APTN National NewsOTTAWA–The Assembly of First Nations is planning to hold a special, self-funded chiefs’ gathering on education in October in the Ottawa region.The AFN said in a statement that the three day gathering would be held between Oct. 2 to 4 in either Ottawa or in Gatineau, Que.The AFN said the gathering will be organized with no government money, but be “completely self-sufficient.”A spokesperson for the AFN said part of the funding would come from registration fees and sponsors.“Our direction forward must address the treaty right to education, First Nation jurisdiction over education, fairness and equity in funding and resources to support language and cultural instruction,” said AFN National Chief Shawn Atleo in the statement. “First Nations are the youngest and fastest growing segment of the population. Their future is Canada’s future.”The education gathering was mandated by AFN-member chiefs during the last annual general assembly in Toronto which saw the re-election of Atleo.The AFN said that 219 First Nations communities need new schools and 70 per cent of those communities have been waiting for a new school for five years and 13 per cent have been waiting for more than 20 years.“First Nation schools and infrastructures require predictable, adequate and stable funding supported by strong First nations systems,” said Atleo. “Delivering a curriculum that respects our rights, our languages and identities and strengthens the fabric of our families and communities.”
Described as a competent, “safety conscious” pilot and an “absolute gentleman”, he dismissed prosecutors’ claims he took risks, saying he was not “cavalier” and took a “very structured, disciplined approach” to display flying.He told jurors he held back from flights he was not comfortable with and said the “primary aim” of displays was to “avoid risk”. But Hill conceded he had only limited experience in the Hunter.He told the court there may have been gaps in his training on what were termed “basic” details of how to fly the plane.Hill also said he had not read some of the guidance notes on how to safely and properly operate the aircraft.Youngest victim’s mother ‘let down’ by verdictThe mother of the youngest Shoreham Airshow crash victim said she feels “let down” by the justice system after the pilot was cleared of manslaughter charges.A jury found Andrew Hill not guilty of the 11 counts over the 2015 crash.An official Government report into the accident, published in 2017, found the crash was caused by pilot error when Mr Hill flew too low and too slowly while carrying out the bent loop manoeuvre, and could have been avoided.Leslye Polito, who lost her son Daniele in the crash, said: “I feel extremely disappointed, very upset and primarily let down by the justice system when someone who has clearly made some very bad errors of judgment is allowed to walk free.”The 23-year-old builder left behind two young children, one of whom he never had chance to meet. Daniele Polito Mrs Polito, 66, of Goring in West Sussex, said: “The whole fact that it was avoidable, that was the hardest bit to consider and process. It’s still the hardest bit.””Bye mum, love you” were the last words Mrs Polito heard her youngest son say, as she had so many times before when he left the house.That day he had been at work with 24-year-old Matt Jones, who also died in the crash. Their boss had let them leave early to enjoy the hot weather and they were driving to the beach in Mr Jones’s car.Daniele was identified five after the crash by his unique tattoos – which included a design dedicated to his son Georgio who was barely three when his father died.Mrs Polito said: “If there’s anything good about it, which there isn’t, it’s that it was all instant. It helps to know that.”One just learns to live each day as it comes and take every day and live as normally as one can.”Every birthday, Christmas, Father’s Day – it doesn’t matter what they are, they are all equally as difficult as the anniversary (of the incident).”Daniele was never able to meet his youngest son, Jaxson, who was born after he died, Mrs Polito said. He began studying engineering and then transferred to computer science, graduating with an honours degree in 1985.Going straight into the RAF afterwards, he won a competition when flying a Jet Provost and was a top performing student.He was selected – or as he put it “creamed off the top” – to become an instructor.Training in combat, he took part in active service for a month in the 1990s, monitoring no-fly zones in northern Iraq. The families of the men killed in the Shoreham Airshow disaster have said they have been “let down by the justice system” after the pilot was cleared of manslaughter. Andrew Hill, 54, was accused of killing 11 people when his Hawker Hunter jet ploughed into the A27 in West Sussex.The pilot had been attempting to perform a loop when disaster struck during his display at the Shoreham Airshow on August 22, 2015.The prosecution had claimed that Mr Hill had a “cavalier attitude” to safety and had previously taken unnecessary risks during airshows.But his defence team claimed he had been affected by the G Forces which had caused a subtle “cognitive impairment” related to hypoxia and the jury returned unanimous not guilty verdicts.Leslye Polito, who lost her son Daniele in the crash, said: “I feel extremely disappointed, very upset and primarily let down by the justice system when someone who has clearly made some very bad errors of judgment is allowed to walk free.”The 23-year-old builder – the disaster’s youngest victim – left behind two young children, one of whom he never had chance to meet.Sue and Phil Grimstone, whose son Matthew died in the crash, said they were “devastated the jury have reached this verdict”. They said their son had “no interest” in airshows, and suggested they should be banned. In the statement released through Sussex Police, they said: “Matthew had no interest in air shows, he could not have cared less. Knowing he died because an aircraft was being flown for fun, for the entertainment of others makes it even harder to bear.”It has to be remembered that this is a leisure industry, it is not a necessity.” He said it was the fact he was biased that was the concern, not that he had been in favour of the defendant.Another woman joined the panel in his place.But part way through the trial the jury had to be reduced to 11 – leaving seven women and four men – after another juror was discharged due to ill health.Shoreham Airshow timeline: the key eventsA timeline of the Shoreham Airshow crash and developments in the investigations:August 22, 2015, 1.22pm: A vintage Hawker Hunter jet flown by pilot Andrew Hill crashes mid-stunt on to the A27 at Shoreham in West Sussex during an airshow, killing 11 men. Hill survives the crash with serious injuries after he was thrown clear from the wreckage. He is taken to hospital and put in an induced coma before being discharged a month later.August 23: The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB), Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Sussex Police all launch probes into the crash.August 24: The CAA temporarily grounds all Hawker Hunters and limits vintage jets to flypasts during airshows.September 2: The identities of all 11 victims are officially confirmed as an inquest is opened and adjourned by West Sussex senior coroner Penelope Schofield. The jury deliberated for just over seven hours.Families of the victims have spoken about feeling “let down” by the verdict, suggesting air show should be banned in light of the disaster. Who is Andrew Hill?Shoreham Airshow crash pilot Andrew Grenville Hill was a Cambridge graduate who was top of the class in the RAF, winning competitions for his flying.A captain with British Airways until the tragedy, he grew up in Kent and went to Tonbridge School, a private boarding school that counts Norman Heatley – who turned penicillin into usable medicine – among its alumni.Telling the court he was “reasonably academic” and an A-grade pupil at school, Hill was allowed to enrol at Cambridge University without taking the entrance exam, attending Christ’s College. He also started to fly a Harrier – capable of vertical take-off and landing – and won an award for his work and ideas on improving aircraft safety procedures.Turning to civil aviation, he became a commercial pilot, starting with Virgin Atlantic before moving to British Airways and progressing to the most senior position of captain.He gained a reputation as an experienced pilot but nearly died at the side of the road after the Hawker Hunter he was flying in 2015 crashed in a fireball on to the A27 in West Sussex.Hill, who now lives in Sandon, Buntingford, in Hertfordshire, suffered serious injuries and was placed into an induced coma before being discharged from hospital a month later.He had fractured his nose, ribs and part of his lower spine and suffered a collapsed lung and serious bruising among other injuries. June 20: The police say the criminal investigation is 95% complete at a pre-inquest hearing.November 1: Families hit out after their application for exceptional case funding legal aid, which will pay for costs incurred when lawyers represent them at the inquest, was rejected. Prime Minister Theresa May asks the Lord Chancellor David Lidington to intervene. November 22: A memorial service takes place to honour the victims.December 15: Hill is interviewed by police officers from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team under caution after voluntarily attending a station near his Hertfordshire home but is not arrested.April 14, 2016: The CAA says it is tightening rules for all show organisers when it publishes its final report in the wake of the crash.July 8: It emerges police are investigating Hill for manslaughter by gross negligence and endangerment of life under air navigation laws.January 24, 2017: The CAA agrees to accept all the safety measures made by the AAIB in the wake of the tragedy, meaning stricter safety rules for pilots and organisers, after it initially rejected almost half of the recommendations.March 3: The AAIB publishes its findings in a 219-page report following one of its longest investigations in recent years. Investigators found the disaster was caused by the pilot flying too slow and too low during a loop manoeuvre. He had left work early and was travelling to the beach with a colleague when flames engulfed their car after the plane crashed on the A27. Andrew Hill This ignored the directions given in court, Mr Justice Edis said, adding: “That is a clear statement of bias.”I made the order that he was not to come back into the building. I don’t want him talking to jurors and spreading that bias.” November 30: The coroner says prosecutors have been provided with a complete case file and are to decide whether criminal charges will be brought.January 24, 2018: A pre-inquest review is postponed until March 26 to allow prosecutors more time to consider the case file.March 21: Prosecutors meet victims’ families at police headquarters in Lewes, East Sussex, to inform them of their charging decision. The CPS announces it is charging Hill with manslaughter by gross negligence and endangerment of an aircraft.May 15: Hill pleads not guilty to 11 charges of manslaughter by gross negligence and one of recklessly or negligently endangering an aircraft under aviation laws.January 16, 2019: Hill stands trial at the