Stating that worship on Vijayadashami was an integral part of Indian culture, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday hit out at those who criticised Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s shashtra puja (worship of weapons) while receiving the first Rafale jet, and said there was nothing superstitious about it. “It was something that was done on Vijayadashami. He marked it [the Rafale jet] with the ‘Om’ symbol. So what is wrong? Everyone worships in some form or the other in this country based on whichever faith they belong to,” she said.Ms. Sitharaman was speaking to reporters in Pune as part of BJP’s election campaign. The Union Finance Minister said that following the criticism over the puja, many social media users had come up with videos showing how an earlier Defence Minister while taking charge of a naval ship, had marked it with a symbol of his religion.She was referring to A.K. Antony’s drawing a ‘cross’ on INS Vikrant during its launch ceremony. “At that time, how many of us were concerned with superstition or blind faith… Similar things [pujas] have happened during earlier regimes in India and also take place across the world,” Ms. Sitharaman said, adding, “Those who have faith, perform worship and that a puja is accorded importance in Indian culture.”“I, too, keep my books and my veena on Saraswati puja,” she added. Auto sectorIn response to questions on the slowdown in the automobile sector, the Finance Minister said she had been regularly interacting with representatives from the automobile sector all over the country and was ready to hold talks with members of other industries as well to accommodate their demands“They [auto sector representatives] have already met me twice in Delhi… While it is true that consumer demand has not revived yet for the automobile sector, they can always talk to me if they want anything particular,” she said.While acknowledging that more steps needed to be taken to revive consumer demand, Ms. Sitharaman said that the Central government was responsive and that changes would be effected as needed.While the Finance Minister praised Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ government in the State, she conceded that more efforts needed to be made to resolve the issue of water scarcity.“Mr. Fadnavis has comprehensively addressed the issue of water shortage in Maharashtra,” Ms. Sitharaman said, adding at the same time that the issue of water shortage needed more time and effort.When asked as to how the matter of the withdrawal of Article 370 from Kashmir was relevant in a State election, she replied that it the abrogation of Article 370 was matter of pride for every Indian and claimed that “not a single bullet had been fired in Kashmir” since then.
Log in to Reply Clive”Max”Maxfield says: Continue Reading Previous Engineers as Mr. FixitNext Virtuoso embedded system virtual device framework June 20, 2016 at 7:42 pm June 20, 2016 at 7:52 pm realjjj says: Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Solutions Log in to Reply Log in to Reply Log in to Reply 5 thoughts on “Deep learning hits a sweet note” My mind is buzzing with all sorts of thoughts, from the fact that a Swiss Army Knife seems to have a tool for every occasion to the old saying that if the only tool you have is a hammer, then everything around you looks like a nail.These meandering musings were sparked by my discovering a new application for deep neural networks (DNNs) and deep learning. As you may recall, a couple of weeks ago I had my mind boggled at the Embedded Vision Summit (see Day 1 and Day 2). That summit left me thinking of DNNs and deep learning primarily in the context of embedded vision applications until……my chum Jay Dowling sent me the links to two very interesting videos on YouTube. First we have this video of a guy singing the same song in a variety of different locations.One thing that’s of interest here is how various aspects of the sound — character, quality, tone, reverberation, highness, lowness, etc. — change depending on the surrounding environment. But the thing that’s truly amazing about all this is how, if we were to see any of these clips in isolation, we wouldn’t think anything of the timbre of the sounds we were hearing (except for things like “I wish I could sing like that” ).The point is that we are used to things sounding one way in the outside world, for example, and the same things sounding very different in a large, empty room and different again in a smaller room jam-packed with furnishings. Of course, the other side to this coin is that we would very quickly twig to the fact that something was “off” if we saw a video of someone appearing to sing outside while being presented with the audio recording from the large empty room.All of the above leads us to this video, in which we see the results of a novel deep learning experiment. Researchers from MIT recorded ~1,000 videos capturing ~46,000 instances of different objects and materials being prodded, scraped, and hit with a drumstick. They then used a deep learning algorithm to analyze the videos and deconstruct the resulting sounds according to a variety of acoustical qualities.Once the algorithm has been trained, the next step is to present the system with silent videos of someone prodding, scraping, and hitting things with the drumstick. The system is charged with generating accompanying sounds that are appropriate to the situation. Amazingly enough, even though this is very early in the game, in many cases the system can generate sounds sufficiently convincing to fool human observers.Of course, you may be thinking to yourself “Why would anyone actually want to do this?” Well, several reasons spring to mind. Think of all the sound effects used in films and on television programs, for example; at some time in the future, it may be that these could be added automatically.We’re all used to the idea that images can be digitally manipulated using programs like Adobe’s Photoshop — hence the use of the term “Photoshopped” to refer to an image that has been altered or enhanced.