Nakkash Blurring the religious divide

first_imgAfter giving critically accaimed films like Dozakh in Search of Heaven and Alif, Zaigham Imam is ready to release his third project Nakkash – a story of Muslim craftsman who engraves Gods in temples of Varanasi. Imam says, Nakkash shows the real scenario of human values and the brotherhood in the country. “The film has realistic views of Hindu–Muslims relationship.”In an exclusive interview, the director throws more light on his new film. Read on… Also Read – ‘Will be acting till I die’From where did you get the inspiration for making this film? A few years back, I saw a couple of Muslim craftsmen making absolutely stunning gold and silver engravings on the temple walls. This incident left me speechless as I was really fascinated to see the powerful Hindu-Muslim bond. It was then that I expressed my desire to make a documentary about these craftsmen. However, they denied coming on the camera because of the fear of getting into controversies and losing their job/homes. Also Read – ‘Always looking for that one great love’Then I had the choice to either let the fire of my internal storyteller go off or to pursue it and show a compelling story of unity existing in two communities. The result of that mental wrestle is in front of you in the form of Nakkash. How much time did the making of this film take? It took almost a year for pre-production as I had to think about the designs and the way our sets would look like. Shooting in live temples would have been extremely difficult and hence a lot of effort went in the pre-production. We then shot for about 6-7 weeks. Later, it took over a year to give Nakkash the perfection it needed. Filmmaking is a very tough job and we faced a lot of difficulties during the process. We had to make a balanced film – taking all the facts and figures as well as the feelings of the common people into consideration. With a unique and out-of-the-box concept comes a little risk of box office performance and critical appreciation. What are your expectations from the film? It is not about mainstream cinema or parallel cinema. I believe, there is a risk in everything that you do. But as a filmmaker, when you passionately dream about something, you don’t care about the risk involved. Having said that, I think the mainstream cinema actually has a greater risk because of the big budget. It only depends upon the box office numbers whereas movies like Nakkash always give the satisfaction of fulfilling a social responsibility (by giving a socially relevant message to the people). Even though the box office does matter to all the producers, I feel that if our film gives a new perspective, it will be a true win for the whole team of Nakkash. How is the title relevant to the story? It is the story about a gifted Muslim craftsman (known as Nakkash in Urdu), who uses his talent to engrave the Gods in Hindu temples, and how the people around have contrasting opinions about his work. I felt that Nakkash would be the most relevant name for my film as people will directly relate it to the craftsmen, who put their life and hard work in shaping such beautiful places (temples).last_img read more

