Ghaziabad: Ghaziabad police, on Monday, have arrested a man for allegedly giving his wife an instant triple talaq from Niwari area.Cops said that the accused was demanding a car in dowry but when his wife’s family failed to fulfil demands, he thrashed her in front of her family and pronounced triple talaq. According to police, the accused has been identified as Imran, a native of Hapur district. “The couple got married in September 2018 and had a one month old daughter. The man works as supervisor in a private company,” said police. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAs per complaint filed by victim woman, the accused has been demanding a car in dowry soon after the marriage. “Imran’s family had been demanding a car in dowry but when her family failed to fulfil demands, they started demanding Rs 5 lakhs as cash and few other gifts. Very often they used to thrash woman over pity issues and beat her mercilessly. However, the woman came to her parent’s home to get a rid of harassment. A month later, the woman gave birth to a daughter and when Imran came to know about this, he arrived her home and started discussing with her father about the cash and gifts,” the complaint read. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchings”He didn’t talk about his newly born daughter and continuously demanded for car and gifts. When the woman told him that they cannot fulfil their demands, the accused slapped her in front of her parents and pronounced the word ‘Talaq’ three times to his wife,” the report further said. Meanwhile police have arrested the accused husband and has booked him under relevant sections. “Based on the complaint received, an FIR under the section of 498A (Husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty), 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation), 452 (House-trespass after preparation for hurt, assault or wrongful restraint), 307 (attempt to murder) of IPC and relevant section of dowry act and relevant section of Muslim woman (protection of rights on marriage) act 2018 has been registered at Niwadi police station of Ghaziabad,” said Dharmendra Singh, Station House Officer of Niwadi police station. A senior police officer of Ghaziabad police said that this is the first arrest made in Ghaziabad district since the triple talaq bill has passed.
“We are reaping the consequences of the idolatry,” Mr. D’Escoto told reporters at a press conference held after the end this week of the annual high-level debate at the General Assembly. He said the failure of the markets to correct the problems that have emerged over the past year taught an important lesson: blind trust in the markets will only lead to trouble. Mr. D’Escoto said solidarity was needed to overcome the crisis and to ensure that any response from policymakers was ethical and responsible and took into account the needs of the poorest, and not just financial institutions. He stressed that unity should be viewed as the guiding principle in all political, economic and individual life. The global financial crisis was the subject of much discussion during this year’s General Debate at the Assembly, with many world leaders raising concerns about its impact on the amount of aid and official development assistance (ODA) given by rich countries to poor States. 3 October 2008Unrestrained worship of the market has led to the current worldwide financial crisis, General Assembly President Miguel D’Escoto said today, calling for solidarity between individuals and governments and a renewed faith in the value of regulation to resolve the economic problems.
“At the moment, as in much of rural Morocco, these farmers are not equipped to face the challenges of an economy that is opening up to free market competition,” said Mounif Nourallah, country programme manager for Morocco of the UN International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD), which is providing a $16.2 million loan for the project.“Through better management of water, land and animal resources, and improved access to technical, financial and other support services, farmers will be able to increase and diversify their incomes in a sustainable manner,” Mr. Nourallah added. The loan agreement was signed yesterday at IFAD headquarters in Rome by the fund’s President, Lennart Båge, and Tajeddine Baddou, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, which is co-financing the project along with the OPEC Fund.IFAD said that communities will be at the heart of the project, which will help people in Boulmane Provice, one of the country’s poorest regions, prepare local development plans that address their priorities for development. Training will help strengthen their ability to plan and participate in the implementation and maintenance of investment activities, access rural financial services and create micro-enterprises, the fund added.In the area to benefit from the project, small farmers generally grow cereals on very small plots, where productivity is low because of severe climatic fluctuations and erosion causes flooding and landslides, IFAD said.
