Hirunika Premachandra, the daughter of late government member Bharatha Lakshman Premachandra fears that she may face death threats considering that the Attorney General’s department had instructed the police to file a case against MP Duminda Silva.According to the instructions issued by the AG, the CID has also been told to file cases against 12 others in relation to the case. Presidential Advisor Bharatha Lakshman Premachandra was killed in the shooting incident in October 2011 and Silva was seen as one of the main suspects in the murder.  (Colombo Gazette)Report by Indika Sri Aravinda Premachandra had earlier said she will get into politics and take forward her father’s legacy as a politician.“I am still doing some higher studies. Once I finish that I will get deeply involved in politics,” she said. Speaking to the Colombo Gazette, Premachandra also said that she will begin her political career once she finishes her studies. Premachandra meanwhile also raised hope that justice will finally be meted out against her father’s killers, more than a year after he was shot dead. read more

“Early warning systems, public awareness campaigns and other responses often fail to consider the needs of persons with disabilities, putting them at an unnecessarily elevated risk and sending a harmful message of inequality,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his message for the Day.“We can change this situation by including persons with disabilities in disaster resilience initiatives and policy planning.”The General Assembly designated 13 October as the International Day for Disaster Reduction in 2009, replacing an earlier version of the Day. Its objective is to raise awareness of how people are taking action to reduce their risk to disasters.More than one billion people in the world live with a disability and this year’s theme seeks to spotlight their vital role in fostering resilience as they are at high risk of injury or death during disasters.“Unfortunately, most persons with disabilities have never participated in disaster risk management or related planning and decision making processes. They suffer disproportionately high levels of disaster-related mortality and injuries,” Mr. Ban said.“Inclusion saves lives. And it empowers persons with disabilities to take ownership of their own safety – and that of their community.”This year, the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) and partners, consulted nearly 6,000 persons with disabilities in 126 countries on how they cope and prepare for disasters. The results show that people living with disabilities across the world are rarely consulted about their needs in times of disasters. They also illustrate the various challenges they face such as evacuating premises and receiving proper care in emergency facilities.Mr. Ban called on the international community to “do everything possible to ensure that all persons with disabilities have the highest possible levels of safety and the greatest possible chance to contribute to the overall well-being of society.“Let us build an inclusive world where persons with disabilities can play an even greater role as resourceful agents of change.” read more

By a vote of 100 in favour to 11 against, with 58 abstentions, the 193-member Assembly called on all States, international organizations and specialized agencies not to recognize any alteration of the status of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol on the basis of the 16 March referendum “and to refrain from any action or dealing that might be interpreted as recognizing any such altered status.” Action in the Assembly follows months of ratcheting tensions in Ukraine triggered by the Government’s decision last November not to sign an agreement on broader European integration. The capital, Kiev, erupted in violent demonstrations and street clashes in late January, culminating in the removal by Parliament of President Viktor Yanukovych. Tensions continued to mount in the Crimea region, where Russian troops and armoured vehicles were deployed in February and a secession referendum was later held, in which, according to the UN, Crimean authorities announced that close to 97 per cent of those who voted did so in favour of the region joining Russia. Subsequently, Crimea declared its independence, which in turn was recognized by Russia. In the immediate aftermath of those events, President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty to make Crimea part of Russia, while the Government in Kiev committed to never accept Crimea’s independence or annexation.Throughout, the UN has continued to press for a diplomatic solution to the crisis, with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson and other senior officials having visited the region, including Moscow and Crimea, over the past three weeks.The UN Security Council convened seven sessions on the situation in Ukraine, and at its eighth meeting, Russia, one of the 15-nation body’s permanent members, blocked action by voting against a draft resolution that would have urged countries not to recognize the results of the referendum in Crimea. The non-binding text adopted by the Assembly today contained similar language, underscoring that the referendum held in Crimea has no validity and cannot form the basis for any alteration of the status of Crimea or of the city of Sevastopol. It calls on all States to “desist and refrain” from actions aimed at the partial or total disruption of Ukraine’s national unity and territorial integrity, “including any attempts to modify Ukraine’s borders through the threat or use of force or other unlawful means.” Finally, the Assembly resolution makes explicit reference to the primacy of the UN Charter’s call for the preservation of the unity and territorial integrity of all UN Member States, and also recalls the 1994 Memorandum on Security Assurances in Connection with Ukraine’s Accession to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, the 1997 Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership between Ukraine and Russian, and other bilateral agreements between Ukraine and Russia. read more

