Jet Airways shares tumble 7 pc

first_imgNew Delhi: Shares of crisis-hit Jet Airways plunged nearly 7 per cent Wednesday after the company grounded six more planes due to non-payment of lease rentals. The stock tumbled 6.59 per cent to Rs 213.95 on BSE. On NSE, shares cracked 6.93 per cent to Rs 213.35. As many as 47 aircraft of the full service carrier are on the ground now as the company failed to pay rentals to lessors. “…. an additional six aircraft (include one aircraft of Jet Lite (India) Ltd) have been grounded due to non-payment of amounts outstanding to lessors under their respective lease agreements,” the airline said in a filing to the stock exchanges Tuesday. Jet Airways has been grappling with acute financial woes and has been looking at ways to raise fresh funds. Meanwhile, in more trouble for the airline, an umbrella body of its domestic pilots Tuesday threatened to stop flying from April 1 if their dues are not paid by March-end.last_img read more

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Hamas denies confidential correspondence with Israel

first_imgGAZA CITY  – These claims are completely fabricated, Gaza Deputy Foreign Minister Ghazi Hamad told Anadolu Agency.Palestinian resistance movement Hamas on Tuesday denied reports that group leader and Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh had asked Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu not to launch military operations against the Gaza Strip following recent border tensions.“These claims are completely fabricated,” Gaza Deputy Foreign Minister Ghazi Hamad told Anadolu Agency. Earlier Tuesday, Israel’s Walla news website reported that Haniyeh had sent a “confidential message” to Netanyahu two weeks ago – following a handful of rocket attacks on Israel – urging him not to order military action against the Palestinian coastal enclave.According to the website, Haniyeh had told Netanyahu that the Hamas-run Gaza government was not planning any escalations against Israel.Hamad, however, denied that any correspondence – written or verbal – had taken place between the two premiers.“Egypt remains the only mediator with the authority to transfer messages to and from Israel,” Hamad asserted.Tensions have recently mounted along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel.For weeks, Israeli aircraft have targeted Palestinian fighters in the strip in an apparent return of Israel’s policy of “targeted killing.”The self-proclaimed Jewish state says its airstrikes on Gaza are in retaliation for rockets fired from the Palestinian enclave.In November 2012, Israel signed an Egypt-brokered ceasefire with Gaza-based resistance groups. The move followed eight days of unrelenting Israeli airstrikes that left nearly 190 Gazans dead and more than 1,500 injured.last_img read more

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Ban names senior official to lead efforts to combat growing number of

David Nabarro, who has been appointed to the new role, is tasked with developing a more coherent international response to combat food insecurity and malnutrition which now affects over one billion people globally, with a focus on multilateral agencies taking the lead and increased international assistance. Dr. Nabarro, a qualified physician from the United Kingdom, has had a long career working on national health programmes around the world, including as the Executive Director of the World Health Organization (WHO), and since January has been responsible for coordinating the UN High Level Task Force on the Global Food Security Crisis. The Task Force – consisting of UN agencies, funds and programmes; international financial institutions; and the World Trade Organization (WTO) – was set up to respond to the plight of the hundreds of millions of people affected by food insecurity and to the need for longer-term investment in agricultural development, fair trade, social protection and nutrition.Mr. Nabarro told reporters at UN Headquarters in New York last month that the lack of “enough food to eat, or food insecurity, is the ultimate degradation for humanity,” adding that it weakens and imperils individuals, while disempowering and destabilizing societies.He emphasized a need for greater national planning for food security, a transformation of markets and trading systems in the agricultural sector to work more in the interest of poor people and their countries, stronger social protection and safety nets in development programmes and a re-engagement in the fight against malnutrition, which affects 50 million women and children at any one time. 29 October 2009Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today named a Special Representative on Food Security and Nutrition to stem and reverse the mounting number of children, women and men worldwide suffering from chronic hunger. read more

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Lanka slams listing on UK human rights report

“We are still in May and October is a long way ahead. They cannot prejudge us when we still have time in our hands and are already working on most of the issues,” said Perera.He also said that a visiting European Union Parliamentary delegation which met him on Monday expressed satisfaction on the progress achieved by Sri Lanka in addressing most issues.“They did say there were still some issues but overall they were happy with the progress,” he said. The Sri Lankan government on Tuesday slammed a British human rights report which listed the island among countries of concern over human rights issues.Deputy External Affairs Minister Neomal Perera said that Britain had no right to accuse Sri Lanka of not doing enough to address accountability of the war just three years after the conflict ended. “How can they say we have not done enough? On what basis are they saying that? The Lessons Learned and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) handed over its final report only in December last year so how can the UK report say we did not do enough to address the issues mentioned. We have started addressing them now and some of the recommendations of the LLRC are also being implemented,” Neomal Perera told Xinhua.The British report also said UK will contribute to Sri Lanka’s Universal Periodic Review under the UN human rights system in Geneva but Perera said Sri Lanka would have done a lot by then to address most of the human rights concerns. The report also called on the Sri Lankan government to implement recommendations of a local war commission and address outstanding questions regarding accountability for alleged war crimes. Sri Lanka will on May 19 celebrate three years since the Tamil Tiger rebels were defeated by the military after 30 years of war.  (Xinhua) The Human Rights Report for 2011 released by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Monday said that significant progress was still needed in Sri Lanka to address the institutional weaknesses that allow for frequent human rights violations. read more

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Horrified at latest terror attack on Israelis Annan appeals to Palestinians to

Calling the incident, which also left many injured, “despicable,” Mr. Annan conveyed his “heartfelt condolences” to the families of victims and to the Government of Israel, a UN spokesman said in a statement. The Secretary-General reiterated his appeal to all Palestinian groups “to stop all such acts of senseless violence, which are extremely harmful to the Palestinian cause,” the statement said. Stressing that there is no alternative to a political solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Mr. Annan said the road map of the diplomatic Quartet – the UN, European Union, Russian Federation and United States – to be completed in December “deserves the most serious consideration by both parties.” read more

