Australia reopening scars with England collapse says Hazlewood

first_imgLeeds (United Kingdom): Josh Hazlewood said Australia were beginning to reopen some old Ashes wounds after they bowled England out for a woeful 67 in the third Test at Headingley. Fast bowler Hazlewood led the way with 5-30 as England were dismissed inside 28 overs, with only Joe Denly (12) reaching double figures. Australia then ended Friday’s second day on 171-6 in their second innings, a commanding lead of 283 runs. Marnus Labuschagne was 53 not out, his third successive fifty after replacing the concussed Steve Smith in the drawn second Test at Lord’s, with his first-innings 74 in this match seven more than England managed between them. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh Victory in this match would see Australia retain the Ashes at 2-0 up with two to play in a five-Test series and Hazlewood said: “I guess we might be starting a few scars there. “I don’t think many teams are winning if one of their innings is 60 or 70 runs,” he added with England having skittled Australia out for 60 on the way to an Ashes-clinching win in Nottingham four years ago. “Sixty is hard work to come back from during a Test,” said Hazlewood, who played in that infamous 2015 match at Trent Bridge. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced later “If we start well they might think ‘here we go again’ so it’s about creating that doubt in the mind. I can’t remember a day like this to be honest, it was a great day…simple as that.” Hazlewood started and finished Australia’s rout of England. His impressive haul included the key wicket of captain Joe Root, out for a second-ball nought with what England batting coach Graham Thorpe said was an “absolute beauty” of a delivery. Root’s zero on his Yorkshire home ground followed a golden duck at Lord’s. Before this series Root, England’s leading batsman, decided to return to number three in a bid to shore up a fallible top order but Hazlewood was happy to see him coming in at the fall of the first wicket. “I certainly like him in there as early as possible,” said Hazlewood. “They follow him a little bit, he’s the leader, he’s the captain, he’s got the best average, he’s their best batsman going by numbers. “So if we can get him I think they can be vulnerable at times. I think they love to feel bat on ball, especially through that middle order, so if we can dry up the runs and force a mistake then that’s fantastic,” he added. Australia have six fast bowlers in their squad, and Hazlewood said the competition — Mitchell Starc and Peter Siddle missed out at Headingley — helped maintain a high standard. “It keeps you on your toes because if you go out on days like today and bowl poorly, it may be your last game of the series given how good the quicks are on the bench,” he explained. – Labuschagne’s ‘good guts’ – ============================= Hazlewood also praised the “fantastic” Labuschagne’s response to his unexpected call-up, saying: “He’s got some good guts and he’s a fighter.” This was the third time England had been bowled out for under a hundred in their last seven Tests, with Thorpe admitting: “It’s up to us to get through those first spells…We haven’t done it today, there’s no excuses.” Only three teams have made over 300 to win in the fourth innings of a Test at Headingley — Australia (404-3 in 1948), England (315-4 against Australia in 2001) and West Indies (322-5 in 2017). Nevertheless, Thorpe insisted: “What I would say is the game is not over from this position. There’s been scores here chased down in the fourth innings of over 300 before. That’s us in our dressing room now making sure we stay up and stay confident.”last_img read more

