Publication of National Register of Citizens in Assam: SC says ‘no’ to extension of deadline

Posted On Dec 3 2019 by

first_imgThe Supreme Court on Tuesday declined pleas to extend the date for the final publication of National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam by two months from May 31 to July 31 of this year.A Bench led by Justice Ranjan Gogoi stressed that the ongoing work should be completed by May 31 without “any interference from any quarter”.The NRC is being prepared to identify illegal migrants residing in the north-eastern State.The court took exception to a submission made by the Centre and the State coordinator for the NRC that the process would be completed by July 31, instead of May 31.Attorney-General K.K. Venugopal submitted that a status report from the State Coordinator showed that the verification of around one crore persons in the State was yet to be done and this exercise would take till July 31.State coordinator Prateek Hajela submitted that the verification process involved house visits and a mop-up operation was required. “You push it up. We are not going to push it down. Do it by May 31, not a day later,” Justice Gogoi made the court’s stand clear.When Mr. Venugopal said the May 31 deadline was an impossible one, Justice Gogoi observed: “ Our business is to make the impossible, possible and we will do it.”The court posted the matter for hearing on March 27.last_img read more

Its unfair to Saketh to miss ties: Anand Amritraj

Posted On Nov 27 2019 by

first_imgNew Delhi, Sep 15 (PTI) Indias non-playing captain Anand Amritrajs commiserations were with Saketh Myneni, who will miss the Davis Cup tie against Czech Republic, as Leander Paes has returned to the team after opting out of the New Zealand tie. Paes preferred to play for Washington Castles, one of the seven Franchisees in World Team Tennis event, when India travelled to Christchurch in July. Amritraj hailed 27-year-old Myneni as a team man. “He has been a rock. He expected it might happen and has taken it well. I have high regard for him. He has accepted the situation. When Lee wants to play, he gets to play but our team is stronger with Leander and Rohan playing the doubles rubber. Saketh is good but he does not have experience and he does not have the scare factor which Leander and Rohan have,” Amritraj said before a practice session. Asked if it was not unfair that Myneni has to warm benches when Paes plays at his convenience. “Its been unfair to Saketh in my personal opinion. He has been with us in thick and thin. Last year Chinese Taipei and Korea were really difficult matches, which Rohan and Saketh played and won. This time in New Zealand we did not win, we played a difficult match. He is a good team player and that comes from college tennis in US. But this is how life is, he has accepted it which is great,” the captain said. Myneni made his Davis Cup debut against Chinese Taipei in February 2014 and has won two doubles and one singles match so far. In the recent tie against New Zealand, he and Bopanna lost to Daniell Marcus and Artem Sitak in straight sets. Amritraj said he felt “depressed” after that match and feared that India might lose the tie. But he said the Kiwi players displayed high quality tennis defying their low individual rankings. PTI AT AH KHSadvertisementlast_img read more

India close in on big win in historic 500th Test

Posted On Nov 26 2019 by

first_imgSHARE New Zealand’s players celebrate after taking the wicket of Virat Kohli.   –  Reuters COMMENT COMMENTS SHARE SHARE EMAIL New Zealand’s players celebrate after taking the wicket of Virat Kohli.   –  Reuters × September 25, 2016 cricket India positioned themselves for a massive win in their 500th cricket Test by polishing off the New Zealand top-order after setting them a colossal 434-run target, propelled by unbeaten half-centuries from Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja here today.New Zealand were tottering at 93 for four in their second innings with the exuberant Luke Ronchi (38) and the steady Mitchell Santner (8) at the crease when stumps were drawn on the fourth day.The Black Caps require a history-defying effort to win the Test as no team has ever chased such a daunting target.They still need 341 runs and batting three sessions on a fifth-day wicket is not something visiting teams have achieved often in India.Earlier, negotiating a spin-friendly track with aplomb, Rohit (68) and Jadeja (50) raised a 100-run stand in quick time after India lost four wickets, starting the day at 159 for one.Left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner dismissed two batsmen while Ish Sodhi and Mark Craig claimed a wicket apiece but only to see the next Indian pair hammer them around the park as India declared their second innings at 377 for five at the stroke of tea.Rohit and Jadeja never looked uncomfortable on the deteriorating fourth-day Green Park track, entertaining the Sunday crowd with some quality strokes, including three sixes by the left-hander.However, when Indian spinners bowled, New Zealand batsmen were were all at sea on the pitch as off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin removed both the openers — Martin Guptill (0) and Tom Latham (2) — in the space of five balls to cause ripples in the rival camp.Guptill was first to go by handing an inside edge to forward short-leg fielder while left-handed Latham was caught in front of the wicket while defending.Ashwin could have got Kane Williamson (25), when he was on 16, had Umesh Yadav held on to a tough chance at square leg boundary but the off—spinner did not have to wait for long to see the back of the New Zealand captain as he trapped him soon and completed a milestone of 200 Test wickets.He is only the ninth Indian to get that figure but fastest among all, doing it in his 37th match. He bettered Harbhajan Singh’s record, who took 46 matchesAshwin is the second fastest in the world behind Australian Clarrie Grimmett (36 matches).A run out was the last thing that New Zealand needed but Ross Taylor blundered by not grounding his bat even when he had made the crease, attempting a couple of runs with Ronchi. Published onlast_img read more


