CM points finger at Centres policy over dearth of doctors in Bengal

first_imgKolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday blamed the Centre’s faulty policy for the dearth of doctors in the state.”We are creating mother and child hub, medical colleges and other medical facilities, but we are not getting enough doctors. This is because medical entrance has become an all-India exam and students from outside the state are going back to their home state. We need more students from the state or else it may emerge as a big problem,” Banerjee, who is also the Health minister, said in response to a query about the state of doctors in the state Assembly on Friday. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaBanerjee said that the department had advertised for hiring 820 doctors, to which only 105 responded. “101 doctors turned up for counseling, out of which 41 agreed to join and 39 joined ultimately. The doctors are refusing to go to the rural areas, which is also posing a problem,” she added. Minister of State for Health Chandrima Bhattacharjee said that the West Bengal Health Recruitment Board, that started functioning since April 2003, had recruited 33,855 health officials including doctors, nurses and paramedical staff. “The number of doctors recruited since 2011 is 6,100, while that for nurses is 15,454,” she added. Senior Health department officials believe that the Centre must Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwaytake some initiatives to simplify the norms of the Medical Council of India (MCI), the Centre-owned regulating body looking after various issues including the medical admissions. “New medical colleges have to take permission from the MCI for admitting students to undergraduate medical courses every year. MCI monitors if the medical colleges are fulfilling various parameters and if the minimum requisite infrastructure is available in the hospitals,” a Health department official said. Some senior officials believe that the MCI must keep in view the issues relating to the crisis of doctors in the hospitals, before recommending to the Centre about the cancellation of licence of a new medical college.last_img read more

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Amazon plans to open new distribution centre in Edmonton area hire 600

first_imgNISKU, Alta. — Online retail giant Amazon.com Inc. is opening a new distribution centre in Leduc County, just south of Edmonton, with plans to create 600 full-time jobs by 2020.The e-commerce company says the approximately 92,900-square-metre (one-million-square-foot) centre in Nisku, Alta., will be the company’s 11th distribution facility in Canada, and its second in Alberta.It already operates a similar facility in Rocky View County in southern Alberta, where it employs more than 1,500 full-time workers.Amazon’s other fulfillment facilities are located in British Columbia and Ontario.The Seattle-based company says workers at the new centre will be responsible for picking, packing and shipping larger items such as outdoor equipment, patio furniture and bicycles.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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UNchaired international group asks support for Somalia government

In a communiqué issued at the end of the two-day meeting of the 33-member International Contact Group on Somalia (ICG) in Rome, the body also condemned “the recent attempt by extremist armed opposition groups to overthrow the legal, legitimate and internationally recognised Somali Government.”Noting the financial and logistical contributions made to date by the international community, the Group, chaired by Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, appealed for these funds to be disbursed and used expeditiously to provide a boost to the capabilities of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).Today’s communiqué also welcomed “the commitment made by the Transitional Government of Somalia to achieve political stability in Somalia through an inclusive process,” urging the authorities to “complete the process of national reconciliation by reaching out to those who have yet to support and engage in the process.”At the ICG meeting yesterday, Mr. Ould-Abdallah said that “the time has come, and it is long overdue, to initiate a new approach to the crisis.”He noted that “billions of [United States] dollars have been spent for or in that country over the past 10 years. Still we have a crisis. This is not a good investment of your tax payers; money.”In the new approach he proposed, state institutions need to be restarted; the army and police should be rebuilt; the Central Bank needs to be helped; and “impunity must be addressed and human rights violators, including those who kill and kidnap journalists and aid workers, condemned.”Also yesterday, the UN refugee agency that thousands of families fled from the capital, Mogadishu, over the weekend to escape “some of the heaviest and bloodiest street battles” since violence erupted between Government forces and the opposition Al-Shabaab and Hisb-ul-Islam groups in early May. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimated that over 117,000 people have been displaced in recent weeks in the capital. 10 June 2009An international gathering on Somalia, chaired by the United Nations, wrapped up today with a call for stepped up support for the Horn of Africa nation, whose capital has been the scene of intense fighting in recent weeks. read more

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Australia destroys Sri Lankan asylum boat

