Give bail liberally: NHRC chief

first_imgJudges should be liberal in granting bail to prisoners who are under trial as it would be one of the ways to reduce overcrowding of jails, National Human Rights Commission chairperson Justice (retd.) H.L. Dattu said on Friday.Speaking during a discussion organised by the NHRC on prison reforms and prisoners’ welfare, Justice Dattu said there was a need for “sustained efforts” by all stakeholders to improve prison conditions in the country, according to an NHRC statement.“With reference to the overcrowding of jails resulting in denial of basic amenities to prisoners, he said that one way of reducing burden on the prison resources and other facilities is that judges must be liberal in granting bail to the under-trial prisoners as per the provisions of Section 436A of Code of Criminal Procedure and it should be a matter of right and not a charity towards them (sic),” the NHRC said.Open prisonsJustice Dattu also favoured the use of open prisons for undertrials, the NHRC said. He said that many jails were old, dilapidated and lacked facilities, including recreational ones, and this required to be looked into.With the objective of raising awareness about issues affecting prisoners, the discussion included participation from NHRC members, jail officials, legal aid organisations and outside experts.last_img read more

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Gab Banal savors chance to play for dad Joel, uncle Koy in Marinerong Pilipino

first_imgSlow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers In his first game for Marinerong Pilipino, the 6-foot-3 forward was everywhere as he racked 14 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, and four steals in the 94-92 victory over Zark’s Burger-Lyceum back in opening day.Unfortunately, it’s not all roses for Banal as he also committed 10 turnovers and expected to get an earful from his coaches.Luckily, he was spared, but he knows that he has to perform better in the Skippers’ coming games, starting on Thursday against Akari-Adamson.“I have to keep my composure and I have to stick to the system, run our offense, and not be in a hurry,” he said.Banal’s adjustment will be a huge factor as Marinerong Pilipino  seeks to compete against far more cohesive school-based teams.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Tennys Sandgren blasts media in final shot at Aussie Open Banal admitted that it felt weird when he first joined the team with his father serving as the consultant and his uncle as the head coach.“I don’t know how I’ll act. You treat them as a coach inside the court, but when we go home, we’re back to being family members,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBut the 27-year-old said that the pros outweighed the cons as he thrives playing under mentors who have watched him play the game growing up.“It’s fun because they know how I play and I know how they coach. We’re familiar with each other and it really helps,” said Banal, who is coming off a confidence-boosting run with Flying V in the 2017 Foundation Cup. “I was able to bring the confidence I gained there and I think I can really help this team reach heights this conference.” Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC PBA IMAGESHe may be in a unique situation, but Gab Banal is enjoying the chance to work with his father Joel and uncle Koy in Marinerong Pilipino in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup.“This is my first time to be on the same team as them,” said a smiling Banal.ADVERTISEMENT 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding LATEST STORIES View comments Read Next Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH “Eleven out of the 13 teams this conference are school-based, so their advantage is that they’re playing with each other everyday, and some of whom are even dormmates,” he said. “So that’s what we have to adjust to, to quickly become solid and jell as a team.” Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon Citylast_img read more

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With Stalzer back, F2 Logistics stays unbeaten

first_imgF2 Logistics was doing great without star Lindsay Stalzer. Now that she’s here, the Cargo Movers look sharper than ever.Stalzer debuted in style for F2 Logistics, which shrugged off an early hiccup to turn back United VC, 23-25, 25-23, 25-21, 25-22, on Tuesday in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Centre.ADVERTISEMENT Stalzer and Perry stepped up against a spirited fight put up by UVC, which leaned on US NCAA Division I standouts Filipino-Americans Kalei Mau and Alohi Robins-Hardy as well as imports Tai Manu-Olevao and Yaasmeen Bedart-Ghani.“UVC is really a strong team that is only starting to know each other,” said De Jesus. “Stalzer had practiced with us only twice, but she’s really a great leader inside the court.”PLDT Home Fibr ripped Foton, 25-16, 25-20, 25-17, in the second game.ADVERTISEMENT PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Urgent reply from Philippine ‍football chief Margielyn Didal gets ‘unexpected’ recognition as PSA Athlete of the Year The 30-year-old Stalzer showed why she was worth the wait for the Cargo Movers, who remained on an unbeaten course in the tournament.“If Lindsay wasn’t here, we would have probably lost, 3-0,” said F2 Logistics coach Ramil de Jesus, whose wards picked up their third win in as many starts.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesThat assessment may not be a stretch, even with the Cargo Movers holding fort in the first two games while Stalzer fulfilled club commitments in Indonesia.Stalzer fired 25 kills and five blocks to finish with 30 points in a game that was close in all four sets. Becky Perry chipped in 16 points for the Cargo Movers. Oil plant explodes in Pampanga towncenter_img Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte MOST READ Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting LATEST STORIES PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants View commentslast_img read more

