Diesel Prices in Morocco Are Lower than Worldwide Average: Report

Rabat – A new report released on Monday by Global Petrol Prices ranks Morocco among countries where the price of diesel is below the worldwide average (US $0.92 per liter).The report noted that drivers pay on average $0.84 a liter for diesel in Morocco, which is considerably less than the price paid by drivers in Norway’s capital Oslo, at $1.59 a liter, placing Norway among the top three most expensive countries in the world for the said fuel.UK leads the list of world’s most expensive diesel at $1.67 a liter, followed by Israel ($1.60). According to the report, the average diesel price around the world is $0.92 per liter. Yet, there is a substantial difference in prices among the countries studied.As a general rule, wealthier countries have higher prices while underprivileged countries as well as those that produce and export oil, have significantly lower prices.Venezuela is considered the least expensive country in the world to fill up diesel, with $0.01 per liter. Venezuela’s government even subsidizes the fuel and therefore Venezuelans pay close to nothing to drive their vehicles.Libya has the lowest diesel price in the Arab World as it ranked second worldwide with $0.14 per liter, ahead of Saudi Arabia which ranked third with $0.16 per liter.Saudi Arabia is estimated to account for 20-25% of the world’s oil reserves, topping the charts It is also the highest exporter of oil. Kuwait, which has the world’s fifth largest oil reserves landed fourth with an average of $0.21 a liter. It is followed by Algeria, which despite its inexpensive diesel prices, with an average of $0.22 a liter, has suffered from fuel shortages in recent months as traffickers have been smuggling petrol to crisis-torn Libya.Qatar came fifth in the ranking, with an average of $0.26 per liter. The Middle Eastern country has the world’s largest per capita production and proven reserves of natural gas. read more

Experts prepare for UN conference on global warming

The conference in Bali, Indonesia, from 3 to 14 December seeks to determining future action on mitigation, adaptation, the global carbon market and financing responses to climate change for the period after the expiry of the Kyoto Protocol. That pact, appended to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), contains legally binding emission reduction targets through 2012. “The discussions in Vienna on possible future emission reduction commitments for industrialized countries, and on strengthened implementation of the UNFCCC, can form the main building blocks of a new climate change regime,” UNFCCC Executive Secretary Yvo de Boer said. “What I then hope Bali will agree on is a negotiating agenda over the next two years that will craft an effective, long-term post-2012 regime.” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who will convene a high-level meeting on the issue in New York on 24 September, has said a successor to the Kyoto Protocol must be ready for ratification three years before 2012 to allow time for countries to ratify it. The Vienna meeting from 27 to 31 August – the fourth ‘Workshop under the Dialogue on long-term cooperative action to address climate change by enhancing implementation of the Convention and the fourth ‘Session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments – involves all 191 Parties to the UNFCCC. The UNFCCC secretariat will present results from the analysis of existing and planned investment flows and finance schemes relevant to the development of effective and appropriate international response to climate change. “This analysis is significant because traditional investment needs to be redirected to more climate-friendly and climate-proof alternatives. Failure to achieve changes in investment and financial flows for mitigation will lead to higher emissions, more climate change impacts and larger financial needs for adaptation in the future,” Mr. de Boer said. The latest meetings follow a series of UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports showing unequivocal evidence that world is warming, almost certainly due to human activity, with potentially disastrous effects including more extreme temperatures, new wind patterns, worsening drought in some regions and heavier rainfall in others, melting glaciers and Arctic ice, and rising global average sea levels. 14 August 2007One thousand representatives from governments, business and industry, environmental organizations and research institutions will gather in Vienna at the end of this month to set the stage for a major United Nations conference in December on further reducing the greenhouse gases from human activity blamed for global warming. read more

