From making traditional suits look so chic as Tina in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai to the way she sported short dresses in Hadh Kar Di Aapne–Rani Mukerji was a total fashionista, back in the days. But over the years, the actress has lost her taste in class-apart fashion. Her recent look is a case in point.Recently, the actress graced a promotional event for her upcoming film, Hichki, and left us baffled with her choice of a green-white dress. While we have seen Rani sport really strange and primitive-looking outfits before, this Red Valentino number tops them all. Rani Mukerji sports green-white number. Photo: Yogen ShahAlso Read: Rani Mukerji’s black outfit is the reason you should never get too experimentalThe round-neck, crochet dress had a symmetrical pattern all over, which made it look like a sweater dress, but not a pretty one.Also Read: Rani Mukerji’s sublime, traditional attire is all the guidance you need for Diwali dressingThe parrot-green, shift dress would’ve looked just fine, had it not been for the tacky-looking frill on it. The white, crochet frill is what pulled down the look of the outfit completely. The frill details made the actress look like a chandelier, and we’re not exaggerating. Rani Mukerji sports green-white number. Photo: Yogen ShahJust like the dress, her choice of a pair of white pumps didn’t really work for the look, because of how mismatched they were. A pair of casual, white sneakers would have been a better choice of shoes there, Rani.advertisementShe finished the look with soft makeup, and a simple hairdo–the only aspect of her look that we actually like.We wonder if we’ll ever have your stunning public appearances back, Rani.
Basil Thampi bowled the most expensive four overs in the history of the Indian Premier League as Sunrisers Hyderabad went down by 14 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore at the M. Chinnaswamy in Benglauru.His horrendous bowling, along with some sloppy fielding helped RCB post 218/6 from their 20 overs in their do-or-die game. Ultimately, SRH slumped to their second straight defeat despite fifties from Kane Williamson and Manish Pandey.The Kerala pacer, who replaced Bhuvneshwar Kumar in this match, was hammered all over the park and returned with figures of 4/70 from his four overs. He bowled the 19th, 16th 13th and 8th over of the RCB innings and they went for 19, 14, 18 and 19 respectively.He gave away six maximums and five boundaries in his 24 balls on Thursday.Also read – IPL 2018, RCB Vs SRH: de Villiers, Moeen keep RCB play-offs hope aliveThe second most costliest four overs in an IPL match was bowled by Ishant Sharma, when he gave away 66 runs versus Chennai Super Kings in 2013. Umesh Yadav (65 vs RCB in 2013) and Sandeep Sharma (65 vs SRH in 2014) are just behind him.His was also the most expensive by an Indian bowler ever. Earlier, Sreenath Aravind conceded 69 for RCB in 2011. B Akhil conceded 67 for Karnataka in 2010 and Ishant had given away 66 versus CSK in 2013.Also read – Normal human beings don’t do that: Kohli on de Villiers catchHis forgetful bowling figures could be credited to some fearsome and powerful batting from AB de Villiers, Moeen Ali and then Colin de Grandhomme.De Villiers, who came out to bat at No. 3 on Thursday, hit the ground running from the word go.advertisementHe took on the bowlers and attacked everyone, who was thrown at him. His attacking innings allowed Virat Kohli to settle in but unfortunately the captain couldn’t carry on. But, that was not going to stop the South African in RCB’s penultimate league game of IPL 2018. De Villiers continued his attacking style of play and hit his 50 off 32 balls, with a boundary off Siddharth Kaul in the 12th over.Also read – Watch AB de Villiers fly like Superman to pull off a blinder vs SRHThe 34-year-old was joined by Moeen Ali, who after his initial struggles, started finding the middle of the bat with ease. Ali also brought up his maiden IPL fifty in the 13th over of Basil Thampi with a boundary through covers. But, that was not it. There was more to come. After the Englishman reached his fifty, he also joined in the bandwagon and started hammering the bowlers. But, his fireworks were constantly being overshadowed by ABD. His display of power and timing gave RCB hope that they can go past the 250-run mark at one point but he fell for a 39-ball 69 before falling to Rashid Khan in the 15th over. Thus, ended the exciting 107-run stand for the third wicket.Also read – AB de Villiers on Superman catch: Made it look better than it wasHe hit 12 fours and one six in his 39-ball innings. The Afghani struck again on the fourth ball off the over to send Moeen (65) back this time and RCB’s innings came to a stand-still. From 145/2, RCB were all of a sudden 149/4 in no time. But, Colin de Grandhomme (40) and Sarfaraz Khan (22) salvaged it and took RCB to 218/6 from their 20 overs.Chasing 219 to win, SRH started off positively and looked on course. Shikhar Dhawan and Alex Hales gave SRH a good start. Williamson (81) and Pandey (62*) followed suit but their efforts were not enough as SRH lost their fourth match in this year’s IPL.Also read – Teams don’t want RCB to win, we cherish that: Virat KohliSRH, who had already qualified for the play-offs prior to this game, will next face Kolkata Knight Riders at Hyderabad on Saturday.
AUSTIN, TX – OCTOBER 13: Matthew McConaughey watches from the sideline in the first half against the Baylor Bears at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on October 13, 2018 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)Texas’ football program held its annual spring game this evening and the Longhorns had a celebrity fan in attendance.Matthew McConaughey, who’s often spotted watching Longhorns games from the sideline, was doing the same tonight.Of course, McConaughey showed up in style.The big-time Texas football fan had a burnt orange leather jacket, an orange beanie and some sweet sunglasses on.Check it out:The jacket. The beanie. The sunglasses.@McConaughey an instant icon at DKR. pic.twitter.com/DBxp7bt5cD— Longhorn Network (@LonghornNetwork) April 13, 2019The celebrity fan was enjoying himself during game, too.RAW: Kris & Matthew. Camera time.@kris23db @McConaughey#ThisIsTexas #HookEm pic.twitter.com/YclIERlwnE— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) April 14, 2019Texas opens its 2019 season on Aug. 31 against Louisiana Tech.
