first_img Twitter Login/Register With: “I think that’s what takes me aback most about him, is that to be so hard-working and never really tired and to be that nice — anyone you ask about him always says the same thing, he’s the nicest guy to work with.” One of the biggest accomplishments for the 27-year-old Toronto native, whose YouTube handle is IISuperwomanII? Advertisement “I think his career should be a case study, to be honest,” she said. “He has just maintained relevancy, he’s such a hard worker and he’s a really nice guy. “He’s kind of like my mentor in certain situations.” Johnson recently appeared in a segment with Singh on her YouTube channel, which has over 9.5 million subscribers. Advertisementcenter_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment This year alone, she’s made Forbes’ “30 Under 30 Hollywood & Entertainment” list; had cameos in “Bad Moms” and “Ice Age: Collision Course”; announced a book deal; and is heading to the Rio Olympics with Coca-Cola to capture content. Advertisement “I’ve done a lot of really cool stuff but at the top of my accomplishment list is definitely collaborating with the Rock or just becoming friends with him,” she said, referring to actor Dwayne Johnson, during an interview before Saturday’s YouTube FanFest in Toronto. TORONTO — Canadian YouTube star Lilly Singh has a laundry list of recent accomplishments. Facebook Singh was at YouTube FanFest to perform material from her new rap video “Voices,” which runs nearly 11 minutes long.last_img read more

first_imgNEW YORK, N.Y. – It may have been a lousy night for Madonna at the MTV Video Music Awards, but the event offered some glimmers of hope for the network.The Nielsen company estimated that 5.23 million watched Monday’s annual tribute to what’s current in popular music across several Viacom-owned networks. While that’s down from the 5.68 million who watched last year, the network appears to have slowed the show’s rapid decline over the past years while showing increases in digital engagement.MTV estimated that there had been some 141.6 million video streams of content related to the awards show for the past month — including Monday night — up from 76 million a year ago. MTV said it doesn’t have an estimate of how many people streamed Monday’s entire show through the network’s app.Those numbers hold a greater importance for the younger viewers that MTV seeks, considering how many people experience “television” now on their devices.Among viewers aged 18 to 34, MTV topped all other cable and broadcast numbers for the period of time that the VMAs were on, Nielsen said.Television ratings for the awards show have been shrinking rapidly in recent years. In 2015, for example, 9.8 million watched on television. In 2011, when Katy Perry was the big winner, the show had a record viewership of 12.4 million people.MTV moved the event from Sunday to Monday this year, which is generally a better night for the network, and closer to the middle of August so there would be less competition.The show had its moments, including a glittery Jennifer Lopez medley. Madonna received a harsh reaction for telling a story about the late Aretha Franklin that had more to do with her than the late Queen of Soul.The event as a whole, however, was lacking in star power, with Drake, Bruno Mars, Childish Gambino, Beyonce, Rihanna and Kendrick Lamar among the missing. If MTV can prove that it has arrested the event’s decline, it may make stars more willing to show up in the future.With a double shot of its most popular show, “America’s Got Talent,” NBC won the week in prime-time, averaging 4.4 million viewers. CBS had 3.6 million viewers, ABC had 3.2 million, Fox had 1.6 mullion, ION Television had 1.4 million, Telemundo had 1.2 million, Univision had 1.1 million and the CW had 800,000.Viewers continue to find other things to do. Prime-time ratings for the four biggest networks were down by 13 per cent compared to the same week last year. Two of the three cable news networks had better ratings than the Fox network.Fox News Channel was the week’s most popular cable network, averaging 2.24 million viewers in prime time, MSNBC had 1.78 million viewers, HGTV had 1.35 million, USA had 1.34 million and ESPN had 1.26 million.ABC’s “World News Tonight” led the evening newscasts with an average of 8 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” was second with 7.4 million viewers and the “CBS Evening News” had 5.6 million.For the week of Aug. 13-19, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: “America’s Got Talent” (Tuesday), NBC, 11.14 million; “America’s Got Talent” (Wednesday), NBC, 9.86 million; “60 Minutes,” CBS, 6.29 million; “Big Brother” (Wednesday), CBS, 5.83 million; “Big Brother” (Sunday), CBS, 5.8 million; “Big Brother” (Thursday), CBS, 5.73 million; “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 5.51 million; “NCIS,” CBS, 5.4 million; “World of Dance,” NBC, 5.13 million; “American Ninja Warrior,” NBC, 5.08 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC and Telemundo are owned by Comcast Corp. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks.___Online:http://www.nielsen.comlast_img read more

