Cyprus Security Council extends mandate of UN peacekeeping mission

The Council voted unanimously to keep the mission, which has been in operation since 1964 after the eruption of intercommunal violence between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities, in place through 15 June 2009.The negotiations have created “the prospect of a comprehensive and durable settlement,” the resolution said, urging the sides to take full advantage of the opportunity by stepping up the pace of talks and maintaining the existing atmosphere of trust and goodwill.The 15-member body also called on the sides to continue to consult with UNFICYP on the demarcation of the buffer zone.In his latest report on Cyprus to the Council, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he was “encouraged” that Greek Cypriot leader Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat had decided to resume formal negotiations towards achieving a bizonal, bicommunal federation.“It reflected political courage, vision and commitment, which both leaders clearly share,” he wrote.The latest round of talks took place between the leaders of the two communities last week in the UN Protected Area in Nicosia. 12 December 2008The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Cyprus (UNFICYP) by six months, welcoming September’s historic launch of talks between the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities aimed at reunifying the Mediterranean island. read more

Urging greater generosity Annan arrives in Pakistan for quake donor conference

“I would expect the world, those with capacity, to be generous and to give, and give willingly and I am not just speaking to governments, I am also speaking to the private sector and individuals who have been generous in other situations. I call on all of them to help us here as well,” Mr. Annan said of Saturday’s conference. “We need more resources, not just for emergency relief, but also for recovery and reconstruction and I hope as we rebuild we are going to rebuild better houses. We are going to do what we tend to call ‘recovery plus.’ Not just build what was there before, but build in a manner that can withstand, God forbid, if another disaster struck.”Welcoming Mr. Annan at Islamabad airport, Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid M. Kasuri said the UN and the Secretary-General “have provided the leadership and stood by Pakistan in these very trying times.”“We are grateful to the Secretary-General for coming here especially for this conference,” he added. Asked whether there was still a threat of a second cycle of death from disease, exposure and the logistical difficulties in reaching victims after the quake, which killed more than 86,000 people, injured over 100,000 and left up to 3 million homeless, Mr. Annan noted that the death rate has already been increasing. “If we had been able to get all the resources, and we didn’t have the logistical challenges that we had, some of the people who died may have been saved but it was not as bad as it could have been,” he said. On the ground today, UN agencies continued their efforts to bring in relief supplies ahead of the harsh Himalayan winter, when snows are expected to isolate the more remote areas.In its latest update, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported that the UN’s $550 million flash appeal was still less than 30 per cent funded, with only 5 per cent of shelter needs and 9 per cent of water and sanitation requirements so far met.The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is increasing food rations from 75 kilograms of wheat flour per family per month to 100 kilos but has stressed the very real threat posed by the shortfall in funds to continuing its programme especially if remote villages are to be reached by helicopter.“It’s certainly no secret that funding is not to a level we requested. That’s going to have an effect as no money means no flights. Of course we’re worried, it’s a real danger,” WFP logistics officer Tony Freeman said. WFP is distributing food by road and by air, and using mules in some areas which remain inaccessible.“The situation is very bad. Almost everyone is hungry and there is no network of roads or communications. All the shops and bazaars have collapsed and people need food and shelter,” WFP programme officer Kyaw Oo Maung said of the mountainous region where many roads have been cut off by landslides and supplies considerably delayed.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has started a new airlift of vitally needed tents, blankets and cooking equipment with giant British heavy-lift Chinook helicopters. On the first day of the operation yesterday two huge choppers delivered nearly half of the 240 tonnes of aid slated for distribution in the remote Leepa Valley. Over the next few days UNHCR is providing a total of 2,000 tents, 36,000 blankets, 4,000 plastic sheets, 4,000 kitchen sets and 4,000 jerry cans to the Leepa Valley. “It is extremely important that we provide shelter and other supplies to these high altitude communities as quickly as possible. Snow is already accumulating on the peaks and soon these areas will be under several metres,” agency emergency coordinator Christine Neveu said.For its part, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is working with the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and the Pakistani Health Ministry to immunize 800,000 children under 15 against measles. “We can have a major impact on child mortality in this disaster situation, in which children’s immune systems are under stress due to chronic under-nutrition in many cases, and to trauma from the earthquake and the upheavals that have followed,” UNICEF Emergency Coordinator Claudia Hudspeth said. read more