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first_imgAdvertisementLaLiga North America, A 15-Year, 50/50 Joint Venture, To Be Exclusive Representative of LaLiga With Broad Ambitions, Including Bringing A LaLiga Santander Competition Match To The USNEW YORK/MADRID, 16 August 2018 – LaLiga, Spain’s top-flight soccer competition, and Relevant, a multinational media, sports, and entertainment group, today announced a first-of-a-kind 15-year, equal joint venture to promote soccer in the U.S. and Canada. As part of the agreement, LaLiga plans to bring a regular-season club match to the United States, the first to be played outside of Europe.Called LaLiga North America, the newly founded organization will work to cultivate soccer culture in the U.S. and Canada using the unequaled assets of LaLiga, the world’s best soccer league featuring internationally recognized clubs and players. Moreover, North America will be exposed to the unparalleled Spanish soccer culture, renowned for its passion, drama, history, flair, and creativity.The agreement marks an inflection point for soccer — the world’s most popular sport in numbers of participants and spectators — in the U.S. and Canada. The announcement comes on the back of a successful 2018 FIFA World Cup, which featured players from every club in the Spanish first division, and in anticipation of the 2026 FIFA World Cup that will be hosted in North America.LaLiga North America has the exclusive representation of LaLiga in the US and Canada for all business and development activities. The operation will support the league’s growth in the U.S. and Canada through consumer-related activities including youth academies, development of youth soccer coaches, marketing agreements, consumer activations, exhibition matches and plans to have an official LaLiga Santander match played in the U.S.“This extraordinary joint venture is the next giant leap in growing soccer’s popularity in North America,” said Stephen Ross, chairman, and owner of Relevant. “This unique relationship will create new opportunities for millions of North American soccer fans to experience the most passionate, exciting, and the highest level of soccer in the world.”LaLiga President Javier Tebas added: “We’re devoted to growing the passion for soccer around the world. This ground-breaking agreement is certain to give a major impulse to the popularity of the beautiful game in the U.S. and Canada. Relevant has filled stadiums across the U.S. with the International Champions Cup, we’re thrilled to partner with them on a joint mission to grow soccer in North America.”Based in New York, LaLiga North America is led by Chief Executive Officer Boris Gartner, a seasoned media executive with experience in the US Hispanic and Latin American markets, formerly head of strategy and operations at Televisa in Mexico with prior executive roles at Univision in the US. The venture will have a dedicated team focused on growing the LaLiga brand and creating new business opportunities. Gartner’s team will include Vice President of Business Development at LaLiga North America, Nicolás García Hemme, who previously worked in international development at LaLiga in Madrid.Beyond growing the sport in the U.S. and Canadian market, LaLiga North America will also increase growth and opportunity for LaLiga and its clubs in the market.“This partnership demonstrates LaLiga’s vision and foresight to be the top soccer league in the world,” said Relevant CEO Danny Sillman who negotiated the deal directly with La Liga. “Combining LaLiga’s long tradition of excellence and unparalleled international reputation with Relevant’s expertise in this market will accelerate the growth and popularity of soccer in North America and LaLiga’s global brand.”“Joining with Relevant to create LaLiga North America is a major milestone in our international expansion strategy,” said LaLiga International Development Director Oscar Mayo who led the deal on behalf of LaLiga. “This agreement ensures not only a bright future for soccer in North America, but also for LaLiga and our clubs.”LaLiga North America’s board of directors will include Stephen Ross, chairman of Relevant; Daniel Sillman, CEO of Relevant; Boris Gartner, CEO of LaLiga North America; Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga; and Oscar Mayo, LaLiga’s director of international development.Advising on the agreement were O’Melveny & Myers LLP in New York led by Irwin Raij and J&A GARRIGUES, S.L.P., in Madrid for LaLiga. Relevant was advised by Stefan dePozsgay of Paul Hastings.Advertisementlast_img read more

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SC issues notice to Tamil Nadu on PETAs plea on Jallikattu

first_imgNew Delhi, Nov 6 (PTI) The Supreme Court today sought the response from the Tamil Nadu government on a plea of animal rights body PETA, challenging a state law that allowed bull- taming sport Jallikattu there.A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud issued notice to the state government on the plea of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and asked it to respond within four weeks.The apex court, after issuing notice on the PETAs plea, tagged it with other pending petitions on the issue.Animal rights body PETA has assailed the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Tamil Nadu Amendment) Bill 2017 passed by the state assembly on grounds including that it circumvented the apex court judgement holding the bull-taming sport as “illegal” in the state.The state amendment had allowed the conduct of the bull- taming sport in Tamil Nadu this year.PETA has alleged that Jallikattu was a blood sport in which the bulls were subjected to various types of cruelty.Besides PETA, the Animal Welfare Board of India and animal rights activists have also moved the Supreme Court challenging Tamil Nadus amendments to the statute.Earlier, the apex court had dismissed the plea of the Tamil Nadu government seeking a review of the 2014 judgement banning the use of bulls for jallikattu events in the state and bullock cart races across the country.Jallikattu, also known Eruthazhuvuthal, is a bull-taming sport played in Tamil Nadu as part of the Pongal harvest festival.advertisementThe court in its 2014 judgement had said that bulls cannot be used as performing animals, either for Jallikattu events or bullock-cart races in the states of Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra or elsewhere in the country and had banned their use across the country. PTI SJK ABA MNL RKS ARClast_img read more

