BC officer who killed man sues watchdog alleges investigation too long

first_imgVANCOUVER – An RCMP officer who killed a man during a confrontation in British Columbia has launched a lawsuit against the provincial police watchdog alleging the investigation that cleared him of any wrongdoing after the shooting took too long.Corp. Brian Burke says in a statement of claim that the Independent Investigations Office took on the case a day after he shot Peter De Groot in a cabin near Slocan in October 2014.The statement, filed in B.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 31, says it took 3 1/2 years for the office to issue the decision that Burke acted lawfully and was justified in using deadly force.When the investigations office issued its report in March, it acknowledged that the probe took an “unfortunate” length of time.The lawsuit asserts that the delay was because the office failed to use properly trained experts and didn’t gather all the relevant evidence.None of the allegations in the statement of claim have been proven in court and a statement of defence hasn’t been filed.The office’s chief civilian director, Ron MacDonald, wouldn’t comment on the lawsuit Thursday, saying he wanted to respect the court process.“The IIO’s response to the allegations will be made within the context of our pleadings, but I don’t think ethically it would be appropriate for me to talk about them outside the court,” he said.RCMP deputy commissioner Brenda Butterworth-Carr said after the report was release that the delay compounded the trauma and was unacceptable for De Groot’s family, the officers involved and the community.Burke’s statement of claim says he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder in 2010, but at the time of the shooting he was healthy.His PTSD symptoms returned after the shooting, the lawsuit says.“As a result of the chronic stress caused by the lengthy investigation, Burke went off work due to a disability in April 2017,” the lawsuit says. “Burke remains off work and is unable to work due to disability.”MacDonald said the reasons for the delay were set out in the report released in March.“The fact that the original pathology report suggested that the affected person was shot in the back, which then led the IIO to other investigations,” he said, adding that more information was eventually received that made it clear no officer had committed an offence.The report says the initial evidence that De Groot had been shot in the back was later countered by analysis from pathologists.Burke’s lawsuit asks for damages and calls on the court to determine that the investigations office was negligent.“The losses Burke suffered are reasonably foreseeable consequences of the IIO’s negligent investigation, or in the alternative, negligence,” the statement alleges.last_img read more

Gehlot says govt revised proposal unilaterally without justification

first_imgNEW DELHI: Delhi Transport Department on Tuesday accused the Centre of revising the component-wise cost for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Phase-IV project without assigning any “reason or justification”.In a statement, Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot’s Office said: “The component-wise cost has been revised by the Government of India unilaterally without assigning any reasons or justification. The equity component of the Delhi Government has been increased from 8.08 per cent to 16.36 per cent.” Accusing the Centre of increasing the project cost from 20.77 per cent to 31.44 per cent, the statement said that these kinds of unilateral changes by the government without taking the Delhi Government into confidence are not ‘comprehensible’. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderIt also raised concerns over the approval of only three Corridors out of the six approved by the Delhi Cabinet. “The Delhi Government had approved all the six Corridors proposed by the Delhi Metro in Phase-IV vide Cabinet Decision dated on the 19 December. However, the Government of India thereafter on March 9 approved only three Corridors out of the six approved by the Delhi Cabinet,” the statement read. “Inspite of serious reservations on some critical issues, the Delhi government has released Rs 200 Crore to the DMRC on 26 March, 2019 for meeting the cost of DMRTS Phase-IV Project for the year 2018-19,” stated by Gehlot. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsAfter the revision, the entire amount towards land acquisition was apportioned to the Delhi Government whereas in the earlier three phases it was apportioned between Government of India and the Delhi government equally. Expressing dismay over the Centre not communicating the revisions to the Delhi Government, it claimed that Centre unilaterally made changes to the proposal. “The unilateral changes are not only against the federal system of Government but also substantially increased the financial burden on the Delhi government,” it read. On March 8, the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi had approved three of the six corridors proposed under Phase-IV of the Delhi Metro. The three corridors comprise of Aerocity to Tughlakabad (15 stations), RK Ashram to Janakpuri West (25 stations) and Maujpur to Mukundpur (six stations). The three corridors consist of both underground (22.359 km) and elevated (39.320 km) sections.The project comprises three priority corridors with a total length of 61.679 kms. Out of the total length, 22.359 kms will be built underground and 39.320 km will be constructed as an elevated section. “These corridors will consist of 46 stations, of which 17 stations will be underground and the rest 29 stations will be constructed as elevated sections,” the Centre had said in a statement.The total completion cost of three metro corridors will be Rs 24,948.65 crore.last_img read more

ArabAmerican Summit Morocco Reiterates Support to Saudi Arabia

Rabat – The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, stressed the importance of strong relations between the countries of the Arab-Islamic world and the United States of America to face the challenges which weigh heavily on the region, Sunday in Riyadh.In a statement carried by Maghreb Arab Press (MAP), coinciding with the Arab-Islamic-American Summit, Mr Bourita highlighted the importance of the inauguration of a new era in relations between the Arab-Islamic world and the United States, given the challenges facing the region, including the terrorist threat and the interventionism of certain states in the internal affairs of Muslim countries.Efforts to consolidate relations between the Arab-Islamic world and the United States show that “we are all in the same trenches facing the threats that target Muslim countries and affect the image of Islam as a religion Tolerance and the right environment, “said Bourita, who led the Moroccan delegation’s participation in the Riyadh Summit. His Majesty, King Mohammed VI, supported the initiative of the Servant of the Holy Places for the strengthening of Arab-Islamic solidarity. He stressed the importance and timeliness of this initiative amid a climate of destabilization and the crises in certain Arab countries.Mr. Bourita reiterated the support of Morocco for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and all Arab-Muslim countries in their initiatives aimed at strengthening solidarity between the countries of the Arab-Islamic world and the preservation of the interests of their peoples.The Arab-Islamic-American Summit kicked off Sunday in Riyadh, with the participation of US President Donald Trump and an audience of Arab and Islamic leaders.The aim of this conclave is to examine ways to build secure partnerships for an efficient fight against terrorism and extremism around the world. read more

