There is ample research to show that people are generally better able to remember unfinished jobs than completed ones. If something is incomplete, it may keep popping in our memory even when we are far away from it, leading to constant rumination even though we may not be in a position to do anything about it. Such thoughts travel back and forth and that is why we keep thinking about that page-turner. However, it’s not necessary that this exists in our sphere of work alone. It can be in the case of life and memories too. Sometimes, it is difficult to put behind things and just move on with our lives. There are times when memory acts like a ball and chain and holds us back — because we relive it over and over again. The main issue is that it is unfinished and incomplete. From emotions to practical assignments, from home to our workplaces — there are a lot of backlogs. And with this, there is a constant resurgence of such thoughts on an auto-pilot mode that keeps playing on our minds over and over and again. In fact, reliving a memory actually strengthens it and the more we relive those unpleasant events, the stronger we make the memory. Thus, it is important to let go. Unfinished businesses can be endless. And nobody gets it right all the time. Therefore, it is important to leave the past in the past and stop dragging it with us wherever we are heading to. Our proverbial ‘backpacks’ seem to be continuously loading up and we keep stuffing them full until one day, whatever is inside it starts spilling out all over the place. It is then that we need to ‘leave it by the River’ and walk away. Also Read – Securing nutritionResponding to experiences emotionally and carrying the perceived notion of the consequences with us into new experiences is not an ideal thing to do. It can hamper us in many more ways that we can think of including being stuck in old habits and exercises which can interfere with realising professional ambitions, healthy relationships, personal happiness and enjoyment of life. Unexpressed feelings of being hurt do hang around. We don’t change until staying the same becomes too uncomfortable. And it is this process that cannot be hasty. Every experience shapes us and helps us grow, no matter how small it is. As Paulo Coelho beautifully puts it: “My heart might be bruised but it will recover and become capable of seeing the beauty of life once more. It’s happened before, it will happen again, I’m sure. When someone leaves, it’s because someone else is about to arrive…”
New Delhi: Stealing a march over the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress on Tuesday released its poll manifesto for the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. Through its poll manifesto, the Congress has made an attempt to woo every section of society by promising ‘something’ for all.In its manifesto, the Congress has promised to give Rs 72,000 each to five crore poor families under the ‘Nyay’ scheme, create employment opportunities, including filling up 22 lakh government vacancies, better education & health, re-examination of Rafael deal, amendment in the Armed Forces Special Power Act (AFSPA), changes in the Press Council of India Act and fixing a single moderate GST rate, passage of contentious Women Reservation Bill in its first sitting, etc. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsFor farmers, the Congress has promised to put them on the path from ‘Karz Maafi’ (loan waiver), to ‘Karz Mukti’ (freedom from loans) and bringing a separate budget for farmers. The 55-page document titled ‘Hum Nibhayenge’ (We will deliver) focused on addressing the issues of joblessness, farm distress, the safety of women and boosting the rural economy, with stress on building a narrative on ‘real issues’ faced by people. The manifesto was released by party president Rahul Gandhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and senior leader P Chidambaram among others. Speaking on the occasion, the Congress president said that the party would allocate 6 per cent of GDP to education, strengthen government hospitals and give high-quality healthcare access to poor if voted to power. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from ThursdayThe party also promised to remove the law on sedition from the statute if voted to power. The party promised to enact the Right to Healthcare Act and guarantee every citizen free diagnostics, out-patient care, free medicines and hospitalisation, through a network of public hospitals and enlisted private hospitals. Congress pledged to make jobs its top priority for the youth of the country, saying it will ensure 34 lakh jobs in the public sector by filling all 4 lakh central government vacancies before March 2020, persuading the state governments to fill 20 lakh vacancies and creating an estimated 10 lakh new Seva Mitra positions in every gram panchayat and urban local bodies. The party said it will also provide a fillip to the private sector by incentivising businesses for jobs creation and employing more women. On GST tax, Congress said that it will radically simplify the GST regime with a single moderate rate of tax, zero-rating of exports, and exemption for essential goods and services. See inside
View #StormDoris from space with this satellite image showing her moving eastwards across the UK pic.twitter.com/Oa3ELPaMBj— Met Office (@metoffice) February 23, 2017 How to prepare for storm Doris #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/yhSFTVJmAa— Suki (@sukibhamra) February 23, 2017 Best of luck using an umbrella out in Liverpool today… #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/uRsNquCmY8— Liverpool Echo (@LivEchonews) February 23, 2017 Slight breeze today #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/gJDXeBJNy2— Mike Pattinson (@MikePattinson) February 23, 2017 Lashing rain and vicious winds of around 70mph here on the sea front in Rhyl with stormy seas. Hard to stand. #StormDoris pic.twitter.com/AiolrjXAYJ— Liam Dutton (@liamdutton) February 23, 2017 Some weather watchers just couldn’t get over the name Doris Water defies gravity in Aberystwyth #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/zjLvLJ8WyC— Ben Birchall (@BenBirchallUK) February 23, 2017 Others had some questions I love that the storm is called Doris. It makes me think of an angry Grandma! 