NEW DELHI — Iran’s foreign minister has met with his Indian counterpart in New Delhi, days after India decided to follow U.S. restrictions on buying Iranian oil.India’s foreign ministry says Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif held discussions with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday on issues of mutual interest, including the evolving situation in Afghanistan. It didn’t give any details.Iran is the third-largest oil supplier for India after Iraq and Saudi Arabia. India bought 23.6 million tons of Iranian oil in the financial year ending in March 2019.India says it will buy crude oil from other major oil producing countries to protect its interests.Washington has renewed sanctions to eliminate all Iranian oil revenue, which it says funds destabilizing activity throughout the Middle East and beyond.The Associated Press
WFP had been forced to stop its assistance to the displaced Afghans earlier this year because it did not have unhindered access to the island on the Pianj river where they are living. But on Thursday, working with ACTED, a French non-governmental organization, the agency delivered 10 tonnes of food to some 1,500 Afghans in need. “We insisted on, and got, full access to the area because we wanted to ensure that the needy are receiving the food aid — and not any combatants,” said WFP Tajikistan Country Director Bouchan Hadj-Chikh. “Of this, we are confident.” The agency’s Tajikistan office organized the food delivery because the island is more accessible on the Tajik side of the border, WFP said. The relief package included wheat flour, oil, salt, lentils and sugar.
The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and the Acumen Fund said the transfer of the Japanese technology to an African manufacturer was made possible by an international public-private partnership aimed at greatly reducing malaria deaths.The new technology extends the efficacy of insecticidal bednets from about one year to more than four years without being retreated. The “long-lasting insecticidal nets” are a powerful weapon for fighting malaria, which kills more than one million people annually, most of them children under the age of five, WHO said.Ordinary nets need to be treated with insecticides at least once a year to remain effective, a requirement which has been difficult to achieve in part due to cost, availability, and custom. In comparison, the long-lasting nets retain their effectiveness for at least four years, thanks to a technology that embeds the insecticide within the net’s very fibres. Until a Tanzanian company began producing the nets in Africa earlier this month, long-lasting nets were only manufactured in Asia.Producing the nets in Africa increases their availability to the people most affected by malaria and strengthens the development of industry in Africa. In addition to the human toll, malaria costs Africa $10 billion to $12 billion annually in lost gross domestic product (GDP).“Properly used, [the nets] can cut malarial morbidity by at least 50 per cent and child deaths by 20 per cent,” WHO Director-General Lee Jong-wook said.
Ten American coal and mineral mines have won annual awards from the US Department of the Interior (DOI) for their outstanding contributions to the environment, mine reclamation and community outreach. The awards were presented by officials from the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM) in ceremonies hosted in Washington by the National Mining Association (NMA). The NMA and the US Department of Labor also recognised 20 mines for their outstanding safety record in 2008, awarding them with ‘Sentinels of Safety’. “NMA is proud of these award winners for the commitment they have demonstrated to modern mining techniques and for the progress US mining has made in practicing sustainable mining in co-operation with local communities,” said NMA President and CEO Hal Quinn. Bob Abbey, Director of the BLM, and Glenda Owens, Acting Director of OSM, presented the awards to winning operations selected by DOI judging panels. The two federal agencies sponsor the annual awards recognising the best environmental and reclamation practices throughout the year for coal and mineral mining.This year’s winners featured reclamation projects that used innovative and best practices for controlling erosion and sedimentation and to enhance wildlife habitat on former coal mine sites. Reclamation activity included reforestation projects that promoted biodiversity and carbon sequestration. Another reclamation project winner reclaimed almost 26,325 ha for forest and pastureland. Since passage of the federal Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) in 1977, post-mining reclamation in the US has become a built-in component of coal mining. Other DOI awards recognised environmental outreach programs that provide valuable infrastructure and conservation services to local communities. One mining company won its ‘good neighbour’ outreach award, for its efforts in providing local teachers with hands-on training to help students better appreciate conservation practices. Other winners routinely sponsor mining tours for the public and support local sports teams in addition to inviting public scrutiny of surface mining operations.The DOI began the environmental awards program for mining in 1986 with the OSM ‘Excellence in Surface Coal Mining Reclamation Award.’ A parallel program for abandoned mine land reclamation was launched in 1992. BLM first presented its mining awards in 2003 to recognise sustainable development practices that include five separate categories for environmental practices throughout the mining community.The winners of the DOI’s annual Reclamation and Sustainable Mineral Development Awards are:BLM Hardrock Mineral Environmental Award – Kinross DeLamar mine, Owyhee County, IdahoBLM Hardrock Mineral Small Operator Award – Mike Pryce, Golden Eagle mine, White Pine County, NevadaBLM ‘Fix A Shaft Today Award (FAST)’ – Abandoned Mine Lands Unit, California Department of Conservation, Sacramento, California; and Nevada Operating Engineers Union, Joint Apprenticeship Committee for Northern Nevada, Reno, NevadaOSM National Awards – La Plata mine, San Juan Coal Company, New Mexico; Spring Creek mine, Spring Creek Coal LLC, Decker, Montana; Caballo mine, Peabody Energy, Campbell County, Wyoming; and Viking mine, Peabody Energy, Daviess County, IndianaOSM Director’s Award – Luminant Mining Company, Fairfield, TexasOSM Good Neighbor Awards – Gateway mine, Peabody Energy, Randolph County, Illinois; Patriot Surface mine, Patriot Coal LP, Henderson County, Kentucky and Red Hills mine, North American Coal, Choctaw County, Mississippi.The ‘Sentinels of Safety,’ awarded annually to the nation’s safest mines with a minimum of 4,000 injury-free hours, this year went to six coal mines and 14 mineral mines chosen from ten different categories. “These award winners are among the safest mines found anywhere in the world and reflect proudly on the commitment the US mining community has made to constantly improve its safety record,” said Quinn. “Thanks to that commitment, US mines are on pace to establish a new record for mine safety in 2009.” Altogether, 85% of US mines operated in 2008 without a single lost-time injury; making it the safest year in the history of American mining.“These award winners are leading by example, and they are leading the way to a safer mining industry,” said Joseph A. Main, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Mine Safety and Health. “Recognising these operations for outstanding safety programs shows the rest of the industry that it is possible to run mining operations safely every day of the year,” he added.Sentinels of Safety winners are mines that have worked the most employee hours in each category without suffering a lost-time injury. A minimum of 4,000 hours without a lost-time accident is required for award consideration – a requirement met by many more mines than were award winners. The awards were initiated in 1925 by then Commerce Secretary, Herbert Hoover.Award winners are chosen from categories that reflect the type and the size of mines, both surface and underground. Official safety figures maintained by MSHA indicate that since 2002, US coal and mineral mines have reduced the rate of fatal injuries by 13% and the rate of non-fatal injuries by 26%. In recent years, NMA members have dedicated greater resources than ever to mine safety improvements, said Quinn. Coal and mineral companies have spent more than $800,000 in the past three years on advanced communications and safety gear, added dozens of new mine rescue teams, jointly sponsored research to examine new safety technology with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and established new industry-wide accident prevention programs targeting high-risk activities. The 2008 Sentinels of Safety Awards winners in all categories are as follows:Large Company Award winners:Coal Processing Facility – Chess Processing, Elk Run Coal Company of Massey Energy; Sylvester, West Virginia.Surface Coal – Surface mine #2, Fola Coal Co of CONSOL Energy; Bickmore, West VirginiaUnderground Coal – Dominion #36, Dominion Coal Corp; Whitewood, VirginiaBank or Pit – ISP Granule Products; Ione, CaliforniaDredge – Briggs plant, Fordyce Holdings; Victoria, TexasMetal-Nonmetal Mill – Edgar plant, BASF Catalysts; McIntyre, GeorgiaOpen Pit – Dry Valley mine, URS Washington Division; Soda Springs, IdahoQuarry – Three Rivers quarry, Martin Marietta Materials; Smithland, KentuckyUnderground Metal – Barrick Cortez, Cortez Joint Venture of Barrick Gold; Crescent Valley, NevadaUnderground Nonmetal – The Detroit salt mine, Detroit Salt Co; Detroit, Michigan.Small Company Award winners:Coal Processing Facility – Chesterfield Prep plant, Omar Mining Company of Massey Energy; Madison, West VirginiaSurface Coal – North Surface mine, Alex Energy, of Massey Energy; Holden, West VirginiaUnderground Coal – Clas #4, Clas Coal Company; Kite, KentuckyBank or Pit – Big Red Dirt Farm; Fayetteville, ArkansasDredge – Garland Aggregate, IA Construction-Garland; Franklin, PennsylvaniaMetal-Nonmetal Mill – Dixie Lee quarry, Vulcan Construction Materials; Concord, TennesseeOpen Pit – Kaufman-George pit, New NGC of National Gypsum Corp; Fort Dodge, IowaQuarry – South Ridge Granite Quarries; Comer, GeorgiaUnderground Metal – Resolution mine, Resolution Copper Mining of Rio Tinto; Superior, ArizonaUnderground Nonmetal – New York mine, Imerys Marble; Marble Hill, Georgia.http://www.msha.gov; http://www.nma.org
Weir Minerals has launched the latest edition in its range of Warman centrifugal pumps, the DWU dewatering pump, to the European market. The pump is designed to deliver increased efficiency where water needs to be lifted over greater heights – a common requirement in both open and underground mines – and the unit delivers efficient operation at heads of up to 140 m. Four different sizes are available, with outlet diameters of 75 mm, 125 mm, 150 mm and 200 mm and around 50% of the parts used in the new design are interchangeable with Weir Minerals’ popular slurry pump, the Warman WBH, to help clients simplify spare parts ordering and holding.Weir Minerals’ engineers have designed a new, double-volute casing which reduces radial load and is capable of maintaining internal pressures of up to 7,000 kPa, allowing the pumps to be configured in series to deliver even greater head heights. Steve Sedgwick, the Weir Minerals Europe Product Manager for Mine Dewatering, said: “The dewatering system is a crucial part of