International friendlies: Argentina crush Mexico, Luis Abram helps Peru stun Brazil

first_imgInternational friendlies: Argentina crush Mexico, Luis Abram helps Peru stun BrazilMexico suffered their first defeat after 11 straight wins since January while Peru ended Brazil’s 17-match unbeaten run that began after the 2018 World Cup in Russia.advertisement Reuters New DelhiSeptember 11, 2019UPDATED: September 11, 2019 12:49 IST AP PhotoHIGHLIGHTSLautaro Martinez scored in the 17th, 22nd and 39th minutes for ArgentinaThe result was Mexico’s heaviest defeat since they lost 7-0 to Chile in 2016Meanwhile, Peru handed five-times world champion Brazil their first defeat in over a yearLautaro Martinez netted a hat-trick in just 40 minutes as Argentina blitzed Mexico 4-0 win in a friendly in San Antonio on Tuesday.The Internazionale striker took advantage of shocking defending to fire three angled shots past Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa in the 17th, 22nd and 39th minutes.Leandro Paredes scored from the penalty spot in the 33rd minute.Argentina dropped the pace in the second period but still faced little resistance from an untidy Mexico side who did not manage a shot on target throughout the 90 minutes.Eight players were shown yellow cards in a match that rarely lived up to its ‘friendly’ billing, but the game will be remembered largely for the brilliant finishing that brought the 22-year-old Martinez his first international hat-trick.”I’m delighted and emotional,” he said. “One has to make a lot of sacrifices to get here and it’s not every day that you score three goals wearing this shirt.”The result was Mexico’s heaviest defeat since they lost 7-0 to Chile in 2016. It was also the first loss for coach Gerardo Martino, who had guided them to 11 straight wins since taking over in January.BRAZIL SUFFER 1ST DEFEAT IN OVER A YEARA late goal from Luis Abram gave Peru a 1-0 win over Brazil in Los Angeles on Tuesday and handed the five-times world champions their first defeat in over a year.Abram nipped in ahead of goalkeeper Ederson to nod home a free kick with six minutes remaining to end Brazil’s 17-match unbeaten run that began after the 2018 World Cup in Russia.advertisementBrazil, who beat Peru in the final of the Copa America just two months ago, started without Neymar, Dani Alves and Thiago Silva, all of whom were rested, and they looked like they missed their stalwarts.Although Richarlison was busy up front, forcing Pedro Gallese to tip one fierce shot round the post, Brazil never looked in full control of the game.Even the second half introduction of Neymar and attackers Vinicius Junior, Lucas Paqueta and Bruno Henrique, could not lift Brazil, who lost to Peru for just the fifth time in 46 games.”We had chances and they punished us from a dead ball situation,” said full back Fagner. “It’s a learning process and we’ll grow from this, defeats happen and we need to take what we can from it.”For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Mexico vs ArgentinaFollow Peru vs Brazil Nextlast_img read more