😂 #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/xN1a5hzcHG— Holly Atterton (@RealHollyA) February 23, 2017 #Stormdoris hitting the UK like… pic.twitter.com/g6OH3sHqIn— Dave the Goat (@thecasefarm) February 23, 2017 There were a few jokes … And some steely British resilience As #stormdoris hits the UK, this is how they are named. Also, these are the names that weren’t allowed… https://t.co/2tuiTqWIAo pic.twitter.com/qU08LxcC8u— Matt Burgess (@mattburgess1) February 23, 2017 We shall not be defeated by you Doris. We will rebuild #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/CIHfRA6xYL— Tangooo (@I_Gas247) February 23, 2017 Storm Doris was branded a “weather bomb” after the system underwent “explosive cyclogenesis”, the Met Office said.”It has gone through what they call explosive cyclogenesis – so a deepening of 24mb in 24 hours,” a spokesman said. Was expecting storm Doris to be abit on the feeble side from the name, I was wrong. Fair play Doris you old hag. #Weather #stormdoris— Eamon Mcnutt (@Eamando1) February 23, 2017 I strongly urge all doughy Edwardian nannies to remain indoors today. #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/AL0B6oTdkr— Marshall Julius 🚀 (@MarshallJulius) February 23, 2017 Storm Doris making things difficult at bird feeder #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/kI7hL47P2v— 365 Days of Nature (@365_nature) February 23, 2017 Take care in the snow today. #StormDoris pic.twitter.com/zj7kMjV7MR— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) February 23, 2017 A few nearly got blown away #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/ayaezTCj2z— Jane Roberts (@citoongirl) February 23, 2017 “Storm Doris is still Storm Doris, it does not mean it is necessarily any more severe than we had forecast already.”Watch the heart-stopping moment a plane was thrown around by wind and rain as it made its hazardous descent into Leeds Bradford Airport. Porthcawl #stormdoris #StormHour pic.twitter.com/HQFrgYSIWL— Philip Pickering ➰ (@philip_pbm339) February 22, 2017 #Paisley shivers in snow chaos 😎#doris pic.twitter.com/SNL9TlJ4te— john miller (@johnmiller1948) February 23, 2017 Walking to work this morning like… #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/oaXWAb5flZ— OfficeTeam Ltd (@OfficeTeamLtd) February 23, 2017 #StormDoris wreaks havoc in Maidenhead…. pic.twitter.com/AQtAVKxcFI— Scott Smith (@scott_smith9) February 23, 2017 British resilience at its best. #BinBarricade #StormDoris pic.twitter.com/THfxj72Dxv— Clare Palmer ✌🏽️ (@Claros00) February 23, 2017 Others shared videos of the storm My morning so fars. Thanks #stormdoris 🖕🏼🖕🏼🖕🏼 pic.twitter.com/AFasU4PxDm— Peaches Fitness (@peachesfit) February 23, 2017 #Stormdoris causing problems across the network. This is the scene from #Brighton station this morning pic.twitter.com/htFclHfMeQ— BadSouthernRail (@BadSouthernRail) February 23, 2017 Doris feels the effect of #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/HVy7nxFsFs— Ben (@BenSim2) February 23, 2017 Thanks Storm Doris! #stormdoris #london pic.twitter.com/uF6MRGNivq— Harry Newbury (@HarryNewbury) February 23, 2017 And some striking images too… Why, whenever there’s a storm do the news send a reporter to stand at a windy seafront? Would we not believe it otherwise? #stormdoris— Tony Shepherd (@tonysheps) February 23, 2017 I want to see a news reporter with a bag on their face like this again #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/OYEYTYLmQt— Jamie (@JFelms) February 23, 2017 Today is ” National Wheelybin Flying Away Day ” #stormdoris #ukstorm pic.twitter.com/AcSXF20cJi— Paul (Brigg Line) (@Saturday_Only) February 23, 2017 IT’S HAPPENING.#StormDoris pic.twitter.com/10SzvNqK4f— BBC Three (@bbcthree) February 23, 2017 A fish is claimed by #stormdoris 😩pic.twitter.com/Gl95yn3zMm— Oli Brand (@GoogleBooce) February 23, 2017 Weather Bomb. Thunder Snow. Storm Doris. Whatever happened to simple weather reports? pic.twitter.com/Q4SszPjE31— Brian Smith (@TheRealBrianSmi) February 23, 2017 #StormDoris is now bringing wind gusts of 72 mph across Aberdaron (W Wales) pic.twitter.com/AML4WeigKk— Met Office (@metoffice) February 23, 2017 Of course this British storm is called Doris! The next one will be called Edna so they can go for tea & cake together.— Rob Houchen (@robhouchen) February 23, 2017 #DorisDay #stormdoris #doris we will rebuild. pic.twitter.com/BInAHTFyf9— Anthony (@Coggit) February 23, 2017 #StormDoris has reached nearly 90mph on its way to batter Britain, causing flight cancellations and commuter chaos https://t.co/KqFQMSBR7D pic.twitter.com/Q8ipZ4WleR— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) February 23, 2017 .@Claros00 yep! I’m in the South, so only using half bricks 😂 pic.twitter.com/TCm0b7xfiA— Julia 🇬🇧 (@JulesSunbeam) February 23, 2017 @BBCNews in #Wallasey reporting on #stormdoris – the reporter is being blown all over the place! #wirralweather #liverpool #wirral pic.twitter.com/89ESbvNghG— Emily @ JF Recruit (@emilylindwelch) February 23, 2017 Free foam party on Cleveleys promenade today. #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/KdBfinR1tJ— Cleveleys News (@cleveleysnews) February 23, 2017 #stormdoris Opening the front door this morning like pic.twitter.com/dPovQsYcse— Dai Lama (@WelshDalaiLama) February 23, 2017 This image from @ThePoke is so true! #StormDoris pic.twitter.com/ytvFw2G1Ct— Andy Watt (@Andy_Watt) February 23, 2017 Strong Gails out this morning, mind yourselves! #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/RozrAThKYC— Alex Byrne (@Albyrne12Alex) February 23, 2017 News reporters were out in force to cover the storm I hope this weather reporter got a big bonus for doing the weather today #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/OJPRzmhEl7— Katy Metcalfe (@KatyMet) February 23, 2017 A Storm Doris ‘weather bomb’ bringing 100mph gusts and blizzard-like snow has wreaked havoc across the UK – here’s how the internet reacted.It appears the British really do love talking about the weather; with travel chaos complaints, striking photos and jokes making up much of the Twitter reaction to the storm. People made the same jokes British survival tactics- Go to the Winchester and wait for #stormdoris to blow over pic.twitter.com/scs2L9nMkm— Roomlala (@RoomlalaEN) February 23, 2017 And they kept on coming … #stormdoris First devastating pictures emerge. pic.twitter.com/VxzZOa04QO— Antony Holt (@Hasselschmuck) February 23, 2017 Sky News already has a reporter on a windswept beach. #stormdoris pic.twitter.com/eKF6zideuz— Jonathan Haynes (@JonathanHaynes) February 23, 