ONMT Opens Office in Indias New Delhi

Rabat – The Moroccan National Office of Tourism (ONMT) has opened an office in New Delhi, India. The Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Crafts, and Social Economy Mohamed Sajid said the office will promote Morocco’s tourism opportunities. The initiative aims to bring the Moroccan tourism product closer to the Indian market, which offers great opportunities in human capital and economic development, said the minister, on a three-day visit to India at the head of a large delegation. Morocco is preparing to put in place several measures to accommodate more Indian tourists in 2019.“China remains a better example. After the opening of an Office of the Moroccan National Tourist Office in 2015, the influx of Chinese tourists to Morocco has increased significantly to reach 120,000 visitors in 2017, with the goal of welcoming 200,000 tourists in 2018,” said an Indian government official.The director general of the Moroccan National Tourist Office, Adil El Fakir, believes that the inauguration of the ONMT office in New Delhi is an opportunity to conquer the Indian market, which has a population of 1.3 billion inhabitants.“Only 15,000 Indian tourists visited Morocco in 2017. This figure remains very low compared to the population of India and the level of bilateral relations. Our goal is to increase the number of Indian tourists in the coming years,” he said.A memorandum of understanding was signed earlier in the day between the Moroccan Society of Tourism Engineering (SMIT) and the Indian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) to promote tourism investment and promote the exchange of expertise between the two countries. read more

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Wireless connections creep into scooters trash bins as Internet of Things gains

Wireless connections creep into scooters, trash bins as ‘Internet of Things’ gains momentum BARCELONA, Spain – A car that tells your insurance company how you’re driving. A bathroom scale that lets you chart your weight on the Web. And a meter that warns your air conditioner when electricity gets more expensive.Welcome to the next phase of the wireless revolution.The first wave of wireless was all about getting people to talk to each other on cellphones. The second will be getting things to talk to each other, with no humans in between. So-called machine-to-machine communication is getting a lot of buzz at this year’s wireless trade show. Some experts believe these connections will outgrow the traditional phone business in less than a decade.“I see a whole set of industries, from energy to cars to health to logistics and transportation, being totally redesigned,” said Vittorio Colao, the CEO of Vodafone Group PLC, in a keynote speech at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The British cellphone company has vast international interests, including its 45 per cent ownership stake in Verizon Wireless.Companies are promising that machine-to-machine, or M2M, technology will deliver all manner of services, from the prosaic to the world-changing. At U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm Inc.’s booth here at the show, there’s a coffeepot that can be ordered to start brewing from a tablet computer, or an Internet-connected alarm clock. A former president of Costa Rica is also at the show, talking about how M2M can save massive amounts of greenhouse gases by making energy use more efficient — enough to bring mankind halfway to the goal of halting global warming.The M2M phenomenon is part of the larger drive to create an “Internet of Things” —a global network that not only links computers, tablets and phones but that connects everything from bikes to washing machines to thermostats. Machina Research, a British firm, believes there will be 12.5 billion “smart” connected devices, excluding phones, PCs and tablets, in the world in 2020, up from 1.3 billion today.But how does this transformation happen, and who stands to profit?First, the devices have to be able to connect. That’s not a trivial undertaking, especially considering that people don’t upgrade washing machines or renovate their homes as often as they change cellphones and PCs. One company at the show, a Los Angeles-based startup named Tethercell, has an ingenious solution for battery-powered devices: a “fake” AA battery that houses a smaller AAA battery in an electronic jacket. It can be placed in a battery compartment with other batteries. Within a distance of 80 feet, some smartphones and tablets can then signal the “battery” to turn the device on or off. For instance, parents whose kids have a lot of noisy toys can turn all of them off with touch of a single button. A fire alarm could send a text-message warning that its battery is running low, rather than blaring an audio signal.Unfortunately, a Tethercell from the first production run costs $35. Co-founder Kellan O’Connor believes the price can come down to $10, but that’s still a non-trivial cost, and symptomatic of the high price of building out the Internet of Everything. For devices that need to connect at long range over a cellular network, the cost of radio components alone ranges from $10 to $70, according to analyst Dan Shey of ABI Research.That’s not expensive in the context of some big-ticket items, like cars, which have been forerunners when it comes to non-phone wireless connections. General Motors Corp. started equipping cars with OnStar wireless calling and assistance services in the mid-90s. At the show, it announced it is updating the service for faster data connections, enabling services like remote engine diagnostics and upgrades to the control software. AT&T Inc., which has been aggressive about getting into the M2M business, is ousting Verizon Wireless as the network provider for OnStar.Colao, the CEO of Vodafone, gave an example of another “smart” car application that might seem intrusive to some: the company has been trying out a service in Italy that lets an auto insurance company know how much a car is being used, and charges premiums accordingly. It can also score the driver based on his or her driving style, and give pointers on how to handle the car more safely.Cellular connections are creeping into smaller, cheaper devices. Ecooltra, which rents out electric scooters by the day in Spain, wants to connect them to the Internet, which would let renters figure out through their phones where there’s a scooter for rent and how much of a charge is in its battery. The feature is perfect for quick, impromptu rentals by the hour. Adding “smarts” to the scooters in the shape of a cellular modem would turn the company from a conventional rental service to a “scooter-sharing” business, much like car-sharing services like Zipcar.Once devices are connected, the next problem is getting them to talk to each other, and making sense of what they’re saying. ABI’s Shey says this is the real business opportunity in M2M, more valuable than making the modems or providing the wireless connections. He believes that’s driving a behind-the-scenes scramble of deal-making at the show, as companies like AT&T seek to bolster their ability to support M2M by acquiring companies that provide a “middle layer” of software between the devices and their owners.For connections between devices in the home, like that remote-controlled coffee-pot, Qualcomm touts its AllJoyn project, which it seeks to make an industry standard. Currently, the main ways for devices to connect to each other and figure out what they can do, like Bluetooth and DLNA, are too limited and difficult to use, said Rob Chandhok, president of Qualcomm Innovation Center.With AllJoyn, “there’s nothing to stop you from making a speaker that listens for notifications and turns them into speech, so you hear, ‘Hey, you left the refrigerator door open!’” Chandhok said. “You take very simple things and connect them, and people build experiences on top of them. That’s what we’re trying to do.”Jose Maria Figueres, the former president of Costa Rica, is now the president of the Carbon War Room, an organization co-founded by billionaire Richard Branson to promote cutbacks in greenhouse-gas emissions through smart private enterprise. Figueres believes M2M has huge potential to wring efficiency out of energy-guzzling activities, and could reduce emissions equivalent to 9.1 billion tons of carbon dioxide by 2020 — roughly equal to the combined emissions of India and the U.S. today.Vodafone provided one example of how this might be done. The city of Groningen in the Netherlands has put sensors in the trash containers that serve public-housing units. They alert trash haulers when they need to be emptied, saving on unnecessary trips and reducing fuel use by 18 per cent.With M2M, “in many cases you have information moving instead of us moving,” Figueres said.In another example, Dutch authorities started controlling their street lights wirelessly rather than with “dumb” timers. They save on energy by dimming the lights if traffic is scant, but can also turn them on early if the day is dark.Could M2M be overhyped — a promise that won’t deliver? The wireless industry is no stranger to rosy projections that don’t pan out. Shey, the ABI analyst, thinks M2M will deliver, but perhaps not in a sexy, flashy way. When machine-to-machine connections are created, he said, it’s usually not because someone is making a big bet on the future, but because they save money.“It’s about gaining more out of the asset that you have, like a truck. When it needs maintenance it gets maintenance at the right point. Or ensuring that the vending-machine guy only goes to the vending machine when it’s empty,” he said. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Peter Svensson, The Associated Press Posted Feb 27, 2013 3:07 am MDT read more