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World Cup Bite Tests FIFA

first_imgRIO DE JANEIRO — Luis Suarez could become just as awkward for football’s international organizers to handle as he has been for rival teams at the World Cup.The Uruguay forward’s alleged bite into the left shoulder of Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini in a crucial group-stage game has hit a raw nerve at a tournament which has been characterized by a high quality of football and entertainment.The consequences of Suarez’s bite — just before Uruguay scored the clinching goal to knock out the four-time champion Italians — will now test FIFA President Sepp Blatter’s often-stated commitment to “fair play, discipline, respect.”Blatter, who was in the crowd for the Uruguay-Italy match at Natal, has previously pledged a zero tolerance for the darker side of the game. Many are questioning where that leaves a player like Suarez, the star Liverpool striker who has a history of disciplinary problems.In the early hours of June 25, FIFA announced it had opened a disciplinary case against the player.The case will now be managed by Swiss lawyer, Claudio Sulser, Chairman of the FIFA disciplinary committee. A former international forward himself, Sulser has worked for four years at FIFA, first as head of its ethics committee and now the disciplinary panel.Sulser can choose to judge the obvious offense within the scale of typical red-card incidents: a three-match ban may then be appropriate, banishing Suarez at least until the World Cup final should Uruguay advance through the knockout rounds.There’s scope for a more severe sanction: under the guidelines a ban of up to 24 international matches could be applied.Suarez and the Uruguay football federation had until 5 p.m. local time (4 p.m. EDT/2000 GMT) to present a case for the defense.FIFA stated it would call on video evidence, which surely will have pleased Blatter, a proponent of using video evidence in cases which on-field officials missed.“Video evidence can be used for serious breaches of the principle of fair play such as brawling, spitting at opponents, verbal insults and racist slurs, or for incorrectly awarded red or yellow cards,” he wrote in February.Images of Chiellini pulling aside the sleeve of his Azzurri shirt on the field to show the referee the marks on his shoulder were broadcast around the world. FIFA also has access to footage from other angles and other parts of the field.(GRAHAM DUNBAR, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

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Weeden’s Underrated Game

first_imgNFL: Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati BengalsOf course after the national media collectively fondled Robert Griffin on national television (metaphorically of course) after his week 1 jewel of a game (19/26 320 yards 2 TD 0 INT). I expected, and got, very little of the same after Weeden put up basically the exact same numbers last week.I was fired when I first saw Weeden’s stats against the Bengals, not that he put up Weeden-esque numbers but that he recovered in such a huge way from week 1. Then I started thinking about how Weeden’s second game performance ranked among rookies in, say, the last 10ish years. Here’s what I found…Since 2000 there have been 287 games in which a rookie quarterback attempted more than 10 passes in a game (this is among quarterback who qualified for a passer rating, you have to average 14 passes a game for the season to qualify).Two weeks ago Weeden checked in with the worst passer rating out of all 287 of those games at 5.1. David Carr dropped an 8.2 his rookie year on 6/25 for 87 yards and 2 INT against San Diego. Mark Sanchez had an equally putrid 10/29 for 119 and 5 INT (!) for an 8.3 rating against the Bills his first season. Those are the only three single digit ratings out of all 287 performances.Against Cincinnati however, Weeden put up the 21st best game by a rookie QB since 2000 with a nice 26/37 for 322 yards and 2 TD line. Good for a 114.9 QB rating. Only eight rookie quarterbacks since 2000 have topped this mark. Roethlisberger topped it four times his rookie year (including a 14/17 for 221 and 2 TD and a 158 (!) rating against Jacksonville). Cammy Cam did it three times last year. Griffin did it in week one. Matty Ice did it five (!) times his frosh season, Flacco four. Josh Freeman, VY and Byron Leftwich one a piece.So if you’re scoring at home, these are the rookie QBs since 2000 who have topped the 114.5 QB rating:Matt Ryan (5)Ben Roethlisberger (4)Joe Flacco (4)Cam Newton (3)Bob Griffin (1)Josh Freeman (1)Byron Leftwich (1)Vince Young (1)Brandon Weeden (1)Other than VY that’s a pretty decent crop of professional passers. There was a really intriguing article on ESPN last week talking about how when you put up a 5.1 QB rating for a single game, despite the sample size, it’s pretty telling that you’re going to have a crappy career. In other words there haven’t been any great (or even good) QBs who have gone that low.I wrote at the time that if anyone could reverse that trend, it’s B. Weeds. Hope he keeps proving me right.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more

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OPP investigating Hagersville robbery

Police are investigating an armed robbery at a business on Main Street North in Hagersville on Saturday.A male entered the business, brandished an edged weapon before demanding cash and fleeing the area.OPP investigation has determined that the suspect entered the business at about 3:12 a.m. and confronted the female clerk. He brandished an edged weapon and demanded cash from the clerk. He then fled the area on foot with a quantity of Canadian currency.Members of the OPP Emergency Response Team and OPP Canine Unit attended the area to assist with the search and investigation.The white male suspect is described as being about 6-feet tall, with an athletic build. He was wearing a green hoodie, black pants and black shoes at the time of the incident. He had his face covered with an orange coloured ski mask.The Haldimand County OPP Crime Unit  is asking anyone who may have noticed any suspicious persons or vehicles, or who may have any information regarding this incident to contact them at 1- 888 – 310 – 1122.  Security camera footage of the suspect in the Hagerville robbery. (OPP CONTRIBUTED PHOTO) read more

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UN officials hail Russian approval of Kyoto climate change treaty