The nine employees of the Sri Lanka Mirror website, who were arrested yesterday, were released on police bail today.Among those arrested were journalists including women and girls. They were produced before the Colombo Magistrate at Hulftsdorp this afternoon and given bail and were ordered to appear in court again on the 6th of July. Several employees of the Sri Lanka Mirror website including some journalists were arrested yesterday following a raid by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID). “These two websites were continuously involved in publishing false and unethical news about celebrities and popular personalities, misleading the international and local communities,” the Defence Ministry said.Meanwhile the U.S Embassy said it is closely following the case of the Sri Lanka Mirror and Lankaxnews, including the arrest of nine individuals associated with those websites. Meanwhile the Defence Ministry said that acting on a court order the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) officials, yesterday sealed the Sri Lanka Mirror office where two websites involved in propagating false and unethical news on Sri Lanka were being operated from. “We have raised on several occasions our deep concern over efforts to suppress independent news media, including the blocking of news websites, intimidation, and disappearances of journalists,” the Embassy said.The United States believes that an uncensored and independent media available to all citizens is an indispensable part of any vibrant democracy and we call for an end to the harassment of these and all other journalists. read more

MONUC, said it has been carrying out information programmes to convince the ex-FAR-Interahamwe rebels to return home voluntarily and has been deploying UN peacekeeping troops in DRC’s eastern Kivu region, bordering Rwanda.Rwanda’s Hutu extremist militias, blamed for the genocide of Rwandan Tutsis and moderate Hutus in 1994, fled across the border to mineral-rich DRC, which was then embroiled in its own civil war.After ceasefire accords ended DRC’s civil strife, Rwanda withdrew its troops, but in July a UN expert group found that it was supporting dissident Congolese Tutsi, or Banyamulenge, military leaders in eastern DRC and directly and indirectly had violated the weapons embargo against the militias.MONUC reminded the Rwandan Government that it had agreed, along with DRC and Uganda – at a meeting last month held under United States auspices – to respect one another’s sovereignty and to end the problems created by the rebels.The 20 November Declaration of Dar-es-Salaam also bound the signatories to work towards stabilizing and pacifying the Great Lakes region, MONUC said.The Mission also recalled that it has Security Council authorization “to employ every means necessary, within its capacity and in its units’ zones of deployment, to fulfil its mandate, which includes protecting civilians facing imminent threats of physical violence.” read more

first_img 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. The retired dentist’s yellow car was the cause of controversy for spoiling the view in BiburyCredit:SWNS A vandal scrawled the word 'move' into Peter Maddox's yellow Corsa Harmony has been restored to one of Britain’s most idyllic views after a pensioner got rid of his “eyesore” bright yellow car and replaced it with one in grey.Retired dentist Peter Maddox, 84, found himself at the centre of a furore when he parked his controversial Corsa outside his Cotswolds home. Mr Maddox has now replaced the car with another Corsa, but in a less vibrant grey colour, which blends into the background better.Mr Maddox, who moved to Bibury 15 years ago after his wife died, said: “It’s not as good as the yellow car, but it’s lovely to drive.”Hopefully I won’t have any trouble with it, although I never intended to cause a problem with the yellow one.” Photographers and tourists accused him of ruining the picture-postcard setting of medieval Arlington Row in Bibury, Gloucestershire, which is featured inside UK passports.Feelings ran so high that the car was written off by vandals who scrawled “Move” on the bonnet and caused £6,000 in damage. A vandal scrawled the word ‘move’ into Peter Maddox’s yellow