New Delhi: A one-and-a-half-year-old boy was murdered in Fatehpur Beri area of South Delhi. Police said that they have apprehended a minor in the case. The investigating agency said that the accused child (8.5) had grudges after the incident where the deceased’s sister fell down accused’s younger brother. So, in order to take revenge, the accused killed the deceased.According to police on April 27 morning, they received a PCR call at Fatehpur Beri police station regarding a missing child. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesDuring the enquiry, it was revealed that the deceased, who was sleeping with his mother and sister on the roof, had gone missing from his house in Mandi Village in the night between 1 am to 4 am. Deputy Commissioner of Police ( South) Vijay Kumar said that another boy (8.5 years old) who was a tenant in the neighbouring house was also found missing. Later during the search, the dead body of the deceased child was recovered from the drain near the house. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: Javadekar”Injuries were conspicuous over right eye, abdomen and leg. Blood was also seeping out from the right ear. The body has been got preserved in the mortuary, AIIMS. A case under section 363 (Punishment for kidnapping) and 302 (Punishment for murder)of Indian Penal Code has been registered at Fatehpur Beri police station and investigation has been taken up. During probe role of another boy came out and later police nabbed him. “Another boy who was also found missing as above is found involved in this crime. He has been traced on the same morning. Further investigation is on,” police said. DCP South added that he has a grudge that a few days back elder sister of the deceased boy caused his younger brother fell down on the floor which caused a minor swelling on his head. “He will be produced to JJB from his home only,” said DCP South. read more
San Francisco is on track to become the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other city agencies, reflecting a growing backlash against a technology that’s creeping into airports, motor vehicle departments, stores, stadiums and home security cameras.Government agencies around the U.S. have used the technology for more than a decade to scan databases for suspects and prevent identity fraud. But recent advances in artificial intelligence have created more sophisticated computer vision tools, making it easier for police to pinpoint a missing child or protester in a moving crowd or for retailers to analyze a shopper’s facial expressions as they peruse store shelves.Efforts to restrict its use are getting pushback from law enforcement groups and the tech industry, though it’s far from a united front. Microsoft, while opposed to an outright ban, has urged lawmakers to set limits on the technology, warning that leaving it unchecked could enable an oppressive dystopia reminiscent of George Orwell’s novel “1984.”“Face recognition is one of those technologies that people get how creepy it is,” said Alvaro Bedoya, who directs Georgetown University’s Center on Privacy and Technology. “It’s not like cookies on a browser. There’s something about this technology that really sets the hairs on the back of people’s heads up.”Without regulations barring law enforcement from accessing driver’s license databases, people who have never been arrested could be part of virtual police line-ups without their knowledge, skeptics of the technology say.They worry people will one day not be able to go to a park, store or school without being identified and tracked.Already, a handful of big box stores across the U.S. are trying out cameras with facial recognition that can guess their customers’ age, gender or mood as they walk by, with the goal of showing them targeted, real-time ads on in-store video screens.If San Francisco adopts a ban, other cities, states or even Congress could follow, with lawmakers from both parties looking to curtail government surveillance and others hoping to restrict how businesses analyze the faces, emotions and gaits of an unsuspecting public.The California Legislature is considering a proposal prohibiting the use of facial ID technology on body cameras. A bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate would exempt police applications but set limits on businesses analyzing people’s faces without their consent.Legislation similar to San Francisco’s is pending in Oakland, California, and on Thursday another proposed ban was introduced in Somerville, Massachusetts.Bedoya said a ban in San Francisco, the “most technologically advanced city in our country,” would send a warning to other police departments thinking of trying out the imperfect technology. But Daniel Castro, vice-president of the industry-backed Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, said the ordinance is too extreme to serve as a model.