2 held with 52 illegal firearms in Rohini

first_imgNew Delhi: Delhi Police Special Cell arrested two persons with 52 illegal firearms in Sector-15, Rohini, police said on Wednesday.Police identified the accused Amarikan (25) and Sheetal Singh (22) both from Badwani in Madhya Pradesh. The duo was arrested after a brief chase on March 31 in Sector-15, Rohini. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Sanjeev Kumar Yadav said that accused are indulged in manufacturing and supplying of illegal firearms for more than 10 years. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAccused Amarikan disclosed that he himself used to send the consignments of illegal firearms to Delhi, UP, MP, Maharashtra. “Amarikan and Sheetal Singh have the expertise to prepare any weapon including sophisticated pistols. They sell these pistols in bulk. Pistols supplied by them in Delhi/NCR finally reaches to dreaded criminals/gangsters of Delhi and adjoining states,” said DCP Yadav. DCP further said that this is their ancestral profession, probably more than 80 years old, which they continued for want of livelihood. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsMost of the village families are indulged in this illegal trade of manufacturing and supplying of firearms in various parts of the country including Delhi. Police said that the Special Cell of Delhi Police is persistently after the notorious arms syndicates active in Delhi/NCR areas. In this crusade, the discreet surveillance transpired that illegal weapons are pumped into Delhi mainly from the areas of Khargaon, Dhar & Burhanpur in M.P and from Munger in Bihar. Concerted efforts made so far, yielded in busting several interstate firearm syndicates in recent past too.last_img read more

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Agricultural commodity prices not likely to fall for some time says UN

The OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2011-2020 says that a good harvest in the coming months should push commodity prices down from the extreme levels seen earlier this year.Over the coming decade, however, real prices for cereals could average as much as 20 per cent higher and those for meats as much as 30 per cent higher, compared to 2001-10, FAO states in a news release, adding that these projections are well below the peak price levels experienced in 2007-08 and again this year. “In the current market context, price volatility could remain a feature of agricultural markets, and coherent policies are required to both reduce volatility and limit its negative impacts,” said FAO Director General Jacques Diouf. “The key solution to the problem will be boosting investment in agriculture and reinforcing rural development in developing countries, where 98 per cent of the hungry people live today and where population is expected to increase by 47 per cent over the next decades.”He added that efforts should focus in particular on smallholders in low-income food-deficit countries.The latest publication follows the release of FAO’s biannual Food Outlook earlier this month which said that global food prices are likely to remain high for the rest of this year and into 2012 due to dwindling stocks and only small production increases for the majority of crops.The OECD-FAO report sees global agricultural production growing more slowly over the next decade than in the past 10 years, with farm output expected to rise by 1.7 per cent annually, compared to the 2.6 per cent growth rate of the past decade.In addition, it states that per capita food consumption will expand most rapidly in Eastern Europe, Asia and Latin America, with demand increasing the highest for meat, dairy products, vegetable oils and sugar. Global production in the fisheries sector, which is covered by the report for the first time, is projected to increase by 1.3 per cent annually to 2020. 17 June 2011The international community will be facing higher food prices and volatility in commodity markets for some time, according to a new report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) that calls for greater investment in agriculture. read more

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Security Council bid to defer International Criminal Court cases of Kenyan leaders

Seven of the Council’s 15 members voted in favour of the draft resolution on the postponement of the trials of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto, while eight others abstained.Council resolutions need nine votes in favour and no vetoes by any of the five permanent members – China, France, Russia, United Kingdom and United States – to be approved.Today’s text would have requested the ICC, which is based in The Hague, to delay for one year the trials of Mr. Kenyatta and Mr. Ruto, who are accused of crimes against humanity and other offences allegedly committed following general elections in late 2007.More than 1,100 people were killed, 3,500 injured and up to 600,000 forcibly displaced in the violence that followed those polls. Backers of the draft resolution reportedly sought the deferral so that Mr. Kenyatta and Mr. Ruto can deal with the aftermath of the terrorist attack in September at a mall in Nairobi that left over 60 people dead. read more

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Amanda Kurtovic will join Viborg

One of the most talented young players, Norwegian right wing, Amanda Kurtovic (20)  has made it clear that she does not want to extend the contract with Larvik after this season. One of the most attractive young players in the Women’s handball will join Danish TOP team, Viborg HK from the next season.Kurtovic was a part of Norwegian squad, who won the Gold medal at the World Championship in Brasil last December. Amanda KurtovicLarvik handballNorwegian handballViborg HK ← Previous Story Gro Hammerseng became a Mother – Olympic Games still not in the plans Next Story → Filip Mirkulovski is banned for the “second place” battle in Plock!

