The official said the Consulate-General of India in Jaffna has been providing them with basic necessities and medical attention whenever required. It was also pointed out that the delay in their release not only deprives them of their livelihood but also causes anxiety to their family members. Currently there are 114 Indian fishermen and 21 fishing boats in Sri Lankan custody. An official source pointed out that the demarche follows the issue being previously raised with Sri Lankan Minister of Economic Development Basil Rajapaksa during his visit to New Delhi in July and by National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon during his Sri Lanka visit the same month. And while the démarche was being served in New Delhi, Indian High Commissioner Yash Sinha raised the matter formally with the Sri Lankan Foreign Ministry in Colombo on Wednesday. Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to India Prasad Kariyawasam was summoned to the South Block today (Wednesday) and a formal démarche made against the large number of Indian fishermen languishing in Sri Lankan custody for periods up to two months, the Hindu reported.The démarche reflected India’s exasperation over the absence of any movement on the release of the fishermen despite several high-level interventions.
“ We will sue the paper which published the story in the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court on Wednesday. The source of the story is dubious because the allegation is not attributed to any identifiable source. On May 23, we are planning a massive agitation on the issue,” Jesuraja said. “We did not go to Lanka as Kalla Thonis (illegal immigrants). We went with the full knowledge of the governments of Tamil Nadu, India and Lanka, and with valid visas. Even the TN Q Branch was briefed,” he told Express over phone. He regretted that in the current hullaballoo, the achievements of the delegation have been forgotten. “We got the Lankan President to release 37 of our fishermen and agree to hold the fourth round of talks between the fishermen’s associations of the two countries,” he said.S.P.Anthonymuthu, Advisor to the Colombo-based Indo-Lanka Fishermen’s Welfare Forum, who arranged the meeting with Sirisena, said that it was for the first time in history that an unofficial meeting with the Lankan President had resulted in the release of TN fishermen. He attributed the allegation to “jealously and rivalry between media houses in TN.” Members of the delegation of Tamil Nadu fishermen who met President Maithripala Sirisena in Colombo on May 12 have denied the charge that one of the members of their team was a smuggler, the New Indian Express reported.“Do you think the fishermen’s delegation could have met the President of Sri Lanka without the members’ antecedents being thoroughly checked by his security staff?” asked delegation member B. Jesuraja, Ramanathapuram District Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Mechanized Boat Fishermen’s Association. “We will not participate in meetings in which such leaders participate,” he said. M.Ilango of the Puducherry-based National Fish Workers Forum said that he disapproved of non-traditional fishermen heading fishermen’s associations. Some of the members of the delegation were not from the traditional fishing community, he pointed out.“I have asked for an investigation into the media allegation to clear the name of genuine fishermen,” he said.K.Rajachandran, President of Ambal Fishermen’s Cooperative, Karainagar, Jaffna, said that non-fishermen leaders of fishermen’s associations play a “double game”.
Concerns over privacy and regulation aren’t hurting Facebook Inc. and Google where it matters — their multibillion dollar advertising businesses.As the internet giants prepare to report fourth-quarter earnings, most industry analysts say growing consumer spending and the continued march from in-store to online commerce will keep digital advertising growing. That’s something investors are keen to see after a year of damaging headlines, congressional hearings and a painful share sell-off.The big political and social questions surrounding Big Tech aren’t going away. But advertisers from consumer goods giants to mom-and pop-businesses still see Google and Facebook as essential tools for reaching customers. Amazon knows what you buy, and it’s built a $125-billion dollar ad business off it that’s a marketer’s dream Facebook may be slapped with a record-setting fine from U.S. regulators over privacy violations Instagram’s digital ad share to double despite Facebook issues “Facebook is definitely the one that’s caught the most blow-back,” said Andy Taylor, associate director of research at online advertising agency Merkle. “But we really haven’t seen a shift in advertiser attitude toward the platform.”Facebook’s Instagram is doing particularly well. In the fourth quarter, ad dollars on Instagram surged 120 per cent from the same period in 2017, according to Kenshoo Ltd., which coordinates digital marketing spending for other companies.“Our advertisers that have been on Instagram more than doubled their spend year over year,” Merkle’s Taylor said. “Instagram could prop up Facebook growth for quite a while.”Equity analysts estimate Facebook and Google will post record revenue in the fourth quarter, which encompasses the holiday season and e-commerce bonanza of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. More than half of marketing dollars spent in the U.S. last year went to digital ads, which Google and Facebook continue to dominate, Eric Sheridan, an analyst at UBS wrote in a recent note.Facebook, which reports on Wednesday, will see sales surge 26 per cent to US$16.39 billion. Google parent Alphabet Inc. releases results Feb. 4 and is expected to expand revenue by 21 per cent to US$31.29 billion, according to analysts’ estimate data compiled by Bloomberg.