30 years later, car that starred in ‘Back To The Future’ is in middle of legal squabble by David Porter, The Associated Press Posted Jan 9, 2015 12:07 am MDT FILE- In this Oct. 26, 2010 file photo, cast members of the “Back to the Future” movies appear on the NBC “Today” television program, commemorating the 25th anniversary of the films, in New York. They are, from left, posing with a replica of the DeLorean car, Lea Thompson, Christopher Lloyd, Mary Steenburgen, Michael J. Fox, director Robert Zemeckis , and Huey Lewis. With the 30 year anniversary of the film approaching, there is renewed interest in the DeLorean, the car used as the model for the time machine used in the movie. One Texas based company that designs and sells DeLorean-themed products is being sued by John De Lorean’s widow for trademark infringement. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEWARK, N.J. – As “Back To The Future” celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, there’s a legal tussle over the futuristic car that provided the guts for the flying time machine used by Michael J. Fox in the classic 1985 film.Maverick automaker John DeLorean’s eponymous creation co-starred in the 1985 movie as it transported Marty McFly back to the 1950s to engineer his parents’ meeting — and, in a 1989 sequel, to a 2015 world that featured flying skateboards, automated dog-walkers and self-drying jackets.Now, DeLorean’s widow, Sally, claims in a federal lawsuit that Texas-based DeLorean Motor Company has been illegally using the DeLorean name to sell hats, pens, notebooks, key chains and other items, and has illegally licensed the name and images to other companies including Nike, Mattel, Urban Outfitters and Apple. The company has never been formally affiliated with the one DeLorean started.The Texas company “has improperly and illegally appropriated for its own use Mr. DeLorean’s legacy, including the DeLorean Identity, together with intellectual property,” the lawsuit alleges.The suit claims the company has plans to manufacture an electric version of the car, which it says would be illegal because the car’s design belongs to John DeLorean’s estate.In addition to seeking to stop the company from continuing to use the trademarks, the suit seeks damages as well as the company’s profits derived from their use. Through its attorney, the company has denied all claims and asserted it has the right to the trademarks.The two sides have a settlement conference scheduled for next month.John Z. DeLorean was an automotive innovator who began his career at General Motors and is credited by some with creating America’s first “muscle” car, the Pontiac GTO, in the mid-1960s. He left GM in the early 1970s to launch his own company and eventually produced the DMC 12, referred to simply as “the DeLorean,” a sleek, angular car with gull-wing doors and an unpainted stainless-steel exterior.Only about 9,000 of the cars were produced before DeLorean’s company went bankrupt in the early 1980s, but the car’s look and cult following helped land it a role in the “Back To The Future” films. According to the Internet Movie Database, the car was chosen because it would plausibly look like a spacecraft to people in the 1950s flashback scenes.DeLorean died in New Jersey in 2005 at age 80 after years of court battles that included a highly publicized drug trial in the 1980s in which he was acquitted of conspiring to sell millions of dollars of cocaine. His former estate in the rolling hills about 40 miles west of New York City was converted into a golf course by developer Donald Trump in 2004. Sally DeLorean lives in New Jersey with her daughter.Attorney R. Scott Thompson, who represents Sally DeLorean, said John DeLorean bought his company’s trademarks, images and other intellectual property during the company’s bankruptcy proceeding. The lawsuit alleges that in 2004 he gave the owners of the Texas company permission to make a small modification to the car’s user manual, and they acknowledged that DeLorean owned the intellectual property.“There is definitely no written agreement” relinquishing the trademarks, Thompson said, adding, “to the extent that any written agreement exists, it says the opposite.”At that time, the lawsuit contends, the Texas company was a “small forum” where DeLorean enthusiasts could buy or sell parts or exchange information. The company, disputes this characterization.William Mead, a New Jersey-based attorney representing DeLorean Motor Company, said in an email that the company existed for 10 years prior to John DeLorean’s death and has registered trademarks. He said DeLorean was aware of its operations and didn’t express opposition.The Texas company has been assembling and selling DeLorean cars made from original factory parts it acquired in the original bankruptcy proceeding, Mead said.“Now, years after Mr. DeLorean’s death, Sally DeLorean has unfortunately filed a lawsuit as a representative of the Estate of John DeLorean,” Mead said. “The DeLorean Motor Company denies that the Plaintiff has any right or authority to prevent the DeLorean Motor Company from operating its thirty-year-old business, and has no right to money damages.”
During a briefing from the Council’s subsidiary bodies dealing with counter-terrorism and non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, Gary Quinlan, chairman of the Committee established pursuant to resolutions 1267 (1999) and 1989 (2011) on Al-Qaida, said that the Committee is making “every effort to ensure that the sanctions framework is as effective a tool as possible in preventing Al-Qaida and its affiliates from threatening international peace and security.”These measures include making sure that the Al-Qaida Sanctions List is updated and as accurate as possible to facilitate the implementation of the sanctions measures. In February, the Committee officially delisted Osama Bin Laden and ensured that his frozen assets are not transferred to listed individuals or entities.The Committee has also implemented a special agreement facilitating information exchange with INTERPOL which has improved the quality of information and enhanced the implementation of the sanctions measures via INTERPOL’s special notice distribution system.In the context of Mali and the Sahel, the Committee sanctioned the Mouvement pour l’Unification et le Jihad en Afrique de l’Ouest (MUJAO) and Ansar Eddine, entities closely linked to the Organisation of Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb, as well as to the leaders of, and other individuals associated with, these groups.Mr. Quinlan urged Member States to continue their support for the Committee and application of its measures, noting that “the Al-Qaida sanctions regime can only be as effective as the sum of its parts.” Since his last briefing in November, Mr. Quinlan noted that “Al-Qaida affiliates in the Maghreb have waged a vicious insurgency in Mali, threatening the viability of that State and security in the region; Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula continued to be a strong factor affecting the on-going security situation in Yemen; and Al Shabaab remained an ongoing threat to the security environment in Somalia.” The Security Council also heard from Mohammed Loulichki, the chairman of the counter-terrorism committee, created pursuant to resolution 1373 (2001), who noted an upcoming special meeting focused on “enhancing cooperation and technical assistance to States in the Sahel region to strengthen their capacity in the global fight against terrorism.” The meeting is expected to be held in the last quarter of the year.In addition, the Committee will hold a meeting on 24 May on “countering terrorism through the use of new communications and information technologies,” such as the internet and mobile phone.Also addressing the Council was Kim Sook, chairman of the 1540 (2004) committee on WMD proliferation by non-State actors, who said he looked forward to closer cooperation with the two other committees and with Member States.In a joint statement to the Security Council, the three committees said they plan to increase their cooperation while maintaining respect for the independence of their respective expert groups and mandate. Among the areas of further cooperation, the committees plan to coordinate on common regional approaches to engage with Member States, increase engagement in on-site visits to Member States, and enhance coordination with the Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force (CTITF).The CTITF was set up in 2005 and brings together two dozen UN entities, working under mandates from the General Assembly, the Security Council and various specialized agencies, funds and programmes.
