem in the state.He, however, said he was prepared to face the trial through video-conferencing. Douglas Devananda, a Sri Lankan minister wanted in connection with a murder case in Chennai and who was declared as a proclaimed offender in 1994, has approached a sessions court in Chennai saying he was ready to face the murder trial through video-conferencing.He wanted the court to recall the non-bailable arrest warrant pending against him, and to dispense with his personal appearance in court. According to the city police, the then Eelam People’s Revolutionary Liberation Front (EPRLF) cadres had opened fire at local residents on Diwali eve, and killed one person. Though all were arrested and remanded in judicial custody, all of them absconded after they were released on bail.In 1994 the trial court had issued a non-bailable warrant against him and proclaimed him as an absconding accused. Douglas Devananda and his men are charged with the murder of one Thirunavukkarasu at Choolaimedu in Chennai, in 1986. read more

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Iraq Annan calls reversal of patently inappropriate voting changes important

Under the interim constitution, the referendum will come into force if half the votes cast nationwide are in favour, but go down in defeat if two thirds of the votes in three of the war-torn country’s 18 regions are against it. Sunday’s action raised the bar in the latter clause to mean two thirds of all registered voters, not just those voting, while leaving the nationwide stipulation as it was.”I think is it is very important that the Iraqi Parliament reversed itself, because that decision was patently inappropriate and we made that clear to them,” Mr. Annan said in a press encounter at United Nations Headquarters in New York.The UN has been providing technical and planning support to the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq and yesterday the Director of the UN Electoral Assistance Division, Carina Perelli, said preparations for the referendum on 15 October were largely complete. Early indications on how the vote will proceed from a technical point of view are positive, she added in Baghdad.Mr. Annan voiced the hope that the Iraqis will find a process of reconciling and maintaining a united and peaceful Iraq.”We support an all-inclusive process and we had hoped that this electoral process and the transition arrangements would pull the Iraqis together. It has not worked as we had hoped, but we still urge the parties to work together and I believe the reversal by the Parliament of the decision last night would help the process.”He was asked today if he had any plans to give the UN a higher profile in Iraq. “I think we are very active in Iraq, we are as active as we can be and I think we played a very effective role in the elections, in the constitutional process,” he replied.”We are working with them on the referendum and eventually, for the elections in December. And I think those are important contributions by the UN. I don’t think we can do any more at this stage, because of the security environment,” he added.Meanwhile in Baghdad, Mr. Annan’s envoy, Ashraf Qazi, noted that the referendum will be presented to the people of Iraq during Ramadan. He emphasized the need for all Iraqis to participate in the referendum in order to express their democratic choice to accept or reject the text, and called on all parties to ensure that the political process is “credible, fair and inclusive.”In a statement on the occasion of the holy month, Mr. Qazi also expressed hope that with the start of Ramadan, “the process of political dialogue, reconciliation and compromise would gather strength and deliver the Iraqi people from the killings, violence and prevailing insecurity.” read more

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One in six young people are Christian as visits to church buildings

first_imgOne in six young people are practising Christians, new figures show, as research suggests thousands convert after visiting church buildings.The figures, show that more than one in five (21 per cent) people between the ages of 11 and 18 describe themselves as active followers of Jesus, and 13 per cent say they are practising Christians who attend church.The study, commissioned by Christian youth organisation Hope Revolution Partnership and carried out by ComRes, suggested that levels of Christianity were much higher among young people than previously thought.Research carried out by church statistician Dr Peter Brierley in 2006 suggested church attendance among teenagers was less than half of this, with 6 per cent of 11-14 year-olds and 5 per cent of 15-18 year-olds attending church.Around 13 per cent of teenagers said that they decided to become a Christian after a visit to a church or cathedral, according to the figures.The influence of a church building was more significant than attending a youth group, going to a wedding, or speaking to other Christians about their faith.Jimmy Dale, the Church of England’s national youth evangelism officer, said his team had been “shocked” by the results.The research was carried out in December but was not released until now because analysts thought such a high figure could not be accurate. Only nine of Britain’s 42 cathedrals currently charge for entry, but there are concerns that more could be forced to do so because of financial pressures.The impact of the heightened terror threat is also a concern for open churches. Last month Birmingham Cathedral closed temporarily following the bombing in Manchester in order to put in place increased security arrangements.The Bishop of Worcester, John Inge, who is the lead bishop for churches and church buildings, said: “This shows the power of church buildings – they are powerful for all sorts of reasons.“They give a sense of stability, and also the sense that the Christian faith has inspired people to build these extraordinary buildings,” he said.He is leading a campaign to persuade parishes to keep churches open, instead of locking their doors.There are around 16,000 Churches of England buildings which are still operational.Evidence suggests that damage is more likely to come to churches which are locked as intruders feel they are less likely to be disturbed.“I’m passionate about church buildings staying open. The cathedrals are the jewel in the crown but when thinking about all those young people, it’s just as likely to be one of the parish churches which they have been inspired by,” added Mr Inge. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.center_img But another study recently released by Christian group Youth for Christ showed similar results, suggesting that a surprisingly high number of young people still describe themselves as Christian.Mr Dale said: “There was disbelief among the team because it was so high.“What is really exciting for us is that there is this warmth and openness that we are seeing among young people – they are really open to faith,” he said.The study suggests that new methods invested in by the Church, such as youth groups and courses such as Youth Alpha, are less effective than prayer or visiting a church building in attracting children to the church.One in five said reading the Bible had been important, 17 per cent said going to a religious school had had an impact and 14 per cent said a spiritual experience was behind their Christianity.“Things which we would class as old hat methods are some of the more effective ways.“It’s a real wake-up call for the church – we’ve got lots of young people who are coming into churches with school groups and that’s a really integral part of them becoming a Christian,” Mr Dale added.Senior Church of England figures said the findings showed the importance of keeping churches and cathedrals accessible.last_img read more

