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Cabinet approves extension of PMKISAN scheme to all farmers

first_imgNew Delhi: Fulfilling its poll promise, the Modi 2.0 government approved a proposal to extend the benefit of Rs 6,000 per year under the PM-KISAN scheme to all farmers in the country. The decision was taken in the first Cabinet meeting of the new NDA government, which came back to power, winning over 350 seats. In its manifesto for 2019 general elections, the BJP had promised to extend the scheme to all farmers. A highly placed source said, “The Cabinet today approved extension of the PM-KISAN scheme to all farmers”. Also Read – Dussehra with a ‘green’ twist The Rs 75,000 crore Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Siddhi (PMKSS) was announced in the interim budget, under which the government decided to provide Rs 6,000 per year (in three equal installments) to an estimated 12 crore small and marginal farmers holding land up to 2 hectares. Already, 3.11 crore small farmers have so far received the first tranche of Rs 2,000 each under the PM-Kisan scheme and 2.75 crore peasants have got the second instalment as well, as per the official data.last_img read more

The Latest Candidates facing sex assault allegations wont be allowed to run

first_imgTORONTO – The latest on developments related to Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives, whose former president faces sex assault allegations (all times local):1 p.m.Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says any candidate for his party would not be allowed to run if they were facing allegations of sexual assault.Scheer says he can’t comment on a decision by party officials during the 2015 campaign to allow Ontario MP Rick Dykstra to remain on the ballot despite knowing he had been accused of sexual assault.A report by Maclean’s magazine claims the party was aware of an allegation of sexual assault against Dykstra.Dykstra lost his seat in the election and became president of the Ontario Progressive Conservative party, a position from which he resigned over the weekend just hours before the Maclean’s story was published.———12:05 p.m.Former Toronto city councillor Doug Ford says he’s joining the race to succeed Patrick Brown as the leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives.Brown resigned last week, just hours after two women accused him of sexual misconduct — allegations he emphatically called false.Ford is the brother of notorious former Toronto mayor Rob Ford, who died in 2016.Doug Ford says he intends on running a positive campaign and will give a voice to hardworking people in the province.____11:30 a.m.Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives have appointed a new president after the abrupt resignation of former party chief Rick Dykstra.Jag Badwal, a long time PC party activist, has been named party president after Dykstra resigned Sunday night, hours before Maclean’s magazine reported allegations of sexual assault against him related to a 2014 incident. The allegations have not been verified by The Canadian Press.Badwal announced via social media that he had assumed the post.He did not mention the turmoil that brought him to the job, focusing instead on the coming spring election.Before Dykstra’s resignation, Badwal served as the party’s first-vice president, one of the top jobs on the party’s executive.Dykstra has not responded to requests for comment on the allegations reported by Maclean’s. The magazine reported he was accused of sexually assaulting a young Conservative staffer in 2014, when he was an MP.___last_img read more

