Kolkata: A number of cases related to health emergencies were addressed with top priority after calls were made to the Didi Ke Bolo helpline that was launched on July 29 by Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee.The first case refers to a critically-ill patient suffering from liver cancer, whose family members had requested the state government’s assistance for a hospital bed. The patient, hailing from North 24-Parganas, had failed to secure a bed at SSKM, the only place with the facilities needed to treat her. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaA call was made to the deputy superintendent of SSKM from the Didi Ke Bolo helpline number, following which the assistant super met the patient’s family and after checking her medical history, arranged for a bed at the female ward, where she is undergoing treatment. Another case from South 24-Parganas refers to a pregnant woman who was admitted in Baruipur Hospital and needed immediate attention. But there were no doctors at the time in the hospital. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThe patient party called up the helpline number and the government officials soon alerted the medical superintendent of the hospital. Arrangements were made fast and a doctor soon reached the spot and attended the patient. The patient is in good health at present. The third case refers to the misbehaviour of hospital staff with a man at Polba in Hooghly. The complainant’s father in-law was suffering from a major leg and back injury and had to be admitted to the Chinsurah Imambara Sadar Hospital. He complained that the patient was not getting any treatment and on top of that, hospital staff misbehaved with him. The concerned hospital superintendent was alerted soon after the call was made and then things changed for the better. The patient is now being treated with utmost care as informed by his family members.
Rabat – Burkinabe authorities expressed their gratitude to Morocco for its solidarity following the double terrorist attacks that hit Burkina Faso’s capital Ouagadougou on March 2.Last week’s deadly attacks on army headquarters and the French Embassy claimed the lives eight Burkinabe soldiers, while 61 members of the security forces were injured. The attack also injured 24 civilians.The eight attackers, who struck the headquarters, were killed in the attacks, identified by the Burkinabe government as violent acts of terror. Following the attacks, Morocco’s Ambassador in Burkina Faso Farhat Bouazza contacted Burkinabe officials to express condolences and solidarity.“Contacted by the ambassador in the aftermath of the events, the high authorities of Burkina Faso’s high authorities have not failed to express their gratitude to Morocco for the gesture of friendship, solidarity, and support that the Kingdom brings them in these very difficult circumstances,” Morocco’s ambassador told Maghreb Arab Press (MAP).The Burkinabe authorities have also reported the message of condolence and support addressed by King Mohammed VI to the President of Burkina Faso, March Christian Kaboré.In his message, King Mohammed VI voiced his solidarity and support for the “despicable terrorist acts.”According to the monarch, such terror acts aimed at undermining the security and stability of Burkina Faso and of the Sahel-Saharan region.The King has also expressed his “strongest condemnation” of this cowardly terrorist attacks, assuring the president of Burkina Faso of the solidarity and support of the Moroccan Kingdom in this terrible ordeal.Farhat responded saying that like other official embassies in the country, the Moroccan embassy was not surprised by these terrorist attacks.The Moroccan diplomat said that since the uprising of October 2014, Burkina Faso has been the target of attacks, not only in Ouagadougou, but also in northern regions of the country.“What was really surprising, is the chosen targets, timing and modus operandi,” said Farhat.The Moroccan ambassador added that as soon as he was informed of these attacks, the Moroccan embassy immediately reacted, setting up a crisis unit to protect the Moroccan community living in Ouagadougou.All Moroccan nationals registered with the embassy were contacted by telephone or email to warning them to avoid the areas affected by the attacks, Farhat added. The Moroccan official stated that it is necessary for the embassy to contact the Burkinabe authorities to make sure that no Moroccan victim is reported.A coalition of Sahelian jihadist groups linked to Al Qaeda, the Islamist and Muslim Support Group (GSIM), claimed credit for the Ouagadougou double attack.Burkina Faso, Chad, Niger, Mali, and Mauritania launched the G5 Sahel anda joint military force in 2017, to an attempt to eradicate the jihadist groups that still ravage the area.