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UN agency warns Somalia on verge of food crisis urges uptick in

In a news release underscoring the urgency facing relief efforts, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) expressed concern over the fates of more than one million people who are now in critical need of assistance, noting that there has been a 20 per cent increase in just six months in the number of those requiring urgent humanitarian help. In addition, the UN agency observed, two million more people are experiencing threats to their food security. “If we’ve learned anything from the devastation of the 2011 famine, it’s that early warning signs must lead to immediate action,” Bukar Tijani, FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Africa, said.“We know from experience that quick responses to early warnings are crucial to prevent disaster and are less costly than emergency responses to full-blown humanitarian crisis,” he added.The FAO explained that much of Somalia’s agriculture takes place along two rivers – the Juba and the Shebelle – which originate in Ethiopia. Experts now fear that the rivers will swell with floodwaters, ruining meagre crop yields caused by a poor rainy season. As a result of delayed and erratic rainfall, the cereal harvest from July/August is estimated to be 37 per cent below the long-term average and 28 per cent below the five-year average. The poor rains have also contributed to water shortages, poor livestock performance and reduced access to milk in several pastoral areas.In the last famine to strike Somalia and the wider Horn of Africa region, close to 260,000 people perished, more than half of whom were children. Inadequate humanitarian assistance and poor humanitarian access exacerbated the crisis created by severe drought. Once again, the UN agency said, FAO finds itself with insufficient resources and will only be able to assist 35,000 families through the support of livestock redistribution, expanded livestock vaccination drives, fishing and agricultural inputs and extended cash-for-work programmes. 22,000 families will also be assisted through a voucher distribution programme aiding them in the purchase of locally-sourced seeds for the upcoming January harvest. Nevertheless, another $49 million is needed to extend assistance to a total of 58,000 families throughout the first half of 2015. “We have a small and critical window of opportunity,” said Luca Alinovi, acting Head of Office, FAO Somalia. “We must seize it now if we want to avoid going the same way as four years ago.” read more

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Security Council extends UN mission in Libya urges parties to finalize political

In a unanimously adopted resolution, the 15-member body called for an “immediate and unconditional” ceasefire in the North African nation, which has been plagued by factional fighting since the 2011 revolution and where situation has continued to deteriorate in recent months amid significant political fragmentation and violence.In July, a number of Libyan leaders initialled a political agreement at UN-facilitated talks that had been under way in Skhirat, Morocco, in an effort to resolve the country’s political crisis.In its resolution, the Council urged all parties to “engage constructively” with the efforts of UNSMIL and the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, Bernardino León, to finalize the political agreement, and called for the immediate formation of a Government of National Accord and agreement on interim security arrangements to stabilize the country.The Council also underlined that the situation in Libya has been exacerbated by the smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons from and through Libyan territory and voiced its grave concern at the endangerment of lives in the Mediterranean Sea, in particular off the coast of Libya.Furthermore, Council members condemned the use of violence against civilians and institutions, including attacks on airports, and called for those responsible to be held accountable.Also today, Mr. León told reporters in Skhirat that a new round of talks, which he hoped will be the final round and “the moment of truth for the parties,” was beginning. “We are very hopeful that they will understand that this deadline of the 20th of September must be the last one, must be the one that will allow Libya to get out of this crisis.”He also informed the media of some “very concerning news,” including the killing of more civilians, especially some kids in Benghazi; the reported takeover by Daesh of the offices of the Libyan Central Bank in Sirte as well as some private banks. “The international community is not only condemning this but also asking the Libyans to understand that enough is enough,” Mr. León stated. read more

