When a man who has swum in the world’s coldest waters, and whose nickname is the Human Polar Bear, says that he’s about to embark on the toughest swim of his career, it’s time to sit up and take notice.Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh has pushed his body to the limit to raise awareness of threats to our oceans and now he is doing it again — preparing to swim the length of the English Channel in just swimming trunks, goggles and a cap to urge governments to commit to protecting 30 percent of the world’s oceans by 2030.“The English Channel is the Everest of swimming. It always has been the Everest of swimming and it always will be … because it’s such a tough swim. It’s long and cold and full of jellyfish,” Pugh said in London on Tuesday as he officially launched The Long Swim.Pugh, UN Environment’s Patron of the Oceans, set off from Land’s End in Cornwall last week and will swim 560 km (350 miles) to Dover in Kent over 50 consecutive days.He is aiming to swim five hours each day, averaging around 10-20 km (6-12 miles) each day. He has been training in the cold waters off the Falkland Islands and then South Africa, where he lives, swimming around 7 km each day. But this challenge is as much about the mind as the body.“This is going to be a monumental swim,” he said. “This swim is the longest swim I will ever have attempted and it will require a completely different mindset … You can get your body right but ultimately, it’s going to be the heart that gets me to Dover. It’s going to be an enormous physical journey and an enormous mental journey.”Around 1,800 people have swum across the Channel since Captain Matthew Webb first completed the challenge in 1875. But no one has attempted to swim the length in just swimming trunks, goggles and a cap.The Long Swim marks the start of a global Action for Oceans campaign to urge governments to protect 30 per cent of the world’s oceans by 2030. Pugh, who supports UN Environment’s Clean Seas campaign, said he had seen horrific changes in the world’s oceans over the past three decades.“I’ve been swimming for 30 years, which is a long time in a human life but in ecological terms it’s such a short period of time, and I’ve literally seen the ocean change. From the Arctic to the Antarctic and the coral reefs, everywhere, I’ve seen the oceans change,” he said.“Our oceans are neither clean nor are they healthy. Every single year, I’m seeing more and more plastic pollution … I’m seeing it on the surface and at the bottom of the oceans. I’m seeing the fish eating the plastic and the birds eating the plastic and they are dying and if we eat the fish, we are also eating the plastic,” he said.Pugh, who was born in Plymouth, wanted to bring this urgent message home with his latest challenge. His aim is also to put pressure on the British government to establish more secure Marine Protected Areas around the United Kingdom and its overseas territories. He noted that only a tiny fraction of British waters are fully protected.“It is shocking that a country that portrays itself as an ocean leader has only fully protected seven square kilometers out of 750,000 square kilometers,” he said.“The main thing I’m campaigning for now is that the United Kingdom really grabs this opportunity because … these are not problems that you can fix next year or the year after … This is not about protecting future generations. It’s about protecting our generation. That’s the speed at which this is happening now. I’m urging the UK government to become an ocean champion, to really lead the world in protecting these great and important areas,” he said.Professor Callum Roberts, a marine conservation biologist from the University of York who was a scientific adviser to the TV series Blue Planet II and who also attended the Long Swim launch, said Britain needed to do more, noting that the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 14 calls for all nations to conserve at least 10 percent of their seas by 2020.“A tiny fraction of our seas is protected according to the best standards of international practice. A small fraction is protected from the most damaging of fishing activities but most Marine Protected Areas don’t qualify against international criteria for management and protection, which means that instead of having exceeded the UN target of 10 percent protection, we are way behind that curve as yet,” he said.“We need to afford protection to whole ecosystems and sites rather than focusing on bits of them and low levels of protection. We should properly resource that management and ensure that there is sufficient surveillance and enforcement and instead of setting targets for nature to fulfill, let’s give nature the protection it needs and let it dictate what comeback is possible. By doing that we will have an internationally successful network of Marine Protected Areas that will be at the forefront of conservation practice, not just in Europe but in the whole world,” Roberts said.Pugh, who played a key role in negotiations to establish the largest Marine Protected Area in the world in the Ross Sea off Antarctica in 2015, had a direct message for Britain’s new Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who was named to replace Boris Johnson after his resignation this week.