Hardline Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani was hospitalised here on Sunday due to ill health.The Hurriyat Conference chairman was shifted to SKIMS hospital after he complained of abdominal cramps, dehydration and weakness, a Hurriyat spokesman said.He said Mr. Geelani has been admitted at the hospital and is under observation. He added, there is “nothing serious” as far as the Hurriyat hawk’s health is concerned. The octogenarian leader has been under house arrest in his uptown Hyderpora residence here for over an year.
Right-arm pacer Mohammed Shami has insisted that he has worked really hard on his fitness and skills in the last two years and will be looking to give his best in the upcoming Champions Trophy beginning June 1 in England and Wales.Shami, who last played for India in an ODI, back in 2015 World Cup, has been included in the 15-member squad for the Champions Trophy and thus is looking for a fresh start in the 50-over format.”I am coming to ODI cricket after a long gap of two years. Coming from the injury I have focused on my fitness, I have lost weight and have worked on my weaknesses. I want to perform well in the Champions Trophy and I want to start from where I left. I want to give my best,” Shami said.The 27-year-old is currently playing for Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and he feels that IPL games will be providing him with a great match practice in as he prepares for the marquee event.”It would be a good thing for me that I am playing in IPL as it will give me the match practice required for the Champions Trophy.”The right-arm pacer hopes that the quartet of him, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah would be able to perform well in England.”I think we have a very good pace attack for the Champions Trophy. I think India has one of the best pace attacks. We have to work together and help each other in the team. We have to focus as to how much we can guide each other. We are looking forward to the tournament,” he said.advertisementCommenting on the chances of India retaining the Champions Trophy, the pacer said, “100 percent India can win the Champions Trophy. We will try to give our best and will give more than our 100 percent.”
Xiaomi’s arguably most popular phone Redmi Note 4 is set to go on sale today. The device will be available via Flipkart and Mi.com and sale begins at 12pm today. The smartphone was launched in January this year and is priced at Rs 9,999 for base variant in India.The Redmi Note 4 is a successor to Redmi Note 3 smartphone and is available in three storage variants — 2GB RAM with 32GB internal storage variant which costs Rs 9,999).Next is the 3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage which is priced at Rs. 10,999. Lastly, there is a 4GB RAM model with 64GB storage model which costs Rs 12,999.The device runs MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and is powered by Snapdragon 625 SoC processor. Redmi Note 4 is backed by 4100mAh battery and is available in grey, gold, silver and matte black colour options. The smartphone sports a 5.5-inch 2.5D curved glass IPS display with 1080×1920 pixels of resolution.On the photography front, the smartphone is equipped with a 13MP rear-camera and a 5MP selfie-shooter.According to a latest IDC report, Redmi Note 4 is the highest shipped smartphone in India in Q12017. It replaced the Samsung Galaxy J2 which was ranked as the top model back in Q4 2016.Xiaomi along with Amazon also held the second-round of sales for Redmi 4 on Tuesday. The smartphone went on sale starting 12pm, both on Aamzon and Mi.com. Redmi 4 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 octa-core processor clocked at the speed of 1.4GHz and is also available is three storage variants- with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM which costs Rs 6,999, the 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM which is priced at Rs 8,999 and last one is the 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM model which costs Rs 10,999 and is yet to reach India. There are reports that Xiaomi will launch the 4GB RAM variant in India during June-end.advertisementAlso Read: Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 review: Raising the bar
