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  • Abenaki town crier in Ottawa unveils new talking stick

    first_imgRicher has one message for anyone who knows where his stick might be.“The person who has found it at some point will that it is not his or hers to keep,” he said.“So hopefully they will return it.”abernard@aptn.ca@Abernardnews Amber BernardAPTN NewsA year after Daniel Richer had his original talking stick stolen, the Abenaki town crier in Ottawa is ready to rock with his new one.“I was filming a TV show at Major’s Hill Park in Ottawa and while we were doing a shoot, somebody stole my talking stick.”The unfortunate loss didn’t stop him and with the help of a friend he designed another one.Richer remembers the day his talking stick disappeared, “well a year ago exactly, actually.”Danou Charette a wood carver heard about Richer’s loss and decided to help.“I know he lost his talking stick. So when I realized that, I called him and said ‘Daniel if you dream of something else, another talking stick just give me a call and we can talk about,’” said Charette.Richer did exactly that and the two designed a new one.Richer believes everything happens for a reason and had been dreaming about a new design a couple years prior.“Well you know when things happen to us we have a choice of stopping and not going forward anymore.”“Or we take it as a learning process and motivation to go forward,” he said. The new talking stick made its first appearance to group of summer students Wednesday.Those who attended the ceremony were able to get a good look at the new talking stick and one student was happy Richer shared the experience with her camp.“I liked the talking stick and I really enjoyed everything,” said Abigail Collins.While the new talking stick is already having a positive impact, Richer still awaits the return of his original one.“I hope one day I’ll find my other talking stick, because it is a part of me. It went all around the world with me,” he said.Richer tells APTN News, the energy of the original talking stick is close to his heart.“There’s an energy that’s been there for years, I’ve been doing this for 38 years. The friend who gave it to me has passed away and so his energy is there,” he said.“My parents were there when I had it, they have now passed on. My wife was with me, she has now passed on.”last_img read more

  • Only I can make India strong superpower Modi

    first_imgSolapur (Maharashtra): Appealing people to vote for a strong government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said only he can provide a strong government at the Centre and make it a superpower. “Last time (2014) you gave me a full majority and I could work with full strength to take firm decisions and work for public welfare. You have witnessed how I ran the country past five years,” Modi said, addressing a rally here in Maharashtra. He said that for making India a superpower, the country needs a sturdy government, not a “majboor” (helpless) one, and that tough one only he (Modi) can provide, not the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party. Modi was addressing a public rally in Akluj for the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate from Madha Lok Sabha constituency, royal descendent Ranjitsinh Naik-Nimbalkar, who is locking horns with NCP’s Sanjay Shinde.last_img read more

  • Gallery Mens Basketball vs Penn State

    Ohio State junior forward Andre Wesson (24) takes a shot in the first half of the game against Penn State on Feb. 7. Ohio State won 74-70. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior Lantern Reporter The Ohio State Men’s Basketball team beat Penn State 74-70 at the Schottenstein Center on Feb. 7. Photos by Ethan Clewell