The burning of asylum vessels is considered a routine procedure for the Australian Navy. The eighth boat to arrive in Australian waters in just four days is likely to suffer the same fate as previous vessels which had transported a total of 913 asylum seeks for July alone. A Customs spokeswoman defended the policy on the ground that lighting up the boat is more economical than repairing the vessel.The latest batch of Sri Lankan refugees intercepted 50 kilometres north of the Sri Lankan capital, is made up of 13 members of the majority Sinhala ethnic group and 54 minority Tamils. Their arrest brings to over 500 the number of Sri Lankans detained by authorities for illegally leaving the poor and civil war-torn south Asian nation.Despite the risks of being caught by Sri Lankan authorities or perishing during their journey, many continue to risk their lives in exchange for a glimpse of an expected better life in Australia. Over 1,300 Sri Lankans illegally reached the land down under since January 2012 using the dangerous asylum boats, according to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. (IB Times Australia) The issue of how to handle asylum seekers has divided the Australian Parliament, particularly where to process the asylum seekers. Customs removes any fuel on the vessels before the Navy torches it to ensure it would not pollute the seas.However, the boat burning policy was criticised by Ian Rinfoul, a refugee advocate, who said it only encourage people smuggling groups to deploy only their most unseaworthy vessels which expose the asylum seekers to greater risk of maritime accidents. The Australian Navy burned on Thursday two asylum boats used to ferry 51 passengers from Sri Lanka and 65 from Indonesia. The torching rite, witnessed by The Advertiser, was held 20 nautical miles of Christmas Island which is often the port of destination of the asylum vessels.The burning was done as another boat with 25 illegal migrants from Sri Lanka arrived on the island Thursday morning and the Sri Lankan Navy intercepted on the same day another trawler off Wennappuwa with 67 residents suspected of planning to sail for Australia to seek asylum. read more

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Appropriation Bill for 2019 submitted to Parliament

The Appropriation Bill for the year 2019 was presented to Parliament by Finance Minister Mangala Samaraweera today.The Appropriation Bill looks to authorize the raising of loans in or outside Sri Lanka, for the purpose of such service; to make financial provision in respect of certain activities of the Government during that financial year; to enable the payment by way of advances out of the Consolidated Fund or-any other fund or moneys of, or at the disposal of the Government, of moneys required during that financial year for expenditure on such activities; to provide for the refund of such moneys to the Consolidated Fund and to make provision for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

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40 countries sign WHO tobacco control treaty

“The fact that so many countries signed the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in its first week demonstrates how strongly it is supported and how meaningful it is to diverse populations and situations,” WHO Director-General Gro Brundtland said of the treaty, which opened for signature on 16 June during a formal ceremony at the agency’s headquarters in Geneva. The first international treaty negotiated under WHO auspices, the FCTC requires countries to restrict tobacco advertising, sponsorship and promotion, set new labelling and clean indoor air controls and strengthen legislation to clamp down on tobacco smuggling. Tax and price increases would also be considered. The FCTC demand and supply reduction measures is intended to protect billions worldwide from the devastating impact of tobacco consumption and exposure to tobacco smoke. Tobacco kills nearly 5 million people every year, according to WHO. “It is only through a concerted worldwide effort that we can make global tobacco control happen. The benefits for health will be immense,” Dr. Brundtland stated. “This group of early signatories is exemplary and others are encouraged to follow suit in the shortest possible time frame.”The signature does not yet bind countries to the treaty, but is an expression of political support and of good faith to abide by the principles it enshrines in the interim period until ratification. As soon as 40 countries ratify the Convention, it becomes law for those countries and thereafter, for other countries that ratify it.In addition to signing the FCTC, Norway accepted it on 16 June. Ratification, acceptance, approval and accession are international acts by which states that have already signed the Convention establish on the international plane their consent to be bound by it.From 30 June to 29 June 2004 the FCTC will be available for signature at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, where it is deposited with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Several more countries have informed WHO of their intention to sign shortly. read more

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UN Iraq envoy condemns killings at shrine rising sectarian violence

One day after the killings at the Imam Ali Shrine, Ashraf Qazi called on Iraqi authorities and community leaders to “preserve the sanctity of places of worship, to value cultural and educational institutions and protect public services.”Mr. Qazi urged all Iraqis to engage in sustained dialogue based on mutual respect and tolerance rather than employing violent attacks to achieve their ends.He also called on political, religious and tribal leaders, as well as leaders of civil society, to promote tolerance between communities and national reconciliation.Mr. Qazi said the UN remained ready to support all efforts aimed at restoring peace and security in Iraq. Yesterday, the Security Council renewed the mandate of the UN mission in that country for one year.