Posted On Nov 16 2019 by

first_imgHarris Fernandez says the improvements to the Art Center and the recently opened Gilchrist Learning Center were accomplished by a partnership between the city and private donors:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC…….of the Art Center. :15Following the open house, a public reception will be held in the Art Center’s Atrium from 5 – 7 pm to with remarks at 6 pm. Some improvements have been made to the Sioux City Art Center, and Director Al Harris Fernandez says an open house will be held on Saturday to showcase the changes:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……….two new spaces. :13There are also improvements to the Junior League Hands On Gallery for children.last_img read more

Garcia denies abusing Umtiti

Posted On Nov 14 2019 by

first_imgBarcelona Sergio Garcia denies racially abusing Barcelona’s Samuel Umtiti Ryan Benson 23:35 2/5/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(4) Sergio Garcia Espanyol Getty Barcelona Espanyol v Barcelona Espanyol Primera División The Espanyol star responded to media reports that he racially abused the Barcelona defender in the tunnel after Sunday’s derby Espanyol forward Sergio Garcia has strenuously denied media reports claiming he racially abused Samuel Umtiti during Sunday’s Barcelona derby.Garcia and Umtiti clashed several times during the match, with the Spaniard producing a nasty tackle on his counterpart early on and also appearing to dive near him in the penalty area later in the game.One of their altercations occurred just before full-time in the 1-1 draw at the RCDE Stadium and discussions continued in the tunnel. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player It was reported that the two clashed and had to be separated by Gerard Pique, with Garcia alleged to have aimed a racial slur at the Frenchman, before later apologising.But Garcia has spoken out on the matter, insisting he was not racist and that he has spoken with Umtiti to clear things up.Taking to his Instagram page before making it a private account, Garcia wrote: “First of all, to clarify, I already spoke with Samuel [on Sunday].”In no way was my behaviour racist. You all know my wife is an ethnic gypsy and I grew up in a neighbourhood with all the races in the world.”My brother-in-law [former Espanyol forward and current Cologne player Jhon Cordoba], with whom I have a strong friendship, is also African-American.”In the tension of the match, many things are said which should remain on the pitch.”last_img read more

Second-string Liverpool ousted by Wolves

Posted On Oct 27 2019 by

first_imgRuben Neves’ superb strike gave Wolves a 2-1 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup third round – making it back-to-back defeats for the Premier League leaders.Jurgen Klopp made nine changes to the XI that lost by the same scoreline to title rivals Manchester City last Thursday and they turned in a lethargic first-half display, trailing at the break to Raul Jimenez’s opener.Divock Origi found a fine equaliser but Portugal midfielder Neves raised the decibel levels significantly at Molineux with a decisive 55th-minute long ranger. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? One of the players Klopp retained from the City defeat, Croatia centre-back Dejan Lovren, pulled up and had to be replaced in the sixth minute, meaning 16-year-old Dutch defender Ki-Jana Hoever became Liverpool’s youngest player in FA Cup historyIt was a couple of senior men who let their manager down in the 38th minute when Diogo Jota stole possession from James Milner and burst past Fabinho.Jota played in Jimenez, who still had plenty to do but bore down on goal and steered an unerring finish beyond Simon Mignolet.Liverpool pulled level six minutes into the second half when the hitherto anonymous Origi engineered a fraction of space on the edge of the box to smash home left footed.Parity did not last long as Neves found an even better finish by launching a typically dipping and swerving effort from 30 yards.| @rubendsneves_— The Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) January 7, 2019Jimenez had the chance to move Wolves closer to round four when he picked Hoever’s pocket but could not adjust his feet after going around Mignolet.The run of spectacular second-half strikes continued as a sumptuous free-kick from Liverpool winger Xherdan Shaqiri hit the inside of the right post and somehow bounced to safety.Klopp then called for the big guns, sending on Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, but Wolves held on.What does it mean? Klopp turns attention back towards biggest challengeManchester City manager Pep Guardiola insisted he was not in a position to choose between competitions and named a strong side to demolish Rotherham United 7-0 on Sunday. Klopp, whose squad depth is improved but does not quite match that enjoyed by Guardiola, evidently does not feel the same way and such a result always felt likely after the team-sheets were handed in.Neves adds another stunner to his collectionFormer Porto captain Neves won rave reviews early in the season but has only started one of Wolves’ past three Premier League matches. The 21-year-old was back to his sublime best here, controlling midfield with his exhaustive range of passing before producing another goal to linger in the memory.Listless Sturridge fails to make his caseLiverpool’s front two were notable for operating in not-so-splendid isolation before half-time but Origi at least got himself on the scoresheet in style after the break. Daniel Sturridge, who was England’s first-choice striker at the start of Gareth Southgate’s reign, appears to have accepted his lot as back-up following a string of injuries and the fabulous form of Jurgen Klopp’s forwards. However, he only has six months remaining on his Anfield contract and this was a sorry pitch for an extension.Key Opta Facts:- Wolves earned their first home win against Liverpool in seven attempts (D3 L3), since a 1-0 win in August 1981.- Liverpool have been eliminated from six of their last eight FA Cup ties against fellow Premier League opponents.- Wolves have eliminated Liverpool from the FA Cup five times – Stoke City are the only side they have knocked out of the competition more (6).- Raul Jimenez’s goal was Wolves’ first at home against Liverpool in 398 minutes, since Kenny Miller scored a 90th-minute goal against them in January 2004.- Eight of  Ruben Neves’ nine goals for Wolves in all competitions have been from outside the box, with his other strike coming from the penalty spot.- Liverpool’s Divock Origi scored his second goal in the FA Cup, with the other also coming against Wolves back in January 2017.- Liverpool’s Xherdan Shaqiri has ended on the losing side in all four of his appearances in the FA Cup (three times with Stoke).What’s next?Liverpool will hope for more of the same from Wolves when they travel to Manchester City in seven days’ time, by which point an away victory at Brighton and Hove Albion could again put the Reds seven points clear of the reigning champions. read morelast_img read more