APTN opens the books on Peters reserve finds questionable payments INACs role

first_imgKenneth JacksonAPTN National NewsPeters First Nation’s three-member band council were allocated hundreds of thousands of dollars over a two-year period to operate a band with 12 homes on 131 hectares and little infrastructure.The money was much more than what band council claimed to Indigenous Affairs from 2013 to 2015 according to the First Nations Transparency Act.But the money just didn’t go to council.It was also allocated to members who are known to vote for council every two years. A close look at the finances over those years indicate that over 90 per cent of all expenditures to band members went to those who voted for council.This happened while the British Columbia reserve was in a bitter membership battle that continues to this day on a nation that receives around $300,000 in annual funding from Indigenous Affairs.But it doesn’t end there.Documents show questionable payments not only to the children of council but one of their mothers received tens of thousands in social assistance and allegedly didn’t qualify, while one councillor had over 10 jobs, an APTN National News investigation has uncovered.A recent audit uncovered that the band kept little paper trail of supporting documents for social assistance, and council members were signing cheques over to themselves, all of which the auditor said opened the band to the potential for “inappropriate payments” during the fiscal year of 2014/2015.Indigenous Affairs (INAC) approved the audit without question.More so, Indigenous Affairs funded the National Child Benefit program that year without any supporting documents, asking the band to submit details of how the money would be spent later.That was just one of the many programs led by Victoria Peters, a longtime councillor who is also – to name a few – the band manager, bookkeeper, income assistance administrator, community health representative, on the membership committee, accounts payable/receivable and social worker.Chief Norma Webb has refused to comment directly on any part of APTN’s investigation supported by confidential ledgers, audits, band council resolutions, internal emails, INAC documents and interviews with band members spanning more than three months.APTN has also been following two court cases involving Peters band council where band members are suing the council for breaching its fiduciary duty by allegedly misusing band money, not keeping records and appointing themselves to all the jobs.Peters First Nation along the Fraser River about 130 km east of Vancouver. Submitted.The band council, at the same time, is trying to enforce an injunction to have “confidential” documents returned to the office, alleging former employee Frances Genaille and her son, Andrew stole them and, in part, are using the documents against council to seek INAC to investigate the band council.“Andrew has disclosed confidential information regarding the Peters social assistance program that could only have been obtained from Peters’ files,” wrote the band council recently in its petition for an injunction. “INAC has requested an immediate review of Peters social assistance program as a result.”Andrew Genaille wrote to INAC March 20 alleging former councillor Leanne Peters’ mother, Donna Peters, had been receiving social assistance since 2011 and didn’t qualify.“Donna Peters owns her own home,” he wrote. “Donna Peters husband, Clifford Peters, already receives disability. Clifford Peters also receives a paycheque from Peters First Nations. Donna Peters is Leanne Peters mother, and sister in law to both Victoria Peters and Norma Webb.”Victoria Peters used that email to amend Peters’ petition for an injunction two weeks ago, that was first filed last November.APTN can confirm between 2012 and 2015 Donna Peters received all the social assistance funding – about $12,000 annually – based on the band council’s ledgers for those years. APTN can also confirm Clifford Peters received about $9,000 a year from the band during that time partially for odd jobs, like snow removal.When APTN called the home of Donna and Clifford Peters, Donna answered and quickly hung up when asked about the payments.Peters also refused to comment on the allegations. Webb first said she couldn’t comment because the documents were stolen, then suggested they may be fabricated and demanded to know APTN’s source of information.APTN informed Webb the ledgers showing the allocations were, at the very least, with their accountant who prepared them, as APTN has emails the accountant sent council during those years. The emails had digital copies of the ledgers as attachments.INAC was also told by another member of the band in March that she was aware that other people were being denied social assistance.“Due to all of the court proceeding in progress at the Band Level, this was used to deny access to the social program delivery at the request of Peters Band Members,” wrote Samantha Peters to INAC. “I would like it noted on record that Victoria is getting paid to deliver a program that nobody seems to have access to.”APTN is unaware of where Indigenous Affairs is with its investigation into the social assistance program but INAC has appointed a financial investigator in Ottawa to assist the Vancouver regional office.Samantha Peters has been a thorn in the side of council since 2012 when she first began fighting for 66 people to become members of the band. The majority had status through Peters but were not members and not has been approved for membership, including children of current band members.But it’s been a fight that started much earlier and has been happening since Peters got control over its membership through Section 10 of the Indian Act about 30 years ago.Council is accused of limiting membership since 1987, thus staying in power all these years as Peters band is basically one big family – everyone is related, yet don’t get along.It’s divided the nation, just not evenly as the one side has had the votes to stay in power leaving Samantha Peters’ side of the family, about 18 members, on the outside, as previously reported by APTN.In depth: Promise to dying mother sees daughter take on ‘rigged’ band council to bring her family homeRelated: Elder died wanting to be member of reserve she was born onA review of the ledgers between 2012 and 2015, show the lion’s share of funding those years went to members who are known to vote for council.In fact, in the 2014/15 fiscal year 93.1 per cent of funding, just under $500,000, went to council, their families and those who voted for them.The fiscal year before that it was 91.2 per cent