Ohio State sophomore running back Demario McCall (30) runs in a touchdown in the fourth quarter against Rutgers on Sep. 30. Ohio State won 56-0. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorIn the past, Ohio State has been heavily hit by underclassmen forgoing their remaining years of eligibility to leave school early for the NFL draft. Last year, five players — Malik Hooker, Raekwon McMillan, Marshon Lattimore, Curtis Samuel and Noah Brown — departed for the NFL with a year or two of eligibility remaining. Nine Ohio State players forwent eligibility and left for the NFL after the 2015 season.But Monday’s deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NFL came and went with only three Ohio State players — cornerback Denzel Ward, defensive end Sam Hubbard and linebacker Jerome Baker — declaring their intentions to leave early for the NFL draft. Here is a look at who won and lost, based on the three early departures and those who could have gone but elected to stay.Winner: Ohio StateNo single player won or lost more than Ohio State won.Defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones, running back Mike Weber, cornerbacks Damon Arnette and Kendall Sheffield, and wideouts Parris Campbell, Johnnie Dixon, K.J. Hill and Terry McLaurin decided to return to Ohio State for the 2018 season.Jones and Campbell were highly regarded in early draft rankings and Weber’s starting spot was overtaken by freshman running back J.K. Dobbins. Often, a player who many suspect to return makes a surprise exit for the NFL. Last year, it was Brown who left early — even though he was a seventh-road pick.This year, the Buckeyes had no surprise losses and retained some of their top players. That’s a win for what is expected to once again be a top-10 team.Loser: Demario McCallFor the second straight year, sophomore Demario McCall was lost in the shuffle of playmakers. The athlete has looked like an explosive playmaker in his limited playing time, but as a freshman was behind Samuel, Campbell and others. McCall was expected to assume a larger role in the offense in 2017, but never found a steady position and struggled with a groin injury, eventually causing Ohio State to redshirt him.His path to playing in 2018 seems just as difficult as it has been in years past. McCall played running back in high school and has bounced around positions in college, but spent the entire 2017 season with the H-backs. With Campbell, Hill and Weber remaining in college, McCall’s string of bad luck continued. His talent might overcome the issues of crowded position groups, but he lacks an easy path to playing time.Winner: The next starting quarterbackNot a single early entree into the NFL draft came from Ohio State’s offense. Whether Tate Martell, Dwayne Haskins or Joe Burrow lines up at quarterback against Oregon State opening weekend, the starter will have an overflowing cast of receivers, a duo of starter-caliber running backs and an offensive line that, unexpectedly, did not lose anyone.Having a bevy of options, most of whom have experience in big games, should be a boon to the future signal-caller.Loser: Backup running backs (Antonio Williams, Brian Snead, Master Teague)After Ohio State win in the Cotton Bowl, Weber sang “Carmen Ohio” with his teammates with tears falling down his cheeks. Many people expected those tears to be flowing since he knew it was his last game. That made it a surprise when he announced that he will remain a Buckeye for the 2018 season.With Weber’s return, sophomore Antonio Williams will likely remain Ohio State’s third-string running back for the third season in a row, and incoming freshmen Brian Snead and Master Teague will have limited opportunities.Ohio State redshirt sophomore defensive end Jonathon Cooper warms up prior to the Buckeyes’ season-opening 49-21 win over Indiana on Aug. 31 in Bloomington, Indiana. Credit: Colin Hass-Hill | Sports EditorWinner: Jonathon CooperDefensive ends Tyquan Lewis and Jalyn Holmes exhausted their eligibilities and Hubbard, as expected, declared early for the NFL draft. That opened up a starting spot across from Nick Bosa, which many people expect freshman defensive end Chase Young to fill. But regardless of who wins the starting position, redshirt freshman defensive end Jonathon Cooper will have an important role.Bosa, Young and Cooper are the only defensive ends returning to Ohio State. Incoming freshmen Tyreke Smith and Alex Williams could play, but Cooper’s importance increased with Hubbard’s decision to leave for the NFL.Losers: Backup defensive tacklesDre’Mont Jones decided to return to Ohio State’s interior defense, limiting the chances for less-experienced defensive tackles to play. Defensive tackles Jashon Cornell and Davon Hamilton have played reserve roles in their first couple seasons. And given Jones’ return, they are likely to remain backups during their redshirt junior seasons. Freshmen Haskell Garrett and Jerron Cage likely will once again have sparse playing time opportunities, unless either. Winner: Jeffrey OkudahIn the past two seasons, cornerbacks coach Kerry Coombs has employed a three-cornerback system, rotating a trio the majority of games. With Ward deciding to leave early, a spot arises for freshman Jeffrey Okudah to step up and earn starter-level snap counts. When Ward sat out during the Cotton Bowl, Okudah stepped in and played well against USC quarterback Sam Darnold, a likely top-10 NFL draft pick. Okudah is the early favorite with Arnette and Sheffield as one of the rotating three starters.
