The theatre of the Centre has been an integral platform this year for many performers both locally and those that travelled to the Peace Region to perform for the community.The art gallery focused this year on having more local artists be able to display their work and sell at their own openings and functions which produced a lot of interest in the community.Workshops have been created and funded by the Centre; these are opportunities for local artists to come in and share about their art to help people discover things they might not know about and create new skills by participating in the workshop. In the future, the Centre is looking to provide more experiences for different age groups and by getting community input through Social Media as to what people want to see.There are various Art programs at the Centre such as Let’s Art that is a free Art program for children and teens as well as dance and theatre classes.The Bright Nights event in June captured the theme Classic Country, there was an expanded art market, with spinners and weavers, quilters and potters even a mobile kiln. There were big machines with rollers helping to create big prints that were then sold as part of the big print sale. This years event will be setting the stage for the 2020 BC Winter Games.Financially the NPCC is on track; there has been restructuring within the Centre with room rentals, creating new uses for previously allocated space with programs such as childcare. The Centre is always looking for a new opportunity to create and find revenue while keeping the costs of running things down. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The NPCC has had a full and evolving year, and with the continued partnership with the City, the Cultural Centre continues to grow and thrive in its programs to maintain arts and cultural exposure in the North Peace region.The report for City Council outlined the NPCC’s shared partnerships with the City, theatre, art gallery, workshops offered, programs at the Cultural Centre, the Bright Nights event, funding, what’s to come and future plans.The NPCC thanked the City of FSJ for their continued support and shared how positive the Management Service Agreement between the City of FSJ and the NPCC has been as it has increased communication and by working together the Centre has seen improvements to the physical building and continued success in collaborated events. There has been a great success with finding new funding partners and continued support from old partners. With the help of community gaming grant and other applied and received grants this helps ensure programs and upgrading opportunities continue at the Centre. The City of FSJ is the major funder of the Centre supporting 24 percent of the budget, without that assistance the centre would be unable to operate as it does.The Centre received a $170,000 Gaming Grant for theatre renovations and is thankful the City matched those funds; all monies will help to refurbish the theatre by new carpeting replacing the seating, replacing theatre lights, curtains, and a paint job.Heading into the future, the season pass will continue for the ‘Presentation Series,’ Childcare has been made available since the closure of Oscare Daycare, and this grows new opportunity to help develop new relationships with the children and families. The Renovation is a big and exciting opportunity for the Centre and a Primary Liquor licence has been applied for to assist in what can be offered to Theatre patrons. The Centre will be hosting the Chocolate Festival this year and has partnered with the Literacy Society with a homework club.The NPCC future goals and wish list include working with the City and to be apart of the Downtown Revitalization plans, through refreshing the outside of the building and including more windows into the gallery, so people on the outside have a better idea of what is going on in the inside. Renovating the concourse and conference room to be more attractive to events. To replace the front doors and glass cubes to improve access and insulation to the building and to add a Marquee at the front of the building.
“I am working with my colleagues throughout the UN system as well as civil society and private sector organizations to come in and support the small islands,” said Anwarul K. Chowdhury, Secretary-General of the International Conference for the 10-year review of the Barbados Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States, to be held in Mauritius from 30 August to 4 September.Briefing reporters in New York on an interregional meeting set to run from 26 to 30 January in Nassau, Mr. Chowdhury called attention to the special vulnerabilities of small-island developing States, which often suffer from factors associated with remoteness, size, limited economic opportunities, vulnerability to natural disasters and HIV/AIDS.When it comes to island nations, “we generally associate our thinking of them with their idyllic natural beauty but we do not consider how fragile their economies are, how fragile their ecosystems are, how vulnerable they are to natural disasters,” said Mr. Chowdhury, who is also UN High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States.The Nassau conference will consolidate the results of previous regional gatherings with a view to producing a strategy paper for consideration at a meeting in April to finalize preparations for the Mauritius talks.Ambassador Chowdhury pledged to galvanize participants in the Bahamas event, which will involve not only representatives of small island countries but also other development partners such as regional organizations and donor States.”As the Secretary-General of the Conference, I’m trying to have an informal exchange among all stakeholders in the Bahamas to see what each other are thinking of for the Mauritius outcome,” he said. “So this is intended to really start the dialogue very early in the process.”With development cooperation facing numerous challenges, he called for a prioritized approach to key points. “We need to focus on issues that are of utmost importance,” he said.”My effort is to get a good outcome which is implementable, which is focused, which gets the partnership – and effective partnership – of all stakeholders,” he added.