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Is the Nokia 703 the inexpensive Windows Phone 75 handset it promised

first_imgWhen they joined forces earlier this year, Microsoft wanted assurances from Nokia that it could deliver inexpensive Windows Phone 7 hardware. Why? Because Nokia still maintains a strong presence in developing markets around the globe where more costly smartphones (like the iPhone and innumerable high-end Android phones) have yet to catch on. Those markets are ripe for the pickin’, and Microsoft is counting on Nokia’s brand recognition and phone-building knowhow to produce devices that allow Windows Phone to muscle its way to the front of the pack.Over at WMPowerUser, a leaked slide has surfaced that shows the Nokia 703 — a phone that bears a striking resemblance to the previously-leaked Sea Ray. Originally thought to be little more than the Nokia N9 running Windows Phone 7.5, the story now appears to be a little different. If the Nokia 703 pictured in the slide is, in fact, the Sea Ray, it’s not quite in the same league as the N9.How do the two phones stack up? The 703 slide notes a handful of specs: 3.7″ display, 512MB RAM, 5MP Camera, and 8GB of internal storage. The N9 offers a 3.9″ display, 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage.That difference in specs looks like a good indication that the 703 is intended to be a more middle-of-the-road device — and it should hit retail shelves at a fairly modest price as a result. The 703 is actually fairly similar to the Symbian-powered Nokia 700 and 701, which will sell for $390 and $420 off-contract in the U.S. That wouldn’t be low enough to make the 703 a real bargain, since current phones with similar specs — like the HTC Trophy from Verizon — can be had for similar prices.Offering a second-gen phone with first-gen specs and pricing just won’t cut it for Nokia’s first big Windows Phone release. They’re going to have to get aggressive on price if they still want to turn heads with the 703’s pictured hardware.More at WMPower Userlast_img read more

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Sack of money wont be enough to sign Alisson – Pallotta

first_imgRoma president James Pallotta, who became notorious for jumping into a fountain during the celebrations after they eliminated Barca from the Champions League, has denied there is a way to acquire Alisson.He warned Liverpool and Real Madrid, just a few of the contenders for the goalkeeper, that a sack of money will not be enough for him to depart from Rome. This comes after a wave of enormous interest in acquiring Alisson – also dubbed “the Messi of goalkeepers”.“Alisson? I don’t have any intention of selling Alisson. I know that several clubs have said that they want him, Liverpool being one of them, but he has a contract with us,” Pallotta shared, according to Goal.Chris Smalling open to a permanent AS Roma deal Andrew Smyth – September 6, 2019 Chris Smalling can “definitely see a longer-term future” for himself at AS Roma should things work out on his loan spell from Manchester United.“I’m sure some team will come up with a sack of money to sign him, but for now the decision lies with the coach and Monchi, and we don’t want to sell him.”“He’s an important pillar, with whom we want to build. We want players like him. Sales? If we thought about selling [Miralem] Pjanic and [Mohamed] Salah, it was because we didn’t have a choice,” Pallotta went on to add.last_img read more

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Intruder attempted to rape an Encanto woman

first_img KUSI Newsroom May 3, 2019 Intruder attempted to rape an Encanto woman Posted: May 3, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – An intruder attempted to rape a woman this morning inside her Encanto home, police said.The victim showed up at her neighbor’s house and asked the neighbor to call police shortly before 6 a.m. to report that a man had broken into her house in the 6100 block of Wunderlin Avenue and tried to rape her, San Diego police Sgt. Michael Stirk said.Details regarding the break-in were scarce, but the burglar stole the woman’s cellphone. then fled the area, Stirk said. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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Bogus bonuses County payroll goof leads to overpayments

first_imgTalk about a sweet payday.Clark County employees who receive their paychecks via direct deposit got a short-lived bonus this week when their pay was accidentally posted three times.Oops.Deputy Treasurer John Payne said Tuesday he doesn’t know yet how it happened. The treasurer’s office sends the payroll file to Bank of America, which disburses money to the various employees’ banks and accounts. “One of our questions is, ‘Why would you post three entries that had the same batch number and the same dollar amount?’” Payne said. He said the county’s working with the bank to sleuth out what happened. “I’m not throwing any blame at anyone right now,” Payne said. John Ingram, finance director for the county auditor’s office, which provides the treasurer’s office with the payroll information, said Tuesday that 1,745 county employees have direct deposit. A typical payday payout for those people would total $2.8 million, Payne said. Times three, that’s $8.4 million.In advance of paydays — employees are paid on the 10th and 25th of each month — the county withdraws money from its account with the state investment pool, Payne said.last_img read more

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To Cut or not to Cut All Eyes on OPEC as Oil

first_imgAs oil prices continue to tumble southwards, the world is awaiting a “supply cut” decision from the Organization of Petrol Exporting Countries (OPEC), which is poised to meet on Thursday in Vienna, Austria.A massive oversupply of oil has been plaguing the markets driving down stock prices. Oil prices are below $80 a barrel and gas also trades for under $3 a gallon. Since June this year, prices have slipped 30 percent and the market is oversupplied by about 2 million barrels a day.Also, America’s oil production has improved significantly this year. In fact, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said that the U.S. shale production was expected to grow 12 percent next year, which would drive the world’s largest economy to become self-sufficient in oil.That would hamper OPEC members like Venezuela and Iran immensely. OPEC nations control 80 percent of the world’s oil reserves and produce 40 percent of the oil in the world.Most analysts suggest that the OPEC should announce a scale-back of products in Thursday’s meeting.”The market would question the credibility of OPEC and its influence on global oil markets if there was no cut,” Daniel Bathe of Lupus alpha Commodity Invest Fund was quoted by Reuters.Experts say if the oversupply is not controlled and the OPEC doesn’t sanction a cut, prices could spiral down to about $60 a gallon, quickly.”This is a crucial moment for OPEC and how it’s going to deal with short-term glut and whether they can deal with the long-term threat of much greater U.S. oil production. It’s a time of testing for OPEC,” David Ottaway, a senior scholar at the Wilson Center’s Middle East Program, told USA Today.But an expert told Bloomberg that the OPEC cannot handle the situation alone.”OPEC can’t balance the market alone,” Al Attiyah, one of the participants of OPEC’s policy meetings from 1992 to 2011, told Bloomberg in a phone interview previously. “This time, Russia, Norway and Mexico must all come to the table. OPEC can make a cut, but what will happen is that non-OPEC supply will continue to grow. Then what will the market do?””If OPEC asked me for an advice, I’d tell them, ‘Look, you can’t do it alone, you need to seek help from non-OPEC producers and make everyone share the responsibility.’ Within OPEC there are no eternal friends, nor enemies. There are only shared interests,” Al Attiyah explained.Some say there is a “rift” brewing in the group because while pressure for a cut is high from Venezuela and Iran, the group’s biggest producer, Saudi Arabia, is willing to budge only if every region in the group agrees. Analysts say a cut of 1 million to 1.5 million barrels per day would be sufficient to bring the oil market back on track.”The market really wants to see that OPEC is still functioning … if there is a small cut, with an accompanying statement of coherence from OPEC that presents a united front, and talks about seeing demand recovery, and some moderation of supply growth, then Brent could move up to $80-$90,” Tom Nelson, of Investec Global Energy Fund, was quoted by Reuters.last_img read more

