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6 burglars arrested 200 kg copper wire recovered

first_imgNew Delhi: Delhi Police on Friday arrested six burglars involved in the theft of copper wire and approx. 200 kg of stolen copper wire recovered.According to police the incidents of theft of copper wire were reported in Mukherjee Nagar police station. “These incidents were found occurred at All India Radio High Power Transmission Aerial Field which is spread in approx. 300 Acres of land,” police said. The Mukherjee Nagar police team first arrested three accused persons Shan Mohamad, Shahzad and Abhishek red-handed along with the bundles of the copper wire. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in DenmarkDuring sustained interrogation, they disclosed the name of one receiver scrap dealer Aas Mohamad who was arrested from GTB Enclave on their instance and bundles of copper wires also recovered from his possession. They also disclosed that earlier, one scrap hawker Umed was used to roam in the area of Model Town, Mukherjee Nagar as scrap hawker. Later on, he found the potential of stealing a huge amount of Copper Wires from All India Radio High Power Transmission Aerial Field and to earn huge profit from the same. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic items”He started to look for his accomplice for the same and he involved his brother-in-law Shan Mohamad, Firoz, his sister in law Akshay in it,” police said. Later on, three more persons Shahzad, Abhishek, Gaurav and Pintu also joined the gang. They started stealing copper wire from All India Radio Aerial Field and they used to sell it to scrap dealers at cheap rates. Later on, they started committing theft of copper wires from thereby forming separate groups. Police arrested other accused. Elderly saved from burglary The PCR staffs of Delhi Police arrested three burglars in Vasant Vihar area. On the intervening night of 13/14June, the PCR staff was entrusted with a PCR call at 4.10 AM regarding the incident. The PCR staff met the caller, aged 72 years, who informed them that some unknown persons were trying to break open their gate. When he heard the sound, he dialled 100 number for assistance. In the meantime the staff heard some loud noise from the adjoining house. The alert staff chased and apprehended one of the accused. Later other two persons were nabbed.last_img read more


Judge loosens some of terror suspect Mohamed Harkats release conditions

first_imgOTTAWA – A judge has granted terror suspect Mohamed Harkat more freedom — though not as much as he asked for.In a judgment made public Wednesday, Federal Court Justice Sylvie Roussel gave Harkat permission to travel anywhere in Ontario or Quebec for 72 hours without notifying authorities.The Algerian refugee — who faces deportation on national security grounds — can also report to officials in person just once a month, not every two weeks.Roussel denied Harkat permission to have a laptop computer with internet capability for personal use outside his home. But she opened the door to the possibility of internet access for employment purposes.Overall, the judge found the existing release conditions were “disproportionate with the danger posed by Mr. Harkat” and that they should be relaxed.Harkat’s wife, Sophie, expressed disappointment with the ruling, saying the hurdles set out for internet use at work could scare prospective employers away.At a two-day hearing in November, Harkat asked the court to impose less strict monitoring of his everyday activities by the Canada Border Services Agency as he awaits the outcome of his extended legal saga.Harkat, 49, was arrested in Ottawa in December 2002 on suspicion of being an al-Qaida sleeper agent. He denies any involvement in terrorism.The federal government is trying to deport the former gas-station attendant using a national security certificate — a legal tool for removing non-citizens suspected of ties to extremism or espionage. Harkat fears he will be tortured if returned to his Algerian homeland.Following his arrest, Harkat was locked up for more than three years. He was released in June 2006 under stringent conditions that have gradually been eased.At home with Sophie, Harkat has access to a computer connected to the internet. Prior to Wednesday’s ruling, he was required to report in person to the border agency every two weeks. And, though Harkat could travel within Canada, he had to provide the border agency with five days’ notice of his plans as well as a full itinerary when leaving the national capital. He also had to report to the border agency by phone once a day while travelling.Harkat’s submission to the court said he “presents no threat to Canada or to any person” and that he has diligently complied with requirements. “A continuation of these conditions is not justified.”The couple said the restrictions had caused great stress and hardship.Harkat works part-time as a church custodian. But Sophie testified the limitations on computer use have denied her husband opportunities to be a retail cashier or parcel courier.Roussel said if Harkat is to fully embrace the values of his adopted country, it is “important that he be given the opportunity to obtain gainful employment.”She instructed Harkat and the border agency to discuss the sort of internet-linked devices he could use at work. The agency would approve or reject specific proposals, with the court having final say in a disagreement. Harkat’s employer would be obliged to report any unauthorized internet use to the agency.Sophie Harkat said Wednesday the conditions mean her husband “will continue to be dehumanized around his employers,” adding the couple could be forced into further costly court proceedings.Roussel said she didn’t have sufficient evidence of Harkat’s need for personal internet use outside the home.She also turned down Harkat’s request that he be allowed to travel anywhere in Canada without restriction.Border services officers have followed the couple on trips to a cottage and to the funeral of Sophie’s grandmother.Roussel expressed concern about the “degree of intrusiveness” of the border agency’s physical surveillance, saying there should be better guidance on when and how it is done.Meanwhile, the border agency is in the process of seeking a “danger opinion” as a step toward deportation.A delegate of the immigration minister will determine whether Harkat poses a danger to national security and, if so, whether the risk to Harkat of removing him outweighs the danger or severity of the acts he allegedly committed.— Follow @JimBronskill on Twitterlast_img read more


