While the United Nations mission in Timor-Leste has successfully assisted the country in maintaining stability and order, it is not certain whether the Government will be able to put all necessary structures in place before the UN’s departure next year, Secretary-General Kofi Annan says in a new report released today.”Recognizing that security and stability are a prerequisite for the rehabilitation and development on Timor-Leste, UNMISET [UN Mission of Support in East Timor] and the entities of the United Nations system are intensifying their efforts to address key institutional challenges,” Mr. Annan reports to the General Assembly.He says the UN and its various agencies and partners continue to take the necessary measures to ensure that national security and governance structures are in place and functioning satisfactorily when UNMISET completes its mission mandate.”However, it is not certain at the present stage whether the Government of Timor-Leste will be able to achieve those goals completely before the departure of UNMISET in May 2004,” the Secretary-General notes.Covering the period from July 2002 to July 2003, the report highlights the assistance provided in building the public administration’s capacity to respond to the evolving security situation and emerging development requirements. It also examines humanitarian relief efforts, particularly in justice, agriculture, health, education and infrastructure rehabilitation.Mr. Annan says the UNMISET police component continues to transfer its authority to the National Police Force of Timor-Leste (PNTL); however, “significant challenges remain to be faced in strengthening the PNTL and building its capacity to assume sole responsibility for law enforcement in Timor-Leste.”Efforts have also been made to develop the police force as a viable law-and-order organ, including successful capacity-building workshops “which sought to bring the PNTL into line with internationally accepted standards of policing,” he writes.
by David Bauder, The Associated Press Posted Oct 29, 2013 2:24 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – The Al-Jazeera America cable news network, which has attracted little viewer interest during its first two months on the air, announced a deal Tuesday that will give it a significant presence in the country’s two largest television markets.The network said the Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks systems have agreed to add Al-Jazeera America to their lineups over the next six months in New York and Los Angeles, as well as Dallas.Between that deal, and others that have not been announced, Al-Jazeera will increase its reach from 45 million to 55 million homes, said Ehab Al Shihabi, the network’s interim CEO. Probably more important than the numbers is getting exposure in the media industry capitals of New York and Los Angeles.“This is what America needs,” Al Shihabi said. “It needs an informative news channel.”So far, most TV viewers aren’t aware of that need. Al-Jazeera America is averaging 14,000 viewers each night in prime time this month, the Nielsen company said. By contrast, Fox News Channel is averaging 1.86 million in prime time, MSNBC has 795,000 and CNN has 576,000 viewers.Al-Shihabi said that Al-Jazeera America will launch an advertising and marketing effort this month, primarily to educate potential viewers where to find it. The executive said he constantly hears from people interested in watching who have no idea where to find the network locally.“Come, watch it, taste it, and let’s get your feedback,” he said.Al-Jazeera America is the English-language counterpart to the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network. Al-Jazeera bought out Al Gore’s Current TV network to find a place on the television dial in many markets across the country.Al-Shihabi said he plans to add new American bureaus over the next six months, most likely in Boston and Atlanta, to add to the 12 it already operates. He also said he anticipates adding some 70 to 80 new jobs.The network’s goal is to be in 70 million homes by the end of 2014, he said. In the next few months, it will start a new morning news program, a weekly sports show and multiple documentary series. Time Warner deal gives Al-Jazeera America presence in top markets including NYC, Los Angeles
HOUSTON — The Cleveland Browns have done a great job of protecting Baker Mayfield recently, and have the longest active streak in the NFL by not allowing a sack in 125 snaps.Things will get more difficult for the Browns (4-6-1) on Sunday when they visit the Houston Texans (8-3) and their defence led by pass-rushing stars J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney. Watt is tied for second in the NFL with 11 1/2 sacks and has 19 quarterback hits, and Clowney has seven sacks and 15 quarterback hits.“I have a job to do and that’s my job to go out there and hopefully end that streak,” Watt said. “They’ve obviously been doing a good job. It’s going to be a good battle.”Mayfield, who hasn’t been sacked in two games, said he’s watched Watt play since the quarterback was in high school and knows he’ll have to account for him and Clowney on every play.