OTTAWA – So there’s good news and there’s bad news, golf fans: the good news is that watching golf can significantly improve your health and reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke or diabetes.The bad news: watching it on TV doesn’t count.But let’s be honest — if your idea of watching golf involves spending the better part of a weekend couch-bound with a bowl of salty snacks and a high-definition big screen, you already know you’re missing out on the magic of being there to see the game played at the highest level up close.So, if you were looking for an excuse to head to New Jersey for next week’s biennial Presidents Cup matches, now you have one.Turns out attending a golf tournament in person can be almost as beneficial to one’s health as playing the game itself, says a new study from the University of Edinburgh, that august Scottish campus just 90 minutes around the Firth of Forth from the cradle of the game in St. Andrews.The study, billed as the first to assess the physical activity of tournament spectators, found that nearly 83 per cent of participants exceeded the recommended daily step-count levels, taking on average some 11,589 steps over a day spent watching the on-course action in person.“Walking is one of the best things you can do for your health, adding years to life and increasing health and happiness,” said Dr. Andrew Murray, the researcher from the school’s Physical Activity for Health Research Centre who authored the study.“These pilot findings show golf spectators can experience physical activity to benefit their health while watching a top-quality sport at close quarters. This could have huge implications on event attendance and encouraging more people to attend a professional event or begin playing the sport.”With the help of the Golf and Health Project, a grow-the-game initiative spearheaded by the World Golf Federation, Murray gathered his data at Scotland’s Gleneagles resort during the 2014 Ryder Cup, easily one of the most compelling events on the global pro golf calendar.For the uninitiated, the Ryder Cup and its opposite-year cousin, the Presidents Cup, are three-day team events between 12-player squads that take place every two years, comprising three days of match-play battles that culminate in 12 marquee singles matches on the final day.It’s the ultimate test for a true golf fan, with action critical to the outcome taking place throughout all 18 holes. What’s more, there’s no parking one’s backside in a folding chair or grandstand at the 18th green — key matches often end well before the final hole.And here’s the kicker: The Presidents Cup — complete with Adam Hadwin, Canada’s top golfer and all-around good dude, on the International team — gets underway next week at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., across the Hudson River from the island of Manhattan.Hadwin, whose first PGA Tour win came in March at the Valspar Championship, finished in a tie for 13th earlier this month at the Dell Technologies Championship, locking up a spot on the team he’d been coveting from the beginning.“It never really left my mind this year,” he said of playing in the Presidents Cup.Liberty National, in case you’re wondering — and by now you should be — is an eight-hour drive from Toronto, and six hours due south of Montreal. Single-day tickets are still available for US$115 each for competition days, and US$50 for practice days. A full week’s pass runs US$500.There is, of course, one catch.“Our study shows that the vast majority of spectators did spend at least some time walking the course,” Murray said in an email. “The health benefits would not apply to the small number that sit in one location all the time.”Murray recommends taking the full measure of the golf course for a better grasp of the tournament’s ebb and flow: “You’ll get health benefits and also see all of the course that the players are up against.”The Golf and Health Project aims to grow the game by promoting the many virtues of playing and watching what it calls a “holistic” sport — one that can help mitigate countless ills, from diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular problems to depression and self-esteem — and promoting its growth among young people.It cites one Swedish study that found golfers, particularly those who walk the course, typically live up to five years longer than non-golfers, thanks to the fact that the game can generate sustained levels of moderate physical activity, contrary to its cigars-and-scotch image.“Regular physical activity is one of the best presents we can give our children, making them on average healthier and happier,” Murray said.“It’s also a great opportunity for family time and fresh air, which we also know are key determinants of wellness, from a public health perspective.”— Follow @froghairgolf on Twitter
One of the most successful female singer-songwriters of all time, Dionne Warwick, has been revealed as the headline act at this year’s Butterfly Ball, the flagship fundraising event for national charity, Caudwell Children.Dionne Warwick To Headline Butterfly BallCredit/Copyright: Caudwell ChildrenFamed for hit songs including ‘Walk On By’, ‘Do You Know The Way To San Jose’ and ‘Alfie’, Warwick’s winning partnership with Burt Bacharach and Hal David helped her become one of the World’s greatest hit makers.By headlining the glamorous event, Warwick will follow in the footsteps of music legends Tina Turner, Sir Elton John, Rod Stewart and her cousin, the late Whitney Houston; all of whom have appeared at the charity ball which raises money for disabled children.The black-tie affair, which boasts a guest list of A-list stars and Royalty, will take place on Thursday 16thMay at Battersea Evolution in Battersea Park, London.Commenting on the news, Mrs Warwick said: “It will be an honour to perform at such an auspicious event, especially one that raises so much money for disabled children.”Caudwell Children was founded in 2000 by the billionaire philanthropist, John Caudwell. Since that time the charity has helped thousands of disabled children and raised over £27million.Mrs Beswick, CEO of Caudwell Children, said: “Dionne Warwick is one of the true legends of music and it will be a delight to have her join the list of truly amazing performers to have performed at the Butterfly Ball.”Celebrity guests expected to attend include Sir Elton John, Rachel Stevens, Sir Bruce Forsyth, Joan Collins and Peter Andre.For more information about the event visit www.caudwellchildren.com or call the Events Team on 01782 600611.