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12 reasons Snapchat is worth way more than 3 billion

first_imgSO, SNAPCHAT HAS turned down an offer of $3 billion from Facebook.You might wonder why they didn’t take the money and run, but the truth is that Snapchat has the potential to be worth so much more than that.Snapchat is an app that enables you to send self-destructing photos or videos to friends. The temporary nature of the medium ensures that people send some pretty risky and/or absolutely hilarious stuff.If you’re among the 11 per cent of Irish people who have already downloaded it, you probably don’t need much convincing of Snapchat’s worth.If you’re still not sure, feast your eyes…1. Source: Dan Finnegan/DailyEdge.ie2. Source: Tastefully Offensive3. Source: John Condon/DailyEdge.ie4. Source: Epic Snapchats5. Source: John Condon/DailyEdge.ie6. Source: Funny Snapchats7. Source: Ben Donohoe/DailyEdge.ie8. Source: Donncha Conway/DailyEdge.ie9. Source: Sneakhype10. Source: Conor Lumsden/DailyEdge.ie11. Source: Facebook/Snapchat Ireland Exposed12. Source: Facebook/Snapchat Ireland Exposed- Additional reporting by Emer McLysaghtRead: DJ escapes slap down after he Snapchats crotch pictures to Kiwi swimmer> Read: 6 hashtags we need to stop using right now>last_img read more

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PDA Candidate says representation lacking in Govt Opposition

first_img Recommended for you PDA takes rally to Five Cays FIRE AGAIN in Grand Turk; underscores urgency for Fire Dept Related Items:kwame smith, pda, rally Dr Smith with PDA in Cheshire Hall, again Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 11 Feb 2016 – There is no representation in the Government and no representation in the Opposition and that is the story the Progressive Democratic Alliance is telling people who turn out to their political rallies which were launched on Monday, in Grand Turk. It was the party’s proposed representative for Grand Turk North, attorney Kwame Smith, who seemed to fire up the small but significant crowd which turned out at Sam’s Plaza on Wednesday night in Provo. “We have all sorts of issues in the Turks and Caicos Islands, we have social issues the Government turn a blind eye to; infrastructural issues the government turned a blind eye to. They say that our economy is doing so well, but it is like the old people say – duck gat water to bathe in – they say they gat money inside the treasury, millions and millions of dollars – and chickens ain’t gat nothing to drink. Saving up all this money, they say to pay off loan when our people going home hungry, our people don’t have jobs.”Smith pointed to the prices at the pumps for fuel. While many places in the United States are paying as little as 99 cents per gallon, in the TCI, the cost per gallon is from $4.60 cents up to over $6. Smith said no one is standing up for the consumer. “For all of us who are taxi drivers and who have to drive our kids to school and going on our daily task, we have to go to the pump and pay – in Grand Turk its $6 a gallon, in Provo its $5; or five something a gallon. No vision! The Government has no vision to deal with these things, and under the PDA government all of that will change… are you ready for a change? Are you ready for a change?”The PDA, which next heads to North Caicos for a Friday night rally there, has eight candidates; each political party can run as many as 15 nominees. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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ComicCon day 3