first_imgBusiness social networking site LinkedIn today released its list of the “top 10 buzzwords” for 2010. The company’s analytics team pulled the most “cliched and overused phrases” from the site’s 85 million profiles.“Extensive experience” tops the list in the US, followed by “innovated,” “motivated,” “results-oriented,” and “dynamic.” Hey, while you’re online changing your Gawker password, why not hop on to LinkedIn and freshen up your profile a bit?Buzzwords, it turns out, are surprisingly universal. “Extensive experience” also topped the list in Canada and Australia. “Dynamic” was the top pick in Brazil, India, and Spain. “Motivated” popped up more than any other in the UK, and “innovative” was the most popular in France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands.last_img read more

first_imgHTC has discovered that the world really likes 5-inch phones with crazy resolutions and powerful hardware under the hood. With the release of the J Butterfly in Japan and the launch of the Droid DNA on Verizon Wireless here in the US, the rest of the world is probably feeling a bit left out. After all, it was only recently that the HTC One X+ made its way to international carriers. A leaked photo today revealed to the world the existence of a phone that looks closely related to the J Butterfly and the Droid DNA, being called the HTC Deluxe (or DLX).Nothing regarding the specs on this phone have been released, but given HTC’s recent releases it is hard to imagine this 5-inch phone having anything other than a 1080p screen with a quad-core Snapdragon and 2GB of RAM. This hardware would place the phone right in line with HTC’s most recent smartphone announcements, and gives the UK carriers a phone just like the Droid DNA and J Butterfly. Android 4.1 running Sense 4+ is expected to be running the DLX, though there’s not yet any mention of pricing or availability.The design of the DLX more closely resembles the HTC Rezound, with its red soft buttons on the bottom and the subtle red accents on the front of the phone. HTC’s new front-facing camera with a wider frame and IPX5 waterproofing could be among the features offered with this phone, as each have been seen with the Droid DNA and the J Butterfly.If HTC is planning to release this phone by the end of the year, it is most likely that there would be a launch event similar to the ones seen in Japan and NYC recently.For more details on how this phone might look and feel, check out our hands on with the HTC Droid DNA.via evleakslast_img read more

