NEW DELHI: Special arrangements would be made for Delhi voters who are aged 100 and above on the polling day, including pick-up and drop facility, and they will be greeted at booths with bouquets and selfies to make them “feel like VVIPs”. Delhi goes to polls on May 12 and Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh said, there are 96 centenarian voters in the city, and women outnumber men in this category. “We have been trying for the last four months to identify all voters who are aged 100 or above. This is a first such initiative to cater to elderly voters who were born before Independence and have seen the first general elections in 1952. For us, they are VVIP voters and they will be treated as one,” said, Ranbir Singh. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesAccording to data shared by the Delhi CEO Office, there are 42 male centenarian voters and 54 female. “A senior officer will go to the house of each of these centenarian voters, residing nearest to the polling station in a constituency, and escort them to booths. They will also motivate them to vote unless they are bedridden and their health doesn’t permit,” the CEO said. “But, if such voters are still eager to vote despite their frailty, we will make all possible arrangements, to ensure they exercise their franchise. They will also be given priority in voting, so they don’t have to stand in line,” he said. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarAt polling stations they will be greeted with bouquets and polling staff would take selfies with them, Singh said. Among the centenarian voters on the electoral roll are 111-year-old Bachchan Singh, a resident of West Delhi’s Tilak Nagar and 110-year-old Ram Pyari Shankwar, who is suffering from age-related ailments for the last one decade and lives in East Delhi’s Kondli. “He has never missed out on voting as far as I can remember as he understands the value of even one ballot. He barely remembers things now since he suffered a stroke couple of months ago, though, he is able to walk and speak. So we will take him to the polling booth,” Bachchan Singh’s grandson, Gurucharan Singh, said. The Delhi CEO said, in keeping with the theme of ‘Accessible Elections’, proper facilities would be provided to the voter with disabilities. “For visually-challenged voters, a dummy sheet would be kept at the polling station, on which they can feel and get to know about the candidates, and the serial number before exercising their franchise,” Singh said. A facility for having a companion is also there, besides, wheelchair and ramp facilities would be provided for such voters. As many as 164 candidates are in the fray in Delhi, where the polls are largely being seen as a triangular contest among the AAP, BJP and the Congress. Of the over 1.43 crore voters in Delhi, 78,73,022 are male and 64,42,762 female, while 669 belong to the third gender. The number of overseas electors stands at 40 while the count of service voters is 11,005.
High drama was witnessed during a protest by Tamil Nadu fishermen pressing a-three-point-charter of demands against the Sri Lankan Government on Monday at Nungambakkam after two participants attempted self-immolation, the Deccan Chronicle reported.Fishermen from Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram, Nagapattinam, Thanjavur, Pudukottai, and Thoothukudi, participated in the demonstration. The firsherfolk objected to the barricading and attempted to go towards the diplomatic mission. Policemen convinced them to get into the vehicles kept to ferry them to shelters in police custody.As policemen were engrossed in removing the protesters from the spot, two participants – Felix Mary and Muniyasamy from Ramanathapuram district, doused themselves with kerosene. The police removed the duo to safety. The protesters who gathered at Valluvar Kottam marched towards the Sri Lankan Deputy High Commission at Nungambakkam. Security was in place to prevent them from going beyond Tank Bund Road. Following the protest by fisherfolk, the neighbouring island Government ordered the release of 27 Indian fishermen languishing in its prisons with immediate effect. The protesters were lodged in community and marriage halls at Nungambakkam, Thousand Lights and Choolaimedu. Those arrested were released in the evening. (Colombo Gazette)
The Ohio State men’s soccer team has had success thanks to great play from its goalkeepers, especially from redshirt freshman Matt Lampson. “He has been playing very well lately,” coach John Bluem said. “I think Matt has taken the position now, it’s going to be his and he is going to try and hold onto it.”The freshman stepped up early in the season and helped guide OSU to its best start in school history.A week ago, the Big Ten named Lampson the conference’s defensive player of the week because of his stellar play against Michigan State.On the season Lampson has three shutouts and .93 goals against average.But Lampson is not the only goalkeeper OSU has on its roster, and Bluem is confident in every one of the young keepers. The Buckeyes have three solid goalies who could potentially take the starting job.Other then Lampson, the Buckeyes have redshirt sophomore Ryan Dalton, who has been seeing more and more play time because of his solid play.OSU also has a true freshman in Alex Wimmer, who is ready to go when his number is called. Had Wimmer not been injured at the beginning of the season, he would have challenged for the starting spot.Coming into the season, Bluem worried his team might be inexperienced at goalie.