Sports Stars Get On Their Bikes For Princes Trust

first_imgSporting stars Martin Johnson, Dion Dublin, Austin Healey, Leon Lloyd, Martin Corry and Neil Back joined hundreds of cyclists for The Prince’s Trust Palace to Palace bike ride, supported by Allianz, in the West Midlands last week.Participants set off from Warwick Castle, and cycled through the beautiful old villages of the Warwickshire countryside and alongside Kenilworth Castle.After 45 miles the cyclists crossed the finish line onto the Pageant Field at Warwick Castle where they were met by cheering supporters.Additionally, the BikeYard and Royal Leamington Spa Cycling Club were on hand to provide a “bike doctor” service for those that needed it.This is the second time Palace to Palace has taken place in the West Midlands. All the money raised helps support the youth charity’s work with disadvantaged young people across the region.Former-England Rugby captain, Martin Johnson, who took part said: “I’ve had a brilliant time at Palace to Palace – the atmosphere throughout has been fantastic.“The Prince’s Trust is an amazing charity that has helped many young people to turn their lives around and I’m proud to have been able to support them by getting on my bike today.”Former Aston Villa and England footballer and Prince’s Trust ambassador, Dion Dublin, said: “I have been looking forward to Palace to Palace for ages because I know – from riding last year – just how much fun it is. All the money raised today will make a world of difference to the most vulnerable young people here in the West Midlands.”Chris Hanks from Allianz Insurance, sponsor of the event said: “We were delighted to be sponsoring the Palace to Palace Bike Ride for a second year with over 30 people in the Allianz team.“Allianz Commercial is proud to support the event and the Prince’s Trust to help them continue their work with vulnerable young people.”The Prince’s Trust has helped more than 700,000 young people since 1976 and supports 100 more each day. The Trust needs to raise a million pounds a week to ensure its vital work can continue. Last year, three in four young people supported by the Prince’s Trust moved into work, training or education.For more information, or to sign up for the next Palace to Palace event, visit www.princes-trust.org.uk/palace.Source:Prince’s Trustlast_img read more


Stars Announced For Gracie Awards Luncheon

first_imgThe leadership of the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) announces that Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor of “PBS NewsHour,” will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 43rd Annual Gracie Awards Luncheon.Hosting the luncheon will be another television news veteran, Erica Hill of CNN. The annual Gracies Luncheon honors the accomplishments of local and student women in media & entertainment and takes place June 27 at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.The Gracie Awards recognize individual achievement and outstanding programming created by, for and about women in all facets of media and entertainment. Given this year to Woodruff, who has covered politics and other news for more than four decades, the Gracies Lifetime Achievement Award honors a woman in media who exemplifies and embodies the essence of the iconic trailblazer, the late Gracie Allen, the namesake of The Gracie Awards.“The Gracie Awards celebrate the female storytellers who are changing the narrative and pushing boundaries in the quest toward diversity and equality,” said AWMF Chair Christine Travaglini, President, Katz Radio Group. “Since the beginning of her journalism career in 1976, Judy Woodruff’s connected, well-researched approach is consistently present and illustrates why she is so worthy of this Lifetime Achievement Award. We at AWM and AWMF, through the Gracies, are incredibly proud to honor and celebrate outstanding talent and content for, by and about women.”Woodruff’s award-winning career includes roles at CNN, NBC, and PBS:For 12 years, she served as anchor and senior correspondent for CNN.At PBS from 1983-1993, Woodruff was the chief Washington correspondent for The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. From 1984-1990, she also anchored PBS’ documentary series, “Frontline with Judy Woodruff.”At NBC News, Woodruff was White House correspondent for several years and served one year as Chief Washington Correspondent for “TODAY.”She also anchored a monthly program for Bloomberg Television, “Conversations with Judy Woodruff.”Among the many awards, Woodruff has received the Edward R. Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award in Broadcast Journalism/Television. She also authored the book, “This is Judy Woodruff at the White House,” published in 1982. Woodruff is a founding co-chair of the International Women’s Media Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting and encouraging women in communication industries worldwide.“I am thrilled to receive a Gracie from the Alliance for Women in Media, a truly pioneering organization in promoting women across the spectrum of media careers,” says Woodruff. “Since its start as AWRT, it has been dedicated to creating opportunities for women and, thankfully, we see the results all around us.”Gracies Luncheon host Erica Hill is a TV anchor and award-winning journalist. She serves as an anchor and correspondent for CNN. Most recently, Hill anchored CNN’s Headline News, “On the Story with Erica Hill.” She was previously a co-anchor of NBC’s weekend edition of “TODAY,” and served as an anchor and correspondent for NBC News. Before joining NBC, Hill was an anchor and correspondent at CBS News.In 2015, AWMF honored Hill with the Gracie Award for Outstanding Correspondent. “It’s an honor to host the Gracies, and to be among the most inspiring, empowering and talented women in our business,” said Hill. “I am thrilled that we will recognize the incomparable Judy Woodruff. She’s an icon, and someone I have always looked up to not only as a journalist but as a human being.”Performing will be 2018 Billboard Artist-to-Watch Jessie Chris. Chris was the first country artist to be named “TODAY” Show Artist of The Month, and she was the youngest performer at the 2015 CMA Festival, an event she has also performed at in 2017 and 2018. Chris, the victim of extreme bullying as a student, is an anti-bullying advocate who has supported the Ad Council’s #BeMore Campaign and Disney’s #ChooseKindness campaign. This year, she will visit 100 schools across the country to speak with students about bullying and recently formed a partnership to share songs, inspirational quotes and vlogs directly with children and families through the Mazu app. Chris authored a children’s book on the subject, which will be released this summer.The National Gracie Award honorees were recognized at the Gracies Gala, May 22, at The Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills. A full list of recipients may be found on the Alliance for Women in Media website. For more information about the 2018 Gracies Luncheon or to secure tickets, please visit HERE.last_img read more