Walmart wrestles with how to respond to active shooters

first_imgNEW YORK — Like most retailers, Walmart is accustomed to the everyday dealings of shoplifters. Now, it’s confronting a bigger threat: active shooters.Three days after a man opened fire at one of its stores in El Paso, Texas, and left at least 22 dead, the nation’s largest retailer is faced with how to make its workers and customers feel safe.The discounter has long dealt with violent crimes at its stores across the country, including one that took place less than a week ago in Mississippi where a disgruntled employee killed two co-workers and wounded a police officer. In early November 2017, three customers were killed at a Walmart in Colorado in a random shooting by a lone gunman.The El Paso store shooting, however, was the deadliest in the company’s history, Walmart spokesman Randy Hargrove confirmed. No workers were killed but two are recovering from injuries.“No retailer is immune to a violent act,” Hargrove said. “That’s why we take training so seriously.”Robert Moraca, vice-president for loss prevention at the National Retail Federation, said he’s fielded lots of calls from retailers around the country over the weekend, many of whom just wanted to go over their security protocols.“We naturally have a heightened security awareness,” he said. He noted that most retailers have active shooting training programs for workers so there’s not “a lot of knee jerk reactions.”Walmart launched computer-based active shooter training in 2015 for all its employees and then in 2017, it made its workers take it on a quarterly instead of annual basis. Last month, Walmart started incorporating virtual reality technology in its active shooter training.The training focuses on three pillars: avoid the danger, keep your distance and lastly, defend.In store locations with high crime, Walmart has off-duty policemen who patrol the parking lots. It also uses a wide variety of technology including towers that have surveillance cameras in its parking lots, Hargrove said.But most of its efforts are focused on curbing shoplifting, including putting more unarmed greeters at the door. Hargrove noted that like with any catastrophic event, Walmart is reviewing its protocols.Melissa Love, a 26-year-old store associate in Long Beach, California, said Walmart’s active shooter training is inadequate and does not make her feel prepared. She said employees essentially watch a video and there is no chance to practice.“It’s kind of boring to be honest. It wasn’t like you were going to learn anything,” said Love, who has worked at Walmart for three years. “It’s like, oh, we have to do this again, and nobody takes it seriously enough. You wouldn’t know what to do if it actually happens.”Jesus M. Villahermosa, Jr., who leads a security consulting firm, says there’s not much that retailers can do to stop the next active shooter. But he noted that retailers make the mistake of doing their active training on computers.“You don’t give people a chance to ask questions,” he said.In the end, however, he says it’s not the responsibility of a retailer like Walmart to save people’s lives.“You need to have your own plan,” he said. “You don’t need to be paranoid; you just need to be prepared.”One Walmart employee in El Paso said she had worked for years at the store where the shooting occurred but now works at another store nearby. The employee, who spoke on condition that only her first name, Gabby, be used because the company has discouraged people from speaking publicly about the shooting, said she drove to work on the day of the shooting but spent four hours trying to cross the border back to her home in Ciudad Juarez because of heightened security.“I am always prepared that the Lord will take me when and how he decides to, but I am afraid for the people who love me if something were to happen to me at work,” she said.____Retail Writer Alexandra Olson in New York contributed to this report.Anne D’Innocenzio, The Associated Presslast_img read more

