A $35-million project for the construction of the first two onshore drilling rigs ever built in Nova Scotia was announced in Sydney today, Oct 17. Premier Rodney MacDonald said the rigs will be built for Nabors Canada by Laurentian Energy Corporation at its Sydport facility in Sydney. “I acknowledge and applaud the hardworking men and women of Nova Scotia who have proven they can take on projects such as this,” said Premier MacDonald. “This work builds on the success of the Offshore Strategic Energy Agreement between the province and EnCana Corporation and shows what happens when a government is committed to creating jobs, when businesses believe in Nova Scotia, and when a capable, well-trained and reliable work force is determined to put out a superior product.” Also taking part in the announcement were Peter Shankel, drilling manager for EnCana’s Deep Panuke project, Duane Mather, president of Nabors Canada, and James Wooder, CEO of Laurentian Energy Corporation. “EnCana is pleased to support this initiative,” said Mr. Shankel. “Laurentian has proven that it can do good, solid work on the fabrication of rig modules and here is the opportunity to step up to the manufacturing of entire rigs.” Mr. Mather said Laurentian workers did such an excellent job on the rig modules in 2007 that Nabors had no hesitation in awarding this new project to the company. “Nabors Canada is excited to participate in this project,” said Mr. Mather. “It gives us the opportunity to acquire additional drilling rigs more quickly in this very competitive market by using very qualified and experienced workers here in Nova Scotia.” Mr. Wooder said this second contract with Nabors is a big vote of confidence in Nova Scotia workers. “It will allow our employees and subcontractors to complete the rig manufacturing learning curve and position the company to continue to service the western Canadian oil industry from right here in Cape Breton,” he said. Mr. Wooder said Dartmouth company RKO Steel, will be doing some of the fabrication work. The project, already underway in Dartmouth and Sydney, will provide at least 150,000 hours of work or about 75 jobs. “What is really significant here is the fact that, in a relatively short period, we have developed the capacity to build this type of land rig right here in Nova Scotia,” said Premier MacDonald. The premier attributed this to several factors including the willingness of EnCana to take Nova Scotians to Alberta to learn the skills and technology required to build land rigs, Nabors’ foresight to expand its supply base and invest money and resources to develop the rigs in Nova Scotia, and Laurentian’s strong performance in the relationship it has forged with Nabors. The two programmable AC electric drilling rigs will have cantilevered masts that extend to a height of 42.6 metres (142 feet), with top-driven drills and a load capacity of 247,500 kilograms (550,000 pounds). They incorporate state-of-the-art technology that Nabors has developed and is transferring to Nova Scotia workers through this project. All fabrication, electrical, hydraulic, mechanical, welding, painting and sandblasting work will be completed in Nova Scotia, including final assembly and commissioning. Laurentian gained experience constructing rig components in 2007 as part of an earlier contract with Nabors, which also was facilitated by EnCana. That work involved building components for Nabors’ heli-rigs, giant onshore drilling rigs transported to remote areas by helicopter. It was part of EnCana’s commitment to the province, under the Deep Panuke development agreement, to commit financial and human resources to help develop the capability to manufacture onshore rigs in Nova Scotia. Nabors Canada, based in Calgary, is the Canadian arm of the largest drilling company in the world, Nabors Industries Ltd. of Houston, Texas. Laurentian Energy owns and operates Sydport Industrial Park located in Edwardsville, Cape Breton with direct access to Sydney Harbour.