Monica Lewinsky To Stand Up For The Cyberbullied

Posted On Oct 16 2019 by

first_imgPublic speaker, social activist and Vanity Fair contributor Monica Lewinsky is to deliver the fifth annual Ogilvy & Mather Inspire lecture at this year’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity on Thursday 25th June at 2.00pm.Monica will speak at a historic time, just when Cannes is introducing the “Glass Lion” award – given for work which celebrates gender equality. She will be introduced by Tham Khai Meng, Ogilvy & Mather’s Worldwide Chief Creative Officer.Monica is determined to fight the global empathy crisis currently engulfing online media. As “patient zero” of this crisis, Monica is well placed to build awareness of our dangerous compassion deficit. The media maelstrom of online harassment she encountered 17 years ago, when she was just 24, gives her a unique, fascinating insight into this controversial issue.This landmark speech builds on Monica’s two recent, high profile appearances for TED and Forbes, as well as an acclaimed article for Vanity Fair called “Shame and Survival,” which broke her self-imposed silence in the media. In these media debuts, she talked candidly about how online victimisation can lead to suicidal ideation and how advertisers need to take responsibility for the role they are currently playing in creating future pop culture.Monica will ask the industry some challenging, sometimes-uncomfortable questions about the social media environment that is emerging and that it has a hand in shaping. She will urge the audience to be a force for building a more compassionate, empathetic online society.Ogilvy & Mather is delighted to support her courageous campaign and amplify her message, which fits with our long-standing commitment to encourage a more inclusive society. The agency urges business in particular to embrace diversity, tolerance, and compassion and reject the social shaming of individuals.Tham Khai Meng, Worldwide Chief Creative Officer at Ogilvy & Mather, said: “Monica Lewinsky is an eloquent, courageous and highly intelligent woman as evidenced by her recent TED Talk “The Price of Shame,” which has had over 5 million views to date. As the living embodiment of what can happen when a human being is dehumanised online by virtual stone throwers, she moves the important topic of cyberbullying center stage. We are proud to support Monica in her mission to stamp out online harassment. We believe businesses like ours can play an important role in getting her inspiring messages out to create a more compassionate, empathetic society.”Monica Lewinsky added: “I am honored and grateful for the opportunity that Ogilvy & Mather has given me to speak out on this issue to an extraordinary audience of those who can effect change. We need a cultural revolution on this matter. Public shaming as a blood sport has to stop, and it’s time for an intervention on the Internet and in our culture.”Previous Ogilvy & Inspire speakers have included astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson; philosopher and author, Alain de Botton; architect, Rem Koolhaas; and international advisor on education, Sir Kenneth Robinson.last_img read more

Man charged with social media threats about a Saskatchewan country music festival

Posted On Oct 15 2019 by

first_imgTyrell Eric McKay, who is 30 and is from the Fort Qu’Appelle area has been charged with uttering threats and breach of probation. Police did not identify the music festival. Facebook Officers say they identified a suspect and after trying to find the person, a person turned himself in. RCMP say a member of the public alerted them about the threats on Wednesday. Twitter Advertisement A Saskatchewan man is facing charges after he made online threats in connection with a Saskatchewan country music event.center_img Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement FORT QU’APPELLE, Sask. — A man has been charged after threats were made on social media about a Saskatchewan country music event scheduled for next summer. He is to appear in court in Fort Qu’Appelle on Monday. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img read more

