Aurora Cannabis ramping up production but recreational pot shortages to linger

first_imgTORONTO – Aurora Cannabis saw “strong demand” for recreational pot during the initial few weeks of legalization in Canada and it expects consumer appetite to continue to outstrip supply for “some time.”The Edmonton-based pot producer was able to meet “just about all” of its supply obligations leading up to and after pot for adult use was legalized on Oct. 17, but it will take time to ramp up its cannabis production in the coming quarters, said Cam Battley, Aurora’s chief corporate officer.“We’ve heard the discomfort of provinces who across the board have not been able to achieve sufficient supply,” he told a conference call with financial analysts discussing the company’s latest financial results.“We, we think, have done better than other companies, our peers. We will be ramping up, we will be able to pick up some of the slack soon. But we can’t do that immediately.”The cannabis producer’s comments came as it reported its results for the three months ended Sept. 30. During the first quarter of its 2019 financial year it delivered revenues of $29.7 million, more than triple the $8.2 million during the same period last year. It also posted a profit of $104.2 million, up from nearly $3.6 million a year ago, boosted by an unrealized non-cash gain on derivatives and marketable securities.The average net selling price was $9.19 per gram in the quarter, up 12 per cent compared with a year ago, boosted by an increase in cannabis extracts sold.Analyzing the performance of marijuana companies is difficult because of accounting rules used in the agriculture industry that require companies to put a value on their pot plants before they are harvested, and approaches differ between producers on how to apply these guidelines.With the legalization of recreational cannabis on Oct. 17 — making Canada the second country in the world after Uruguay to do so — the market for pot has opened up.The roll-out of adult pot use in Canada has been plagued with problems including product shortages in many markets, as demand has outstripped supply. Some government entities tasked with the sales and distribution of recreational cannabis in various provinces have said they are receiving less product than expected and have warned the shortages could last for months.Aurora’s results did not encompass recreational cannabis sales post-legalization, but management did provide some initial insights into how the roll-out has gone.Although not all provinces and territories were providing cannabis sales details, Aurora said the adult use market for the company has been a “success” thus far, with its products ranking among the top selling products and brands in many of the provinces the it committed to supplying.Aurora brands accounted for roughly 30 per cent of the total market supplied through the Ontario Cannabis Store, while it also had the top four best-selling dried flower products in British Columbia, the company said.Martin Landry, an analyst with GMP Securities, said it was a larger market share than was expected for the company, particularly in Ontario.“We were pleasantly surprised by the traction their products are getting in the retail market,” he said.Alcanna Inc., which operates five Nova Cannabis stores in Alberta and in which Aurora has a 25 per cent stake, saw $3.7 million in sales during the first 19 days, Battley said Monday.Aurora noted the revenue for its latest quarter included about $600,000 from its initial shipments received by provinces in the final days of September ahead of the legalization.The company added that during the three months ending Sept. 30 and subsequently the company has made “significant progress towards increasing its production capacity, including receipt of various sales and production licenses.”For example, in September, it received its production license from Health Canada for its Aurora Eau facility in Lachute, Que., and opened its doors on Nov. 5.Aurora is aiming to ramp up production from an annualized run rate of 70,000 kilograms to 150,000 kilograms.The cannabis producer could sell every gram it produces between now and June into the adult use market, said chief executive Terry Booth, citing the assessment of the company’s production team.“We are tempering it, we are meeting our commitments. And when we have extra supply, which we will… We will allow that for sale in the adult usage market. Remember that the medical market and the European market can fetch us more dough, full stop,” he told analysts.The company’s focus remains the international medical market, particularly in the EU, Booth said.“The future is bright for the medical cannabis system and we’re a medical cannabis company globally… This adult usage is just small sliver of a very big piece of pie.”Companies in this story: (TSX:ACB)last_img read more

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Anurag to present Taapsee’s ‘Game Over’ in Hindi

first_imgChennai: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has come on board to present the Hindi version of the Tamil-Telugu film “Game Over”, starring Taapsee Pannu “I am very kicked about presenting this game-changing film in Hindi. This film proves yet again that the quality of filmmaking from south is just outstanding and it’s great to see how Ashwin Saravanan (director) has pushed the boundaries and has made a genre-bending film, something that we all have never seen before,” Kashyap said in a statement. Also Read – ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ has James Cameron’s fingerprints all over it: Arnold Schwarzenegger The film marks Taapsee’s return to the Tamil film industry. She had earlier featured in “Aadukalam” and “Vandhaan Vendraan”. The upcoming film is a thriller that unfolds inside a house. “For whatever little trust I have built in my audience for my choice of films. I am very confident that I will strengthen the belief further with ‘Game Over’,” she said. The film is being produced by Y NOT Studios and Reliance Entertainment. Shibasish Sarkar, Group CEO, Reliance Entertainment said: “Top notch film-making coupled with Taapsee Pannu’s pan-Indian stature, and Anurag Kashyap coming on board to give the right amount of fine-tuning and creative intervention it requires to suit the Hindi audience, is just the perfect thing to be happening to ‘Game Over’.” Also Read – Salman pays tribute to Vinod Khanna on ‘Dabangg 3’ wrap up S. Sashikanth of Y NOT Studios added: “When we thought about extending this experience to a wider audience, we decided to make this in Hindi as well, and Anurag Kashyap absolutely had to be the person to mentor this project in Hindi.” “Game Over” will be Saravanan’s third film. He made his directorial debut with Nayanthara-starrer 2015 Tamil paranormal thriller “Maya”. His second film “Iravaakaalam”, starring SJ Suryah, will release soon.last_img read more