first_img July 20, 2019 Posted: July 20, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego Comic-Con 2019 will continue today with appearances by actors Kristen Bell, George Takei and Aaron Paul as well as filmmakers Guillermo Del Toro and Kevin Smith during the pop culture convention’s penultimate day.Bell will participate in a panel discussion of the NBC series “The Good Place” with co-stars Ted Danson, D’Arcy Carden, Jameela Jamil, William Jackson Harper and Manny Jacinto as well the show’s executive producers Michael Schur and Drew Goddard. The panel is scheduled for noon at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront’s Indigo Ballroom.Takei will discuss his new graphic memoir, “They Called Us Enemy,” at 1 p.m. in Room 25ABC with co-authors Justin Eisinger and Steven Scott as well as artist Harmony Becker. The book focuses on Takei and his family being interned with 120,000 other Japanese-Americans during World War II.Shortly after, Paul will participate in a panel for HBO’s “Westworld” with co-stars Tessa Thompson, Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright. The cast and showrunners will discuss the show’s upcoming third season at 1:15 p.m. in Hall H. Del Toro and Smith will hold panels at 4 p.m. and 7:15 p.m., respectively, for their upcoming films. At the Horton Grand Theatre, Del Toro will talk about the monsters in the upcoming film adaptation of “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” which he is producing, while Smith will show a preview of his film “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot,” a sequel to “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” in Hall H.Panels will run from 10 a.m. to shortly after midnight. Additional panels include discussions of “Sesame Street’s” 50th anniversary, the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Marvel Studios President and Producer Kevin Feige and a celebration of the convention’s 50th anniversary by looking back on the first San Diego Comic-Con in 1970, then known as Golden State Comic-Con.Events will also be held throughout the weekend at Petco Park, the Theatre Box, the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, the Manchester Grand Hyatt and the Balboa Theatre.Throughout the day, the San Diego Blood Bank will continue its 43rd annual Robert A. Heinlein blood drive at the convention. Donors will receive a limited-edition “Avengers: Endgame” T-shirt and goody bag regardless of whether they have a badge to attend the convention or not.Harbor Drive will be closed to all non-foot traffic from First Avenue to Park Boulevard from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. to accommodate the convention’s large crowds. Local transit agencies like the Metropolitan Transit System and the North County Transit District will offer increased service to and from theconvention center to make up for the closures.The annual five-day convention brings in more than $147 million in economic activity to San Diego County. An estimated 130,000 people are expected to attend the festival this year. Comic-Con day 3 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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UEFA Champions League Final 2019 Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur 20 to lift

first_imgLiverpool lift UCL trophy for the sixth timeSkyNews/GettyimagesLiverpool won the UEFA Champions League for the sixth time beating Tottenham Hotspurs in the final at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid. The Reds are behind Real Madrid (13) at joint second position along with AC Milan, both teams having six UCL trophies in their trophy cabinet. Liverpool last won the trophy after their famous victory against AC Milan in 2005.The all-English Champions Legue final was more of a one-sided affair as Liverpool took the lead in the 2nd minute of the match with a spot-kick from Mo Salah. The kick was earned by the Reds as Moussa Sissoko was punished for a handball inside the box. The Egyptian magician, who had to leave the field in tears during last year’s UCL final due to an injury, did not waste such an opportunity to take an early lead in the match. Mo Salah scored the first goal of the matchOLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty ImagesThe first half of the game did not look like a final as the Lilywhites were pretty much clueless on the field. There was no coordination between the midfield and the forward line. Liverpool, on the other hand, were pretty well organised with Sadio Mane teaming up with Salah and leading the attack from the front. Though Tottenham had more of the possession, they were not able to deliver in the final third.The second half of the match was much more competitive and fast as both the teams started charging against each other to find the back of the net. Spurs were attacking desperately with Son Heung-min coming down to defend and get possession of the ball to attack. Mauricio Pochettino’s gamble of playing Harry Kane, who was not match-fit, instead of in-form Lucas Moura turned out to be a flop as Kane was pretty much silent throughout the match. Virgil Van Dijk and Andrew Robertson were having the game of their lives as they were not letting any Spurs attack to grow inside the box. Jurgen Klopp’s positive approach benefitted Liverpool as they did not become ultra-defensive which would have made it tough for them. Alisson Becker playing for LiverpoolCharles McQuillan/Getty ImagesAnother star of the match was Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker. The 67 million Euro summer signing of the Reds proved his worth by making some vital saves in the dying moments of the match. The Lilywhites tried desperately to equalise in the last ten minutes but the Brazilian giant stood there like a wall blocking everything which came his way.The final nail in the coffin was hammered by Divock Origi, who scored in the 87th minute by driving low and past the grasps of Hugo Lloris. The travelling Liverpool fans knew that it was enough for them to win the trophy and they started their celebration singing British band Pink Floyd’s, ‘Fearless’ in the stands. After the goal was scored Tottenham tried to get one back but Alisson again denied them. Both the teams had almost the same number of shots in the match but the Reds were much more clinical in their finishing. Divock Origi has been in good goal-scoring form for Liverpool.ReutersThe victory marked Klopp’s maiden European trophy win which removed his final loser tag and gave some respite to the Liverpool fans as they were trophy-less for a long time. After last year’s loss in the finals due to some goalkeeping blunders, this year the Reds were saved by the performance of their goalkeeper. On the other hand, Pochettino was not fast enough to change his tactics as the match progressed which costed Tottenham the title.last_img read more