Accessory trial provides grisly look at triple homicide

Posted On Oct 7 2019 by

LONDON Shocking details emerged in court Friday about the slayings of three Six Nations residents found dead in the back of a pickup truck southwest of London last fall.Superior Court Justice Peter Hockin was told at the trial of Kirsten Bomberry, 36, of Six Nations, that the two men and one woman were found dead in the pickup truck’s bed on Bodkin Road, just outside Oneida Nation of the Thames, near London, and were killed days earlier at Bomberry’s home on Six Nations.Bomberry has pleaded not guilty to three counts of accessory after the fact to murder. And the question facing Hockin is: Why did Bomberry conceal evidence?In March, police announced three Six Nations residents – two men and a woman – had been charged with murder.On Friday, court was told in a synopsis by Middlesex County Crown attorney Joe Perfetto that the bodies were discovered by hunters on Nov. 4, 2018, just after 10 a.m. They were tied up with cords and ties, wrapped in blankets and covered with a tent canvas. Police and emergency crews were called to the scene and a coroner pronounced all three dead.Perfetto told Hockin that Melissa Trudi Miller, 37, who was seven months pregnant at the time of her death, had been cut in the neck and stabbed in the chest. Michael Shane Jamieson, 32, was shot in the chest. Alan Grant Porter, 33, died of multiple stab wounds to the face and neck.A witness told police that Bomberry told her details about the deaths, including that they happened at Bomberry’s house at the end of October 2018. The police believe it was the night of Oct. 29 and into Oct. 30.The bodies, the witness said, had been wrapped in blankets found at Bomberry’s house and several people helped load them into the back of the truck.Bomberry had a single-shot shotgun and a knife in a gym bag inside the truck of her vehicle. She had the witness retrieve them and put them by a fire pit to be buried on Bomberry’s property. The weapons were wrapped in a blanket, the witness told police.Later, the witness told police that Bomberry had re-buried the weapons off a highway. A police search turned up both the gun and the knife where the witness said they would be found.Perfetto said the witness told police that in the days after the homicides that she returned to Bomberry’s home. The flooring had been ripped out and “everything was gone from the living room.”The table, bed, couch and chair had been removed. There was a constant fire in the two fire pits on the property, which included a mobile home, a trailer and an abandoned house.Police searched the property and found parts of clothing and furniture in the pits. There was “a blood-like substance found.”Perfetto told the court there were a lot of cleaning products on the property.Bomberry was arrested on Nov. 23, 2018. She told police that Miller, Porter and Jamieson had been at her house, but denied being part of the homicides.“She claimed she last saw them walking down her driveway after asking them to leave the property,” Perfetto said.Later, she told police she buried the knife and the shotgun.The trial continues with arguments on Tuesday.Three people are in custody facing murder charges. Nicholas Shipman, 36, faces three counts of second-degree murder; Thomas Bomberry, 30, faces two counts of second-degree murder; and Jamie Beaver, 32, faces one count of second-degree read more

How The 68 Raiders Can Still Make The Playoffs

Posted On Sep 28 2019 by

The Oakland Raiders have less than a 1 percent chance to make the playoffs. But that means there’s still a chance! To see how they can make it to a wild-card game, watch the video above.

Man is told his wife has died in hospital only for him

Posted On Sep 25 2019 by

first_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. I said ‘if this is a joke, it is a sick one’Frank Priddis Bosses at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital have apologisedCredit:Barry Batchelor /PA “It turns out the nurse that had made the call had in fact picked up the wrong file and contacted the wrong family. I said ‘if this is a joke, it is a sick one’.”Mr Priddis has attended several meeting with the hospital’s Trust over the incident. He said they were promised that protocol was in place to ensure that paperwork and wristbands were double checked so that similar incidents could not happen again.Mrs Priddis has since died and he decided not to go public with the mix-up at the time of the error in September 2016 as he did not want her to know anything about the error. The Royal Devon & Exeter Hospitacenter_img A man was told by a hospital nurse that his wife had died, only to turn up and find her asleep on the ward an hour later.Frank Priddis, 63, was left grieving for his wife Sandra unnecessarily after nurses mixed up her details with another patient.Mrs Priddis was at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital receiving treatment for bladder cancer when her family received the call from a nurse.Mr Priddis, a bus driver from Exeter, Devon, said he had to wait an hour to find out that his wife was still alive.He said: “The nurse told me that my wife had passed away approximately an hour previously. Em Wilkinson-Brice, chief nurse at the hospital Trust, said: “Our staff make every effort to deliver the highest standards of compassionate care and support to patients and their families.”We are therefore really sorry for this lapse and for the upset and distress it has caused Mr Priddis and his family.”We are very grateful for the time Mr Priddis spent with us discussing his complaint and for his constructive suggestions.”We have taken these on board and as a result we have since changed our processes to minimise the risk of a patient being wrongly identified in this particular way again.” “She asked if we could come over to the hospital to see the doctor who would explain exactly what had happened. We went straight to the Torridge Ward and reported to the nurse’s station.”We were acknowledged by another member of staff who asked if she could help. We explained that we had arrived to speak to the doctor as we were told that my wife had just passed away. She apologised and said she would get the nurse in charge.”In the meantime, for some unknown reason, I just happened to turn and look through the window into the ward, where I saw my wife fast asleep in her bed.last_img read more