In digital era govt to use Economic Census app

first_imgNew Delhi: The statistics ministry has decided to use mobile phone application for conducting 7th economic census beginning next month, which will speed up the process of data collection and analysis. The census will provide insights of all economic activities and ownership patterns of businesses across the country. The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) partnered with CSC e-Governance services India Ltd (CSC SPV) to conduct the census. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: Icra”The 7th economic census will be done using a mobile application. There will be two rounds of supervision to ensure quality of the census,” a CSC statement said. The CSC run common services centres (CSC), which are the access points for delivery of essential public utility services, social welfare schemes, healthcare, financial, education and agriculture services, apart from host of B2C (business to consumers) services to citizens in urban, rural and remote areas of the country. Also Read – Ashok Leyland stock tanks over 5 pc as co plans to suspend production for up to 15 days”We are planning to start the economic survey fieldwork in June and are expecting more than 6,000 training workshops to take place within a month for CSC enumerators. We are starting with a state level workshop in Madhya Pradesh and gradually will be spreading across all the states with the district level workshops,” MoSPI Secretary Pravin Srivastava said at an All India training of trainers workshop on census held at New Delhi. The ministry is also introducing geo-tagging which will help to find out the distribution of economic activity in a certain place, Srivastava said in the statement. “We have proposed to start the survey fieldwork from June 1 and the field work will be finished in 3 months only from the date of commencement and simultaneously results will be out in the phase manner. Nine lakh enumerators and 3 lakh supervisors will be involved in performing the survey,” informed MoSPI DG (ES and Survey) Jyotirmoy Poddar on the occasion. Village-level entrepreneurs have different skills and capabilities and they have proved it time and again. VLEs have sold more than 30 lakh Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Pension Yojana (PMSYM) in a short spam of time and this has created momentum at the local level. They do advocacy and campaigning for providing government services to the people, CSC SPV CEO Dinesh Tyagi said. “Conducting 7th economic census is very unique and will set a precedent for the entire country for carrying out a large-scale survey work like this. We have already done one round of training at the block level and I ensure that we will do best of our commitment,” he added.last_img read more


Luis Enrique to be New Manager of Spains National Team

Rabat – The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has announced that the former coach of FC Barcelona, Luis Enrique, is now the new manager for Spain’s national football team for a two year contract.Luis Enrique, who coached Barcelona from 2014 to 2017, has been out of management since he left Barcelona last June.During his three seasons of managing Barcelona, he won two Liga titles, one Champions League and three King’s Cups. The RFEF president, Luis Rubiales, said in a press conference: “The decision was unanimous. I like his commitment and he has turned down better-paid jobs in order to coach Spain. He’s a coach who has all the requirements the federation was looking for.”Enrique will replace interim coach Fernando Hierro, who took charge of the national team just days before the current World Cup. Hierro was acting as interim after the previous coach Julen Lopetegui was fired a day before the tournament.Lopetegui’s sudden sacking came after he agreed to coach Real Madrid,  replacing Zinedine Zidane, without informing the national team.Luis Enrique’s first game in charge will be against England at Wembley stadium in London on September 8, at the UEFA Nations League.The RFEF has also appointed Jose Molina as sporting director to replace Fernando Hierro. read more


