Aditi recalls her days as a Bharatanatyam dancer

first_imgNew Delhi: Aditi Rao Hydari, who was a classical dancer before she became an actor with Tamil film Sringaram (2007), says she still feels a strong connection with Bharatanatyam. “I was five when I started learning Bharatanatyam. It was my choice to dance, also because I was surrounded by the classical arts. I was lucky that I got a teacher like Leela Samson. Although I was in boarding school and my mother was very insistent that I finish my education, I performed a lot before I became an actor,” said Aditi, who was recently in New Delhi for a fashion show. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: PriyankaAccording to the actor, “Any art form, beyond its own learning bring along a whole new world view and a new way of being. One of the major things that I learnt and one that still stays with me, is that we’re all unique. And it is better to work on improving yourself rather than compare yourself with others.” Does she still get time to rehearse? “Hardly. I learnt from such an amazing teacher, I feel I would be doing a disservice to the art form if I don’t practice and I just step on to the stage. I’m happy being in front of the camera, because I do it everyday. It’s like riyaaz,” the actor said. Also Read – Salman Khan remembers actor Vinod KhannaBut “once a dancer always a dancer”, she said and added: “I dance whenever I get the chance, I go to Akka (Samson) in Chennai whenever I can, and I rehearse with the gang that is rehearsing.” Aditi also learnt music from her mother Vidya Rao, an acclaimed classical singer. “As performers people admire you and say good things about you. It’s a lot of things that come together to make that for you. The only thing that you can do is work hard and be sincere to what you do,” she said.last_img read more

UN meteorological agency reports end to El Niño pattern over the Pacific

The weather pattern known as El Niño rapidly dissipated in early May, giving way to the development of cool, neutral to weak La Niña conditions in the tropical Pacific Ocean, the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported today.El Niño refers to an abnormal warming of surface ocean waters in the eastern tropical Pacific, while La Niña is characterized by unusually cool ocean temperatures in the eastern equatorial Pacific. Both events can disrupt the normal patterns of tropical precipitation and atmospheric circulation, and have widespread impacts on climate in many parts of the world. The prevailing conditions are more likely than not to strengthen into a basin-wide La Niña over the coming months, according to the El Niño/La Niña update issued by WMO.By mid-June, the sea-surface temperatures had decreased to approximately 0.5 degrees Celsius below normal over the central and eastern equatorial Pacific, near the borderline of La Niña conditions.Further, below average sea temperatures exist beneath the surface of the central and eastern equatorial Pacific. Forecast models continue to predict further decreases in the central and eastern Equatorial Pacific sea-surface temperature. In particular, most dynamic models strongly favour further La Niña development, according to WMO.While it is likely that La Niña conditions will further develop in the next several months, the timing and magnitude of such an event in 2010 are as yet uncertain, with no indications at this time of a particularly strong event in terms of sea-surface temperatures.The unusual climate patterns and extremes that occur in association with La Niña conditions also occur independently of La Niña, and therefore individual users of climate information should seek detailed interpretation for their locations and sectors, WMO said in the update.Over the coming months, the climate forecasting community will provide detailed interpretations of regional climate conditions through the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services, it added. 6 July 2010The weather pattern known as El Niño rapidly dissipated in early May, giving way to the development of cool, neutral to weak La Niña conditions in the tropical Pacific Ocean, the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported today. read more

UN advocate welcomes formation of committee to protect Afghan children in conflict