2017 #stormdoris causing absolute devastation so far #DorisDay #JudgmentDay pic.twitter.com/YgNvA5dyRf— Biggie Vito (@BiggieVito) February 23, 2017 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Back in the days of geek prehistory, a T-shirt was a signal to the world around you that you cared about your nerdy pursuits enough to fly them like a flag. Companies like Graphitti Designs contracted with movie studios and comics publishers to create shirts with our favorite characters and sold them up on the walls of comic book stores and through mail-order.The computer revolution has enabled the T-shirt world to become something totally new – affordable production and distribution means that shirts can be printed in small quantities and sold anywhere in the world. Starting with Threadless, dozens of companies popped up letting artists and designers show their stuff. It’s a better time than ever to be a geek fashionista, and if you’re looking to expand your wardrobe we’re going to help you out every week… on T-Shirt Tuesday.This week: Go Super Saiyan with these powerful Dragon Ball shirts.Kid GokuOne of the best things about Dragon Ball is how time progresses. When we first meet Goku in the series, he’s a spunky little kid flying around on a magic cloud. Over time he evolves into a musclebound beam-blasting savior of the cosmos, but we still have fond memories of those early days. Artist muchlutfi channels their inner Akira Toriyama with this shot of baby Goku flying into action.$20, buy it here.Capsule Corp.Run by Bulma’s father Dr. Brief, the Capsule Corporation is the industrial behemoth behind Dragonball‘s world, creators of the DynoCaps that allow pretty much anything to be miniaturized and carried around in a small pill-like object. The iconic logo is now yours to sport on the pocket area of a T-shirt, lovingly recreated by MoustacheRoboto. Maybe you can be a great inventor yourself one day. Just keep stuffing those capsules.$20, buy it here.Death Of YamchaThere’s a definite tonal shift in Dragon Ball after the Saiyans show up, and one of the pivotal moments is the death of Yamcha (along with Tien, Piccolo and Chaozu). As the heroic powers of the series’ protagonists grew through intense training, Yamcha always felt a little behind the times. Designer kaitokid delivers on a stark graphic shirt showing the poor sap after being blown up by a Saibaman.$20, buy it here.I’m BuuArtist Akira Toriyama has an incredible gift for creating expressive, iconic faces using just a few lines. Over the course of the Dragon Ball series he’s come up with some real winners. One of our favorites is the puffy pink visage of antagonist Buu, plastered all over this shirt from artist SergiGD. The rubbery magical being has the ability to reconstitute his body from just about any insult, which hopefully translates to the T-shirt.$20, buy it here.Cha La Head Cha LaIf you came up watching Dragon Ball when it hit American TV screens in the early 90s you remember the insanely catchy Japanese theme song by Hironobu Kageyama. The wildly popular tune accompanied the franchise for 199 episodes and a bunch of movies. Designer BoggsNicolas remembers it all too fondly and if you wear this original design we bet people’ll get it stuck in their heads too.$20, buy it here.PiccoloOriginally created as a despicable villain for the series, Piccolo eventually evolved into one of the most important members of Goku’s supporting cast. The green-skinned Namekian has been involved in many of the anime’s sagas, and OtakuTeez present a really cool design that sort of echoes the classic Batman logo while giving it an anime twist.$20, buy it here.Senzu BeanzIn the Dragon Ball universe, a Senzu bean is basically the perfect food, a legume of spectacular restorative power that can bring a man or saiyan back from the brink of death, keep you full for ten days straight and perform all sorts of other miracles. Artist karlangas takes inspiration from the classic British label for Heinz beans to make this clever and nourishing mash-up shirt.$20, buy it here.I Love My Two DadsThe Dragon Ball series is well-known for big crazy fights, but it’s also a remarkably sweet picture of family in a bunch of different forms. AdamTisdale hits us right in the heartstrings with this picture of Gohan and his two dads – biological father Goku and adoptive dad Piccolo. Family is where you find it, friends.$20, buy it here.Final FlashDragon Ball has more than it’s share of ultimate fight-ending techniques, and they just keep getting crazier as the series goes on. When Vegeta first unleashes his Final Flash against Perfect Cell, it’s brutal enough to plow off the top half of the android’s torso. He’s busted it out a few other times since, and designer c0y0te7 gives us a badass typographic treatment.$20, buy it here.ShenronThe mighty dragon Shenron appears when all seven Dragon Balls have been gathered to grant any wish the heart desires (with some restrictions). Toriyama’s brilliant design for the creature has evolved over the ages, but this excellent shirt by redwane captures him at his most insouciant.$20, buy it here.CellThe Dragon Ball series is sort of all about maximalism, with bigger and crazier villains and problems to solve. So it’s interesting that artist karlangas decided to go the other way and give us a rendering of one of the series’ most notorious villains, Cell, in a striking monochromatic style. This is a pretty seriously badass shirt.$20, buy it here. T-Shirt Tuesday: The Best Monster Hunter ShirtsT-Shirt Tuesday: The Best Gundam Shirts Stay on target
Mumbai : The Mumbai Police’s Anti-Extortion Cell nabbed Rizwan Iqbal Kaskar, nephew of absconder mafia don Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar, as he was trying to flee from the country, sources said here on Thursday. The arrest was made after he was spotted at the Mumbai Airport and was preparing to embark a flight reportedly to Dubai, on Wednesday night. Also Read – CBI carrying out surprise checks at 150 government departments Advertise With Us Rizwan is the son of Dawood’s younger brother, Iqbal Ibrahim Kaskar, who is currently in custody since nearly two years in extortion cases in Mumbai and Thane. Barely two days back, the AEC had arrested Ahmed Raza Wadharia, a confidante of Dawood gangster Fahim Machmach in an extortion case. During Wadharia’s interrogation, Rizwan’s name also cropped up and after confirming the information, the police set a trap for him and nabbed him.