Justin Bieber Appears In New Charity Book For Starship Childrens Hospital

first_imgWell-known New Zealanders are allowing us a glimpse at their families and sharing their feelings about parenthood in a new book – all in support of Starship Children’s Hospital.For the Love of Our Kids is a beautifully bound photo book which has just gone on sale to the public at www.starship.org.nz/lovekids.The book, designed by the publishers of the stunning MILK (Moments, Inspiration, Love, Kinship) Tailor Made Books, features photos of high-profile Kiwis such as Lucy Lawless, Tiki Taane, Keven Mealamu, Jaquie Brown, Shane and Nerida Cortese, Dame Rosie Horton, Dominic Harvey and Jay-Jay Feeney, Trelise Cooper, Kerre Woodham, CJ Bruton, Graeme Hart, Toni Street, Rawdon Christie, Paul Flynn (Flynny), Kate Hawkesby, Ross Taylor and Sir Peter Leitch with their own children or special Starship patients. Plus there are also photos of patients and generous supporters with their families – and all with heartfelt messages of what their children mean to them.There is also a special photograph of international pop superstar Justin Bieber with a Starship patient on his visit to the children’s hospital in July. And New Zealand’s Jaquie Brown features on the cover with her gorgeous boy Leo.This book, with its beautiful images by photographer Michelle Carlson, is exclusively available through the Starship Foundation website at www.starship.org.nz/lovekids for $45 + postage.Thanks to Michelle Carlson and MILK Tailor Made Books for donating their time and expertise to compile this stunning book, proceeds from the sale of For the Love of Our Kids will come to the Starship Foundation to help fund care for the thousands of children from around New Zealand who are treated at Starship every year.“The wonderful people involved in the book have been so generous with their time and with their families,” says Gretchen Hawkesby, Chair of the Friends of Starship. “For the Love of Our Kids makes a stunning coffee table book or a beautiful gift and I really encourage people to buy a copy or two. It’s for such a good cause, supporting children from all over New Zealand who come to Starship.”Source:Scoop.co.nzlast_img read more

Freedom Mobile hit by data breach company says up to 15000 customers

CALGARY — Freedom Mobile says the data of about 15,000 customers was exposed by a security breach that began in late March.The wireless service arm of Shaw Communications Inc. says it was alerted to the problem on April 18 by outside security researchers and the breach was closed by Freedom’s third-party service providers on April 23.Freedom says a “very limited amount” of customer data was exposed as a result of a misconfigured server.It says there’s no evidence that any customer data has been misused but it’s still conducting an investigation to determine the full impact of the breach.Freedom also says it’s contacting affected customers about the breach. The wireless carrier was apparently warned of the breach by researchers at vpnMentor, which announced it to the press. Companies in this story: (TSX:SJR.B)The Canadian Press read more

SecretaryGeneral transmits report to Security Council on Darfur hybrid force

In his letter to the 15-member Council’s President, Mr. Ban wrote that the AU had requested some additional clarifications and revisions to the report, his spokesperson told reporters in New York today.Based on further consultations with the AU Commission Chairperson Alpha Oumar Konaré, these changes are reflected in the text, she added.Mr. Konaré will take steps to submit the revised report to the AU Peace and Security Council.Last November, the Government, the UN and the AU agreed to the creation of a hybrid force in Darfur as the third phase of a three-step process to replace the existing but under-resourced AU Mission in the Sudan (AMIS), which has been unable to end the fighting.More than 200,000 people have been killed and at least 2 million others displaced from their homes since clashes erupted in 2003 between Government forces, allied Janjaweed militias and rebel groups.In another development, the number of displaced Sudanese helped by the UN to return home has topped 100,000, according to the UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS), the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).Since last January, more than 55,000 refugees and almost 50,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) have been transported to their places of origin – a remarkable achievement, given that just two years ago flying or even driving between most towns in southern Sudan was impossible.This milestone represents a significant step towards implementing the January 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement, which ended the decades-long north-south civil war – which is separate from the conflict in the Darfur region.UNHCR has led all of the refugee operations in the region and has participated in monitoring efforts to ensure that the returnees’ concerns have been addressed. In addition, the agency also works with its partners in implementing reintegration programmes involving health, education, water and sanitation, as well as income-generating projects in the main areas where Sudanese are returning.IOM has provided transportation for all IDPs and many refugees from abroad, while UNMIS has supplied coordination services.Other UN agencies, including the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and numerous non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have also contributed to the effort.Sudan poses challenges to aid workers, with most of the south of the country inaccessible during the June-December rainy season, and IOM has utilized air, river, rail and road corridors to return Sudanese to their homes areas.However, the UN reported that much remains to be done. Basic services such as the supply of clean water, health care and education are not keeping pace with demand, in spite of assistance from the Government and the international community.The number of Sudanese refugees in neighbouring countries has dropped significantly since 2004, falling from 515,000 to 270,000. Repatriation operations from the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have ended. Large-scale returns continue from Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda, with fewer numbers repatriating from Libya and Egypt. 6 June 2007Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has transmitted his revised report to the Security Council regarding the planned hybrid United Nations-African Union (AU) peacekeeping mission for the violence-wracked Darfur region of Sudan. read more