Just a day after the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) enlisted the support of some the world’s top soccer players to promote its agenda at next month’s World Cup in Germany, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) scored another goal today with the adoption of environmental messages contained in a short film to be presented on giant screens before each and every match of the month-long tournament. “Environmental considerations will take centre stage in this competition for the very first time, with clear and measurable objectives, and we hope that it will leave a lasting legacy,” UNEP Division of Communications and Public Information Director Eric Falt said. The film, adopted by Green Goal, set up by the German Organizing Committee with UNEP and the German Oeko Institute, ends with the slogan ‘World Champion for the Environment – We are working on it.”Green Goal, whose stars include German football legend Franz Beckenbauer and former UNEP Executive Director Klaus Toepfer, also put the final touches to the Climate Neutral scheme, which will offset all 100,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide generated within Germany by transportation, construction and maintenance of the stadia, and the presence of 3.2 million expected spectators.As part of an environmentally sound transport plan, fans purchasing tickets for the matches in the 12 World Cup venues will be able to use them for free access to local public transportation in a scheme that will cost the World Cup 2006 Organizing Committee some €2 million (euros) but should save large amounts of greenhouse gases by reducing private car use.Other energy savings schemes centre on the venues themselves. For example, the latest high-tech energy management systems have been installed in the Munich Arena and should realize a 20 per cent reduction in electricity consumption on both and match and non-match days.With the issue of waste avoidance foremost on their minds, organizers have also introduced the reusable “Cup of the Cup.” Fans will pay a deposit of €1 for the cup which will be the only one sold and used for drinks at the grounds.“Environmental considerations and impacts, including those that add to climate change, are increasingly being factored into important sporting events,” Mr. Falt said.Yesterday UNICEF and world’s governing soccer body, Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), kicked off a campaign that includes a public service announcement featuring some of world’s top players, including UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham, to promote the values of peace and tolerance.
The buildup to No. 6 Ohio State and No. 10 Nebraska has been growing for weeks. After the Buckeyes dropped a game to Penn State midway through the year, all eyes were on Saturday’s primetime showdown with the Cornhuskers. But the potentially résumé building game against Nebraska spells trouble for OSU. After failing to contain a mobile quarterback in Penn State redshirt sophomore Trace McSorley, who scrambled in for a key touchdown late, the Scarlet and Gray will be faced with an even more difficult challenge in senior quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr.Armstrong has been scoring touchdowns through the air and on the ground for the entire season, much like he has done throughout his career in Nebraska. After running back Ameer Abdullah left, Armstrong has been the go-to guy for the Cornhusker offense, and he has not disappointed.With 1,764 yards passing and 419 yards rushing, Armstrong is well on his way to challenging for 3,000 yards this season. Cornerbacks coach Kerry Coombs knows his unit will be pushed and will face adversity against him.“He’s a very dynamic football player,” Coombs said. “He can run, he can throw, he scrambles. He does everything well. He probably has the strongest arm of any of the quarterbacks we’ve seen this year. We know we’ve got to do everything we can to contain him in the pocket, try to make sure we have on-body coverage, but then we also have to stop him when he runs the ball.”OSU has struggled at times against dynamic signal callers this year. On top of McSorley, the Buckeyes faced redshirt junior Baker Mayfield, the lead man for Oklahoma. While the Sooners failed to top the Buckeyes, Mayfield had a decent day passing the ball. His legs were not a factor, as he could only find five yards on eight carries. However, last week against Northwestern, OSU struggled to stop Northwestern’s Clayton Thorson, who scampered for a 35-yard run. So how will the Buckeyes stop Armstrong? It’s simple, really.Crash the pocketOSU redshirt junior cornerback Gareon Conley (8) and OSU redshirt sophomore cornerback Marshon Lattimore (2) celebrate Conley’s first half interception during the Buckeyes game against the Badgers on Oct. 15. The Buckeyes won 30-23 in overtime. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo EditorMobile quarterbacks have a tendency to have “happy feet” in the pocket. Plays occasionally take a long time to develop, and a signal caller who struggles to keep his legs under him in the pocket can have a secondary licking its chops. If OSU wants to have opportunities to be ballhawks, they have to put pressure on Armstrong. Bringing edge pressure will force Armstrong to backpedal away from the pocket. If he rolls to his left, then half the field will be removed from the play. The same can be said for his right. When a quarterback removes himself from the pocket, it’s up to receivers to run rover and find a way to get open. With two stud cornerbacks in redshirt junior Gareon Conley and redshirt sophomore Marshon Lattimore, a trigger-happy Armstrong without his feet under him could make those two corners very happy by the end of the night.Defend the deep ballArmstrong is a cannon-armed quarterback who loves to chuck the ball deep. That much is known, but just how well can the Buckeyes keep the ball from receivers further than 20 yards down the field?OSU has been guilty of giving up chunk plays down the field, including some key ones against Penn State. That could spell trouble for OSU early. The Buckeyes have not seemed like a team that can handle an early deficit well, and expect Nebraska to chuck it downfield early.Sure, Conley and Lattimore are looking good at this point of the year, but the secondary has been guilty of the occasional misread on passes over the top, like this instance against Wisconsin.If the Buckeyes want to find a way to win, they have to keep Armstrong from pitching it deep. Get out in front earlyAlthough Nebraska does not have the most potent offense, any form of lead can be enough for a team that puts up 32 points a game and only lost one game this season.OSU has struggled mightily in the first half this year, and needs to find a way to get points on the board early to keep the dynamic ability of Armstrong from hurting them. If he is playing with the lead, OSU’s defense might tense up and be in for a long night in Ohio Stadium. As aggressive as they are, the Silver Bullets could run themselves right out of the game if overly aggressive.Putting points up early would force Armstrong to push in order to catch back up, and the Buckeyes defense is best with the lead.
After two season on second place in Serbian Superliga, Kolubara Lazarevac win Championship after they celebrated winning of National Cup, ten days ago. Two rounds before end, Kolubara has four points more then biggest opponent, Crvena zvezda. In crucial match, 20 days ago, Kolubara easily beat Crvena zvezda 38:27 in front of 500 domestic spectators and practicaly finish this season succesfull. That was something what handball releases expected, because budget of team from Lazarevac was quite bigger then Belgrade teams, Crvena zvezda and Partizan. Years of investments got form through trophies.Results round 28.Partizan Dunav osiguranje – Priboj 38:27 (19:11)Jugović Unimet – Kolubra 26:26 (14:15)PKB – Crvenka 30:31 (16:12)Smederevo DU Integral – Metaloplastika Zorka Keramika 26:26 (11:12)Planinka Prolom voda – Naisus 28:30 (20:14)Vojvodina Železničar – Proleter Naftagas 32:22 (14:7)Dinamo – Crvena zvezda Alumil 31:31 (18:14)Super Liga table:Kolubara 47C. zvezda 43Partizan DO 35Metaloplastika ZK 35Radnički 34Vojvodina 32Naisus 29Jugović 24Priboj 19 (one game plus)PKB 18Smederevo 16Crvenka 16Dinamo 15Proleter 15 (one game plus)Planinka PV 14 ← Previous Story Leipzig new-old champion of Germany! Next Story → THW Kiel beat HSV Hamburg for the first place in Bundesliga!