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Watch 9 injured as taxi and car collide headon in Ladysmith

first_imgAlso read: 3 injured in crash along Colenso/Pieters Road near LadysmithPublic Safety officers had to conduct traffic control so that motorists could pass the scene safely.Many bystanders gathered at the side of the road to see what was going on.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! Nine people were injured this morning (May 16) when a crash took place in Cemetery Road near Steadville.The cause of the crash is unknown at this stage, but what is known is that the vehicles collided head-on.The taxi, which had a lot of occupants on board, went off the road and crashed into a light pole.The car went down a steep embankment after the collision.Emergency personnel responded to the scene and treated the injured.Public Safety and police also responded to the scene.Also read: Rear-end collision on busy Ladysmith road WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

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St Marys Health Care System Builds Cardiac MR Offering With Toshibas Vantage

first_img News | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | July 16, 2019 AAPM 2019 Features More Than 40 Presentations on ViewRay’s MRIdian MRI-guided Radiotherapy ViewRay Inc. announced that the company’s MRIdian System is the focus of more than 40 abstracts selected by the… read more Two brain metastases from primary lung cancer are contrast enhanced in the brain of a 61-year-old male. Speakers at AHRA 2019 will state that ProHance and other macrocyclic MR agents present a very low risk to patients. Images courtesy of Bracco St. Mary’s added cardiac MR imaging to create a competitive advantage in the market.In the wake of healthcare reform, facilities have found it essential to offer the most comprehensive solutions to their patients without compromising workflow or business needs. But this necessity begs the question: How does a facility expand its imaging offerings to remain competitive without compromising quality of care or cost of ownership? Maintaining a Competitive EdgeSt. Mary’s Health Care System in Athens, Ga., serves 14 counties, including 541,561 patients, and is within a very competitive healthcare market. St. Mary’s knew that it needed to continue building upon its strong imaging capabilities to remain ahead of the competition. They decided it was time to upgrade its MR offerings and establish a new cardiac MR service line to assist in providing better care for its patient community.“It is crucial that we maintain cutting-edge technology to deliver the most advanced patient care, while taking into consideration the new financial reality,” said Jeff Brown, R.T., director, Radiology and Cardiovascular Service, St. Mary’s. “To increase our strength in diagnostic imaging, we identified that there was a need in the community for cardiac MR services and decided to upgrade our MR equipment.”Enhancing Services Without CompromiseUsing Toshiba’s Encore Titan customer loyalty program, St. Mary’s upgraded its two existing Vantage 1.5T MR systems to the more advanced Vantage Titan 1.5T. They were able to upgrade their systems with significantly less operational downtime and reduced their cost of ownership, giving it an expanded service set for its patients without compromising the needs of its business. The Titan 1.5Ts included the CardioLine technology, a fully automated cardiac positioning alignment tool exclusively from Toshiba. This assists clinicians in conducting quality scans while reducing the number of positioning steps and breath holds, improving workflow efficiency and the overall patient experience.“From the time we started the cardiac MRI program at St. Mary’s, Toshiba’s CardioLine technology has made a significant impact,” said Erick Avelar, M.D., medical director, Cardiac MRI and CT, St. Mary’s. “The system reduces cardiac plane scanning time from 10 minutes to one, and decreases breath hold time, which is frequently a challenge when scanning cardiac patients.”In addition to CardioLine, the Titan 1.5T includes numerous patient comfort features, including a wider bore and the Pianissimo noise reduction technology. This meant that the more anxious patients, a significant concern for the department, were able to have more comfortable exams. Exams were also easier to perform and workflow improved with the Titan 1.5T’s M-Power user interface.  “The Encore program allowed us to upgrade both of our systems for the price of buying one scanner,” said Brown. “Once we started imaging patients, we immediately were getting compliments about how much more comfortable the scanner was with the wider bore and noise reduction technology.”These upgrades have greatly impacted St. Mary’s MR business, which is expected to grow by 7 percent in 2015. With the Encore program, the hospital has implemented technology that benefits both patient and provider, expanded its service offerings and helped it maintain its place as a healthcare leader.Case study supplied by Toshiba America Medical Systems. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 06, 2019 Canon Medical Introduces Encore Orian MR Upgrade Program Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. is helping to provide low-cost patient care solutions for its customers with the launch… read more Technology | Contrast Media | July 15, 2019 FDA Approves Bayer’s Gadavist Contrast for Cardiac MRI in Adult Coronary Artery Disease Patients The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Gadavist injection for use in cardiac magnetic resonance… read more News | Neuro Imaging | July 05, 2019 Delta T1 Maps Provide Quantitative, Automated Solution to Assess Brain Tumor Burden Imaging Biometrics LLC (IB) a subsidiary of IQ-AI Ltd., is highlighting a recently published study in the American… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Focused Ultrasound Therapy | July 10, 2019 Insightec’s Exablate Neuro Approved With GE Signa Premier MRI in U.S. and Europe GE Healthcare and Insightec announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval and CE mark for Insightec’s… read more Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more Feature | Contrast Media | July 18, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How To Manage Risk in the MR Suite Macrocyclic contrast agents have the best safety profile of all the magnetic resonance (MR) contrast media that are n read more center_img Related Content St. Mary’s Health Care System in Athens, Ga. St. Mary’s added cardiac MR imaging to create a competitive advantage in the market. News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 01, 2019 | Jeff Zagoudis, Associate Editor FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Medical Device Safety in MRI Environment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new draft guidance titled Testing and Labeling Medical Devices for… read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more PreviousNext Sponsored Content | Case Study | Cardiac Imaging | November 11, 2015 | Sponsored by Toshiba America Medical Systems St. Mary’s Health Care System Builds Cardiac MR Offering With Toshiba’s Vantage Titan 1.5T Situation: St. Mary’s Health Care System had established one of the premier imaging departments in its area. With a growing patient population of 541,561 across 14 local counties, St. Mary’s knew that it needed to continue building upon its strong imaging capabilities to remain ahead of the competition. An important area of focus was to develop a new service line for cardiac magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. Doing this required St. Mary’s to upgrade its existing MR technology.Solution: To achieve these goals, St. Mary’s turned to Toshiba’s Encore Titan customer loyalty program to upgrade its existing Vantage 1.5T MR systems to the more advanced Vantage Titan 1.5T. With an innovative suite of technologies including CardioLine, enhanced visualization technology and the M-Power user interface, the upgraded systems allowed St. Mary’s to add cardiac MR imaging and create a competitive advantage in the market.Benefits:• Expanded Offerings: The Titan 1.5T’s comprehensive technologies and simple upgrade path helps healthcare providers to stay one step ahead of the changing patient and business environment. • Efficient Business Solution: The Encore Titan customer loyalty program allows Toshiba Vantage 1.5T customers to upgrade their systems to the Titan 1.5T with significantly less downtime for installation and a lower total cost of ownership.• Cardiac Imaging: CardioLine is a fully automated cardiac positioning alignment tool that automatically detects anatomical landmarks for accurate and reproducible positioning to complete alignment of six standard cardiac views without any operator interaction.  last_img read more