“No worries anymore,” Bluem said. “Wimmer is ready to go if we need him, Dalton has played really well in the times we used him and Lampson is in really good form right now. I am very pleased at the way they have been playing.”The Buckeyes, however, are in the middle of a tough stretch of games.The team has lost its last two games, 3-0 to Akron and 1-0 to Northwestern. After the Northwestern loss, Bluem questioned the team’s level of effort.“It’s a tough stretch. Hopefully we can address some things and come out with a more intense effort,” Bluem said.With a full schedule ahead, the team wants get back on the field quickly and perform better. OSU is hoping that is the case when they face Cleveland State on Friday.Cleveland State (3-4-3) comes into the game struggling on offense, scoring only one goal in its last three games.But with 11 seniors and the entire defense returning, the Buckeyes will have to be ready.Friday’s match will be played at 5 p.m. at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Former OSU cornerback Gareon Conley speaks with the media on March 5 at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Credit: Ashley Nelson | Sports DirectorFormer Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley has been accused of rape that allegedly occurred on April 9 in a hotel in downtown Cleveland.TMZ Sports reported that the police report states the woman allegedly met Conley in an elevator at the Westin hotel and later was in the same room as Conley. In the report, she claims Conley unbuttoned her pants and began to have sex with her. The accuser told police that she said “No, stop. It hurts!” but Conley persisted until he was done. She claimed Conley then kicked her out of the room.No arrests have been made and no charges have been filed at this time. The investigation is ongoing.Conley’s attorney, Kevin Spellacy, told Cleveland 19 News that the allegations are “ludicrous and ridiculous.”The Lantern has submitted a public records request for the police report.
Elcora Advanced Materials Corp is developing graphene infused Lithium-ion batteries for fast charge applications. Graphene among other applications has exceptionally high electrical and thermal conductivity. Currently li-ion battery technology is restricted by recharging time which Elcora plans on addressing through the application of graphene properties. Given these characteristics graphene could significantly improve the performance of lithium-ion battery technology and result in a major impact in the future of Li-ion applications.Elcora is uniquely positioned to develop graphene infused Li-ion batteries for several reasons:Elcora produces high quality graphene in its advanced graphite processing facility on-demandElcora produces high purity Lithium-ion anode battery powder from the same facilityElcora’s supplies the feed-stock for both graphene and anode powder fabrication processesElcora has expertise in graphene and Lithium-ion battery technology and is presently working with strategic partners in development of applicationsElcora has its own in-house Lithium-Ion R&D Battery Lab.Elcora may improve Lithium-ion battery performance by optimizing thermal and electrical conductivity of the electrodes. Battery electrodes use carbon black as a conductivity promoter. The carbon black used in traditional electrodes may be replaced/supplemented with graphene produced using Elcora’s environmentally friendly processing techniques. The highly conductive graphene should influence charge transfer kinetics, allowing for faster charging times compared to conventional electrode formulations.Unlike carbon black, high-quality graphene has a relatively short shelf life (weeks if not days) and requires understanding of proper dispersion techniques. Elcora can produce its own graphene, that can be used in electrode formulation experiments immediately after fabrication. This synergy ensures that the graphene is of the highest quality before being infused into the battery electrode.Elcora’s goal is to develop proprietary battery technology that can store more capacity and deliver more power at lower cost.CEO Troy Grant: “We believe Elcora’s production of both graphene and anode powder along with our expertise and strategic relationships with third parties is a perfect fit to our end goal of addressing the energy storage market.”Elcora was founded in 2011 and has been structured to become a vertically integrated graphite and graphene company. Elcora mines, processes, and refines graphite. That graphite is converted to graphene or graphite powder for Li-ion batteries. As part of the vertical integration strategy, Elcora has secured high-grade graphite from its interest in the operation of the Ragedara mine in Sri Lanka, which is already in production. Elcora says it “has the tools and resources for graphite and graphene vertical integration.”