Anne Hathaway will host The 2012 Women’s Media Awards on November 13th at Guastavino’s in New York City. The announcement was made by Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan and Gloria Steinem, co-Founders of the Women’s Media Center.“I am a supporter of the Women’s Media Center,” says Anne Hathaway. “I believe in their ongoing mission and advocacy for women and girls worldwide to be more visible and powerful through a variety of important programs & initiatives.”“Anne embodies the spirit, talent, kindness and authenticity of her own unique talent, and always celebrates the unique talent of other women. I’m so proud that she will be guiding us through this night of serious fun and celebration,” says Gloria Steinem, Co-Founder of The Women’s Media Center.“In addition to Anne Hathaway’s fine acting, her devotion to women’s rights, marriage equality, and social-justice activism is remarkable,” says Robin Morgan, Co-Founder of The Women’s Media Center.“I have watched Anne use her talent and fame to shine a light on important issues particularly that help and promote women and she continues to make a difference in significant ways,” says Jane Fonda, Co-Founder of The Women’s Media Center.Anne Hathaway is involved with many charities, including The Creative Coalition, The Step Up Women’s Network, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Human Rights Campaign, The Girl Effect and The Lollipop Theater Network. In 2008, she was honored at Elle magazine’s “Women in Hollywood” tribute, and has also been honored for her work with Step Up Women’s Network and at Variety’s “Power of Women.”The 2012 Women’s Media Awards will honor: Pat Mitchell, President & CEO of The Paley Center for Media & Founding Co-Chair of The Women’s Media Center, will be presented with the first Women’s Meda Center’s Lifetime Achievement Award, thereafter to be named after her. Martha Nelson, Editorial Director of Time Inc., will be presented with the Women’s Media Center’s Going The Distance Award. Lisa Ling, Journalist and Host of Our America With Lisa Ling on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, and her sister journalist Laura Ling, Host and Reporter for E! Investigates, a documentary series on the E! Network, will be presented with the Women’s Media Center Sisterhood is Powerful Award. Sarah Hoye, All Platform Journalist for CNN, will receive the Women’s Media Center’s Carol Jenkins Emerging Journalist Award.The honorees will be presented with their awards at The 2012 Women’s Media Awards on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at Guastavino’s in New York City with all three Women’s Media Center Co-Founders, Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan & Gloria Steinem in attendance.The Women’s Media Awards recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to advancing women’s and girls’ visibility and power in media.
APTN National NewsOttawa needs to invest nearly $5 billion in First Nations water and sewage systems over the next 10 years, according to two year-long study released by Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan Thursday.The government commissioned study, by firm Neegan Burnside, found that the federal government needed to immediately invest about $1.2 billion to raise reserve-based water and sewage systems to standards set by Aboriginal Affairs.The study found 1,800 reserve homes have no water service and 1,777 homes have no sewage service at all.Of those with water service, the study found that 39 per cent of 807 reserve systems inspected were classified as posing a “high risk,” meaning they posed a threat to health and safety. These high risk systems serve about 25 per cent of the on-reserve population, the study said.“Once systems are classified under this category, regions and First Nations must take immediate corrective action to minimize or eliminate deficiencies,” the study said.The study also found that of the 532 sewage systems inspected, 14 per cent were found to be seriously deficient.The study concluded that the federal government needed to spend a total of $4.7 billion over the next decade to keep water and waste-water systems up to standard and meet the needs of growing First Nations population.The dollar figures include costs for construction, training, studies and developing emergency plans.A total of 571 First Nations were included in the study which began in September 2009.Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan said the Conservative government would be introducing legislation creating water and sewage regulations for First Nations reserves.“In the weeks ahead, officials from my department will be meeting with First Nation leaders and other stakeholders,” Duncan told reporters in Saskatoon. “(To go) over the results of the (study), finding ways to move forward together on both responding to the assessment and moving forward with legislation.”Assembly of First Nations national Chief Shawn Atleo called the report’s findings “shocking” and said it was time for Ottawa to deal with the dire water situation facing First Nations.“(The report) reveals the quality of drinking water in First Nation communities is even worse than anticipated,” said Atleo, in a statement. “More than half the water systems our people are using are risky systems.”Duncan released the report in Saskatoon as the AFN was wrapping up its annual general assembly in Moncton.
VANCOUVER — BC Hydro says it plans to spend $1.2 billion to gain complete ownership of a dam and generating station in Trail, B.C.The company says in a release that it will purchase a two-thirds interest in the Waneta Dam from Teck Resources Limited (TSX:TCK.A) to help keep electricity rates affordable for customers.The deal includes a 20-year lease agreement where electricity generated at the dam by the two-thirds interest will supply power to Teck’s smelter in Trail.BC Hydro bought a one-third share of the dam in 2010 in a deal that included the right of first offer on any remaining interest in the dam.Teck previously announced a deal with Fortis Inc. to buy the outstanding interest, and the mining company says in a release that it expects to pay a fee of about $28 million for cancelling that agreement.The deal between BC Hydro and Teck is subject to a number of conditions, including approval by the BC Utilities Commission.