Radhika Coomaraswamy, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, said in a press statement that the formation of the steering committee means the Afghan Government is keeping to its earlier commitment to protect boys and girls from the ongoing conflict.Elements of the Taliban and other rebel groups continue to fight Afghan forces and their international partners, nearly nine years after the Taliban lost power in the impoverished nation. Deliberate attacks against civilians, including children, are frequent.The high-level committee, set up earlier this week, will consist of representatives of key government ministers as well as the national President’s office and the national directorate of security.Ms. Coomaraswamy said the new committee “marks a first step towards a broader national engagement in protecting children from the adverse effects of the Afghan conflict – which must include the development of an action plan to end the recruitment and use of child soldiers in the Afghan national security forces.”The Special Representative, who visited the country in February, added that she was “hopeful that the Afghan Government will take the necessary measures to ensure that its national police are removed from the Secretary-General’s list of shame.”The police are one of six parties to the conflict in Afghanistan that were named earlier this year in a UN report identifying groups that recruit or use children during armed conflict, or kill, torture or commit sexual violence against them.The other Afghan parties named in the report are the Haqqani network, Hezb-i-Islami, Jamat Sunat al-Dawa Salafia, Taliban forces and the Tora Bora Front.The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has also welcomed the formation of the committee, but its representative in Afghanistan, Peter Crowley, said that it was vital to ensure that the committee’s plans “do not remain only on paper, but are fully implemented across the country – and that adequate resources are made available for this purpose.” 22 July 2010The United Nations advocate for children during periods of armed conflict today welcomed the Afghan Government’s establishment of a committee to tackle and respond to grave violations against children in the war-wracked country. read more

President PM stress on coexistence during New Year

The Prime Minister, in his New Year message, said that the ancient customs and traditions of the Sinhala and Tamil New Year are closely tied to sustainable good practices that preserve and respect the environment around us – they encourage the younger generation to share the same values and preserve them for posterity. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said the Sinhala and Tamil New Year brings a message of prosperity and unity to the nation, acknowledging the role of the Sun in the agrarian society and its blessings towards a greater harvest. President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe today stressed on unity and coexistence during the traditional Sinhala and Tamil New Year.The President said that the New Year serves as a catalyst to change the attitude of the people to bring fresh thinking. “It is also an occasion that strengthen ties between the Sinhalese and the Tamils, one that unites them and fosters a great degree of fellowship amidst shared customs and a reverence towards nature and its elements that are significant towards sustainable prosperity,” he said. read more

Sierra Leone gives office space to rebel army turned political party

According to UNAMSIL, the news was conveyed to a UNAMSIL radio station by Omrie Golley, a senior RUF official. The transformation of the RUF into a political party was expected to have been discussed at the sixth meeting of the Joint Committee on Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration, a body that includes representatives from the Government of Sierra Leone, the RUF and UNAMSIL. The meeting was scheduled to take place today in Freetown.In other news, UNAMSIL’s Force Commander, Lt. Gen. Daniel I. Opande, yesterday visited new deployments of Pakistani and Zambian UN peacekeepers in the eastern districts of Kono and Kenema. In Kono, Mr. Opande learned that although the security situation was relatively calm, there were problems associated with ongoing mining activities, indiscriminate possession of shotguns by the government-backed Civil Defence Force (CDF) and an inflow of returnees from neighbouring Guinea. In response, the Force Commander said it was the responsibility of the Government of Sierra Leone, and not UNAMSIL, to curtail mining in the area. He said Sierra Leone authorities, with the assistance of the Mission, would soon embark on a programme to collect all shotguns in the area. The Force Commander also said the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) would soon open an office in Koidu to address the inflow of returnees in the area. In Tongo, Mr. Opande learned that combatants were no longer carrying weapons in public. An RUF representative assured the Force Commander that he would continue to inform his supporters on the pending disarmament exercise in the area. read more