“It is deeply disturbing that in the single most important part of British soil, which is South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, the single most important from a biodiversity point of view, less than 2 percent is fully protected. We can do better and we must do better,” Pugh said.“The most important thing now for the new foreign secretary is to properly protect the South Sandwich Islands. This has gone on far too long,” he said, describing the British Overseas Territory in the Southern Atlantic as the “Serengeti of the Southern oceans”.Pugh, who was the first person to complete a long-distance swim in every ocean in the world, undertook his first long-distance challenge when he was 17, swimming from Robben Island to Cape Town. In 2007, he did the first swim across the North Pole to highlight the melting of the Arctic sea ice, and in 2010, he swam across a glacial lake on Mount Everest to draw attention to the melting of glaciers and the impact of reduced water supplies on world peace.During the Long Swim, he will sometimes hug the coastline and he hopes that members of the public will join him, saying he wants this to be “A People’s Swim”.Find out more hereMarine conservation charity Surfers Against Sewage will organise beach cleans along Pugh’s route, seeking to mobilise support for their efforts to protect beaches and seas. The charity has recently launched a new international campaign called Plastic Free Communities, which aims to encourage individuals, businesses and local governments to reduce their collective plastic footprint.Pugh knows the swim will take a heavy toll on every inch of his body: he will endure chafing under his arms, his tongue might swell and there is the very real risk of contracting hypothermia. If he manages to swim around six hours a day, he will need around 10,000 calories. “I’ll spend a lot of time eating and swimming,” he said.And then there are the headland tides, the whirlpools, the eddies and the jellyfish, which are clustered between Weymouth and Plymouth after recent warm weather.“There is no easy way to deal with jellyfish, especially if you swim at night,” he said.However, the biggest feat may be keeping the faith that he can make it to the end.“I know I will see the white cliffs of Dover but the paradox is I just don’t know how. I’m worried about tomorrow and next week and actually I’m also worried about next month’s swimming … It’s about holding all this stuff together with one common vision and that is: we are going to Dover and we are going to Dover because we have a reason to get to Dover.”
(Main page image taken from Tsilhqot’in nation film Blue Gold)By Jorge BarreraAPTN National NewsCiting concerns over the infringement First Nations traditional rights and the impact on fish habitat, the British Columbia government rejected an expansion plan from a lodge that sits several kilometres from the site of a proposed copper and gold mine now facing intense opposition from area First Nations communities.Siegfried Reuter, owner of Taseko Lake Lodge, which sits about 10 kilometres away from the epicentre of the proposed Prosperity mine, was rejected by the provincial government in 2004 when he tried to expand his operations by 35 hectares.Reuter said he was stunned to learn the massive Prosperity mine project had passed B.C.’s environmental review. In 2004, Reuters said he had a much smaller proposal rejected on environmental and First Nations rights grounds.The 35 square-kilometre Taseko Mines Inc. project will destroy a watershed and drain Fish Lake, which is sacred to area First Nations communities.The Oct. 26, 2004, rejection letter Reuter received from the Land and Water Management division at Williams Lake, B.C., read in part:“I have decided to disallow your application as there are specific First Nations issues within the boundaries of this application concerning traditional and cultural use. In addition, the Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection have brought forth information that development within the boundaries of this application would impact fish habitat including salmon and blue-listed bull trout.”The proposed mine would be built in the middle of one of Canada’s most pristine wilderness areas, surrounded by mountains and dotted with lakes.Reuter said the rejection of his plan makes no sense in light of the province’s decision to allow a massive mining project which would destroy an ecosystem with the promise of an artificial version to replace it.