World Cup winner Munaf Patel has heaped praise on India’s pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah and termed him a “confident” player always willing to learn. Bumrah is currently ranked world No.1 in one day internationals.Bumrah has an uncanny action and is incredibly consistent with his toe-crushers. He has grown into one of the best white-ball bowlers since making his limited-overs debut in 2016.Recently, Jasprit Bumrah played an instrrumental role in India’s maiden Test series victory in Australia. Bumrah was the joint leading wicket-taker (21 wickets) along with Aussis spinner Nathan Lyon.”Jasprit Bumrah is a quick learner. Thanks to Mumbai Indians for giving him a chance. He learned slower and yorker deliveries from Lasith Malinga in Mumbai Indians and then also worked with Shane Bond and Zaheer Khan. He is a confident guy and is always ready to learn from others. He has also worked hard on his fitness. He has proven that anything can be achieved if you are ready to learn,” Munaf Patel told Sports Tak in an exclusive chat.Munaf, who was part of the victorious World Cup team in 2011, also said India have a strong team and that make them one of the top contenders to lift the World Cup in England and Wales starting May 30.”India’s bowling unit has been performing well. India’s batting has always been strong but our bowling has also become very strong now. We have been winning matches and series overseas and that will boost the team’s morale ahead of the World Cup. We have a strong team and that makes us one of the top contenders to win the World Cup,” Munaf said.advertisement”In England, the pitches with assist the fast bowlers and we have quality pacers in the side. Our spinners are also top class. Our chances in the World Cup are very high,” the former India paceman said.India start their World Cup campaign against South Africa at The Rose Bowl in Southampton on June 5.Also Watch:
CSL ‘He’s not fit to play’ – Shanghai Shenhua coach slams ‘overweight’ Tevez 10:52 13/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) CSL Shanghai Shenhua The 33-year-old has only just returned from an injury, but his new coach doesn’t appear ready to welcome him back with open arms. New Shanghai Shenhua manager Wu Jingui has taken aim at “overweight” striker Carlos Tevez, saying the Argentine won’t play for him until he gets in shape. Tevez returned from injury on Sunday after taking time off to rehab in his native Argentina. Following the match, a 2-1 loss to Henan Jianye, Shanghai Shenhua manager Gus Poyet was sacked. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing His replacement pulled no punches when quizzed by reporters about the 33-year-old’s fitness. “I won’t pick him right now. He’s not ready physically. He’s not fit to play,” Wu said of Tevez, who has been constantly linked with a return to Boca Juniors.“He is overweight, along with [Fredy] Guarin. I have to take responsibility for the team and the players as well.”If you are unable do your utmost to play, there’s no point in picking you.”Tevez joined Shanghai from Boca Juniors in December for a reported fee of £71.6 million, but has disappointed during his spell with the club. The former Manchester City and Juventus striker has made 11 appearances and scored just two goals in CSL this year while being plagued by a persistent calf injury.
What would you say are the strengths of your team? I’d say our strengths are the combination of young players and experienced players, as well as having coaches who are current players and extremely knowledgeable. It has allowed us to share ideas and experiences and I think this really makes us strong. Who do you expect to be your toughest opponents? Every team is going to be our toughest competitor. Every game and every team poses a different threat and so I think that this, as well as the nature of the Elite Eight series, makes it impossible to say which team will be our toughest competitor. What would it mean to you to win the Elite Eight series? It would be so awesome to win the Elite Eight series and it would be a credit to all of the hard work the girls and our coaches have done in the lead-up to the series. Also to say that we have won the first Elite Eight series would be incredible! To overcome all of the talent that will be on display would be a great achievement.Stay tuned to the website for the upcoming editions of In The Spotlight, which will feature every team in the Elite Eight series. To keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and information in the lead up to and during the 2011 X-Blades National Touch League, go to www.ntl.mytouchfooty.com and don’t forget to become a fan of Touch Football Australia on Facebook by clicking on the following link:http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Touch-Football-Australia/384949403384 How is your team’s preparation going in the lead up to the event? The Scorps girls have been training really well and we’ve had a lot of fun. Tash (coach – Tony El Takchi) is teaching us a lot and keeping us all together so it will be interesting to see how we go in a proper game. In the eleventh edition of In The Spotlight, the New South Wales Scorpions’ Sarah Peattie speaks about her team’s preparation in the lead up to the Elite Eight. How does it feel to be a part of the 2011 Elite Eight series? It feels so great to be a part of a new tournament and concept for elite Touch. It is going to be really competitive and a real challenge for every team.