(Source: pixabay.com) A more nefarious application for this auditory generation system might be creating incriminating videos with associated audio-realistic sound effects.One very interesting potential application involves helping robots navigate their way around the world. In the case of humans, our kids use a variety of techniques to create (train) their worldview, including sticking everything they can lay their hands on inside their mouths to see what things taste like and poking, prodding, banging, and stroking objects to discover what they feel like and how they respond both physically and audibly (I still use both of these methods myself).Later in life, as we stroll around, our brains are subconsciously observing the surrounding terrain and predicting what it will feel like to our feet and sound like to our ears. We expect different sensations from different materials like grass, gravel, and carpet. Consider what would happen if we were to be strolling along thinking about what to have for supper and we were to step from a grassy lawn onto a gravel path, for example. Suppose that, instead of hearing the expected “crunch” of gravel, we were actually presented with a “splosh” sound. In this case, we would immediately come to a grinding halt and focus our attention on the “here and now” trying to determine what was happening.Similarly, a robot could look at the various materials in its path ahead and predict qualities such as their relative hardness and “give” and adjust its gait accordingly. When the robot did transition from walking on one material to another, various sensors would provide feedback as to the validity of its assumptions and allow it to adjust its motion to accommodate differences between the “expected” and the “actual.” Adding auditory prediction and feedback to the mix will provide an extra level of sophistication to this process.What say you? Can you think of other applications for deep-learning in general and this auditory deep-learning in particular? June 21, 2016 at 2:36 pm Clive”Max”Maxfield says: June 21, 2016 at 2:27 pm antedeluvian says: realjjj says: Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must Register or Login to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. “Eeek — you are correct this could be great for generating sound effects in VR worlds — especially if you are exploring them with companions — for example you could hear everyone’s footsteps and the sound would change depending on what you are all walki “You forgot gaming and in VR with 3D audio it becomes even more interesting.nI would like more deep learning in phones and later in glasses. nSwiftkey has an alpha using neural networks https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchtype.swi Log in to Reply “The Goon Show was a classic — and the special effects were… different LOL In fact I have two books containing all the Good Show scripts here in my office (I know you’re surprised LOL)” “Yeah pretty much but the resources used would determine when that becomes feasible. Ofc in gaming a smarter AI is the obvious application for deep learning.nnAn Android Wear watch face aimed at home control would be interesting. You could have a bunch o June 21, 2016 at 2:07 pm “MaxnnAll this talk of sounds being associated with acts, and how to the brain might interpret them brought to mind on of my favourite Goon Shows. Unfortunately it doesn’t appear to be available in audio (for free) but here is the portion of the script o
(Eds: Fresh updates on Singh’s condition) Chandigarh, Oct 4 (PTI) Three-time Olympic gold medal winning hockey legend Balbir Singh Senior continued to remain critical after being admitted to a hospital here due to difficulty in breathing. The legendary centre-forward, who is 94, is being treated at the Respiratory Intensive Care Unit (RICU) of Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research here and his condition was described as “critical” by the doctors attending to him. A senior doctor told PTI on Thursday evening that Singh has been kept on ventilator and under constant observation. “He has been kept on ventilator and we are monitoring him regularly,” he said. Singh has been having acute bronchitis and fluctuations in blood pressure, according to the doctor. Earlier, another doctor had said that an endotracheal tube has been inserted into his trachea. “The purpose of endotracheal intubation is to permit air to pass freely to and fro from the lungs,” the doctor said. Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore wished the legendary player’s speedy recovery. “Wishing the pride of our nation, our hockey legend Shri Balbir Singh Sr. a speedy recovery and good health. Get well soon, sir,” Rathore tweeted. In Punjab and Haryana, famous for producing great hockey players, fans prayed for Singh’s speedy recovery. “Balbir Sr. sir is our nation’s pride. He has given so much to the sport and above all he is a true patriot. I wish and pray that he gets well soon,” said Gurbaj Singh, an ardent fan from Jalandhar. “Ever since I heard the news about his poor health in the morning, I have been praying to God to make him better soon,” said Bimla Kumari, a fan from Shahbad in Haryana.advertisement Singh, a former captain, currently lives in Chandigarh with his daughter Sushbir Kaur and maternal grandson Kabir. The legendary player fell ill at his home a few days back. As complications grew, he was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday and his condition deteriorated since Wednesday. One of the country’s tallest athletes, Singh became the only Indian among 16 legends chosen by the International Olympic Committee across the modern Olympic history. His world record for most goals scored by an individual in the men’s hockey final of the Olympics still remains unbeaten. He had scored five goals in India’s 6-1 victory over the Netherlands in the gold medal match of the 1952 Helsinki Games. He was conferred with the Padma Shri in 1957 and was also the manager of India’s World Cup-winning team in 1975. Less than two months ago, Singh attended a function at Chandigarh Press Club on the occasion of 70 years of India’s first Olympic hockey victory in London in 1948. He went down the memory lane and said he was overwhelmed by a sense of patriotism after that triumph. “The event happened 70 years ago, but it feels like only yesterday. I still remember the feeling when the Indian flag was hoisted at the 1948 Olympics when we beat Britain 4-0,” Singh had said on that occasion. Singh was a member of three Olympic gold medal winning teams in London (1948), Helsinki (1952), and Melbourne (1956 as captain). PTI SUN VSD PDSPDS