Opening the morning session, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Burkina Faso, said the international community should design the fight against terrorists in a way that does not provide them with allies. “The response to 11 September could lead to a catastrophic scenario for humanity – a conflict between Islam and Christianity or between East and West,” Youssouf Ouedraogo warned. “The leaders of our day must attack the injustices that give rise to hate and conflict.” The Minister also voiced his Government’s support to the creation of an independent Palestinian State, to the lifting of sanctions against Cuba and Iraq, and to the proposal by Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s envoy, James Baker, on Western Sahara, which he called “an acceptable political compromise.” He also reaffirmed Africa’s position that the Security Council should be reformed to ensure equitable representation for all regions of the world.Also speaking about the injustices that lead to frustration in developing countries, N. Hassan Wirajuda, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Indonesia said the global economic environment was becoming less hospitable to the aspirations for growth in poor States. “Without the resources and technology for sustainable development, developing countries are rapidly losing their natural resources,” he said, advocating massive direct investment flows to Indonesia, but acknowledging the difficulty in “making a good case for this” due to problems of corruption in the country’s bureaucracies and corporate sector. “The deficiencies of our legal system and the judiciary, the past human rights record of our police and military establishment have produced less than optimum conditions for Indonesia’s economic recovery,” he said. Turning to the demands for separatism from Aceh and Iran Jaya, the Minister said his Government would introduce a special autonomy and a greater sharing of resources, but would not tolerate acts of terror for separatist ends against Indonesia’s territorial integrity. For Eduard Kukan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, the legal instruments devised in the UN were a good basis for increasing the effectiveness of the fight against terrorism. “The only thing that remains to be done is to implement all the good principles which are already laid down,” he said, expressing hope that the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court would enter into force sometime next year. The Minister also stressed the importance of the UN’s peacekeeping efforts in maintaining international security. On the reform of the Security Council, Mr. Kukan said the international community should “be honest in admitting that we have not been fully successful in achieving this goal for years, and now we will have to cope with new, unprecedented challenges.” The Slovak Republic, he said, believed the Council should base its decision-making on majority voting, that the veto should only be reserved for decisions taken under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, and that one additional seat should be allocated to the Group of Eastern European States. Concerning the Middle East, Shimon Peres, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Israel, said there was broad agreement that the creation of an independent Palestinian State – non-military and economically viable – was the best bet. “A Palestinian State – which enables the Palestinians to breathe freedom, to initiate a new economy, to maintain their traditions, and enjoy the highest level of education – will also provide for real security,” he said. What endangered this new solution was terror, however. Every democracy must have a non-democratic institution to defend itself, Mr. Peres noted. Armies were non-democratic, but without them, democracy would not prevail. “The Palestinian Authority, which is a State in the making, must establish one authority over all arms, all armies and all use of arms,” he said. “Not for the sake of Israel, but for the sake of peace and their own destiny, so that bullets will not negate ballots. As long as terror persists, Israel has no choice but to defend its people.”The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, Abdulaziz Kamilov, told the Assembly that in rallying the international coalition against terrorism, the world community should not neglect another equally dangerous threat, drug trafficking, which was the main financial support for terrorist and extremist activities. In recent years, the countries of Central Asia have been finding themselves face-to-face with large-scale aggression unleashed by international narco-syndicates. “It is clear that no country, no matter how powerful, can expect to successfully confront drug trafficking, unless fully supported by the international community,” he said.Turning to development cooperation, S.R. Insanally, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Guyana, said it was clear the prevailing international system was “deeply flawed” and had failed to achieve its primary objective of increasing growth and improving the quality of life in poor countries. Many debt and poverty traps that continued to ensnare millions of the world’s poorest people were inherent in the system. As envisioned by the late President Cheddi Jagan of Guyana, the proposal for a New Global Human Order acknowledged that the major constraints affecting economic and social progress in developing countries resided in capacity limitation in the critical areas of markets, administrative and institutional structures, the leveraging of resources and the ability of developing countries to negotiate as equal partners in a number of forums outside the UN. The proposal sought to make development cooperation programmes more effective, optimize scarce financial resources and reduce the spread of poverty.Sule Lamido, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nigeria, said it was regrettable that conflicts and wars continued to be waged, and that Africa had a disproportionate share of those conflicts. Yet the experiences in Liberia and Sierra Leone had shown that the United Nations, in close partnership with regional and subregional organizations, could facilitate the return to peace and security. As for the economic situation on the continent, many African countries – despite welcome initiatives on debt relief – had neither grown out of debt nor been able to service their debts in a sustainable manner. This warranted a bolder approach, he said, such as outright debt cancellation. Efforts to resolve the problem should also be bolstered by collective action to discourage illegal transfer of funds from developing countries and the repatriation of such funds to their countries of origin.Foreign Minister Souef Mohamed El-Amine of Comoros said the process of national reconciliation in his country was making progress daily. A draft constitution to govern the future of Comoros, drafted with the participation of all the political parties and the support of the international community, was on its way to referendum. He said the government was sparing no effort to facilitate progress during the current transitional phase, and urgently appealed to the international community to continue providing its valuable support in this period of national reconciliation and reconstruction. Addressing the issue of the Comoran island of Mayotte, he said it was still a matter of concern. However, he remained optimistic about the willingness of the French authorities to cooperate with their Comoran counterparts.João Bernardo de Miranda, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Angola, stressed the importance of addressing the extreme poverty in Africa. The UN must implement action plans and recommendations of the past decade on HIV/AIDS, social development, human rights, racial discrimination and terrorism. His country endorsed the use of force to eliminate terrorist cells and had helped develop an international diamond certification system, which helped prevent the financing of terrorist groups. A climate of peace was beginning to prevail in Angola, favourably affecting its economy, and reform efforts could make possible the holding of truly democratic general elections in the near future. However, sanctions against UNITA should be maintained until peace became irreversible. Also, the help of the international community was still needed in the effort to relieve poverty, to address the problem of displaced populations, and for national reconstruction.Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail of the Sudan said his country condemned terrorism, which was not the province of any particular religion or ethnic group. He said the lifting of sanctions on his country would contribute to greater cooperation with the international community. It was time to end the unilateral economic measures imposed on certain countries, including his own. The Sudan would strive to support the activities of the UN in favour of humanity, including the eradication of poverty and rehabilitation of areas destroyed through war. His government would continue to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian assistance to the victims of war. He added that measures should be taken to ensure that globalization would be a positive engine of progress for humanity at large and not lead to cultural and intellectual hegemony.Yemen’s Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Abdullah Alsaidi, stressed that terrorism was not a new phenomenon and it had also affected his country. However, it had worsened due to negligence in addressing the problem. Yemen condemned all forms of terrorism, and it rejected attempts to link terrorism to Arabs or Muslims. Yemen also censured those voices proclaiming a clash of civilizations and called instead for dialogue on common human values. The elements of terrorism must be defined, he said. The Security Council should act to end the crimes committed daily by Israel against the Palestinian people. The imposition of international embargoes and sanctions, such as those under which the Iraqi people suffered, must be reconsidered. Sanctions which had been overtaken by events must be reviewed.Statements in the morning session were also made by the representatives of Singapore and Kazakhstan.
