Several parts of north India continued to reel under scorching heat on Wednesday with Jammu recording its season’s hottest day at over 40 degrees Celsius, according to the Met office. Heat wave was observed at isolated places in west Rajasthan where Sri Ganganagar became the hottest place at a maximum of 45.6 degrees Celsius. Churu, known for its extreme weather conditions, recorded a maximum of 44.5 degrees, becoming the second hottest place in the State. The maximum temperature recorded in Jammu was 40.1 degrees — 3.3 notches above the normal during this time of the season. Several parts of Himachal Pradesh also reeled under scorching heat with Una recording a high of 41 degrees.
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TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Arsenal striker Lacazette opens door to MLS moveby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is open to a move to MLS.Lacazette has bagged seven goals so far this campaign and appears happy in north London.There is no suggestion he wants to leave nor is there that the club are considering offloading the clinical finisher.But after Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Fulham on Tuesday, Lacazette hinted at a future destination once his Gunners contract is up.Compatriot Chris Mavinga, who has played with Lacazette through the France youth set-up, was watching from the stands.Midway through the game, the Toronto defender tweeted a picture of his view, saying: “Scouting day at emirates stadium .. next challenge trying to bring @LacazetteAlex in @torontofc @mls.”Lacazette then replied to his friend, posting two shrug emojis and a smirking emoji, saying: “Ahaha maybe in the future.” read more
Visitors will soon be able to immerse themselves in the historyand culture of Cape Breton’s Celtic music at a new Celtic MusicInterpretive Centre in Judique. The province is investing $200,000 toward the development of the interpretive centre. The one-time grant will be applied toconstructing an energy-efficient building, and developinginterpretive exhibits. “Cape Breton is widely known as being a home to Celtic cultureand music. This new centre will be an important new attractionwhere visitors can experience our culture in an educational andentertaining manner,” Rodney MacDonald, Minister of Tourism,Culture and Heritage said today, April 4. The new interpretive centre will offer interactive tours, livemusic and step-dancing demonstrations, workshops, specialinterpretive performances of Celtic music, and an archive andresource library. “This new centre will not only be a showcase for our history andculture, it will be a model of energy efficiency,” said EnergyMinister Cecil Clarke. “The best time to incorporate energysaving features into a home or building is during design andconstruction. I’m pleased that the province is investing inmaking this new interpretive centre a modern, energy-efficientfacility.” Nova Scotia’s 2005 Tourism Plan identified the need to havecultural and heritage attractions come to life for visitorsthrough enhanced interpretation and hands-on activities. The project will be managed by the Celtic Music InterpretiveCentre Society. The society preserves, promotes and collectsinformation on Celtic music in Cape Breton. “Visitors today want to understand and experience the life andculture of the places they visit,” said Larry Graham, presidentof the society. “This new centre will bring visitors to the heart of Celtic music in Cape Breton.” Today’s investment is part of $15 million in funding announced byMr. MacDonald in December 2004. That funding is designed to helpboost Nova Scotia’s tourism industry in the areas of marketing,product development, and regional tourism initiatives. TOURISM, CULTURE AND HERITAGE–Celtic Music and Heritage To ComeAlive in Judique read more
A boy who filled a 13-metre container with school supplies for an impoverished African country, a girl who made a courageous and symbolic stand against bullying and a teenager who devised a plan to connect student volunteers with charities eager for help are among the winners of Nova Scotia’s first Power of Positive Change Awards. Ten Nova Scotia students, who range in age from nine to 18, were honoured by Premier Rodney MacDonald and Education Minister Judy Streatch at a ceremony at Province House today, June 16. “Our youth are our greatest asset, our most powerful vehicle for positive change in a world that needs their idealism, their energy and their sense of purpose,” said Premier MacDonald. “It is an honour to recognize their incredible achievements with these awards.” The Premier’s Power of Positive Change Awards recognizes public school students who demonstrate leadership organizing a school or community activity or show exemplary behaviour promoting positive attitudes. Recipients receive a certificate of recognition from the premier and a $2,000 bursary toward post-secondary education or training. The recipients for the 2009 awards were selected from almost 100 nominations. “We received many excellent and worthy nominations from students all across Nova Scotia,” said Ms. Streatch. “I am so impressed by the many young people who devote their time, energy and passion to making a real difference in their schools and in the wider community, not only here at home but around the world.” The Premier’s Power of Positive Change Award was launched by the premier last September in recognition of two Nova Scotia high school students, Travis Price and David Sheppard, who caught the public’s attention with a pink t-shirt crusade in support of a bullied student. read more