The Royal Ontario Museum Receives Landmark 5 Million Gift from Entrepreneur and

first_imgTORONTO, April 27, 2017  – The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is pleased to announce it has received a gift of $5 million from entrepreneur and philanthropist Dan Mishra, which represents the largest donation to the Museum’s South Asian section. With this landmark gift, the Dan Mishra South Asian Initiative establishes a newly endowed curatorial position and sustainable funding for exhibitions, public engagement, research, and learning activities that will support and enhance the Museum’s commitment to South Asian art and culture.Dan Mishra, who came to Canada from India as a student in 1969, has chosen to make the full donation this year. He sees the donation as “an opportunity to give back” to his adopted home. “Throughout its long history, South Asian art and culture has had an important influence on shaping our modern world,” says Mr. Mishra. “I am thrilled to support the ROM’s commitment to bringing a greater public understanding and appreciation of South Asian culture, and broadening the institution’s stewardship and expertise in this area.”With 10,000 objects that encompass over 5,000 years, the ROM’s South Asian collection is one of the foremost in the Western world. The new curatorship and funding will allow the Museum to expand its current presentation of South Asian artifacts to more fully represent the diverse range of the region’s visual culture, develop thought-provoking exhibitions, public programs and learning activities—and engage in outreach within and beyond the South Asian communities. Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Login/Register With: “We are extraordinarily grateful to Dan Mishra for his visionary gift, which will have a lasting impact on the Museum and future generations of ROM visitors,” says Josh Basseches, ROM Director and CEO. “The Dan Mishra South Asian Initiative represents a transformational opportunity to enhance the Museum’s research, exhibitions, public engagement, and learning activities. Through Dan’s generosity, the ROM will have the resources to build on its global reputation as a leading centre of scholarship in South Asian art and culture. As we celebrate Canada’s 150th year, I can think of no better gift than one that deepens the ties within the culturally diverse mosaic that defines Canada.”The new Dan Mishra Curatorship of South Asian Art & Culture will be held by Dr. Deepali Dewan, ROM’s Senior Curator, Department of World Cultures. Says Dr. Dewan: “Establishing a South Asian curatorial position that will continue in perpetuity highlights the Museum’s commitment to this cultural area, and enables one of North America’s leading museums to develop an ambitious and sustainable range of programming, research and educational activities around South Asian art and culture that reinforces the ROM’s position as a destination for visitors, researchers, academics and learners from around the world.”Funding for the Dan Mishra Curatorship of South Asian Art & Culture was generously matched by the Louise Hawley Stone Charitable Trust. The ROM and the ROM Governors thank Gary Weddel and Lisa Saunders, Trustees of the Louise Hawley Stone Charitable Trust, for their ongoing support of the Museum.Almost 20 years ago, families, individuals and organizations from the South Asian community came together to help the ROM create the Sir Christopher Ondaatje South Asian Gallery, Canada’s first—and still only— permanent gallery of South Asian art. Their contributions also made it possible to partially endow the first Curatorship of South Asian Art & Culture, establish an acquisition program and endow the Ancient Echoes/Modern Voices Programs Fund..About Dan MishraFor more than 30 years, Dan Mishra has built successful companies that help North America’s leading public and private sector companies achieve their most important business goals. As CEO, Dan has been the driving force behind CSDC Systems, propelling the North-America-based company to become a recognized leader of a world-class software platform (AMANDA), that help governments engage their citizens.In addition to establishing a thriving international company, Dan’s accomplishments include: introducing Smart Governance Systems to emerging countries in Asia and Africa, establishing a Young Entrepreneur Award for aspiring young students, investing in businesses led by young entrepreneurs, speaking and teaching management skills to business people.Because of his passion and foresight, Dan is regarded by leaders in the public and private sectors as an approachable visionary and successful entrepreneur. Dan is a philanthropist as well as a Kriya Yoga Master.About Dr. Deepali DewanAn art historian with a special interest in the visual cultures of South Asia, Dr. Deepali Dewan is the Dan Mishra Curator of South Asian Art & Culture in the ROM’s Department of World Cultures; Associate Professor in the Department of Art at the University of Toronto; affiliated with the Centre for South Asian Studies; and is part of the Toronto Photography Seminar, a group of scholars from Ontario institutions who read, produce, and edit collaborative research on the history and theory of photography.Dewan’s research, which has been presented in publications and exhibitions, encompasses 19th and 20th-century visual culture of South Asia and the South Asian diaspora. She is the author of Raja Deen Dayal: Artist-Photographer in 19th-Century India (2013, co-authored with Deborah Hutton), Embellished Reality: Indian Painted Photographs (2012), and the editor of Bollywood Cinema Showcards: Indian Film Art from the 1950s to the 1980s (2011). She is one of the curators of the upcoming ROM original exhibition The Family Camera.Previously, Dr. Dewan worked at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis and The Asia Society, New York City. She has received fellowships from the Social Science Research Council, the American Institute of Indian Studies, the College Art Association, the MacArthur Program/Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change at the University of Minnesota, the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.ABOUT THE ROMOpened in 1914, the ROM showcases art, culture, and nature across time and around the globe. Among North America’s most renowned museums, the ROM is Canada’s largest with the dual mandate of natural history and world cultures. The Renaissance ROM expansion project (2007) preserved the best of the Museum’s beautiful historic architecture while merging its iconic heritage building with the Studio Daniel Libeskind-designed Michael Lee-Chin Crystal. The ROM is the country’s largest field research institution and an international leader in areas encompassing the visual arts, material culture and archaeology, biodiversity, palaeontology, and earth sciences — originating new information towards a global understanding of historical and modern change in the natural and cultural worlds. For tickets and 24-hour information in English and French, visit or call 416.586.8000. For Membership enquiries, please call 416.586.5700. Facebook Advertisementlast_img read more

