Fire breaks out at Krishnanagar terminus, four buses gutted

first_imgKolkata: Four buses were burnt to ashes after fire broke out at Krishnanagar bus terminus on Thursday night. Two more buses were damaged partially in the incident. The cause of fire is still unknown.According to sources, around 40 buses were parked at the said bus terminus on Thursday night. Later at around 12 am, some drivers and staff members saw a bus inside the terminus catch fire. Police and fire brigade were immediately informed. But before firefighters could reach the spot, fire had spread to three more buses. Three fire tenders were pressed into action and the blaze was brought under control after two hours. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaSome locals alleged that the burning of the buses might have been intentional but police have not found any clue which can substantiate the allegation. Firefighters suspect that the fire might have occurred due to heat in the engine or short-circuit in the battery. Some bus drivers stated that before the fire broke out, staff members of the said bus were cooking food inside the bus using a kerosene stove. From there, the fire somehow touched the bus and burnt it down. However, the exact cause of fire can only be ascertained after a mechanical checkup. Sources have informed that a forensic test will be done for the same.last_img read more

India had anti-satellite missile capability in 2007, but no political will: Ex-ISRO chief

first_imgHyderabad: Former ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair said on Wednesday that India had the anti-satellite missile capability more than a decade ago but there was no political will at the time to demonstrate it. He said when China shot down an ageing weather satellite by launching a missile in 2007, India had the technology to undertake a similar mission. “…now (Prime Minister Narendra) Modiji has taken the initiative and he had the political will and courage to say that we will do this. We have now demonstrated this to whole world,” Nair told PTI. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’He had headed the ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), Space Commission and was Secretary in the Department of Space from 2003 to 2009. Nair joined the BJP in October 2018. Asked if India could have demonstrated the anti-satellite missile capability in 2007 itself, Nair said “certainly”, but it could not be done due to absence of “political decision” to go ahead with it at that time. “Now, Modiji has courageously taken the decision,” he said. The prime minister on Wednesday announced India had demonstrated the capability by shooting down a live satellite, describing it as a rare achievement that puts the country in an exclusive club of space superpowers. India is only the fourth country to have such a specialised capability after the US, Russia and China.last_img read more

Deploring latest military escalation UN mission in Libya urges immediate ceasefire

“The timing of airstrikes clearly aims at undermining the ongoing efforts to end the conflict,” the Mission said of Saturday’s escalation.It noted that Benghazi has suffered for too long, with too many civilians having been killed or wounded and more than 100,000 having been displaced by the conflict that has raged in the city for over a year now. Residential neighbourhoods have been reduced to rubble, it added.The airstrikes are “a clear attempt to undermine and derail the ongoing efforts to end the conflict” at a time when the negotiations currently taking place in Skhirat, Morocco, have entered “a final and most critical stage,” said the Mission.“The only solution must be within the framework of the ongoing dialogue process and a political settlement that ensures inclusion, balance and consensus. The parties in Libya now have a historic opportunity to reach such an agreement that brings an end to the divisions and suffering, and allows for a new page to be turned in Libya,” it continued.“UNSMIL calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities in Benghazi and across Libya, and on the warring parties to desist from any escalation or counterattack, and to exercise utmost restraint to give the ongoing dialogue in Skhirat the chance to successfully conclude in the coming hours.” read more

Gallery Mens Wrestling vs Penn State

Team captains meet in the center of the mat as the coin is tossed. The Ohio State Buckeyes hosted the Penn State Nittany Lions in a Big Ten Dual Meet in a sold out St. John Arena on Feb. 8, 2019. Credit: Sal Marandino | For The Lantern  The Ohio State Wrestling team took on undefeated No. 1 Penn State at St. John Arena on Feb. 8 and suffered a 28-9 loss. Photos by Sal Marandino

American mining industry achieves safest year on record

first_imgNational Mining Association President and CEO Hal Quinn released the following comments upon confirmation by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) that 2008 marked the safest year on record in US mining: “By achieving our safest year on record in 2008, US mining is demonstrating that significant improvements in workplace health and safety can be realised through the use of advanced technology, enhanced safety training and awareness, sound laws and regulations and sophisticated risk analysis.  It takes a commitment by all members of the mining community-operators, miners and regulators-to use all these tools to make good on our shared commitment to achieve zero fatalities and injuries in America’s mines.“More than $500 million has been invested in new safety and training technology at US mines over the last three years.  Mines are promoting mine safety and health as a core value-instilling the values of safety leadership, accountability and personal involvement in every employee and providing them with the training and tools to prevent fatalities, injuries and occupational illnesses.  As a result, half of the nation’s mines operate each year without a single lost-time injury.“The 51 people who lost their lives at US mines in 2008 are a great loss to all of us. Their loss also means we are short of the only goal that counts – zero fatalities. US mining is back on track with year-over-year improvements in mine safety that began in the 1990s-a trend that has resumed in a year with record new employment and resource production.”last_img read more