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Boom in electric scooters leads to more injuries, fatalities

Andrew Hardy was crossing the street on an electric scooter in downtown Los Angeles when a car struck him at 50 miles per hour and flung him 15 feet in the air before he smacked his head on the pavement and fell unconscious.The 26-year-old snapped two bones in each leg, broke a thighbone, shattered a kneecap, punctured a lung and fractured three vertebrae in his neck, in addition to sustaining a head injury.“My brother thought I was dead,” said Hardy, who wasn’t wearing a helmet.Doctors told Hardy he’d likely be paralyzed for life. Five months later, he has learned to walk again. But he says he’ll never ride another scooter.“These scooters should not be available to the public,” Hardy said. “Those things are like a death wish.”As stand-up electric scooters have rolled into more than 100 cities worldwide, many of the people riding them are ending up in the emergency room with serious injuries. Others have been killed. There are no comprehensive statistics available but a rough count by The Associated Press of media reports turned up at least 11 electric scooter rider deaths in the U.S. since the beginning of 2018. Nine were on rented scooters and two on ones the victims owned.With summer fast approaching, the numbers will undoubtedly grow as more riders take to the streets. Despite the risks, demand for the two-wheeled scooters continues to soar, popularized by companies like Lime and Bird. In the U.S. alone, riders took 38.5 million trips on rentable scooters in 2018, according to the National Association of City Transportation Officials.Riders adore the free-flying feel of the scooters that have a base the size of a skateboard and can rev up to 15 miles per hour. They’re also cheap and convenient, costing about $1 to unlock with a smartphone app and about 15 cents per minute to ride. And in many cities, they can be dropped off just about anywhere after a rider reaches their destination.But pedestrians and motorists scorn the scooters as a nuisance at best and a danger at worst.Cities, meanwhile, can hardly keep up. In many cases, scooter-sharing companies dropped them onto sidewalks overnight without warning.Regulations vary from place to place. In New York and the U.K., electric scooters are illegal on public roads and sidewalks, even though riders routinely flout the law. Last week in the Swedish city of Helsingborg, a rider was struck and killed by a car just one day after scooters were introduced there, leading to immediate calls for a ban. And in Nashville, Tennessee, where another rider was killed, the city’s mayor warned scooter operators they had 30 days to clean up their act or he would propose a ban.Fed up with the thousands of scooters flooding Paris streets, Mayor Anne Hidalgo announced new regulations Thursday limiting the number of scooter operators and imposing a 5 mile-per-hour speed limit in areas with heavy foot traffic. The city has already imposed a 135 euro ($150) fine on anyone who rides scooters on sidewalks.Isabelle Albertin, a pianist at Paris’ famed Opera Garnier, suffered a double fracture of her right arm after she was run down by an electric scooter on May 17. She is suing the city and has started an organization to push for a ban.“On the sidewalks of Paris, it’s a total madhouse. We pedestrians are totally insecure,” she told Le Parisien newspaper.Data on injuries or fatalities linked to scooters is hard to come by because the industry is so new. In Austin, Texas, public health officials working with the Centers for Disease Control counted 192 scooter-related injuries in three months in 2018. Nearly half were head injuries, including 15% that were traumatic brain injuries like concussions and bleeding of the brain. Less than 1% of the injured riders wore a helmet.Bird, one of the largest scooter-sharing companies, dropped its scooters on the streets of Santa Monica, California, in September 2017 and within a few months riders were showing up at the emergency room, according to Dr. Tarak Trivedi, an emergency room physician in Los Angeles and co-author of one of the first peer-reviewed studies of scooter injuries. The following year, Trivedi and his colleagues counted 249 scooter injuries, and more than 40% were head injuries. Just 4% were wearing a helmet.“I don’t think our roads are ready for this,” Trivedi said.Bird and Lime both recommend that riders wear helmets, and they’ve handed out tens of thousands for free. But last year, Bird successfully fought a California proposal that would have required helmets for adults, maintaining that scooters should follow the same laws as electric bikes that don’t require adult helmets.Bird says helmet requirements are off-putting to riders and could lead to fewer scooters on the road. Almost counterintuitively, the company argues that it’s better to have more riders than less because it forces drivers to pay attention to them.“There’s a safety in numbers effect, where the motorists know that there’s people out on the street, so they act accordingly,” said Paul Steely White, director of safety policy and advocacy for Bird.Getting people to wear helmets is a challenge. Riders don’t want exposure to lice or germs that could be found in shared helmets, and many make a spontaneous decision to scoot while they’re already out and about.That was the case when Drew Howerton, 19, hopped on a Lime scooter on a whim last October in Austin. He recalls signing a waiver that said he should wear a helmet, but he didn’t have one on him.“I didn’t show up in Austin thinking I’m going to ride a scooter today, better bring my helmet,” Howerton said.Scooter-sharing companies generally restrict riding to those 18 years and up, but some children, or their parents, have found ways around that. A 5-year-old boy died in Oklahoma after he fell from a scooter he was riding on with his mother and was struck by a car.Bird and Lime are taking steps to try to make scooters safer. After observing that scooter-related fatalities often occur after midnight when riders may have been drinking, Bird ceased operations after midnight. Lime halts rentals overnight in some markets but in most its scooters are available all night.Lime has also been updating the design of its scooters, with a broader wheel base and better suspension and braking; Bird is including more durable brakes and reinforced hardware to prevent failures.Both companies have been pushing cities for more bike lanes and better infrastructure as their riders navigate roads and traffic under conditions that were designed for cars and trucks.“The reality is, cars continue to kill more people annually than any other mode of transportation,” Lime said in a statement. “We must address this issue together with cities, get people out of their vehicles, and build cities that put people first, with smarter infrastructure to protect riders.”For Howerton, his first experience with a scooter left him scarred. Even though he read the warning not to ride downhill, he did it anyway since hills are hard to avoid in Austin. When he tried to brake, he flew off the scooter and hit his head on the pavement, blood gushing into his eyes.“These companies, for the large part, they show up in cities and they just kind of dump these rideshare devices,” Howerton said. “They tout them as this really cool, innovative, public transportation thing that’s cheap and affordable and yeah it is, but they’re dangerous and they don’t think about the potential health consequences.”___Bussewitz reported from New York and Morris from Raleigh, North Carolina. Associated Press writer Lori Hinnant in Paris and AP researcher Jennifer Farrar in New York contributed to this report.Cathy Bussewitz And Amanda Morris, The Associated Press read more