Told Ya this Was a Huge Deal Bud CraveTV Orders a Third

first_imgAdvertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “LETTERKENNY continues to be a leading performer in the CraveTV lineup, and so as we finalize Season 2 launch plans, we are delivering a Season 3 pick-up now to capitalize on the incredible momentum oozing from this amazing production team,” said Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, CTV and Specialty.“LETTERKENNY is a distinctive and authentic, proudly original program that not only drives views, but also subscriber acquisition, making today’s announcement a great day for comedy fans everywhere,” said Tracey Pearce, President, Distribution and Pay, Bell Media.Season 1 of LETTERKENNY had the biggest debut of any series on CraveTV since the premium TV streaming service launched in 2014, with more CraveTV users watching LETTERKENNY than any other series or title on CraveTV. LETTERKENNY is based on the Internet sensation Letterkenny Problems, a series of shorts which have raked in more than 18 million views. Created and co-written by Jared Keeso of Bravo’s hit Canadian Screen Award-nominated original drama 19-2, LETTERKENNY is executive produced, directed, and co-written by Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky), who returns for Season 2.With just one season unveiled on CraveTV, LETTERKENNY has already garnered Texas-sized acclaim from critics and celebrities and inspired fan-generated videos, and memes. Below are just a few samples of fan praise, among them, mega-stars Jay Baruchel and Kevin Smith.! @LetterkennyProb is the funniest TV show that I’m not the lead of! @BaruchelNDG“You cross-fit?” “Well you can cross-f@ck off.” #LetterKenny is my new favorite anything ever. F@ck it’s hysterical!” @ThatKevinSmithFan-generated recreations:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iGbla24h-IOn super soft birthdays:LETTERKENNY revolves around the dustups Wayne (Keeso) and his buds get into with their small-town Ontario rivals. There’s The Hicks, the Skids, and the Hockey Players, who get at each other about the most mundane things, often ending with someone getting their ass kicked. LETTERKENNY is produced by New Metric Media (What Would Sal Do?), in partnership with DHX Media in association with Bell Media, with the participation of Canadian Media Fund, OMDC Tax Credits and the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund. Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky) is executive producer, director, and co-writer. Patrick O’Sullivan and Mark Montefiore (Cas & Dylan) are executive producers for New Metric Media. Sarah Fowlie is Director, Independent Production, Comedy, Bell Media. Executive for Bell Media is Bill Lundy. Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, Independent Production, Bell Media. Tracey Pearce is President, Distribution and Pay, Bell Media. Randy Lennox is President, Broadcasting and Content, Bell Media. Twitter TORONTO (August 8, 2016) – As announced on Saturday during Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation’s event highlighting the year’s successful productions in Sudbury, CraveTV confirms that it has ordered a third season of LETTERKENNY. Season 1 has been battin’ a hundy p, so CraveTV’s keepin ‘er goin’ with another six-pack slated to begin production in 2017. This toe-curling announcement comes just weeks after production wrapped on Season 2, which is set to premiere on CraveTV later this year. The half-hour, small-town comedy is produced by New Metric Media in partnership with DHX Media, and shoots on location in and around Sudbury, ON. Season 1 is currently streaming on CraveTV.“Canadian comedy has always had a unique voice but LETTERKENNY stands apart,” said Corrie Coe, Senior Vice-President, Independent Production, Bell Media. “We’re excited to continue working with Jared, Jacob, the exceptionally talented cast, our tireless production partners New Metric Media, and of course the city of Sudbury, as LETTERKENNY heads back to the farm.” CraveTV on TwitterCraveTV on FacebookAbout Bell Media Independent ProductionBell Media has commissioned some of Canada’s most-watched and most-acclaimed original programming, working with the best Canadian independent producers in the country. Hit series commissioned by CTV include ratings success stories SAVING HOPE, MOTIVE, the record-breaking THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, MASTERCHEF CANADA, and the upcoming drama CARDINAL. Among the original scripted series on Bell Media pay, specialty, and streaming platforms are the internationally acclaimed ORPHAN BLACK, the smash-hit thriller BITTEN, Space’s most-watched original series KILLJOYS, Bravo’s most-watched original drama 19-2, award-winning dramedy SENSITIVE SKIN, CraveTV’s first original series LETTERKENNY, and Discovery’s upcoming drama FRONTIER. Discovery is also home to Bell Media’s hit factual series HIGHWAY THRU HELL, COLD WATER COWBOYS, and CANADA’S WORST DRIVER, among others.About New Metric MediaNew Metric Media is a film, television, and new media production company that works with top creative talent to produce outstanding film, television, and new media content to entertain the world over. New Metric Media’s past and present projects include the upcoming series WHAT WOULD SAL DO? and the feature film Cas & Dylan, directed by Jason Priestley and starring Academy Award®-winner Richard Dreyfuss and Golden Globe®-nominee Tatiana Maslany. For more information visit www.newmetricmedia.com.About DHX MediaDHX Media Ltd. (www.dhxmedia.com) is the world’s leading independent, pure-play kids’ content company. Owner of the world’s largest independent library of kids’ and family content, at more than 11,500 half-hours, DHX Media is recognized globally for such brands as Teletubbies, Yo Gabba Gabba!, Caillou, In the Night Garden, Inspector Gadget, Make It Pop, Slugterra and the multiple award-winning Degrassi franchise. DHX Media is comprised of four main business units: DHX Studios creates high-quality original entertainment at its Vancouver and Halifax animation studios, its Toronto live-action studio, and in working with top international producers; DHX Distribution is a major provider of content to the global market; DHX Television, home to the Family suite of channels, is dedicated to delivering best-in-class programming to Canadian families; and DHX Brands specializes in creating, building and managing high-profile global entertainment brands within the children’s and young-adult markets. DHX Media also owns the full-service international licensing agency, Copyright Promotions Licensing Group Ltd. (CPLG), which represents numerous entertainment, sport and design brands. DHX Media has offices in 15 cities worldwide, including Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Barcelona, Milan, Munich, Amsterdam and Beijing. The Company is listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbol DHXM, and on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbols DHX.A and DHX.B.About CraveTVCreated for TV lovers and devoted to television, CraveTV is Canada’s premium TV streaming service, providing the most robust lineup of superior television content in the country. From TV’s most-acclaimed dramas and beloved comedies to documentaries, music, and factual programming, CraveTV features thousands of hours of premium non-kids TV programming, representing hundreds of unique titles including the entire off-air library of HBO’s iconic programming catalogue and hundreds of hours of acclaimed SHOWTIME series and specials. CraveTV is available directly to all Canadians with access to the Internet, as well as to customers of Eastlink, TELUS Optik TV, Bell Fibe TV, Bell Satellite TV, Bell Aliant FibreOP TV, Access Communications, Northwestel, SaskTel, Cable Cable, Hay Communications, Mitchell Seaforth Cable TV, Tuckersmith Communications, Wightman Telecom subscribers, NRTC Communications, WTC Communications, Tbaytel, Execulink Telecom, and VMedia. Available through traditional set-top boxes, mobile apps on iOS, Android, and Microsoft Windows 8.1, the web, Apple TV, Chromecast, and select Samsung Smart TVs, and CraveTV will soon be available via select game consoles. CraveTV is from Bell Media, Canada’s premier multi-media company with more than a decade of leadership delivering Canada’s most-watched and most-acclaimed television programming across the Pay, Specialty, Digital, and Network TV landscapes. For more on CraveTV, visit www.CraveTV.ca. 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Saskatoonborn makeup artist Geralyn Wraith known for Kids in the Hall and