Wilmington School Lunch Menus Week of June 9 2019

Posted On Sep 11 2019 by

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are the Wilmington Public Schools lunch menus for the week of June 9, 2019.Wilmington High School & Wilmington Middle SchoolMonday, June 10, 2019High School: ExamsMiddle School: French Toast Sticks with Syrup; Sausage Link; Hashbrowns; Fresh FruitTuesday, June 11, 2019High School: ExamsMiddle School: Chicken Patty or Spicy Chicken Patty on a Wholewheat Roll; Steamed Veggies; Fresh FruitWednesday, June 12, 2019Last Day Of School — NO LUNCHThursday, June 13, 2019No SchoolFriday, June 14, 2019No SchoolLunch ($2.65-$2.85) includes: Entree (main or alternative); Vegetable, Fruit or Juice and 8 oz. Assorted Lowfat Milk or Skim MilkAlternate Daily Lunch Choices at High School: Salad Bar, Pizza, Soup & Choice of SandwichAlternate Daily Lunch Choices at Middle School: Pre-made SaladAlso Available Daily: Variety of Fresh Fruit, Side Caesar salad or Baby Carrots, WG Bagel with Cheese StickMenus Subject To Occasional ChangeParticipates in The Farm-To-School ProgramWest Intermediate, North Intermediate, Shawsheen Elementary, Woburn Street ElementaryMonday, June 10, 2019French Toast Sticks with Syrup; Sausage Link; Hashbrowns; Baby Carrots; Fresh FruitTuesday, June 11, 2019Chicken Patty or Spicy Chicken Patty on a Wholewheat Roll; Steamed Veggies; Fresh FruitWednesday, June 12, 2019Last Day Of School — NO LUNCHThursday, June 13, 2019No SchoolFriday, June 14, 2019No SchoolLunch ($2.40) includes: Entree (Main or alternative); Vegetable, Fruit or Justice and MilkAlternate Daily Lunch Choices: Ham & Cheese, Turkey & Cheese, Tuna, Salad Bar (Woburn St. only), Premade Salads (North, West & Shawsheen only), Pizza (Mon & Wed only), Bagels (Tues & Thurs only)Also Available Daily: Assorted Lowfat Milk or Skim Milk; Assorted Fresh Fruit; Assorted Juice; DessertMenus Subject To Occasional ChangeParticipates in The Farm-To-School ProgramBoutwell Early Childhood Center & Wildwood Early Childhood CenterMonday, June 10, 2019French Toast Sticks with Syrup; Sausage Link; Hashbrowns; Baby Carrots; Fresh FruitTuesday, June 11, 2019Chicken Patty or Spicy Chicken Patty on a Wholewheat Roll; Steamed Veggies; Fresh FruitWednesday, June 12, 2019Last Day Of School — NO LUNCHThursday, June 13, 2019No SchoolFriday, June 14, 2019No SchoolLunch ($2.40) includes: Entree (main or alternative); Vegetable, Fruit or Juice and assorted lowfat or skim milkAlternate Daily Lunch Choices: WG Pizza (Mon. & Wed. only); Whole Wheat Bagel & Cheese Stick (Tues. & Thurs. only); Turkey & Cheese sandwich on WG bread (Mon., Wed., Fri. only); Ham & Cheese sandwich on WG bread (Tues. & Thurs. only)Also Available Daily: Assorted snacks and baked goods ($0.50-$0.60)Menus Subject To Occasional ChangeParticipates in The Farm-To-School Program(NOTE: View these menus, plus the Gluten Free menus, online HERE. The cover photo is from Jamie Boudreau’s Airgoz Aerial Photography.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington School Lunch Menus (Week of August 26, 2019)In “Education”Wilmington School Lunch Menus (Week of September 2, 2019)In “Education”Wilmington School Lunch Menus (Week of September 9, 2019)In “Education”last_img read more

Converting waste heat into electricity works better in two dimensions

Posted On Aug 31 2019 by

first_img Explore further More information: Sunao Shimizu et al. “Enhanced thermopower in ZnO two-dimensional electron gas.” PNAS. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1525500113 The enlarged illustration (in the circle) shows a 2D electron gas on the surface of a zinc oxide semiconductor. When exposed to a temperature difference, the 2D region exhibits a significantly higher thermoelectric performance compared to that of bulk zinc oxide. The bottom figure shows that the electronic density of states distribution is quantized for 2D and continuous for 3D materials. Credit: Shimizu et al. ©2016 PNAS This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Improved thermoelectric materials with atomic layer deposition Citation: Converting waste heat into electricity works better in two dimensions (2016, June 8) retrieved 18 August 2019 from (—The large amount of waste heat produced by power plants and automobile engines can be converted into electricity due to the thermoelectric effect, a physics effect that converts temperature differences into electrical energy. Now in a new study, researchers have confirmed theoretical predictions that two-dimensional (2D) materials—those that are as thin as a single nanometer—exhibit a significantly higher thermoelectric effect than three-dimensional (3D) materials, which are typically used for these applications. © 2016 Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences The study, which is published in a recent issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by Sunao Shimizu et al., could provide a way to improve the recycling of waste heat into useful energy.Previous research has predicted that 2D materials should have better thermoelectric properties than 3D materials because the electrons in 2D materials are more tightly confined in a much smaller space. This confinement effect changes the way that the electrons can arrange themselves. In 3D materials, this arrangement (called the density of states distribution) is continuous, but in 2D materials, this distribution becomes quantized—only certain values are allowed. At certain densities, the quantization means that less energy is required to move electrons around, which in turn increases the efficiency with which the material can convert heat into electrical energy.Experimentally demonstrating this thermoelectric enhancement in 2D materials has been challenging because of the difficulty in fabricating 2D materials with the appropriate electron arrangement. Although previous experiments have demonstrated this enhancement in certain materials, it has been unclear whether the mechanism of enhancement agrees with predictions.In the new study, the researchers fabricated a 2D electron gas on the surface of a zinc oxide semiconductor, and showed that this material’s thermoelectric properties can be directly compared to those of bulk zinc oxide because both 2D and 3D versions have a single electron band. “In order to discuss the thermoelectric effect unique to 2D materials, it is very important to control the carrier density in the 2D layers,” Shimizu, a researcher at the RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science in Saitama, Japan, told “Our approach, the electric field effect with ionic gating, enabled us to produce an ideal 2D layer and to control the carrier number.”Using their new approach, the researchers found that the 2D electron gas exhibits a thermoelectric effect that is approximately three times larger than that of the 3D semiconductor.This enhancement ratio is about twice as large as predicted by a simple simulation, which the researchers suspect could be due to inaccuracies in estimating the thickness of the 2D layer, where even a few nanometers can make a big difference. They hope that future research will lead to more accurate approaches of estimating the thickness, providing a better measure of the thermoelectric effect enhancement. “The results of this study clearly remind us of the importance of low-dimensional materials and devices for realizing high-performance thermoelectric conversion,” Shimizu said. “In the future, I would like to investigate other low-dimensional materials, including nanotubes and quantum dots.”last_img read more