of about $400,000 in funding.On top of the funding from INAC, Peters band also receives money for health and payments for hydro and forestry. APTN has learned the band council was able to draw from other revenue and trust accounts to make up for deficits, like in 2013-14 when it pulled about $285,000 from the accounts according to a band council resolution and an email from their accountant.Graph is based on the 2014/15 ledger belonging to Peters First Nation.Some members who voted for council are said, according to court documents, to allegedly received “questionable payments”.Andrew Genaille, a filmmaker and writer, and his sister Lisa Genaille, who is taking steps to start medical school, are suing the band for “misusing their powers” by allegedly appointing themselves to paid positions, refusing band members “equitable access” to resources and receiving inappropriate payments.Both were once close to the council and describe growing up in the band office as their mother, Frances Genaille, worked there for three decades as the assistant band administrator until late last year when she was fired. She is suing the band for wrongful dismissal.The siblings were so close to council that when it received 66 membership applications in 2013 council hired the siblings to review the applicants.Lisa and Andrew say when they got access to all the band’s files and they learned how the band was allegedly being operated.“The band’s archives and record keeping were done very poorly and were very disorganized,” Andrew alleges in court, saying he was given “unlimited access” to files.He tried to hold council accountable but it didn’t last long.“Once I began questioning Victoria Peters about questionable payments being made,” Andrew details in an affidavit, “she would not provide answers to any of my questions and I was no longer allowed access to the archives.”Those questionable payments allegedly include money going to Victoria Peters, as a review of the ledgers show she was allocated much more than what she claimed to INAC in the band’s annual audits.Victoria Peters claimed about $90,000 in salary and $8,000 in expenses but a review of the ledger that year shows she was allocated closer to $170,000, while Webb claimed $35,000 and was allocated $63,000. Leanne Peters claimed $12,000 and was allocated $17,000.Graph is based on the 2014/15 ledger belonging to Peters First Nation.In the 2013/14 fiscal year, Victoria Peters claimed $88,000 while the ledgers shows she allocated $142,000. Webb claimed $24,000 and was allocated $53,000. Leanne claimed $6,000 and was allocated $9,000.Various programs Victoria Peters was in charge of saw her collect large sums but when asked about them Victoria Peters refused to respond.Graph is based on the 2013/14 ledger belonging to Peters First Nation.One of the questions was about allocations made to one of her children, a minor – one was for hundreds of dollars for “rent” and $6,000 under the National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program and another $15,000 was allocated to Victoria from a total budget of $31,000.APTN has been told there is nothing to suggest the child qualified for the funding and Victoria Peters refused to comment when asked.Victoria Peters also controlled a large budget co-funded by the First Nations Health Authority and INAC.In 2014/15, the band council received about $140,000 in funding under the FNHA and $70,000 was allocated to Victoria Peters, while the majority of the rest was allocated to people who vote for council and just under $8,000 went to families known to vote against council.Victoria Peters would not respond to questions about her qualifications to hold the position or why she was claiming so much money from the programs.That same year the Peters band had its books audited by a firm in Chilliwack, B.C. who found a list of issues with Victoria Peters’ bookkeeping.“Supporting documents for social assistance and payroll transactions are weak,” wrote the firm MNP after an audit of the bands books. “Cheque requisition forms should be used to show evidence of council approval for social assistance and payroll expenditures.”MNP also found that social assistance reporting to INAC was not consistent with “actual expenditures incurred.”Program reimbursement forms and invoices didn’t have signed authorization of chief and council and complete budget information was not prepared for all band operations.“Expense approval process and supporting documentation is weak which could result in inappropriate payments,” wrote MNP. “In addition, insufficient processes and controls results in increased audit work.”MNP also had a problem with people receiving payments from the band that had cheque-signing authority, which was Victoria Peters and Chief Norma Webb.“Recipients of payments who have cheque signing authority should not sign cheques made out to themselves,” the auditor wrote. “Cheques should be signed by authorized individuals who are not also the payee on the cheque.”Meanwhile, the two elders on Peters say are not surprised by APTN’s investigation.“We’ve known this for 30 years,” said Robert Peters Jr., whose son is currently before the Federal Court of Canada asking the court to appoint him as a member as council rejected him.“It’s just awful how they treat people.”Robert Wilmer Peters. APTN photo: Luke Smith.His brother, Ed Peters, 74, is the eldest and his children are not members either as their applications were part of the 66 that were denied. They are members of the Seabird Island First Nation just across the Fraser River.“We just want it to be fair for everyone,” said Ed Peters, adding he believes council is fueled by “greed.”He also said jobs Victoria Peters holds, and all others held by Webb and former councillor Leanne Peters, were never posted to for everyone to apply.“My daughter is the financial advisor for Seabird. She could run the finances at Peters but she never got the chance,” he said.Samantha Peters also had to look for work at a different nearby First Nation where she works in the forestry sector of the band. Peters has logging rights to land and Samantha said she’s never been approached to help the band.“On more than one occasion I have openly extended an invitation to chief and council to help with negotiations, agreements, forestry, resources,” she said. “I never heard back from them.”She said there are a number of qualified people from Peters with various expertise but are not included.“They use their own personal discretion too often and it’s unprofessional and it costs the band money,” said Samantha. “This is what they learned and it’s dangerous.”kjackson@aptn.calast_img read more