Students transform junk into award winner

Norfolk students returned from the Motorama car show with three awards to showcase their hard work.The Motorama Show was held at Toronto’s International Centre in early March. The show featured almost 400 custom cars, hot rods, street tuners, and race cars.Simcoe Composite School and Delhi District Secondary School worked together over three years and many classes to restore a truck they were able to enter into the show alongside some of Canada’s best.“We’ve taken our students to Motorama for multiple years, just because it’s a great show,” said Terry Oosting, a Simcoe teacher. This was the first year the students have been able to see a vehicle they have worked on at the show.The truck had the mechanical work done in Simcoe, the organizing and woodwork done in Delhi, and the body work done by Flat-Out Automotive in Jarvis.The titles awarded to the truck at Motorama were Best in Class – Restored/Original 45-57, Best First Time Shown Antique and BASF Best Paint Antique/Restore.“Working on cars that come into the garage that will never go on the road again isn’t exciting for the kids. Our goal is to have them see something transform from a piece of junk to a show car,” said Harvey Van Der Meer, the Delhi teacher involved in this project.The goal is to keep the students doing as much hands-on work as possible, and to keep them excited about the end result.The application process to get the truck into the event included sending photos to the Motorama planners, meeting their standards, and being approved.“We told them about what we were doing here in the schools, and they were excited about it so they asked us to come to the show,” Van Der Meer explained.The awards totaled together for a $150 prize, which was put towards paying for the investment of the truck.astaylor@postmedia.com read more

Assembly President hails vote on Human Rights Council as marker of UN

Speaking to reporters after the Assembly voted by 170 to 4 for the Council, a visibly relieved Mr. Eliasson said that “above all human rights goes to the heart of the United Nations,” and thanked Member States for “lifting themselves from the national perspective to the international.”Calling human rights “the soul of the United Nations,” he said it was a key pillar along with peace and development. “Today we strengthened that third pillar,” he said.“I would hope that the fact that we could come to this decision, even if it was not a decision without a vote, is a sign that this General Assembly can take decisions and can accept responsibility,” he added.The resolution was adopted by a vote of 170 in favour with 4 against – the United States, Israel, the Marshall Islands and Palau – with Venezuela, Iran and Belarus abstaining.Addressing the Assembly after voting against the resolution, United States Ambassador John Bolton said the Secretary-General had established “ambitious but appropriate goals” to reform the Commission on Human Rights, but he said that the current text was not sufficiently improved.However Ambassador Bolton pledged that his country “will work cooperatively with other Member States to make the Council as strong and effective as it can be,” adding: “We remain committed to support the UN’s historic mission to promote and protect the basic human rights of all the world’s citizens.”Acknowledging the US reservations, Mr. Eliasson nevertheless said that he saw “much goodwill” from the US voiced strong hope that Washington would be on board.“I was assured that the United States will work with the Council, seek to support it when it can, and to strengthen it and certainly not do anything to harm it. This was also stated publicly,” he said.In opening remarks to the Assembly before the vote, Mr. Eliasson, who led the often contentious negotiations on the Council, highlighted several elements that would make it a “significant improvement” over the much-maligned Commission.In particular, he noted the Council’s higher status as a subsidiary body of the General Assembly, its increased number of meetings throughout the year, equitable geographical representation and also the voting rights associated with membership.The new Council will have 47 members. The first elections are planned for 9 May and the first session will take place on 19 June, according to the resolution. read more

UN Sahel Envoy consults with Mauritanian leaders on Mali terrorism environment

The Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for the Sahel, Romano Prodi, and the Special Representative for West Africa, Said Djinnit, met with Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz in the country’s capital, Nouakchott, UN spokesperson Eduardo Del Buey told reporters in New York.This followed yesterday’s meeting with the country’s Foreign Minister as part of an effort to develop a UN Integrated Regional Strategy for the Sahel. In addition to the insurgency and political instability in Mali, the Sahel region – which stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea – suffers from extreme poverty, with human development levels among the lowest in the world, porous borders that present security challenges, as well as significant human rights problems. In September, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appointed Mr. Prodi, who was formerly Prime Minister of Italy, as his Special Envoy for the region and tasked him with shaping and mobilizing an effective UN and international response to the multiple crises. Following his meetings in Mauritania, Mr. Prodi and Mr. Djinnit went on to Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, to meet with that country’s President and to consult with representatives of civil society. Yesterday, the two envoys met in Dakar with the President of Senegal who is currently the head of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD). read more

