REMA TIP TOP Service Management offers intelligent solutions to increase the profitability and productivity of conveyor systems. At bauma 2016, the REMA MCube monitoring system was firstly introduced. Three years later, the German company says it is supplementing its product and service portfolio via radar-based sensor systems & cloud-based service management with REMA CCube “and thus the digital twin of the real system allow precise monitoring and virtual controlling from the company headquarters, regardless of manual on-site inspections. The worldwide digital networking and monitoring of conveyor systems is in high demand and offers improved availability to operators.”One of the central challenges in the mining industry is to increase the profitability of the plants, which requires little downtime and long service life. This is where REMA TIP TOP says its service management comes in, offering intelligent solutions to maximise the profitability and productivity of conveyor systems. “Our products REMA MCube and REMA CCube are modern tools for the efficient maintenance of complex systems,” says Thomas Moser, Product Manager at REMA TIP TOP. The systems provide ongoing monitoring or control measurements of critical equipment parameters at regular intervals, depending on customer needs, and can thus make a significant contribution to scheduling maintenance stops and reducing production downtime.“We want to prevent unplanned downtimes in any case,” said Moser. “In line with our philosophy: avoid anything uncontrollable and control everything unavoidable.” With the modern sensor technology of REMA MCube and the associated software REMA CCube, REMA TIP TOP additionally offers a unique system for predictive monitoring and maintenance of conveyor systems: the digital twin. The customer’s conveyor system is digitally reconstructed with all its details, allowing each individual station of the conveyor process to be remotely monitored and optimised. Thanks to digital and cloud-based monitoring, plant operators can detect and correct critical loads at an early stage to prevent expensive damage or, in the event of premature failure, even entire plant components.One of the conditions for successful controlling is a detailed sensor technology on the system. Therefore, REMA TIP TOP exclusively offers radar-based measurements of volume, speed and misalignment on the conveyor belt for the first time. “So far, the planning of loading units with volume limitation was difficult as a volume measurement was technically not feasible. Only in the event of major deviations, conventional, mechanical systems gave alert to the operator. A millimetre accurate and versatile monitoring is now possible per radar, which significantly increases the quality and the possibilities of controlling tools such as the digital twin.”In addition to the lifetime of the system, productivity can also be optimised. REMA MCube’s RFID Belt Rip Detection System can significantly reduce the downtime for unexpected damage, such as a longitudinal rip in the belt. At speeds of up to 15 m/s and ambient temperatures of -40 to +70 degrees Celsius, the RFID antennas detect early belt damage and cause an automatic shutdown of the system. This leads to a reduced damage length and a faster repair – a crucial aspect for ensuring the availability of main conveyor lines and thus the productivity of the entire system.“Currently, the system is already used worldwide in numerous conveyor systems and is in high demand in all areas of the bulk material industry, such as the cement industry, coal or ore mining. As a global company with over 6,900 employees and more than 150 subsidiaries and affiliates, REMA TIP TOP can provide the proactive maintenance service package in many countries around the world. Regional companies thus benefit from the worldwide experience, while global corporations are receiving a uniform and digitally networked solution of consistent quality for all company divisions and plants.”
NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan walk over a “Help” message painted on a concrete floor. (Wong Maye-E/PA Images)IRISHLabour Senator Jimmy Harte is in a critical condition in hospital after he was found with serious head injuries in the early hours of the morning.The ASTI said they could not recommend their members accept the Haddington Road deal.Tesco recalled ice-cream they sold in their stores as a ‘precautionary measure’ after two customers found painkillers in two individual cones.The CEO of GOAL has labelled the international response to Typhoon Haiyan a disgrace.An ESRI report confirmed today that the state’s energy campaign costing €10 million had no impact.The man accused of the murder of Michael Gannon appeared in court today.PSNI in Newry investigating an attack on a man caught two men cleaning blood off themselves.Over 2,000 people have signed a petition calling on a judge to resign.Minister Richard Bruton is leading 42 Irish companies and colleges on a trade mission to India.Minister Brian Hayes said today that it is in Ireland’s national interest that Britain remains a full member of the European Union.A €29 million investment into a new marine renewable energy research centre has created 77 jobs.WORLD#LIBYA: At least 31 people were killed in a gun attack.#UK: The UK’s Cyber-Crime unit has issued an urgent warning that computers across Europe are being attacked by “ransomware”.#ITALY: Silvio Berlusconi has reached out to former allies in a hope to form an alliance.INNOVATIONHere’s how the European Space Agency summed up its week in pictures. [ESA]The Skully P1 motorcycle helmet has integrated technology which could change how bikers ride. [CNET]PARTING SHOTWithout the glare of the city lights, you can actually do some star-gazing. TheJournal.ie reader Dave Gowan captured this view of the sky over Carrickmacross in County Monaghan.Here’s What Happened Yesterday>
By Sarah Jane Murphy THE RETRIAL OF a child-minder charged with causing serious harm to a ten-month-old baby has collapsed because of a juror researching the case on the internet.Minutes after the jury had retired to consider their verdict following the conclusion of closing speeches, a juror requested to speak to Judge Martin Nolan about “a matter of concern.”The juror said that earlier today, during initial discussions about evidence in the case, the jury foreman disclosed to her that she had googled background information regarding one of the witnesses in the case.“I now feel that I am personally tainted, and that I can’t go in there and deliberate,” she said.After confirming with the jury foreman that she had googled the witness, Judge Nolan told the jury he was discharging it.Sandra Higgins (36) of The Beeches, Drumgola Wood, Cavan town, Co Cavan had pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to intentionally or recklessly causing serious harm to the baby at her home on 28 March 2012.It is the State’s case that on that day the baby was subjected to an assault sometime between 1.30 pm and 4.30 pm, when the defendant presented the child for treatment at Cavan General Hospital suffering from seizures, a detached retina, hemorrhaging in the eye and a traumatic brain injury.RetrialThis was a retrial after a jury in the first trial failed to reach a verdict. The court heard that the Director of Public Prosecutions will now consider whether to go for a third trial.Judge Nolan said he’d like the Director to consider the matter carefully given what occurred.“It’s automatic that in modern society people conduct internet searches. Everyone has a laptop,” he said.Before discharging the jury Judge Nolan told the jury foreman that he indicated that jurors should not look up the case on the internet.“You disobeyed my instruction,” Judge Nolan said. The judge thanked the jury for it’s time during the six day trial and added that it is “with great reluctance” that he discharge them.He also praised the juror who brought the matter to his attention, saying that it took courage. The judge said the defendant is entitled to a fair trial and “the people of Ireland are entitled to have trials conducted fairly.”Judge Nolan remanded Sandra Higgins on continuing bail, and said the case will be dealt with on 11 May.“It is a matter of great importance that the matter be dealt with expeditiously,” he said.Comments are closed as the matter is before the courts. Childminder retrial collapses after juror researches it on the internet The Director of Public Prosecutions will now consider whether to go for a third trial. Image: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie http://jrnl.ie/3369305 Tuesday 2 May 2017, 5:24 PM No Comments Share Tweet Email 25,653 Views May 2nd 2017, 5:24 PM Image: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
