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I-T dept attaches Geelani’s Delhi house on wilful tax evasion charges

first_imgNew Delhi: The Income Tax department has attached a house of hardline Kashmiri separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani located in Delhi in connection with an over Rs 3.62 crore tax evasion case against him.The flat is located in south Delhi’s Khirki Extension locality in Malviya Nagar. A Tax Recovery Officer (TRO) of the department sealed the house as Geelani allegedly failed to pay Rs 3,62,62,160 income tax for assessment years 1996-97 to 2001-02, said an order accessed by PTI. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’The department has undertaken the action under section 222 of the I-T Act (assessee deemed in default of tax payment) and “prohibited and restrained” the Hurriyat Conference leader from transferring the asset. An order was issued on March 29 by the department. TRO is the enforcement action taking arm of the tax department and deals with cases of wilful defaulters. The authority is empowered to attach an asset and subsequently auction it to realise the tax dues. The Enforcement Directorate (ED), last month, levied a penalty of Rs 14.40 lakh on Geelani in a 17-year-old case of illegal possession of USD 10,000 in alleged contravention of foreign exchange law. The foreign currency, equivalent to about Rs 6.90 lakh, had also been confiscated by the ED as part of an order issued under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) on March 20. This currency was seized during an Income Tax raid at Geelani’s residence in Srinagar’s Hyderpora area in 2002.last_img read more

Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev to Visit Morocco in October

Rabat – Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is due to make a visit to Morocco in October, the Kingdom’s ambassador to Moscow announced Monday.“We expect Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to make a visit in October, and hope that it will prove to be an important landmark as far as partnership between our countries goes,” Lecheheb told Russian press agency TASS.The Moroccan ambassador praised relations between Rabat and Moscow, expressing the Kingdom’s interest in doing business with Russia. “We are ready for co-production activities together with Russian companies and would welcome Russian investment.”He added that strengthening ties with Russia is a “strategic choice” for Morocco.TASS said that the Russian government’s press service stated that the prime minister might visit Morocco and Algeria.Russia entertains good military relations with Algeria, currently the major Arab and African buyer of Russian weapons.In recent months, Morocco has sought better relationships with Russia. In March 2016 King Mohammed VI visited Moscow and met with President Vladimir Putin.During his visit, the monarch expressed his desire to boost cooperation with Russia.The two countries agreed to extend cooperation to security. A key agreement was signed on mutual protection of secret information in the military and military-technical areas, in addition to a joint statement on counter-terrorism.Earlier in July, the sixth Mixed Moroccan-Russian Commission for Economic, Scientific, and Technological Cooperation was held in Moscow, during which the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, declared the kingdom’s ambition to become Russia’s major Arab and African partner. read more

Indian tribunal revokes ban on Sri Lankan docudrama

Sri Lankan film Muttrupulliya, a docu-drama that portrays the life of the Tamil ethnic population in post-war Sri Lanka, has won its appeal with the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) after the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) in Chennai refused to certify it, The Hindu newspaper reported.Directed by Sherine Xavier, a Sri Lankan national, the film was screened at the Jaffna Film Festival in Colombo, but it could not be premiered in India as the CBFC said it was “glorifying the bad effects” of the bloody conflict that killed about 100,000 people in a 23-year-long military campaign. “The picture will affect the neighbouring country relations. It also refers to real political leaders of Sri Lanka,” said the CBFC. “There is a picture of Prabakaran and the LTTE flag in a couple of scenes. It is a clear PR exercise for them [Prabakaran and LTTE],” he added. (Colombo Gazette) Ms. Xavier along with her producer T.S. Subramanian challenged the CBFC’s decision at the FCAT, which passed a ruling in their favour on February 1 but imposed some conditions for screening in India. The film-makers have agreed to morph the LTTE flags, cut out photographs of its slain leaders, issue a health warning against narcotics and put up a disclaimer that the film is a work of fiction inspired by real events.M. Mathialagan, Regional Officer at the Central Board of Film Certification in Chennai, told The Hindu that the film was banned after extensive consultation with senior censor board officials, which included its Mumbai-based chairman Pahlaj Nilhani. “They [film-makers] have shown an Indian girl rolling a hundred rupee note of Indian currency and snorting drugs through it. How can they disrespect our currency?,” said Mr. Mathialagan. read more

Jaguar Land Rover backs engineering and technology college

Jaguar Land Rover has given its backing to Warwick University Technical College (UTC) as part of a government drive to train more than 20,000 14 to 19-year-olds.Specialising in engineering and digital technology, the College will teach technical skills alongside academic qualifications, with work placements and guest speakers featuring prominently in the focused curriculum.The Education Minister Lord Hill said the new colleges would provide more choice for school pupils who could opt to join aged 14 or 16. “Right around the country there is a lot of enthusiasm from employers, universities, pupils and parents for high quality rigorous technical education. They provide more choice for children as well as helping provide the kind of highly-skilled technicians our economy needs. The response from employers to UTCs speaks for itself.” Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