first_img Twitter Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement “She held a lot of stories, because a lot of people confided in her,” actress-producer Jennifer Podemski, who worked with Wraith for 20 years, said Monday in a phone interview as news of her death spread through social media.“If you’re on a long-term show, the person you see every day at least to have a long-term conversation with is primarily your makeup artist and you have their undivided attention. Makeup artist Geralyn Wraith was remembered for her skills and her “big heart” by actors who worked with her. She died Friday. (JEANNIE LEE / THE CANADIAN PRESS) Advertisementcenter_img Facebook “You don’t always click with everybody, but from my knowledge and my team that I bring together, Geri was always someone who you wanted on your team because she made everybody feel special.”Geralyn Wraith, Key Make Up Artist on Kim’s Convenience, dear friend, generous soul… pic.twitter.com/pgei749PSt— Jean Yoon (@jean_yoon) March 30, 2018Kim’s Convenience star Jean Yoon, who worked with Wraith for the first two seasons of the CBC comedy, said she had “a big heart.”“You could tell her anything and she would get where you were coming from,” Yoon said.We lost Geralyn Wraith the makeup genius who co-created all of our characters. Not only was she a brilliant artist she was the calm centre of the show whose talent and kindness were unparalleled. She was also one of my dearest friends and I miss her tremendously. I love you Geri. pic.twitter.com/IQzVTtpoem— Scott Thompson (@ScottThompson_) April 1, 2018 Advertisement “You don’t always click with everybody, but from my knowledge and my team that I bring together, Geri was always someone who you wanted on your team because she made everybody feel special.”Saddened by the passing of Make-Up Dept member Geralyn Wraith. Geralyn started her NABET 700-M UNIFOR career in 1997 and worked hard since that time to make her union and department better. She will be missed by us all. pic.twitter.com/ftudq5jqwn— Jonathan Ahee (@JonathanAhee) April 2, 2018Kim’s Convenience star Jean Yoon, who worked with Wraith for the first two seasons of the CBC comedy, said she had “a big heart.”“You could tell her anything and she would get where you were coming from,” Yoon said.Let’s celebrate the beautiful Geralyn Wraith and the beauty she created all around her.Tuesday, April 3, 7pm-9pmHope United Church2550 Danforth Ave., corner Main St., Toronto@KITHOnline @KimsConvenience@CBCNews pic.twitter.com/5dH3wy09lU— Jeannie Lee@CBC (@JeannieLee88) April 1, 2018 To many in the Canadian film and TV industry, makeup artist Geralyn Wraith was like a beloved member of the family, a close friend and a psychologist.The Saskatoon native, who died Friday, helped craft the look of major characters on shows including The Kids in the Hall and Kim’s Convenience, and forged strong bonds with on-air talent through a compassionate demeanour that made them open up to her in the makeup chair.While she worked to change what people looked like on the outside, she also got to the heart of who they were on the inside.Makeup artist Geralyn Wraith demonstrates her studio makeup technique with the assistance of Jacqueline Russell during the CBC’s Take Our Kids to Work Day. (Timothy Neesam/CBC)last_img read more

UNendorsed initiative to train midwives could save hundreds of thousands of lives

22 September 2008With half a million women dying in pregnancy or childbirth every year, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) have launched an initiative which could help cut mortality by about 75 per cent by training midwives in developing countries. With half a million women dying in pregnancy or childbirth every year, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) have launched an initiative which could help cut mortality by about 75 per cent by training midwives in developing countries.“By investing in midwives and universal access to reproductive health, millions of lives can be saved and we can reach Millennium Development Goal 5, to improve maternal health,” UNFPA Executive Director Thoraya Ahmed Obaid said in a news release today, referring to one of eight goals that seek to slash a host of social ills by 2015. Beyond the deaths millions more women suffer long-lasting harm due to lack of care.An additional 334,000 midwives are needed, according to the UN World Health Organization (WHO). The UNFPA-ICM programme will increase the number of births attended by professional midwifery providers and develop the foundations for a sustainable midwifery workforce in selected developing countries.Its focus will be on training midwives, developing practice standards, and strengthening national midwifery associations. It is estimated that skilled attendance at delivery, backed up by emergency obstetric care, could reduce the number of women dying in pregnancy and childbirth by about 75 per cent. Every year half a million women die in pregnancy or childbirth and 10 to 15 million women suffer serious or long-lasting illnesses or injuries. In addition, 3 million newborns die during the first week of life and another 3 million are stillborn. Many of these deaths and disabilities could be prevented if all births were attended by midwives.The $9-million initiative will start in 11 of the hardest-hit countries with the highest levels of maternal deaths and disability and the lowest rates of births attended by skilled workers – Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Ghana, Madagascar, Sudan, Uganda and Zambia. It will then expand to include 30 countries and, if funding permits, even more.The three-year project is funded by the Netherlands and Sweden and will be implemented by ICM and UNFPA offices in the selected countries.“We need some strong advocates who can call on governments to invest in much needed midwives,” ICM President Bridget Lynch said. “But we also need to work with governments to ensure the scaling up and quality of midwifery services. They need to take ownership.” read more

UN expert concerned at reported death threats to rights activists she met

In a statement released on Wednesday, Hina Jilani, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative on Human Rights Defenders, voiced “deep concern” about a 7 June fax sent to 11 representatives of human rights organizations reportedly accusing them of being “enemies of the State.” Using violent insults and death threats, the faxed message signed by “True Guatemalans” told the group that they were only the first targets of a longer list. Reacting to the reported threat, Ms. Jilani sent on 11 June an urgent appeal to the Guatemalan Government, expressing deep concern “for the security and the physical and moral integrity of the human rights defenders.” She was joined in her appeal by Asma Jahangir, the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions of the UN’s Commission on Human Rights. Both experts called for a thorough investigation of the death threats and protection for those named in the fax. During her six-day visit to Guatemala in late May, the Special Representative met with government officials as well as human rights defenders from various walks of life. Based on the information she gathered, she pointed to “the existence of a climate of fear.” According to her findings, human rights defenders faced “threats, intimidations, disappearance and even killings.” Those who were targeted included people seeking truth on past violations, those fighting for economic and social rights, those denouncing corruption, and indigenous people. “The perpetrators of these attacks are reportedly illegal clandestine groups,” she noted. “Allegedly, some of them have links with State institutions, in particular the police and the army.” In addition, Ms. Jilani expressed concern about “the lack of proper implementation of the peace accords, in particular the Global Accord on Human Rights,” which she said went together with “the persistence of impunity and an increased militarization.” While acknowledging that the Government had taken some concrete steps to deal with human rights issues, Ms. Jilani “considered these measures to be insufficient mainly because they suffer from lack of coordination and of political and financial support.” She urged the Government to implement the peace accords, particularly the human rights component, to put an end to impunity, and to conduct a thorough and independent investigation into the allegations of violations against human rights defenders and the alleged existence of clandestine groups. read more