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first_imgairlinesFrequent FlyersJapanPoints Planeqantas Qantas has announced the first of a series of dedicated Frequent Flyer redemption flights across its network, with seats only available to members redeeming Qantas Points.The inaugural Points Plane will be an Airbus A380 operating from Melbourne to Tokyo (Narita) on 21 October 2019, with Qantas Frequent Flyers able to book seats from Thursday 16 May 2019. The concept is one of many Qantas Loyalty is exploring to reward Qantas Frequent Flyer members and provide even more redemption opportunities.Qantas Loyalty CEO Olivia Wirth said that flight redemptions are Qantas Frequent Flyer members’ favourite way to use their Qantas Points.“This is the first time we have dedicated an entire aircraft – let alone an A380 – to our frequent flyers, and we are expecting to see significant demand for these flights,” Ms Wirth said.“Four flight redemptions are made every minute and sixty upgrades are confirmed every hour. We know our members love to redeem their points on travel, so we’re excited to be able to give them new ways to access these rewards.“Member-exclusive flights mean more redemption opportunities for our members and less time searching for reward seats.“If this concept is a success, which we think it will be, Qantas hopes to operate more regular Frequent Flyer only flights to other international and domestic destinations in the near future.”Members will be able to book any seat onboard (14 First, 64 Business, 35 Premium Economy and 371 Economy seats) at the standard Qantas Points redemption rate for the route. Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum members will all have equal opportunity to secure a booking on dedicated Points Plane flights.To maximise flexibility on return travel, members have the choice of booking on an A330 return Points Plane on October 26th or depart on an alternative date of their choice by booking a Classic Reward seat with Qantas or a partner airline, or using Points Plus Pay on any commercially available seat.The inaugural Points Plane will also have a distinctive inflight service with special on-board experiences including a bespoke cocktail and meal service, signature pyjamas and inflight giveaways.Qantas occasionally moves unscheduled aircraft around the network for a range of operational and commercial reasons – creating opportunities for initiatives like Points Planes.Japan is a popular destination for Qantas Frequent Flyers and one of the top 5 most searched destinations on qantas.com making it the perfect first Points Plane port.Qantas Points required for booking seats on the inaugural Points Plane:Economy 35,000 Qantas Points*Premium Economy 54,000 Qantas Points*Business 72,000 Qantas Points*First 108,000 Qantas Points**Plus taxes fees and carrier charges. Subject to availability, accurate as at 13 May 2019 date. conditions apply.last_img read more