Asteroid watch Look on as a 2milewide continentkiller floats past Earth today

first_imgSomewhere out there in the deepness of space is the object that is on course to cause the next great extinction event on Earth. The space rock passing by today is probably not that object, but it has the potential to be a real continent-killer. Asteroid 1998 QE2 is nearly 2 miles in diameter, and it’s going to pass within 3.6 million miles of Earth. In astronomical terms, that’s a close call.If you’re looking for a yardstick of sorts, the asteroid is going to be about 15 times farther away than the moon is. The object is going to approaching close enough that astronomers all over the world are pointing their telescopes at 1998 QE2, and NASA is even planning to have a live webcast of the asteroid’s passing at about 4:59PM EDT today. Before that, there will be a White House Google+ Hangout to talk over the event at 2PM EDT.1998 QE2 was (as its name suggest) discovered in 1998 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lincoln Near Earth Asteroid Research Program near Socorro, NM. Given its size and nearness of its orbit to Earth, researchers have been keeping tabs on it.The light from the asteroid will be less than 1% as bright as the dimmest visible stars. Observers on the ground won’t be able to make out 1998 QE2 without a telescope, but planetariums around the world are going to be watching.This particular space rock might not be on a collision course with our planet, but it is inevitable Earth will get in the way of an object this size or bigger in the future. It has happened before, and if we don’t prevent it, the same will happen again. An object the size of 1998 QE2 would create an impact crater over 10 miles wide, and rain molten rock across thousands of square miles while also throwing up enough dust to drastically alter the Earth’s climate. Might be a good idea to keep an eye out, right?last_img read more

Tassie Greeks welcome refugees

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram With Australia about to take the highest number of refugees since the early days of mass migration from southern Europe, two elderly Greek Australians in Tasmania this week reflected on their own experiences and offered advice to the latest wave of migrants.“We should help those people. They should leave their problems behind and start a new life.”Responding to the crisis in Syria which has left over seven million people homeless, in his last days as prime minister Tony Abbott announced an additional 12,000 refugees fleeing the Middle East will be able to call Australia home.The policy shift will see the total number of migrants under Australia’s refugee and humanitarian programs rise to 25,750 in a single year. Tasmania has committed to doubling its usual annual intake of refugees this year to about 1,000. Victoria will take four times that number and NSW is scheduled to receive about 7,000.As the nation reflects on the imminent arrival of the refugees, the ABC sought the advice of a previous generation who migrated Down Under in the years immediately after World War II.With just a few shillings in his pocket when he arrived in Melbourne in March 1950, Nick Anagnostis left his family in Lesvos in search of a new life in the southern hemisphere.“I was 15 years of age, I came on my own, without knowing anyone, and without knowing the language,” he told the ABC.“I wasn’t feeling well at all, I was in tears sometimes, because I was really, really on my own.”His first job was in a family friend’s milk bar in Sydney. At 17 he bought his first business, a restaurant in Port Stephens. Soon after he sold up and moved to Tasmania where he bought a second restaurant which he owned until the mid-sixties.In Hobart, where he later ran a successful corner store, he met his wife Helen, and three children and 10 grandchildren followed.Nick says he feels for those displaced by the Syrian conflict, thousands of whom have sought refuge in his ancestral island on their journey to western Europe.“The island I come from is very close to Turkey, and every day there are hundreds and hundreds arriving there,” he said.“We should help those people. They should leave their problems behind and start a new life. Forget where they came from because this is paradise, in every way. If there is paradise then this is where we’re living,” says Nick, who adds that Australia’s island state has only one down side. “The only thing in Tasmania is, we’ve got beautiful beaches and the water’s a bit too cold.”Fellow Tasmanian John Anagnostoru came to Australia in 1951 when he was 26 with a young wife and child.John left Greece because of the inability to find work in the country shattered by civil war. After working for NSW Railways at Sydney’s Central Station for a number of years, he moved his family to Tasmania to escape the racism and discrimination they experienced in the NSW capital.“We were known as ‘new Australians’,” he says. “Very unfriendly, people were. I mean, you’d go in a street for instance and ask someone for directions and they wouldn’t stop to talk to you.”John says Tasmanians were much friendlier and the family decided to stay. He went on to work for the Post Master General, now Telstra, for 35 years.He and his wife were blessed with two children and now have three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.John’s advice to newly-arrived refugees is to take any job that’s on offer.“Try to assimilate with the Australian people, and abide by the laws of the country,” he said.“People should not be in their own corner, they should mix with the local people.”last_img read more

