New Delhi: Air India has been spreading its wings to connect homes and hearts for generations as India’s most trusted flying ambassador at home and abroad. Taking a step further to strengthen its bond with young passengers, Air India has rolled out its magic carpet to make the flying time of its long-haul flight a breeze for the youngsters. A colourful magazine cum workbook for children aged 2-12 will be offered to keep them engaged in creative, fun-filled activities during the flight. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalBesides, Maharajah mementos and memorabilia will also be handed over to them. The highlight of the initiative is a log-book to be presented to each and every children of the long-haul flights where the Commander of the flight will give his stamp along with a Maharajah insignia. An innovative idea of the Air India CMD Ashwani Lohani, this initiative will go a long way in cementing the emotional bond the Maharajah shares with children and make them eagerly look forward to take the long duration flights operated by Air India from Delhi and other destinations. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostThe initiative was launched on the night of July 22, 2019, for the Delhi-New York flight AI 101 at the IGI Airport by the Commercial Director and other senior executives and received overwhelming appreciation from passengers from all age group. Since the first flight on October 15, 1932, Air India has grown to become a mega international airline with a network of 46 international destinations across the USA, Europe, Far-East, South-East Asia, Australia and the Gulf.
BURNABY, B.C. – Burnaby RCMP say they arrested a woman who chained herself to a work truck Friday morning, one day after the B.C. Supreme Court granted Trans Mountain an injunction against demonstrators.Just before 8 a.m., Mounties received a report of a demonstrator who had chained herself to a work vehicle, impeding its movement.Police say the 19-year-old woman was asked to remove the chains, but she refused and they arrested her for mischief.The RCMP say they want to remind those involved in the ongoing demonstrations that police are an impartial party and they are there to ensure the safety of everyone involved.On Thursday, a judge granted Trans Mountain an indefinite injunction aimed at preventing people from entering within five metres of work sites at the Burnaby and Westridge Marine terminals.
CALGARY, A.B. – Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. says the actual price the federal government will pay for its Trans Mountain pipeline system and expansion project will be hundreds of millions of dollars less than the $4.5 billion it announced in May.In a regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the company says it estimates it will have to pay at least $325 million in capital gains taxes to the Canadian government when the deal is concluded.It says that reduces the “net price” to $4.175 billion. The filing is designed to advise Kinder Morgan Canada shareholders in advance of their vote on the transaction in August. Houston-based parent company Kinder Morgan, Inc. owns about two-thirds of the shares.The document also recounts the negotiations that led to the deal, including an initial offer by the company to give the government a five per cent equity stake in return for financial guarantees and Ottawa’s counter suggestion it could buy 51 per cent of the pipeline assets.The filing notes that once they decided on a 100 per cent sale, Kinder Morgan offered to sell for $6.5 billion and the government came back with a counter offer of $3.85 billion.An attached report from adviser TD Securities concludes that the deal as negotiated is fair for shareholders.
Mumbai: Picking the West Indies and England as the biggest threat, India’s Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane on Monday said an “experienced” bowling attack on helpful English conditions could give Virat Kohli’s men edge in the World Cup. With a new round-robin format in place, he said early momentum and consistency will be key to India’s success in the tournament starting in the United Kingdom from May 30. “Overall our team is pretty strong. Our overall package is very good. This time the World Cup will be played in a new format, we will play nine league games, so momentum and consistency will be important,” said Rahane, who couldn’t find a place in the squad. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: Rijiju”If you start well you will have to keep up the momentum, you will have to play consistent cricket throughout the tournament. In ICC tournament any team picks up momentum at any time, so we can’t take any team lightly,” added the right-handed batsman, who last played an ODI for India in February 16, 2018 against South Africa in Centurion. The Mumbai batsman said India’s bowling attack will give them edge on helpful English conditions. “Our overall attack, both pace and spin, is very experienced. The good thing is that all the bowlers in our team are wicket-takers and the team which has wicket-taking bowlers, their chances increase. We have bowlers who can pick up wickets in any situation,” he said. Also Read – Djokovic to debut against Shapovalov at Shanghai Masters”The English conditions will definitely help our bowlers because they know the conditions well having played their recently. “They will definitely have to make some adjustments but that won’t be a problem.” Talking about other teams, Rahane picked New Zealand, apart from the West Indies and England, as favourites along with India. “I don’t believe in pinpointing any particular team but England is a good team. New Zealand have done well in ICC tournaments and West Indies is an unpredictable side. They can beat any team on their day,” he said. Rahane, who led the limited overs side at times in the past, said Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s vast experience will be of great help for skipper Kohli in the showpiece. “Virat is a very good leader. Everyone has different qualities. Mahi bhai (Dhoni) has different quality of leadership and Virat will definitely get good support and guidance from Mahi bhai. He is such a senior player and being the wicketkeeper he can set the entire field and guide the bowlers on what length and line to bowl,” he said. Talking about his personal career, Rahane said just like any other cricketer, he also aspired to play in the World Cup.