VANCOUVER – Health officials in British Columbia have closed two oyster farms amid an investigation into another outbreak of norovirus linked to the consumption of raw oysters.The BC Centre for Disease Control says there have been about 40 cases of the acute stomach upset since early March and all those who became ill reported eating raw oysters from B.C.The centre says laboratory testing confirms the presence of norovirus in some of the cases and the illness is suspected in the rest of those who have become ill.An exact source of the contamination has not been determined but the centre says human sewage in seawater is the most likely cause.Nearly 350 cases of norovirus linked to raw or undercooked B.C. oysters were reported in B.C., Alberta and Ontario starting in late 2016 and continuing through early 2017, forcing the closure of 13 oyster farms on the B.C. coast.That outbreak was declared over in April 2017, and an article published the British Columbia Medical Journal last June determined sewage spread by ocean currents caused the widespread contamination.Researchers concluded the outbreak disproved claims that shellfish is safe to eat between September and April, and noted that bacteria, viruses and biotoxins persist in cold sea water year-round.The centre says it does not recommend eating raw oysters and advises the shellfish should be cooked to an internal temperature of 90 C for 90 seconds to kill pathogens.
___Trump team and China resume uphill effort to end trade riftWASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is resuming negotiations with China toward ending a trade war that has deepened uncertainty for businesses and investors and dimmed the outlook for the global economy. The two sides are to meet for the ninth time Wednesday, with some analysts expressing optimism that the world’s two biggest economies might be near some kind of agreement.___Face recognition researcher fights Amazon over biased AICAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — A researcher at MIT helped show big tech companies like Amazon, Microsoft and IBM that their facial recognition technology was biased. Then, she pressed them to do something about it. Now, some policymakers are pushing to set limits on facial recognition before it becomes entrenched in our everyday lives.___Report: Pilots in doomed plane followed emergency stepsNEW YORK (AP) — A published report says pilots of a doomed Ethiopian airliner had followed Boeing’s emergency steps for dealing with a sudden nose-down turn but couldn’t regain control. The Wall Street Journal says the pilots turned off an automated flight-control system and tried other steps before the 737 Max crashed and killed all 157 people aboard. The paper cited people familiar with preliminary findings of the crash investigation. Boeing urges against speculation until report is released.___Is that soy in your Whopper? Plant-based meat sales risingNEW YORK (AP) — From soy-based sliders to ground lentil sausages, plant-based meat substitutes are surging in popularity. And it’s carnivores instead of vegans or vegetarians who are among the biggest consumers. Growing demand for healthier, more sustainable food is one reason people are seeking plant-based meats. That’s also the reason behind rising sales of oat milk, cauliflower pizza crust and even coconut oil-based makeup.___Forget kibbles: US sales of fresh pet food are soaringDETROIT (AP) — U.S. pet owners are increasingly feeding fresh food to their dogs and cats. Data firm Nielsen says U.S. sales of fresh pet food in groceries and pet stores jumped 70% between 2015 and 2018, to more than $546 million. Proponents say fresh foods preserve nutrients and improve pets’ health. But some veterinarians question the trend, saying established products are backed by decades of research.___UK’s May holds ‘constructive’ Brexit talks with LabourLONDON (AP) — U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and the leader of the main opposition party have held talks on ending the impasse over Britain’s departure from the European Union. The move was a surprise about-face that outraged pro-Brexit members of May’s Conservative Party. Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay says the government didn’t set preconditions for the talks with Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. The move comes amid EU warnings that a damaging no-deal Brexit is growing more likely.___WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is “fully behind” Stephen Moore, his choice to help lead the Federal Reserve, despite unflattering details that have come to light about Moore’s personal life, a top White House official said Wednesday while also complaining about Washington’s “toxic” environment. “I spoke to the president yesterday. He completely supports Steve,” Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, told reporters. “So we are fully behind him, fully behind him.”___Researchers find more cases of Facebook app data exposureSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Security researchers have uncovered more instances of Facebook user data being publicly exposed on the internet, further underscoring its struggles as it deals with a slew of privacy problems. The researchers from the firm UpGuard said in a blog post Wednesday that the data, which included user names and passwords, came from two different Facebook apps that stored their data publicly on Amazon’s cloud services. Facebook says the databases have been taken down.