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IS blows up landmark Mosul mosque

first_imgThis aerial view provided by Iraq’s Joint Operation Command reportedly shows destruction inside Mosul’s Nuri mosque compound. Photo: AFPJihadists on Wednesday blew up Mosul’s iconic leaning minaret and the adjacent mosque where their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in 2014 declared himself “caliph” in his only public appearance, Iraqi officials said.The Islamic State group swiftly issued a statement via its Amaq propaganda agency blaming a US strike, but the US-led coalition condemned the destruction as a crime against “the people of Mosul and all of Iraq”.Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the destruction of the sites was “an official declaration of defeat” from the jihadists in the eight-month-old battle for Mosul.“Our forces were advancing toward their targets deep in the Old City and when they got to within 50 metres (yards) of the Nuri mosque, Daesh (IS) committed another historical crime by blowing up the Nuri mosque and the Hadba” mosque, Staff Lieutenant General Abdulamir Yarallah, the overall commander of the Mosul offensive, said in a statement.The destruction of two of Mosul’s best-known landmarks comes on the fourth day of an Iraqi offensive backed by the US-led coalition to take the Old City, where holdout jihadists are making a bloody last stand.It adds to a long list of Iraqi heritage sites and monuments the jihadist organisation has destroyed in Iraq and Syria since Baghdadi created his “caliphate” straddling both countries, almost exactly three years ago.IS proclaimed its self-styled “caliphate” in June 2014, after sweeping across Iraq’s Sunni Arab heartland, an unprecedented experiment in jihadist statehood.The Iraq-born Baghdadi appeared at the Nuri mosque in Mosul, Iraq’s second city, days later to declare himself “caliph” and urge the world’s Muslims to move in.It remains the last public appearance to date for the jihadist supremo, whose fate and whereabouts are currently unclear and whose “state” has been shrinking for two years.‘Iraq’s Tower of Pisa’Iraqi forces on Sunday launched an assault on the Old City of Mosul, eight months into a huge offensive to wrest back the northern city from the jihadists, who had made it their de facto Iraqi capital.The ancient minaret known as “Al-Hadba” (Hunchback) lies next to the Nuri mosque and was the most loved and recognisable landmark in Mosul, sometimes referred to as Iraq’s Tower of Pisa.The “Hadba” was completed in 1172 and had distinctive ornamental bands of brickwork wrapping around its cylindrical shaft. It started listing centuries ago and has long been considered an endangered monument.The minaret, with its unmistakeable shape, was the symbol of the city and featured in many local shops signs and advertisements. It gave its name to countless restaurants, companies and sports clubs.When IS imposed its tyrannic brand of sharia, or Islamic law, in the early stages of its “caliphate”, it destroyed several key heritage sites in Mosul, including the main museum and shrines to Jonah and Seth.It reportedly rigged the “Hadba”, which it sees as the subject of a cult that transgresses its own regressive and ultra-conservative brand of Islam, but had been prevented from blowing it up by the local population.Foretold disaster“The minaret of Al-Hadba has been here forever, it is part of the history of Mosul, it is the symbol of the city,” Ahmed Thilij Hamed, a 49-year-old resident of a neighbourhood near the Old City, told AFP on Monday.It had become clear to most in Mosul that IS would not give up its last redoubt in the city without destroying landmarks whose capture by the Iraqi forces would have dealt them a massive symbolic blow.“When the minaret is destroyed, it will be the final blow to Mosul’s heritage because all the other landmarks are gone,” Hamed said. “I will be very sorry, I cannot imagine such a moment.”Staff Lieutenant General Abdulwahab al-Saadi, one of the top commanders of the Counter-Terrorism Service that has spearheaded the fighting against IS, explained why he thought the Nuri mosque and nearby “Al-Hadba” would almost inevitably be destroyed.“The mosque has some symbolism for the terrorist gangs, being the mosque where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi gave his first sermon” as IS leader, he told AFP on Monday from his command post on the edge of Mosul.“Perhaps they won’t want to leave this place that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi took to the security forces and maybe they’ll send a message accusing Iraqi units of of destroying them,” he predicted.The US-led coalition which carries out daily air strikes and has advisers on the ground supporting the Mosul operation condemned the destruction.“This is a crime against the people of Mosul and all of Iraq, and is an example of why this brutal organization must be annihilated,” said Major General Joseph Martin.last_img read more