Antigonish Richmond Lunenburg and Queens counties Equipment is being redirected to areas where the need is greatest. Inverness South 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 90 per cent open Routes: 90 per cent open Secondary Paved: 50 per cent open Local Roads: 50 per cent open Cumberland Trunk 6 has been “punched through,” but is not passable at Toney River area. 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 20 per cent open Local Roads: 20 per cent open 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 60 per cent open Pictou 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 100 per cent open Hants East Digby and Annapolis Halifax – suburban Yarmouth and Clare Ramps to 100 series highways are 75 per cent open. Highway 111 is open, but there are lane reductions across Lake Banook and Lake Micmac. Highway 118 is at one lane in the vicinity of Portobello Road. Halifax Regional Municipality’s (HRM) Emergency Measures Organization announced a limited curfew on all HRM roads, for both pedestrians and motorists, from 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21, to 7 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 22, for all persons not considered emergency or essential services personnel. The curfew is intended to limit the amount of activity on streets to provide snow removal crews easier access to the roads. Kings 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 30 per cent open Local Roads: 20 per cent open Hants West 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 80 per cent open Local Roads: 50 per cent open 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 80 per cent open Routes: 80 per cent open Secondary Paved: 60 per cent open Local Roads: 60 per cent open Victoria –30- 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 100 per cent open Inverness North Halifax – east 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 90 per cent open Local Roads: 90 per cent open Guysborough 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 50 per cent open 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 70 per cent open Local Roads: 70 per cent open 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 90 per cent open Provincial snow clearing crews are making good progress onpaved roads following record-breaking snowfall across NovaScotia. The 100-Series highway network is open and almost all trunksand routes in Nova Scotia are 100 per cent cleared. The provincewide state of emergency is still in effect andpublic safety is the number one concern. Nova Scotians areasked to remain patient and stay off the roads to give workcrews time and room to clean highways and local roads. Following is an update of snow clearing activity on NovaScotia roads by area or county as of 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 90 per cent open 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 75 per cent open Local Roads: 75 per cent open 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 100 per cent open Cape Breton County 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 80 per cent open Routes: 80 per cent open Secondary Paved: 65 per cent open Local Roads: 20 per cent open Colchester 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 80 per cent open Local Roads: 70 per cent open 100 series: 100 per cent open Trunks: 100 per cent open Routes: 100 per cent open Secondary Paved: 100 per cent open Local Roads: 100 per cent open
Improvements to provincial highways are leading to more satisfied motorists, according to a customer-satisfaction survey by the Department of Transportation and Public Works. Satisfaction with the provincial highway system stood at 61 per cent in 2006, an increase of 11 per cent since the department first began surveying in 2001. The satisfaction level is based on survey responses of “very satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied” as opposed to “somewhat dissatisfied” or “very dissatisfied.” “It’s reassuring that the public sees us as heading in the right direction,” said Transportation and Public Works Minister Angus MacIsaac. “These surveys are a useful tool in helping our department spotlight the areas where we need improvement.” For the first time the survey asked about satisfaction with winter road-condition information available from the department. Half of the respondents said they had contacted the department for information and 94 per cent said they were “somewhat satisfied” or “very satisfied” with what they received. “We’ve put a lot of time and effort into upgrading our road-condition-reporting methods and I’m happy that our improvements have found such favour with the public,” said Mr. MacIsaac. “We’re continuing to explore other methods that will help keep the motoring public informed.” In total, respondents were asked to rate 17 different aspects of provincial highways, from the number of four-lane highways to the timeliness of a cleanup after a storm. The survey indicated that filling cracks and potholes, snow removal during and after storms, and improved pavement markings were the most important jobs performed by the department. The 2006 customer-satisfaction survey was conducted by the Marketing Research Centre and is based on telephone interviews with 2,072 residents of Nova Scotia, 16 years of age and older. A random sample of this size provides a sampling error of plus or minus 2.15 per cent with a 95 per cent confidence level. The survey is available on the department’s website at www.gov.ns.ca/tran/publications/HighlightsNovaScotia2006.pdf .