UN grants 7 million to assist Kenyan victims of postelectoral violence

9 January 2008The United Nations has authorized $7 million from its Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to support relief efforts in the aftermath of the post-electoral violence that tore through Kenya last week resulting in the displacement of some 255,000 people. The United Nations has authorized $7 million from its Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to support relief efforts in the aftermath of the post-electoral violence that tore through Kenya last week resulting in the displacement of some 255,000 people. This initial allocation from the landmark Fund, designed to make resources available quickly for relief operations, will enable UN agencies on the ground to provide vital aid in the areas of food, health, shelter, water and sanitation to those affected by the violence, which reportedly has killed some 350 people, that erupted after President Mwai Kibaki was declared the winner in the recent election. UN agencies in the country have been working with the Kenya Red Cross Society, national and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and faith-based groups to address the most urgent needs. The humanitarian consequences of the post-electoral violence were “pretty severe,” not only terms of the number of people killed and injured but also in terms of people being displaced from their homes, the UN’s top aid official told reporters in New York. “The best estimate we have at the moment is an official Government figure of 255,000 people having been displaced from their homes in the course of that violence,” said Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator John Holmes. “We also estimated that up to 500,000 people altogether may be in need of some assistance over the next weeks and months,” he added, noting that one of the difficulties in assessing the scale of the problem is that people are still moving around, including a “steady trickle” of people crossing out of Kenya. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is continuing to monitor the situation in Uganda, where thousands of people from Kenya have taken refuge. The agency reports that some 3,400 people have so far been registered by the Ugandan Red Cross and more are continuing to arrive. Many of the refugees have camped in schools that are set to re-open for a new school year at the beginning of February, and UNHCR is working with the Ugandan Government to find alternative accommodations. The agency has also made available relief supplies for roughly 100,000 people in Kenya. Meanwhile, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said that, in a situation that is far more reminiscent of northern Uganda than Kenya, many people in different parts of the country are going to police stations to sleep for the night for fear of attack. “While they go to their homes or to work during the daytime they do not feel safe enough to sleep in their own beds at night,” UNICEF’s Sara Cameron told reporters in Nairobi, adding that about 1,000 people slept at Tigoni police station the other night. The agency is also very concerned about the impact of the recent crisis on Kenya’s children, at least 100,000 of whom are believed to have been displaced. “We know from experience in many countries that fear can have lasting damaging effects on children,” Ms. Cameron said, noting that effects include bedwetting, withdrawal, bad behaviour and difficulty concentrating at school. “We must expect and prepare to respond to the confusion that many children will feel because of this crisis.” She noted that with the right support children can quickly bounce back and recover from trauma. “The best news for children though will of course be an end to aggression and the brutal discrimination and prejudices which far too many have witnessed recently,” she added. With regard to the impact of the crisis on Kenya’s environment, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) today noted that the country’s transport system is not currently running at 100 per cent, which may be compromising waste collection. “The build up of wastes raises serious public health concerns as a result of increased levels of pests and risks to the local environment including river systems and water supplies as a result of leakages and the clogging of sewers,” UNEP spokesperson Nick Nuttall warned. The Nairobi-based agency is monitoring the environmental situation in the country. “While there is likely to be little or no significant environmental impact as a result of the current crisis, impacts on areas such as forests, wildlife and water quality cannot be ruled out if the situation persists and significant numbers of people remain displaced over the medium to long term,” he said. Mr. Nuttall warned that this damage “would in the end exacerbate the loss of livelihoods and the humanitarian situation.” read more

Voter registration for Sudanese referenda must start as soon as possible –

17 September 2010Sudan is woefully unprepared for the upcoming referenda on the possible independence for the southern region of Africa’s largest country and the Government has a duty to ensure that all people can vote free from fear or intimidation, a United Nations human rights expert said today. Mohamed Chande Othman, the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in the Sudan, also told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that a worrying deterioration of the human rights situation in the war-torn Darfur region exemplified the human rights crisis raging in the country.The 9 January referenda are the final stage of a 2005 peace accord that ended two decades of civil war between the south and the central Government. Inhabitants of southern Sudan will vote on whether to secede or remain united with the rest of the country, while residents of Abyei area in the centre of the country will vote on whether to retain Abyei’s special administrative status in the north or become part of southern Sudan.Mr. Othman said time was the biggest challenge and registration of voters must start as soon as possible, including identifying those who are eligible to vote to avoid post-referendum violence.Turning to human rights he said the institutions in Sudan were incomplete although some progress was made, for example, in establishing the national forum for human rights. The Council must urge the Government to set up the institutions and build up the culture of human rights, he added.Protection of civilians is an area on which the Council should focus. The biggest challenge to the protection of civilians, particularly in Darfur, is access by the UN. Technical assistance and capacity building for the promotion and protection of human rights must go in parallel with other issues, Mr. Othman declared.More needs to be done to bring to justice those who committed crimes and grave violations of human rights in Darfur, and those responsible for the recent killings of peacekeepers there, he added. read more