first_imgBolivie : des glissements de terrain font des milliers de sinistrésDes pluies diluviennes se sont abattues ce week-end sur la Bolivie, engendrant des inondations et de nouveaux glissements de terrain sur les hauteurs de la ville de la Paz. Si ces catastrophes n’ont fait aucune victime, elles ont laissé des milliers de sinistrés.Voilà deux mois que la Bolivie est touchée par des intempéries, et des glissements de terrain ont pendant cette période provoqué la mort de vingt personnes. Ce week-end, aucune victime n’a été déplorée, ont annoncé les autorités, les zones menacées ayant préventivement été évacuées samedi, rapporte le site du Figaro.À lire aussiInondations meurtrières dans l’Aude : ce qu’il faut savoirMais les glissements de terrain ont détruit ou endommagé des centaines de logements, souvent précaires, situés dans une zone d’urbanisation peu contrôlée. Certaines familles ont tout perdu, et ce sont 5.000 personnes qui étaient sinistrées hier dans la région de la Paz, la capitale bolivienne. Six des neuf provinces de Bolivie sont affectées par des pluies intenses depuis deux mois. Une situation attribuée au phénomène climatique La Nina, qui a fragilisé le sol et a laissé, d’après le  dernier bilan de la Défense civile, près de 11.000 foyers sinistrés.Le 1 mars 2011 à 15:02 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_img HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster The future is female: BBC this week unveiled a new collection of Doctor Who stories—written by and about women.“The Day She Saved The Doctor” features four modern companions*, as composed by four thoroughly modern authors.Long-time Who scribe Jacqueline Rayner (she’s penned 16 licensed books and audio plays) is joined by novelists Dorothy Koomson and Jenny T. Colgan (whose tie-in narrative “Dark Horizons” was published in 2012 under the name J. T. Colgan).Comedian, TV presenter, radio panellist, Strictly Come Dancing contestant, and proud Glaswegian Susan Calman also contributes.Details are scant. The BBC revealed only that the book stars Rose Tyler, Clara Oswald, Bill Potts, and Sarah Jane Smith “as they explore time and space, get into trouble, fight enemies with the Doctor, and—more often than not—step in to save his life.”Presumably, each author was paired with her own companion and sent off to spin a yarn; the cover (designed by Kelly Wagner) promises “four stories from the TARDIS.”Geared at younger readers, this anthology is sure to please any feminist Whovian (via BBC)“Recognizing the Doctor’s female friends from across the show’s history, and in celebration of female talent in science fiction, the anthology will publish on International Women’s Day”—March 8, 2018.Geared toward younger fans (but inviting of all Whovians), “The Day She Saved The Doctor” is available now to pre-order in the US (currently exclusive to Kindle) and UK, where you can purchase it in hardcover (and pay for shipping).With the Doctor Who Christmas special—and, more importantly, Jodie Whittaker’s debut as the Thirteenth Doctor—almost in our grasp, news of an all-female-authored story collection is exactly the gift we need this season.And, thanks to a recent partnership between BBC Books and Penguin Random House Children’s UK, it won’t be the last.An exclusive series of season 11 stories—fiction, nonfiction, activity, novelty, audio—will be led by Whittaker, and aim to introduce the long-running show and its time-traveling topliner to new audiences, as well as indulge die-hard fans.Tune in on Dec. 25 to BBC and BBC America to watch the Twelfth Doctor team up with the First Doctor (David Bradley as William Hartnell), before regenerating into his latest (and perhaps greatest) form.* Three contemporary and one prevailing classic Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) today applauds the agreement reached last night by House and Senate negotiators on legislation granting the President Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and calls on both bodies to approve it immediately. The House is expected to vote on the TPA bill tonight, and the Senate will likely take up the measure next week.TPA allows the President to negotiate trade agreements and present them to Congress for a simple up-or-down vote. Every President since President Carter has had this authority, but it expired in 1994 and hasn’t been reauthorized.”Securing passage of TPA will be great news for U.S. soybean farmers,” exclaimed American Soybean Association (ASA) President Dwain Ford from his farm in Kinmundy, Illinois. “TPA is critical if U.S. soybean farmers are to remain competitive in the world marketplace.”Ninety-six percent of the world’s population lives outside the U.S. With U.S. soybean farmers dependent on export markets for one out of every two rows produced, the prosperity of U.S. Soybean farmers is linked closely to enhanced economic growth worldwide and increased market access. However, tariffs on soybeans and soybean products in a number of countries are very high and need to be reduced if U.S. growers are to remain competitive.The most effective way of reducing these types of trade barriers is through multilateral negotiations in the World Trade Organization (WTO) as well as bilateral trade agreements. However, in the absence of TPA, other countries are refusing to negotiate final agreements with the U.S because they would be subject to further changes by Congress. In fact, the U.S. is a part of only two of the more than 130 preferential trade agreements that are currently in force throughout the world. TPA is expected to help address this problem.”We’ve waited a long time for this, and ASA would like to thank all those who fought hard to ensure that TPA was enacted this year,” Ford concluded.Once Congress gives its final approval of TPA legislation, the bill will be forwarded to the White House. Upon its receipt, the President is expected to sign the measure into law.last_img read more