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Ban welcomes decision to postpone Iraqi payments into fund set up after

“Noting the extraordinarily difficult security circumstances in Iraq and the unusual budgetary challenges associated with confronting this issue,” the Governing Council of the UN Compensation Commission (UNCC) on Thursday decided to postpone Iraq’s obligation to deposit 5 percent of oil proceeds and 5 percent of the value of any non-monetary payments to service providers into the so-called Compensation Fund until 1 January 2016. This session was held in response to a request from the Government of Iraq that the Governing Council agree to a temporary postponement of the requirement under Security Council resolution 1956 (2010), according to a press release issued by the Commission.The Commission was created in 1991 as a subsidiary organ of the UN Security Council with a mandate to process claims and pay compensation for losses and damage suffered as a direct result of Iraq’s unlawful invasion and occupation of Kuwait.Secretary-General Ban welcomed the decision and noted that he was “particularly grateful” to the Government of Kuwait for its support in accepting the Iraqi request.“The Secretary-General expresses his strong solidarity with the Government and the people of Iraq who are currently facing a severe security and humanitarian crisis,” according to a statement issued through his Spokesman. “The Secretary-General encourages the international community, including countries in the region, to further expand cooperation and support to Iraq at this challenging time.”The Compensation Commission has received approximately 2.7 million claims. The total asserted value of these claims (i.e., the amount sought by the claimants) amounts to approximately $352.5 billion. Ninety-seven Governments filed claims on behalf of their nationals, corporations and themselves, as well as 13 offices of three international organizations, which filed claims on behalf of individuals not in a position to submit their claims through a Government. To date, the Commission has made available nearly $48 billion for distribution to successful claimants in all categories. Funds to pay compensation are drawn from the Fund. read more

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RopeCon® connection at Booysendal Platinum underway

first_imgAssembly has started for the first of the two RopeCon® installations for the transport of platinum ore at the Booysendal concession. The South African mining company Booysendal Platinum (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of Northam Platinum Ltd, accesses the platinum ore deposit Booysendal South there.To transport the mined ore to an existing processing plant, Doppelmayr Transport Technology GmbH, headquartered in Austria and a subsidiary of the Doppelmayr group, the world’s leading manufacturer of ropeways, will build a RopeCon® system. After the completion of the foundation works, the actual assembly of the system begins. The system is due to start operations at the beginning of 2019. From then on, it will transport the ore over a length of 4.9 km in steep terrain.last_img read more