Terrifying Death Roll Almost Universal Among Crocodile Species

first_img Watch: Here’s How Florida’s Gatorland Is Preparing for Hurri…Alligators Spotted ‘Swimming’ in Road, Climbing Fences in Florida Stay on target The infamous “death roll” — the terrifying spinning maneuver crocodiles and alligators make to dismember prey — may be more common among species than previously believed, according to a new study.Because crocodiles can’t chew, crocodiles use a powerful bite coupled with a full-bodied twisting motion to disable, kill, and dismember prey into smaller pieces. This death roll maneuver had only been documented in a few of the 25 living crocodilian species, but researchers found that this move is actually almost universal among all the species.“We conducted tests in all 25 species, and 24 of them exhibited the behavior,” said Stephanie Drumheller-Horton, a paleontologist and adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at UT, and lead author of the study published in Ethology, Ecology & Evolution,It was previously believed that slender-snouted species, like the Indian gharial, didn’t roll because their diets consist of small prey like fish, eaten whole.But it turns out that feeding isn’t the only time the animals might roll.“Aggression between individual crocodylians can become quite intense, often involving bites and death rolls in establishing dominance or competition for females,” said one of the researchers, Kent Vliet from the University of Florida.Paleosuchus palpebrosus, also known as Cuvier’s dwarf caiman. (Photo Credit: Kent Vliet / University of Florida)Paleosuchus palpebrosus, commonly called Cuvier’s dwarf caiman, is the only species that did not perform a death roll under experimental conditions. Researchers said, however, it may be possible “that they were just being uncooperative.”So it’s confirmed: Whether in the Northern Territories of Australia, a lake in the Serengeti, or a watering hole in the late Cretaceous, chances are that a patient predator is waiting in the water to surprise its next meal with a burst of speed, a powerful bite, and a spinning — and lethal — finish.More on’s What Happened When Scientists Dropped a Dead Alligator to the SeafloorWatch: Monster Alligator Takes a Casual Stroll in Florida NeighborhoodGiant 700-Pound Alligator Found in Ditch in Georgialast_img read more

ASA Farm Groups Press USDA USTR on Japan and Canada in TPP

first_imgIn a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Mike Froman and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack last week, ASA and a coalition of more than 40 farm organizations reemphasized the core aspects of a successful Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement as both Canada and Japan move to enter TPP negotiations in coming months. In July, a large majority of the groups wrote to Ambassador Froman and Secretary Vilsack to outline what they called the “Core Principles for a Successful TPP Agreement.”“We are writing to you again because even at this late hour Japan and Canada have yet to convey their acceptance of key TPP market access objectives. In 2011, the leaders of the TPP nations agreed they would “serve to define this historic agreement and set a new standard for trade agreements in the future.”  Those objectives include comprehensiveness and the elimination of tariffs and other non-tariff barriers to trade,” wrote the groups. “We urge you to insist that Japan and Canada fully adopt these objectives and undertake concessions commensurate with their status as two of the world’s largest economies and with the enormous economic gains they can expect to achieve as a result of this agreement.”For the full letter, please click here.last_img read more

Police searching for missing elderly man last seen in Hollywood

first_imgHOLLYWOOD, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are searching for an elderly man who went missing from a retirement home in Hollywood, Monday.One hundred-year-old Bienvenido Roda was seen leaving the retirement home, located along 16th Avenue and Garfield Street, wearing green pants and a white shirt.Roda stands at 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 117 pounds.If you have any information on his whereabouts, call Hollywood police at 954-764-4357.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