“There is a biased play going on within the government. We were pointedly denied in 2004 because of First Nations and fish concerns. Six years later they are approving a project that will not only kill…an entire ecosystem, it is entirely opposed by First Nations,” said Reuter. “It is a rather insane project.”A spokesman for the B.C. Ministry of the Environment said they would look into the issue.A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Forest and Range, which now oversees the former Land and Water Management division at Williams Lake, also said they were looking into the issue.The mining project, which would sit about 125 kilometres southwest of Williams Lake, is facing intense opposition from First Nations communities across the province and environmental groups across the country.Williams Lake is about 495 kilometres north-east of Vancouver.The project, which will turn Little Fish Lake and parts of Fish Creek into a tailings pond, poses a direct threat to the Tsilhqot’in people who have depended on the land and waters since time immemorial.The Tsilhqot’in nation has vowed to stop the project at all cost, even with their lives.The mine will also put the lodge out of business. Reuter said he has invested about $2 million into the lodge over the last 10 years. It sits about 2.5 kilometres from the edge of the proposed tailings pond. The main grazing area for the lodge’s horses is the site of the replacement Prosperity Lake proposed by Taseko Mines.With approval from the B.C. government already in hand, Prosperity mine now needs the blessing of the federal cabinet.Taseko Mines vice-president of corporate affairs Brian Battison said the company expects a decision by late September or early October.Battison said the company was “optimistic” the federal cabinet would approve the project.While cabinet confidentiality prevents disclosure of the type of information federal minister will have when they make their decision, an analysis of information on the project reveals widespread concern from federal departments about the mine’s environmental impact.Cabinet is expected to have at least four main documents on the Prosperity mine project. The documents include: The Canadian Environmental Review panel report, a First Nations consultation report; a memorandum to cabinet outlining the position of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), Natural Resources Canada and Transport Canada; and a report from the B.C. environmental assessment which approved the project.The federal environmental review panel report found that the project would have a devastating impact on the environment and on First Nations communities in the area.The First Nations consultation report is also expected to reflect the blanket rejection of the project by area communities.The cabinet memorandum on the position of government departments will likely also echo submissions by the departments to the federal environmental review panel.DFO expressed concerns that Taseko Mine’s plans for a replacement lake would not meet the department’s “no net loss” policy. Under the policy, if fish habit is destroyed it needs to be replaced by another habitat to make up for the loss.The department concluded the Taseko Mine’s “proposed fish and fish habitat compensation measures would not even meet a 1:1 ratio,” according to a DFO submission contained in the environmental review panel report.A former DFO scientist, who has since consulted internationally on fisheries, said Taseko Mine’s habitat compensation plan was “a bad joke” and impossible to accomplish.“They talked about replacing the loss habitat at a ratio of eight to one, they said they were going to create eight new units for the ones they destroyed,” said Gordon Hartman, who submitted a “yard by yard” analysis of Taseko Mine’s plan on behalf of the Tsilhqot’in nation. “It is just nonsense, the whole project.”Hartman said Taseko Mines classified as replacement habitat a dug-out, 11 kilometre ditch to collect water flowing down the sides of hills.“(Prosperity Lake) does not replace the kind of habitat that is lost in (Fish Lake),” said Hartman. “The fake streams they are putting in do not replace quantitatively or qualitatively the streams they are getting rid of.”Transport Canada also “expressed concerns” about the project. The department concluded that “Prosperity Lake would not adequately mitigate the losses of the fishing and recreational experience at Teztan Biny (Fish Lake) or the use by First Nations,” according to an outline of the department’s position contained in the environmental panel’s report.Natural Resources Canada also expressed initial concern that Taseko had underplayed the earthquake threat to the region in its construction plans. The department however said they were satisfied with the company’s updated designs.When contacted by APTN National News Wednesday, Battison asked for and obtained a list of questions he said would receive email@example.com