A man who had a “completely unshakeable obsession” with BBC presenter Emily Maitlis has been jailed for three years for repeatedly breaching a restraining order.Edward Vines, 46, who read English at Cambridge University’s Queen’s College while Newsnight host Ms Maitlis was an undergraduate, spent 25 years bombarding her and her family with letters. He added: “You have known for 25 years that this woman wants nothing to do with you. You’ve plagued her life and the life of her family.”Jurors took less than an hour to find Vines guilty of both counts. He showed no emotion as the jury foreman returned the verdicts.In a witness statement, Ms Maitlis said she was worried for her family’s safety after receiving a letter from Vines, who she said developed an “obsession” with her when she spurned his advances at university. He was convicted of harassment in 2002 and was subsequently issued with a restraining order in 2009, but he continued to “plague” Ms Maitlis with letters, demanding to know why their friendship crumbled, months after he declared his love for her.He was found guilty at Oxford Crown Court of two counts of breaching the order, having previously pleaded guilty to two further breaches.Judge Peter Ross said: “”Putting it bluntly, you’ve never had any reasonable case to contact Ms Maitlis following the order.”You have what appears to me a completely unshakable obsession, underpinned by a couple delusion with regards to the relationship that had existed between you and Ms Maitlis.” Emily Maitlis is a BBC presenterCredit:Phil Fisk Asked by the judge if he would stand by a commitment he made during the short trial that he would not contact the Maitlis family if convicted by a jury, Vines said: “I will not write to Emily Maitlis or her mother, most likely ever again. It’s early days, Your Honour.”Asked by the judge to clarify, Vines said: “I will never contact them again if I’m defeated rationally in court – and I cannot say I have been today.”The judge replied: “That is not the unambiguous assurance I was seeking.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. You have what appears to me a completely unshakable obsession, underpinned by a couple delusion with regards to the relationship that had existed between you and Ms MaitlisJudge Peter Ross Emily Maitlis received letters at the BBC Credit:John Alex Maguire /Rex Features
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http://jrnl.ie/3118143 Image: Oaklandfirelive via AP Can’t see this video? Click here.The building in a gritty part of Oakland was still smoldering today as firefighters used tools to chop a path through debris.The fire tore through the building during an event featuring musician Golden Donna’s 100% Silk West Coast tour.Survivors said they struggled to find working fire extinguishers.“It was too hot, too much smoke, I had to get out of there,” Bob Mule, a photographer and artist who lives at the building and suffered minor burns, told the East Bay Times. “I literally felt my skin peeling and my lungs being suffocated by smoke. I couldn’t get the fire extinguisher to work.”Read: Blood, flies, rotting corpses: Inside Venezuela’s crumbling hospitals Dec 3rd 2016, 7:40 PM Image: Oaklandfirelive via AP Short URL 8 Comments Share Tweet Email Source: Oakland Firefighters/Twitter 25,022 Views Death toll from California party fire could reach 40 Between 50 and 100 people were believed to have been at the party when the fire started. Saturday 3 Dec 2016, 7:40 PM 31st Ave- #oakland @KTVU @kron4news @CBSSF @abc7newsbayarea @allaboutgeorge pic.twitter.com/OecGgnuF6s— Oakland Firefighters (@OaklandFireLive) December 3, 2016 By Associated Press AT LEAST NINE people died and authorities said they feared the toll could rise as high as 40 in a fire that broke out during a rave at a converted warehouse in the San Francisco Bay Area.Oakland fire chief Teresa Deloche-Reed said at least another 25 people were unaccounted for as of this morning and authorities were working to verify who was in the cluttered warehouse when the fire broke out around 11.30pm last night.Alameda County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt Ray Kelly said authorities were prepared to deal with 30 to 40 deaths.Between 50 and 100 people were believed to have been at the party when the fire started, Deloche-Reed said. It was not immediately clear what started the fire, but there did not appear to be sprinklers in the building, she said.The interior of the warehouse “made it difficult for people to escape,” Deloche-Reed said.The warehouse was partitioned into artist studios and was packed with furniture, mannequins, statues, lamps, and other objects and did not have a clear entry or exit path, the fire chief said. The only way out of the second floor was a makeshift stairwell made of pallets.“There is still a large portion of the building that still needs to be searched,” she said. “There is large timber and debris that will need to be removed and it’s going to have to be removed in a slow and methodical way.”The fire caused the building’s roof to collapse and investigators were having trouble entering parts of the warehouse to search for any remaining bodies because the structure was deemed unsafe, Deloche-Reed said. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
The city of Battle Ground has taken action to contain an oil contamination of the city-owned stormwater pond.The city learned of the contamination at the pond at Northwest 20th Avenue and Fifth Street at about 5:30 p.m. Monday. Someone made a 911 call reporting the contamination and dispatch relayed the information to the city.The city’s public works department estimates about 5 to 10 gallons of oil has spread across the surface of the pond, which is about 100 feet by 50 feet, city spokeswoman Bonnie Gilberti said. The city is using contamination booms for containment and is developing a plan for removal.The city suspects the oil came from one of 12 catch basins in the area that flow directly into the pond. The pond itself is secured with fencing.City code prohibits the discharge of illicit materials into the storm drain system and states the persons who are found responsible will be issued a citation imposing a fee equal to the cost associated with the clean-up.Anyone who has knowledge of the source of the of the contamination is asked to contact Public Works Director Scott Sawyer at 342-5070.