From the Field One mans efforts to help girls education in Burkina

It would only be natural to expect that retiring after almost a decade in this position, a person would want to enjoy some peace and quiet. And that was the case for Fred Eckhard, spokesperson for Kofi Annan, the Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1997 to 2006. “I spent almost 10 years working for Kofi Annan, travelling to about 100 countries and for me it was the most interesting job in the world, after his,” Mr. Eckhard said. “But there can be such a thing as too much excitement. When we retired, my wife and I just wanted serenity, and so we moved to a small fishing village, to a house with a view of the sea.” With an accumulated 50 years of UN work experience between them, Mr. Eckhard and his wife Kathryn Gordon, moved to Brittany on the north-west coast of France in September 2005 – and they were happy. Fred Eckhard pays call on former Secretary-General Kofi Annan at UN Headquarters (17 January 2006).“I had to pinch myself each morning; I felt like we had died and gone to heaven,” Mr. Eckhard said. But after years of trying to help make the world a better place through his work, something was not quite right. “Despite my happiness, I had a gnawing feeling that I was just too happy. Good food, wonderful wines, fantastic views of the sea from our house; I needed to be giving something back,” Mr. Eckhard said. “But the question was how?” The answer was close to home, literally. And it stemmed from Gilberte Saint Cast, the person from whom Mr. Eckhard bought his new home. Fred Eckhard addresses correspondents at the daily news briefing (19 August 2003). Ten years ago, a Catholic priest by the name of Father Albert Kabore, from the town of Koudougou, in Burkina Faso, had been temporarily assigned to the French village’s church. Father Albert became friends with Ms. Saint Cast, and ended up inviting her and her husband to visit him in Koudougou, the third biggest town in the landlocked African country. What she saw there led her, in partnership with Father Albert, to set up a humanitarian association – Soldarité Goëlo-Burkina – to support girls’ education in Koudougou. (Goëlo is the name of the coastal area of France where Ms. Saint Cast and Mr. Eckhard live.) “Through her fund-raising around the village, she took in about €7,000 a year, which she sent to Father Albert and two partners in Koudougou, who distributed the money as small cash grants,” Mr. Eckhard said. “€150 a year will put a girl through secondary school; €70 a year pays tuition at a dressmaking vocational school. This year, they’re supporting 45 girls, about eight of whom are studying dressmaking.” “€7,000 may not sound like much, but Burkina Faso is not only one of the poorest countries in the world, it’s also among the most illiterate,” Mr. Eckhard added. “To help 45 girls a year stay in school was and is an important step forward.” Gilberte Saint Cast visits a dressmaking workshop in Koudougou, Burkina Faso, where her association supports eight girls to learn a trade. (February 2010).According to the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 18 per cent of the boys in Burkina Faso are enrolled in secondary school, compared to 13 per cent of the girls. UNICEF says that Burkina’s gross school enrolment rate, especially at primary school level, has increased significantly in recent years, and this increase is particularly due to a massive girls’ education campaign and other incentives – such as the elimination of primary school fees for all girls and the free distribution of more than four million books and school supplies. “These improvements are coming from the Government of Burkina Faso, with support from development partners including non-governmental organizations – but also from smaller, more personal initiatives like the one carried out by Fred Eckhard and the association he’s a member of,” said UNICEF’s Representative in Burkina Faso, Hervé Périès. “These sorts of efforts will also contribute towards bridging the gender gap in secondary education which still exists in the country.” Girls at a secondary school, St. Monique’s, in Koudougou, buy midday snacks from vendors.Mr. Eckhard was under no illusions as to the challenges involved. It was not the 68-year-old’s first exposure to Africa. He had spent two years at the University of the Congo (Kinshasa) in the 1960s, was UN spokesperson in Namibia in 1989-90 and through working for a Secretary-General who had a special focus on Africa, he had gotten much closer to the continent, including to Burkina Faso. “This is an uphill battle. Despite strong government support for education, the drop-out rate is high,” he said. “This is due to a range of factors. For example, girls are pressured to stay at home to help their mothers with siblings and household chores; early pregnancy is common. Arranged marriages at a very young age happen less now but haven’t disappeared; girls who lack sanitary napkins are forced to miss school for several days each month during their menstrual cycle.” With the first payment of his €25 annual membership, Mr. Eckhard joined Soldarité Goëlo-Burkina and, over time, got more and more involved. In 2009, he accompanied Ms. Saint Cast and her husband to Koudougou. “I saw girls line up at Father Albert’s house to thank her (Ms. Saint Cast) for changing their lives,” Mr. Eckhard said. “I visited schools with her and was impressed what a little can-do country can accomplish with so few resources. I felt I had to be a part of this.” He returned to Burkina with the Saint Casts in 2010, and then asked all his friends and former UN colleagues to pitch in. That year, he personally raised over €24,000. Solidarité traditionally ends support at graduation from secondary school, but with the help of some fundraising in the United States by his son, he personally sent two of Solidarité’s girls to university last fall, each majoring in accounting. With this higher level of giving, Mr. Eckhard proposed to Ms. Saint Cast that her association start supporting girls to go on to university. But, while thoroughly supportive of the proposal, Ms. Saint Cast, now 78, replied, “Ours is an aging organization; I think you should do this on your own.” Mr. Eckhard is now in the process of creating a non-profit organization called the Burkina Women’s Education Fund. He plans to cover all overhead costs out of his own pocket so that every dollar or euro given will go directly to the girls involved. While state universities can charge around $36 a year and have more than 3,000 students in a class; private institutions may charge more – around $575 – but have much smaller classes. This past February, he traveled to Burkina Faso – once again at his own expense but without Ms. Saint Cast for the first time – and interviewed all of the association-sponsored girls who were in the last year or next-to-last year of secondary school to work out the best way to help them achieve their dreams. “I spoke with them to find out what their home life was like, what they wanted to do with their lives, what their basic needs were. ‘Do you want to go to university,’ I asked them? ‘Where? To study what? How much will it cost?’ Many of them hadn’t thought this through,” Mr. Eckhard said. “With the help of two young French colleagues who volunteered their support, we drew up profiles of these girls and are working with them to define their financial needs.” For the school year 2011-2012, Mr. Eckhard will be trying to raise tuition money for nine girls. He said former colleagues, among others, may be hearing from him soon about his efforts in Burkina Faso. “If so, dig deep,” he said with a grin, adding, “Burkina Faso is turning into a full-time job, I even thought of a slogan for the NGO: ‘Do Good; Have Fun’ which is appropriate as it’s both enjoyable and fulfilling. So much for ‘retirement’!” 13 June 2011The job of spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General involves working long hours in a highly sensitive political environment, following the 24-hour news cycle and being frequently away from home. read more