Councillor Hugh McElvaney in a still from RTÉ Investigates. Image: RTÉ Councillor faces significant legal bill following failed attempt to stop ethics inquiry Councillor McElvaney was one of the subjects of an RTÉ Investigates programme in 2015. No Comments By Aodhan O’Faolain & Ray Managh Councillor Hugh McElvaney in a still from RTÉ Investigates. Image: RTÉ 19,346 Views Share19 Tweet Email2 Tuesday 10 Sep 2019, 2:21 PM https://jrnl.ie/4803314 Short URL A COUNTY COUNCILLOR faces a significant legal bill arising out of his failed High Court bid to halt an ethics inquiry into comments he made while being secretly filmed by RTÉ’s Primetime Programme.At the High Court on Tuesday, Mr Justice Garrett Sims ruled that Monaghan County Councillor Hugh McElvaney should pay the legal costs of proceedings the politician brought against the Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO).The councillor is the subject of a SIPO investigation into whether he breached ethics when he was one of the subjects of an RTÉ Investigates programme Standard in Public Office, aired in 2015.In it, an undercover researcher, using the name Nina Carlson posed as a representative of a foreign investment firm looking for their support for a fictitious wind farm development.McElvaney brought High Court judicial review proceedings claiming that SIPO, which held a preliminary inquiry into the matter, should be stopped from going any further.In his judgement earlier this month Mr Justice Garrett Simons, who heard the application over the course of two days, said he was satisfied “to dismiss the application in its entirety”. That decision clears the way for the SIPO inquiry to proceed after being on hold pending the outcome of the High Court case.Today, when the case returned before the court counsel for McElvaney, Breffni Gordon Bl asked the court to use its discretion and make no order in regards as to who should pay the costs.This was opposed by counsel for SIPO James Doherty SC who argued that the normal rule where costs follow the event, meaning that McElvaney should pay his client’s costs, should be applied.In his ruling, Mr Justice Simons agreed with Mr Doherty and said that given that the proceedings had been dismissed in their entirety the normal rule in regards to who should pay the costs of the action should apply.This was not a case where McElvaney had won a number of points raised in his action, the judge added. The judge ordered that McElvaney pay the legal costs of the action, estimated to be a five-figure sum.SIPO’s investigation arose following a complaint made to the commission that the councillor had contravened provisions of the 2001 Local Government and the Code of Conduct for Councillors. In his action, the former Fine Gael, now independent councillor McElvaney argued that he was entrapped by the RTÉ reporter, who would not be available for cross-examination at the hearing of the investigation and that the inquiry was inadequate.SIPO had opposed the application.In a lengthy and detailed ruling, Judge said that the absence of the undercover reporter did not prejudice the statutory investigation being conducted by SIPO.The Judge said what the reporter said to McElvaney during the interview was not at issue as it was accepted what she had said was fictitious.What was at issue, the judge added, was the response of the councillor to what was said.The Judge added that the councillor’s objection to RTE engaging in an impermissible exercise of entrapment was “premature.”The court was not given any indication if councillor McElvaney intends to appeal the judgement to the Court of Appeal. Tue 2:21 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Recommended for you TCI Premier & Governor gives “all-clear” after Hurricane Irma Related Items:crown, crown land, government, land, Tci, turks and caicos Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThe Turks and Caicos needs to change the way Crown Land is given, especially to natives and in a private members motion during a recent House of Assembly meeting, Sharlene Robinson reminded the PNP Government side of a promise to unite to see the current laws changed. “…this legislation when passed was offensive to many and while we understand the background of alleged abuse, misuse and mismanagement of land, we continue to find bits of the legislation offensive and an affront to the people and the would be investor,” said Hon Robinson.Robinson is talking about the crude selection process which is basically a lottery, where names are placed in a jar and the one selected wins the opportunity to buy the property up for grabs; she gave an example. “A whopping 500 plus applicants were said to have applied and following a screening process, the numbers were reduced to about 321 for 36 lots. The names were placed in a container and persons were invited to draw names.” Back-up names were also drawn according to Robinson in this account and each applicant had to pay a fee of $100 for a chance. The PDM side voted to see the motion made into an official commitment, after their leader explained to the House , “this Mr Speaker is a raffle and gamble and our people deserve better! We believe the ability to own land, a home or a business is an empowerment tool and to continue on this path is nothing short of insulting and inhibiting.”The motion was seconded by Wheeland Member, Hon Delroy Williams. Three PNP Ministers were said to have abstained in the vote. Hurricane Hit Territories Labelled “Too Wealthy” for British Aid Happy Hours All Weekend at Outback Steakhouse
Former United goalie Mark Bosnich, came out to defend Paul Pogba from the unfortunate Tweet he posted after Jose Mourinho’s sacking.There is no question that one of the most unfortunate moments in the Pogba vs Mourinho feud was the way in which it ended, but the Frenchman does have people like Mark Bosnich who are coming out in his defense.The former Manchester United goalkeeper spoke to Sky Sports TV to make his case that Paul Pogba never intended to come across as an insensitive player who celebrated that his manager got sacked.The main reason why Bosnich felt the need to defend Pogba was due to the comments of disdain that Gary Neville had against the midfielder, where he stated that Paul was ‘dancing on Jose Mourinho’s grave’ after posting that Tweet.“There’s two sides to every story, I also saw Gary Neville’s response that he thought it was rubbish the fact that it was a tweet that was scheduled,” Bosnich said to Omnisport via Four Four Two.“I think [ex-Arsenal striker] Ian Wright said that it was a scheduled tweet, so we don’t really know but the bottom line is it shouldn’t have been put out there. His people should’ve thought about the fact that somebody had just been sacked.”“I had the experience at Aston Villa with Ron Atkinson, who was a superb manager as well. Six months after winning the EFL Cup he was sacked by the late Doug Ellis and it’s really not a nice situation.”Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“With hindsight, regardless of whether it was scheduled or not that tweet shouldn’t have gone out.”“Social media wasn’t around in our era and the bottom line is, way back in that day, there were people in that side at Aston Villa who were feeling and acted privately in the way that it came across in the Pogba Instagram,” Bosnich added.“There wouldn’t have been a similar reaction because now you hit Instagram and it goes to the whole world,” he concluded.This is what @paulpogba tweeted and then deletedWas this an ill-timed sponsored tweet or a perfectly timed dig at departing @ManUtd manager Jose Mourinho? pic.twitter.com/XQdwsinxkm— Omnisport (@OmnisportNews) December 18, 2018