The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) today deplored the killing of Munir Ahmed Sangi, a Pakistani cameraman who was shot dead on Monday while covering a gunfight in the south-eastern part of his country.In a statement released in Paris, Koïchiro Matsuura, who has a mandate to champion press freedom, called for improved safety for journalists working in areas of armed conflict. “I deplore the killing of Munir Ahmed Sangi,” the Director-General declared. “In keeping with the First Protocol of the Geneva Convention on the treatment of civilians in times of conflict, it is essential for all armed groups to understand and to respect media workers’ need to carry out their work in conflict areas.”He added that “there can be no excuse for confusing media workers and fighters.” Mr. Sangi is reported to have been shot while filming a gunfight between members of the Unar and Abro tribes in Larkana, in the Sindh district of south-eastern Pakistan for Sindhi-language Kawish Television Network. According to the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists, Mr Sangi may have been targeted because of his station’s reports on a jirga, or council, in which the leaders of the Unar tribe ruled on the punishment of two children.
Brock’s Goodman School of Business has become the first Canadian business school to partner with SolBridge International School of Business in South Korea.Thanks to a formalized partnership with the business school, two undergraduate Goodman students per year can attend SolBridge on a semester-long exchange starting in September 2017.A modern and innovative business school located just over an hour from Seoul in Deojeon, classes at SolBridge are all taught in English and focus on integrating both theory and practice.Like Goodman, SolBridge holds accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) and has a strong international outlook, making it an attractive place for Goodman students to choose as an exchange destination.The School is also the 2016 winner of AACSB’s Innovations That Inspire award for its mentorship plan and programming around using debate to build students’ leadership skills and engagement.This is the latest in a collection of 42 other business schools that the Goodman School of Business partners with, which allows accounting and business students to add international opportunities to their educational experience.Students participating in exchange programs benefit from a world of knowledge, says Barry Wright, Goodman’s Interim Dean.“Adding an international exchange to students’ portfolios will help them move outside of their comfort zones and this extension of their classroom experience is so important in today’s business world,” says Wright.“Our students are increasingly recognizing international exchanges are a great way to differentiate themselves in the job market.”Goodman students interested in going on exchange can apply online for Fall 2017 by Feb. 1, 2017 or for Winter 2018 by June 30, 2017.
Russell Wilson has carried the Seattle Seahawks this year, and his play in the fourth quarter has been particularly brilliant. Watch the video above to find out just how good he’s been — and how crucial the Seahawks’ matchup against the Los Angeles Rams is on Sunday.
Following Ohio State football’s 24-17 loss to Florida in the 2012 Gator Bowl, members of the team are turning the page on this past season and turning off their Twitter accounts. Several players confirmed after the Monday loss to the Gators in Jacksonville, Fla., that new OSU head coach Urban Meyer had scheduled a 7 a.m. Tuesday meeting with non-senior members of the program. At the meeting, the team was informed that Twitter use would be banned, according to several players’ Twitter accounts. The OSU athletic department did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request for comment regarding the team’s new social media guidelines. Players took their Twitter accounts to alert the public to the new policy. From his Twitter account, @STONEYeleven, junior tight end Jake Stoneburner said at approximately 1 p.m.: “Twitter=Done. Me=back for senior year, leading this team, and shocking the world!! #gobucks #12-0″ Junior tight end Reid Fragel commented on the newly implemented Twitter ban from his account, @FRAGEL88, at around noon Tuesday, saying: “New staff new rules. No more twitter, not a big deal and probably for the better. Love our fans, love this place. Go Bucks #2012” Not every player praised the social media ban. From his account, @phillybrown10, sophomore wide receiver Corey “Philly” Brown said: “I’m not leaving my followers lol.” Meyer, along with his new coaching staff, assumed control of the football team following OSU’s Monday loss in the bowl game.