Turkish diplomat named new UN special envoy for assistance to Pakistan

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today appointed Turkish diplomat Rauf Engin Soysal as the new United Nations Special Envoy for Assistance to Pakistan, replacing Jean Maurice Ripert of France, who has served in the post since last August. Mr. Ban created the special envoy position last year to help the Government and the international community to respond to needs in the wake of Pakistan’s displacement crisis, which at its peak had forced over 2 million people from their homes in the country’s north-west. He thanked Mr. Ripert for the important contribution he made over the past year in mobilizing assistance to internally displaced persons (IDPs) and the emergency phase of the recent flood crisis. Mr. Soysal, who is currently Deputy Undersecretary for Bilateral Political Affairs responsible for the Middle East, South Asia and Africa, brings with him extensive experience in bilateral and multilateral diplomacy and in-depth knowledge of the region, according to a press statement accompanying the announcement.He is also Turkey’s representative on the group of Special Representatives (SRAP) for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and served as Ambassador to Pakistan between January 2007 and July 2009. UN agencies and their partners earlier this month launched their largest-ever natural disaster appeal, seeking more than $2 billion to provide assistance for up to 14 million people affected by the floods in Pakistan over a 12-month period. 27 September 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today appointed Turkish diplomat Rauf Engin Soysal as the new United Nations Special Envoy for Assistance to Pakistan, replacing Jean Maurice Ripert of France, who has served in the post since last August. read more

Deputy UN chief emphasizes importance of rule of law for just and

12 October 2010The strengthening of the rule of law among Member States is key to realizing the United Nations ideal of a just, secure and peaceful world, Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro said today, stressing that respect of the law is also crucial for poverty reduction initiatives to succeed. The rule of law is “linked to peacebuilding and peacekeeping, accountability for gross violations of human rights, and combating organized crime and terrorism. It is also integrally tied to global governance,” Ms. Migiro said in a speech to a meeting of the General Assembly’s Sixth Committee, which deals with legal issues. She stressed that the international community must make efforts to strengthen national capacities to combat impunity.“I encourage those Member States that have not done so, to accede to major international instruments, including two that will mark important anniversaries in 2011; the 1951 Convention on the Status of Refugees and the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness,” Ms. Migiro said.She said the implementation of international norms at the national level remains a critical challenge, welcoming the Committee’s decision to have a subtopic focusing on the laws and practices of Member States in implementing international law.Ms. Migiro noted that this year’s report of the Secretary-General on strengthening and coordinating UN rule of law activities contributes to the debate by sharing the experiences of UN mechanisms and approaches, such as model laws, peer reviews, and treaty-based periodic reviews that have positively affected implementation by Member States.“These experiences show that Member States are assisted in their domestic implementation of standards by increasing linkages between monitoring and review mechanisms, and by targeted capacity-building and technical assistance,” she said.The Deputy Secretary-General pointed out that the UN assists national authorities in more than 125 countries in all regions and in all contexts, from conflict prevention to peacekeeping and development.She said the overall trend is towards joint and comprehensive rule of law initiatives by key operational UN entities, particularly in conflict and post-conflict States.“Still, the financial resources allocated for strengthening the rule of law have fallen short, especially when compared to statements by Member States about the importance they attach to this issue.“More needs to be done to enable the Organization to better recruit, train, and retain high-quality personnel and deploy them in a rapid, consistent and predictable manner,” she added. read more

Grenade found near highway

A grenade was found near the Southern Highway today, the police media unit said.The grenade was found close to the 32.2km mile post near Gelanigama by men clearing grass, the police said. The bomb disposal squad of the police Special Task Force defused the grenade.Investigations are now underway. (Colombo Gazette)

Two kids found hanging

Two children were found dead, hanging by the neck in Ruwanwella, Morathota this morning.The police said that the victims were aged 16 and 14 years old. According to the police the 16 year old boy was found hanging from a tree while the 14 year old girl was found hanging inside a house near the tree.Initial investigations revealed that the both teens committed suicide over a failed love affair. Further investigations are underway. (Colombo Gazette)