Grads with organic strawberry business win Nitsopoulos award

Marty Verhey, left, and Nico Verhoef stand in their first strawberry patch.Two Brock graduates who have devised a way to mass produce strawberries have received this year’s Nitsopoulos Family Entrepreneurship Award.Marty Verhey and Nico Verhoef have founded Perfect Patch Organic Growers, a Niagara company that uses leading edge technology to grow strawberries. The unique idea has won them the annual $10,000 award designed to foster businesses started by Brock graduates.With a strawberry patch on a Lincoln farm, Verhey and Verhoef, both 23, are pioneering new above-ground technology that allows strawberries to be mass produced. The berries are planted in chest-high troughs so they can reduce harvest labour costs and extend the season, harvesting strawberries both earlier and later in the year.“Our goal is to grow the perfect organic strawberry in a cost-effective manner on a scalable level,” said Verhey. “We see a lot of strawberry farmers with two acres of berries, selling their product at roadside stands. We thought ‘There has to be a way to efficiently produce at a larger scale.’”The pair also won the national Nicol Entrepreneurial Award in 2010 for their concept. They have partnered with Lincoln farmer Dan Tigchelaar to test their growing system.Verhey and Verhoef, who graduated in 2010 with Bachelors of Business Administration, are no strangers to the business world. Verhoef runs his own landscaping company in his native St. Catharines. Verhey operates a tree farm with his brother and works for his family’s business in Ancaster.The pair will plant their first berries on their test site – which is 1,000 linear feet of trough – sometime this month. They have space for about 4,000 plants.The Nitsopoulos award is a big boost, they said.“From a practical perspective, it helps us get off the ground,” Verhey said.And in terms of morale, Verhoef said, “it’s an award that’s backed by the community. It’s from an entrepreneur who knows the strengths of Niagara.”The Nitsopoulos Family Entrepreneurship Award was established by the Nitsopoulos family, who own the Quality Hotel Parkway Convention Centre, the Holiday Inn and Days Inn in St. Catharines.The award reimburses expenditures of the winning company to a maximum of $10,000. The winners, who are chosen by a review committee, are also entitled to a free consulting session with a Faculty of Business appointed mentor, or the services of the Brock MBA Business Consulting Group.Local company Niagara E-Waste, which collects and disposes of waste such as TVs, computers and cell phones, received $3,400 in start-up funds through the award. Alumnus Ryan Dear started that company. read more

Womens volleyball Buckeyes still hungry as first half of season wraps up

Players of the Ohio State women’s volleyball team celebrate a team point during a game against Nebraska on Oct. 14. OSU lost, 3-1. Credit: Jenna Leinasars | Assistant News DirectorSo far this year, OSU has played 19 different teams, traveled to seven states, moved up and down the American Volleyball Coaches’ Association poll and seen the floor of St. John Arena only three times. OSU will be on the road yet again on Wednesday when they will battle the last remaining undefeated conference team, the No. 9 Penn State Nittany Lions. Penn State sits at 16-3 overall this season.  The 19th-ranked Buckeyes (13-7) will then come back to Columbus to take on No. 11 Michigan State (16-4) on Saturday. Last time around, the Spartans swept OSU in East Lansing, Michigan, 3-0 (Oct. 7). OSU is nearing the homestretch of its season and facing, arguably, its toughest string of games yet. OSU coach Geoff Carlston said his team is anything but sluggish.“This team is hungry,” he said. “As long as we keep working hard and stay together…that’s going to pay some dividends at the end.” The Buckeyes will have to be hungry for a win when they travel to Happy Valley to face the Nittany Lions. Penn State boasts the second-highest hitting percentage in the nation. The team is also on a 14-match win streak – their last loss came on Sept. 4 against Stanford.Carlston admitted the dominance of Penn State’s 6-foot-3 junior middle blocker Haleigh Washington, but also said he sees a lot of opportunities for OSU to capitalize on. “If we can do what we’re planning on doing, which is staying aggressive and play with poise,” he said. “I like a lot of the matchups.”The Buckeyes will have three days after the Penn State match to make adjustments before their second go-round with Michigan State. Members of OSU’s team say that the quick turnaround from the first time they faced the Spartans is actually to their advantage. “It’s a little bit fresher in our minds,” senior setter Abby Fesl said. “We’ll analyze what happened last time so that we can be a little bit more prepared and more able to execute.” Fesl is new to the OSU sisterhood this season after transferring from the University of North Florida. She also said her team makes weekly goals in order to stay motivated for its grinding schedule ahead.  “We break things down kind of weekend by weekend, game by game,” she said. “We set goals for ourselves and try to accomplish those, so when we do, it’s a really great feeling.” Fesl’s teammate, junior defensive specialist Kalisha Goree, added that at this midpoint in the season, she’s seen her team’s play change but it still hold true to its spirit. “We’re the same team in a lot of senses, like the personalities are still the same,” Goree said. “We’re still having fun together, but we are a different team because we’ve grown in a lot of different ways,” she said. Carlston also said that playing a constantly tough schedule is easier because of OSU’s investment into their team and themselves. “Our freshmen have kind of grown up before our eyes, but also our leadership has matured and really ‘bought in’ to the journey. It sounds cliché, but you need to,” he said. The Buckeyes’ journey will continue on Wednesday at 8 p.m. when they face Penn State. OSU will then take on Michigan State at St. John Arena at 6 p.m. on Saturday for the breast cancer awareness match. read more