CAIRO, March 18, 2014 (AFP) – Egyptian police prevented supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi from holding a press conference on Tuesday, asking journalists to leave the venue.The press conference was called by the Islamist Anti-Coup Alliance in response to an official report on a deadly police crackdown on pro-Morsi protest camps in August.An AFP correspondent who went to attend found police deployed outside the venue. They took down the names of journalists in attendance and advised the AFP correspondent to leave. An activist of the Islamist group said two organisers were arrested. Security officials confirmed the police intervention but not the arrests.Police dispersed two Islamist protest camps in Cairo on August 14, a month after the army overthrew Morsi, killing hundreds of his supporters in clashes.The National Council for Human Rights said in a report released on Monday that 632 people were killed in one of the protest camps, including eight policemen.It said that exchanges of fire erupted after “some armed elements suddenly opened fire” and killed an officer calling on protesters to disperse. Tuesday’s pro-Morsi press conference was called to “reply to the falsified claims” made in the report, an email invitation said.More than 1,400 people have been killed in the crackdown on Morsi’s supporters, according to Amnesty International.Thousands more, including Morsi and most of the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood, have been detained.
The emergency survey was conducted one week after the Category 4 storm, which devastated supplies and crops across the island. Fifty per cent of livestock was lost and agriculture has been virtually wiped out in the Department of Grande-Anse, a department in the southwest. Along the southern coast, fishing has been rendered impossible, as flooding has washed away nets, traps, boats, and engines. Without fishing income, families have no money to buy food. Moreover, in the Department of Sud, just south of Grande-Anse, subsistence crops are gone. Ninety per cent of the forest and fruit trees in the department were severely damaged, and the remaining ten percent are unlikely to be productive in the coming season.“Local products on the markets will soon be depleted and we need more funding in order to continue food distributions to help 800,000 people in need of food aid which is more than urgent,” announced Miguel Barreto, the Regional Director in Latin America and the Caribbean for WFP, in a news release. With the winter crop season approaching, the situation for agricultural producers who have lost everything is desperate. “If we don’t act now to provide them with seed, fertilizer, and other materials they need, they will not be able to plant and will be faced with persisting food insecurity,” urged FAO’s Representative in Haiti, Nathanaël Hishamunda. FAO is committed to working with Haiti’s Ministry of Agriculture in order to implement the emergency response plan, which will focus on helping people resume agricultural activities and improving food security in rural areas.While the southern part of Haiti has seen some of the worst devastation, elsewhere between 60 and 90 per cent of crops have been destroyed. In the Department of Artibonite, 60 to 80 per cent of livestock were wiped out, and the assessment found a forty percent trade loss for fishing communities in the Department of Sud-Est. In order to meet the food assistance needs in Haiti, the humanitarian community requires an additional $56 million over the next three months.
Junior forward Ryan Dzingel (18) attempts to win a faceoff during a game against Michigan March 2 at Nationwide Arena. OSU lost, 4-3.Credit: Ben Jackson / For The LanternThe Big Ten men’s hockey leading scorer is no longer going to wreak havoc on opposing college defenders.Ohio State junior forward Ryan Dzingel announced his intentions to forgo his senior season after signing an entry-level contract with the NHL’s Ottawa Senators.“It was a very difficult decision leaving my friends and the program I love. I felt like it was the right choice for me moving forward with my career, even though Ohio State is heading in the right direction,” Dzingel said in a press release. “Thank you again to my teammates, coaches and fans. I will miss it.”Dzingel’s deal is for two years, and he is also set to sign an amateur tryout agreement. Doing so means he is set to be assigned to the team’s American Hockey League affiliate — the Binghamton Senators — for the rest of the season.Dzingel finished his junior year at OSU as the Big Ten’s leader in goals (22) and points (46), and was named to the All-Big Ten team in addition to being a finalist for this year’s Hobey Baker Award, given to the nation’s top college player.First-year OSU coach Steve Rohlik said the team is looking forward to seeing Dzingel compete at the professional level.“We are very proud of Ryan and all he has accomplished at Ohio State,” Rohlik said in the release. “We are excited for his new journey and wish him all the best.”Dzingel finished at or tied for the team lead in points at OSU in each of his three seasons as a Buckeye, compiling a total of 108 points in 110 games.The Wheaton, Ill., native was drafted by Ottawa in seventh round of the 2011 NHL Draft. The Senators’ next game is scheduled for Friday against the Rochester Americans.Dzingel did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request for comment Wednesday.