Kapra: Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) celebrated the 64thFoundation Day on a grand scale at GHMC office here on Monday.BMS state leader Parusaramulu hoisted the union’s flag.Kapra circle sanitation workers, leaders A Ravinder, Gangadhar, Raju, Satyanarayana, M Lal, Gopal, Satya Murthy, Krishna Ganesh, Srinivas, Parusaram, Bal Narasimha, Dasaratha, K Maisamma, Gundamma and others were present on the occasion.
Sunny Deol joins BJP; likely to contest Lok Sabha elections from GurdaspurIBTimes INBJP’s Lok Sabha candidate from East Delhi, Gautam Gambhir during a roadshow ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, in New Delhi on April 26, 2019.IANSTrouble seems to be following cricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir after an FIR was filed against him for holding a rally without taking prior permission.The FIR was filed by the Delhi Police under the direction of the Election Commission for Gambhir violating the Moral code of Conduct of the elections. The election rally was held in Jungpura on April 25, Thursday, according to reports.Gambhir is one of the newest members of the Bharatiya Janata Party and will be contesting from the East Delhi constituency. He was inducted into the party in March in the presence of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.Aitishi, Gambhir’s rival in the East Delhi constituency, called Gambhir out on Twitter after the FIR was filed against him. She tweeted, “First, Discrepancies in nomination papers. Then, Criminal offence of having 2 voter IDs. Now, FIR for illegal rally. My question to @GautamGambhir: When you don’t know the rules, why play the game? (sic).” However, this is not the only controversy which has followed the former cricketer. Atishi had earlier filed a criminal complaint against him for holding two voter ID cards for two separate constituencies, which is illegal. She filed the complaint at the Tis Hazara court in Delhi. She alleged that Gambhir had the voter’s ID cards for Karol Bagh and Rajinder Nagar.Possessing two voter ID cards is in direct violation of the Representation of the People Act (RPA) and if Gambhir is found guilty, he will face one year jail time. His hearing will take place on May 1.Earlier this week, both the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party had called for the disqualification of Gambhir over an alleged problem in his nomination papers. However, their claims were rubbished by the polling officer who said that there is “substantial compliance” in his papers and his nomination will be accepted, reports NDTV.Gambhir’s nomination exposed the fact that he is the richest candidate to be fielded in Delhi with Rs 147 crore worth of movable and immovable assets.
Representational picture: Pakistan International Airlines flightFAROOQ NAEEM/AFP/Getty ImagesPakistan International Airlines incurred the wrath of many following an advertisement stating that a breakfast of sausages and baked beans was the taste of home. In the ad, which was trending on Twitter, the airlines said it will serve the ‘taste of home’ on board and they will do that with a dash of salt and pepper. Pakistan International Airlines wrote: “Just when you start missing it, we serve you a taste of home! A dash of salt and little bit of pepper, we tantalize your taste buds with our delicious meal to welcome the glorious morning! #PIA #BreakfastWithPIA” TwitterThis triggered a series of replies to the tweet with angry Twitterati saying that Anda and paratha was a taste of home and not an English breakfast with sausages and baked beans with an omelette.One angry Twitter user replied: “Please ask the Air Marshal running the airline if this is for Pakistanis or Brits. I ask because this is not a taste of home for Pakistanis and for Brits hash browns and bacon are missing.”Another user placated the situation saying that he would prefer this breakfast compared to the “greasy omelettes and the dry bun.”