The following roads are closed because of flooding or storm damage: Digby County:Municipality of Clare Trunk 3, intersection of Raynardton Road to Intersection of Van Norden Road in Tusket McKeen Road Lapland Road Woodstock Road Bangor Road Melanson Road Yarmouth County: The following roads have re-opened: Annapolis County: Motorists should continue to use caution. Drivers should slow down and watch for areas that are passable, but may have significant water on them. -30- Paradise Lane and Route 201 at Paradise Lane Lunenburg County: Lunenburg County: East Clifford Road, closed in centre section, with entire road for use by local traffic only
CureDuchenne, a nonprofit that raises awareness and funds research to find a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, announces the 6th Annual Dealing for Duchenne gala will be held on Saturday, May 11 at 6:00 p.m. under the stars at the legendary Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, Calif.This star-studded event will benefit the Center for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at UCLA. Actor Joel Murray (The Artist, God Bless America, Mad Men, Two and a Half Men) will host the Dealing for Duchenne charity poker tournament to raise funds to support transformative research and provide quality care for children living with Duchenne, a progressive muscle-wasting disease that impacts 1 in 3,500 boys. Boys are usually diagnosed by 5, in a wheelchair by 12 and most don’t survive their mid-20s.Other celebrities including Hank Azaria (The Simpsons), Tim Olyphant (Justified, Hitman), Anna Belknap (CSI-NY), Oliver Hudson (Rules of Engagement), Anne Heche (Hung, Six Days Seven Nights), James Tupper (Revenge), Brendan Hines (Scandal), Adam Arkin (Chicago Hope), Nicole Sullivan (Cougar Town, Family Guy), Catherine Bell (JAG, Army Wives), Sterling Brown (Army Wives), Josh Malina (Scandal), Kellie Martin (Army Wives), Rich Eisen (NFL Network), Ming-Na Wen (ER), Phill Lewis (Suite Life of Zack and Cody), Mary McCormack (In Plain Sight, West Wing), Camryn Manheim (The Practice, Ghost Whisperer), Judy Greer (Archer, Two and a Half Men), Kelli Williams (Army Wives), Willie Garson (Sex and the City) and Kevin Weisman (Alias) are scheduled to attend the event.Dealing for Duchenne includes a classic Texas Hold ’Em poker tournament, red carpet, live and silent auction, dinner by Wolfgang Puck and live music. Dealing for Duchenne is co-chaired by Duchenne parents Amy and Chris Martin and Jorge and Valerie Llauro.“Dealing for Duchenne allows us to celebrate our sons who live with Duchenne while raising awareness and funds that will have an impact on their lives,” said Amy Martin, Duchenne parent and co-chair of Dealing for Duchenne. “Currently there is no cure for Duchenne but great progress has been made in the last five years leading toward new and better treatments and in providing quality comprehensive care, which is extending the lives of our children by 10 years. It is annual events like this that have made that possible.”The 2013 Champions for Life honorees are Marc and Nicole Weiss. The Weiss’ have served on the event committee every year, engaged friends and family to support CureDuchenne and CDMD at UCLA, and helped raise more than a million dollars in the last five years.The silent auction includes many fabulous items to bid on such as hard to get sporting and concert tickets, set visits and meet and greets, hotel getaways, signed memorabilia, cool electronics and much more. In addition, the live auction includes a four night stay for 20 guests at Casa Aramara, a private resort in Punta Mita Mexico. Click here to bid on this magnificent beachfront retreat on Charity Buzz. The live auction also includes a trip for two to Florida to golf in the annual Caddyshack Tournament and hang with the Murray brothers for four days of golf and parties.Dealing for Duchenne is presented by UCLA Health Systems and David Geffen School of Medicine. Additional sponsors include: Stella Artois, Grey Goose, Bacardi, Vorzimer Masserman, Ramland Construction, O’Melveny & Myers LLP, Gibson Dunn, Freedman + Taitelman LLP, GGW Brands, Credit.com and Illumina.Tables cost $2,500 and individual tickets are $175. Register now to attend Dealing for Duchenne at Dealing4Duchenne.org.For more information on CureDuchenne go to www.cureduchenne.org or call 949-872-2552.Source:BusinessWire.com
Brock University Students’ Union has worked with St. Catharines Transit to expand service on routes with the highest student traffic. The changes have been made to improve late-night access to the campus for transit riders living in west St. Catharines, Thorold and Niagara Falls.The changes are to the following routes, effective Monday, Oct. 15:Thorold, Evening Confederation- Route 21The last departure from Schmon Tower will be 11:06 p.m. Monday to Friday.Niagara Falls, Brock RapidThe last departure from Schmon Tower will be at 11:10 p.m. Monday to Thursday.West St. Catharines, West/Brock Commuter-Route 15The last departure from Schmon Tower will be at 10:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday.