He admits his disbelief that the 64-year-old continues to be ignored by the FAI in a managerial or coaching position.He says that the manager’s unshakable belief, motivation, player-management and tactical cuteness all came together meaning Ireland could perform against world football’s best young talent. Not just perform, but succeed too. “Brian asked if I could do a job at right back. I would have played anywhere for him.” Source: Lorraine O’Sullivan/INPHO“It’s not like we were a team of superstars,” says Cummins. “It’s not like seven or eight of us went on to have massive careers in the senior national team. It just goes to show that he had a group of players and he got the best out of them.“I think it’s a shame that Brian isn’t still involved. I think there has to be a position somewhere within the FAI at some level for him to have that influence again. To bring that level of success and produce the next Damien Duff and give players the chance to develop under his style.If Brian had time – he had us for a month to six weeks – if he had time and that level of input into a group of lads at a certain age group for a number of years – I’m sure long-term he would be a big success.”Malaysia 1997, like all major youth tournaments, produced a litany of superstars. Ireland were knocked out at the semi-finals by an Argentina side which featured Pablo Aimar, Juan Román Riquelme and Esteban Cambiasso.Cummins swapped for Aimar’s shirt, but gave it away.“Yep I’ve got Pablo Aimar’s shirt,” he laughs. “I gave it to my brother because of the bad memories.It was strange because it wasn’t after the game. We were in the same hotel and I saw him and knew I had six or seven shirts, so I just got his off him. He didn’t speak any English but I think he got the gist of it. By Aaron Gallagher Follow us: the42.ie ‘I swapped shirts with Pablo Aimar in the team hotel… he didn’t speak English but I think he got the gist of it’ Micky Cummins recalls his memories of the U20 World Cup in 1997. 5 Comments “Mick Cummins was like Seamus Coleman 20 years ahead of time.” Source: James Crombie/INPHOIreland put the disappointment of an opening night defeat to Ghana behind them by beating the United States and drawing with China in the group stages to meet Morocco in the knockout stages.Cummins scored the opening goal against the US and set up the winner which was registered as an own goal before bagging the equaliser against China which sent Ireland through to the last 16.“I didn’t play the first game, I was delighted to get the call in the second game,” he recalls.I went over as a central midfielder and Brian asked if I could do a job at right back. I said yes and, to be honest, he could have played me anywhere. I would have played anywhere for him.“We did a set piece routine and I scored off a corner against the US. I was involved in the second goal, I think it went down as an own goal. I got the last touch off a set piece again against China.“As a player I was a box-to-box midfielder. I liked to make late runs, so as a right back I felt comfortable alongside the three other defenders. They were so solid to a point where I felt I had the freedom to attack as a right back.“You see a lot of full-backs these days are very attacking. As a midfielder I felt that I had an advantage because I had the timing of my runs spot on.”Ireland defeated Morocco 2-1 after extra time, with an 18-year-old Damien Duff scoring a golden goal in the 97th minute to put Ireland into the quarter-finals.Next Ireland beat Spain 1-0 in a tight game which highlighted the side’s defensive solidity, in particular the centre back pairing of Hawkins and Worrell.To play 4-3-3 in 1997 in a major tournament was probably unheard of,” Cummins says in praise of Kerr. Pablo Aimar in action for Argentina against Uruguay in the U20 World Cup in 1997. Source: EMPICS Sport“You look at the players and they’ve done well, but I wouldn’t change what we had as a group. Obviously I would have liked to have been more successful and be financially rewarded.“But I think how I have been rewarded is in my philosophy and how I coach my kids. So much of that is taken from the group that we had in 1997.He concedes that the prospect of their achievements being replicated or bettered by another Irish team are unlikely due to the fall of the street footballer.He says that players like Damien Duff and the rest of the 1997 squad grew up in a bygone era where contact with the ball at one’s feet on the street for hours on end created a familiarity which today’s players lack.I do think it’s a shame. I’m from Tallaght and you just don’t see kids playing on the streets anymore. When I was growing up you had one ball and 30 lads with one goal with God knows how many hours of football. Jun 16th 2017, 9:45 PM “We had an inner belief. We weren’t just there to make up the numbers, not just there to come home after the group.”“You have that contact with the ball throughout the week and are learning different movements. You are learning against big lads and how to cope with the physicality. You are learning to deal with the ball in different conditions.”Cummins echoes the sentiments of his team-mates when he says it was Kerr and Noel O’Reilly who convinced the squad that they could cause an upset. Going into the competition as underdogs and the lowest rank European side, expectations were low – from the outside at least.We had an inner belief. We weren’t just there to make up the numbers, not just there to come home after the group. We had a sneaky suspicion that we would do well and I think we definitely achieved what we set out to do.“We sent ripples across the world with the Irish support and the bunting out on the streets back home and the Kuala Lumpur supporters getting behind us. It was a fantastic time. Cummins in action for Rotherham United against West Brom in the 2009 Carling Cup. Source: EMPICS Sport“I think with the 20-year career I’ve had, it’s sort of moulded me into the type of player I did become, especially in terms of my attitude because of that inner belief that was instilled by Brian.