ANY DEBATE ABOUT whether the parading culture in Northern Ireland is under threat needs to be honest and informed.Too much of what passes for informed comment is little more than hype or myth. Not letting the facts get in the way of reason is all too common.Here are the facts from the last financial year – 2012-2013 – the latest full year. Almost certainly numbers will increase again next year.In 2012-2013 just under 4,500 parades took place in Northern Ireland, and of these 2,569 were parades from a Loyal Order/Loyalist/unionist community background.Of the remaining near 2,000 parades, 175 were from a nationalist/republican background and the rest were other charity or civic events such as Belfast Pride.In his book The RUC – A Force Under Fire (p324) Chris Ryder identifies 1,897 Loyalist and 223 republican parades having taken place in 1985.That means not just an increase of 3 per cent in the number of Loyal Order/Loyalist parades between last year and this, but a 35 per cent increase in the last 30 years or so. There have never been more paradesIs the parading culture under threat? Clearly, factually, it is not – going by the volume. There have never been more parades.Is the Parades Commission over-zealous or “draconian” in how it approaches those that are deemed contentious?Well, just 225 of the total of 4,500 were deemed contentious or sensitive in 2012-2013 including the 51 weekly parades by Portadown District which has the same restriction applied. Taking that as the same parade and restriction, it would leave 174 contentious parades out of a grand total of just under 4,450.The Commission considers all of these, gathers evidence and takes on board all submissions before making a judgement. Of these 174 sensitive parades, around a quarter (24 per cent) have no action taken at all and proceed entirely as notified. Less than half (40 per cent) have a route restriction applied. Very often when a route restriction is applied frequent feedback from local paraders suggest it is a restriction now accepted and considered fair and balanced.Over-zealous Parades Commission?Is the Parades Commission over-zealous or draconian? No, and indeed is all too often criticised for getting less involved than some believe necessary.The fact is that all of our futures are tied together. Whether our grandchildren, Protestant or Catholic, resident or those parading, believe their identity and culture is understood and respected will depend on the relationship they have with each other.And that will depend on what we, in this generation, teach our children to teach theirs.This article was originally published on EamonMallie.com.Peter Osborne is Chair of the Parades Commission. He can be followed on twitter at @PeterOsborne_Read: Parades, protests and flags on the agenda as US diplomat arrives in BelfastRead: Parades Commission chairman hits out at Belfast riotsRead: Northern Ireland has a choice about ‘what type of summer’ it wants
Everyone loves watching high quality aerial shots as they sweep by on the big screen. Traditionally, those shots are captured by movie studios renting full size helicopters with industrial grade cameras attached. Of course, the cost of this setup is more than a normal everyday person could afford, and brings with it several logistical problems as well. For a while now, movie directors and producers have been looking for a suitable alternative using remote controlled mini copters, but could not find one that was stabilized enough for shooting the type of footage they needed.Enter the OM-Copter, a payload deployment system that has eight separate rotors to give it smooth, stable flight. With this mini vehicle, it is now possible to get great footage suitable for use in major movies.And use it they have! Peter Jackson, the man behind the Lord of the Rings trilogy and the upcoming Hobbit movie used the OM-Copter with a $58,000 camera called the Red Epic. This setup has the ability to capture what is called ultra high def 5k footage. In essence, the Red Epic can capture full RAW data at 30 fps, which gives amazing quality. Jackson and his crew put this bad boy in the air, the results of which will be seen when the Hobbit is released.Check out the video above of a flight with the Red Epic attached, there are some samples of what kind of footage the camera is capturing below too, but being the internet viewers will miss out on the ultra high def video.