Stocks advance as Alcoa boosts optimism

The Toronto stock market held onto a small advance mid-morning Wednesday after resource giant Alcoa Inc. delivered a positive earnings report and outlook.The S&P/TSX composite index gained 12.18 points to 12,516.99, held back by another round of losses in the gold sector, while the TSX Venture Exchange climbed 5.77 points to 1,231.15 amid some major corporate dealmaking.Progress Energy awarded a $5-billion contract to TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) that will see the pipeline company design, build, own and operate the proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project. The project will carry gas from northeastern British Columbia to a proposed export facility near Prince Rupert.Progress, recently acquired by Malaysia’s state-owned energy company, plans to export liquefied natural gas from the port to markets in energy-hungry Asian markets. TransCanada shares climbed 73 cents to $47.98.The Canadian dollar was up 0.05 of a cent to 101.4 cents US amid data showing slightly fewer housing starts last month.Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reported that December starts came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 197,976. That was down slightly from 201,376 in November but still higher than the 195,000 that economists had expected.CMHC said the decline was due to fewer starts in rural areas of the country while Canadian urban starts remained stable.U.S. indexes were positive after Alcoa reported results after the close Tuesday, meeting expectations of quarterly earnings of six cents a share. Revenue of US$5.9 billion beat expectations by $300 million and Alcoa predicted a seven per cent increase in demand this year, slightly better than the six per cent increase in 2012.Alcoa is viewed as a bellwether for the overall economy since its products are used in everything from cars to aircraft to appliances. Its shares were off early highs, up four cents to US$9.14 in New York.The Dow Jones industrials gained 83.73 points to 13,412.58, the Nasdaq was up 17.14 points to 3,108.95 while the S&P 500 index was ahead 7.31 points to 1,464.46.In Canadian earnings news, Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR.B) says it had $235 million or 50 cents per share of net income in the three months ended Nov. 30. Revenue was $1.32 billion. The results beat consensus estimates compiled ahead of Shaw’s quarterly report, which was issued before shareholders of the cable, Internet and media company gather for their annual meeting in Calgary. Shaw shares gained seven cents to $22.61.Industrials led TSX advancers, up 0.55 per cent with Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) ahead seven cents to $3.93 while WestJet Airlines (TSX:WJA) climbed 22 cents to $20.54. Commodity prices were mixed.The energy component was ahead 0.2 per cent while February crude drifted 31 cents higher to US$93.46 a barrel ahead of the weekly U.S. inventory report. Data for the week ended Jan. 4 is expected to show a rise of 1.5 million barrels for crude oil and an increase of 2.6 million barrels in gasoline stocks, according to a survey of analysts by Platts, the energy information arm of McGraw-Hill Cos. The Energy Department’s Energy Information Administration releases its crude inventories report later Wednesday.Talisman Energy (TSX:TLM) advanced 18 cents to $11.94 and Imperial Oil (TSX:IMO) advanced 31 cents to $43.54.The metals and mining sector was also up about 0.2 per cent while March copper on the New York Mercantile Exchange gained three cents to US$3.70 a pound. Turquoise Hill Resources (TSX:TRQ) gained 14 cents to C$9.01.First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM) is sending its takeover offer for Inmet Mining Corp. (TSX:IMN) directly to the copper miner‘s shareholders. First Quantum said last month that it had increased its offer of $72 per Inmet share, half in cash, half in stock, for a total offer worth about $5.1 billion.Inmet’s board rejected the initial $4.9 billion stock and cash offer in November. At the time, Inmet said the “highly conditional offer” was not in the best interest of its shareholders. First Quantum dipped 30 cents to $21.24 while Inmet gained 57 cents to $72.82.The gold sector was down 0.6 per cent while February bullion lost $4.50 to US$1,657.70 an ounce. Kinross Gold (TSX:K) faded 10 cents to C$9.29 and Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) declined 55 cents to $35.26.Bullion and gold stocks have suffered in recent days because of uncertainty about whether the U.S. Federal Reserve might end its stimulus program of bond buying in the second half of 2013.Minutes from the Fed’s latest policy meeting showed a split over how long to continue the purchases amid concerns that they could destabilize the economy. The bond buying, known as quantitative easing, has supported bullion prices because of worries the program would drive inflation higher.European bourses were higher with London’s FTSE 100 index up 0.95 per cent. Germany’s DAX added 0.44 per cent after official figures showed industrial production rose less than expected in November. The 0.2 per cent gain was also not enough to offset a two per cent fall the previous month and means economic output in Europe’s largest economy overall likely fell in the fourth quarter. The Paris CAC 40 climbed 0.3 per cent. read more