November new car preregistration figures

Today, SMMT released figures for November pre-registrations in the UK new car market. The data shows the number of cars disposed of by vehicle manufacturers in November 2013 that were defined as pre-registrations.CLICK HERE: Download the November 2013 release.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

World champion Hamilton wins seasonending Abu Dhabi GP

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — World champion Lewis Hamilton coasted to victory from pole position at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday.Having already secured a fifth F1 title, the British Mercedes driver beat Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel at the Yas Marina circuit to secure his 11th win of the season and 73rd of his career.It was a symbolic finish to a season where, again, he showed his superiority under pressure to beat Vettel into second place overall for the second straight year.Red Bull driver Max Verstappen finished third ahead of teammate Daniel Ricciardo for a fifth straight podium.The race was held up after a spectacular crash on Lap 1 involving Nico Hulkenberg, who was sent tumbling into the barriers and eventually settled upside down by French driver Romain Grosjean. The Renault driver was unharmed and eventually climbed out.Veteran Spanish driver Fernando Alonso placed 11th with McLaren in his last F1 race with the team.___More AP auto racing: https://racing.ap.orgJerome Pugmire, The Associated Press read more

Duchess of Sussex chooses own delivery team over the royal doctors

It is understood there will definitely be a role for the Queen’s doctors in the birth, but it might not be a prominent one.Mr Farthing, the Queen’s surgeon-gynaecologist, was engaged to BBC presenter Jill Dando when she was shot dead in April 1999.He was a pioneer in keyhole surgery and today specialises in using the technique to treat gynaecological cancer patients. Mr Thorpe-Beeston, surgeon-gynaecologist to the Royal Household, delivered Charlotte in 2015. He has a Harley Street practice, and is a consultant at the Portland private hospital and at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital for the NHS.A Cambridge graduate, he specialised in foetal medicine at King’s College Hospital, and is an expert in high-risk pregnancies and recurrent miscarriage.Sir Marcus Setchell, who was the Queen’s surgeon-gynaecologist and who delivered Prince George, has since retired. Guy Thorpe-Beeston (left) and Alan Farthing (right), leave the St Mary's Hospital in London, with Marcus Setchell, (centre), following the birth of Prince George  The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly appointed her own delivery team to oversee the birth of her first child. Meghan has broken from royal tradition by not appointing the Royal Household gynaecologists because she does not want “the men in suits” to supervise the birth, the Mail on Sunday reported.The 37-year-old, who is expected to give birth later this month, has appointed an “unnamed female doctor” to lead the team instead of Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston, the paper reported.The two gynaecologists attended at the arrival of all three of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children.”Meghan said she doesn’t want the men in suits. She was adamant that she wanted her own people. It did leave a few of us a little baffled,” a source was quoted as saying.A spokesman for the Royal Family declined to comment. Guy Thorpe-Beeston (left) and Alan Farthing (right), leave the St Mary’s Hospital in London, with Marcus Setchell, (centre), following the birth of Prince George Credit:PA read more

Womens EHF Cup Final 2018 Vipers with 4 to Romania

← Previous Story PSG Handball win French Cup 2018 Next Story → 6.000 FANS IN MADRID: FC Barcelona win Copa Del Rey 2018 EHF CUp handballSCM Craiova handballVipers handball Vipers Kristiansand are on the way to unite European and domestic title. After breaking Larvik HK dominance in Norwegian handball, ambitious Scandinavian team are on the way to win the Women’s EHF Cup. Norwegian girls beat Romanian SCM Craiova 26:22 (12:10) in the first match of the final.Kristiansen netted nine goals alongside Sulland, who scored eight in the winning team. On the other side, Florianu scored eight.The second clash in scheduled for May 11 in Romania.

Strangers donate money online for US man robbed during Liffey rescue

first_imgJOE SHEEHAN MADE headlines last week as the man who saved another man from drowning in the Liffey.While he was carrying out this heroic act however, someone made off with his wallet and smartphone which he had left next to his clothes on the banks.Joe was a tourist from the US, studying in Oxford for the summer and visiting Dublin for a few days in the meantime.He spotted the man in the river after just a few hours in the city, while looking for a hostel to stay in for the night. His training as a lifeguard kicked in and he jumped in to save the man.When the two climbed safely out of the water, Joe only had his clothes left.Now, a crowdfunding page has been set up to help Joe replace his lost possessions, which added up to around $500 in total. The good samaritans of the internet have so far donated $755.As well as that, Joe was treated to a night out by some onlookers to the incident, who also helped him organise food, accommodation and travel for the rest of his stay.Go karma!Look at all the post terminally ill Danny Nickerson got for his birthday >Suspect caught after posting ‘y’all will never catch me’ on police Facebook >last_img read more