Burton Maternity benefit cuts arent a disincentive to women working

first_imgCHANGES TO MATERNITY benefit won’t be a disincentive to new mothers wanting to work, Minister Joan Burton has said.The Social Protection Minister was questioned on the changes, which were brought in under Budget 2014, by Deputy Lucinda Creighton.The cut to the maternity benefit means it will be standardised at €230 per week from January for new claimants.A protest was staged by pregnant women and parents after the announcement in October, with the National Women’s Council saying the decision will lead to a “de-facto reduction of €32 per week for the vast majority of women”.Deputy Creighton asked the Minister for Social Protection “if she is concerned that the changes to maternity benefit will further discourage women into the labour force”. She said this was in view of “the ongoing rise in the number of women on the live register while the number of men is falling”.In response, Minister Burton said that this year her Department will spend €297.4 million on maternity benefit and adoptive benefit, with a weekly average of 21,800 recipients.She said that it is estimated that the number of people who will be affected in 2014 as result of the Budget 2014 change will be a weekly average of 16,500.“Persons currently in receipt and those receiving benefit before 6 January 2014 will not be affected by the change – they will continue to receive between €217.80 and €262 per week for the duration of their leave,” she pointed out.Burton also described Ireland’s maternity leave entitlements of over 42 weeks as “generous”, as women receive 26 weeks of paid leave and a further 16 weeks unpaid.“This is reflected by one of the highest birth rates in Europe and high participation by women in the labour force,” said Burton.She said that she had preserved the 26-week duration of the payment “because I realise how important this time is for families and their children”, and added that this level is in excess of the 14 weeks required under EU legislation.“I therefore do not believe that the changes to maternity benefit announced in Budget 2014 will act as a disincentive for women from entering the labour force,” she told Creighton.Read: Telephone allowance, maternity benefit and medical cards hit hard in Budget>PICS: Pregnant mothers protest against maternity benefit cut outside Dáil>last_img read more

Did your iPhone alarm work properly today

first_imgYou probably heard that iOS alarms had a nasty bug that prevent them from adjusting to daylight saving time. In case you didn’t, you might have found out this morning when you woke up an hour late. Yes, despite all those blog posts the iOS DST bug surely claimed some victims today.Anecdotally, I live in a two iPhone household so we got do some testing today. One iPhone was not adjusted at all, just as if we hadn’t heard about the bug, and the other had a new alarm time set yesterday. It was set with the thought that an alarm time created after the time change would work properly. Want to venture a guess as to what happened?Neither went off. Or rather they both went off, just an hour late. Luckily we had set a backup alarm on a Blackberry that worked as planned.Anyone out there get burned? Any coworkers run into work an hour late, completely disheveled, muttering something about their iPhone? Now’s your chance to complain!last_img read more

Heres What Happened Today Friday

first_img 9,315 Views Share2 Tweet Email Apr 7th 2017, 8:48 PM This report by Bloomberg shows why Brexit could be bad news for Guinness. The stout crosses the border twice before being shipped around the world from Dublin. Here’s What Happened Today: Friday Grandmother shot in Dublin, murder accused punches barrister, Trump strikes Assad. Get our daily news round up: http://jrnl.ie/3330095 Will your Guinness need a passport after Brexit? https://t.co/vjkkFKq4x1 pic.twitter.com/FdEzNXEIps— Bloomberg Brexit (@Brexit) April 7, 2017 No Comments center_img Short URL Source: Bloomberg Brexit/Twitter Friday 7 Apr 2017, 8:48 PM NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Caragh May O’Mahony with Aoibheann Keane, and Clodagh and Aoibheann Kelleher at the Cork Lifelong Learning Festival. Source: Darragh KaneA 77-year-old Dublin grandmother was shot in leg in her home.A four-year-old boy died in a farming accident in Co Fermanagh.Gardaí released enhanced footage of the night Trevor Deely went missing more than 16 years ago.Revenue have warned people about a new scam that claims taxpayers are due a tax refund.Alan Shatter criticised the Taoiseach in response to the report of the Fennelly Commission.A new report found that 19% of Irish people smoke daily.There’s no deal after another day of talks in the Bus Éireann dispute.There were chaotic scenes in a Dublin murder trial after the accused punched an opposing barrister in the face.WORLD By Rónán Duffy US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. Source: Alex Brandon/PA Images#AIR STRIKES: The US launched air strikes against the Assad regime in Syria. Some allies approved but Russia denounced the move.#STOCKHOLM: Four people died and 15 were wounded after a beer truck crashed into an upscale department store in central Stockholm. One man has been arrested.#RIP: A woman who was injured in the terror attack in Westminster a fortnight ago died in hospital.PARTING SHOT Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Study Galactic Gardening Can Relieve Stress in Space

first_img In space, no one can hear you stress.As we prepare for the future of galactic travel, researchers are looking into ways to help astronauts cope with the anxieties of space missions.A new study from the University of Florida suggests the psychological benefits of gardening.Master’s student Raymond Odeh and horticulture professor Charles Guy determined that plant-human interactions can provide astronauts the same serenity they do on Earth.The pair make a case for “plant-mediated” therapies, which they said may balance out behavioral health, cognitive performance, and overall physical health during long-distance trips.Astronauts spend months floating through a hostile environment, isolated and confined, unable to step outside for a breath of fresh air. Cut off from family, friends, and Netflix, the brave men and women of international space programs endure endless physical and emotional challenges.I tend toward Barry Manilow and a bar of chocolate to ease my anxieties. But not everyone can drown their sorrows at the Copacabana.Instead, they can develop a green thumb.Interactions with plants “provide essential benefits to the health, well-being, and longevity of people, wherever they may live,” according to the study, published Oct. 2 in the journal Open Agriculture.Odeh and Guy drive their theory home with anecdotes from astronauts who experienced the psychological impact of growing plants in space.“It was surprising to me how great [six] soybean plants looked,” Peggy Whitson wrote in an email, describing her reaction to an agricultural experiment aboard the ISS in 2002.“I guess seeing something green for the first time in a month and a half had a real effect,” she continued. “From a psychological perspective, I think it’s interesting that the reaction was as dramatic as it was.“Guess if we go to Mars, we need a garden,” Whitson added.What applies to humans on Earth also applies to humans in space: Gardening is a fruitful (no pun intended) stress reliever that will no doubt follow people as we venture further from this planet.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target NASA Says 2 Asteroids Will Safely Fly By Earth This WeekendHubble Captures Saturn’s ‘Phonograph Record’ Ring System last_img read more

