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AMITV to launch Food Spin with Chef Aleem – a documentary series

first_img Login/Register With: Chef Aleem Syed – Photo by Steve Russell/Toronto Star Facebook Food Spin with Chef Aleem follows his day to day life as he whips through the streets of Toronto drawing culinary inspiration from his Indian roots, experimenting with new foods, and connecting with the community by sharing his story and creative dishes. He’s accomplished so much, but with many aspirations still on the horizon Aleem must contemplate: what’s next? TORONTO – Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) has announced that Food Spin with Chef Aleem – a documentary series following the life of Toronto food truck owner Aleem Syed – will premiere on November 29.A professionally trained chef, Aleem’s world was forever changed in 2008 when he was involved in a shooting accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down. His passion for food never waivered and he made it his mission to open a halal – and fully wheelchair accessible – food truck called the Holy Grill. Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter “Aleem’s passion and creativity shines through every aspect of his life, both in and out of the kitchen,” says John Melville, Vice-President of Programming and Production for AMI-tv. “We hope the audience will be inspired by his ability to overcome adversity and willingness to challenge societal norms.”To be accessible for those with sight loss the show features integrated described video – where Aleem describes his actions and surroundings during filming – eliminating the need for a secondary audio track.Food Spin with Chef Aleem is produced for AMI-tv by Fair-Play. The 13-epsiode series kicks off on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET. Full episodes will be available online after the initial broadcast.Follow Accessible Media on Twitter: @AccessibleMediaAbout Accessible Media Inc.AMI is a not-for-profit media company that entertains, informs and empowers Canadians who are blind or partially sighted. Operating three broadcast services, AMI-tv and AMI-audio in English and AMI-télé in French, AMI’s vision is to establish and support a voice for Canadians with disabilities, representing their interests, concerns and values through accessible media, reflection and portrayal. To learn more visit AMI.ca and AMItele.ca.last_img read more

Two students score cent percent in Isc

first_imgNew Delhi: Girls outshone boys in the ICSE Class 10 and 12 examination, with two students scoring 100 per cent marks.This is the first time that students have scored 100 per cent marks in the ISC exam. The results of the ICSE class 10 and ISC class 12 were announced on Tuesday by Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) chief executive and secretary Gerry Arathoon. While girls achieved a pass percentage of 99.05 per cent in class 10 examination as against 98.12 per cent by boys, the pass percentage achieved by girls in class 12 examination is 97.84 per cent as against 95.40 per cent of boys. Mumbai’s Juhi Rupesh Kajaria and Muktsar’s Manhar Bansal topped the class 10 ISCE examination with 99.60 per cent. The second rank has been shared by ten students with 99.40 per cent marks and the third rank has been shared by 24 students with 99.20 per cent marks. Kolkata’s Dewang Kumar Agarwal and Bengaluru’s Vibha Swaminathan topped the class 12 ISC examination with 100 per cent marks.last_img read more

UN agency IKEA campaign to brighten lives of thousands of refugees

The campaign – called “Brighter Lives for Refugees” and unveiled throughout February and March – saw the IKEA Foundation donate €1 to UNHCR for every light-emitting diode (LED) bulb purchased by an IKEA customer. The €10.8 million raised during the two-month initiative will now help improve the lives of 380,000 refugees in Bangladesh, Chad, Ethiopia and Jordan. IKEA’s campaign comes at a time of record-breaking displacement around the world amid proliferating crises and conflicts. According to UNHCR’s Mid-Year Trends 2014 Report, released earlier this year, war across large swathes of the Middle East and Africa in the first six months of 2014 forcibly displaced some 5.5 million people, bringing the number of people being helped by UNHCR to 46.3 million as of mid-2014 – some 3.4 million more than at the end of 2013 and a new record high. “The number of displaced people worldwide has, for the first time since World War II, exceeded 50 million people, including 13 million refugees who are under UNHCR’s care,” UN Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff confirmed in a press release. “In this context, the engagement of the public worldwide through our long-standing partner the IKEA Foundation has never been more important.” At night-time, a lack of light in refugee camps can severely impact the safety and security of refugees, particularly women and children, who remain vulnerable to violence and sexual abuse perpetrated under the cloak of darkness. In Jordan, the UN agency noted, some 11,000 Syrian refugees living in Azraq camp would now be able to move around safely after 500 solar streetlights and LED streetlights were installed. In refugee camps around Dollo Ado in Ethiopia, 40,000 solar lanterns – one per refugee family –and 240 streetlights are being delivered. Meanwhile, in Chad, over 13,000 refugee children have been enrolled in primary school. “I greatly appreciate the efforts of IKEA co-workers and the support of the customers who participated in this global campaign so that we can make the lives of thousands of refugees better and brighter,” concluded Mr. Aleinikoff. read more