King Mohammed VI Honors Hassan II Sheikh Zayed in Speech

Rabat- Here follows the full text of the royal message, which was read by HRH Prince Moulay Rachid at the royal Academy of the kingdom of Morocco:“Praise be to God,May peace and blessings be upon the Prophet, His Kith and Kin Ladies and Gentlemen,It gives me great pleasure to send you a message at the opening of this Symposium, which is being held under my patronage and which has been convened by the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in collaboration with the Academy of the Kingdom of Morocco. This Symposium has been organized to mark the centenary of the birth of His late Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Founding President of our sister nation, the United Arab Emirates.I should like to say how much I appreciate this initiative to commemorate this great Arab leader.Through his wisdom and clear-sightedness, Sheikh Zayed contributed to consolidating not only Moroccan-Emirati brotherly bonds, but also unity and solidarity between Arab countries.The two sister nations – the Kingdom of Morocco and the United Arab Emirates – have every reason to celebrate this event. Indeed, the relations between the two nations are steeped in history. The foundations of this longstanding relationship were laid by my revered father, His Majesty King Hassan II – may he rest in peace – and His Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan – may God bless his soul.My venerable father once said that whenever he wanted to describe relations between the Moroccan people and the people of the UAE, he could not find in the dictionary a more fitting description than that of brotherly, most cordial relations. He went on to say that the two peoples were like twins, separated only by geography.Morocco, its King and people have the highest regard for this illustrious leader and his esteemed royal family, whose members have remained ever faithful to the brotherly bonds of loyalty uniting them to my family as well as to the Kingdom of Morocco.Read Also: King Mohammed VI Snubs Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin SalmanLadies and Gentlemen,Guided by a firm belief in a common destiny and the need for solidarity between Arab countries, the leaders of the two nations worked with dedication and goodwill to provide the conditions for the promotion of bilateral and joint Arab action in order to rise to the challenges facing our peoples.His Highness Sheikh Zayed – may he rest in peace – built the United Arab Emirates. Thanks to the development and prosperity which ensued, he turned the concept of unity from a mere dream into reality.He also took an active part in the creation of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).At the same time, my revered father, His Majesty King Hassan II – may God bless his soul – was seeking to build the Maghreb Union because it was a strategic choice and a popular demand. The aim was to achieve comprehensive development, integration and complementarity.This attests to the wisdom and foresight which characterized the two leaders, who also shared a firm belief in unity, legitimacy, dialogue and commitment to upholding just Arab and Islamic causes. Ladies and Gentlemen,Continuing our joint action today to promote these exemplary relations is the best way to show loyalty to the special relationship that existed between Sheikh Zayed and Hassan II – may God bless their souls.I should like to take this opportunity to reiterate to my esteemed brother, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, and to my dear brother, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, my strong desire to remain committed to the same course of action, for the mutual benefit of our two peoples.Wassalamu alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh.” read more


Postmedia signs deal to sell Infomart to Meltwater News Canada for 3825M

TORONTO — Postmedia Network Canada Corp. has signed a deal to sell Infomart, its media monitoring division, to Meltwater News Canada Inc. for $38.25 million.The cash-strapped media company says net proceeds from the sale will be used to repay debt.The arrangement includes Infomart’s media monitoring business, direct feed business and professional services operations.Meltwater provides companies with online media intelligence and helps them analyze and use the information.The deal, which is subject to certain conditions, is expected to close on or about Aug. 15.Postmedia, one of Canada’s largest news media companies, has more than 200 brands across multiple print, online and mobile platforms including the National Post.


Wigneswaran says concerns of Tamils have hardly changed

Northern Province Chief Minister C V Wigneswaran says the concerns of Tamils have hardly change over the years gone by.He said that even today the Tamils in the North still speak of losing their loved ones, losing their property and unemployment. Wigneswaran said that during the traditional Sri Lankan New Year, the hope of all Tamils is that their issues will be addressed.


Iraq earns additional 252 million under UN oilforfood programme

According to the United Nations Office of the Iraq Programme, which oversees the effort, the average price of Iraqi crude oil during the week was approximately €24.82, or $21.70, per barrel. Prices are based on going market rates.During the past week, the UN oil overseers approved six more oil purchase contracts for 37 million barrels of oil. In total, 65 contracts for 227 million barrels of oil have been approved under the current phase of the programme, which runs through 30 November. At the end of the week, the value of contracts placed on hold by the Security Council sanctions committee stood at $3.5 billion. Fifteen contracts worth $15 million were released from hold, while 33 new contracts worth $66 million were placed on hold. The “released” contracts included those for ambulances, medical appliances, vehicles, a sprinkler irrigation system, chemicals, valves and pipes. The new “holds” were for excavators, radio equipment, buses, trucks, water tankers, pesticides, mobile cranes and steam boilers. read more


IOGEAR introduces a pair of new HTPC keyboards which Sony would do

first_imgAlthough set-top boxes like the Boxee Box and the Roku are finally starting to catch up, I still love my HTPC, which has allowed me to watch all the video both optical and streaming media has to offer for a while now… including Bittorrent, if I were so inclined.The problem with an HTPC, though? PC interfaces just aren’t built for trying to wrangle with from the couch. For years, I’ve been dealing with a sub-optimal solution: a cheap wireless keyboard with a lousy trackball built into one corner. It does the job, but I’ve long wanted something a bit more elegant.Maybe IOGEAR’s new trackball-equipped HTPC keyboards are what I’ve been looking for. There’s two of them, each a 2.4GHz affair. One is a smaller palm-sized keyboard with backlit keys, a tiny optical trackball and a cover lid to keep you from accidentally playing a movie when you sit on it: it costs $99.95. Then there’s one more suitable for typing, with a row of media hotkeys and a much larger trackball, going for $89.95. Both certainly beat the control pad Sony mustered up for their Google TV remote, at the very least.last_img read more