BMV investigation shows no wrongdoings OSU halts own probe

After the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles concluded its investigation of car purchases made by Ohio State athletes and found that all purchases were legitimate, OSU has canceled its own investigation. According to the BMV’s 65-page report released Tuesday, which examined purchases from the Jack Maxton Chevrolet and Auto Direct dealerships in Columbus, there was “no evidence” to suggest wrongdoing by the dealerships or OSU players. “In light of the report from the BMV and an examination done by the Ohio Independent Automobile Dealers Association, we have seen no evidence that would lead us to believe that Ohio State student athletes violated any policies when purchasing used cars,” OSU spokesman Jim Lynch wrote in an email to The Lantern. “Therefore, we will not be conducting an independent examination outside of what has already been done by these parties.” The report cited that all 25 transactions were legitimate; however, no OSU officials were referenced in the BMV report. In a separate investigation released Tuesday, James R. Mitchell, the executive director of Ohio Independent Automobile Dealers Association, said that each of the 25 cars in question were sold at “fair market value.” “It is my professional opinion in regards to the sales transactions regarding (OSU) student athletes and their family members that there was no preferential treatment,” he wrote in a letter. The BMV’s investigation found that the automobile titles for the cars in question accurately reflected the actual purchase prices of the cars. The report also said there was no evidence of players providing memorabilia or tickets to the dealerships in place of cash. The Columbus Dispatch originally reported OSU’s plan to investigate car sales on May 7. Terrelle Pryor, who was connected to the use of at least six different cars during his time at OSU, departed the university on June 7 to pursue an NFL career. Thomas Bradley contributed to this story. read more

Marks Spencer runs out of waistcoats ahead of Waistcoat Wednesday

In the UK, thousands of office workers are expected to take part in “waistcoat Wednesday” while raising money for good causes.Bloodwise, the cancer charity, said that “in honour of the England boss’ new-found football fashionista status” it was urging fans to don the waistcoat. 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. Meanwhile, Willowbrook Primary in Leicester was also asking its pupils to wear waistcoats or else England kits to school. Doubt I can pull off this look in an XL @marksandspencer ☹️ pic.twitter.com/emiMaWOzjx— Joshua Grills 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 (@joshuagrills1) July 8, 2018 Marks & Spencer is running out of Gareth Southgate’s trademark waistcoat prompting anguished protests from England fans.The waistcoat has become a cult fashion item since Southgate began wearing it at the start of England’s run to the world cup semi-final. It even has its own spoof Twitter account with the slogan “Fashion’s Coming Home”.But ahead of “Waistcoat Wednesday” to coincide with the semi-final against Croatia, supporters have found themselves unable to buy the item.Even in Russia, the Moscow branch of M&S had run out of most sizes of the waistcoat.–– ADVERTISEMENT ––Ivan Novikov, 25, a Moscow tax consultant, bought one, costing 3,999 Roubles(£50)  yesterday after watching the England manager on Russian television.“I saw him at England versus Colombia and I thought: ‘he looks good,” said Mr Novikov, “I don’t even know his name.”Mr Novikov believes the waistcoat will become a must-have fashion accessory among Russia’s younger workforce. M&S responded: “It’s been restocked in some of the sizes now Joshua. Hope you can pick one up!”An M&S spokesperson said, “Gareth’s sideline style has meant our waistcoats are really scoring with our customers with sales doubling since the World Cup began. We’ve got enough different styles in stock for everyone to show their support for the boys on #waistcoatwednesday.”  On the M&S website, half the available sizes have sold out with only XXL and XXXL guaranteed. Joshua Grills, a Labour Party youth officer, tweeted: “Doubt I can pull off this look in an XL” accompanied by a photograph of Southgate at the end of the victory against Sweden. read more

Dementia patients should be offered music and dance therapy

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. He said: “Dementia can devastate the lives of people affected by it and although there is not yet a cure I believe we can do more to improve the lives of people with the condition.”In particular, I want to combat over-medicalisation and dishing out pills when it’s not in the best interests of the patient.”There is increasing evidence suggesting music can bring calm to people with dementia by reducing agitation and supporting those affected to cope better with symptoms.”This is the kind of personalised care that I fully endorse as a key part of our NHS long term plan.”Officials said that such therapies should be used in addition to conventional medicine.Around 850,000 people in the UK have dementia and this is projected to rise to more than a million in under a decade. More people with dementia should be given music or dance therapy in a bid to prevent them being “over-medicalised”, the Health Secretary has said.It follows research which found that giving people with dementia personal playlists resulted in a 60 per cent reduction in the need for mind-altering drugs.Matt Hancock said that while guidance says local areas should consider music or dancing for people with dementia, such therapies have not been widely adopted across England.He has previously called on GPs to prescribe “personal playlists” to reduce agitation in patients with dementia.Speaking following a reception hosted by the Prince of Wales at Clarence House in support of “social prescription” therapies, Mr Hancock said doctors were “dishing out” too many pills, when other options should be offered. Research suggests that singing and listening to music can help people with dementia, in some cases reducing the need for medication.Studies suggest it can help reduce agitation and minimise the need for restraint, helping people with dementia and their families cope better with symptoms.One charity Playlist for Life – which creates personal playlists for people with dementia – has achieved a 60 per cent reduction in the use of psychotropic medication at one care home.A collaboration between the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Hull’s stroke recovery service, used music sessions to help people after they had suffered a stroke.Nearly 90 per cent of patients saw improvements in their physical and mental health, with fewer dizzy spells and epileptic seizures, less anxiety, improved sleep, improved concentration, and memory.In Gloucestershire, hospitals are now referring patients with lung conditions to singing sessions, while a scheme in Cheshire connects school choirs to local care homes. read more