OTTAWA – “The member opposite’s assertion that the numbers (of irregular migrants) are going up is simply wrong. We have seen a significant reduction of those numbers just over the past few weeks. In the past several months, we have seen as much as a 70-per-cent reduction over what we experienced last year. ” — Border Security Minister Bill Blair.—This was the response Border Security Minister Bill Blair provided on Oct. 25 to a question in the House of Commons posed by Conservative public safety critic Pierre Paul-Hus, who asked about the ongoing influx of irregular migrants crossing into Canada away from official entry points.As part of his question, Paul-Hus said the “number of illegal border crossings continues to rise.”Blair rejected this as “simply wrong,” citing a “significant reduction” of 70 per cent in the last several months compared to last year.But is either statement true?Spoiler alert: The Canadian Press Baloney Meter is a dispassionate examination of political statements culminating in a ranking of accuracy on a scale of “no baloney” to “full of baloney” (complete methodology below).This one earns a rating of “some baloney.” Here’s why.THE FACTSCanada began experiencing an influx of “irregular” border crossers in early 2017, shortly after U.S. President Donald Trump announced he would end a program that offered temporary status to immigrants from several countries to live in the United States.Tens of thousands of asylum-seekers have since arrived in Canada from the U.S., avoiding official border checkpoints where they would have been turned away under the Safe Third Country agreement between the two countries. Instead, they’ve been crossing the border along forest paths and through fields, declaring their intent to seek refugee status once on Canadian soil.THE NUMBERSBlair says the significant drop in asylum seekers happened “in the past several months.” Asylum claim statistics released by the Immigration Department show there was a reduction in the months of July to September this year compared to the same three months in 2017. But it was a drop of 53 per cent, not 70 per cent.Blair’s press secretary Marie-Emmanuelle Cadieux clarified that Blair was comparing only the month of August 2018 with August of 2017 when citing the 70-per-cent reduction.In that month alone, there were indeed 70 per cent fewer irregular migrants compared with the year before.However, year-over-year numbers show that overall, more people have crossed irregularly into Canada so far this year — 15,726, compared to the 15,102 crossings from January to September 2017.THE EXPERTSMeasuring and predicting the number of irregular migrants who might come to Canada is hard, says Janet Dench of the Canadian Council for Refugees.She pointed to the fact that many predicted a major surge this summer, as was experienced in 2017, as the warmer summer months make travel easier. Others predicted an influx of Salvadoran asylum seekers after the Trump administration moved to end temporary protected status for over 250,000 Salvadorans living in the United States.“In the spring we heard people saying, ‘There’s going to be these huge numbers of people crossing over into Quebec,’ and it actually remained pretty steady,” Dench said.“It’s very difficult to predict, but I would say the numbers that are coming in Canada now is more reflective of the total number of refugees in the world.”Jamie Liew, an immigration lawyer and associate professor of law at the University of Ottawa, agreed it is hard to predict the number of irregular migrants who might cross the border. But once they do they show up, Canada has legal obligations to allow them to go through the process of claiming refugee status.“I think the number is only useful in terms of how the government plans to shift resources to address the applications that are coming in or to address issues that are happening at the border.”Both Dench and Liew said too much focus has been put on the numbers of irregular migrants, which is just one aspect of issues involving Canada’s refugee system. The politicians could be debating more important things, such as how we handle migrants’ cases.THE VERDICTDuring the month of August, there was a 70-per-cent decrease in the number of irregular migrants crossing the border compared to the same month last year. However, given that there has been an overall increase in the number of asylum claims from irregular migrants so far this year compared to last year, Blair’s statement that there has been a significant reduction contains “some baloney.”METHODOLOGYThe Baloney Meter is a project of The Canadian Press that examines the level of accuracy in statements made by politicians.Each claim is researched and assigned a rating based on the following scale:No baloney — the statement is completely accurateA little baloney — the statement is mostly accurate but more information is requiredSome baloney — the statement is partly accurate but important details are missingA lot of baloney — the statement is mostly inaccurate but contains elements of truthFull of baloney — the statement is completely inaccurateNote to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version contained two different baloney ratings.
Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,191.36, up 19.97 points):Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Oil and gas. Up 94 cents, or 9.45 per cent, to $10.89 on 7.9 million shares. The Calgary-based company reported a second-quarter profit of $2.64 billion, or $2.37 per share, including a $1.8-billion non-cash revaluation gain on its interest in an oilsands joint venture with ConocoPhillips that it acquired full ownership in.Jaguar Mining Inc. (TSX:JAG). Miner. Up three cents, or 12.24 per cent, to 27.5 cents on 6.9 million shares.Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G). Miner. Down $1.07, or 6.24 per cent, to $16.07 on 5.9 million shares.Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA). Oil and gas. Up 44 cents, or 3.53 per cent, to $12.91 on 5.1 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace, rail equipment. Up one cent, or 0.42 per cent, to $2.41 on 4.8 million shares.Crescent Point Energy (TSX:CPG). Oil and gas. Up 52 cents, or 5.29 per cent, to $10.35 on 3.9 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Miner. Up 58 cents, or 2.87 per cent, to $20.76 on 3.8 million shares. The Toronto-based miner reported adjusted net earnings for the second quarter came in at US$261 million or US$0.22 per share, up from US$158 million or US$0.14 per share for the same quarter last year after higher gold production and lower costs. Barrick also said it will start discussions with the Tanzania government next week on a precious-metal export ban and other issues impacting its majority-owned Acacia Mining company.Cameco Corp. (TSX:CCO). Miner. Up 41 cents, or 3.27 per cent, to $12.96 on 1.6 million shares. The uranium miner says it has settled a tax dispute with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service that will see it pay US$122,000 instead of an originally proposed charge of US$122 million. Cameco disclosed the settlement as it reported a loss of C$2 million (nil per share) for its latest quarter compared with a loss of C$137 million (35 cents per share) a year ago.Maple Leaf Foods (TSX:MFI). Consumer packaged goods. Up $1.36, or 4.15 per cent, to $34.14 on 462,680 shares. Canada’s largest food processor says it will look to raise prices in the third quarter to offset rising raw material costs in its prepared meats business. It reported second-quarter earnings of $37.3 million (28 cents per diluted share), up from $31.4 million (23 cents per diluted share) a year ago.Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (TSX:POT). Fertilizer. Up 26 cents, or 1.18 per cent, to $22.22 on 1.8 million shares. Potash earned a second-quarter profit of US$201 million, boosted by a one-time tax provision recovery. Profit amounted to 24 cents per share, including eight cents per share due to provincial tax changes. That compared with a profit of $121 million or 14 cents per share in the same quarter last year. Sales in the quarter totalled $1.12 billion, up from $1.05 billion a year ago.Restaurant Brands International Inc. (TSX:QSR). Fast food restaurants. Up 28 cents, or 0.37 per cent, to $76.79 on 451,938 shares. Employees at a Tim Hortons in Winnipeg have voted to unionize. Workers United Canada Council says 15 people at the Lombard Avenue location have agreed to unionize with them, the second group of Tim Hortons employees to do so in the city.Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Oil and gas. Up 79 cents, or 2.03 per cent, to $39.77 on 3.1 million shares. The Calgary-based company reported second-quarter earnings of $435 million or 26 cents per share, compared with a net loss of $735 million or 46 cents per share in the same period last year.Teck Resources Ltd. (TSX:TECK.B). Miner. Up 48 cents, or 1.84 per cent, to $26.63 on 3.5 million shares. Teck says its steelmaking coal business helped grow its second quarter profit to $577 million. Profit amounted to $1 per share, up from $15 million or three cents per share a year ago. Revenue in the quarter totalled nearly $2.82 billion, up from $1.74 billion.Tembec Inc. (TSX:TMB). Forest Products. Oil and gas. Unchanged at $4.61 on 661,335 shares. Shareholders in the Quebec forestry firm have overwhelmingly endorsed a friendly takeover offer by Rayonier Advanced Materials, a chemical products company based in Florida. About 95 per cent of shareholders voted in favour of the deal, valued at C$1.1 billion — well above the two-thirds support required.