John Lewis Partnership launches housing rental benefit for 85500 staff

first_imgRetail organisation John Lewis Partnership has launched a property rental benefit for its 85,500 John Lewis and Waitrose employees, in order to support staff financial wellbeing.The new benefit, provided by Canopy, was introduced on 18 May 2018 and enables employees to rent accommodation without a cash deposit, as well as helping staff to build a positive credit score.Employees who are currently renting a property, or who are planning to do so in the future, are able to use Canopy’s rent tracking service. This allows staff to automatically reconcile their rent payments and improve their credit history, using open banking technology. Employees are also able to add rental payments to their credit history using the Canopy app, to further improve their credit rating.The benefit also enables employees to access an insurance-based, deposit free alternative to typical cash deposits, which can help to make the moving process more affordable. This service is underwritten by Hiscox.Employees can additionally use the Canopy app to create a rent passport, which helps staff build a trust score by instantly verifying income, creditworthiness, employment, regular rent payments and past references.Stacey MacDougall, leisure benefits development manager at John Lewis Partnership, said: “Our aim is to provide a relevant and valued range of benefits for our [employees]. For a number of years, we have seen shelter, accommodation or housing as one of the most important gaps in our offer. The importance of good shelter has a critical impact on individuals, their wellbeing, their effectiveness and happiness at work. Having listened to feedback from our [employees] we made the decision to work with Canopy to help us bridge the gap in the shelter space.”last_img read more

Air India IPO Government asks lending banks to become strategic investors by

first_imgFor about a decade now, the news about an initial public offering (IPO) for flag carrier Air India has been playing hide and seek with stock market enthusiasts at one end and the government at another. Economic Survey 2017 makes interesting observations on Air IndiaNow, the latest we hear is that the government is planning to bring banks as strategic investors in Air India and then proceed with a public listing of the national airline, as reported by the Mint, which cited “two persons familiar with the plan.” Air India’s IPO talks synergise with an ill-fated merger with Indian Airlines in 2007. The merger, which was then said to be gaining high market share for the merged entity and making profits, turned into a disaster, primarily due to poor management practises and improper planning. Questions regarding whether Air India would actually survive started doing the rounds after the management decided a fleet expansion amid tough competition from better-run private airlines. And that resulted in soaring losses for the national carrier. In 2012, as part of its financial restructuring plan to turn around the airline, the government decided to infuse approximately Rs 30,000 crore in the ailing airline. The airline has so far received Rs 23,993 crore. Now, the government, while continuing its efforts to recast Rs 28,000 crore of working capital debt that Air India owes a consortium of 19 banks led by State Bank of India, wants the banks to convert this debt into equity. The airline reported a loss of about Rs 3,587 crore in 2015-16, down from a loss of Rs 5,859 crore in the previous year. Currently, it has a debt of about Rs 50,000 crore.While talks of an IPO are underway, privatisation of the airline isn’t on the cards. The IPO is expected to bring in much-needed liquidity infusion and accountability. The proceeds of the IPO would be pumped into activities like expanding the fleet of the airline. In 2012, erstwhile civil aviation minister Ajit Singh had said that no IPO is possible before 2020 as the carrier is expected to return to profits only after 2018. According to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) rules, for an IPO, a three-year track record of consistent profit making is required. Under the latest initiative, once banks agree to convert their debt into equity, the government may hire professionals with proven financial and strategic management skills to manage the airline, the sources told the Mint. After that, the government will consider listing Air India.last_img read more

MakerBots 3D Printers Lead the Hardware Revolution

first_img This story appears in the June 2013 issue of . Subscribe » More Invention Brilliance May 22, 2013 MauzThe Mauz device turns an iPhone into a motion-controlled, wireless optical mouse. Sustainability » Love & Connecting »InventionUrban Life » Rural Life » Food & Beverage » Work Life » Gaming » Crowdsourcing & Collaboration » Sports & Recreation » SoundlazerOpen-source parametric speaker Soundlazer transmits audio in a directed beam of sound for private listening without headphones. EverpurseMaking midday phone death a thing of the past, Everpurse converts handbags into mobile power stations. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now PowerPotBoil water in the PowerPot, a Kickstarter-funded thermoelectric generator, and it will provide enough juice to charge any device that uses a USB port. Enroll Now for Free hipKeyAttach hippih’s tiny, wireless hipKey proximity and movement sensor to an object (even your child), pair it with your iPhone, and an alarm sounds if your valuables are moved from a designated radius. Corrections & Amplifications: An earlier version of this article misstated the number of estimated MakerBot potential users as the total estimated users. There are an estimated 115 million potential users globally. TouchfireThe transparent, flexible Touchfire iPad Keyboard fits over the tablet for faster and more accurate typing. LiquiGlideLiquiGlide, a new material invented by MIT scientists, makes surfaces super-slippery, allowing for everything from pain-free ketchup squeezing to more efficiency in oil pipelines. NanoSatisfiNanoSatisfi: This hardware startup aims to democratize space exploration by offering anyone a chance to rent space on its small, open-source satellites–at $250 a week–to conduct their own experiments. LockitronThe smartphone-controlled Lockitron device fits over existing deadlocks, allowing users to lock and unlock their doors remotely from anywhere in the world. 4 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. The maker movement took center stage at this year’s South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. The coveted opening keynote was delivered by Bre Pettis, CEO of 3-D-printer manufacturer MakerBot Industries, who used the occasion to unveil the Digitizer, a desktop device capable of scanning objects up to 8 inches in height using lasers and a webcam, streamlining the printing infrastructure from end to end. “You can fill the world with garden gnomes if you want,” Pettis joked.The onstage debut was an homage to Maker-Bot’s origins: In early 2009 Pettis was part of a collective of hackers who wanted to get their hands on a 3-D printer, which at the time were the size of mainframe computers and cost about $100,000. “We couldn’t afford one, so we made it,” he says. They got a rough prototype working before SXSW that year, so Pettis hopped on a plane, headed to Austin bars and began printing shot glasses with the device. He and his co-founders sold some 20 printers in just a few days.The latest model from Brooklyn-based MakerBot, the fourth-generation Replicator 2, costs $2,199 and is the size of a large toaster oven. It works by meticulously layering thin sheets of bioplastic material to create three-dimensional objects–a process made all the more mesmerizing under a lighting scheme reminiscent of a Virgin America cabin.Related: MakerBot’s Bre Pettis on the Next Industrial RevolutionMakerBot’s Bre Pettis.MakerBot’s range of industrial and personal printers has been a major catalyst in the hardware revolution, unlocking the ability for anyone to make things faster and more cheaply. Growth has been wild. In four years MakerBot has gone from three employees to more than 200; at press time the company had 50-plus job listings. There are some 20,000 printers in use (close to a quarter of total market share) and an estimated 115 million potential users globally (40 percent of orders are from outside the U.S.). NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is the biggest customer, but the printers are also a boon to smaller operations like Robohand, creator of open-source prosthetic hands for children, and even to one geek dad who printed custom foot molds to help his kid pass the minimum height requirement at an amusement park.”We’re not just a hardware company,” Pettis says, noting that MakerBot also creates firmware and has a partnership with Autodesk, which makes software with rendering capabilities. And this fall’s release of the Digitizer–which should cost roughly the same as the Replicator if Pettis’ “washer-dryer” analogy is any indication–will further build out the company’s position in the 3-D-printing ecosystem. And this is all just scratching the surface: “I think one day people will buy printers like they buy iPhones,” he says. “If you put your MakerBot goggles on … anything is possible. It’s a frontier, and we’re going to explore it.”last_img read more