“It might find success in San Francisco, but I will be surprised if it finds success in a lot of other cities,” he said.San Francisco is home to tech innovators such as Uber, Airbnb and Twitter, but the city’s relationship with the industry is testy. Some supervisors in City Hall are calling for a tax on stock-based compensation in response to a wave of San Francisco companies going public, including Lyft and Pinterest.At the same time, San Francisco is big on protecting immigrants, civil liberties and privacy. In November, nearly 60% of voters approved a proposition to strengthen data privacy guidelines.The city’s proposed face-recognition ban is part of broader legislation aimed at regulating the use of surveillance by city departments. The legislation applies only to San Francisco government and would not affect companies or people who want to use the technology. It also would not affect the use of facial recognition at San Francisco International Airport, where security is mostly overseen by federal agencies.The Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote on the bill Tuesday.San Francisco police say they stopped testing face recognition in 2017. Spokesman David Stevenson said in a statement the department looks forward to “developing legislation that addresses the privacy concerns of technology while balancing the public safety concerns of our growing, international city.”Supervisor Aaron Peskin acknowledges his legislation, called the “Stop Secret Surveillance Ordinance,” isn’t very tech-friendly. But public oversight is critical given the potential for abuse, he said.The technology often misfires. Studies have shown error rates in facial-analysis systems built by Amazon, IBM and Microsoft were far higher for darker-skinned women than lighter-skinned men.Even if facial recognition were perfectly accurate, its use would pose a severe threat to civil rights, especially in a city with a rich history of protest and expression, said Matt Cagle, attorney at the ACLU of Northern California.“If facial recognition were added to body cameras or public-facing surveillance feeds, it would threaten the ability of people to go to a protest or hang out in Dolores Park without having their identity tracked by the city,” he said, referring to a popular park in San Francisco’s Mission District.Local critics of San Francisco’s legislation, however, worry about hampering police investigations in a city with a high number of vehicle break-ins and several high-profile annual parades. They want to make sure police can keep using merchants and residents’ video surveillance in investigations without bureaucratic hassles.Joel Engardio, vice-president of grassroots group Stop Crime SF, wants the city to be flexible.“Our point of view is, rather than a blanket ban forever, why not a moratorium so we’re not using problematic technology, but we open the door for when technology improves?” he said.Such a moratorium is under consideration in the Massachusetts Legislature, where it has the backing of Republican and Democratic senators.Often, a government’s facial recognition efforts happen in secret or go unnoticed. In Massachusetts, the motor vehicle registry has used the technology since 2006 to prevent driver’s license fraud, and some police agencies have used it as a tool for detectives.“It is technology we use,” said Massachusetts State Police Lt. Tom Ryan, adding that “we tend not to get too involved in publicizing” that fact. Ryan and the agency declined to answer further questions about how it’s used.Massachusetts Sen. Cynthia Creem, a Democrat and sponsor of the moratorium bill, said she worries about a lack of standards protecting the public from inaccurate or biased facial recognition technology. Until better guidelines exist, she said, “it shouldn’t be used” by government.The California Highway Patrol does not use face recognition technology, spokeswoman Fran Clader said.California Department of Motor Vehicles spokesman Marty Greenstein says facial recognition technology “is specifically not allowed on DMV photos.” State Justice Department spokeswoman Jennifer Molina said her agency does not use face ID technology, and policy states “DOJ and requesters shall not maintain DMV images for the purpose of creating a database” unless authorized.Legislators also sought a face recognition moratorium this year in Washington, the home state of Microsoft and Amazon, but it was gutted following industry and police opposition. Microsoft instead backed a lighter-touch proposal as part of a broader data privacy bill, but deliberations stalled before lawmakers adjourned late last month.___O’Brien reported from Providence, Rhode Island.Matt O’Brien And Janie Har, The Associated Press read more