House fire caused by wood stove displaces two

first_imgA Monday fire at a house near Battle Ground Lake State Park, caused by a wood stove, displaced two people.Firefighters with Clark County Fire District 3 responded to the blaze, reported at 4:30 p.m. in the 18200 block of Northeast 249th Street.Two people who lived at the home were outside by the time crews arrived and were displaced by the blaze, Clark County Deputy Fire Marshal Dan Young said.The fire, which did an estimated $50,000 in damage, was caused by wood in the wood stove coming into contact with a vent, Young said.The fire got into the attic. Crews knocked down the blaze in about a half an hour, according to fire officials.last_img

Vancouver wont levy head tax on nonprofits

first_img Bending to public backlash, the Vancouver City Council is walking back its head tax on nonprofit organizations and moving forward with a new proposal.The council is considering a new funding mechanism to raise $6.1 million to pay for additional police officers and staff.If a new plan isn’t agreed upon, a funding mechanism approved last year is set to go into effect Jan. 1, 2019. The previous plan taxes businesses per square foot and landlords per multifamily unit.Vancouver Strong, an advisory group tasked with developing a sustainable funding plan for the city, proposed an alternative funding option earlier this year. The proposal recommended increasing the utility tax 2.2 percent in 2019 and 1.8 percent in 2020 to bring in $2.39 million and $2 million, respectively. The plan also expanded the city’s per-employee business fee by removing a cap on companies with more than 400 full-time employees. Nonprofits with four or more employees would also have had to pay the head tax.City staff recommended a slightly different plan and increased the per-employee exemption to 20 or more employees for nonprofit organizations. Approximately 27 nonprofits would have been impacted by the proposal.However, at the council’s Aug. 27 meeting, nonprofits turned up in full force asking the council to reconsider, citing disproportionate impacts on their organizations. In response, the council sent the recommendation back to city staff for further review in lieu of moving forward to a public hearing. A plan to provide the Vancouver Police Department with $6.1 million in new funding hit a snag when nonprofit organizations objected to a proposal they pay a business license surcharge based on the number of employees they have. last_img read more

A weather forecaster returns to Sitkas slide We were snakebit

first_imgOne year ago, on August 18, 2015, massive rainfall generated over 40 landslides on Baranof and Chichagof Islands. And in Sitka, one of those landslides swept through a subdivision under construction. The slide occurred at 9:41 in the morning, demolishing one home and taking the lives of two painters, Elmer and Ulises Diaz, working inside. A third individual, William Stortz, was Sitka’s building official. He was inspecting drainage outside nearby when the slide caught him too.Listen nowNational Weather Service Meteorologist Joel Curtis (left) speaking with reporters in the aftermath of the 2015 slide, along with DOT geologist Mitch McDonald and Deputy Fire Chief Al Stevens (right). Curtis served as the incident meteorologist for the recovery effort. He describes it as one of the “major events” of his three-decade career. (Robert Woolsey, KCAW – Sitka)Joel Curtis is a National Weather Service meteorologist who was in Sitka last August to train Coast Guard pilots. Following the slide, he became the incident meteorologist for the duration of the recovery effort. In part 1 of a 5-part series looking back on the Sitka landslide, Curtis talks with KCAW’s Robert Woolsey about returning to the scene of “one of the major events” of his professional life a year later.Curtis – So I had my shoes and my raincoat, and I said What the heck? I’ll hike up there a bit. And I was stunned at how the stratigraphy of the debris has changed since the initial slide. How much the debris has settled. I’ll just give you an example: I remember there was a gravel berm at the base of the slide on Kramer Avenue. And I could look out into the debris at these flat areas where you could see mud. This was just after the slide, when we’re still very worried that it would still move. And I remember taking a rock and throwing it out there and it would go p-l-o-p. A big ole plop, and mud would fly as you did that. And yesterday I saw one little place in the stream where there was debris like that, and I thought, Well I’ll make a test, and I threw the same-sized rock out on the thing and it went t-h-u-d. That stuff has really, really settled, and so have all the small rocks and cobbles and boulders, and they’re now embedded in that stuff. I felt perfectly safe hiking on that. Now I don’t know if that’s really safe, and somebody might tell me ‘No, no Joel, you’re wrong.’ Maybe that’s an unsafe area. But even with the rain that we’ve just had I felt very safe walking on it.KCAW – It wasn’t just my imagination, but after the August 18 rainfall and landslide events, the National Weather Service did start dropping in more advisories about mudslides. Didn’t that increase slightly?Curtis – (sighs) Yeah, it did. I tell you it was on our minds for a couple of reasons: Number one, we had saturated soils here. And any time that you get super-saturated soils it’s got to be in the back of your mind. And of course, we had that tragic, tragic event happen here, so we were probably a little bit snakebit. That just happens in human psychology. The guys are looking at it harder and going, ‘Gosh, I sure don’t want to miss that,’ and so they err on the side of caution and they started mentioning it (in the forecasts). I think about a month afterward we all had a collective feeling, ‘Hey that’s not really a good call that we can make.’ And we adjusted ourselves. We’ve mentioned that just a few too many times, and we’ll get out of that business and save it as sort of the silver bullet. In other words, ‘Gosh we really have the super-saturated soil and we really have a huge amount of rain coming, and we really have some strong winds with a wind shift.’ Those are really the only thing that the weather service can add to the puzzle of landslides and mudslides.Joel Curtis is the Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Juneau. He served as the incident meteorologist in the aftermath of the August 18, 2015 landslide in Sitka.Over the next four days we’ll hear from others who played significant roles in Sitka’s effort to manage — and recover from — the slide.last_img read more