“Broad-based global economic strength is producing very solid demand across all major digital ad platforms,” Sheridan said.Another winner will be Amazon.com Inc., which got into digital advertising much later than Facebook and Google but has been growing rapidly in the last two years. Amazon reports results on Thursday. Fourth-quarter revenue is expected to be US$71.93 billion, up 19 per cent from a year earlier.“Advertising will undoubtedly continue to be the fastest growing and highest-margin business for Amazon for the foreseeable future,” Ben Schachter, an analyst at Macquarie, said in a recent note. Amazon’s “Other” division, which includes advertising, will see revenue jump 60 per cent to US$16 billion in 2019, Schachter estimates.That won’t necessarily come at the expense of Google and Facebook though, said Merkle’s Taylor. Instead, Amazon is luring marketing dollars away from more traditional media formats, as well as online comparison-shopping services that lost traction in recent years, he said.Twitter is also expected to keep growing revenue at a solid clip as it gets better at selling video ads and advertisers see it as a viable place to diversify some of their spending. The average analyst estimate has the company reporting US$869.1 million in revenue, up 19 per cent from a year earlier.The big online ad platforms aren’t completely out of the woods yet. User growth for Facebook’s core app in the lucrative U.S. and European markets plateaued last year, and the company warned investors in July to expect slowing revenue growth and thinner margins, leading to a 20 per cent drop in market value that the company still hasn’t recovered from.Google has been able defy gravity by keeping ad growth above 20 per cent for years, but once it slips below that, the stock will take a hit, Macquarie’s Schachter said. The internet giant will inevitably find itself competing against Amazon for only search dollars, he said.“The rivalry between these two tech giants will continue to ramp throughout the year,” Schachter said.Bloomberg.com
Daniel Khet, 26 Daniel Khet made his first appearance at Regina Provincial Court on Wednesday afternoon on nine charges, among them human trafficking, receiving a material benefit from human trafficking, withholding or destroying documents pertaining to human trafficking, procuring sexual services, advertising sexual services, assault, uttering threats and unlawful confinement.The appearance was brief, defence lawyer Robert Skinner appearing with Khet and waiving reading of the charges. Skinner asked the matter be set over to Sept. 11.Crown prosecutor Alexandra Findlay advised the court the Crown is proceeding by indictment, which is the more serious way of treating a charge.According to the Regina Police Service, the charges stem from an investigation into offences alleged to have occurred in the province between the end of March and beginning of April this year. Khet was arrested in Montreal on a Canada-wide warrant and was returned to Regina this week. A 26-year-old man accused of human trafficking will remain in custody for now, the Crown having opposed his release from custody.
At the end of the meeting, the Council adopted a statement, read out by Maria Soledad Alvear Valenzuela, Foreign Minister of Chile, which holds the rotating Presidency for January, saying Member States would examine further how to harness the UN’s expertise on the issue so that the world learns from lessons from the past.Ms. Valenzuela opened the debate by reading a message from South Africa’s Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, who said the path of revenge post-conflict “is how we tend to behave – but it is not inevitable nor invariably the case.”Archbishop Tutu cited South Africa and Timor-Leste as recent positive examples where leaders chose to build up their nations instead of engaging in retribution, which, he said, “leads only to the most awful cul de sac because there is no future without forgiveness.”UNDP Administrator Mark Malloch Brown told the debate that a safe and stable transfer to democracy is not possible unless the underlying causes of the conflict are resolved. Without that, deeper divisions could develop between the parties to the war, he said.Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Tuliameni Kalomoh said it is up to individual countries to decide what form their national reconciliation should take and what measures they should use – such as war crimes tribunals or truth and reconciliation commissions. But he added that whatever the path chosen, “there are some crimes that are so heinous that they require that justice be done.”Assistant-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator Carolyn McAskie stressed the importance of the international community providing financial and other support to countries undergoing post-conflict reconciliation – to ensure that poverty and deprivation do not foster grievances.A number of the several dozen delegates who addressed the meeting stressed the need for the UN and its various parts, including the Security Council, to cooperate more closely to help countries go through the process of reconciliation. Video of meeting – Morning session [3hrs] – Afternoon session [4hr 20mins]