In a press statement following a briefing on recent developments in Burundi, the Council’s President for August, Ambassador Mikhail Wehbe of Syria, said that while the 15-member body welcomed the relative calm since ebbing of July’s wave of fighting, it nonetheless reiterated its condemnation of all violence, in particular the atrocities committed against the civilian population and the use of children in warfare.Welcoming the release of Burundian members of Parliament who had been held by the National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD-Nkurunziza), Ambassador Wehbe said the Council had called on the rebellions, including the Palipehutu Forces Nationales de Libération (FNL-Rwasa) to ” give up the armed struggle and appealed to all parties to respect the rights of children.”Ambassador Wehbe stressed the Council members’ full support for the peace process outlined in the Arusha Agreement of 28 August 2000 and for the quest by the parties for a political solution within that framework. Council members also welcomed the resolution adopted on 17 July by the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) establishing an ad hoc advisory group on Burundi in the framework of its mechanism for African countries emerging from conflict.”The members of the Council also welcomed the commitments made by the parties concerned during their meeting in Dar es Salaam on 20 July and the role played in that connection by the Member States of the regional initiative on Burundi,” the Council President said, adding that they encouraged the Burundian parties – the FDD-Nkurunziza and the Governments concerned, particularly those of neighbouring States – to make every effort to carry out those commitments.Council members “expressed the hope that the negotiations taking place would lead rapidly to the implementation of a comprehensive agreement in time for the next summit of the Regional Initiative,” Ambassador Wehbe said.He said members reaffirmed the Council’s urgent appeal to the FNL-Rwasa rebels to quickly enter into negotiations with the Transitional Government, with a view to rejoining the Arusha peace process. “They strongly invited Member States of the Regional Initiative to use all their influence and pressure to complete this armed group to engage in peace talks,” he added.The Council members reaffirmed their support for the African Mission deployed in Burundi by the African Union and their appeal to contributors who might be in position to provide the mission with financial or logistic support. They took note of the decisions adopted by the African Union Summit in Maputo, Mozambique, and the central organ of the African Union mechanism for conflict prevention, management and resolution on 24 July in Addis Ababa.”They also took note of the letter dated 13 August 2003 addressed to the President of the Security Council by the Permanent Representative of Mozambique, representative of the current Chairman of the African Union,” Ambassador Wehbe said, adding that in that connection, the Council had welcomed the recent contribution of €25 million (euros) from the European Union (EU) and invited donors to continue to provide assistance to Burundi.He said Council members stated their concern at the humanitarian situation and called on all Burundian parties, including the Government, to facilitate the access of humanitarian agencies to populations in need.”The members of the Council reaffirmed that it was highly important for the Burundian parties to combat impunity and confirmed the readiness of the Council to consider possible procedures for international assistance to that end, upon the request of the government of Burundi,” he said. read more
by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Nov 14, 2013 2:14 pm MDT Chorus in dark about Air Canada’s transborder plans, not invited to bid AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Chorus Aviation, Air Canada’s largest regional operator, says it’s in the dark about its partner’s plans for the U.S. market after not being invited to bid on the routes it currently serves.The Halifax-based company said the United States represents up to a quarter of the block of flying hours it provides for the country’s largest airline.“We’re looking at the transborder operation and what this may look like (but) we have no details from Air Canada in terms of the plans,” Chorus CEO Joe Randell said Thursday during a conference call to discuss the company’s third-quarter results.Chorus (TSX:CHR.B) posted one of its best operating quarters since converting from an income trust nearly three years ago as net profit, excluding foreign currency losses, increased to $27.7 million or 23 cents per share despite a dip in revenue.Air Canada (TSX:AC.B) has issued a request for proposals to select a new regional partner to operate certain routes to the U.S. starting in mid-2014.Randell said any carrier selected must be able to provide live services in French, while a capacity purchase agreement between the partners provides