We rolled out our NFL Elo ratings last week, giving us a set of computer power ratings for each team, each week, going back to the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. There are a lot of cool things we can do with these numbers; for example, I used them Monday to quantify how upset-heavy Week 1 of the 2014 season was compared to past opening weeks.But one of the best features of Elo ratings is that they represent a rolling estimate of a team’s strength, informed by new outcomes and previous results. After computing them, we can measure when a team appeared to be at its strongest (or weakest). So, in this edition of “Fun With NFL Elo Ratings,” let’s pinpoint when each NFL franchise hit its all-time (well, since 1970) high and low points.For example, the Seattle Seahawks currently have an Elo rating of 1685, which is very nearly the best they’ve ever had as a franchise (their all-time high, 1761, was achieved the night of their dominant Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos in February). Meanwhile, Washington’s current rating of 1374 is very nearly the worst in the team’s post-merger history (a mark the team set in December after a 20-6 loss to the New York Giants). And for some franchises, such as the New York Jets, their current rating (1470) is almost exactly halfway between their all-time high (1680, achieved after a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1999) and their all-time low (1250, achieved after a loss to the Miami Dolphins in 1996).We’ve summarized that information for each team in the following chart. The gray dots represent the best and worst Elo ratings achieved by the franchise since 1970, and the red dot represents the team’s current rating. It’s a good way to show where on the spectrum of its historical performance a team is residing, as well as the kind of variance it has had between good and bad teams in its history.A few observations: The New England Patriots have experienced the highs and lows of the NFL like no other team — the difference between their best (1845) and worst (1238) rating was bigger than that of any other franchise. At the other end of the spectrum, the Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans have had the smallest range of Elo values, which makes sense, given all three came into existence in the mid-1990s or later.Among long-standing teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers have had the smallest range; their worst-ever Elo rating (1390) was easily higher than any other team’s worst mark. That fact plays a major role in why the Steelers also have the highest midpoint between their best-ever and worst-ever ratings (1582). Meanwhile, the poor Detroit Lions have the lowest midpoint between their best and worst ratings (1431), and they also have gone the longest time since achieving their high-water mark.
TÁNAISTE EAMON GILMORE has said that the Irish embassy in Athens made contact with Greek police in relation to the detention of an Albanian man, married to an Irish woman, who has been convicted with involvement in a spate of burglaries in Crete.Mark Marku’s wife Julie has previously appealed to the Irish authorities to intervene in the case as she affirms that accusations her husband was a member of an armed gang that committed seven armed robberies of jewellers in 2010 are unsupported by any evidence.The man and his brother Andreas were sentenced to 18 years in prison last year and are currently appealing the conviction. His defence presented evidence to the court that included social welfare records, wage slips, flight tickets and passport stamps from Ireland though the prosecutor claimed these documents were falsified.Greek authorities will not provide informationIn response to a parliamentary question from TD Billy Timmins, Gilmore said that, on hearing of his detention, “and notwithstanding the fact that he is not a citizen of Ireland, the Irish Embassy in Athens made contact with the Greek police in an effort to convey the Irish government’s interest in this case on the basis that he is married to an Irish citizen”.It was made clear to our embassy that the authorities in Crete would not provide them with any information regarding this case as no Irish citizen was involved.Authenticated documentsHe said that the embassy has no rights of communication and contact with people in Greece who are not Irish citizens even if they are related to Irish citizens. Gilmore added that Julie Marku had previously met with the former Minister of State in his department, the Irish Ambassador to Greece and his deputy and her husbands lawyer.As a result of concerns raised at these meetings the wife of the above named has also been facilitated by the Consular Services Section of my department, she has had her documents authenticated as required.The Tánaiste added that his department had also contacted the Albanian Embassy in Athens, as they are responsible for offering consular assistance to Marku, but no response was received.“It is a sovereign matter for each country to decide what level of consular assistance it affords its citizens,” he said. “It would be inappropriate for me to comment on the Albanian Embassy’s consular services to their citizens.”Read: Department of Foreign Affairs operates 25 embassy Twitter accounts>Read: Embassy expenditure down almost €1.6m last year>
