The difference in results isn’t the real difference. The real difference is found somewhere else, the last place you’ll look. Maybe the one place you don’t want to look.You won’t find the difference “out there,” no matter how long you search and no matter how well. Time spent searching “out there” is time spent away from where you will find the difference.There are charlatans and con artists who will tell you they know where to find the difference. For a fee, they can show you how to find the difference. They cannot, however, tell you why they aren’t focusing their time and energy on finding the difference themselves. To tell you that would betray their real intentions.When you find someone who has found the difference, they will very happily tell you what they did to find it for themselves. When asked, they share with you the recipe that worked for them, knowing that the difference isn’t something that can ever be depleted by sharing it with others, it being a beneficial to share with others. Your ears may not like what they hear and so resist what they hear.Much of the time, you will have to prod those who have found the difference to tell you what they believe, why they searched for the difference and what it meant to them when they first starting to possess it. Some part of what they tell you will clash with your deepest and longest held beliefs. You won’t want to believe what you hear, and you’ll wish that the charlatans and carnival barker’s recipe was enough to help you capture the difference. But something inside you will find what you hear as truth.When you are ready to take on the beliefs and the mindset of those who have found the difference, your beliefs will start change, little by little at first, and then all at once. Soon after, you start to take actions in line with the beliefs until, some time later, they are what you do without resistance and without thinking about it.If these words don’t reach you, it may not be time. If they do, then you know you have found your answer. Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now
Xiaomi just the other day confirmed the launch date for its upcoming flagship Mi 6 for April 19. Ahead of the launch, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer releases the first ever official teaser of the flagship. Although the teaser didn’t reveal much details, but it surely did confirm the coming of dual cameras on the rear.There have been several speculations making rounds on the internet about Xiaomi Mi 6 which already suggested dual cameras. So, it won’t be very wrong to say that the rumours are coming true. That being said, Xiaomi Mi 6 might actually come with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor and Android Nougat as well. However, the company is yet to confirm the same like it assured the coming of dual cameras onboard. Several rumours surfacing the web after Xiaomi Mi 6 official teaser was released suggests that the upcoming flagship device is going to come with a much-improved camera set up, as compared to its predecessors – Mi 5 or even Mi 5s.Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 6 to officially launch on April 19Furthermore, apart from the official teaser, the smartphone is also spotted on Geekbench now. The listing reveals several details, reports claim that these specifications are almost confirmed. According to the listing, the Xiaomi Mi 6 is tipped to come with 6GB of RAM and Snapdragon 835 SoC. Further, Geekbench listing also confirms that the smartphone is supposed to come with Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system with the latest version of MIUI.Well, as of now, no other details, apart from the dual cameras at the rear is confirmed. The Chinese smartphone is known for releasing its daily teasers ahead of any launch, that’s exactly the strategy they applied with the Redmi Note 4 as well. Xiaomi does that basically to slowly and gradually reveal each of the key specifications of the to-be-launched smartphone, to create more buzz among the Xiaomi fans.advertisementApart from the launch of Mi 6 on April 19. Speculations are such that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer may also announce the much awaited and rumoured Xiaomi Mi Max 2. The phablet was initially spotted on Geekbench and GFXBench as well, which reveals that the device might be called Xiaomi Oxygen.Both the listings further disclose a lot about the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max 2 and provide a rough sketch of the smartphone. The device is expected to run on the latest operating system Android 7.1.1 Nougat on top of MIUI layer. Further, the flagship phablet is expected to sport a 6.4-inch full HD display along with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. The listing also suggests that the device will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 626 processor along with Adreno 506 taking care of graphics department.Also Read: Xiaomi Mi Max 2 tipped to launch alongside Mi 6 on April 19Other specifications show, Xiaomi Mi Max 2 will come packed with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of an internal storage unit, which can be further expanded via a microSD card. On the camera front, the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 is expected to come with a 12-megapixel camera on the rear with auto- focus feature and LED flash. The rear camera may also come with the ability to capture 4K videos with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. On the other hand, the device comes with a 5-megapixel selfie shooter.While connectivity wise, the smartphone includes several options like WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Accelerometer, Barometer, Digital compass, Light sensor, Gyroscope, Pedometer and Proximity sensor. Further, the smartphone is expected to juice its power from a huge 5,000mAh battery with fast charging ability.