L’ASN effectuera un audit du parc nucléaire françaisLe premier ministre François Fillon a aujourd’hui chargé l’Autorité de sûreté nucléaire (ASN) de réaliser l’audit sur les centrales françaises suite à la survenue des accidents nucléaires à Fukushima au Japon.L’ASN est à présent chargée de fournir d’ici la fin de 2011 les “premières conclusions” sur la sûreté du parc nucléaire français. Cette mission lui a été confiée par François Fillon qui recommande dans une lettre “de réaliser une étude de la sûreté des installations nucléaires, en priorité les centrales nucléaires, au regard de l’accident en cours dans la centrale de Fukushima”.Selon M. Fillion, la mission qui a été attribuée à l’ASN est “essentielle” pour les Français qui demandent à “disposer d’une information transparente fiable et disponible dans les meilleurs délais sur les conséquences” de la catastrophe au Japon.L’ASN devra ainsi établir d’ici un mois, un cahier des charges ainsi qu’un calendrier sur la réalisation de cette étude. Elle devra porter sur 5 points principaux : “les risques d’inondation, de séisme, de perte des alimentations électriques et de perte du refroidissement ainsi que la gestion opérationnelle des situations accidentelles”. Les opération de contrôles devront s’effectuer “installation par installation” afin de déterminer “si des améliorations sont nécessaires à la lumière des enseignements qui seront tirés de l’accident de Fukushima”.À lire aussiLe pied d’éléphant, cette effrayante masse radioactive cachée dans les entrailles de TchernobylParallèlement, à cette étude, les contrôles de chaque centrale en activité qui s’effectue normalement tous les dix ans par les autorités de sûreté se poursuivront.Pour l’heure, l’ASN a indiqué dans un communiqué, que “les balises radiométriques (…) n’ont pas détecté de hausse de la radioactivité par rapport à la normale, tant en métropole qu’en outre-mer. En complément (…) des analyses plus précises, réalisées en laboratoire sur les poussières présentes dans l’atmosphère, sont en cours. Les résultats, qui seront disponibles dans quelques jours, seront rendus publics”. Le 25 mars 2011 à 10:37 • Maxime Lambert
Mauro Icardi hopes to build on a successful calendar year after his efforts were rewarded with numerous individual accolades.The Inter captain equally assured the fans they are going all out for a win in Turin when they trade tackles with Juventus.“I would absolutely not be content with a point at the Juventus Stadium. We go there to play it without fear, as that must be the mentality of a sportsman.”Icardi received several awards over the last 24 hours, from the Gran Gala’ del Calcio to this evening’s Gazzetta Awards.Capello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.“I am very happy with how my 2018 has gone so far. My first goal in the Champions League gave me indescribable emotions,” the Argentine told Football Italia.“I had been waiting such a long time for my first goal with the Seleccion and that came too, so I couldn’t have asked for anything more.“It has been an unforgettable year and along with my teammates we achieved the rewards for our hard work.”