  • China continues to drive strong mediumterm demand for steel

    first_imgRecognising that a modern economy runs on reliable roads, rail, electricity networks and telecommunications, the Chinese government has promoted infrastructure development as a top domestic priority. As a result, China’s demand for steel and copper has risen, apart from a two-year blip in 2008 and 2009, at a high rate since the turn of the century. Over the years, detailed analysis of this continually-evolving scenario has been well-documented in the series of UNCTAD Iron Ore reports prepared by Raw Materials Group. For the first time this year, this unique report has been translated by the China Iron and Steel Association (CISA) and launched into the Chinese market itself.As RMG highlights in the report, China recently overtook the US and Europe to become the world’s largest investor in infrastructure. Between 1992 and 2011 the country spent the equivalent of 8.5% of its GDP on infrastructure (split roughly one-third each on roads, on power, and on rail, water etc). This contrasts with just 2.5% of GDP spent on infrastructure by the US and Europe. According to the government’s plans, China’s railways will be 54% more extensive by 2015 (at 120,000 km) than they were in 2007, and the road infrastructure will have grown 157% to some 139,000 km.During his invited key presentation at the China Iron Ore and Steel Association’s 13th China International Steel and Raw Materials Conference in Qingdao, Anton Lӧf; COO of Raw Materials Group; explained; “The demand for metals is not driven just by economic growth; population growth and urbanisation are also important factors in metals consumption. China’s growing population of over one billion is only 55% urbanised (compared with India’s 65% and Brazil’s 70%); indicating that demand for steel (iron ore) and copper is likely to continue growing significantly in the years ahead.”Significantly, China is unable to satisfy these metals requirements from its own resources, so opportunities will remain for exporters to the country. Moreover, iron ore and copper are good bellwethers for the entire mining industry. Demand for these metals will inevitably affect coal and other natural resources.Lӧf concluded; “The steel growth figures, although somewhat lower than previously, will, as overall production remains high, result in more iron ore capacity being needed on-stream in the coming years, than in the early years of the ‘super cycle.’ With such important analysis, we are pleased that CISA has taken it upon itself to translate the UNCTAD iron ore market report produced by RMG since 2002. Collaboration between Raw Materials Group and CISA commenced many years ago, and this is just the latest exciting outcome of our fruitful cooperation.”last_img read more

  • Geek deals 520 Dell Inspiron 14z ultrabook 4TB USB 30 HDD more

    first_imgWhen it comes to ultrabooks, it’s hard to argue with the benefits they bring to the table. You get a PC that is guaranteed to be thin-and-light with respectable battery life and smooth performance. The technology requirements set in place by Intel for a PC to be called an ultrabook help ensure a strong overall experience for the user, something sorely needed in the PC space.Initially this also meant a higher price tag, as ultrabooks were more desirable, more rare, and more costly than a standard PC. The combination of dropping component prices, especially the pricier pieces like low voltage processors and flash storage, and huge competition are offering us all-time low prices on ultrabooks. These days we only qualify an ultrabook deal as smoking hot when it is roughly the same price as a comparably equipped “regular” laptop.And that’s what we’ve got as our top deal today: a Dell Inspiron 14z Core i5 ultrabook marked down to $519.99 with free shipping. This 0.81-inch thin machine packs a larger than average 14-inch screen and even manages to still keep its DVD burner. Today’s deal includes 6GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and a 32GB mSATA SSD.The strong list of standard features includes two USB 3.0 ports, Ethernet, HDMI, media card reader, Wireless-N, Bluetooth, and a webcam all in this slim, budget-priced machine. We especially like the standard warranty from Dell that includes on-site service, something we don’t see from competitors.Considering a plain-jane Core i5 laptop runs $500-550 these days, grabbing this well equipped ultrabook for the same price should be a no-brainer for most. You’ll have to hurry though, we don’t expect this deal to last very long.Dell Inspiron 14z 14-inch Core i5 ultrabook for $519.99 + free shipping (reg. $888.99 | use coupon 30FMBN5VQ4S920) Our other top deals:LG 60PN6500 60-inch 1080p Plasma HDTV for $799.99 + free shipping (reg. $1,149.99)Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013 (1 PC) download for $110.09 (reg. $149.99)Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 external hard drive for $159.99 + free shipping (reg. $199.99)last_img read more

  • Greek Australian Viet Vets honoured by Greek Community

    first_imgThe Greek Othodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria, (GOCMV) honoured the Greek Australian Vietnam War Veterans. Over 120 Greek Australian men served with the Australian Defence Forces between 1962 and 1972 in Vietnam. The author of Australians in the Vietnam War, also a Vietnam veteran, Steve Kyritsis was honoured at the event along with 17 of his comrades-in-arms. The president of the GOCMV Bill Papastergiadis presented plaques to all the veterans and on presenting Mr Kyritsis one he said, “What strikes me is the uniqueness of all these men’s stories and that they are told their stories in their own words providing us with an incredibly important legacy.” Mr Kyritsis also aknowledge Mr Papastergiadis with an apreciation plaque from all the Greek Australian Vietnam Veterans. He also aknowledge Mr George Lekakis, the Chairman of the Victorian Multicultural Commision, for his support in making the book a reality through funding. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