Mano insists no room to divide the country again

“The discussions (on the new Constitution) are taking place in a democratic manner,” he said. However he says it is clear the country cannot be divided again and this will not happen even through the new Constitution which is currently being discussed. Minister of National Co-existence, Dialogue and Official Languages Mano Ganesan says there is no room for anyone to divide the country once again.Ganesan told reporters today that some members of the joint opposition are claiming there is an attempt to divide the country. The Minister also said that some members of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party who are in the Government are giving fuel to the comments being made by the opposition.Ganesan says Sri Lanka Freedom Party members must tell the public they are working closely with the United National Party to address National issues, instead of making comments detrimental to that process. (Colombo Gazette)

The top 10 movies on the iTunes Store

iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending July 21, 2019:iTunes Movies US Charts:1. Shazam!2. Long Shot3. Apollo 11 (2019)4. A Vigilante5. UglyDolls6. Alita: Battle Angel7. After8. Breakthrough9. Little (2019)10. Aquaman (2018)iTunes Movies US Charts – Independent:1. After2. Plus One3. Hotel Mumbai4. Rust Creek5. I Got the Hook-Up 26. Sword of Trust7. The Quake8. Lady Bird9. Iron Sky: The Coming Race10. Bottom of the 9th__(copyright) 2019 Apple Inc.By The Associated Press, The Associated Press

Antivaxxer paid compensation by Cardiff University after being kicked off healthcare course

A summary of the case was published on Monday by the OIA, as part of a series of “public interest” rulings. A Cardiff University spokesperson said that they cannot comment on individual cases, but added that they “fully co-operate with all OIA investigations and comply with any recommendations”.“We recognise the importance of the OIA’s role as ombudsman in the higher education sector and proactively advise our students that they are able to take a case to the OIA at the conclusion of any internal procedures.” 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. An anti-vaxxer was paid compensation by Cardiff University after being kicked off their course for their beliefs.The student, who was studying a healthcare course, was awarded £9,342 by the university after complaining to the Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA), the highest body that reviews complaints in higher education, about their treatment.They were told to leave the course a couple of months after starting, when concerns were raised about them carrying out practical work which triggered a “fitness to practise” process.“The committee concluded that allowing the student to continue on the course would put their health and the health of patients at risk,” the OIA said.“The student was withdrawn from the course but permitted to transfer to a non-professional programme.” The student had filled in an occupational health questionnaire prior to starting the course, where they had stated that they had not had any vaccinations  and would not consent to being vaccinated in the future.Since Cardiff University administrators did not read through the questionnaire until after the student had been accepted on to the course, the OIA ruled that the student’s complaint was “partly justified”.The OIA ordered Cardiff University to pay the student £9,342 rather than the £5,000 it had originally offered to pay out.   read more

Can HighCapacity SodiumIon Compete With Rechargeable Lithium Batteries

first_imgStay on target Lithium-ion batteries are the bane of electronics’ existence: expensive, resource-hogging, and energy intensive, they aren’t very sustainable in the long run.But sodium may be.At least, scientists at the University of Birmingham hope so.Researchers are swapping one element for another, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.Sodium is inexpensive and can be found in seawater, making it “virtually limitless.” On the other hand, it is a larger ion than lithium, and may not fit well into our cherished pocket-sized devices.It can’t, for example, squeeze between the carbon layers of a lithium-ion battery’s graphite anode.So, the team needed to find new materials to help sodium-ion compete with lithium for capacity, charging speed, energy, and power density.In 2016, senior Birmingham fellow Andrew Morris predicted how phosphorus would behave as an electrode. (Spoiler alert: it forms helices at intermediate stages of charging.)Now, in collaboration with Lauren Marbella and Clare Grey from the University of Cambridge, Morris was able to verify and improve on those predictions.Based on their research, sodium provides a volume of charge carriers seven times that of graphite for the same weight—good news for the future of high-capacity sodium-ion anodes.“This is a huge win for computational materials science,” Morris said in a statement. “It’s amazing how powerful combined theory-experimental approaches are.”You’re telling me.A soft, silvery-white, highly reactive metal, sodium is an alkali metal; it is the sixth most abundant element in the Earth’s crust, and exists in numerous minerals like feldspars, sodalite, and rock salt (NaCl).But can it compare to sulfur—the proposed secret to next-generation battery technology?By adding sulfur to lithium, manufacturers can create a power unit that’s cheaper, lighter, more environmentally friendly, and able to hold three to five times the charge of lithium-ion alone.Samsung is already working on “graphene ball” technology for higher capacity and faster charging. Meanwhile, researchers may have found a way to prevent lithium-ion battery fires. Keep up to date on all things battery-related here.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Samsung Breakthrough Will Lead to 100-Watt Fast Charging PhonesNissan’s Recycled EV Batteries Power ‘Off-Grid’ Adventures last_img read more