WorleyParsons Ltd has paid $3.3 billion to acquire Jacobs Engineering Group’s energy, chemicals and resources (ECR) business as it looks to create a “pre-eminent global player across hydrocarbons, chemicals and minerals and metals”.The transaction is expected to deliver approximately 50% earnings per share accretion on a financial year 2018 pro-forma basis after factoring in run-rate cost synergies, according to WorleyParsons.This deal continues the trend of consolidation in the engineering sector. Jacobs acquired CH2M Hill Cos ltd for $3.3 billion last year and Amec Foster Wheeler took over John Wood Group for some $2.9 billion around the same time.WorleyParsons CEO Andrew Wood said: “The transaction will bring complementary capabilities in key business lines, including a best-in-class onshore and downstream maintenance, modifications and operations capability, allowing customers to benefit from an expanded integrated solutions offering.”Following the completion of the transaction, Jacobs will be focused solely on two of its higher growth, higher margin lines of business – aerospace, technology, environmental and nuclear and buildings, infrastructure & advanced facilities, Jacobs said.Jacobs Chairman and CEO Steve Demetriou said: “For Jacobs, this transaction marks an inflection point in our portfolio transformation focused on more consistent, higher-margin growth as a leader solving the world’s critical challenges.”The transaction will see Jacobs receive $2.6 billion in cash and 58.2 million shares of WorleyParsons, equivalent to $700 million, or 11% of the company.Jacobs ECR had aggregated revenue and pro-forma EBITDA of $3.4 billion and $286 million, respectively in the 2018 financial year.Should all go according to plan, WorleyParsons expects the deal to be complete some four to six months from now.
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A Portland police officer went to the Vancouver apartment of his estranged wife and allegedly pointed a gun at her new boyfriend and threatened to kill him, according to court documents.James Botaitis, 38, of Yacolt made his first appearance Tuesday morning in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of second-degree assault, first-degree burglary and felony harassment.Judge Scott Collier set bail at $100,000 and scheduled an arraignment hearing for Friday.Defense attorney Tom Phelan said Botaitis, a 10-year veteran police officer, planned to post bond.Botaitis was arrested 6 p.m. Monday by Vancouver police officers following a domestic disturbance at his wife’s apartment in the 900 block of Southeast 136th Avenue.The couple are in the process of divorcing, according to court documents.According to court documents, Botaitis first knocked on the door. After his wife, Danielle Botaitis, answered, the defendant asked if someone else was there. She told him it was none of his business. Then, James Botaitis allegedly barged into her apartment with a pistol and went to the bedroom, finding her new boyfriend there.“James comes to the closed master bathroom door and tells (his wife) that he will shoot and kill him in the bathroom,” according to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court.
