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  • Guyana Goldfields dissidents threaten court action ahead of board vote

    Companies in this story: (TSX:GUY).The Canadian Press TORONTO — A group of dissident investors says they’re prepared to begin a court proceeding to recoup damages if Guyana Goldfields Inc. doesn’t initiate legal action against chief executive Scott Caldwell by Wednesday.The dissident group’s letter says it has previously asked the board to “fully investigate” allegations of misconduct that were communicated to the current directors last year and as recently as March 22.The group is led by Guyana Goldfields founder Patrick Sheridan, who was ousted as the Toronto-based company’s executive chairman last year. A proxy circular filed Monday by the company says a special committee of its board did a thorough, five-month investigation of Sheridan’s allegations and concluded they were either false or without merit.Caldwell has been Guyana Goldfields’ president and chief executive since May 2013, mostly while Sheridan was executive chairman.The company’s current directors are urging shareholders to reject efforts to replace them with a board filled with Sheridan’s nominees.A public letter issued Monday by Guyana Goldfields ahead of a shareholder meeting on May 22 acknowledges that the company’s share price has taken a toll as a result of a new strategy advanced by the current board of directors.But the letter, signed by non-executive chair Rene Marion, says that the toll on Guyana Goldfields would have been much worse if the board hadn’t taken steps to improve efficiency. read more

  • UNbacked initiative aiming to eliminate tuberculosis launched

    The “Global Plan to Stop TB 2011-2015: Transforming the Fight Towards Elimination of Tuberculosis” identifies all the research gaps that need to be filled to make rapid TB tests available, bring faster treatment regimens and a fully effective vaccine to market, according to the UN World Health Organization (WHO).Although TB is curable, the treatment requires taking a combination of drugs for at least six months. Laboratories in most countries are still using a century-old diagnostic method that involves searching for TB bacteria derived from a person’s sputum under a microscope. There is still no vaccine able to prevent pulmonary TB, the most common form of the disease.Some 9 million people become ill with TB every year, claiming nearly 2 million lives annually. The new scheme unveiled today by the WHO-hosted Stop TB Partnership shows public health programmes how to promote universal access to TB care, including how to modernize diagnostic laboratories and adopt revolutionary tests that have recently become available.It seeks to provide diagnosis and treatment approaches recommended by WHO for 32 million people over the next five years.“There is an urgent need to scale up action against TB – 10 million people, including 4 million women and children, will lose their lives unnecessarily between now and 2015 if we fail,” said Margaret Chan, the agency’s Director-General. “TB control works, with global incidence of the disease declining since 2004, although much too slowly,” she added.The Global Plan provides a clear roadmap for addressing drug-resistant TB, calling for 7 million people to be tested for multi-drug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) and one million confirmed cases treated according to international standards over the next five years.Every year, half a million people die from HIV/AIDS-related TB. If the plan’s targets are met, by the end of 2015, all TB patients will be tested for HIV and, if the test is positive, they will receive anti-retroviral drugs and other appropriate HIV/AIDS care. All patients being treated for HIV will be screened for TB and receive the preventive therapy or treatment necessary.The new initiative calls for $37 billion for TB care between 2011 and 2015. A funding gap of about $ 14 billion – nearly $3 billion per year – will still remain and needs to be filled by international donors.It includes a separate calculation of the funding required to meet targets for research and development – a total of $10 billion, or $2 billion per year. High-income countries and those with growing economies will need to increase their investment in research and development to fill an estimated gap of about $7 billion, or $1.4 billion per year.In addition to helping public health programmes adopt already existing modern diagnostic tests, the scheme sets a research agenda aimed at creating two new “while-you-wait” rapid tests that trained staff at even the most basic health outposts can use to diagnose TB accurately. 13 October 2010A new initiative designed to combat tuberculosis, which claims the lives of nearly two million people across the world every year, could accelerate progress towards eliminating the disease if governments and donors commit enough funds to the plan, the United Nations health agency said today. read more

  • UN humanitarian envoy for southern Africa visits droughtstricken Zimbabwe

    With the southern African region facing another year of immense humanitarian need, a senior United Nations official today met the President of drought-stricken Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, to discuss ways to avert the looming food shortage there.James T. Morris, head of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and the Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Humanitarian Needs in Southern Africa, met President Mugabe in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital. Mr. Morris is on the last leg of an 11-day, four-nation tour to refocus attention on how the severe problems of the region have been intensified by drought and HIV/AIDS.

  • UN envoy in Afghanistan condemns murder of governor in southeastern province

    The senior United Nations envoy to Afghanistan today condemned the assassination of the governor of Pakia province in the country’s troubled southeast.Abdul Hakim Tanaiwal was apparently killed in a suicide bombing along with members of his entourage and several other people. “The murder of Mr. Tanaiwal is entirely beyond my understanding,” said Tom Koenigs. “I condemn it.”He noted that professor Tanaiwal had returned to Afghanistan from Australia following the collapse of the Taliban to help rebuild his homeland. “His death is a great loss to the people of Paktia, to the people of the Tani tribe – of which he was a leader, and to the country as a whole,” the UN envoy said. “He and I worked together, there was trust and respect between us, and we had much in common.” read more