  • Man appears in court in Umpqua Bank robbery

    first_imgA 28-year-old man appeared Wednesday in Clark County Superior Court in connection with a robbery at a Vancouver Umpqua Bank branch in October.Justin D. Taylor of Vancouver — recently arrested on a warrant by the U.S. Marshal’s Service — pleaded not guilty to first-degree robbery. His trial will start Feb. 6.Shortly before 11 a.m. Oct. 21, a woman entered the Umpqua Bank at 11515 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd., and presented a note to the teller, which read, “Give me the money, don’t try anything, be (quick) and hurry, no sudden (movements),” according to a probable cause affidavit. The bank teller said after she saw the note, she stared at the robber and told her, “I can’t move.” The robber replied, “Yes you can,” the affidavit states. The teller noticed the woman had her hand in her purse, she said, and told her, “Don’t make me do something I don’t want to do.” She then gave the robber $473, court records said.Vancouver police responded to the bank and obtained video surveillance of the woman, as well as the note she left behind, according to court documents.last_img read more

  • Car crashes off roundabout through fence in front yard

    first_img Problems continue to circulate at the roundabout on Northeast 32nd Circle in Vancouver’s Parkside Neighborhood.At about 11:30 p.m. Thursday night, a silver car sped through the roundabout, crashed through a concrete-anchored metal post and took out a wooden fence in Jerry Sutherland’s front yard.The car then sped away, leaving part of its bumper behind.“It was a hit-and-run,” Sutherland said. “This traffic circle, what it looks like to me is they made us vulnerable to being crashed into.”The roundabout is one of three in the city of Vancouver’s Northeast 137th/138th Avenue Improvement Project. It is by far the most complained-about.There were no witnesses to the accident, but several residents heard the impact and then saw a silver vehicle leaving south on 137th Avenue, said Vancouver police spokeswoman Kim Kapp.Dan Swensen, a design and construction engineering manager at Vancouver Public Works, said the issue is one for the police and not the department. Jerry Sutherland stands next to the wreckage of his fence. A car sped through the roundabout at N.E. 32nd Circle on Thursday night and damaged a concrete-moored metal post and fence at his home. Sutherland said people are driving too fast and not following the signs at the new roundabout, and he’s worried about his safety.last_img read more

  • WILMINGTON REC REMINDERS Registration Now Open For Upholstery Workshop This Fall

    first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Recreation Department is holding an 8-week Upholstery Workshop on Thursday nights this fall — Thursday, September 19, 2019 through Thursday, November 14, 2019 (no class on Halloween), from 6:30pm to 9:30pm — in the Town Hall Auditorium.Give new life to a piece of your old furniture by learning to reupholster. You’ll cover your piece with new fabric, learn to tie springs and re-pad. A supply list will be provided as your project progresses. Be aware – you will have homework! The class motto is “If you can carry it, bring it!”The workshop, taught by instructor Louise Redcast, costs $75.If you have any questions or want to register, please visit the Recreation Department’s (http://www.wilmingtonma.gov/recreation), stop by Town Hall Room 8, or call the Department at 978-658-4270.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWILMINGTON REC REMINDERS: Registration Now Open For SNL Flag Football & Rec BasketballIn “Community”WILMINGTON REC REMINDERS: Day Trip To New York City On October 19In “Community”WILMINGTON REC REMINDERS: Kids Dreamcatcher Class On August 14In “Community”last_img read more

  • 2 killed in Sylhet road crash

    first_img2 killed in Sylhet road crashA pickup van’s driver and helper were killed as the vehicle turned turtle on Dhaka-Sylhet road in Lalbar area of South Surma upazila in Sylhet district on Wednesday afternoon.The deceased are Al-Amin, son of Sundar Ali from Sadhurgaon village in Biswanath upazila and his helper Samsuddin, 17, son of a certain Abul, resident of Gabindapur village of the same upazila, reports UNB.Locals said they saw the pickup van going upside down around 2:00pm, leaving Al-Amin dead on the spot and Samsuddin severely injured, right after crossing a motorcycle coming from the opposite direction.Later, they took Samsuddin to Sylhet Osmani Medical College Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.Dakkhin Surma police station officer-in-charge Khairul Fazal said the bodies were sent to the hospital’s morgue for autopsy.last_img read more