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At highlevel debate UN Security Council renew pledge to counter foreign terrorist

At a high-level debate held today in UN Headquarters in New York, the 15-member body unanimously approved the text, which calls on Member States to increase cooperation in their efforts to address the perils posed by foreign terrorist fighters around the world – from helping each other build capacities to address terrorist threats to collaborating in suppressing the transit of violent extremists between states.According to a recent UN assessment, the number of foreign terrorist fighters in the Syria and Iraq conflicts alone has grown to over 15,000 from more than 80 countries while other fighters are reportedly seeking to join militant groups in Somalia, Yemen, as well as several countries in the Maghreb and Sahel regions.The bulk of the prospective fighters seek out well-known terrorist groups such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the Al-Nusrah Front (ANF), and other entities associated with Al-Qaida, which continue to terrorize local populations while also committing atrocities. The Council reiterated its “grave concern” about these terrorist groups and “the negative impact of their presence, violent extremist ideology, and actions on the stability of Iraq, Syria and the region,” including the “devastating humanitarian impact on the civilian populations.” Since January 2014, in fact, an estimated 1.9 million people have been displaced across Iraq as they fled the violence and persecution of ISIL’s recent offensives. According to the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), close to 50 per cent of the displaced have found refuge in the high altitude areas of Iraq’s Kurdistan Region, where winter temperatures can plummet to well-below zero.In addition, the statement highlighted the “continued need to improve the visibility and effectiveness of the UN’s role in countering the spread of violent ideologies” adding that terrorism “in all forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security.”In his remarks to the Council, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon commended the body for its “unity of purpose” in addressing a threat which continues to cause “profound suffering” for the millions living under the control of such groups. “We are increasingly seeing terrorism, drug trafficking and transnational crime grow in intensity and feed off each other,” Mr. Ban said. “The international community and the UN must ensure the full implementation of our many tools for action – including Security Council resolutions and the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy.”The Security Council last met for a high-level debate on terrorism in September when a resolution calling on Member States to cooperate in efforts to address the threat posed by foreign terrorist fighters was adopted.However, noted Mr. Ban, since then a number of specific steps had been taken towards combatting the spread of extremist ideologies and their deadly offshoots, including a preliminary analysis prepared by the Counter-Terrorism Committee’s Executive Directorate focusing on the principal capacity gaps in Member State implementation of resolution 2178; the creation of a UN coordination mechanism to mobilize action to support the needs of Member States; and the initiation of a UN system-wide programme on foreign terrorist fighters to develop inter-agency projects to assist Member States. In addition, he added, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime was also working to “strengthen the legal and criminal justice capacity of Middle East and Northern African countries to address the threat posed by foreign fighters.” “Violent extremism is a multi-dimensional challenge that needs to be effectively addressed at the grassroots level,” the Secretary-General continued, remarking that the “scourge of violent extremism” also had its socio-economic roots that needed to be addressed.“We must continue to think more deeply into the fundamental conditions that allow extremism to thrive. Looking at these challenges solely through a military lens has shown its limits.” read more

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Lunchtime Fix 6 things you need to know

first_img4. WATER charge proposals from the regulator have been announced with the average cost for a household looking like it will be €278, higher than what the government had claimed.5. THERE are fears that the death toll from today’s landslide in India could reach 150.6. 400 complaints were received by the Medical Council last year. Meanwhile, one in 10 young doctors exited the Irish register. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesCatch up on the rest of today’s stories> 2. ALSO in court today, businessman Anthony Lyons was sent back to prison for 18 months after the Criminal Court of Appeal ruled his initial sentence for sexual assault was unduly lenient. Anthony Lyons, pictured with sunglasses and phone, in 2012. Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland3. IT’S been a bad morning for public sector workers who woke up to news that their salaries were not paid into their accounts because of a Bank of Ireland glitch. Source: Dan Mac Guill/Twitter Pat Whelan + Willie McAteer greeted their sentences with smiles as Judge Nolan says “Enjoy your community service.” #Anglotrial— Dan Mac Guill (@danmacg) July 31, 2014 WHAT’S THE STORY?1. FORMER Anglo executives Pat Whelan and Willie McAteer will have to complete 240 hours of community service over the next year, after a judge handed down the maximum terms.last_img read more

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The Explainer What can the Irish government do about returning Islamic State

first_img Share22 Tweet Email1 Sunday 24 Mar 2019, 4:00 PM By Aoife Barry https://jrnl.ie/4556064 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Source: The Explainer/SoundCloudIdeas, thoughts, or feedback? Email podcasts@thejournal.ie This episode was put together by presenter Sinéad O’Carroll, executive producer Christine Bohan, producer Aoife Barry, assistant producer/technical operator Nicky Ryan and contributing reporter Michelle Hennessy. Thanks to our guests Ajmal Hussain and Pat Dolan. Design by Palash Somani.  10,170 Views center_img The Explainer: What can the Irish government do about returning Islamic State members? In the latest episode of our weekly podcast, we look at the case of Irish woman Lisa Smith and what the government can do about returning Islamic State members. Mar 24th 2019, 4:01 PM 57 Comments WHAT CAN IRELAND do about returning members of Islamic State? That’s what we’re looking at in the third episode of our new weekly podcast The Explainer. In the episode, we look at the case of Irish Islamic State member Lisa Smith, who is Irish and was married to an Islamic State member. We examine the current state of play regarding Islamic State in Syria, why its members are leaving the country, and what Ireland’s options are for returning citizens. In this week’s episode we go on a deep dive into what the current situation is, and what the options are, with guests Professor Pat Dolan of NUI Galway and Ajmal Hussain of the School of Social Sciences in the University of Manchester, and TheJournal.ie senior reporter Michelle Hennessy.The Explainer was the #2 podcast in the Apple podcast charts in Ireland within several hours of the first episode being released, and the #1 podcast in the News and Politics category. You can listen wherever you get your podcasts or via SoundCloud below – you can also head straight to iTunes, Spotify, Acast, PodBean, Podcast Republic, and Stitcher. Short URLlast_img read more