certain guarantees to Chorus including minimum flying hours.That means planes currently flying south for Air Canada could be used less unless they are redeployed elsewhere in Canada — a move that Chorus would welcome.Chorus currently has options to purchase nine Bombardier Q400s that could be exercised with Air Canada’s approval for deployment on routes.During the past four years, Chorus has replaced 32 of its 52-seat CRJ regional jets with 21 more fuel-efficient 74-seat Q400 turboprops. Air Canada has increased regional service in Western Canada to compete with WestJet’s (TSX:WJA) new Encore regional service. The Calgary-based carrier plans to extend Encore service to Eastern Canada starting next summer.Chorus’ operating subsidiary, Jazz Aviation, currently operates flights to 79 destinations on behalf of Air Canada — 54 in Canada and 25 in the United States.The two sides have battled over costs under their capacity purchase agreement or CPA. A final arbitration ruling is expected imminently on the permitted growth of controllable costs — including salaries and wages, maintenance and overhead. Both sides agreed to compare or benchmark Jazz costs in 2009 and later in 2015 to those of a specified group of similar operators in the U.S.Chorus said it remains confident that the 12.5 per cent markup won’t be reduced as argued by Air Canada. But Randell said the company remains committed to continuing to cut its costs to make itself more competitive.“We understand Air Canada’s desire to diversify to lower costs but we’re certainly interested in talking with them further on this to understand the exact implications,” he told analysts concerning the potential shift to another operator.But in an email response to a query on the topic, an Air Canada spokeswoman referred to the airline’s earlier news release on the issue.“The objective of the RFP is cost reduction and diversification,” she said. “A Jazz bid would therefore not be accepted.”Randell said Chorus has already cut costs, including cutting the number of employees by nine per cent to 4,000 full-time equivalents. During the quarter, salaries and wage costs were $3.7 million lower on a 3.8 per cent reduction in the number of employees. While Randell wouldn’t indicate these extent of other changes, he said there is still room to cut further.Cameron Doerksen of National Bank Financial said the arbitration ruling is a significant risk for Chorus, with a negative outcome prompting a “material reduction” in the company’s valuation.“Given the pressure on Air Canada to reduce costs and the fact that viable regional lift alternatives have emerged, we believe that the CPA between Air Canada and Chorus will ultimately be renegotiated at lower rates,” he wrote in a report.Chorus beat analyst expectations, earning 23 cents per share in adjusted earnings for the period ended Sept. 30, up from 22 cents per share or $26.9 million a year ago. The improvement was largely due to the addition of six new Bombardier Q400s in the first quarter. Its net profit slipped to $36 million or 27 cents per share from $36.9 million or 26 cents per share on a diluted basis.Revenues decreased to $432.3 million from $435.65 million in the third quarter of 2012.The company was expected to earn 17 cents per share in adjusted profits on $418.5 million of revenues, according to analysts polled by Thomson Reuters.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, Chorus’s shares gained 5.3 per cent, or 14 cents, to $2.78 on Thursday. read more
ISRAEL’S PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday apologised to Turkey for a deadly 2010 flotilla raid and announced a full resumption of diplomatic ties as well as compensation for the families of those killed, his office said.The breakthrough, which ends a nearly three-year bitter diplomatic rift, was engineered by US President Barack Obama at the tail end of a historic three-day visit to the Holy Land, the first of his presidency.Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One shortly after departing for Amman, a senior US official said the Israeli premier had apologised to his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a special phonecall from Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv.“On behalf of Israelis he apologised for any deaths those operational mistakes might have caused,” the US official said.