“I think I would have had a different career and my pathway could have went a different way had it not been for that tournament.When you get the call to meet up for the week of conditioning training in Limerick – we got a sense then. At the end of that week Brian said to us, ‘Lads, don’t book any holidays for the summer’. He saw it. He saw that potential and I think we did fulfill it.“Will it be achieved again? Possibly. But I think you’ll go far to find a group like the one that was assembled along with everything else.“We were all street footballers. You’ll never go back to that era.”The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Friday 16 Jun 2017, 9:45 PM 21,618 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article PRESIDENT MARY ROBINSON was congratulatory in her assessment of Ireland’s performances at the U20 World Cup in Malaysia.“It is a wonderful reflection on the young talent which exists in Ireland today and augurs well for the future of Irish soccer,” she said.However her optimistic prediction for the future was the bitter irony of Brian Kerr’s 1997 squad, who came home from the tournament with bronze medals 20 years ago this month.Just two players would earn a senior international cap, 100 to Damien Duff and two to Glen Crowe, with just four members of the 18-man squad playing in the Premier League afterwardsFollowing even more success for Ireland under Kerr, winning both the Uefa U16 and U18 European Championships a year later in 1998, the silverware did not materialise into sustained success at senior level.Many of the emerging talents that developed in Kerr’s squads of the late 1990s would feature in 2002 when Mick McCarthy led Ireland to the knockout stages of the World Cup, including Richard Dunne, Stephen McPhail and Robbie Keane. Micky Cummins in 1997. Source: Lorraine O’Sullivan/INPHOBut a failure to qualify for the following four international tournaments after Japan and South Korea highlighted a major disappointment. The achievements of Ireland’s youth had not carried through beyond the turn of the century.Micky Cummins scored two goals in Malaysia and was one of the many squad members who would prove to be immensely successful playing in the lower leagues of English football, making over 500 appearances during stays at Port Vale, Darlington, Rotherham, Grimsby and Gateshead.Twenty years ago Cummins was an emerging midfield prospect at Middlesbrough and today is in good company alongside his 1997 Ireland team-mates in Dublin.“There was absolutely no chance that I was going to miss this,” he beams at the squad’s reunion.Just to see the boys again. Like Brian said after we got off the bus we just dispersed and all went our own way. I’ve come across a couple of the lads through bumping into them and playing against them and that, but it’s fantastic to see everybody.”Owing to the tactical decision-making of manager Kerr, Cummins was converted from a box-to-box midfielder to an industrious right-back during the tournament, lining out alongside Dave Worrell, Colin Hawkins and Robbie Ryan in defence.He was a precursor to current Ireland captain Seamus Coleman, says Stephen Finn formerly of the Irish Daily Star.Mick Cummins was kind of like Seamus Coleman 20 years ahead of time. He had been a fantastic box-to-box midfielder. He had the biggest legs I’d ever seen on a footballer – like Roberto Carlos’s thighs- but Brian turned him into a right-back. What an athlete and scoring asset. Unsung, probably.” http://the42.ie/3447752 ‘I’d been released by Blackburn… I was at a crossroads in my career’‘Brian always believed in us. We slowly started to believe in him as the tournament went on’ Share16 Tweet Email1 Short URL
Share6 Tweet Email Source: Sky News/Twitter By Hayley Halpin 21,986 Views Get our daily news round up: NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Taoiseach Leo Varadkar speak at the Fine Gael National Conference in Wexford Source: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ieTaoiseach Leo Varadkar has said the plan that will avoid a hard border in the event of a no-deal Brexit is “very rough and very preliminary”.The funeral of Ruth Maguire, a mother-of-three who went missing during a hen party last week, has taken place. A woman in her 40s has died in a house fire in Co Meath this morning. The DUP’s Jeffrey Donaldson has said he would like to see Ireland back in the Commonwealth. A man has been charged with an assault which resulted in a pensioner being left in a critical condition at Cork University Hospital.Eric Eoin Marques, a man accused of being the world’s biggest facilitator of child pornography, has been extradited to the United States. Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has said there “will always be people who will not be able to find shelter on a given night”.Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he would not “condone or like to be associated with the kind of actions” Conor McGregor has been involved in.Tributes have been paid to Philomena Canning, an independent midwife who was seeking damages from the HSE.INTERNATIONAL An effigy of British Prime Minister Theresa May at today’s anti-Brexit march in London Source: Tim Ireland via PA Images#BREXIT: Thousands of people have taken to the streets of London this afternoon calling for another referendum on Brexit. #NORWAY: Around 1,300 people are being airlifted from a cruise ship off the coast of Norway.