KMC conducts surprise raids at several city bakeries

first_imgKolkata: The food safety wing of Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) on Monday conducted surprise raids at a number of bakeries involved in the making of cakes and pastries and collected a number of samples. “The samples will be tested in the laboratory of KMC and if irregularities are found, action will be taken as per the legal provisions under the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI),” said Deputy Mayor Atin Ghosh, who also holds the charge of the Health department of KMC. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe KMC team visited as many as 17 bakeries in areas like Alimuddin Street, Behala and Sealdah area, to ensure that sanitation and hygiene is properly maintained during preparation of cakes and pastries. The officials instructed the units about proper maintenance of cleanliness and warned them of action if they ignored these aspects. “Some of the manufacturing units were found unhygienic and they have been cautioned,” an officer said. “Christmas is the time when there is a huge demand for cakes and whenever there is increased demand, there is a tendency of compromising with the quality during preparation of bulk items,” said a senior food safety officer who was present during the drive. The Deputy Mayor made it clear that the officers will conduct regular food drives with emphasis on cakes and pastries until Christmas. “During Durga Puja and Kali Puja, we conducted drives in restaurants and food stalls. We also checked the kitchens to ensure that the ingredients used for cooking meet the standards of Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI),” said the FSSAI officer of KMC.last_img read more

Jamaica celebrates its third annual Pride week

first_imgThis is Jamaica’s third annual Pride week. The Pride festivities happening on 6 August coincide with Jamaican Independence Day.Here are some of the best social media posts from Jamaica Pride 2017. It’s a wrap here at the #PRiDEJA2017 Wellness Walk and Health Fair. Thanks to @equalityja, @jamplus , @jamaica_moves, @jaslinfo and @nfpb_srha for a great event! #health #wellness #fitness #wellbeing #healthcareA post shared by TransWave (@trans_wave) on Aug 5, 2017 at 9:25am PDT GAYSTARNEWS- GSN has reached out to the organizers of Jamaica Pride, J-Flag, for comment.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… About #Funday today #prideJa2017 #prideja Third year of #pride for #jamaica #jflag #awesome #islandvibes #islandstyle #islandlife #caribbeanlife #caribbeanvibes #caribbealiving #takenwithsamsung #phonephotography : @verbeke.thephotographerA post shared by Ulelli Verbeke (@verbeke.thephotographer) on Aug 5, 2017 at 6:29pm PDT eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The #PrideJa2017 Health and Wellness Fair continues to 11am at Hope Gardens You still have time to come enjoy the excitement!A post shared by PRiDEJA Magazine (@pridejamagazine) on Aug 5, 2017 at 7:49am PDT Fashion Sighting #PRiDEJA2017 #fashion #OutLoudJa #Pride #lgbt #colourA post shared by TransWave (@trans_wave) on Aug 5, 2017 at 12:47pm PDT Though it’s illegal to be gay in Jamaica, some in the LGBTI community there celebrated Pride regardless. Issa vibe #PrideJa2017 #BreakfastParty #Sunday #partyA post shared by Neish Mac (@neishmac) on Aug 6, 2017 at 8:29am PDT Family Funday begins at 12noon at Hope Gardens!! Come out with your family and friends #PrideJa2017A post shared by J-FLAG (@equalityja) on Aug 5, 2017 at 9:38am PDTcenter_img 77 NYC Pride-goers you wish you could celebrate love with every prideIcons in LGBTI history and today share their pivotal stories in 29 portraitsThese photos of LGBTI people meeting at San Diego Pride prove we know what love stands forRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : #BreakfastParty is about to be lit The rain has stopped so come rush out #PrideJa2017A post shared by J-FLAG (@equalityja) on Aug 6, 2017 at 6:05am PDT Happy Sunday! It’s a Pride #IndependenceDay in Jamaica! #PrideJa2017 #LifeInTheTropicsA post shared by Shelly-Ann “Dr Sexy-Ann” Weeks (@drsexxyann) on Aug 6, 2017 at 10:53am PDT All kinds of fun activities happening at the #PrideJa2017 Health and Wellness Fair, Hope Gardens! Big up the @jamplus team for being in the house!A post shared by J-FLAG (@equalityja) on Aug 5, 2017 at 7:08am PDT What a great way to end the #PrideJa2017 #FamilyFunDay Thanks to everyone who came out, see you tomorrow for the #BreakfastParty A post shared by J-FLAG (@equalityja) on Aug 5, 2017 at 4:59pm PDT It’s boo time with @glenlocks We are taking care of our health and wellbeing. #PrideJa2017 #health #wellbeing #fitness #wellnessA post shared by Neish Mac (@neishmac) on Aug 5, 2017 at 7:19am PDT The party too sweet! #PrideJa2017 Breakfast party lit!!!! @tweetydeliciousA post shared by Shelly-Ann “Dr Sexy-Ann” Weeks (@drsexxyann) on Aug 6, 2017 at 10:43am PDT #HappyIndependence #HappyPride #PrideJA2017 #BreakfastPartyA post shared by Nazneen (@sassialli) on Aug 6, 2017 at 8:36am PDT Happy Independence day beautiful people #PrideJa2017 #IndependenceDay #OutLoudJa #WhyIPrideA post shared by J-FLAG (@equalityja) on Aug 6, 2017 at 6:16am PDTlast_img read more