New ordeal for Southern Rail passengers as ceiling collapses inside train carriage

first_imgRoof that fell down has a carriage to itself this morning #southernfail #London pic.twitter.com/Xn5rFF5Fab— Ian (@planespotterlhr) August 18, 2016 @CroydonAd this happened on the 8.03am train from Coulsdon Town. Just fell down on route. Southern Rail shambles pic.twitter.com/uYDsPbxIg5— Susan Wilson (@Suepersonic) August 18, 2016 A Southern spokesman said: “Reports have been received of a ceiling panel dislodging in one of the carriages on the 7.45am Southern service from Tattenham Corner to Victoria.”Southern staff at East Croydon station boarded the train to attend to passengers and it was reported at the time that there were no injuries.”The cause of this incident is currently unknown and will be investigated fully. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. It is the latest problem to hit Southern services, which have suffered delays and cancellations for months because of a dispute over changes to the role of conductors and staff shortages – blamed by the company on high levels of employee sickness. #southernfail Internals of the train fell down whilst going to #London #southernrail pic.twitter.com/UcQ7QyX5kA— Ian (@planespotterlhr) August 18, 2016center_img Wendy Butler, a public relations manager, was in the carriage when the ceiling collapsed and claimed people could have been killed.The 36-year-old said: “I was minding my own business and suddenly heard a bit of commotion on the other side of the carriage and realised part of the train had fallen down.”People were actually quite calm. Lots of very nice men leapt up and moved the piece of metal.”It could’ve been a lot worse. Some of the people could have died if they had been under that.”She added: “It’s just one thing after another with Southern. It’s just relentless, it’s just beyond ridiculous and excuse after excuse, whether it’s rain or leaves on the line. It seems they are cursed at the moment.” The incident happened at about 8.25am on the train from Tattenham Corner to London Victoria, between Purley Oaks and South Croydon in south London.Southern said it is not yet known why the panel collapsed, leaving the ceiling exposed, but said the cause would be “investigated fully”.Kate Baxter, who was on board the train, posted photographs on Twitter that showed a large section of the ceiling on the floor of the carriage.She wrote: “Southern Rail trains are literally falling apart, right on top of us! Thankfully no-one hurt, just shaken.” Rail passengers were given a shock when a large ceiling panel collapsed inside their carriage.The metal sheet dislodged from the roof of the train and crashed to the floor next to commuters on Thursday morning.Passengers were left shaken, but are believed to have avoided injury on the service operated by embattled rail company Southern. So @SouthernRailUK trains are *literally* falling apart, right on top of us! 😳 Thankfully no-one hurt, just shaken. pic.twitter.com/dzl54tvhzs— Kate Baxter (@fabricofmylife) August 18, 2016last_img read more

Improving productivity and reducing costs at Vale Incos Voisey Bay operation

first_imgABB has won a renewal from Vale Inco Newfoundland & Labrador for all maintenance-related activities covering plant production equipment at its Voisey’s Bay facility in Canada. The aim is to improve productivity and reduce costs. Since the agreement commenced, it has helped Vale Inco achieve the fastest ramp-up of all the company’s greenfield sites in 2005; attain all-time production levels in 2006; achieve 1,000 days with no lost time due to injury in 2007; and reach the highest tonnes-per-day production in 2008.ABB will continue its partnership with Iskueteu, an aboriginal company providing operations support, to fulfil the agreement. “ABB Full Service agreements help turn maintenance departments into profit centres,” said Magnus Pousette, head of ABB Reliability Services North America. “By bringing proven best reliability practices to our customers, we add new value to their bottom line while they focus on their core business.”Vale Inco, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vale of Brazil, is a leading producer of nickel, copper, cobalt and precious metals, based in Toronto, Canada. With over 100,000 employees worldwide, Vale is the second largest mining company in the world, with a market capitalisation of more than $125 billion.last_img read more