Visva Bharati to dissociate from Poush Mela Partha offers help

first_imgKolkata: State Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Saturday assured assistance from the state government to Visva Bharati authorities for hosting “Poush Mela” in Santiniketan. Visva Bharati has decided to dissociate themselves from holding the Mela putting a doubt over the mega fair that draws people not only from the state and the country but from abroad as well. Chatterjee will also take up the matter with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.”In the last few days, I have received several calls from students and people from the state who want that the annual event should continue. I have spoken to Vice-Chancellor of the university Bidyut Chakraborty and have asked him to inform the state government about the measures that need to be taken for continuation of the event. I have urged him to talk to the locals, educationists, students, alumni and the local administration and take their feedback on the matter,” Chatterjee said. According to him, Bengal’s sentiments are associated with this historical event and everybody wants that the Mela should be held. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe Visva Bharati authorities have pointed out that catering to the pollution norms and taking up the entire responsibility of organising the fair has become difficult on their part. “There are now several modern machines for addressing the issue of pollution which can be utilised. But if the “Poush Mela” stops, it will be distressing,” the minister added. He further added that a new statue of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar will be unveiled at the playground of Hare School on June 11. A walk will be held from the campus to Vidyasagar College and the entire programme will be presided over by the Chief Minister. A half bust of Vidyasagar will be installed at Vidyasagar College and another statue will also be unveiled in the college campus. A bust of Vidyasagar was vandalised allegedly by BJP supporters during an election rally in the city that was led by Amit Shah last month. Leading educationists have been invited to be present at the programme.last_img read more

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first_img The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. October 1, 2014 — Newly published European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) clinical guidelines for the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) endorse radioembolization, specifically with Yttrium-90 resin microspheres, as a clinically proven technology to “prolong time to liver tumor progression” in mCRC patients who have failed to respond to available chemotherapy options.SIR-Spheres Y-90 resin microspheres, the lead product of Sirtex Medical Ltd., is the only product used for radioembolization or selective internal radiation therapy (SIRT) that is recommended in the new ESMO guidelines.The new guidelines, authored on behalf of the ESMO Guidelines Working Group by professors Eric Van Cutsem (Leuven, Belgium), Andres Cervantes (Valencia, Spain), Bernard Nordlinger (Paris, France) and Dirk Arnold (Freiberg, Germany) were published online in a September 2014 supplement to the Annals of Oncology.”We are very pleased that the authors of major international clinical guidelines in the treatment of mCRC have singled out radioembolization, and particularly our unique product, SIR-Spheres Y-90 resin microspheres, as an appropriate treatment for patients with colorectal liver metastases that have failed to respond to chemotherapy,” said Nigel Lange, CEO of Sirtex Medical Europe GmbH. “We believe the new ESMO clinical guidelines will have an immediate effect on improving patient access to SIR-Spheres Y-90 resin microspheres across Europe.”As clinical evidence for the new ESMO recommendation, the authors cited a multicenter randomized controlled study conducted by Alain Hendlisz (Brussels, Belgium) and colleagues. The Hendlisz study was a phase III trial comparing intravenous fluorouracil infusion with yttrium-90 resin microspheres for liver-limited metastatic colorectal cancer refractory to standard chemotherapy.In April 2013, Sirtex announced it had completed recruitment of patients for SIRFLOX, a 500-patient randomized clinical study that compares the use of SIR-Spheres Y-90 resin microspheres in combination with standard chemotherapy to standard chemotherapy alone in the treatment of patients recently diagnosed with inoperable mCRC, which is much earlier in the treatment paradigm. Data from SIRFLOX are expected in 2015.The new ESMO clinical guidelines state that 447,000 cases of colorectal cancer (CRC) are reported annually in Europe, and 215,000 European patients die from the disease each year. It is the second-most common cancer among both men and women. When CRC spreads, or metastasizes, to other parts of the patient’s body it becomes mCRC, which is the subject of the new ESMO guidelines.Of critical importance, 25 percent of all patients who are newly diagnosed with cancer in their bowels already have mCRC at the time of their diagnosis. One-half of all colorectal cancer patients will eventually suffer from mCRC. The liver is generally the first and most frequent site of these metastases, which is why the multidisciplinary cancer teams that ESMO recommends to direct the management of mCRC increasingly use combinations of systemic and local treatments, such as liver-directed radioembolization with SIR-Spheres Y-90 resin microspheres to achieve optimal patient outcomes.SIR-Spheres Y-90 resin microspheres are used to deliver SIRT, a proven technology for inoperable liver tumors that delivers substantial, targeted doses of radiation directly to the cancer. In a minimally invasive treatment, millions of SIR-Spheres microspheres are infused via a catheter into the liver, where they selectively target liver tumors with a dose of internal radiation up to 40 times higher than conventional radiotherapy, while sparing the adjacent healthy liver tissue.Manufactured by Sirtex Medical Ltd., SIR-Spheres microspheres are approved in Australia, the European Union (CE mark), Argentina (ANMAT), Brazil, Switzerland, Turkey and several other countries in Asia such as India, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong.SIR-Spheres microspheres also have a full premarket approval (PMA) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are indicated in the United States for the treatment of non-resectable metastatic liver tumors from primary colorectal cancer in combination with intra-hepatic artery chemotherapy using floxuridine. Additionally, SIR-Spheres microspheres are supplied in countries such as Israel, New Zealand, Malaysia, Taiwan and Thailand.For more information: www.sirtex.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more Related Content Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. 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Go back to the enewsletter From the Namibian bush