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Psychologie comparative de nouvelles méthodes rapprochant les grands singes de lhomme

first_imgPsychologie comparative : de nouvelles méthodes rapprochant les grands singes de l’homme ?Royaume-Uni – Une chercheuse va expérimenter de nouveaux protocoles évitant certaines techniques expérimentales, dans le cadre des études comparatives menées en sciences cognitives entre les grands singes et l’homme. Elle espère ainsi pouvoir proposer une nouvelle lecture des théories de l’évolution psychologique des deux groupes.Nantie d’une subvention de 135.000 livres, le Pr Kim Bard, psychologue en développement comparatif à l’université de Portsmouth (Royaume-Uni), espère beaucoup des nouvelles méthodes qu’elle va mettre en œuvre pour comparer les facultés cognitives des grands singes et de l’homme. Elle pointe du doigt certaines conditions expérimentales qui ont pu, jusqu’alors, interférer sur nos connaissances en ce domaine.À lire aussiPsychopathe et sociopathe : qu’est-ce que c’est et comment les différencier ?L’attention partagée, notamment – concept des psychologues désignant la façon dont un individu attire l’attention d’un autre sur un objet par des signaux visuels non verbaux – a été étudiée, dans le passé, en comparant des enfants élevés dans un contexte familial occidental classique, et des singes adultes, élevés en orphelinat ou dans des conditions très variables. Ses résultats précédents l’ayant convaincue que les grands singes peuvent être plus intelligents que certains enfants occidentaux selon leur milieu de développement, Kim Bard va réétudier la documentation issue des expériences antérieures, en levant tous les paramètres “parasites” d’éducation et de culture. “J’aimerais contribuer à un changement de paradigme majeur sur nos connaissances du processus de développement des capacités cognitives des grands singes”, conclut-elle.  Le 10 octobre 2010 à 09:23 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Toulouse un modèle de ville écologique

first_imgToulouse : un modèle de ville écologique Il y a deux ans, la nouvelle majorité PS de la ville de Toulouse a pris le taureau par les cornes en matière de consommation électrique. Depuis, la consommation ne cesse de diminuer et la note est de moins en moins importante grâce à la mise en place d’éclairages innovants et beaucoup moins gourmands.La ville de Toulouse possède 60.000 lampadaires et, à l’occasion des fêtes de fin d’année, illumine 40 kilomètres de guirlandes. Le tout engendre une consommation électrique de près de 3,5 millions de kWh par mois. Mais depuis deux ans, la majorité PS de la ville a entrepris de réduire la consommation de la ville. L’adjoint au maire chargé de l’éclairage public indique que la consommation électrique est passée de “42 millions aujourd’hui contre 45 il y a deux ans”.À lire aussiJournée mondiale de l’environnement : Quelques astuces pour un mode de vie plus écolo au bureauComment la municipalité est-elle parvenue à un tel résultat ? Tout d’abord, les lampadaires se sont vus équipés de lampes sodium à haute pression : 20 à 40% de consommation en moins. Les décorations de Noël fonctionnent ensuite avec des LED (diodes électroluminescentes). Les zones peu fréquentées sont moins éclairées : 30 à 40% d’économies. Des déflecteurs permettent également de diriger la lumière directement vers le sol et non plus vers le haut. Les monuments ne sont plus éclairés la nuit à trois exceptions près.Mais la véritable innovation est toute simple. La ville a décidé d’éclairer plus mais sur une surface réduite. Ainsi, les ronds points, les plots, les terre-pleins centraux par exemple sont plus visibles et suffisent à guider les usagers. De plus, les trottoirs sont équipés de lampadaires détecteurs de mouvements qui éclairent au fur et à mesure que les piétons s’en approchent : 70% d’économie et le tout avec une luminosité plus importante.Prochaines innovations prévues : des trottoirs à 100% autosuffisants, des bordures solaires lumineuses et la mise en place de scotch réfléchissant sur les réverbères. Idée toute simple pour les fêtes, des Pères Noël transparents ont été placés sur les réverbères : 100% d’économie.Le 25 décembre 2010 à 20:03 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Tata Motors will look to turn around India ops focus on CV