TwitterThe last two times Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) had to select a coach for the Indian team, it selected a Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) that included Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman and Sourav Ganguly. A better group of three men could not have been found for taking on this responsibility. The presence of Ganguly was most valuable as he is the man who pulled Indian cricket out of the morass it found itself in when Sachin Tendulkar resigned as the skipper in 2000.Dada was able to do that because of his vision for the Indian team – a side capable of winning in all conditions. To have that vision while picking the man who will guide the Indian team in future is essential.But this time around, the three members chosen for the task are Kapil Dev, Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy. All three are highly respected members of Indian cricket fraternity and have served the country with distinction. But are they the right people for the job given? Considering the question dispassionately will produce some uncomfortable answers. Ganguly, Tendulkar and Laxman were part of the earlier CACLet’s look at all three members one-by-one. Anshuman Gaikwad, who coach India in the 1990s is one of the three. What’s his record as a coach? Well, to begin with, not very good. Secondly, and more importantly, he was the coach under whom Indian team embarked on that notorious policy of getting square-turners prepared for home Tests, using Anil Kumble and any two good tweakers to bundle out opposition, and earning easy victories.What this tactic did was make India a completely hopeless side outside the subcontinent. Gaikwad and Mohammad Azharuddin were responsible for this strategy. Now, do we want to go back to the era of 1990s? Will Gaikwad look for a coach who, unlike him, wants to win in all conditions? It is hard to say. Still, his lack of success and lack of a vision is something the BCCI could do without.Let’s come to the next person – Kapil Dev, another former coach. Now, Kapil paaji is the greatest Indian cricketer of all time but he too was a failure as a coach. While he has taken to commentary and exudes more passion for India than anyone else, his tenure as coach was one of the worst periods in Indian cricket history. Sourav Ganguly even alluded to the inability of Dev to coach the Indian team in an interesting exchance between the two on TV some years ago. Also the legendary 1983 World Cup-winning captain played in an era of no professional coaches. How will he be able to know the best requirement of modern-day coaches. Kapil Dev wasn’t successful as a coachIANSLast but not the least, let’s talk about Shantha Rangaswamy. She is one of the original heroines of Indian women’s cricket and has been duly awarded for her achievements. But here is one question: On what basis has the BCCI decided that she would be the best person to select the next coach of the Indian team? It is hard to avoid the conclusion that she has been chosen simply to have a female representative in the committee.This bit of affirmative action is good for other things but not when a very serious issues, relating to the male Indian cricket team, is being dealt with. Rangaswamy hasn’t been a very prominent figure in the Indian cricket stage. What makes the BCCI think that she is more qualified than so many of the previous players.All in all, the CAC created by BCCI is completely ill-suited to the task. It won’t be surprising if they make a bad decision. However, with Ravi Shastri likely to continue in his position, perhaps, there won’t be a need to make any decision!
Stay on target What do you want to know about the iPhone 8/whatever the next major iPhone is called? Its official reveal is still scheduled for September 12 (which we knew before it was official). But at this point, we’re pretty sure we can confirm so much about the upcoming smartphone you’d think someone left one at a Gizmodo office.How much will the new iPhone cost? Probably around $1,000. What’s its biggest new feature? Literally, the screen is bigger, 5.8 inches that stretches to the edges of the device. What about the cameras? Apple loves it when people use iPhones for photography, but these new cameras also include new augmented reality and security features. Is anything being left behind? There’s still no headphone jack, and the new expansive screen means the home button is now virtual instead of physical. That design could also push the fingerprint scanner to the back of the phone.Can we technically confirm any of those details yet? No, not until September. But at this point, the evidence is getting pretty overwhelming. Industry insiders keep repeating pretty much the same details. Case manufacturers are teasing products that fit this hypothetical iPhone. That’s where this picture we keep using comes from.via Nodus and Gordon KellyBut perhaps most damningly, now leaks are even coming out of Apple’s other own products. Inside the software for Apple’s upcoming HomePod speaker, users discovered an icon for a phone that looks suspiciously close to the rumored iPhone 8 that’d be launching around the same time this holiday. Not only does the icon have the bezel-free Samsung Galaxy S8-esque screen, but it also has the alleged redesigned top front-facing camera bar capable of better facial scanning.We’re pretty much repeating ourselves when it comes to iPhone 8 rumors these days. Tune back in next week when someone drops one off at our office, and we cover even more of its “rumored” features.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Apple Brings Contactless Student IDs to More UniversitiesCelebrate World Emoji Day With Diverse New Characters
Windows 10 1803 1809 updates KB4499183 KB4497934 released by Martin Brinkmann on May 22, 2019 in Windows – Last Update: May 22, 2019 – 11 commentsMicrosoft started the rollout of the May 2019 Update for Windows 10 yesterday. The company announced earlier this year that it would improve the upgrade functionality to give administrators more control over the installation of new feature updates for the operating system.The functionality landed in Windows 10 version 1803 and version 1809 yesterday as well with the release of the cumulative updates KB4499183 and KB4497934.The two preview updates for Windows 10, the official release will be on the June 2019 Patch Tuesday, June 11, 2019, introduce new features and fix certain issues.Among the new features is support for the new upgrading behavior. Microsoft notes:[..] we are introducing functionality that allows you to decide when to install a feature update. You control when you get a feature update while simultaneously keeping your devices up to date. Feature updates that are available for eligible devices will appear in a separate module on the Windows Update page (Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update). If you would like to get an available update right away, select Download and install now.Windows 10 administrators who consider upgrading to the May 2019 Upgrade from Windows 10 version 1803 or 1809 