Travel advisory for Greece updated

first_imgThe Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) updated its travel advisory for Greece early this week, due to bomb attacks in Athens and possible civil unrest. The information under Safety and security: Civil unrest/political tension contained on the DFAT website, was updated after a homemade bomb exploded inside a suburban Athens shopping mall, on January 20, slightly injuring two security guards. “Groups opposed to the Greek Government, Greek institutions and Western commercial and diplomatic interests have bombed government, commercial and other buildings in Greece on several occasions. This included bomb attacks at several locations in Athens in January 2013 and a serious bomb attack on a government building in December 2010. Such attacks have resulted in death and/or injury. Further attacks cannot be ruled out,” the DFAT website reads. Despite the updated information, the overall level of the advice has not changed, and Greece keeps its position in a group of countries where “normal safety precautions” should be exercised. “We continue to advise Australians to exercise normal safety precautions in Greece,” the DFAT website notice reads. The DFAT has advised Australian citizens and travellers to monitor the media and be prepared to change their travel plans in case of transport disruptions. Australian citizens are also advised to avoid all protests and demonstrations as they may turn violent. As main areas in Athens that have been effected by demonstrations and riots in past, the website refers to Syntagma Square, Monastiraki (tourist area) and Omonia. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

InterCaribbean Airways encourages ESTA registration

first_img Star Studded Stop in Dallas for #TeamTCI Recommended for you Related Items:airline, flights, international, travel Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppIt only takes seconds for the 38 countries affected by the recent US Border Control ESTA notice to register themselves online.CEO of InterCaribbean Airways, Trevor Sadler said those holders of Turks and Caicos e-passports will continue to enjoy the unique relationship where they can travel on a TCI Police record; and that it is fine for e-Passport holders who have a US Visa to travel in the States as is, but for those who are on the list of countries apart of the Visa Waiver Program, including the UK, they will need to get an ESTA else they will not be processed by airlines for travel into the United States.The change has been in effect since April 1, 2016 according to online notices issued recently.Sadler said their ICA flight into San Juan, Puerto Rico is affected by the new requirement and this means unless the traveler from one on the list of 38 countries has their Electronic System for Travel Authorization or ESTA; interCaribbean Airways would not be able to check them in and explained that even if they did, US authorities in San Juan are likely to turn the traveler back.Sadler said it literally takes seconds to register for that ESTA, online.It only takes seconds for the 38 countries affected by the recent US Border Control ESTA notice to register themselves online.CEO of InterCaribbean Airways, Trevor Sadler said those holders of Turks and Caicos e-passports will continue to enjoy the unique relationship where they can travel on a TCI Police record; and that it is fine for e-Passport holders who have a US Visa to travel in the States as is, but for those who are on the list of countries apart of the Visa Waiver Program, including the UK, they will need to get an ESTA else they will not be processed by airlines for travel into the United States.The change has been in effect since April 1, 2016 according to online notices issued recently.Sadler said their ICA flight into San Juan, Puerto Rico is affected by the new requirement and this means unless the traveler from one on the list of 38 countries has their Electronic System for Travel Authorization or ESTA; interCaribbean Airways would not be able to check them in and explained that even if they did, US authorities in San Juan are likely to turn the traveler back.Sadler said it literally takes seconds to register for that ESTA, online. Road Show delegation starts in the Western USA Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Tourism Pitch In Houston Impresses 45 Year Travel Agentlast_img read more

Search underway for 2 in Porsche theft in North Miami

first_imgNORTH MIAMI, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are seeking the public’s help in locating two men who, they said, were responsible for stealing a Porsche sports car in North Miami, last week.Surveillance video shows two men looking around a cul-de-sac before parking their car in the Keystone Islands community, along Arch Creek Drive. One man hopped in a Porsche parked in the driveway of a home and took off.According to the owner of the Porsche, there have been more than a dozen burglaries and thefts in the neighborhood.“As far as the violation of privacy, it’s all of the above,” said victim William Fonseca. “Now the doors need to be locked, the alarm needs to be on. It has just turned out to be a nerve-wracking circumstance.”If you have any information on this car theft, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Kidney racket busted in Hyderabad 1 held

first_imgA Tamil Nadu based person was arrested by the police at Neredmet for sharing a post on a social networking site regarding kidney transplantation. Siva cheated the people with the post which said that kidney transplantation can be done for Rs 15,000. The police busted the online kidney racket and arrested the accused. On April 2, the Rachakonda police busted an international kidney selling racket with arresting three people from Noida and Delhi.last_img