CSX railroad predicts flat earnings in 2013 as coal demand remains weak

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Josh Funk, The Associated Press Posted Jul 17, 2013 10:16 am MDT CSX railroad predicts flat earnings in 2013 as coal demand remains weak, economy grows slowly OMAHA, Neb. – CSX officials say investors shouldn’t expect much earnings growth this year, even though the railroad beat expectations in the second quarter and coal demand appears to be stabilizing.But the Jacksonville, Fla.-based railroad is still predicting its earnings will grow 10 to 15 per cent in 2014 and 2015, as the economy continues improving and shipments of crude oil and the sand used in shale oil mining keep growing.CSX executives discussed their outlook Wednesday, one day after the company reported profit of $535 million, or 52 cents per share, on $3.07 billion in revenue for the second quarter. That’s up from $512 million, or 49 cents per share, on $3.01 billion in revenue in last year’s April-June period.The results were helped by several one-time items, such as $16 million in payments from utilities that didn’t ship as much coal as agreed. Excluding such items, CSX beat Wall Street’s estimate by a penny.CSX stock gained 44 cents, or 1.8 per cent, Wednesday to sell for $25.08 in afternoon trading.The company’s earnings have grown in five of the past six years, said CEO Michael Ward, even as CSX “has lost over half of its domestic coal business over this period and its merchandise business is still down from pre-recession levels.”Railroads have been dealing with a sharp decline in coal demand over the last couple years because relatively cheap natural gas prices and environmental concerns prompted a number of utilities to switch power plants from coal to gas.But it appears that coal demand is beginning to stabilize. CSX said domestic coal shipments increased 5 per cent in the quarter as natural gas prices rose. But coal exports fell 23 per cent, particularly to Europe.Citi Research analyst Christian Wetherbee said he thinks CSX’s outlook is somewhat conservative given the railroad’s ability to control expenses and the revenue growth outside of coal.CSX officials say the railroad was helped by some one-time items in the first half of the year, which is why they’re predicting relatively flat earnings per share compared with last year’s $1.79.S&P Capital IQ analyst Kevin Kirkeby said he still recommends buying CSX stock because of the long-term positive trends for the railroad. Kirkeby said the railroad’s comments about the prospects for its construction, agriculture and coal businesses were encouraging.Investors watch what major freight railroads are carrying closely because railroads are indicators of the nation’s economic health.Ward said the railroad industry will learn from the oil train derailment in Canada that is presumed to have killed 50 people, but he’s not sure if the accident will inspire new regulations.He offered his condolences to everyone affected by the July 6 crash of an oil-laden train into the Quebec town of Lac-Megantic.“It was a terrible accident,” Ward said. “First responders did a great job responding to that horrible accident.”But Ward added that until investigators determine what caused the crash, it won’t be clear whether new regulations are needed.CSX said train accidents cost it $16 million during the quarter, and two railroad employees lost their lives last week in accidents. In May, a CSX freight train derailed and a couple of its cars exploded near Baltimore after striking a trash truck. Officials have estimated that high-profile accident caused at least $625,000 damage to the train and tracks, as well as to buildings nearby.CSX operates over 21,000 miles of track in 23 eastern states and two Canadian provinces.It was the first major U.S. freight railroad to release second-quarter earnings. Union Pacific Corp. will release its first-quarter results on Thursday, and Norfolk Southern Corp. will follow next Tuesday.___Follow Josh Funk online at Corp.: read more

UN officials hail establishment of Technology Bank for worlds poorest nations

The Bank, to be headquartered in Gebze, Turkey, also marks the achievement of the first target of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, namely SDG 17.8. “This achievement is not only highly symbolic but also of great strategic importance to the LDCs in the overall achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals,” said Fekitamoeloa Katoa ‘Utoikamanu, the UN High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States. There are currently 47 countries on the list of LDCs, comprising more than 880 million people (about 12 per cent of world population), but accounting for less than 2 per cent of global GDP and about 1 per cent of the global trade in goods. “We must ensure that the LDCs are not yet again left behind,” Ms. ‘Utoikamanu told a press conference at UN Headquarters, stressing that access to technology, science and innovation are critical for this group of countries. The establishment of the Technology Bank was a priority under the Istanbul Programme of Action adopted in 2011, which represented the vision and strategy for the sustainable development of LDCs. Its importance was confirmed in the 2015 Addis Ababa Action Agenda, adopted at the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, and then again in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Bank is expected to broaden the application of science, technology and innovation in the world’s poorest countries. It will improve technology-related policies, facilitate technology transfer and enhance the integration of the LDCs into the global knowledge-based economy. It will also serve as a knowledge hub, connecting needs, resources and actors; facilitate the access of LDCs to existing technology-related projects; and foster joint initiatives with relevant organizations and the private sector. “We strongly believe that this Bank will help fill the technology gap and it will also speed up the structural transformation in the LDCs,” said Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavusoglu. With the signing of the host country and contribution agreements, the Turkish Government has committed to provide the Bank with $2 million annually for five years, and also provide personnel and premises in Gebze, which is located outside of Istanbul. It is also planning to implement joint projects with the Bank. Welcoming the signing of the agreements, Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed said: “We now have a collective responsibility to turn this tool into an effective mechanism for strengthening the science, technology and innovation capacities of LDCs. “I appeal to Member States and other stakeholders, including the private sector and foundations, to contribute generously to the financing of this Bank so it may reach its potential.” read more