CorsaCredit:SWNS Yellow car Arlington Row was built in the 13th century and was a monastic wool store that was converted into weavers’ cottages in the 17th century.It is a major tourist attraction and the National Trust rents out one of the cottages for more than £900 per week during peak season.Mr Maddox’s problems began in 2015 when his Vauxhall Corsa became the subject of worldwide attention.In January, the car was vandalised, shocking villagers who described the crime as “disgusting”.last_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Australia should encourage “advanced manufacturing” and look to gas as the “key to manufacturing” said Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical’s global president and co-chairman of Barack Obama’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership. The Greek Australian launched his plan The Dow Chemical Company Advanced Manufacturing Plan for Australia in Sydney at the Future of Manufacturing in Australia conference to give Australia the tools it needs to become a global manufacturing player. His plan states that Australia needs to create the right environment for manufacturing that is export-competitive, dependent on innovation and that includes partnerships with researchers, government and other firms. He said Australia must increase investment in innovation.Mr Liveris pinpointed Australia’s gas fields as a way Australia can keep the manufacturing sector competitive and the plan stated that gas producers should reserve a big share of new gas fields for domestic use. He warned that carbon tax and renewable energy targets would damage competitiveness.“Australia has all the building blocks of a global leader, including vast quantitiy of natural resources [and] a highly skilled, talented workforce,” said Mr Liveris. He said Australia should aim at changing policies to aim for a “balanced, sustainable economy that adds value to resources”.In 2010, Mr Liveris was given the oldest honour in Christendom and the highest honour a lay person can receive in the Orthodox Christian Church by being named Archon by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of the Orthodox Christian Church.“I am thrilled, honored and humbled to have been given this recognition,” said Mr Liveris. “The title carries with it an awesome responsibility and serves as a reminder that religious freedom must be supported at all costs to ensure the continuation of our rich and beautiful 2000 year old Christian Faith.”last_img read more

first_imgWith the Hellenism of the diaspora being demographically almost half Greece’s population, the Secretariat General for Greeks Abroad, together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, have been cooperating closely for years to ensure that the Greek diaspora remains connected and the ties with the motherland strong.For the first time after a five year long break due to the economic struggles of Greece, annual summer camps, for children of the Greek diaspora to get a first-hand experience of the country of their ancestry, will begin again this year. The camps are hosted in Malesina, Fthiotida and in Epanomi, outside of Thessaloniki.The camping program has often been praised as one of the most successful programs run in the more than 30 year history of the Greek Secretariat for Greeks Abroad, supervised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It was thanks to these summer camps that tens of thousands of children of Greek ancestry from all over the globe have visited Greece, including numerous Greek Australians.The General Consulate of Greece in Sydney has now invited teachers and parents of children of Greek origin from New South Wales, between 9-13 years old, to participate in 2014 summer camps.A group of nine children from NSW will be selected, based on the criteria that one of the parents is of Greek origin, the applicant is 9-13 years old, and that parents are not employees of the Greek State abroad.Alongside their application forms and other required documents, the applicants can also include a certificate that the child is attending Greek language lessons, a certificate by Greek Associations that the child participates in activities relevant to Greek culture or a reference for good or excellent grades in the Greek language.Children who are close to the age of 13 will be prioritised, as they won’t have the chance to participate in the future.Based on the expression of interest for the last summer camp, in 2008, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth have been allocated two positions each, while nine positions will be available for applicants in both Melbourne and Sydney.This year, the participants from Australia will take part in the