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The Coast Guard sector Miami deployed two crews to search for the boat and intercepted them east of Jupiter. The other migrants were from the Bahamas, Jamaica and Brazil.The Coast Guard transferred the six men to the U.S. Border Patrol and Homeland Security Investigations. (Colombo Gazette) Two migrants from Sri Lanka were part of a group attempting to get to the US illegally when authorities found them in a small boat off Florida, the U.S. Coast Guard said, according to ABC News.A Coast Guard airplane crew spotted six men in an 18-foot center console about 5 a.m. Saturday.
A record 166 countries contributed to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in 2004 for total contributions of $326 million, the highest ever in the 35-year history of the world’s largest international source of funding for population and reproductive health programmes.But the agency still needs more.“This remarkable level of support from governments demonstrates their commitment to reproductive health and rights, women’s empowerment and gender equality,” UNFPA Executive Director Thoraya Ahmed Obaid said.These investments “are absolutely essential to save lives and reduce poverty in line with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs),” she added in reference to the targets set by the UN Millennium Summit of 2000 to halve extreme poverty and hunger, slash infant and maternal mortality and greatly increase access to health and education, all by 2015.But she added: “I must put these figures into perspective, because the issues addressed by UNFPA, such as HIV/AIDS, have become far more serious than we could have ever imagined. In other words, I consider it imperative that our regular income continues to grow over the next few years to the $400 million level.”“This will enable UNFPA to maintain its relevance in promoting reproductive and sexual health worldwide and to prevent HIV, particularly with respect to the world’s largest generation of adolescents,” she said.The top six donors were the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Japan, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. The contributions of $326 million, a provisional figure, easily passed the previous high of $300 million in 1996.At the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, 179 governments and civil society organizations committed to a 20-year action plan to ensure universal access to reproductive health information and services, including family planning, and to uphold fundamental human rights, including reproductive rights.The number of UNFPA donors has been steadily increasing over the last few years, from 69 in 1999, to 149 in 2003, and now 166. In addition, more than 40 countries pledged multi-year funding in 2004, another record for UNFPA.UNFPA works with governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in more than 140 countries, supporting programmes that help people plan families and avoid unwanted pregnancies, undergo pregnancy and childbirth safely, avoid sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and combat violence against women.
Downing Street was worried John Major may inadvertently win the first National Lottery and drew up contingency plans to avoid embarrassment, newly declassified documents have revealed.Correspondence released by the National Archives showed unease building among Whitehall officials as ministers bought tickets to help promote the lottery launch in 1994.While the inaugural draw was considered a “major opportunity” for the Tories to build support, aides feared it would be “unhelpful” if senior MPs were “seen to be among the early winners”. Guidance was hastily drawn up by the Department of National Heritage, telling ministers that the Prime Minister was donating his lottery ticket to charity and they should follow suit. John Kingman, a private secretary in the National Heritage department, wrote in a note to Mr Major’s office: “The lottery will be a secure operation: no individual will be in a position to influence the outcome of the draw. There is therefore no propriety issue.“But it would still be awkward presentationally if a Minister were to win a major prize.”Such an outcome was almost comically remote, with the chances of winning even a three-figure sum in the first draw at 55,491 to one, according to operator Camelot. The odds of securing a prize in the tens of thousands of pounds – by matching five balls plus the bonus – was 2,330,636 to one.Nonetheless, the Prime Minister’s was asked to weigh in on whether ministers should be able to keep prize money “like any other citizen” or be forced to donate it to charity.Officials fretted about allowing ministers to decide individually if the rule applied to their families, with future cabinet minister Damian Green warning such an approach could unleash “a journalistic ring-round revealing different standards”. More than 22 million people tuned in to BBC to watch the fist draw of the Government-backed National Lottery on November 19 1994, when seven people claimed the jackpot of £839,254. It was viewed as a boost to the Government of Mr Major, which was struggling to contain surging Labour popularity due to what it described as the “Blair factor”. Downing Street officials had been planning the launch meticulously to ensure the Prime Minister reaped as much good will from the initiative as possible.During preparations, Christopher Meyer, Mr Major’s press secretary, said there was a willingness “to exploit the Prime Minister’s