False claim by WHO

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A number of major news sources (among them Russian Television, Fox Business News, Sky News, New Scientist and the Daily Mail) are reporting a shocking finding published in a recently released WHO (World Health Organization) report. The report claims that over half of new HIV infections in Greece are the result of individuals self-infecting themselves with the virus in order to qualify for a state benefit worth 700 euros a month. “HIV rates and heroin use have risen significantly, with about half of new HIV infections being self-inflicted to enable people to receive benefits of €700 per month and faster admission on to drug substitution programmes.” – stated the final report entitled “Review of social determinants and the health divide in the WHO European Region”. However, as pointed out by the website mediamatters.org, the study cited in the WHO as the source for the figure actually makes no such claim. Specifically the figure in the WHO report supposedly comes from a 2011 study published in the renowned British Medical Journal Lancet. While this paper does note a significant increase in HIV infection rates in recent years, it attributes this largely to increases in prostitution rates and rates of unsafe sex among high-risk groups. Cases of individuals ‘self infecting’ are only limited to a ‘few individuals’: Specifically, the Lancet study claims that “The latest data suggest that new infections will rise by 52% in 2011 compared with 2010 (922 new cases versus 605), with half of the currently observed increases attributable to infections among intravenous drug users. …Many new HIV infections are also linked to an increase in prostitution (and associated unsafe sex).22 An authoritative report described accounts of deliberate self-infection by a few individuals to obtain access to benefits of €700 per month and faster admission onto drug substitution programmes.” The Lancet study under the title: “Health effects of financial crisis: omens of a Greek tragedy”, was published in September 2011. How the WHO arrived at the “half of new HIV infections being self-inflicted” is anyone’s guess and the organisation is likely to come under serious criticism for publishing such a misleading claim as fact. As a result of this, the erroneous fact is being repeated across the internet at breakneck speed, adding to the narrative that Greece is full of benefit cheats who will stop at nothing to scam the system. The World Health Organisation responding to a written question from the Greek news site The Press Project International has admitted its error by saying: “WHO wishes to point out that the statement in the report “Review of social determinants and the health divide in the WHO Europe Region” is the consequence of an error in the editing phase of the document. The original source for the statement is a correspondence published in the Lancet by Alexander Kentikelenis and colleagues in September 2011. WHO recognizes that there is no evidence suggesting that “deliberate self-infection with HIV” goes beyond few, anecdotal cases.” Source: thepressproject.netlast_img read more