by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 30, 2016 1:38 pm MDT Last Updated Jun 30, 2016 at 6:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Alberta NDP outline minimum wage plan, dismisses job loss concerns EDMONTON – Alberta’s labour minister is dismissing concerns from “well-funded lobby groups” about significant job losses and going ahead with the province’s plan to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour.The boost was a major plank in the NDP’s election platform during last year’s provincial election.“Restaurants Canada and some of the well-funded lobby groups have been heard through this process and they were part of our consultations,” Alberta Labour Minister Christina Gray said Thursday.“I absolutely listened with interest. And through the consultations we listened to small businesses, as well as employees who are low-wage earners, people who are lobbyists for various sides,” she said.“We believe making sure every Albertan has a fair wage is most important.”Gray announced that the current minimum wage of $11.20 will increase by $1 on Oct. 1, with an additional $1.40 in October of 2017 and another $1.40 in 2018.Jan Reimer, executive director of Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters, said the increase is significant, especially for women in need.“We know that income security is the primary determinant of individual and community health. Alberta’s plan to increase minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2018 could be one of the most significant policy changes for Canadian health this decade,” Reimer said.Gray said the key is getting more money into the pockets of low-income Albertans.“We know that these increases will significantly help the nearly 300,000 Albertans who currently earn less than $15 per hour,” said Gray.“Every Albertan should be able to afford rent, transportation and food. These increases will help insure that low wage earners can at least meet their basic needs.”Alberta Liberal Leader David Swann did not like the increase. He said many small businesses are already struggling with the economic downturn, so an increase in the minimum wage could be the end of a dream for many entrepreneurs.“This government is clearly not attuned to the needs of business owners,” Swann said in a news release.“Either they’re simply not listening or they’re too ideologically driven to acknowledge the timing of their plan needs to be reconsidered; either way, they are not paying attention to the reality of the business climate today.“I urge the government to take its head out of the sand and recognize the concerns of those that will be negatively affected by their policy,” Swann concluded. “This one-sided, top-down approach to the issue threatens to do more harm than good.”The news also didn’t sit well with business groups.Amber Ruddy, Alberta director of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, said it’s proof that the government’s consultation was only for show and that the move is ideologically based.“What’s frustrating is the headline of the release that says ‘minimum wage brings hope to hard-working Albertans.’ Entrepreneurs are hard-working Albertans,” Ruddy said.“They get a slap in the face while the economy is still reeling from a recession.”A joint news release from the Calgary and Edmonton chambers of commerce said that with increasing rates of business closures and bankruptcies, it’s the wrong time to add to the burdens faced by businesses.“Our concern is the rapid increase to a $15 minimum wage could have unintended and harmful consequences for the very people it’s trying to help,” said Janet Riopel, president and CEO of the Edmonton chamber.“What we want is a minimum wage that reflects Alberta’s current economic reality,” said Adam Legge, president and CEO of the Calgary chamber.“Increases to the minimum wage should be supported by research and tied to economic indicators, and the effect of increases should be monitored and analyzed.”— By Bill Graveland in CalgaryFollow @BillGraveland on Twitter
The Niagara IceDogs will get a helping hand from Brock University’s Sport Management (SPMA) students to address a problem impacting the hockey industry.SPMA students will pitch their proposed solutions to the real-world problem during the seventh annual Sport Management Alumni Day on Monday, March 11, showcasing what they’ve learned in the classroom and tips they’ve picked up while working in the field.More than 30 alumni will return to campus to hear the presentations and participate in the daylong event.“Brock Sport Management students are increasingly participating in and winning case competitions hosted by industry partners and other universities,” says Sport Management Student Council President David Stark. “By hosting a case competition at Brock, we are hoping to garner more interest in Alumni Day and provide a fun and effective way to engage students in all years of study in experiential education.”When initially developing the idea, the Sport Management Student Council decided the Niagara IceDogs were the first-choice industry partner for this competition because of the close ties they have to the Brock community.“It was important to us to engage a local sport organization, in order to help students make a real connection with the theory behind what they are learning in the classroom and how it applies in a high-pressure situation,” Stark explains. “The IceDogs were a natural choice for us because they employ several Sport Management alumni and work regularly with Brock students to provide experiential education and placement opportunities.”Students participating in the case competition will have 72 hours once the case is released to develop a solution to the detailed scenario presented. The top four teams will be selected to present a 10-minute marketing plan to a panel of judges comprised of Niagara IceDogs staff, and Sport Management faculty and alumni.