EC 2012 Quals W Czech Republic surprises Austria

20:00 EndMacedonia34 Greece20 19:00 EndRomania35 Poland21 18:00 EndSerbia36 Switzerland20 Azerbeijan19 European Championship 2012: Qualifications 18:00 EndCroatia39 Turkey25 20:20 EndAustrija26 In the first round of the qualification phase for the Women’s European Championship, there was only one surprise worth of nothing. Austria were favorites to win this game at home, but they were badly surprised by the strong Czech team. In front of 800 spectators at the Maria Enzersdorf venue in Sudstadt, the Czech team took the advantage early, to have a small lead at halftime 16:13. In the second half there was a big trashing of the Austrian team, and the Czech have won 36:26 at the end.In the other games the results were following: 19:30 EndFrance34 18:00 EndHungary41 Czech Republic36 19:30 EndGermany27 18:00 EndMontenegro34 Italy14 17:00 EndRussia32 21:30 EndDenmark36 Belarus19 Great Britain18 Portugal24 Lithuania25 17:00 EndUkraine31 Slovakia24 ← Previous Story Lozano injures knee! Next Story → Denmark: AG Kobenhavn confirms domination, beats Bjerringbro read more

SR 836 to shut down in MiamiDade for construction

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – A driver detour is set to cause some serious traffic tie-ups in Miami-Dade County along State Road 836.All lanes of the Dolphin Expressway will shut down Monday at 10 p.m. between LeJeune Road and Northwest 27th Avenue for construction.They will remain closed until 5 a.m. on Tuesday.The closure will allow crews to install overhead sign structures.The alternate routes are as follows.To continue eastbound:Take the southbound exit to LeJeune RoadContinue southbound on LeJeune RoadTurn left onto Northwest Seventh StreetTurn left onto Northwest 27th AvenueTake the entrance to eastbound 836 on the rightTo continue westbound: Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

UBM Sells Data Services Businesses

first_imgUBM shares on the FTSE All-Share Index slid as much as 9.4 percent in early trading after the deal was announced, ending the day with a 5.5-percent loss (£740.50).While expected, the move is one more signal that the company is consolidating focus to its highest-return segments like events.“This transaction is a significant strategic step forward for UBM,” UBM CEO David Levin says in a statement. “By divesting Delta we simplify UBM’s business, improve the quality of our earnings, enhance our underlying growth rates and remove the challenges inherent in the continued transition to digital data delivery. We can now look forward to focusing on further developing UBM as a fast-growing and increasingly profitable events-led, marketing services and communications business.”Credit Suisse acted as financial advisor to UBM on the transaction.UBM will announce its full-year 2012 results on March 1.To stay updated on the latest FOLIO: news, become a Facebook fan and follow us on Twitter! B-to-b media company UBM has agreed to sell “the bulk” of its data services business for $252 million to Electra Partners, a private-equity firm. A deal was expected after UBM announced a “strategic review” of its data services segment in July.The combined business units, known as “Delta,” include Health, Technology and IP, Trade and Transport, and Paper. The businesses in the portfolio being sold off generated $300 million in revenues in 2011, but shed about $20 million last year. Operating profits declined slightly over the period, settling at about $43.2 million in 2012. Gross assets were listed at $466 million at the halfway point last year.“Most analysts were hoping for more like [$315] million—closer to a 7.3X multiple based on last year’s operating profit,” says Jeffrey Dearth, a partner at private-equity firm DeSilva + Phillips, noting that the selling price was closer to 6X. “This may reflect some on-going softness in the core asset, but 6X is not a terrible outcome for an underperforming division.”last_img read more