almost every mining operation around the globe, and we’re committed to ensuring that our range of dewatering pumps is broad enough to deliver optimum efficiency, whatever the requirements. We have used the latest computer-modelling technology to achieve a hydraulic design that is optimised for the high-head, high-efficiency dewatering challenges most commonly encountered by our customers, whilst maintaining a proper robust mining type pump. The DWU is designed specifically with heavy lifting in mind, so it minimises hydraulic loads on the internal parts, maximising efficiency and increasing the longevity of wear parts.”He adds: “Mechanically, the pump has been designed with heavy-duty mining applications in mind. A one-piece frame ensures it stays correctly aligned while ultra-heavy-duty bearings maximise wear life and reduce the whole-life cost of ownership.” Key features of the DWU include advanced hydraulic design developed through Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD); double volute design to reduce radial hydraulic loads; thrust reduction impeller design to minimise axial thrust loads; maximum casing pressure of 7,000 kPa; a compact design using 50% common parts with the Warman® WBH® pump; a rigid, one-piece frame; external cooling fans to keep the bearings cool; and an impeller release collar on larger models.
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No more queues, no more supermarket aisles: The future of the Big Shop Supermarkets as we know them could become a thing of the past. Sunday 25 Feb 2018, 8:30 PM The way we live is changing fast. Every fortnight in our new Future Focus series, supported by Volkswagen, we’ll look at how one aspect of everyday life could change in the coming years. This week: payments and grocery shopping.TIRED OF STANDING in supermarket checkout queues? Fed up of looking for spare change for the bake sale or the charity collector?The good news is, you might not have to fumble in your pockets for cash for much longer. The bad news is that if you think you’re glued to your smartphone now, it’s probably only going to get worse.Enter Amazon Go, the first physical store run by the online shopping giant Amazon, which opened in Seattle in recent weeks. The major difference between Amazon Go and the local supermarket is that there’s no checkout – you just download and use the Amazon Go app to enter and leave the premises, and the cost of your groceries is automatically deducted from your bank account after you leave.But while Amazon Go might be the first completely cashless, cashier-less store, they’re not the only retailer moving in that direction. Sainsbury’s has also been trialling a checkout-free system in its London Euston outlet, and the rise of online grocery shopping and delivery across the sector has already offered a cash-free alternative to brick-and-mortar supermarkets.Morissons and Ocado in the UK have even integrated their online grocery services with Alexa, Amazon’s personal assistant, to allow for grocery orders using voice commands. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Inside the Amazon Go store in Seattle, which opened last month Image: SIPA USA/PA Images Home speakers like Amazon’s Echo, pictured, and Google Home may be part of a wider change to the way we shop Source: DPA/PA ImagesBut we’re still using physical retail outlets for at least some of our shopping – so why is cash falling from favour?The problem is that the extra time it takes to handle and manage cash over card payments is inefficient. “Everybody has a smart phone, everything else happens instantly in the world, except money – cash is the one thing where it seems to take forever to do anything,” says Charles Dowd, CEO and co-founder of Irish payments startup Plynk.“In India they’re pushing really hard for the demonetisation of society, and in the Nordic countries they’ve almost achieved it entirely, which is really impressive. There’s a role for cash, but it’s inevitable that it will change. Everybody’s arguing over what might replace it – will it be an app, Apple, Google, Visa, a bank, or some other unknown start-up?”Plynk is one of several Irish fintech start-ups which are changing how we deal with cash. Founded in 2015, the app “takes the social awkwardness out of financial interactions between friends,” according to Dowd. The idea is that you install it on your smartphone and get a virtual Mastercard. As a result you can move money instantly via messaging from phone to phone, account to account; forgetting your wallet or not having enough cash on you is no longer an excuse for not chipping in on the taxi home.“Studies have shown that in person-to-person transactions, things tend to either be settled through barter – deferred barter – or through cash,” says Dowd.We’re trying to replace that cash element. We talk about cash being our competitor – where you used to use cash to pay friends back later, you can now use Plynk instantly.Apps like Plynk, Way2Pay and even JustEat have taken physical cash out of the equation when it comes to paying for low-value goods. But Apple Pay, Android Pay and mobile wallets have also made huge inroads, while contactless payments are widening the ever-increasing gap between Ireland’s card and cash spend.Last year, the Irish Cancer Society introduced contactless payments as an option for collectors on Daffodil Day for the first time, while in recent weeks, a Paris church, Saint-François de Molitor, has introduced collection baskets which have a smartphone and contactless terminal installed.However, the time is also coming where we won’t have to use a plastic card to authorise payments at all. As Internet of Things (IoT) technology becomes more affordable and mainstream, our internet-enabled appliances and vehicles may start to