Track and Field Ohio State struggles in NCAA indoor championship

Senior Zack Bazile competes in the long jump during a meet in the French Field House. Bazile has a chance to win the NCAA indoor national championship when Ohio State travels to the NCAA indoor national championships. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Lantern ReporterThe Ohio State men’s 4×400-meter-relay team, junior Sade Olatoye and senior Zack Bazile earned All-American honors for their performances at the NCAA National Championship in College Station, Texas, on Saturday.Ohio State also had several second-team All-Americans. Each competitor at the meet was guaranteed to be at least a second-team All-American.Men’s recapThe Ohio State men’s team scored six points at this year’s championship meet, doubling last year’s total of three points, but still finishing in 36th place overall.Senior Zack Bazile earned first-team All-American honors in long jump with a fourth-place finish with a jump of 7.96 meters. Texas A&M’s Will Williams broke the facility record with a first-place jump of 8.19 meters. The 4×400-meter-relay team also earned All-American honors. The team, made up of sophomore Asa Burke, junior Nick Gray, senior Drelan Bramwell and freshman Andre Jeff, finished eighth with a time of 3:05.70. USC’s team broke the NCAA record with a time of 3:00.77. Gray also placed 10th after posting a time of 20.82 seconds in the 200-meter dash. He missed the finals and a first-team All-American honor by just .03 seconds. Houston’s Elijah Hall broke the NCAA record with a time of 20.02 seconds.Senior Nick Demaline placed 10th in shot put with a throw of 19.24 meters. Last season, he came in sixth in the championships after throwing 19.44 meters.For the first time this season, senior Cole Gorski no-heighted. He finished in 16th place.Women’s recapOlatoye was the lone scorer on the Buckeyes’ women’s team, scoring three points and repeating as an indoor All-American for weight throw. She finished sixth with a heave of 22.14 meters. Minnesota’s Kaitlyn Long broke the facility record with a throw of 23.70 meters.Olatoye also finished 12th in shot put with a throw of 16.12 meters. Junior Karrington Winters returned from injury to the 4×400-meter-relay team. Winters, senior Beatrice Hannan, sophomore Syaira Richardson and senior Maggie Barrie finished 11th with a time of 3:33.70.Barrie posted a time of 53.28 seconds to finish 12th in the 400-meter dash. USC’s Kendall Ellis and Kentucky’s Sydney Mclaughlin both broke the previous NCAA record at 50.46 seconds. Ellis now owns the record with a time of 50.34.Ohio State’s indoor season has concluded, but its outdoor season begins next weekend at Central Florida’s Black and Gold Challenge in Orlando, Florida. read more