Junior doctors in England are to take industrial action next week in a continued dispute around the terms of their new contract.In November 98% of junior doctors balloted by the British Medical Association (BMA) voted for industrial action, including strikes, in response to changes to the contract, particularly around pay for working unsocial hours.Strike action was due to commence on 1 December but was suspended following conciliatory talks between the BMA, NHS Employers and the Department of Health.Since then, the BMA has been in talks with NHS Employers and the Department of Health over a new contract for medical trainees in England.The BMA announced three dates for industrial action yesterday (4 January), the first of which is taking place on 12 January at 8am until 13 January at 8am. This strike will only affect emergency care.Industrial action is also planned for 26 January from 8am until 28 January at 8am for emergency care only, as well as a full withdrawal of labour between 8am and 5pm on 10 February.Mark Porter, council chair of the British Medical Association, said: “After weeks of further negotiations, it is clear that the government is still not taking junior doctors’ concerns seriously. The government initially rejected our offer of talks and failed to make significant movement during negotiations.“We sincerely regret the disruption that industrial action will cause, but junior doctors have been left with no option. It is because the government’s proposals would be bad for patient care as well as junior doctors in the long term that we are taking this stand.”Danny Mortimer, chief executive of NHS Employers, added: “Deciding to take strike action is disappointing, disruptive and damaging for the NHS.“Significant progress had been made during our recent talks and their refusal to discuss our latest offer, which includes additional reassurances on safeguards on working hours specifically requested by the BMA, in favour of taking strike action will set back the progress we had made.“Our priority now is to work with employers in the NHS to make sure they take action to minimise the disruption to patients that this BMA action will cause.”
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will celebrate the Independence Day of Pakistan (August 14) in PoK where he is scheduled to address the legislative assembly after India revoked Article 370 of the Constitution which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. According to the Pakistan Prime Minister’s office, Imran Khan, accompanied by several ministers, will fly to Muzaffarabad on August 14 and hold an all-parties’ conference there. He will be presented with a Guard of Honour. “The Pak PM will be travelling by helicopter for his one-day trip to PoK, along with other ministers,” the Prime Minister’s office said. Besides, he will also hold meetings with other political representatives, including the All Parties Hurriyat Conference members and other Kashmiri leaders.
Govt-LogoBangladesh has strongly protested “irresponsible and false” allegations by the officials of the General Administration Department of Myanmar implicating Bangladesh in a terrorist attack on a police post in Maungdaw Township on 24 January, reports UNB.“The government of Bangladesh is utterly disgruntled. Bangladesh strongly protests such groundless and provocative accusations casting aspersions on Bangladesh,” read a strongly-worded protest note, the foreign ministry handed to the Naypyidaw ambassador to Dhaka.Earlier, the ambassador Lwin Oo was summoned at the ministry on Tuesday afternoon.Myanmar did not provide Bangladesh with specific details and concrete evidence on the alleged terrorist elements and their activities.The Bangladesh government urged the Myanmar government to take effective measures to prevent any attempt aiming to associate Bangladesh with the internal political and security conundrum of Myanmar.Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen said Bangladesh has kept its border with Myanmar under “strict control” as Bangladesh maintains zero tolerance to any terrorism.Referring to prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s announcement and its subsequent implementation, he said Bangladesh cannot be the hub of any terrorist organisation as it never gives shelter to any such organisation.“It’s regrettable,” said the foreign minister mentioning Myanmar’s continuous fabricated and false information.In its statement, the ministry also said the allegations brought by Myanmar are found to be absolutely fabricated and baseless.“It’s affirmed that there was neither any border crossing by any group from Bangladesh nor any incident of firing from Bangladesh side towards any direction on that particular day. The allegation is fabricated and highly derogatory to the reputation of Bangladesh, a country that persistently strives for peace and stability all over the world,” the statement added.The foreign ministry said the repetition of such serious and baseless allegations with varied versions could be construed as a deliberate attempt to malign Bangladesh and implicate a peace-loving country into the incessant internal conflicts of Myanmar.The government of Bangladesh under the leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina is firmly committed not to allow any dissident groups to use its soil for any purpose, Momen said.The high level of alertness and effective preventive measures by the law enforcement agencies of Bangladesh in the line with “zero tolerance policy” of the government render it absolutely impossible for any terrorist group to be present in the country or to launch any attack, said the ministry.“We reaffirm that there’s no existence of any terrorist group within Bangladesh. The security forces of Bangladesh alongside the border remain always vigilant and prepared to address any untoward incident that may affect peace and stability,” reads the statement.Bangladesh has taken all the possible measures, including comprehensive international engagements in counterterrorism, to fully implement its commitments, said MoFA.It said Bangladesh’s comprehensive cooperation in counterterrorism with some of the neighbouring countries proved to be highly effective and globally recognised.Bangladesh has already proposed to engage in similar type of comprehensive bilateral cooperation mechanism with Myanmar to combat against terrorism.The government of Bangladesh, on several instances, had proposed Myanmar to conduct joint operation in addressing terrorist activities along the border area. Myanmar is yet to respond to the proposal of Bangladesh.The ministry said Bangladesh is acclaimed by international community for its unflinching commitment and bold actions in the combat of terrorism at national, regional, and global level.It said the security forces of Bangladesh have not only secured every corner of the country but also earned high esteem at global level for their utmost professionalism, outstanding competence, and invaluable contributions in world peace since long.“Bangladesh always stands ready to engage in comprehensive cooperation mechanism with any country, including Myanmar, in the combat of terrorism,” reads the statement.