Gas crisis affects city life

first_imgGas pressure remains low in many parts of the capital. The photo was taken from the capital’s Kathalbagan area on 2 July 2018. Photo : Prothom AloDwellers in some parts of the capital city are facing a serious crisis of gas to the extent that some could not take their meal on time, according to sufferers.Pressure of gas is so low at many houses during the day time that housewives have to wait for long to complete their cooking.In some areas, the people have been suffering for gas crisis since the beginning of Ramadan in May but the crisis has aggravated in recent days.In the capital’s Free School Street in Kathalbagan, housewives said, they sometimes need three hours to cook rice due to the low gas pressure. In normal circumstances, when gas pressure is adequate, it takes only 20 minutes.Eleven families living at a Free School Street building suffered for gas crisis most of the times during the month of Ramadan, Abdus Sadi, one of the residents, told Prothom Alo on Sunday.“There was certain improvement but the crisis has been acute for the past four days or so. It takes at least three hours to cook rice. We cannot take breakfast and tea on time,” he said.City dwellers in some parts of Dhanmondi area also face the same situation. Belayat Hossain. a resident of Dhanmondi road number 8, told Prothom Alo that their gas stove hardly remains functional during the day time. He said they have to cook food at late night. The experience was the same for the dwellers at Dhanmondi road number 11/A.In his house at Ibrahimpur, retired government official Asgor Ali said, they have been using kerosene stove for cooking due to gas crisis.Some dwellers in the capital’s Gendaria and Sutrapur areas said they do not have gas supply from 7am to 12pm.The gas crisis affects life in Walter road, Modon Saha road, BK Das road and Farashganj areas.In Tantibazar area, almost every house has been using either a gas cylinder or Kerosene stove, said Yakub Hossain who lives there.Officials ot Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Limited told Prothom Alo that they are getting gas that is 100 million cubic mitre less gas than the amount they nornally receive. The company now gets 1.5 billion cubic metre gas, compared 1.6 billion cubic metre gas it got even during the Ramadan.Titas gas director (operations) HM Ali Ashraf said Dhaka city needs at least 2 billion cubic metre gas whereas the availability is 1.5 billion cubic metre gas.He attributed this supply shortfall to lower production in the gas fields.There is hardly any likelihood that the gas supply situation would improve until supply of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the national grid. *This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Mushfique Wadudlast_img read more


Amazon Obhijaan set for pan India release today

first_imgAfter a successful and on-going run at the theatres in Bengal, Amazon Obhijaan, the most expensive Bengali film ever produced is set for a riveting national level debut. Produced by SVF – Eastern India’s largest movie production house, the film will be released nationally on January 5 in five different Indian languages i.e., Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Assamese and Odia. While the Hindi version has been titled as Amazon Abhiyan, the mega-budget film will be called Amazon Adventure in rest of the languages. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfWith an everlasting desire to entertain the audiences, SVF and the Kamaleswar Mukherjee, the director, shot Amazon Obhijaan in Amazon rainforest, making it the first Indian movie and only the 8th movie worldwide to be shot in that location. With panthers, anacondas, alligators, deceptive rivers and tribals galore – Amazon Adventure/Amazon Abhiyan promises an adventure of a lifetime.Commenting on this, Mahendra Soni – co-founder, SVF said, “We are a company driven by the passion called cinema and strive towards bringing the best possible experience for our audience. We are thrilled with the overwhelming response that Amazon Obhijaan has received in Bengal. We are confident that people across all age groups will love the way we have brought Amazon on screen.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAmazon Obhijaan is the sequel to the 2013 blockbuster Chander Pahar which, at the time, broke all records for being the most successful Bengali film ever made in Bengal. The story of Amazon Obhijaan written, scripted and directed by the doctor-turned-director Kamaleswar Mukherjee delves into the deep jungles of the Amazonia. The expedition led by the Bengali cinestar Dev, playing the explorer Shankar Choudhury, is touted as a visual treat to watch for people who love adventure.last_img read more


Flight attendant mistakes air marshal for passenger with gun

first_img Travelweek Group MINNEAPOLIS — How do you spot an air marshal on a flight? On a recent United Airlines flight, he was the guy being escorted off the plane.A federal air marshal was removed from a United Airlines flight in Minneapolis after a flight attendant mistook him for a gun-carrying passenger.The Transportation Safety Administration says the marshal was apprehended along with another marshal after Flight 3531 landed Monday night at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.According to the agency, the marshal was on official business. The TSA says protocols are in place “to avoid incidents like this.”Airport spokesman Patrick Hogan says the two were taken to the airport’s police station and questioned by the FBI.FBI spokeswoman Cindy Burnham says the marshal was assigned to the flight. The TSA told the Star Tribune the second man also was an air marshal.The flight was operated by Indianapolis-based Republic Airline. Republic says the airline is working with investigators.More news:  Carnival Cruise Line enhances HUB app for families and youthWith file from The Associated Press Flight attendant mistakes air marshal for passenger with gun Tweet Posted bycenter_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Plane Thursday, August 23, 2018 last_img read more