Afghanistan UN condemns blasts that leave 8 dead at cricket stadium

UN Photo/Fardin WaeziUnited Nations Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and head of UNAMA, Tadamichi Yamamoto, addresses reporters at a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan. (file)“At a time when Afghans are looking toward much-needed peace, we must not allow such attacks to deter our collective resolve to make progress on ending the conflict,” said Mr. Yamamoto, who is also head of UNAMA. “The United Nations stands with Afghans in solidarity and remains committed to an Afghan-led peace process that will end the war and enable Afghanistan to allocate more resources to protect all citizens from such atrocities.”Mr. Guterres and Mr. Yamamoto expressed their condolences to the loved ones of those killed in the attack and wished a full and speedy recovery to those injured. UN Secretary-General António Guterres “condemns yesterday’s attack,” his Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq said in a statement issued on Saturday, which also stated “attacks targeting civilians are grave violations of human rights and international humanitarian law and can never be justified.”“The United Nations maintains that all parties to the conflict must at all times uphold their obligations to protect civilians from harm,” Mr. Haq added.The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) said that four explosives were detonated, targeting those gathered, after evening prayers, to watch a local match at the venue in Jalalabad.“I am outraged by this attack that used four bombs carefully calculated to kill and maim civilians watching a cricket match,” said Tadamichi Yamamoto, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan. “This cold and brutal act can have no justification whatsoever; those responsible must be held accountable.”UNAMA said two of the explosives were detonated inside the stadium, and the other two outside, apparently timed to target those fleeing the first blasts. The explosions left scores dead, with many of the injured now in critical condition. According to media reports, no one has claimed responsibility for the attacks, and the Taliban militant group has denied any involvement. Afghanistan has been in protracted conflict for nearly four decades. Armed conflict in Afghanistan killed 763 civilians and injured 1,495 in the first three months of this year. The 2,258 civilian casualties, documented by UNAMA, included 511 deaths and 989 injuries caused by anti-Government groups, including the Taliban and the Islamic State (IS), also known as Da’esh. read more

Dominant much of the year the Bears defence displays flaws

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — There are signs the Chicago Bears’ defence is leaking, and it couldn’t come at a worse time.Whether it was stopping the run in the second half or giving up big plays in the passing game, the defence wasn’t as dominant as in other games during Sunday’s 30-27 loss in overtime to the New York Giants.Coach Matt Nagy thinks of it as an anomaly, but it’s an issue the Bears must fix fast with the powerful Los Angeles Rams coming to Chicago on Sunday night.“No, it’s not a concern,” Nagy said Monday at Halas Hall. “We have a lot of confidence. Our guys have tons of belief in our system; I’m talking defensively, too. They have tons of belief in our system.”The system and players put the Bears (8-4) in the top five among defences much of the season, but in Sunday’s second half the Giants averaged 4.5 yards a run. Saquon Barkley finished with 125 yards, the most the Bears have given up to a running back this season.“I thought for the most part overall we did a good job shutting down the run, except for a couple big plays,” Nagy said. “And those ‘except for a couple big plays’ can get you.”The most important play might have been Barkley’s 22-yard run to set up a field goal before halftime, swinging momentum.“Well, he is a good runner and you know he made some nice moves, he ran all over the field,” Nagy said. “I felt like our guys know. Our guys are going to go back and watch the tape and say, ‘Man we could have been better there. We could have made some tackles and at least cut it to a 7- or 8-yard gain, right, not a 22-yard gain.’”The Bears’ defence also struggled in the second half to stop Detroit’s rushing attack in the previous game, allowing 15 carries and 85 yards in a 23-16 victory.“Just a little leakage,” Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan said following Sunday’s loss. “Nothing we can’t fix. Just a little leakage.“We’ve just got to make the plays when they come our way. We knew what type of offence we were facing, we’ve just got to make our plays. Our defence is way better than the way we were. We know it.”The Bears have more to worry about than their run defence going up against the Rams. Their chief concern the past few weeks has been the injured throwing shoulder of starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.Nagy said after Sunday’s loss that Trubisky remains day to day, and has improved since he started throwing Friday in practice. He wouldn’t commit Trubisky’s return this week after two missed games.“I can’t say that for sure,” Nagy said. “I hope he, is but I feel like the last several days, as I told you (Sunday) was, he’s getting better and he’s feeling better.“And so I think it’s only fair for today, tomorrow and the next couple of days to go by that we just keep seeing him throw and see how he feels, and then he tells us.”Nagy was encouraged by one improvement on offence: a better rushing attack. After going over 100 yards only once in the previous four games, the Bears ran for 118 yards against the Giants, including 76 by Jordan Howard.However, Howard had only three second-half carries.“Well, the second half, they had a little plan for him,” Nagy said. And so, I would’ve loved to be able to call more runs, but they did a pretty good job getting into our backfield and stopping the run.“And then before you know it, we got behind and in overtime we started off with a run and had a nice little run there for six or seven yards. But it’s hard when it’s second-and-14 after a run call on first-and-10.”___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/tag/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLGene Chamberlain, The Associated Press read more