United Nations officials today welcomed the Russian Government’s endorsement of the Kyoto Protocol regulating emissions linked to climate change – a move that brings the pact one step closer to enforcement.Secretary-General Kofi Annan hailed the move since the Protocol’s entry into force would be the “essential first step in tackling the planetary challenge posed by climate change.””He takes this occasion to remind the entire international community of the need to bring a greater sense of urgency to this crucial issue of human security and well-being,” said a statement issued by a spokesman for Mr. Annan.Klaus Toepfer, the Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), was optimistic Russian action to ratify the accord – it must be approved by the Parliament – would “breathe new life” into the international climate negotiations that resume in December in Buenos Aires, Argentina.Those talks, he said, “must now ensure that developed nations meet their initial emission reduction targets while ensuring sufficient funds are made available to developing countries to allow them to reduce their vulnerability to global warming.”Russia’s ratification would also invigorate interest in cleaner fuels, more efficient energy generation and renewable energies such as wind, solar and wave power, the UNEP chief said.”Over the past year or so we have been assembling all the necessary building blocks to ensure that the Protocol becomes operational as soon as possible,” he said. “Russia’s green light will allow the climate train to leave the station so we can really begin addressing the biggest threat to the planet and its people. I hope other nations, some of whom like Russia have maybe been in the past reluctant to ratify, will now join us in this truly global endeavour.”As of last week, 125 countries have ratified or acceded to the Protocol, which is part of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. To enter into force 55 Parties to the Convention must ratify the Protocol, including developed countries whose combined 1990 emissions of carbon dioxide exceed 55 per cent of that group’s total. Russia, with 17 per cent of the emissions, would push the amount beyond the threshold, according to the Convention’s secretariat. The United States has not ratified the pact.Mr. Toepfer also noted that the series of hurricanes that has devastated the Caribbean and the parts of the eastern United States in recent months show that an international alliance against climate change and for the reduction of gases is even more necessary than when Kyoto was signed in 1997.”These kinds of natural disasters, with their appalling loss of life and significant economic costs, are likely to become even more frequent and extreme unless global warming is effectively checked,” he said.”UNEP is convinced that, while only the first step in a long journey towards stabilizing greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere, the Kyoto Protocol is the international instrument for addressing global warming,” Mr. Toepfer declared.For his part, Anwarul K. Chowdhury, the Secretary-General’s High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States, said: “There is an urgent necessity for all countries to understand and address the effects of climate change and honour the commitments made under the Kyoto Protocol.”Referring to the recent spate of hurricanes and tropical storms to strike the Caribbean, and to a conference in January on issues affecting small island developing States, Mr. Chowdhury said there must be global support for recovery efforts by such countries and tangible assistance to them in reviving their economies, as well as serious endeavours to address the issue of climate change in a practical way.In January, the UN will organize an International Meeting to Review Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States, to be held in Mauritius. That action programme was originally adopted a decade ago at a UN conference in Barbados. Mr. Chowdhury will serve as the Mauritius Meeting’s Secretary-General. read more

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Tyre management and the looming shortage of mining tyres

first_imgAhead of the March issue’s major article on tyre and haul road management comes news that Duratread has joined forces with UK company Translogik, to launch the state-of-the art OTR iTrackAsset Management System in Latin America. Translogik says Duratread will provide “rapid, high quality technical and after-sales support to end-users.” Many Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) are covered in the magazine article.The OTR iTrack TPMS monitors and transmits live, uninterrupted real time data about individual tyre pressures and temperatures as well as vital vehicle information such as speed, acceleration, braking and route travelled. Tests conducted since the Spring of 2010 on 400 t trucks have already proven the durability of the system in large mining operations.The OTR iTrack TPMS is fitted on site by trained engineers who install transmitters, antennae, and an in cab display linked to the GPS/GSM network. This technology uses GPS instead of fixed perimeter transmitters and continual live data is transmitted at the dispatch, in the cab, on the internet, in a dedicated client area and even to data enabled mobile phones.The benefit to fleet owners is that they get immediate, uninterrupted information in real time on their computer or mobile phone which means they can act quickly and efficiently to maximise tyre performance, reduce vehicle downtime and increase safety for the vehicle and driver.Laurence Turnbull, Managing Director of Duratread commented. “We had been looking for a system to monitor tyre performance that would give added value to our clients regardless of whether or not they were using Duratread tyres on their fleet.For our regular contracted clients, we ensure Duratread tyres are fully pre-enabled with sensor and RFID technology when they arrive from the factory, so it really is a ‘plug and play’ system as far as the Duratread tyre operator is concerned. But as we are increasingly becoming consultants on tyre performance optimisation, because our system is not linked to the purchase of tyres, we are able to assist fleets or their tyre service companies install the OTR iTrack and get the same benefits. We believe that our methodology makes the product more financially viable, technically more robust and is applicable for smaller and independent operators as well as larger companies”.Graham Storey, CEO of Translogik commented. “We are delighted to be working with Duratread in bringing the iTrack OTR TPMS system to Latin America. As an independent tyre specialist, Duratread are able to take their pick of the systems currently available and select best-of-breed solutions. Having Duratread align themselves to iTrack reinforces our belief that Translogik offer the most compelling OTR asset management solution on the market today.”In a market where tyre prices are rapidly increasing and demand is already exceeding supply, the OTR iTrack Asset Management system will allow companies to make tyres last longer and get a better return on their tyre investment.Gary Nash, Vice President of Yokohama’s OTR department reported in early December 2010 that the market is booming again. He says “the off-road market historically has seen five years of growth and then three to four years decline. In the past, it has been impossible for major manufacturers to increase their production because of the instability of the market. It doesn’t allow them to build new factories, for example, because the recovery for OTR products has never been great and the investment is quite heavy.“Starting in 2006 and into 2008, tyre manufacturers started investing again in new OTR manufacturing facilities. Bridgestone spent a fortune, as did Michelin and Goodyear. Yokohama spent a lot of money on a new radial factory that produces X-Large Bias tyres, and then on another one as part of a joint venture with a major corporation involved in gold mining.“During this strong period, manufacturers finally went out and increased their production. Unfortunately in 2009, the economy just stopped. The OTR market went down 38%. A lot of people were caught with heavy inventories of merchandise they couldn’t move. There weren’t a lot of tyres bought in 2009. People even went so far as to cannibalise their equipment, taking tyres off machines that were parked and putting them on machines that were operating.“Manufacturers and dealers were caught with big inventories, but they worked out from under it. They moved the tyres and placed them on machines. Warehouses started to thin out, and in 2010, the market suddenly turned around to a boom period again. The OTR business has gone up as much as 28% in 2010.“Guess what? Now the industry is once again faced with a short supply. Now we’re seeing the demand is greater than ever.”He explains that Brazil, India, Russia and China are “driving the economy today for the mining industry.” All OTR manufacturers are exporting tyres in great number to these countries.“Some markets are strong, like gold. Another market that’s been fair has been underground mining, such as coal.”“2011 is going to be quite good because we’re introducing some new products, including more radial tyres. That’s definitely going to help us because the market demand is 70% radial and 30% bias. Yokohama, on the other hand, is about 30% radial and 70% bias. We can actually take some radial market share by introducing new products. We’re going to maintain the bias business, but we’re also going to grow the radial segment.“Everyone will still have to be cautious when they forecast for 2011 because the supply’s still critical. If you can’t get the merchandise, you can’t set a heavy forecast. We’re budgeting with caution and anticipating the cost of raw materials is going to go up due to the problems in Indonesia and other countries furnishing raw rubber. The prices will escalate based on the cost of raw materials going up. I can’t see much of an improvement as far as recovery coming from the ability to sell the product higher. I see the pricing increase only taking care of raw material costs.”Besides the BRIC countries, he noted other countries are buying OTR tyres now. “The US market is very strong in the large, extra-large and all OTR tyre types right now. The market in Mexico is very strong too, Canada is starting to grow.”last_img read more