Dr. Marvin ‘Doc’ Cheatham calls for the removal of a monument to Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson located in Wyman Park at a press conference on June 30.A coalition of citizens is calling on the city to remove a monument honoring two Confederate generals located in Wyman Park, saying the two fought to preserve racism and slavery and that the statue sends the wrong message in a city that has long struggled with race relations.Led by Dr. Marvin ‘Doc’ Cheatham, president of the Matthew A. Henson Development Corporation (f.k.a. Matthew A. Henson Neighborhood Association), supporters of the monument’s removal held a press conference in front of the statue, whose base lauds Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson as two “great generals and Christian soldiers” who “waged war like gentleman,” on June 30.“We are asking today, the mayor of the city of Baltimore, and the Baltimore City Council, to follow the same [direction] they purportedly are moving in as it relates to Robert E. Lee Park, that’s in Baltimore County, that the city owns,” said Cheatham, referring to the Baltimore County park the council has moved to rename in the aftermath of the Charleston shooting at Mother Emanuel AME Church and at the behest of county executive Kevin Kamenetz.Doni Glover, founder and CEO of DMGlobal Communications, also spoke at the press conference, addressing the inscription on the base of the statue referring to the generals’ Christianity.“I don’t know what God they praised, and I don’t know what Jesus they looked at, but our God does not endorse slavery of anybody,” said Glover, who also called for a monument to Harriet Tubman as an alternative to those honoring Confederate icons.Prior to the holding of the press conference, and perhaps in response to Cheatham’s announcement of it, Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the appointment of a commission to review all Confederate statues in the city and make recommendations as to what should be done with them.Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke attended and spoke at the press conference, saying she believed the mayor’s actions were in response to Cheatham’s efforts and calling those efforts a conversation starter.“Ever since [Cheatham] began this idea of coming here today, I have been supportive because now it will lead to the conversation [about race relations] we all keep telling each other we need to have in this city,” said Clarke.Debates about the appropriateness of Confederate symbols and monuments in public spaces have been occurring throughout the country in the aftermath of the Charleston shooting, and some in support of retaining the symbols have argued that they are historical, not ideological (i.e. racist), in nature. Local activist Mark Hughes addressed this argument in his comments during the press conference.“This statue has to go,” said Hughes. “It represents history, but it is not a history that we’re proud of. We need to be recognizing those people who were voiceless at many times, and who don’t have any memorials to them. That’s who needs to be recognized in this park.”
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. February 26, 2018 4 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now » Imagine this: You want to pull out a certain file from your computer, such as last quarter’s profit and loss statement. However, instead of seeing this file, you see a message on your computer that says, “Computer compromise detected. To see the file, you must pay $500 to purchase software to decrypt the file.”Oh-oh . . . What you’re seeing is a form of malware called ransomware — and as we so often hear on the news, ransomware attacks happen more than you think. Ransomware informationSo how did you get this ransomware? Hackers distribute this type of malware in a number of ways, the most common way being through email.Related: 4 Ways Ransomware Companies Behave Like Legitimate BusinessesThe first thing I ask people who suspect ransomware is whether they have recently clicked an email link. Even if one of those links looks legitimate, like that says, “Upgrade your browser software by clicking here,” the effects can be devastating to your network and computer. Other methods hackers use include posing as law enforcement officials or as representatives of tech companies or government agencies. They also may prompt you to activate new software for data “protection.”So, what do you do?Now that you know what ransomware is and does, you should focus on how to prevent it from infecting your computers and what to do if you actually get a ransomware infection.First, never click on or pay anything when you see a ransomware notification or banner. Instead, wipe your drive clean and then restore your data. This is assuming you have your drive backed up. If not, you’re going to lose a lot of valuable information.Ransomware preventionThough an attack like this can be devastating, it is possible to prevent an infection from occurring in the first place. Do this by following these tips:Be suspicious. Consider making the firm decision to never open any attachment or click on any link from an email, even from a person you know.Utilize a browser extension that shows which websites may be malicious.Use both a firewall and security software.Back up your data regularly, and shoot for doing this every day. Seek out services that will back up your data for up to 90 days and save several versions of your files. This will help your company to recover your files before ransomware sets in.Related: Passwords Are Slowly Becoming a Thing of the PastRansomware usually attacks small businesses, and these sophisticated threats come from overseas. If your company becomes a victim of this type of attack, follow these tips:Tell the criminal you plan on paying the fee, but you need time to get the money together.Gather all of the correspondence.You can contact the police, but they may not do anything. Instead, contact your web-hosting provider.If you experience an extensive loss, consider contacting representatives at your nearest FBI branch, though they may do nothing, either.Handling computer virusesA computer virus is a file that copies itself, and then spreads to other devices. These threats often look like safe programs, but in reality, they are quite malicious. Symptoms of a computer virus include apps or programs that spontaneously open or close, and a computer that runs slowly.In addition, you may hear that others are receiving emails from you that you never sent.How to protect your company from virusesFortunately, you can protect your business from viruses in several ways:Don’t open any attachment, program or link found in an email unless it is something you are expecting. This includes messages from people you know. Hackers often send viruses by accessing a person’s address book.Don’t use a public wifi connection unless you also use a VPN, or virtual private network — or encryption software.Keep security software up to date, and pair it with a firewall.Use the most recent versions of your operating system and browser.Use administrative rights on your computer to prevent unauthorized installations.Train your staff on network and computer security. Make sure they also protect their personal devices.Back up your data on the network. If all else fails and everything is destroyed, you will have this backup to fall back on. Use two methods, such as a cloud and on-site system, to be safe.Related: Hackers Can Use Subtitles to Infect Your DevicesThough these tips are presented for businesses, you can apply them to home networks and computers, too. Anyone who uses a computer should understand how this malicious software works, and know how cyber thieves work. Only then should a network be trusted. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.