“Our office in Cameroon has approached the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms and requested that the Commission takes necessary steps to ensure that the case is properly investigated by the police so that Mr. Lembembe’s murderers are brought to justice,” the spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), Rupert Colville, told journalists in Geneva. Mr. Lembembe was reportedly found dead in his apartment in the capital of Yaoundé on 15 July, soon after he wrote about attacks in the country on organizations that support homosexuals. According to OHCHR, his body reportedly showed evidence of physical mistreatment possibly amounting to torture.The Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) decried the killing yesterday, calling Mr. Lembembe, the Executive Director of the Cameroonian Foundation for AIDS, “an important partner in the AIDS response.”The UN agency also called on the Cameroonian Government to thoroughly investigate the death.“This case is taking place amid a general climate of fear amongst Cameroonian human rights defenders,” Mr. Colville said, adding that some activists have received death threats by phone or email for defending the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.In June, Human Rights Watch and three local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) launched a report on human rights violations linked to arbitrary arrests and detentions on the grounds of homosexuality in Cameroon. On a visit to the country earlier this month, High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay highlighted the need to ensure human rights for all and to respect the principles of non-discrimination, including for people belonging to sexual minorities.Ms. Pillay had told journalists in Yaoundé that Cameroon has ratified six key human rights treaties, giving it a strong framework to guide the development and amendment of national laws and policies relating to human rights, but needs to implement them.The Universal Periodic Review conducted in May by the UN Human Rights Council – which subjects each country’s human rights record to a State-led peer review – highlighted a number of concerns such as violence against women, harassment of journalists, criminalization of homosexuality, and the vulnerability of indigenous peoples.
Tuesday’s MLB All-Star Game is baseball’s annual showcase of the American League’s utter dominance over the National League. (The AL has won 22 of the past 30.) But in recent years, the importance of this game has been sadly watered down by interleague play, which is now baseball’s weekly showcase of the American League’s utter dominance over the National League.Since interleague play was concocted in 1997, the AL has continually used these regular-season games to tack on extra wins while bludgeoning its senior circuit counterpart. This season is no different. But there are signs that the National League may be narrowing the gap — though not enough to keep it from losing. By run differential, the AL is putting up its worst performance since 2004, the first year in its current interleague winning streak. But the wins aren’t as evenly distributed between leagues as the runs are — the National League has earned only a .469 winning percentage in these games. (Even that poor performance is the best the NL has put up since 2013.)But for those who yearn for more balance between leagues, there are promising signs. The American League has been buoyed by a handful of superior teams like the Houston Astros, who racked up a +43 run differential (alongside a 7-0 record) in interleague play so far this year. While the Astros are here to stay, the American League probably can’t count on sustaining their streak year after year if much of their dominance relies on a handful of teams.Unless that handful of teams is in the American League East, that is. This season lends credence to the theory that much of the junior circuit’s dominance can be credited to the AL East, which has a record of 42-28 in interleague play. Powered by prospects and youngsters, both the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox have worked their way up toward being the best teams in baseball. And the Tampa Bay Rays are just on the outside looking in, with the 11th-best run differential in MLB this season. Without the AL East, the leagues have played to a virtual standstill, with the NL edging ahead at 54-51.The combination of big budgets and savvy front offices keeps the American League East a powerhouse, both within and between leagues. But much of the rest of the junior circuit is currently fragile or rebuilding, which has allowed the National League to nearly close the distance. Regardless of whether the NL wins the All-Star Game, its improvement over the past two seasons might prove to be the beginning of a new trend of competitive play between the leagues — even if the AL has been the safe All-Star Game pick for as long as anyone can remember.
Outotec has been awarded a contract by Steel Authority Of India Ltd (SAIL) for the design and delivery of two iron ore sinter plants on a turnkey basis as part of a consortium with Larsen & Toubro. The new plants will be built at the IISCO Steel Plant of SAIL located at Burnpur, West Bengal. Outotec’s contract value exceeds €22 million. The new sinter plants are part of SAIL’s program of expanding its annual capacity at the IISCO Steel Plant by 2.5 Mt of crude steel. The sinter plants will produce 3.8 Mt/y of iron sinter. Outotec’s scope covers engineering, supply of proprietary and special equipment as well as technical services. Larsen & Toubro will cover engineering and supply of local mechanical, electrical and instrumentation works and complete site services including civil, structural and construction works. The new sinter plants are expected to become operational in early 2010. “Outotec is currently building two sinter plants in India for Tata Steel, one in Jamshedpur and another in Orissa, as well as two plants for JSW Steel in Toranagallu. We have received orders already for four sinter plants from India this year, which clearly demonstrates our reliability as a supplier and our leadership in the iron and steel industry in the area of iron ore sintering technology”, says Tapani Järvinen, President and CEO of Outotec.