Maduro rival Guaido claims Venezuela presidency with US backing

first_imgJuan Guaido, President of Venezuela`s National Assembly, holds a copy of Venezuelan constitution during a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro`s government and to commemorate the 61st anniversary of the end of the dictatorship of Marcos Perez Jimenez in Caracas, Venezuela 23 January 2019. Photo: ReutersVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president on Wednesday, winning the backing of Washington and many Latin American nations and prompting socialist Nicolas Maduro, who has led the oil-rich nation since 2013, to break relations with the United States.US president Donald Trump formally recognized Guaido shortly after his announcement and praised his plan to hold elections. That was swiftly followed by similar statements from Canada and a slew of right-leaning Latin American governments, including Venezuela’s neighbours Brazil and Colombia.At a rally in the east of the capital Caracas that drew hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans, Guaido accused Maduro of usurping power. He promised to create a transitional government that would help the country escape its hyperinflationary economic collapse.”I swear to assume all the powers of the presidency to secure an end to the usurpation,” 35-year old Guaido, the head of the opposition-run congress, told an exuberant crowd.Guaido’s declaration takes Venezuela into uncharted territory, with the possibility of the opposition now running a parallel government recognized abroad as legitimate but without control over state functions.In a televised broadcast from the presidential palace, Maduro accused the opposition of seeking to stage a coup with the support of the United States, which he said was seeking to govern Venezuela from Washington.”We’ve had enough interventionism, here we have dignity, damn it! Here is a people willing to defend this land,” said Maduro, flanked by top Socialist Party leaders.Any change of government will rest on a shift in allegiance within the armed forces. So far, they have stood by Maduro through two waves of street protests and a steady dismantling of democratic institutions.US secretary of state Mike Pompeo called on the Venezuelan military to protect “the welfare and well-being of all Venezuelan citizens,” along with US citizens in Venezuela. Pompeo said the United States would take “appropriate actions” against anyone who endangered the safety of US personnel.The United States would conduct its diplomatic relations with Venezuela through “the government of interim President Guaido,” he said.Defence minister Vladimir Padrino said on Wednesday that the armed forces did not recognize a self-proclaimed president “imposed by shadowy interests … outside the law.” Military top brass indicated their continued support for Maduro in tweets.Broken StatueIn a potent symbol of Venezuelan anger, demonstrators in the southern city of Puerto Ordaz on Tuesday toppled a statue of late socialist leader Hugo Chavez. They broke the statue in half and dangled part of it from a bridge.Maduro took power in 2013 after his mentor Chavez died. As the oil price sank and revenues dried up, the social welfare programs designed by Chavez faltered. Venezuela spiralled into its worst-ever economic crisis, with hyperinflation forecast to reach 10 million per cent this year.But Maduro nevertheless started a second term on 10 January, following a widely-boycotted election last year that many foreign governments described as a sham.In the Chacao district of eastern Caracas, a traditional opposition bastion, a dozen protesters spoke of a renewed confidence in dislodging Maduro and predicted a new wave of demonstrations.Many said they had protested in previous years but had lost hope as Maduro tightened his grip on power. Some 3 million Venezuelans have fled abroad over the past five years to escape widespread shortages of food and medicine.”The struggle will be long,” said Ciro Cirino on Altamira plaza, minutes after police on motorbikes charged a crowd of several thousand protesters, firing tear gas to disperse them.”The police push us back – once, twice, three times – and we keep going back. We are going to be here until there is a change,” said Cirino, a 35-year-old computer programmer.Venezuela’s constitution says if the presidency is determined to be vacant, new elections should be called in 30 days and that the head of the congress should assume the presidency in the meantime.However, the pro-government Supreme Court has ruled that all actions taken by the National Assembly congress are null and void and the government has jailed dozens of opposition leaders and activists for seeking to overthrow Maduro through violent street demonstrations in 2014 and 2017.As pressure mounts on Maduro both internally and externally, the Trump administration is considering sanctions on Venezuelan oil as soon as this week, according to sources.The South American OPEC country has the largest crude reserves in the world and is a major supplier to US refiners, though the output is hovering near 70-year lows and reaction in the oil markets was muted on Wednesday.Local bonds rebounded, with Venezuela’s benchmark 2027 bond trading above 31 cents on the dollar for the first time since May 2018.Eight people have so far died across Venezuela in clashes with police this week and authorities have arrested 59 people since Monday, according to local officials and rights groups.On Caracas’ streets on Wednesday, protesters wielding rocks and clubs clashed with police, according to Reuters witnesses.”We’re hungry. Look how skinny I am: there’s no food in my house,” said one young man in Chacao, holding a molotov cocktail. He declined to give his name. “We have to get rid of Maduro.”last_img

Population of onehorned rhinos in Jaldapara Gorumara goes up

first_imgKolkata: The population of one-horned rhinoceros in Jaldapara and Gorumara in North Bengal has gone up.The latest census report of the rhinos was released by state Forest minister Bratya Basu in presence of senior officials of his department on Monday at Sukna in Siliguri. The total count of the animals stands at 291. According to the report, the count has gone up in both the forests in North Bengal in comparison to the last census, the report of which was released in the year 2015. The rhino population in Gorumara has increased from 49 to 52 while that in Jaldapara has risen from 204 to 239 . Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata The findings have come from a recent survey carried out by the department in the two national parks in the state in February . ” This is for the first time when apart from direct sighting we have collected the dung of the animal to estimate the population. Both the reports have been tallied and the census report was released accordingly,” said a senior official of state Forest department. Samples have also been sent for DNA analysis in Hyderabad for ascertaining the correct figure of the male and female rhinos in the two national parks. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in state”Apart from our officials, adequate number of forest guards, 18 pet elephants were involved in the count. There were some NGOs too as observers during the census process,” the official added. The increase in population is a clear indication that steps like improvement in habitat and prevention of poaching has augured well. However there are still some sporadic incidents of poaching. “Three such incidents of rhino poaching were reported last year. We are taking stromn measures to prevent such incident,” said Ravi Kant Sinha, state Chief Wildlife Warden. It may be mentioned that the state Forest department has already started work for developing the third habitat for rhinoceros at Patlakhawa in North Bengal. The third home for the one horned rhino is being developed for balancing the rhino population that have increased by both at Jaldapara and Gorumara National Park in North Bengal. The Patlakhawa forest has a large wetland and was once a game reserve of the Koch dynasty that had ruled Cooch Behar. The department is presently developing the infrastructure of Patlakhaw that includes boundary of the habitat, grassland improvement watch towers, deployment of security staff, construction of staff quarters and training of staff. Bengal has the second highest population of rhinoceros after Assam.last_img read more