Nobel laureate and co-founder of Poland’s Solidarnosc movement Lech Walesa welcomed the launch of International Human Solidarity Day at a ceremony at United Nations Headquarters today, calling for a global front to address today’s challenges.“The solidarity movement that I constructed and that I led transformed my country,” said, Mr. Walesa, keynote speaker at the launch. “The idea of solidarity on a global scale can transform the contemporary world. It’s the only logical opportunity to meet today’s challenges.”In the UN Millennium Declaration, heads of State and government identified solidarity as one of the “fundamental values…essential to international relations.” International Human Solidarity Day, to be held on 20 December, was proclaimed by the General Assembly in 2005 to raise awareness of the importance of solidarity for advancing the international development agenda, especially for poverty eradication. “Very urgent action” is needed to address the world’s problems, said Mr. Walesa, who co-founded in 1980 Solidarnosc (Solidarity), the Soviet bloc’s first independent trade union, and went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1983, and to serve as President of Poland from 1990 to 1995, inspiring similar movements throughout Eastern Europe and beyond.“Starvation remains the weapon of massive destruction against millions of people,” he said, highlighting additional challenges, including disease, epidemics, environmental destruction, terrorist acts against civilians, and the world’s helplessness in face of natural disaster. “Solidarity moved one quarter of the population in Poland,” he said. “If a world solidarity movement covered a quarter of the global population, it would be an enormous power.”To harness that power and move words into actions, Mr. Walesa proposed the creation of a human solidarity fund as a “visible way for citizens of the world to contribute.” In rich countries, contributing $5 or $10 a year would not be a burden, and would provide education, and combat hunger to break the cycle of poverty.“It would be people helping people, not governments helping governments,” he said, suggesting that the fund be administered by the UN Secretary-General and that governments could grant tax exemptions for donations.“The Polish solidarity movement shows that we should not be afraid of our dreams,” he said. “The world can be peaceful and I am already seeing it on the horizon.”
Released on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference in the Qatari capital of Doha, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) report – Policy Implications of Warming Permafrost – underlines the potential hazards facing global ecosystems as well as national infrastructures if the rigid permafrost terrain were to become unstable. It also warns that the threat posed by carbon dioxide and methane emissions from warming permafrost has only begun to enter mainstream scientific discourse in recent years and, as a result, has not been included in climate prediction modelling. In a news release marking the report’s launch, Achim Steiner, the Executive Director of UNEP, emphasized the role permafrost could play in rapidly increasing the effects of global warming. “Permafrost is one of the keys to the planet’s future because it contains large stores of frozen organic matter that, if thawed and released into the atmosphere, would amplify current global warming and propel us to a warmer world,” Mr. Steiner noted. “Its potential impact on the climate, ecosystems and infrastructure has been neglected for too long,” he continued, adding that the report sought “to communicate to climate-treaty negotiators, policy-makers and the general public the implications of continuing to ignore the challenges of warming permafrost.”Most of the planet’s permafrost formed during the last ice age and extends up to 700 metres in parts of Russia and Canada. It constitutes an active layer of up to two metres in thickness sitting atop a stratum of frozen soil. Although permafrost regularly thaws each summer and refreezes in the winter, an increase in thickness of the active layer due to global warming would cause huge quantities of organic matter trapped in the frozen soil to thaw and decay, releasing massive amounts of carbon dioxide. The report’s finding that permafrost emissions could ultimately account for up to 39 per cent of total global emissions have prompted UNEP and the report’s authors to urge action at the Doha climate conference. “The release of carbon dioxide and methane from warming permafrost is irreversible: once the organic matter thaws and decays away, there is no way to put it back into the permafrost,” the report’s lead author, Kevin Schaefer, noted. With most climate change-related legislation ignoring the threat posed by the permafrost thawing, the report recommends a special assessment by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) as well as the creation of national monitoring networks and adaptation plans as key steps to dealing with the potential impacts of what could be “a significant source of emissions” and “a major factor in global warming.” UNEP also warns that changes in the permafrost could have a substantial impact on human activities as the thawing would cause the terrain to become structurally weak and unsteady, ultimately adding to the growing costs associated with public infrastructure owing to climate change. Mr. Schaefer confirmed that the thawing permafrost represented a dramatic physical change with potentially huge impacts on human infrastructure networks. “Individual nations need to develop plans to evaluate the risks, costs and mitigation strategies to protect human infrastructure in permafrost regions most vulnerable to thaw,” he concluded.