may want to install the May 21 patches first. It is unclear if they are prerequisites for upgrading these systems to Windows 10 version 1903, the May 2019 Update.The two updates are already available on Windows Update. Note that it is necessary to run a manual check for updates to install these on Windows 10 systems, and that they are previews.In other words: these are beta releases and it is not recommended to install them on production machines.Make sure you backup important files and the system before you start installing any updates that Microsoft throws your way.Here are the other fixes and changes that these two updates make and introduce:KB4499183 for Windows 10 version 1803Support link: KB4499183Direct download link: Microsoft Update CatalogHere are the fixes and improvements:Go back to a host browser from a Windows Defender Application Guard container.Fixed an issue that caused Internet Explorer to stop responding to requests.Fixed a looping redirects issue between Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.Updated wininet.dll to “prevent the re-creation of File Transfer Protocol (FTP) control sessions”.Fixed the loading of new icon files if icon files have bad formats.Japanese short date format improvements.Updated Palestinian Authority time zone information.Fixed a Group Policy issue that prevented desktop wallpapers from updating.Fixed a Bluetooth peripheral devices removal issue.Fixed an Event Log Service issue for log entries with apostrophes or single quote characters.Fixed an Azure Active Directory issue that occurs during authentication and may slow down the performance of apps.Fixed a Windows Server Update Services server downloading issue caused by Windows Defender Application Control policies.Fixed a remote desktop session disconnect issue when using third-party credential providers.Fixed an issue that may cause a temporary KRB_AP_ERR_MODIFIED Kerberos sign-in failure in in certain applications and services.Fixed an ActiveX controls installation issue through proxy servers.Fixed sign-ins to fail with “Incorrect Username or password” when using an empty or null password and Windows Defender Credential Guard.Fixed an issue that caused Microsoft Office and other apps to prompt for a password after changing a user account password on hybrid Azure Active Directory joined systems.Fixed a BranchCache using more disk space than assigned issue under certain circumstances. Microsoft recommends that admins run netsh branchcache flush to fully address the issue after patch installation.Fixed event 7600 in the Domain Name System server event log containing unreadable server names.Fixed a Network File System share access issues.Fixed an issue that caused servers needing to restart because the system nonpaged pool consumed too much memory.Fixed NumLock not working properly in a Remote Assistance session.Addressed an issue with the “Allow uninstallation of language features when a language is uninstalled.” Group Policy.Fixed Error 0xc000026b when users sign out.Fixed an error that caused the Windows Event Log service to stop working.Fixed an issue that caused rendering to stop working for svg elements.Know issues:Preboot Execution Environment issue (longstanding). Workarounds are available.Cluster Shared Volume issue with certain file and folder operations. Workarounds are available. KB4497934 for Windows 10 version 1809Support link: KB4497934Direct download link: Microsoft Update CatalogHere are the fixes and improvements (shares most issues with KB4499183, only unique ones listed):Fixed an issue in Microsoft Edge that would hide PDF annotations.Addressed an issue that removed UserRights policies from all users in a security group when removing a device from a mobile device management (MDM) server or Microsoft Intune deleted a UserRights policy.Fixed a Microsoft Surface Hub sign-in issue with Azure Active Directory accounts.Fixed a Bitlocker issue that prevented it from encrypting data drives if “Enforce drive encryption on fixed data drives” was enabled in the Group Policy.Fixed a login time recording issue.Morocco time zone information update.Japanese Era fixes.Fixed servers not accepting SMB connections anymore.Fixed scrollLeft issue in Internet Explorer.Addressed an issue with Assigned Access deployments (formerly Kiosk Mode) that prevented a user from logging on to an Assigned Access profile.Addressed an issue that prevented a Generation 2 virtual machine from starting on a Windows Server 2019 Hyper-V host.Known issues:Same as KB4499183 plus the following ones.Print error “Your printer has experienced an unexpected configuration problem. 0x80070007e” when printing using Microsoft Edge or Uwp apps. Workaround is available.Asian language pack error “0x800f0982 – PSFX_E_MATCHING_COMPONENT_NOT_FOUND”. Workaround is available.SummaryArticle NameWindows 10 1803 1809 updates KB4499183 KB4497934 releasedDescriptionMicrosoft released the cumulative updates KB4499183 and KB4497934 for Windows 10 version 1803 and Windows 10 version 1809 on May 21, 2019.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
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Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. March 2, 2009 – Results were released today from a clinical study of the quarter-time Xpress3.Cardiac, UltraSPECT’s WBR (wide-beam reconstruction) image reconstruction algorithm used to create half-time SPECT images of high diagnostic quality. The study was conducted in the Division of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiology, St.-Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in New York It was conducted by a group of researchers led by Dr. DePuey, M.D., director of nuclear medicine at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt and professor of radiology at Columbia University. “For perfusion SPECT, quarter-time WBR affords image quality, defect characterization, and functional assessment equivalent to full-time OSEM, providing the potential for decreased SPECT acquisition times and/or decreased radiopharmaceutical doses,” said Dr. DePuey. “However, users should be aware of the differences between the various methods when reporting functional results; compared to full-time gated SPECT, quarter-time gated WBR yields significantly lower LVEF’s.”Since the introduction of the half-time Xpress.Cardiac in 2005, UltraSPECT’s WBR image reconstruction algorithm has been in routine clinical use for nuclear cardiology, producing half-time SPECT images of high diagnostic quality. WBR incorporates simultaneous resolution recovery and noise control during reconstruction without applying a post-processing filter. The purpose of the current study was to clinically evaluate the more recently introduced Xpress3.Cardiac product for quarter-time imaging, and determine whether this image acquisition protocol processed by the WBR algorithm optimized for quarter-time SPECT produced adequate imaging outcomes.The study used the optimized algorithm, in which 209 patients (91 men, 118 women, mean chest circumference = 40 inches) were imaged at rest and stress (dosage: 9 and 32 mCi99 