Urban Meyer Were not at the point that we can start overlooking

The No. 8 Ohio State Buckeyes (6-0) will open divisional play this weekend, when they travel to Bloomington, Ind., to face the Indiana Hoosiers (2-3). First-year coach Urban Meyer talked about the upcoming challenge the Hoosiers might present, last weekend’s game against Nebraska and recruiting at the weekly Big Ten football coaches’ teleconference Tuesday. Looking past the Hoosiers? After back-to-back wins against ranked opponents, including a 63-38 drubbing of then-No. 21 Nebraska last weekend, the Buckeyes seem to be a confident bunch. But are they too confident? Meyer said it’s important for his team to realize there is plenty of football to be played before they can be considered a great team. “These kids are 6-0 and a lot of people are telling them how good they are,” Meyer said. “Quite honestly, we have a long way to go.” It is something that, arguably, happens every year in college football. Teams can win a big game against a ranked team, ride that high all week, and then lose to an inferior opponent that they underestimate a week later. Meyer said, however, that he is not concerned with his team’s focus as they prepare for an Indiana team that has lost its last three games. “We’re not at the point that we can start overlooking anybody,” Meyer said. “I’m concerned about execution and stopping them, not overlooking them.” Last week’s win bodes well for the future Last Saturday’s win against Nebraska could have major implications on the OSU football program for years to come. Meyer wasn’t able to give an exact number of recruits in attendance, but said that “there were a lot” of prospective Buckeyes in the Horseshoe last Saturday. Meyer also said the atmosphere in the stadium during the Buckeyes’ blowout left an impression of some of the nation’s elite high school prospects. “It’s a little risky sometimes to have a bunch of recruits come in on a big game, because if you fail and you lose, it’s miserable,” Meyer said. “The atmosphere was tremendous. The way we won in the second half, that was very critical for recruiting.” Miller, the Heisman Hopeful? As one of college football’s leaders in rushing yards per game, and the quarterback of the Big Ten’s only unbeaten team, sophomore Braxton Miller is gaining hype as a Heisman Trophy contender. “He’s one of the best players in the college game,” said Indiana coach Kevin Wilson. Wilson did say that, “there are better players out there,” but pointed out that the sophomore quarterback will only improve as he grows into Meyer’s system. “He’s young,” Wilson said. “Knowing a little bit about him, and knowing the coach that he’s got, he will get better and better. You’re not seeing the best of him.” A key component in winning the Heisman Trophy is having big games on big stages against ranked opponents. Miller might have done that last Saturday, rushing for a career-high 186 yards and scoring two touchdowns in a win against Nebraska. Nebraska coach Bo Pelini, however, was not willing to anoint Miller as a favorite for college football’s most prestigious individual award. “That’s up to you guys,” Pelini said. read more

Explainer Why has a minor accident involving the Garda Commissioner attracted controversy