IRELAND IS MISSING European Union targets for the provision of care for children, according to data from the bloc’s statistics agency Eurostat.Ireland is one of three countries – Spain and the Netherlands are the others – which shows a fall in provision of childcare to 90 per cent of children between the age of three and the mandatory school age having previously hit the EU target in 2010.Just eight countries have met the so-called Barcelona targets, agreed by EU leaders 11 years ago, that childcare should be provided to 90 per cent of children between three and school age and 33 pet cent of children under three.“Childcare provision should not be seen as a cost, but as an investment in tomorrow,” Viviane Reding, the EU’s Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, said.In Ireland, eighty-one per cent of children between three and school age were cared for in formal structures in 2011, down from the 90 per cent target that the country reached in 2010.Click here if you are having trouble viewing this graph Meanwhile for those under the age of three Ireland is continuing to miss the 33 per cent target with just over a fifth of children under that age cared for in formal structures in 2011, down from nearly 30 per cent in 2010.Click here if you are having trouble viewing this graph Read: HSE director ‘sorry’ for not putting creche reports onlineRead: In letter to parents, creche ‘does not accept general thrust’ of RTÉ footageMore: Oireachtas Health Committee to meet HSE on creche issues
Un martin-pêcheur bat le record de distance en vol de son espèceDes ornithologues britanniques ont récemment capturé (et relâché) dans le Suffolk un martin-pêcheur précédemment bagué en Pologne : un voyage record de 1.000 kilomètres. C’est une découverte record qu’ont faite des scientifiques britanniques. En pleine nature, ceux-ci ont capturé un petit oiseau tout à fait spécial, un martin-pêcheur qui portait une bague dont l’avaient équipé des ornithologues… en Pologne. À lire aussiCette perruche imite à la perfection R2-D2, le robot de Star WarsRelâché dans la réserve d’Orford Ness au Royaume-Uni, gérée par le National Trust (une grande association environnementale britannique), l’oiseau a donc parcouru plus de 1.000 kilomètres et battu le précédent record de vol de cette espèce entre le continent et le Royaume-Uni, qui était de 970 kilomètres.”Ce sont des migrateurs. Nous en avons eu qui venaient d’Allemagne ou d’Espagne. (…) Nous avons un programme de baguage régulier, géré par des bénévoles. Évidemment, on ne peut baguer qu’une infime proportion du nombre d’oiseaux. Mais en le faisant sur une longue période, on finit par établir une énorme quantité d’informations [notamment sur leur longévité et leurs migrations]”, a précisé Duncan Kent, responsable de la réserve d’Orford Ness.Le 26 octobre 2011 à 15:54 • Maxime Lambert
Stay on target Finally, Ash Ketchum Is A Pokemon Master‘One Punch Man’ Get A Video Game, Probably Has More Punches Everyone is getting into anime these days. You’re really missing out if you haven’t checked out popular shows like Dragon Ball Z, One Punch Man, Naruto, and other series of that ilk. There’s way better stuff out there as well, as those are only scratching the surface. Microsoft knows how popular it is, and that’s why the company has dubbed July “Anime Month” in the Windows Store, where you can find some sweet deals on popular properties.Anime Month means you can find decent savings and earn rewards on movies, TV shows, and games all throughout July 31. So if there’s an anime-centric game or piece of media you’ve been looking forward to picking up but needed to save up some extra cash first, now’s a great time to pick it up. Namely, the first seasons of shows like Dragon Ball Z, Fairy Tail, and Yu Yu Hakusho are all free right now via the Windows Store.There’s a whole swath of additional details you can check out, all available here if you’ve got some pocket cash to burn. Of note are games like Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Attack on Titan, and more are on sale. There are pages and pages of titles to select from, so gather up that money you’ve been waiting to blow (if you’re not totally wiped out from Steam sales and all the other crazy deals lately) and see what’s out there to burn that money on. Protip for Dragon Ball Z players: There’s a whole lot in the sale you’re going to want to grab. You might need some help keeping those shopping impulses under control.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