Dont Give Up On Ben Roethlisberger Just Yet

Jim Kelly1995BUF85.87.567.86.387.07.1 Struggling 35-year-olds mostly rebounded nicelyQuarterbacks who posted subpar numbers in their first five games during their age-35 season and how they fared in rest of that year, 1978-2017 Jim Hart1979STL70.66.949.05.759.06.0 The Steelers may be 3-2, but the mood in Pittsburgh is dour. Ben Roethlisberger is coming off a five-interception fiasco against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the latest and worst in a run of lukewarm performances this season. Plenty in Steeler nation are beginning to question whether the 35-year-old Roethlisberger has hit the wall. One of those people is the actual Ben Roethlisberger.The numbers are definitely not pretty, especially when compared to his career averages. That interception festival he hosted in Week 5 torched his passer rating, which has sunk to 75.8 and is way below his 94.1 career rating entering the season. More alarming than the spate of picks is that Roethlisberger’s yards per attempt, which for his career prior to this year stood at a near all-time-best 7.9, is a career-low 6.5 so far this season.But a closer look at the numbers shows there’s good reason to believe that this bad stretch is just that: a bad stretch. Here are the key reasons Steelers fans should still have hope — regardless of what Roethlisberger himself is saying or thinking.History is on his sideWe identified several quarterbacks who struggled in the first five games of their age-35 seasons when compared to what they did through age 34.1We looked at quarterbacks going back to 1978 to make sure all of them had played in the merged NFL for a decent amount of time. To qualify for the list, each quarterback needed to have a minimum of 125 pass attempts through five games. In almost every case, these QBs bounced back to something much closer to their established levels. To be sure, there’s some selection bias at play here — most of these quarterbacks are generally excellent, because erratic and unreliable passers do not usually last in the NFL until they are 35. Ben Roethlisberger2017PIT94.17.975.86.5 Drew Brees2014NOR95.37.591.87.299.67.7 CAREERGAMES 1-5GAMES 6-16 *Through age-34 season.Minimum 125 passes in first five games, with a QB rating worse than career numbers prior to that season.Source: Pro-Football-Reference.com Trent Green2005KAN87.97.780.56.994.38.3 PLAYERYEARTMRATING*YPA*RATINGYPARATINGYPA Dan Fouts1986SD81.87.855.46.384.07.7 Matt Hasselbeck2010SEA83.36.974.86.472.37.0 Brett Favre2004GNB86.97.186.07.195.47.8 Ken Anderson1984CIN82.07.368.07.796.17.6 Among the passers on this list, the average QB rating improved from 71.2 in the first five games to 86.0 for the remainder of the season. Their yards per attempt also rebounded, from a pedestrian 6.7 to a solid 7.4, on average. If Roethlisberger improves at the same rate, his passer rating for the rest of the year would be 88.4 and his yards per attempt would bounce up to 7.2. But Hall of Famers Dan Fouts and Jim Kelly beat those averages, so it’s certainly possible that Roethlisberger could outperform them as well.Roethlisberger is still doing Roethlisberger thingsWhile the box scores have been ugly, many of Roethlisberger’s underlying numbers have been typical for his career. His accuracy hasn’t declined significantly: Only 17.5 percent of his throws have been off target, which is only a shade worse than the 16.9 percent rate he posted in the regular season from 2014 to 2016. And on deep passes,2More than 10 yards. Roethlisberger has actually been a hair more accurate, 28.2 percent of his throws have been off target this year compared to 28.3 percent in the past three years.You would think that as Roethlisberger ages, he would start to lose his trademark ability to move outside the pocket on broken plays and find something down the field. But in a limited sample so far this year, he has still been effective when chased from the pocket — he has posted a 101.2 passer rating on just nine dropbacks in these situations this year compared with 124.2 on 93 dropbacks in the prior three seasons.One logical explanation for Roethlisberger’s poor start would be that something was amiss with his offensive line. Perhaps he’s under more pressure than usual? But in fact, the Steelers QB is tied with Oakland’s Derek Carr for the least pressured quarterback in the league this year — both have been under threat on just 15.1 percent of dropbacks. And that’s the way it has been for a while in Pittsburgh; Roethlisberger had the second-lowest pressure rate in the league (behind Peyton Manning) from 2014-16.So if Roethlisberger hasn’t suddenly become inaccurate and he’s not suddenly facing more pressure, the Steelers’ offensive problems may extend beyond the QB and O-line.Bell and Brown are not helping mattersThe real explanation for Roethlisberger’s poor start may be the decline in efficiency of his two top targets, wideout Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell.On Roethlisberger’s 62 targets to Brown this year, his passer rating has dropped to just 71, down from 112.2 on 480 targets in the past three years. And while it’s hard to tell from a passer rating whether the quarterback or receiver is more to blame, other stats provide some evidence that the 29-year-old Brown is not quite himself this year. According to the NFL, defenses are playing Brown much more tightly at the snap — his average cushion has declined from 5.2 to 4.5 yards, one of the lowest among all receivers. But he’s not making defensive backs pay by running by them, as his average separation is unchanged (2.9 yards).Bell’s receiving ability, meanwhile, is downright ordinary this year. The prior three years, Roethlisberger had 105 passer rating when throwing to Bell. This year, it’s 85.4. Bell is averaging 3.85 yards before contact and just 1.48 after. The prior three years, those figures were 6.64 and 2.20. It’s hard to blame Roethlisberger for Bell being unable to get open and make defenders miss.Bell’s ineffective performance so far has also meant that Roethlisberger can’t use him as a safety valve, which has crushed the QB’s stats against the blitz. In the past three seasons, Roethlisberger had a 96 rating on 381 dropbacks against blitzing defenses — mostly because the underneath pass to Bell was so effective. This year, his rating on those plays is down to 54.6, the lowest in the league.Sunday, Roethlisberger travels to Kansas City to face the unbeaten Chiefs, who have been winning more with offense than defense, which may mean his receivers will be able to find a little more space. And Roethlisberger’s attitude about his ability to perform has undergone a 180-degree turn. “They can question me. I don’t question myself,” he said, three days after his “Maybe I don’t have it anymore” interview. “I think you guys are much more panicked than we are.”And unless Roethlisberger is a huge outlier and suddenly craters at age 35, or Bell and Brown have completely lost their ability to be dominant receiving threats, it seems there actually is little reason for Steelers fans to panic. read more