Reactive Foundation Launched under the Linux Foundation

first_imgOn September 10, the Linux Foundation announced the launch of the Reactive Foundation, a community of leaders established to accelerate technologies for building the next generation of networked applications. The foundation is made up of Alibaba, Facebook, Lightbend, Netifi and Pivotal as initial members, and includes the successful open source Reactive Streams and RSocket specifications, along with programming language implementations.Reactive programming uses a message-driven approach to achieve the resiliency, scalability and responsiveness that is required for today’s networked cloud-native applications, independent of their underlying infrastructure. The Reactive Foundation establishes a formal open governance model and neutral ecosystem for supporting open source reactive programming projects.”With the rise of cloud-native computing and modern application development practices, reactive programming addresses challenges with message streams and will be critical to adoption,” said Michael Dolan, VP of strategic programs at the Linux Foundation. “With the Reactive Foundation, the industry now has a neutral home for supporting the open source projects enabling reactive programming.”Arsalan Farooq, CEO of Netifi, believes the Reactive Foundation will help achieve ambitious goals for RSocket. “We hope to see the modern network protocol RSocket replace HTTP as the lingua franca of microservices and distributed systems.”Reactive systems have become increasingly common since Lightbend published The Reactive Manifesto in 2014 and created the first JVM version of the open source Reactive Streams in 2015. Reactive Streams is an initiative to provide a standard for asynchronous stream processing with non-blocking back pressure. Reactive streams is a set of four interfaces (publisher, subscriber, subscription, and processor), a specification for their interactions, and a technology compatibility kit (TCK) to aid and verify implementations. Crucially, it provides the assurance that connecting publishers, processors, and subscribers—no matter who implemented them—will provide the flow control needed.RSocket is an open source protocol that builds upon reactive streams to provide application flow control over the network to prevent outages and increase resiliency of applications. It is designed to support reactive programming and today’s modern microservices-based and cloud-native applications as a high-performance replacement of traditional HTTP.RSocket allows the use of a single connection, through which messages are passed as streams of data. It enables long-lived streams across different transport connections, which is particularly useful for mobile to server communication where network connections drop, switch, and reconnect frequently.During a joint presentation at QCon London 2019, Robert Roeser, CIO and co-founder at Netifi, Ondrej Lehecka, software engineer at Facebook, and Andy Shi, developer advocate at Alibaba, showed how RSocket can be used to solve real-world architectural challenges.Roeser described how, when he was working at Netflix, they needed a protocol to make it easier to build distributed systems, and for applications to communicate in a consistent way across a network. The result was Rsocket, which provides the communication model, a network protocol, and flow control.Regarding the Reactive Foundation and the inclusion of RSocket, Shi said, “RSocket is designed to shine in the era of microservice and IoT devices. We believe the projects built on top of RSocket protocol and reactive streams in general will disrupt the landscape of microservices architecture. The Reactive Foundation is the hub of these exciting projects.”For additional information, InfoQ has several years of news, presentations and articles about Reactive Streams and RSocket.last_img read more