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Jury says Googles Android does not infringe Oracle patents

first_imgThe Oracle v. Google trial has come to an abrupt end with the jury finding that Google did not infringe on Oracle’s Java patents when it developed Android’s Dalvik virtual machine. Because the majority of the copyright phase of the case also went to Google, the jury won’t even have to stick around to decide on damages. Google is the big winner today, but Oracle is still pledging to “defend and uphold” Java.The final decision in the case was unanimous. The jury found that Google did not infringe on either of Oracle’s Java patents, essentially letting Google off the hook. In a patent case, the party claiming infringement has to prove that the defendant copied the technology or method described in the filing. In this instance, the jury was not convinced that Google’s Java implementation was sufficiently similar to be infringing. In fact, there was only one person on the jury that initially sided with Oracle.The last phase ended with perfunctory reports that Google had lost in some significant way, or that Android was doomed. But when the smoke cleared, everyone realized how lucky Google had gotten. The judge still needs to decide if APIs can be copyrighted, which is the only count Google lost in phase one. If the judge decides they are not, then it becomes much harder for Oracle to continue on.We have also learned that the jury responded very favorably to the fair use argument that saved Google from most of the claims in the copyright phase. The split in that round was 9 to 3 in Google’s favor. Oracle is likely to seek an appeal, but even if it gets another shot, the information coming from jurors makes it clear that Oracle’s arguments were not even close to convincing.Oracle might still end up with some kind of payout in the future, depending on how judge Aslup decides on the remaining issues. There might even need to be another jury to decide on damages later, but right now, Oracle has won essentially nothing.via Groklawlast_img read more

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Taxevasion expert resigns

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The resignation of Diomidis Spinellis from his post as secretary-general of the General Secretariat of Information Systems (GSIS) this week has fuelled recent rumours of infighting at the finance ministry over the thorny issue of combating tax evasion. Spinellis, a professor in the Department of Management Science and Technology at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB), director of AUEB’s Information Systems Technology Laboratory (ISTLab) as well as the lab’s Software Engineering and Security (Sense) group, said he was resigning for personal reasons. As one of Greece’s foremost experts in software design for business applications and data security, Spinellis was put in charge of developing computer programmes for the detection of tax evasion through the cross-referencing and correlation of disparate evidence from public databases in order to track down private disposable income or property hitherto hidden from income tax declarations. Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos said last week that the ministry would release this week lists of Greece’s major tax evaders and debtors owing the state over 150,000 euros each in confirmed tax arrears. The publication of such lists has been delayed for several months amid allegations that the government was meddling with their content on political grounds. In an October 17 tweet, Spinellis said that his resignation had nothing to do with the delays in publishing the lists. “We have worked very hard for the publication of these lists and the remainder will be released soon,” he wrote on Twitter. Source: Athens Newslast_img read more