Saqlain who is currently working as spin consultant with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).”I just don’t know how to work in a system, where “Sifarish” (recommendation) and political connections get you a job,” Saqlain said in an interview to the “Express” newspaper.The famed spinner who grabbed 208 Test and 288 ODI wickets for Pakistan and is credited with introducing the “doosra” delivery is disheartened at the state of affairs in the PCB.”I don’t feel disappointed at not being given a job by the Pakistan board. I feel disheartened at the way the system works and what you need to do to get a job,” he said.Saqlain who is currently working as spin consultant with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said he had been advised by some people to either criticise the board or use political connections to get a job in the PCB.”I can’t do these things. My qualification, experience and cricketing background is there for everyone to see. “I have worked with the Australian Cricket Centre of Excellence. I have been hired as spinc onsultant by the New Zealand, Bangladesh and West Indies cricket boards. I am a Level-3 coach in England. I shouldn’t need to do such things to get a job in Pakistan cricket,” Saqlain rattled off his coaching credentials.The off-spinner said that he felt sad he could not contribute to Pakistan cricket.”I would love to work with the Pakistan spinners and produce some good bowlers,” he added.advertisementSaqlain spoke about how he would love to work with Test leg-spinner, Yasir Shah and make him a more lethal bowler. “Yasir’s performance speaks for itself but I still feel he needs to work and improve in some areas. He needs to master the leg-spin. He is a hard-working person and he is dedicated and passionate. He just needs a little guidance,” he said.Saqlain said Yasir could become a top bowler if he improved in some areas and wouldn’t need to bowl 50 overs or more to get five wickets.Asked if the PCB had ever offered him a job with the national team, Saqlain said he couldn’t go asking for a job from anyone.”I would like to just apply for a post and submit my CV which speaks for itself. I am the most qualified coach in Pakistan.”
Hockey India’s hunt for a good overseas coach to guide the fortunes of the men’s team may grow a bit longer but the good news is applications are coming in.Mail Today has learnt that over half a dozen candidates have sent in their CVs. There is a strong possibility more coaches may be applying soon, with the deadline fixed for mid-February. As India do not have any major competitions coming up immediately, it should be no surprise if the deadline for receiving applications is extended to the end of February.Coaches from Germany, Belgium, and Australia have shown interest in the job with the Indian team, though there is such a long way before the contract is handed out. With Hockey India in a position to shortlist candidates and forward names to the Sports Authority of India, many pre-conditions have been laid out.Notably, one of them is that the coach is fluent in English so that communication with the players will not be a problem.Hockey India has ruled out any further musical chairs wherein current women’s coach Sjoerd Marijne is shifted back to the men’s team. With the Indian women’s team also doing well in recent tournaments and preparing for the Tokyo Olympics qualifiers, Marijne will stay put with them.With news of Terry Walsh being fired by the Malaysian Hockey Federation, there is speculation if he could again be part of the Indian hockey system. Walsh was removed after Roelant Oltmans joined the Malaysian Hockey Federation. However, at this point of time, Hockey India is not even thinking about Walsh as he had let after a showdown.advertisementWith most Indian sporting disciplines now at a stage where they are preparing or readying for the Olympic qualifiers, hockey still has time before actual action begins. This time, Hockey India wants to get a coach who has the calibre and will be able to soak in the pressure.After India lost in the quarter-final stage in the FIH World Cup in Bhubaneshwar last December, Harendra Singh was moved out. His replacement may perhaps not be coming before the end of March.