Ohio State redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop (33) hands the ball off to senior forward Jae’Sean Tate (1) in the first half in the game against Michigan on Dec. 4. Ohio State won 71-62. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorOhio State (10-4, 2-0 Big Ten) begins the true Big Ten season on Jan. 4, but before then, the Buckeyes have one final nonconference game against Miami (OH) Saturday.The last two seasons, it was a challenge for Ohio State to escape the nonconference slate without a bad loss on its resume. Although the Buckeyes don’t have a signature nonconference win, avoiding a gargantuan letdown against the Redhawks (7-5) will end the nonconference schedule without a major blemish.The game tips at noon at the Schottenstein Center on ESPNU. Here’s what to expect.Projected startersMiami:G — Jake Wright — Redshirt junior, 6-foot-4, 202 lbs., 8.8 ppg, 1.2 rpg, 0.5 apgG — Darrian Ringo — Junior, 6-foot-2, 173 lbs., 8.6 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 7.9 apgG — Nike Sibande — Freshman, 6-foot-3, 178 lbs., 14.0 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 0.9 apgF — Dalonte Brown — Freshman, 6-foot-7, 196 lbs., 7.0 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 0.3 apgF — Logan McLane — Senior, 6-foot-9, 225 lbs., 10.3 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 0.9 apgOhio State:G — C.J. Jackson — Junior, 6-foot-1, 175 lbs., 13.4 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 4.2 apgG — Musa Jallow — Freshman, 6-foot-5, 200 lbs., 3.9 ppg, 2.0 rpg, 1.3 apgF — Jae’Sean Tate — Senior, 6-foot-4, 230 lbs., 12.6 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 3.1 apgF — Keita Bates-Diop — Redshirt junior, 6-foot-7, 235 lbs., 18.7 ppg, 8.6 rpg, 1.4 apgC — Kaleb Wesson — Freshman, 6-foot-9, 270 lbs., 12.2 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 0.7 apgScouting Miami (OH)Ranked No. 257 by KenPom.com, the Redhawks are led by freshman guard Nike Sibande, who has attempted more than half his shots from 3-point range. Sibande is shooting 37 percent from deep and 44.4 percent from the field and plays roughly 31 minutes per game. If the Redhawks are to pull off one of the biggest upsets of the year, Sibande will need to have the best game of his career.Miami is statistically one of the worst offensive teams in the country. Per 100 possessions, the Redhawks score just 95 points, according to KenPom, which ranks 312th in the country. They also turn the ball over on more than 23 percent of their possessions, ranking 322nd out of 351 teams.In its two games against major conference opponents Missouri and DePaul, Miami attempted an average of more than 28 3-pointers and allowed the opponent to shoot 63 and 54 percent in effective field goal rate.Outside of the first half against North Carolina, Ohio State has shot the ball well for the past month. Saturday against the Redhawks should be no different.What to expectHoltmann said Friday before the Miami matchup that his team didn’t play well through ball screens last Saturday against North Carolina. The Buckeyes will see plenty of that Saturday with the Redhawks trying to free Sibande on nearly every possession.“Our ball-screen defense can be improved,” he said. “That’s going to be tested tomorrow. They have an outstanding point guard. Really good shooting around him.”As mentioned before, this is Ohio State’s final nonconference game. Holtmann has said for a couple weeks that it has been a main focus for the team to finish the nonconference schedule strong and enter the Big Ten season with any sort of momentum. Ohio State, ranked No. 46 by KenPom, has an opponent it is vastly superior than to work on any shortcomings it had against the Tar Heels.“Our turnover percentage would certainly be one,” Holtmann said. “We can continue to improve defensively across the board … The biggest thing is you have a chance to finish the nonconference and feel really good about it. And that’s what’s in front of us here tomorrow.”If Miami’s past games against high-major opponents are any indication, Ohio State’s 48 percent second-half shooting against North Carolina will carry over to Saturday and redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop will be the difference maker, again, with his size and length.Prediction:Ohio State wins 87-63