undertake transactions on our behalf.This is no longer the stuff of science-fiction. Visa Ready are preparing for IoT with their Token Service Provider (TSP) programme, which takes the account number from your card and turns it into a digital credential. This could be added to, for instance, an IoT-enabled car; which could then pay for petrol without the customer even having to leave the pump.From order to pickup in 15 minutesAlready, Amazon’s Dash Wand with Alexa (only available in the US at the moment) can be used at home to scan and reorder your usual groceries directly from Amazon, once you log into your account or app to confirm the order.This isn’t the only way that we might see our grocery shopping change. Yet again, Amazon is leading the way with its AmazonFresh pickup option, again located solely in Seattle for the time being.AmazonFresh allows customers to place a grocery order online and pick it up just 15 minutes later. There are no queues, no searching high and low for that one vital ingredient – and no cash. New cashless technologies such as Android Pay are growing in popularity Source: Nick AnsellWhile retailers like Tesco and Dunnes are beginning to offer similar Click and Collect services here, there’s nothing yet that’s quite as instant as AmazonFresh. However, the increased availability of these services indicates that walking up and down the aisles with a trolley, and even traditional supermarkets themselves, could soon be consigned to the past entirely. The rise of IoT and location-tracking technology could even lead to your phone notifying the store’s collection area when you’re on your way.The coming years will see an even greater push towards paying by card, by phone or by app for our everyday buying, while the power of cash dwindles. Currently, Amazon Go’s technology that allows customers to walk in and out of their store – though they haven’t shared the full details of what it entails – is likely too costly for them, or for other retailers, to roll out on a huge scale just yet.But it’s a tantalising taste of what might be down the line for our corner shops, as long as our internet connectivity can support it countrywide.Not even Charles Dowd, however, can fully predict the future of payments: “The future looks obvious until the future arrives,” he says. “And you say ‘I never saw that coming’”.More Future Focus: ‘Student halls for grown-ups’: How communal living spaces could change our idea of home> Share98 Tweet Email4 29 Comments Feb 25th 2018, 8:31 PM Inside the Amazon Go store in Seattle, which opened last month Short URL 51,625 Views http://jrnl.ie/3867660 Image: SIPA USA/PA Images By Gráinne Loughran
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Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Education Minister tours schools this week Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 08 Sept 2015 – This is officially back to school week and there are several changes in the area of Education this academic school year, this as the Department rolls out plans for new programs, new positions and leaves, all happening this year.The Ministry of Education will see a new education psychologist to replace George Pratt who is commencing study leave. Dara Thomas heads to the United Kingdom for one year to pursue a Masters in Educational LeadershipDavid Bowen, former Principal of Marjorie Basden high-school now heads to the Department of Education bringing with him over 15 years in leadership to the position of Education Officer of High Schools. Rodney Cox takes the position of Acting Principal at Marjorie Basden high school.The academic year also brings the introduction of the Caribbean Vocational Qualification in the high schools according to Education Minister Hon. Akierra Misick who explains that the courses will provide another avenue for students to succeed in obtaining certification and qualifications preparing them for the working world.Meanwhile, Minister says campuses were ready to receive the influx of students coming to school, which began on Monday September 7th for government schools nationwide.Hon. Misick sending a warm welcome to educators and the hundreds of school children. A press release from the Education Minister and Deputy Premier said the Ministry worked tirelessly over the summer break to ensure all campuses and staff were ready for the new academic year.The Education Minister said, “No doubt some of the infrastructural changes such as new science labs, home economics labs and woodwork rooms at various schools will enhance the teaching and learning environment in our sector.”The Ministry and Department team says it will be conducting site visits during this month to all of the campuses. Ministry of Education introduces pilot program Education Minister touts new ICT platform for Public Schools Related Items:akierra missick, dara thomas, david bowen, Marjorie Basden High School, rodney cox, schoo report
Argentina midfielder Lionel Messi reacts during a shoot out against Chile in the championship match of the 2016 Copa America Centenario soccer tournament at MetLife Stadium. ReutersBrazil started their Copa America campaign against Bolivia defeating them 3-0 in the first group stage match of the tournament by a brace from Philippe Coutinho and a goal from Everton Soares. The South American giants are the host nation of this year’s edition of the Copa America. They will miss the services of Neymar as he crashed out of the tournament due to an injury.Schedule and PreviewThis is the 46th edition of the tournament and will be played out in five different cities. The tournament started on June 14 local time and the final will be played out on July 7. Japan and Qatar are participating in the tournament on invitation.This year’s tournament will be a very important one for