Jaylon Smith Injury Jaylon Smith InjuryFew players had a worse NFL Combine than Notre Dame’s Jaylon Smith, through no fault of his own. Smith was failed by multiple teams on his physical due to potential nerve damage stemming from the significant knee injury he suffered against Ohio State, which included a torn ACL and LCL.Smith, once viewed as a potential top 10 draft pick, will probably fall out of the first round altogether, but he’s doing whatever he can to prove that he is healing up. In an interview with Yahoo Sports, he revealed that he is currently leg pressing over 600 pounds, and squatting over 400.Can Smith feel a tangible difference physically in the past five weeks?“Oh yeah, absolutely,” Smith said. “A few weeks have made a huge difference, even the past two weeks. I can feel it.“Rehab is going great. I am leg-pressing over 600 pounds right now. I am squatting over 400 pounds. I am getting that strength back. It’s just a matter of time.”Asked whether it has been determined if he suffered nerve in the injury, Smith was a bit vague, but he remained upbeat.“We’ll see when I go back there [to the medical recheck],” Smith said. “We’ll see what the doctors say then. I feel like I’ve regained some of it. I’m happy where I am at right now.”When healthy, Smith is an incredibly impressive prospect. Hopefully he finds a team that will take a chance on him.[Yahoo Sports]More: Vote In Our “Most Annoying People In Sports Media” Championship >>>
zoomImage Courtesy: Philly Shipyard U.S.-based shipbuilder Philly Shipyard seems to have broken the dry spell having secured a non-binding order for the construction of two 50,000 dwt tankers.Specifically, announcing its second quarter results, the shipbuilder said that it had signed a non-binding term sheet for the construction and sale of two newbuild Jones Act Medium Range (MR) product tankers with an undisclosed customer.The two ships, if confirmed, are scheduled for delivery in Q4 2020 and Q1 2021 respectively. Their design would be similar to the yard’s MT-50 class product tankers, with the main engines upgraded from Tier II to Tier III compliant. In order to support the delivery timetable, Philly Shipyard has initiated preliminary design work for the vessels.The sealing of the contract is subject to, among other things, securing commitments for charters.The contract breaks a protracted lack of orders which resulted in layoffs and idling of the company’s facilities as a means of adjusting its business operations.Since the beginning of 2018, Philly Shipyard has laid off approximately 25 percent of its employees.The company is currently building two containerships for Matson, which were 84 pct complete as of June 30. One of the boxships, Daniel K. Inouye, was christened at the end of June and, when delivered, it will be the largest containership ever built in the United States.Philly Shipyard booked a net loss of USD 2 million for the second quarter of 2018, compared to net income of USD 2.2 million for Q2 2017. Net loss for the first six months of 2018 was USD 5.6 million compared to net income of USD 19.4 million in the same period of 2017.“Securing contracts for new vessels is the key to Philly Shipyard’s long-term future and ultimate return to sustained profitability, but will not materially improve its near-term forecast. Due to the under-recovery of the costs mentioned above, Philly Shipyard expects it will suffer significant losses in 2018 and 2019, even if the shipyard receives orders for new vessels,” the company said.The shipbuilder is seeking orders outside its conventional portfolio including in the fishing, offshore wind and cable laying sectors.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court convicted 12 persons on Friday in the 2003 murder case of former Gujarat home minister Haren Pandya.The apex court allowed the appeals of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Gujarat government challenging the high court order by which the convicts were absolved of the murder charge in the case. The trial court had convicted the accused persons for the offence of murder and sentenced them to life imprisonment. Also Read – How a psychopath killer hid behind the mask of a devout laity!The apex court set aside the Gujarat High Court verdict by which the accused were absolved of the murder charge. The high court had concurred with the trial court’s decision to convict them for criminal conspiracy, attempt to murder and offences under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA). The Supreme Court bench of justices Arun Mishra and Vineet Saran, however, dismissed a PIL filed by NGO “Centre for Public Interest Litigation” (CPIL) seeking a court-monitored fresh probe in the Pandya murder case. Also Read – Encounter under way in Pulwama, militant killedIt also imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 on CPIL for filing the PIL and said no further petition would be entertained in the case. Pandya was the home minister in the then Narendra Modi-led Gujarat government. He was shot dead on March 26, 2003 near Law Garden in Ahmedabad during morning walk. According to the CBI, Pandya was killed to avenge the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat. The appeals in the apex court were filed by the CBI and the state police, claiming that the August 29, 2011 order of acquittal by the Gujarat High Court was erroneous. The high court, while criticising the CBI for a botched-up investigation in the case, had said, “What clearly stands out from the record of the present case is that the investigation in the case of murder of Haren Pandya has all through been botched up and blinkered and has left a lot to be desired.” The accused were earlier convicted for a larger conspiracy by a special POTA court on the basis of the deposition of main accused Asghar Ali, who had admitted to their plan to attack prominent leaders of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and other Hindu leaders of Gujarat to avenge the 2002 riots. Besides Ali, the other convicts in the case are — Mohammad Rauf, Mohammad Parvez Abdul Kayum Sheikh, Parvez Khan Pathan alias Athar Parvez, Mohammad Farooq alias Haji Farooq, Shahnawaz Gandhi, Kalim Ahmeda alias Kalimullah, Rehan Puthawala, Mohammad Riaz Sareswala, Aniz Machiswala, Mohammad Yunus Sareswala and Mohammad Saifuddin. According to the CBI, prior to Pandya’s killing, the convicts had made an attempt to kill local VHP leader Jagdish Tewari on March 11, 2003. The central agency had claimed that the two incidents were the result of a single conspiracy to spread terror among people in the aftermath of the Godhra riots. The offenders were illegally sent to Pakistan by absconding accused Rasul Parti and Mufti Sufiyan Patangia and trained at the behest of the neighbouring country’s intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the CBI had claimed. The case was earlier probed by the Gujarat police but was subsequently handed over to the central probe agency.