Around 30,000 new mothers with mental health conditions are being left to fend for themselves after giving birth because of a gaping shortage in properly trained staff, NHS figures reveal.Currently just 15 per cent of areas provide the recommended level of post-birth community care, while 40 per cent offer no service at all.The data emerged as NHS England announced it was making available the first tranche of a £365 million fund to provide better support for mothers with existing mental illnesses, as well as those with birth-induced conditions such as postpartum psychosis. Many new mothers do not understand what they are sufferingCredit:Anna Gowthorpe “We absolutely need to ensure that all women have the access to high quality perinatal mental health care and are committed to addressing current issues and variation,” he said.“If left untreated, it can have a devastating impact on the woman affected and her family.”Dr Berrisford said that while mothers with mental health conditions will often have access to traditional psychiatric services, particularly if they remain in hospital, what women really need is psychiatric staff who understand both the psychology and physiology of pregnancy.Around one in five women suffer mental ill health during pregnancy or in the year after birth, according to the health service.This can range from anxiety post-natal depression, which affects up to 15 per cent of new mothers, to postpartum depression, where mothers suffer hallucinations.Suicide, of which there were 101 from 2009 to 2013, is the second leading cause of maternal death after cardiovascular disease.NHS England said the cost of perinatal mental ill health to society is an estimated £8.1 billion for each annual cohort of births, or almost £10,000 per birth. We need to ensure that all women have the access to high quality perinatal mental health careDr Giles Berrisford, NHS England Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The announcement comes in the aftermath of a 2015 review by the University of Oxford and NHS England, which found that half of all suicides by women while pregnant or after giving birth could be prevented by better standards of care.From today, local providers will be able to apply for grants from a £5 million fund to provide specialist training for existing staff, and to employ new specialists, in order to support new mothers with serious psychiatric conditions.A further £15 million will become available next year and another £40 million in 2018.Dr Giles Berrisford, the association national clinical director for perinatal mental health, said the UK was “miles ahead” of most other countries, but conceded that there was a significant shortage in adequately trained staff.
SullyBleed For ThisMoanaNone of themVote Share11 Tweet Email1 None of them (746) Poll Results: 19 Comments 16,406 Views RottenTomatoes: 7.9/10IMDB: 8.3/10Which one would you go see first? By Aoife Barry THE WEEKEND IS coming up, and that means new movies for you to see.But which is a must-watch, and are there any you should avoid?We take a look.Sully: Miracle on the Hudson Source: Warner Bros. Pictures/YouTubeWhat we know Tom Hanks stars in this true story of a pilot who had to land his plane on the Hudson river. Directed by Clint Eastwood.What the critics say“Here, a few minutes open one man’s life, revealing layers of consciousness that, in turn, lay bare that life’s moral center.” – NY Times“Ripped from the headlines, “Sully” offers a rare example of a movie inspired by good news — the best news, as one character points out, that New York has heard in a long time, ‘especially with an airplane in it.’”- Variety RottenTomatoes: 6.1/10IMDB: 6.8/10Moana Source: Fresh Movie Trailers/YouTubeWhat we knowDisney’s latest animated flick, set in the south Pacific and starring the voice talents of Dwayne Johnson and Auli’i Carvalho. Plus, music from Lin-Manuel Miranda. A young girl sets out during a time of peril to find a demi-god named Maui.What the critics say“The 16-year-old titular heroine is proportioned like an actual adolescent female, rather than a saucer-eyed, wasp-waisted Barbie. And you can scan the ocean horizon in every direction without spotting anything that remotely resembles a love interest.” – The Atlantic“The movie takes care to show her charged with actual administrative responsibilities on the island beyond behaving herself and respecting her elders, and it’s touching to see her wrestle with the fact that she’s good at being an island princess; she just wants to go further.” – AV Club Short URL Source: Movieclips Trailers/YouTubeWhat we knowBased on another true story, that of World Champion boxer Vinny Pazienza, who is seriously injured in a car crash and fears he may never walk again. Stars Miles Teller and Aaron Eckhart.What the critics say“You know the formula: the underdog hero; the “Rocky”-esque training montage; the setback on the way to victory. Bleed for This has all of that and not much more, save for a stellar performance by Aaron Eckhart as Kevin Rooney, the paunchy, balding boxing coach who once trained Mike Tyson” – Washington Post“In Miles Teller’s Vinny ‘Paz’ Pazienza, it has at its core an amiable pugilist with strong echoes of Rocky Balboa, portrayed by an actor with all the physical dedication of De Niro in Raging Bull. ” – Empire What’s it rated? What’s it rated? Sully (1896) RottenTomatoes: 4.1/5IMDB: 7.7/10Bleed for This Dec 1st 2016, 8:30 PM Thursday 1 Dec 2016, 8:30 PM http://jrnl.ie/3114563 What’s it rated? Bleed For This (305) Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Moana (742) Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.