FileZilla integrates master password support

first_imgFileZilla integrates master password support by Martin Brinkmann on May 26, 2017 in Software – 7 commentsThe developers of the FTP client program FileZilla have integrated support for a master password protection in the FTP software.FileZilla is a popular FTP client that you may use to access FTP servers that are in a private network or on the Internet.While you can use modern web browsers for that as well, they don’t offer the comfort options that dedicated programs like FileZilla bring to the table. That may be okay for a quick download from an FTP server, but if you need to upload or edit files for instance, you cannot make use of web browsers for that (unless you install browser extensions that add support for that).FileZilla allows you to connect to FTP servers using temporary data, or by adding FTP server data to the program. The latter is useful if you happen to connect to a server regularly, as you don’t have to enter server address, username, password and maybe port each time you need to connect to it.FileZilla Master PasswordFileZilla stores information about sites that you add to the program in the file sitemanager.xml by default. It is a plain text file that anyone with access can open to list the configured sites. Passwords are encoded using base64 encoding, but are easily decoded using online services such as Base64 Decoded.This changes with the upcoming release of FileZilla 3.26.0 (available as a Release Candidate currently), as it adds a master password option to the FTP program.You can set up a master password to protect all saved passwords of FileZilla in the following way:Make sure you have FileZilla 3.26.0 or higher installed on your system.Open FileZilla.Select Edit > Settings.Switch to the Interface page.There you find the passwords section. The default is set to save passwords.Select “save passwords protected by a master password” from the list, and enter the desired password. It needs to have at least eight characters.Select OK to save the change.Note that all passwords are protected by the master password from that moment on.FileZilla prompts you for the master password when you connect to the first saved site. You are asked to enter it in the prompt, and may select the “remember option” so that you are not prompted again during the same session.If you don’t want that, remove the checkmark from the option before you click on ok.Closing wordsAdding a master password improves the security of saved FTP sites significantly. You do need to make sure however to remember the password, as you will lose access to all sites if you cannot enter it correctly anymore when prompted for it.SummaryArticle NameFileZilla integrates master password supportDescriptionThe developers of the FTP client program FileZilla have integrated support for a master password protection in the FTP software.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