“I have to get it out very quick,” Mayfield said. “They have two of the best defensive ends in the league. That is not discrediting any of the other guys, but they are talented. The emphasis has to be on getting the ball out, which we have been trying to do these past weeks. We have to keep doing it.”The Texans know the key to stretching their franchise-record winning streak to nine games will be slowing down Mayfield, the top overall pick in this year’s draft. Mayfield has 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions in eight starts this season and is coming off a season-best four touchdown performance in Cleveland’s 35-20 win at Cincinnati last week.“Baker’s a winner,” Houston coach Bill O’Brien said. “He’s a competitor, very accurate, has a great instinct for the game, excellent ability to keep plays alive. I can just tell you we hold him in very high regard.”While Houston attempts to contain Mayfield, the Browns will try and limit the Texans’ young quarterback Deshaun Watson, who is also coming off a good game. Watson threw two touchdown passes and ran for a career-high 70 yards and a score in a 34-17 win over Tennessee on Monday.Cleveland interim coach Gregg Williams has been impressed with Watson’s improvement in his second season after playing just seven games as a rookie before suffering a season-ending knee injury.“I think the game’s slowing down for him,” Williams said. “You can see that he’s more relaxed. He never did show any stress or panic, but you can see he’s more comfortable in what he’s doing … you can see as the season’s gone on, each week he’s more and more comfortable with how he’s playing physically (and) mentally.”Some things to look for when the Browns visit the Texans:RUNNING WILDThe Texans are averaging the fourth-most yards rushing a game in the NFL after running for a franchise-record 281 yards on Monday night. Lamar Miller led the way with 162 yards rushing and a 97-yard touchdown against the Titans. The 27-year-old Miller is having a solid season after being slowed by minor injuries last year. He has three 100-yard rushing games after not rushing for more than 75 yards in a game last season.“(Miller) is hitting the hole and he is hitting it fast and violent, and he is breaking arm tackles,” Browns linebacker Joe Schobert said. “There are linebackers and D-line are in the holes and just trying to reach out trying to bring him down. He is running through it, and you see he has the speed to take it all the way to the house like we saw the other day.”ROAD WOESCleveland’s win at Cincinnati last week snapped a 25-game road losing streak and was its first victory away from Cleveland since Oct. 11, 2015. Now the Browns will try to win consecutive road games in a season for the first time since they beat San Francisco and Pittsburgh on Sept. 21 and Oct. 5, 2003.While the Browns have been terrible on the road, they haven’t been much better at home. Sunday’s victory marked the first time they’d won two straight games overall since 2014, when they won three in a row.QB REUNIONOnce foes, Watson and Mayfield are now friends.The quarterbacks will have an on-field reunion Sunday, meeting for the first time since the 2016 Orange Bowl when Watson led Clemson to a 37-17 win over Mayfield and the Oklahoma Sooners. Watson and Mayfield are part of the NFL’s next wave of star quarterbacks, and the pair already shares a mutual respect.“He’s going to have a bright future, a bright career, win a lot of games, win championships and do a lot of things for himself and that organization,” Watson said of Mayfield. “I’m a big Baker fan and everything that he has been doing for a long time. It’s going to be very exciting to see him pregame and compete against him. I’ll talk to him later this week and probably jersey swap with him.”The Browns passed on a chance to draft Watson in 2017. But if they had taken him, Mayfield would be elsewhere. As he develops, Cleveland’s rookie QB has been impressed with what Watson has already accomplished.“Deshaun is an incredible quarterback, incredible athlete, a great leader,” Mayfield said. “He’s been playing at a very high level. He’s a huge reason why they’ve won eight in a row. It’s always great to play great competition. You always look forward to that.”___AP Sports Writer Tom Withers contributed to this report.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLKristie Rieken, The Associated Press
The Ohio State baseball team celebrates its victory against Xavier March 19 at Bill Davis Stadium. OSU won, 10-3.Credit: Sam Harrington / Lantern photographerWith Big Ten play looming, the Ohio State baseball team appears to be starting to play their best ball of the season.Playing under a gray sky for most of the evening, the Buckeyes (13-6, 0-0) came out shining and rolled to their fifth-straight victory, defeating Xavier, 10-3, Wednesday.The game featured two freshman starting pitchers on the bump with the Musketeers’ (11-7, 0-0) Trent Astle going against the Buckeyes’ Tanner Tully.Tully, starting his first collegiate game, began with a commanding five-pitch first inning. Astle wasn’t so lucky.Sophomore infielder Troy Kuhn was batting first for the Buckeyes and, on the second pitch he saw, smacked a homerun over the left field wall. The shot was Kuhn’s fourth of the year, good enough to lead the team.