2600 banking service points coming soon across nonbanking villages

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first_imgKolkata: Following the direction of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the state Cooperation department is setting up ‘banking service points’ at non-banking villages.The Chief Minister had directed to take necessary steps to ensure that people in rural parts of the state do not need to travel long distances in order to avail banking services.There were around 700 Gram Panchayats without banking services. In a bid to end such an inconvenience, the state Cooperation department took up the step of installing banking service points. As many as 2,600 banking service points are being set up. Most of the banking services facilities will be available at the service points. Online banking services will also be available. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeArup Roy, the state Cooperation minister, announced that there won’t be anymore villages in the state without banking services facilities while addressing the convention on direct paddy procurement organised at Nazrul Mancha on Monday in which representatives of 1,000 cooperative societies were present.State Education Minister Partha Chatterjee, state Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister Firhad Hakim, state Food and Supplies minister Jyotipriya Mallick and state Agriculture Marketing minister Tapan Dasgupta were present at the inaugural function. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedMentioning that around 28 lakh metric tonne paddy was purchased directly from farmers in the last fiscal, Roy said: “This year as well his department is ready to go for direct purchase as per the target that will be set by the Chief Minister.” He further said that 80 percent of the total paddy purchase in the state takes place through cooperative societies. “Moreover, one lakh families will get Rs 18,000 each as financial support for poultry farming,” he added. Chatterjee said distress sell of agricultural produce by farmers has become a matter of past and this comes at a time when cooperative banks have provided more help through agricultural loans compared to other banks. He also took a dig at the erstwhile Left Front government for corruption in the cooperation system.It may be mentioned that around Rs 4,000 crore was disbursed as agricultural loan in 2017-18 through cooperatives, while the amount has increased to Rs 5200 in 2018-19. He further said he will be speaking to the Chief Minister to ensure that storage capacity for vegetables is increased. The step is needed to check wastage of vegetables.While speaking at the programme, Hakim said: “Farmers income has increased manifold in the state and it has ensured development in the state’s rural economy.” He added that no more distress sell takes place in the state.Mallick, whose department works hand in glove with the state Cooperation department in direct purchase of paddy, said: “Bengal is now a role model for the Centre as we directly transfer money to the bank account of farmers. Moreover, a toll free number will be introduced on which a farmer can call and inform if he wants to sell paddy. Subsequently, officials will visit his place with a truck to buy the same.”He further maintained that his department is yet to get Rs 300 crore for supplying rice for ICDS centres and midday meals. “Now, the Centre and the Food Corporation of India are at loggerheads over who’s going to pay for the same,” Mallick said adding that his department is prepared to supply 4 lakh metric tonne rice for ICDS centres and midday meal.last_img read more