___US investigates seizure risk with electronic cigarettesWASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. health officials are probing a new potential health risk with e-cigarettes: seizures. The Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday it is reviewing nearly three dozen reports of seizures among e-cigarette users, mainly teens and young adults. Seizures and convulsions are potential side effects of nicotine poisoning. But regulators say they need more information before making any connection and encouraged the public to report safety problems.___US stocks end moderately higher; S&P 500 on 5-day win streakNEW YORK (AP) — Stocks recovered from a late-afternoon bout of selling on Wall Street to finish modestly higher Wednesday, giving the benchmark S&P 500 its fifth straight gain. Technology stocks powered much of the rally, led by chipmakers. Retailers, homebuilders and hotel operators were among the big gainers. Energy companies, consumer goods makers and industrial stocks took the heaviest losses.___The S&P 500 index added 6.16 points, or 0.2%, to 2,873.40. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 39 points, or 0.1%, to 26,218.13. The Nasdaq composite, which is heavily weighted with technology stocks, climbed 46.86 points, or 0.6%, to 7,895.55. The Russell 2000 index of smaller company stocks picked up 7.59 points, or 0.5%, to 1,560.91.The Associated Press
The report covers developments since International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Mohamed ElBaradei issued his last report on 30 August.The 35-member Board of Governors of the IAEA will consider the report at its next meeting, which is scheduled to take place at its Vienna headquarters next Thursday.Last month Mr. ElBaradei told a General Assembly plenary meeting that Iran’s “active cooperation and transparency” are key to resolving the outstanding issues on the country’s nuclear ambitions.“If the Agency were able to provide credible assurance about the peaceful nature of Iran’s past and currently nuclear programme, this would go a long way towards building confidence, and could create the conditions for a comprehensive and durable solution,” he said. “Such a solution would assure the international community about the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear programme, while enabling Iran to make full use of nuclear technology for economic and social development.”Iran’s nuclear programme has been a matter of international concern since the discovery in 2003 that it had concealed its nuclear activities for 18 years in breach of its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Last December, the Security Council adopted a resolution banning trade with Iran in all items, materials, equipment, goods and technology which could contribute to the country’s enrichment-related, reprocessing or heavy water-related activities, or to the development of nuclear weapon delivery systems. It tightened the measures in March, banning arms sales and expanding the freeze on assets. 16 November 2007The head of the United Nations atomic watchdog has circulated his latest report regarding the nuclear programme of Iran to the agency’s Board of Governors.
11 June 2010The World Cup soccer tournament kicked off today in South Africa with the United Nations highlighting the critical role that sport plays in promoting both peace and development and in spurring action on a range of vital issues. The UN is harnessing the power of the World Cup, which is being held for the first time in Africa, to advance a host of objectives from ensuring quality education and a clean environment to reducing hunger and disease. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who attended the World Cup opening ceremony and game today in Johannesburg, described the event as a “great moment for the African continent” and a triumph for humanity.He told UN Radio that he was amazed by the “excitement and explosive energy” of all the nearly 100,000 spectators at the opening ceremony.“This gives a great sense of hope to many developing countries which have not been able to host this kind of a world event… I am very much impressed by what the South African Government and people have achieved now.Today’s opening “was a moment of reconciliation, victory and unity. Sport gives a great tool for development and political reconciliation and peacebuilding.”Mr. Ban and the UN family are using the World Cup to make a major push for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – the eight targets world leaders have pledged to achieve by 2015. “As we cheer the teams on the football pitch, let us remember: achieving the MDGs is not a spectator sport. It takes every one of us on the field,” he said in remarks to the Sports for Peace Gala in Johannesburg on Tuesday night. “If we work together, we can score a victory over poverty. We can defeat ignorance, discrimination and want. We can ensure every man and woman, every girl and boy has an opportunity on the playing field of life,” he stated.Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace, stressed the opportunities presented by mega-events such as the World Cup and the Olympic Games to boost social, economic and environmental development.