  • Natural gas prices drop as supplies build moderate weather weakens demand

    by News Staff Posted May 17, 2012 4:42 pm MDT Natural gas prices drop as supplies build, moderate weather weakens demand Natural gas is no longer at decade lows, but the price remains sensitive to reports of any significant increase in supply.The price dropped Thursday as the U.S. government said supplies continue to build, at a time when mild weather is dimming demand in parts of the country.Natural gas fell 2.4 cents to end the day at $2.594 per 1,000 cubic feet in New York. That’s still nearly 70 cents, or 37 per cent, above the 10-year low of $1.907 hit on April 19.The U.S. Energy Department reported Thursday that natural gas stockpiles rose 61 billion cubic feet to 2.667 trillion cubic feet for the week that ended May 11. That’s nearly 41 per cent above year-earlier levels and the five-year average. Analysts expected a smaller increase of 52 billion to 56 billion cubic feet.Natural gas plummeted earlier this year as a production boom helped fill storage facilities while a mild winter allowed consumers and businesses to use less gas for heat. It has bounced back as some energy companies reduced production. Some utilities also switched to using more cheap natural gas to generate power instead of coal. Others used it as a substitute for nuclear power that was offline for maintenance, PFGBest analyst Phil Flynn said.Now, the mild winter has given way to a mild spring in many areas. That means homes and businesses aren’t powering up their air conditioning systems just yet. And Flynn said many of the idle nuclear plants are being returned to operation, which could reduce the utilities’ need for natural gas.Electricity demand from January through May 12 fell about 3.3 per cent from the same period a year ago, according to Edison Electric Institute, the country’s main electric utility trade group.In other trading, oil prices fell as worries persisted about the future of Greece in the European Union and the long-term impact the crisis could have on the global economy. Some wonder if Greece will be forced to leave the group of countries that use the euro as currency if Greek politicians who oppose austerity measures win next month’s elections.That uncertainty trumped positive U.S. economic news. The U.S. Labour Department said that weekly applications for unemployment benefits were unchanged last week at a seasonally adjusted 370,000. That indicated modest gains in the job market.Benchmark oil fell 25 cents to finish at $92.56 per barrel in New York. Brent crude, which is used to price many international oil products, fell $2.26 to $107.49 per barrel in London.Heating oil dropped 4.86 cents to end at $2.849 per gallon and gasoline futures declined 4.27 cents to $2.8782 per gallon. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

  • Brock expands international opportunities with launch of MBA double degree program

    Brock University’s Goodman School of Business is expanding its offerings for graduate studies with the launch of a new partnership with France’s Kedge Business School.The new double degree program will allow students to earn two degrees over about the same amount of time and tuition as Goodman’s traditional Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.Students will spend a year at both schools and will earn an MBA from Brock and a Master in Management (MIM) from Kedge while gaining work experience by completing an international co-op placement.“Goodman is extremely excited to launch its first double degree program at the graduate level,” said Dean Andrew Gaudes. “It offers our students an incredible opportunity to gain a global perspective during their studies and we are proud to offer it.”Students can choose to study at Kedge’s Bordeaux or Marseille campus, and all classes will be in English.Anne-Catherine Guitard, Kedge’s Director of International Relations and Operations, said the school is excited for this new collaboration.“Kedge is delighted to launch this new double degree with Brock’s top-ranked Goodman School of Business,” she said. “It will not only give students a multicultural perspective in their management studies, but also expose them to real-life work experience in a foreign environment — both of which are vital in today’s competitive employment market.”For Carrie Kelly, Director of Goodman’s Graduate Programs, the new program offers students an opportunity to stand out.“Gaining this international experience will really help students differentiate themselves,” she said. “Not only will they earn two master’s level degrees, students will broaden their international business acumen.”Both Goodman and Kedge have received accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Goodman also offers double degree programs at the undergraduate level with universities in Ireland, France and Germany.For more information, visit: brocku.ca/goodman/programs/mba read more

  • Ronan OGara axed from Ireland squad to play against France

    first_imgIan Madigan of Leinster is the other fly-half named by Declan Kidney. Ulster lock Dan Tuohy comes back in, while Tommy O’Donnell, Robbie Diack, Dave Kearney and Eoin O’Malley have all been named.Ireland squad v France: Best, Cronin, Diack, Earls, Fitzgerald, Fitzpatrick, Gilroy, Healy, Heaslip, Henderson, Jackson, Kilcoyne, Dave Kearney, Rob Kearney, Madigan, Marshall, McCarthy, McFadden, Murray, O’Brien, O’Callaghan, O’Donnell, O’Driscoll, O’Mahony, O’Malley, Reddan, Ross, Ryan, Sexton, Trimble, Toner, Tuohy.13-man Donegal undone by Tyrone in Omagh > RONAN O’GARA HAS been axed from the Ireland squad to face France in next weekend’s RBS 6 Nations clash at the Aviva Stadium, seemingly bringing an end to the international career of arguably Ireland’s greatest ever number 10.The Munster veteran, Ireland’s most capped player after 128 appearances, was roundly criticised for a poor performance in last week’s defeat to Scotland, particularly for the mistake that led to Greig Laidlaw’s late penalty.Jonathan Sexton comes back into the panel.The 27-year-old is still considered ‘doubtful’ but has not been ruled out entirely, while Ulster fly-half Paddy Jackson keeps his place in the squad despite a poor kicking performance against the Scots.last_img read more