Source: PIB And that, coupled with the subprime mortgage crisis that has led to the sacking of the CEOs at Merrill Lynch, Citigroup and Bear Stearns, among others, drove this week’s restructuring, and not its print products, according to observers contacted by FOLIO:.In December, BusinessWeek laid off as many as a dozen staffers, which are included in the 611 cuts. Yet, according to a source with knowledge of the company’s hiring practices, BusinessWeek continues to seek hires in key executive positions. And the source does not expect the company to scale back hiring in 2008, despite McGraw-Hill’s concession that the company is prepared to make another round of layoffs, if necessary.Still, it’s not as though BusinessWeek is infallible. The business magazine, like most of its competitors, has struggled to maintain its print advertising. BusinessWeek’s advertising revenue ($185.3 million) is down 11.3 percent through the first three quarters of 2007, according to the Publishers Information Bureau. Advertising pages are off 16.4 percent over the same period [see below chart]. Fast Company, by comparison, saw an increase of 16.7 percent in ad revenue and over 10 percent in ad page growth through September, according to PIB figures. Fast Company’s ad revenue—$21 million through September—is still dwarfed by BusinessWeek’s haul.It’s also a familiar situation for McGraw-Hill staffers. In January 2006, the company cut 500 jobs, followed by another 600 in the third quarter of the same year.McGraw-Hill has scheduled a conference call for January 24 to discuss its 2007 earnings results.BUSINESS MAGAZINE AD REVENUE FORTUNE SMALL BUSINESS33,920,38943,681,168-22.3315.81393.30-19.7 FORTUNE181,171,041205,109,801-11.71,601.491,967.51-18.6 PUBLICATIONDOLLARSDOLLARS%CHGPAGESPAGES%CHG INC.58,153,85155,571,5874.6583.52575.141.5 BUSINESS WEEK185,307,023208,800,732-11.31,540.381,842.85-16.4 FORBES240,705,939219,910,9359.52,106.282,164.10-2.7 McGraw-Hill’s major corporate restructuring—that included the slashing of three percent of its workforce or 611 jobs—announced earlier this week has more to do with a volatile subprime market hitting its financial services business and a declining stock price, and less to do with its information and media division, industry observers say.And another wave may be on the way. “Reducing staff is never an easy decision,” chairman Harold McGraw III said in a statement announcing the layoffs. “But we believe the steps we have taken will strengthen our organization, enhance our ability to serve our customers and maximize shareholder value.” The BusinessWeek and Aviation Week publisher’s stock price has tumbled roughly $30 per share from a high of $72.50 in June, resulting in a loss of over $9 billion in market capitalization. McGraw-Hill’s revenues were $6.26 billion in 2006. CONDE NAST PORTFOLIO13,091,9130N/A320.950.00N/A HARVARD BUSINESS REV.11,979,73112,773,928-6.2298.88332.93-10.2 BUSINESS 2.024,290,18835,762,285-32.1355.22556.72-36.2 ENTREPRENEUR70,277,02570,572,996-0.4857.95925.22-7.3 MONEY100,452,617111,900,366-10.2534.09671.67-20.5 January – September 200720072006 FAST COMPANY21,070,15518,055,49316.7295.21266.5710.7 20072006 SMARTMONEY39,041,30538,440,3381.6482.72503.90-4.2 KIPLINGER’S25,378,04627,591,820-8.0357.20400.76-10.9
Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? See It 1 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. $999 $999 We play Pictionary Air, a refreshing twist on AR games Tags Now playing: Watch this: But there’s something different this time. The success of AR games like Pokemon Go, along with advances in augmented reality tech in phones, offer new incentives to experiment.Later this year, Lego will sell an AR construction set called Lego: Hidden Side. Snap the traditional bricks together to build a haunted world. Get out your phone and load the app for a game that has you catching the ghosts lurking among the bricks. 1:32 A few smaller companies are using AR to add pizazz to educational toys. Take, for example PaiBotz, a new robot construction set coming out in the spring. Four-year-olds will snap bricks together to build motorized creatures packed with sensors and lights. But the app is where kids learn to code their creations, solving puzzles that appear as AR animations around the robot.PaiBotz is a robot construction set for ages four and up, coming out in the spring. It uses AR activities to teach coding. Pai Technologies “Ultimately, we use the AR to bring the storytelling to life,” said Amy Braun, director of marketing for Pai Technology who formerly worked with Mattel. “I think the industry really is evolving and understanding more the value of technology … it doesn’t just replace traditional physical play.”But what technology will change toys next? Will it be tied to voice recognition and smart speakers? Something that’s controlled by gestures? Biometric sensors?Mattel’s Gerjets offered only a small tease to what his team is cooking up next. “We got one product that uses NFC technology to really create what we think mixed play is going to be, ” he said. “I think it’s the coolest thing I’ve ever done in my career.”In the meantime, I’ll keep working on my invisible AR doodles. Pictionary Air hits Target stores this June and will be available worldwide in multiple languages in July. Boost Mobile Sprint See it See All Lego Hidden Side feels like an augmented reality haunted… $999 $999 Preview • iPhone XS is the new $1,000 iPhone X My secret talent is drawing shower caps in AR. Joshua Goldman/CNET I’m moving a glowing stick over my head, trying to draw an imaginary shower cap. I really hope this is coming out like I imagine. Can Scott tell on his screen? He’s guessing clouds. No, no, no. I pretend to scrub my armpits. Yes! He got it! Playing Pictionary with paper is a thing of the past. Mattel reinvented the classic quick-draw game by using augmented reality, the term used when you blend digital special effects with the real world. This new version is Pictionary Air, and you use a light-up stick as your “pen” to draw doodles in the virtual space around you, while others guess your drawing. 