Imitation guns found in jails as gangs escalate drug violence

Specialist police firearms teams were drafted in to search the jail after it was put into lockdown. Officers discovered an improvised weapon and explosives thought to have been used in the incident. The Daily Telegraph understands that an imitation firearm was found on a prisoner in Winchester jail only hours after drugs were seized on the same wing. It is thought to be the first evidence of weapons… Prisoners are turning to imitation guns and improvised explosives to enforce drug dealing in a dramatic escalation of drugs-related violence in jails. It follows a similar incident at Gartree jail in Leicestershire last week, where a prisoner fired what appeared to be a gun, which was caught on CCTV. read more

Waymo and Renault Nissan team up to explore autonomous services in France

first_img 18 Photos Waymo’s autonomous Pacifica cruising through Castle Autonomous Vehicles Car Industry Future Cars Nissan 2019 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition first drive: Its roots are showing Now playing: Watch this: 2020 Kia Soul review: Well-rounded box Tags More From Roadshow Enlarge ImageDoes this mean we could see Waymo’s hardware being attached to Renaults and Nissans in the future? Perhaps. Waymo Breaking into new markets can be hard, so it helps partner with a group that has experience in these new markets — it’s important to play to the crowd, after all. Waymo is looking for new places to put its tech, and it’s leaning on help from the Renault Nissan Alliance to help it get there.Waymo announced on Thursday that it has entered into a partnership with the Renault Nissan Alliance. The goal of the partnership is to look at driverless mobility options for passengers and cargo in both France and Japan, the Alliance’s home markets. The first step in this partnership will be figuring out the regulatory and commercial hurdles required to launch such services in those locations.”This is an ideal opportunity for Waymo to bring our autonomous technology to a global stage, with an innovative partner,” said John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo, in a statement. “With the Alliance’s international reach and scale, our Waymo Driver can deliver transformational mobility solutions to safely serve riders and commercial deliveries in France, Japan, and other countries.”While the partnership might focus on Japan and France first, the Alliance’s press release says that the pair’s efforts might make its way to other markets, as well — interestingly, the release said that China won’t be part of that expansion. The Alliance will also establish new companies in France and Japan for the sole purpose of exploring driverless services.Partnerships are a great way to spread costs around, which is important in the autonomy space given the high costs of entry and development. Waymo has generally stayed its own course, going so far as to launch its own dedicated driverless service, Waymo One, in parts of the Phoenix metro area. The Alliance almost had a new partner in Fiat Chrysler, but the deal fell apart for a variety of reasons. Waymo, however, still has its partnership with FCA in place. A ride on public streets in Waymo One Post a comment 2016 Chevy Colorado diesel: A 7,700-pound hauler, 30-plus mpg runabout Waymo Renault Share your voice 6:08 0last_img read more

ITC Q1FY17 Cigarette volume sales up 3 in June quarter best in

first_imgITC Limited, which has interests in cigarettes, hotels, agriculture and paperboards, reported 3 percent volume growth in cigarette sales for the June 2016 quarter, the highest since Q4, 2013.The company derived about 63 percent of its total operating revenues from selling cigarettes in the first quarter of the current financial year.The company’s revenues from cigarettes stood at Rs. 8,230 crore out of total operating revenues of Rs. 13,156 crore. Its total revenues (including other income) stood at Rs. 13,253.06 crore. Revenues from cigarette sales constituted 6.4 percent growth over Rs. 7,733 crore on a year-on-year basis.The volume growth was the best in three years, according to analysts Vishal Punmiya and Krishnan Sambamoorthy at brokerage Motilal Oswal Securities Limited (MOSL). “We reckon cigarette volumes were up 3% YoY (best numbers since 4QFY13 and better than our expectation of 1% increase) aided by higher growth in the sub 65mm segment (now well over 20% share in overall volumes in our view), benign base (1QFY16 had reported 17% volume decline) and lower price increases off late,” they wrote.Cigarette sales in India have been subject to periodic rise in excise duty and of late, controversies over the size of pictorial warnings.”Cigarette volumes had been impacted over the past 3 years due to consecutive excise duty/VAT increases and regulatory headwinds but the worst impact in terms of volume now seems to be over,” Vishal Punmiya and Krishnan Sambamoorthy added.ITC reported a net profit of Rs. 2,384.67 crore for the June 2016 quarter, an increase of 10 percent over Rs. 2,166.09 crore in the corresponding quarter last year. Total revenues of Rs. 13,253 crore represented a growth of 8.3 percent over Rs. 12,232 crore on a YoY basis. Other segments of ITC include agriculture, paper products, hotels and retail. “Operating conditions in the hotels and paperboards, paper and packaging segment also remained subdued,” the company said in a statement.At around 11.52 a.m. on Friday, ITC shares were trading at Rs. 249.90 apiece, down 0.30 percent from their previous close, on the Bombay Stock Exchange.last_img read more