  • Hulu Plus launches today reduces price to 799

    first_imgHulu has announced that its premium Hulu Plus streaming service has exited beta and launched today for everyone to sign-up and use. As a nice surprise it also launches with a price cut in place.Early adopters were expecting and have signed up to pay $9.99 per month. But Hulu has announced a 20% price cut to just $7.99. Those already signed up will get a credit on their next bill and all new customers will pay the lower price. New customers also get a one-week free trial.AdChoices广告Hulu Plus will offer content streamed in up to 720p from ABC, FOX, NBC to name but a few of the content providers on board. Popular shows available through the service include Glee, Family Guy, Grey’s Anatomy, Modern Family, 30 Rock, House, The Office, The X-Files, Arrested Development, Desperate Housewives, Battlestar Galactica, Monk, Psych, Saturday Night Live, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Ugly Betty, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. More content additions are promised on a regular basis.As well as being able to watch Hulu Plus on your PC, it will be accessible through the following devices:Connected TV and Blu-Ray players: Samsung, Sony BRAVIA HDTVs and connected Blu-ray Disc Players, and coming soon: LG Electronics, Panasonic, VIZIOConnected Set-top Boxes: Roku, Sony Network Media Player, and coming soon: TiVo Premiere DVRs, Western Digital’s WD TV Live Hub Media Center and WD TV Live Plus Network Media PlayerGaming Consoles: PlayStation 3, and coming soon: Xbox 360Mobile Devices: Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod touchOther network appliances: Sony DashYou can sign up for your free trial at the Hulu Plus web page.Read more at TechCrunchlast_img read more

  • WB Brings DC to SDCC with Wonder Woman Aquaman and Shazam

    first_imgStay on target With Marvel taking the year off, Warner Bros.’ Hall H panel at Comic Con is the biggest event of the weekend for superhero movie fans. Especially because DC has some real heavy hitters coming. The DC portion of the panel began with the film we know the least about: Wonder Woman 1984. All we knew going in is that it’s still in the midst of production, that it takes place nearly 70 years after the first movie, and that somehow Chris Pine is in it. Well, now we know a little more. Warner Bros. screened some footage from the movie during their panel, and it probably won’t be released online. IGN describes the footage as containing plenty of action and 1980s style, so pretty much everything we’d hope for.The footage reportedly starts with Wonder Woman in full costume in a mall, because that’s what you do in the ’80s. She fights off two men with guns, saving a little girl in the process. Then, she ties them up with her lasso, and swings away from a balcony. The next scene WB showed had Wonder Woman running at super speed while onlooker standing next to old cars watch her go by. What’s she running from or toward? Who are the men with guns? They’re not saying. The movie is still being made, we’ll be waiting a while to find out.Deadline reports that the cast and crew was in attendance at the panel offering some general information about the movie. Chris Pine let everyone down easy, saying he wasn’t allowed to reveal exactly how Steve Trevor makes his return. However it happens, it’s something director Patty Jenkins sounds very happy about. “It’s something I’m super excited for everybody to see, [Chris] is a very important part of our movie,” she said.Jenkins also revealed why she wanted the movie to take place in the ’80s. “I grew up in the 80s, and this has its own look and feel. The reason I am excited is it showed mankind at its best and worst. It was grand and wonderful, there was great music, and there were elegant and beautiful things,” she said. “But other things about the decade revealed the worst of us. To have Wonder Woman in that period of time that was us at our most extreme, is wonderful.”For her part, Gal Gadot described the movie as something more than a sequel. It’s not a sequel; it’s its own story – a different chapter,” she said. With DC shying away from having a strictly connected universe, it could do the movie a lot of favors. If this is another standalone Wonder Woman story it doesn’t have to spend a ton of time linking to whatever happens next with the Justice League or even calling back to the first movie. Aside from Steve’s reappearance, of course. After Jenkins’ comments, I’m even more curious about how that happens.Zachary Levi in Shazam! (Photo: Screenshot via YouTube/Warner Bros.)Now let’s talk about some footage that did make it outside of the panel. After Wonder Woman 1984, it was time for another movie we knew relatively little about: Shazam!. We got our first look at the bright comics-accurate costume earlier this week, and now Warner Bros. has released a full trailer. There are clear hooks to the rest of the DCEU in it, but from moment one, it’s so different from anything we’ve seen from the franchise so far.It just looks so much fun. It’s got humor, action and already some real genuine heart. It even has a semi-dig at the DCEU with Freddy Freeman getting all dark and serious for a second. Not every DCEU movie needs to be a comedy, but it’ll sure help to have one among its ranks. It’s refreshing to see a DC superhero that recognizes how freaking cool it is to be one. And also one that acknowledges that his name sounds just a little silly in 2018. The relationship between the kids is strong in this trailer, and it’s looking like that’s going to be the heart of the entire movie. Yeah, this is what the DCEU needed.Zachary Levi even commented on what it’s like to play a hero who’s as psyched to be one as he is, IGN reports. “There are very few characters that are just super stoked to have powers and that responsibility…but Billy Batson, Peter Parker are the characters that come to mind,” he said. Man, Levi. Why are you making us wish for a Marvel-DC crossover that will never happen? Levi also reportedly indulged a bit in the old comic book pastime of who can beat who. When asked if Shazam can stand up to Superman, Levi revealed he did his homework. Canonically, he said, Shazam could hold his own against Superman pretty well. Also, according to our friend MovieBob, Levi kept referring to his character as “Captain Marvel-Shazam.” Interesting… He also mentions that a little girl asked during the Q&A (most of the questions went to kids, apparently) whether we’ll see Isis in the movie. The answer: “We’ll see.” Hmm….There’s so much to like about this trailer. The action, the tone, the humor… I even love the callouts to the rest of the DCEU. It’s a nice reminder that all those movies still happened. That this universe has room for many different kinds of superheroes. Though if this does well, we’ll probably seeing more DC movies like Shazam! and fewer like Batman v. Superman. I’d be alright with that.Aquaman (Via Warner Bros.)Warner Bros. closed out its panel with a look at Aquaman. As expected, we got our first trailer from the movie, introduced by the cast including a *very* excited Jason Momoa. And looking at the trailer, he has a reason to be excited. From a purely visual standpoint, the movie looks gorgeous. We’d heard about how much work it took to make the underwater scenes, and you can see all that work on the screen. Atlantis is jaw-dropping.That’s just a real good superhero movie trailer. We’re briefly told his origin, we see the moment his powers manifest and then a few scenes of him as an adult. Warner Bros. keeps story details to a minimum in this trailer, focusing instead on the action. And James Wan certainly knows his way around an action scene. The wisecracks are funny, the costumes are intricate, and the fight scenes look so much fun. Even if Aquaman turns out to be a standard superhero movie, it’s shaping up to be a very good one of those.But from the sounds of things, it isn’t. During the panel, James Wan described it as “more of a science fiction movie than a superhero film,” according to Syfy Wire. For his part, Momoa promised that we’ll see the bits of Aquaman’s story that had to be left out of Justice League. Aquaman’s ascent to the throne, him being a reluctant king, that’ll all be in Aquaman. This is shaping up to be something truly unique, not just in DC movies but for superhero movies in general. According to MovieBob, who was in attendance, the panel ended with a second Aquaman trailer. This one won’t be released to the public because it contains minor spoilers. He won’t share what’s in it, and so far, neither will anyone else. It sounds like something special, though. All the Trailers You Might Have Missed from SDCCVoltron Confirmed Gay AF Uhhhh…. okay. WB ends show with second #AQUAMAN trailer that will NOT be released to public because full of psuedo-spoilers. Won’t describe it, except to say that the film is MASSIVELY bigger than you think it is (if this is representative?) and could be the best DCEU movie.— Bob Chipman @ SDCC (@the_moviebob) July 21, 2018Holy crap, what could that mean? Well now I have to see this movie. Thankfully, we don’t have long to wait. Aquaman hits theaters December 21, 2018.One last interesting bit of news to come out of the panel, is that Warner Bros. has an official name for the DC universe of movies. DCEU was never an official title; it was ascribed to these movies by enthusiast media and fans. Bleeding Cool reports that Warner Bros. is now referring to these titles as Worlds of DC. It’s a fitting name, as it leaves them open to do films that have direct connections to each other as well as more standalone superhero stories. It allows there to be two different actors playing The Joker, for example. It’s probably going to make the movies better in the long run too. Now, they can focus on making good movies, rather than trying to tie it to a larger overarching universe. And if they ever want to unify it all again, maybe after all the characters are better established, well… that’s what a Crisis on Infinite Earths is for.With that, we come to the end of a darn impressive offering from Warner Bros. The future is looking better than ever for the DCE… um, I mean Worlds of DC. Yeah, it’ll take some getting used to. 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  • Bernardeschis Juventus goal was pure tactic