A 17-year-old girl was injured when a fire engine struck a minivan Monday morning in east Vancouver.The minivan spun into the fire engine’s path following a collision in oncoming lanes, according to the Vancouver Police Department. The crash occurred at about 8:30 a.m. on Southeast 162nd Avenue near Seventh Street.It all started when southbound driver Todd Anderson, 30, of Vancouver switched lanes to avoid hitting two vehicles that had stopped suddenly in front of him, Vancouver police spokeswoman Kim Kapp said. As Anderson switched lanes, his vehicle clipped a minivan in another lane, spinning the minivan into the path of the northbound fire engine, Kapp said.Engine 10 was transporting a Vancouver Fire Department crew to their station after responding to a commercial fire on Mill Plain Boulevard, Vancouver Fire Department Battalion Chief Rick Steele said. Steele said that the driver of the engine didn’t have time to avoid the collision.“Our guys are pretty shook up,” Steele said. “We’re not supposed to hurt people. We’re supposed to help people.”Kaylee Padilla, 17, of Vancouver was the driver and sole occupant of the minivan, Kapp said. Immediately after the collision, Padilla was unconscious and had to be cut out of the vehicle, Steele said. She later regained consciousness and was taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, where she was listed in serious condition.Kapp said that the engine sustained damage in the crash, and that no citations had been issued. Vancouver’s traffic detectives are investigating the collision.
Have acne trouble? A balanced diet along with a healthy lifestyle can help you curb it, say experts. Experts tell what all one should eat to keep acne at bay: -Brown rice: Brown rice is a rich source of vitamin B, protein, magnesium, and several antioxidants. For acne, vitamin B acts as our skin’s stress fighter, which will help regulate hormones levels and prevent the likelihood of breakouts. -Garlic: Garlic is another super food that helps fight inflammation. Garlic is full of a naturally occurring chemical called allicin, which kills off many harmful bacteria and viruses your body might be fighting, so its proven to be good for reducing inflammation in acnes. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf-Broccoli: It is the perfect skin clearing food. It contains health building properties like vitamins A, B complex, C, E, and K. These antioxidants fight radical damage which will assist with the luminosity of your skin. -Fish: Known to be a very good source of omega-3 and 6-fatty acids, fish is excellent for an acne prone skin. These acids reduce inflammation in the skin. Sardine and salmon are very good for skin. -Nuts: Deficiencies in minerals such as zinc and selenium have been linked to acne. Most nuts contain selenium, vitamin E, copper, magnesium, manganese, potassium, calcium and iron, which are all essential for healthy skin. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive-Fennel: If you are looking for the perfect natural skin cleanser, eat fennel. This licorice-tasting root vegetable can improve digestion, reduce swelling and help to flush out excess fluids and toxins in your skin. -Green tea: Many studies show that green tea helps fight acne. Drink more green tea throughout the day, and try applying cooled tea bags or a cloth dipped in cooled green tea to acne-prone areas of your face for 10-15 minutes. -Red grapes: The fruit and seed contain powerful natural chemicals and antioxidants that have been shown to treat inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. On top of this, grapes can also help to control the side effects of allergic reactions on skin. -Alfalfa sprouts: It looks like grass, but these sprouts are packed with valuable, skin-clearing nutrients. Alfalfa sprouts contain live enzymes which help fight inflammation. -Foods rich in vitamin A and carotenoids: Carotenoids are used in anti inflammatory drugs for treatment for acne. Rich sources of carotenoids include carrot juice, carrots, spinach, kale, cantaloupe, vegetable soup, mangos, papaya, instant fortified oatmeal, frozen peas and tomato juice. Fresh and canned peaches and red bell peppers provide modest amounts of carotenoid.