AP Exclusive AP tracks slave boats to Papua New Guinea

first_imgCEO Jeff Tarr said this was the first time the technology had been used to capture human trafficking live: “You can’t hide from space.”Gisa Komangin, from Papua New Guinea’s National Fisheries Authority, said that until now their focus has been on illegal fishing in the dogleg, and that a moratorium on all foreign fishing there is planned for the end of the month to crack down on poaching.“When you are talking about illegal fishing,” he said, “you are also talking about human smuggling.”The question now is if the men will be rescued. Many governments lack the resources — or the will — to implement a patchwork of outdated maritime rules, some written more than a century ago. Kenneth Kennedy, a senior policy adviser for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, said international fishing agreements on sustainability, pollution and labor are needed, and those that do exist often go unenforced.“If all these corporations, or ships, are ignoring these things put in place for the future of humanity, then what are we doing?” he asked. “We’re just spinning our wheels.”Back in a dusty slum in Myanmar, relatives of the slaves still missing are desperate. One mother, Ohn Myint, went to the airport three times as men rescued from Benjina came home — hoping her 19-year-old son, Myo Ko Ko, would come out of the terminal. But every time, she left alone, a little more drained of hope. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Reporters followed the slave-caught fish back to Thailand and linked it to the supply chains of major U.S. food sellers, such as Wal-Mart, Sysco and Kroger, and American pet food companies, including Fancy Feast, Meow Mix and Iams. The businesses have all said they strongly condemn labor abuse and vowed to take steps to prevent it.In April, a week after the AP story was published, the Indonesian government launched a criminal inquiry. It was already clamping down on illegal fishing nationwide with a moratorium on all foreign boats. Officials rescued hundreds on the spot but they discovered that a third of the company’s 90 trawlers had already left — each with 15 to 20 migrants on board. The Indonesian government wants to bring the boats back for prosecution.“They have to be responsible for what’s happened,” said Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti.The disappearing act can start with a bucket of paint.Kaung Htet Wai, 25, said his crewmates nailed a new name and number over the old one — Antasena 331 — and hoisted a different country’s flag: the red, black and yellow of Papua New Guinea. Wai said his trawler did not dock for several months, and loaded many types of seafood, including mackerel, shrimp and shark, onto refrigerated cargo ships. Captains also repainted and renumbered other boats, and some kept flags from as many as four different countries in their hulls, according to former slaves and investigators. In this July 14, 2015, image provided by DigitalGlobe, a high-resolution satellite photograph off the coast of Papua New Guinea shows two fishing trawlers loading slave-caught fish onto Silver Sea 2, a refrigerated cargo ship belonging to the Thai-owned Silver Sea Fishery Co. The company was named in an Associated Press investigation into slavery in Southeast Asia’s seafood industry that led to the rescue and repatriation of more than 800 men. Hundreds more remain missing after their trawlers fled an Indonesian crackdown on illegal fishing. (DigitalGlobe via AP) After a four-month investigation, The Associated Press has found that at least some of them ended up in a narrow, dangerous strait nearly 1,000 miles away. The proof comes from accounts from recently returned slaves, satellite beacon tracking, government records, interviews with business insiders and fishing licenses. The location is also confirmed in images from space taken by one of the world’s highest resolution satellite cameras, upon the AP’s request.The skippers have changed their ships’ names and flags to evade authorities, but hiding is easy in the world’s broad oceans. Traffickers operate with impunity across boundaries as fluid as the waters. Laws are few and hardly enforced. And depleted fish stocks have pushed boats farther out into seas that are seldom even glimpsed, let alone governed.This lack of regulation means that even with the men located, bringing them to safety may prove elusive.Officials from Papua New Guinea working with the International Organization for Migration said they were not aware of human trafficking cases in the area but are investigating. Numerous other agencies — including Interpol, the United Nations and the U.S. State and Defense departments — told the AP they don’t have the authority to get involved. Photographs from the sky helped the AP actually catch the Silver Sea 2 in the act of doing business with the trawlers.Over the past few months, satellite beacons show, Silver Sea cargo ships had been shuttling regularly between Thailand and Papua New Guinea. They slowed to a crawl or halted completely, apparently as they were being loaded with fish, in a crooked strait known as the dogleg.Analysts at SkyTruth, a West Virginia remote sensing and digital mapping firm, identified the Silver Sea 2 by its signals. However, they warned that getting photographic evidence of it collecting fish from one of the trawlers that fled Benjina would be next to impossible.Nonetheless, two weeks ago, DigitalGlobe, a Colorado-based commercial vendor of space imagery, maneuvered a satellite at the request of the AP toward coordinates of the Silver Sea 2, which had dropped anchor off Papua New Guinea. The cargo reefer struck experts as suspicious because it had turned off its locator beacon for almost two days, possibly while picking up seafood.The satellite whizzed over Papua New Guinea at 17,000 mph, 380 miles up. Within a day, DigitalGlobe analysts spotted a high-resolution shot of a ship matching the Silver Sea 2 right down to the docking ropes and open cargo holds, with boats identical to those from Benjina nestled alongside, apparently offloading fish. Top Stories “I am missing my son so much, each and every hour,” she said. “I can only pray for him. I just think that only God can save him.”___McDowell reported from Yangon, Myanmar; Mendoza from Westminster, Colorado; and Mason from Tual, Indonesia. Esther Htusan contributed to this report from Yangon.—Follow Mendoza, McDowell and Mason on Twitter: @mendozamartha, @robinmcdowell, @MargieMasonAPCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The flag change protects rogue boats because typically the flagged states, not the host country, set their rules, said Mark Lagon, president of the Freedom House in Washington D.C. and former U.S. ambassador at large to combat human trafficking. Laws in general are weaker for fishing trawlers than other vessels, as is overall monitoring, he noted, creating a “black hole of governance.”As the boats hid, Indonesian investigators discovered that the company listed as their operator, Pusaka Benjina Resources, was really a venture between seafood industry tycoons and businessmen from Thailand and Indonesia.Financial records going back seven years reveal Pusaka Benjina’s lucrative business with a shipping company, Silver Sea Fishery Co. The trawlers crewed by slaves brought fish to Benjina, where it was loaded onto Silver Sea cargo ships heading for Thailand.In a typical month, Silver Sea was invoiced about $500,000 for loads of seafood. One month the firm was billed $1.6 million, with a third of that charged to the Silver Sea 2 — the same transport ship identified earlier this month in the satellite photo off Papua New Guinea.Pusaka Benjina manager Hermanwir Martino, among seven people arrested on human trafficking charges, has said his company did nothing wrong. Silver Sea Fishery did not answer calls. A handful of former slaves who recently made it home to Myanmar said hundreds of men remain unaccounted for.“Papua New Guinea can be a lawless place,” said Lin Lin, one of the returnees, describing fishing in the poor island nation. “Fishermen could die anytime, but the captains would not care. If they die, they will just be thrown away.”He said he and his crewmembers still don’t know why they were sent home last month, when their trawler returned to the same port in Thailand from which they were originally trafficked.As the appetite for cheap fish worldwide grows, so does the demand for men who are paid little or nothing to catch it. Thailand’s $7 billion annual seafood export industry is built on the backs of poor people from its own country and migrants from Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos who are sold, kidnapped and tricked onto trawlers.In November, the AP found hundreds of such forced laborers on the remote island village of Benjina in eastern Indonesia — some in a cage, others on boats and more than 60 buried in a graveyard. To date, the reporting has prompted the rescue and repatriation of more than 800 men, many of whom said they were abused or witnessed others being beaten, or in some cases even killed. 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Sponsored Stories YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — From space, the fishing boats are just little white specks floating in a vast stretch of blue water off Papua New Guinea. But zoom in and there’s the critical evidence: Two trawlers loading slave-caught seafood onto a massive refrigerated cargo ship.The trawlers fled a slave island in Indonesia with captives of a brutal Southeast Asian trafficking ring whose catch reaches the United States. 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US Banks Post Record Earnings in Q2