first_imgClose Saying that it is making an “earnest effort to turn profitable” after India’s largest truckmaker posted standalone losses for four straight quarters, Tata Motors Chairman N Chandrasekaran said on Tuesday that the domestic business, particularly the CV segment has suffered due to a challenging environment as also the company’s sub-optimal execution and market misses.An Economic Times (ET) report said on Tuesday that Chandrasekaran, who was addressing shareholders of the company at a AGM for the first time after taking over as chairman, expressed regret over the company’s inability to pay dividends due to losses incurred by its domestic business and said it is working “with tremendous urgency” to deal with the matter.”I know that from a shareholder’s perspective it is disappointing that the company has been unable to pay a dividend in light of its significant losses in the standalone business,” Chandrasekaran said. Tata Motors is working with “tremendous urgency” to remedy the situation, he said, while trying to reassure the shareholders, the financial website reported on Tuesday.”Looking ahead, we expect the business environment to remain dynamic and unpredictable. Our clear focus is the turnaround of the domestic business,” he said at Tata Motors’ Annual General Meeting here today.”I am optimistic about the future – it may be challenging but at the same time, it offers many positive opportunities for both Tata Motors and Jaguar Land Rover,” Chandrasekaran said. Showroom attendants polish a Jaguar vehicle at a Jaguar Land Rover showroom in Mumbai. Tata Motors, which owns the Jaguar brand, said on Tuesday that the company’s commercial vehicles business has faced a challenging and uncertain environment this year due to changeover to the GST regime, demonetisation and an unexpected Supreme Court ruling on BS 3 to BS 4 migration. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA – Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)ReutersMoneycontrol noted that Chandrasekaran’s comments were along the lines of a roadmap laid out by the automobile maker’s management. Tata Motors Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Guenter Butschek had said on Monday that the company planned to cut costs, focus on new launches and improve supply chain in order to turn the standalone business profitable in the current financial year.Chandrasekaran said that in 2016-17, Tata Motors’ standalone gross revenues was at Rs 49,100 crore, up 3.6 per cent from the previous year. The loss after tax, on a standalone basis, was Rs 2,480 crore compared to Rs 62 crore in the previous year.Challenging prospects for CV businessThe ET report said that Chandrasekaran pointed out reasons for the dismal performance of the company’s domestic business. The commercial vehicles (CV) business faced a challenging and uncertain environment due to changeover to the GST regime, demonetisation and “unexpected Supreme Court ruling on BS 3 to BS 4 migration”, he was reported as saying.”On the other hand, the company’s performance also suffered due to sub-optimal execution and market misses. We have continued to lose market share in the commercial vehicles business, reaching 44.4 per cent in March this year from a high of nearly 60 per cent, five years back,” he said in the ET report.Chandrasekaran noted that Tata Motors’ CV volumes have remained more or less constant at around 3,20,000 vehicles, over the past three years, while the operating costs have gone up over time. This had impacted the performance of the company this year. On plans to reverse the situation, Chandrasekaran was quoted by ET as saying, “In CV, we are focused on ensuring that all product launches happen within our laid down timelines without any delay, changing the trajectory of our market share curve and start gaining market share, and serious cost improvement plan.”The management team is working on these on a priority basis, he said, adding that the team led by Guenter Butschek is working together to deliver a strong execution led operating performance. Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran says that Tata Motors is streamlining the end-to-end visibility of its supply chain and focusing on accelerating the timeline of delivery of new products to the market. ” width=”660″ height=”auto” tw=”1200″ th=”840″ />Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran says that Tata Motors is streamlining the end-to-end visibility of its supply chain and focusing on accelerating the timeline of delivery of new products to the market. On the passenger vehicles segment, he was quoted as saying that the company has improved its domestic market share but costs have been going up due to investments in current and future portfolios.”We are excited by the prospects of Nexon, which we will launch in September this year,” Chandrasekaran said. Tata Nexon: All you need to know last_img read more

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Join parliament PM Hasina advises BNP

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh Hasina addresses a joint meeting of Awami League Advisory Council and Central Working Committee at the party’s Bangabandhu Avenue central office on Saturday, 12 Jan, 2019. Photo: PIDPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday urged the MPs-elect of BNP to join parliament for the sake of democracy and to utilise the scope for their return to constructive politics, reports UNB.”BNP should join parliament for the sake of democracy accepting its defeat in the election,” she said.The prime minister said this in her introductory speech at a joint meeting of Awami League Advisory Council and Central Working Committee at the party’s Bangabandhu Avenue central office in Dhaka.The meeting was held with Awami League president and prime minister Sheikh Hasina in the chair.She also asked the BNP high-ups to take the right decision to practise democracy considering the status of the party, including lack of proper leadership, anti-independence destructive politics, organisational weakness and nomination trading.”They (BNP-led Oikya Front) have to accept the defeat in the election as they were incapable to pick their leader, lost the support of people for their politics of killing. BNP lost the election for running the party by an absconding fugitive,” she said.Sheikh Hasina said the most remarkable side of this election was the enthusiasm of voters, especially the youth, new voters and women, in casting their votes.She mentioned that the election was very much peaceful although BNP-Jamaat alliance snatched ballot papers and boxes in some places and hatched conspiracies to foil the election.”But they failed and BNP suffered defeat in the election…this is their failure… they have to blame themselves for this,” she said.Sheikh Hasina said although BNP suffered the defeat for the lack of leadership, the scenario might have been better had they not indulged in nomination trade.Expressing gratitude to the people of the country for putting their trust and confidence once again in AL, Hasina said this landslide win has increased its responsibility to the people a lot.”We’ve only one thing [in mind] that we’ve to implement all of our development programmes to improve the socioeconomic status of people. We’ve to think what sort of programmes we would take to improve the lifestyle of people,” she said.The prime minister said the government will celebrate the golden jubilee of independence and birth centenary of father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman from March 2020-March 2021 locally and internationally.She thanked the people of the country to give the AL the opportunity to celebrate the two big events staying in the government.About the government’s future plan, she said rural people will get urban facilities. “The socioeconomic condition of the country is improving and it’ll. The income disparity will be reduced, the fate of the grassroots will be upgraded…we’re taking programmes keeping those in mind.”Hasina hoped that the peaceful situation in the country will prevail and Bangladesh will march forward by maintaining peace.She also put emphasis on strengthening Awami League further.last_img read more