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first_img4. Ravens at Falcons (-1) – Colin is rolling with the Falcons laying a point at home against the Ravens in Lamar Jackson’s first career road start. Atlanta has been Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at home versus on the road this season. They’re  3-3 at home (1-4 on the road), averaging 30.0 PPG, (20.0 PPG road), 423.0 Total YPG (372.4 road), and converting 56.0% of their third downs (42.3% road) in the A-T-L.Matt Ryan leads NFL in passing yards this season (3,683) and will move the ball at will against a Baltimore D that has only managed 8 takeaways this season (T-2nd fewest in NFL). Falcons get the win and cover the 1, 28-23. Colin took a Turkey Day pounding with his Week 12 Blazin’ 5 picks, going 1-4 for his first losing week of the year  – and dropping him to 33-25-2 on the season – but he’s ready to make it rain in Week 13 with one of his favorite slates of games of the year.Here are Colin’s Week 13 Blazin’ 5 plays:Browns at Texans (-6) – Colin likes the Texans as 6-point home favorites against Baker Mayfield and the upstart Browns who are 1-4 on the road this year. Houston is the first team in NFL history to win 8-straight after an 0-3 start and are averaging 26.8 PPG, while only allowing 18.5 PPG with a +6 turnover differential during their streak. Their 4th ranked rushing offense (136.5 Rush YPG) should run it all over the Browns 28th ranked rush D (132.0 YPG allowed). Cleveland’s defense has also allowed the most big plays (10+ yard run, 20+ yard pass) of any team in the league (94).Baker has lit up sub par defenses (Chiefs, Falcons and Bengals) over the last three weeks, but J.J. Watt has at least 1 sack in 4 straight games (T-2nd in NFL with 11.5 sacks) and should make Baker uncomfortable, along with Jadeveon Clowney. Texans win and cover here, 27-17. 2. Bears at Giants (+4.5) – Colin is taking the Giants as 4.5-point home dogs against the Bears with backup Chase Daniel getting the start for the second straight week (4th career start) for the injured Mitchell Trubisky. The Giants have bounced back after a brutal start to the year by winning  2 of their last 3 games with their only loss coming on a last second field goal to the Eagles, last week.  Also, each of New York’s last 5 games have been decided by 7 or fewer points.Offensively,  Saquon Barkley leads the NFL with 10 games of 100+ scrimmage yards this season, and should be able to keep the clock moving and shorten the game significantly. Chicago gets the win, but the Giants cover, 21-20. 3. Colts (-4) at Jags – Colin is all-aboard the Andrew Luck comeback train and will take Indy as 4-point road favorites over the struggling Jags. Red-hot Indy enters the game on a 5-game winning streak, while Jacksonville comes in having lost 7 in a row. After a 1-5 start, the Colts are averaging 34.6 PPG, while allowing only 18.6 PPG with a +6 turnover differential during their 5-game win streak. Andrew Luck has thrown at least 3 TD passes in 8 straight games (T-2nd longest streak in NFL history), and Indy is converting a league high 50.7% on 3rd down.Cody Kessler will make his first start since 2016 (0-8 in career as starter with Browns) for Jacksonville. Fournette had surpassed 100+ scrimmage yards in each of last 3 games, but is suspended for his role in a fight against the Bills. The Colts are hot, the Jags are not. Indy wins and covers the 4, 30-20.center_img Advertisement 5. Vikings (+5) at Patriots – Give Colin Kirk cousins and the Vikings D as 5-point dogs on the road in Foxboro against the Pats. Mike Zimmer’s defense ranks 1st in 3rd Down % allowed (27.6) and Red Zone TD % Allowed (43). They’re also only allowing 314.7 YPG (3rd NFL) and have racked up 36 Sacks (T-3rd).Captain Kirk is coming off an impressive 342 yard, 3 TD, 0 INT performance against the Packers, last week, and should have another big game against a New England pass defense that’s allowing 270 Pass YPG (25th in NFL) to opposing QB’s. Adam Thielen leads the NFL in receptions (93) and also looks to be in line for another big game. The Patriots only have 17 Sacks on the season (3rd fewest NFL), so Cousins should have all day to pick Belichick apart. Pats win, but Minnesota covers, 30-28.Make sure you download and subscribe to Colin’s Blazin’ 5 Podcast with RJ Bell at TheHerdNow.com,iHeart Radio, Google Play, or iTunes to find out what the wiseguys say about his Week 9 picks. Don’t miss it!🚨 Blazin’ 5 is 33-25-2 through Week 12🚨@ColinCowherd makes his Week 13 picks ⬇⬇ pic.twitter.com/h3o3yMgok4— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) November 30, 2018last_img read more