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13 hurt as train rams picnic bus in Ctg

first_img13 people injure as a Chattogram- bound train hit a picnic bus in Sitakundu upazila on Wednesday, 20 February, 2019. Photo: UNBAt least 13 people were injured as a Chattogram- bound train hit a picnic bus carrying students and guardians of a madrasha on a level crossing near the Eco -Park in Sitakundu upazila on Wednesday, reports UNB.Eleven of the injured were identified as Daud, 45, Shirin Aktar Kamal, 45, Masuda Begum, 44, Muzahid, 10, Farzana Aktar Munni, 15, Abul Hashem, 16, Sayed Hasan, 15, Abdul Awal, 14, Faisal Ahmed, 12, Imon, 11, and Moin Uddin, 11.Deputy assistant director Md Jashim Uddin of Fire Service and Civil Defence said the picnic bus carrying students and guardians of Darul Arqam Madrasha got stuck on the rail track as the gatemen lowered the bar around 2:00pm.A Chattogram- bound train rammed the bus and damaged a portion of the vehicle, leaving 13 people injured..Two teams of fire service from Kumira and Sitakundu rushed to the spot and rescued the injured.The injured were sent to Sitakundu Upazila Health Complex. Among them, three were sent to Chattogram Medical College and Hospital as their condition deteriorated.last_img read more

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17th century love story to be screened in Delhi

first_imgAfter Hyderabad and Kolkata, Shiraz: A Romance of India – a rare Indian silent film with a special live score provided by Anoushka Sharma – will be screened in Delhi and Mumbai on November 4 and 5 respectively. Shiraz tells the love story of the 17th century princess who inspired the construction of the Taj Mahal. For the modern viewer the appeal of Shiraz is the extreme rarity of a sophisticated silent feature film made outside the major producing nations of the West, the gorgeous settings and costumes and the glories of the spectacular fort at Agra and of course the iconic Taj Mahal, a central character here in its own right. Two infamous kisses that take place in the film will definitely surprise modern audiences and are really quite extraordinary for Indian cinema of the period. Shiraz was adapted from Niranjan Pal’s play, the first Indian playwright to have his work performed in the West End. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe screening of Shiraz in Kolkata by British Council and British Film Institute (BFI) was in a unique collaboration with Sangit Kala Mandir, as a part of the UK-India year of the culture, 2017. A world leader in film restoration, the BFI holds the original negative material of Shiraz in the archive. Franz Osten’s sumptuous Indian silent classic has been meticulously re-mastered by the conservation team at the BFI National Archive. Deeply rooted in the Indian Classical music tradition, Anoushka, at a young age of 20, had already made three classical recordings and received her first Grammy® nomination, thereby becoming the first Indian female and youngest-ever nominee in the World Music category. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThrough her bold and collaborative approach as a composer, Anoushka has encouraged cross-cultural dialogue whilst demonstrating the versatility of the sitar across musical genres. As a result, Anoushka has created a vital body of work with a prominent roster of artists such as Sting, M.I.A, Herbie Hancock, Pepe Habichuela, Karsh Kale, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and Joshua Bell.Following the Indian tour Shiraz will screen around the UK in January 2018 and be released on Blu-ray by BFI.last_img read more