“Sport has the unique power to attract, mobilize and inspire and is by far, the most popular activity in which youth engage,” he said ahead of the month-long World Cup.A host of UN agencies are undertaking efforts in connection with the event, including a major initiative to ‘green’ the World Cup and help reduce carbon emissions involving the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the South African Government. The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has a series of partnerships and programmes to harness the power of sport to promote children’s rights. It includes a programme to enable young people in Rwanda and Zambia who would otherwise not have the chance to watch the World Cup matches to do so via large open-air screens and projectors. A massive “Red Card” campaign has also been launched to target child abuse, exploitation, child sex tourism and trafficking.Other UN events and campaigns include those addressing racism and intolerance, child labour, violence and women and girls, and HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has released details for the session Investing in Innovation at its fourth SMMT International Automotive Summit, to be held at Clifford Chance, Canary Wharf, on the 12 June, and forms part of the day-long Innovation in Ultra-Low Carbon Technology stream, supported by EDF Energy.Positive news from the last Budget saw the government confirm detail for its previously announced R&D tax credit reform, providing private companies and foreign investors with added incentive to invest in UK automotive R&D, boosting high-skilled jobs and cementing the UK’s global lead in low carbon innovation.In the session Investing in innovation John Leech, Automotive Partner, KMPG LLP, will explain how tax incentives, like the above the line credits for R&D, can boost inward investment and aid decision-making. He will also express how other incentives have sustained investment in UK R&D, and continue to support engineering excellence and create thousands of highly skilled jobs.John Leech will go on to discuss the need for a strong industrial policy and look long-term at how the government and industry can raise the UK’s global competitiveness.Tony Harper, Head of Research and Advanced System Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover, will describe why the company chooses to make substantial and continued investment in plant, jobs and the manufacturing of a host of advanced new UK-built models. He will also outline what JLR perceives to be ideal conditions for investment going forward.Meanwhile, Toby Peters, CEO, Dearman Engine Company, will highlight the challenges of obtaining funding for its ultra-low carbon and zero-emission technologies projects with Ricardo that do not benefit from government support and incentives.To discuss advertising, exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, please contact 0808 178 8818 or firstname.lastname@example.org.The event will be held alongside the Canary Wharf Motorexpo, which runs from 11-17 June. To find out more about this year’s Summit, click here.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
Mackay is also linked to six further killings after allegedly confessing to them but later denied any involvement. A serial killer must not be released until police are certain he did not murder six victims he allegedly confessed to, families and MPs have said. Now he has been moved to an open prison and is due to appear before the parole board in August to learn if he will be released. Patrick Mackay, the UK’s longest serving prisoner, was jailed in 1975 after being convicted of three counts of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility. Two other cases lay on file. Victor Davies, 63, the son of a cafe-owner battered to death with a metal bar in her home in Holland Road, Westcliff-on-Sea,…
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Share Tweet Email Apr 17th 2017, 6:10 AM Monday 17 Apr 2017, 6:10 AM Short URL By Órla Ryan Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 16,698 Views 12 Comments ‘He’s very brave, he was in surgery for 10 hours’: Tommy Long finally gets scoliosis operation Tommy’s mother Michelle said he looks “unrecognisable” since the surgery. Tommy Source: Michelle LongTOMMY LONG HAS finally received his long-awaited scoliosis surgery after numerous delays.Last week Tommy (6) had his sixth surgery, where a rod that was removed from his back in September was replaced.TheJournal.ie has been following his story since last year. Tommy, who is from Kilkenny, had a vector rod inserted in September 2014, followed by a couple of lengthening sessions.Issues with the rod developed and he was waiting seven months for these to be fixed. A magnetic rod known as a magec rod was inserted in January 2016. In September, the rod became unhooked and cut through his bone. It was finally replaced last Tuesday.Tommy’s mother Michelle told us how relieved she was after the surgery. Tommy’s back“It all went really well. They removed the vertebrae they needed to and put in one magec rod. They felt the second rod wouldn’t work for him for now.“His back looks amazing. The consultant spoke to us and he said Tommy was unrecognisable. I can’t wait to see him standing.