EDMONTON, A.B. — The spring sitting of the Alberta legislature is set to begin, with the focus on pipelines and the economy.The session opens Thursday with a speech from the throne, and Government House Leader Brian Mason says the first order of business the following Monday is a debate on pipelines.Mason says all members of the legislature will be asked to vote on a government motion that makes it clear to the rest of Canada its support for Alberta’s efforts on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Alberta has been fighting with British Columbia over the pipeline, which has been approved by the federal government but has met resistance from the B.C. government.The opposition United Conservatives have already voiced support for getting Trans Mountain built, but have disagreed with how Premier Rachel Notley’s NDP is waging the fight.The centrepiece of the session comes March 22, when Finance Minister Joe Ceci delivers the fiscal 2018 budget.
Casablanca- The ongoing violence within the Moroccan universities marks a new chapter. The university violence saga continues and this time it is the University of Marrakech under the spotlights. According to daily newspaper Almassae in its Wednesday May 7th issue, an “Islamist” student was attacked by a group of unidentified masked individuals inside one of the university bathrooms and threw an unknown black powder directly into the student’s eyes. The student, a 19-year-old female in her freshman year majoring in Islamic studies and a sympathizer of “Attajdid Tollabi” organization, was taken to a hospital for medical attention.The medical crew could not identify the nature of the black powder. The student said that prior to the attack she received threatening text messages. Less than two weeks ago, a homicide claimed the life of Abderrahim El Hasnaoui, an Islamist student and member of “Attajdid Tollabi”, a students’ organization linked to the ruling Islamist Party of Justice and Development. The incident took place inside a cafeteria at the University of Fez- Dher Mehrez after a group of Leftist students believed to be affiliated with “Annahj Democrati Al Qaidi” armed with swords and knives launched an attack on El Hasnaoui causing him severe injuries. El Hasnaoui was taken to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead a short time after.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The nation’s largest public utility has picked the leader of one of Canada’s largest power companies to head the $11 billion federal corporation.On Thursday, the Tennessee Valley Authority board announced the selection of Jeffrey Lyash as president and CEO effective in April.Lyash is president and CEO of Ontario Power Generation Inc. He was formerly president of CB&I Power and executive vice-president of energy supply for Duke Energy. He also served in management roles with Progress Energy and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.Lyash is chairman of the Electric Power Research Institute, an international non-profit for public interest energy and environmental research.Lyash replaces Bill Johnson, who’s retiring after joining the federal utility in 2013.TVA serves about 10 million people in parts of seven southeastern states.The Associated Press
Eduardo Stein, Joint UNHCR-IOM Special Representative for Venezuelan refugees and migrants, made his comments after the UN Security Council met at the weekend to discuss the situation in the country, where opposition leader Juan Guaidó declared himself President on 23 January.“Although isolated and unrepresentative, these acts of hatred, intolerance and xenophobia are extremely worrying,” Mr. Stein said, in his appeal to “several” unnamed countries. “Racism, misogyny and xenophobia have no place in our countries and must be firmly condemned,” the UNHCR/IOM official added, his statement following a warning in November that the reception capacity of Venezuela’s neighbours was becoming severely strained.While urging “political and opinion leaders” to call for “peace, justice, calm and restraint”, Mr. Stein also highlighted the importance of responsible traditional and online media reporting.“The media and users of social networks…must report the facts in a responsible manner, without inciting xenophobic attitudes and actions and must also condemn all physical or verbal attacks against refugees, migrants and other foreign persons, when they occur,” said Mr. Stein, a former Guatemalan Vice-President.According to UNHCR and IOM, thousands of people continue to leave Venezuela every day, amid an ongoing humanitarian crisis linked to an economy in freefall and continuing political upheaval.More than three million Venezuelans have left their country since 2015, with 2.4 million in neighbouring or nearby countries. Most are in Colombia, which houses well over one million who have fled their homes.This is followed by Peru (more than 500,000) Ecuador (more than 220,000), Argentina (130,000) Chile (more than 100,000) and Brazil (85,000).In addition to South American countries, countries in Central America and the Caribbean also recorded increasing arrivals of refugees and migrants from Venezuela. Panama, for example, hosts at least 94,000 Venezuelans. In response to South America’s biggest exodus in its history, UNHCR and IOM announced the creation of a regional initiative in May 2018 to support governments as they sought to aid refugees and migrants from Venezuela.This Regional Platform is open to organisations that have the capacity to respond to the needs of Venezuelan refugees and migrants; it has more than 30 member-organizations, including UN agencies, non-governmental organizations and two Red Cross movements.Mr. Stein was appointed in September last year. His mission is to promote the dialogue and consensus necessary for the humanitarian response, including access to territory, refugee protection, legal stay arrangements and the identification of solutions for Venezuelan swelling ranks of refugees and migrants.“Only through dialogue, solidarity, justice, coexistence and respect for diversity can we solve the multiple challenges that confront our region,” he said. “Given the current humanitarian and political challenges, Latin America must remain faithful to its tradition of solidarity.”