  • Preacher Gives Us a More Serious Origin Story

    first_img 11 Forgotten Vertigo Comics That Would Make Awesome TV ShowsThe Greatest Romances in Comic Book History Stay on target Preacher is typically a very fun show. It has funny, the well-written banter between the three main characters. It has goofy over-the-top violence, great music and a sense of style worthy of the comic book it’s based on. It can also get unexpectedly serious, and occasionally it can even pull those moments off. Last night’s episode was one of those times. After last week’s revelation that Tulip was married to Viktor, Jesse is in the darkest place we’ve seen him in for some time. He flies into a rage, and drags Viktor down to the torture room. All the while, Tulip is pleading with Jesse not to hurt Viktor. She was never in love with Viktor, and he never did anything wrong. She also tells him to remember what happened in Dallas. And that’s where we get our origin story.Not the origin story of how Jesse became The Preacher with The Word. We already saw that last season. This episode focused on how Tulip and Jesse’s relationship went sour, and how Jesse decided to become a Preacher in the first place. Even though this episode wasn’t as out-and-out fun as the show usually is, it was effective in other ways. It was full of well-shot moments of wordless storytelling. Yes, Preacher is capable of subtlety, and it can be pretty effective with it too. The flashback starts with Jesse and a pregnant Tulip on a mission. Back when they were together, they used to work different kinds of illegal jobs for a woman named Danny. During one such mission, they were fighting a man named Carlos. During the fight, Tulip lost the baby. They immediately stop taking jobs from Danny and settle into what passes for a normal life. Jesse works part time as a bartender, and Tulip is a real-estate agent assistant. For a few weeks.Ruth Negga as Tulip O’Hare, Paul Ben Victor as Viktor Kruglov (Photo Credit: Skip Bolen/AMC)This section is largely where the episode’s subtle storytelling moments come into play. Jesse has almost entirely lost his faith. He uses a bible to prop open the window while his neighbor smokes weed. Jesse is visibly annoyed that his friend keeps tearing pages out of the bible to roll with, but ignores it. At night, Tulip takes a pregnancy test, failing every time, and the two have rote passionless sex to try again. The cycle repeats faster and faster, and every time Jesse picks up a pregnancy test, he passes by a church. Slowly, you see him start to think about believing again. It starts with him turning the Bible upright in the window and soon, he prays with Tulip over the pregnancy test.John Wayne also figured heavily into the flashback. Jesse used to spend his days in front of the TV watching John Wayne movies. It was a nice reference to the comics, where Wayne often appears to Jesse to offer advice. Who knows whether the show will bring that part in, but this was a cool way to establish how important Wayne is to Jesse. That’s where his moral code comes from. The flashback scenes give us a satisfying answer to the question of what happened between Jesse and Tulip. Why are they exes? Why did Jesse become a preacher in the first place? As we learned last night, they weren’t happy. Jesse was drinking constantly, and Tulip lasted three weeks at her job before going back to working for Danny. Once Jesse found out about that (and that she’d secretly been taking birth control) he took his anger out on his stoner friend, beating him senseless. Jesse and Tulip all but stopped talking to one another. When Jesse learned his dad’s old church was empty (and in his name), he decided to move to Annville and become a Preacher.Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, Paul Ben Victor as Viktor Kruglov (Photo Credit: Alfonso Bresciani/AMC)This episode really focused on Jesse’s dark side. We’ve seen him get violent in the past, but not many episodes have taken him this far. Not only does he beat up a friend when he’s angry at Tulip, the modern-day part of the episode is all about whether he’s going to kill Viktor. As we see in the flashback, Tulip married Viktor because he was nice to her and Jesse was an asshole. Even when he knows Tulip’s not in trouble, he still wants to kill Viktor. He’s mad at Tulip for lying and is taking his anger out on someone else. Jesse, for all his faith and preaching, isn’t a good person. He has a dangerous, violent side that he can’t always control.And having Cassidy around doesn’t help. This is the first time we really get to see how much of a problem Cassidy is going to be. He offers to help Tulip by talking Jesse out of killing Viktor. That turns out to be a lie. Once he gets to Viktor’s house, he does everything he can to convince Jesse to kill, even though Jesse knows it would end his relationship with Tulip. For her part, Tulip knows that’s exactly what Cassidy is going to try, but doesn’t see his machinations as a problem. Jesse, to his credit, doesn’t kill Viktor and cuts his harness instead. There’s a weak attempt at levity when Jesse tells Tulip he “took Viktor down,” and Jesse thinks he killed him. Even though we still don’t know whether Viktor’s alive at that point, the awkward phrasing allows us to see the joke coming a mile away. It’s not as funny as the show wants it to be. But hey, Jesse and Tulip are OK for now. Viktor signed the divorce papers and Tulip’s now-former stepdaughter still has her dad.Joseph Gilgun as Cassidy (Photo Credit: Skip Bolen/AMC)That doesn’t last very long. It turns out the Saint of Killers tracked The Word to Viktor’s house, killing him. He’s about to kill the step-daughter, but she offers to take him to the Preacher. Looks like the trio will finally have to deal with him next week.This episode wasn’t as funny or fun as the rest of the season has been so far, but it was a fine hour of television anyway. Even without the ridiculous violence, Preacher can still tell a good story. Last night’s episode had some of the best directing of the series. They were able to tell a more low-key, serious story and still make it feel like Preacher. I’m definitely looking forward to things picking back up for next week though. This was a nice breather, but too much of it would make the series feel too slow. Even as interesting as the episode was, there were still a few scenes that went on unnecessarily long. But now, with the Saint of Killers back, next week shouldn’t have that problem. Plus, Cassidy is still around. His plot may have been foiled this week, but he’s still going to try to mess things up for Tulip and Jesse. We’ll have to keep an eye on him as the series goes on.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