Old Bailey accused of manslaughter by gross negligence. Prosecutors drop the final charge of endangering an aircraft.March 8: The jury deliver their verdict. Hill is cleared. Speaking for the first time in public since the incident when he gave evidence at the trial, he denied having a “cavalier” attitude, insisting he was known for his safety record.He has never watched footage that captured the moment of the crash and lowered his head when is was played to jurors.The court heard this was on medical advice from his doctor over fears of how it would affect him.He is now in good health, with medical checks before and after the crash showing no signs of a condition that would have affected him at the time, the court heard.The 54-year-old spent much of the proceedings taking notes while sitting in the dock or leaning down to follow documents of evidence.Wearing a dark suit for the proceedings, his manner appeared jovial as he made a few jokes while standing in the witness box giving his testimony. They added: “Why are we allowing any form of aerobatics to be performed when there is now doubt concerning any pilot’s ability to avoid becoming cognitively impaired from the normal G forces that will be experienced during an aerobatic display?”Matthew had no interest in air shows, he could not have cared less. Knowing he died because an aircraft was being flown for fun, for the entertainment of others makes it even harder to bear. “It has to be remembered that this is a leisure industry, it is not a necessity.”Juror discharged for bias during trialA juror was discharged for saying he would “never” consider convicting anybody over the Shoreham Airshow crash.It happened on the first day of the trial, after the jury had been sworn in and before the prosecution had opened its case, but can only be reported now the case has concluded.The man was one of five on the original panel, alongside seven women.Mr Justice Edis told the court after the jury were selected that the man admitted to staff he knew something about the incident, before he had learnt any details about the case from court.The judge said the man remarked that he was “never going to find anybody guilty” because it was an accident and “they could say what they like but he was never going to change his mind”. Video footage played at the Old Bailey showed the jet exploding into a ball of flames as it came down.Hill, who was thrown from the cockpit wreckage, was seriously injured and told medics he had “blacked out”, the court has heard.The defendant, of Sandon, Buntingford, Hertfordshire has denied 11 charges of manslaughter by gross negligence.Mr Justice Edis sent the jury out to deliberate on its verdicts on Wednesday afternoon, and returned on Friday with their verdict. Speaking outside of court, Mr Hill said he was “truly sorry for the part I played in their deaths”, and said it was a day he would “never forget”.The victims are Maurice Abrahams, 76; Dylan Archer, 42; Tony Brightwell, 53; Matthew Grimstone, 23; Matt Jones, 24; Graham Mallinson, 72; Daniele Polito, 23; Mark Reeves, 53; Jacob Schilt, 23; Richard Smith, 26; and Mark Trussler, 54, who all lived in Sussex. Matthew Grimstone was one of those killed Although they have “two lovely little boys to carry on his name”, she said this was “bittersweet”, adding: “We have that but we don’t have him and he won’t get to see either of them grow up.”We will make sure they know all about their daddy. We talk about Daniele all the time, every day.”Airshows ‘should be banned’, suggest victim’s familyIn a statement issued via Sussex Police, Sue and Phil Grimstone, whose son Matthew died in the crash, said: “Obviously we are devastated the jury have reached this verdict.”There seems to be no justice for our son Matthew and all 11 men who died in such tragic circumstances.”We were always told by the police that to prove guilty due to “gross negligence” the bar was set very high. Despite having compelling evidence from the cockpit footage and expert witnesses, it was not enough.” Andrew Hill outside the Old BaileyCredit:Kirsty O’Connor/PA As the verdict was read out in court some of the families of those who died sobbed, while others looked resigned. Mr Hill stood in the dock as the unanimous verdicts were given.It can now be revealed that during the trial one of the jurors was discharged after saying he would never consider convicting anyone over the Shoreham disaster.Mr Justice Edis acknowledged the families were “enormously upset” as he praised the “very dignified way” they conducted themselves throughout the trial Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
PORTLAND (AP) — Oregon transportation officials shut down a 45-mile section of Interstate 84 on Tuesday as yet another storm pummeled residents who’ve been grappling with record snowfall and an unusually harsh winter in a place more known for its rain.The closure between Troutdale and Hood River came as an ice storm swept into northwest Oregon, including parts of Portland, in the early afternoon hours.An ice storm warning was in effect in the Portland metropolitan region and the Columbia River Gorge until 10 p.m. Pacific. Portland could expect one-tenth to one-quarter of an inch of ice, but areas east of Interstate 205 and into the Columbia River Gorge could get up to an inch, the National Weather Service said.A high-wind warning was also in effect along the Oregon Coast, with gusts of up to 75 mph predicted on headlands and open beaches in some locations.Flights were delayed at Portland International Airport due to icy conditions.Oregon has been pummeled by snow and below-freezing temperatures for days, but a warming trend forecast to start Wednesday could mean flooding later in the week.