first_imgEnlarge ImageChevrolet believes the 10-speed automatic could shave whole seconds off the car’s Nurburgring time. Chevrolet When Chevrolet first introduced the hard-core ZL1 1LE variant of its venerable Camaro, the only available transmission was a six-speed manual. Now, buyers have another option.Chevrolet announced on Tuesday that the 2019 Camaro ZL1 1LE will be available with either a six-speed manual transmission or a new 10-speed automatic. According to Chevrolet, this quick-shifting gearbox is more than a half-second faster around the automaker’s Milford Road Course than the manual variant. It’s a $1,595 option on top of the $7,500 1LE package, on top of the ZL1’s $64,195 window sticker.This isn’t just an off-the-rack transmission. Chevy calibrated its 10-speed specifically for the ZL1 1LE and its demanding, track-demolishing nature. Other components were adjusted for the new 10-speed, too, including the Multimatic suspension system and the limited-slip differential. The 10-speed ZL1 1LE also has a new transmission oil pan and an additional steering-gear cooling duct.Otherwise, it’s the same ZL1 1LE that debuted last year. Its 6.2-liter supercharged V8 still puts out 650 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, and the manual variant still offers active rev matching. Its unique wing produces 300 pounds of downforce at 150 miles per hour. It also rocks a set of dive planes (canards) on the front, because canards make everything better.One thing you might notice is that the ZL1 1LE sports the same face as it did before. Despite almost the entire Camaro lineup moving to a new exterior design for 2019, the ZL1 1LE keeps rockin’ the old body. This isn’t unheard of — Ford’s Mustang Shelby GT350 never upgraded to a new face when Ford updated the standard Mustang, and the GT500 — the one that debuted a fortnight ago — still has the pre-refresh face for some reason. 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 68 Photos More about 2019 Chevrolet Camaro Review • 2019 Chevy Camaro: Best taken at face value Preview • 2019 Chevy Camaro Turbo 1LE: Emphasizing poise over power Tags 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better More From Roadshow Post a comment 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is a serious track weapon Performance Cars Coupes Chevrolet Ford 0 Chevrolet 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Share your voicelast_img read more

first_img Tags Google’s new Password Checkup extension is intended to prevent old hacks from haunting people. Stephen Shankland/CNET Google is releasing a new Chrome extension that could make account takeovers harder for hackers. The Password Checkup tool, which the tech giant released on Tuesday, warns you if the username and password that you’re using were stolen in any data breaches. It then prompts you to change them if they were.Even data breaches from more than a decade ago can still hurt victims if they haven’t changed their passwords. Consider this: A collection of 2.2 billion stolen credentials, dating as far back as 2008, continues to float around in hacker forums. Cybercriminals count on you being lazy. For context, hackers could take over 2.2 million accounts if just one-tenth of 1 percent of the passwords in that massive leak haven’t been updated.Google’s own database of collected credentials from public breaches contains over 4 billion usernames and passwords, said Kurt Thomas, a research scientist at Google.The company has used that database for the last five years to protect Google users who could be affected by third-party breaches. More than 110 million accounts were kept safe through this measure, Thomas said. “Without this safety measure, you’re about 10 times more likely to fall victim to an account takeover,” he said. Now playing: Watch this: Biggest hacks of 2018 3:26 Share your voice Security 10 Google’s Chrome dominates the browser market, accounting for 62 percent of website usage today, according to analytics firm StatCounter. The Chrome extension is similar to what Nest, a smart home company that Google owns, does for its users. Nest monitors publicly leaked password databases and checks its own databases for matches. If a user’s email and password for outside services are involved, Nest sends an alert requesting the person to change passwords — even if the company’s own data wasn’t affected by the breach.Google isn’t the only company that does this. Facebook’s security team also monitors public breaches. So does Netflix’s.This prevents hackers from being able to reuse passwords stolen from one service on another website. Hackers often employ this tactic to take over accounts, given how many people are likely to use the same password again and again. In a survey by Google and Harris Poll of 3,000 adults in the US, for instance, 65 percent of respondents said they reuse a password across multiple accounts. (Even so, about 60 percent of respondents say they have “too many passwords to remember,” according to the survey.)In 2016, hackers said they were able to access Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter account by using his LinkedIn password, which was stolen in a 2012 breach. Google’s new tool doesn’t save or view your passwords to match it with its database of hijacked credentials, according to Google.The 4 billion credentials in Google’s database are hashed and encrypted, and so are the passwords and usernames a person would type in to compare using the Chrome extension. It uses a cryptography technique called “blinding” so Google can compare your passwords without ever needing to view them.Hacks happen almost daily, but you’re not expected to check every day to see if your account information was leaked in a breach. People simply have a hard time staying on top of security-related matters. Up to 69 percent of respondents to Google’s survey said they were excellent at protecting their own accounts, yet only 32 percent even knew what phishing and two-factor authentication are.  Password Checkup is designed to fill that security gap by automatically checking and warning people if they could be impacted by a potential hack. “We felt this was important and tried to do this as a community service and help our users everywhere,” said Elie Bursztein, Google’ anti-abuse research team lead.Security:  Stay up-to-date on the latest in breaches, hacks, fixes and all those cybersecurity issues that keep you up at night. CNET Magazine: Check out a sample of the stories in CNET’s newsstand edition. Comments Chrome Googlelast_img read more