    first_imgCoach Massimiliano Allegri spoke how he changed the team’s tactics in order to be able to get a win against ChievoJuventus 2018-2019 Serie A season debut might have been a lucky one.The team was losing 2-1 up to the 75th minute, and coach Massimiliano Allegri knew he had to do something.“Playing with three midfielders? At the moment it’s okay, the team for 50 minutes held well, then you had to make more goals,” he told Calcio Mercato.Mario Mandzukic, JuventusJuventus confirm Mario Mandzukic could leave this month Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Sporting director Fabio Paratici confirmed reports that Mario Mandzukic could leave Juventus for a move to an unnamed Qatari team.This change in tactics allowed the Old Lady to emerge as victors 3-2 at the end.“But they are moments, every moment of the season is different from the other. This is how it will be, then it will change, as happened in the other seasons,” he added.“Bernardeschi was before playing on the outside and then changed to fill a Mezzala role,” he tried to explain how Federico’s goal came to be.last_img read more

  • SEH America employees shaken by Japan quake

    first_imgThe walls started swaying just before the visitors from SEH America were to make their presentation.It was Friday, March 11, and the earthquake that triggered a continuing string of disasters in Japan was under way in SEH’s sister plant in Nagano.“The building was swaying from side to side,” said Meadow Nelson, one of five SEH America employees who was in the second-floor conference room of a three-story building. But even as people headed to the windows for a view, nobody panicked. Sanae Kunishima, a Japanese-American member of the delegation, offered reassurance based on her knowledge of Japanese earthquake preparedness: as long as the walls are swaying, and not the roof, everything should be OK. The rattling continued for several minutes, though it seemed like hours.SEH America officials suggest that contributions to assist Japan in recovery efforts be made through the Japan-America Society of Oregon.“We didn’t know how bad it was,” said Jessica Walker, another SEH America employee, who was on her first trip outside the United States.The three women recounted the story of their eventful visit to Japan after returning to the U.S., and to their jobs at SEH America’s silicon wafer plant in east Vancouver. The women and co-workers Erich Mounce and Priscila Agpalza were hundreds of miles from the earthquake’s epicenter, and suffered only minor inconveniences from the devastating disaster. Still, they had to deal with fears of their families, aftershocks that woke them from their sleep, and worries about possible exposure to radiation from the earthquake-damaged nuclear power plant. They are haunted by images of suffering displayed on television and the Internet, and they recall the many acts of kindness they received from Japanese people even in the midst of a national trauma.last_img read more