Enbridge cutting 1000 jobs after completing takeover of Spectra Energy

by Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 22, 2017 9:46 am MDT Last Updated Mar 22, 2017 at 1:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Enbridge cutting 1,000 jobs after completing takeover of Spectra Energy CALGARY – The cuts have come swiftly at energy giant Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB), which is laying off about 1,000 staff less than a month after closing its blockbuster takeover of Houston-based Spectra Energy Corp.Calgary-based Enbridge says the layoffs, amounting to about six per cent of the 17,000 employees of the combined company, stem from the merger that closed Feb. 27.“After a careful evaluation, Enbridge has taken the difficult but necessary step to address the overlap in the combined company’s organizational structure,” said spokesman Todd Nogier in a statement.He did not provide details about where the cuts are happening, but says they’re being done across the merged company.Nogier also confirmed that the company will be moving out of the Enbridge offices in downtown Houston and consolidating operations in the state at Spectra’s offices there by the end of the year.Under the terms of the merger, Calgary became the headquarters of the combined company, while the Houston office became the company’s gas pipelines business unit centre.When the C$37-billion, all-stock takeover was announced last September, the companies said they expected to achieve C$540 million in annual cost savings from synergies.At the time, Enbridge CEO Al Monaco said they would move forward quickly to cut costs, expecting about 60 per cent of those savings to happen this year and another 30 per cent in 2018.The latest job cuts come after Enbridge eliminated about 530 positions last October in Canada and the U.S. after an organizational review it said was started well before the Spectra deal was announced.Jim Fearon, vice president at recruitment firm Hays Canada, says Wednesday’s job cuts should be seen as tied to the merger, rather than an indicator of the overall economy.“I do think it’s an outlier to what’s going on in the rest of the market; we’ve seen an easing in the pain of the market,” said Fearon.“Two big companies become one, and sad as it may be, and unfortunate for some people, some of them are surplus to requirements, and I think that’s really all that you’re seeing in this scenario.”He said that overall, there are positive signs of hiring in the oil and gas industry, though companies are still being cautious about committing to long-term staff increases.Follow @ibickis on Twitter. Enbridge company logos on display at the company’s annual meeting in Calgary, Thursday, May 12, 2016. Enbridge Inc. says it is cutting about 1,000 jobs or six per cent of its workforce following the takeover of Houston-based Spectra Energy. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh read more