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterFrom the Namibian bush to Lisbon’s posh city centre, from the Michelin Guide’s London headquarters converted to a restaurant to the palms of Quito’s historic district, all of Relais & Châteaux‘s new members have a deep desire to share their story and their local heritage. They offer travellers places where nature is a precious resource to be preserved; where healthy, local cuisine is a watchword; where wellbeing is a must.Among the new additions is Restaurant Orana in Adelaide, which takes the tally for Relais & Chateux’s Australian members to five, including:Tetsuya’s, SydneyLaura at Pt Leo Estate, Mornington PeninsulaThe Louise, Barossa Valley andHentley Farm Restaurant, Barossa VallyThe newcomers include:Bibendum, London, United Kingdom – two Michelin starsBehind the magnificent Art Deco facade of the building that once housed the Michelin tyre company – as well as the headquarters of that firm’s celebrated red Guide – is one of the most popular eating establishments on the London scene. In the swanky Chelsea district, chef Claude Bosi relies on his French heritage and Lyon roots to offer a traditional French cuisine of high quality, with creative modern touches revealing frank and audacious flavours.Gut Steinbach Hotel, Reit im Winkl, GermanyNot far from the Austrian border, facing the Chiemgau Alps, the Gut Steinbach Hotel & Chalets (sister hotel of the Relais & Châteaux Park-Hotel Egerner Höfe) stretches over 50 hectares and is designed to be fully sustainable. Sports enthusiasts and nature lovers will be delighted with the plethora of outdoor activities on offer amid breathtaking surroundings. The hotel consists of a main building and a number of cottages dotting the banks of a pond; each of the seven chalets has its own yard, fireplace and relaxation area. The restaurant serves cuisine that honours farm-to-table principles, featuring vegetables grown in the garden on the grounds and animals raised on site.Le Domaine de la Klauss, Montenach, FranceIn the heart of the land of three borders (Luxembourg, Germany and France) lies Le Domaine de la Klauss. Behind its imposing stone architecture is a cocoon of wellbeing, with an 800-square-metre Gemology spa offering matchless moments of relaxation. Each suite here is individually decorated and bears the name of a member of the owners’ family, giving pride of place to local stones. In the kitchen, chef Benoit Potdevin takes tremendous care with his culinary creations, utilising ingredients from the establishment’s own kitchen garden and free-range farm.Valverde Hotel, Lisbon, PortugalOn the stylish Avenida da Liberdade, the Valverde Hotel rises like an elegant townhouse, its classical facade enchanting the eye with volute columns and sculpted ornamental friezes. Cross the threshold into an intimate world created by architects and interior decorators José Pedro Vieira and Diogo Rosa Lã: a realm of discreet luxury, 1950s furniture, velvet armchairs, paintings and engravings. The Pateo is the perfect place for quiet conversation or private reflection, with a streamlined swimming pool encircled by lush vegetation. In the kitchens, chef Carla Sousa channels her Cape Verdean pedigree into the flavours of Portuguese cuisine.Taverna Estia, Naples, Italy – two Michelin starsMario and Francesco Sposito inherited their detail-focused passion from their parents’ restaurant: Francesco in the kitchen-lab and Mario as a sommelier. The warm atmosphere and meticulous wine selection create the perfect platform for the superbly crafted dishes reflecting the gastronomic history of the Naples region, the Amalfi Coast and Italy, more broadly. On the restaurant menu, the producers (farmer, butcher, pasta-maker) are given their due before the delicious listing unfurls in a flavour-filled ode: smoked artichokes stuffed with pecorino mousse, parsley and seasonal garlic, black truffle or Genovese-style Neapolitan pasta.Epako Safari Lodge, Omaruru, NamibiaIn the mountainous realms of the Namibian bush bordering the Damaraland region, the Epako Safari Lodge combines the refinement of a luxury hotel with the raw beauty of wildlife. Here, guests traverse the lands of the San, whose presence can be detected in many places around the lodge by virtue of their rock paintings. Visitors can also observe the activities of an astonishing variety of animals on the reserve’s 11,000 hectares: white rhino, leopard, spotted hyena and brightly coloured birds. The lodge offers a distinctive human sanctuary amid one for wild beasts.Restaurant Orana, Adelaide, AustraliaChef Jock Zonfrillo champions native Australian ingredients in his fine-dining restaurant in Adelaide Australia, Restaurant Orana. He has travelled into Indigenous communities for decades, meeting and learning from the Elders, translating their sophisticated gathering and cooking techniques into the Restaurant Orana menu.A meal at Restaurant Orana opens the mind – it’s educational, delicious, creative and respects Indigenous ingredients, culture and methods. Diners can encounter more than 60 native ingredients across 18 courses, from Moreton Bay fig shoots to strawberry.Casa Gangotena, Quito, EcuadorOn the historic Plaza San Francisco, a celebrated site in Quito’s old town, Casa Gangotena towers around a palm-framed patio. The cream-coloured, neoclassical architecture glows in regal splendour, while the interiors – a wonderland of painted ceilings, rich woodwork and gleaming mirrors – radiate warmth and welcome. Spend time on the terrace with a panoramic view of the square and the Ecuadorian capital’s diverse neighbourhoods. The restaurant offers traditional cooking to sustainably grown ingredients, sourced from many of the country’s regions. Menus are reflections of Ecuador’s culinary essence, embellished with Spanish and European influences.Hotel del Parque, Guayaquil, EcuadorThe Hotel del Parque has the privilege of being inside the boundaries of the Parque Historico de Guayaquil. This tropical oasis is a verdant sanctuary, where travellers can savour the site’s eight hectares on foot, discovering more than 50 animal species. The hotel is set on the banks of the Daule River and home to patios where hundred-year-old trees watch sedately over fountains, orchids and birds.PRE-OPENINGMARCH 2019 – MV Theory cruise vessel – Galápagos – EcuadorAboard the MV Theory, sister boat to the MV Origin, guests will explore the Galápagos, a natural archipelago listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Over the course of this extraordinary cruise, the crew will ensure travellers enjoy an unforgettable experience in the lap of Mother Nature, honouring the maxims of preservation and respect.Lead image: Restaurant OranaGo back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