  • Jofra Archer moves base 5 West Indians who made a successful career

    first_imgJofra Archer has been picked to play for England in the upcoming home ODI series against PakistanPaul Kane/Getty Images)With Jofra Archer getting selected in the English team, the tradition of West Indies supplying cricketers for English national team continues. It is important here to make a distinction between cricketers who belong to Afro-Caribbean families based in the UK and those who grew up in the West Indies and chose England to be the country they represent.Archer is going to be the latest in this category. Over the years, there have been a few cricketers from the Caribbean who saw the greener pastures of England and decided to ply their trade in the ‘mother country.’ Here is a list of some of the most prominent names.Devon MalcolmBorn in Jamaica, the country with a great tradition of fast bowling, Malcolm took his fast bowling skills to England and produced some memorable performances. His best effort came against South Africa in 1994 when, in a spell of brilliant fast bowling, Malcolm produced figures of 9/57. This is considered one of the best bowling performances for England. In 40 Tests for England, he picked up 128 wickets at an average of 37.09.Gladstone SmallIt’s not surprising that nearly all the players in this list are fast bowlers. Gladstone Small wasn’t the quickest bowler around but he had talent. This led the Barbados-born pacer to play 17 Tests in the 1986-91 period and pick 55 wickets. Part of an underachieving generation of England cricketers, he had a fruitful first-class career where he played more than 300 matches and picked 852 wickets. Chris Jordan is another player born in West Indies but representing EnglandReutersChris LewisChris Lewis was one of the victims of England’s perennial search for a second Ian Botham. Born in Guyana and moving to England at the age of 10, he earned plaudits for his efforts early on in his career as an all-rounder. However, later on, Lewis was in the news more for his off-field antics than on-field performances. His temperament too, may have played a part in the falling apart of his career. Overall, the all-rounder played 32 Tests, scoring 1,105 runs and picking up 93 wickets.Phil DeFreitasPhilip DeFreitas was another pace bowler who was born in Dominica but tried to make a successful career for England. To some extent, he succeeded. He was far more consistent than either Malcolm or Lewis and played for England over a period of around nine years. Not a very quick bowler like Malcolm, a long county career made him a good bowler in English conditions. His career ended with 44 Tests in which he took 140 wickets at an average of 33.57.Chris JordanBorn and raised in Barbados, Jordan wasn’t the only student in his Bridgetown school destined to gain fame. One of the other pupils there was popular singer Rihanna. Jordan chose to play for England despite having the option of representing West Indies also. He made his international debut against Australia in an ODI in 2013 and impressed with his pace and bounce. Over time, he became a useful short-form bowler and even had some success in Tests. However, with other contenders pushing for a spot, he had to make way for them.last_img read more

  • BNP plans huge gathering on Khaleda judgement day

    first_imgKhaleda Zia.In an apparent bid to exert pressure on the government, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) wants to keep its presence on the streets on 8 February the day when a Dhaka court is set to announce verdict in a graft case against party chief Khaleda Zia.Accordingly, its leaders say, the principal opposition party is organising its workers to hold street demonstration on the day of judgement.However, the attack on the police van allegedly from the BNP’s procession on Tuesday embarrassed the party although its leaders claimed that it was a trap created by the law enforcement to stigmatise the BNP.The verdict in Zia Orphanage Trust case against Khaleda Zia and five others is set to be delivered on 8 February. The ruling party camp has already warned of dire consequence if there is any protest against possible conviction of Khaleda and others.The govenrment has already arrested a few leaders and quite a number of activists while some others are hiding so that they cannot be detained.Terming the prison van attackers as intruders, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said the party is trying to hold peaceful protest rallies and other programmes but, he alleged, the government is instigating violence.The BNP has convened the party’s central executive committee meeting, inviting 700 leaders there, on 3 February (Saturday).Twelve members of the BNP standing committee, 80 members of the party chairperson’s advisory council, 502 members of the executive committee, and 22 presidents and general secretaries of 12 front organisations of the BNP have been invited to the meeting.BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia will give concluding speech at the meeting and she is exepcted to come up with directives for the party leaders and workers.She may touch on the polls-time government for fair elections and required demonstration to achieve that as well as overall political situation of the country.Asked what kind of speech she would deliver, BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said Khaleda Zia would give “important messages”.The party has already enhanced its liaison with the diplomats stationed in Dhaka and Khaleda may hold a meeting with them on 4 or 5 February.Ahead of the 8 February judgement in Khaleda case, the BNP will also hold a meeting of the standing committee where decisions on the party’s future course will be taken, party sources said.If Khaleda Zia is convicted and sent to jail, the party will be run by joint leadership, according to an outline already prepared by the party.Since the second most senior leader Tarique Rahman is abroad, the senior standing committee member Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain will lead a nine-member team including Mirza Fakhrul to run the party’s various activities. Others are Moudud Ahmed, Jamiruddin Sircar, Tariqul Islam, Mirza Abbas, Abdul Moyeen Khan, Nazrul Islam Khan and Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury.As the Awami League government wants to use graft charges against Khaleda Zia as trap to push the party activists towards violence, the BNP has asked its leaders and workers to show restraint.The party has planned to hold peaceful demonstration to free Khaleda Zia and attain an atmosphere for free and fair elections.”Khaleda Zia has asked the leaders and workers of the party to show courage, not to engage in violence, while holding demonstration,” a senior leader told Prothom Alo.BNP leaders believe the AL government is desperate to keep Khaleda Zia out of the election process by convicting her and exahust the BNP leaders and workers by detaining them in case they are engaged in violent activities while protesting against Khaleda verdict.”The government is provoking the BNP not to take part in the polls as it wants to hold a one-sided election,” said Mirza Fakhrul.BNP leaders said they could not recognise those who attacked the prison van on Tuesday by watching the footage. The police beat BNP leaders and activists every time Khaleda Zia went to the court except this Tuesday, the BNP leaders pointed out.Political science professor at Jahangirnagar University Dilara Chowdhury said cases, arrests and the incident on Tuesday — all had connections with the elections.”It seems that the BNP wants to join the elections and the government too wants to bring it to the process but on its own terms. It’s difficult to say how far the BNP will accept the dictation of the Awami League,” she said.*This story, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Khawaza Main Uddinlast_img read more