Titan sees Rs 500 crore loss from mandatory PAN requirement

first_imgJewellery and watch-maker Titan Co estimates its income to come down about Rs 500 crore in the current fiscal as customers are now required to produce permanent account number (PAN) for transactions exceeding Rs 2 lakh.In December last year, the Finance Ministry had reduced the purchase limit for quoting PAN to Rs 2 lakh per transaction from Rs 5 lakh as part of its efforts to check the menace of black money.”We would have around Rs 400-500 crore effect on our turnover. This would be loss of turnover. This is our estimate,” Titan Co Managing Director Bhaskar Bhat told PTI.Bhat said Titan sales have already come under pressure from the earlier limit of Rs 5 lakh, without disclosing the exact figures.Titan had said last month its cash sales of jewellery items between Rs 2 lakh and Rs 5 lakh could be hit by the new PAN rule.Bhat claimed the company has not “resorted to means circumvent the rule” by splitting the bill.”We are suffering on account of that. We do not break up bill as Rs 1 lakh and Rs 1 lakh and then sell,” he said.Titan posted a revenue of Rs 11,903.21 crore for the fiscal year ending March 2015. Currently, the company derives 73% of its revenue from jewellery and 25% from watches. The rest comes from eyewear and the precision-engineering segment for the company. Its watch segment is witnessing an annual growth of about 10%.”People are buying; luxury segment and premium segment is growing. However, mass market has got affected,” Bhat said.The company has partnered with global IT giant Hewlett-Packard (HP) for its smart-watch segment.last_img read more

Toy Tuesday The Best Street Fighter Toys

first_imgStay on target Mattel Unveils Fashionable ‘Star Wars’ x Barbie DollsToy Tuesday: Yo! It’s The Best ‘G.I. Joe’ Toys Fighting games are one of the essential pillars of the industry — from Street Fighter II reviving the arcade industry in the early 1990s to the thousands of competitors and spectators at EVO every year in Las Vegas, the one-on-one game of human chess just keeps getting better. And the one franchise most responsible for that is Capcom’s flagship. Ryu, Ken, and the rest of the World Warriors have become iconic characters through their decades of battles, and of course they’ve made the jump into the toy shelf. Here are our picks for the Street Fighter toys you need to own.Tamashii Nations Ryu FigureLet’s start off with the iconic protagonist of every single Street Fighter game. Ryu laid the groundwork for what a fighting game character should be, and he’s appeared in dozens of games laying down fireballs and rising uppercuts to anybody who challenges him. This ultra-detailed Tamashii Nations figure is exceptionally poseable, meaning you can recreate pretty much every one of his iconic moves on your shelf. He even comes with a backdrop and plastic Hadouken with stand. If you’re building a Street Fighter toy collection, this should be your first player.Get it at Amazon.comDhalsim PVC FigureIt may seem bizarre to buy a figure of the India-born fighter that doesn’t move, but how would any normal action figure ever manage to match his stretchy limbs? I mean, aside from a “Stretch Armstrong”-style rubber thing. You might not be able to pull this one around like taffy, but as a PVC model it’s super dope. Dhalsim is puffed up and releasing his signature Yoga Inferno attack, ready to incinerate any foolish jump-ins who didn’t notice that he had a full bar of super meter. Really nice paint job and comes with a backdrop that mimics his SFII stage.Get it at Amazon.comFunko Savage World Blanka FigureAs a real 80s kid, Funko’s “Savage World” line really scratches a nostalgic itch for me. The general body shape is basically a rip of the classic He-Man musculature, but the company then goes the extra mile and grafts designs from a wide variety of pop culture franchises on top. They’ve done a handful of Street Fighter figures in the line, but for the money you can’t beat Brazilian electrical wildman Blanka, ready to shock you and somersault into your face.Get it at Amazon.comStreet Fighter Transformers Ken Vs. Chun LiOne of the absolute weirdest crossover toys of all time, in 2017 Takara Tomy teamed with Capcom to create a line of figures that used traditional Transformers molds and then gave them Street Fighter-themed paint jobs and accessories. This two-figure set takes Ken and Chun-Li and reimagines