A Vancouver man accused of possessing hundreds of images of child pornography made a first appearance Friday in Clark County Superior Court.Jacob L. Bynum, 29, appeared on suspicion of 10 counts each of first-degree possessing and viewing depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.The Vancouver Police Department’s Digital Evidence Cybercrime Unit began investigating in February after receiving a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Dropbox, a file-hosting service, had alerted the organization of a video containing suspected child pornography, according to an affidavit of probable cause.Dropbox provided investigators with several internet protocol addresses associated with the suspect account, which were later traced back to Bynum, the affidavit says.The service also provided a re-constructed account belonging to Bynum. The account held multiple folders containing photos and videos of female children, ranging in age from infant to pre-teen, being sexually abused, court records state. The child pornography was downloaded and saved to the account between September and March.A forensic analysis of the account found about 111 images of child pornography and 147 images that were difficult to determine the victims’ ages, according to court documents.On Thursday, Bynum was contacted during a traffic stop. He admitted to investigators that the Dropbox account was his and said he saved child pornography to the account. His cellphone was also seized and child pornography was found on it, the affidavit states.During his court appearance, Judge Derek Vanderwood set Bynum’s bail at $5,000. He will be arraigned April 6.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas – November 29, 2017 – It was a heart breaking scene in the court room yesterday when a 21 year old man was charged with the murder of his father; he and his mother held each other as they cried in the courtroom, his mother so loud that Chief Magistrate, Joyann Ferguson Pratt had to ask her to settle down.The man, Lee Sweeting is charged with the murder of his 76 year old father, Leon Sweeting – the incident happened last Friday morning.The elder Sweeting was found in his home on Ambergris Street, stabbed to death when neighbours suspected something was wrong when he was not outside doing his usual yard work.Eventually he was found by a older son, who said he saw blood on the walls and called Police. Sweeting is described as a gentle, soft spoken, man. This is a very difficult end to his life for the family.Lee Sweeting was remanded, but is advised that he can seek bail at the Supreme Court. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
SEATTLE — Competition is growing in Washington’s health insurance market.Four more companies want to join the state’s health insurance exchange, and one has applied to sell health insurance in the individual market outside the state-run exchange, the state insurance commissioner announced earlier this week.If the companies’ applications are successful, residents of every Washington county will have at least one more choice for health insurance when enrollment opens again in November. The state also would be able to open its promised statewide insurance marketplace for small businesses if a proposal by Moda Health Plan Inc. is approved.Washington consumers will benefit from the increased competition, state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler said.“I expect that we’ll have even more robust markets inside and outside of the exchange for 2015. Increased competition is part of health care reform, and that’s what we are seeing,” Kreidler said.Eight companies currently sell health insurance through Washington’s health exchange, but residents of some counties had only one choice of insurance company during the first open enrollment period that ended in March.The companies that want to join the exchange are: Columbia United Providers, Health Alliance Northwest Health Plan, Inc., UnitedHealthcare of Washington Inc. and Moda.