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UN urged to recognize benefits derived from mountain regions as essential for

In connection with 7th session of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals, under way in New York since Monday, the UN Mountain Partnership Secretariat held an event on “Building resilience to climate change in mountain areas,” at which participants considered two major policy papers urging action to ensure that goals, targets and indicators are set to improve the livelihoods of mountain people and to conserve mountain ecosystems.The Open Working Group is tasked with identifying the international development agenda that will succeed the Millennium Development Goals – the anti-poverty targets agreed at a UN summit in 2000 and set to expire next year. The UN has stressed sustainable development – environmental, social and economic well-being for all – as the way forward. Today’s side-event stressed the vital importance of mountains to ensuring a comprehensive post-2015 agenda, especially as diverse mountain ecosystems provide freshwater to half of the world’s population and are home to half of all global biodiversity hotspots. At the same time, climate change is severely impacting mountain areas and posing threats to the livelihoods of mountain people. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) along with the missions of Argentina, Italy, Kyrgyzstan and Peru were co-organizers of the event, which featured a keynote speech by Ivan Ramirez, Assistant Professor of Environmental Health and the New York-based New School. According to the UN, many scientists believe that mountains can act as early warning systems, as the changes occurring in mountain ecosystems may provide an early glimpse of what could come to pass in lowland environments. The keynote address echoed that belief, which was also highlighted in the policy papers, respectively on “Mountains and the Sustainable Development Goals” and “Why Mountains Matter for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction.” The paper on disaster risk reduction notes specifically that mountain communities have a wealth of knowledge and strategies, accumulated over generations, pm how to cope with harsh environment and adapt to climate variability. “Mountain communities should not be viewed simply as vulnerable, the also have rich experiences and indigenous solutions,” says the paper, emphasizing that traditional knowledge should be coupled with advances in technology, including early warning systems for hydro-meteorological disasters. It stresses that when mountain ecosystems are managed sustainably, they can continue to provide regulating services that act as buffers against climate change and natural disasters, for example, preventing soil erosion and maintaining mountain meadows can protect people in downstream areas from landslides and flash floods. read more

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Football Looking ahead to Ohio States seasondefining matchup against Penn State