Security situation in TimorLeste quiet UN police chief says

Sandra Peisley, the newly appointed Police Commissioner for the UN Mission of Support in East Timor (UNMISET), told a press briefing at UN Headquarters in New York that there had not been any similar incidents to the ones experienced in December 2002 and January 2003. At that time, UN peacekeepers and police were called in to restore order in the capital, Dili, following a violent demonstration involving more than 600 people that left one student dead, a Timorese parliamentarian injured and several government building damaged. Seven suspects were arrested in the burning of the house of Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri while 10 others were apprehended for looting.She noted that compared to other countries, Timor-Leste had a low crime rate, with some 80 per cent of the offences occurring in Dili. The majority of the operational side of policing work in Timor-Leste focused on crimes such as assault, domestic violence and traffic violations, she added.Describing the UN police’s role in Timor-Leste and her focus as Commissioner, Ms. Peisley, who assumed her duties on 23 June, said the world body had a two-pronged role: both an operational responsibility for law enforcement as well as a responsibility for the development of the local police service.In terms of development, UN police focused on training and providing advice and assistance to the Timor-Leste force. Both formal training, at a police college and operational “on the job” training, were provided.Ms. Peisley said her personal focus as Commissioner had been to look at the current infrastructure of the Timor-Leste police service, specifically what further work needed to be done to generate a solid middle management capability within the service. She would also work to ensure that the police service was not only professional, but also open, transparent and accountable. read more

Intels X79 chipset details leak

first_imgIt looks as though Intel‘s next major chipset update has been leaked with managing to obtain a couple of slides mapping out the spec.The new X79 chipset is expected to appear in Q4 of 2011 along with a new range of 4- and 6-core 32nm Sandy Bridge processors. These are referred to as Sandy Bridge – E (Enthusiast) or SNB-E and LGA2011. As the chipset is meant for the high-end enthusiast class of PC builders there is on-board support for overclocking which everyone will wlecome.AdChoices广告Motherboards carrying the X79 are expected to have a 32 lane PCI-E bandwidth allowing for 2x 16 lane and 4x 8 lane setups for graphics. Quad channel memory controllers are also thought to be included.As for on-board connectivity, there’s 14 SATA ports with 10 supporting 6Gbps and 8 supporting serial attached SCSI. Matching the SATA ports there will also be 14 USB 2.0 ports, but no mention of USB 3.0 yet as Intel delayed the introduction of a USB 3.0 chipset until 2012. Therefore it will be up to motherboard manufacturers to select a chipset for the now mandatory USB 3.0 ports we all want.While the slides suggest a release before the end of 2011, we expect it’s going to be 2012 before the X79 appears. And even if it did arrive before the new year, investing in a new 6-core Sandy Bridge enthusiast-class processor and high-end motherboard is going to cost a lot more than most PC builders are willing to pay. Realistically, most of us will be investing in X79 later in 2012.Read more at, via and bit-techlast_img read more