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Weather Eye Nice weather here to stay

first_imgGood news! Great spring weather is with us through the weekend, with highs above seasonable averages and in the 70s over the weekend.OK, I have a word for you. What is the meaning of pluviophile? Read on.What a fantastic week for spring break. The rain held off until later Tuesday and rained overnight. Wednesday dawned clear, with afternoon highs almost on the mark. Even though next week looks cloudier and cooler, not much in the way of rain is coming our way at this point in time. April may end up being drier than normal. We paid our dues the past two months, thank you.So how are we doing so far this month? Vancouver’s average mean temperature is running 52.8 degrees, 2.1 degrees above average. Rainfall as of Wednesday was 0.98 of an inch, 0.14 of an inch above average. I consider the wettest first nine days spillover from the soggy month of March. The rest of April appears to be drier. Temperature extremes through Wednesday were a high of 74 degrees April 7 and a low of 40 degrees April 2.If you have travel plans, like maybe heading up to Seattle on Friday for the Mariners game, smooth sailing weatherwise (no traffic prediction here). It will be fair weather from one end of the state to the other. The only caveat here is that a weak weather system will move across British Columbia on Friday for some clouds up north but little chance of rain. Plan a trip to the coast for a leisurely walk on the beach. Bring a sweatshirt, as there may be some brisk northwest winds. In the mountains, it will be spring skiing at its best. The pop quiz answer: Pluviophile is a lover of rain — someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days. Hey, that is most of us, isn’t it? After all, we live here and endure inches and inches of it.Enjoy the weekend, and we will chat on a very nice Sunday!last_img read more

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1 hospitalized after 4vehicle crash in Margate

first_imgMARGATE, FLA. (WSVN) – Rescue crews took one person to the hospital after being involved in a multi-vehicle crash in Margate.According to Margate-Coconut Creek Fire Rescue, an ambulance returning from the hospital discovered the scene of the crash near the intersection of Royal Palm Boulevard and North State Road 7, at around 10:15 a.m.Officials said four vehicles in total were involved in the wreck.Paramedics transported the victim to Broward Health North as a trauma alert.Another patient was treated at the scene.There is no word as to what may have caused the crash.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Car slams into gas pump at Doral Mobil station

first_imgDORAL, FLA. (WSVN) – A gas pump was wrecked after a car came barreling through a Mobil station in Doral.The crash took place near Northwest 107th Avenue and 58th Street, late Sunday morning.Doral Police responded to the scene and blocked off the gas station while they investigated and cleaned up.Officials have not provided any details about the driver’s condition or what caused the crash.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Crude Oil Prices Headed for New Yearly Lows

first_imgGlobal crude oil prices continue to move lower to hit multi-month lows, raising concerns over the prices touching a fresh yearly low in the coming months.Brent crude prices dropped more than 2% to $51.10 a barrel on Monday amid continued glut. After rebounding by over 50% from its yearly low of $43 per barrel hit in January this year, crude oil prices have again started slipping due to concerns over Iranian oil exports and increased output by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).A Reuters survey showed that oil production by the OPEC touched its highest levels in “recent history” in July.Besides, oil exports from Iran are expected to flood the market once sanctions are eased.Iranian oil minister Bijan Zanganeh said that the country would like to increase oil production by 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) once the sanctions are lifted, Reuters reported.On the other hand, OPEC countries, mainly Saudi Arabia, remain stubborn on not cutting output in order to protect market share.”Christmas time we’ll probably be rebounding off new lows off of the mid to low 30s,” Again Capital founding partner John Kilduff, told CNBC.Further, a recent increase in the US oil rig count is also weighing on the oil markets. Oil drillers have resumed production in the past two weeks.”The current rig count implies that US production will sequentially decline in 3Q15 although continue to grow in 2016,” Goldman Sachs said in a note.Slowing activity in the world’s second largest economy China is also putting pressure on the global oil demand situation.China has witnessed  high volatility in its stock markets in recent months despite the government’s efforts to shore up investors’ confidence.”Recent developments in China and Iran may also contribute to another leg down in oil prices,” said Kilduff.last_img read more

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Science

first_imgNext week, the White House will be filled with robots, science projects, and more. Students from around the country are headed to the 2014 White House Science Fair hosted by President Obama, and we couldn’t be more excited. With students from a broad range of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) competitions, this year’s Fair will include a specific focus on girls and women who are excelling in STEM and inspiring the next generation with their work.last_img