OSU then-freshman defensive end Nick Bosa (97) and other dejected Buckeyes return to the locker room after their 24-21 loss against Penn State on Oct. 22. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Former Photo EditorBoth No. 6 Ohio State (6-1, 4-0 Big Ten) and No. 2 Penn State (7-0, 4-0 Big Ten) will head to Ohio Stadium at 3:30 p.m. Saturday for their biggest respective challenges to date. With major playoff implications on the line, this matchup will be what defines the remainder of the season for both teams. Here is a preview of the upcoming game. Ohio State offense vs. Penn State defenseWhen most people think about Penn State, they immediately direct their attention to the offense led by Heisman hopeful running back Saquon Barkley and quarterback Trace McSorley. However, a major component of Penn State’s recent success has come in the form of its defense. To this point, the defensive efforts have largely been the product of one of the best secondaries in the nation. Led by two Thorpe Award semifinalists, safety Marcus Allen and cornerback Grant Haley, the Nittany Lions’ secondary is tied for the Big Ten lead with nine interceptions on the year while placing second in the conference with only 167.6 passing yards allowed per game. The defense has allowed only three passing touchdowns all season, none in the past two games. The Buckeyes might not find it much easier to run the ball against Penn State either as the Nittany Lions have allowed opponents an average of just 115.3 yards per game, 17th-fewest in the nation. With a stout defensive front led by defensive ends Shareef Miller and Shaka Toney, Penn State is fourth in the nation with an average of 8.4 tackles for loss and 3.4 sacks per game. Miller has contributed seven tackles for loss and three sacks while Toney has six tackles for loss and 3 1/2 sacks. Perhaps no one on the defensive side of the football stands out more than linebacker Jason Cabinda. The 6-foot-1, 234-pound senior paces the team in total tackles (53), has forced and recovered a fumble and has recorded four sacks and two tackles for loss.Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer spoke about how much of a challenge the defensive front presents Ohio State and did not originally single out any one player in particular, but he made sure to praise the standout linebacker of the Nittany Lions.“The one guy that steps up big time is [Cabinda],” Meyer said on the Big Ten coaches teleconference Tuesday. “You see him all over the place. But to say one D-lineman is better than the other, I can’t do that. I just think they’re well coached and go extremely hard.”This will be the most potent offense Penn State faces this season, but at the same time, this will be the most talented defense the Buckeyes have faced to this point. Ohio State is ranked No. 12 in passing offense (326.7 yards per game) and No. 18 in rushing offense (250.6 yards per game), and has seemed to be hitting its stride as of late, outscoring opponents 266-56 over its last five games. The Buckeyes’ passing attack is unlike those that Nittany Lions have faced this season. It is an offense that derives most of its success from shorter passes and relying on blocking rather than beating the defenders downfield. Still, neither the Penn State defense nor the Ohio State offense have been sufficiently tested this season, with the exception of Week 2 when the Buckeyes mustered only 16 points against Oklahoma. Ohio State defense vs. Penn State offensePenn State’s offense features so many potent weapons, it’s often tough to keep track of them all. Head coach James Franklin’s team has the nation’s best running back in Barkley, a mammoth tight end in Mike Gesicki, who creates all sorts of matchup issues, and a dual-threat quarterback in McSorley, who can make plays with his arm and his legs.Barkley has been a weapon for Penn State in all areas of the game. The junior running back has a passing touchdown, eight rushing touchdowns, three receiving touchdowns and returned a kickoff for a touchdown. He leads the nation in all-purpose yards with 1,478, as he is Penn State’s leading rusher, receiver and primary kickoff returner. Junior linebacker Jerome Baker, who could be asked to defend Barkley one-on-one in the passing game, said Barkley is a fun player to watch, and he is excited for the challenge of possibly stopping stop the Heisman favorite Saturday.“The dude’s a monster. He’s a good back. I just like watching him, honestly,” Baker said Tuesday. “Very excited to go against him because he can do it all. Pass block, run routes, he can definitely run the ball, jump over you, run through you. I’m excited.”Despite the big-name playmakers on the roster, Penn State’s offensive statistics don’t jump out on the page. The Nittany Lions average only 173.4 rushing yards per game (54th in the nation) and 289.9 passing yards per game (25th), both falling short of the numbers Ohio State has this season despite Penn State being heralded as one of the best offenses in the nation and Ohio State as one that has struggled. Overall, Ohio State is tied for the most points scored per game (47.3) while Penn State is only at 16th with 40. While some of that will likely be chalked up to strength of schedule, Ohio State has been ranked as the 15th-toughest schedule to date while Penn State is only at 18th, according to Team Rankings.The struggles for the offense have most likely come from the one surprising weak spot for the Nittany Lions: the offensive line. Entering the year with lofty expectations as a strong, veteran core of players, the group has not done an effective job protecting McSorley. The unit has allowed the 35th-most sacks per game in the nation (2.57) and has surrendered the sixth-most tackles for loss (8.14).This offensive line will be forced to step up in a big way against a defensive line that has turned offensive linemen into revolving doors all season long. Ohio State averages the 32nd-most sacks per game (2.57) and fifth-most tackles for loss (8.3). What should be an area of concern for Penn State is the fact the Buckeyes’ defensive line is fresh, coming off a bye week following five weeks where each starter was out before the fourth quarter. Not to mention enough depth to allow for essentially four starters at every position.Redshirt senior defensive end Tyquan Lewis said at this point in the season, he feels well-rested and ready for what will be his team’s most important game this season.“I think the most plays I’ve played all year, so far, well since Oklahoma, it’s probably like 30, 33, something like that,” Lewis said Tuesday. “It’s been kind of low since then. But it’s just you feel fresh, it’s a lot of reps off your body. Now it’s the meat of the season with a stretch, so now you know you have to play at least 50 plays.”Penn State’s offense will put up plenty of points, but the play up front could be what separates the Nittany Lions from a win and a loss. The team has plenty of playmakers who can burn the Buckeyes with the ball in their hands, but that will only happen if the line can protect McSorley and provide space for Barkley to break into the secondary. Ohio State’s secondary can be exploited and has been throughout the year when matched up against an above-average passing offense. But if McSorley is pressured in the pocket, it could be more challenging for him to get off the passes needed to beat Ohio State. In this case, the best passing defense might not come from Ohio State’s secondary, but rather on the defensive line. Predictions:Edward Sutelan: Penn State wins 27-24Colin Hass-Hill: Ohio State wins 45-31 read more