“When he came out the difference was unbelievable, even from the front – you can see the difference it has made to his tummy and rib cage, and when he’s lying on his side his back looks really straight.He hasn’t complained at all. He’s good, he’s sore but he has a really high tolerance of pain at this stage, he’s a very brave boy. He was in surgery for 10 hours.Tommy’s curve was measured just before the surgery and it was 95 degrees.Michelle says the worst is hopefully over and the family is now focused on getting Tommy back on his feet. TommyShe and her husband have been taking it in turns to stay with Tommy overnight, sleeping on the hospital floor.“The recovery will take a while, but he’s not at risk anymore. The plan is if the rod works as it should and doesn’t break, he won’t need another surgery for two years.”The rod can be lengthened without surgery in the meantime, as he gets taller.Waiting lists Scoliosis affects about 1% of children and adolescents in Ireland. The condition can also affect adults. It causes an abnormal curve of the spine or backbone.With scoliosis, a person’s curvature progresses over time and waiting a long period for surgery often leads to other complications and means the patient can require more serious surgery. Michelle and Tommy last month Source: Órla Ryan/TheJournal.ieAs of the end of January, there were over 200 patients under the age of 18 waiting for scoliosis surgery in Ireland, including 190 people at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin (OLCHC) – some of whom have been waiting for over 18 months. Source: National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF)The government has committed to cutting the average waiting time for surgery to four months by the end of 2017.As of this month, a new orthopaedic theatre at OLCHC is open one day a week, with additional capacity being provided once extra employees are recruited in the coming months.Read: ‘The damage is done, a piece of his spine will have to be removed’Read: ‘I see my daughter crying in pain, her body bending over. We can’t wait two years’ http://jrnl.ie/3339174
Traitement de l’obésité : une avancée décisive ?Publiés dans la revue Cell Metabolism, les résultats obtenus par des chercheurs américains offrent un espoir dans le traitement de l’obésité : ils ont réussi, chez le rat, à transformer la ‘mauvaise graisse’ en ‘bonne graisse’ qui brûle les calories.Stimuler l’organisme pour fabriquer de la graisse brune – celle qui sert de réserve énergétique chez le bébé, et qui brûle les calories – plutôt que de la graisse blanche – celle qui vient avec l’âge et stocke les calories : voici ce que cherchent à faire nombre de chercheurs pour prévenir l’obésité et son cortège de problèmes de santé. Par une approche novatrice, le Dr Bi Sheng et ses collègues de la Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine pensent avoir trouvé un moyen d’y parvenir.À lire aussiAmygdalite : chronique, caséeuse, cryptique, de quoi s’agit-il ?En neutralisant chez le rat l’expression d’une protéine appelée NPY, qui stimule l’appétit, ils ont non seulement réduit le gain de calories et de poids – même chez les animaux soumis à un régime alimentaire très riche -, mais aussi transformé leur métabolisme graisseux : une partie de la ‘mauvaise’ graisse blanche avait été remplacée par de la ‘bonne’ graisse brune. Les chercheurs espèrent qu’il pourra être possible d’obtenir le même effet chez l’homme.”C’est excitant, nouveau et intéressant. Nous aurons besoin de beaucoup de travaux supplémentaires pour y arriver, mais cela pourrait offrir un moyen possible de développer de nouveaux traitements pour l’obésité”, commente le Dr Jeremy Tomlinson, expert au Centre de recherche sur l’obésité de l’Université de Birmingham, au Royaume-Uni. Le 4 mai 2011 à 16:42 • Emmanuel Perrin
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In a sea of shirts praising religion and recovery or honoring lost loved ones, Fonzi Alvez stood out.Alvez, one of 906 people marching from Esther Short Park to the Interstate 5 Bridge on Monday, wore a solid white T-shirt with messages written in black marker. The messages varied from his name to “believe in yourself” to “God bless you.”They were written by Alvez’s peers in his recovery treatment program. Before he left, they made him the shirt, which he wore for support and backup on Monday to the 19th annual Hands Across the Bridge event.“It’s my motivation to keep going and keep my sobriety strong,” he said.Hands Across the Bridge is an event every Labor Day where people in recovery from substance addiction issues meet to celebrate their efforts, and join in hands across the I-5 Bridge. The Vancouver group meets up with a group coming from Portland on the bridge. The event also signals the start of Recovery Month, which the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration sponsors every September.Tabby Stokes, vice chairwoman of the Hands Across the Bridge Project, said that each year, the administration announces what the theme for that year’s event will be. This year’s theme was “together we are stronger.” Prior to walking to the bridge, speakers in Esther Short Park led countless call-and-response chants of “together we are …” and “stronger!”“There is strength in numbers,” Stokes said. “This event brings around feelings of unity. We want people to get involved.”Chocho, a Vancouver resident who goes by and provided only that name, said he grew up in a family of 10 in a shelter near Esther Short Park. He decided from a young age to be a “career criminal” and spent much of his life until his 30s doing that. He said the key to recovery is assembling a team.