2:19 88 Photos See It Share your voice Best Buy The challenge is a bit different this time: You can’t see your sketch. It’s only visible with an app. The game is scheduled to come out in June for about $20, and I got to play an early preview with my colleague Scott Stein. It was pretty addictive — and equally important to note, it was simple enough for anyone to play.Mattel is one of several toymakers tinkering with new ways that augmented reality and smartphone tech can enhance physical toys and games, with new concepts being showcased this weekend at the annual New York Toy Fair. “It’s very different than what we’ve done in the past,” said Sven Gerjets, Mattel’s chief technology officer. He’s leading a new approach Mattel is taking to weave tech into toys. He calls it “mixed play” — rather than have a kid stare at a screen, use the tech to get folks off the couch and encourage physical play.No internet connection needed. No syncing anything. Just a box of cards, an app, and the light wand is all you need to play. Joshua Goldman/CNET The light-up “pen” itself is pretty low tech. Press the button to draw in the air, and the light changes from red to green. The app is using image recognition to record the path of the green light, creating lines that appear on the screen.There’s no internet connection needed to play. No syncing anything. That means you can pick it up and play it anywhere. (As long as you have a compatible Android or Apple mobile device.)Without paper, these virtual drawings open up a new approach to playing. You can act out your drawing to get the point across. Why just draw corn when you can draw a whole cob floating in front of you and pretend to eat it? I still feel bad I couldn’t guess Scott’s radish. It was a pretty good radish. Joshua Goldman/CNET When I had to illustrate Pinocchio, I gave myself a stick nose and pretended to be a marionette. It’s a refreshing twist on AR to see it used in a party-style game. (And of course there’s an option to save those really funny moments on video to share on social media.)Toymakers often struggle with finding the right balance to incorporating tech that gets kids excited, while also not pushing away parents who are wary of data collection and want to limit screen time. “A few years back, it felt like everyone was trying to shove the iPhone or smartphones into their toys. It didn’t really work well to be honest,” said Juli Lennett, a US toys industry advisor for NPD. “It didn’t really make toys better or enhance them in such a way where you had to have it.” Mentioned Above Apple iPhone XS (64GB, space gray) Apple Apple iPhone XS Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Toy Fair 2019: Nerf Fortnite, Barbie turns 60 and more reading • Mattel’s new Pictionary has us drawing in the air with AR Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. 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Hina Khan with Priyanka Chopra at Cannes 2019.InstagramCannes 2019 debutante Hina Khan has just found a new BFF and a mentor – well, even if for a few days. Actress-singer Priyanka Chopra is the one! Hina Khan, who is a name to reckon with on Indian television, was at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival to represent her film Lines. Priyanka Chopra not only invited her to the Chopard party but also introduced her to other guests and praised her for her work. The support from Priyanka Chopra to this actress came as a blessing.After being trolled by Filmfare editor Jitesh Pillai for being a struggling starlet on the Cannes 2019 red carpet, Hina Khan politely replied that she won’t give up on her dreams. The TV star and former Bigg Boss contestant was bombarded with messages of support from her fellow TV actors and actresses. Jitesh Pillai had to apologise and Hina Khan gracefully accepted his apology.Hina Khan has put it all behind now and is in a happy space, having spent time with Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas at Cannes 2019! In a heartfelt note on social media, Hina Khan has posted a sweet message for Priyanka, calling the actress-singer a “walking inspiration”. Hina says, “You are a walking inspiration! When a human being is a personification of an idea of self belief, Grace , humility, substance and greatness, that person can only be you priyanka Chopra.”Hina also says that she wishes to be like Priyanka Chopra in future. “You are already the best version of my dream self in the future I want and I believe thousands others like me do too. This is the Priyanka Chopra who believes in lifting others and growing together you are a sweetheart,” she said.Read Hina Khan’s full post here for Priyanka Chopra: Diana Penty, Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, Hina Khan and Huma Qureshi at Cannes 2019.Instagram”An unexpected invitation by a world star.. personally, after I gained consciousness and prepared my self to finally make it, I was still an outsider but only until you arrived. You didn’t need to, but still never left my hand for a second, introduced me to the people I probably wouldn’t have