MARGATE, FLA. (WSVN) – A man who, police said, went missing in Margate, Saturday has reportedly been found.According to Margate Police, 32-year-old Kerry Forde exited his girlfriend’s car and took off running in the area of Northwest 15th Street and Banks Road, at around 8 p.m.He did not have his cellphone on him and police reported him to be endangered.He has since been found. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Yolanda Wikiel has joined Redbook as deputy editor. Previously, she served as a senior editor for Real Simple. In this position, Kleinman will execute global digital advertising strategy across Hearst Magazines in national and international markets, translating industry solutions into ad offerings. Isaac Lee has been named to the new role of chief news, entertainment, and digital officer at Univision. In this position, Lee will oversee FMG, including brands Fusion, El Rey, The Root, The Onion, and more. Clair Urbain has been appointed to editor of Pro Contractor Rentals magazine, its associated website (www.procontractorrentals.com), and its e-newsletter, Pro Contractor Rentals Weekly. Urbain succeeds Mike Martin, who has retired. Harper’s Bazaar has hired Lauren Christensen as an associate features editor. Christensen joins the brand from Vanity Fair, where she was an assistant editor. Bloomberg Media has appointed Mark Miller editor of Bloomberg LIVE, the brand’s live events business. In this position, Miller will lead editorial and programming strategy for the brand’s six annual marquee conferences. Miller joins the company from Marketplace, where he served as managing editor. Prior to joining Hearst, Kleinman served as senior vice president of Guardian Labs and brand partnerships at Guardian News & Media. Previously, he served as director of product marketing at The New York Times, and has also held roles in digital brand strategy, business development, and production at Columbia University DKV, Siegel + Gale, and Thirteen/WNET. Money magazine has added Karen Damato, Veronica Quezada, and Lauren Wood as assistant managing editor, social media writer, and editorial assistant/reporter, respectively. Previously, Damato served as editor of The Wall Street Journal’s wealth section and Wood was an intern at ABC News Nightline. Amanda Heckert has joined Garden & Gun as deputy editor. She joins the brand from Indianapolis Monthly, where she served as editor-in-chief and led the publication to several industry awards. Dan Ilic and Brooke Minters have joined Fusion from Al Jazeera’s AJ+ digital news arm. Ilic previously served as senior satire producer for AJ+ and joins Fusion as executive producer for comedy. Meanwhile, Minters was executive producer of AJ+’s explainer team, and will now serve as executive producer of news video for Fusion. Hearst Magazines Digital Media (HMDM) has appointed Jason Kleinman to the role of vice president of brand solutions. Kleinman will report to Troy Young, president of HMDM. Domino has announced Nathan Coyle will be the brand’s new CEO, effective July 25. He will succeed Cliff Sirlin, co-founder of Domino Media Group, and now a member of the board. Coyle joins the company from Refinery29, where he served as executive VP and general manager. Alex Rodriguez has joined HGTV Magazine as account manager. Previously, she worked at Meredith Hispanic Media where she called on accounts including Kraft, Kellogg’s, MARS, and Kimberly-Clark. Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move: “Jason will provide a critical bridge between the product, sales, audience, and edit teams to offer holistic opportunities to marketers,” Young said in a statement. “From display ad products and branded content creation to data and research, Jason will play an incredibly important role as we continue to extend our unified platform and suite of ad products to the global Hearst network.” NPR has made a few changes to its programming team, effective August 8. Steve Nelson joins the company as director of programming, replacing Israel Smith. Smith has been promoted to senior director of promotion and audience development. Nelson previously served as director of on-demand programming at American Public Media. Finally, N’Jeri Eaton will serve as senior manager for program acquisition. She joins from the Independent Television Service, where she was the content development and initiative manager. RealClearPolitics has hired A.B. Stoddard as associate editor. Previously, Stoddard worked at The Hill as a columnist and associate editor. Joe DePaolo will join Mediaite as editor of the site’s upcoming new sports vertical. Most recently, DePaolo was a contributing writer for Vox Media, Inc. and freelance writer for the Associate Press, as well as other various magazines and newspapers.
Pete Kaiser and his dog team approach the finish line, moments before their third-in-a-row Kuskokwim 300 victory. (Photo: Kaiser Racing Kennel)Registration for the 2018 Kuskowkwim 300 sled dog race has been open for a month, and so far, 13 mushers are signed up to compete. Among those on the list is last year’s champion Pete Kaiser of Bethel, who has won the last three K300’s.Listen nowOther big names racing in this year’s K300 include Jeff King, Joar Leifseth Ulsom and Jason Mackey. Mackey recently withdrew from the 2018 Iditarod due to the Iditarod Trail Committee’s handling of the doping incident with Dallas Seavey’s sled dog team.Mackey has also stated that his one major sponsor for that race dropped him.2018 K300 mushers are competing for the same amount of money as last year. The total purse amount is still $150,000, with $25,000 of that going to the winner. One change in this year’s race is there will be a musher limit of 30 teams. Once 17 more mushers sign up, then the registration period is closed.The 300-mile race from Bethel to Aniak and back is set to begin January 19th at 6:30pm.