Tc-sestamibi, respectively), first full-time using OSEM (and FBP), and then quarter-time with the new optimized WBR algorithm. Full-time rest scans were acquired in just over 14 minutes (180 degree arc covered by 64 stops at 25 seconds per stop (sps) with a 90 degree, angled, dual-headed detector), while full-time gated (eight frames per cardiac cycle) post-stress scans were performed at 20 sps. Each of these tests were immediately followed by their quarter-time counterparts: rest (6 sps) and post-stress (4 sps) gated SPECT. Blinded observers graded scan quality (1 = poor to 5 = excellent) based on myocardial uniformity, endocardial/epicardial edge definition, and background noise. Perfusion defects were scored using a 17-segment model. In addition, three different commercially available software methods were used to calculate EDV, ESV, and LVEF, Dr. DePuey said.The results of the study showed that for rest studies, the mean image quality for quarter-time WBR was equivalent to those of full-time OSEM and full-time FBP. For stress, quarter-time WBR quality was actually superior to full-time OSEM. In patients with chest circumferences greater than 44 inches, a longer, 10 sps WBR acquisition improved resting image quality, researchers said. Mean SSSs, SRSs, and SDSs were not significantly different with quarter-time WBR vs. full-time OSEM or FBP. As for the quantitative analysis of LV volume and function, all three software methods employed showed a good correlation between LVEF, EDV, and ESV as determined by WBR vs. OSEM, although ESV’s were generally higher with WBR, primarily due to better delineation of the valve plane at end-systole; EDV’s, however, were similar. Thus, EF’s were significantly lower with WBR, the study concluded. 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Tuesday, June 25, 2019 “He was kind, gentle and thoughtful”: Industry veteran Ed Day dies at 49 TORONTO — Ed Day was a much-loved and respected travel industry veteran whose sudden passing is generating an outpouring of memories and condolences.His death over the weekend “has come as a massive shock”, says Hayden Yates, Travel Industry Sales & Marketing Director for Disney Destinations.Yates worked with Day for several years, ever since Day joined Disney as DSM, Ontario for The Walt Disney Company (Canada) in 2016.Before coming onboard with Disney, Day was Sales Manager, Canada for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, from 2011 to 2016. Other stints in the industry include Park N Fly Canada as Senior Sales Rep, from 2007 to 2011. Day was also Sales Manager for Jade Tours from 2003 to 2006.“Our deepest condolences go out to Ed’s family. He has a young son,” said Yates. Day was 49 years old.Industry friends are sharing their memories of Day on Facebook, he added. “It just goes to show how big a personality he had in the industry,” says Yates. “He was so kind, gentle and thoughtful.”More news: Kory Sterling is TL Network Canada’s new Sales Manager CanadaFuneral services are taking place Thursday, June 27. Friends and family may visit McEachnie Funeral Home, 28 Old Kingston Road, Ajax (905-428-8488) from 12–3 p.m. Funeral service will follow in the chapel at 3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to a GoFundMe campaign (http://gf.me/u/tqgssm), which will be used solely for Braydon’s future education and for sports. Alternatively, donations can also be made to the following account via direct transfer: 06702-003-5396379. Online condolences may be placed at www.mceachniefuneral.ca. Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >> Share Posted by
A week after Costa Rica celebrated the66th anniversary of the abolition of its armed forces, President Luis Guillermo Solís criticized growing arms spending in Latin America during a speech at the Ibero-American Summit in Veracruz, Mexico, on Sunday. In his remarks Solís noted a “troubling” tendency in the region toward militarization.“When I look at Latin America I am concerned about too much spending on arms. I believe that while there is a legitimate interest in defending one’s country, there are other productive and social needs that require these resources that are not abundant in our countries,” Solís said.Latin America spends a relatively small amount on arms compared to the rest of the world, with the United States and China as the top two big spenders. But while arms buying might not attract attention internationally, Latin America has seen significant increases in military investment in recent years, according to figures compiled by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, which tracks global military spending. Brazil is the biggest military spender in Latin America, after recently acquiring a nuclear submarine and an air carrier, when it dropped a cool $31.5 billion in 2013, according to SIPRI.Central America as a region has seen the largest relative growth in military spending in Latin America, according to SIPRI. In 2013, Central America and the Caribbean spent $9.6 billion on their armed forces, up 6 percent from 2012 compared to a 1.6 percent increase in South America. In 2012, Central America and the Caribbean saw an 8.1 percent increase in military spending, the largest percentage change in the world that year.Increased military spending by Costa Rica’s northern neighbor, Nicaragua, has rattled officials here. Foreign Minister Manuel González said in September that Nicaragua’s expressed desire to purchase naval and air assets from Russia was a concern for Costa Rica and the region as a whole. In May, ex-Foreign Minister Enrique Castillo accused Russia of trying to set up military bases in Nicaragua.“That’s why I want to use this opportunity to make a call for prudence and reason on this subject that has spread across Latin America. I look with concern at this situation and how these decisions could lead us to undesirable results,” the president said. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rican veterans reflect 66 years after abolition of army Costa Rica seeks Nobel Peace Prize for abolishing its army Landmark Arms Trade Treaty spearheaded by Costa Rica’s ex-President Óscar Arias goes into effect Costa Rica announces its own international aid policy