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first_imgFood critics, bloggers and enthusiasts are in for a treat as they can witness the expertise of culinary geniuses along with getting a chance to explore various facets of Indian cuisine. Indian Culinary Forum along with the Hospitality First and ITPO hosted the ‘Culinary Art India 2016’ on Tuesday at Pragati Maidan. The event, which is a part of Aahar International Food and Hospitality fair, will see culinary exhibitions, competitions and live cooking contests apart from stalls of food products from around the globe being held at the venue. It is a platform to create awareness about the profession of chefs and felicitate the achievers. The five-day event will go on till March 19.   Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The event has around 300 chefs exhibiting their skills under one roof and participating in various categories of competitions. All the jury members for the competitions are WACS (World Association of Chefs Societies) certified chefs and renowned food critics.Chef Shanli Ong Beng Yew from Malaysia, who is presiding as the chairperson of the jury, said, “We are evaluating the preparations on the levels of creativity of the chefs through taste, proportion and presentation of the dishes. First the eye appeal and then the taste matters, that is the whole idea of culinary art. So far I have seen that the young Indian chefs are very innovative and creative with their methods of cooking.” Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe event started with chefs showcasing authentic Indian regional cuisine. Other categories of competitions include artistic pastry showpiece, fruit and vegetable carving, petit fours and pralines, three-course dinner menu, three tier wedding cakes, plated appetisers and pralines, dress the cake, artistic bakery showpiece, plated desserts and mocktails.Chef Devinder Kumar, President, Indian Culinary Forum said, “The overall participation has increased this year. We evaluate them based on the merits and maintain total transparency. Only the best of the best are awarded for specific categories. It is also a very good platform for visitors, as they also get to see the latest trends in cooking.” The winners of the competitions will be announced on March 19, at the end of the event.  Chef Lukesh Bajaj, one of the participants in the category of authentic Indian regional cuisine said, “North Indian cuisine is my specialty. I have put up two main courses, including vegetarian dishes and non-vegetarian dishes, rice, chapattis and two desserts-‘phirni’ and chocolate ‘gulab jamun’. I had a great experience participating in today’s competition.” Among several stalls of processed food and beverages were Tops, India Gate, and many foreign brands from around the world. The Aahar International Food and Hospitality Fair is not only a forum for exhibiting culinary skills but also a large platform for entrepreneurs and food brands to showcase their products and stimulate business-to-business and business-to-customers sales.last_img read more

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Demonstrations will showcase how Agfa HealthCare’s IMPAX solution effectively manages a multitude of tasks; from scheduling, patient check-in, order generation, reading and reporting from inside the radiology department or from remote locations, through to the final report and images being available in a wide array of technologies including inside an electronic medical record (EMR). Impax also includes advanced visualization softwareNew and well-established solutions, including Impax RIS, PACS, and Reporting workflow convergence systems and new Impax Business Intelligence and Data Mining tools with real-time digital dashboards, powerful reports, alerts, and notification as well as benchmarking, will be highlighted. 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first_imgMetzingen – On October 22, HUGO BOSS will be opening a store at 401 West 14th Street that features an absolutely unique interior design and merchandising concept created exclusively for this location.Inspired by the special flair of the Meatpacking District, a design was developed in conjunction with star Italian architect Matteo Thun which integrates harmoniously into the streetscape yet makes its own standout statement. For the first time the highlights from all the HUGO BOSS men’s and women’s collections will be showcased jointly, here in the 350m2 (approx. 4,000 sq.ft) venue. The result is a distinctive, boutique-like environment that fuses the brand worlds of HUGO and the diverse BOSS lines into a “total look.”While a rough-hewn architectural mood predominates at the streetside front of the store, a warmer, more intimate atmosphere infuses the back. Sumptuous red velvet curtains and elements made of dark spyglass set a luxurious tone beneath a golden ceiling. This elegance counterpoints the location’s gray stone floor and exposed brickwork, both of which have been preserved in their original state. Diamond shaped structures in wood extend throughout the interior, creating an airy ambiance. Add furnishings in bronzed metal, leather and velvet – and an atmosphere ensues which mirrors the quarter’s urban and creative charm. Designed in cooperation with the renowned light artist AJ Weissbard, an elaborate illumination system – which produces lighting effects that react to the weather and time of day – rounds out the original concept.“This special, globally unique store concept is a tribute to New York and the Meatpacking District. When collaborating with Matteo Thun, our goal was to create something exceptionally distinctive that both reflected the character of its surroundings and forged a symbiosis with our collections,” commented Philipp Wolff, Director of Communication at HUGO BOSS AG. Matteo Thun noted, “The wooden framework cocoons the interior of the store, symbolizing the interconnectedness of the various HUGO BOSS lines and as such comprising an architectonic manifestation of the corporate identity. The interior assimilates the anima of the Meatpacking District, embracing an austere aesthetic that is attuned to the genius loci.”Beyond its venue in the Meatpacking District, HUGO BOSS is represented in New York by three further directly operated locations: BOSS stores at Columbus Circle and in SoHo, and a HUGO store on Greene Street.last_img read more