OLYMPIA — Washington on Friday became the ninth state to raise its smoking age, following a national trend that has seen at least half a dozen Legislatures approve similar proposals in recent months.Along with restricting traditional cigarettes, the new law raises the legal age for buying e-cigarettes and other vaping products, whether they include nicotine or not, and sets a penalty for selling to underage buyers.Gov. Jay Inslee signed the bill at a ceremony in Seattle, making Washington the latest of three states to have seen age-raise bills signed into law so far this year, after Virginia and Utah, and joining a growing group of states to have made the change in recent years.In remarks before the signing, the bill’s sponsor called it an effort to attack a last avenue for cigarettes into schools — via 18 year-old students — and thus shrink the exposure of younger students.“I think it’ll make a significant difference for youth,” said Vancouver Republican Rep. Paul Harris. “We have a lot of 18 year-olds that are still in in high schools.”But while the bill had bipartisan support in the state Legislature — it drew Republican votes along with Harris’ as well as broad support from Democrats — critics called it an attack on personal freedoms.
KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsAll signs pointed to a successful economic year at the start of 2018 and sure enough, business in San Diego seems to be on the rise.KUSI was joined by Jerry Sanders of the Chamber of Commerce, and Tom Wornham of Cal Private Bank with more. March 22, 2018 Posted: March 22, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom March business forecast
According to House, publishers like Fast Company and Popular Science may not choose to switch to an Acquia-supported model if they’ve already customized their own systems, but Drupal users can benefit from Acquia’s testing and scalability developments. Others may want to “upgrade” to Carbon for the technical support, notifications, and other support.House says Drupal’s popularity among publishers—and other users, of course—may increase with a product company behind the system. Carbon and Spokes are slated to be available in the second half of this year. Dries Buytaert, Drupal co-developer and project lead, has co-founded a software company, Acquia, to offer commercially-supported distribution and services of Drupal’s popular open source platform. The company was formally announced this week at DrupalCon Boston—a gathering of Drupal users which included representatives from Fast Company and Popular Science magazines, both Drupal customers.Acquia’s Drupal distribution project is an “essential step in the maturation of the Drupal project,” according to Buytaert, offering what Acquia director of product marketing Bryan House calls “the innovation and value of open-source software” with “the reliability of product-company backing.” According to Acquia’s Web site, the company saw that Drupal had achieved a “critical mass” in the market, making Acquia’s development timely.The distribution service (which the company calls “Carbon”) will be available through an annual subscription along with Acquia’s correlating update notification system (called “Spokes”). House says subscriptions will be sold on a per-server basis and will cost between $500 and $5,000. It’s comparable, he says, to Red Hat and Ubuntu’s commercially-supported distributions of operating system Linux.
Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president and Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Tuesday made a fervent plea to the Centre to honour the assurances given in the AP Reorganisation Act. Raising the issue in the lower house during Zero Hour, Reddy said the people of Telangana are totally disappointed that there is no mention of anything for Telangana either in the address of the President or in the Finance Minister’s budget presentation speech. Also Read – TSBB, NGC promotes eco-friendly Ganeshas Advertise With Us Particularly, there was no mention in both the speeches regarding assurances given to the people of Telangana in the AP bifurcation bill. Specifically, the assurances given in the bill regarding railway coach factory at Kazipet, steel factory at Bayyaram, and Tribal University should be honoured. “Home Minister Amit Shah is in the house and listening to my speech. I demand that the assurances given to the people of Telangana in AP bifurcation bill be honoured,” he added.