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Austrian revenge on Iceland

National team of Austria got ready for the decisive clashes in the Play Off for the WCh 2015 next June against Norway. Austrians beat Iceland 36:27 (17:13) easily in the second clash of these teams during EHF week led by Mayer (7) and Santos (6).Iceland was better in the first match…  AustriaIceland ← Previous Story Krim Mercator without foreign players – Piedade stays in Brazil! Next Story → TICKET ALARM FOR WOMEN’S EHF CL F4 IN BUDAPEST!

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World female handball goalkeeper 2017

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Tánaiste presents Brian ODriscoll with framed picture of French heroics

first_imgBRIAN O’DRISCOLL WAS presented with a commemorative, framed picture to mark his service to Irish rugby by Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore in Paris this afternoon.The Irish rugby star, who will sign off from international rugby at Stade de France, tomorrow, met the Tánaiste in the team’s Paris hotel for the presentation. The picture included some words of thanks to O’Driscoll from the Irish Government and a picture of O’Driscoll waving the tricolour after his memorable hat-trick against France in 2000. O’Driscoll and Tánaiste Gilmore. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO This is the picture of O’Driscoll that features in his framed picture. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOFrench clash is about more than O’Driscoll’s farewell, say focused IrelandPaul O’Connell, Sean O’Brien and other rugby stars say #thankyoubrianlast_img read more

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Kingstons WiDrive expands storage for iOS devices wirelessly

first_imgKingston has announced a portable storage drive called the Wi-Drive that has been specifically designed to work with iOS devices to expand their ability to store music, videos and files. Best of all, media can be accessed wirelessly which gives the drive its name.The Wi-Drive works by allowing a PC or a Mac to upload files to the drive using the included mini-USB to USB cable. To access the media, iOS device owners will need to download an app from Apple’s App Store. Once the application is downloaded, users simply need to access their Wi-Fi settings to connect to the Wi-Drive before starting the application. It is through the application that users will be able to access music, videos and any other files on the hard drive without need of a wired connection.AdChoices广告The wireless connection allows for three users to connect simultaneously without streaming performance degradation and works over 802.11 b/g with security provided via a password. The Wi-Drive can even be configured to connect to a wireless access point as well as being compatible with the iPad, iPhone 3G (limited to iOS 4.1.1+) in addition to the iPhone 3GS/4 and iPod touch (3G and 4G).The Wi-Drive is small enough to fit in your pocket, but is also durable and reliable thanks to its Flash-based technology. The on-board battery is capable of four hours of continuous use and can be charged through the drive’s mini-USB port. Kingston will offer two models of the Wi-Drive with 16GB and 32GB of storage. They are expected to be available for purchase later this month, but no prices have been announced yet.The Wi-Drive was first demonstrated at CES in January where it was originally codenamed MobiSX. Android users who may feel left out needn’t worry as Kingston is planning Wi-Drive models for Android devices in the near future.Read more at the Kingston press release, via  The Registerlast_img read more

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Last San Diego roller skating rink faces closure

first_imgLast San Diego roller skating rink faces closure March 5, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Posted: March 5, 2019 KUSI Newsroom center_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – It could be the end of an era for thousands of people who love old school roller skating.That’s because the one and only skating rink in San Diego could be disappearing.Skateworld has been open for 45-years but the land is owned by the City of San Diego, and they just sold it to a developer. Updated: 12:29 PMlast_img read more