The Greek-Cypriot community has commemorated the anniversary of the Turkish invasion of their homeland with the resounding commitment never to forget the injustice that started 35 years ago.A program of activities which started on Thursday with a rally outside of the Turkish consulate came to an end yesterday with a memorial service at St Eustathios in South Melbourne and a rally on the steps of Parliament House at lunchtime.The rally for ‘Justice in Cyprus’ was attended by Dr Titos Christofidis, Under Secretary to the President of Cyprus as well as young people dressed in folkloric costumes holding flags and banners, relatives of people killed or who disappeared at the time of the invasion in 1974 and representatives from a range of Greek and Cypriot community organisations. The crowd at Parliament House was addressed by Dr Christofidis and by the National and Victorian president of the Coordinating Committee for Justice in Cyprus. The organisers expressed their satisfaction with the attendance at the rally.However attendance at the rally was down in comparison to previous years.Dr Christofidis and the High Commissioner of Cyprus, Iaonnis Iakovou also attended the events in Melbourne last Friday, the second day of the commemorations. The annual protest outside the Turkish embassy was not well attended and the petition to the Turkish authorities made its way to the embassy via the Australian Federal Police, since embassy officials refused to meet with the Cypriot delegation. The vigil at the steps of the Victorian Parliament was a sombre event and one that captured public attention. The protesters then moved to the premises of the Greek-Cypriot Community of Melbourne and Victoria for a modest dinner of memory and contemplation.The vice-president of the Cypriot Community Tony Kyriakou made a passionate plea during his address for the young Cypriot-Australians to always remember the injustice that keeps their country divided and never give up their fight for a just solution. The notable absence of young Greek-Cypriots from this year’s commemorations matched the poorly organised presentation on Friday night on the destruction of churches in the occupied territories.The absence of Cypriot and Greek community leaders was also visible at the dinner. However a dignified speech by federal MP Maria Vamvakinou saw her reaffirm that “we’ll be coming here every year and for as long as it’s needed until a just solution is reached”. Dr Christofidis captured the audience’s attention with his restrained passion and repeated the Cypriot government’s position that “ timelines for a solutions are not important , what is important is the content of the solution” while at the same time he voiced his disappointment with the Turkish-Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat by saying that he didn’t match up to President Christofias’ expectations.Additional reporting by Claire Gazis. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
iOS domine largement le marché des professionnelsDominé par Android sur le marché des smartphones, iOS conserve la préférence des professionnels en matière de terminaux mobiles, et ce très largement. L’iPhone et l’iPad sont en quatre fois plus prisés entreprise que le système d’exploitation (OS) de Google.Si Android est le numéro un mondial du marché des smartphones, il n’est pas près de détrôner son concurrent iOS du côté des professionnels. C’est du moins ce qu’affirme un bilan dressé par Good Technology, spécialiste de la sécurisation des smartphones et tablettes en entreprise, à l’issue du premier trimestre de l’année 2012.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?”Le nombre de déploiements des appareils iOS et Android chez les clients Good Technology a augmenté de plus de 50% au cours des 12 derniers mois, alors que la moyenne de taille de déploiements des clients ont plus que doublé sur la même période”, affirme la société dans son rapport. Et les six principaux terminaux mobiles utilisés au sein des entreprises sont des produits Apple, indique Good Technology.80% de pommes Le trio de tête est ainsi constitué de l’iPhone 4S, l’iPad 2, et l’iPhone 4. Vient ensuite le dernier iPad, qui connaît depuis sa sortie un immense succès auprès des professionnels, suivi de la première génération de la tablette Apple, et enfin l’iPhone 3GS. Ainsi, 79,9% des activations de terminaux mobiles enregistrés par la société concernent des produits de la firme à la pomme. Le reste revient au Motorola Droid, suivi du Samsung Galaxy II, du Google Nexus, et enfin du Sprint HTC Evo4G.”L’iPhone et l’iPad restent le choix majoritaire des utilisateurs finaux que ce soit pour un terminal issu de la tendance du BYOD (BringYourOwnDevice) comme pour les grands déploiements mis en place par les entreprises dans les marchés verticaux tels que les services financiers, commerciaux et professionnels, sciences de la vie et la santé”, souligne Good Technology.Le 6 mai 2012 à 09:06 • Maxime Lambert
WASHINGTON — Plans to quickly approve a $1.1 trillion spending package to keep most of the federal government open through the end of the fiscal year fell apart late Monday, increasing the chance that lawmakers will miss a Thursday deadline.Just in case, top appropriators said Monday that they were ready to pass a short-term extension of a few days in order to give the House and Senate more time to pass the final bill and end the least productive congressional session in modern history.Top leaders spent most of Monday reviewing the final details of the massive spending bill, but plans to unveil the legislation by midnight fell apart amid last-minute disagreements over plans to renew a terrorism insurance program as part of the agreement.For months, Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., a lead Democratic broker, and Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, have led talks to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, a government-backed program to protect against catastrophic terrorist attacks. Both sides had reached agreement on continuing the insurance program by Monday evening, but Republicans were seeking unrelated changes to financial regulatory reforms passed in 2010 as part of the deal, according to aides familiar with the impasse.Leaders still hope to release the bill today, giving Congress less than 48 hours to beat the deadline. While the GOP-controlled House would be able to move quickly to pass the bill, Democrats controlling the Senate would need to secure an agreement from Republicans to bypass procedural rules and pass the bill by Thursday night. It was unclear late Monday whether GOP leaders would be able to secure such an agreement from Republican senators hoping to strip federal agencies of the money and power to enforce President Barack Obama’s recent executive action changing the nation’s immigration laws.