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Gattuso refuses to rule out AC Milan return for Ibrahimovic

first_imgAC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso won’t refuse to rule out re-signing birthday boy and old teammate Zlatan IbrahimovicThe one and only is celebrating his 37th birthday today and has been linked with a surprise return to Milan on a winter loan deal in January from LA Galaxy.Speaking ahead of Milan’s Europa League game with Olympiakos, Gattuso remained silent of the prospect of bringing back the former Milan star for a second spell with the club.“Today is his birthday, so I wish him many happy returns,” said Gattuso on Football-Italia.Rick Karsdorp, Roma, Serie AKarsdorp reveals he had too much stress at Roma Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The Dutch defender has been with the Gialorrossi since 2017, but he has not enjoyed his time in the Italian Lega Serie A.“I’ll only speak about the players I have available, ask Maldini, Leonardo and [Paolo] Scaroni. Today I just want to wish Ibra a happy birthday and wish him all the best.”“It’s not easy to return after the injury he had, so I wish him all the best on his 37th birthday. [Gonzalo] Higuain can be as devastating as Ibra, he has less physicality but he brings us a lot of quality.“In terms of character it’s a lot more stressful to train with Ibra, Zlatan raises the tension. Pipita, on the other hand, is always willing to make his teammates smile.”Ex-Milan midfielder Urby Emanuelson revealed that Ibrahimovic once dumped Gattuso into a trashcan during an argument in the changing rooms.last_img read more

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Nevin speaks after Chelseas humiliating defeat

first_imgThe retired Scottish footballer feels fans should stick to the team “no matter what” and to show their true colors.On Sunday night Chelsea was thrashed 6-0 by Manchester City in the English Premier League.And for former Blues Scottish footballer Pat Nevin, the game was very difficult but only a true fan would stay by the team.“I must admit to being more tentative than I have ever been walking up towards the Etihad on Sunday,” he wrote on the official Chelsea site.“In fact, I had been prepping my son for the entire week. I found myself saying, ‘You know, we might not win this one, so remember to stick by the team whatever happens’ and ‘Manchester City right now are one of the best teams ever to play in English football, so it might not go to plan this time’.“It is odd but I had never given him that ‘pep talk’ (maybe I should change that phrase to ‘reality check’) before a Chelsea match but this time something concerned me,” he explained.“Our away form had been suspect against the top sides and Manchester City were coming on to some fabulous form.”Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“City do not often get a team that plays them at their own passing game, in their own back yard, and for De Bruyne, Sterling, Aguero, and company it was a rare opportunity for space and they took full advantage of it,” he added.“When you have lost 6-0, many would be tempted to change some things.”“This might be in the manager’s mind but he strongly believes if the team plays to his style and they all play well, just as they did in December, it can work even at the likes of City,” the former player continued.“The usual reaction now is to wallow in some old clichés to get us through a few very dark days. How about, ‘it is only three points in the end’ or ‘it is how you react to this type of defeat that defines your season’. Another favorite is ‘every time you lose you learn’.”Maurizio Sarri’s thoughts after yesterday’s game…— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 11, 2019last_img read more

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ASA Urges President Obama to Make Market Access a Priority at APEC

first_imgThe American Soybean Association joined other members of the U.S. Biotech Crops Alliance (USBCA) in a letter this week urging President Barack Obama to make U.S. market access and the Chinese biotechnology policy a top priority at the upcoming 2014 Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders’ Summit, hosted by the Government of the People’s Republic of China.“The Chinese market for U.S. grains and oilseeds is incredibly important to the viability of the U.S. agricultural economy. China is the largest U.S. export market for soybeans, $14 billion in 2013 and corn and corn product exports were roughly $3.5 billion. Agricultural biotechnology is also important to U.S. farmers, with acreage for biotechnology varieties of corn and soybeans totaling over 90 percent in 2014; enabling U.S. farmers to increase yield while reducing their environmental footprint,” the groups stated, “However, the U.S. agricultural crop value-chain currently faces serious challenges in providing for predictable and stable trade to China due to the inability to secure timely import approvals for new biotechnology products and a growing concern that factors other than science are being used as justification to reject applications. In some instances, this has created a situation where U.S. exports of agricultural crop commodities have ceased or are in jeopardy of being rejected.”last_img read more