met and I felt as if all the achievements of my little career happening in fast forward as you present me as a star to each one of them. You somehow know everything ..as you mentioned my debut film and praised me for my hard work and appreciated me for the risks I have taken in my choices.Yes I have taken risks and I am still taking them, whr I almost have everything in my television career ..position,power,money everything.. But someone has to start somewhere I believe.. I always wanted to break the stereotypes and prove it to the world that television actors have it all.. Give us the opportunity our fare share and we will kill it..Not easy at all I know.. But ya I will keep trying keep working hard and make it possible.. I REPEAT TELEVISION HAS IT ALL.. Talent, Glamour, Elegance, Beauty, Grace, Right attitude , and Professionalism..I am taking baby steps, And I will keep doing that no matter how much criticism one has to face and I will make my own place I promise.. we will face it and win over it as long as we are together.. Hearfelt Gratitude to each one of you for standing by me WE HAVE IT ALL GUYS.. With my first debut film called LINES, I am trying hard very hard to erase the lines created between talents and mediums And coming back to @priyankachopra your inclusiveness surpasses my ability of comprehension. Your deliberate attempt to lift up people around you not for their backgrounds but their talent is one of a kind. You are a walking inspiration!When a human being is a personification of an idea of self belief, Grace , humility, substance and greatness, that person can only be you priyanka Chopra. You are already the best version of my dream self in the future I want and I believe thousands others like me do too.This is the Priyanka Chopra who believes in lifting others and growing together you are a sweetheart @nickjonas #AnOutsider#FromTelevisonToCannes.”Isn’t it beautiful on Priyanka Chopra’s part to support Hina Khan after her trolling?
2 min read This story originally appeared on PCMag Electric bus startup Proterra, whose early models are already accepting passengers on the streets of Philadelphia and a few other U.S. cities, yesterday unveiled a new design that it claims will travel up to 350 miles on a single charge.That’s longer than nearly every municipal bus route in America, which theoretically positions the new bus as a viable replacement for fossil-fueled public transit. There are a lot of caveats, not the least of which is price: the bus, called the Catalyst E2, is likely to be significantly more expensive than its diesel brethren. That would make it unattractive to perennially cash-strapped transit agencies. Still, the electric drivetrain’s reduced maintenance costs will help offset the purchase price, and there’s no denying that the ability to travel hundreds of miles on a single charge is a game changer. It’s also a feat that most electric bus makers have shied away from as they unveil concepts packed with self-driving technology and features like wireless phone charging that boost passenger comfort.Proterra, founded in 2004 by clean transit veteran Dale Hill, is different. The Catalyst E2, whose prototype already travelled 600 miles on a single charge during a test run last month, would join two other all-electric models already in production. Philadelphia’s transit agency has among the largest fleet, with 25 Catalyst FC models that travel up to 62 miles per charge.They’re also on the road in Worcester, Mass., whose transit agency says their batteries and drivetrains have taken major Northeast snowstorms in stride. Nationwide, Proterra’s busses have travelled 2.5 million miles in revenue service.Proterra didn’t offer a timeline of when the Catalyst E2 would go into production. Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. September 13, 2016
NASACheck out this footage from NASA’s Science Visualization Studio. It was made using satellite imagery captured by the agency’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. The phase changes you’re no doubt familiar with: As the moon’s position shifts relative to the sun and the Earth, darkness envelopes and recedes from the face that’s tidally locked with our planet (while retreating from and enshrouding the face that points away). But this animation—which condenses two and a half lunar cycles into a single 13-second gif—illustrates something about the moon you may not have noticed before: The moon kind of … wobbles.Astronomers call those wobbles librations, and they’re caused by the orientation of the moon’s axis and the elliptical shape of its orbit. The tilt of its axis relative to Earth makes the moon appear as though it is delivering the planet a slow and gentle nod, affording observers fleeting glimpses of its northern and southern poles. Likewise, the eccentricity of the moon’s orbit lends its face a slight wag, enabling those of us on Earth to peer over its eastern and western edges as it swishes back and forth, not unlike the :party parrot: in Slack. (Its irregular orbit also explains the moon’s apparent changes in size, due to its varying distance from Earth.)And the tilt of the moon’s axis produces yet another interesting phenomenon: patches of the lunar surface that are really, truly, perpetually dark: Our moon wasn’t born this way. Astronomers think that, like many natural satellites, it began its life spinning at a very different rate. (In the case of our moon, astronomers think it once whirled faster about its axis.) But over time, gravity from our planet exerted torque on bulges in the lunar surface, forcing its rotation into