Stay on target Fargo‘s third season continues to feel formulaic, missing a lot of the emotion and tension that made the last two seasons so great. Last night’s episode went a long way towards fixing that, but not enough to save the entire season just yet. It’s still a fun crime drama, but this show has the ability to be so much more than that. Maybe we’ve been spoiled by the last two seasons being so excellent, but its hard not to feel like it could better.It’s possible I’m asking the wrong things of this season. After last night, the themes it’s playing with became much clearer, and it gave us more reason to care about these characters. It would be nice if the characters weren’t some strange mix of smart sometimes, and dumb as dirt other times. If we got to see their relationships before everything went to hell, particularly between the Stussy brothers. That’s the downside of having Ewan McGregor play both roles. It leads to fun situations and schemes that wouldn’t work otherwise, but they don’t get a ton of screen time together. Without that, it’s hard to get a sense of what their relationship used to be before all this stamp business. But, this season is about telling stories, and this episode finally made the season’s purpose clear. The story that’s true doesn’t matter. The story people believe does.That’s the point this season is trying to make, and in the era of “alternative facts,” it’s an important one. Maybe that’s why Fargo is letting things like character and emotional investment fall by the wayside a little bit. It’s not about them. It’s about the stories that determine what they do next. It all starts when Ray and Nikki make a sex tape while disguised as Emmit and a secretary. They send it to his home, along with a blackmail notice, but his wife finds it first. By the time Emmit gets home, she’s packed up and leaving him. It doesn’t matter that the tape isn’t real, it’s the reality she’s accepted.Michael Stuhlbarg as Sy Feltz (Photo via FX)The situation blinds Emmit to the fact that Varga is amassing more power in his company. Varga tells a story about how and egg is just becoming a chicken to create another egg. The point is perspective is what matters, rather than what is objectively true. He does this by pissing in Sy’s mug and forcing him to drink it. If this episode makes you feel for anyone, it’s Sy and Nikki, who both get the worst of Varga’s aggression in this episode. Varga has grown into a simultaneously disgusting and terrifying villain. I wish I liked either Stussy brother enough to want to root for them over Varga. At this point, I just hope Gloria Burgle (criminally underused in this episode) goes up against him at some point. Varga is aiming to push Sy out, and Emmit is too blinded by the business with his brother’s sex tape to see it. Emmit even allows Varga to sow distrust of Sy (whom Varga refers to as “the Jew”) in his mind.The theme of multiple stories is driven home by Nikki while she and Ray search for wedding clothes. Their relationship is really the only dynamic that’s working so far this season. The obvious care they have for each other as they earnestly bumble through crimes is sweet, and I’m genuinely invested in their relationship. She wasn’t even mad that Ray spent the evening in a bar after getting fired. That’s what made the episode’s final moments so painful to watch. (We’ll get to that in a second.) While searching for wedding clothes, Nikki takes a call from Sy. He claims they have no leverage because the wife saw the tape. Nikki insists they have more leverage now. She flat out tells Sy that the true story doesn’t matter. It’s the story the wife believes that does. She ups the demand from $100,000 to $200,000 in exchange for telling Emmit’s wife the real story.Michael Stuhlbarg as Sy Feltz, Mary McDonnell as Widow GoldfarbSy asks her to meet him in a parking lot, and for once, I’m genuinely worried about what Sy might do. He asked Emmit to take his handcuffs off when it came to dealing with Ray, but we don’t know what that means. It comes as a relieve when we learn all he does with the cuffs off is offer Nikki and Ray a lower amount of money to get out of town. It soon becomes clear that Sy isn’t the tough guy he pretends to be. The worst we’ve seen him do is wreck Ray’s parked car. He doesn’t have the stomach for much more, as evidenced by what happens next. Varga’s men pull up, suspecting Sy’s meeting with Nikki to be him going behind Varga’s back. They force Sy to watch as they take Nikki behind her van and beat her half to death. Sy may not like Nikki, but that’s way too far for him. He’s horrified to know that he’s partially responsible for what’s happening.Thankfully, Nikki is still alive. She’s able to drag herself into her car and drive home. Ray finds her collapsed in the bathtub with wounds all over her body. This is where the season’s running theme of truth vs. story will really come into play. Nikki and Ray believe her attack is all Emmit’s doing. They don’t know that Varga is the one behind it all, and it’s not going to matter. The story they believe determines what they do next.Carrie Coon as Gloria Burgle, Olivia Sandoval as Winnie Lopez, Ewan McGregor as Ray Stussy (Photo via FX)This season rests heavily on its thematic elements to the detriment of its story. Where the first two seasons had interesting, complex characters and thrilling, surprising stories, this season hasn’t had much of either. The chilly Midwestern crime drama aspect of the show is still fun, and it’s better than most crime TV shows out there, but it’s hard not to wish for more. Instead of characters and plot, we get symbolism and thematic asides. We get characters telling stories to drive home the importance of story over truth. We get cartoons of fake