People on the Move 110509

first_imgHearst’s Food Network Magazine announced several new positions: Erin Hickey was named marketing director; Amanda Thornquist, Audrey Clark and Kristen Prinzo were appointed integrated marketing managers; and Maria Viqar was named senior marketing designer. Kerri Fallon was promoted to associate publisher of marketing at Rodale’s Prevention magazine. Fallon previously served as executive marketing director.Essence announced three additions to its fashion editorial team: Marielle Bobo was named senior fashion editor, Zandile Blay was appointed fashion editor for and celebrity model Toccara was named a contributing style editor.American Media Inc. is relocating Muscle & Fitness magazine from California to New York. In associated with the move, AMI named Seth Kelly editor-in-chief of the magazine as well as editorial director of Flex and Muscle & Fitness Hers. Previously, Kelly served as editor of UFC, a magazine AMI launched last year in partnership with Ultimate Fighting Championship. Allan Donnelley will continue to serve as editor-in-chief of Flex and Muscle & Fitness Hers.Liz Schimel was named executive vice president of consumer relationship management and digital media at Meredith Corp.’s National Media Group. Most recently, Shimel served as global head of music and connected entertainment at Nokia.F+W Media appointed two new members of the company’s executive committee: e-commerce director Kathleen Blackwelder and Kate Rados, who also was promoted to group marketing director.The New Republic added two editors to its Web team: Seyward Darby and Barron YoungSmith were named deputy editors of In association, literary editor Chloë Schama will replace Darby as assistant managing editor and Laura Bennett was named assistant literary editor.Questex Media appointed David Zwang conference chair for its Publishing Xchange event. Zwang is the principal consultant of Zwang & Company, a firm specializing in process analysis and strategic development in e-publishing, design, pre-media and printing.Complex Media announced three personnel additions: Orlando Lima was named managing editor of Complex magazine and, Ronen Shapiro was appointed Northeast director of spirits and automotive sales and David Sauter was brought on as a consultant (he founded DASh Media Sales). In enacting the second phase of its new organizational plan, Cygnus Business Media has made a number of staffing changes: construction network brand manager Kris Flitcroft was appointed head of the Construction affinity group; Eric Kammerzelt was promoted to vice president of technology, Paul Caplan was named senior vice president of digital revenues, data integration manager Jacob Bare was promoted to director of digital intelligence, Sharon Wright was named director of digital operations and Robert Brice was named senior vice president of Cygnus Expositions.The Wall Street Journal named Anthony Cenname publisher of WSJ. magazine, replacing Sophie Raptis, who was named European sales director for the Journal. Most recently, Cenname served as vice president/advertising director at Travel + Leisure.The Publishing Group of America announced a pair of personnel additions: Debi Leibovitz was appointed vice president of digital advertising and Nanci Davidson was named Midwest director of sales.American Express Publishing promoted Jordana Pransky to vice president and associate publisher of Travel + Leisure. Previously, Pransky served as vice president and advertising director.last_img read more

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first_imgFacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D. Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more News | Radiology Imaging | July 22, 2019 AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Support the 12th Annual Putting Patients First Program For the past twelve years, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. has partnered with read more Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems Related Content Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more Blog | Sean Reilly, ITN Publisher | July 03, 2012 But What Do They Really Think? center_img Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Sean Reilly, ITN Publisher Sean Reilly is healthcare brands group publisher (Imaging Technology News and Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology) at Scranton Gillette Communications. It has been interesting to monitor news outlets and social media since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was constitutional.Extremists on both sides excluded, it appears many healthcare providers, associations and the like have made public statements in support of ACA’s promise of affordable healthcare access for all Americans. But how could they not? For the most part, responses have been swift but measured “politically-correct-speak.”Behind the scenes, however, there are many, very real concerns about the ACA and what its true cost is going to be. How will ACA impact the economy, businesses and taxpayers (and yes, it IS a tax, folks). Further, how will the ACA impact the U.S. healthcare system, those who provide care and those who develop leading-edge technology?Make no mistake about it; the real story has yet to be told. Fasten your seat belts and stay tuned. Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more Video Player is loading.Sudhen Desai explains how deep learning might assist pediatric imagingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 8:21Loaded: 1.95%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -8:21 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff.  Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. 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Grave of assassinated Burkina Faso leader exhumed

first_img Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Sponsored Stories Sankara was believed to have been buried along with 12 others, though some have questioned whether the remains in the exhumed grave are in fact his. Medical experts from Burkina Faso and France are overseeing the exhumation and will conduct DNA tests to identify the bodies.Experts are expected to be able to also determine what kind of bullets killed Sankara and how many hit him, according to family lawyer Benewinde Sankara, who is not related to the slain leader.The lawyer confirmed that human remains were exhumed Tuesday and that the bodies had been buried in the soil without caskets. The first remains were found at a depth of 45 centimeters (1 Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of The vital role family plays in society New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Comments   Share   Top Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Security forces, top, keep watch near the Dagnoen Cemetery, as the graves of thirteen people including Burkina Faso revolutionary leader Thomas Sankara, are exhumed on the outskirts of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Monday, May 25, 2015. Sankara, a widely admired figure across Africa, was killed along with 12 others under unclear circumstances in the 1987 coup that brought his former best friend Blaise Compaore to power. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut) Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso (AP) — Authorities exhumed human remains Tuesday from the purported grave of Burkina Faso’s assassinated leader, nearly three decades after the Marxist revolutionary was killed during a coup in this West African country.The family of slain President Thomas Sankara is seeking more answers about his death now that the man who overthrew Sankara back in 1987 has himself been ousted from power. 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Centerlast_img read more