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According to the Australian Broadcast Corp. said Tuesday on the House floorThe GOP is not unified on these questions Trump promised not to touch Medicare and Social Security two programs that are popular among his base of working-class white votersDemocrats meanwhile say they expect to roll back significant elements of the tax plan if they gain power in the future Democrats have taken issue with the plan’s disproportionate benefits for the wealthy and corporationsHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelsoi went as far as to call the bill "Armageddon""I think the bill problem with it is it increases deficits by at least $1 trillion largely to finance a giant tax cut for the wealthy and corporations" said Lily Batchelder a tax law professor at New York University and former Obama administration officialDemocrats might not have a chance to do so unless they recapture the White House in 2020 but there is precedent – President Obama and congressional Republicans agreed to end the George W Bush tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans in a fiscal pact forged on New Year’s Eve 2012Still asking Americans to stomach spending cuts or tax hikes can prove difficult Technically-speaking the tax-cut legislation is supposed to trigger an equivalent amount of spending cuts under a congressional rule enacted in 2010 out of concern for the mushrooming federal debt Congress is widely expected to wave the ruleAnd while Republicans set a significant part of their package – provisions affecting individuals – to expire in 2025 to comply with a Senate rule limiting the impact of legislation on the deficit they say their expectation is those tax cuts will be extended bringing the price tag of the tax bill well beyond $15 trillionFor the next eight years however the GOP tax bill itself gives the vast majority of Americans a tax cut Only 5 percent will pay more next year according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center analysis of the final bill and most of those are people earning six-figures who live in major cities like New York and San Francisco"It’s not the kind of disaster many in the media have made it out to be" says economist Tyler Cowen of George Mason University "There’s a good chance it will prove popular next year once people see their taxes go down"Whatever the future holds it’s clear the GOP’s decision to increase the deficit to cut taxes breaks with recent precedent Republicans started the year promising to fix America’s corporate tax code but to do it in a way that was deficit neutralA big fiscal deal nearly achieved by Obama and then-House Speaker John Boehner R-Ohio would have raised taxes while cutting spending – modeled after the bipartisan Simpson Bowles Commission that had made similar recommendationsEven President Ronald Reagan’s tax overhaul in 1986 which many Republicans regard as the gold-standard was structured to be revenue neutral The new GOP bill took a far different approach"The bill is very consistent with Republican ideology that the solutions are all in the private sector" said William Gale a senior fellow at the Tax Policy Center and former staff economist at the Council for Economic Advisors under President George HW Bush "Businesses corporations and pass throughs are getting big breaks at the ultimate expense of the government’s ability to address any of the pressing social or domestic issues"There’s widespread agreement that in the short term the tax bill will grow the economy a bit faster perhaps eclipsing a rate of 4 percent for a quarter or twoThe question is what happens after the initial bounce Republicans argue that upswing will continue for many more years as businesses invest more If this projection proves accurate it will alleviate many of the fiscal pressures facing the country since economic growth itself will help stabilize the debt"I don’t think the tax bill pays for itself but I’m not as concerned about deficit impact as others are" says Glenn Hubbard dead of Columbia Business School and President George W Bush’s chief economist "We need to raise productivity growth in the US A tax cut on business income is a very big step in that direction"But if that optimism proves unwarranted as many analyses predict it could be present a peril to the nation especially if an economic downturn or a foreign policy crisis requires the government to step up spending"I thought it was bad enough we had debt at record levels" says Goldwein "But it’s going to get worse"Author Information:Heather Long is an economics correspondentUlster rugby and Ireland international players Stuart Olding and Paddy Jackson were yesterday found not guilty of raping a woman following a lengthy trial Blane McIlroy and Rory Harrison were also found not guilty for their respective charges of exposure and perverting the course of justiceNow that the trial is finished the full transcript of the messages sent between the players as well as between the complainant and her friends has been released to the public as reported by Belfast Live Paddy Jackson Stuart Olding Blane McIlroy and Rory Harrison met up on Monday June 26 2016 had a few drinks at Cutters Wharf pub and the Merchant Hotel before heading back to Jacksons house with four women McIlory messaged Jackson saying: "Is there a possibility of a threesome" The complainant claimed the after-party was getting a bit hectic and she decided to leave She claimed she had to go upstairs to get her bag and Jackson appeared from behind and raped her before Stuart Olding joined in She added that McIlroy tried to join in but didnt go through with itBlane McIlroy Credit: PA Harrison shared a cab with her around 5am walked her to her door and hugged her When he left he sent her a message saying: "Keep the chin up you wonderful young woman" She replied: "Thank you so much for leaving me home I really appreciate it Rory youve been far too kind" In the morning the woman messaged her friend saying: "Worst night ever so I got raped" She sent a text to another friend saying: "So I got raped by 3 Ulster fucking rugby scum brilliant fucking night "I feel sick"Rory Harrison Credit: PA She explained how the alleged rape went down telling her friend: "[Paddy Jackson had] already tried it on earlier and I firmly told him where to go "The next thing Im bent over the bed "I have bruising on my inner thighs I feel like Ive got bruising literally on my fanny They were so rough Ive got my period a week earlier" She said she was crying throughout the alleged ordeal and that a really nice guy took her home Her friend suggested she go to the police and tell them what happened but the complainant replied: "Im not going to the police Im not going up against Ulster Rugby Yea because thatll work "Id report it if I knew theyd get done but they wont" Her friend tried to reassure her by saying: "This does not define your life from now on You need counselling You just cannot deal with this on your own You need to get a full screening This is beyond serious now" That same morning Oldings mate messaged him saying: "How was she"Jackson and Olding Credit: PA "She was very very loose" was his reply He added: "Were all top shaggers There was a bit of spit roasting going on last night fellas It was like a merry go round at the carnival" Jackson messaged the group saying: "There was a lot of spit roast last night" Harrison messaged McIlroy: "What the fuck was going on Last night was hilarious" But when he was questioned about the complainant he told him: "Mate no jokes she was in hysterics wasnt going to end well" The complainant texted Harrison saying: "To be honest no I know you must be mates with those guys but I dont like them and what happened was not consensual which is why I was so upset "Again thank you for taking me home That was really appreciated"Paddy Jackson following the not guilty verdict Credit: PA Jackson Olding McIIroy and Harrison met for lunch that day while the complainant went to the Brook Clinic in Belfast before heading to a sexual assault referral 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