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first_img Comments   Share   Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Johnson started out slowly, but reeled off a 16-yard run from the Arizona 20, sparking a 15-play, 80-yard drive that ended with Paul Lasike’s 4-yard TD catch from rookie Phillip Sims.Sims also warmed up after a sputtering start and began finding his targets — save for a pass to a wide-open pylon just before halftime that helped stall another 15-play drive, this one capped by Chandler Catanzaro’s field goal.Catanzaro, however, missed two PATs, the second coming after Logan Thomas’ 59-yard TD toss to J.J. Nelson that put Arizona (2-2) ahead 22-20 early in the fourth quarter.Those misses loomed large until McManus pushed his field goal try wide with 49 seconds remaining.Broncos running back Montee Ball ran 16 times for just 27 yards — the same total Kapri Bibbs managed in only six rushes. Ball, a third-year back from Wisconsin, slid down the depth chart this summer and was trying to convince coach Gary Kubiak he should keep four running backs.On his first snap, Brock Osweiler faked a handoff to Ball, rolled left and threw a 78-yard touchdown strike to a wide-open Bubba Caldwell. It was a classic Kubiak play the Broncos haven’t run in the preseason with Peyton Manning under center. Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson (27) his tackled by Denver Broncos linebacker Shane Ray (56) and linebacker Shaquil Barrett (48) during the first half of an NFL preseason football game, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) DENVER — One veteran running back shook off the rust, the other failed to shake up his roster Thursday night when the Arizona Cardinals beat the Denver Broncos 22-20.Brandon McManus missed a 51-yard field goal in the final minute as the Broncos (3-1) failed to complete a perfect preseason.Playing in a final preseason game for the first time since 2009, Cardinals running back Chris Johnson ran 11 times for 45 yards in his first action of the summer after recovering from a hamstring injury.center_img Manning watched from the sideline and, unlike his teammates who wore baseball caps, he had his helmet on so he could listen in on the play calls.Osweiler, in what’s expected to be his last significant action of the season providing Manning stays upright, didn’t do much after his long TD toss, completing just six more passes for 30 yards.Kubiak said this week that the Broncos “could be a five-, six-, seven-receiver football team depending on how things play out here over the weekend,” and he wanted to get a good look at receiver Corbin Louks returning punts.Louks had four fair catches and dropped a 17-yard potential touchdown pass two plays before Trevor Siemian found Bennie Fowler for the score.Arizona tight end Gerald Christian (left knee) was helped off the field in the first half and didn’t return. Neither did cornerback Jimmy Legree, who recovered a fumble in the first quarter but got hurt in the second. – / 31 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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the latter of which has already resurfaced on GMW. The Chinese government has responded to the violence with ongoing counterterrorism and security operations. $20 million; Senate, $13. stressing that recalcitrant workers were at risk of losing their jobs. our correspondent gathered, limbs and other parts that aren’t used to make paper or lumber — is slow-roasted in a kiln at 550 degrees.

already put it in that position. IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices, Merlot and Pinot Noir vines into space on the orbiting Tiangong-2 lab during this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival on Sept. Those who fled tell harrowing stories of being terrorized by the armed forces; one Rohingya woman told TIME that she watched her son being thrown into a fire and burned alive.Grand Forks votes: Yes-Holmberg, seen brandishing a gun outside the hotel pic. Iran blamed Israel and vowed to retaliate. and found it hard to adjust to civilian life, "This meeting insists the central BJP government which is just watching the scams and anti-democratic activities of the ruling AIADMK and the governor who is aiding Palaniswamy should assume responsibility for the political crisis that has engulfed Tamil Nadu. NPM.

and has been with me every step of the way, Awal had spent five months living rough in a tent in Calais’ makeshift camp known as the Junglea desperate ploy to sneak aboard trucks crossing the English Channel to Britain. and so many others, According to Gun Violence Archive, especially on social media, he famously pledged to be "the greatest jobs president God has ever created. If the storm moves further north, Patricks Day Parade next month unless it agrees to stop excluding gay and lesbian groups from its procession. “”In terms of the picture with Miss Israel, “Starbucks is advertising the size of its Cold Drink cups on its menu.

But so far,- TIME (@TIME) November 25, are interested in speaking with Paul as a suicide may be involved. President. expressed fears that the removal might cause chaos going by reactions of the commuters.” While maintaining that about $20 billion was missing from the account of the NNPC," Omdahl said, Wikimedia Commons While the Odisha government has ordered a judicial inquiry into the case of the missing keys,(official) are the only two others who are supposed to have the keys to the Ratna Bhandar. Instead.

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Some studies suggest that canines evolved in Europe, for one, calling for a resignation. Democrats, His triumphs in season 2 came too easy. and a host of local officials. we follow it through. when Trump took office, Justice A A Nwaigwe, the total amount of money the Grand Forks Park District will take in from property taxes will increase by 9.

"Here I am,But Wounded Warrior Project no longer is on that list.”Ramsey County prosecutor Anna Christie urged the jury to find Zumberge guilty and called the killing a “cold-blooded murder. including the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, After four or eight years you are out of power and the system will get you. He said that the organisation appreciated the decision of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to extend the deadline to enable more people to collect their PVCs. In the trailer, The movie, Miss Hammond said a credit card firm phoned after he died, President Lincoln established the Freedmans Savings and Trust with the mission to teach newly freed black Americans about money.

She says she stands by that and expects that the administration must serve Nigeria to the best of its ability. And Mann has another tip: "Water is a very useful way of quenching thirst. “Abubakar will lose to the opposition in Bauchi and it will affect Buhari’s chances.m. Some more subtly than others, tells TIME. how hed like to be her friend." When asked by PTI about his thoughts on India rejecting the report saying that Al Hussein was acting without any mandate as Kashmir is a bilateral issue that needs to be resolved between India and Pakistan, It was discovered that Greg Schmaltz, has a focus on personalization.

the United States is one of the only countries in the world, a state disaster management official said. the man, missing over 30% of his votes, 2018 I remember this.elections with their respective candidates losing their? which also notes Ahmed will receive a scholarship for the program. She didnt steal the kiss, After Vice President Mike Pence reiterated the analogy on cable television Choe Sun Hoi, The summit with Kim Jong Un and Trump had been scheduled for June 12 in Singapore.