Ayia Napa fire thought to have started outside building

first_imgA fire which extensively damaged a flat in Ayia Napa on Thursday evening is believed to have started outside the building.The fire services were notified of the fire on the first floor of a building in Ayia Napa’s Tefkrou Anthia street at 7.30pm.The fire was brought under control an hour later with the help of four fire trucks.The apartment was badly damaged and a pub on the ground floor also suffered some damage.Three people living in the flat were absent at the time of the fire.Residents in neighbouring apartments were briefly evacuated as a precaution.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoGundry MD Total Restore SupplementU.S. Cardiologist: It’s Like a Pressure Wash for Your InsidesGundry MD Total Restore SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Turkish Cypriots say gas find could be obstacle

first_imgThe Turkish Cypriot chief negotiator on Wednesday played down the prospect of a quick solution in the Cyprus peace talks with his Greek rivals, warning that the discovery of natural gas in the region was possibly more of an obstacle than of help.Kudret Ozersay was in Paris to discuss the negotiation process, with Pierre Levy, Director of the European Union Division at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Greek Cypriot negotiator Andreas Mavroyianis was also due to meet Levy.“These meetings gave Mr. Levy the occasion to take stock of the negotiation process and its perspectives with its interlocutors. France’s support to the settlement of the Cyprus problem was reaffirmed,” said a statement from the ministry.Cyprus peace talks were re-launched in February but have not made much headway. US Vice President Joe Biden said in a landmark visit to Cyprus on May 22 that the leaders had agreed to speed up the slow-moving talks by meeting twice a month. They had only met one other time since the February 11 start to the talks, although they had fixed another meeting for June 2 days prior to Biden’s visit.But speaking to reporters in Paris, Ozersay said the next phase of talks was uncertain, the first time either side has warned of possible trouble ahead.“We are against the idea of talks just for talks. We don’t want to be the prisoners of that. We don’t know what will be the next stage, there isn’t a roadmap that we have agreed on,” Ozersay said.The recent discovery of natural gas under the sea between Cyprus and Israel has added a new dimension to the island’s strife and also heightened tensions between the two sides.The significance of the find has been amplified by the Ukraine crisis and its possible impact on Russian gas supplies to Europe.“The fact that one community – one of the co-owners – is treated as if they were eligible to do whatever they want about hydrocarbons without getting the consent of the other, it cannot help the Cyprus problem, on the contrary it could be a kind of obstacle,” Ozersay said.Power sharing, redrawing property boundaries and the claims of thousands of displaced persons are key issues in the conflict. Any agreement must be put to separate referendums.“Our counterpart is unwilling to accept fully the convergences that were agreed, (and) they want to change some of these convergences that were (agreed) before,” Ozersay said, declining to give specific details.“This is something disturbing for us and we’re not happy to see this.”He repeated previous claims that the Greek Cypriot side was trying to review convergences brokered in previous peace talks between 2008 and 2012 on issues such as competencies of a future Cyprus federal government and on the functioning of the economy.Ozersay said there had been broad progress on issues ranging from federal legislature to a federal judiciary and a federal police.“So far we achieved certain progress on certain issues. Is it sufficient? No.”He also said both sides had failed to agree on the fate of Varosha, the fenced-off ghost town in Famagusta. “We failed (on Varosha). I don’t want to go to more details why, but we failed,” he said.President Nicos Anastasiades wants the return of Varosha to be a confidence-building measure with discussions on that to run parallel with the negotiations for a comprehensive settlement. However the Turkish Cypriot side has made its opposition to this clear, saying Varosha would be part of an overall deal.During Biden’s visit, the US Vice President tried to help the two sides clinch a deal that would allow experts to enter Varosha and study its condition.In the build-up to his visit, reports were rife that Biden would announce a first “small” confidence-building measure on Varosha, where the US would fund a team of international experts to develop a master plan on the rejuvenation of the fenced area.When Biden met Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu last Thursday night, the dinner lasted three hours- an hour over schedule- prompting rumours agreement had been reached on opening Varosha to the experts.However, no breakthrough was announced, leaving Biden to say the US encourages the leaders to discuss a package on Varosha and Famagusta. According to Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides the next day, it was not possible to agree due to certain demands of the Turkish Cypriots which were not only unacceptable but also made in bad faith, he said, adding that they wanted the inclusion of a special reference that the international experts could be foreign or Turkish Cypriot, but explicitly not Greek Cypriot.(Reporting by Reuters and Cyprus Mail staff) You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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