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Regional Green Magazine Sold to Founder

first_imgMonthly green business magazine Sustainable Industries has been sold to its publisher and co-founder, Brian BackUnder his newly-formed company—Sustainable Media, Inc.—Back purchased the regional b-to-b magazine from Portland, Oregon-based green media company Celilo Group Media, which publishes clean energy news magazine nwcurrent.com and the EcoMetro healthy lifestyle coupon books. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.“We’ve spent five years building a respected, independent magazine that is highly trusted by its core readers,” Back wrote in an e-mail to FOLIO:. “I believe in the talent and dedication of our team and we have a clear vision to make some strategic investments, expand our offerings and create new revenue.” Sustainable Industries was launched in February 2003 as a monthly business newsletter. Today, with a circulation of 13,000, the magazine covers green building, clean energy and technology, and green marketing. The acquisition also includes the magazine’s accompanying Web site and Sustainable Industries Economic Forum events.In 2007, Sustainable Industries won FOLIO:’s gold Eddie award for best single article in the B-to-B: Energy/Utilities/Engineering category.More on this topic EBITDA Media Acquires Stake in Sustainable Life Nielsen to Launch ‘Eco’ Digital Spinoff Quad/Graphics Receives ‘Green’ Certification for Headquarters Printer Goes Green Taunton Acquires Stake in Sustainable Design Publisher redirectJust In Editor & Publisher Magazine Sold to Digital Media Consultant The Atlantic Names New Global Marketing Head | People on the Move Shanker Out, Litterick In as CEO of EnsembleIQ The Atlantic Taps Creative Leadership | People on the Move PE Firm Acquires Majority Stake in Industry Dive Meredith Corp. Makes Digital-Side Promotions | People on the MovePowered bylast_img read more

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Seventeen Under Fire

first_imgSetting impossible standards for the everyday woman is a crime media is often accused of, be it magazines, television or movies. But on the other side, one has to wonder if those women demanding realistic depictions on glossy covers would continue to buy products if this came true: Fantasy is a large selling point for consumer magazines, whether readers realize it or not. Blaming Seventeen, Cosmo, Vogue etc. for creating impossible stereotypes strikes me as an oversimplification of a complex matter. Expecting corporate-produced products with ad page and circulation quotas to serve as moral compasses is as silly as expecting pop stars to behave as role models. As long as there has been celebrity culture, there have been women griping about the unobtainability of airbrushed perfection. The latest controversy is led by 14-year-old Julia Bluhm, whose online petition asking Hearst’s Seventeen to publish one Photoshop-free spread a month caught the attention of the nation. The petition on change.org now has over 49,400 signatures, and the crusade culminated in a protest outside Hearst Towers yesterday.In response to a request for comment, a Seventeen spokesperson emailed, “We’re proud of Julia for being so passionate about an issue – it’s exactly the kind of attitude we encourage in our readers – so we invited her to our office to meet with editor in chief Ann Shoket this morning. They had a great discussion, and we believe that Julia left understanding that Seventeen celebrates girls for being their authentic selves, and that’s how we present them. We feature real girls in our pages and there is no other magazine that highlights such a diversity of size, shape, skin tone and ethnicity.”One can only imagine the conversation between Shoket and Bluhm, and whether Bluhm felt as if her concerns were properly addressed. Regardless of Seventeen’s resolution, the rest of the industry is slowly addressing the “real women” controversy. Conde Nast International announced the 19 editors on its international Vogue editions will “not knowingly work with models under the age of 16 or who appear to have an eating disorder,” reports the Wall Street Journal. PEOPLE opened its “Most Beautiful” Issue to reader submissions; though only those between the age of 20 and 59 are eligible for consideration. Ladies’ Home Journal continues the trend of “real women” integration into its pages, with audience contribution featured in the majority of editorial content.last_img read more