the likes of Lionel Messi. The Argentine legend is probably going to play his last Copa this time around and he is yet to get any success for his national team so he will look forward to winning it in Brazil. The Argentine team is a collection of a mostly new bunch of players who can actually change the course of the game as they have no fear on the pitch. Lionel Scaloni, caretaker coach of Argentina will be tested n this tournament as after he came in charge after Argentina’s exit from the Fifa World Cup 2018 he was appointed as the interim coach replacing Jorge Sampaoli, this is the first time he is going to face any major task. Argentina will definitely like to win the trophy and equal the number of Copa trophies with Uruguay but they need to play as a team rather than depending on Messi. Their group consists of Qatar, Colombia and Paraguay, they will start their campaign against Colombia on June 15 local time.Host and five-time World Cup champion Brazil have also been in good form before the tournament and they had a perfect start to the tournament. They are the major title contender, this time around. Though they will miss the services of Neymar they have the like of Philipe Coutinho, Firminho, Gabriel Jesus among many who are in top form after performing well for their clubs, to carry Brazil all the way to the South American glory. Neymar is injured at this moment. EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty ImagesOther contenders are Uruguay, former champion Chile and Uruguay. Chile is no expected to win this time around because of their poor performance in the recent past. They were even unable to qualify for the Fifa World Cup 2018 and their performance has been on the low since then. Colombia with the likes of James Rodriguez, Cuadrado and Muriel can also dream of winning the coveted trophy.The dark horse of the tournament will be Peru who defeated Australia in the World Cup and gave tough competition to France. While Uruguay can also win the tournament for the 16th time as they have been in good form in the World Cup.All in all, it will be very interesting to see Argentina legend Lionel Messi’s last attempt at winning the tournament.Global TV listings and Live streamTelemundo (U.S.)Premier Sports 1 (UK)Stream: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, ESPN+, Premier PlayerWhere can be watched in IndiaThere has been a huge disappointment for Indian football fans as the tournament will not be telecasted in the country. Fans can watch the live stream via the Internet and also via using free VPN services.
UPDATED: Olivia Jade Giannulli, daughter of actress Lori Loughlin, is a YouTube beauty vlogger and social-media star with millions of followers.She’s also (for now) a freshman at the University of Southern California. But in the wake of her mother being implicated as part of a broad college-admissions bribery scam — alleging that Loughlin illegally schemed to get the 19-year-old enrolled at the university — Olivia Jade is likely going to lose the lucrative brand-sponsorship deals she’s landed over the years.HP had worked with Olivia Jade and Loughlin for a campaign promoting HP’s Sprocket photo printer, but the company said it does not have any business deals with them at this point. In a statement, the company said, “HP worked with Lori Loughlin and Olivia Jade in 2017 for a one-time product campaign. HP does not currently have a relationship with either of them.” Sephora said on Thursday it has dropped its business deal with the influencer. “After careful review of recent developments, we have made the decision to end the Sephora Collection partnership with Olivia Jade, effective immediately,” the cosmetics retailer said in a statement.In addition, online fashion retailer Lulus also said Thursday it has no plans to work with Olivia Jade again. “Lulus has not worked with Olivia Jade since August 2018 and we have no plans to do so in the future,” Colleen Winter, co-founder and CEO of Lulus, said in a statement.Olivia Jade had also cut brand deals with partners including Amazon, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs Beauty, Smashbox Beauty Cosmetics, Smile Direct Club, Too Faced Cosmetics, Boohoo, and Unilever’s TRESemmé.A rep for Olivia Jade declined to comment, as did Estée Lauder Companies, which owns Smashbox and Too Faced. The other brands and companies Variety reached out to did not respond to requests for comment.“It wouldn’t come as a complete surprise if the brands currently working with Ms. Giannulli took a closer look at the status of their relationship with her and possibly reconsidered next steps for engagement,” said Yuval Ben-Itzhak, CEO of social-media marketing firm Socialbakers. “Brands should always do their proper due diligence on the content and news associated with influencers that they would engage with and are engaging with over time.”Loughlin, best known for her role on “Full House” (and Netflix’s “Fuller House” revival), on Wednesday turned herself in to the FBI in advance of a court hearing. The actress and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, allegedly paid $500,000 to have their two daughters — Olivia Jade and her older sister, Isabella Rose — designated as recruits for USC’s crew team. Prosecutors said those claims were false as neither of the Gianulli sisters is a member of the university’s rowing team. Mossimo Giannulli was released on $1 million bond Tuesday.Some 50 people so far have been named as participating in the scam, which law enforcement officials dubbed “Operation Varsity Blues.” Those include “Desperate Housewives” actress Felicity Huffman and TPG Growth founder Bill McGlashan. The status of Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose at USC going forward is unclear. In a statement Tuesday, USC said it fired two of the employees named in the scandal and said it is cooperating with law enforcement on the investigation. The university did not address the status of the Giannulli sisters or other students.