summer camp in Malesina. The expenses of the camping program are covered by the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad. The GCSA will also be responsible for the children’s transportation from the airport of Athens or Thessaloniki to the camps, while the flight costs to and from Greece will be covered by the parents.The camps, specially designed for the needs of children of the Greek diaspora and featuring lessons of Greek language and history, excursions and visits to historical and archeological locations, will be held from 15 to 29 July 2014, in Epanomi, outside of Thessaloniki, and from 7 until 21 August 2014 in Malesina, Fthiotida.The deadline for applications for the Epanomi summer camp is 11 April, and 15 April for Malesina summer camp.The Education office in Sydney is only responsible for NSW applications. Information for any other state’s program can be requested from the Consulate of Greece in the respective state.For application forms and other required documents, contact your State Consulate. For further information, NSW applicants can contact Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_imgBraconnage : un trafiquant de pousse-pieds arrêté en BretagneVictime de la surpêche, le pousse-pied, un crustacé vivant fixé à des rochers le long de la côte-Atlantique, est soumis à des quotas de pêche très stricts depuis plusieurs années. Une interdiction bravée par des braconniers, en Bretagne notamment, où un trafiquant vient d’être interpellé.Samedi, sur la cale de Saint-Guénolé dans le Finistère, les gendarmes maritimes de la patrouille de surveillance du littoral ont découvert un important butin dans le fourgon de trois pêcheurs : quelque 323 kilos de pousse-pieds, rapporte le site de Ouest-France. Une prise record, quand la dernière remontant à plusieurs mois avait atteint 125 kilos, pêchés illégalement par des braconniers espagnols à la pointe du Raz. À lire aussiVoilà à quoi ressemblent les cris de petits rhinocérosAlors que deux des pêcheurs ont réussi à s’enfuir à bord d’un canot pneumatique, le troisième, habitant de Ploemeur dans le Morbihan, a été interpellé. Les gendarmes ont ensuite remis les crustacés à la mer. Pourtant les pousse-pieds arrachés avec des morceaux de roche par les trafiquants au marteau et au burin, ne pourront pas repousser.Négociés entre 20 et 40 euros le kilo en France, et entre 100 et 150 euros en Espagne, les pousse-pieds ont été longtemps victimes de la surpêche avant que des quotas ne soient mis en place pour préserver l’espèce. En ce moment, la pêche de ce crustacé est autorisée, toutefois elle est limitée à trois kilos par personne.Edit : la photo du pousse-pied a été modifiée. Le 7 mars 2011 à 17:00 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_imgDe vieilles cabines téléphoniques recyclées en bibliothèquesUn projet franco-allemand vise à transformer de vieilles cabines téléphoniques en bibliothèques de rue, libres d’accès. Ces bibliothèques devraient fleurir un peu partout au printemps.Les cabines téléphoniques ont fait leur temps. Avec l’apparition des téléphones portables et leur extraordinaire démocratisation, les anciennes cabines sont désormais à l’abandon. Ainsi, les 290 000 cabines françaises sont vouées à disparaitre à moins que… celles-ci ne deviennent de mini-bibliothèques. En effet, un projet franco-allemand baptisé BücherboXX-BliblioboXX a décidé de recycler et d’aménager de vielles cabines téléphoniques en bibliothèques de rues en libre accès. La Maison de l’Europe des Yvelines et l’Académie de Versailles se sont associées pour s’essayer sur cinq cabines téléphoniques offertes par France-Télécom, rapporte cabines seront transformées par des étudiants des formations professionnelles concernées (ébénistes, métallurgistes, menuisiers, peintres…) dans le cadre des projets visant à promouvoir le développement durable dans les formations préparant aux métiers de la construction.À lire aussi”Spying on whales”, une fascinante odyssée sous-marine à la rencontre des baleines avec Nick PyensonLa première BücherboXX sera inaugurée à l’occasion du 50ème anniversaire du traité de l’Elysée le 18 avril prochain devant l’ambassade de France à Berlin. Si les prototypes remportent un succès suffisant, les Biblioboxx apparaîtront dans les cours d’écoles, des stations de métro ou encore dans des rues. Tout le monde aura la possibilité d’y déposer un livre dont ils souhaitent se débarrasser ou prendre un livre pour le lire. Le recyclage au profit de la Culture, il fallait y penser ! Le 19 janvier 2013 à 11:07 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_img MovieBob Reviews: DUNKIRK (2017) We haven’t seen much of Christopher Nolan’s latest film Dunkirk, but in the first trailer, we