Hamilton campus tech whiz receives national acclaim

When Dino Giancola describes his role as a computer and media technician at Brock’s Hamilton campus, a common saying in the world of entertainment springs to mind.“The show must go on,” said Giancola, who has previously worked in theatre around the world. “I think of every class as a performance. It should feel and appear seamless and well-rehearsed, never a technological struggle.”Giancola was recognized this spring with a national award for his contributions in supporting technology and the classroom experience for Brock’s Faculty of Education. At the 2017 CONNECT conference held in Niagara Falls in April, he received the CONNECTed Innovator Award in the technician category. CONNECT is billed as Canada’s largest education technology conference with upwards of 2,000 participants coming together to share best practices and ideas about education technology.Giancola said he was humbled to find out supervisors Shannon Welbourn and Kyle Tuck had submitted his nomination.“When I received a ‘Congratulations, you’re a winner!’ e-mail, I immediately deleted it,” he quipped. “But something in the message caught my eye that this just might be legit.”Giancola considers himself fortunate that technology has always come naturally to him.“I think that this stems from a simple, natural curiosity for how things work, whether natural or man-made,” he said. “Every day is different, which keeps things interesting and ‘fresh’ feeling.”He initially combined his lifelong interest in technology with a music degree in hopes of working at the forefront of digital audio production and editing, providing technical advice to a range of artists, from filmmakers to performers.That background has factored into his role supporting students, faculty and staff for the past two-and-a-half years at Brock’s Hamilton Instructional Resource Centre (IRC). Giancola is responsible for delivering and maintaining media and computing equipment and other educational technologies and providing computer support and assistance in the IRC and computer labs.Tuck, a systems Administrator and technician at the Hamilton campus, describes his talented colleague as being innovative and passionate about classroom technology.“Dino closely watches technology trends, particularly those relating to education, and assists faculty and instructors to model K-12 classroom tech integration for the teacher candidates,” he said. “He was critical to the implementation of the Makerspace within the Faculty’s Instructional Resource Centre that introduces teacher education candidates to a wide variety of teaching resources and strategies.”Giancola has made a difference in the learning experience of individual students. For example, last year, he and Tuck collaborated to come up with a technical solution that would enable a student with a medical issue to participate in classes from home via video conference.He has also developed and delivered workshops on 3D printing and 3D design to teacher education students.“I’m enthusiastic about education, especially since the advent of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) and the Internet. The marriage of technology and education are inextricably linked and enjoy a symbiotic relationship, ” Giancola said. “The faculty and staff are intelligent, thoughtful and very appreciative. We’re always trying to give students the best experience possible. They inspire me every day.” read more