them as heroic Autobots Hot Rod and Arcee, changing from futuristic cars to humanoid warriors and back in the blink of an eye. It’s so bizarre it goes all the way around the other side to awesome.Get it at Amazon.comPlay Arts Kai Ibuki FigureIntroduced in Street Fighter 3, Ibuki brought the arts of ninjitsu to the fighting franchise. She had radically different mobility options powering her tricky mixups, capable of tossing kunai blades from her jumps and dashing through foes while mixing them up on wakeup. She’s pretty cool and has been a staple of the series ever since. This Play Arts Kai figure from Square Enix is both stylish and detailed, depicting the schoolgirl ninja ready to spring into action with alternate hands and faceplates.Get it at Amazon.comStorm Collectibles Zangief FigureWhen Street Fighter II dropped, everybody was flabbergasted by the Red Cyclone’s special move, the Spinning Pile Driver. Do a complete circle with the joystick before pressing a punch button? How was that even possible? The burly grappler single-handedly created a character archetype for fighting games, struggling to get in close before unleashing high-damaging command throws and mixups. This Storm Collectibles figure gives you Zangief in all his well-muscled glory, with three interchangeable heads, multiple hands and a typhoon effect for his spinning double lariat.Get it at Amazon.comPlush HadoukenSay you want to fling energy blasts at your foes but you don’t have the self-control to train for years to develop your body and mind to the peak of human perfection. We’ve got you covered. Well, at least sort of. The stuffed plush Hadouken from Multiverse Studio is a life-size recreation of Ryu’s trademark projectile attack, ready for you to unleash upon friends, family or co-workers whenever they piss you off. And it’s so soft and squishy that even a direct hit won’t knock your target out. That’s a good thing in this context.Get it at Amazon.comStreet Fighter Deck Building GameLooking to cut down on your screen time? Nursing a case of joystick thumb? But still want the thrill of defeating your foes in hand-to-hand combat with the use of some of the Street Fighter series’s most iconic characters and moves? We’ve got you handled, good buddy. Cryptozoic’s Street Fighter deck building game allows you to square off against your friends in duels with Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and the rest of the crew, traveling the world to battle bosses and learn new fighting techniques.Get it at Amazon.comPlay Arts Kai Guile FigureThe flat-topped ex-soldier with the Sonic Booms is another one of Street Fighter II‘s veterans, and Guile stood out from the pack both with his charge-based special moves and his completely bangin’ theme song, which has been remixed and repurposed hundreds of times but still slaps. This wickedly cool action figure from Square Enix’s Play Arts Kai line captures every muscle and vein on his meaty arms and comes with an alternate head, a pair of hands and a Sonic Boom plastic attachment so you can zone out your foes with ease.Get it at Amazon.comKotobukiya Juri StatueIntroduced in Street Fighter IV, the long-legged tae kwon do fighter works for the criminal organization S.I.N. to punish anybody who tries to interfere with their operations. She’s a vicious and brutal opponent capable of inflicting massive damage with her Feng Shui Engine, implanted in her eye socket and covered by a patch. This sleek, sexy statue from Kotobukiya depicts Juri poised and ready to strike, with incredible detail in the fabric sculpt and paint job. Based on a drawing by illustrator Shunya Yamashita, she’ll bring intrigue and glamour to your toy shelf.Get it at Amazon.comTamashii Nations Ken FigureIf we start with Ryu, we must end with Ken. Originally intended as nothing more than a palette swap of the original fighter, a glitch in the code of Street Fighter II made Ken Masters’ uppercut have more invincibility than his counterparts. That subtle distinction went on to inform all future incarnations of both characters. While Ryu is a lonely wanderer, Ken is a family man, returning home after each tournament to his wife and kids. This detailed, very poseable figure comes with two facial expressions, extra hands and a flame effect for his Shoryuken uppercut.Get it at Amazon.comMore on Geek.com:Most Epic ‘Lord of the Rings’ ToysBest Funko PopsMost Incredible ‘Transformers’ Toyslast_img read more