#ISIS: The Islamic State group has been defeated in Syria, American-backed forces declared today. PARTING SHOTAs noted above, thousands of people took to the streets of London today calling for another referendum on Brexit. Speaking to reporters ahead of the march, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said:However you voted in the referendum, whatever political party you support, I’m sure you’d agree that Brexit has been a complete and utter mess. https://jrnl.ie/4557679 No Comments Saturday 23 Mar 2019, 7:45 PM Mar 23rd 2019, 7:45 PM “However you voted in the referendum…I’m sure you’d agree that Brexit has been a complete and utter mess” – the Mayor of London joins others on a protest march over the handling of BrexitFollow live updates from the #PeoplesVoteMarch here: https://t.co/jazBfrVt4w pic.twitter.com/bEwpTAljOJ— Sky News (@SkyNews) March 23, 2019 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday Here’s what made the headlines today. Short URL (Click here if you can’t see the tweet)
Cancer du poumon chez les non-fumeurs : quand la génétique s’en mêleÉtats-Unis – Des variations sur le chromosome 13 augmenteraient d’environ 60% le risque de développer un cancer du poumon chez les non-fumeurs, d’après les résultats d’une étude publiée lundi dans la revue The Lancet Oncology. Toutes les études concernant le cancer du poumon étaient jusqu’à présent réalisées sur des fumeurs. Cette fois, les chercheurs de la Mayo Clinic of Medicine de Rochester aux États-Unis ont souhaité connaître l’origine du développement du cancer du poumon exclusivement chez les non-fumeurs.L’étude a été conduite en quatre étapes par Ping Yang et une équipe internationale de chercheurs. Elle portait sur l’impact des variations génétiques sur l’augmentation du risque du développer un cancer du poumon.Les chercheurs se sont aperçus que deux variations sur le chromosome 13 altéraient l’expression du gène GPC5. Une caractéristique qui augmenterait d’environ 60% le risque de développer un cancer du poumon.Les chercheurs ont cependant jugé nécessaire d’effectuer des études complémentaires afin de connaître le rôle fonctionnel du gène sur l’apparition de ce type de cancer.Un quart des cas de cancers du poumon dans le monde apparait chez des non-fumeurs, le tabagisme passif est un des facteurs de risque connu. Le cancer du poumon apparaît cependant surtout chez les fumeurs qui ont un risque quinze à vingt fois supérieur d’en développer un par rapport aux non-fumeurs.Le 22 mars 2010 à 11:11 • Emmanuel Perrin
JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner The 2019 G2E Asia Awards are officially sold out.Organizers G2E Asia and Inside Asian Gaming confirmed that the 368th ticket of 368 available was sold on Sunday ahead of Tuesday night’s gala dinner, to be held at The Parisian Macao. The evening will begin with a Cocktail Reception from 6pm followed by the G2E Asia Awards from 7pm. RelatedPosts Load More Macau GGR tumbles 8.6% in August Genting Malaysia enjoys improved 2Q19 showing on better luck at Resorts World Genting The G2E Asia Awards recognize excellence and innovation within Asian gaming while celebrating the success and outstanding contributions of not only gaming but also the non-gaming aspects of the entertainment industry in Asia. The awards evening also provides an unrivaled industry networking opportunity.This year’s G2E Asia Awards saw around 200 public nominations across 12 awards categories.
Facebook Exclusive: BONES On “Creature” & More exclusive-bones-creature-music-platform-empowerment NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Aug 5, 2018 – 6:15 pm British Band BONES Talks “Creature” & More Twitter British rock duo talks about their music and their message backstage at LollapaloozaNate HertweckGRAMMYs Aug 5, 2018 – 6:17 pm The abrasive beauty of BONES’ sound and look comes through in everything the British rock duo produce. Case at point: their latest single and video for “Creature” shows off their ability to cut razor-sharp and tie it all together with a killer hook. Now that they’ve relocated to the U.S. and are about to go on tour opening for the likes of Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, The Cult, and Palaye Royale, the future is bright for BONES. News Exclusive: BONES On “Creature” & Music As A Platform For Empowerment Email Backstage at Lollapalooza, we talked to Rosie Bones and Carmen Vandenberg of BONES to talk about “Creature,” how they use music as a platform for empowerment and their edgy sound.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”