see that it’s like many other Nolan titles: dark and suspenseful with a lot of shots of people by the water.The film chronicles the Dunkirk evacuation, sometimes known as the “Miracle of Dunkirk.” After the Battle of Dunkirk, which took place in 1940 after British, Belgian, and French forces were surrounded by German troops, forcing an evacuation. However, Adolf Hitler issued a halt order, allowing 300,000 troops to pull back to Dunkirk.Basically, following Germany’s invasion of Poland and an attack on Belgium and the Netherlands, a series of unfortunate events befell the Allied troops. But in a random sequence of events, mostly focused on Hitler’s halt order, the majority were able to get out.So spoilers for a decades-old historical event, the movie will probably have a hopeful ending, but not without a cost.In the trailer, which you can watch below, we see officers and soldiers trapped and holding their heads as planes drop down overhead. We see dead bodies washing up on shore. At one point, Cillian Murphy shivers as he thinks about heading back into battle.“There’s no hiding from this son,” he’s told. “We have a job to do.”Expect a lot of thoughts on the consequences of war, and on the perseverance of the Allied troops. It’s a World War II epic, possibly in the vain of Saving Private Ryan.Earlier this week, according to our friends at IGN, posters were released for the film, with the tagline “The Event That Shaped Our World.”Dunkirk stars previous Nolan collaborators Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, along with Kenneth Branagh, James D’Arcy, Mark Rylance, and others (see if you can spot One Direction’s Harry Styles).It’ll have a limited release on July 19, 2017 and go into wide release on July 21. Stay on targetlast_img read more

first_imgNaval Medical Center SD and Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton transition to DHA KUSI Newsroom, January 8, 2019 Updated: 7:56 AM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Defense Health Agency (DHA) has officially assumed administration responsibilities for Naval Medical Center SD and Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton as part of Military Health System reform.The reform was mandated by Congress in the National Defense Authorization Acts of Fiscal Years 2017 and 2019.“From a patient perspective, most of these changes should go unnoticed,” said Navy Vice-Adm. Raquel C. “Rocky” Bono, DHA director. “Patients can expect the same high quality, trusted care they have come to know at our military treatment facilities. Providers can expect to focus on practicing medicine and maintaining their preparedness in the event of crisis.”More than 50 hospitals and 377 clinics are making to transition according to the DHA; including Naval Medical Center San Diego and Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.DHA will be responsible for all facilities with respect to budgetary matters; information technology; health care administration and management; administrative policy and procedure; and military medical construction.The Defense Health Agency said they will also take over management responsibilities for NMC San Diego and NH Camp Pendleton on Oct. 1, 2020. center_img Posted: January 8, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

first_imgLaura MaggiRoute Fifty, Government Executive Media Group’s digital publication that connects state and local governments, has appointed Laura Maggi to managing editor where she will oversee the brand’s daily news coverage of state, county and city governments, and will be based in the brand’s Washington, D.C. office.Coming from The Advocate where she was a metro editor that led the coverage of major breaking news, Maggi has a dense background in local reporting. Prior to these roles, she also served as deputy editor of The New Orleans Advocate and covered health care, criminal justice and state politics and government at The Times-Picayune.Mitch Herckis will also be expanding his role at Route Fifty as senior editor and director of  strategic initiatives. In addition to his current responsibilities of organizing events and building relationships with organizations that serve state and local officials, Herckis will also contribute analysis and work closely with the brand’s editorial team in their coverage.Here are the rest of this week’s moves… announced several hires and promotions this week, coming three months after the appointment of Sally Holmes to digital director of the brand. Danielle McNally was promoted to director of features & special projects from her role as senior features editor. McNally’s new responsibilities include leading the brand’s big initiatives such as driving partnerships