Gay guy attacked with rocks after leaving queer festival Mighty Hoopla

first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- So when incredibly well-meaning friends said to me after, ‘I can’t believe people like that still exist’ and ‘It’s 2018, don’t people know better?’, it almost adds to the shame. Admitting and talking about these kinds of incidents almost feels like a different kind of coming out. It’s a recognition of the homophobia that still runs rampant and threatens our safety.I’m also very aware that as a cisgender, white, able-bodied, middle class man, I experience a privilege that affords me a certain level of protection that is not shared amongst the wider LGBT community. And in my day-to-day life I’m lucky to be surrounded by supportive friends, family and colleagues who love me for me and stand up for me when I’m hurt.‘LGBT people are still not free to be themselves’So what happened last night is a painful reminder of the fact that even in central London in 2018, LGBT people are still not free to be themselves. And for anyone who might still be wondering, yes we still damn well need Pride.This hate and violence should also help bring our community together. I think sometimes we can be too complacent about the progress we’ve made and spend too much time tearing each other down. The LGBT community is so beautiful, diverse and strong. Everyday, I feel immensely proud to be a part of it. But we are still under attack.If we could be a little kinder to one another, watch each other’s backs a little more, there’s nothing we can’t achieve – together.Jeff Ingold is the communications manager at Stonewall. Follow him on Twitter.Read more:31 mighty photos from London queer festival Mighty Hoopla Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . A gay guy was attacked with rocks after leaving queer music festival Mighty Hoopla in London. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Jeff Ingold went to Mighty Hoopla Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Teens yelled homophobic slurs and pelted Jeff Ingold, the communications director at Stonewall, with rocks.Attacked with rocks after Mighty HooplaThis is what Jeff has to say:Last night, I was walking to the corner store with some friends and we passed a group of teenagers. We had just come from a queer music festival, so we were coated in glitter and I had on my best hot pink crop top. The teenagers started following us, yelling homophobic slurs and began to throw rocks at us.Two of which hit me in the back of the head.I was shocked, hurt, enraged, but most of all, I felt embarrassed. Not just because of what happened, but because I was with other people who witnessed it and were also being harassed. A wave of shame, humiliation and powerlessness swept over me. I wanted to run away, be alone and cry.But instead, my friends and I kept walking, got what we needed from the store and made our way back. In case they were still out, we walked on the opposite side of the road. This time, we passed a group of men who began hurling homophobic abuse at us, saying things like we should be killed.‘It’s demeaning and completely dehumanizing’It’s really hard to put into words that it feels like when these things happen. To be attacked for simply trying to exist and be yourself. It’s demeaning and completely dehumanising.But I think what’s harder is to accept and expect that this kind of thing will happen at some point. It feels like an inevitable consequence of living in a society that continues to position heterosexuality as the norm. Violence is a fact of queer life. ‘Growing Up Gay’ shows why LGBTI kids need better Sex-EdTwo men hurl homophobic abuse on bus full of people coming back from Dublin PrideGay couple attacked for ‘holding hands’ after leaving Edinburgh gay clubRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/gay-guy-attacked-with-rocks-after-leaving-queer-festival-mighty-hoopla/last_img read more

Using Analytics to Improve Productivity

first_imgFeature | Analytics Software | July 03, 2014 | Raissa Rocha Using Analytics to Improve Productivity Data mining tools give practices a better look at their records and opportunities to improve Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 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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News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more Along with the growing amount of data being collected in electronic medical records (EMR) and other information repositories is the growing need to dissect and analyze that data fast and efficiently. With hospitals and practices looking to maximize efficiencies and optimize quality within their operations, having a set of analytics tools can be a key strategy for moving forward with an evolving healthcare environment.“With analytics, we can get a lot more information that we can use in adjusting our workflow or our policies,” said Nabile Safdar, M.D., director of imaging informatics and a radiologist at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. “We just didn’t have access to all that information before.”Identifying Key Reports and Reducing Turnaround TimesSafdar and other radiologists read for all modalities including computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, X-ray, nuclear imaging and interventional radiology at Children’s National, as well as a select few other sites including an outpatient center. The staff sees about 120,000 cases per year, according to Safdar, and has been using Montage Search and Analytics since 2011 to track such data. The solution is a data mining and analytics tool that can utilize information in an EMR or radiology information system (RIS) and leverage it to “enable levels of understanding not previously available,” according to Montage’s website.Safdar said analytics tools have helped improve productivity in his department in a variety of ways. Probably one of the biggest impacts was the ease in which reports could be compiled. “We wanted to be able to have more information for quality improvement purposes,” he said. “Although we could certainly run reports in a traditional manner with a database query, we found that cumbersome and a little bit too tedious for us to be able to retrieve the information we wanted in an integrative way.”Now, the staff at Children’s National has the ability to “ask questions” and have the information “at our fingertips,” said Safdar. The questions can range anywhere from how many cases a radiologist has read to what types of pathologies are studied. One of the key items that analytics has supported since its implementation is clinical research. “With Montage, we were able to identify, retrospectively, cases of interest for our research studies. We were also able to find the best cases for teaching purposes, to teach medical students, residents and fellows,” Safdar noted.Using analytics has also helped radiologists reduce turnaround times, he added. With information readily available that can shed light on turnaround times by month, radiologist or modality, Children’s National has been able to reduce the overall average turnaround time and track strategies that may have helped accomplish that, such as implementing new technologies or workflow changes. “We want to be able to reduce the maximum ceiling of any given report,” Safdar said. “Now we can get that information very easily and provide specific feedback to physicians about their turnaround times.”Improving Quality, Closing the Data LoopRadiology Imaging Associates (RIA) is a radiology practice in Denver that employs a variety of proprietary and vendor-purchased analytics tools to mine the data in its systems. Given the scope of RIA’s practice (hospital imaging in Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska as well as outpatient imaging in the Denver metro area) the amount of data can be overwhelming without the tools to efficiently access it.“We’ve identified information and analytics as a key differentiator,” said Jonathan Kalstein, chief administrative officer and chief financial officer for Radiology Imaging Associates and Invision Sally Jobe, also in Denver. “Montage is one of many tools that we employ to better understand our business and how we interact with patients, referring physicians, hospital partners and payers.”RIA has been using Montage Search and Analytics at RIA since mid-2013, and Kalstein said the ability to search and access millions of records in seconds is critically important. “We use our data to try to improve what we’re doing and try to identify ways we can improve our interactions with our customers,” he said. “We see this data as extremely important and it has historically been more difficult to access.”Currently RIA is leveraging analytics to focus on quality improvements at the practice. “Analytics has allowed us to take better advantage of the information in our voice recognition system and structured reporting to measure how we are doing and to identify where we can improve,” said Kalstein. “We continuously try to identify ways in which we can improve our interactions, whether it is to better serve our patients, hospitals and referring physicians, or to receive payments more quickly and effectively.”Developing “end-to-end” data is one of the areas of focus for RIA, added Kalstein. “From the moment a patient hits our radar, to when we receive payment from them, we’re trying to close that loop so we can see the end-to-end interaction and understand that better.”Market SolutionsThe market for analytics solutions continues to evolve. GE Healthcare announced in January it is acquiring API Healthcare, a provider of healthcare workforce management software and analytics solutions headquartered in Hartford, Wis. API’s solutions include staffing and scheduling, patient classification, payroll, time and attendance, business analytics and more, and the company was rated by KLAS as having the top time and attendance solution from 2002-2012, and the top staffing and scheduling solution in 2012. API’s offerings are expected to complement GE Healthcare’s current hospital operations management portfolio, which gives hospitals real-time access to operational data.Intelerad Medical Systems announced in November its Intelerad Analytics solution, which the company featured at the 2013 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). Offering a comprehensive view of real-time performance metrics, the solution provides instant access to information through tailored dashboards and reports, eliminating the need to manually compile and cross-analyze large quantities of data. The module can be available from any location, allowing performance to be monitored at any time.“We had the data before, we just didn’t have access to it,” concluded Safdar. “I frequently look at the dashboards for the radiology practice, or my own personal dashboard to see how I’m doing. It’s that kind of feedback that I need to be able to make myself a better radiologist.” FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Related Content News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read morelast_img read more