VIDEO The Ball brothers combined for 60 points against a Lithuanian JV

first_imgThe Ball brothers are off and running with their professional careers in Lithuania, and after being held scoreless in their debut against a real team, they combined for 60 points – LiAngelo had 31,  LaMelo, 29 – against some inferior competition in The Big Baller Brand Challenge Games.The Big Ballers got plenty of breakaway dunks in this one, but to be fair, the other team looked like a JV team from the suburbs.Here are the highlights. Don’t scroll through trying to find any defense.  It’s not happening. Be honest with yourself. This isn’t close to DI competition.last_img read more

Heavyduty Pumps Market Extensive Analysis of Key Driving and Restraining Factors

first_img“Surge in prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV) infections and increase in administration of prophylactic cancer vaccines drive the global cancer vaccines market. In addition, rise in investments and government funding in the development of cancer vaccines supplement the growth. The preventive (prophylactic) vaccine segment accounted for more than half of the total revenue in 2017 and will maintain its dominance by 2023.”According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the Global Cancer Vaccines Market contributed $4.81 billion in 2017 and is estimated to garner $12.81 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 17.7% from 2017 to 2023. The report offers a detailed analysis of the key segments, top investment pockets, changing dynamics, market size & estimations, and competitive scenario.Increasing administration of prophylactic cancer vaccines coupled with launch and approval of new cancer vaccines drive the global cancer vaccines market. However, high cost for development of cancer vaccines due to frequent need for upgradation in manufacturing technology and longer timelines required for manufacturing a vaccine restrict the market growth. On the contrary, increasing transition from prophylactic to therapeutic cancer vaccines and high growth prospects in the emerging markets would present opportunities in the cancer vaccines market.Download Sample Copy of this Report @ https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/request-sample/1453Preventive (prophylactic) vaccine segment to maintain its dominance by 2023The preventive (prophylactic) vaccine segment accounted for more than half of the total revenue in 2017 and will maintain its dominance by 2023. However, the therapeutic vaccine segment is expected to register the highest CAGR of 20.2% from 2017 to 2023.North America to maintain lead position by 2023The market across the North America region accounted for two-fifths of the market in terms of revenue in 2017. However, the market across the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 19.6% during the forecast period. The report also explores the other regions including Europe and LAMEA.Recombinant segment to lead throughout the forecast periodThe recombinant segment accounted for nearly one-third of the total revenue in 2017 and will maintain its dominance by 2023. However, the dendritic cells segment is projected to register the highest CAGR of 18.6% from 2017 to 2023.Cervical cancer segment to maintain its dominance by 2023The cervical cancer segment accounted for more than three-fifths of the market in terms of revenue in 2017. However, other indications segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 18.8% during the forecast period.Adults segment to maintain its dominance by 2023The adults segment accounted for more than three-fifths of the market in terms of revenue in 2017. However, the pediatrics segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 19.3% during the forecast period.  Leading market playersThe key market players explored in the research include Merck & Co., Inc., CSL Limited, AstraZeneca Plc. (Medimmune, LLC.), Serum Institute of India Pvt. Ltd., GlaxoSmithKline Plc., Astellas Pharma Inc., Pfizer Inc., Sanofi Pasteur, Sanpower Group, and Aduro BioTech Inc.Check discounts available on this report @ https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/purchase-enquiry/1453About usAllied Market Research, a market research and advisory company of Allied Analytics LLP, provides business insights and market research reports to large as well as small & medium enterprises. The company assists its clients to strategize business policies and achieve sustainable growth in their respective market domain.Allied Market Research provides one stop solution from the beginning of data collection to investment advice. The analysts at Allied Market Research dig out factors that help clients to understand the significance and impact of market dynamics. The company amplies client’s insight on the factors, such as strategies, future estimations, growth or fall forecasting, opportunity analysis, and consumer surveys among others. As follows, the company offers consistent business intelligent support to aid the clients to turn into prominent business firm. Cancer Vaccines Marketlast_img read more