Veteran Bengali theatre personality dies

first_imgKolkata: Veteran Bengali theatre personality Biplab Ketan Chakraborty died after prolonged illness early Friday. Chakraborty, who was suffering from liver diseases for a long time, died at his Dhakuria residence in South Kolkata at around 4 am, his family said. He was 72 and is survived by dancer wife Dipali Chakraborty and actress daughters Sudipta Chakraborty, Bidipta Chakraborty and dancer Bidisha Chakraborty. Earlier, he was treated in a private hospital. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life A prominent face in group theatre movement, Chakraborty had been involved with the ‘Chetana’ theatre group from the 70s till early 90s and essayed a pivotal role in ‘Marich Sangbad’, a popular production in Bengali theatre. Later he founded ‘Theatrewala’ group which had staged a widely acclaimed production ‘Kancher Dewal’. He was a popular face too on small screen earning acclaim in mega-serials like ‘Janmabhoomi.’ Chakraborty had also acted in Bengali films ‘Chander Bari’ and ‘Bhalobasar Anek Naam’.last_img read more

Chowringhee fire due to short circuit in equipment

first_imgKolkata: Forensic experts have pointed out a short circuit in electrical equipment inside the fashion designing institute as the probable reason behind the fire that gutted an office in the multi-storeyed building situated on the 4th Floor of 60 A, Chowringhee Road near Exide Crossing on Friday morning. A portion of the roof of the building caved in due to the fire.”Prima facie, it appears that electrical short circuit has caused the fire. There were many electrical gadgets including computers inside the office of the institute. We have collected some samples and we will examine them for conclusive evidence,” said Wasim Raja, senior scientist of state forensic institute. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataA senior forensic official present during the inspection said that it was difficult to collect samples as the debris of the collapsed roof is lying here and there in a precarious condition. Officials of the building department of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation inspected the site and labourers were roped in to clear the debris. “The process of clearing the debris is time-consuming. The labourers who are doing the work have to remain very careful as the building is very old and is prone to further damage. Our aim is to ensure that normal activities in the building resume as quickly as possible,” said local councillor Ashim Basu. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe state Fire and Emergency Services department on Saturday sent a notice to the owner of the building seeking a report on what measures he had put in place in terms of fire-fighting preparedness. Dipak Mukherjee, managing director of Mookherjee Estates Private Limited, a realty company, owns the building. Residents of two apartments in the building have shifted elsewhere and will return only after CESC restores the electric connection and KMC restores the water supply line that has been damaged. Meanwhile, a fire was reported from a mobile harbour crane at Haldia Dock at around 8.30 on Saturday morning. It soon spread to the 13 number berth. However, 10 fire tenders rushed to the spot and prevented the flames from spreading further.last_img read more

Microsofts Latest Surface Deals Shows That This Is the Best Time to

first_img Share Tweet Submit When it comes to build quality, portability and a heck of a lot of battery life, the Microsoft Surface lineup belongs to the upper end of the spectrum if you’re looking for Windows 10 machines. Unfortunately, they are often stamped with a premium tag but not today.Today, Microsoft is offering you the chance to purchase either a Surface Laptop or Surface Pro with up to a $200 discount, depending on which model you decide to purchase.Given below are the models that are currently up for grabs and are available at lower prices.Surface Laptop with Core M3 and Core i5 processor models are up to $200 offSurface Pro with Core M3 processor with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage: $699 ($100 discount)Surface Pro with Core i5 processor with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage: $849 ($150 discount)Surface Pro with Core i5 processor with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage: $1,149 ($150 discount)Do keep a track of these deals because Microsoft is not exactly transparent on when these deals are going to end. In short, if you’re looking for a premium notebook or 2-in-1 and have the money to get one right now, we highly recommend that you visit the Microsoft Store by clicking on the link below. You never know that you’ll be able to strike gold on the first attempt.If you want to check out more deals, you can do so by visiting the Microsoft Store right now.last_img read more