and live events, revamping the site’s delivery of service content, and continuing the publishing of features on the site.Jenny Hollander was tapped for the newly created deputy editor position from her role as senior editor at Bustle. Cady Crell was hired from Glamour as the new senior news and culture editor, overseeing the brand’s entertainment, sex and politics coverage for Marina Liao joins the brand as fashion news editor from her role as an assistant fashion editor at PopSugar. And Krystyna Chavez is joining as social media editor from Racked where she served as a community manager.The Cut has tapped Callie Beusman, former editor at Broadly, as its newest news editor. She will be responsible for assigning and editing daily news stories and coordinating and directing coverage of timely events for the brand. In her last role, Beusman covered topics ranging from politics to witchcraft and also hosted videos for the site. “Callie Beusman has exactly what the Cut needs right now: an insatiable appetite for the news, a sharp sense of reporting, and a great sense of humor,” says Stella Bugbee, president and editor-in-chief of the Cut.Jim Kelly is departing Vanity Fair after seven years from his position as a contributing editor to pursue a career as a literary agent with Aevitas Creative Management. Prior to his role at VF, Kelly was top editor at Time Magazine for nearly 30 years and then editor-at-large for three years after that at the brand. Advance Publications, parent company to Condé Nast, announced that Oren Klein will succeed Tom Summer as CFO upon Summer’s retirement in October. Klein has served as Advance’s VP of finance and controller since 2008. Summer, who has been with the company since 2007, will transition to an advisory role after the end of the year.Vogue has laid off “about eight” staffers, according to Business of Fashion, which cites “sources close to the magazine.”The managing editor of Virginia Business magazine, Paula C. Squires, is partially retiring from her position and dropping her day-to-day responsibilities of meeting journalistic deadlines. She does plan on continuing to write in some capacity by contributing as a freelancer to the publication.Fatherly hired former senior entertainment editor of Inverse, Ryan Britt, as its new entertainment editor. Britt will oversee the expansion of the Play Section and is a published essayist as well as a teacher of non-fiction writing. Politico tapped its breaking news reporter Christiano Lima as its new Pro Technology newsletter writer. Lima has also contributed to the brand’s Morning Media and California Playbook, as well as worked as a senior web producer there. Former Newsday environmental reporter Emily Dooley was tapped by Bloomberg BNA to cover California’s environment. She had served as an environmental reporter for over three years while at Newsday. BuzzFeed News and Reason magazine alumni, Anthony L. Fisher is joining The Week as a senior editor.Former White House correspondent for IJR, Brittany Shepherd, is joining Washingtonian magazine where she will cover “politics, pop culture, and pretty much anything else on the Washington pulse.”Kelsey Sutton is joining Adweek as a tech reporter from her role as reporter for Mic and Politico.last_img read more

first_imgThe PS Vita is due to launch on February 22 next year across the U.S. and Canada. Many gamers already have their pre-orders made, and now just have a long wait of nearly 5 months.You could get it sooner by importing one from Japan, but I’ve already predicted a $1000 price tag if you do. Sony is offering you a legitimate way to get a PS Vita early, though. Seven whole days early in fact.Announced via the PlayStation.Blog, Sony has decided to offer a PlayStation Vita First Edition Bundle that will launch on February 15. In the U.S. it will include a 3G version of the device along with a 4GB memory card (which is required for some games), a limited edition PS Vita case, and the game Little Deviants. The price is $349.99. In Canada a similar bundle will be offered, but with the WiFi version of the Vita for $299.99.The bundle isn’t any more expensive for being released a week early, and it may be a better way to ensure you secure the machine if demand is high. However, just remember that nothing else launches for a week, so if you really hate the Little Deviants game it’s doubtful you can pick up or download any other games until the 22nd.What’s unclear is how many of these First Edition Bundles Sony is going to make available. The company must be confident on stock levels in order to make the offer in the first place, but there could be a limit of a few thousand before it switches back to separate hardware and game sales for the real launch.Read more at PlayStation.Bloglast_img read more