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Geek Deals Save Big on the Code Black Drone for 24 Hours

first_imgDrones are everywhere. They’re fighting our wars. They’re delivering our Amazon products. They’re capturing our aerial footage, and cosplaying as our Star Wars vehicles. With so many drones out there, you’re going to feel left out without a drone of your own. But there are so many to choose from.The Code Black is StackSocial’s best selling drone of all time. It’s compact and capable of nimble flips and flight in various directions. It also sports an HD camera so you can record ten minutes of smooth sky footage in a crystal clear resolution. And for 24 hours, StackSocial is dropping the already heavily discounted $70 price tag to $43.99. So fly, you fools!Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the StackSocial site for more information.Our commerce group sources the best deals and products for the Geek Deals posts. We operate independently of Editorial and Advertising and may earn a percentage of the sale, if you buy something via a link on the post. If you are interested in promoting your deals, please contact us at more great deals, head over to TechBargains.last_img read more

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Closure of Golden Lead impacts on fish sales

first_imgBy YankubaJallowThe closure of Golden Lead Company has effect in many major fishing centers both in The Gambia and Senegal. Fisher folks lay idle, fish sales are down and unsold fish are dumped on the beaches because of lack of buyers.Unsold fish dotted along the Gunjur beach after dumpingThe company ceased work on Tuesday June 13, 2017 in the midst of allegations of pollution of the Gunjur Lagoon and prosecution of the company. The company was established 2 years ago in Gunjur by some Chinese investors whose primary focus is processing the fish into fish meal and oil.At Gunjur, the beach has few people and few fisher folks went to sea to fish. Most of the fisher folks were seen sitting under a tree. It was also observed that the vehicles stood for longer hours before departing because of the small number of people on the beach. According to many of the dealers, they and their employees are been affected.Apart from fisher folks and fish mongers and dealers, affected businesses include shopkeepers, restaurants, vendors, petrol stations, transport hirers, all feeling the pinch of the closure of the company.Speaking to Foroyaa in her shop, a business woman said she usually goes home with a minimum of one thousand five hundred daily but since the closure of the company, it is very hard for her to get four hundred dalasi per day. She said the effect is not limited to only those who are involved in fishing but other sectors as well.Alieu Touray a native of Gunjur and also an employee of Jah Oil Company said in the days prior to the establishment of the company, he struggles to sell 8,000 litres of petrol in 2 to 3 weeks whilst after the inception of the factory he sells that amount in not more than 4 days. He also said the company has brought in many developments and has attracted many people to venture into fishing and related activities.Modou Colley, a member of the Gambia Navy said he was a fisher folk before joining the navy and knows what difficulties they faced in getting markets for their catch. He added that in those days when there was no factory at the Gunjur beach, they would sail as far as Senegal (Kafounting) to sell their catch. He further said after the factory was established, dealers in places where they used to sell their catch in Senegal are now coming to Gunjur to sell their fish. He takes that to be a great development for Gunjur and urges the authorities to come to terms with the company to solve the matter amicably.The Company has attracted many fishermen both from the Gambia and Senegal but since closure, some have moved elsewhere whilst many lie idle. The Closure led to the Gunjur Beach being dormant where few fishermen go to fish whilst women sit on the shores of the sea. This company buys fish from fishermen from Gunjur and many other fishing centres.Many of the fisher folks have called for the amicable resolution of the problem while noting the challenges they are encountering since the closure of the company. They all hold the view that the sea is the source of the livelihood of their families. In their plea for the problems to be solved amicably, they emphasized that the fish they catch daily cannot be bought by the people in the locality which results to the dumping of many fish on the beach.“The quantity purchased is far below the catch,” they argue.At the Tanji beach, dealers in fish said business is slow due to closure of the company in Gunjur which is the main buyer of their fish. They said since the closure, the majority of the fisher folks have moved to the river heading to Basse as the fishing boats are many. Many boat owners have returned to Kafounting in Senegal because their boats are large and the number of buyers in the area could not buy their daily catch. They all hold the view that they were attracted by the factory and urge the government to come into terms with factory owners to solve the problem amicably so that the source of employment of about a thousand people may not be put to a halt.The Tanji beach was not congested with many vehicles as before. Many fishing boats were not operating and many people were seated at the Ice Plant.Haban Jallow a fish dealer at Tanji said most of the boat owners have returned to Senegal because of the closure of the company. He added that he sells fish in both Senegal and Gambia and knows what effects the closure of the company has caused in the fishing sector of Tanji. He also said the work involves many stages, starting from fishing to selling to the company which serve as sources of income to many Gambians; noting that the closure will impact negatively on the employment of youths.Pateh Jallow also a dealer in fish also made similar remarks.On last Friday and Saturday, fish were dumped on the Gunjur shores because of inadequate buyers. Many of the fishermen said they are not going to sea because of the few numbers of buyers. They all urge the government to come to terms with the factory so that the situation can be put to a halt.They said since the problem is purportedly pollution, the government needs to come up with solutions for the factory to comply so that work can start effectively.last_img read more