“Prime Minister Erdogan accepted the apology on behalf of Turkey,” he added, saying Obama had also spoken with the Turkish leader.Resumption of full diplomatic tiesIsrael and Turkey both confirmed the apology, with Netanyahu’s office announcing a resumption of full diplomatic ties between the former close allies.A source close to the Turkish government also confirmed the breakthrough. “Apologies have indeed been offered,” he told AFP.Ties between Israel and Turkey spiralled in May 2010, when Israeli commandos staged a botched pre-dawn raid on the six-ship flotilla headed by the Mavi Marmara, in which nine Turkish nationals were killed.The assault triggered an international outcry and a bitter diplomatic crisis between Israel and Turkey, with Ankara demanding a formal apology and compensation for the families of the victims.Until now, Israel has refused, in part for fear that it could open the way for the prosecution of commandos who took part in the raid.News of the breakthrough was confirmed by Netanyahu’s office in a statement which confirmed the apology and announced a full resumption of diplomatic ties.And it also confirmed Israel would pay compensation to the families of victims.“Netanyahu today spoke with Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan,” his office said.“The two agreed to return normalisation between the countries including returning ambassadors, and cancelling legal procedures against IDF (army) soldiers,” it said, referring to the high-profile trial in absentia of four top Israeli military chiefs by an Istanbul court that opened in November.“The prime minister made it clear that the tragic results regarding the Mavi Marmara were unintentional and that Israel expresses regret over injuries and loss of life.“In light of the Israeli investigation into the incident, which pointed out several operational errors, Prime Minister Netanyahu apologised to the Turkish people for any errors that could have led to loss of life and agreed to complete the agreement on compensation,” it said.The importance of Turkey-Israel relationsNetanyahu also “expressed regret over the deterioration in bilateral relations” and said he was committed to “working out the disagreements in order to advance peace and regional stability.”The Israeli leader told Erdogan he had “good conversations with Obama about regional cooperation, and the importance of Turkey-Israel relations.”Netanyahu also expressed “his appreciation” for an interview this week in which Erdogan said there had been a misunderstanding about comments he made branding Zionism “a crime against humanity.”He also addressed the question of Israel’s blockade on Gaza, which has been in place since 2007 but significantly eased in recent years.“Netanyahu also noted that Israel has removed several restrictions on the movement of civilians and goods in all of the Palestinian territories including Gaza and that will continue as long as the quiet will be maintained,” he said.“Both leaders agreed to continue and work in order to improve the humanitarian situation in the Palestinian territories.”- © AFP, 2013 read more
Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde revealed that he decided to drop Lionel Messi to the bench due to the “discomfort” he was experiencing.The Argentine forward has named on the bench for the first leg of Barcelona’s Copa del Rey semi-final tie against rivals Real Madrid on Wednesday night at Camp Nou due to a thigh injury.In Messi’s absence, Barcelona struggled to get past the Real defence after going a goal down early on through Lucas Vazquez.Valverde introduced Messi into the game on the 63rd-minute after Malcom had equalised for Barcelona.But the 31-year-old struggled to make an impact with the Catalan giants being forced to settle for a 1-1 draw in the first leg.“Leo is fine,” said Valverde, according to Marca. “But we prefer not to take risks in this time [of the season].“He had some discomfort and we decided it was for the best.”On the other hand, Malcom unexpectedly proved to be the star man for Barcelona in his Clasico debut after struggling for regular game time this season.The Brazilian winger made the most of the rare starting opportunity Valverde gave him and deservedly capped off a fine performance by scoring the equaliser.La Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…“It was a difficult test because it’s a very special match,” said Valverde. “Malcom was connecting with his teammates very well.”The return leg between Barcelona and Real Madrid will take place on February 27 at the Santiago Bernabeu.To progress to the final, Barcelona will need to score at least one goal in order to retain their hopes of a fifth straight Copa del Rey title.“We have to score, it’s simple,” added Valverde.“The tie is open.”Next up for Barcelona is a trip to the San Mames to take on Athletic Bilbao in La Liga on Saturday as they bid to maintain their six-point lead at the top of the standings.📷 Our captain 💙❤️ pic.twitter.com/NUnCDneJnE— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) February 6, 2019 read more
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Former University of Alaska Fairbanks shooter and 2004 Olympic champion Matt Emmons is in top form heading toward his 4th Olympics this summer in Rio. USA Shooting reports that the 35 year old marksman won a World Cup in Munich, Germany, setting a record high score in the 50 meter, 3 position rifle event. It was Emmons 3rd World Cup medal performance in as many events this season.Download AudioEmmons, who’s had up and down performances at past Olympics, tells USA Shooting that he doesn’t have any monkeys on his back going into this summer’s games, and is enjoying what he’s doing. read more