Kolkata: Following the incident of misbehaviour by an app-cab driver on Saturday, another app-cab driver has been detained by the Baguiati police station on Sunday night for misbehaving with a girl and her friends.However, police did not arrest the driver as no FIR was filed. Only a general diary was recorded but the driver has been prosecuted accordingly.According to the complainant, she, along with three of her friends booked an app-cab from Mukundapur. Their destination was Madhyamgram. Following the arrival of the cab, all four of them sat inside the car. As per the system, the driver was given the OTP to start the trip. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeHowever, seeing the destination on the app, the driver instantly refused to go. According to the complainant, during conversation the driver became agitated and denied to start the trip, saying: “my quota of trips has completed. I will not go.” On asking why he did not turn off his device as his trip quota completed, he became furious and started misbehaving.Later he told his passengers that he would drop them at airport gate number 1. He also advised the girl to book another cab from there. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedHearing the plan, the girl told him that if the total fare till Madhyamgram becomes same as per the booking, then they will pay him the fare up to airport. Otherwise the extra amount would be deducted from his quota. But the driver refused to accept.After this, all of a sudden the driver stopped the car beside the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass and allegedly forced all of them to get out of the car.Seeing no other way, the girl approached a traffic sergeant nearby for help. “When the sergeant arrived, driver still rigidly kept saying the same words. Following the intervention by police, the driver unwillingly agreed to take us. But the situation turned the same after a few moments.”While driving, the driver allegedly uttered some teasing words pointed towards us,” said the girl. Though all of them protested, he did not stop. Later, he even started using abusive language.Near Dum Dum Park on VIP Road, the girl called the police and asked for help.Near Baguiati, the cab was intercepted by the traffic police and the driver was laterhanded over to Baguiati police station.