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How to Buy and Sell on eBay ScamFree

first_imgFTC 15+ min read Ask eBay users about auction fraud and payment scams, and you’ll hear different stories with the same theme: While eBay can be a great marketplace, both buyers and sellers need to beware.PC World contributing editor James Martin was nearly defrauded when he tried to sell a laptopand managed to avert disaster thanks only to a cooperative post office clerk who searched for and returned the package Martin had shipped a few hours earlier. Martin is not alone. The FBI tracks online auction fraud via its Internet Crime Complaint Center, and auction scams have averaged more than half of all online fraud complaints.Infographic: Chip TaylorHowever, the actual numbers of fraud reports have gone down in the last couple of years, returning to 2003 levels. This may be due to better policing by eBay or to more awareness of fraud among the auction site’s users.And eBay has taken a number of steps to combat fraud. One of them is an antifraud toolbar for users , designed to identify attempts by phishers to obtain your eBay log-in information. Recently, eBay also partnered with Google to stamp out a major site-redirection vulnerability exploited by phishers .Other tools in eBay’s fraud-fighting arsenal include the eBay/PayPal Security Key , launched in February of last year, as well as several measures designed to safeguard member IDs and improve buyer protections introduced in April 2007 . Also, to protect member ID information, which can be used to send phishing e-mail and fake “second-chance” offers, eBay now hides the IDs of bidders in big ticket auctions. And an expanded new seller feedback system gives buyers the detailed information they need to decide on the seller’s bona fides.Finally, a sweeping overhaul announced this week should lead to a new balance of power between buyers and sellers. Among other changes, sellers may no longer leave negative feedback on buyers, eliminating the fear of retaliation that many buyers had when deciding whether to leave negative feedback of their own. This fear resulted in under-reporting of bad transactions through the feedback system. And sellers in high-risk categories like computers, or those who have less than stellar feedback, will now be required to take payments either through PayPal or a credit card. In some cases, PayPal will even withhold payments to sellers entirely until the buyer has left positive feedback or 21 days have passed without a claim.Even with all these safeguards, there are still risks to using eBay. Users put up with them because it’s the biggest game in town, with 95 percent of all online auction listings, according to Jupiter Research. Total auction sales were about $30 billion last year, a big slice of overall U.S. Internet sales of $116 billion. Local Craigslist classifieds and Amazon’s Marketplace are gaining in popularity, especially for hard-to-ship items and books, but for many broad product categories, such as antiques and collectibles, eBay is still the best or only viable outlet.So what can you do to protect yourself against auction fraud, and buy and sell safely on eBay? Read on. Ebay, Scam-FreeAvoiding eBay scams largely boils down to performing due diligence on your transaction partners and potential purchases, and being extremely careful about auction-related e-mail messages and payments.Most eBay fraud falls into one of three broad categories, all of which affect both buyers and sellers:Account hijackings: Criminals take over accounts with good feedback and use them to buy merchandise with stolen credit cards or to sell big-ticket items that are never delivered.Counterfeit, doctored, or misrepresented merchandise: Bogus products can be very hard to spot. Buyers end up paying more than an item is worth, and sellers of genuine goods can’t compete on price.Payment fraud: An endless variety of credit card, wire transfer, and bogus money-order scams cheat buyers and sellers alike out of both money and merchandise. Account HijackingThis is the biggest and most dangerous problem on eBay. Through phishing messages and bogus links in auctions, scammers get hold of your eBay password, which they can then use to take over your account and buy or sell with near impunity, leaving you holding the bag for transactions you had nothing to do with. E-Bay, Scam-Free January 1, 2008 Common and highly effective phishing scams include sending e-mail messages that mimic those you are already used to receiving from eBay’s mail system, such as questions from buyers, bid notices, and after-auction invoices. When the unsuspecting recipient clicks on a link in these messages (usually purporting to be the item page), it takes them to a phony eBay log-in page instead, where their account information is then captured. The malicious site may also be programmed to install a Trojan or keystroke tracker on the user’s computer, which can then be used to capture other passwords as well, such as to PayPal or banking sites. (Besides the image above, go to Bustathief.com for more examples of eBay phishing lures.)Scammers work fast with hijacked accounts, listing popular high-cost items like computers, iPods, and plasma TVs in one- or three-day auctions. After collecting the money, often sent to overseas accounts, they disappear, leaving the legitimate account holder to deal with irate buyers, possible police investigations, and a ruined feedback rating that may have taken years to build up.The flip side of this scam is using the pirated account to buy a load of valuable and easily fenced items with a stolen credit card. In this case, the true account holder has to deal with angry sellers who are out both their merchandise and their money.The latest twist on hijacking fraud: phishing pros are now selling kits that novice scammers can use to set up their own phishing sites and e-mail lures. The kits secretly send the collected data to the original developer. It’s sort of a phishing pyramid scheme, where the lower levels take the risks and do the work, sending the spoils back up the chain. Protect Yourself From HijackingWhile account hijacking is a rampant problem, it’s also one of the easiest eBay scams to avoid, if you take proper precautions:Never reply to e-mail purportedly from eBay or click on links within them, even when you are expecting them. Instead, log in to My eBay, where all genuine messages, auction activity, and your account information are directly accessible.Log on to My eBay on a regular basis just to check your account. Since it lists all bidding, selling, and feedback, you can see at a glance if anyone has hijacked your account. (If you think your account has been hijacked, report it to the eBay Security Center. See also “Where to Report Auction Fraud” on the last page of this article.)Never click on user-created links within auction listings, which can be phishing links that lead to phony eBay log-in pages.Safeguard your password. Don’t allow your browser to automatically enter your eBay or PayPal passwords, and don’t use the same password for both eBay and PayPal.Consider using eBay’s Toolbar;the toolbar offers alerts and protectionagainst eBay phishing sites.Use antivirus and antispyware tools to help prevent infection by password-capturing Trojans and DNS hijacking (a trick that without your knowledge redirects your browsing so that instead of going to eBay or another site, you go to malicious pages). See our Spyware & Security Info Center for recommended products. Fake and Misrepresented Items Brought to you by PCWorld Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Payment and Bidding FraudOkay, you’ve decided to buy widget A from seller B, or sell widget X to buyer Y; now how do you assure a safe and successful transaction? Unfortunately, there are just as many bidding and payment scams out there as phishing tactics. Some favorites:Shill bidding: Bidders in collusion with the seller bid items up artificially. They may also bid high to discover your maximum bid, then retract it and bid just below your top price, forcing you to pay more than you should. eBay’s practice of hiding bidder IDs on big-ticket items–while it reduces the number of e-mail messages from scammers to bidders–also makes it harder for users to investigate other bidders and protect themselves against this practice.Bid shielding: A ring of bidders drives up the price early in an auction to scare off other buyers, then retracts bids at the last minute, allowing a low bid to win the auction.Fake second-chance offers: If you lose an auction, you may get a legitimate second chance to buy the product if the high bidder backs out, or if the seller has multiple items. Scammers take advantage of this phenomenon and send bogus offers to the second-highest bidder in an auction, collecting their money and not sending the product.Switch and return: Buyers receive your genuine item, switch it with a fake, and then return it for a refund.Stolen credit cards: Any auction can be the target of a buyer with a stolen credit card, but overseas buyers of high-ticket items