“I’m seeing the ball real well,” Kuhn said. “I keep getting good pitches to hit … taking advantage of other teams mistakes.”With runners on second and third and still no outs, freshman outfielder Ronnie Dawson had an RBI groundout and sophomore infielder Zach Ratcliff followed with an RBI single to give the Buckeyes a quick 3-0 lead.Astle found himself in another jam to begin the second. With the bases loaded and nobody out, sophomore infielder Jacob Bosiokovic hit a sac fly to deep center that plated two. Junior outfielder Pat Porter followed with a sac fly of his own to score another and give Tully a six-run lead to work with.The freshman responded, going five innings with five hits on no runs scored. When Tully had Musketeers in scoring position, he turned up the heat to keep them at bay.“It was good just to go in there and throw strikes and keep the defense in it,” Tully said. “I throw a little bit harder, hit my spots a little bit more (with runners in scoring position) and make sure they don’t score.”Coach Greg Beals was impressed enough with Tully’s first start to say he would probably be the Sunday starter this weekend.“There was no question in my mind he was capable of starting and capable of doing what he did,” Beals said. “To put five zeros up like that, though, was sure good to see … in our meeting tomorrow there’s a pretty good chance we decide Tanner Tully is our Sunday starter this weekend.”The Musketeers scored one in the sixth and two more in eighth to give them a chance, but the offense rose to the occasion and responded with four runs of their own in the eighth.Redshirt-senior reliever Tyler Giannonatti recorded the final four outs to give him his first save of the season and keep the Buckeyes perfect at home so far.The win streak has been an enjoyable one for the Buckeyes, but they know it isn’t time to get complacent.“We’re pretty happy (with where we are), but this is where our mission starts,” Kuhn said. “We want to come out hot.”The Buckeyes are next scheduled to Friday when the Michigan State Spartans come to town. First pitch at Bill Davis Stadium is set for 6:05 p.m.
The last surviving Briton who fought with the International Brigades of volunteers against the fascists in Spain’s civil war has died, aged 98.Stan Hilton, who jumped ship as a 19-year-old merchant seaman to join up, passed away on Friday, the International Brigade Memorial Trust reported.“The Spanish people needed help. It was the right thing to do,” he would later explain of his decision to abandon his naval post in the 1936-39 civil war.From the Mediterranean port of Alicante, Mr Hilton made his way to Albacete in La Mancha, where he enlisted with the British Battalion of the 15 International Brigade. He fought in the fierce battle for the city of Teruel, eastern Spain, before his battalion was routed by Gen Franco’s forces.“It was every man for himself,” Mr Hilton recalled of the chaotic retreat in which he managed to reach Barcelona, still held by forces loyal to the republic. He sailed home and later served in Britain’s merchant navy throughout the Second World War. Mr Hilton, originally from Newhaven, Sussex, emigrated to Australia with his family in 1956. He died in a nursing home near Melbourne. Volunteers from countries around the world travelled to Spain to join what for many was an ideological struggle against the growing threat of fascism.The war ended in victory for the nationalists and began Franco’s four-decade-long military dictatorship. Jim Jump, of the trust, said Britain had lost the last of a generation of heroes.“Stan and the other volunteers will go down in history as the first British soldiers to confront Hitler and Mussolini on the battlefield. In doing so, they also set an unequalled example of international solidarity and anti-fascism,” he said. Update: Since this article was first published, it has emerged that Stan Hilton was not the last surviving Briton to have fought against the fascists in the Spanish civil war. Geoffrey Servante, 98, a former mechanic in the merchant navy, fought for almost two years of the 1936-39 conflict and is now living in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire.His involvement was confirmed by the International Brigade Memorial Trust. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Franco’s side received military assistance from Hitler and Mussolini, but the republicans’ pleas for help fell on deaf ears across western Europe.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCH&PA plans to have all squatters relocated- CEOMay 15, 2018In “latest news”House lot payment fraud: CH&PA not in favour of compensating fraud victim(s)August 14, 2017In “Local News”Relocation of Broad & Lombard streets squatters postponed till October- CH&PAFebruary 6, 2018In “latest news” The Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) has warned that it will soon repossess lands from those private developers, and house lot beneficiaries, who have breached their agreements, the Government Information Agency (GINA) said earlier today.This comes as the CH&PA moves to pave the way for the development of more low and middle-income housing solutions for Guyanese.Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) Lelon SaulChief Executive Officer (CEO) of the CH&PA Lelon Saul said that the authority is set to go after those developers, who acquired vast tracts of lands under the previous administration, but have since failed to develop them.“We are currently engaging these developers. We are encouraging them to develop those lands, to live up to the agreement of sale, and I should say that in some cases it is likely that we would move to repossess some of those lands,” Saul said at CH&PA’S mid-year press conference on Monday.He pointed out that many of these private developers still owed CH&PA money and this would make it easier for the authority to repossess the lands. Saul said that authority has commenced the repossession process, “I can tell you that I would have instructed our corporate secretary to initiate actions to repossess lands from private developers who have failed to deliver.”CH&PA has also forwarded many of the developers’ agreements to the Attorney General’s (AG’s) Chambers for legal consideration before engaging the other defaulters. This was done after a review of the agreements was conducted by CH&PA’s corporate secretary, Hannifah Jordan, according to GINA.GINA said, the CH&P is also going after those persons, who, in an attempt to defraud the system obtained more than one government house lot. Based on CH&PA’s allocation policy, a person is only entitled to own one property or lot from the government.CH&PA’s Operation Director, Denise King-Tudor explained once the authority establishes that someone is the owner of more than one government house lot, they will move to repossess one of the lots, in accordance with their repossession policy.
The news PSG Handball coach Zvonimir Noka Serdarusic doesn’t waste his time on his new job. Newcomer from Denmark is experienced left back, but mainly defensive specialist Henrik Mollgaard who signed contract for the upcoming season. The 30 years-old Danish NT member has great experience of playing for the national team since 2013, but also in his domestic team Skjern, with whom he won three times national Championship.Mollgaard will mainly cover the empty space due injury of William Accambray, who will be out for a while. henrik mollgaardPSG Handball ← Previous Story Fifth fantastic goalkeeper’s summer was held in Makarska Next Story → VELUX EHF CL 2015/2016 draw tonight – Barca and Kiel lead the pots
WHAT’S THE STORY?1. FORMER ANGLO boss David Drumm will face questioning about alleged fraud as his bankruptcy trial gets underway tomorrow. IBRC has filed a document with a list of alleged ”acts of fraud, misrepresentations, concealments, transfers or other predicate acts”. Source: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland!2. WHATEVER PEOPLE might say about disingenuous politicians, most readers who answered our poll today said they’ve lied to politicians more than once themselves. Giving them a taste of their own medicine, are we? 3. THOUSANDS OF people are fleeing the Balkans after Bosnia’s worst floods in a century killed at least 47 people. There are now fears that dead bodies and animal carcasses could lead to disease outbreaks. Source: AP/Press Association Images4. IT’LL BE nothing compared to what’s going on in Bosnia, but Met Éireann has warned we’re facing “very intense rain, thundery downpours” and spot flooding. Pack away the sun cream and break out the wellies again. Source: Someecards5. IN THE last of our European candidate interviews, Luke Ming Flanagan – never one to mince his words – said he’s done dealing with the monkey, he want’s to deal with the organ grinder from now on. Source: mountainviewgallery via YouTubeCatch up on the rest of today’s stories>
Dan Cohen AUTHOR Leaders from the Navy, Georgia Power and the Georgia Public Service Commission on Monday celebrated the opening of a $75 million, 30-megawatt solar array at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga.Now operational, this 254-acre solar farm contains approximately 133,000 solar photovoltaic panels and is delivering energy to the installation and the surrounding community at or below the company’s avoided cost, according to a Navy news release. Georgia Power completed the project in less than a year.The solar generation facility is the first completed by Georgia Power in collaboration with the Navy and joins a similar 30-megwatt on-base solar facility recently completed at Fort Benning. The utility is currently developing more than 150 megawatts of solar generation to serve the state’s electric customers through projects with the Navy and Army. In addition to the new arrays at Kings Bay and Fort Benning, Georgia Power is building solar facilities at Fort Gordon, Fort Stewart and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, according to the utility.“Ensuring our installations have secure, reliable, resilient and affordable energy is critical for continuous operations. Working with an innovator like Georgia Power enables the Department of the Navy to achieve its missions and energy efficiency goals,” Rear Adm. Mary Jackson, commander of Navy Region Southeast, said at the ribbon cutting.