Osmania University: Telangana Vidhyarthi Samithi (TVS) state president Kota Srinivas demanded release of white paper on Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). Speaking to media near Arts College, he said Rs 100 crore has been sanctioned under RUSA to Osmania University. “Officials are misusing the funds which are meant to be used for social research. Naveen Mittal has become a hurdle for release of RUSA funds,” he added demanding 20 fellowships to each of eight centers. He threatened to stage protest in case their demands were not met. Sameer, P Satish, Chintoju Srikanth, M Ravi, Shiva Kumar, Salman, Ganesh and others were present.
Share AP Photo/Eric GayFrom the photo archives: Eldia Contreras, right, and others hold a signs as they take part in a vigil at San Fernando Cathedral for victims who died as a result of being transported in a tractor-trailer, Sunday, July 23, 2017, in San Antonio. At least nine people died after being crammed into a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Walmart in the midsummer Texas heat, authorities said Sunday in what they described as an immigrant-smuggling attempt gone wrong. The Latest on the deaths of 10 people whose bodies were found in a broiling tractor-trailer in a Walmart parking lot in San Antonio (all times local):6:30 p.m.Guatemalan diplomat Cristy Andrino says that among the 10 people who died after being found in the back of a tractor-trailer outside a Texas Walmart was a 19-year-old Guatemalan who had been deported and was on his way back to Maryland to rejoin his family.Andrino says Frank Guisseppe Fuentes’ fingerprints were in the system because he’d previously been deported. The diplomat says “that’s how they knew who the body belonged to so fast.”Andrino says Fuentes was born in Guatemala but immigrated to the United States as a child. His parents are in the U.S. illegally, and hadn’t yet given her instructions on what to do with the body.She says they may fear ICE agents could come after them if they claim the body.Houston immigration lawyer Jacob Monty says deportation would have barred Fuentes from re-entering the country legally. He says his case reflected “the kind of desperate, no-hope person that’s going to get into the back of a semi-truck.”___4:50 p.m.A congressman says a truck that carried dozens of immigrants, 10 of whom died, passed through a Border Patrol checkpoint around two hours before it was discovered in the parking lot of a San Antonio Walmart.U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he had been informed by law enforcement that the truck driven by James Matthew Bradley Jr. cleared the Interstate 35 checkpoint north of Laredo around 10 p.m. Saturday. Police arrived at the Walmart parking lot at 12:23 a.m. Sunday.Cuellar said he didn’t know whether immigrants crossing into the United States illegally were loaded into the truck before or after it crossed the checkpoint.The station is 29 miles north of the border, along the interstate that links Laredo and San Antonio and is a primary north-south route in the United States. The station is equipped with license plate readers and dogs that sniff vehicles heading north.A Customs and Border Protection spokesman did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.___4:30 p.m.An official with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says investigators examining the deaths of 10 people found inside a broiling, packed tractor-trailer in San Antonio consider the driver to be just one member of a large “organization” behind the human smuggling operation.Shane Folden, special agent in charge of ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations office in San Antonio, told The Associated Press Tuesday that agents want to “dismantle the complete organization.” The immigrants were found Sunday inside a tractor-trailer at a Walmart in San Antonio.Folden says that could include money transfers, stash houses for immigrants smuggled across the U.S.-Mexico border, and other people involved in planning the operation.Trucker James Matthew Bradley Jr. faces a federal human smuggling charge that could carry the death penalty. Folden declined to say whether Bradley was cooperating with authorities.Agents have interviewed just five of the dozens of people on board the trailer. Twenty-two people are still hospitalized.___3:30 p.m.Federal regulators say they are investigating the troubled Iowa trucking company linked to the 10 deaths of immigrants found in one of its trailers in Texas.The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration confirmed Tuesday that it is investigating Pyle Transportation.The agency says its findings will be shared with Department of Homeland Security investigators, who are conducting a criminal investigation into the immigrants’ deaths.Company owner Brian Pyle said Monday that he had no idea how dozens of immigrants became packed into a trailer with its name on it. He says the company had sold the trailer to an individual in Mexico, and an independent contractor was driving it to Brownsville, Texas, to carry out the sale.The Schaller, Iowa-based company has a history of safety and financial problems.___3 p.m.A Guatemalan diplomat says one survivor of the immigrant smuggling operation that claimed 10 lives told her Houston was the group’s final destination.That’s three hours from where the tractor-trailer stopped in a San Antonio Walmart parking lot.The diplomat said the teen hoped ultimately to reach New York. Another hospitalized Guatemalan, a 23-year-old, was bound for California.Cristy Andrino, Guatemala’s consul in McAllen, visited the 17-year-old Maya in the hospital. Andrino says the teen was in good spirits Tuesday and looking forward to reuniting with family.She said he was happy to learn he wouldn’t be deported because of his age. He spoke by phone with his mother and was showered with gifts from well-wishers.She says he other hospitalized Guatemalan is a material witness in the criminal case against the truck driver and may be able to apply for a special visa available to victims who cooperate with prosecutors.___2:30 p.m.The state of Florida had suspended commercial driving privileges for a truck driver three months before he was arrested for driving a tractor-trailer so hot and so crammed with immigrants that 10 people died.Alexis Bakofsky, a spokeswoman for the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, confirmed Tuesday that the agency disqualified 60-year-old James Matthew Bradley Jr.’s commercial driving privileges in April when he failed to file an updated medical card. Federal law requires commercial drivers supply the card to show they are physically fit for the road.Bradley’s driving record shows he was issued a commercial driver’s license in Florida in 2004. Bakofsky confirmed the Florida license was disqualified indefinitely. Bakofsky also says it would have been illegal for him to have held a second license from another state.Bradley faces charges of illegally transporting immigrants for financial gain resulting in death. The immigrants were found inside his truck at a Walmart in San Antonio.