FaceUp Associations Now

first_imgAfter reviewing a number of portfolios, Lower chose Rohde based on his “use of type and the monochromatic aspect of it,” she says. While the magazine generally opts for color-intense covers, says Lower, every once in a while it breaks away from this; for example, with its November 2008 issue featuring an embossed Braille cover.For the August cover, “We gave Mike [Rohde] two directions he could take the design: the first was to do something about visual thinking, and the second was to do a meta cover on what it would be like to create an Associations Now cover in sketchnote form,” says Lower. The two decided upon a visual thinking collage comprised of the tools and notes in sketchnote style.The first step was for Rohde to sketch a rough pencil design, which he did in a Moleskine squared notebook. He then scanned it in and sent it to Lower for review. The next step was  creating the cover in actual size on a sheet of heavy paper, laying out elements like the logo, headlines and table of contents. Producing the cover’s creamy background color in Photoshop was particularly tricky, Rohde says, as “it’s easy to lean too much toward yellow or red.”As part of the magazine’s recent standardization, Lower considered keeping the mechanical (non-sketchnote) logo. However, afraid it would impact the design look, she ultimately opted for Rohde’s sketch. “I think it’s bold enough that everyone gets it,” she adds. DESIGNER’S COMMENTS “This cover, for all its complexity, is in reality far too simple. Defiantly archaic, there is little here that speaks to the present: black and white and without nary a nod to anything digital, this sketch feels like a blueprint for some far more fascinating image. It is busy to a point of distraction and while visual allusion as concept is good, this lacks old school charm: it simply looks dated. Typographically, the hand lettering overwhelms the concept leaving it without irony or intrigue.”Randy Dunbar  | Creative Director | RandyDunbar.com“In the broadest sense, I think it’s a good idea and executed well. However, it’s trying to cover too much ground, and the lack of focus undermines what could have been a striking cover. I’ve had to wade through too many platitudes about erasers, Post-it notes, and redundant calls to action (I get it: it’s fun, and erasers are good). To focus on this ‘fun,’ they could have made a cool drawing as the focus of the cover; instead, I see pens and a pretty generic guy running. The biggest crime is the absence of color. Imagine a really fantastic doodle, of, say, butterflies or lightning bolts or even light bulbs—anything to convey the idea of imagination and inspiration—and imagine it in color. Even if they really wanted to be sticklers about the sketching, the colors could simply be highlighter colors (pink, yellow).”Jason Treat | Art Director | The Atlantic MAGSTATSIssue: August 2009Frequency: Monthly Launched: October 2005Circ: 22,500Publishing Company: American Society of Association Executives & The Center for Association LeadershipEditor-in-Chief: Lisa JunkerArt Director: Beth LowerDoodles and napkin Sketches are fun but do they work for a magazine cover design?When Associations Now turned to illustrator Mike Rohde to create its August issue cover, they relinquished some creative control. “For a typical issue, we would hire an illustrator to create a cover concept that we brainstormed, or work directly with them,” says art director Beth Lower. But for this, Lower decided to bring on one of the illustrators referenced in Mark Athitakis’ cover story, “Do You Need Me to Draw You a Picture?” last_img read more

Schools Serving Military Families Strive to Make Children Feel Welcome

first_imgAs schools across the country prepare to track the academic progress of military kids under education legislation passed in December, a number of districts already have programs in place to support the children of service members.Silver Strand Elementary School in the Coronado Unified School District, outside of San Diego, has a full-time military family life counselor and eight part-time specialists who work closely with small groups of students on reading, writing and math, reported EdSource. The tutors are funded by federal grants; the counselor is paid for by the Navy.“We want students to feel, first and foremost, welcome and secure,” said Principal Bill Cass.Five other schools in Southern California are part of the Welcoming Practices consortium, a DOD initiative of the University of Southern California aimed at helping schools develop support systems for military children. The schools have adopted practices such as prominently displaying military family photographs and establishing a welcome center to ease the registration process for newly arrived military kids.At Chula Vista’s Veterans Elementary School, a mobile app developed by the consortium helps military families connect to programs and after-school activities run by their school district, the community and DOD, according to the story.Starting in the 2017-18 school year, students from military families will be assigned an identification number that will allow schools to monitor test scores, graduation rates and other results.About 60,000 military dependents live in California, but in many cases school districts don’t always know which students are from military families or how to address the challenges facing them. The problem is especially prevalent in “outlier districts where there isn’t a concentration of military-connected children,” said Kate Wren Gavlak, chair of the Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

Haritha Haram held at Vanasthali park

first_imgVanasthalipuram: MLA Devireddy Sudheer Reddy and corporator Koppula Vittal Reddy took part in Haritha Haram programme held at Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park on Wednesday. They called upon everyone to raise plants on the premises of their houses.”By planting saplings and raising them, we will be providing pollution-free environment to the next generations,” they urged.last_img