first_img By Stephen McDermott Garda Commissioner Drew Harris Share350 Tweet Email2 46,141 Views Explainer: Why has a minor accident involving the Garda Commissioner attracted controversy? Details of the accident at Garda headquarters emerged over the weekend. GARDAÍ ARE FACING calls to clarify details of a security operation involving Drew Harris after a vehicle escorting the Commissioner crashed outside Garda headquarters.Details of the incident emerged over the weekend, when it was discovered that a P0lice Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) vehicle carrying Harris rammed a barrier at the Phoenix Park last month.Although there were no major injuries, the episode has brought controversy upon the Commissioner, who faced questions about his links to the PSNI before his appointment.The Minister for Justice has backed Harris, while gardaí and the PSNI have both said they are satisfied that normal procedures were followed during the escort.But opposition TDs and security analysts have both called on the Commissioner to clarify what he was doing in a PSNI vehicle and asked whether his security detail was safe, appropriate, or even legal.Here’s how the incident has played out so far, and what its implications are.Border crossingOver the weekend, reports emerged that a PSNI vehicle carrying Commissioner Drew Harris hit a barrier outside Garda HQ in Dublin last month.Because the incident took place during a security operation, both gardaí and the PSNI have remained tight-lipped about events that led to the crash, so it’s difficult to say with complete certainty what happened.However, there has been enough consistency in aspects of media reports that have allowed the public to piece together what took place.On March 25, the Commissioner was travelling from Northern Ireland to the Republic of Ireland in a PSNI vehicle.Upon reaching the border, it is understood the vehicle carrying Harris was met by gardaí and travelled in convoy to Dublin without stopping – in other words, the Commissioner remained in the PSNI vehicle, with members of that force, the whole time.When the convoy reached the Phoenix Park, it’s believed that the gatekeeper didn’t recognise the car Harris was travelling in because they weren’t informed that that the Commissioner was in it.At some point, the gatekeeper is understood to have activated a spring-loaded security bollard to stop the car from entering Garda HQ, which caused damage to the front of the vehicle.No major injuries were caused during the incident, and Harris attended a meeting of the Joint Policing Committee in Galway later that day.Potential targetBut despite the minor nature of the accident, the episode has led to concerns about how security is being provided to Harris and managed across the border in general.Under normal operating procedures, it’s claimed that Harris would be transferred from a PSNI vehicle to a Garda vehicle at or near the border with the Republic of Ireland.In this instance, it appears that once the PSNI vehicle reached the border, it continued into the Republic with Harris and members of PSNI on board.Security analyst Tom Clonan tells TheJournal.ie that because of the change in jurisdiction, the border region is the most vulnerable area, a “weak link” for security.“They should have been travelling by air, by helicopter,” he says.“I don’t know why they weren’t. A few people have been killed over the years being moved from one vehicle to another.”Clonan also describes how, as a former Deputy Chief Constable of the PSNI, Harris is a target for dissident republicans on both sides of the border.As a high-ranking garda and former police officer, he says the Commissioner would have been travelling with the armed Close Protection Unit in Northern Ireland.“There’s no way they would have driven anywhere in Northern Ireland without him on board,” he says.“There were members of the PSNI Close Protection Unit carrying weapons in Ireland. And they are not allowed to do that under law. Legal implicationsSinn Féin justice spokesman Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire also expressed concerns about the operation, saying that if it went as described, it did so against normal procedures.“[It] raises a series of questions about why standard procedure was abandoned, whether the gardaí on duty at the Phoenix Park were informed of this and if not, why not?” he said in a statement yesterday.PSNI officers carry weapons at all times, so any vehicle carrying members of the force into Ireland would have also been carrying weapons as a result – which would be illegal under Irish law.Gardaí and the PSNI have since claimed that security arrangements for the escort were in line with standard practice.But Clonan says this explanation isn’t good enough, because Harris, as the Garda Commissioner, is the person with the ultimate responsibility for upholding Irish law.“Something that is unlawful is not satisfactory,” he says.Just because a policeman says it, doesn’t make it lawful. All Irish people have a right to know who has been carrying firearms in the jurisdiction.“If he was in a vehicle where people were carrying weapons, he should put his hand up and say it happened and clarify why.”Authorised weaponsTo counter this, it has been suggested that other foreign security forces – such as the US Secret Service – have been allowed to use firearms in the Republic of Ireland in recent years.However, such a move would require authorisation from the Minister for Justice, who can give permission to visiting officers to carry weapons on an exceptional basis.In a statement this morning, Charlie Flanagan offered his support to both police forces while also appearing himself to distance himself from the incident.The Minister acknowledged the reciprocal arrangements between gardaí and the PSNI for those travelling between both jurisdictions, saying they are “practical” and “risk-based”.But he added: “Having said that, I understand that there has been a minor incident involving a car travelling at about walking pace.“I am advised that the travel and security arrangements on this occasion were in line with standard practice.”It would certainly appear that if the PSNI officers in the vehicle carrying Harris were carrying weapons, the Minister did not give any authorisation for them to do so.Former employersThe incident also has implications for how cross-border security is being managed by gardaí and the PSNI.Following reports over the weekend, those potentially targeting Harris are now aware of his preference for travelling by road across the border – something he does frequently.Both forces now have to reconsider how the Commissioner travels to and from Northern Ireland to avoid any safety risks in future.“It raises serious questions about his security and they need to figure out a way of keeping him safe,” Clonan says.He adds that the Irish people also deserve an explanation for what happened, particularly what who was in the vehicle with Harris and how they returned to Northern Ireland.“If you put gardaí in Northern Ireland, unionists would go bananas – and rightly so. It would undermine their territorial integrity and sovereignty.”Clonan also suggests there are wider consequences if Harris doesn’t explain himself.“One of the reasons Drew Harris was appointed as Commissioner was to restore confidence in gardaí,” he says.“While he’s in that role, we must have clarity. We need to demand it of him.”Harris spent much of the lead-up to his appointment playing down claims that he is too close to his former employers.While he has managed to side-step such accusations during his first six months in the job, this controversy will have done him no favours. Monday 8 Apr 2019, 5:45 PM Short URLcenter_img Apr 8th 2019, 5:45 PM https://jrnl.ie/4581442 77 Comments It’s a violation of our sovereignty, and an unlawful and illegal act. Image: PA Archive/PA Images Garda Commissioner Drew Harris Image: PA Archive/PA Images Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Plans for new tourism strategy

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Tourism Minister Olga Kefaloyianni presented a new strategy plan for 2013, which includes the active participation of professionals in the tourism industry, in Athens this week. Kefaloyianni said that one of the main targets of the proposal is a complete revamp of the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO), announcing a shake-up in its bureaus abroad and the modernisation of the inspection process of tourism enterprises. GNTO General Secretary Nikos Karahalios added that the plan provides for 17 projects to be launched within 60 days. Promotional activities include visits to Berlin, Hannover, Cologne and Frankfurt, where Karahalios will meet representatives of Germany’s biggest tour operators (TUI, Thomas Cook, REWE) to discuss joint initiatives. The GNTO’s promotion budget for next year has been reduced to 10 million euros, but the ministry will be seeking ways to increase this figure.last_img read more