NEW DELHI: A total of 1,076 people have lost their lives due to H1N1 virus across the country this year (until June 23), while the number of those infected by it stands at 26,140, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said on Friday. Rajasthan reported the highest number of cases (5,021) and deaths (205), the Ministry said in Lok Sabha, adding that Maharashtra recorded the second highest number of deaths, 189, due to the seasonal virus, while 1,692 cases were reported. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us In Gujarat, 149 people died while 4,772 people were infected by the virus, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Ashwini Kumar Choubey said in a written reply to a question posed by Congress’ Adoor Prakash in Lok Sabha. Madhya Pradesh reported 146 deaths and 653 cases, followed by Karnataka — 87 deaths and 1,736 cases. Himachal Pradesh has been placed at the seventh rank on the list where 41 people lost their lives due to the virus while 333 were tested positive. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us Delhi and Punjab recorded 31 deaths each as against 3,573 and 534 cases of infection, respectively, the data showed. Chhattisgarh reported 28 deaths and 144 cases; Jammu and Kashmir saw 27 deaths and 438 cases; Uttar Pradesh had 25 deaths and 1,972 cases; and in Kerala, 22 people died while 593 people were affected as of June 23. Bihar, where Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) claimed the lives of 132 children, recorded only one death and 51 cases of the H1N1 virus. Advertise With Us There was no death reported due to influenza from ten states and Union Territories, Choubey said. Last year, a total of 1,113 deaths and 15,266 cases of influenza infection were recorded across India. Swine flu is an infection caused by one of several swine influenza viruses (SIV), with the H1N1 strain being the most common across the country. It is a self-limiting viral, air-borne disease spread from person to person, through large droplets generated due to coughing and sneezing, indirect contact by touching a contaminated object or surface and close contact, including handshaking and hugging. Keeping in view the rising cases of swine flu, the government has provided guidelines on the categorisation of patients, treatment protocol and guidelines on ventilator management to the states and union territories. The Centre has advised the state governments for vaccination of health care workers dealing with H1N1 cases. The states have also been advised to complete the procurement of required logistics for managing seasonal influenza A (H1N1) from their budget. It is advised that one should cover nose and mouth with disposable tissue or handkerchief when coughing or sneezing, wash hands with soap and water frequently, avoid crowded places, maintain isolation, drink plenty of liquid and consult a doctor if affected by the virus. read more
Prothom Alo IllustrationEleven more suspected drug traders were killed in reported gunfights with members of law enforcing agencies early Sunday as anti-narcotics crackdown continues across the country.Of them, one each was killed in Cox’s Bazar, Chattogram, Noakhali, Mymensingh, Khulna, Bagerhat, Thakurgaon, Chandpur, and Kushtia districts.Besides, two alleged drug traders were killed in reported gunfights between two groups of drug dealers in Meherpur and Jhenaidah districts.A total of 92 people were killed in ‘gunfights’ across the country since 12 May, reports UNB.In Cox’s Bazar, listed drug trader Md Ekramul Haque, 46, councillor of ward no 3 in Teknaf municipality, was killed in a reported gunfight with members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Cox’s Bazar-Teknaf marine drive in Noakhaliapara around 12:30am.The elite force also recovered 10,000 yaba tablets, a foreign pistol, a one shooter gun, six round bullets and five bullet shells from the spot.In Chattogram, suspected drug trader Md Rihan Prakash, 27, son of one Maliul Haque of Golabaria area of Muradpur union in Sitakunda upazila, was killed in a reported gunfight with police in Guliakhali Sandwip ferry ghat area around 12:45am.Mozammel Haque, officer-in-charge of Sitakunda police station, said the team of police also arrested three of Rihan’s associates-Zafor, Kala Sumon and Titu-from the spot.Rihan was accused in eight cases, said the OC.In Noakhali, a suspected drug trader Hasan Mia, son of one Hanif Mia of Banoai village in Sonaimuri upazila, was killed in a reported gunfight with police in Bogadia area around 3:00am.He was wanted in 