A man accused of stabbing an acquaintance early Sunday morning at a Vancouver AM/PM is now facing a murder allegation after the victim succumbed to his injuries.The victim is identified in court records as 27-year-old Lukas Pison. Medical staff at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center determined Pison was “brain dead” when he arrived, as a result of a stab wound to the side of his head; he died at the hospital nearly 16 hours later, court records state.Pison’s nephew, Kastro Pison, 19, was struck in the head with a tire iron during the altercation. He suffered a laceration above his right eye that required sutures.On Monday morning, Charson Lotius, 24, appeared in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of first-degree murder and second-degree assault.Lotius appeared wearing a suicide-prevention smock, given to inmates who may try to harm themselves with standard jail clothing. He spoke through a Chuukese interpreter.
NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A car in Northwest Miami-Dade has been left completely charred after it caught fire.7SkyForce HD flew over the scene along the 11800 block of Northwest 36th Avenue just after 10:30 a.m., Wednesday.Crime scene investigators could be seen taking pictures of the vehicle.It remains unclear if there were any victims involved.Please check back on WSVN.com and 7News for more details on this developing story.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
NEW DELHI: The central government has spent over Rs 3,800 crore on the publicity of government schemes in the last three years, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday. In reply to a question in the Lok Sabha, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said Bureau of Outreach and Communication, a media unit under the ministry, uses print, electronic and outdoor media as well as direct communication through printed materials for publicising policies and programmes of the government to create awareness among the people. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us Javadekar also gave the details of expenditure incurred on creating awareness for the schemes — Rs 1,280.07 crore in 2016-17, Rs 1328.06 crore in 2017-18 and Rs 1195.94 crore in 2018-19. The minister also gave a year-wise break-up of the expenditure on publicity through different media. In 2016-17, Rs 468.53 crore was spent on publicity through print media, Rs 609.14 crore on audio-visual, Rs 186.59 crore on outdoor publicity and Rs 15.81 crore on printed publicity, he said. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us In 2017-18, Rs 636.09 crore was spent on print media, Rs 468.93 crore on audiovisual, Rs 208.55 crore on outdoor publicity and Rs 14.49 crore on printed publicity, he said. In 2018-19, Rs 429.55 crore was spent on print media, Rs 514.29 on audiovisual, Rs 235.33 crore on outdoor publicity and 16.77 crore on printed publicity, Javadekar said.
Abids: Prsashas Research Consulting Company organised a free thesis-writing workshop here on Monday. Professor DK Lal Das and Dr G Ashirvadam shared their expertise and knowledge on the subject.Speaking on the occasion, Professor DH Lal Das said that most of the researchers have been adopting ‘copy writing’ methods rather than focusing on their research. Most of the researchers blindly follow the recommendations of their guides. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us As a result, they do not focus on their research but engage in plagiarism. He hoped that the workshop would guide research scholars to focus on the research instead of engaging in plagiarism. Plagiarism should be eliminated in order to produce good PhD and M Phil scholars, he said. Among those who participated in the workshop were D Kulakarni, Dr S Rajyalakshmi and others.
Karimnagar: Raksha Bandhan, festival which signifies sister’s love and protection for her brother, was celebrated across the district on Thursday. Women and girls continued their shopping to buy beautiful rachis to tie to their brothers had continued from Wednesday to Thursday afternoon.Women performed special pujas in temples for the wellbeing of their brothers. As a responsible citizen, a few of the women and girls presented saplings to their brothers requesting them to plant them and to protect them until it grows into a plant. Heavy rush was seen at kiosks selling colourful rakhis of various shapes and sizes. Sweet stalls witnessed heavy turnout of customers especially women and girls. The chicken and mutton shops also witnessed heavy rush.