Both cartoons from the Avatar universe (Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra) are now, unfortunately, over. However, Nickelodeon’s beloved mythology of magic karate and cabbage merchants still lives on as an ongoing Dark Horse graphic novel series. At NYCC, we got to check in on Avatar’s and Korra’s comic book continuations.The Last Airbender series from writer Gene Yang and artist duo Gurihiru has been slowly bridging the time gap between the two series since 2012. The latest graphic novel trilogy, North, and South details new internal strife at the Southern Water Tribe. Details from these books are already out there, including their release dates throughout early 2017, but at the panel, we did learn how the series calls back to an early visual from the very beginning of the show: the frozen Fire Nation warship.More exciting was the sneak peek at the new Legend of Korra comics coming in June 2017. The panelists, including the voice of Korra herself Janet Varney, were sure to mention how much social media buzz the news caused. This series, written by Korra co-creator Mike DiMartino and illustrated by Irene Koh, is an official sequel to the cartoon. We saw early pages depicting Korra and Asami’s vacation in the Spirit World (complete with Dragonbirds and weird mushrooms), an event hinted at in the series finale. Also hinted at in that finale is Korra and Asami’s romance. But while the Nickelodeon cartoon may not have been able to show the two women kiss, according to an answer at the Q+A, the comic book just might have that freedom.AdChoices广告Finally, both series will also be receiving adult coloring books. The Last Airbender coloring book hits later this month, and the audience got a sample page. The Korra coloring book arrives next July. An “adult” coloring book based on a children’s cartoon may seem like the height of self-infantilization, but as a deep Avatar fan, I can’t deny how lovely the art is. Also on the way is a poster book of Korra art. The audience even got to give input on what scenes should be included.The Avatar NYCC panel was light on news but heavy on fan enthusiasm. There was even some trivia. There’s still a lot to learn about the future of Korra in comic book form, including the mysterious new villain, but I’m more excited than ever to return to this world.
Citation: End-Permian mass extinction may have been driven by an ocean teeming with life (2015, August 7) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-08-end-permian-mass-extinction-driven-ocean.html Scientists have speculated that during the Permian period, venting of oceanic hydrogen sulfide gas killed off most eukaryotes and allowed oceanic prokaryotes to flourish. An international collaborative of researchers has conducted an analysis of the chemistry embedded in oceanic geologic formations, providing new geochemical evidence for this theory. The study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, links the end-Permian mass extinction event with climate change, geologic weathering, and widespread marine anoxia as a result of biogeochemical sulfur and carbon cycles.The reduction of sulfates in the ocean by microbes is an important pillar of the sulfur cycle. Most of the hydrogen sulfide in the ocean is reoxidized, with a fraction buried in sediment. Release from the sediment is another important factor, affecting sulfide formation and reactive iron availability. A notable increase in hydrogen sulfide would have affected the oceanic environment in a host of complex ways, creating major changes in biodiversity.The current study demonstrates successive enhanced organic matter degradation by microbial sulfate reduction. This produces hydrogen sulfide, which is toxic for most eukaryotes, killing them by interfering with mitochondrial energy production. Rather than a so-called “Strangelove” ocean in which all life dies off, the study proposes a huge reduction of species richness—a decline in marine biodiversity of around 80 percent. Carbonate-associated sulfate isotope data compiled by the researchers demonstrates that widespread euxenic zones resulted in sulfide toxicity, driving the marine biodiversity loss during this period. Under low competition pressure, prokaryotic life rapidly occupied the resulting vacant ecospaces. It’s a remarkable portrait of biological productivity that contradicts the idea of an entirely dead ocean. The researchers note that this scenario also reinforces the idea that life forms influence seawater chemistry. The authors write, “This study also emphasizes that, besides the property of organisms to construct a habitable planet, they can also act as a catalyst for destruction,” noting that marine life would have been quite different with the flourishing of prokaryotes.Geologic data from the Early Triassic that followed records increased sequestration of sulfur sourced from pyrite owing to the lack of eukaryotic organisms that would have irrigated oceanic sediments with O2 via burrowing. These and other processes generated a negative feedback loop of the carbon cycle in which enhanced production and sequestration of organic carbon was stimulated by global warming and rates of chemical weathering. “The prolonged disturbance after the end-Permian mass extinction contradicts a fast return (<100 ky) to predisturbance climate and carbon cycle," the authors note.The authors conclude that post-extinction marine prokaryote domination, particularly the sulfate-reducing microbes, might have exerted enormous influence on the carbon cycle in the Early Triassic, affecting marine conditions and global climate, preventing the planet's recovery for a long period of time. Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. An isotopic analysis of two mass extinction events Stratigraphy and geography. Credit: PNAS 2015 ; published ahead of print August 3, 2015, doi:10.1073/pnas.1503755112 © 2015 Phys.org More information: “Flourishing ocean drives the end-Permian marine mass extinction.” PNAS 2015 ; published ahead of print August 3, 2015, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1503755112AbstractThe end-Permian mass extinction, the most severe biotic crisis in the Phanerozoic, was accompanied by climate change and expansion of oceanic anoxic zones. The partitioning of sulfur among different exogenic reservoirs by biological and physical processes was of importance for this biodiversity crisis, but the exact role of bioessential sulfur in the mass extinction is still unclear. Here we show that globally increased production of organic matter affected the seawater sulfate sulfur and oxygen isotope signature that has been recorded in carbonate rock spanning the Permian−Triassic boundary. A bifurcating temporal trend is observed for the strata spanning the marine mass extinction with carbonate-associated sulfate sulfur and oxygen isotope excursions toward decreased and increased values, respectively. By coupling these results to a box model, we show that increased marine productivity and successive enhanced microbial sulfate reduction is the most likely scenario to explain these temporal trends. The new data demonstrate that worldwide expansion of euxinic and anoxic zones are symptoms of increased biological carbon recycling in the marine realm initiated by global warming. The spatial distribution of sulfidic water column conditions in shallow seafloor environments is dictated by the severity and geographic patterns of nutrient fluxes and serves as an adequate model to explain the scale of the marine biodiversity crisis. Our results provide evidence that the major biodiversity crises in Earth’s history do not necessarily implicate an ocean stripped of (most) life but rather the demise of certain eukaryotic organisms, leading to a decline in species richness. (Phys.org)—The Permian geologic period that ended the Paleozoic era climaxed around 252 million years ago with a sweeping global mass extinction event in which 90 to 95 percent of marine life became extinct. It would take 30 million years for planetary biodiversity to recover. Understanding the contributing factors of the end-Permian mass extinction is critical to understanding and perhaps mitigating the current anthropogenic climate change. Explore further
Paying a unique tribute to the tigers who have played the vital role of the ‘brand ambassadors’ of Indian wildlife, a book namely ‘A Decade with Tigers: Supremacy. Solitude. Stripes’, will be launched in the Capital on October 27.Tigers are symbols of the Indian wilderness and the mesmerizing stripes have long captured imagination of the people. ‘A Decade with Tigers’, written by Shivang Mehta, delves into the changing landscape of tiger photography in India, and contains expert opinions by leading nature photographers on the need for creativity and innovation in the photography. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe book is a photographer’s take on the dramatic rise in the popularity of tigers in the past decade and portrays the national animal in the most magnificent way. Owing to the increasing number of photographers taking interest in documenting the various moods and behaviours of the animal in forests across the country, the tigers have been anthropomorphised, with some of them becoming the ‘tiger icons’ of India.The volume chronicles legendary tiger mothers and male tigers of the past decade, as well as their tales of survival. These tales are complemented by exquisite images by wildlife photographer Shivang Mehta, who has spent thousands of hours on the field. Also showcased is the singular diversity of Indian wildlife through spectacular images of the myriad species that share their home with tigers. The animal is photographed in terrains, ranging from montane forests to the plains of Central India. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveA journalist turned PR professional, with experience in corporate communications, Shivang Mehta’s love of nature eventually made him leave the cosy comforts of the corporate office for the field. He is now an avid traveller and nature photographer. It is his love for the forests of Kumaon, that impels him to choose Corbett as his main area of work. Over the years, Shivang has conducted more than 200 field wildlife photography workshops and is currently an official trainer for Canon India, conducting such workshops in association with Canon across India, Sri Lanka, and Africa. Among the well known names, Valmik Thapar, Naturalist, Conservationist and Author, Ravi Singh, Secretary General and CEO WWF India, Rajesh Bedi, Wildlife photographer and Conservationist, and Mike Pandey, award winning Wildlife Filmmaker and Environmentalist, will be marking their presence at the event.