asking you to ship via overnight service are almost surely scammers. They may be using a stolen credit card or a hijacked PayPal account. Refund-the-difference scams: Buyers send you a larger check or money order than the amount of your item, and ask you to refund the difference. The odds are about 100 percent that the check is counterfeit and you will be out both your merchandise and the money you refunded.Wire-transfer black hole: The seller requires payment via wire transfer, often to an address overseas. The odds of you actually seeing your merchandise after sending a wire transfer are slim. And eBay has eliminated its former purchase protection policy. Only PayPal still offers any form of buyer protection.Triangulation: This combination of stolen credit card use and account hijacking scams is perhaps the most insidious of all, with three victims. A scammer takes over victim A’s eBay account. He then sells victim B an expensive item and collects payment. He orders the item from a site like Amazon with a credit card stolen from victim C and has the merchandise delivered to victim B. The scammer is long gone with the money before eBay, Amazon and the credit card company start coming after victims.center_img Protect Yourself From Payment and Bidding Fraud Protect Yourself From Payment and Bidding FraudAgain, vet the seller carefully.Read all negative or neutral feedback comments. Consider the length of time the seller has been in business on eBay, and how long he or she has been selling items like the one you are interested in buying.Never bid until the last second.Use auction sniping services like AuctionStealer.com to place your maximum bid in the last seconds of the auction. This will prevent you from being the victim of shill bidding or bid retractions designed to make you reveal your maximum bid. You’ll also likely pay less, while relieving yourself of the burden of watching the auction.Accept second-chance offers only through My eBay.Legitimate second-chance offers come through the eBay mail system, and will be displayed on My eBay as special Buy-It-Now auctions for you only.As a seller, don’t allow returns.Unless you are making your living selling on eBay and can develop safeguards, allowing returns can set you up for trouble. Make this clear clear up front in your auction listings.Wait a day or two before sending your merchandiseto see if PayPal reverses the buyer’s payment or eBay cancels the auction, as happened to PC World’s James Martin.Always usea credit card through PayPal. Never use bank debit cards. Credit card protections are much stronger and easier to fall back on than PayPal’s. A simple phone call to your credit card company is a lot easier than jumping through PayPal’s hoops, which can be difficult to get through. (And the best you can hope for is $2000 protection under very specific conditions).Avoid sending checks.If the seller does not accept payment through PayPal, think twice about bidding. For small items from vendors with good and recent feedback, it’s probably fine to send a check or money order. Do not send checks or money orders for big-ticket items or if you have any doubt at all about the seller. And never pay by Western Union or other nonbank wire transfer–eBay does not permit sellers to ask for this, but scammers still do it.Wait for the buyer’s check to clear.It’s okay to accept checks and money orders for goods you are selling, but only do this if you are prepared to wait a full two weeks before shipping, and be sure to make this policy clear in your listing.Send only to verified addresses.PayPal’s address confirmation system is a good way to ensure you are sending to the owner of the account, rather than to a hijacker.Leave feedback only after you are satisfied.If you’re a buyer, never leave feedback until the transaction is completed to your satisfaction. Once you have left feedback, you lose leverage with the seller. If you’re a seller, note that eBay has just changed its feedback policies so that you cannot leave negative feedback on a buyer. To resolve problems with payment, you’ll need to file a complaint with PayPal, or a nonpaying bidder notice with eBay. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Fake and Misrepresented ItemsGetting what you paid for can sometimes be a challenge on eBay, thanks to sellers of counterfeit, doctored, and evasively described items. Fake Apple iPods, counterfeit batteries, and phony SanDisk CompactFlashor SD cards are regularly up for sale on eBay. The bogus iPods will be obvious the minute you open and turn them on, but you may not recognize memory cards and batteries as knockoffs until they garble your photos or set your laptop on fire. (Image credit: eBay seller aussieram.)Other significant problems include used hardware–which could have defects or missing pieces–that is as sold as new, and sales of software that may be counterfeit, already registered, or a different or older version than buyers expect.If you see Windows Vista Ultimate or Adobe Creative Studio 3 going for $50, it’s probably not the real thing. But not all fakes are sold at low prices, many are listed in the same price range as genuine products, with photos of authentic items taken from manufacturer sites, making it almost impossible to tell something is counterfeit until you receive it.Gray-market goods like digital cameras and camcorders are genuine but don’t come with U.S. warranties. Another frequent deception is low-cost academic or OEM versions of software being misrepresented as full retail editions. You may discover the difference only when it comes time to upgrade, and you find that the serial number for your application is not eligible for an upgrade.Any area that is a target for street counterfeits is also a big business on eBay. Designer handbags and accessories, watches, jewelry, perfume, cosmetics, DVDs, and auto parts are just some of the areas to be wary of. Tiffany sued eBay in 2005 alleging that more than 70 percent of certain jewelry items sold as “Tiffany” were actually counterfeit.Other items may just be stolen. One eBay seller unloaded $78,000 worth of hot Harley-Davidson parts before getting caught earlier this year. He had been employed in a Harley-Davidson parts warehouse.In the antiques and collectibles category, beware of reproductions and repaired or doctored items. Pottery chips and cracks can be repaired in a way that makes them invisible to the untrained eye, furniture and metalware may be refinished, and old stamps washed or given new perforations. A reproduction or repaired item may look fine on the surface, but it won’t be worth anywhere near as much as an undoctored original when you try to sell it, as any viewer of PBS’s Antiques Roadshow will tell you.Even normal sellers typically write incomplete descriptions. For example, if you’re looking for a used laptop, the description might not state whether the manual and recovery discs are included or whether the LCD screen has any dead pixels. Be sure to ask such questions or your purchase may not live up to your expectations.Protect Yourself From FakesVet the seller carefully. Read feedback comments to look for complaints of fake or misrepresented items. Beware of 1- or 3-day auctions, sellers or items that are overseas, and sellers suddenly unloading a lot of goods of a sort they have not sold in the past. Do not rely on labels like Power Seller or Square Trade. While most such sellers are honest, some scammers also have these designations. The logos provide information you can use in your overall evaluation of the seller, but they are not guarantees.Know the products you’re seeking. If you are not an expert in Tiffany lamps or costume jewelry, spotting the reproductions can be impossible. The more you know about what you are bidding on, the more likely you are to wind up with a good deal. Google is your research friend.Ask questions. Don’t bid until you know the answers. Assume nothing. Implications are just that, not guarantees. Ask for detailed photos, condition reports, return policies and shipping costs. And read every word in the listing. You are in control until the auction has ended.Always use a credit card to pay so you can ask for a chargeback on fake items (more on this in the next section).Consider using an online shopping comparison engine instead of eBay. While scammers advertise on shopping engines as well, you can get some peace of mind by shopping with a large company you know and trust. And shipping prices, an often-inflated cost on eBay, may be lower through Web retailers. Where to Report Auction FraudIf you are scammed on eBay, report it to both eBay and outside agencies–see the links listed below. The more that fraud is reported, the more likely it is that something will be done about it. The IC3 and USPS may refer your complaint to law enforcement. The other agencies compile statistics that help in making laws and setting enforcement policies.IC3 PayPal Security Center USPS(if shipped or paid for via U.S. mail)National Consumers LeagueBetter Business BureaueBay Security Center Payment and Bidding Fraud Register Now »last_img read more