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first_img Let’s face it, vendor neutral archive (VNA) is a hot topic these days and one you cannot avoid. Unfortunately, and much like the overly used and tiring buzzword “cloud,” the term VNA becomes a nebulous descriptor when comparing multi-vendor platform offerings. Although a gut feeling instinct to drive or kill this new initiative is immediately felt (visceral experience), driving an “apples-to-apples” RFP process can become a daunting task of fine print and between-the-lines exercises. Others may defer to their existing vendor for the solutions that may leave them without the feature, functions or future capabilities they will need. These line-level details generally result in blurry vision, scratching heads and scrambling for the best technical translator scrounged up from the nearest IT closet. Without a firm expectation of what your shiny new VNA could and (more importantly) should do, implementations can produce three very different results.•   Wasteful — unutilized or unneeded functionality•  Deficient — missing or misrepresented functionality•  Optimal — a highly effective and utilized imaging archiveWorse yet, implementing a solution that is both wasteful and deficient can be irreconcilable without considerable additional cost, time and inconvenience. To avoid a potential career-ending move, understanding exactly what a full VNA can provide is critical for defining the success criteria of your implementation. Cost is always a consideration, but at this stage you’ve already gambled heavily (hopefully not struggling with unfavorable results) or looking to drive initiatives by virtue of vendor comparison.Let’s first look at critical top-level capabilities you should expect from the new system. No single capability outweighs another and all must be considered when validating a full VNA platform. A top-down perspective will help identify if the platform is truly a VNA more easily than getting lost in feature functionality. As a side note for future exploration, if a feature does not fit within a high-level capability, it’s a “value-add” and outside of the scope of a core VNA offering. “Value-add” functionality may be important, but not to serve as a distraction from core competency of the system. Every full VNA should have the following high-level capabilities: •     S — Scalability•     I — Interoperability•     M — ManageabilityNow, let’s distill the three individual capabilities into easily digestible feature functionality.Scalability — Expanding With theImaging Horizon Infrastructure. Infrastructure scalability is now a well-understood methodology that should contain virtualization capability, high availability for business continuity, and a system’s ability to attach additional cost-effective storage media with nominal impact to the operating environment. Infrastructure scalability also includes the ability to add these media types (such as performance-driven hierarchical storage capabilities) in accordance with access and retention requirements of the data contained on the media. Deploying or scaling the VNA hardware platform allows administrators to openly conform to procurement standards while taking advantage of economies of scale present in the current enterprise environment. This is a major benefit when considering the maintenance and support of proprietary and inflexible storage methods deployed within common picture archiving and communication system (PACS) environments. Departmental. Although scalability is commonly assumed as a platform’s ability to expand based on the infrastructure growth and utilization, scalability must also include the ability to span areas of operational needs. The continual push for an economically viable and consolidated storage solution for the entire enterprise imaging platform requires the VNA must be able to handle imaging beyond radiology. The misconception that “images” reside only within the radiology practice is finally giving way to appreciation for all other practices producing image objects. These image objects include not only modality captured images, but scanned documents, non-diagnostic device imagery (mobile and ancillary devices) and other “images” captured with an image-based format. Together, this means the VNA storage methodology must be able to scale with future imaging infrastructure expansion as well as digesting new specialties introduced to the system. All of this while sustaining an interchangeable platform for workflow management, image acquisition and storage, and viewing capabilities without the need for continual data format conversion or interfacing.Interoperability — Stratifying Your TechnologyArchitecture. Although it’s critical to maintain a scalable environment across the imaging enterprise, ensuring existing systems can interact efficiently is key to interoperability. A full VNA’s modular approach to interoperability allows for a stratified technology structure with the VNA sitting at the core of the system. This provides architects and administrators the capability to layer enterprise technology based on interconnectivity requirements, system criticality, lifecycle management and frequency of instances of the attached modules. The diagram above represents how the VNA sits in respect to other components within a layered model. Simply stated, the VNA provides the highest criticality, least frequent replacement and least instances present within the environment. Exploiting the stratified model and interoperability allows for modular addition or deletion of technologies further down in the layers with nominal impact to the core imaging structure. Interfacing. To accomplish interoperability, a VNA must maintain open standards and a hardware agnostic approach. Open standards simply mean a system’s capability to interact between open source systems and propriety systems, seamlessly. Regardless of existing infrastructure components and imaging systems, the VNA must act as a single point of integration by employing interface methods suitable to exchange data between all systems. A full VNA must be capable of a broad assortment of interoperability such as IHE (XDS), CMIS, file exchange, Web DAV, HL7, DICOM and vendor APIs. Image Viewing. Viewing of acquired images is accomplished by providing a flexible method for presenting DICOM and non-DICOM data to the end user. Typical DICOM viewers (radiology for example) contain robust toolsets unique to the diagnostic imaging practice. But, these tools may not be effective or desired for images retained by cardiology departments or labs, for instance. These practices may require unique DICOM and non-DICOM viewers that can access and display images with viewer preferences evolved in accordance with the specific use case. A full VNA accomplishes this with three methods:1.   A unified viewer integration2.  Best of breed third party DICOM viewer integration3.  Fully integrated viewer for DICOM and non-DICOM objectsIt is important to note that the viewer implementation process must be approached respectfully. A viewer change can be highly disruptive and requires clinical participation in vetting the viewer capabilities with buy-in before full implementation. Fortunately, an outstanding benefit of the Unified Viewer is its capability to attach to an existing PACS system, allowing medical personnel to assess its capabilities prior to VNA implementation. However, a universal viewer may not yet satisfy all viewing requirements. Fully vetting additional diagnostic viewers may still be required depending on the environment. This reinforces the VNA’s stratified design to support modular viewer deployment.Manageability — Controlling Your DataData Ingestion. While Scalability and Interoperability provide the platform for storage and interfacing, a full VNA must contain key management features to efficiently handle the role of center of the imaging enterprise (central storage archive). The VNA must have the capability of not only DICOM standard routing and prefetching, but also record set management such as normalization, de-duplication, retention, disposition and resource allocation. Keep this in mind while appreciating that the VNA must stay true to ingesting image objects without intervention or manipulation of the source images. A specific yet arguable functionality is tag morphing. Tag morphing can be essential to ensure unique data ingested with images can still be accessible by native systems that produce them, while providing the data in the correct context for foreign systems. No small feat and impossible task for a closed architecture PACS. Neither is ingesting images and data from a multitude of enterprise systems while creating an effective index for efficient access. This necessary VNA functionality provides normalization of patient data and record identifiers across the enterprise to create a cohesive patient portfolio. The VNA must have the ability to manage this data, present it to the end user and native system in a context the receiving device understands, while constantly updating record sets in accordance to changes made anywhere in enterprise. Lifecycle Management. Now that record sets have been systematically indexed and managed, the task of ensuring image lifecycle management (ILM) is possible within the VNA itself. The multitude of data sources ingested by the VNA means ILM capabilities can be extensive. This is critical now that the VNA is ingesting larger and greater image sets from advanced imaging technologies and the addition of ancillary image capture. The VNA should take full advantage of hierarchical storage allocation, compression capabilities, and image retention and disposition, all manageable from an ergonomic and intuitive graphical user interface.Stabilizing Today While Enabling TomorrowIn summary, selecting the right VNA platform can be a daunting process. Ensuring the platform contains core VNA features and functionality is critical to the success of the implementation and return on investment. Without a clear expectation of what those features should be, a misinformed decision could lead to a costly and resource-intensive mistake. A VNA platform, when correctly implemented with the right team, will provide years of service and scalability to match the demands of an expanding imaging infrastructure. Maintaining a high-level view of core capabilities expected from a VNA prevents wading around in a minutia of feature functionality.  itnDave Whitney is a senior executive at Ascendian Healthcare Consulting and a frequent contributor to the subject of Health Information Technology.  FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 PreviousNext Feature | November 06, 2014 | Dave Whitney VNA for the CIO A top-down view of what to expect from a VNAlast_img read more