Govt lax on syndicate controlling labour market

first_imgFile PhotoMalaysia, the second largest job market for Bangladeshi workers, has not been recruiting new workers for more than eight months on the allegation that a syndicate is controlling the labour market.As a result, more than 100,000 potential workers lost opportunities to work in Malaysia and it may leave a negative impact on the country’s remittance flow.The Bangladesh government, however, did not take any meaningful action against the syndicate.The crisis could not be settled even after several bilateral meetings of the Joint Working Group (JWG) were held to begin an interim process to recruit Bangladeshi workers in Malaysia, according to the Ministry of Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment.The independent committee formed by the Malaysian government to investigate the matter has already made a draft report. On the contrary, the High Court in Bangladesh has asked the ministry to submit a report within six months after investigating the matter. The deadline has already expired, and now the ministry has requested for an extension.The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) had formed a probe committee last year, but they did not carry out an investigation.Rather, the organised syndicate are trying to control the market again, according to many.The syndicate was comprised of 10 recruiting agencies and they have misappropriated Tk 47 billion, which irked the Malaysian authorities.According to Ministry of Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment, the government is more concerned about resuming the worker sending process than taking actions against the syndicate.A ministerial level meeting between the two countries is scheduled to begin in Kuala Lumpur on 14 May. The Bangladesh delegation will be led by state minister for expatriates’ welfare Imran Ahmad.“The authorities will be on high alert to prevent forming of such syndicates again and those who are responsible will be punished,” said expatriate welfare secretary Rounak Jahan.Only 55 people recruited in 3 monthsAccording to the Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training (BMET), Malaysia has not issued any visa to any Bangladeshi worker since September. However, workers who received a visa before September went to Malaysia. As many as 175,927 people went to Malaysia in 2018.In the first three months of 2018, 38,065 people went to Malaysia whereas the number decreased to only 55 in the first three months of this year.The remittance will fallA Bangladeshi worker earns around Tk 20,000-22,000 in a month.World Bank’s chief economist Zahid Hossain told Prothom Alo, “A worker usually takes 8 to 12 months to send money home. So the number of employees going abroad does not affect the flow of expatriate income immediately.”But in the long run, this may result in lesser remittances sent.Preparations almost doneMalaysian Minister of Human Resources M Kulasegaran said the process of recruiting new workers from Bangladesh and Nepal will begin soon.Last year, the Malaysian government formed an independent foreign workers’ committee headed by a judge. The committee has proposed an integrated structure to recruit new workers.The committee, in its draft report, recommended opening an online job portal. The employers can publish their requirement on the portal where the workers can apply.The employer must get registered by making a security deposit of RM 250,000.If the salary and allowances of an employee are due or if any compensation is needed, the money will be adjusted from the security deposit. MRA will reply within 48 hours of submission of a job application. Experts say the process will eliminate the problems caused by the middlemen.However, a number of senior businessmen and several officials in the ministry have alleged that no action had been taken against the syndicate as they are ‘very powerful and influential’.Migration expert and director of Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit (RMMRU) CR Abrar said, “The government had promised to take actions against those reposondible for the crisis. But effective measures to solve the problem are not visible. The country will suffer in the long run if such a potential source of income goes under any syndicate’s control.”* This report appearing in Prothom Alo’s print edition has been rewritten in English by Farjana Liakatlast_img read more