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first_img RelatedWorld’s 7 best rugby stadiums you have to visitGet set for the Rugby World Cup with our world tour of where to see rugby at its very best.Top 8 places to eat and drink in Leeds for rugby fansWe give the lowdown on the best places to soak up some Rugby World Cup atmosphere in Leeds.Top 10 places to eat and drink in Cardiff for rugby fansTravelling to Cardiff for the 2015 Rugby World Cup? Take note of our top tips on where to eat and drink in the Welsh capital. 5. The Duck and WaffleDefinitely towards the high end of your budget, The Duck and Waffle at the Heron Tower is nevertheless not to be missed – even if it is just for a coffee. Make sure your dining companion is fully prepared for a lapse in your conversational skills as you tuck into their eponymous waffle topped with confit duck and a fried duck egg. There’s also the jaw-dropping panoramic views of the capital from the 40th floor. They’re not too shabby either. The Cabbage PatchPerhaps needing no further introduction, The Cabbage Patch, a dropkick from the turnstiles of Twickenham Stadium, is perhaps the most famous rugby pub in London. With walls adorned with rugby memorabilia and the odd sporting legend supping a pint, you’ll be in good company for pre or post-match drinks. Being so close to Twickenham Station and the stadium, it’s always heaving on match days, but you’ll surely not go thirsty with their six bars in and outside the pub in full flow.7. Flat Iron SteakBohemian Soho is the beating heart of London’s entertainment scene and has been since the swinging sixties. Whether it’s to meet folk for post-work cocktails or grabbing a bite to eat, there’s so much choice in the Soho quarter people are often left stratching their head. To make it easier, why not try Flat Iron Steak on Denmark Street for a steak as lean and meaty as Sébastian Chabal’s biceps? You get individual meat cleavers instead of steak knives. I think that says it all. TonkotsuServing up lip-smacking noodles filled with the promise of “porky goodness”, Tonkotsu is the latest London success story with a rapid expansion around the city. Offering ramen dishes inspired by the typical fare of Kyushu in Japan which don’t break the bank, it’s little wonder that it was named ‘Best Cheap Eats’ in 2013 by The Observer Food Monthly. The noodles in your bowl are even made on site. So what are you waiting for? Chop, chop. The Water PoetTucked down the backstreets of Spitalfields, The Water Poet is by far one of the best East End boozers. With good hearty pub grub and fine craft ales on offer, as well as one of the best beer gardens around, it’s easy to appreciate why so many have settled on this as one of their prefered watering holes. Prawn on the LawnDualling as a fishmonger and a basement seafood restaurant, Prawn on the Lawn’s speciality is tapas-style fish dishes. Forget throwing it on the barbie; eating oysters and langoustines beneath the pavements of Islington is where its at for the seafood-savvy Londoner, like Jen McClure who says this is one of her favourite places for Fruits de Mer north of the Thames. to get thereTwickenham, Wembley Stadium and the Olympic Stadium are well-served by London’s tube system, bus network and rail links. To work out the best way of getting to the venue, use the Transport for London journey planner. 4. Turk’s HeadA second home to England fans, the Turk’s Head in Twickenham is the place to be before an international to soak up the pre-match atmosphere and enjoy some banter with the visiting fans. It also had a starring role in the 1964 Beatles film A Hard Day’s Night as the pub in which Ringo Starr can be seen downing a pint. To continue the music theme, head back to the Turk’s Head post-match for live music from local talent and a few more scoops. London is one of those cities where you’ll never, ever be done exploring. Ever. We could fill a hundred blogs over with recommendations – and believe me, we’ll certainly try. For visitors to the capital for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, we do have some places up our sleeve that will make your stay for the rugger more than memorable.From the first kick on 18th September, the hallowed ground of Twickenham will be the epicentre of all the sporting action, hosting some of the Pool A matches, the quarter and semi-final ties, and, of course, the final on 31st October. There will be matches played at both the ultra-modern Wembley Stadium in north London and the Olympic Stadium in the East End throughout the tournament.London – like any capital city – can be expensive at times but fear not. We have some inspired tips and recommendations on where to get a bite to eat and a shandy or two across the city regardless of your budget.Find