___2 p.m.Court records show that a long-haul truck driver charged in the deaths of 10 immigrants found inside his sweltering tractor-trailer in San Antonio had been cited repeatedly for violating federal motor carrier safety regulations in Iowa dating back to 1995.At least two of the tickets were for logging more hours than allowed.James Matthew Bradley Jr.’s most recent infraction came in April 2013. He was ticketed for violating a rule that bars truckers from driving longer than 14 hours without a break. The citation shows that he was driving for Pyle Transportation. He was fined $127.50.The records show Bradley also received tickets for violations of federal safety rules following stops or inspections in 2011, 2010 and 1995. They included a “maximum hours of service violation” for driving too much without rest in 2010.___12:15 a.m.A long-haul truck driver charged in the deaths of 10 immigrants found inside his sweltering tractor-trailer called his fiancee Sunday from a jail more than 1,000 miles from home and briefly described the gruesome events.Darnisha Rose says James Matthew Bradley Jr., who she called a generous person, claimed he had no idea how so many people came to be crammed inside his trailer in the Texas heat.The 60-year-old Bradley, a diabetic whose criminal history includes a conviction in a felony domestic violence case, told Rose that he’d stopped his truck at a San Antonio Walmart and went inside to use the bathroom. He claimed that when he returned to his truck, he noticed the trailer rocking back and forth.He said he’d heard nothing before that.___12:02 a.m.Mexico’s foreign ministry says 25 of the migrants found inside a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Texas Walmart were Mexican.In a statement Monday night, the ministry says that based on interviews by Mexican consulate personnel and contact with local authorities, “we can say that of the 10 people who lost their lives … four were of Mexican nationality.”The statement also says that of the 29 people hospitalized, 21 are Mexican.Also Monday, the man charged with driving the rig appeared in federal court in San Antonio.James Matthew Bradley Jr. faces charges of illegally transporting immigrants for financial gain, resulting in death. The judge explained to Bradley that he could face the death penalty, if convicted.In the federal complaint, Bradley told authorities he didn’t realize anyone was inside the 18-wheeler.
TV ad placements for LD Entertainment’s “Dog Days” (EMV: $3.89 million), Columbia Pictures’ “Alpha” ($3.7 million) and STX Entertainment’s “Mile 22” ($3.01 million) round out the chart. Notably, “Mile 22” has the best iSpot Attention Index (110) in the ranking, getting 10% fewer interruptions than the average movie ad (interruptions include changing the channel, pulling up the guide, fast-forwarding or turning off the TV). ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Impressions: 468,254,034Attention Score: 93.24Attention Index: 107National Airings: 1,074Networks: 34Most Spend On: NBC, NickCreative Versions: 60Est. Lifetime TV Spend: $22.22MStudio: Walt Disney PicturesStarted Airing: 03/12/18 $3.7M – Alpha Impressions: 192,402,391Attention Score: 93.48Attention Index: 110National Airings: 495Networks: 30Most Spend On: ESPN, NBCCreative Versions: 14Est. Lifetime TV Spend: $8.93MStudio: STX EntertainmentStarted Airing: 05/28/18 Impressions: 318,357,942Attention Score: 90.48Attention Index: 76National Airings: 1,013Networks: 39Most Spend On: NBC, UnivisionCreative Versions: 12Est. Lifetime TV Spend: $9.91MStudio: LD EntertainmentStarted Airing: 07/15/18 1 Movie titles with a minimum spend of $100,000 for airings detected between 07/30/2018 and 08/05/2018.* TV Impressions – Total TV ad impressions delivered for the brand or spot.* Attention Score – Measures the propensity of consumers to interrupt an ad play on TV. The higher the score, the more complete views. Actions that interrupt an ad play include changing the channel, pulling up the guide, fast-forwarding or turning off the TV.* Attention Index – Represents the Attention of a specific creative or program placement vs the average. The average is represented by a score of 100, and the total index range is from 0 through 200. For example, an attention index of 125 means that there are 25% fewer interrupted ad plays compared to the average.Variety has partnered with iSpot.tv, the real-time TV ad measurement company with attention analytics from more than eight million smart TVs, to bring you this weekly look at what studios are spending to market their movies on TV. Learn more about the iSpot.tv platform and methodology. Impressions: 294,563,184Attention Score: 92.28Attention Index: 94National Airings: 710Networks: 24Most Spend On: NBC, ABCCreative Versions: 30Est. Lifetime TV Spend: $15.19MStudio: LionsgateStarted Airing: 07/08/18 Impressions: 314,688,869Attention Score: 93.15Attention Index: 106National Airings: 847Networks: 38Most Spend On: Discovery Channel, ABCCreative Versions: 18Est. Lifetime TV Spend: $8.47MStudio: Columbia PicturesStarted Airing: 12/12/17 $4.28M – Christopher Robin $3.95M – The Spy Who Dumped Me Popular on Variety Top Movie Commercials by Weekly TV SpendData provided by iSpot.tv $3.89M – Dog Days $3.01M – Mile 22 In this week’s edition of the Variety Movie Commercial Tracker, powered by the TV advertising attention analytics company iSpot.tv, Walt Disney Pictures claims the top spot in spending with “Christopher Robin.”Ads placed for the fantasy film had an estimated media value of $4.28 million through Sunday for 1,074 national ad airings on 34 networks. (Spend figures are based on estimates generated from July 30 through Aug. 5. Estimates may be updated after the chart is posted as new information becomes available.) Walt Disney prioritized spend across networks such as NBC, Nick and HGTV, and during shows including The Loud House, SpongeBob SquarePants and America’s Got Talent. Just behind “Christopher Robin” in second place: Lionsgate’s “The Spy Who Dumped Me,” which saw 710 national ad airings across 24 networks, with an estimated media value of $3.95 million.