Civil rights groups urge court to accept appeal of man who may

first_imgThe mugshot of Charles Rhines, a gay man sentenced to death after the jury thought he’d ‘enjoy’ prison Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Charles Rhines, a gay man from South Dakota, was convicted in the 1992 stabbing death of a donut shop worker. But instead of facing a long prison sentence, the jury gave him the death penalty. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Their reason? Since he’s gay, he would ‘enjoy’ prison too much.In June, Rhines attempted to appeal this sentence. Despite three of the jurors admitting their homophobic biases, the court refused to hear his appeal.Enter Civil Rights groupsNow, six civil rights groups, including the ACLU and Lambda Legal, are urging the 8th Court Circuit to accept his appeal.According to the court filing, new evidence ‘suggests that at least some members of the jury accepted the notion that life in prison without parole would be fun for a gay person – so much so that they felt it was necessary to impose the death penalty instead. In other words, significant evidence suggests that the jury may have sentenced Mr. Rhines to death based not on the facts of his case, but because he is gay.’‘Mr. Rhines’s case represents one of the most extreme forms anti-LGBT bias can take. Evidence suggests that he has been on death row for the past 25 years because he is a gay man. The constitutional right to a fair trial must include the right to establish whether a verdict or sentence was imposed due to jury bias,’ said Lambda Legal Fair Courts Project Attorney Ethan Rice.center_img ’Lambda Legal is proud to work with the ACLU, the ACLU of South Dakota, GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders, National Center for Lesbian Rights, and the National LGBT Bar Association to provide important information to the Eighth Circuit on the history of bias against LGBT people and how that bias impacts LGBT rights in the criminal legal system.’Why it mattersThe brief of these documents refer to America’s long and troubling history of anti-LGBTI discrimination.‘Well into the twentieth century, gay people were “prohibited from most government employment, barred from military service, excluded under immigration laws, targeted by police, and burdened in their rights to associate,”’ the 5th page of the Amici Brief reads.In the 2017 case of Peña-Rodriguez v. Colorado, the United States Supreme Court held that states ‘must consider evidence that jurors relied on racial stereotypes or animus to convict a defendant in a non-capital case.’Attorneys for Rhines argue the principles underlying the Peña-Rodriguez v. Colorado case also apply to anti-gay bias.‘The Eighth Circuit should allow Mr. Rhines the opportunity to present evidence that anti-gay bias was a factor in some jurors’ decisions to sentence him to death,’ his lawyers say. ‘The need for review is especially compelling because the anti-gay bias in Mr. Rhines’s case may have made the difference between life and death.’Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Gay man given death penalty after jurors claim he would ‘enjoy’ male prisonMan who killed his friend uses ‘gay panic defence’ to have his sentence reducedCourt ruling: LGBTQ people are not born that wayRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/charles-rhines-death-penalty-appeal/ GAYSTARNEWS-last_img read more

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first_imgMan accused of defrauding comic book icon appears in court by The Associated Press Posted May 26, 2019 12:46 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img PHOENIX — A former business manager of the late comic book legend Stan Lee has had his initial court appearance in Arizona, where he was arrested after fleeing California charges of fiduciary elder abuse.Keya Morgan appeared Sunday in Maricopa County Superior Court on a charge of being a fugitive of justice.Court documents show Los Angeles police alerted authorities in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale that Morgan’s cellphone was being used in north Scottsdale.Police say the 43-year-old Morgan was found in a house with his mother and arrested without incident.It’s unclear when Morgan will be extradited to California, where he’s facing felony charges including theft, embezzlement, forgery or fraud against an elder adult, and false imprisonment of an elder adult.Lee died in November at the age of 95.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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