Windows Spellchecker in Edge Chrome and other Chromium browsers

first_imgWindows Spellchecker in Edge, Chrome, and other Chromium browsers by Martin Brinkmann on July 05, 2019 in Windows – 7 commentsMicrosoft’s decision to switch to Chromium as the source for the company’s Edge browser has injected even more development resources into the project.One of the latest commits by Microsoft engineers introduces support for the Windows Spellchecker in Chromium.Any changes to the classic version of Microsoft Edge benefited that browser only previously. With Microsoft now focusing its energy on Chromium, any improvements made to Chromium benefit all other Chromium-based browsers as a consequence.In other words: the Windows Spellchecker will be available as an option in the new Microsoft Edge, in Google Chrome, and in other Chromium-based browsers such as Vivaldi, Opera, or Brave provided that the companies behind these browsers don’t block the flag in their browsers.Google does not seem to have any objections to that as it is already possible to flip the default spellchecker of the Chrome browser to the Windows Spellchecker.There is one caveat, however. Since we are talking about the spellchecker of the Windows operating system, the option to switch to it is only available on Windows.Also, the feature is currently only available in development versions of some browsers, e.g. Chrome Canary, and not in stable versions (there is not even a stable Edge based on Chromium out there). The new option is not available in any Microsoft Edge versions right now.So, to enable it right now, here is what you need to do:Load chrome://flags in the browser’s address bar. Note that other browsers may use a different protocol for internal pages. Microsoft Edge uses edge://flags, and the same may be true for other Chromium-based browsers.Search for spellchecker.The result “Use the Windows OS spellchecker” should be returned.Set the flag to Enabled.Restart the browser.Enabled means that the browser will use the spellchecker of the Windows operating system from that moment on and not the default Chromium spellchecker. Windows Latest, the site that discovered the new option, notes that Chromium uses Hunspell by default. Hunspell is used by a wide variety of projects including LibreOffice, OpenOffice, Google Chrome, Mac OS X, Opera, and others.The commit on the Chromium website offers the following insight into the change:This CL aims to implement windows spellchecker integration in Chromium project, so that user can switch to use windows spellchecker or hunspell spellchecker at run time. We need to implement platform agnostic interfaces to integrate windows spellchecker into Chromium. We also need to refactor some code to enable runtime switch between Windows spellchecker and hunspell spellchecker.It may be difficult to spot the change right away as you’d need to have some data at hand for comparison. One example would be a word that the default spellchecker does not suggest to correct while the Windows spellchecker does.Closing WordsMicrosoft adding features to Chromium is good news for any user who uses a Chromium-based browser; Mozilla on the other hand has even tougher competition to deal with as a consequence.Now You: do you make use of a spellchecker in your browser of choice?SummaryArticle NameWindows Spellchecker in Edge, Chrome, and other Chromium browsersDescriptionOne of the latest commits by Microsoft engineers introduces support for the Windows Spellchecker in Chromium.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

Introducing Pivotal Function Service alpha an open Kubernetes based multicloud serverless framework

first_imgLast week, Pivotal announced the ‘Pivotal Function Service’ (PFS)  in alpha. Until now, Pivotal has focussed on making open-source tools for enterprise developers but has lacked a serverless component to its suite of offerings. This aspect changes with the launch of PFS. PFS is designed to work both on-premise and in the cloud in a cloud-native fashion while being open source. It is a Kubernetes-based, multi-cloud function service offering customers a single platform for all their workloads on any cloud. Developers can deploy and operate databases, batch jobs, web APIs, legacy apps, event-driven functions, and many other workloads the same way everywhere, all because of the Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) platform. This is comprised of Pivotal Application Service (PAS), Pivotal Container Service (PKS), and now, Pivotal Function Service (PFS). Providing the same developer and operator experience on every public or cloud, PFS is event-oriented with built-in components that make it easy to architect loosely coupled, streaming systems. Its buildpacks simplify packaging and are operator-friendly providing a secure, low-touch experience running atop Kubernetes. The fact that Pivotal can work on any cloud as an open product, makes it stand apart from cloud providers like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, which provide similar services that run exclusively on their clouds. Features of PFS PFS is built on Knative, which is an open-source project led by Google that simplifies how developers deploy functions atop Kubernetes and Istio. PFS runs on Kubernetes and Istio and helps customers take advantage of the benefits of Kubernetes and Istio, abstracting away the complexity of both technologies. PFS allows customers to use familiar, container-based workflows for serverless scenarios. PFS Event Sources helps customers create feeds from external event sources such as GitHub webhooks, blob stores, and database services. PFS can be connected easily with popular message brokers such as Kafka, Google Pub/Sub, and RabbitMQ; that provide a reliable backing services for messaging channels. Pivotal has continued to develop the riff invoker model in PFS, to help developers deliver both streaming and non-streaming function code using simple, language-idiomatic interfaces. The new package includes several key components for developers, including a native eventing ability that provides a way to build rich event triggers to call whatever functionality a developer requires within a Kubernetes-based environment. This is particularly important for companies that deploy a hybrid use case to manage the events across on-premise and cloud in a seamless way. Head over to Pivotal’s official Blog to know more about this announcement. Read Next Google Kubernetes Engine was down last Friday, users left clueless of outage status and RCAIntroducing Alpha Support for Volume Snapshotting in Kubernetes 1.12/‘AWS Service Operator’ for Kubernetes now available allowing the creation of AWS resources using kubectllast_img read more

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