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5 Ways Drones Are Changing the World

first_imgFebruary 11, 2018 5 min read Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Those who dream of getting an Amazon package, a prescription drug, or even a beer delivered to their doorsteps via drone might have their wishes fulfilled sooner than expected.The Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Pilot Program has jump-started the development of the drone industry in the United States, aiming to “enhance the safety of the American public, increase the efficiency and productivity of American industry and create tens of thousands of new American jobs.”Aerial enterprises such as drone delivery and aerial imagery are poised to take off. The potential economic benefit of integrated unmanned airborne systems will generate an estimated $82 billion and create up to 100,000 jobs by 2025, while aerial imaging is expected to generate $3.3 billion by 2023.Related: Watch Incredible Footage of a Drone Crashing Into Seattle’s Space NeedleDriving that growth are new and expanding application areas. Aerial technology is transforming industries of all types by optimizing processes, cutting costs, and reaching both figurative and literal places that were once unattainable. Here are five industries that are being disrupted by this new, lifesaving technology.Disaster relief and humanitarian aid.Just days after Hurricane Harvey, location content companies captured the devastation left by the natural disaster to aid in emergency response and rescue, flood management, and FEMA fund allocation. In times of emergency, image captures can be used to navigate first responders and 911 emergency services as well as analyze road conditions. FEMA and disaster relief agencies can also allocate money based on examinations of the extent of devastation in an area.Earlier this year, Otherlab, an engineering research and development lab based in San Francisco, created the APSARA glider, an advanced, biodegradable cardboard airplane capable of carrying more than two pounds of supplies like blood and vaccines to those in need.The biodegradable drone can support canisters, medically sensitive liquids, batteries and other life-saving items and disperse them to an area the size of California. Now medical supplies can be delivered to rural areas without roads or regions rendered inaccessible by natural disasters or war.High-resolution aerial imagery, like these before and after images of Hurricane Irma, are being used to aid in emergency response and rescue, FEMA fund allocation and flood management.Image Credit: Nearmap Public transit.Local transportation agencies such as Orange County Transportation Authority and the District Department of Transportation in Washington, DC, are using aerial imagery as a base map — a collection of GIS data and imagery that form the background setting and orientation of the map.Related: The iPhone of Drones Is Being Built by This TeenagerAerial photographs integrated with third-party programs like Autodesk and Esri products help in project management oversight, planning and site analysis, and validating construction updates (lane, roadway and sidewalk updates).Ocean mapping.Realizing that the ocean is critical to human existence — the source of 97 percent of the planet’s water and producer of more than half of the oxygen in the atmosphere — it may come as a surprise that 85 percent of the ocean’s surface remains unmapped and unexplored.Aerial imagery has played a part in bridging that gap. High-resolution photos from aircraft camera systems can capture and retrieve surface current data and measure Doppler shift in waves. This method is cost-effective, timely and scalable; it can cover large surface areas.This process has implications for the oil and gas industry. Using the data extracted from the aerial captures, oil companies can plan and execute offshore exploration, conduct deep-water drilling operations, reinforce oil spill response and mitigation, and assist in search-and-rescue missions.Machine learning and AI.The combination of machine learning and AI is changing the way the insurance and real estate markets answer questions at scale. Now, with extremely high-resolution imagery, insurers can easily gather the most accurate, inspection-level property data, allowing assessors to easily identify characteristics and potential risks of a property such as swimming pools and the distance between trees and buildings.Cape Analytics, for example, has developed a cloud-based platform that provides an on-demand data stream of high-value property features and risks for real estate portfolios across the United States.Precision agriculture.Precision agriculture is a farming management concept based on the use of technology to increase crop yields and profitability while reducing a number of traditional components necessary for growing crops such as water, fertilizer, herbicides, and insecticides. Drone aerial imagery is key. Aerial pictures help farmers work smarter in tasks such as surveying entire farm properties, conducting soil and irrigation sampling, scheduling pesticide applications, and finding mechanical errors in equipment.Related: The Drone Industry: Thoughts From an OutsiderLarge companies such as Monsanto, John Deere, Bayer, Dow and DuPont are investing in precision farming technologies like software, sensors and aerial-based data.City water districts use aerial imagery to monitor crop production and water supplies and analyze aspects of the water budget. GIS and aerial imagery were used to create models and tools for the Coachella Valley Economic Partnership for examining and assessing the Coachella Valley Aquifer. These maps were used to estimate infiltration as well as change in land cover classifications and water depth surfaces, all visualized in 2D and 3D to find possible trends.As the aerial technology industry matures, it will only become more ubiquitous. The sky covers everything, from emergency response to public transit, oceanic discovery to large-scale farming and property assets. Sure, you’ll still get your package delivered, but the sky is opening up a world of other possibilities. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Register Now »last_img read more