How Genetic Engineering Fixed My Stupid Back

first_imgJune 23, 2017 Register Now » 6 min read This story originally appeared on PCMag Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Around the age of 15, I began experiencing periodic bolts of searing pain shooting down the outer sides of my legs and up through my shoulder blades. The pain would occasionally grow so debilitating that I was forced to walk with a cane and could barely manage a flight of stairs. For sleepless months at a time, I would limp and grimace through my day. The worst part was that doctor after doctor was not able to diagnose the problem, and I resigned myself to a life of making the best of it.Once I hit my mid-30s, I couldn’t take it anymore and decided I had to do something about it. I tasked myself to keep seeing doctors until somebody could tell me what the problem was. After plowing through a series of specialists, I eventually found my way to a rheumatologist who diagnosed me with an inflammatory condition, which isn’t exactly fully understood by science, called Ankylosing spondylitis (spells just like it sounds). Now, this condition can be treated somewhat with a special diet (please don’t send me any info on the subject — I know), but the food restrictions are pretty harsh and results in my case weren’t always consistent. But as it turns out, modern science has another fix.My rheumatologist recommended that I begin a regimen of a type of medicine known as a biologic (or sometimes a “biopharmaceutical”), which is seeped directly from living organisms. I put a lot of trust in science and technology’s ability to make the world a better place, so I was open to seeing what this cutting-edge treatment could do for me.And I am happy to say that after a month or so, the treatments worked — in fact, they worked far better than I could have possibly imagined. I’ve been almost totally pain-free for the past two years and even taken up running. (I should note that the medication I was on came with some serious potential side effects — most notably, they decrease your body’s immune system, including the ability to fight certain cancers. Just speaking for me, the trade-off was worth it.)Now, this medication was unlike any other I had taken — I had to inject it. Most second-generation biologics used to fight inflammatory conditions have to be introduced directly into the body through a syringe or via an IV. I had to learn to use a disposable epi-pen like contraption, which I keep stored in my refrigerator. There was a learning curve, but not a sharp one (and it certainly helped that I am not at all squeamish when it comes to needles).So, what is this magic goop I inject into my body? It comes from natural sources, but at the same time — there’s really anything natural about it.Magic goop Scientists have been deriving medicines from living organisms since forever — just about every vaccine you’ve taken can be considered a biologic. However, the scope of these medicines have boomed in recent years with the advent of genetic-manipulation techniques.While the exact definition of “biologic” varies from regulatory body to regulatory body, the term is often used today to refer to newer classes of drugs resulting from techniques that tweak cells at their fundamental genetic level to turn them into living factories.According to the FDA’s own description, “In contrast to most drugs that are chemically synthesized and their structure is known, most biologics are complex mixtures that are not easily identified or characterized.” Many of these second-generation biologics (ones that have popped up in the past 15 years or so, as opposed the first-gen ones like vaccines) are not recreatable — by humans. We just don’t know how. However, scientists can use modern genetic-manipulation techniques to cajole living cell cultures to do it for them. Therein lies a wrinkle to the biologic story — they can be insanely expensive.The manufacturing of these medicines is a complex undertaking — particularly on an industrial scale. Not only is there gene manipulation, but the cellular cultures are particularly susceptible to contamination and must be maintained under very aseptic and strictly temperature-controlled environments — all of which must take place under the supervision of a highly trained workforce. When you consider that the patient pools are relatively small, prices inevitably rise.Why we seek to answer stupid questionsI can only speak for myself and say that these drugs have been a godsend and truly improved my quality of life. But I’m also fascinated (and even humbled) to consider how this treatment would not be possible without decades of scientific inquiry that took place before it.The line of scientific history — down through Darwin, Mendel and the team of Watson & Crick — had no idea it would one day help a middle-aged tech blogger not have to limp in pain for months at a time. They all just wanted to know the answers to weird and impractical questions.This is why I get annoyed when I hear politicians wanting to balance budgets on the backs of scientific research. While there are ways to best use research dollars, their benefit is invaluable — just not always immediately (quantum physics took decades to find a use in the function of smartphones, as it took years for Einstein’s theories to be used in satellite configuration).There is no way we can predict how the impractical research of today will affect some major breakthrough years down the line. That’s why we should all want our tax dollars to fund inquiry into weird, unnecessary questions like “Do gravitons exist?,” “What does Pluto look like?,” or “Is the whole universe a hologram?” Answering those questions might not necessarily bring us a new breakthrough today — in fact, they probably won’t. But they leave us with the promise that they will someday. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goalslast_img read more

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