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, February 26, 2016.Reuters file [Representational Image]Taking a cue from muted global markets, the key Indian equity indices on Thursday opened lower.The Sensitive Index (Sensex) of the BSE, which had closed at 35,884.41 on Wednesday, opened lower at 35,694.25.Minutes into trading, it was quoting at 35,701.99, down by 182.42 points, or 0.51 per cent.At the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the broader 50-scrip Nifty, which had closed at 10,782.90 on Wednesday, was quoting at 10,708.55, down by 74.35 points or 0.69 per cent.Broadly negative global cues as well as disappointment over the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy announcement keeping its key lending rate for commercial banks unchanged at 6.5 per cent, dragged the key Indian equity indices to end in red on Wednesday.The Sensex was down by 249.90 points or 0.69 percent at the Wednesday’s closing. In the day’s trade, the barometer 30-scrip sensitive index had touched a high of 36,048.65 and a low of 35,777.81. The Nifty too, was down by 86.60 points or 0.80 per cent.On Thursday, Asian indices were showing a negative trend. Japan’s Nikkei 225 was quoting in red, down by 2.11 per cent while Hang Seng was down by 2.59 per cent, South Korea’s Kospi was also down by 1.32 per cent. China’s Shanghai Composite index was trading in red, down by 1.30 per cent.Overnight, FTSE 100 was down by 1.46 per cent at the closing on Wednesday.-IANS
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: http://amber.streamguys.com.4020/live.m3uBaltimore City Schools face a $60 million budget deficit, in addition to the $35 million in projected cuts in the budget of Governor Larry Hogan and a significant number of layoffs within the system seems inevitable. We’ll talk about the fiscal plight of Baltimore Schools with our experts including Baltimore AFRO American reporter Roberto Alejandro. Plus, we’ll get an update on the progress of the Baltimore City agenda in Annapolis with 41st District Delegate Jill Carter, and Dayvon Love, co-founder of the political think tank, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle. It’s all coming up this evening on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.
Delhi opened up her heart to Sri Lanka with an exhibition celebrating the arts and crafts from the the neighbour. One of Dilli Haat’s corners transformed into an interesting mix and match of various artifacts ranging from colourful toys to ceramic cups and some exquisite wood work. There were cane bags that were rather interesting alongside some simple crochet tops that are perfect for the beach when teamed up with stark colours. Beiges and whites dominated the clothes on display and were attractive in the sheer simplicity of cuts and designs. Sometimes simple really goes a long way. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The exhibition also had a stall of Sri Lankan silver jewellery that were rather eye catching in their details. There were rings with semi precious stones and some stunning earrings and pendants on sale. The prices started convenienty from Rs 300 for the small earrings. The exhibition also had a colourful collection of toys for children and delighful mobiles made of wooden fish and turtles. Elephants seemed to be an important part of the toys section with some adorable wooden renditions of the pachyderm. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixArt work made of wood was also another star in the show. There were stunning pieces of art work made with different colours of wood. The effect of different textures and colours were stunning as they played up regular art motifs. Ceramic cups, salt and pepper shakers and other ceramic kitchenware were an integral part of the exhibition as well. The designs and colours were simple and soothing to the eye. The best part however, without a doubt, were the stunning masks that were up for sale. In various sizes and exquisite detail and colour, these Sri Lankan masks can light up any wall. Available in a varity of sizes, ranging from anything between Rs 10,00 (and counting) to Rs 500 – the masks grabbed the spotlight in the exhibition.
The students had a gala time participating and performing in various event. Competitions of the day were Nupur – The Indian classical dance competition, Bardoratory – The Shakespeare’s soliloquy competition, Munadi – The Hindi street play competition, Create From Waste and Euphonie – The western music competition (Solo and Group).There were 12 participants in Nupur, which had performances ranging from Kathak to Bharatnatyam to Odissi, showcasing the diversity of our cultural heritage. The first prize was won by Kriti from Gargi College, who performed a Bharatnatyam piece. On the other hand, Bardoratory, where participants had to make innovative use of props of their own choice and were judged on the seamlessness of the incorporation of their props in the performances. The first prize was won by Nidhi Sakarwal of Keshav Mahavidyalaya, who performed a soliloquy of Lady Macbeth, from Shakespeare’s Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Macbeth.Euphonie, which saw the participation of over 20 contestants and colleges and the first prize for Solo vocals, was won by Hanita from College of Business Studies. The prize for the group song was also won by College of Business Studies, who performed a medley of Michael Jackson songs. Create From Waste had 32 participants, who showcased their creativity by turning dry garbage into decorative objects. The first prize winner was Lipakshi from Jaanki Devi Memorial College. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixJabberwocky- Turncoat debate (English), which was held on the first day and saw enthusiastic participation of 18 contestants. The first prize was won by Rahul Ghoshi of SGTB Khalsa, who spoke about the topic- ‘Delhi Election has changed the Face of Contemporary Politics’. Footloose saw participation of teams from IIT Delhi, IP University as well as colleges from University of Delhi. In a highly competitive session which saw over 20 teams compete, the first prize was won by The Jesus and Mary College Team.