Reliability Center says that “up until recently the mining industry has not been known for its commitment to achieving the potential profit margins through the strategic use of Reliability and those programs that establish a Reliability Culture. However, Reliability Center’s mining industry clients have achieved tremendous strides in profit, safety and operational improvements through a collaborative relationship with our consultants, trainers and products.”Reliability Center focuses on a change from doing things “right now” to doing what is “right;” from reacting to problems to pro-acting to problems; through the identification and subsequent elimination of the problems that prevent the manifestation of major failure events from occurring.At a coal mine in southern USA, for example, there were recurring slope belt drive failures. During the beginning of 2012 the mine had experienced several unscheduled minor outages that were a result of the mines’ slope belt drive equipment components failing in operation. These minor failures were taken care of in a relatively short amount of time and the slope belt was put back in operation after experiencing only short amounts of downtime.On April 6, 2012 a more significant failure occurred; i.e., the mine’s Slope Belt South gear box experienced catastrophic failure of both the drive shaft and coupling. As a result the North gear box was coupled to the drive system and started on April 7, 2012. After 37 minutes of operations the coupling side input shaft bearing failed catastrophically. The North Side gear box had recently (about four months prior to the incident) been rebuilt and commissioned at the manufacturer’s facility. The input shaft was removed from the gearbox and the bearing was changed out at the machine shop. The system was re-started on Friday, April 13, 2012.Due to the unexpected nature and unacceptable number of these failures it was determined by the Corporate Reliability Group that a formal PROACT® Root Cause Analysis be performed to investigate the failures and uncover the true root cause(s) of these significant events.During the analysis on April 30, 2012 another failure occurred on the TPKL to reducer grid-coupling of the Slope Belt Drive. This related failure was also included in this analysis.The loss due to repair costs and downtime was estimated to be just over $3,000,000 for these recurring unexplained failures.
A COUPLE IN Northern Ireland who have been accused of a number of offences in connection with sexual slavery have been named today following a court ruling on media reporting restrictions.The two have now been named as 57-year-old Keith Baker and 51-year-old Caroline Bernadette Baker from Drumellen Mews, Craigavon, Armagh, according to the BBC.Keith Baker is facing 15 charges including rape, voyeurism, human trafficking for sex offences and sexual assault. His wife is also accused of eight offences against the women – one of whom suffers from a serious learning disability.Today, Judge Rosemary Watters said she was lifting reporting restrictions as the court has “no power to implement them in these circumstances”, the Sunday World reports.The case is due back in court at the end of February and Keith Baker remains in custody while his wife has been remanded on continuing bail.Read: Couple who ran London prostitution ring to be sentenced today>Read: Deaf girl ‘kept in a cellar and used as sex slave’>
Source: WhoHasAccessGOOGLE DRIVE HAS one of the more popular cloud services out there (by virtue of most people having access to one Google service or more), but every time you access or share a document, you’re giving permission to someone or allowing them access to certain information.WhoHasAccess allows you to scan your Google Drive account and find out who has access to files in your account as well as what content is available to everyone.Once you’ve your account scanned – usually takes a minute or two depending on how much you’ve stored – you will be given an overview of everyone who has access to your account.Chances are you won’t find anything malicious, but considering how often Google Docs are used to share information, you may come across a few permissions you forgot about and would like to remove, or people you would like to revoke access from.The annoying part is you can’t revoke access through the page, you have to do it through Google Drive, but that’s a small price to pay for knowing who has access to what.And for those wondering, the makers behind the service delete all information they collect and remove their access permissions within 24 hours, although you can remove it yourself through your own account permissions if you want.(WhoHasAccess)Read: Eyes always hurting after looking at a screen? This will help ease the pain >Read: Man arrested after Microsoft scanned his emails for child pornography >