Kolkata: ‘Didi Ke Bolo’ helpline number launched by Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee once again turned rescuer for those who were trapped in Kerala floods.Bapan Das, a resident of Katwa in East Burdwan, was stuck in a house along with 14 others in the floods at Kizhur in Kerala. Das called up the toll free number and shared his ordeal. The caller informed that he was trapped in Kizhur along with others. He said there was no electricity or transportation. The caller requested for immediate assistance and food supplies. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataHe also mentioned that all the means of transport were suspended due to heavy rains. The matter was immediately raised with the disaster management officials of the state government, who contacted their counterparts in the Kerala government. During the call, all the relevant information was collected and it were passed to the disaster management department along with the phone number and location of the victim. Prodded by the Bengal government, the rescue team in Kerala started searching operation. Due to heavy rainfall and bad weather they found it difficult to trace their location. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateAfter a prolonged search operation, the rescue team finally spotted the location. Disaster management department in Kerala confirmed that the victims have been rescued and are safe in a hotel in Karwar. They have been given food and water. The victim will soon be brought back to the city after the situation improves. In a similar incident, some residents who were trapped in the Karnataka flood were rescued by the Karnataka government after they contacted Didi Ke Bolo toll-free number. The helpline number got a call from a person in South 24- Parganas, who claimed that some members of his family were stuck in their residence at Kaida township, near Karwa city due to floods. The caller mentioned that his sister and brother-in- law were in Karnataka and were hit by the floods. State government took up the matter with Karnataka government and informed the whereabouts of the family, as per description provided by the caller. The victims were finally rescued.
Bing My Saves launches by Martin Brinkmann on November 21, 2016 in Internet – Last Update: July 22, 2019 – 8 commentsMicrosoft announced a couple of days ago that it added a new feature called My Saves to its Bing Search engine expanding the Bing Saves feature that it launched in 2014.My Saves, as the name suggests already, lets you save certain types of content so that you can access these saves at a later point in time or on other devices.The feature is linked to a Microsoft Account which means that you need to sign in before it becomes available on Bing.The current iteration of My Saves supports the saving of images, videos, shopping results and places.Bing My SavesTo add an entry to the saves, simply hover over an appropriate result, say an image or video, and click on the plus icon that is displayed in a small overlay. The plus icon may also be displayed next to an item instead of on it when you hover it.This saves the item to the My Saves page on Bing. You can access the page directly, or by clicking on the menu icon in the top right on Bing and selecting “My saves” from the context menu.While this works well for most supported items, you will notice that the plus icon is not displayed for some results.That’s without doubt the biggest restriction of the feature right now. You can’t save regular web results to My Saves, and the saving won’t even work for part of the image results as well.My Saves vs BookmarksMy Saves is a bookmarking service at its core. You save items while using Bing to store them and get the chance to access them at a later point in time.The items that you have saved are displayed directly as media files on the My Saves page.The data is linked to a Microsoft Account so that you may access it again on any device without need for third-party add-ons or synchronization.The downside to using My Saves is that it restricts what you can save to My Saves. You cannot save textual links, and only some image links can be saved.Another restriction is that My Saves offers no search interface and no option to sort results into categories or folders. If you use it heavily, you will end up with a large list of image and video thumbnails that you cannot manage in any meaningful way (the only option you have is to remove items right now).Closing WordsIt is easy to overlook My Saves on Bing. The reason for this is that it is only available if you sign in to a Microsoft Account, and that the “add icon” is only displayed for select results and not all of them.The feature is less powerful than browser bookmarking, but it may appeal to some Bing users nevertheless.Now You: What’s your take on My Search?SummaryArticle NameBing My Saves launchesDescriptionMicrosoft announced a couple of days ago that it added a new feature called My Saves to its Bing Search engine.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