first_img Share Banks Federal Deposit Insurance Corp Quarterly Banking Profile Second Quarter Earnings 2015-09-02 Staff Writer U.S. Banks Post Record Earnings in Q2 in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines, Newscenter_img U.S. banking institutions that are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) earned an aggregate net income of $43.0 billion in the second quarter of 2015, up $2.9 billion from a year ago, the FDIC announced in their Quarterly Banking Profile released Wednesday.The $43.0 billion second quarter profits, the highest quarterly income on record, was mostly driven by a $3.6 billion rise in net operating revenue, the FDIC said.The FDIC’s net operating revenue rose 2.1 percent from a year ago to $172.9 billion as loan growth raised revenues for most banks in the second quarter. Net interest increased by 2.3 percent compared to the second quarter of 2014, while noninterest income was 1.9 percent higher. Servicing income increased 63.9 percent and trading income fell 14.1 percent.The report also noted that community bank earnings increased 12 percent from a year earlier to $5.3 billion. Net operating revenue also rose 8.0 percent from a year ago to $22.3 billion at community banks.Source: FDICOver half of the FDIC’s 6,348 insured institutions reported year-over-year growth in quarterly earnings, while the portion of banks that experienced no profit fell from 6.8 percent last year to 5.6 percent, the lowest since the first quarter of 2005.”On balance, the industry—and community banks in particular—experienced another positive quarter.”The FDIC reported that loan growth within banks remained steady in the second quarter with total loan and lease balances rising $185 billion. Over the last year ending June 30, loans and leases increased $437.8 billion. At community banks, loan balances rose 2.7 percent during the second quarter of 2015 and increased 8.8 percent during the past 12 months.However, net interest margins faced some heavy pressures, with the average net interest margin rising to 3.06 percent in the second quarter from 3.02 percent in the first quarter. Average margins at community banks were 3.57 percent in the second quarter, up from 3.54 percent in the first quarter.“Lending grew strongly in nearly every category, with a total increase exceeding $430 billion over the last year. Business loans were up more than $137 billion year over year and real estate lending has picked up steam,” said James Chessen, ABA chief economist. “With the economy growing stronger and higher interest rates on the horizon, many businesses have determined that there’s no time like the present to borrow and kick expansion plans into high gear. Even with Fed action, interest rates will remain incredibly low by historic standards. We expect borrowing to remain elevated in the third quarter amid low interest rates, improving confidence and a stable economy.”FDIC Chairman Martin J. Gruenberg also pointed out that low interest rates continue to present challenges to banks, causing banks to acquire higher-yielding, longer-term assets, which has left banks more vulnerable to rising interest rates.”The industry experienced a continuation of positive trends observed over recent quarters,” Gruenberg said. “However, the banking industry continues to face challenges. Revenue growth has lagged behind asset growth, as exceptionally low interest rates put downward pressure on net interest margins. On balance, the industry—and community banks in particular—experienced another positive quarter.”Click here to view the FDIC’s Second Quarter Quarterly Banking Profile.  September 2, 2015 619 Views last_img read more