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Roadside bandits fire at passenger bus bound for Cancun

first_imgChiapas, Mexico — A passenger bus headed from Chiapas to Cancun was the target Tuesday after roadside bandits fire, injuring two people.The driver of a bus and a female passenger from Tapachula were injured by gun fire after a group of alleged assailants intercepted the unit on the Las Choapas-Raudales-Ocozocoautla highway.According to Diario de Xalapa, a bus belonging to Ómnibus Cristóbal Colón with 43 passengers on board, left Tapachula stopping at Tuxtla Gutiérrez several hours later before moving on to Villahermosa using the Las Choapas-Raudales-Ocozocoautla highway.When the bus reached Malpasito, the driver was stopped by a group of hooded men who requested money from the driver. He paid the armed men without opposition while most of his passengers slept.However, nine kilometers later, a red pickup truck was seen blocking the highway. The bus driver accelerated to push his way through the roadblock. The sudden acceleration woke his passengers who, upon seeing the roadblock, scurried to the floor of the bus.The bus driver continued forward, pushing past the red pickup when he was fired upon several times by the armed man in the bed of the truck. The bus driver and one female passenger were hit. The driver of the bus continued on despite having recieved a gun shot.Emergency 911 sent police who met them several kilometers later. Paramedics also arrived to tend to the two wounded. The bus driver was identified as Fermín N and the injured passenger as María del Carmen N.There were no other report of injuries. The bus eventually arrived safely in Cancun.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img News | Interventional Radiology | July 31, 2019 International Multidisciplinary Group Publishes Recommendations for Personalized HCC Treatment With Y90 TheraSphere New consensus recommendations for personalized treatment for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) with BTG’s TheraSphere have… read more Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff.  Related Content News | CT Angiography (CTA) | July 24, 2019 WVU Medicine Installs First Alphenix 4D CT in the U.S. The West Virginia University (WVU) Heart and Vascular Institute is the first hospital in the country to acquire the… read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more center_img May 13, 2009 – The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) hailed the extension of an American College of Radiology (ACR) resolution in support of clinical patient management by vascular and interventional radiologists as an important reminder of the critical contribution these minimally invasive specialists bring to quality patient healthcare. ACR encourages and supports the establishment of interventional radiology clinical services within the practice of radiology groups including establishment of an adequate clinical team; adequate space dedicated for clinical visits; inpatient admitting service; dedicated time for seeing inpatients and patients in a clinic; noninvasive vascular laboratory; clerical services for scheduling, insurance authorization and billing of procedures and evaluation/management services; and support for time and materials for promotional and educational efforts.“Passage of ACR’s Resolution 22 is a continued endorsement of interventional radiology’s unique contribution of supporting innumerable clinical services while providing direct care,” said SIR President Brian F. Stainken, M.D., FSIR. “Interventional radiologists provide patients with the least invasive and most advanced treatment options for a wide variety of medical conditions, offering less risk, less pain and less recovery time when compared to open surgery,” noted Stainken. ACR endorsed interventional radiology’s clinical patient-centered nature 10 years ago, recognizing that interventional radiologists need an office presence, time allocated to see patients, time to consult with referring physicians and time to see patients on the ward, said Stainken, an interventional radiologist at Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, R.I. Reaffirmation of that policy came during ACR’s 86th Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference May 5 in Washington, D.C.The ACR policy support comes at a time when interventional radiologists have spent more than three decades working behind the scenes to solve the toughest medical problems, explained Stainken. “Interventional radiologists historically have worked on the sidelines as the ‘specialists’ specialist,’ helping other doctors manage their patients with the most difficult problems—for example, working collaboratively with surgeons with trauma and transplant care,” said Stainken. “While those physician relationships remain in place, interventional radiologists are taking positions in the front line of medical care. In delivering high-quality health care, interventional radiologists are formalizing their clinical role with offices, doing rounds and providing formalized consultation,” added Stainken.“As members of the medical house of radiology, interventional radiologists differ greatly from diagnostic radiologists. Interventional radiologists are hands-on clinicians—who are known as innovative problem solvers and critical resources in tough medical situations—and expert board-certified radiologists. Interventional radiologists are a dozen subspecialist doctors rolled into one,” said Stainken. According to the resolution, ACR “recognizes the importance of the development of a clinical service by interventional radiologists in order to appropriately manage patients.” ACR, which “opposes any attempt to prohibit vascular and interventional radiologists from being granted admitting and other clinical privileges based solely on their designation as radiologists,” affirmed the importance of vascular and interventional radiologists “establishing physician-patient relationships that are also customarily maintained by other physicians who provide comparable services.”For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Image courtesy of NinePoint Medical Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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