first_imgMay 27 , 2019 The apple industry remained extremely competitive on the world stage. Apple exports rose to NZ$732.9m in 2018 from NZ$691m in 2017. New cultivars such as Jazz and Envy provided both diversification and increased value. In addition, with export values reaching NZ$115m (up from NZ$93.8m in 2017), the potato industry has seen a shift from fresh potato exports to processed potato products. Onions, peas and squash have remained integral parts of our horticultural export mix over the years.New Zealand exported horticultural produce to 128 countries. The top five markets are Continental Europe, Australia, the U.S., China and Japan. Together they account for close to NZ$3.7bn and a little over two-thirds (68%) of the total exports. Exports to Asia recorded a significant jump of NZ$912m to NZ$2.068bn year-on-year.”Extraordinary growth” for New Zealand horticulture“Our industry is well diversified, and it continues to adapt to consumer and market needs to ensure New Zealand products remain in demand and sell at a premium overseas,” says David Hughes, CEO, Plant & Food Research.“Part of the premium derives from our innovative and sustainable global reputation. We look forward to helping all our sectors realise their potential and deliver a smart green future for New Zealand.”Mike Chapman, chief executive of Horticulture New Zealand, says: “We are delighted to witness the extraordinary growth of our industry over the last 20 years. We’re committed to creating an enduring environment where the industry can continue to prosper and achieve our common goal.” Could early sweet apple ‘Posy’ herald rosy future … New Zealand horticultural exports grew significantly in value last year, with wine, kiwifruit and apples driving the increase to NZ$5.5bn from NZ$5.1bn the year before. According to the latest Fresh Facts, published annually by Plant & Food Research since 1999, horticultural exports tripled from NZ$1.7bn 20 years ago. They now accounted for almost 10% of New Zealand’s total merchandise exports. Kiwifruit and wine were the two main drivers for New Zealand’s horticultural success in 2018. Around a third of the export revenue is attributable to kiwifruit (NZ$1.86bn, up from NZ$1.66bn in 2017). Zespri SunGold Kiwifruit has proven popular in key export markets, now accounting for around 40% of the crop. Wine contributed to another 31% of total horticulture exports (NZ$1.69bn, up from NZ$1.66bn in 2017). Sauvignon blanc is still the main crop, but other wines, particularly Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Pinot gris, are also increasing in production. You might also be interested incenter_img Applewood gears up for the 2019 harvest season as … LPS ’19 preview: South Africa anticipates challeng … U.S.: ‘Apples are often on the tariff carousel’, s …last_img read more

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterSeven Seas Explorer will sail to South America for the first time inside two months. After cruising the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Northern Europe and Africa during her first two years, Regent Seven Seas Cruises‘ Seven Seas Explorer will visit picturesque ports in 10 South American countries, from January through March 2019 during five voyages.“Seven Seas Explorer sailing this region of the world for the first time gives her loyal guests the opportunity to experience Seven Seas Explorer in a new way, while providing guests who have not yet sailed on her, but want to experience the beauty of South America’s destinations aboard the most luxurious ship ever built, one more compelling reason to visit,” Regent Seven Seas Cruises President and CEO Jason Montague said.Suites for Seven Seas Explorer’s maiden South American sailings are nearly all sold out, with a few still available on the final voyage of the South American sailing on 17 February 2019 from Chile to Los Angeles.The five voyages include:20 January (12 nights) – Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires, visiting ports of call in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina.20 January (28 nights) – Rio de Janeiro to Santiago (San Antonio), visiting ports of call in Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Falkland Islands and Chile.1 February (16 nights) – Buenos Aires to Santiago (San Antonio), visiting ports of call in Uruguay, Argentina, Falkland Islands and Chile.1 February (36 nights) – Buenos Aires to Los Angeles, visiting ports of call in Uruguay, Argentina, Falkland Islands, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Guatemala.17 February (20 nights) – Santiago (San Antonio) to Los Angeles, visiting ports of call in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Mexico.In addition, Seven Seas Explorer is sailing to South America via her 6 January Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro voyage, which arrives in Brazil at 8am on 19 January. A limited number of suites are available on this transatlantic voyage.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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