first_imgDarjeeling: One man was arrested and gold worth more than Rs 3 crore was seized from him. The gold was being smuggled to Kolkata. Based on source information, the sleuths of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence arrested one Raju Adarsh from the down Kamrup Express at New Jalpaiguri Railway station on Saturday. Adarsh was on his way to Kolkata. On frisking him, around 10 kg gold was recovered from his possession. The gold was divided into 56 pieces and were hidden in a special belt and in shoe soles. The gold of Chinese origin had been smuggled into India through the Indo-Myanmar border. From Assam the gold had been brought to Siliguri and was scheduled to be delivered in Kolkata. Adarsh, a resident of Mukundapur, Hoogly was arrested and produced before a Siliguri court.last_img read more

first_img Technology | Ultrasound Imaging | May 15, 2019 Clarius Releases Clarius Live Ultrasound Telemedicine Solution Clarius Mobile Health released a telemedicine solution called Clarius Live. The simple-to-use feature allows any… read more Technology | Teleradiology | June 28, 2018 Dictum Health Launches Advanced Telestroke Module for Virtual Exam Room Platform Dictum Health Inc., creators of the Virtual Exam Room (VER) telehealth technology, announced the release of their Care… read more News | Teleradiology | May 06, 2019 Chipmunk Health Chooses Philips HealthSuite for Telehealth Services Philips announced that telehealth service provider Chipmunk Health, with locations in the Netherlands and Canada, is… read more News | Ultrasound Imaging | March 30, 2018 Philips Integrates Reacts Tele-Ultrasound Platform on Lumify Portable Systems Philips in partnership with Innovative Imaging Technologies (IIT) announced an industry-first integrated tele-… read more News | Teleradiology | November 25, 2018 Siemens Healthineers Showcases syngo Virtual Cockpit for More Flexible Workforce Management During the 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 25-30… read more News | Breast Density | February 14, 2019 Densitas Enters Partnership Agreement With TeleMammography Specialists Breast imaging analytics company Densitas Inc. announced a new collaboration partnership with TeleMammography… read more Related Content News | PACS | March 19, 2018 Exa PACS Helps Teleradiology Provider Increase Productivity 400 Percent Nine months after the implementation of Exa PACS (picture archiving and communication system) from Konica Minolta… read more center_img June 11, 2008 – Imaging On Call LLC, a teleradiology provider has acquired NightVision Radiology Inc.With the addition of NightVision, Imaging On Call (IOC) will increase its roster of physicians to 31 radiologists serving a growing and expanding base of U.S. hospitals and radiology practices.“We are excited to partner with an organization that has built its reputation using a quality first approach,” said Brian Phelan, CEO of Imaging On Call. “The combination of Imaging On Call and NightVision provides our customers with a broader range of coverage in all sub-specialties of radiology 24 hours a day,seven days a week.”IOC has completed the acquisition of NightVision and expects to completely combine operations by next month.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Teleradiology | May 10, 2018 DocPanel Partners With University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine Teleradiology company DocPanel announced a partnership with the University of Southern California (USC) Keck School of… read more Image courtesy of Philips Healthcare News | June 10, 2008 Imaging On Call Acquires NightVision Radiology News | Teleradiology | April 10, 2019 vRad Receives 19th Patent vRad (Virtual Radiologic), a Mednax Radiology Solutions practice, announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office… read more News | Orthopedic Imaging | November 09, 2017 Sectra to Provide Orthopedic Post-Operative Follow-Up for Teleradiology Company International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra recently signed an agreement with the global… read morelast_img read more

first_imgSell two Rocky Mountaineer trips and get one for yourself Travelweek Group Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Posted by Sharecenter_img Tags: Rocky Mountaineer VANCOUVER — Rocky Mountaineer is giving travel agents props with an exclusive new offer, a first for the company.Effective immediately, agents who book two reservations on a Rocky Mountaineer SilverLeaf Service package or rail-only itinerary will receive two complimentary tickets.The offer is available to agents in Canada and the US, on new bookings from May 8 to June 30, 2018. Agents must make two bookings, with a minimum of two people each (four total), to qualify.As part of this first-time offer from Rocky Mountaineer, redeeming agents will get two-day rail tickets in SilverLeaf Service. Tickets will be available for First Passage to the West or Journey Through the Clouds routes on select dates in 2018 and 2019.More details are available on Rocky Mountaineer’s website. << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