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Houston Playwright Makes New York Premiere This Week

first_imgAmy BishopPlaywright Crystal Rae (right) and Director Troy Scheid (left) head to New York City’s Midtown International Theatre Festival with the nine member cast of Lamariya this week.Playwright Crystal Rae says the best way to describe Lamariya is a sci-fi parable. “It’s sci-fi because it’s very strange and we’ve got these weird beings walking around and being very deity-like,” Rae explains. “And parable because it’s kind of based on a story from the Bible. So those two have met, married, and made a very weird-looking child.”The one-act play is set in Mississippi during the Jim Crow era, but also includes influences of ancient African mythology. It’s premiering at the Midtown International Theatre Festival in New York City this week, the first time a Houston playwright has taken part in its 17-year history.“I want to tell African-American stories that put us in different situations than what I’ve seen,” Rae says. “If I’ve seen them there before, then what new thing can I add? And if I can’t add anything new – if it’s been said and done – then I need to apply my thought process somewhere else.”This year, Lamariya was one of about sixty plays chosen from hundreds of entries. If a production sells out, the company could be asked to revive it at the following festival, which can be a breakthrough for a small theatre company or new playwright.Director Troy Scheid says they’ve been working to get as many of the seats filled as possible. “As far as expectations go, we’ve tried to do a lot of outreach by inviting people personally to come and see the show,” she says.The play premieres Tuesday night at the WorkShop Theatre in Manhattan with additional performances this weekend. Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X 00:00 /01:14 Sharelast_img read more

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Cummings Holds Annual Job Fair

first_imgThousands turned out for Rep. Elijah Cummings’ 17th Annual Job Fair that hosted more than 40 employers and employment resource providers, offering more than 1,000 jobs.The April 14 event at the Fifth Regiment Armory also offered a variety of workshops throughout the day, with topics that included steps to federal employment, searching for jobs using digital media, and employment opportunities available with Horseshoe Casino Baltimore.The event also featured one-stop mobile career centers provided by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, on-site professionals to help attendees with developing resumes, and digital stations for online job search assistance.last_img read more

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Google removes malicious Angry Birds apps from Android Market

first_imgTo all the Angry Birds fans playing the extremely popular game on your Android phone, beware of any Angry Birds application add-ons. Google has removed at least 10 apps from the Android Market which contain malicious code. All of the Angry Birds players who don’t use cheats to get through the game are most likely in the clear. The malware was found in apps pretending to be cheats or add-ons for Angry Birds.The problem with Android apps, unlike with iPhone apps, is that the Android Market doesn’t vet its apps. Apple, on the other hand, is extremely strict about what it lets into its App Store, as we saw recently with the ban on DUI-related apps. Because Google doesn’t monitor the apps very carefully, it’s up to the developer community to step up and report any problems or anything fishy that arises.Xuxian Jiang, an assistant professor of computer science at North Carolina State University, found the malicious apps last week. Some of those apps were infected with the spyware program Plankton. Plankton connects to a remote server and uploads important information about your phone, like the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number, which identifies GSM, WCDMA, and iDEN phones. The IMEI numbers are often used to identify valid devices and can stop a phone that has been stolen from accessing the network. Additionally, Plankton also uploads information about your browser bookmarks and browsing history.Webroot analysts Andrew Brandt and Amanda Orozco found Plankton was zeroing in on Angry Birds. Some of the apps in question were Angry Birds Rio Unlocker v1.0, Angry Birds Multi User v1.00 and Angry Birds Cheater Trainer Helper V2.0. Installing the apps will give you a welcome message telling you to “click on the button below to unlock all the levels in Angry Birds Rio.” The apps actually install additional code onto your phone which gives remote access and control of the handset to whoever created the malicious apps.Google removed the programs in question on June 5. Unfortunately, malware can sit in apps potentially for months before someone finds it. Back in March, Google removed about 60 apps from the Android Market for malware concerns. Unfortunately, 200,000 people had already downloaded them.In addition to Plankton, Jiang found other malicious programs as well. One that he discovered was YZHCSMS, a Trojan horse virus that sends an exorbitant amount of SMS messages to premium numbers to hike up your bill. Jiang said these apps were on the Android Market for three months before Google took them down.So how do you keep your Android device safe? We suggest thinking twice before downloading anything you can’t verify came from a trusted source/developer. Clearly, an app that promises to unlock all the levels in Angry Birds is too good to be true. Though it’s still possible to download a malicious app from the Android Market, make sure you’re not downloading any apps from outside of the market or outside of another vetted app store like Amazon.Read more at Wired and Webroot, via PCMaglast_img read more