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Jason Isbell The Haunting Hope Of If We Were Vampires

first_imgNews Jason Isbell: The Haunting Hope Of “If We Were Vampires” Email Jason Isbell’s Haunting New Video jason-isbell-haunting-hope-if-we-were-vampires Twitter Facebook GRAMMY winner shows his songwriting fangs with the latest single from his new album with the 400 UnitNate HertweckGRAMMYs Aug 10, 2017 – 3:51 pm GRAMMY.comSince taking home two GRAMMY Awards for his efforts on the 2015 album, Something More Than Free, Jason Isbell has slowed down.His latest artistic offering comes in music video form, a mesmerizing journey into the heart of his haunting “If We Were Vampires” from his newly released album with the 400 Unit, The Nashville Sound.The animated video manifests the song’s vivid lyrical visions of eternal love and inevitable mortality, two topics Isbell handles with as much dexterity as any songwriter on earth. The command of his craft these days seems to be matched only by the inspiration and support of his wife, singer/songwriter and violinist Amanda Shires. Her airy harmony vocals and melancholy violin part make “… Vampires” soar and shake, as evident in a recent performance of the song on “CBS This Morning.”Isbell and the 400 Unit have been on the road this summer in support of The Nashville Sound. The demand to catch this band live in the town the album’s named after is so high, Isbell and crew recently announced they’re adding a sixth night to their stop at the historic Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville, Tenn. All six shows are sold out.Jesse Malin Talks Songwriting, Break Down His New EP Track-By-Tracklast_img read more

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Rohingya repatriation talks Tuesday