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first_img Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more Related Content News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read more September 22, 2008 – Using the Novalis Tx platform from Varian Medical Systems and BrainLAB, doctors are performing image-guided radiosurgery to treat tumors of the brain, spine, lung and liver, without a single incision in the patient. This advanced technology is on display this week at ASTRO 2008 and at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons 2008 meeting in Orlando, FL.Doctors are turning more and more to the use of stereotactic body radiosurgery (SBRT) for the treatment of cancer and other conditions.“Novalis Tx is a very versatile machine that will facilitate image-guided treatment for a variety of body sites,” said Naren Ramakrishna, M.D., Ph.D., chief, CNS (central nervous system) radiation oncology, Brigham and Women’s/Dana Farber. “Combining the advanced technologies for imaging, treatment planning, and treatment delivery from both companies, it offers clinicians a fast, versatile, highly precise radiosurgery device for image-guided treatments of the brain or body.”Novalis Tx reportedly enables doctors to deliver fast radiosurgery treatments for a large number of indications, including malignant and benign lesions, brain metastases, arteriovenous malformations and functional lesions. Designed for fast, precise, noninvasive radiosurgical procedures, the Novalis Tx has been adopted by leading academic institutions, regional medical centers, and community hospitals such as Duke University, UCLA, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Henry Ford Health System; Oregon Health & Science University; Palo Alto Medical Foundation; Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai; and the University of Bern, Switzerland.The Novalis Tx platform incorporates two complementary imaging systems that work together to enhance treatment precision by enabling doctors to target areas being treated. The ETX (ExacTrac) room-based X-ray imaging system provides real-time imaging and fine-tuning of a robotic couch that moves in six dimensions to ensure that the targeted lesion is aligned with the treatment beam during treatment. 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first_img Comments   Share   Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of “Because interest rates are low, and house prices are not falling, people feel justified in borrowing more than they can afford,” said Hickey.The greater mobility of renters may also be contributing to the record exodus of New Zealanders to Australia, where wages are higher and there are more career opportunities, even though housing there also is expensive. Figures released this month by government agency Statistics New Zealand show that more than 1,000 New Zealanders are migrating to Australia every week. Even after taking account of Australians who move to New Zealand, the net loss remains more than 100 people every day. While those losses are being offset by immigrants from, among other places, China, India and the United Kingdom, Hickey contends New Zealand is losing irreplaceable intellectual and social knowledge.Murray Sherwin, who chairs the government-funded Productivity Commission which this year wrote a comprehensive report on housing affordability, says there are many negatives to high housing prices.“On any given income, it means that people are less well housed,” he said. “They have a lower quality of housing, and they may not have home ownership. It affects social cohesiveness. And there’s an intergenerational issue. There’s been a big transfer of wealth toward those who were in the market earlier.” Median prices are about five times the median household income, well above the historic multiple of three. In the largest city of Auckland, which is driving the market, home prices have hit a median $500,000 New Zealand dollars ($407,500). Average annual wages, meanwhile, are languishing at $53,000 New Zealand dollars ($43,000).High home prices represent an anomaly for a developed country of 4.4 million that, Auckland aside, is sparsely populated and where available homes often lack adequate insulation or central heating. Part of the explanation lies in tradition _ owning a home with a yard holds enormous social and economic significance in New Zealand and has long been the investment of choice for the middle class, who have shied away from stocks and other financial assets. But high prices are forcing more people to rent _ home ownership levels have dropped from 75 percent in the early 1990s to 65 percent now.The Economist magazine this month rated New Zealand’s home prices as 66 percent overvalued when compared to rents, second only to Canada in the 21 markets measured. By comparison, the magazine concluded homes in China were 7 percent overvalued compared to rents, homes in the United States were 15 percent undervalued, and those in Japan were 37 percent undervalued. Using income as a measure, the magazine concluded New Zealand homes were 22 percent overvalued. Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Even Alistair Helm, who runs the industry-funded http://www.realestate.co.nz, acknowledges housing accounts for a disproportionate amount of investment in New Zealand. He said people are understandably wary of the country’s stock market, which he says lacks depth and has burned many in the past due to its volatility.“You can’t help human nature,” he said.Even so, he said he’s confident the home market will remain at current levels and produce steady returns.“People talk about it being crazily overvalued,” he said. “But it’s only overvalued when the price you expect is not what someone will pay.”___Follow Nick Perry on Twitter at http://twitter.com/nickgbperry Top holiday drink recipes Top Stories Associated PressWELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) – Rising home prices are often welcomed as a sign of a country’s economic health and vigor. But in New Zealand, concern is growing that prices have risen so high they are instead an economic anchor, sucking resources from those who can afford a home and prompting those who can’t to consider moving overseas.While much of the world remains mired in a housing slump, median home prices in the South Pacific nation rose to an all-time high of 372,000 New Zealand dollars ($303,000) in June. That’s 6 percent above the peak reached before the global financial crisis and more than double the level of a decade ago, according to the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day The Bank of New Zealand came to a similar conclusion, finding that homes were 25 percent overvalued when compared to long-term trends.Record-low interest rates are helping fuel ever-larger mortgages, money that ultimately comes from offshore. New Zealand’s household debt levels are high by international standards and are a big part of the reason why two major credit agencies last year downgraded the country’s sovereign credit rating.In some ways, however, home prices reflect the country’s relative economic health. Demand for New Zealand’s agricultural exports remained strong throughout the global downturn. Unemployment, government debt and foreclosures have all remained low here when compared to most other developed nations. Many observers say that in the short-term, at least, a housing crash is unlikely and prices may still rise, especially in Auckland, where demand remains high.The situation hasn’t alarmed the government or the Reserve Bank enough yet to intervene, unlike in Canada, where the government has recently tried to cool its housing market by imposing restrictions on mortgages.Many worry, however, that damage is being done.Economic commentator Bernard Hickey said young families who want to buy homes are delaying decisions like having children, while those who have purchased recently have saddled themselves with so much mortgage debt they are less willing to take on entrepreneurial risks, like starting a business. He said that in turn stifles the country’s productivity and dynamism. Sponsored Stories The commission’s report identified a number of supply problems driving up home prices. It found local restrictions have choked the supply of land and forced up construction costs. It also found that New Zealand builders simply aren’t constructing large-scale cheap housing and instead are focusing on bespoke homes for the wealthy. Part of the problem is the small size of the market, which means builders can’t get the same efficiencies of scale they can in larger countries.Craig Ebert, a senior economist at the Bank of New Zealand, says there’s a more fundamental problem: interest rates are too low.“We’ve become highly dependent on low rates,” he said. “This is the problem that got the world into this predicament.”Like many other countries, New Zealand slashed interest rates after the global downturn and has kept them low to encourage growth. But any hike in interest rates now would immediately squeeze thousands of homeowners. That’s because most mortgages here come with interest rates that change with the market, or are fixed for a maximum of two years. That’s unlike the U.S. where homeowners can enjoy a fixed rate for the full 30-year duration of their mortgage. Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)last_img read more