UPDATED Iberia flight makes a nailbiting landing at Costa Ricas Juan Santamaría

first_imgRelated posts:Southwest Airlines announces new routes to Costa Rica, Mexico United adds early flight from Costa Rica capital to Houston And here are your Sloth Kong Airport Photo Contest winners… Obama addresses the Cuban nation in historic Havana visit https://vimeo.com/141370392“I’ve been working here at the airport for some years now and I can tell you I’ve never seen a plane fly so low upon landing on this side of the runway,” wrote the poster in charge of a Juan Santamaría Facebook page, who works as a private security guard at the airport. “What can be said is that the pilots’ calculation was misjudged, which is why they fly so close over the highway and the airport fence. To reiterate, 99 percent of landings are normal and done at a suitable altitude. The one yesterday was definitely out of line.” Iberia flight 6313 flies close overhead as onlookers watch from the ground. (Photos via Efrain Madrigal/MROC – SJO Facebook) Iberia flight 6313 came very close to a highway Sunday afternoon. (Photos via Efrain Madrigal/MROC – SJO Facebook) (Photos via Efrain Madrigal/MROC – SJO Facebook) Facebook Commentscenter_img UPDATE, Monday, October 5, 3:20 p.m.Airport officials and authorities from Costa Rica’s Civil Aviation Authority on Monday responded to questions about Sunday’s Iberia flight 6313 by saying the landing was perfectly normal and according to regulations.Rolando Richmond, head of the authority’s Aerial Navigation Office, told the Tico Times that after analyzing video and photos available on social media, nothing seemed out of the ordinary about the landing.“There’s no stated altitude that pilots need to cross that part of the security fence,” Richmond said. “It doesn’t exist, because the only condition pilots have at that time is to make sure they are able to land where the airport’s threshold is and to activate their tires in time.”He did say, however, that the pilot of flight 6313 initially attempted to land on runway No. 7, which takes in planes coming from the east and uses electronic devices for precision landing. In the end, the pilot veered around to land on the the runway used by western-originating flights, which requires each pilot to make judgment calls as to when to activate landing gear.“Sure it could have been a little bit higher, but the altitude and angle of the plane was fine,” he said. Richmond said that the Airbus A 340 is the largest plane model that makes regular trips into the airport.José Luís Granados, who lives in Alajuela near the airport and has been a taxi driver here for 15 years, said he witnessed the landing and that the plane looked to be flying just 200 meters off the ground over houses and the highway. Granados said he goes to the airport almost every day to pick up and drop off passengers, and he’s never seen a plane come as close to the ground as it did Sunday.“I saw on the news they’re saying it was a normal landing because of the wind, but I’ll tell you that’s not true,” he said. “It was way too low.”Richmond said the airport is not looking into changing regulations or creating a larger distance between the runway and the highway. He said people should always be careful when they stand close to airport security borders because there is always some risk involved.“We consider all of the landing zones to be high-risk at the airport,” Richmond said. “That’s why we tell people to avoid it as an attraction where they stop and watch planes.”Original story continues here:An Iberia airlines flight arriving at Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport outside the capital on Sunday afternoon appears to have nearly collided with nearby traffic and a security fence as it made its descent onto the runway. The plane coming from Madrid on flight 6313 came within meters of ongoing traffic and a wire-mesh fence surrounding airport runway No. 25.No one was injured during the incident and no damage was reported as of Monday morning.The incident sparked dozens of comments on social media from area residents, onlookers and motorists. Several residents in Heredia and Alajuela reported the aircraft shook their homes upon descent. One Facebook commenter said flight 6313 was so low, she could “see the screws” on the bottom of the plane.However, no emergency landed was reported, according to an airport spokesperson. Multiple phone calls by The Tico Times to Iberia’s office at Juan Santamaría International Airport went unanswered Monday morning.The videos below show how close the Airbus A 340, which is 75 meters long and seats about 350 passengers, was to structures on the ground, missing the airport perimeter fence by only a few meters.last_img read more

Costa Rica exports show slight growth in 2015

first_imgExports of goods from Costa Rica rose 2.3 percent in the first nine months of 2015 compared with the same period of 2014, the Foreign Trade Ministry (COMEX) reported Monday. If, that is, you leave out electronic components.The so-called “Intel effect,” which refers to the sharp decline in Costa Rica’s electronics exports caused by last year’s closure of chip manufacturer Intel’s Costa Rica plant, still influences the country’s overall export figures. If exports of electronic components are included in comparisons between this year and last, there’s been an overall 16.7 percent decline in exports.Foreign Trade Minister Alexander Mora Delgado said that the country’s export performance is not a surprise. Rather, he said, it confirms the government’s forecast following Intel’s exit.Mora said Costa Rican exports follow what’s happening in the region and the world. “Actually, if this behavior continues, we will meet at least 96 percent of our export goal for this year,” he noted.The COMEX report states that exports of goods rose from $6.53 billion recorded in the January-September 2014 period, to $6.68 billion in the same period this year, if excluding exports of electronic components.If including them, export figures dropped from $8.73 billion in the first nine months of 2014 to $7.27 billion this year. Total export figures in the electrical and electronic devices sector are down by 73 percent, according to the report.Agricultural exports downExport figures declined in other sectors as well. Sales abroad of livestock and fish fell 6 percent, from $269 million in 2014 to $251 million this year.Agricultural exports overall dropped slightly from $2 billion in the first nine months of 2014 to $1.88 billion this year. Results, however, were cushioned by good coffee sales, which were up by 17 percent, mostly to the U.S., Belgium and Australia. Coffee exports to Australia grew by 80 percent.The medical device sector continues to lead positive export figures, showing an increase of 24 percent so far this year over last. Ministry officials attribute the growth largely to increased exports to the U.S., Belgium and Japan.Results were also positive in exports of chemical products, which were up 7 percent, and in the food sector, which grew by 4 percent.Services maintain positive figuresCOMEX also reported that exports of services between July 2014 and June 2015 reached $6.45 billion — 4.4 percent higher than during the same period the previous year (2013-2014).Ministry officials say this is thanks to a sustained growth in the tourism, IT and business services sectors. The tourism services sector recorded the greatest growth, from $2.73 billion last year to $2.93 billion during the same time period this year.The COMEX analysis states that exports of services have trended upwards over the past four years, although the pace of growth has slowed recently as a result of lower exports in sectors such as transport and financial services. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rica exports down 16 percent in first six months of 2015; ‘Intel effect’ continues Costa Rica exports down 15 percent in 2015, mostly thanks to Intel exit Intel’s exit still affecting Costa Rica export figures Costa Rica’s exports down by 17 percent in first quarter of 2015last_img read more