An Alaska Native tribal council and environmental groups are applauding the decision by a federal agency to inspect the permit for a planned coalmine near Palmer.Listen nowThe decision from the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement comes after a federal judge ruled the mine’s permit invalid last summer.On Jan. 17, the federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, or OSM, told the Alaska Department of Natural Resources that it erred in extending the permit of Wishbone Hill Mine east of Palmer, which is owned by Usibelli Coal. OSM also told the state that it plans to inspect the mine’s permit. This move is the latest in a battle over the validity of Wishbone Hill’s permit that has lasted for more than five years.Numerous environmental groups were involved in the lawsuit that led to last week’s letter, including Cook Inletkeeper, Castle Mountain Coalition, the Sierra Club and others. In addition, Chickaloon Tribal Council is opposed to the development of Wishbone Hill Mine. Council member Lisa Wade said the Council believes the mine would negatively impact the lives of people who rely on the land.“It is right across from our tribal school,” Wade said. “It’s right in the middle of moose habitat that is really an important area to us. Also, we’ve spent millions of dollars repairing Moose Creek from coal mining in the last era.”Wade said Chickaloon Tribal Council is concerned about stewardship of the land and maintaining traditional hunting, fishing and gathering practices. She said those practices are about more than putting food on the table.“When I go out and we do fish camp together, we’re doing this in a communal way, in a very respectful way, and a very honoring way,” Wade said. “It’s something we believe that we’re supposed to do, because if you don’t actually participate in stewardship of your environment, some of those foods may no longer be available to you, so it’s intricately connected to our spirituality, our beliefs.”Chickaloon Tribal Council and the environmental organizations against Wishbone Hill have been trying to get it shut down since 2011. Last summer, U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Gleason ruled that the mine’s permit was not valid. Brook Brisson, an attorney with Trustees for Alaska, said the permit was ruled invalid because of the time elapsed between its issuance in 1991 and the start of mining. Trustees for Alaska represented some of the plaintiffs in the case.“The law says if you don’t start mining in three years, the permit terminates, and Usibelli didn’t start mining until 2010, long after the permit expired,” Brisson said.Brook Brisson said that, if OSM determines Usibelli was conducting mining operations without a valid permit, then it could shut down Wishbone Hill.Russel Kirkham, Coal Regulatory Program Manager for DNR, explains the process that led from Judge Gleason’s original decision to the letter from OSM.“Usibelli and the state asked for reconsideration from Judge Gleason,” Gleason said. “She upheld her decision. Going forward, we provided additional information and OSM submitted their response.”The Department of Natural Resources has until the end of the week to respond to the decision. Kirkham said DNR is considering its options, but adds that he believes OSM did not address all of the information provided by the state.Usibelli Coal maintains that it has done nothing wrong. Lorali Simon, Vice President of External Affairs for Usibelli, said the letter from the Office of Surface Mining is one step of a longer process, and that the company plans to move forward.“Right now, I would say Usibelli Coal Mine is still committed to the further development of the Wishbone Hill Mine, and we will continue to work through the process to make sure that the permits are in place,” Simon said.The timing of OSM’s decision introduces unknowns into the next steps of the process. The decision was made under the administration of Barack Obama, just a few days before the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Simon believes OSM’s actions were politically motivated.“The timing on this letter is not lost on us,” Simon said. “This is yet another bomb hurled by the Obama administration in their efforts to stop coal mining across the country.”None of the parties interviewed were willing to speculate on what might change under the new administration.
There have been a few great mech games released recently, and each of them has gained a fair bit of attention. While Mechwarrior Online looks to preserve some of the original tabletop concepts, and Hawken looks to shift mech combat to a faster-paced experience, there’s not a ton of room for innovation available in the middle. There’s even fewer titles available on mobile platforms, due mostly to the difficulties found in multiplayer and hardware requirements.Small Impact Games is trying to change that, though, and wants to bring full on 3D mech combat to mobile platforms. And so they have created a game called M3CH and launched a Kickstarter to help finish developing it.The video attached to the M3CH Kickstarter shows a game that looks mostly finished. While the team briefly mentions some of the existing challenges that lay before them, it sounds like the game itself is very nearly finished. The in-game action resembles the tactical stylings of Mechwarrior, while the robots themselves look like they have taken pages from all sorts of mech titles.M3CH promises to be functional and enjoyable on all current generation iOS hardware, including the iPad, iPad Mini, iPod touch, and iPhone, for multiplayer and single player combat. In the hands-on shown in some of the other videos in the Kickstarter, it’s clear that the game scales really well across the different sized screens.The M3CH Kickstarter offers up a variety of different price points to jump in on, similar to a Founder’s Program seen in other games. The more you contribute to the Kickstarter, the more mechs you will have available to you when the game is launched. The Kickstarter itself has a lot of the game development thoroughly documented, as well as a Harlem Shake video starring some of the mechs from the game.