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Data Shows Mortgage Applications on the Rise

first_img HOUSING MBA mortgage applications survey mortgage 2018-01-24 Nicole Casperson Data Shows Mortgage Applications on the Rise The MBA recently released its Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending January 19, finding that mortgage applications increased by 4.5 percent week-over-week—the data factored an adjustment for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., holiday. Unadjusted, it decreased 4 percent compared to last week.Let’s take a look at the latest breakdown of mortgage applications . . .•The seasonally adjusted Purchase Index increased 6 percent.•The unadjusted Purchase Index increased 2 percent compared with the previous week and was 7 percent higher than the same week last year.•The refinance share of mortgage activity decreased to 49.4 percent of total applications from 52.2 percent the previous week.•The adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) share of activity remained unchanged at 5.2 percent of total applications.In terms of FHA loans, total FHA applications decreased to 11.4 percent, a week-over-week drop from 11.7 percent. The VA share of total applications increased to 10.9 percent from 10.7 percent the week prior, while the USDA share of total applications remained unchanged at 0.8 percent.A look at 30- and 15-year fixed-rate mortgages:•The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances ($453,100 or less) increased to its highest level since March 2017 to 4.36 percent from 4.33 percent.•The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with jumbo loan balances (greater than $453,100) also increased to its highest level since March 2017 to 4.31 percent from 4.25 percent.•The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages backed by the FHA increased to its highest level since September 2013—at 4.37 percent.•The average contract interest rate for 15-year fixed-rate mortgages increased to its highest level since September 2013 as well to 3.81 percent, from 3.77 percent.Methodology:The survey covers more than 75 percent of all U.S. retail residential mortgage applications. Respondents include mortgage banks, commercial banks, and thrifts. Base period and value for all indexes is March 16, 1990=100. January 24, 2018 542 Views center_img in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Sharelast_img read more

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EuroAsia Interconnector at final stage of funding