“The Bachelor of Sport Management program at Brock has proven again and again that they are developing some of the best young talent entering into our industry,” says Nino Bourikas (BSM ’11), Niagara IceDogs Hockey Club Director for Community Marketing and Group Sales. “For us to be able to obtain knowledge and ideas from SPMA students on a marketing issue that we feel can be improved upon with the IceDogs is invaluable.”Bourikas, himself a Sport Management grad, shared that he is extremely grateful the IceDogs have such a fantastic partnership with his alma mater. “I feel very lucky to be situated in such close proximity to a number of great academic minds,” Bourikas says. “When I was approached by SPMA Council to see if there was any interest in us helping out with the case competition, it was a no-brainer for me.”While the exact scenario cannot be shared until it is released to participating students on Friday, March 8, Stark says “it is an issue that is likely common throughout the Ontario Hockey League and applicable to other leagues and sports within the commercial sector of the industry.”The four finalist teams that make it to the presentation stage will gain thorough feedback from alumni on the judging panel and real-world marketing experience.Students who choose not to compete are encouraged to watch the final presentations on Monday, March 11 at 11 a.m. in GSB 308 to see what a case competition environment looks like.“The hope is that we gain substantial interest from students once the case is released, and they recognize the value they receive not only from taking part in this exercise, but also from receiving industry knowledge through the panel’s feedback,” Stark says. “We hope all students who watch the presentations are inspired to try it for themselves in future.” The finalists will be invited to join an invitation-only Alumni Day luncheon where the winning team will be announced and a prize awarded.“The seventh annual Sport Management (SPMA) Alumni Day is an opportunity for our program’s near 950 students to network with industry professionals and learn more about various careers available to them,” says Department of Sport Management Chair Kirsty Spence. “What started seven years ago has developed into a truly exemplar day of students learning from alumni and alumni being happy to return to campus.”More than 30 Sport Management alumni representing a broad spectrum of organizations, positions and industry sectors will return to campus to share their experiences and insider knowledge with students on sport-specific topics such as globalization, finance, intellectual property, social responsibility and marketing.More information on SPMA Alumni Day and a full schedule of panelists is available on the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences website.Any alumni interested in joining SPMA Alumni Day can contact Associate Professor Shannon Kerwin at email@example.com for more details.
← Previous Story Detono Zagreb rules in the Beach Handball Next Story → Clara Woltering a new force of Buducnost Podgorica Following the disciplinary proceedings opened by the EHF on 10 May 2011 against THW Kiel (GER) and their coach Alfred Gislason, after statements made to the media following the 2010/2011 VELUX EHF Champions League quarterfinal match THW Kiel (GER) vs. FC Barcelona Borges (ESP) on 1 May 2011 in Kiel, Germany, the EHF Arbitration Tribunal has made the following decision:Alfred Gislason is sanctioned with a fine of €2,500 and one match exclusion (EHF club competitions). Reason: Derogatory remarks towards the EHF referees and the EHF, which may bring the sport of handball and the EHF into disrepute.Text: EHFPhoto: THW Kiel Alfred Gislason
3D is a fad that just won’t die. The technology has popped up in numerous forms for much of the last century, and recent advances have only guaranteed that it will be pushed even harder on us. Hollywood studios, HDTV manufacturers, and gadget makers are all betting that it’s going to catch on one of these days. If a recent report is any indication, Apple even tossed around the idea of joining that party.The company reportedly tested prototypes of an iPad 3 that featured a stereoscopic (glasses free) 3D display. Apparently it didn’t go any farther than that though, as this source says Apple scrapped the idea out of concerns of being gimmicky.Whether that is the end of the story isn’t yet known. The source says that there is still talk of the third dimension entering Apple products, but only “when it’s useful.” That day may come, but it certainly hasn’t yet.What is clear is that we won’t be seeing a 3D iPad 3 next year. At this point, it’s hard to say that the technology is anything other than a gimmick. It’s a gimmick that many people enjoy, but Apple is a company that needs to have a clear vision of a feature’s purpose if they’re going to implement it. Other than saying “ooo, neat-o” when Mario appears to break the fourth wall and flies towards you, what is the purpose of 3D right now?Now if, in a few years, we start to see the manipulation of 3D virtual objects, with HD holograms appearing to be projected in mid-air, then you can expect Apple to jump on board without hesitation. Until then, don’t hold your breath.via Business Insider
National Geographic Magazine topped 100,000 paid digital subscribers this past weekend and the magazine’s special series on world population, which was collected into one app called “7 Billion”, was the number one free app for iPad in iTunes. The 7 Billion app was promoted in Apple’s new and noteworthy list and generated more than 140,000 downloads since it debuted on October 27. The special app featured a single sponsor in Dupont, which also sponsored the year-long series in print and online. National Geographic Magazine reached a subscription deal with Apple this past summer. “A subscription model will allow the brand to start addressing some of the audience usage questions coming from internally and from advertisers,” National Geographic president of publishing Declan Moore told FOLIO: at the time. “What we’re wrestling with at the moment is getting good, accurate tracking information on where people are spending time with the products. When we have a subscription model, we’ll have volumes of data. Right now we’re dealing with a small data set based on single copy sales, so making inferences is tricky. It’s hard to pin down so many different constituent groups. Some just like content they see in the magazine, others like dynamic illustrations and video.”