Technology | June 08, 2012 Bayer HealthCare Unveils Advances in CT Contrast Dose Management Solutions Powerful new Certegra Informatics Workstation launched at SIIM 2012 News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more Video Player is loading.Pierre Qian explains radiotherapy to ablate VTPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:34Loaded: 2.19%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:34 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Video Player is loading.Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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June 8, 2012 — Bayer Radiology and Interventional announced the introduction of the Certegra Workstation, an informatics-driven, touch-screen hub that enables time savings and improved patient care through a suite of CT (computed tomography) Contrast Dose Management applications and a new P3T 2.0 operating environment. The new workstation is being presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2012 in Orlando, Fla., June 7-12. Following the initial launch in the United States and Canada, the workstation will be rolled out in phases in markets around the world.The workstation serves as a single interface for radiology technologists, enabling them to provide improved patient care from study setup and preparation, to administration of the patient’s study. It will be the cornerstone of Bayer’s Contrast Dose Management solution and informatics platform. In establishing and uploading the patient’s contrast-injection record, the workstation imports patient data directly from the Modality Work List, reducing manual entry errors to the patient record.”Today’s technology-driven CT suite demands timely access to reliable contrast-dose records throughout the chain of care,” said Anthony Cinalli, vice president of the informatics business at Bayer Radiology and Interventional. “Enabling a single workflow-centralized interface, the workstation allows for fewer clicks, less manual entry, and greater control over the quality and consistency of patient care.”Interfacing with Medrad Stellant CT injection systems, the workstation’s comprehensive suite of software options provides physicians and healthcare professionals instant access to real-time actionable CT contrast data captured at the point of care, enabling benefits including:Reduce subdiagnostic studies, unnecessary rescans and associated radiation exposure (P3T 2.0 for personalized CT abdominal, cardiac and pulmonary angiography studies)Enable more complete diagnostic decisions (PACS [picture archiving and communications system] outbound interface)Speed up radiology report turnaround time and create greater study-volume bandwidth (RIS [radiology information system] and SR outbound interfaces)Improve department performance by trending, reporting and analyzing actionable data with pinpoint accuracy (Informatics starter package, and data analysis and reporting tool)For more information: www.bayerhealthcare.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Peter Harling, a Syria expert for the International Crisis Group, said the regime is conserving its manpower in Aleppo and meting out collective punishments through airstrikes on any neighborhoods under rebel control.The lack of progress on the ground and civilian frustration has been part of the impetus for the rebels to put aside their differences and work together, he noted.“They are increasingly faced with anger and frustration in places coming from people who don’t see them making progress that is tangible,” he said. “That’s a driver behind these unification attempts _ I think the opposition needs to show some results and break out of this impasse one way or another.”Yet the new council includes just 80 percent of the estimated 8,000-10,000 rebels fighting the regime in and around Aleppo. The commanders say that Jebha al-Nusra, or the Victory Front, which follows an extreme Islamist ideology and includes foreign fighters, remains outside the council.The powerful smuggler-turned-rebel-leader Abu Ibrahim, who controls the border crossing with Turkey through his Northern Storm brigade, also declined to join with his 700 fighters.He told AP he was invited to join but was withholding his support because the new outfit lacked organization. The new military council was announced Sept. 9. It brings together two of the biggest rebel players in Aleppo and the countryside, and should allow for better coordinated attacks against the 30 percent of the city still in regime hands.The rebels have long been hampered by their division into dozens of competing groups, some with better links to funding and weapons, while others have more manpower. There has been little coherent strategy, and organizing a major assault can often involve negotiations among dozens of independent outfits.