Cheap flights carrier Jet2com will introduce new

first_imgCheap flights carrier will introduce new flights to Majorca from Edinburgh as part of its 2010 summer schedule.The largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands is the airline’s 12th destination from the Scottish capital, with twice-weekly departures scheduled to commence on June 26th.In addition, will increase its frequency of flights to Ibiza with three weekly services after experiencing an “overwhelming” demand from passengers.Commenting on Majorca’s appeal, a statement said: “[It] not only boasts warm weather and great beaches, it also has plenty of sightseeing from La Seu, the stunning 14th century Gothic Cathedral to museums and art galleries.”The island is also filled with fun activities from kayaking, rock climbing and hiking in the picturesque Tramuntana Mountains.”Majorca is also home to an exciting, varied nightlife, with Magaluf and Palma Nova considered to be the party hotspots.Elsewhere, will double the number of its flights to Tel Aviv from Manchester next month.This is in light of increased demand from passengers, with approximately 10,000 people travelling on the route between May and December last year.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map celebrates passenger celebrates passenger landmarkFlights to Brive to be launched by Jet2.comFlights to Brive to be launched by reveals summer 2011 schedule from reveals summer 2011 schedule from Manchesterlast_img read more

Fewer passengers travelled on flights to and from

first_imgFewer passengers travelled on flights to and from Isle of Man Airport in July, but the shortfall from previous months is closing.The airport accommodated just over 63,500 passengers over the course of the month – 1,300 fewer than the figure recorded in July 2009.Despite the decline, the shortfall is continuing to close, with the figure of 1,300 representing a two percent fall. In June, the deficit stood at 2.6 percent, while April and May’s were into double figures.Ann Reynolds, Isle of Man Airport’s director, said the recession, a harsh winter and the ash cloud had all taken their toll on passenger numbers.”We had predicted a small increase for July as we expected that confidence would gradually return to the air travel industry and whilst things are going in the right direction, we are not there yet,” she explained.”We are not alone with this and other airports are finding the return to growth also to be slower than expected.”In July, the airport said that passenger numbers were beginning to show “signs of improvement” following two difficult months.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedPassenger numbers begin to improve at Isle of Man AirportMore than 61,300 passengers flew into and out of Isle of Man Airport during OctoberFewer passengers pass through Isle of Man Airport in FebruaryFewer passengers pass through Isle of Man Airport in FebruaryIsle of Man Airport records small fall in passenger numbersIsle of Man Airport announced its passenger turnover during 2008 was just 0.16 percent lowerlast_img read more

Curtain falls for FBME as court denies request for rehearing

first_imgA US appeals court rejected the application of the owners of Tanzania’s FBME Bank for a rehearing of their rejected appeal on Tuesday.“Upon consideration of the appellant’s petition for panel rehearing filed on October 25, 2017, it is ordered that the petition be denied,” the United States Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia said.In April, the bank and the owners of FBME challenged the decision of the court of first instance not to overthrow the decision of the Finance Crime Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a division of the US Treasury, to ban the lender from transacting in dollars. In early October, the Bank of Tanzania, which five months earlier revoked the bank’s licence and placed it under liquidation, instructed FBME Bank to withdraw from the appeal, leaving FBME Ltd, the Cayman Islands-based holding company as the sole appellant.Days later, a lawyer of FBME informed the appeals court that the Cayman company had been struck off the company register and could so not sue or be sued. The court dismissed the appeal on October 24 as FBME Ltd had no capacity to sue. The owners of FBME informed the court that they reinstated the company the following day and requested the rehearing.FinCEN blacklisted FBME Bank after it described it as a financial institution of primarily money laundering concern. The lender maintained a branch in Cyprus which had its licence revoked by the Central Bank of Cyprus almost two years ago.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 AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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