Turks Caicos drops to 4 Island in the World Hotel owner sounds

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThe Turks and Caicos Islands have dropped from the number one island destination in the world, to now holding the number four spot on the popular TripAdvisor list. During a specially held luncheon at Beaches Resort Villages and Spa last week, Chairman of SRI, Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart talked about the fall and that poor service and harassment are causing it. Stewart, while here in Provo also met with the Turks and Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association – all, Magnetic Media understands are gravely concerned with the crime on the world’s #1 beach – Grace Bay Beach. The outspoken Stewart said violators should be thrown into jail, and exposed that the Turks and Caicos leaders are not only out of touch, but literally impossible to reach. During the lunch, he talked about how he could call country leaders anywhere that his resorts are operating, and those leaders come to phone or return his call. Not so, he points out in the TCI. Magnetic Media was also informed that the Tourism Minister is equally as hard to get in a meeting. Stewart was visibly frustrated and expressed that the recent taxi driver contract issue, deserved at least a call from the Premier before he went public to side with drivers, who bid and lost the contract. Butch Stewart and his team reiterated that it was a business decision which should never have attracted a protest, media headlines or threats about going to court. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Happy Hours All Weekend at Outback Steakhouse TCI Premier & Governor gives “all-clear” after Hurricane Irma Recommended for you Related Items:country, Hotel, number 4, Tci, tourism, world ranking Hurricane Irma hits TCIlast_img read more

Snake ends up in Hawaii after hiding inside Fort Lauderdale travelers backpack

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FLA. (WSVN) – A tiny non-venomous southern black racer snake hitched a plane ride to Hawaii inside a traveler’s backpack.A traveler flying from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport did not realize the reptile was in his backpack until he arrived at his vacation rental in Maui.Officials said the snake is a juvenile but will eventually grow to six feet in length.The traveler called for help, and the state’s Department of Agriculture took the snake away.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Alaska Supreme Court To Discuss Appeal In KCHS Auditorium On Thursday

first_imgAudio PlayerO-BRIEN-ON-COURT-1.mp3VmO-BRIEN-ON-COURT-1.mp300:00RPdKPBSD Assistant Superintendent John O’Brien: “Thursday, the Alaska State Supreme Court will actually be coming to the Peninsula and holding a live court session and that will be happening at Kenai Central High School.  You can tune in to hear the case; look for a link on our website.  We’ll be live broadcasting that thorough the internet on our social media site.” The State is seeking to expedite consideration by the Alaska Supreme Court in order to provide clarity before the deadline for candidates to file declarations of candidacy for the elections of 2018. State of Alaska vs Alaska Democratic Party appeal: Click Here Juneau Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg, in October, over-ruled the statute stating that it violates the Alaska Democratic Party’s First Amendment right to associate with non-Democratic candidates.  Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth then decided to appeal that ruling to the Alaska Supreme Court. The Alaska Supreme Court will be on stage discussing a state-filed appeal to the Alaska Supreme Court ruling on the Alaska Democratic Party vs the State of Alaska lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state statute that requires a candidate who runs in a political party’s primary election to be a registered member of that party. The Alaska Democratic Party filed suit against the State in order to be allowed to run unaffiliated candidates, who are not registered Democrats, in its 2018 political party primary. A copy of the appeal from the Superior Court, First Judical District at Juneau filed by Judge Pallenberg is attached below. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last updated on March 28th, 2018 at 08:55 amThe Alaska State Supreme Court in conjunction with the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District will be holding a live session at the KCHS Renee C. Henderson Auditorium on Thursday, March 29th.  The session will begin at 9:30 a.m. and run through 11:45 a.m. The program is open to the public.  Attendees are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes early to allow time for security screening.last_img read more