  • Trump Faces Most Consequential Day Of His Presidency So Far

    first_img Share Andrew Harnik/APPresident Donald Trump meets with truckers and industry CEOs regarding health care on Thursday at the White House.Throughout the campaign, President Trump billed himself as a master negotiator who would make the “best deals” for the American people.That reputation and the reach of the president’s bully pulpit face a tough test Friday after he gave House Republicans an ultimatum to vote to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act — or leave Obamacare in place.A vote is now expected sometime Friday afternoon, though the GOP plan known as the American Health Care Act still remains in limbo as members on both the right and center of the Republican caucus find parts of it difficult to stomach.After a caucus meeting late Thursday, however, there were signs the stalemate was beginning to thaw. Some members suggested that the White House’s ultimatum might have pushed some legislators to realize that this is perhaps their make-or-break moment to fulfill a campaign promise they’ve been long running on.“In politics there is always another day, but there are certain critical moments where things come to a head, and I think tomorrow is one of those moments, one of those test moments for this conference,” Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., said after House Republicans met Thursday night. “I hope we’re up to it.”“It’s one thing to be in the fight and try to score a touchdown, but sometimes on the fourth down, you kick the field goal,” said Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas. “It’s a good bill and we should vote for it.”The looming showdown follows a tumultuous day that saw a long-promised vote on the Republican alternative bill — originally slated for the seventh anniversary of Obamacare’s signing — hurriedly postponed after it became clear there weren’t enough votes to pass it.GOP leaders and the Trump White House have been wooing the ideological opposite ends of the House Republican caucus to try to salvage a deal. But the attempts to meet the demands of the conservative House Freedom Caucus — who are under pressure from conservative interest groups not to bend — and the most moderate members of the Tuesday Group — who could face electoral backlash in 2018 in their swing districts — were often at odds.Freedom Caucus members were signaling late Thursday night that some of their demands were being met. An amendment released after the GOP meeting would repeal essential health benefits and let states set their own standards for that part of health insurance coverage for individuals purchasing coverage with a tax credit. It would also provide additional money for a fund for mental health and substance abuse disorders and maternity care.But some of those concessions — namely the repeal of essential health benefits in Obamacare — could also be non-starters with more centrist Republicans.“I do not think that it lowers premiums and I do not think that it covers enough people,” Rep. Leonard Lance, R-N.J., told NPR’s Kelly McEvers on All Things Considered Thursday before the conference meeting. Lance represents one of 23 GOP-held districts that Trump did not carry last November and is expected to be a top Democratic target in 2018.Trump has lobbied members on the bill, but has seemed reluctant to put his full political weight behind the issue and has seemed at times daunted by the task before him. “Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated,” the president bemoaned last month, an incredulous statement to anyone who knows how intricate and nuanced health care policy really is.He’s hit the campaign trail with full-fledged campaign rallies to try to generate support for the bill, but at his appearance this week in Louisville, Ky., Trump barely even touched on the subject.And, perhaps most telling, for a man who loves putting his name on everything from skyscrapers to steaks, he’s eschewed the moniker “Trumpcare” for the GOP’s effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.House Speaker Paul Ryan also has a lot of political capital riding on the outcome of Friday’s vote. He’s tried to work with a president he withdrew support from during the campaign, but if the vote fails it could destroy the already fragile relationship between Trump and Ryan and ignite a blame game between the White House and GOP congressional leaders. There were already signs that was beginning to happen Thursday night, with the New York Times reporting that Trump has told his aides he regrets going along with Ryan’s push to overhaul health care before tackling tax cuts and other legislative issues.The frustration and exhaustion of the political brinkmanship pushed almost entirely by the White House was evident on Ryan’s face as he emerged from the Republican conference meeting Thursday evening. He didn’t take any questions from reporters and simply spouted off a terse statement: “For seven and a half years we have been promising the American people that we will repeal and replace this broken law because it’s collapsing and it’s failing families. And tomorrow we’re proceeding.”Ultimately, the House vote could be an exercise in legislative futility. If the bill does pass, it will be changed in the Senate, where it also faces an uphill battle. And this is just part one of the three-part plan by Republicans to overhaul and replace Obamacare.But if the first bill dies in the House, the broader message could be devastating for both Trump and House Republicans. The failure would signal that they haven’t yet found a way to govern in Washington despite finally holding both the White House and control of Congress. The setback would spell doom for many of Trump’s other priorities, including tax reform, and exacerbate what’s already been a bad week for the White House, which began with FBI Director James Comey confirming to Congress that they are investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.In many ways, Republicans have backed themselves into a no-win situation. If they rush to pass an unpopular bill riddled with problems, they’re giving Democrats plenty of ammunition to use in the midterm elections, and GOP members on defense at town halls over health care could be further put on their heels. But if the bill fails, the discord and disarray in the GOP overshadowed by Trump’s unlikely win last November will only be magnified, and this could only be the beginning of headaches for Republicans at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue.NPR’s Barbara Sprunt contributed to this report.Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more