  • Maybe your son finds solace in brothels

    first_imgMy ex husband is married and we are not in touch. I feel sad about the break up and miss him sometimes. I know he misses me too! What should I do?Neetu, New DelhiJust let go! Let go of the man who doesn’t belong to you anymore! You can always continue remaining good friends but don’t do anything drastic as he is now legally someone else’s husband. Emotions are difficult to control at times but we all have to act matured for a peaceful life. I know this will hurt but for a better tomorrow, you have to face this today! Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’We have found out that our only son visits brothels with his colleagues! This has completely shaken us up. How do we approach him and stop him?Mrs. Verma, HaryanaHow are you so sure about his whereabouts? Have you personally seen this? Firstly, I request you not to panic! If you are familiar with his friends, you can surely enquire in a friendly discussion and be alert. If the information is correct, as parents you’ll should try to have a heart-to-heart conversation with him. There must be a void that is leading him to do this. Understand that and in a peaceful way express your concerns. May be he will stop it the moment he realizes that his secret is out! Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixI have just realised that my wife is regularly keeping in touch with her ex-boyfriend. They have even met for coffee! I’m very hurt. Should I file for a divorce?Name withheldWhy are you even thinking of divorce? Did you confront your wife? You should be a friend and ask her to talk about it. She must be having her reasons and please, don’t suspect without a valid reason. Going out for coffee is no crime but hiding it from you is unfair! Take it easy. Talk it out and I’m sure this isn’t what you are reading it as. Trust your wife and have a transparent talk. Don’t fight! We are fixing our younger son’s marriage. This is arranged from the newspapers. We want to know the detailed info about this girl’s family from authentic sources. Could you suggest how we could go about with it?Singhvis, New DelhiThe most authentic way would be to engage a professional agency who in lieu of a fee will provide you with all relevant information of the family, its background and other relevant details of the prospective bride. Hire the agency and get the work done. But, the couple concerned should ideally spent quality time to analyze their compatibility; as that is something nobody else can find out. Just them. All the best!My baby girl is two months old. I’m not enjoying sex at all. I feel pain and feel very fatigued. My husband doesn’t seem to understand and insists on regular sex! How do I stop him? Help!Kavita, DehradunJust pack your bags and tell him that you want to stay with your parents for a few weeks as they want to enjoy this new phase of their life. As grandparents they want to have the honour of hosting the little one! This ideally should help you regain your comfort and once you are fresh, come back and have a great time.Have a love or life query you cannot find an answer to? Send your questions to – roopshashotm@gmail.comlast_img read more