Related posts:Russia OKs imports of Costa Rican beef, milk powder China helps boost Costa Rica’s beef exports Costa Rican food producers look for new buyers at international fairs Government promises solutions to local producers hurt by import prices Health authorities from Russia arrived in Costa Rica Tuesday to evaluate trade possibilities for local animal products, the Agriculture and Livestock Ministry reported.Starting this week, the foreign delegation will evaluate National Animal Health Service facilities as well as local farms and slaughterhouses, through June 1.Meat, leather and milk from Tico companies including GICO, El Arreo, Montecillos, Visión Comercial and Dos Pinos are being considered for export potential.Members of the Russian delegation will audit official controls, regulations and protocols of epidemiological surveillance. As part of the procedure to allow exports to Russia, experts will also evaluate Costa Rica’s systems for disease reports, drug-residue controls, food safety in processing plants and hazard-analysis systems.After the mission’s final report, local firms will have to wait for the official approval from the Russian government to export their products. Facebook Comments
Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day GENEVA (AP) – The Red Cross says 72.67 million people _ about one of every 100 around the world _ were forced to leave their homes last year by conflicts, disasters or development.The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies says about 43 million were uprooted by conflict and violence, 15 million were made homeless by natural or technological disasters and 15 million were displaced by development during 2011. Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project But the IFRC reported Tuesday the figures represent a drop from 101.2 million such people in 2010, 74.85 million in 2009 and 92.30 million in 2008.The report says the figures strongly correlate to “mega-disasters” such as the 2008 earthquake in China, the 2009 floods and cyclones in India and the Pakistan floods and the Haiti earthquake in 2010.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Comments Share Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix How do cataracts affect your vision? Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Top Stories Sponsored Stories
August 3, 2017 597 Views Most hardworking Americans already know about the gender pay gap. But recent data reveals there is a certain type of company that could be giving working women fairer wages. However, the gap has only lessened.According to a new analysis by real estate database Redfin, and PayScale, a company that gathers data of individual salary profiles, the gender pay gap is half the size at technology companies with more women executives.To determine these findings, Redfin examined the gender makeup of executive teams at 31 of the largest U.S. technology companies. PayScale then analyzed 6,562 salary profiles of people who reported working for these companies between June 2015 and 2017.Based on this conducted research, it was discovered that companies with more women executives have a two-cent pay gap. So for every dollar men earn, women earn 98 cents. While a mere two pennies might not sound like much, it adds up. In fact, the study noted that this inequality adds up to tens of thousands of dollars over a woman’s career.While the gap has only narrowed, it is notable that at least the issue is gaining attention. In 2015, Redfin decided to start publishing its pay gap and other diversity statistics as a way to encourage other companies to be transparent with its information, as well as hold itself accountable.”Increased transparency is one way we can work together to close the pay gap in our industry,” said Bridget Frey, Redfin CTO.However, the gender wage gap is just one challenge working women face with when it comes to issues of diversity. In a world once dominated by men, women continue to become trailblazers in the housing and mortgage industry. And each year, MReport magazine likes to celebrate these leading ladies in the industry with a special Women in Housing edition.Want to be one of MReport’s leading ladies? Know a female colleague that’s a groundbreaker for the industry? Click here. Deadline for inclusion is August 7. This issue is published in conjunction with the Five Star Institute’s Women in Housing Leadership Forum, the concluding event at the Five Star Conference and Expo, happening September 18-20, 2017, at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Dallas, Texas.To view all of Redfin’s data, click here. in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, Headlines, News Mind the Gap Diversity gender gap HOUSING mortgage Payscale Redfin Women in Housing 2017-08-03 Nicole Casperson Share
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