By JAY REEVES, Associated PressPANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — Gaining frightening fury overnight, Hurricane Michael closed in Wednesday on the Florida Panhandle with potentially catastrophic winds of 145 mph, the most powerful storm on record ever to menace the stretch of fishing towns, military bases and spring-break beaches.With more than 375,000 people up and down the Gulf Coast warned to clear out, the hurricane’s leading edge began lashing the white-sand shoreline with tropical storm-force winds, rain and rising seas before daybreak, hours before Michael’s center was expected to blow ashore.This Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 satellite image provided by NOAA shows Hurricane Michael, center, in the Gulf of Mexico. (NOAA via AP)“I really fear for what things are going to look like there tomorrow at this time,” Colorado State University hurricane expert Phil Klotzbach said in an email.The unexpected brute quickly sprang from a weekend tropical depression, reaching Category 4 early Wednesday as it drew energy from the Gulf of Mexico’s 84-degree waters. That was up from a Category 2 on Tuesday afternoon.“The time to evacuate has come and gone … SEEK REFUGE IMMEDIATELY,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott tweeted, while the sheriff in Panama City’s Bay County issued a shelter-in-place order before dawn.At 8 a.m ., Michael was centered was about 90 miles (145 kilometers) from Panama City and Apalachicola, moving fast at 13 mph (21 kph). Tropical storm winds extended 185 miles (295 kilometers) from the center, and hurricane-force winds reached out 45 miles (75 kilometers).Rainfall could reach up to a foot (30 centimeters), and the life-threatening storm surge could swell to 14 feet (4 meters).The storm appeared to be so powerful — with a central pressure dropping to 933 millibars — that it is expected to remain a hurricane as it moves over Georgia early Thursday. Forecasters said it will unleash damaging winds and rain all the way into the Carolinas, which are still recovering from Hurricane Florence’s epic flooding.“We are in new territory,” National Hurricane Center Meteorologist Dennis Feltgen wrote on Facebook. “The historical record, going back to 1851, finds no Category 4 hurricane ever hitting the Florida panhandle.”With Election Day less than a month away, the crisis was seen as a test of leadership for Scott, a Republican running for the Senate, and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, the Democratic nominee for governor. Just as Northern politicians are judged on how they handle snowstorms, their Southern counterparts are watched closely for how they deal with hurricanes.Several hours ahead of landfall, seawater was already lapping over the docks at Massalina Bayou near downtown Panama City, and knee-deep water was rising against buildings in St. Marks, which sits on an inlet south of Tallahassee.Huge waves pounded the white sands of Panama City Beach, shooting frothy water all the way to the base of wooden stairs that lead to the beach.More than 5,000 evacuees sought shelter in the capital city, which is about 25 miles from the coast but is covered by live oak and pine trees that can fall and cause power outages even in smaller storms.Only a skeleton staff remained at Tyndall Air Force Base, situated on a peninsula just south of Panama City. The home of the 325th Fighter Wing and some 600 military families appeared squarely targeted for the worst of the storm’s fury, and leaders declared HURCON 1 status, ordering out all but essential personnel.The base’s aircraft, which include F-22 Raptors, were flown hundreds of miles away as a precaution.Evacuations spanned 22 counties from the Florida Panhandle into north-central Florida. But civilians don’t have to follow orders, and authorities feared many failed to heed their warnings to get out.“We’ve told those who stayed to have their life jackets on when the storm comes,” Tress Dameron, Franklin County emergency management coordinator, told The News Herald in Panama City.Sally Crown planned to hunker down with her two dogs in the dangerously exposed coastal town of Apalachicola, population 2,500.“We’ve been through this before,” she said. “This might be really bad and serious. But in my experience, it’s always blown way out of proportion.”Meteorologists watched in real time as a new government satellite showed the hurricane’s eye tightening, surrounded by lightning that lit it up “like a Christmas tree.”
President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci have been invited by the Slovak embassy to attend a bicommunal event this week, the Cyprus News Agency reported on Monday.The Slovak-hosted event will take place at the Ledra Palace hotel in the buffer zone on Wednesday when members of the Committee on Missing Persons Cyprus (CMP) will present their work.The island’s religious leaders, officials of Unficyp, members of the diplomatic community and political party representatives from both sides of the divide have also been invited.If both leaders attend, it would their first meeting following the farewell reception hosted last August by Espen Barth Eide, the UN secretary-general’s former special adviser on Cyprus. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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