5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility In Germany, there are currently about 7,000 Salafis in the country — nearly double the 3,800 estimated four years ago, the Interior Ministry said last month. About 100 French mosques are now controlled by Salafis, a small number compared to the more than 2,000 Muslim houses of worship, but more than double the number four years ago, a senior security official told The Associated Press. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. France does not do head-counts by religious practices or origins.In Britain the numbers are on the rise, too. Seven percent of Britain’s 1,740 mosques are run by Salafis, according to Mehmood Naqshbandi, an expert on Britain’s Muslims and counter-extremism adviser to the British government who keeps a database of the various currents of Islam in Britain. He says those numbers are steadily growing, especially among young people — and that a quarter to half of British Muslims under 30 “accept some parts or all of the Salafi theology.”Today, the Internet is largely seen as the main route for youth to quickly radicalize. But radicalization can be cultivated in places where Muslims socialize, like mosques. And there, said the French security official, it is Salafis who are considered the principle purveyors of radical ideology. Comments Share Top Stories Critics say police often infringe upon the freedom of worship in their mission to monitor Salafi extremists. “It would be naive to think there is never a risk,” said Samir Amghar, a specialist on Salafism. But to consider that every sign of ultraconservative Islam presents a danger “risks stigmatizing a large majority of Muslims.”And some Salafis say that the common image of their lives as being one of rigid worship — with no enjoyment — is a myth.Olivier Corel, a Salafi who reportedly figured in the religious life of Mohammed Merah — who killed three children, a rabbi and three paratroopers in 2012 — went skiing with his wife in the Pyrenees in January.“We have fun. We have fun. We have fun,” his wife told the AP by telephone, before hanging up.Rachid Abou Houdeyfa, a Salafi imam in the western French city of Brest known for his You Tube sermons of do’s and don’ts, created one video showing himself and a buddy in a pleasure boat and titled it “Can One Have Fun?”“We’re going swimming,” he said before diving into the water.___David Rising in Berlin and Sylvia Hui in London contributed to this report. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies The vital role family plays in society PARIS (AP) — Its imams preach austere piety, its tenets demand strict separation of sexes — and some of its most radical adherents are heeding the call of jihad. Salafism, an Islamic movement based on a literal reading of the Quran, is on the rise in France, Germany and Britain, security officials say, with Salafis sharply increasing their influence in mosques and on the streets.The trend worries European authorities, who see Salafism as one of the inspirational forces for young Europeans heading to Syria or Iraq to do battle for the Islamic State group. Experts, however, point out that the vast majority of Salafis are peace-loving. Experts say Salafis in France have been waging a campaign of stealth to take over mosques. First they develop a following, then begin criticizing the imam in order to win control over the faithful, security officials and moderate Muslims say. Youth and converts to Islam are considered the most vulnerable to such messages.Experts of Islam divide Salafis into three groups: the traditional brand of “quietists” who eschew politics; those who become politicized; and the hardcore worshippers who follow the call of jihad.Today, Salafism has become a buzzword for danger. In Germany, authorities consider all Salafis as extremists, and security officials in Europe believe there is a direct line from the peaceful version to the version that embraces jihad — and risks tempting the fragile into fanaticism.“The bridge is short,” said Alain Rodier, a former intelligence officer who is now a terrorism specialist.Salafism, in principle, should not be a cause for concern, said Naqshbandi, the British expert. But, he said, the very simplicity of its message means anyone can warp it to his own ends.“People who want to pursue militant political Islam have a set of tools available … which they can twist to argue their case,” Naqshbandi said. He called the Islamic State group, which champions Salafism, the prime example of how the theology can be abused. Those who practice Salafism — which comes from the word “salafs,” or ancestors — seek to emulate the Islam of the prophet Muhammad and his early followers, which they consider the purest form of the religion. Salafis, who are Sunni Muslims, are easily identifiable. Men wear beards and robes above the ankle and women often cover their faces.A mosque outside Lyon won an unusual case last week against a Salafi worshipper taken to court after months of tension. Faouzi Saidi, 51, was convicted of troubling public order inside a house of worship and fined. He admitted to criticizing the imam for what he claimed were theological lapses, but claimed he only once held “parallel prayers” in a corner with a group of followers.The case was thought to be the first in France by Muslims against a Muslim invoking a 1905 law to guarantee secularism — used by the government to pass bans on headscarves and face-covering veils.France has worked to put a safety ring around Islam since deadly January terror attacks in Paris, seeking to stifle the spread of extremism in areas considered fertile terrain. Authorities have notably started taking down Internet sites that glorify terrorism and are pressing ahead with a training program to instill imams with French values. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Sponsored Stories Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. FILE – In this file photo dated Tuesday, May 26, 2015 a man makes a phone call as he walk past a mosque in Oullins outside Lyon, central France. The mosque won an unusual case last week against a Salafi worshipper taken to court after months of tension. The case was thought to be the first in France by Muslims against a Muslim invoking a 1905 law to guarantee secularism _ used by the government to pass bans on headscarves and face-covering veils. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani, File) Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day
Air New Zealand can breathe easy after the US Department of Justice has ceased its five year long cargo cartel investigation against the carrier.The US Department of Justice federal prosecutors confirmed in a letter that they have concluded their investigations against Air New Zealand, stating the airline “is no longer a subject or target of the ongoing grand jury investigation.”The result follows successful outcomes for the carrier when last year they were not listed among the airlines fined by the European Commission and prior to that, confirmation from regulators in South Korea that the carrier was not among airlines fined at the conclusion of their investigations.“Air New Zealand welcomes this further step as it continues to demonstrate its innocenece in respect of the cartel allegations,” Air New Zealand general counsel John Blair said.“This brings a closure not only for the airline but also, importantly to a few individuals who have had to live for more than five years under the threat of criminal penalties, despite the airline’s confidence in their innocence.“Air New Zealand has conducted and continues to conduct its business affairs in compliance with the laws of the countries that it services,” Mr Blair said.Regulators from across the world commenced investigations into the air cargo industry back in 2005, fines imposed to date on airlines that have been found guilty exceeded US$1billion. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P
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