Shoshana Keegan (left) and Rosalind Worcester (right), both teachers in Bowman Elementary School’s 1st/2nd grade optional program, dress up for a school spirit day. (Courtesy Rosalind Worcester)Two hundred twenty five teachers received layoff notices this year from the Anchorage School District, and until lawmakers in Juneau settle on education funding levels for the coming school year, those educators remain in limbo.The Tuesday before school ended for the year was what’s called a “Field Day” at Bowman Elementary School in Anchorage.Listen nowRosalind Worcester, a teacher for the school’s first and second grade optional program, said it’s packed with all sorts of outdoor activities, including – among many other things – a bounce house, giant jenga, and something called the sea sponge relay.“And it was a beautiful day, of just fun, and dancing with our kids, and being out in the sunshine and eating popsicles, it was magical,” she said. “And then at the very end of the day, right after we took our kids out to the bus and just riding this amazing high at the end of the year, the principal let me know that we had received three pink slips at our school.”Rosalind, who just wrapped up her second year with the district was one of three teachers at Bowman who received a pink slip that day.She splits the responsibility of educating a class of 44 first and second graders with her teaching partner, Shoshana Keegan.Shoshana just wrapped up her third year with ASD, and was spared a layoff notice.When Rosalind broke the news to her, Shoshana said neither of them knew how to process what had just happened.“We just sat there,” Shoshana said. “We’re like, one, we are both new teachers, so we’d never been a part of this, we didn’t really know exactly what pink slip meant, we didn’t know the process, we didn’t quite fully grasp everything that goes along with it. And then, two, it’s just like you’re kind of in this weird moment when you’re like, ‘Well, what happens next?’”This was their first year teaching together, and according to Shoshana, they’ve spent a lot of time together over the past year.First/second grade optional program teachers Shoshana Keegan (left) and Rosalind Worcester (right) pose in a school photo. (Courtesy Rosalind Worcester)“Roz and I call each other ‘teacher bae’ because we spend more time with each other than our significant others most of the time,” Shoshana said.The pair said they spent a lot of extra hours in the classroom during the first part of the school year – configuring their room, finalizing lesson plans, and everything in between.It’s those extra hours, and the close relationship between teachers that helps cultivate an environment where students can excel.Shoshana said when teachers leave the district or are laid off, it not only sets class planning back, but it also makes developing and maintaining relationships with students and their parents difficult.“Most parents have more than one kid, and so they kind of filter through your class and you’ll have one family for like, seven years, potentially,” Shoshana said. “And so you really get to know those parents and they’re so supportive and so loving and it’s like, our little classroom we’ve built is a little family, but we’ve also got that extended family of their parents.”For Rosalind, there’s more than her job at stake. She’s also working on her master’s degree. Her final project is creating interdisciplinary units to teach in multi-age classrooms – specifically for the one she worked in this past school year.“I’m working on creating those to apply in our classroom and then gauge their impact and their efficacy, and if I end up switching schools and grade levels, I don’t know how I can finish my masters project without having to redo several, completely change the project,” Rosalind said.Regardless of the outcome, Rosalind said she and Shoshana are committed to their students.On the last day of school, the pair sent each student home with two stamped envelopes. One with Shoshana’s address the other with Rosalind’s, and a note asking the students to write them this summer.“Send us a picture, send us a postcard, send us a drawing, send us a letter, send us a story, and we’ll write you back,” Rosalind said. “And, I mean, we stand by that, and we signed it ‘Forever your teachers, Rosalind and Shoshana.’”Rosalind says the sooner a budget is passed, the sooner those who have been laid off can make decisions to move forward, both professionally, and personally.
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