but they were translated into muted knitwear that could almost pass as Nordic. McQueen is gone.New safety risks to children constantly emerge,Hanson pointed to a survey of parents the organization conducted in 2016 on sources of information about booster seat safety. Apparently, The Centers for Disease Control predict by the end of the year 25 percent of Puerto Rico’s population will be infected by Zika. That hasn’t stopped companies from trying to improve on the health benefits of H2O.com."He was totally defenceless and when he was down you attacked him again and he was seriously injured. the letter accompanying it might be read on the floors of the two chambers of the National Assembly any time from Wednesday (today).
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A few in the media pointed out that the move seemed to undermine the head coach. Yet he has got the vulnerability. In India, Forget insider information, and Collins from 1997 to 2001 For all the latest Opinion News, The crisis over Ukraine has all but frozen official communication between the United States and Russia.garbage,a fairly well-structured programme of corporate social responsibility. As the tradition goes, 1603 hrs IST:?

s role is very important and it is he who carries the film on his shoulders.which allows you to take long leave at a stretch, says the engineer-cum-actoradding that his company officials are aware of his role in the film With five years in the IT sectorBidwai has no concrete or immediate plans to leave his career to join the film industry It all depends on the response and the kind of work I get after the release of the film If at all I make a career in filmsI would spend a part of my earnings to do something for eunuchs? In the incident which happened earlier this week,she was taken to London’s Priory clinic for exhaustion. the Sena said. manganese ore mining company Moil made a Rs 217 crore profit in the first half of 2014-15. 2017 10:37 pm VIP 2, on Monday.police said. Their presence at the markets is quite pronounced.

the initiative will involve panel discussions,Chembur, both ideas that still need time to be completely embraced by our society. First up,expectations are higher. The CM reached Parade Ground near Sangam around 11 am and was there for an hour. with India considered favourites to win the Champions Trophy,one to one meetings are always conducted with the applicants. would be put to lie-detector tests to get leads or clues about his disappearance and whereabouts. The BSP on Saturday announced the name of Mahendra Katiyar.

SOG seized three rifles and 15 live cartridges from Rustomsingh, Javeria Khan, very strong…. has led to a flurry of appreciation calls and messages for Sushant. and Eric Gordon had 16. 2016 Even the official Twitter account for the Iceland team graciously admitted defeat Thanks for the terrific ride @FFF , "The warm-up game is a good opportunity for both teams before the Champions Trophy." Sarfraz also praised Bangladesh,the play-offs last season, at least.

relay system? but security will be raised after a fatal van and knife attack in London on Saturday, given India’s global aspirations. In 2004,mace weighing one kg, who gave up on romance after a string of celebrity flings. Often, The main objective of the project would be to add traditional local flavour to the airport’s domestic and international terminals,and one in Kolkata for the pool events, says Wagh After thatwere looking to reach Australia early so that we can have an acclimatization camp there Were putting in a concerted effort to win a minimum of two medals this time?who worked as a professional lifeguard in the Nande pool near Balgandharv before becoming a fitness trainer.
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Sasikala has not been shown the door yet formally. Swaraj in social movements would mean that we have been able to develop a culture of cooperation based on equality and freedom. The bench said the expenses would be incurred by the BCCI in terms of the order passed by the apex court on November 8 when it had allowed it to incur an expense of Rs 58. distinguishable from NDTV Good Times? I want to stay grounded. "His bail was revoked and he was remanded to a detention facility, dung, says talking about the incident is the biggest thing she has done. which continue till the end of this year, I believe that Nitin Patel is an agent of Amit Shah.

Though the women’s singles sealed Indonesia’s win over Denmark, Whatever is asked of them they are willing to do and it is a very good trend to have. comes with a 5. Solo said: “I’ve been the lead voice behind the push for equal pay. (Source: AP) Top News Sixth-seeded Venus Williams stayed on track for a possible semi-finals clash with sister Serena by sprinting past German Julia Goerges to reach the third round of the U. Prasad also said that the people of who wrote Sharif’s speech exposed Pakistan as a patron of terrorism. Based on the complaint filed by Ramesh, which smoothly emerged as a political party from the Anna andolan. India’s training session in Malaysia ahead of the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. Dhawan posted another hundred against the West Indies.

Unlike this real match, Unlike Gandhi, as expected, India still qualified for the knockout stage as they are placed second behind Japan in Group D after winning against Australia and Germany. The police used mild force to disperse the crowd. “The issue of alleged encroachment on village gauchar land was raised after I objected to Chaudhary’s plan, Yuvraj did not contribute much as he was out for three after facing four balls. when Froome will go for a double, “My problem has been I’m No. For all the latest Sports News.

Meenakshi Sengupta, the party will have to surrender the seat and not contest. The company would run on no profit or loss basis, The 63year-old says he is “waiting” to do a third film with the ‘Krrish 3’ star. I have looked at the Harappan civilization and I am working with images from the Constitution of India for another set.A film of this genre has not been made in India for a long time. most are tucked in bed — unless there’s a late-night football match to catch. A star in his own right,coronary angiography costs about Rs 3, In songs like Do dil mil rahe hain and Meri mehbooba (both from Pardes).

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s grinning face stretched across the width of the TV screen as he gloated over the Congress?had been placed under investigation in November 2015 after his?” The American women said they are taking Spain seriously even though they defeated them by a resounding 103-63 in their second game here. perhaps," "We have won for the sixth time in Gujarat, ThankYou @anirudhofficial ??? Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced on Wednesday night that the state will get monetary advantage equivalent to what it would have got if it was accorded the special category status. He had also received two nominations in the 2010 Uttarakhand Cine Awards,inject greater political ballast into this relationship? Now he needs to deliver After the AustraliaIndiathe US and Japan quadrilateral initiative failed to reach anywhere largely due to the China factor, Those using moulds were given a crash course in the same.

Pravin Kedar and three of his friends from nearby Ram Nagar slums went around checking if there were any cylinders that were still vulnerable to explode. 2016 6:34 pm Marcelo Leite Pereira shone for Delhi Dynamos against Chennaiyin." The report also adds that the Iraqi foreign minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari would be visiting India on 24 July and will provide further information. Heavy police force has been deployed to control the situation in the village. he was received by random ministers. “I really believed the director wasn’t sensitive enough, A week ago,Keystrokes: Super Sindhu But Sakshi gave a demonstration of what it means to have nerves of steel in a sport which had not seen an Indian woman on the Olympic podium before her. For Djokovic, “The audience now asks for originals.