Kolkata: Mystery shrouds the death of a Trinamool Congress activist from Burdwan, whose body was found in Hooghly’s Serampore on Wednesday morning.The victim, identified as Purnendu Chatterjee, had been missing since Tuesday after some local residents stormed into his house and heckled his family members. They had alleged that the victim had misappropriated some government funds. The villagers demanded the money back from his family members on Tuesday morning, when Chatterjee was away from home. The agitators had alleged that the victim had received around Rs 30,000 as cut money from a fund, which was generated for a government scheme. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe victim did not return home on Tuesday night. His body was recovered by the police in Hooghly on Wednesday morning. There were some injury marks on his body, which was later identified by his family members. Police have started a murder case on the basis of the complaint lodged by his family members. The body has been sent for postmortem examination. The family members of the victim alleged that BJP-backed goons might have been behind the incident. The district Trinamool Congress leaders have also put the blame on the saffron party. The district BJP leaders, however, have denied the allegations brought against them by the ruling party. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateIn the course of investigation, police came to know that the family members couldn’t contact him since Tuesday afternoon. Police are trying to ascertain where the victim had stayed on Tuesday night. The investigating officers are yet to ascertain the exact cause of his death. However, preliminary investigation suggests that he might have been murdered. Police are waiting for the postmortem report which might throw some light on the reason why he was killed. A detailed probe has been initiated in this connection.
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Ed Bernhardt No related posts. Some interesting news has been brewing on the java scene regarding the use of green coffee. Dr. Oz presented green coffee extract on TV for weight reduction and since then, it’s gone ballistic.According to the studies done recently, green coffee contains a powerful antioxidant called chlorogenic acid, which can help to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels. The antioxidant capacity of chlorogenic acid is said to be more potent than of ascorbic acid (vitamin C). It also signals the body to burn up stored fat.Roasted coffee beans loose the greater part of this compound, but green beans contain around 85 mg/gram of coffee. These chlorogenic acids could be a valuable, inexpensive source of antioxidants.Pricy green coffee bean extracts are now being marketed as a supplement, which prompted me to ask, why don’t we just make a drink like green tea? So, I blended 1 tablespoon of green coffee with a cup of water, strained the mix and came up with my own version of a green coffee drink. The taste is fine, and it seems like it could be mixed with vegetable or fruit juices to make a truly healthy beverage. Next, we’ll give it a test as an aid for weight loss.Green coffee beans may be another reason to grow coffee plants around the home for your own cup of java, but the big reason may be this. The government has tried to boost Costa Rica’s faltering coffee production due to the leaf disease known as la roya and an insect called la broca, a weevil that bores into the coffee bean. The government’s plan includes loans to coffee growers to buy more pesticides! That means commercial coffee will now come with an extra dose of toxic residue. Home-grown coffee is less likely to be bothered by pests and disease than coffee grown in large monoculture farms. With good applications of organic fertilizers, coffee plants thrive. As for the weevil, you can make a simple attractant trap from recycled plastic bottles. Coffee’s attractive, shiny, evergreen leaves, fragrant, star-like white flowers and bright red berries make coffee a useful ornamental shrub. Each year a mature coffee plant can produce about 1 pound of processed coffee. Most coffee cooperatives around the country offer young plants for sale or you can try starting them from seeds. You may also spray the plants with seaweed extract (alga marina) and grapefruit seed oil extract (KILOL) to keep them free of leaf diseases, like la roja.The first harvest for young coffee plants comes in the third year, and they may continue in production for more than 20 years. To process the coffee beans, which are actually seeds, you must remove the cherry-like fruit pulp from the seeds with a hand corn grinder (maquina de moler), which has been opened all the way to permit the seeds to pass through without damaging them. The pulp can then be separated from the seeds by washing them in a 5-gallon bucket or tub. The pulp will float and can be scooped off the surface of the water. Next, you’ll need to dry the beans in the sun on screens or trays until they are crisp. The coffee beans can be stored at this stage or passed once again through the corn grinder, but this time with a slightly tighter setting, so the outer husk of the seed will be removed. This paper-like skin is called pergamino in Spanish or parchment. Now you can toast the coffee beans, preferably in a large cast iron skillet. Here you can custom roast the coffee; light brown for a mild flavor or almost black for a strong blend. The toasted beans are then ground in a small coffee grinder, a blender or the corn grinder with a tight setting.Although coffee can be considered a cardio-stimulant and a good laxative, excessive use of coffee can cause secondary effects, such as nervousness, irritability, insomnia, muscle tension, high blood pressure, heart palpitations, stomach distress, gastritis, ulcers and poor assimilation of nutrients in the intestines. So, for your own well-being, try cutting down on your coffee intake. And for a healthier planet, try growing some eco-friendly coffee right at home. For more details on tropical eco-gardens, medicinal herbs and natural living in the tropics, be sure to see our newsletter at: http://thenewdawncenter.info/blog.html or contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook Comments