A review of the Vancouver Police Department’s use-of-force policies faced scrutiny Wednesday night during a public forum.The Police Executive Research Forum — a nonprofit, national law enforcement membership organization — entered into a contract Aug. 1 with the city to conduct the review. About 50 people attended the forum at Clark College’s Foster Auditorium.Tom Wilson, director of PERF’s Center for Applied Research and Management, was on hand to answer questions and listen to feedback from the audience. He commended Vancouver Police Chief James McElvain for his department’s transparency and open-mindedness.“Let me be very frank on this, kudos to the Vancouver police chief for letting us do this,” Wilson said. “That’s a statement to you, to your police leadership, to your city manager.”PERF has completed more than 250 comprehensive management studies of law enforcement agencies nationwide over four decades and is recognized as a leader in use of force and police accountability, according to the Vancouver Police Department.The review comes after a spate of officer-involved shootings, three of which were fatal, between Feb. 5 and March 7. Two shootings involved people of color, and a third involved a homeless man previously diagnosed with schizophrenia.
The Paris Saint-Germain star has advised Tanguy Ndombele to choose Tottenham instead of Manchester United this summer.Tanguy Ndombele might not be a Lyon player in spite of what Jean-Micheal Aulas has to say. The France international’s commanding displays have caught the eye of some of the best in Europe.Manchester United and Tottenham are keen on signing the young midfielder. Spurs have already made an approach for Ndombele and have been met with rejection. Only a substantial bid is going to make Lyon sell their prized asset.According to Football Insider, Mbappe has suggested to Ndombele that he should seek a move to Mauricio Pochettino’s team. The PSG star says that at Tottenham he will be a key player and will progress a lot under the tutelage of the Argentine tactician.However, it still remains to be seen if Lyon would agree to such a move. After already selling Ferland Mendy to Real Madrid, Les Gones are no more interested in letting their star players leave.The likes of Memphis Depay and Moussa Dembele were also linked with moves away from the Rhone club. But Juninho, the club’s new technical director, vetoed both moves. And Aulas has also stated that the team is in no need to sell players to raise money.Indeed, the Ligue 1 giants are keen to topple PSG next season and would need some of their best players stay this summer in order for that to happen. And Tanguy Ndombele is one of those players.Anthony Lopes is happy after renewing his contract with Lyon Manuel R. Medina – September 9, 2019 The Olympique Lyonnais goalkeeper, Anthony Lopes, is excited after signing a four-year deal with an option for an extra year with his boyhood club.“The demands from Juninho and Sylvinho are very precise,” Aulas said at a press conference.“We have done the essentials in terms of departures.“We will need substantial proposals to make things with Tanguy Ndombele advance, who is a requestor (of a departure).“He is being solicited by most of the great clubs.“For the moment, nothing is done. But the door is maybe ajar.“If he has to depart, we have made enquiries for a certain number of players. Thiago Mendes is one of them.”