  • Marilyn Monroes Iconic Pink Dress from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Opened a New

    first_imgThe most popular blonde beauty of all time, Marilyn Monroe was not only a talented actress but also a fashionista with a sweet tooth for extravagant pieces of clothing. Most of these were worn by Monroe in films or at photo shoots which produced memorable images of this actress that still catch the eye of the public today, triggering awe and admiration. In 1953, the year before the famous “flying skirt” photograph — a moment caught at the set of The Seven Year Itch, the movie starlet opened a new chapter in cinematic fashion with the pink strapless dress in the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.Publicity photo of Marilyn Monroe. Possibly for film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)This film was a 20th Century Fox musical romantic comedy directed by Howard Hawks, starring Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe, with Charles Coburn, Elliott Reid, Tommy Noonan, Taylor Holmes, and Norma Varden.Monroe’s role in the film will be best remembered due to her musical performance of the song “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” which was complemented with her seductive choreography and male suitors dressed in tuxedos. This unforgettable scene probably wouldn’t be so admired if it wasn’t for Monroe’s pink designer gown.Monroe in a publicity shot for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,The gown is described in the blog I Get a Kick Out of You as a classic product of American costume designer William Travilla “made out of peau d’ange, a sort of silk satin.”“The aim was to show the outline of the body, but for the dress to move with the body and not crease – which was rather difficult when Marilyn was moving up and down the stairs. Eventually, the silk satin was glued onto felt, with a black lining added to the back, to give it a stiffness. A huge butterfly bow was added at the back.”Gentlemen Prefer Blondes poster advertisement in Modern Screen magazine.A more profound insight into Monroe’s costume choice in the era of full skirts reveals an intriguing perspective. According to David Chierichetti, author of Hollywood Costume Design, the dominant style of enormously full skirts indeed made actresses’ waists seem smaller but that wasn’t satisfying enough to complete the impression they wanted to give — a fit and slender figure.Much like her female colleagues Betty Grable and Lauren Bacall from How to Marry a Millionaire, Monroe was dubious about wearing a full skirt because, as she said, it made her look bulky on screen. She insisted on tight skirts.Quotes from Marilyn MonroeTravilla respected her resistance and regarded Monroe to be a fashion-conscious star who deserved special treatment in terms of costume design. On one occasion, he admitted that sex symbols like Monroe can be quite complicated because their awareness of their strongest points makes them obsessive about maintaining that specific image for the public.Travilla also tasted a part of the stardom that followed this Hollywood film, when he received a shared Academy-Award nomination for the costume with the designer Charles LeMaire.Monroe was originally going to wear a pair of black opera gloves with black Salvatore Ferragamo pumps but Travilla decided to change the color of the gloves and shoes to match the gown.The glamorous dress has been replicated many times over the years and also became Madonna’s costume choice for the music video of her hit-song “Material Girl.” Madonna openly discussed her feeling of ultimate discomfort in the dress because it hindered her movements in the video, which were actually an imitation of Monroe’s choreography.According to The Telegraph, the magenta gown worn by Monroe was dubbed as “the most important Hollywood dress ever.” In 2010, it was included in a big auction of famous film props and costumes.Original Sketch of Marilyn Monroe wearing her pink dress for the musical Number ‘Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend.’ This sketch by William Travilla shows Monroe wearing matching pink gloves.It sold for $310,000 though later discussions by fashion historians cast doubt on it’s authenticity. Reportedly, Travilla’s notes about the costume revealed that two copies were made.Read another story from us: Marilyn Monroe: the Bookworm who Fantasized about Sleeping with Albert EinsteinThe dress was very long and since the shooting lasted for an entire day it easily got dirty and had to be replaced with a spare one. There was no digital retouching back then, so Monroe had to put on another dress when needed. Whatever the case with the authenticity of the sold dress, the one on screen is still considered one of the most significant hallmarks of glamour and cinematic fashion in history.last_img read more