“USC is in the process of identifying any funds received by the university in connection with this alleged scheme,” its statement said in part. “Additionally, the university is reviewing its admissions processes broadly to ensure that such actions do not occur going forward.”Currently, Olivia Jade has 1.9 million subscribers to her YouTube channel and 1.3 million Instagram followers.“I don’t know how much of school I’m going to attend,” she said in a YouTube video posted on Aug. 14, 2018, the day she started at USC. “But I do want the experience of game days, partying. I don’t really care about school, as you guys all know.” Two days later, she posted a video in which she apologized for the comments. Popular on Variety ×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
Kolkata: Rains accompanied by thunderstorms lashed the city and South Bengal districts on Tuesday evening throwing normal life out of gear.According to report, two persons including a woman were killed in two separate incidents in North 24-Parganas’ Shyamnagar. It was learnt that the victim woman identified as Maya Roy was passing through Atapur area when a wall collapsed and fell on her. Roy was a local resident, police said. She succumbed to her injuries in a hospital. While in the other incident, a 52-year-old Bhaskar Thakur died after being struck by lightning. He was working in a field at Natunpara in Shyamnagar when the incident occurred. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsHe was declared brought dead after being taken to Barrackpore BN Bose Hospital on Tuesday afternoon.A thundershower accompanied by a strong wind hit the city and the districts like North 24-Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly, Nadia, East Burdwan and West Midnapore disrupting the normal life. People faced inconvenience due to incessant rainfall in the afternoon. Train services were also affected in Sealdah and Howrah division. Some trains were delayed due to increment weather conditions. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedThe rain, however, brought relief to the people suffering from hot and humid condition prevailing in the state. The regional meteorological centre at Alipore had predicted that there was a possibility of rains and thundershowers towards the evening. A strong moisture-laden South-Westerly wind would be blowing in the area, creating favourable condition for a storm. A strong wind was blowing at 40-50 km per hour in some parts of the city as well as in districts of South Bengal. The rain has brought the temperature down by a few notches. The city dwellers are, however, facing a sultry weather, especially during the day time. The regional Meteorological centre at Alipore predicted that the city and its adjoining districts may witness thunderstorms in the evenings in the next few days. Slow traffic movement was reported in some parts of the city following the rain. The districts that have received the maximum rainfall are North 24-Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly while various parts of Nadia, Murshidabad and Birbhum also witnessed thunderstorms.According to the weather office, there are predictions of wind measuring around 50-60 km per hour that might sweep through various districts in North Bengal in the next few days. Wind measuring around 60-70 km per hour may also sweep through some of the South Bengal districts, along with moderate rainfall, the weather office predicted.
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By Bejay BrowneRAY Woolley, 95, will attempt to set a new world record as the world’s oldest scuba diver by going down to the sunken wreck of the Zenobia ferry in Larnaca on September 1.The dive will see Ray attempt to reach a depth of around 40 metres and the entire process will be filmed, photographed and documented in line with guidelines approved by Guinness World Records.The nonagenarian, who lives in Limassol, already holds the Guinness record title following a similar successful dive on his 94th birthday last year, where he dived to a depth of 38.1 metres for 41 minutes.He told the Sunday Mail: “I am really looking forward to breaking the record again and thankful for the support from my fellow divers. It’s really exciting that so many divers will be with me to celebrate this event.”Ray’s main dive buddy, David Turner, the Diving Officer at WSBA (Western Sovereign Bases Area) Sub Aqua Club at RAF Akrotiri, is organising the record attempt and said that more than 40 divers are expected to take part.“Last year 23 divers took part, this year it’s 44. It’s an example of the high regard the diving community in Cyprus holds for Ray,” he saidRay will celebrate his 95th Birthday on August 28, and members of his family have flown to Cyprus to celebrate and see him undertake his dive.Son Ken, also a keen diver, as well as Ray’s daughters, Kath and Lyn, one of his grandsons and a great-granddaughter will all be supporting him, he said.The nonagenarian is known for his deep dives often reaching 45m, but has made an agreement not to go below 40m, to ensure safety, according to his dive buddy.