personal association” with the lottery by getting him to buy a ticket.However, proposals for him to take part in the first televised draw – presented by Noel Edmonds – were firmly rejected by press advisers. “It would look tacky and awkward,” Mr Meyer warned. In the days that followed, Denis Vaughan, the conductor who lobbied for the National Lottery to be created, wrote to the Director-General of the BBC to complain about its broadcast. “There is no sign of any distinguished sight or sound on the programme so far,” he said in the letter to John Burt, which was part of the National Archives release.Mr Vaughan suggested “light classical music” should be used throughout the broadcast and expressed hope that Prince Charles could become the president of “one big charity” for the lottery. The National Lottery was seen as a ‘major opportunity’ for the Tories and ministers rushed to buy ticketsCredit:PA Similar concerns were voiced by Mr Green, then a Downing Street aide, who suggested “even presenting a cheque to an early winner feels more like a Private Eye cover than a positive photocall”. Another official, Alex Allan, warned they could be struck by a backlash of “bad news stories” that might require the Prime Minister to have an arms-length association to the lottery.Suggesting the type of headlines that could await, he wrote: “The single mother who spends the food money on lottery tickets, the bureaucracy that takes ages to pay out lottery proceeds to deserving causes.”The honour of starting the first draw eventually fell to 18-year-old Deborah Walsh. No ministers won prizes. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Zenith Energy has executed an amendment to the power purchase agreement (PPA) it had in place with Northern Star Resources for the Jundee gold mine in Western Australia.The new pact will see Zenith add another 6 MW of installed capacity in the power station at Jundee and bring the ASX-listed power company’s overall build own operate (BOO) capacity to more than 189 MW.Under the amend terms of the PPA, Zenith will BOO an expanded 24 MW power station for Jundee, located in the northern Greenfields region of WA. The power station will comprise an upgrade to the existing facility with the installation of an added 6 MW of Jenbacher 620 Spark Ignittion gas generator technology.The station incorporates natural gas fuelled generators, which will provide the Jundee mine with highly efficient, cost effective and clean gas fuelled power generation into the future, according to Zenith.The amended PPA is expected to have a supply commencement date of the March quarter and a 10-year term aligned with the existing PPA.Zenith Energy’s Managing Director, Hamish Moffat said: “We are delighted to sign this PPA amendment with Northern Star, which further demonstrates Zenith Energy’s ability to build strong, long-lasting relationships with Tier One clients such as Northern Star Resources through the continued delivery of excellence in safe, innovative, reliable, highly efficient and cost-effective power generation solutions to support the diverse needs of our resources clients in demanding remote locations.”The Jundee processing circuit is a conventional CIL plant with a hard-rock processing capacity of approximately 1.35 Mt/y. The process consists of a single toggle overhead eccentric swing jaw crusher followed by a SAG and ball milling circuit incorporating gravity recovery and CIP process achieving 92% recoveries.The company produced 285,000 oz of gold in its last financial year from Jundee.
2 Comments By Eoin Lúc Ó Ceallaigh Tuesday 20 Jun 2017, 3:00 PM Subscribe for more videos Image: Dan Sheridan/INPHO Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article http://the42.ie/3454024 15,208 Views Image: Dan Sheridan/INPHO POM as a captain: ‘He doesn’t say much, but says things to prickle the hairs on the back of your neck’Gatland keeps the shirt value steady and more talking points as the Lions get a midweek win The Rugby Show: Lions’ last chance to shine before facing the All Blacks Warren Gatland now has some big decisions to make ahead of the first Test on Saturday. Share1 Tweet Email1 Short URL Jun 20th 2017, 3:00 PM Updated at 15.00MURRAY KINSELLA JOINED Ryan Bailey this morning live from Hamilton, New Zealand, for a Rugby Show on The42 Facebook page.Having just watched the Lions earn a comfortable 34-6 victory over Super Rugby’s Chiefs, Murray and Ryan discussed the players hoping to make that test squad, and also went through the possible decisions that Warren Gatland will make.They also looked ahead to the Lions’ first clash with the All Blacks on Saturday, and whether their mixed form so far can be a match for “the best rugby team in the world”. Source: The42.ie/YouTube