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Google Drive end of support for Windows XP and Vista

first_imgGoogle Drive end of support for Windows XP and Vista by Martin Brinkmann on October 29, 2016 in Companies, Google – Last Update: January 04, 2018 – 8 commentsGoogle announced yesterday that its Google Drive software won’t support Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003 anymore starting January 1, 2017.Google Drive is the company’s official desktop program that enables Google users to manage and sync files between their devices and the Google cloud.Today, we’re announcing that on January 1, 2017 we will discontinue support for the Google Drive desktop app on Windows XP, Vista and Server 2003 since these platforms are no longer actively supported by Microsoft. The Google Drive desktop app (officially: “Google Drive for Mac/PC”) will continue to function on these platforms, but will not be actively tested and maintained.Two things are particularly interesting about the announcement. First, that the programs will continue to work.Google won’t add a kill-switch to those programs or change compatibility information. This means that Windows users on XP, Vista or Server 2003 will be able to continue using the software for the foreseeable future.Google notes that it won’t support, maintain or actively test new releases on these platforms. It seems likely that things will fail to work eventually, but not right away because of that.The second interesting observation is that Google mentions that these platforms are no longer actively supported by Microsoft. While that is indeed the case for Windows XP and Server 2003, it is not for Windows Vista.Windows Vista is in its extended support cycle currently which means that it will receive security updates just like any other supported version of Windows. Vista’s extended support cycle ends in April 2017, but until that day, it is actively supported by Microsoft.Granted, Microsoft has all but forgotten about Vista and ignores it for the most part. Still, security updates are released on each Patch Tuesday, and will be until April 2017.Google recommends that Google Drive users on these platforms “move to a newer version of Windows to continue using” the Google Drive desktop app.Google Drive customers who run unsupported versions of Windows may use third-party clients instead should the official Google Drive desktop program stop working at one point.There is the free version of MultiCloud for instance, and you can always use the web version of Google Drive to manage files. The latter is not super comfortable for large file operations, but it is better than not being able to access the files at all anymore.SummaryArticle NameGoogle Drive end of support for Windows XP and VistaDescriptionGoogle announced yesterday that its Google Drive software won’t support Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003 anymore starting January 1, 2017.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- Why does a 34-year-old gay man from Portugal decide to compete against men as old as 70 for the title of Mister Senior Netherlands 2018?My name is Miguel and this is my story. Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) I have a good life now, and I can ensure that my parents are not starving anymore. Apart from my job as a medical linguist, I have also been working for two years as an actor and commercial model in The Netherlands and in Belgium.Miguel Martins. | Photo: www.fotoserie.netWhat is Mister Senior Netherlands?As a means to make myself better known and get more work in these fields, this year I applied to the Mister Senior Netherlands competition.Mister International Netherlands is a pageant show, now in its fifth year. The winner from the main competition goes on to represent The Netherlands in the worldwide contest next year.However, Mister International Netherlands is only open to people aged under 30.As a response to that, Mister Senior Netherlands was added as a new category this year, for men aged over 30.This is not a gay competition, but it is open for everybody regardless of sexual orientation.So why did I decide to take part?Well, I wanted to champion a pageant where winning is about more than looks.When I saw the slogan for it is ‘More Than Beauty’, I knew that joining this competition was the right thing to do.From our first audition, we were encouraged to be ourselves. They wanted us to not only look pretty and own the catwalk, but also to bring brains, kindness, and inner beauty to the competition. They were judging us regardless of our age or the amount of muscles we have.I don’t think that I am the most gorgeous finalist, but they believed in me and gave me an opportunity. And I intend to make them proud.Being over 30 is ‘old’ on dating appsI also feel it is an opportunity to tackle ageism. And let’s face it, that’s a challenge a lot of gay and bi men come up against.For many years, I tried to find love or at least friendship in dating sites, both straight and gay. But I realized that in general people were not really interested in getting to know me as a person. They would decide whether or not to meet me based on my photos or my ‘stats’.And sometimes being over 30 is more than enough for people to tell you that you’re too old!Nowadays, I don’t have any dating app profiles. I realized that I feel much happier without them. I have been a happy single for several years now. If I meet someone, I want it to be a real person in real life.I hope one less kid will get bullied or feel suicidalMister Senior Netherlands is admittedly a way to build my modeling work. But, more importantly, I want to use this visibility for something greater than myself.Of course, I will try to own that catwalk. But on top of that I always try to be the change that I would like to see in the world, and this is no exception.I wish I had someone there for me when I was growing up, struggling with my feelings, and not being able to talk to anybody.My hope is that one more kid will get help so they don’t get bullied or don’t feel the need to commit suicide. I’m painfully aware of how often that happens. And if I can play a part in stopping it, I will feel like my mission is accomplished.Jung said: ‘I am not what happened to me. I am what I chose to become.’ This is my motto! And it is also the best advice I can give to anyone. Be yourself! Believe in yourself! You have the power to be whoever you want to be. Do it with kindness, and the universe will return it to you.You can find out more about Miguel Martins and his bid to become Mister Senior Netherlands here.Also on Gay Star News:Younger gay guys need to stop thinking of older gay men as creepy and predatory…center_img My neighbors predicted I would turn into an alcoholicI was born in a small village in Portugal. Things were not easy at home. My father used to have a drinking problem, which he managed to conquer recently, and my mother was the only income provider.I grew up in extreme poverty. Our main concern was where to find the money for our next meal.But even more painful than that was the fact that I could hear some of my neighbours say that when I grew up I would be just like my father. They said I would drink, I would have no job, and I would be a nobody.This, believe me, can break a child. But I was no random child. I went door to door telling people God rejects homosexualitySince I can remember, I never felt like I belonged or like there was a place for me. I always felt like an outcast. While my male friends enjoyed playing soccer or with cars, I preferred playing with dolls.And all that felt perfectly fine, until people started telling me that dolls were for girls and I should be playing with cars like the other boys. That’s when for the very first time I asked my mother to give me a car for my birthday instead of a doll.All of a sudden, everybody started giving me cars. I tried my best to enjoy playing with them, but with no success. Cars tended to kill my creativity.It was also around this time that I noticed that, unlike my friends, I felt more attracted to boys than to girls.As a young boy growing in a small village in Portugal 20 years ago, I had to keep those feelings to myself. I could not talk about it to anyone.And when I became more religious at 14 years old, I was taught that being homosexual was wrong and condemned by God.Not only did I believe it, I even went door to door to share my beliefs with other people as an attempt to save them and myself.During those years, I fought those feelings. I was never with another boy, I didn’t even dare to think about it.I was so afraid to step into my first gay barBut three years later I eventually fell in love with a man. And that’s when I couldn’t take it anymore.It wasn’t the physical aspect that I couldn’t handle. That was perfectly under control. What I could not handle were my emotions.I didn’t abandon religion to be with him. In fact, I actually never saw him again. I abandoned religion because that internal fight with myself was too painful and more than a teenager could handle. In the meantime, I turned 18 and moved to Porto to go to university.In Porto I went to a gay bar for the very first time. I remember how afraid I was to go to a place like that. I had no idea what to expect. It felt like my nerves would devour me.Surprisingly it went well. Suddenly I didn’t feel alone or like I had anything to hide. I could be myself.I eventually found the strength to accept myself as a I am and to share it with people around me. It turned out that people around me loved me for who I am. Everybody that mattered supported me.I regret the fact that it took me so many painful years to accept me as I am. I realize now that I was my worst enemy.Their harsh comments have made me succeedIn 2005, against all odds and with a lot of perseverance and hard work, I managed to complete my studies in Modern Languages and Literature.I was the first person in my family to ever achieve something so grand. Now I am very respected by all the people who used to say that I would be a nobody.I’ve got to say I must thank them for those harsh comments. Those comments encouraged and gave me the strength to prove them wrong by showing them that I can be whoever I decide to be.At that time, there were not many job opportunities in Portugal. So, one year after completing my studies, I decided to move to The Netherlands to look for a job and a better life.After a few less interesting jobs in Amsterdam and in Leiden, I eventually  found my dream job as a medical linguist in Maastricht. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Why I sobbed tears of joy when Trinidad and Tobago decriminalized homosexualityThis Spanish gay guy worries his LGBTI-friendly country is going backwardsMeet the gay guy who’s improving Heathrow and the work life of LGBTI folkRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/beauty-pageant-old-gay/last_img read more