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9 great reads from CNET this week

first_imgThis week, Lyft debuted on Wall Street, the European Union approved a controversial online copyright law and CNET continued our special coverage of facial recognition technology. But let’s be real, the news this week was dominated by Apple, which unveiled a new TV streaming service and more during a star-studded event on Monday. Here’re the stories you don’t want to miss. (And yes, Apple features prominently in the list below. There was really no way around it.) Apple’s big service push has iPhone written all over it Sure, Apple is into services now. But from Apple Card to TV Plus, everything is still tailored for its own phone. Screenshot by CNET Tingle all the way: ASMR videos chill you out one soap curl at a time ASMR videos are emerging from their corner of the internet as more people realize listening to them feels kinda good. Tingly, in fact. screen-shot-2019-03-25-at-7-26-34-pm.png CNET Why facial recognition’s racial bias problem is so hard to crack Good luck if you’re a woman or a darker-skinned person. DIGITIZED FACIAL RECOGNITION USING GRID WITH SPECIFIC FEMALE POINTS. Matthias Graben/Getty Images If you get Apple Card, you may never be able to leave the iPhoneA credit card that works on the iPhone alone will only make you more dependent on your iPhone. 2019-03-25-10-40-04 Screenshot by Jessica Dolcourt/CNET Jeff Bezos wants to take his fellow billionaires to space with Blue Origin Here’s what you need to know about the billionaire’s space plans, from ultra-expensive space flights to the exclusive conference for dragonfly robots. jeffbezospad.jpg Blue Origin Apple Arcade wants to become the Xbox and PlayStation of mobile gaming Apple has come up with a new way to play video games on our phones. But at what price? applearcade4 Screenshot by Clifford Colby/CNET Huawei P30 Pro camera tops Galaxy S10 Plus pictures in two ways Which phone takes the better pictures? We headed to the streets of Paris to find out. willow-tree-p30-pro Andrew Hoyle/CNET Facebook doesn’t waste time, it wastes attention spans. That’s worse Commentary: When I was growing up, my parents told me watching TV would ruin my attention span. Now I can’t even concentrate on TV long enough for it to do that. Popular Mobile Device Applications Getty Images Dog-proofing your car: How to keep your pups safe and secure Are the fur and claws and slobber doing a number on your interior? Here’re a few tips and products for keeping your car clean and your pups safe. dog car accessories Nick Miotke/Roadshow Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Blue Origin Facial recognition Space Facebook Huawei Apple Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it 0 See All Post a comment Tech Industry Apple Share your voice reading • 9 great reads from CNET this week • Tags Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy?last_img read more

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Thieves followup on previous robbery only to get arrested

first_imgPlaya del Carmen, Q.R. — Two people were arrested after fleeing in a stolen vehicle in the community of Real Ibiza in Playa del Carmen Thursday. The pair of thieves returned to the home and, using the garage door opener from the backpack four months earlier, stole the car inside the garage, however, the homeowner was in the house watching and called police. The pair were taken into custody after a police search led to their discovery when the homeowner saw them breaking into his garage. In January, the trunk of the homeowner’s vehicle was pried open while parked on CTM, the thieves taking off with a backpack that contained the homeowner’s identification as well as a garage door opener. center_img Municipal police patrols were quick to move into the area, and after a few minutes of searching, found the pair driving the stolen vehicle. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Global airlines see strongest growth in nine months IATA

first_img Posted by Wednesday, January 11, 2017 GENEVA — The latest figures from IATA show that global passenger traffic had the strongest demand growth in nine months in November 2016. Total revenue passenger kilometers rose 7.6% compared to November 2015. Capacity increased by 6.5%, and load factor rose 0.8 percentage points to 78.9%.“Stronger demand for air travel reflects – and is supporting – a pick-up in the global economic cycle,” said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO. “As the stimulus effect of lower oil prices recedes in the rear view mirror, the strength of the economic cycle will play a key role in the pace of demand growth in 2017.”November international passenger demand rose 8% compared to the year earlier, with airlines in all regions showing growth. Total capacity climbed 6.8%, and load factor edged up 0.9 percentage points to 77.1%.North American airlines’ traffic climbed 1.5% in November. Traffic across the Pacific is growing rapidly but North Atlantic demand is moderating, said IATA. Capacity rose 1.2% and load factors were up 0.2 percentage points to 78.7%. Global airlines see strongest growth in nine months: IATA Sharecenter_img Travelweek Group Tags: IATA, Trend Watch << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