Housebuying Power Up—But Not for Long

first_imgHouse-buying Power Up—But Not for Long Share First American Home Prices House Prices Real House Prices rhpi 2017-08-28 Aly J. Yale in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News, Originationcenter_img August 28, 2017 623 Views Real house prices—which account for “house-buying power” and affordability—dropped 1.3 percent in June, but are still up nearly 10 percent since this time last year, according to the Real House Price Index (RHPI) released by First American today. Prices are up 9.3 percent over the year but have dropped 34.8 percent since their pre-recession peak.According to Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American, it’s the historically low inventory that’s to blame. In June 2017, there was a 4.3 month supply of existing homes for sale, marking the 25th month in a row that supply has waned.”The underlying fundamental issue is an overwhelming lack of supply,” Fleming said. “Existing homeowners face a prisoner’s dilemma, and over the last eight years, new construction has not kept pace with new demand.”But while homes are less affordable over the year, “consumer house-buying power” is actually up for the month, according to Fleming. The rise is due to lower interest rates and rising wages.”On a month-over-month basis, affordability improved slightly, thanks to the seventh straight month of falling rates for 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages, and modest wage gains,” Fleming said. “The increase in consumer purchasing power offset the gains in unadjusted house prices. However, on a year-over-year basis, with rates still higher than a year ago, affordability declined 9.3 percent.”All 50 states experienced an increase in real house prices—meaning a decline in buyer affordability. Washington state had biggest year-over-year jump, with a 12.5 percent dip in house-buying power. Michigan, Colorado, Oregon, and Illinois also made the top five.Texas experienced the least noticeable jump in real house prices, with affordability dipping just 1.8 percent. New Jersey, Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma followed close behind.At the metro level, Seattle’s real house prices rose the most year to tade, climbing 16.1 percent. Prices in Nashville, Tennessee, rose 15.1 percent, while those in Charlotte, North Carolina, jumped 14 percent.Several metros experienced declines in real house prices, with Houston noting the biggest dip (9.5 percent). In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, it remains to be seen what will happen to home prices in that metro. Two more Lone Star State cities—San Antonio and Dallas—rounded out the top three.Despite these few respites for homebuyers, Fleming says prices will likely continue rising until supply can catch up.“Over the last eight years, housing demand has increased by 5.9 million, but the net new number of housing units has only increased by 3.5 million,” Fleming said. “This supply shortage will continue to put pressure on affordability and strain first-time home buyers entering the market.”According to First American, the RHPI “measures the price changes of single-family properties throughout the U.S. adjusted for the impact of income and interest rate changes on consumer house-buying power over time and across the United States at the national, state, and metropolitan area level. Because the RHPI adjusts for house-buying power, it is also a measure of housing affordability.”Read the full RHPI at FirstAm.com.last_img read more


Cypriot bond yields tumble after stellar bond sale

first_imgBy Dhara RanasingheGovernment bond yields in Cyprus tumbled on Wednesday and stood out as the star performer in eurozone debt markets, a day after a 15-year bond sale drew solid demand in a further sign of progress for a country that exited its bailout in 2016.Cyprus on Tuesday sold its longest ever issue via a syndicate of banks. The new €1bn issue saw more than €8bn worth of demand from investors, according to International Financing Review.The island has made steady progress to returning to raise funding on capital markets in recent years.Last year S&P Global lifted the country’s credit rating to investment grade, paving the way for the European Central Bank to start buying Cypriot bonds under its stimulus scheme.Tuesday’s auction, the latest in a string of successful syndicated bond deals in the euro area, provided another impetus for Cypriot bond yields to push lower.The yield on five-year Cypriot bonds fell 20 basis points to 0.68 per cent. Ten-year yields fell 6 bps to 1.91 per cent, while yields on seven-year bonds were down 4 bps on the day.“Cyprus is no longer considered a weak spot,” said Commerzbank rates strategist Rainer Guntermann.“It is a small market but the syndicated issue this week does offer an interesting pick up and given the new stability is viewed as attractive.”Broader eurozone bond markets were largely stable as markets paused after recent sharp moves.Italy’s bond yields, for instance, jumped on Tuesday after weak data fuelled concerns about a recession in the euro zone’s third-biggest economy. They were flat to a basis point higher in early Wednesday trade.Germany’s 10-year Bund yield was also steady at around 0.10 per cent.There was a little immediate reaction to comments from the ECB chief economist Peter Praet, who said the key assessment for March and beyond is if the medium-term economic outlook has changedYou May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more


March to raise cancer awareness held in all towns

first_imgMPs, candidates for the European elections, priests and members of the public on Sunday took part in the 44th Christodoula march in all towns to raise money and awareness for the battle against cancer.“Caring for cancer patients should be provided by the state itself,” said House President Demetris Syllouris, which has the primary responsibility for the health and well-being of its citizens. He was speaking at the start of the event in Larnaca.“The presence of all of us here today highlights and strengthens fundamental principles and values, such as solidarity and altruism while mirroring the social cohesion of the citizens of our country,” he added.In Dherynia the march was led by Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides, who said taking part in it was the duty of every conscientious person.“Today we are called upon to unite to support the 44th Christodoulas march,” he said.He also called on people to support organisers, the Anticancer Society “so the society can continue its multifaceted and very important work in the fight against cancer.”You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more


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