first_imgRohingya refugees make their way to a refugee camp after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Palong Khali, near Cox`s Bazar.File photo ReutersBangladesh and Myanmar will hold their next Joint Working Group (JWG) meeting on the repatriation of verified Rohingyas on Tuesday, reports UNB.The foreign secretary-level meeting, to be held at a state guesthouse here, will be co-chaired by permanent secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar Myint Thu and his Bangladesh counterpart senior secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs M Shahidul Haque.They will discuss the Rohingya repatriation issue in detail as there are “intensive efforts” to begin the repatriation as soon as possible, officials said.There is a chance to complete the first batch of repatriation with verified 8,000 Rohingyas before the next national election though it is difficult to predict about such a complex issue, said an official adding that China is pushing for quick implementation of repatriation agreements between Bangladesh and Myanmar.Foreign ministry officials said the Bangladesh side of joint working group members discussed the broad issues on Sunday before the joint working group meeting that will be held on Tuesday in the city.The joint working group members from both sides will visit Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar on 31 October and will have interactions with Rohingyas, an official told UNB.He said Bangladesh will seek updates on what steps are taken for the safe and sustainable return of Rohingyas to their homeland Myanmar from Bangladesh.Bangladesh wants to make sure that the Rohingyas who are expected to return to Myanmar in the first batch of repatriation may have houses and other facilities to live in their own villages.”We’ve completed the village-wise verification of 8,000 Rohingyas to know who came from which village. We want to make sure they can start living in houses in their own villages,” said foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali on 15 October.The foreign minister mentioned that India has built 250 houses while China is building 1,000 more. “The returnees will first stay at reception centres n Myanmar and then will go to their villages.”Myanmar has so far failed to take steps to ensure the safe and sustainable return of Rohingyas to their homeland.Chinese minister and party committee secretary of the ministry of public security Zhao Kezhi and his Bangladesh counterpart also discussed the Rohingya issue on Friday.The Bangladesh side sought China’s role in repatriating Rohingya people from Bangladesh to their homes in Myanmar.”There’ll be a tripartite meeting among Bangladesh foreign minister (AH Mahmood Ali) and his Chinese and Myanmar counterparts where they will discuss the issue further,” said minister Asaduzzaman Khan.But the home minister did not elaborate when and where this meeting will be held.Similar meetings were held in New York and Beijing on the sidelines in the past months that indicate pressure on Myanmar is mounting.However, Chinese foreign ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said China always believes that the international community should play a constructive role in the Rakhine state issue, and its actions should be conducive to promoting consultation and cooperation between Myanmar and Bangladesh.Prime minister Sheikh Hasina at the 73rd UN General Assembly made three recommendations for solving the Rohingya crisis at its root, including the abolition of discriminatory laws, policies and practices of Myanmar against the minority group.According to her second recommendation, Myanmar must create an acceptable environment by building trust and guaranteeing protection, rights and pathway to citizenship for all Rohingyas. If needed, it should create a “safe zone” inside the country to protect all civilians.Her third recommendation says atrocious crimes against Rohingyas in Myanmar should be prevented by bringing accountability and justice, particularly in the light of recommendations of the Fact-Finding Mission of the UN Human Rights Council.Foreign minister Ali has emphasised the need for accelerating efforts to create a conducive environment in northern Rakhine state and build houses and villages for returnees to facilitate repatriation.Minister Ali along with joint working group members in August this year visited the northern Rakhine state and saw the ‘trail of widespread devastation’ suffered by people there, said the foreign ministry officials.Bangladesh foreign minister also visited Shwe Zar village where around 148 prefabricated houses for returnees are being built with assistance from the government of India.Bangladesh and Myanmar formed the Joint Working Group (JWG) on December 2017 to start repatriating Rohingya refugees by 23 January, 2018.In May, Myanmar side urged the Bangladesh side to commence the repatriation of the earlier verified 778 Muslims and 444 Hindus.last_img
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first_imgStay on target Amazon’s New Facial Recognition Smells Your FearSnapchat’s New Snap Spectacles Will Have Two Cameras, Cost $350 Super Bowl Sunday is coming, which means it’s time to revamp your living space to get ready for the big game. Thankfully, some retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, are offering great home entertainment deals, so you don’t have to drop major bucks on a new TV or a 4K streaming stick.Here are the best home entertainment deals you can treat yourself to before the Super Bowl. Once you buy your tech gear, you can relax, order pizza, and watch the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots passionately compete for a title…without leaving the couch.Save $101 on the Sony 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TVPhoto Credit: AmazonIf you need a mid-range TV that won’t break the bank, the Sony 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  has an X1 Extreme Processor, detailed picture quality, and a voice assistant control feature. Plus, it’s on sale for $998, so you’ll save $100 off its original price.AdChoices广告Buy it HereSave $150 on the JVC 58-Inch 4K Ultra HD TVPhoto Credit: WalmartThe JVC 58-Inch 4K Ultra HD TV is a great gadget for your living room setup: It has 2160-pixel resolution and smooth motion for crystal clear streaming. Walmart is selling this smart TV for only $349.99 compared to $499.99.Buy it HereSave $25 on the Vizio 29-Inch 2.0 Channel Sound BarPhoto Credit: AmazonEasy setup and DTS Studio SoundTM are two home entertainment perks of the Vizio 29-Inch 2.0 Channel Sound Bar. This device, which is originally priced at $103.99, is on sale at Amazon for $78.99.Buy it HereSave $500 on the Sony 75-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TVPhoto Credit: AmazonLifelike contrast, virtual voice assistant compatibility, and Motionflow XR technology make the Sony 75-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV the ultimate tech device for watching football. Plus, you’ll save $500 off its original price: It’s on sale for $1,798 at Amazon.Buy it HereSave $20 on the Toshiba 32-Inch Fire TVPhoto Credit: AmazonAlexa voice control, 720-pixel picture quality, and live over-the-air streaming make the Toshiba 32-inch Fire TV a must-have for your living room space. Plus, at only $159.99, you’ll have most of the perks of a high-definition smart TV for less than $200.Buy it HereSave $60 on the Sceptre 24-Inch LED TVPhoto Credit: WalmartOn a home entertainment budget? Walmart just slashed the price of this Sceptre 24-Inch LED TV before Super Bowl Sunday: It’s on sale for $89.99 compared to $149.99 at Walmart.Buy it HereSave $10 on the Fire TV Stick 4K With All-New Alexa Voice RemotePhoto Credit: AmazonLaunching your favorite digital content (including football games) is very easy with the Fire TV Stick 4K: It comes with the all-new Alexa Voice Remote for hands-free control, so you can focus on all the action without leaving your comfy spot on the couch. Plus, it’s on sale for only $39.99 at Amazon, so you’ll save $10 off its original price.Buy it HereSave $170 on the Sharp 58-Inch Ultra HD Roku TVPhoto Credit: Best BuyMajor views, high-definition audio, and easy access to your favorite streaming channels make the Sharp 58-Inch Ultra HD Roku TV a top pick for the Super Bowl and other binge-watching sessions. You can buy it now at Best Buy for only $379.99 compared to $549.99.Buy it HereSave $100 on the Samsung 55-Inch Smart 4K UHD TVPhoto Credit: Best BuyA wide viewing angle is key for watching sports, and the Samsung 55-Inch Smart 4K UHD TV makes the cut for your digital entertainment needs. A UHD engine provides you with high-resolution images and there are three HDMI ports for other devices. This TV is on sale for $499.99 compared to $599.99 at Best Buy.Buy it HereSave $21 on the Madden NFL 19 Xbox One GamePhoto Credit: Walmart.comThe Super Bowl is only one day, however, you can get your football fix anytime with the Madden NFL 19 Xbox One Game. Manage your defense, access skill point systems, and create the dream team on your terms with this hit video game. It’s on sale for $38.95 at Walmart.com.Buy it HereMore on Geek.com:This 10-Year-Old Won a Science Fair By ‘Proving’ Tom Brady Is a Cheater Awesome Tech and Gadget Gifts for Under $20Streaming Media Player Showdown: Fire TV vs. Roku Premierelast_img read more