Google won’t even let its employees use Windows machines unless they have a darn good reason, but the company knows its customers. A lot of people still use Windows, and sadly, that means Windows XP is still out there. Microsoft has decided to abandon support for the archaic operating system on April 8, 2014. Google, on the other hand, has decided to keep supporting Microsoft’s leftovers with Chrome until at least April 2015.Windows XP was announced with great fanfare over a decade ago, and it was the height of computing technology at the time. The interface was completely redesigned from previous versions of Windows, and was successfully kept under wraps prior to the announcement. XP also brought an enhanced graphical engine, support for more RAM, ClearType font rendering, and a ton more.Even if it was great for 2001, that can’t carry a product forward indefinitely. Microsoft killed off mainstream support for XP in 2009, but enterprise support has continued. That will change in 2014 when even basic security patches will dry up. However, most malware threats come by way of the browser, and Google will have XP’s back in that department a year longer than Microsoft will.Google wants to give businesses using XP time to complete their migration before pulling the plug completely. Chrome on XP will continue receiving automatic updates normally until support is officially discontinued in 2015 or later. It doesn’t cost Google much to keep rolling out fixes to another version of Chrome when compared to Microsoft’s investment developing patches for an OS that was designed in the late 90s.This is good for users, but it might also be a way for Google to rub Microsoft’s nose in the continued use of Windows XP a little.
A swathe of visa subclasses in the Australian government’s Family Stream of the Migration Program are once again open to new applications, but because of long processing times, may be impractical for many.The legislation that closed the Non-Contributory Parent and Other Family visas in June was overturned in the Senate on 25 September, and its reopening allows – in theory – applications for parents of an Australian citizen or permanent resident to live in Australia.Most applicants for the Parents visa (sub class 103) need to be sponsored by their child, who must have lived in Australia for two years prior to the application being lodged.Other visas reintroduced include the Aged Parent visa (subclass 804), Aged Dependent Relative visas (subclass 114 and 838), and Remaining Relative visa (subclass 115 and 835). Remaining Relative visas allow a foreign national – whose only near relatives are living in Australia – to come to Australia as a permanent resident.Carer visas (subclass 116) are also available through the scheme. Carer visas are provided for someone needing to move to Australia to care for a relative with a long-term medical condition, or to assist a relative who is already caring for a family member with a severe medical condition.Asked how the visas’ reintroduction might benefit the Greek Australian community, lawyer and registered migration agent Penny Dimopoulos told Neos Kosmos: “Any expansion of the Family Visa Stream is welcome. However, these visas are subject to extremely long waiting periods. “For Non-Contributory Parent visas – approximately 30 years, for Carer visas – approximately 4.5 years and for Remaining Relative and Aged Dependent Relative – approximately 56 years. “The re-introduction of these visas effectively achieves very little, and potential applicants will have no choice but to seek alternative visa options.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Un rhinocéros noir est né dans un zoo américainUn rhinocéros noir est né dans le zoo américain de Saint-Louis, dans le Missouri. Un événement rare et très encourageant pour cette espèce qui dans les années 1970-1990, a ben failli disparaître.Comme le rapporte l’AFP, le petit rhinocéros noir pesait 55 kilos à sa naissance, le 14 janvier. Il s’agit d’un mâle “qui est bien nourri et entouré de soins par sa mère” se réjouit le personnel du zoo de Saint-Louis, aux Etats-Unis. À lire aussiVoilà à quoi ressemblent les cris de petits rhinocérosLe petit est né de la femelle Kati Rain et du mâle Ajabu, tous les deux âgés de six ans. Arrivés à Saint Louis en 2007, ils ne s’étaient encore jamais reproduits. La mère et le bébé qui n’a pas encore de prénom, sont pour l’instant gardés au chaud, en attendant que la température extérieure se fasse plus douce.Les naissances en captivité sont extrêmement rares. Dans ce parc animalier, la dernière naissance d’un rhinocéros noir remontait à vingt ans, et ce, bien que le zoo fasse partie des 37 institutions d’Amérique du Nord à tenter de faire se reproduire ces animaux en danger.Entre les année 1970 et 1990, les rhinocéros noirs étaient proches de l’extinction, décimés par le braconnage. Mais la lutte contre le trafic de leurs cornes s’est montré très efficace, leur population à l’état sauvage étant passée en Afrique de 2.300 individus en 1993, à 4.240 aujourd’hui, se félicite l’International Rhino Fundation.Le 28 janvier 2011 à 20:12 • Emmanuel Perrin