UPDATED: Twitter shares dropped more than 8% in early trading Monday, coming after a Washington Post story that the company has been eradicating fake accounts at a record pace — which could mean Twitter’s overall user numbers will decline for the second quarter of 2018.Per the Washington Post report Friday, Twitter suspended more than 70 million fake accounts this past May and June, and has continued to delete more than 1 million accounts per day into July. The newspaper said it obtained the Twitter data from an unidentified individual with access to Twitter’s Firehose data and analytics system.Twitter confirmed the rate of its recent account suspensions.At 1:21 p.m. ET on Monday, Twitter CFO Ned Segal commented in a pair of tweets about the figures cited in the Washington Post article, writing that “most accounts we remove are not included in our reported metrics as they have not been active on the platform for 30 days or more, or we catch them at sign up and they are never counted.” He added, “If we removed 70M accounts from our reported metrics, you would hear directly from us. This article reflects us getting better at improving the health of the service.” Popular on Variety Twitter is getting rid of fake accounts at a record pace. Will that include the Failing New York Times and propaganda machine for Amazon, the Washington Post, who constantly quote anonymous sources that, in my opinion, don’t exist – They will both be out of business in 7 years!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 7, 2018 Twitter is scheduled to report Q2 results on July 27 before the market opens. The pullback on the share price comes after Twitter’s stock has nearly doubled in 2018 following the company’s reporting of two straight quarters of profits — the first in its history.For the first quarter of 2018, Twitter reported that average monthly active users grew 3%, to 336 million, representing a net increase of 6 million sequentially and beating Wall Street forecasts. Most of that was overseas: In the U.S., Twitter had 69 million MAUs (up about 1 million from the prior quarter).Donald Trump weighed in on the Washington Post report, snidely wondering in a July 7 tweet if Twitter’s zapping of fake accounts will include “the Failing New York Times and propaganda machine for Amazon, the Washington Post.” ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Twitter’s share price rebounded on Segal’s comments, but the stock was still down 5.9% as of 2 p.m. ET.
Kolkata: In a rare surgery, SSKM Hospital has given a fresh lease of life to a 33-year-old man from Burdwan by removing a malignant chest wall tumour with intra-thoracic extension, weighing around 7 kgs.The tumour was encompassing his lungs, nerve bundle innervating the hand, Subclavain vessels (vein & artery) and other vital organs.According to the doctors in India, there was no such case reported earlier. There was a high possibility of patient dying on the operation table as the malignant tumor, situated on the chest wall had been encompassing the lungs, exerting pressure and preventing its expansion, thereby limiting entry of air and oxygen. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe patient, Sk Abdullah was suffering from Neurofibromatosis type 2 with intra thoracic and extra thoracic extension, encasing the Subclavian vessels and the nerves around the hand (Brachial Plexus) when the tumor had a rapid growth in last one year.According to the doctors, it was rare case Neurofibromatosis which underwent sarcomatous change (rapid malignant change characterized by invasion and infiltration of the surrounding structures). Only nine such sarcomatious change in neurofibroma with both intra-thoracic and extra-thoracic extension have been reported across the globe. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedDr Sandeep Kumar Kar, Assistant Professor, Cardiac Anaesthesiology, IPGME&R, who was a part of the team said incidents of type 2 Neurofibromatosis, which is a generalised form of Neurofibromatosis termed as Von Recklinghausen’s Disease, has an incidence rate of one in 4,000.The team of doctors comprised of Dr Santanu Dutta, Prof Anupam Goswami, Dr Sandeep Kumar Kar and Dr Riya Sonam. There was a high risk during the operation as it could affect the lungs, brachial plexus, subclavian vessels and other organs. The doctors had difficulties during the operation due to the size of the tumor on the chest wall.The patient had also been facing difficulties in his air passage. A resident of Pangacha village of Raina in East Burdwan, Abdullah was initially taken to Burdwan Medical College and Hospital where the doctors expressed their inability to perform the surgery.The patient was also taken to the Cardiothoracic vascular surgery (CTVS) outdoor a month ago.After going through all necessary tests, the surgery was conducted and the malignant tumor was removed from his body successfully. Four units of whole blood and 3 units of ringer lactate and one unit of plasma expander was infused to compensate the fluid loss in this extensive surgery.