flights to London1. Honest BurgersStarting off in humble beginnings in Brixton Village in 2011, Tom and Phil – the dynamic duo that are the brains behind Honest Burgers – are taking London by storm one restaurant at a time. Their mantra? To do a few things and do them well. It’s certainly worked wonders for them, with Londoners lapping up their quality burgers at nine city locations. If not for a burger, drop by their Clapham joint for the breakfast of kings to set you up for the big match day. Walkabout TempleFor neutral ground to enjoy the match day buzz and and cheap food and drink, Jamie Duncan, a winger on the Kings College London rugby team, thinks there’s fewer places in the city better for rugby fans than Aussie sportsbar Walkabout Temple. It’s also a stone’s throw from the Victoria Embankment, where you’ll be able to enjoy a sweeping view of the Thames and such famous landmarks as Big Ben and the London Eye.For inspiration on what to do when you’re not at the rugby, click the image below to read our top 10 things to do in London.center_img 3. King Edward VIIThis Victorian pub – one of the best in Stratford – is a bit like stepping inside a timecapsule. With its wooden-panelled walls, ox-blood leather chairs, wooden benches and tungsten light bulbs, you get a sense of the East End of old. Formerly known as the King of Prussia, the pub’s name was changed at the outbreak of the Great War in 1914 to something a little more patriotic. Nowadays, King Eddie’s is a grand old watering hole and just a 12-minute walk from the Olympic Stadium. Where to stayNeed somewhere to rest your head during the Rugby World Cup? Find a hotel in London.Find hotels in LondonGoing to any other games this Rugby World Cup? Check out our handy guides to some of the host cities:10 places for post-match munch in Milton KeynesGo ‘out out’ in MK after the match and see a different side to the Buckinghamshire ‘burb.Top 10 places to eat and drink in Manchester Check out our Top 10 pick of places to eat and drink in the city of Oasis and Manchester United – ideal for 2015 Rugby World Cup visitors.Leeds: where to eat and drink for during the RWCWe give the lowdown on the best places to soak up some Rugby World Cup atmosphere in Leeds.Top 10 places to eat and drink in Cardiff for rugby fans Travelling to Cardiff for the 2015 Rugby World Cup? 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first_imgTHE union of adjunct doctoral teaching and research staff (Dede) at the University of Cyprus (UCy) announced on Friday its members will go on a 48-hour strike on January 22 to demand improvement in their terms of employment.Dede represents adjunct lecturers and research staff and post-doctoral researchers at the UCy who are not full members of the faculty and are not on track for tenure. They make up one third of the university’s teachers and researchers.The head of the union, Lambros Lambrianou, said that all of its members will participate in the strike and that this will affect classes.The call to strike came after consultations with the university’s management over improving their terms of employment fell through he said.Dede demands 10-month contracts instead of the two three-month ones given to its members each year, health insurance, maternity leave, employer’s contribution to the social security fund, and a lift of the pay cuts introduced in 2013 and 2015.They also want the right to be represented in the university’s collective bodies, “a right provided both to students and the permanent teaching and administrative staff”.Lifting a recent restriction which stipulates that adjunct teaching staff can only work six semesters within five years is another demand.“It means someone works full three years, but then they have to wait for two years before being allowed to apply for another post at the university again,” Lambrianou told the Cyprus Mail.He added that this translates into unemployment for many of them but would also force them to leave the country in search of employment, or to change profession.“We hope that this strike becomes the reason the university’s management enters into a dialogue in good faith,” Lambrianou said.This strike is a warning, the union said, adding that industrial action would escalate if university management failed to comply with any commitments.“Securing decent working conditions for young scientists is a guarantee for improving and broadening the research and teaching framework and halts the flight of qualified scientists abroad,” it said.The Rector of UCy, Constantinos Christofides, said the university is already making arrangements to make sure that no classes will be affected during the two days of the strike. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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