sci-fi novels and the narration from Peter and the Wolf. That stuff’s all cool and fun to unpack, but it’ll only get you so far when the characters are all kind of meh.We still have half a season to go, and there’s every possibility that the show can pick up from here. Especially considering that this was the season’s most emotionally effective episode yet. I want to see more of Gloria Burgle, who just had a short scene questioning Ray before being told by her boss to drop the case. It doesn’t matter to him that a murder victim has the same name as the brother of the murderer’s parole officer. Coincidences exist, after all. Once the show fleshes out her story more, and she gets more involved in the goings-on between the Stussy brothers and Varga, that should provide the tension and emotional investment the season has been missing so far.Shea Whigham as Sheriff Moe Dammik, Carrie Coon as Gloria Burgle (Photo via FX)Despite my problems with the first half of the season, I have every confidence the series can only get better from here. That terrifying image of the wolf from the end of the episode helps. It’s a reminder of what a scary, dangerous force Varga is (remember, he represented the wolf in last week’s episode). Now, he’s hurt both Stussy brothers as well as Sy. Things are only going to get worse for them from here. Carrie Coon Joins Infinity War, A Strange Sequel and More MCU NewsFargo Leaves the End of its Story Up to Us
The case relating to alleged rape by an Uber cab driver on Monday saw another adjournment, sought by the counsel for the accused driver, in a Delhi court on the ground that the advocate was on bed rest after falling from stairs.Shiv Kumar Yadav’s advocate moved a plea before Additional Sessions Judge Kaveri Baweja seeking adjournment of the case for a few days submitting that he has fallen from stairs at his house yesterday and was having back pain and the doctor has advised him bed rest. Also Read – Company director arrested for swindling Rs 345 croreThe court, after taking on record the plea of advocate D K Mishra, moved through his fellow lawyer, adjourned the case and fixed the matter for March 4 for hearing the defence’s final arguments.The lawyer, however, sought the court to fix the matter for March 7 but the judge refused to adjourn the case for six days as the medical record of the counsel showed he was required to take three days bed rest.The court had earlier also adjourned the case as sought by the defence counsel on the ground that he was busy in the Delhi High Court with an application in the same matter. The court is hearing final arguments of Yadav’s counsel who had earlier claimed that the Delhi Police were “hand-in-glove” with the prosecution to ensure the driver’s conviction and that there were several loopholes in the probe.According to the prosecution, the incident took place on the night of December 5 last year when the victim, a finance executive working in Gurgaon, was heading back home.
Kolkata: A private agency in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) has come up with a unique device which detects the presence of arsenic in water and purifies it.The private agency, ‘Ado Additives’ will tie up with the state government for working together in removing arsenic from water at various water treatment plants and also in the areas where contamination is high.According to a survey, Bengal has the highest number of arsenic-affected people in the country. The report says there are 83 blocks in eight districts – Bardhaman, Malda, Hooghly, Howrah, Murshidabad, Nadia, North and South 24-Parganas, where ground water is affected by arsenic contamination. There has been an increasing concern of arsenic induced diseases due to exposure to high concentration in deeper levels of groundwater. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsAccording to a report, Bengal topped the list with more than 1.04 crore people being affected by arsenic contamination as in March 2017. Bihar comes second with 16.88 lakh people and Assam comes in the third spot with 14.48 lakh victims. The total number of arsenic-affected people in the country is about 1.48 crore.WHO guideline says that for drinking water, the permissible limit of Arsenic in ground water is .01 mg per liter. In India, the permissible limit in drinking water has recently been revised from .05 mg per liter to .01 mg per liter. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedThe use of deep tube-wells for water supply in the Ganges delta causes serious problem to a large number of people.The agency has officially unveiled the equipment in a city hotel on Wednesday. It would approach the Public Health Engineering department so that the products could be used for the detection of arsenic and produce arsenic free water.State government has initiated a project in order to provide safe drinking water to more than six lakh people in the arsenic-affected Rajarhat and Haroa block in North 24-Paraganas district and Bhangar II blocks in South 24-Paraganas district. The water treatment plant in New Town will be used to provide safe drinking water to these areas through pipelines.State PHE minister Subrata Mukherjee had earlier claimed that the State has been able to provide safe drinking water to 52% of the arsenic-affected areas in Bengal. A senior official at the PHE department said there is a considerable amount of progress in setting up water treatment plants in the state. The technology for removal of arsenic is rather new and expensive, the progress has been slow, the official maintained.Sanjib Parial, MD and CEO of ‘Ado Additives’ said: “We are planning to distribute and market the products in selected areas in collaboration with the respective department of the state government.”