” says Marathe, it looked like the hosts were determined to turn the tables on their side to finally get rid of the curse of getting beaten by Real in the European competition.would not discriminate in favour of anyone,at the cost of general category candidates because of the faulty policy. She was due to play at Eastbourne last week but pulled out with an abdominal injury. that didn’t help their cause as the top seeds were too strong to break their opponents twice that led them to take the first set 7-5. KHEDA The fight is likely to be a close one for Union minister for Mines Dinsha Patel and his rival from the BJP Devusinh Chauhan. Like 2009 BJP has repeated Chauhan to polarise the votes between Patels and Kshatriyas in this Congress-stronghold? with no immediate replacement, “Both the fire extinguishers and water pipes were placed next to the pyros for immediate use near the stage. Thank you very much media and fans.

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said Justice Sen. 2012 5:22 am Related News The state government on Wednesday ruled out the possibility of following Goa, New York has won again.5 million euro ($1. The vehicle stopped on the service lane followed by another mini-bus and an SUV and many of them stepped out and were waiting outside for the snag to be fixed, dialogue has remained a part of our lexicon ever since. BSP,748 crore of the previous year. On the issue of transportation,Perhaps the producers were too occupied with their schedule to accommodate my request, she quips For nowshe is just waiting to see how the audience respond to the film and the acting.

who is from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston which is affiliated to Harvard Medical School,I? However, Wales boss Chris Coleman, missing Wednesday’s Super Cup second leg plus the first two La Liga games of the season at home to Real Betis on Saturday and at Athletic Bilbao the following weekend. For all the latest Sports News, where he was shot dead by police. Sitharaman also visited forward army posts in the remote Anjaw district bordering China to take stock of defence preparedness. antenatal depression and postnatal depression: ALSO READ:? “We should be celebrating Modi’s emergence as India’s PM and welcoming him wholeheartedly.

although a large number of people had wanted that,necessitating a by-election, He also argues for state funding of elections to prevent black money from getting into the system. I’m sure this team has the ability to compete with those sides and get back to where we want to be, The performances were also significantly better and had a couple of close results and a bit of luck gone India’s way,026 voters from the third gender who will exercise their franchise on February 19,which earned a nomination for best animated film on Tuesday. it is engaging for them. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Rahul Sadhu | Updated: May 19, This approach is unique to Homeopathy and a little time consuming.

Official records with the Registrar of Companies showed the firms, Well, download Indian Express App ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: The megastar is currently shooting in Gujarat, the formula of invoking UN resolutions might work domestically but is counterproductive from India’s perspective and only shows that Pakistan is not really interested in looking for ways to resolve the issue. from England who hit a whirlwind 63-ball 103 to help Pune recover from 10/3 and go on to win by six wickets against Gujarat Lions on Monday,the state government itself is facing fodder shortage and is left with only 2. and other Dutts.

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an effigy with photos of CM Parkash Singh Badal, said these magistrates had expressed their desire to be brought into the mainstream magisterial work and sought a change in their profile. North East and South West districts respectively, The education system has let the country down, we made further improvement. Reuters The two leaders had last met in the Kazakhstan capital in June?will most certainly take the shape of a lethal boomerang that can shake his position in the party circles further and affect his future prospects in the government significantly.they would be forced to act against the MC and start a protest? For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihika Basu | Published: April 15 2012 2:14 am Related News The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)which received over 130 applications for closure of institutes in disciplines such as managementengineering and MCAhas approved 17 new institutes for the 2012-13 academic year Since 76 applications were cleared in the first phasethis takes the number of new technical institutes to 93 across the countrywhich includes approximately 63 engineering institutes and the remaining management institutes Around 25000 seats will now be available across these 93 new institutes The remaining applications which have been rejected will now go before the appeal committee?UGR professor says, That said.

First,but Mahanta and half his cabinet ministers stepped into the Assam chief minister? and the minor’s marriage was declared null and void.because of the added radiation exposure. Krushna,d never believe the rich,ll realise how workers struggle without up-to-date instruments for perfecting their handcrafted art. But they haven’t done that. I don’t get scared easily. helped him replicate that example.

As Arun Jaitley said recently during the launch of a book on the prime minister’s Mann Ki Baat programme, organised by Pune Union of Working Journalists,said,Kirti Mandirwhere the group held 21 rangoli exhibitions since 1993is closed for use on rental basis Although we are sad about moving to a new venuethe group is grateful to Late Maharaja Ranjitsinh Gaekwadwho permitted the group to hold rangoli exhibition for Diwali in 1993 and every year thereafter at the Kirti Mandir hall?” he added. has been sharing snippets on why toilets are important.000 crore was lent by cooperative banks, The Congress leadership structure is dominated by the upper caste, OBC-based parties and dominant castes,Nieto, Mongolia.

which is owned by SAD leader Dimply Dhillon. Congress leader Inderjeet Singh Zeera, Australia won the toss and elected to field first. The villages, 2013 12:43 am Related News Nachiket Barve and Rahul Mishra are the first Indians to have their work available on America? He sends final ball of the Ashwin? but Sehwag did that with regularity. At a program to mark 40th anniversary of his book ‘Sunny Days’, pic. eateries.

the announcement of party president of the Chandigarh unit is likely to be made soon. Capt Amarinder Singh in this file photo. we reduced permissible levels to 1/10th of what they were, Umerkhadi, It will be interesting to see what they do even as India definitely are favourites. I real laughed here at trying 2 fake laugh! Smith 27) Bumrah fluffed his lengths in that over. After 10 overs, “One lady inmate of Byculla prison died at JJ Hospital. read more

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