Un nouveau séisme secoue la NouvelleZélande

first_imgUn nouveau séisme secoue la Nouvelle-ZélandeChristchurch, Nouvelle-Zélande – Un séisme a secoué mardi la ville de Christchurch, dans le sud de la Nouvelle-Zélande. Une violente réplique du puissant tremblement de terre qui avait touché la région le 4 septembre dernier.Cette réplique de magnitude 5 est l’une des plus fortes parmi les centaines d’autres qui ont secoué la ville depuis le séisme de magnitude 7 qui, s’il avait entraîné d’importants dégâts matériels, n’avait fait aucune victime.À lire aussiUn village de Nouvelle-Zélande veut bannir les chats pour protéger sa fauneCette fois, seuls des dégâts mineurs sur des bâtiments sont évoqués, comme de nombreuses coupures d’électricité. Par précaution, plusieurs bâtiments publics ont également été évacués. L’épicentre de cette réplique a été localisé à douze kilomètres de Christchurch, à seulement neuf kilomètres de profondeur, a précisé l’agence géologique de Nouvelle-Zélande GNS Science.Lors d’une conférence de presse, le Premier ministre John Key a expliqué être surtout préoccupé pour les habitants paniqués de la ville qui “veulent juste que les répliques s’arrêtent”. Depuis le 4 septembre dernier, 2.000 secousses ont en effet été enregistrées.Le 19 octobre 2010 à 15:18 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Le bac à légumes un nid à bactéries dans votre réfrigérateur

first_imgLe bac à légumes, un nid à bactéries dans votre réfrigérateur ?Selon une récente étude britannique, le tiroir spécialement conçu pour accueillir les légumes dans le réfrigérateur pourrait contenir jusqu’à 750 fois la concentration de bactéries considérée comme sûre. Des micro-organismes parmi lesquels peuvent se trouver des E.coli, des listéria ou encore des salmonelles. Une moyenne de 7.850 colonies de bactéries par centimètre carré. C’est le résultat qu’ont obtenu des chercheurs pour la société Microban Europe basée à Cannock au Royaume-Uni en analysant des échantillons qu’ils avaient prélevés. Mais si ce chiffre apparait déjà inquiétant, il l’est d’autant plus lorsque l’on apprend d’où provenaient les fameux échantillons. Ceux-ci ont été extraits des bacs à légumes de 30 réfrigérateurs. Or, parmi les micro-organismes identifiés figuraient notamment E.coli, des espèces de la famille listeria ou encore des salmonelles. Trois types de bactéries qui peuvent s’avérer très dangereux  pour la santé, voire dans certains cas mortels. D’après les estimations des chercheurs, la concentration de ces organismes dépassait ainsi de plus de 750 fois la limite considérée comme sûre. En Europe, la recommandation pour les préparations alimentaires et les surfaces en contact a en effet été fixée à entre 0 et 10 colonies bactériennes par centimètre carré. Paul McDonnell de Microban Europe qui a commissionné l’enquête explique : “La mission d’un réfrigérateur est de garder la nourriture en sécurité et de minimiser les chances que des bactéries ou des moisissures se développent. Il est donc inquiétant que dans certains il y ait clairement un problème substantiel, comme les recherches l’ont indiqué”. Cité par le Daily Mail, il précise également : “Les faibles températures des réfrigérateurs va seulement inhiber la croissance des bactéries en complément avec un nettoyage régulier. Quand les bactéries ont un coup de pouce et qu’aucun nettoyage n’est fait, elles vont se mettre à multiplier”. Or, du fait des tiroirs, il fait moins froid dans le bac à légumes que dans le reste du réfrigérateur, favorisant donc davantage la croissance des micro-organismes.  Un nettoyage régulier nécessaire À lire aussiErysipèle : contagion, traitement, de quoi s’agit-il ?D’après Microban Europe qui commercialisent des systèmes antibactériens, cette étude vient ainsi confirmer de précédentes enquêtes qui suggéraient des habitudes de nettoyage variées chez les utilisateurs. “Certains propriétaires de réfrigérateurs vident régulièrement toute la nourriture du réfrigérateur, essuient l’intérieur et nettoient séparément le bac à légumes. Cependant, certains ne sont effectivement jamais nettoyés, et c’est probablement là qu’intervient le problème”, confirme Paul McDonnell. Néanmoins, certains fabricants équipent aujourd’hui leurs produits de différents modes de protection contre les bactéries tels que des filtres à air spécifiques ou des surfaces plastiques qui minimisent les odeurs et freinent la prolifération potentielle de bactéries. Pour autant, ces dispositifs ne dispensent pas de la nécessité de régulièrement nettoyer son réfrigérateur, souligne l’étude. Le 19 octobre 2011 à 16:18 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Man pleads guilty in insurance fraud case