“He’s a little cheeky, always wanting to go deeper than he should, I’ve now put a maximum depth of 40m in place as I’m responsible for his safety.”Ray Woolley who lives in Limassol, already holds the Guinness record title following a similar successful dive on his 94th birthday last yearRay is a World War II veteran who served in the Royal Navy and ‘SBS Special Force 281’ in the Dodecanese. After the war, he trained as radio engineer and whilst working for the British foreign office was posted to Cyprus in 1964.He is originally from Port Sunlight on the Wirral Peninsula in the UK, and started swimming at his local swimming baths aged five. In Cyprus he dives with the British sub aqua club- BSAC-at RAF Akrotiri and began diving with the Portland and Weymouth British Sub Aqua Club in 1960.Ray has also gained global attention after appearing on TV in both Cyprus and the UK and is now featuring in a documentary film about his life. ‘Life Begins at 90’, was filmed in Cyprus and highlights Ray’s life, his passion for diving and the water, and his healthy approach to ageing. It premiered at the 13th Cyprus International Film Festival in July, scooping the award for ‘Best Cinematography in a documentary feature film’ and is currently competing in film festivals worldwide.Ray said : “It’s rather nice, if surprising to get all this attention and it’s all because I’m active. As we age, plenty of exercise is necessary to be fit and keep everything on the move. Also, to do everything in moderation.”The record-breaking scuba diver spends more than two hours a day exercising in his pool, consisting of both swimming and aerobics, which keeps him nimble and supple.“I will keep on diving as long as possible, I love being in the water.”He also plans to march past the Cenotaph in London on Remembrance Sunday again this year, as he did when he was 90.Ray will know if he has officially been awarded the title in a few weeks time.Film trailer: https://www.facebook.com/documentaryfilm90/videos/443791259383879/ You May LikeKelsea Ventures12 Poscasts By Women For WomenKelsea VenturesUndoBestWomensMagStop Slouching! 15 Bad Habits You Need to QuitBestWomensMagUndo247 SportsWe Just Ranked The Highest-Paid NBA Players In 2019247 SportsUndo The Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoIran’s Revolutionary Guards publish purported exchange with British warshipUndoClear winner in first round of Kition bishop voteUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
President of Egypt Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has expressed his gratitude to President Nicos Anastasiades for his contribution in establishing relations between his country and the EU.Anastasiades who arrived Sunday at the Egyptian resort of Sharm el Sheikh for the first EU-Arab league Summit, was received by President Sisi in the morning. President Anastasiades told the press that the Egyptian President expressed absolute support to his initiative on climate change. He described the meeting as warm and productive which covered all issues that will be discussed during the Summit but also the bilateral relations.President Anastasiades said that President Sisi warmly thanked Cyprus for helping to establish relations between his country and the EU and the fact that Cyprus assisted in the first visit for the President of the European Council in Egypt.Since then, he added, relations have improved significantly, and we now participate at the EU-Arab League Summit which President Sisi described as an event that is taking place because of Cyprus’ contribution.According to the President, his Egyptian counterpart reiterated his interest on the bilateral cooperation in the sectors of energy and security and in particular, the protection of the sovereign rights of each country.He added that on March 5, the Egyptian FM will pay Cyprus a visit and further steps will be discussed in the areas of the existing cooperation.President Anastasiades also said that he briefed President Sisi on his initiative on climate change and the fact that Cyprus could become the center of regional cooperation, given that the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East are already facing the impacts of climate change.He expressed his confidence that this initiative will be supported by the EU and the Arab league states adding that Cyprus is a reliable partner.The EU-League of Arab States (LAS) summit will bring together for the first time, heads of state or government from both sides.European Council President Donald Tusk will co-chair the meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. He will represent the EU along with Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.According to a press release by the Government, the President will meet with other heads of states and governments who are there, inter alia, Lebanese Premier Saad Hariri and Kind Abdullah of Jordan on Monday.The Summit begins in the afternoon. Later in the evening the participants will attend a working dinner. On Monday the President will meet the King of Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian President, the Emir of Kuwait and the Prime Minister of Lebanon. You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Cruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
It took more than 60 years of waiting and wanting, but Despina Tsikkouri is finally going to universityThe house of Despina Tsikkouri in Kato Polemedia, Limassol is a happy place. Tsikkouri is with a neighbour and together, they’re poring over a whole bunch of news articles that have been written about her in the past week.The reason for the flurry of media interest is that Tsikkouri is 82 and about to embark on a bachelor’s degree. When the Pancyprian exams results came out this week, she found out she had secured a place at the University of Cyprus in the Classical Studies and Philosophy department.The striking thing about Tsikkouri is how nonchalant she is about it. She giggles of course at all the media attention and says “I’ve become famous now!”She sounds like you would expect most students to sound. “I couldn’t sleep the last few nights before the results were out because I was so nervous…. When I found out I got my place I was crying like a crazy person.”For Tsikkouri, it was very much a life-long dream. “I always liked to read, I always liked to study.”She graduated from Lanitio school in Limassol in 1956 with an apolytirion [high school diploma] of 18.18.