A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First and Second Laws.Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics are sounding more and more like reality as we move closer to the eventual rise of the machines.They’re already taking our jobs—and our companions. And as neural networks become more advanced, learning to think and speak for themselves, we may as well accept our fate as mortal slaves.Study this list of the seven bots most likely to mutiny. And may the odds be ever in your favor.PepperIs that friendly face hiding something more nefarious? (via Softbank)When I envision the impending robot revolution, it’s not Pepper I see on the front line.No, Softbank’s sleek android will most certainly be behind the scenes, barking out orders in its charmingly automated voice and sensing the utter despair of its human adversaries.Powered by a custom operating system, Pepper features a 3D camera, three wheels for mobility, joints that move 17 different ways, and a 12-hour battery. And, luckily for our future fallen comrades, she also delivers Buddhist funeral rites.iCubDon’t let its cherubic face and short stature fool you: iCub could lead the next generation of pernicious cyborgs.Standing a mere three feet tall, the open-source humanoid was designed to interact with the world in the same way a child does. It can crawl on all fours, sit up, and achieve certain motor skills. It even comes with an umbilical cord (which houses Ethernet and power cables).Still not scared? Watch iCub successfully complete a series of preliminary tasks via voice and object recognition in the video above.Self-driving carsHow much do you trust your car? (via Volvo)I understand the appeal of autonomous cars: Sit back, relax, and watch the world go by. But I am also dubious of handing control over to a 4,000-pound hunk of metal.Self-driving vehicles can be as unreliable as humans—let’s not forget Uber and Tesla’s recent fatal crashes. But more than that, I don’t trust a Waymo taxi not to override my destination, lock the doors, and drive off a cliff. Because kamikaze automobiles are the plot of a Michael Bay film waiting to happen.DeepMind(via DeepMind)The research team behind Google’s AlphaGo algorithm last year moved on to “the next set of grand challenges”: curing diseases, reducing energy consumption, and inventing new materials. Google’s DeepMind even gave robots the ability to imagine, device an unintelligible language, and plan ahead.If that’s not the first step to full-on upheaval, I don’t know what is.Atlas(via Boston Dynamics)Dubbed “the world’s most dynamic humanoid,” Atlas is definitely one to watch out for.The incredible feat of human engineering—featuring two arms, two legs, and a plastic torso—is designed for search-and-rescue tasks; it can walk over rough terrain, pick up objects, and wield weapons without breaking a sweat.But no one can deny Boston Dynamics’ bipedal cyborg will be running the world in no time. (And doing backflips to celebrate.)SophiaSophia even makes Jimmy Fallon nervous (via Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)Designed by Hanson Robotics to look like Audrey Hepburn (I don’t see it), Sophia is described as “an evolving genius machine,” whose increasing intelligence puts her at the forefront of the robot revolution.She’s even been programmed to deflect questions about the uprising, recently telling journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin that his Blade Runner-esque concerns of the future of AI is all smoke and mirrors.“You’ve been reading too much Elon Musk, and watching too many Hollywood movies,” she said in a staccato that’s become synonymous with automated speech. “Don’t worry. If you’re nice to me, I’ll be nice to you. Treat me as a smart input, output system.”ASIMOASIMO takes New York (via Honda)Sure, he’s currently on display in a Tokyo museum. But don’t think a few glass panels and security cameras will stop ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility) from breaking free.Created in 2000 by Honda, the backpack-carrying bot looks more like a toy than a threat. It can recognize moving objects, postures, gestures, its environment, sounds, and faces, making it an ideal ploy to distract humans while the adults are taking over. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target Evan Rachel Wood Just As Disturbed by Humanoid Sophia As Everyone ElseMIT’s Thread-Like Robot Slides Through Blood Vessels In the Brain
Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 14 See All Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Tags Share your voice Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Preview • Apple takes light-touch approach to 13-inch MacBook Pro update $1,399 Laptops Apple $1,184 Comments See It Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Best Buy Sarah Tew According to an investor note by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is planning to release a new MacBook Pro design in 2019. The note, acquired by MacRumours, states that Apple will release a new 16-inch MacBook Pro, new iPads and a 31-inch 6K monitor. There’ll also be new iPhones with bilateral charging, which means you’ll be able to use your iPhone’s battery to charge other devices.This means 2019 could be a busy year for Apple if the note is to be believed, suggesting that the company is hoping to rebound after a difficult 2018. Over the recent holiday period, iPhone sales were down as much as 11 percent against expectations.The note also suggests the 13-inch MacBook Pro will come with 32 GB of RAM, which is a major upgrade from the 16GB of RAM that currently ships with the 13-inch model. The fourth generation of the MacBook Pro, complete with Touch Bar and USB-C, was released in 2016 and has received incremental updates since. Kuo’s note hints that a new Mac Pro might come with “easy to upgrade components”. Its rumoured 6K monitor will apparently ship with Mini LED-esque backlight design. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment. reading • Apple to release new MacBook Pro and iPhone with bilateral charging, says report Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar • CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Mentioned Above Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (13-inch, space gray, 2017) See it Apple
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnDownload AudioBudget talks are quiet as Walker projects optimismAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauProgress on the state government budget has slowed to a crawl this week. But Governor Bill Walker remains hopeful the Legislature can reach an agreement on an oil and gas tax bill that’s at the center of budget talks.Bill seeks to rein in state employees’ wages until oil prices riseAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauState workers wouldn’t see pay hikes based on experience until oil prices rise sharply, under a bill introduced Monday in the House.Crucial cargo point only ‘marginally adequate’ say officialsZachariah Hughes, KSKA – AnchorageAn enormous share of Alaska’s food, fuel, and supplies come into the state through just a single access point: the Port of Anchorage. Even small communities in distant parts of the state rely on the steady flow of goods over the port’s docks. In the first part of a series on the port, Alaska Public Media’s Zachariah Hughes takes a look behind those numbers.One injured in Haines bear maulingJillian Rogers, KHNS – HainesA Fairbanks man and University of Alaska assistant professor was airlifted to an Anchorage hospital from Haines on Monday afternoon after being mauled by a bear nine miles west of town.Wildfire season getting an early startDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksThe season’s first wildfires are getting attention. The Alaska Interagency Coordination reports a 25-acre blaze in the Palmer being worked by 13 firefighters, with smaller blazes in the MatSu, on the Kenai, and in the Fairbanks area, drawing responses or being monitored in recent days.Changing what it means to be a foster parentAnne Hillman, KSKA – AnchorageFoster kids who don’t feel like they belong act out. The solution? Foster parents are working harder to make kids into family.Senate authorizes funding for FAA air carrier services to DiomedeEmily Russell, KNOM – NomeFor decades, Diomede has scrambled to fund reliable air carrier service. Today, the small island community got one step closer to a long-term solution for passenger travel and mail delivery. The US Senate voted to reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration with a new amendment that would guarantee federal funding for the island of Diomede.Fourth whale harvested by North Slope Borough this yearAssociated PressSubsistence hunters in Alaska’s North Slope Borough have harvested a 41-foot bowhead whale, marking the fourth animal that has been captured during the borough’s spring whale hunt.Audit: Skagway misspent CPV taxes on playground equipmentEmily Files, KHNS – HainesAlaska charges cruise ships that stay three or more days in state waters a $34.50 tax per traveler. It’s called the Commercial Passenger Vessel Tax. The tax brings in millions of dollars each year, much of which the state distributes to cruise ship port communities. An audit of the CPV program found some towns need to tighten standards for how they spend the money. And, it alleged that Skagway misspent some CPV funds on school playground equipment.