first_imgA Vancouver man pleaded guilty to first-degree theft after an investigation revealed he filed more than $6,000 in false insurance claims.Brad Burmester, 51, was charged with filing false insurance claims and first-degree theft, a felony, after an investigation by Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler’s Criminal Investigations Unit. Burmester pleaded guilty in King County Superior Court and will serve 100 hours of community service and pay $600 in court fees. He also paid $6,569 in restitution to Pemco Insurance.Burmester, who operated a business called Alligator Auto Glass out of his former Kirkland home, filed 15 false claims with Pemco Insurance for windshield or window repairs, according to the investigation. All 15 false claims were on behalf of people who were staff or parents of students at Juanita High School, where Burmester worked as a security guard and coach, according to the investigation.Students who park at the school are required to provide their insurance and vehicle information to receive a parking pass. Burmester had access to that information, according to the insurance commissioner’s office.Pemco began investigating the claims in March and referred the case to the insurance commissioner, as required by state law. Burmester resigned from his job at Juanita High School in April.last_img read more

Hasina to head the polltime govt Quader

first_imgObaidul QuaderRuling Bangladesh Awami League (AL) general secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said the present government is determined to resist any types of attacks on the minority community as it is a criminal offense, reports BSS.”No one including AL activists will be spared if they are involved in such criminal offense…The present government under the dynamic leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina is committed to resist any types of terrorist acts,” he said while speaking at a function held Ramakrishna Mission ground in city’s Gopibagh area.Jatiya Party (JP) presidium member Kazi Firoj Rashid MP addressed the function as the guest of honour with Mission Executive Committee president Gouragopal Shaha in the chair.Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla and Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK) chairman Md Abdur Rahman were present as special guests while eminent writer and researcher Syed Abul Maksud, Engineer Sarwar Kaynat Md Nur, Ramakrishna Math Moharaja Swami Ameyananda Moharaj and Swami Dhrobeshananda, among others, addressed the programme.Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, said, “We should remain alert as the conspirators are hatching conspiracy by torching the houses of minority community and carrying out repression on them ahead of the next parliament elections.”He said the next general elections will be held as per the constitution.Prime minister Sheikh Hasina will be the government’s chief during the election period similar to other democratic countries across the world.Administrations, law enforcers and other organisations related to election will work under the supervision of election commission after declaration of polls schedule, he added.The AL general secretary said a vested quarter is trying to ruin the relation between Bangladesh and India.”But, I want to say them that they are living in fool’s paradise as the relation was established through the sacrifice of Indian soldiers during the Liberation War of Bangladesh…Our prime minister Sheikh Hasina and her counterpart Narendra Modi have given the relation of the two countries a new dimension,” the minister said.Earlier, Quader inaugurated the construction works of proposed Bibekananda Bhaban.last_img read more