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    first_img News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more Related Content News | February 18, 2009 Viztek Features Opal-ORTHO PACS at AAOS 2009 February 19, 2009 – Viztek will feature Opal-ORTHO PACS, especially designed for the orthopedic market, at the 2009 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting. Opal-ORTHO PACS is the orthopedic counterpart to the enterprise level, Web-based family of Opal PACS solutions. Opal-ORTHO features the same advanced tools as the original Opal-RAD PACS, in addition to specialized features for the orthopedic surgeon. The software features a pre-operative planning module and tools including integrated templating, distance and angle measurements and spine labeling. Additionally, Opal-ORTHO easily integrates with most EMR platforms, said the company. For more information: www.viztek.net FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more News | PACS | June 26, 2019 Mini-PACS Solution for Image Management and Workflow Optimization ImageGrid Mini is a feature-rich, reliable and cost-effective image management and workflow optimization solution, pr read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more last_img read more

  • Tajikistan adopts heavy tactics to quell warlords

    first_img Comments   Share   Battles with groups such as Ayombekov’s threaten the stability of a country that is important to U.S.-led military operations in Afghanistan and that is a main transit route for opium destined for Russia and Western Europe. Observers also worry that an eruption of sustained violence in Tajikistan could trigger unrest in neighboring Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, which also are key countries in the Afghan campaign as routes for military supply and withdrawal.Tajikistan’s security woes date back to the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union, when rival political groups jockeyed for power in violent street conflicts that burst into full-fledged civil war in 1992. More than 60,000 people are estimated to have been killed before an uneasy peace deal was reached in 1997.Under the U.N.-brokered deal, 30 percent of government posts were to be allocated to members of the United Tajik Opposition, an eclectic alliance that brought together Islamists, nationalists and democrats.Since then, authoritarian President Emomali Rakhmon’s government has diluted the terms of the agreement, pushing UTO members out of state positions and bolstering control over regions. Rakhmon’s two decade-long rule has been marked by persistent violations of democratic standards and suppression of political opposition. 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Rakhmatillo Zoirov, who leads the opposition National Social Democratic Party, said he did not believe the government account of events that led up to this week’s clashes.“The military operation in Khorog was nothing other than a decision by the authorities to once and for all get rid of Badakhshan’s informal leaders _ the former field commanders and fighters in the United Tajik Opposition,” Zoirov said.Eliminating former armed opposition leaders, many of whom are suspected radical Islamists, has emerged as a recurring policy in the government’s strategy to take the whole country back.In 2009, under the guise of a drug eradication drive, the army launched a military operation in the Rasht district, once a UTO stronghold, that culminated in the capture of several foreign fighters and the killing of former opposition commander Mirzo Ziyoyev.Another influential Rasht-based ex-warlord, Mirzokhodzha Akhmadov, later managed to defy government efforts to capture him and surprised many by brokering a murky deal with the authorities that has guaranteed his continued freedom.Tajikistan’s presence in a dangerous neighborhood makes the prospect of continued unrest an alarming one. 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Russian analysts closely follow events in the former Soviet state, which is currently embroiled in tense negotiations over a military base lease with Moscow, and have been predicting a possible downward spiral of instability across Central Asia after the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan starting in 2014.Vladimir Zarikhin, deputy director of the Moscow-based CIS Institute, said it was incumbent on President Rakhmon to gain effective control over Gorno-Badakhshan, which covers around half the country, to avoid a descent into complete collapse.“He is perfectly entitled to do that, since he understands that if he doesn’t take complete control before the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, he could lose that half of the country,” Zarikhin said.—Leonard reported from Almaty, Kazakhstan.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Ayombekov, 46, was a rebel leader during the civil war and was later appointed a commander of the border police on a section of Tajikistan’s 1,200-kilometer (750-mile) frontier with Afghanistan. But observers say he and his forces exert strong informal influence over his native Gorno-Badakhshan region, where deeply impoverished villages nestle among some of the world’s highest mountains.The warlord culture is extensive in Tajikistan, reflecting how local loyalties trump trust of the government and the desire of impoverished men to find income outside legal means.Authorities accuse Ayombekov, the suspected ringleader of a tobacco-running operation, of being behind last week’s murder of Abdullo Nazarov, a general in Tajikistan’s national intelligence service. 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