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Medical association opposes mini NHS

first_imgThe Cyprus Medical Association will not consent to the introduction of any national health scheme that does not provide for the equal participation of public and private health providers, it has warned.In a statement, the CMA reacted to Health minister Giorgos Pamborides’ announcement of a “mini-NHS” to be introduced in mid-2017, with limited contributions by employees and employers – 1 per cent of wages each – to be applicable only at public hospitals, as a stepping stone to full implementation of a single-payer universal coverage health system.Finance Minister Harris Georgiades, whom Pamborides credited with coming up with the idea, said on Tuesday morning that the measure aims to funnel funds into state hospitals, which are slated to become financially and administratively autonomous as of January 1, 2017.“Such announcements completely contradict the planning for a universal NHS, which stipulated the participation of both the public and private sectors, so that the provision of healthcare to citizens can be unhindered, with the free choice of healthcare facility and practitioner available to all,” the CMA’s statement said.“These announcements are not based on any evidence-backed studies and simply consist of an added arbitrary tax, with no suggestion of the true benefit of such a policy.”The CMA complained that such a derailment from original planning should not have been made without prior consultation of all stakeholders, “especially the Cyprus Medical Association”, when state hospitals are already unable to cope with having to serve 80 per cent of the population.“If the state proceeds to implement such a policy, the healthcare sector will face even more serious problems than it is facing today, and any prospect of growth in the healthcare industry will be buried,” the CMA said.“We state that the CMA will not consent to the introduction of any national health scheme that does not provide for the equal participation of public and private healthcare sector.” You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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