Some of the allegations date back to when Boudou was a mid-level government official. Fernandez later promoted him to be her economy minister, and then again to be vice president in her second term.“The question is whether Cristina knew about all this,” Berensztein said. “If not, it was an intelligence failure involving people around her. And if she knew about that, then the president herself is complicit.”___Associated Press writer Luis Andres Henao in Santiago, Chile, contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 0 Comments Share Top Stories Sponsored Stories More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Associated PressBUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) – Influence peddling and money laundering allegations haven’t been enough to topple Argentina’s vice president, Amado Boudou. On Monday, illegal enrichment accusations were added to the mix when a federal prosecutor asked an investigative judge to open yet another probe against him.Prosecutor Jorge Di Lello also asked Judge Ariel Lijo to investigate 10 businesses, including The Old Fund, a holding company reportedly linked to Boudou that took over a bankrupt printing company and secured a government contract to print Argentina’s currency after Boudou and other top officials intervened on its behalf. New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Check your body, save your life Also named in the probe request are Boudou’s girlfriend, Agustina Kampfer; a longtime friend and business partner, Jose Maria Nunez Carmona; and another businessman, Alejandro Vandenbroele, who allegedly served as Boudou’s proxy in a series of business deals.The judge must now decide whether to formally open an illegal enrichment investigation and eventually whether to bring charges that carry a maximum penalty of six years in prison and a lifetime ban from public office, Di Lello’s secretary, Juliana Marquez, told The Associated Press.“The prosecutor has found sufficient elements to justify investigating the vice president,” Marquez said. “The judge now needs to initiate the investigation … examining the declared wealth of the functionary and the others named, along with the sworn declarations of the companies, in search of any incongruencies.”In Argentina, taxpayers must formally declare not only their income, but also their total wealth. The government can then compare the totals along with declarations from the money’s sources, and can bring tax evasion charges when the totals don’t match.Boudou already faces potential charges of influence trafficking and other acts incompatible with public office, in a case Lijo inherited from Judge Daniel Rafecas. Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Rafecas agreed to open that investigation, and Argentina’s attorney general, Esteban Righi, approved that judge’s request for a raid on Boudou’s apartment that turned up telephone records and other evidence linking Boudou and Vandenbroele. Both men denied knowing each other, but Vandenbroele’s ex-wife provided testimony and went public with her claims that he had acted as Boudou’s front-man for years.Boudou spoke out in his own defense last month in a lengthy and passionate televised speech from his podium in the Senate, where he presides as president of the chamber.He accused an opposition media “mafia” led by the newspaper Clarin of inventing a novel rivaling “The Godfather.” He accused the president of Argentina’s stock exchange of trying to bring him down in a conspiracy with political and business rivals who failed to get the currency-printing contract.Boudou then filed a formal complaint with the courts alleging that all three judiciary officials managing the influence-trafficking probe _ Rafecas, Righi and federal prosecutor Carlos Rivolo _ had been conspiring against him and improperly leaking information to Argentina’s opposition media. Rafecas was separated from the case, Righi resigned under pressure, and now Lijo must decide whether to separate Rivolo as well.Opposition lawmakers on Monday repeated their calls for Boudou to resign, warning that his case could be a threat to President Cristina Fernandez.“He needs to free the president from having to carry the risk of falling herself into the crime of an illegal coverup,” Margarita Stolbizer, an opposition deputy in congress, said in a statement.It would be easier for the president to apologize for the error of choosing him than to become complicit in the scandal by trying to prop him up and block the justice system from taking action, she added. “What they’re imposing is a culture of such impunity that they can’t demand legal conduct from the rest of the citizens.”The allegations against Boudou had slipped off Argentina’s front pages after Fernandez decided to take back control of the nation’s leading energy company, YPF, from Spanish shareholders.“But now it’s come back with force,” raising questions about what the president knew and when, said Sergio Berensztein, director of the independent Poliarquia consulting firm in Buenos Aires. 5 treatments for adult scoliosis 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches
Patti Smith, Salman Rushdie talk literature, Trump by Hillel Italie, The Associated Press Posted Dec 4, 2017 7:39 pm PDT Last Updated Dec 5, 2017 at 5:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – Patti Smith’s long, slender fingers trembled just thinking about being a writer during the presidency of Donald Trump.“I don’t know how people are even able to contain themselves and contain their rage,” Smith said, “I always felt, even if I didn’t agree with whomever was our president, I felt that I could still walk tall wherever I want. I still was myself. But there’s something about this current administration where I feel tainted as a human being.”On Monday night at the Whitney Museum in Manhattan, Smith and Salman Rushdie commiserated about Trump and otherwise compared notes on everything from the writing process to their favourite painters. They were guests at the annual “Chairman’s Evening” hosted by the MacDowell artist colony and were interviewed by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and MacDowell chairman Michael Chabon. MacDowell has a long history of bringing artists together and previous Chairman’s Evening pairings have included Martin Scorsese with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Stephen Sondheim with Paul Simon.Rushdie and Smith share liberal politics, a love for Manhattan and a willingness to try different art forms. Smith is a poet and rock musician who won a National Book Award for her memoir “Just Kids.” Rushdie is author of the acclaimed novel “Midnight’s Children” and one of the rare literary figures who shares a songwriting credit with a major rock band. Rushdie collaborated with U2 on “The Ground Beneath Her Feet,” the title lifted from Rushdie’s rock ‘n’ roll novel of the same name. At the Whitney, he joked about being approached by other rock stars who wanted to work with him on music, including a drunken Alex James of the band Blur.“I’ve got this idea,” Rushdie recalled James slurring, “I’ll write the words, you write the music.”“That didn’t happen,” Rushdie added.Smith and Rushdie do have very different approaches to writing. Rushdie, who has been touring in support of his novel “The Golden House,” said he doesn’t write on the road and hasn’t figured out his next book. Smith responded that she loves writing away from home, especially at a neighbourhood café, and has multiple projects going. “It’s like a horse race, whichever one hits the finish line, which often isn’t the one I’m being paid for,” she said.Audience members grumbled when Rushdie contended that women tend to prefer writing at home, in familiar surroundings.“Oh, you haven’t seen my house,” Smith said.Both said that current events have made it harder for them to focus, but also more determined. Rushdie said the artist’s role was to “create beauty” and to “move beyond” Trump, at least in the writing process, because he’s “not interesting enough.” Smith said she saw her job as keeping “an eye on everything,” in case “we have to do something drastic” politically, and otherwise maintain a well-rounded existence.“And I can’t let this guy (Trump), and what they’re doing, keep me from my inalienable right to do my work, to have some kind of joy in life,” she said.
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