Union Minister felicitates InnoTex 2018 winners

first_imgConfederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) in association with Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA) as a Knowledge Partner, organised an innovation contest ‘InnoTex 2018’. Innovation applications were sought in the field of design, method, process, product and cost in ginning, spinning, weaving, knitting, processing, garmenting and technical textiles from all over India and abroad.CITI received an overwhelming response from the innovators as well as from the industry. A total of 10 innovations were shortlisted after two rounds of jury evaluation. The final round of the Innovation Contest was organised along with CITI Diamond Jubilee Celebrations – Global Textiles Conclave 2018 on November 28, at 10:00 am at hall no. 4, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfInnovators made their final presentations before the eminent jury members comprising Shekhar Agarwal, Vice Chairman, RSWM Limited, Bharat Bhushan Modi, Vice President (Weaving), D’Décor Home Fabrics Pvt. Ltd., Neelabh Dalmia, Director, GHCL and Professor R S Rengasamy, Department of Textile Technology, IIT Delhi, the stalwarts of textile and apparel industry and top academia. Towards the end, three winners were selected. Sanjay K Jain, Chairman CITI delivered the keynote address and shared his thoughts on how the idea of organising an Innovation Contest came and in fact, it was the first time in the history of Indian textile and clothing Industry that such a contest was organised for innovations in the textile sector. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveDr Arindam Basu, Director General, NITRA briefed the audience about the InnoTex 2018 contest and its journey of four months. Prashant Mohota, Chairman, CITI-YEG thanked the innovators for their excellent innovations and presentations. He also expressed his gratitude to the eminent jury members who really had a herculean task of judging and evaluating the innovators particularly when competition became very close and tough. He also acknowledged the support and help extended by Dr J V Rao, CEO, TSC, and his team. He showed heartfelt indebtedness to the sponsors D’Decor (Presenting Partner), Lenzing AG and Murata Machinery Limited (Supporting Partners) without whose support this contest would not have been possible. After the second round, all 10 shortlisted candidates were mentored by the industry experts. Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce and Industry and Civil Aviation presented trophies to the finalists of InnoTex 2018 at the Valedictory Session of CITI diamond jubilee celebrations. R Pothiraj received the first prize for his innovation on ‘32% Reduction in Energy Consumption in Running Airjet Looms’. Dhivagar got the second prize and Raj Kumar got the third prize for their innovations in ‘Zero Defect of Spandex Miss Plating in Knitted Fabric’ and ‘Computerised Vertical Embroidery Machine’, respectively. The Union Minister Suresh Prabhu also congratulated NITRA for its excellent work in InnoTex 2018 Contest as Knowledge Partner.last_img read more

How Hackers Could Get Around Apple Pay Security

first_img Enroll Now for Free Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now When CEO Tim Cook touted Apple’s new mobile payments service as “easy, secure and private,” he was at least partially addressing public concerns over the company’s security infrastructure in light of recent high-profile hacks.And while Apple Pay has yet to be put to a real-world test, some security experts–despite generally praising Apple’s move as a step in the right direction–have already identified some potential risks inherent in the system.”If correctly implemented it could add security benefits, but there could also be some gaping security flaws,” said Chris Carlis, a security consultant for Trustwave. “We will see how it survives the initial contact with the enemy. .. It’s not going to be a magic bullet that fixes fraud and security.”Apple didn’t go into great detail describing the security aspects of Apple Pay when they introduced it this week. But there were a few things mentioned that shed some light on how the company plans to keep users’ data safe.For starters, Apple doesn’t plan to store any of its users’ financial information on its servers or in their device. Instead, the company is using a technology called “tokenization” to identify a user for payments.Tokenization works like this: When a person adds a credit card to Passbook, instead of storing the user’s actual credit card number, another account number is generated to identify the user. This device-only account number is then stored in a new encrypted chip in the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus called the “secure element.” (The Apple Watch will also have a secure element chip that will be used to store the device account number when used with an iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and iPhone C).This is significant because the secure element is actually in the device and not stored on Apple’s servers, said Rick Dakin, CEO and chief security strategist of Coalfire, an IT data security firm.Read More Apple stock downgraded on iPhone 6, Watch concernsBecause Apple doesn’t store the credit card information, it is never shared with the merchant. So if a retailer’s system is breached, the hackers won’t have access to a user’s financial information.Given the recent hacks on major retailers, this could prove hugely beneficial. But other risks remain, experts said.”Does this help prevent a nuclear bomb? Yes. When you are talking about a Home Depot-size breach, this could help prevent damage in a large scale attack,” said Tom Pageler, chief of information security for DocuSign.”But there are going to be smaller risks. People will find ways to try and take over accounts, whether it’s by stealing a phone or using social engineering to hack an account or by getting a legitimate login.”Mobile payments have usually been done via an app or third party add-on and only a few were targeted, said Mike Park, managing consultant of Trustwave. But with this type of payment functionality built into an entire platform, every device becomes a target, Park said via email.When Apple Pay launches, researchers (and hackers) will immediately start looking for weaknesses, and there is little doubt they will find flaws, said Bob Doyle, a security consultant at Neohapsis, a security and risk management company.”Everyone wants a thinner wallet. But the flipside of this is that it makes the mobile device so much more critical than it was before,” Doyle said. “Even digital wallets will be picked.” One possible security risk could stem from Apple’s decision to place more trust in third party app developers, experts said.Companies like Target, Uber and Groupon will incorporate Apple Pay into their e-commerce apps to facilitate purchases, which is another potential security risks, Pageler said.According to Trustwave’s Global Security Report, 96 percent of the applications scanned in 2013 contained at least one security vulnerability.Apple executives also stressed during the event that the Touch ID feature found in the iPhone 5S and both models of the iPhone 6 could be used to verify payments, adding a layer of security. But since Touch ID launched in the iPhone 5S last year, there have already been experiments where the fingerprint reader was hacked.Also, given that people can access Apple Pay with an Apple Watch, which can be used with older models of the iPhone that do not have Touch ID, the fingerprint security feature is not necessary to use the payment service.”It’s still to early to tell where there are security weaknesses,” Doyle said. “The devil is always in the details. Until we see the protocols we don’t know what the vulnerabilities are.”Apple declined to comment. 4 min read This story originally appeared on CNBC September 11, 2014 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.last_img read more