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SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) — Macedonia changed its asylum law on Thursday to let migrants entering the country illegally avoid jail if they leave within three days.The move follows a series of fatal accidents involving migrants traveling through Macedonia on the way to more prosperous European countries, following dangerous routes to avoid police arrest.Macedonia has become a major transit route for thousands of Middle Eastern and African refugees and migrants who cross over from Greece and then continue into Serbia. At least 25 have been killed by trains since January as they walked on railway tracks. Many others are robbed by criminal gangs. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Sponsored Stories Comments Share The new law approved in parliament on Thursday will come into effect in eight days, and follows pressure from human rights groups. It allows migrants to apply for temporary asylum at the border or the nearest police station. That will allow them to travel legally through the country for three days.Interior Minister Mitko Cavkov told lawmakers that the number of migrants has tripled since last year — with 2,000 to 3,000 people trying to enter every day — and criticized neighboring Greece for letting thousands flow clandestinely across the border. Greece is a major destination for refugees and migrants entering Europe, most of whom cross, in turn, from neighboring Turkey.Macedonia’s ombudsman recently criticized the government over its treatment of migrants, saying they are being held beyond a 30-day legal limit in “degrading and inhumane” conditions. Ixhet Memeti made the comments after visiting a detention center in the capital, Skopje, where more than 500 migrants, including 35 children, were living in squalid conditions, poorly fed, with many sleeping on the floor.Human rights activist Suad Misini, told The Associated Press that the new law didn’t go far enough. 4 must play golf courses in Arizona “The change in the law offers only a partial solution to the problem,” he said, urging authorities to release migrants from the Skopje detention center.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Quick workouts for men
Ongoing pay disputes with the carrier’s engineers union has forced Qantas to ground two more aircraft.Parking the planes from Monday, the carrier said the move would cancel up to 80 domestic flights over the next month and reduce capacity by 20,000 on domestic services.The move comes days after the Australian flag carrier announced it would ground five aircraft to reduce maintenance work as Australian Licenced Engineers Union (ALAEA) members implemented ‘go-slow’ and overtime bans. In total a Qantas statement read that grounding seven aircraft would see the cancellation of up to 500 flights and remove up to 88,000 seats over the next month.Chief executive Alan Joyce explained ongoing bans on overtime work was creating the backlog of maintenance and the airline is lacking the “manpower to full fill all the necessary maintenance on our fleet”. “The industrial action has caused a shortfall of more than 60,000 man hours of maintenance and this is increasing on a daily basis, forcing us to ground aircraft,” the airline’s head said.“If this overtime ban continues, we will be grounding even more aircraft.”Mr Joyce stressed parking aircraft was not an action carried out of safety concerns.Although the ALAEA told the carrier it would hold-off any work-stoppages until 28 October, the day of the airline’s Annual General Meeting, the union said its members could continue to ‘go-slow’ until Christmas.“Work stoppages have now be[sic] cancelled until at least the Qantas AGM when it is likely there will be a longer stoppage in Sydney,” ALAEA federal secretary Steve Purvinas said in an online statement.“Overtime limitations and work to rule remain in place as per notices.”Mr Joyce said he was committed to reaching a deal with the union along with two other unions the carrier is currently in dispute with.He explained that representatives from both parties are meeting up on Thursday to discuss a solution.The airline will also discuss pay with its pilots’ union on 28 October. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J
Like rainbows and bubbles, this is an idea which is almost impossible to explain in writing: we could dither around with phrases such as ‘half-landscape’, ‘snapshot’, and ‘overlay’ for hours without anyone being any the clearer. Fortunately, you can see the images themselves: the richly glorious end product from sketchingcy…The Instagram handle (and Facebook page) of Eleana Chrysanthou Petoussi, sketchingcy has been running for just nine months now, but is already one of Cyprus’ in-the-making social media success stories. The simplicity of the concept, coupled with the universal appeal of the subject matter, makes for a wonderful viewing experience; many of the A5 watercolours are instantly recognisable as the landscapes and architecture of Cyprus: Aphrodite’s Rock, the Archbishop’s Palace, the backstreets of old Nicosia. And though others are, perhaps, less familiar, those cerulean seas, flowered fields, and silvered olive trees nevertheless epitomise the island.