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Top 5 cybersecurity trends you should be aware of in 2018

first_imgCybersecurity trends seem to be changing at an incredible rate. That poses new opportunities for criminals and new challenges for the professionals charged with securing our systems. High profile  attacks not only undermine trust in huge organizations, they also highlight a glaring gap in how we manage cybersecurity in a rapidly changing world. It also highlighted that attackers are adaptive and incredibly intelligent, evolving their techniques to adapt to new technologies and new behaviors. The big question is what the future will bring. What cybersecurity trends will impact the way cybersecurity experts work – and the way cybercriminals attack – for the rest of 2018 and beyond. Let’s explore some of the top cyber security trends and predictions of 2018: Artificial Intelligence and machine learning based cyber attacks and defenses AI and ML have started impacting major industries in various ways, but one of the most exciting applications is in cybersecurity. Basically, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning algorithms can learn from past events in order to help predict and identify vulnerabilities within a software system. They can also be used to detect anomalies in behavior within a network. A report from Webroot claims that more than 90% of cybersecurity professionals use AI to improve their security skills. However, while AI and machine learning can help security professionals, it is also being used by cybercriminals too. It seems obvious: if cyber security pros can use AI to identify vulnerabilities, so can people that seek to exploit them. Expect this back and forth to continue throughout 2018 and beyond. Ransomware is spreading like fire Storing data on the cloud has many benefits, but it can be an easy target for cyber criminals. Ransomware is one such technique – criminals target a certain area of data and hold it to ransom. It’s already a high profile cyber security concern. Just look at WannaCry, Petya, Meltdown, and Spectre, some of the biggest cyber security attacks in 2017. The bigger players (Google, AWS, and Azure) of the cloud market are trying to make it difficult for attackers, but smaller cloud service providers end up paying customers for data breaches. The only way these attacks can be reduced is by performing regular back-ups, updating security patches, and strengthening real-time defenses. Complying with GDPR GDPR (General Data Protection) is an EU regulation that tightens up data protection and privacy for individuals within the European Union. The ruling includes mandatory rules that all companies will have to follow when processing and storing personal data. From 25 May, 2018, General Data Protection (GDPR) will come into effect where important changes will be implemented to the current data protection directive. To mention a few it will include increased territorial scope,stricter consent laws, elevated rights and more. According to Forrester report 80% companies will fail to comply with GDPR out of which 50% would choose not to, considering the cost of compliance. Penalties for non-compliance would reach upto €20m or 4% of worldwide annual turnover, whichever is greater. The rise of Cyberwar Taking current cybersecurity scenario into consideration, there are high possibilities 2018 will be the year of international conflict in cyberspace. This may include cyber crimes on government and financial systems or their infrastructure and utilities. Chances are cyber-terrorism groups will target sensitive areas like banks, press, government, law-enforcement and more similar areas. The Ashley Madison attack – which involved attackers threatening to release personal information about users if the site was not shut down – shows that ideological motivated attacks are often very targeted and sophisticated with the goal of data theft and extortion. The attack on Ashley Madison is testament to the fact that companies need to be doing more as attackers become more motivated. You should not be surprised to see cyber-attacks going beyond financial benefits. The coming year can witness cyber crimes which are politically motivated that is designed to acquire intelligence to benefit a particular political entity. These methods can also be used to target electronic voting system in order to control public opinion. These kind of sophisticated attacks are usually well-funded and lead to public chaos. Governments will need to take extensive checks to ensure their network and ecosystem is well protected. Such instances might lead to loss of right to remain anonymous on the web. Like everything else, this move will also have two sides of the coin. Attacking cyber currencies and blockchain systems Since Bitcoin and Blockchain were booming in the year 2017, it becomes a crucial target area for hackers. Chances are attackers may target smaller blockchain systems who opt for weaker cryptographic algorithms to increase performance. On the other hand, the possibility of cryptographic attack against Bitcoin can be minimum. The major worry here would about attacking a block with minimum security practices, but eventually that block could lead to larger blockchain system. One of the major advantage for attackers here is they don’t really need to know who the opposite partner is, as only a verified participant is authorised to execute the trade. Here, trust or risk plays an important part and that is blockchain’s sweet spot. For example: Receiving payments in government issued currencies have higher possibilities of getting caught but there is a higher probability of succeeding in cryptocurrency payments. Well, this may be the end of this article but is not an end to the way things might turn out to be in 2018. We still stand midway through another year and the war of cyberthreats rages. Don’t be surprised to hear something different or new as malicious hackers keep trying newer techniques and methodologies to destroy a system. Related links WPA3: Next-generation Wi-Fi security is here The 10 most common types of DoS attacks you need to know 12 common malware types you should knowlast_img read more