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Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more 12PreviousNext News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more 2-View: A 3-D, axial, sagittal and coronal view of the treated areahighlighted in pink, as well as radiation dose shown in multicoloredisodose lines. Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications 2-View: A 3-D, axial, sagittal and coronal view of the treated areahighlighted in pink, as well as radiation dose shown in multicoloredisodose lines.Erlanger Health System in Chattanooga, Tennessee, purchased a CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System in December 2010 to develop a stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) program in its Radiation Oncology Department. The CyberKnife System included the Lung Optimized Treatment (LOT) function, which provides fiducial-free SBRT of early-stage lung cancer patients by enabling a hybrid method of spine tracking and tumor density tracking. Once the CyberKnife System was in use, the clinical team at Erlanger collaborated with referring physicians to explain to thoracic surgeons and pulmonologists — at Erlanger and other hospitals in the community — how the system could be utilized as a treatment option for their patients.Lung Optimized Treatments: 2-ViewThe CyberKnife LOT function offers several solutions for patients with lung tumors, including the 2-View tracking solution, which uses both of the system’s ceiling-mounted X-ray cameras, along with Synchrony Respiratory Tracking to automatically track and adjust the beam to tumor motion. This function was used to treat a 70-year-old woman whose cancer had returned after previous therapy. She received treatment three-and-a-half years prior with conventional radiation therapy to 6480cGy over the course of 36 fractions. In addition, four cycles of Taxotere and Carboplatin had been administered neoadjuvantly. However, PET/CT showed a 1.8cm hypermetabolic nodule in the right medial lung base.The Surgical solutions and conventional radiation therapy were not options for this recurrence, so physicians agreed that SBRT was an excellent opportunity to eradicate or provide long-term suppression to the area of recurrence. Based on the 2-View LOT protocol, a prescription dose of 6000cGy was prescribed to the 82 percent isodose line and delivered over three fractions utilizing 111 non-coplanar beams.Eight months after treatment, a CT scan showed no residual tumor in the medial right lobe.Lung Optimized Treatments: 1-ViewAnother treatment protocol available with Erlanger’s CyberKnife System is the 1-View LOT function. The 1-View LOT protocol uses one of the CyberKnife’s two orthogonally mounted X-ray cameras to enable fiducial-free, real-time adjustment of the beam to the respiratory motion of the tumor. A margin is then added to the tumor volume to account for the motion that would have been seen only in the “blind“ X-ray camera view. This protocol was utilized for a 70-year-old woman with medically inoperable, stage I, poorly differentiated large cell carcinoma of the right/mid upper lobe at the hilum. She was not a surgical candidate due to poor pulmonary function, and physicians did not believe that she would tolerate conventional radiation therapy. However, foregoing therapy had an associated risk of progression and lymphatic spread, which could occur within a matter of months.Physicians chose to treat the patient with non-invasive SBRT. While side effects, including coughing and chest wall or rib tenderness are possible, the probability for this patient was low due to the location of the tumor.Based on the 1-View LOT function, the treatment plan was developed using the MultiPlan® Treatment Planning System, and a dose of 5400cGy was prescribed to the 82 percent isodose line and delivered over four fractions, utilizing 98 non-coplanar beams. Each fraction lasted approximately 36 minutes.Aside from reports of fatigue one week after completion of treatments, the patient had no complaints. Seven months post-treatment, the patient reported doing well. She was not on oxygen and indicated she had no shortness of breath. The treated lesion was no longer visible in CT scans taken at three- and six-month follow-ups.Lung Optimized Treatments: 0-ViewThe third LOT function that Erlanger uses with its CyberKnife System is the 0-View option. The 0-View LOT protocol is used when a tumor cannot be clearly identified by either of the CyberKnife’s two X-ray cameras. The planning margin is expanded to include the entire inhale-to-exhale tumor motion. Erlanger used this feature with a 72-year-old man with a stage I lung cancer in the left upper and mediastinal nodal sampling, as well as wedge resection. But the patient was considered a marginal operative risk and he wanted to explore less invasive interventions.Physicians suggested SBRT as a non-invasive alternative to surgery. SBRT using the CyberKnife System is equivalent to surgical wedge resection with respect to local control. Additionally, the LOT treatment would not require placement of any fiducials and was unlikely to cause adverse side effects given the location of his lesion.Based on the 0-View LOT protocol, the clinical team utilized both inhale and exhale CT data sets to design a treatment plan on the MultiPlan® Treatment Planning system. The tumor excursion was measured and PTV margins drawn to account for the extent of tumor motion.The patient was treated using the CyberKnife System’s automated IrisTM Variable Aperture Collimator. A prescription dose of 6000cGy was prescribed to the 81 percent isodose line and delivered over three fractions, lasting approximately 24 minutes each, utilizing 77 non-coplanar beams. Aside from reports of fatigue about a week after his final treatment, the patient had no complaints. One year after treatment, at his follow-up visit, the patient was still doing well with no distress.Benefits of CyberKnife for Early Stage Lung CancerThe CyberKnife System provides early-stage lung cancer patients at Erlanger with an alternative treatment option to surgery. “Often we get patients who wonder if there is a treatment for them,” said David Taliaferro, CyberKnife coordinator at Erlanger’s CyberKnife Center. “We find it very gratifying that now we can tell our patients that we indeed have a treatment option for them. 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This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. 1-View: Orthogonal planar images showing the position of the tumor during initial simulation to determine the method in which the tumor is tracked during treatment. Notice that the tumor is only clearly visible in Image A. 2-View: A 3-D, axial, sagittal and coronal view of the treated areahighlighted in pink, as well as radiation dose shown in multicoloredisodose lines. News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read morelast_img read more