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first_img Share Tuesday, January 9, 2018 Posted by Star Princess sailing again after multi-million dollar upgrade << Previous PostNext Post >>center_img Tags: Princess Cruises SANTA CLARITA — Star Princess has returned to service following a two-week renovation, outfitting the ship with many of Princess Cruises’ newest enhancements.The ship will now resume its season of 15-day Hawaiian Island cruises roundtrip from L.A. and Vancouver through April, before summer cruising in Alaska.“Star Princess now offers many of the signature product innovations our guests have come to love, including the Princess Luxury Bed, Camp Discovery Youth & Teen Center and revamped Sabatini’s,” says Princess Cruises President, Jan Swartz. “These enhancements continue our US$450 million multi-year ship renovation campaign, ‘Come Back New Promise’, enhancing our onboard guest experience.”Here’s a look at what’s new on Star Princess:Sabatini’s Italian TrattoriaThis signature specialty restaurant now offers updated décor and a new menu developed in collaboration with Chef Angelo Auriana, Executive Chef and partner at the authentic Italian restaurants, The Factory Kitchen and Officine BRERA, in L.A. Inspired by fresh Northern Italian flavors the menu features handmade pasta dishes from Chef Auriana, as well as family recipes from Italian Princess executive chefs.More news:  Sunwing offers ultimate package deal ahead of YXU flights to SNU, PUJPrincess Luxury BedAvailable in every stateroom aboard Star Princess, the Princess Luxury Bed “offers the ultimate night of sleep at sea”, combining the science of sleep with the pinnacle of design.Camp Discovery youth & teen centreFor cruisers ages three to 17, Star Princess now offers a reimagined youth centre – Camp Discovery – created in partnership with Discovery Consumer Products, the licensing arm of Discovery Communications, as part of the cruise line’s Discovery at Sea program. Catering to specific age groups, there are three centre themes where kids and teens can make new friends and participate in activities specially designed to help them discover, play and create.Enhanced boutiquesThe Shops of Princess now offer a branded Effy Fine Jewelry boutique and a modern fragrance and cosmetic shop. There are also new products to choose from such as a new collection of Princess and Under Armour-branded athletic wear and Princess logo apparel featured in a newly designed Logo shop.More news:  ‘Turn around year’ for TPI brings double-digit growthLotus Spa & Fitness CenterIn a space where guests can relax and invigorate, salon and treatments rooms have been upgraded and the latest in fitness equipment is now available.CasinoStar Princess’ onboard casino has also been upgraded with a reconfiguration of machines and tables. More general refurnishing upgrades of carpet and upholstery can now be found throughout Star Princess. Travelweek Group last_img read more

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