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first_img Sponsored Stories Numerous groups surfaced to assist U.S.-based Venezuelan voters, with information distributed on the Internet and social media, as well as at coffee shops and bookstores frequented by Venezuelans.The groups include Voto Joven and Voto Donde Sea, comprised mostly of young people, and the Mesa de la Unidad Democratica, or Democratic Unity Table, a coalition of political parties backing opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles.Beatriz Olavarria, who leads a commission created by the opposition alliance to distribute voter information and mobilize observers, said she hopes at least half of the voters registered in Miami will cast ballots in New Orleans. “Something tells me that many people will get on board at the last minute,” she said.Olavarria, who has volunteered in Miami during past Venezuelan elections, created the website, to provide information about the New Orleans vote.The group’s major push now is figuring out how to get registered voters to the Louisiana city, where balloting will be held in a convention center. Opposition members complain that voting will not occur inside the mission itself, but Lucena, the electoral council president, said “the rules state that the polling center must be as near as possible to a consulate.” Associated PressMIAMI (AP) – By bus and car, commercial flight and charter, U.S.-based Venezuelans are traveling en masse to New Orleans in the coming days, spending hundreds of dollars and in some cases more than a day of their time to cast a vote in their country’s presidential election.The government of President Hugo Chavez earlier this year closed the country’s consulate in Miami, where most Venezuelans living in the U.S. have cast ballots in the past. It later said voters would have to travel to New Orleans if they want to participate on Oct. 7. How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation In most cases, traveling from here to New Orleans to vote would require at least one night away from home.With travel costs a major obstacle for many potential voters, financial adviser Andres Casanova and his childhood friend Andres Morrison are collecting donations to pay for charter planes to ferry Venezuelans to New Orleans.So far, they have received almost $355,700 in donations, enough to pay for trips for 1,100 voters. But far more people _ as many as 3,000 _ have registered on the organization’s website,, for seats assigned on a first-come, first- served basis.Voto Donde Sea, meanwhile, is collecting donations to subsidize bus fares for voters, said group leader Vanessa Duran.Milagros and Fernando Nunez Noda are renting a car with another couple to make the trip from Miami.“We’re going no matter what,” said Nunez Noda, a journalist and businessman.“It’s like they threw down a challenge,” he said of the government’s decision to move the balloting to New Orleans. “We will prove our strength.”____Associated Press writer Jorge Rueda contributed to this story from Caracas.____Gisela Salomon at Comments   Share   Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Centercenter_img (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) It’s a hardship in terms of time and money for many potential voters. But some, especially those who want to stop Chavez from being re-elected after 13 years in power, are determined to make the trip anyway.Carolina Guevara, a 21-year-old college student, plans to take the 15-hour bus ride from Miami to New Orleans, an 870-mile (1,400-kilometer) trek.“We want to demonstrate to the government that even if they put obstacles in our path, we will practice our right to vote,” said Guevara, who hopes to return to Venezuela after completing her political science studies at Miami Dade College.The Venezuelan government closed its Miami mission after the State Department expelled consul Livia Acosta amid an investigation into recordings that seemed to implicate her in an Iranian plot for a cyber-attack against the U.S.The closure affected nearly 20,000 Venezuelan voters living in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina who had registered to vote at the Miami consulate. Most Venezuelan voters in the United States live in the Miami area and the vast majority of those are critical of the Chavez government.After the Miami mission closed, Venezuelan election officials said that voters registered there would have to cast ballots in New Orleans, where the next-nearest consulate is located. Venezuelan opposition leaders accused the government of trying to disenfranchise voters, a charge officials denied. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix “They tried to do everything possible to prevent us from voting,” said Gisela Parra, a former judge who left Venezuela in 2005 after being accused of conspiring against Chavez. “The pressure was such that they had to open a voting center far away, in New Orleans. It’s like punishing us.”Parra, who plans to volunteer at the New Orleans voting center, said Venezuelan electoral officials “had the obligation” to make another Miami location available.But Tibisay Lucena, president of Venezuela’s Elections Council, countered that voters registered in Miami “were relocated using the same criteria used inside the country, telling them to go to the nearest polling station.”About 15,800 Venezuelans in the U.S. voted in their country’s Dec. 2006 presidential election, three-quarters of them in Miami.Of the 10,800 Venezuelans voting in Florida, 98 percent cast ballots for the opposition candidate and 2 percent for Chavez. Thirty-four percent of registered voters did not participate, according to figures from Venezuela’s Elections Council.Most Venezuelans in the U.S. are professionals or businesspeople who left their country after Chavez became president in 1999. The number of Venezuelans in the U.S. burgeoned from 91,500 in 2000 to 215,000 in 2010, according to the 2010 Census, with 57 percent of them living in Florida. Top Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Daylast_img read more

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first_imgCANOUAN, ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES — Private jet setters arrived at the Caribbean island of Canouan during the holidays in record numbers, according to an exlcusive interview with Elite Traveler. The island boasts a 5900ft runway after a recent extension making it accessible for virtually all private jets without payload restrictions.“We have been delighted to welcome 123 private jets this December” stated Nelcia Hardaway-Herbert the General Manager of the Canouan Airport. “The popularity of this luxury destination to this specific market has been growing steadily over the last year. We peaked at 18 private jets on more than one day. It’s really very special to see guests arriving from as far afield as London on direct flights. There is virtually no private jet that can’t land here now.With the luxurious Raffles Resort, Trump International Golf Club and the Grenadines Estate private villas, this 3.5s square mile island positions itself as “the ultimate luxury destination of the Caribbean.”www.raffles.comlast_img read more

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