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CFPB Study Says Consumers Can Benefit From eClosings

first_imgClick here to view the CFPB’s eClosing report. in Daily Dose, Data, Government, Headlines, News August 5, 2015 667 Views Consumer Financial Protection Bureau eClosing Efficiency Empowerment Understanding 2015-08-05 Staff Writer Borrowers that close their mortgage using an electronic platform typically have a greater understanding toward the process and are more efficient and empowered, compared to those that take the paper route.The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published a report Wednesday on its “Know Before You Owe” electronic closing (eClosing) project. The report determined that borrowers can benefit from electronic closings when wrapping up their mortgage closing process, the last step before consumers are contractually obligated to their loan.“While technology alone will not address all consumer concerns in the closing process, our study showed that eClosings do offer the potential to make the process less complex,” said Richard Cordray, CFPB director. “We expect this pilot project and its findings to help inform further innovation that will be a win-win for consumers and industry alike.”The CFPB conducted this new study of seven lenders and consumers who closed loans with these lenders following their April 2014 research that identified the major pain points within the closing process. This 2014 study found that consumers felt like they did not have enough time to review the documents, felt overwhelmed by the stack of complex paperwork, and complained about finding errors in the documents.According to the CFPB, eClosings were chosen as a solution to address some of these pain points. Electronic mortgage closings rely on technology for borrowers to view and sign closing documents. This could mean faster delivery of the documents and embedded links to help consumers understand specific terms as they come across them.The CFPB pointed out that although eClosings are happening in the market today, many companies are not adopting this practice. The CFPB believes that the eClosing process has “the potential to give consumers more time to review closing documents while also providing them with educational tools that can help them navigate the closing process more successfully.””Closing on a mortgage remains one of the most significant, yet stressful, times in the lives of consumers,” Director Cordray said. “However, this report offers promise that technology could be an important tool to break down a complex process into one that is easier to understand. We know that much work and further study lies ahead. We envision a world where most of the mortgage transaction is facilitated by technology, and where consumers have adequate time to review documents and access tools to help them break down the complexity of the process.”The CFPB’s eClosing study released today is the latest component of the CFPB’s “Know Before You Owe” mortgage initiative, which is designed to improve the home-buying experience for consumers and will take effect October 3, 2015.  The new regulation implements the use of two less complex documents: the Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure forms. The closing disclosure form offers a detailed accounting of the transaction and must be delivered to the borrower three days before closing.Key Findings: Better consumer understanding:  The study found a 7 percent positive difference in perceived understanding scores for borrowers using eClosings compared to borrowers using paper documents.A more efficient process: The study found a 17 percent positive difference in scores for borrowers using eClosings compared to borrowers using paper documents.Greater feelings of consumer empowerment: The study found a 15 percent positive difference in the scores for the eClosing borrowers compared to borrowers using paper documents.The study also found that consumers that reviewed their closing documents before the closing meeting had better measurements of empowerment, efficiency, and understanding. CFPB Study Says Consumers Can Benefit From eClosings Sharelast_img read more

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Theres a new luxury travel site in town – Bon Voy

first_imgThere’s a new luxury travel site in town – Bon Voyage – which aims to provide travellers with once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences at an affordable price, and is pitched at ‘all Australians’. Travel brands including Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises, Centara Grand Bangkok and Nikki Beach Resort Dubai are already on board.“With Bon Voyage we wanted to make luxury travel accessible to all Australians. All experiences have been handpicked by our team, bringing travellers five star experiences from the world’s best destinations,” said Jon Beros, Bon Voyage General Manager.Bon Voyage has enlisted model, businesswoman, and traveller Jennifer Hawkins as the brand ambassador. Bon Voyagelast_img

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Royal Highgate betting has licence suspended

first_imgThe National Betting Authority announced on Tuesday that it has suspended the operations licence of Royal Highgate Public Company Ltd for two months for non-compliance with its terms.In an announcement, the authority said Highgate “will not be able to provide betting services according to the 2012 law on betting as its licence has been suspended for two months”.The same applies for all establishments acting as authorised representatives of the company in question, the authority said.You May LikeMBA Degrees | Search AdsMBA Programs Online – See For YourselfMBA Degrees | Search AdsUndoDr. 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 SaversUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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