Ibadat-e-Ishq (Worship of Love) is a music album that strives as a peace bridge of music project by Sandeep Silas ‘deep’ (India) and Ustad Shafqat Ali Khan (Pakistan). The album has also been produced by Silas. Sandeep Silas a career civil servant in the Indian government, poet and strategist has been working on his original idea of Garland of Peace since January 2004, which he has developed to bring a paradigm shift in the world from ‘war’ towards ‘peace’. He has brought it on his own steam into the public domain with the help of like-minded people, Universities and organisations. The opportunities within his idea are: peace education; peace tourism; peace symbolism; peace activism; and strengthening of the peace building process in the world. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The whole idea of going into the public domain was to involve and invoke the vox populi, which only has the power to change. His personal belief is: ‘Keep doing the things you want to do, the world will come along when it will’. He remembers those days when for years he cycled to and fro school and decided to make a difference, or at least try to. The memory of the Indo-Pak war of 1971 are still fresh in his mind when he used to see fighter planes taking off from Agra air force base, which was very near his house. In fact one ack-ack shell lobbed at ‘enemy’ aircraft missed its target and landed in his restroom. People living in their nations carry their prejudices long after the country’s have been at war. To change this feeling within the sub-continent, he chose the path of peace bridging by music. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixHe has produced a music album of lyrics written by him in his collection Saada Khayal (Simple Thought); and, composed and sung by renowned Pakistani Sufi singer Ustad Shafqat Ali Khan of Sham Chaurasi Gharana. The whole idea was to have two artists: one Indian, one Pakistani, come together on one platform and present to the people a music album, done in collaboration at the soul interaction level. The album has been brought out recently by a leading music house of India.
Member of Parliament Alf Lees (Democratic Alliance) is on scene speaking to truck drivers at Van Reenen’s Pass.South African truck drivers are protesting regarding a wage dispute and are demanding that no foreigners be permitted to drive trucks in South Africa.Several attempts by the authorities to get the truck drivers to move their vehicles have been unsuccessful.The roadway has been barricaded for at least seven hours and it is unclear as to when the N3 will be cleared.Read initial story: Warning: Protest action on the N3 at Van Reenen’s PassAlso read: Watch: Truck drivers protest on N3 at Van Reenen’s Pass (KZN)Read also: Must See: Van Reenen’s Pass is closed due to truck protest on the N3Also read: Update: Minister condemns the blocking of the N3 at Van ReenenAlthough the situation is calm, no passage of vehicles through the Van Reenen’s Pass section of the N3 Route is possible.“The DA is particularly concerned about the truck drivers’ strike and the effect it has on the economy. At this time, when about 10 million South Africans are without jobs, we cannot afford for the economy to be hurt anymore. We urge the ministers to resolve the strike without further delay,” said MPL Alf Lees. Also read: Urgent Traffic Alert: Van Reenen’s Pass a ‘No Go Zone’ due to truck drivers protesting on N3 (Gallery Included)Read also: Update: Public Safety closes all roads leading to Van Reenen due to truck drivers protesting on the N3Also read: Warning: Heavy traffic expected on the N11 and R74 due to Van Reenen protestA heavy police presence is being maintained at the scene and authorities warn motorists to stay clear of the area.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite
The Zika virus presents a rare global opportunity to effect a meaningful improvement in women’s power to control their reproductive capacity.Zika, a word we had never heard before, became part of our vocabulary early this year. Transmitted by a mosquito, the virus causes a birth defect — microcephaly — and has been linked to Guillain-Barré syndrome, and most likely some other neurological problems.Its arrival brought into play words many people usually try to avoid: abortion, contraception, and sex education. But when a crisis such as this brings to light the centrality of the reproductive function in human society, no one can ignore the much-needed debates.A similar situation occurred in the 1960s when rubella became a public health scare in the United States. Abortion and even contraceptives were taboo if not illegal in some states then.It is important people understand that upholding women’s reproductive rights is essential to respond to the Zika emergency, but also that those rights are essential to women and, by extension, to society as a whole.But it is only in these epidemics when people who oppose reproductive rights in the abstract find a particular angle where they are comfortable with their legalization. A window of opportunity appears for social change on behalf of women’s right to control their reproductive capacity.The good news is international organizations support reform. Never before has the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights been so straightforward about a state’s obligations on these issues. Prince Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein stated that “laws and policies that restrict [women’s] access to these services must be urgently reviewed in line with human rights obligations in order to ensure the right to health for all in practice.”The World Health Organization also calls for granting women access to a comprehensive range of contraceptive options, and non-directive counseling about their options, so that they can make fully informed choices, including abortion to the full extent of the law.And for those women who decide to carry the pregnancy to term, it calls for appropriate care and support for them and their newborn children. Even the Pope changed the church’s longstanding opposition on contraceptives by suggesting Catholics could use them to prevent the consequences of Zika.Reforms are desperately needed and a case in point is Latin America, where 56 per cent