“The concept of sketchingcy is based on a combination of both painting and photography of the urban and natural landscapes of Cyprus,” explains Elena. “The general idea is to paint and sketch in different places, and then take photos of the artworks in location. I think it’s a sort of creative approach to familiar places which makes this project both unique and likeable,” she adds.Describing her art as “creative, original, and consistent with quality,” Elena has been painting Cyprus all her life. Even her thesis and Master’s compositions – completed at the Moscow State Academic Art Institute – adhered to the theme: three summer landscapes of the island’s golden fields, and a final nine-metre work on the theme of the Four Seasons of Cyprus.Today, a busy mother and art teacher at private school in Nicosia, and a frequent solo exhibitor at various local galleries, Elena continues her love affair with the island through sketchingcy, even though it’s often difficult to find the time!“Once you get older, your personal time seems to vanish!” Elena laughs. “We find the time for everything else, for our jobs and kids, but we forget about doing those simple things we once loved. That’s where sketchingcy comes in: it’s allowed me to do something of and for myself, practise my ideas all in one project. And, by using watercolours and smaller canvases, each piece can be completed pretty quickly.”In just half an hour or so, Elena can finish a piece, which is then ready to be photographed against the backdrop by which it was inspired. “The first sketch I did on this concept was last June when my husband and I both took a day off from our work routine and hit the road… We ended up at Fig Tree Bay and, while my husband finally found time to start reading a book, I began to sketch the view because I wanted to remember that special day. When I finished, I took a photo of it and spontaneously matched the real horizon with the one on paper. Later that day, I posted this photo on my personal Instagram account and, unexpectedly, it found great support!” Sketchingcy had begun and, by the end of July, the idea of a project promoting Cyprus through art was a reality!Today, with more than 8,000 followers on Instagram, Eleana’s “memories” are a hit with audiences both local and international. “I call them memories because that’s what they are,” she smiles, explaining that each is an instant of time. “I work mostly on location, out in the open, capturing the details of the natural and urban scenery of Cyprus: the light, the colours, the textures, the flowers and trees, the different blues of the sky and how they reflect onto the sea, the greens of the fields, the changes of each season. I love the old houses of Cyprus, the varying regional architecture, and I have a passion for old doors and windows, hand-painted tiles, and the little alleyways of old stone villages.”Painting mostly at the weekend while on family road trips, Eleana enjoys the open-air, public-eye experience. “I’ve lived away from Cyprus for seven autumns, seven winters and seven springs, and being abroad made me appreciate what I left behind! Cyprus is so unique, so different from every other country in the world. For artists, of course, the island has long been an inspiration, providing multiple visual journeys – you can begin in the morning with a sketch of an old city building, drive to the coast to have lunch and paint by the sea, spend the afternoon sketching a mountain church, and end the day with an oil of the sunset! And, of course, working out in the open you get to interact with other people. Children in particular,” she notes, “will come and see what you’re up to. They stare at me painting, and always try to find differences between my sketch and reality, pointing out that I’ve forgotten this cloud or that car!”Not every sketch, however, makes it to the public eye. While Eleana does tend to post and sell the majority of her work (all original illustrations and paintings are for sale, and signed prints, postcards and calendars are available on request) there are still a few that never see the light of online. “I do have some sketches which have been left incomplete!” she laughs. “Sudden changes of scenery or weather, if it’s too cold or too hot. But many of these unfinished sketches are my favourites because they remind me so specifically of an experience, a moment in time.”Capturing moments, creating memories, and posting online has made Eleana a bit of a local Instagram star. And what started as a bit of creative personal time has burgeoned into a great source of pleasure for artist and viewers alike. “I guess my goal with sketchingcy is to bring art into everyday life, to promote Cyprus, and share ideas. Art,” Eleana concludes, “has always been about people, about the public; it’s for everyone. Through the medium of the internet, I’m able to share my love of the island. 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