Profits Climb at Wells Fargo in Q4 Originations Dip

first_imgProfits Climb at Wells Fargo in Q4, Originations Dip Share January 11, 2013 409 Views “”Wells Fargo””:https://www.wellsfargo.com/ pulled in a record net profit of $5.1 billion in the final quarter of 2012, up 24 percent from the same period in 2011, according to the bank’s quarterly filings.[IMAGE]Total profits for 2012 were $18.9 billion, up 19 percent from the year before. Revenue for the year increased 6 percent from 2011 to reach $86.1 billion. In the fourth quarter alone, revenue was $21.9 billion (up 7 percent year-over-year).Mortgage banking noninterest income was $3.1 billion for Q4, up $261 million quarter-over-quarter. However, originations took a slight dive, dropping to $125 billion compared to $139 billion in the third quarter. The bank also revealed a dip in applications, which fell from $188 billion in Q3 to $152 billion in Q4. Refinances made up 72 percent of applications, unchanged from the third quarter.The quarter ended with an application pipeline of about $81 billion, down from $97 billion at the end of the third quarter.[COLUMN_BREAK]While originations and applications slipped, net mortgage servicing rights (MSRs) results were $220 million, up from $142 million in the prior quarter. In the filing, the bank attributes the increase “”primarily to MSRs valuation adjustments made in the third quarter for increased servicing and foreclosure costs.”” The company’s residential mortgage servicing portfolio is an estimated $1.9 trillion.In addition, losses for mortgage loan repurchases dropped to $379 million from $462 million in Q3.Wells Fargo held onto its one- to four-family conforming loans in the fourth quarter instead of selling them, forgoing about $340 million of fee revenue, according to the company’s filing.The bank also recorded a $644 million pre-tax charge to reserve for payment of a settlement with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Reserve Board. Wells Fargo, “”along with nine other servicers””:http://www.dsnews.com/articles/ten-banks-reach-85m-deal-with-regulators-in-foreclosure-settlement-2013-01-07, entered into an $8.5 billion agreement with the agencies in early January in order to end the Independent Foreclosure Review and repay consumers. Wells Fargo’s portion of the cash settlement–in proportion with its share of serviced loans in the population set aside for review–is $766 million. The bank also committed an additional $1.2 billion to foreclosure prevention actions. With this settlement, Wells Fargo will no longer take any more costs associated with the foreclosure reviews, which had recently approximated $125 million per quarter, the bank said.””In addition to the benefit to our customers, we are very pleased to have put this legacy issue behind us and to have removed the future costs associated with independent foreclosure reviews,”” said bank chairman and CEO John Stumpf.center_img in Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Servicing Rights Profits Quarterly Earnings Service Providers Wells Fargo 2013-01-11 Tory Barringerlast_img read more

Fannie Maes Mortgage Portfolio Declines 145 Percent

first_img March 31, 2015 576 Views in Daily Dose, Headlines, Origination Share Fannie Mae’s gross mortgage portfolio contracted in February after a rare expansion in January, according to Fannie Mae’s February 2015 Monthly Volume Summary released Tuesday. The GSE’s Book of Business also declined in February, decreasing at a compound annualized rate of 0.1 percent.The gross mortgage portfolio declined at a compound annualized rate of 14.5 percent in February (down to $409 billion) after expanding at a rate of 3.5 percent in January. The portfolio has now contracted in 54 of the last 56 months dating back to June 2010. The only two months during that time the portfolio expanded were December 2012 and January 2015, according to Fannie Mae. In June 2010, the gross mortgage portfolio’s value was $818 billion.Fannie Mae’s total Book of Business, which includes the gross mortgage portfolio plus the total Fannie Mae mortgage-backed securities and other guarantees less the Fannie Mae mortgage-backed securities in the portfolio, decreased at a compound annualized rate of 0.1 percent in February, down to $3.1214 trillion. It was the second consecutive month of contraction for Fannie Mae’s Book of Business after expanding for three out of four months between September and December.The total value of Fannie Mae’s mortgage-backed securities and other guarantees for February was $2.805 trillion, a slight increase from January’s level of $2.802 trillion. The end balance of mortgage-backed securities in the portfolio as of February 28, 2015, was $93.4 billion, an increase from $95.6 billion in January.The single-family serious delinquency rate for Fannie Mae in February fell another three basis points down to 1.83 percent after dropping to a nine-year low of 1.86 percent in January. Fannie Mae’s single-family serious delinquency rate has declined every quarter since the first quarter of 2010 due to a number of reasons that include foreclosure alternatives, home retention solutions, completed foreclosures, improved loan payment performance, and acquisitions of loans with stronger credit profiles. According to Fannie Mae, loans acquired since 2009 (after the housing bubble burst) have stronger credit profiles – and those loans make up 81 percent of the loans in Fannie Mae’s portfolio.Meanwhile, Fannie Mae completed 8,472 loan modifications in February, down slightly from the 8,746 loan mods the GSE completed in January. For the full year of 2014, Fannie Mae completed 122,823 loan mods, an average of 10,235 per month.center_img Fannie Mae Monthly Volume Survey mortgage portfolio Mortgage-Backed Securities 2015-03-31 Seth Welborn Fannie Mae’s Mortgage Portfolio Declines 14.5 Percentlast_img read more

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