Protein in zebrafish found to keep out sperm of other fish

first_imgA small team of researchers with the Vienna Biocenter has discovered that a protein that exists on the exterior of zebrafish eggs acts as a sentry—allowing only sperm from zebrafish to enter. In their paper published in the journal Science, the group describes discovering the protein and the way they tested its purpose. Ruth Lehmann with the NYU School of Medicine writes a Perspective piece on the work done by the team in the same journal issue. Journal information: Science This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further More information: Sarah Herberg et al. The Ly6/uPAR protein Bouncer is necessary and sufficient for species-specific fertilization, Science (2018). DOI: 10.1126/science.aat7113AbstractFertilization is fundamental for sexual reproduction, yet its molecular mechanisms are poorly understood. We found that an oocyte-expressed Ly6/uPAR protein, which we call Bouncer, is a crucial fertilization factor in zebrafish. Membrane-bound Bouncer mediates sperm-egg binding and is thus essential for sperm entry into the egg. Remarkably, Bouncer not only is required for sperm-egg interaction but is also sufficient to allow cross-species fertilization between zebrafish and medaka, two fish species that diverged more than 200 million years ago. Our study thus identifies Bouncer as a key determinant of species-specific fertilization in fish. Bouncer’s closest homolog in tetrapods, SPACA4, is restricted to the male germline in internally fertilizing vertebrates, which suggests that our findings in fish have relevance to human biology. Infertility mechanism in males identified Citation: Protein in zebrafish found to keep out sperm of other fish (2018, September 7) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-09-protein-zebrafish-sperm-fish.html © 2018 Phys.org For fish like the zebrafish, it is important to protect eggs from fertilization by other fish species—this is because they lay their eggs in the water. The eggs are subsequently fertilized by sperm that males eject into the water. The researchers in this new effort have found the mechanism involved—the fish produce a protein that serves as a gatekeeper, allowing only zebrafish sperm to enter.The researchers discovered the protein as they were conducting a study of the zebrafish genome—they found a gene responsible for producing a previously unknown 80 amino acid protein. Because of its location in the genome, the researchers suspected it was involved in reproduction. The discovery led them to design and carry out experiments to determine its purpose.The researchers used CRISPR to engineer test zebrafish that produce a homolog of a protein from another fish species—medaka. This allowed medaka sperm to fertilize eggs from the test zebrafish, but blocked the zebrafish sperm. This established that the purpose of the protein was to serve a gatekeeper, which is why they named it Bouncer.The results are important, Lehmann notes, because they bring scientists closer to understanding species-specific fertilization. She further notes that despite efforts by researchers over the years, the mechanism by which an egg and sperm produce a zygote is still not very well understood. Therefore, any new piece of information is important. The researchers plan to continue their study of Bouncer, with a specific goal of determining the bonding factors that come into play between egg and sperm.last_img read more

What does Warmack bring to the table that makes hi

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Nicknamed the Hermit State, it’s an isolated country, almost entirely untouched by tourists (fewer than 2000 foreign visitors are admitted each year).North Korea was formed in 1948, when the Korean Peninsula was divided into north and south following the Korean War and has been off limits to outsiders ever since. Considered the last true outpost of communism, North Korea makes a very unique travel experience to a place which in some ways resembles George Orwell’s vision of the state controlled future in his book 1984. Today Kim Jong-un continues the ideological regime of his father, whom the DPRK’s people refer to in revered tones as Mr Kim.What is there to see?Most visitors will spend the majority of their time in capital Pyongyang, reportedly one the strangest cities on the planet. Its most obvious attractions are its vast architectural wonders, including statues, towers and buildings that were created to showcase the achievements of the Kim rule, offering a fascinating insight into the products of a totalitarian dictatorship. BBC Radio broadcaster, Andy Kershaw, describes North Korea as “the greatest possible adventure” and “mind-blowingly wonderful”. (Listen to his fascinating radio documentary about North Korea here).Some itineraries can be extended to also include a visit to Paekdusan, the highest mountain in the country at 2744m and one of the most impressive sites on the Korean Peninsula, with a vast crater lake in the centre. There are also chances to visit the incredible spectacle of the Mass Games (which involves 100,000 performers) and the hot springs resort of Nampo.Danger and difficultyEven outwith the present heightened state of security, independent travel in North Korea is impossible. 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(Read more: Life and Travel in North Korea: 9 secrets of the Hermit Kingdom).What’s the current situation?Despite the current tensions, with the North Korean government issuing warnings that it cannot guarantee the safety of foreign nationals in the event of the outbreak of war, the UK Foreign Office says: “Our overall assessment is that there is currently no immediate increased risk or danger to those living in or travelling to the DPRK as a result of these statements.”Koryo Tours, the leading travel company specialising in travel to the DPRK are currently still operating as normal.Should I visit North Korea?Apart from the obvious threat of nuclear war, there are some who believe North Korea should be boycotted by visitors due to suspected human rights abuses. 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