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first_imgThere is a constant internet rumor that says this quarterback class is weak, doesn’t have talent, and is full of question marks.Now it is rare that a quarterback class has no question marks in it, and this class is absolutely littered with them. That doesn’t make it a bad class — it just makes it a normal class.Note: Rankings are based on where I believe the prospect will be at when their career is said and done, not where they will be drafted. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 8. EJ Manuel, Florida State – 6-4, 235 lbsThe Jekyll and Hyde of this year’s NFL Draft process, Manuel is the one quarterback outside of Barkley that had talent surrounding him and yet never put it all together.He struggles with decision making, accuracy and ball security, but he has a lot of tools.Manuel possesses excellent athleticism, a strong arm and the ability to make plays with his legs, not just his arm at the next level.Like Dysert, Manuel needs to simmer for a while before knowing whether or not he can be an NFL starter, but he has a future in the league as a backup quarterback at least.Projection: Fourth round9. Landry Jones, Oklahoma – 6-4, 220 lbsJones’ numbers scream that he’s a top of the line QB; luckily that isn’t how quarterbacks are drafted.Jones struggles with decision making, can imagine pressure too often and look to dump off the ball instead of progressing through his reads. Unlike Glennon, Dysert and others in this class, he doesn’t trust a fairly strong arm to make throws in tight windows.Projections: Fourth-fifth round Projection: Second round4. Tyler Bray, Tennessee 6-6, 215lbsBray is an upside pick, plain and simple. He has a howitzer for a right arm, but has flaws that make that arm seem weak at times.He can be lazy with his footwork, and combine that with the fact that he is rather slow-footed and you have a guy with a penchant for throwing off his back foot when faced with any type of pressure.There are concerns with a lot of the things Bray does technique-wise, but he gets away with things because of his arm strength. He also does an excellent job driving the ball down field, especially in a vertical scheme attack.Projection: Third round5. Matt Barkley, USC – 6-2, 230 lbsOne of the more polarizing players in the 2013 NFL Draft is Matt Barkley. While many point to his numbers, leadership, heady play and poise in the big game, none of that necessarily translates to the NFL field.Barkley possesses rare accuracy at the collegiate level, both standing in the pocket and while on the move, but many of his throws, like Geno Smith and Zac Dysert, were quick, underneath routes that lead to his high completion percentage.Barkley struggled to drive the ball down the field consistently with any authority or success, and his accuracy waned greatly when he was asked to deliver the ball into tight windows making NFL caliber throws. Comments   Share   Wilson, much like Smith, fell into terrible habits like bad footwork and throwing off his back foot, which led to a drop in accuracy.Wilson has a very good arm but relies on it far too often, and he doesn’t set himself up properly and doesn’t drive the ball down the field, but a lot of his flaws are correctable with coaching.Projection: Top 15 pick3. Zac Dysert, Miami of Ohio – 6-3, 224 lbsA common theme within the quarterback prospects for this season is good players that regressed either from their 2011 performances or during the 2012 season.Dysert is another in the line, and while he was let down greatly by his teammates in his 2012 showcase game against the Ohio State Buckeyes, he has put out enough good tape for me to feel like he can come in, sit for a year or two and then become a quality NFL player.Dysart is another guy who developed some awful habits behind a bad offensive line throwing to not-so-good receivers. He was awful during Senior Bowl week and maybe I am too stubborn with my rankings in not moving him down, but his problems in Mobile seemed to be different than his problems during the season.Dysert has a strong arm, moves well in the pocket and shows an ability to stand tall and make his reads. He is a guy who needs some time to simmer before he is game-ready, but I believe given that opportunity he could be a solid NFL starter. Top Stories Projection: First Round6. Ryan Nassib, Syracuse – 6-2, 225 lbsThe darling of the post-college football season, we have seen the stock of Nassib skyrocket to the point it’s possible he could be the number one overall pick.While I don’t see that happening, I do see a guy that has a lot of the talent you look for in a quarterback with room to grow.Nassib possesses a strong arm, good movement ability within the pocket and good footwork that allows him to drive the ball with authority.Nassib too often loses touch on the ball because of velocity and needs to work on his accuracy and touch when pushing the ball down the field.Projection: First round7. Mike Glennon, North Carolina State – 6-6, 220 lbsGlennon is another QB with a cannon for an arm, but also has cement feet that causes me much concern to see so many people mocking him in the first round to the Arizona Cardinals.Glennon has the stereotypical “can make all the throws” type of arm strength and can move on designed rollouts and make throws.He absolutely needs a clean pocket to make NFL-level throws, but with a clean pocket, you are often left saying… “WOW”.Projection: First-second roundcenter_img Scott displays a good arm, excellent mobility, and a does a solid job of throwing on the run, but is susceptible to long spells of inaccuracy and bad decision making that may come from lack of playing time at the collegiate level.There isn’t a ton of film on Scott, but he shows flashes of starter ability, and even when mixed with his bad streaks, it shows he is more than just draftable — it shows a guy that could mature into something down the line.Projections: Fourth-fifth round Full prospect scouting reports will come over the next three months1. Geno Smith, West Virginia – 6-3, 220 lbsSmith is not my favorite quarterback in this class, but I do see him as being the most NFL-ready as well as the guy that could become the “franchise” quarterback everyone is looking for.He possesses ideal size, an above average arm, and the ability to move in and outside the pocket with excellent effectiveness while keeping his eyes downfield.There are questions about his ability to drive the ball downfield into tight windows, and he picked up some bad habits as the year went along at West Virginia, including lazy footwork, bad mechanics and locking into his primary read far too often, which led to a drop in play.Still, Smith is the top player at the most important position in the draft.Projection: Top 5 pick2. 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