Republican presidential candidates from left, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and John Kasich take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)District of Columbia Republicans crowded one of the most popular bars in the Adams Morgan neighborhood to watch the first presidential debate of the 2016 campaign scene on Aug 6.Scores of young Republicans, with an occasional Baby Boomer, watched the 10 leading Republican presidential candidates’ debate on national television at the Johnny Pistolas Mexican Taquiera Bar. There were few Blacks at Johnny Pistolas, but those present were cheering on their favorite candidate.“I’m with [U.S. Senator] Marco Rubio all the way,” Gee-Gee Bean, a branch manager for a construction company, said of the Florida Republican. “Rubio has the right values to be president and I think that he will capture people’s hearts when they get to know him.”The candidates joining Rubio at the debate were businessman Donald Trump; former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush; governors Chris Christie, Scott Walker, and John Kasich of New Jersey, Wisconsin, and Ohio, respectively; Dr. Ben Carson; Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.); former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee; and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). When the candidates came on the stage and were announced by name, the crowded responded with cheers for Trump, Carson, Rubio, and Bush.Republican presidential candidates from left, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio and Ben Carson take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)Marcus W. Skelton, a former candidate for a D.C. Council at-large seat in 2006, said he hasn’t chosen which Republican candidate to back for the nomination. “I’m looking at Bush, Carly Fiorina, Christie, Walker, and Paul,” he said, referring to Fiorina, a participant in a run-up presidential debate earlier that day. “I want to see who is going to deal with improving the economy and fighting high unemployment.”During the two-hour event, the questions posed by Fox News journalists Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace, and Brett Baier, had little to do with issues that Blacks, in America, deal with.In a rare instance of a Black-oriented query, Walker was asked whether Black Lives Matter, and the governor responded that law enforcement officers need to be better trained on the proper use of force and hinted that those who didn’t use their training properly should be disciplined accordingly.When Wallace asked the candidates what they would say if Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused them of being insensitive to minority voter suppression, no one directly responded to his question.Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks as Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker listens during the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)Carson, the only major Black candidate for president in the 2016 election cycle, was asked about race. “I don’t need to talk about race,” he said. He said race was not an issue when he performed operations and “it is time for us to move beyond that.”“This is the United States of America, not the divided states of America,” he said.Trump’s comedic one-liners about his opponents and his defense of controversial statements on immigration strengthened Dana Mozie’s support of him. “Donald Trump is getting a lot of support around the country because he is in touch with what America thinks,” Mozie, a Republican consultant said. “The politicians on that stage are being politically correct and he isn’t, and that’s why people are attracted to him. He is authentic and speaks truth to power.” email@example.com
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Michael Goh, SVP International Sales for Genting Cruise Lines, has been confirmed as the final keynote speaker for the 23rd annual Australian Cruise Association (ACA) Conference, to be held 4-6 September 2019 in Geelong, Victoria.Goh’s inclusion in the already impressive speaker line-up is timely as the cruise line has confirmed it will be sending Explorer Dream to Australia this coming cruise season. He joins the impressive line-up of Melissa Witsoe, Product Manager for Windstar Cruises in Seattle; Adam Armstrong, Managing Director of Silversea Cruises in Australia and New Zealand; Captain Nikolaos Antalis, Association Vice President Marine and Safety for Royal Caribbean International – RCI (APAC); and Associate Professor Anne Hardy from the University of Tasmania. The 2019 Conference, themed Cruising – the Value Proposition, will be emceed by Melanie de Sousa, a fearless champion and advocate of Melbourne’s visitor economy for over two decades. Melanie has been instrumental in putting Melbourne and Victoria on the world stage through her work in international marketing.The conference and AGM will be held at the Novotel Geelong, situated on the city’s waterfront, and the Geelong Football Stadium – home to the Geelong Cats.ACA is working closely with Visit Victoria, Tourism Greater Geelong and the Bellarine, Business Events Geelong and the City of Greater Geelong to bring the Conference together.Earlybird registrations are closing at 6pm [AEST] on 31 July 2019. IMAGE: Michael Goh, SVP International Sales for Genting Cruise Lines ACAAustralian Cruise AssociationAustralian Cruise Association conferencecruiseupcoming events
Norman Rockwell ‘Four Freedoms’ exhibit opens this weekend by The Associated Press Posted May 22, 2018 5:31 am PDT Last Updated May 22, 2018 at 6:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – An exhibit featuring Norman Rockwell’s iconic “Four Freedoms” paintings is opening this weekend.The New-York Historical Society announced Tuesday that “Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms” will run from May 25 to Sept. 2. It will then tour everywhere from Houston to Normandy, France, by the fall of 2020.Rockwell’s 1943 illustrations, which are among the most famous in American history, were a response to President Franklin Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms” speech from two years earlier. The illustrations are called “Freedom of Speech,” ”Freedom of Worship,” ”Freedom from Fear” and “Freedom from Want.”
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