first_img Arizona Cardinals kicker Chandler Catanzaro has been named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his effort last week in a win over the Minnesota Vikings.The second-year player kicked three field goals, including a 47-yarder with 1:23 left in the game that proved to be the winning margin as the Cardinals notched their seventh straight victory, 27-23.Catanzaro also connected from 27 and 23 yards in the game.The weekly honor is the third in Catanzaro’s short career. As a rookie, he won the award twice — in Week 6 against Washington and in Week 15 against the St. Louis Rams. Comments   Share   Arizona Cardinals kicker Chandler Catanzaro (7) kicks a field goal as Drew Butler (2) holds during the second half of an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings, Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling – / 45 He’s also the fourth Cardinal to win a weekly NFC honor this season, joining David Johnson (special teams, Week 2), Tyrann Mathieu (defense, Week 3) and Larry Fitzgerald (offense, Week 2).For the season, Catanzaro has 92.6 percent of his field goal attempts (25-of-27) and 93.6 percent (44-of-47) of his extra point tries. He ranks third in the league with 119 points through 13 games, trailing only New England’s Stephen Gostkowski (124 pts.) and Carolina’s Graham Gano (123).The former Clemson Tiger also has two game-winning field goals to his credit. His 32-yarder with :02 left gave the Cardinals a 34-31 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 11.last_img read more

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >After a $5 million renovation, VOMO Island Resort, located on a 91ha private island in the South Pacific, unveils 26 newly transformed Hillside and Beachfront Villas.General Manager Mark Leslie and New Zealand-based architect Michael Fisher spearheaded the villa redesign, travelling to Asia to source bespoke furnishings that were handmade exclusively for VOMO including daybeds, coffee tables, bathroom fixtures and mirror frames.The transformed bathrooms now feature double sinks and oversized free-standing bathtubs, currently the only in the world to be manufactured from recycled marble. Amenities include L’Occitane bath products, while select villas boast indulgent outdoor tubs and showers. The outdoor experience extends to the villa’s private balconies and patios with bespoke dining tables and chairs plus sun lounges or daybeds to enjoy a quintessential Fijian vista.In-room amenities like multiple USB ports are strategically placed near the bedside and desk for easy access and stand in for the need of international adaptors to charge devices. Free Wi-Fi and BOSE speaker with Bluetooth capabilities enables guests to enjoy their own music from their phone, laptop or tablet. Subtle adjustable lighting details in the villas suit any mood and a soft light glows under the bathroom vanity for fuss-free midnight wake-ups. Design conscious finishes like the state-of-the-art air conditioning units are recessed into the ceiling, and ceiling fans are not only silent but gorgeous handmade works of art, both with remote controls for easy operation.A unique new feature to the villas is a retractable privacy curtain partition that can be used to separate the bedroom from the lounge area perfect for families sharing a villa with children. The daybed in the lounge area is a single size mattress where a child can sleep with ample space for an additional cot or rollaway bed accommodating a family of 4 with kids 12 and under.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

first_imgFebruary 26, 2002 are an integral part of the incomegenerating activities, ever since Soleri established a small CeramicStudio at Cosanti in Scottsdale. When another production studioat Arcosanti was completed, it became apparent that it would follow thesame tradition to support our various projects. [T] Artisans working inthe Ceramics Apse benefit from “Apse Effect” whichencourages the winter Sun to penetrate into the deeper area of thehalf-spherical overhung structure to take advantage of passive solarenergy. [T] Ed Werman, Ceramicsmanager, discusses the production details with his staff, KatherineJones and Liz Shiffler. [T]last_img