“Before we made this council, the military aid used to come to just one man, and the people on the ground would get nothing. By forming this council, now aid comes to everyone, and everyone gets part of it,” said Abdel Aziz Salameh, a former honey trader, based in the town of Tel Rifaat. He runs the biggest network of fighters in the province and is part of the Tawhid Division.He described how assaults often had to be called off when his men ran out of ammunition after days of hard fighting and had to regroup and scrounge for more.No rebel group admits to getting weapons or ammunition from abroad. They say instead that they get funds from Syrians abroad and use it to buy weapons from smugglers. Top Stories Four benefits of having a wireless security system How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day The uprising against President Bashar Assad began in March 2011, when protests calling for political change were met by a violent government crackdown by government troops. Many in the opposition took up arms, and activists say more than 23,000 people have been killed.Salameh’s one-time rival is Col. Abdel Jabbar Aqidi, a recently defected officer from Assad’s military and the official representative of the Free Syrian Army. He received the lion’s share of the funding from Syrians abroad, but did not have the manpower to take advantage of it.“There were differences among the organizations and now we are united in our structure to improve our fighting,” the blue-eyed officer in smartly ironed fatigues told The Associated Press from the basement of his villa set among olive groves in a village north of Aleppo. “Unity and coordination make us more effective in the revolution.”The rebel assault on Aleppo, a city of about 3 million, began in July after the government crushed a similar attack on the capital of Damascus. In this case, however, the forces were more evenly matched and to the surprise of many, the outgunned rebels not only held on but expanded their hold on the city in fierce urban combat. The barracks was a key government bastion and part of a string of regime strong points being targeted by the rebels, including the military intelligence headquarters as well as the medieval citadel in the center of the city.The response, however, was swift. For three days, government artillery and plans unleashed a withering bombardment of rebel-controlled areas nearby.Human rights groups have reported a spike in civilian casualties as the regime staves off rebel advances with heavy weapons.“A pattern has emerged in recent weeks in areas where government forces, pushed into retreat by opposition forces, are now indiscriminately bombing and shelling lost territory _ with disastrous consequences for the civilian population,” said the London-based Amnesty International in a briefing paper Wednesday.Just two days after taking over the barracks, nearby neighborhoods were constantly buzzed by helicopters and regime fighter jets that lazily circled the city, confident in their invulnerability before diving to bombard a target.Residents report the use of “barrel bombs” that appear to be large drums packed with explosives that can take down whole buildings.Despite occasionally shooting down helicopters, most recently over Damascus on Thursday, the rebels are still struggling to confront this airborne menace for civilians both inside the city and in the country. Associated PressALEPPO, Syria (AP) – Rebels have taken a major stride in uniting their ranks in the battle for Syria’s largest city, giving them hope they could tip the balance after three months of bloody, stalemated combat in Aleppo, one of the biggest prizes of the civil war.The question is how much more destruction the city can bear.Government troops are retaliating against more effective rebel attacks with increasingly devastating bombardment, and civilians are bearing the brunt, with their neighborhoods left in ruins. Comments Share “The rebels should be organized like an ordinary military, with the men totally under control of the leadership and each man knowing his role,” he said, dismissing Aqidi and Salameh as weak leaders with little operational control of their men.The problems over unity are also replicated on a broader level across the country. There have been talks under way to unite and reorganize the Free Syrian Army under the leadership of defected Gen. Mohammed al-Haj Ali, but it is not clear if any progress has been made.When asked if he would be part of the effort to unite the rebels, Aqidi only smiled and declined to comment.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Sponsored Stories Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center While the rebels are poorly equipped and lacking much organization, their successes have as much to do with their tenacity as the state of the Syrian army in Aleppo.“Significant weaknesses among the Syrian armed forces have been the primary factor behind the deadlock in Aleppo,” said Torbjorn Soltvedlt, a senior analyst with the Britain-based Maplecroft risk analysis group, explaining that the bulk of the regime’s trusted troops were based around Damascus. Other units are constantly in danger of hemorrhaging men through defections to the rebel cause.“The regime has been unable to use the main highway between Damascus in the south and Aleppo in the north to reinforce and supply its forces,” he said, because of rebel control of the city of Rastan, on the highway, and parts of the Idlib province countryside around it.The Syrian army, whose raison d’etre until recently was a full scale tank war with Israel, is also not accustomed to counterinsurgency tactics in urban environments _ something the rebels, for all their flaws, appear to have adapted to quite quickly.Already there have been some successes, including the overrunning of a military barracks in the northern Aleppo neighborhood of Thakanet Hanano on Sept. 10 that involved several battalions working together.
Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians wants nothing to do with it.“I think it’s a total distraction, and I think it’s an embarrassment to players,” Arians said in an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio. “I think when players are released, some of the things that are said between coaches and players are too personal, and nobody else’s business.”The league did offer exemptions to teams to allow them to avoid being picked. Teams with first-year head coaches, teams that have been in the postseason at least once in the last two seasons and teams that have been featured on Hard Knocks in the last decade would be exempt. Hard Knocks is a highly-popular HBO football documentary that focuses on one team during the course of their training camp, giving fans an inside look at life in the National Football League.The show recently concluded its eighth season, with the Cincinnati Bengals as the focus of the program.Earlier this week, the NFL announced they’ll be able to force teams to participate in future seasons of the program should no franchise volunteer to be featured. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments Share
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we are not there yet,The real Kanwariyas do not necessarily wear saffron (the colour of renunciation) they recite Bol Bum carry a Kanwar and traditionally consume bhaang (cannabis which is taken to be a blessing from Lord Shiva) A Kanwariya carrying the traditional Kanwar while on yatra Firstpost/Mirah Zamin Sheela Sharma a teacher by profession and resident of Ayodhya says that women were forbidden to take part in the yatra because in earlier times there were no proper roads or places to rest and women were not considered strong enough to be part of such a difficult journey that entailed carrying a heavy Kanwar and walking barefoot across distances between 100 and 250 kilometres Further the Kanwar Mela is annually organised only in Haridwar during Mahashivratri where followers of Shiva come to seek blessings "During the late 1990s the religious yatra was given a fresh face in the form of Hindutva" says Shravan Yadav an organiser of the Kanwar Yatra adding "After the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1993 many Hindu voices began to establish their own samitis (committees) for the Kanwar Yatra and this was the first time that the locals took part in the yatra" The ruckus associated with Kanwariyas began with the involvement of youths particularly those who had political leanings for example members of Hindu Yuva Vahini At first the youths were bribed into it by the local leaders of an area but soon they too began too enjoy the limelight and free supplies of alcohol marijuana and cannabis What started as a religious tradition became political propaganda where free-spirited youths were allowed to display and project their aggression A group of Kanwariyas making the yatra Firstpost/Mirah Zamin Hussain Imam an advocate in the Allahabad High Court’s Lucknow Bench says "The Kanwariyas were considered so aggressive that people started fearing them In fact many incidents of theft looting and assault were registered against them but because no particular names were given no action could be taken?LOS ANGELES, “The Police first Responders then deposited his body in a morgue. Patrick’s Day-themed run down The Greenway. Jonathan will also hold bilateral meetings in Islamabad with the presidents of Pakistan, there is tremendous pressure to put up candidates. “Since inception in 2011, Is the struggle for power now so ghoulish that some people have lost their humanity over it? After climbing through one of the walls.
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