Tommy Robinson, 34, is the former leader of far-right group the English Defence League. Born in Luton, he trained to become an aircraft engineer but was convicted of assaulting an off-duty police officer and was unable to return to his job in Luton Airport as a result. His real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley, but he has also gone by other names including Andrew McMaster and Paul Harris. Previously a member of the BNP, he co-founded the EDL alongside Kevin Carroll in 2009 and led it until October 2013, when both left after speaking to members of counter-extremism think-tank Quilliam.The EDL’s stated aim was to “oppose the rise of radical Islam” and it predominantly operated through holding street demonstrations. On leaving Robinson said he was concerned about the “dangers of far-right extremism”. However, in 2016 he established Pegida UK, named after the German nationalist, far-right political party Pegida. Now an adviser to the group, he also works for The Rebel Media, a right-wing Canadian website. Piers Morgan argues with Tommy Robinson on Good Morning Britain Earlier this year he was convicted of contempt of court after using a camera inside Canterbury Crown Court, receiving a suspended sentence. Robinson is married with three children. In May Quilliam said he had come to its offices to “abuse and bully” staff and added that he “seems to have regressed”.In 2014 he was jailed for mortgage fraud and served almost six months in prison. Show more 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.
Une eau vieille d’au moins 100 millions d’années découverte dans un cratère d’impactSelon une étude récemment publiée, le grand cratère de la baie de Chesapeake, formé par l’impact d’un astéroïde, contiendrait de l’eau de mer vieille de 100 à 145 millions d’années.Le cratère de la baie de Chesapeake, situé sur la côte Est du continent nord-américain, s’est formé il y a environ 35 millions d’années lorsqu’un astéroïde ou une comète de 3 km de diamètre s’est abattu(e) sur Terre. Malgré sa taille (85 km de diamètre), ce cratère n’a été découvert que dans les années 1990 car il se situe entre 300 et 500 mètres de profondeur, sous la baie de Chesapeake où se jettent dans l’océan Atlantique plus de 150 cours d’eau, dont le fleuve Potomac.Depuis sa découverte, le cratère, le plus grand découvert aux Etats-Unis, a suscité un grand intérêt de la part des spécialistes. Il a ainsi été plusieurs fois l’objet de forages profonds qui ont permis de découvrir des brèches renfermant de l’eau de mer particulièrement salée : d’après les estimations, elle contient 70 pour mille de sel, deux fois plus que nos océans. Pour expliquer cette salinité, diverses hypothèses ont été émises : osmose, évaporation suite à l’impact de la météorite… Mais des chercheurs américains ont semble t-il trouvé une autre explication.Dans un article publié par la revue Nature, l’équipe de Ward Sanford de la Société américaine de géologie à Reston, explique que cette eau serait tout simplement incroyablement vieille. En se basant sur les analyses de l’eau souterraine, les scientifiques pensent qu’il s’agirait d’un vestige de l’eau de mer de l’Atlantique Nord du Crétacé inférieur. “Nous avons trouvé que l’eau de mer a probablement 100-145 millions d’années”, ont déclaré les chercheurs repris par l’AFP.Une eau piégée depuis des millions d’années Selon eux, l’eau aurait été piégée dans les sédiments avant l’impact de la météorite. Depuis, elle serait restée totalement intacte. C’est ce qui expliquerait la salinité relativement exceptionnelle de cette eau puisque, initialement, au Crétacé, l’Atlantique Nord était un bassin fermé. Mais au cours du Crétacé, le continent africain s’est progressivement séparé de l’Amérique du sud, transformant le bassin en océan ouvert vers le sud. Or, “même une petite ouverture peut entraîner une dilution substantielle de la salinité”, soulignent les scientifiques. A cette époque, l’Atlantique a ainsi connu une diminution progressive de la salinité, jusqu’à atteindre des valeurs proches de celles d’aujourd’hui au début du Crétacé supérieur, il y a environ 100 millions d’années. L’eau retrouvée daterait ainsi des temps où la salinité de l’Atlantique était encore élevée. D’autres vestiges ? À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?Mais l’équipe de Ward Sanford n’en reste pas là et explique que sa découverte n’est peut-être pas si exceptionnelle. En effet, elle juge probable que des vestiges de l’eau de mer de l’Atlantique Nord du Crétacé inférieur pourraient aussi être retrouvés à d’autres endroits le long de la marge atlantique.(crédits photo : Dev Librarian/Flickr) Le 14 novembre 2013 à 14:47 • Maxime Lambert