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first_img Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Charles also wrote Blair to complain about the negative impact of European Union efforts to restrict the practitioners of herbal medicine.The British government tried for years to keep the letters secret but eventually lost a Freedom of Information case brought by The Guardian newspaper. The government has indicated it may tighten the rules to protect future royal communications from being released under that act.Charles’ press office issued a statement Wednesday defending the letters.“(The prince was) raising issues of public concern and trying to find practical ways to address the issues,” the statement said, adding that the publication of private letters “can only inhibit his ability to express the concerns and suggestions which have been put to him in the course of his travels and meetings.”Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger, meanwhile, said the newspaper fought for the release of the documents because it believes the royal family should face the same scrutiny as anyone else trying to influence public policy.“(It’s) shocking that the government wasted hundreds of thousands of pounds of public money trying to prevent their publication,” he said. The letters, written a decade ago, include 10 written by Charles personally to former Prime Minister Tony Blair and other top officials in his Labour Party government. The sometimes quirky prince, known for his commitment to organic farming and traditional architecture, freely expresses himself on matters like badger culling, fish protection, the readiness of the Armed Forces, standards for alternative medicines and the preservation of historic buildings.The letter-writing is controversial because as Britain’s future king, Charles is expected to remain neutral on political matters. Some could see the letters as inappropriate lobbying of the government by the heir to the throne — especially since the prince does mention sensitive topics dealing with national security matters, including the war in Iraq.The tone of his letters is polite and sometimes apologetic. Charles does not demand action — but that doesn’t mean British ministers felt they could ignore his myriad concerns.A 2004 missive to the British fisheries minister is typical.“I particularly hope that the illegal fishing of the Patagonian Toothfish will be high on your list of priorities because until that trade is stopped, there is little hope for the poor old albatross, for which I shall continue to campaign,” Charles writes. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Sponsored Stories Tensions surrounding the letters boiled over Wednesday as an angry senior press officer working for Charles tore the cover off the microphone being used by a TV reporter who asked the prince about the letters.The government was ordered to release the letters in 2012 after losing its court case. But the attorney general vetoed the decision, arguing that Charles’ letters were part of his preparation to become king and should be kept private.That was upheld by one court, but then overturned in 2014 by the Court of Appeal. Britain’s Supreme Court in March supported that ruling, leading to Wednesday’s publication of the memos.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 5 ways to recognize low testosterone LONDON (AP) — The Patagonian Toothfish has a friend in the future king of England — that’s one lesson from the British government’s release Wednesday of previously secret letters written by Prince Charles to government officials.The cache of 27 letters was the subject of a lengthy legal battle that pitted Charles’ right to privacy against the public’s right to know. The British press dubbed them the “black spider” memos, due to Charles’ cramped handwritten greetings and closings, and the British government spent years in court and hundreds of thousands of pounds (dollars) trying to keep them secret. 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Top Stories In one letter to Blair on Sept. 8, 2004, Charles — a military veteran — raises concerns about the British Armed Forces not getting enough resources. He mentions delays in delivering military aircraft due to budgetary pressures.“I fear that this is just one more example of where our Armed Forces are being asked to do an extremely challenging job (particularly in Iraq) without the necessary resources,” Charles wrote.Funding levels for the military is a hot political topic for any country’s government.Charles also wrote to Blair in February 2005 with advice on how to build public support for taking steps to combat climate change — another sensitive issue with political overtones.On the issue of killing badgers to fight the transmission of bovine tuberculosis, Charles broke ranks with many environmentalists, including Queen guitarist Brian May, urging Blair that a “proper cull” of the badgers was needed.“I, for one, cannot understand how the ‘badger lobby’ seem to mind not at all about the slaughter of thousands of expensive cattle, and yet object to a managed cull of an over-population of badgers — to me, this is intellectually dishonest,” the prince wrote.last_img read more

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