  • What the Housing Market Learned from a Crisis

    first_img Banks Crisis Financial Institutions Foreclosures homes HOUSING Stanford 2018-10-08 Radhika Ojha What the Housing Market Learned from a Crisis in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Sharecenter_img October 8, 2018 784 Views How much has the market learned from the financial crisis a decade back? And are we prepared for the next crisis? Darrell Duffie and Amit Seru, both professors with Stanford’s Graduate School of Business spoke recently to Edmund L. Andrews for the institute’s Insights blog about their concerns with the current U.S. housing market. Both the professors of finance have spent considerable time studying the underlying causes of the Great Recession and believe the conditions that led to the last crisis could still very well be lurking in the market. Seru, whose chief focus has been assessing responsibility for the subprime mortgage crisis among banks and regulators, stressed that the causes of the next financial meltdown remained unpredictable. According to him, the large number of market variables made it difficult for anyone to be able to forecast clearly. He contended that the best method for preventing future shocks to the financial system would be by passing legislation that requires banks to keep bigger “equity capital buffers” to withstand unanticipated market turbulence. In an interview with DS News, Natalya Vinokurova, Assistant Professor, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania echoed this sentiment saying that not enough liquidity in the system was likely to cause the next housing bubble. “The liquidity comes in part from the quantitative easing of policies adopted to ease the aftermath of the 2008 crisis,” she said. Seru said that the creation of mortgage contracts with “semi-automatic relief mechanisms” that automatically index borrowers’ rates, so they vary according to local economic conditions, was yet another way to address the issue of liquidity as well as the fear that real income failures might lead to an increase in foreclosures once again.Duffie, who has advised the U.S. and foreign policymakers on the weaknesses in the financial system prior to the meltdown, agreed that the recovery after the Great Recession may only have averted the real repercussions of the crisis rather than resolving it, especially in that certain banks and institutions remained “too big to fail.” Recently,  Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduced a legislation aimed at breaking up the nation’s biggest banks and risky financial institutions. “No financial institution should be so large that its failure would cause catastrophic risk to millions of Americans or to our nation’s economic well being,” Sanders said in a statement after introducing the legislation. “We must end, once and for all, the scheme that is nothing more than a free insurance policy for Wall Street: the policy of ‘too big to fail.’”While Duffie considered the reforms in U.S. banking and restructuring of U.S. debt since the crisis a step in the right direction, he remained skeptical about the steps being taken to keep another threat at bay. He said that Washington regulators have, since the crash, been “easier on the banks” than they should have been.Looking specifically at the housing market, Michael Calhoun, President of the Brookings Center for Responsible Lending said in a recent paper that while regulatory safeguards that were put in place subsequent to the crisis have made today’s housing market much safer and resilient, “more could have been done to aid homeowners in the crisis and work remains to provide families with sufficient affordable, sustainable housing for today and in the coming years.”Seru pointed out that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac—Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) considered by many to be too heavily invested in the housing market—are now even more. Whereas, before the housing bust, GSEs accounted for 75 percent of mortgages bought and sold by private lenders, the share of GSEs in the market has since grown 20 percent, aremarkable 95 percent overall. Seru considers this a troubling trend.Additionally, Seru said that nonbank lenders were even more important in the mortgage market now than they were before the crisis. “No one knows what their balance sheet looks like, but they are selling all their mortgages to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. It is worth remembering that two of the largest and most notorious non-bank lenders, New Century and Ameriquest, went belly up first and helped trigger the last crisis,” he told Andrews.Click here to read the complete interview with the Stanford professors.last_img read more

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