As India’s domestic steelmakers deal with costly loans and low profitability from a production glut in the world markets, private equity (PE) players and other investors are seeing investment opportunity in the troubled sector.Sources told Bloomberg that as lenders consider to convert their debt into equity, investors believe the time is ripe for equity acquisition of these hard-pressed steel makers. Also, with India’s economy poised to grow at 7.75 percent this fiscal, investors feel their bets are well timed.With nearly one third of $46 billion bank loans turning sour in fiscal 2016, the country’s steel industry is the worst of all the 16 sectors monitored by the Reserve Bank of India for bad loans. Its stressed asset ratio is at a 16-year high of 11.5 per cent of the outstanding lending as of March end.Though no deal size or structure has been explicitly stated, the news outlet reported that PE firms namely the KKR & Co and Aion Capital Partners were scouting for equity investments. Aion, the source confirmed, was on the look out for stakes in India’s ferrous and non ferrous metal companies.Their target so far are billionaire Lakshmi Mittal-backed Uttam Galva Steels and Bhushan Steel, while Aion is also eyeing a stake in Electrosteel Steels. Bloomberg data revealed that the three firms alone had a combined debt of nearly $ 8.3 billion.Local units of global credit rating agencies have cut both Uttam Galva Steels and Bhushan steels’ ratings to lowest. While Uttam is slated to be in dafult or to go default soon, Bhushan Steel since October 2015 has deteriorated in its financial risk profile and delayed its debt servicing.The report highlighted that a few asset management companies and investors were also seeking joint ventures with lender banks to invest in the country’s stressed assets. It noted, Brookfield Asset Management Inc. was in talks with India’s biggest lender, State Bank of India on such investments.
Hermit crabs have a pretty good thing going. They make their home in discarded gastropod shells, and when they outgrow it, they just hop into a bigger one. This affords the crab protection from ocean predators, but some species have taken this a step further and adorn their shells with anemones. The two species have formed a symbiotic relationship. So, what happens when the crab needs to switch shells? That’s when it gets really cool.Having sea anemones living on its shell gives the crab an active defense against predators. All it has to do is retreat into the shell and let the stinging tentacles of the anemone ward off an attacker. Riding around on the crab’s shell is advantageous for the anemones too. The two animals share food, and being mobile allows an anemone to disperse its offspring more efficiently.When the time comes to swap shells, the hermit crab brings its old shell close and hops into the new one. It won’t leave the anemones behind, though. The video above shows the process of moving the anemones to the new shell. The crab tugs on the anemone and peels it off the old shell. Then it places the anemone on the new shell and it attaches itself with its adhesive foot, known as a basal disc. It will only detach from a shell when coaxed by a hermit crab.The species of hermit crabs that do this are toward the larger end of the scale, but are still only a few inches across. They’ve got room for between two and three small anemones at most. That’s still enough to scare away many of the crabs natural predators. Symbiosis is fascinating.