of pregnancies are unplanned. This speaks to non-existent or poor-quality information about reproductive choices, unequal access to contraceptives, high rates of sexual violence with no adequate health response to survivors, cultural barriers to negotiate the use of contraceptives with male partners and, of course, laws that criminally condemn abortion.Zika is blatantly revealing the failure of reproductive rights policies throughout the region. Reproductive rights, as a human right for women, a key to global development, and as central to managing public health crises, have simply not been a priority for Latin American governments.The reproductive rights gap also runs along socioeconomic lines. As it has always been the case, women with resources are granted access to reproductive services with full respect for their confidentiality, regardless of whether those services are legal.On the other hand, women living in the most vulnerable circumstances – for example, those who don´t have access to running water and are thus more exposed to the virus – are the ones who cannot even count on enjoying rights legally recognized.At this critical moment, states should take the opportunity to ensure all women their rights and access to the services they need to control their reproductive capacity, from sex education, to access to contraceptives, to abortion services, to safe motherhood.Any response to Zika should always take a women’s rights approach and incorporate an understanding of how gender interacts with other forms of discrimination, such as those based on race, class, migration status, and disability.Unfortunately, most don’t seem to be seizing the opportunity. Efforts continue to focus on eliminating a mosquito we have failed to eradicate in the context of dengue and chikunguña in the past.Women who have decided to carry the pregnancy to term are dealing with the lack of services to provide their babies with the special care they need, and those who want to interrupt the pregnancy face obstacles, stigma and the threat of prosecution. Women in vulnerable communities, those with the key to keeping the situation under control, could not be more fearful, uninformed, and alone.Something must be done and the time to act is now.Mónica Roa is the former Vice President Strategy & External Relations at Women’s Link Worldwide. She is a lawyer and advocate for sexual and reproductive rights of women, and is recognized for her work on the decriminalization of abortion in Latin America. A native of Colombia, she holds a law degree from Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, and a Master in Laws as a Global Public Service Scholar from NYU.© 2016, The Mark News, www.themarknews.com Facebook Comments Related posts:World Bank: Zika will cost Latin America $3.5 billion in 2016 With abortion banned in Zika countries, women beg on web for abortion pills Zika crisis to get ‘worse before it gets better,’ WHO says Tire mosquito trap could boost Zika control
By Angelos AnastasiouTHE Council of Ministers on Wednesday approved the universal digitisation of public healthcare services and a roadmap for the implementation of the National Health Scheme (NHS), prompting calls of sidelining the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO), an independent body mandated with implementing and administering the scheme.Speaking after the cabinet meeting, Health minister Philippos Patsalis said that these decisions marked the introduction of the NHS and kicked off the full reorganisation of the healthcare system.He explained that the move to digitisation – or ‘electronic health’ – relates to introducing computerised systems in all public healthcare facilities, through which all medical services will be administered.“Electronic medical files, electronic prescribing, electronic test imaging like MRI scans, clinical exams” are but a few of the areas to be impacted, according to the Health minister.A pilot version of the programme had been implemented at the Nicosia and Famagusta general hospitals, producing “great efficiency and serious cost savings,” Patsalis said.The decision calls for the outsourcing of electronic systems in all public healthcare facilities.The cabinet decision noted that the current system costs the Health ministry an annual €1.6m, with an added cost of €230,000 relating to the current bureaucracy at the Pharmaceutical Services department.The proposed digitisation will merge the cost of all public healthcare facilities to a single figure. The current healthcare system at all public facilities is expected to cost an average €6m, while the planned computerised system is budgeted at €3.6m a year.The second decision kicks off implementation of the NHS and restructuring the entire health system – including the HIO and the Health ministry.“This includes the roadmap to implementing the NHS, and the 200 or so actions within the next three years that are time-specific, which will overhaul the health system radically and through which the NHS will be implemented,” Patsalis said.It also includes the creation of a core implementation and reform team within the Health ministry, as well as a wider implementation and reform team from other government services.“These were Troika requirements and are the first deliverables with regard to NHS implementation,” Patsalis said.The offhand remark on reorganising the HIO, along with the ministry’s apparent takeover of NHS implementation, has led to speculation that the organisation is being sidelined and its role demoted.Opposition party AKEL, which has long accused the government of attempting to introduce private insurance companies into the closed, single-insurer NHS, jumped at the opportunity to attack the government.“We have repeatedly warned that the government is planning to sell-off healthcare to a handful of private interests,” it said in a statement. “Toward this aim, it plans to unilaterally and arbitrarily isolate and remove the HIO from the design and implementation of the NHS.”“The DISY government is once again attempting, at the expense of the public and citizens, to promote a few powerful private interests hiding behind insurance companies,” it charged.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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