first_imgThe final stage of raising capital for the project has been reached, EuroAsia Interconnector Limited, the promoter for the mooted subsea cable that will connect the electricity grids of Israel, Cyprus, Crete and Attica in Greece to the European system, has said.In a press release, the project promoter said it is “in the final stage of concluding these actions in collaboration with strategic investors, through a capital increase and bond issue to safeguard the capital and financial closure for the construction of the entire Cyprus-Crete-Attica interconnector, with a total development and construction cost of €2.758 billion.”It noted that the EuroAsia Interconnector, as an EU Project of Common Interest (PCI), is eligible to receive grants of up to 50 per cent of the total construction cost (including the Crete-Attica link) from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) and additional facilities from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and other EU institutions.According to the promoter, the project has “drawn the interest of all major European manufacturers with proven global experience in this field, the participation of whom reinforces the multilateral efforts for successful implementation of the project.”“Specifically, the pre-selection stage has been completed and the candidates have been informed about the results. Pre-ITT [Invitation to Tender] documents submission meetings with the successful candidates are being held in early December at the EuroAsia Corporate Headquarters in Cyprus and the results of these meetings will be incorporated in the final Invitations to Tender documents including all technical, commercial and legal requirements to be issued.”On the timeframes, the commissioning dates for the first two segments of the interconnector have been set for June 2022 (segment connecting Crete and the Attica region), and December 2023 for the segment connecting Kofinou, Cyprus to Crete.In June this year, the government issued a notice for the expropriation of land for the interconnector’s direct-current converter station.The station, set to be built in Kofinou, will be the hub of the 2,000MW 1,518km long subsea cable.Asked to comment, energy analyst Charles Ellinas said the EU has shifted funding priority of PCI projects to electrical and renewables projects, at the expense of fossil fuel related projects.“Among these, Interconnectors get priority. The fact that the EU has approved a grant covering 50 per cent of the construction costs of the project improves its viability.“Hopefully, as and when the Interconnector is built, it will be used to transmit electricity for the benefit of Cyprus and even help bring electricity costs down. It could also encourage the development of renewables at larger scale.”You May LikeYahoo SearchThe Early Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes. Search Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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care giver in his area gets training in Minnesota he said but then can move to North Dakota and earn $2 an hour moreThe objective of the original bill was to be able to retain home care workers who can provide services less expensively than nursing homes thus keeping people in their homes longerAn amendment by Sen Jeff Hayden D-Minneapolis was put onto the bill to provide more money for nursing home workersThe amendment would provide raises to nursing home workers earning less than $14 an hour a reaction to Democrats’ plan to raise the minimum wage to $950 an hour Raising the wage could make it impossible for nursing homes to afford to stay open Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk D-Cook has said"It is important to recognize the effect that the minimum wage increase would have on our long-term care facilities" Eken said in supporting Hayden’s amendment "This clearly is the missing piece to this long-term care issue we are facing" Sen Julie Rosen R-Fairmont saidLegislators last year gave home care workers a slight funding increase with more money going to nursing homesRural nursing homes generally pay less than those in larger cities and rural lawmakers say those facilities face the biggest danger of closingA similar bill has passed its first House committeeTech junkies have fantasized about a wrist-phone ever since comic book detective Dick Tracy first donned a two-way radio watch (described above) in the 1940s In 1953 TIME reported that the US Army Signal Corps had developed a wearable radio with a 40-mile range but only in the past decade or so has the concept of a “smartwatch” really taken hold with popular models from companies like Samsung Motorola and LG mostly running versions of Android OS One company is notably absent from that list: Apple Apple is rumored to be unveiling its take on a smartwatch maybe called the “iWatch” or “iBand” on Tuesday in a move that would shake up an already exciting product category But modern smartwatches aren’t brand new inventions many have tried to perfect the “smartwatch” over the years Let’s take a look back on how the devices have evolved as told by TIME: 1 Seiko Message Watch 1994 Tired of people whose watches beep periodically to remind them an hour has passed This Seiko timepiece beeps for a better reason: to signal an incoming phone message With the press of a button the caller’s number appears on the watch face 2 Fossil’s Palm Pilot Watch 2002 Meanwhile Fossil wants to make sure you never leave home without your Palm Pilot The watchmaker has shrunk a 2-MB Palm to wristwatch size It costs $199 with a plastic wristband and $299 with a flashy metallic one 3 Microsoft’s Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT) 2003 The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) never looked so sure of itself even if it was the only place in America trying to put a glitzy Tomorrowland sheen on 2003 Some of the gadgets may never fly (Bill Gates’ unveiling of a “smart” watch that delivers traffic and weather reports met with a frosty audience reception) 4 BMW MP3 Watch 2004 With its elegant mingling of analog hands and digital functions BMW’s new MP3 watch (available at dealerships for $275) looks as if it came straight out of a James Bond film It’s packed with 256 megabytes of internal flash memory which means you can store more than four hours of high-fidelity music record voice memos and use it as a mini hard drive for transporting computer files as well 5 Suunto X9 “Wristop Computer” 2004 Suunto’s T9 Wristop Computer available for $700 at summithutcom crams a GPS tracker barometer altimeter compass and more into one wearable package 6 Samsung and Sony Smartwatches 2013 But although these watches are evolving rapidly they’re not all that smart yet They’re satellites for smartphones as opposed to stand-alone devices using Bluetooth connections to let you place calls get alerts and more without removing the handset from your pocket And they’re bulky with user interfaces that still need refinement Your move Apple Your move indeed Apple Let’s see what you’ve got up your sleeve or on your wrist Write to Alex Fitzpatrick at alexfitzpatrick@timecomChina’s top justice official said on Sunday that the country will establish an “international maritime judicial center” to back its increasingly controversial territorial assertions In his remarks at the annual meeting of China’s parliament Chief Justice Zhou Qiang did not specify the details of this legal program but stressed the need to “resolutely safeguard China’s national sovereignty maritime rights and other core interests” “[We] must improve the work of maritime courts and build an international maritime judicial center” he concluded according to Reuters The announcement is likely to aggravate existing regional geopolitical tensions surrounding China’s military activities in the South China Sea Several of the country’s smaller neighbors namely Vietnam the Philippines Brunei Malaysia and Taiwan have condemned what they see as 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who has endorsed Clinton, told reporters "No matter how the bill changes around the edges it is fundamentally rotten at the center"Former CBO director Doug Holtz-Eakin a Republican who is now president of the American Action Forum said the report draws basically the same conclusions as the budget office’s earlier analysis of the House measure He predicted that GOP senators are "going to get beaten on the head with the CBO report like it’s a club"The fresh figures come as Trump in a sharp pivot from the praise he initially lavished on the House bill has been urging the Senate to provide Americans with more generous health insuranceOn Monday the White House again sought to cast doubt on the budget office’s credibility "The CBO has consistently proven it cannot accurately predict how health-care legislation will impact insurance coverage" it said in a statementAccording to the latest report the Senate bill would mean that an estimated 15 million fewer Americans would have coverage next year compared with the number if the ACA commonly called Obamacare remained in place At the end of the decade the 22 million increase in the ranks of the uninsured would include 15 million low-income Americans who would otherwise be on Medicaid and 7 million with private insuranceThat figure about 1 million less than the House bill would be equivalent to all the residents in 16 states – Kansas New Mexico Nebraska West Virginia Idaho Hawaii New Hampshire Maine Rhode Island Montana Delaware South Dakota North Dakota Alaska Vermont and Wyoming – losing health coverageThe Senate plan would reduce federal spending to help people afford premiums for individual health insurance policies significantly more than under the House version The Senate’s version would cut spending on tax credits by $408 billion by 2026 – compared with a $276 billion reduction in the House plan The difference in part is because the Senate’s version would not permit people with incomes between 350 percent and 400 percent of the federal poverty level to qualify for tax credits and would restrict federal help to health plans sold through the ACA’s marketplaces The Senate would tie the tax credits to skimpier health plans than the current subsidiesAnd while the Senate bill would phase out the ACA’s Medicaid expansion more slowly than the House legislation cuts to the public insurance program for the poor still would account for by far the largest share of the reduction in federal spending under the Senate bill – $772 billion over the coming decadeIn a briefing for reporters CBO staff members said that they had not analyzed the bill’s effects on Medicaid cuts beyond the coming decade but that the reductions inevitably would be greater for a second decadeIt would also repeal or delay all of the taxes imposed under the 2010 law including a tax on richer Americans’ net investment income an annual fee for insurers an increase in the hospital insurance payroll tax for the wealthy and the "Cadillac" tax on employers’ more generous insurance benefitsThis article was written byKelsey Snell ofthe Washington Post?S. piled up their monthly stipends and they resorted to violence. Contact us at editors@time. which may have lasted for two or more days. the Akute Unit Commander of the Traffic Compliance and Enforment Corps, Sonpurwa village of Garhwa district died of hunger after her family was unable to procure food after the Aadhaar-enabled point of sales (PoS) machine couldn’t authenticate the biometrics of her daughter-in-law, The Commissioner of Police in the state, It found that about 50% of bases reported effects from events like storm surge flooding.

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