Road safety is a subject close to Geoff’s heart after his son was killed in a cycling accident five years ago. He said: “My grandchildren have said themselves that they are scared to cross the road. I’ve taught them to stand and listen as well as look. Endon High School “The problem is that the traffic has absolutely accelerated in the last five years. I stopped a lorry driver one day and he said it’s because of the congestion on the main roads, so using Clay Lake makes it quicker and saves time. “So what was a quiet road years ago is a major thoroughfare now. It’s far better to be proactive, than waiting for an accident to happen.” The petition was set up by Geoff and parents Helen Bradshaw and Angela Berrisford. Read More’Make your passion infectious…’ Council gives parents fund-raising tips ahead of axing 248 school crossing patrols Angela has two children who both attend Endon High School. The 38-year-old, of Brown Edge, who works for Network Rail, said: “On Clay Lake the children are forced to cross on a blind bend with cars travelling at 40mph. We want to reduce the speed limit to 30mph. “We all know that if you are hit by a car going at 40mph you’re dead and we’re expecting kids to cross the road on a 40mph blind bend. “You’re expected to walk your children to school but that doesn’t make it any safer, it just means we’ll all be killed because we can’t see around the blind bend. “Someone is going to die, before any action is taken.” Read MoreDrivers asked to take care around gritters on motorways as winter approaches Parents have contacted Staffordshire County Council and requested that a safe walking route assessment is undertaken. The authority says it is looking into improving road safety in the area. Helen Fisher, cabinet member for highways and transport, said: “We do listen to residents and work with local communities when there are issues affecting their neighbourhood. “County Councillor Keith Flunder and the parish council are currently exploring a number of options to improve road safety in the area. These proposals will be presented to highways officers for their consideration.” Philip White, cabinet member for learning and employability, added: “This has not previously been a route of concern, but as parents have contacted us now we will review it in the near future.” Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page. And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive. Clay Lake, Endon He said: “I live at the top of Clay Lake and my grandchildren are both pupils at Endon High School. When they are crossing the road I am in dreadful fear of them getting knocked down. “Sometimes it would take them up to five minutes to cross the road. I’ve seen other children having some problems coming from Brown Edge because of the speed at which the cars are coming around and the large trucks – it’s frightening. “That’s why I want to help the children to cross safely. They don’t have experience and some have headphones in and are chatting. I see near-misses on regular occasions where children go half way across the road and have to run back again.” Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLive Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailHundreds of families have backed a campaign to slash the speed limit on a busy road used by scores of school children everyday. Calls have been made for safety measures on Endon’s Clay Lake to help pupils heading to the village’s high school and primary schools. And parents want to see the speed limit reduced from 40mph to 30mph along with an improved walking route for youngsters. StokeonTrentLive has previously reported how Endon with Stanley Parish Council has come up with a ‘wish list’ of improvements for the stretch including a new footpath near the junction of Edge Lane to help pupils cross over. Community leaders are also asking for improved signage to help slow motorists down. Now a petition started by residents calling for a reduced speed limit along with safety measures has attracted more than 300 signatures. Geoff Blood has lived on Clay Lake for 35 years and started the petition after witnessing the struggles children face when trying to cross over the road. Police search for missing woman Dad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window Driver named following fatal collision Punter found hiding in bushes
Are Big Changes on the Horizon for the Enterprises? Share in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, News, Secondary Market Department of Treasury Fannie Mae Freddie Mac Senate The Enterprises 2017-06-27 Staff Writer Two Senators are drafting legislation that could potentially break up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. In a bipartisan effort between Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) and Senator Mark Warner (D-VI) that started earlier this year, the two officials are looking to put an end to the Enterprise’s overwhelming command of the secondary mortgage market and create more competition. There have been murmurs in Washington ever since the U.S. government acquired the Enterprises back in 2008 after the housing market crash. How do they plan on increasing competitiveness in the marketplace? One idea is to separate Freddie and Fannie’s single-family business from their multifamily business. If need be, their single family businesses could be broken up even further.However, this feat might be easier said than done. According to the Bloomberg article: “Breaking up Fannie and Freddie would face logistical hurdles. In the past, business separations in other industries have sometimes fallen along regional lines, but that might not work for mortgage companies whose viability depends on a broad geographic footprint. Other issues a bill might have to address include how to split up employees, intellectual property and what would happen to the guarantees the companies issue on mortgage-backed securities during any transition.” There is the chance that the legislation could fail to get traction amongst the Senate, with their current focus being on target picture legislation, such as healthcare reform and tax reform, both of which have gotten off to rocky starts. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has repeatedly said earlier in the year that he plans to focus on Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae’s future in the second half of 2017. Corker and Warner’s joint legislation could be the first step in that discussion. The two men are scheduled to meet with the rest of the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday, June 29. Senator Corker and Senator Warner’s office did not respond to DS News’ request for comment. You can read the full Bloomberg article here. June 27, 2017 569 Views
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