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first_imgThe number of foreign tourist visits to North Eastern States has increased from 66,302 to 84,820 in 2013 and further to 118,552 in 2014.Rs 144.68 crore funds released for North Eastern Region in 2014-15. Rs 34.68 crore more than actual sanctioned amount of 110 crore in 2014-15. A total of 10% of the plan allocation of the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India is earmarked for North Eastern States. Of the funds allocated to the Ministry.The Ministry of Tourism has launched two new plan schemes ‘Swadesh Darshan for integrated development of Circuits around specific themes’ and ‘PRASAD for National Mission on Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Augmentation Drive’. They are Coastal Circuit, Buddhist Circuit, North East India Circuit, Himalayan Circuit and Krishna Circuit identified under Swadesh Darshan Scheme initially. Seven more circuits viz. Desert Circuit, Spiritual Circuit, Ramayana Circuit, Tribal Circuit, Eco Circuit, Wild Life Circuit and Rural Circuit have recently been identified under the scheme. Under PRASAD scheme 12 cities have been identified. Kamakhaya in Assam features under PRASAD scheme.Further, following initiatives are also been taken by the Government to promote tourism in North Eastern Region:(i) Provision of complimentary space to the North Eastern States in India Pavilions set up at major International Travel Fairs and Exhibitions.(ii) 100% Central financial assistance for organising fairs and festivals is allowed to the North Eastern States.(iii) Ministry of Tourism, as part of its on-going activities, annually releases print, electronic, online and outdoor media campaigns in the international and domestic markets, under the Incredible India brand-line, to promote various tourism destinations and products of the country, including the lesser known destinations which have tourism potential. The Ministry of Tourism undertakes special campaigns on NE Region on TV channels to promote tourism in the regions.(iv) International Tourism Mart (ITM) are organised annually with the objective of showcasing the largely untapped tourism potential of North East region in the domestic and international markets.The project ‘Integrated Cable-Car and Lakeside Tourism Development Project at Loktak Lake, Manipur’ has been sanctioned during 2013-14 for the State Government of Manipur at an amount of Rs 20.35 crore under Large Revenue Generating Scheme. Under this scheme, funds are allocated under Public-Private-Partnership.last_img read more

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