11 case, said AKM Zahirul Islam, additional superintend of district police.Three police officials were injured during the gunfight, he said.Police recovered a LG gun, seven round bullet and 120 pieces of yaba tablets from the spot.In Mymensingh, an unidentified drug trader was killed in a reported gunfight with police in Kewatkhali Morakhola area around 1:30am.Police recovered 100g heroin, 100 yaba tablets, four bullet shells and two machetes from the spot, said Ashiqur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Detective Branch of district police.Besides, two constables Humayun and Amir Hamja were injured in the ‘gunfight’, he said.In Khulna, suspected drug trader Abu Kalam, accused in five cases, was killed in a reported gunfight with police in Barakpur Siddiqpasa Kheye ghat area of Dighalia upazila around 3:00am, said assistant superintendent of Khulna police Anisur Rahman.Besides, police in anti-drug drives arrested 25 people from Saturday night to Monday morning.In Bagerhat, suspected drug trader Mitul Biswas, 45, son of one Khoka Biswas of Chingguri village in Chitalmari upazila, was killed in a reported gunfight with a joint team of members of police and Detective Branch in an orchard in the village around 3:15am.Mitul Biswas was accused in 25 cases, he added.Police recovered 100 yaba tablets, 2kg hemp, a shutter gun, two round bullets and a machete from the spot.Anukul Chandra Sarker, officer-in-charge of Chitalmari police station, said five policemen were also injured during the gunfight.In Thakurgaon, a suspected drug trader Rafiqul Islam alias Taleban, 55, son of one Liakat Ali of Bhornia village in Ranisankail upazila, was killed in a reported gunfight with police in Miradangi area.Farhat Ahmed, superintendent of Thakurgaon police, said Rafiqul was accused in 20 cases.In Meherpur, suspected drug trader Hafizul Islam Hafi, 45, son of one martyred freedom fighter Harez Uddin, was killed in a reported gunfight between two groups of drug traders at Bathangari field in Garabaria village under Kathuli union of Gangni upazila around 2:00am.Harendra Nath Sarker, officer-in-charge of Gangni police station, said that being informed about gunfight, a team of police conducted drive there. Sensing the presence of police, the drug traders fled away.Later, they spotted Hafi in a bullet-hit condition. The injured was taken to Gangni Sadar Hospital where doctors declared him dead.Police also recovered a one shooter gun, 112 bottles of phensedyl from the spot.In Jhenaidah, suspected drug trader Liton Molla, 35, son of one Hakim Molla, from Sheikh Para village, was killed in a reported gunfight between two groups of drug traders in Jamtola area of Shailkupa upazila around 2:30am.Police recovered a shooter gun, three round bullets, 10 bottles phensedyl and several yaba tablets from the spot, said Alamgir Hossain, officer-in-charge of Shailkupa police station adding that Liton was a top drug trader of the district.In Kushtia, suspected drug trader Halim Mandal, 35, son of one Selim Mandal of Baria village in sadar upazila, was killed in a reported gunfight with police in housing ‘D’ block field area in the district town around 1:30am.Nasir Uddin, officer-in-charge of Kushtia Model police station, said the law enforcement recovered a shutter gun, a pipe gun, three round bullets and 800 pieces of yaba tablets.The OC also said that Halim was a listed drug trader.Meanwhile, four policemen were injured in the gunfight.In Chandpur, a ‘gunfight’ between a gang of drug paddlers and police left Selim Mia, 35, a suspected drug peddler and son of Salamatullah of Upadhi village, dead at Hazirdon in Matlab South upazila around 2:50am.He was wanted in seven cases filed under Narcotics Control Act, said Kutubuddin, officer-in-charge of Matlab south police station.Police recovered two firearms, four bullets, six cartridges and 110 pieces of yaba tablets from the spot. read more
Darjeeling: Tourism in North Bengal is all set to receive a further boost with new accommodations coming up in the form of eco-friendly cottages in tourist hotspots.The state Tourism department, in collaboration with the Parks & Gardens Wing (North) of the state Forest department will be constructing these cottages at Gajoldoba, Tiger Hill and Tonglu. “15 cottages will come up at Bhorer Alo of Gajoldoba, with 5 cottages at Tiger Hill and 5 cottages at Tonglu. We will try to finish the cottages by Durga Puja this year,” said Anjan Guha, the divisional forest officer of the P&G Wing (North). Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseDetailed Project Reports of the projects have already been submitted to the Tourism department. The project is pegged at Rs 11 crore. Rs 6 crore will be spent for the cottages at Tonglu and Tiger Hill, while the 15 cottages at Bhorer Alo will be built at a cost of Rs 5 crore. Bhorer Alo, located at Gajoldoba in the Jalpaiguri district is located at a distance of 15 km from Siliguri town. Spread across a sprawling 210 acre area, Bhorer Alo is a dream project of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataUpon completion, the project will boast of a budget hotel, 2-star category hotels and a high-end hotel, along with a 9 hole golf course spread across 60 acres of land. Tourists will also be able to enjoy cycling, boating and camping facilities. It will also have a trekking route through Saraswati Tea Estate to the Bengal Safari. Work is on by the Forest department for developing the route. The project also includes a jungle safari, sunset point, orchid park, bird park and an amphitheatre. The cottages will not be constructed out of concrete. They will be made of wood and will have double occupancy, with all modern amenities on offer. Tiger Hill, a famous sunrise point, is located 11 km from Darjeeling town. An old British bungalow at the location that had been burnt down during the violent agitation of the 1980s is currently under renovation. The new cottages will come up surrounding the British cottage. At Tonglu, two separate dormitories for men and women will be there. Each dormitory will have a ten bed facility. Tonglu is located on the world famous trekking trail to Sandakphu- the highest point of the state at an altitude of 12,000 ft. read more
Kolkata: Former state BJP president Sukumar Banerjee died at a city nursing home on Friday.Banerjee (95) was suffering from age-related ailments for quite some time. He was state BJP president twice, from 1986 to 1991 and from 2006 to 2008. Banerjee will be remembered for his cordial relation with people across party lines and his simplicity. His mortal remains were brought to the state BJP headquarters on Muralidhar Sen Lane, where party leaders paid their last respects and then taken to state RSS headquarters Keshav Bhavan and Keshav Samity Bhavan in Howrah. read more
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The island’s GDP is expected to “profoundly contract” in both 2013 and 2014, with the recession coming to an end in 2015, the European Commission has said in its autumn forecast for Cyprus.The Commission publishes macroeconomic forecasts for the EU and the member states three times a year, in the spring (May), in the autumn (November) and in the winter (February).In its report, titled ‘Recession deepens while adjustments are underway’, the Commission said thatamid high uncertainty, real GDP in 2013 and 2014 is expected to profoundly contract.GDP (year-on-year) is forecast to contract by 8.7 per cent this year and by 3.9 per cent in 2014, while the economy will grow by a mere 1.1 per cent in 2015.“In 2015, the recession is expected to come to an end and growth is foreseen to resume gradually, asprivate domestic demand regains strength. The ongoing deleveraging of both households and corporations will remove impediments to a more balanced growth over time,” the Commission noted.“The Cypriot economy will continue to face several headwinds. Domestic demand will continue to fall, amid declining credit and wage growth alongside further fiscal consolidation. The profound contraction in economic activity in 2013 and 2014 is expected to weigh on employment and push unemployment to unprecedented levels.”The jobless rate in 2013 is anticipated to reach 16.7 per cent, but 2014 will be the worst year by far with unemployment soaring to 19.2 per cent, then falling slightly to 18.4 per cent in 2015.“Despite the significant consolidation effort undertaken in line with the programme requirements, the general government deficit is expected to increase in 2013,” the Commission said.“This is largely due to a one-off compensation of provident and retirement funds in Cyprus Popular Bank, which amounts to 1.8 per cent of GDP.”The deficit is projected to stay flat in 2014 and to decline in 2015, in line with the annual targets set out in the context of the programme. Debt is expected to sharply increase in 2013, mainly as a result of the participation of the government in the recapitalisation of the banking sector. The debt-to-GDP ratio is projected to further increase in 2014 and 2015, reflecting the weak GDP growth.Gross Public Debt as a percentage of GDP is forecast to jump to 116 per cent this year, 124.4 per cent in 2014 and to 127.4 per cent in 2015.The Commission notes that its latest forecast on Cyprus was finalised at end-July, after the first review of the economic adjustment programme by the troika, “and will be revisited during the second quarterly review. The text reflects recent developments.” You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoSenior Living | Search AdsCheap Senior Apartments in Rowland Heights Are Turning HeadsSenior Living | Search AdsUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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