360 Photos | Ultrasound Imaging | July 09, 2019 360 Degree View of a Mitral Valve Ultrasound Exam on a Vivid E95 System A view of a mitral valve on a GE Healthcare Vivid E95 … read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | June 20, 2019 Bay Labs Announces New Echocardiography Guidance Software Data at ASE 2019 Scientific Sessions Bay Labs announced that new data on the company’s first-of-its-kind deep learning investigational guidance software… read more Since the introduction of cardiac ultrasound, investigators have sought to quantify cardiac function in three dimensions. The recent development of a new technology called 3D wall motion tracking (3DWMT), which displays quantitative echo data from 3D ultrasound data sets, has tremendous potential to more accurately evaluate ventricular function in a wide variety of cardiovascular diseases.At University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, we recently implemented 3DWMT in our clinical studies; we anticipate that removing subjectivity, minimizing interpretative variability and comprehensively and efficiently measuring strain, 3DWMT will revolutionize cardiac ultrasound diagnosis.Benefits Over 2D Strain ImagingThe echocardiographic evaluation of regional myocardial function relies largely on the visual detection of endocardial wall motion abnormalities. However, this technique is subjective and demands complete visualization of the endocardium, and wall motion and thickening are subject to changes in cardiac loading and heart rate. Measurement of myocardial deformation (strain and strain rate) using 2-dimensional echocardiography has the potential to overcome these limitations. Because of 3D cardiac geometry and complex myofiber arrangements, there are multiple components or directions of strain (circumferential, longitudinal, and radial) that may be normal (i.e. orthogonal or perpendicular) or shear (i.e. torsional). While 2D strain (speckle tracking) and strain rate (tissue Doppler) imaging overcomes much of the subjectivity and variability inherent in assessing endocardial motion, these methods fail to address these complexities of cardiac geometry and motion. Not surprisingly, neglecting 3D wall motion may miss critical information and reduce diagnostic accuracy.However, imaging a moving 3D structure, from a tomographic 2D plane creates obvious challenges. 3DWMT provides the physician and sonographer 3D depictions of the heart and graphical and parametric displays of myocardial deformation over time, all captured within a single cardiac cycle (4D mode) or from four stitched subvolumes (full 4D mode) and thus has the potential to meet these challenges. For example, using 2D acquisition methods there is the possibility of introducing error to strain measurements when the heart swings out of the imaging plane. When capturing the entire heart with 3DWMT, this issue is eliminated. An important advantage of 3DWMT is that the time for acquisition and analysis of longitudinal, circumferential, and radial strains is reduced. In addition, the effects of twisting (and torsion) motion can be quantified.3DWMT for Ischemic Heart DiseaseBased on these considerations, 3DWMT affords the potential for a more robust evaluation of cardiac function than does any 2D echocardiographic technique. Acquiring quantitative data in one heart beat eliminates the need to piece (or stitch) the data together spatially and temporally from separate beats and therefore may improve diagnostic accuracy. Owing to its sensitivity, strain analysis detects early, subclinical disease; as a result it has important potential applications in coronary artery disease, hypertensive heart disease, and cardiomyopathy.One of the most important clinical applications of 3DWT is the assessment of ischemic heart disease. Ventricular volumes, ejection fraction and regional wall motion is rapidly assessed. Unique parameters of global ventricular systolic and diastolic function include rotation, twist and torsion. Global and regional vectors of strain and displacement in the radial, longitudinal and circumferential direction are simultaneously acquired from a single apical transducer position.A major advantage of strain and strain rate imaging in wall motion analysis is the reduction of tethering and translational effects. 3DWMTpotentially identifies more accurately than 2D tethering of dysfunctional from normal myocardial segments, and abnormal wall motion due to cardiac translation. This is possible because the true 3D motion is contained within the ultrasound dataset, which eliminates the effects of through-plane motion that may occur with 2D imaging.While stress echo is a proven clinical tool, the interpretation of segmental wall motion requires experience and expertise and in this setting is largely subjective. Strain and strain rate imaging have each shown promise as an adjunct to stress echocardiography; infarct-involved segments, visually normokinetic segments supplied by stenotic arteries, and regional ischemia are reliably detected. Strain measures may also be useful for the determination of myocardial viability, as stunned myocardium displays reduced systolic strain rates that improve with dobutamine infusion. Since 3DWMT provides an objective method to detect and quantify wall motion, the application potentially improves reproducibility when used in combination with stress echo. Detailed and quantifiable wall motion parameters may add to the accuracy of stress testing so the right patients are sent on for further testing.3DWMT Diagnosis for Other Cardiovascular Disease3DWMT is not only useful in the comprehensive assessment of myocardial deformation, but can potentially determine timing of deformation more accurately than 2D methods. Dyssynchrony of systolic strain as determined by 3DWMT may be valuable in the screening, selection and follow-up of patients who are candidates for cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT). Fast acquisition and comprehensive information of all segments of the LV, facilitates the use of this method for patient selection and optimization of CRT devices immediately after implantation.Since strains and strain rates are homogenously distributed across the myocardium, the detection of even subtle changes suggests myocardial dysfunction. Thus, 3DWMT has an important potential role in the diagnosis and management of virtually any disease that affects the myocardium. For example, anthracyclines are highly effective chemotherapeutic agents for breast cancer but their use is restricted by the frequent development of LV dysfunction and heart failure. Standard surveillance using the LV ejection fraction is often ineffective because the onset of clinical damage occurs late and the ejection fraction is load-dependent and fails to identify subclinical LV dysfunction. The ability of strain and strain rate imaging to efficiently monitor therapy, define the patient at risk, and predict later development of LV dysfunction and heart failure is exciting and promising. The ability for 3DWMT to give a more accurate representation of heart function may help physicians better make treatment decisions.Although systolic strain and strain rates have received the greatest attention, changes in diastolic strain measures may also portend cardiac disease. For example, patients with restrictive cardiomyopathy have lower early diastolic strain rates than those with constrictive pericarditis. Strain rates measured in early diastole may also be able to differentiate hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and hypertensive left ventricular hypertrophy from physiologic hypertrophy in athletes.Workflow and Patient Care3DWMT has the potential