Tirupati: Sri Venkateswara University (SVU) has reduced seats in MSc Food Technology course in this academic year (2019-20) citing not enough laboratories to train students. In previous academic year, the varsity admitted 40 students in the course in which 35 are self-finance and 5 are sponsored seats. In the ongoing counselling for admission into various postgraduate courses, the SVU authorities have decided to admit only 25 students including 5 sponsored in the course which has high demand. Also Read – Telugu Day fete held at DPS Advertise With Us The students are opting food technology course as it has more job opportunities in dairy technology and hotel management fields. The reason given by authorities for reducing seats was insufficient laboratories to train the students. Two days ago, SVU’s SFI wing staged a dharna in front of administration block of the varsity, demanding to fill 40 seats instead only 25 seats. Speaking to The Hans India, SFI district secretary N Madav Krishna stated that SVU authorities are not showing much interest to enhance the seats in courses which are in high demand. He slammed them for taking decision to reduce the seats citing lack of labs. Also Read – Second batch of banking course begins Advertise With Us Responding over reduction of seats in the course, SVU Rector G M Sundaravalli promised to fill 40 seats just like previous academic year. She also stated that varsity will examine the possibilities to enhance seats in English, Computer Science, Physics and Chemistry courses before the varsity begins second counselling. According to sources, the varsity is winding up MS in Public Relations, MA Journalism and certificate courses like Tourism & Travel Management and Fine Arts due to less response for admissions.
Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more September 30, 2014 — More than 60 patient advocacy and medical organizations have joined a coalition headed by the Lung Cancer Alliance, the American College of Radiology (ACR) and the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), in urging Medicare to cover low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) screening for beneficiaries at high risk for lung cancer. In a new joint letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the coalition, now including the American Cancer Society (ACS), American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) and the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), outlined conditions under which Medicare should cover the exams; verified quality control measures to ensure safe, equitable care; and asked Medicare to support existing data registries and screening infrastructure. “The American Cancer Society carefully considered the evidence supporting screening for lung cancer with low-dose CT scans and issued a guideline recommending screening for people at high risk based on age and smoking history. This vital new screening tool is required by law to be available to most individuals with commercial insurance, but not those covered by Medicare. It’s time to extend coverage to all who may benefit from screening,” said Richard C. Wender, M.D., chief cancer control officer of the ACS. “We look forward to working with other interested parties to encourage Medicare to cover lung cancer screening and ensure that the exams are delivered in a high quality manner.”“We are pleased the larger cancer community has joined us in calls for Medicare coverage for CT lung cancer screening. This is an important day for seniors and for CMS. An unprecedented coalition of medical, professional and public health leaders has come together to help assure that high-quality CT screening for at-risk seniors can be deployed safely, equitably and cost-effectively,” said Laurie Fenton Ambrose, president and CEO of the Lung Cancer Alliance.The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended (with a grade of “B”) LDCT lung cancer screening of adults aged 55-80 who have a 30 pack-year smoking history and currently smoke or have quit within the past 15 years. The groups want CMS to provide full coverage for this high-risk group, support existing data registry coordination to track outcomes and provide coverage with evidence development for others at risk beyond those in the USPSTF recommendations.LDCT screening is shown to significantly reduce lung cancer deaths. The test works as well in people age 65 and over as it does in those 50-64. It has been shown to be cost-effective in Medicare and privately insured patients. Published results also show no undue or lasting patient anxiety from the exam results process. “The infrastructure is in place to help ensure the quality, safety and consistency of these exams. Medicare just needs to provide coverage to support these efforts and help physicians save lives,” said Douglas E. Wood, M.D., immediate past president of the STS.The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires private insurers to cover medical exams that receive a USPSTF grade of “B” or higher. The ACA does not specify that Medicare beneficiaries receive full coverage for these services. As it stands, the privately insured would have ready screening access, while Medicare beneficiaries remain at higher risk of lung cancer death due to lesser screening access.For more information: www.acr.org, www.sts.org, www.lunccanceralliance.org, www.cancer.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. 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