synchronization with its orbital period. This phenomenon is actually quite common: Many of Saturn and Jupiter’s moons are tidally locked with their parent planet.Tidal locking is why we had no idea what the moon’s far side looked like until 1959, when the Soviet space probe Luna 3 snapped the first photos of that crater-laden landscape. We’ve gotten several good looks at it since: In 1968, astronauts aboard NASA’s Apollo 8 mission became the first people to gaze upon the moon’s far side with their own eyes. NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has been mapping the entire lunar surface in high resolution since 2009. And in the first few days of 2019, China became the first country to perform a soft landing of a spacecraft and deploy a rover on the moon’s eternally hidden face. China’s Chang’e 4 lander and Jade Rabbit 2 rover will give humanity its first close look at that remote lunar landscape.But the truth is: You don’t need a spacecraft to glimpse the far side of the moon. While you can only see a maximum of 50 percent of the lunar disk at any given time, bonus smidges of its surface are constantly revealing themselves to careful observers. In fact, throughout a lunar cycle, up to 59 percent of the moon’s surface becomes visible to skygazers on Earth—assuming they know what to look for. Our in-house Know-It-Alls answer questions about your interactions with technology.Q: What is the “dark side” of the moon?A: The short answer? It’s a misnomer. A cool-sounding misnomer! But a misnomer. Assuming they aren’t talking about the Pink Floyd album or the French mockumentary, people who say “the dark side of the moon” are almost always referring to the moon’s far side—which, despite pointing permanently away from those of us planetside, actually sees as much sunlight as the side facing Earth.Maybe you already knew that. But! Did you also know that slivers of the moon’s elusive far side are constantly slipping into view? Or that certain lunar regions are, in fact, shrouded in permanent darkness?To understand why, you first need to understand why one side of the moon is forever pointed away from Earth. To those of us here on the ground, our planet’s natural satellite appears to never turn. But it’s actually turning all the time—it just spins on its axis and loops around our planet at the same rate: once every 27 days or so. When a cosmic body revolves around its parent and its axis at the same rate, astronomers say that it is “tidally locked.” NASA/GSFC/Arizona State UniversityThe image above is an illumination map of the moon’s south pole. It’s a composite image built up from more than 1,700 photographs captured by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter over a six month period. Regions of the pole that saw no light in that time appear black; those that saw constant light appear white; the gray regions saw something in between. As a point of reference, the black circle near the center of the image is Shackleton Crater, an impact crater 13 miles across with a rim that casts a long, perpetual shadow on its interior.All of which is to say: “The dark side of the moon” might not technically exist, but “craters of eternal darkness”—which sounds even cooler—definitely do.Robbie Gonzalez is a senior writer for WIRED’s Science desk. His fascination with the moon dates back to his childhood, when, at the age of 4, he first glimpsed it through a telescope. (He still owns that telescope.)What can we tell you? No, really, what do you want one of our in-house experts to tell you? Post your question in the comments or email the Know-It-Alls.More Great WIRED StoriesGoing dumb: my year with a flip phoneTor is easier than ever. 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Assessment of fire damage at Princess Cays now underway Share Travelweek Group Wednesday, January 30, 2019 ELEUTHERA ISLAND — Princess Cays, Princess Cruises’ private destination in the Bahamas, has been damaged by a fire that ravaged the area, according to local media.According to an article in The Bahamas Press, the fire started shortly after 11 p.m. on Monday night. The fire reportedly started in the generator and spread rapidly to the centre of the island. Beyond that, few details are available regarding the fire and the damage done to the island.Émilie Giguère, Business Development Manager for Princess Cruises, told Travelweek’s sister publication Profession Voyages that she has no more information. “The only press release we have announced is that teams are currently assessing the damage on site and will make the necessary decisions to know, temporarily close the island and / or modify our routes,” said Giguère.The 20-hectare Princess Cays at the southern end of Eleuthera Island is used by Princess Cruises as well as sister cruise line Carnival when Holland America ships are at Half Moon Cay.More news: Direct Travel names Smith as Senior VP, Leisure Marketing, North AmericaPrincess Cays’ facilities were renovated last year with the addition of several shore excursions, the construction of a new water sports rental service and the enlargement of the marina.The first ship to arrive at Princess Cay after the fire is Carnival Pride, scheduled to arrive Jan. 30. According to a statement from Carnival’s headquarters, “Carnival Pride will be traveling to the private island of Half Moon Cay, Bahamas, Wednesday following a fire at her scheduled stopover, Princess Cays.” Tags: Bahamas, Carnival Cruise Line, Fire, Princess Cays, Princess Cruises Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >>
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