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All patients on waiting lists for surgeries at state hospitals on or after March 15 will undergo the procedures in the private sector, following a Cabinet decision on Monday.March 15 marks the day nurses from the PASYNO union began an indefinite strike in state hospitals.Some patients have already been referred to the private sector for treatment, but Monday’s decision means all state health patients waiting for surgery should now be referred for as long as the strike continues.Deputy government spokesman Victoras Papadopoulos said the choice of which private hospital the patient would be referred to would be made by the heads of each state hospital’s department and ratified by each hospital chief.Referrals should be adequately justified by the heads of each hospital’s department, Papadopoulos said.“Specific guidelines were given to serve all those patients scheduled for surgery but could not get the specific service due to the strike,” Health Minister George Pamporidis said, following a meeting at the Nicosia general hospital.State doctors union PASYKI immediately criticised the decision and warned it would not allow government doctors to oversee choosing a private medical centre for a patient as it would leave them open to accusations of favouritism and bribery.At the same time, it said, the decision “blatantly violates the right of the patient to free choice of doctor”.The union added that the “responsibility for selecting the medical centre is the sole responsibility of the health ministry”.The announcement that large numbers of patients would now be receiving surgery in private clinics came after the head of a public sector nurses union warned on Monday that patients’ health could be at risk if the health ministry did not resolve staffing problems in state hospitals caused by the ongoing strike.The head of PASYDY’s nurses union, Prodromos Argyrides, said lack of staff could put patients at risk as nurses not taking part in the strike were exhausted.PASYDY members have not joined their approximately 1,900 colleagues at PASYNO who went on an indefinite strike last Tuesday.Argyrides warned, however, that the situation could not continue for much longer.“This is a serious problem we can’t hide it…I don’t think we can go on like this for many more days,” he said.“The situation is very difficult and gets harder every day. Until now the health ministry has still not managed to arrange adequate skeleton staff for every department.”The union boss said PASYDY was now considering taking their own measures, but could not reveal details until after a general meeting.Speaking on state radio, Argyrides said that as of Monday, PASYDY nurses would only be dealing with emergency situations and would handle other cases only if they could.This was firstly to protect patients but also PASYDY members. If something happened to patients, then the nurses would bear responsibility, he said.Meanwhile, President Nicos Anastasiades met with AKEL’s general secretary Andros Kyprianou on Monday to discuss the problems plaguing the health sector.Deputy government spokesman Victoras Papadopoulos said “during the meeting, there was a fruitful exchange of opinions on a series of issues plaguing the health sector.”The much anticipated National Health Scheme (NHS) was on the agenda, with Anastasiades briefing Kyprianou that he intended to have an exhaustive dialogue on a party leader level on how the NHS could gradually be implemented.“There are of course different opinions and approaches but the president believes the aim is a national consultation over the subject of health because offering quality services to citizens is necessary.”Responding to reports, the treasury in a statement said the actual hours and days for which public sector employees – including nurses – went on a strike were deducted from their paycheque.PASYNO nurses are striking in a bid to pressure the government to recognise their qualifications as equivalent to a university degree. Although they insist they are not doing it for the money, the move would automatically put them on a higher pay scale and according to the government, cost the state back some €35 to €40 million. You May LikeInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesNew Rule in Rowland Heights, California Leaves Drivers FumingInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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