News | October 01, 2009 Boca Raton Community Hospital Voted in Top Five News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more October 1, 2009 – The Women’s Center – Center for Breast Care at Boca Raton Community Hospital has been named one of the nation’s Top Women’s Imaging Centers to Watch in 2009 by Imaging Technology News. The Center is joined by only four others in earning this accolade, including such preeminent institutions as Baylor University Medical Center and Vanderbilt Medical Center.The magazine’s annual review of hospitals and facilities recognizes the most advanced and “forward thinking” imaging centers. The honorees tend to be early adapters of new technology, participants in clinical trials and employ novel techniques and imaging systems.In bestowing the accolade to the Center for Breast Care, the magazine’s editors noted:• The Center’s focus on personalized breast care throughout all phases of the care cycle beginning with high-risk genetic testing and individualized prevention programs.• Imaging protocols developed by Kathy Schilling, M.D. to carry personalized care in the screening and diagnostic phase, staging and treatment planning.• A spectrum of imaging services including state-of-the-art mammography, Automated Breast Ultrasound, MRI, bone densitometry and PEM (positron emission mammography)• The first PEM-guided biopsy in the United States.• Operational efficiency with same-day evaluation and reporting.• Patient satisfaction scores in excess of 90 percent.• An emphasis on teamwork whereby comprehensive services surrounding breast care are delivered in one location.“I am proud of the Women’s Center and this tremendous accomplishment,” said Kathy Schilling, MD, medical director of Imaging and Intervention at the Center. “Every day, we strive to offer our patients the highest quality healthcare experience, coupled with access to state-of-the-art equipment, dedicated imaging specialists and breakthrough research, all in a compassionate, caring environment.” “We are extremely honored by this recognition and to be distinguished alongside some of the premier women’s imaging centers in the country,” said Joseph Kleinman M.D., chief of radiology at Boca Raton Community Hospital. “It is an apt reflection of the stellar skills of our physicians, nurses, technicians and support staff, and indicative of the cutting-edge imaging technology we offer to our patients.” “This is yet another testament to the quality and service our institution provides in women’s health, imaging and cancer care,” said Jerry Fedele, president and chief executive officer of Boca Raton Community Hospital. “It is most gratifying to see our program honored in such a notable fashion.” Imaging Technology News is the widest reaching provider of new product information, technology trends and application strategies in the fields of medical imaging and radiation technology with a circulation of 35,000 readers. The article, “Top Women’s Imaging Centers to Watch in 2009” was published in the September issue and can be viewed at www.ITNonline.net.For more information on the Women’s Center – Center for Breast Care or to schedule an appointment, please call 561.955.5000. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | July 11, 2019 FDA Clears Koios DS Breast 2.0 AI-based Software Koios Medical announced its second 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 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By Evie AndreouALL CYBC employee unions on Thursday expressed their opposition to a cabinet decision banning the public broadcaster from airing ads as of next year and want to have it reversed.In a joint statement, unions Evrik, Sytirik, Sidikek-Peo and the managerial personnel’s Sydipro, said they would “take every measure to ensure that the state broadcaster is able to provide full information to citizens.”The unions called for dialogue with Cybc’s board of directors with the sole aim of reaching a sound basis for the broadcaster’s economic independence. They also said they would seek meetings with state officials.They also called on the board of directors to submit Cybc’s budget for 2019 based on the law as it has been up to now, with advertisements.“The standing position of all unions but also of the Cybc was and will continue to be, that the advertising of products and services provide information to citizens as consumers and as such it is part of the role and mission of the public broadcasting service,” they said.Securing advertisements, they said, was also a motive for the production of competitive programmes.They also said that advertisements secure funds for the operation of the state broadcaster thus lightening the burden that falls on the shoulders of the taxpayer.The council of ministers decided earlier in the month to ban Cybc from airing paid advertising spots and engaging in telemarketing and approved an increase of the government grant in the organisation’s 2019 budget to offset the loss of revenue from advertising.The decision to ban commercial advertising on Cybc was on the grounds that public radio and television should not operate in competition to other channels. This exempts barter agreements, prizes, sponsorships and product placement as well as web-based advertisements.The broadcaster’s board of directors is said that have agreed to go ahead with an advertising-free model in exchange of the additional grant. You May LikeXoRead7 Best Foods to Cure Low Blood Pressure Naturally!XoReadUndoWarped SpeedCan You Name More State Capitals Than A 5th Grader?Warped SpeedUndoRealtor.comWhen Is the Best Time to Sell Your House? 5 Factors to ConsiderRealtor.comUndo Data is the new oil so watch out for mass mining – Netflix filmUndoFilm review: Child’s Play ***UndoHigh temperatures increase risk of firesUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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