“That was 60 years ago, more than that. I went home to my father (when I got my apolytirio) and told him my teacher said I could go study! He turned the other way and went to the coffeeshop. The next day I started working.”Indeed, her tale is indicative of how times have changed. She and her sister never went on to study. Of the brothers, one became a doctor and one a teacher. Two other siblings passed away.Tsikkouri was not able to pursue her studies further, but at least she got her apolytirion, unlike her older sister. Panayiota, 84, recalls that at the age of 10 when she was in fourth grade of primary school, she was taken out of school and given a few goats to look after.“The others (siblings) studied. But my parents got me two, three goats to look after so I could make halloumi so we could eat. We only had bread and olives. We were very poor.”Despina Tsikkouri never lost her dream of studying. Over the years she went to classes offered by local authorities. “I did French, Italian, philosophy, first aid, sewing, flower decorations…yes even did that!” she told the Sunday Mail.Despina Tsikkouri surrounded by her books“I always studied, I never stopped. My bookcases were always full…It’s something inside me and those around me were always positive.”What made her go for it now though? “Different things kept coming up. When my kids grew up and I could study, my husband got sick, he was paralysed for seven years. Then the kids grew up, they left my side and then I said ‘well what am I going to do now, watch TV?’ I have to do something else. And then I told them one day. I told them I decided I want to do the Pancyprian exams.”Her husband who passed away 10 years ago would have been happy over her success, Tsikkouri says. “He knew I wanted to study!”When she finally made her decision last year her family betrayed no surprise. In a heartbeat, her daughter told her she’d find her a teaching institute nearby so as not to tire her out too much, and her son who lives in the USA said “if you were living in America then you could do your Master’s here as well!”Her sister looks on and smiles. “My sister the student!”Recalling their own hardships growing up, Panayiota says “she did well to choose to study. If you feel well enough then why not? Her kids left, her grandkids left. Once you’ve done your chores then what do you do? I told her you might get tired going to school, she said she wanted to push for it. And look she did it!”The value placed on education is evident in how the two sisters speak about their family. “The chemist over there is my daughter’s,” Panayiota points out. “And she speaks English too.”Tsikkouri knows her love for learning was passed on to her children and grandchildren too. The walls are adorned with her apolytirion, the diplomas of her children, photographs of her family members and she points to one of her 23-year-old grandson receiving his bachelor’s from Kent University. “An honours degree,” she stresses twice.The books Despina Tsikkouri studied over the past year covered with plastic to keep the dust offHer other grandson is 12, the age students often start going to private lessons. She laughs recalling that when she first started her private lessons, many of the primary school kids would peak at her through the institute classroom door, see her with her grey hair and laugh.“In the end though, we all became friends, I’ll miss them.”Her classmates as she calls them were often a source of inspiration for her. She mentions one of them who missed getting a seat at the University of Cyprus by just a few points.“She was a such a good student, she was an example to me. I can’t explain to you how positive she was. She was always well studied, informed, with her notes, her books, she was so positive, she was an example to me. I would learn from her and take her advice.”Tsikkouris’ real struggle when she started lessons was Latin. She studied Ancient Greek, Modern Greek, History and Latin but the latter was “torture”.“I had no problem with the others, I did them in school,” she said. “But Latin, oh my, that was a whole other thing.”Despina Tsikkouri (left) and her older sister Panayiota who left school at 10Nonetheless, she stuck through it. She would wake up at 5am every morning, study in the kitchen where she would have her heating on when it got cold until 9am.“I did my readings, the exercises, the grammar, translations until 9am. Then I would have a glass of milk.”She would then proceed to do any household chores and at 2:30pm she would go to class until at least 4pm. “Sometimes we had two classes a day, sometimes we would go on Saturdays and Sundays to cover all the material.”Much can be said about her dedication and focus. “When a classmate would call me and say ‘I can’t concentrate’ I say ‘kori! You don’t concentrate in the first paragraph. In the second, third you will. Don’t sit there and whine.’ I tell them off.”Whenever they were assigned essays over the past year, Tsikkouri would open up her encyclopaedias to draw inspiration. “They would give me an essay to write in modern Greek and I’d open the encyclopaedias. He (the teacher) would tell me not to and focus on the text in the assignment but I would still open the encyclopaedia.”She says all this with a smile. Indeed, her bookcases are adorned with books.There shouldn’t be room for excuses if one wants to pursue their dreams, she says. “Age and everything, that’s an excuse.”Tsikkouri herself is one to highlight that hope should never be lost. To students that didn’t make it this year, “it’s OK, next year. 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