ability to improve patient care and reduce health care costs by identifying heart disease more accurately and at an earlier stage. Studies have shown that 3DWMT is a simple and reproducible technique, and that compared to 2D speckle tracking, it more quickly and completely analyzes myocardial deformation. Coupled with rapid, semi-automated volume, LV ejection fraction and mass determinations, 3DWMT can increase the efficiency and productivity of the echo lab. As noted above, 3DWMT has the ability to detect subclinical disease and visualize small reductions in strain or strain rate as well as view subtle abnormalities in ventricular volume and function. Earlier diagnoses will also save valuable health care resources as disease can be treated in its earlier stages.Complete analysis with 3D wall motion tracking can be completed in a few minutes and the method can be performed either on-line directly on the ultrasound system or off-line using a dedicated workstation. The acquired data is stored in a raw data format which allows off-line analysis with the same accuracy as the on-line procedure. Future parametric techniques can be retrospectively applied to stored datasets. We are performing our 3DWMT analysis on such a workstation housed in the echo reading area and are storing a Dicom clip of the analysis on our image analysis system.The introduction of 3D wall motion tracking marks the beginning of a new era in cardiac ultrasound. Utilizing state-of-the-art ultrasound, cardiac function in full 3D information is now available and can be performed during the examination. 3D wall motion tracking provides clinicians with a more robust method to gain global and regional cardiac function information in everyday practice, including new and exciting parameters such as twist and torsion. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 360 Photos | Ultrasound Imaging | July 11, 2019 360 Degree View of a Smartphone Performing a Cardiac Ultrasound Exam This 360 degree photo shows a basic, point-of-care cardiac echocardiogram being performed using a smartphone turned i read more Feature | November 11, 2009 | Brian D. Hoit, M.D., professor of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Case Western Reserve University, director of Echocardiography, University Hospitals Case Medical Center. Breakthrough in Ultrasound Provides Quantitative Cardiac Data 3D wall motion tracking more accurately evaluates ventricular function in a variety of cardiovascular diseases. News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more Normal dyssynchrony is demonstrated using Toshibas 3D wall motion tracking for the Aplio Artida ultrasound system. The left ventricle is color coded all green showing timing is in sync, while dyssynchrony would be color coded red. News | Ultrasound Imaging | June 27, 2019 FDA Issues Final Guidance on Marketing Clearance of Diagnostic Ultrasound Systems and Transducers The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued the final guidance: Marketing Clearance of Diagnostic Ultrasound… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 05, 2019 Digital Health Devices Used at Point of Care May Improve Diagnostic Certainty A West Virginia-based rural medical outreach event showcased the use of point-of-care technology in an ambulatory… read more Related Content 3D Auto RV application image courtesy of Philips Healthcare Technology | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Philips Extends Advanced Automation on Epiq CVx Cardiovascular Ultrasound Platform Philips recently announced new advanced automation capabilities on its Epiq CVx and Epiq CVxi cardiac ultrasound… read more 360 Photos | Ultrasound Imaging | July 08, 2019 360 Degree View of an Echocardiography Exam on the SC2000 System This is a 360 degree view of a live cardiac echo demonstration for the Siemens Healthineers Acuson SC2000… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | April 30, 2019 New Guideline Published for Evaluation of Valvular Regurgitation After Catheter-based Valve Interventions A new document compiled by four cardiac imaging professional societies provides a resource to guide clinicians in best… read more
Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Sponsored Stories Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona JOHANNESBURG (AP) – A rescue official says one man is dead and a local tour guide is missing after a boat capsized off Hout Bay near the western city of Cape Town.Craig Lambinon of the National Sea Rescue Institute said there were 38 people onboard the charter boat Miroshga on Saturday, not 41 as previously assumed, and that there was one fatality. At least 24 of the survivors were hospitalized with serious or minor injuries. Comments Share Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day It remains unclear what caused the boat to capsize near Duiker Island, which is popular with tourists hoping to see seals. Lambinon said maritime officials in South Africa were already investigating.Most of the people on the boat were foreign nationals, and the deceased man was from the United Kingdom.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation
Share Mortgage Rates Little Changed in Wake of Taper Announcement in Data, Origination Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Bankrate Federal Reserve Fixed-Rate Mortgage Freddie Mac Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Rates Service Providers 2013-12-19 Tory Barringer For all the _Sturm und Drang_ surrounding discussions of the Federal Reserve slowing down its monthly asset purchases, mortgage rate movements were somewhat subdued this week leading up to Wednesday’s announcement of cuts to the stimulus program.[IMAGE]””Freddie Mac””:http://www.freddiemac.com/ reported small rate jumps for the week ending December 19, with the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) average inching up to 4.47 percent (0.7 point) from 4.42 percent previously. Last year, the 30-year FRM averaged 3.37 percent.The 15-year FRM averaged 3.51 percent (0.6 point) this week, up from 3.43 percent.[COLUMN_BREAK]Adjustable rates also rose slightly. Freddie Mac’s measure for the average 5-year Treasury-indexed hybrid adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) was 2.96 percent (0.4 point), up from 2.94 percent, while the 1-year ARM was up to 2.57 percent (0.5 point) from 2.51 percent.While the Fed’s latest announcement will no doubt play some part in rate changes in the weeks to come, Freddie Mac VP and chief economist Frank Nothaft pointed to housing developments as a factor in this week’s changes, noting an increase in “”housing starts””:https://themreport.com/articles/housing-starts-reach-highest-rate-in-almost-6-years-2013-12-18 in November to a five-year high; permits were also up, climbing to a rate of 1.07 million.Finance site “”Bankrate.com””:http://www.bankrate.com/, meanwhile, reported similar trends. According to the site’s weekly national survey, the 30-year fixed rate averaged 4.58 percent this week, while the 15-year fixed averaged 3.63 percent.Bankrate did, however, note a small decline in the 5/1 ARM, which was down a basis point to 3.33 percent.””Even with the Federal Reserve’s announcement of a tapering to the pace of the bond purchases, don’t expect a dramatic spike in mortgage rates. Rather, a tapering was inevitable and even this week’s announcement won’t actually take effect until January,”” Bankrate said in its release. “”The tapering itself is both modest–scaling back from $85 billion to $75 billion per month–but also a vote of confidence in the continuing economic recovery.”” December 19, 2013 467 Views
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