Via Rail warns of delays through Montreal Friday, August 24, 2018 The Canadian Press << Previous PostNext Post >> Share MONTREAL — Via Rail says passengers travelling through Montreal could experience delays starting Aug. 24 because of infrastructure work in the city.The passenger rail company says reconstruction of the Turcot Interchange requires that a portion of the track and signals be relocated and there could be delays of up to 45 minutes.Disruptions will affect travellers on trips between Montreal and Toronto, Quebec City, Ottawa and Senneterre/Jonquiere through Aug. 29.Previously booked customers will be notified of the delays and can obtain a refund or change their dates of travel if desired. Tags: VIA Rail Posted by
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.C A new kind of normal The future of online travel agents (OTAs) is a difficult one to predict, but gateways and personal communication are sure to play a decisive role moving forward. As one of the seminars in the ‘TRAVELtech: New Kind of Normal” media conference held in Sydney on Tuesday 31 August, a panel of three travel and hospitality experts discussed the future of online travel agents. Importantly, OTAs need to position themselves in the value chain, said CEO of TravelTainment – Amadeus Leisure, Andy Owen-Jones. The three aspects of this positioning are: (1) understanding their customer proposition; (2) knowing their intrinsic capabilities and (3) monitoring their environment. The fourth criterion, not yet tapped by OTAs, was the ‘Inspirational’ sphere which inspired a site’s visitors to want to travel. Instead, OTAs currently play a reactive role, having prospective clients referred to them by gateways such as Google, Apple or Amazon, he said. Mr Owen-Jones hypothesised that the dominance of these gateways would lead to a growth in travel packaging, a larger role for recommendations, and increased segmentation. “But the core competency that every OTA will need to realise over the next five years is data management,” he said. OTAs currently don’t target gateways because travel is not a regular purchase, said Managing Director of Expedia Asia Pacific, Dan Lynn. This is in contrast to the constant use of gateways, where shopping purchases, for example, are year-round events. When users decide to do seasonal travel, they naturally tend to use their gateway. The panel progressed to discuss how OTAs were overcoming their inherently impersonal nature. “We’re seeing the use of chat and phone to help users through the purchasing process,” President of HotelClub.com, Jeremy Bellinghausen said.Whilst some OTAs still shun ‘offline service’, many are realising its value in retaining customers. “It’s a convergence with traditional lines,” Mr Bellinghausen said. “You want to see the dependence on offline?” asked Mr Owen-Jones. “Look at the recent volcanic ash crisis: everyone turned to their call centre. If the large [OTA] players were okay, the small players certainly struggled.” The importance of call centres was certainly important to OTAs such as Expedia in providing “the whole experience”, agreed Mr Lynn, “especially in a market where loyalty is defined by whoever’s cheapest.” The discussion panel also noted that the future of OTAs is difficult to predict, citing the success of small car manufacturer Fiat in a context of financial crisis. The modern challenge for technology providers to package sites, such as TravelTainment, is to spot the unusual companies and predict their success in a particular zeitgeist, said Mr Owen-Jones. The same concept applied to websites, he said, citing one of TravelTainment’s most successful clients, German site ab-in-den-urlaub. “Ab-in-den-urlaub was formed by a bunch of weird-looking uni kids but did extremely well because they understood the back-end of Google. “They knew how to maximise searches based on Google’s criteria, eventually allowing them to outspend Expedia by four to one.” In response to the identical layouts of OTA websites, Mr Lynn said that the lack of differentiation came down to “a lot of A-B and multivariate testing”, which lead OTAs to the “most effective layout”. “If a customer goes to a site and doesn’t see a search bar in the usual top left-hand corner of the screen, then they’re not going to know what to do and the site will lose them,” he said.So, can we expect to see the same brands in five years’ time? “Yeah,” said Mr Owen-Jones emphatically, “because someone will crack the ‘Inspirational’ sphere. TripAdvisor came close – they succeeded on content, but they failed on presentation.”The ‘TRAVELtech: New Kind of Normal’ seminar day was held at Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf in Sydney and covered topics relevant to travel in 2010; from changing consumer patterns to advancing technology to strategies for the future.
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