Dame Judi Dench has agreed to become a Patron of the ‘Bomber Command Upkeep Club’, in order to help honour the bravery of the Bomber Command and the sacrifice of the 55,573 men who gave their lives for the freedom of others.Launched by the RAF Benevolent Fund, the club is named after Barnes Wallis’ famous bouncing bomb, “Upkeep”, used in the great Dambuster Raid of May 1943.Dame Judi Dench visits the Bomber Command Memorial in LondonDame Judi Dench said: “I am delighted to become a Patron of the Upkeep Club. The Bomber Command Memorial, which so nobly honours the sacrifice of the fallen aircrew, has already become a place of pilgrimage for relatives and former acquaintances of the ‘Bomber Boys’ lost during the Second World War.“Veterans and widows, often having travelled thousands of miles, are reminded of treasured friendships and past romance, so prematurely ended, so fondly recalled. Through membership of the Upkeep Club, people can directly support the commemoration of those who died for our individual and national freedoms.”Air Marshal Chris Nickols, Controller of the RAF Benevolent Fund said: “As the proud guardian of the Bomber Command Memorial, the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is committed to ensuring that the remarkable bravery and sacrifice of the young aircrew, who gave their lives defending our freedom during the Second World War, will always be remembered. To this end, we need to raise £1.5 million to ensure that the Memorial can be preserved for future generations. We’re delighted to announce that Dame Judi Dench has agreed to become a Patron of the Bomber Command Memorial Upkeep Club and we hope it inspires many more to join.”To learn more about how you can help, visit the Upkeep Club webpage. read more
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Police and soldiers from the UN peacekeeping mission (MINUSTAH) and Haitian national police (PNH), who are often the first responders, are being trained to tackle the problem and ensure medical services for victims, the top UN official in Haiti told the Security Council today.“I remain concerned by the situation in the camps where vulnerable groups, particularly women and children, are at risk of sexual and gender-based violence,” MINUSTAH head Edmond Mulet said, outlining steps taken since the drafting last month of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s latest report on the impoverished nation, which he was presenting to the 15-member body.“We have also launched a public information campaign on the prevention of and response to rape,” he added, noting that a 200-strong UN police unit continues to maintain a permanent presence in six high risk camps sheltering 135,000 people and carries out daily patrols in 70 other priority camps.“I must stress that it is impossible to assure complete security coverage in the 1,300 camps, given the available PNH and MINUSTAH forces at hand,” he warned.Touching on the points Mr. Ban raised in his report, Mr. Mulet stressed the need to carry out “credible and legitimate” presidential and legislative elections on 28 November with the maximum popular participation despite “the fragile political context and difficult humanitarian situation.”He noted the logistical and security assistance that MINUSTAH was providing. The security situation remains generally calm, although it is still fragile.“Institutional weakness, combined with the displaced persons’ camps, the resurgence of gang activity and the characteristic instability of the Haitian electoral season, contribute to creating a volatile security environment,” he said.While the return to their homes of those displaced by the quake remained slow and tens of thousands of buildings needed major work or were beyond repair, Mr. Mulet called for a balance between providing services in the camps encouraging the displaced to return to their communities by providing basic services there, such as health and education. He also appealed for an end to forced evictions to protect the rights of the quake’s most vulnerable victims. The UN and its partners plan to provide 139,000 solid transitional shelters by the middle of next year, he added.Only $506 million, or 18.9 per cent of the international assistance promised for 2010, has so far been provided. “Now that there are several projects awaiting financing, I appeal to donors to disburse the promised funds speedily,” he said.MINUSTAH, with nearly 12,000 military and police personnel currently deployed around the country, has been on the ground since mid-2004 after then president Jean-Bertrand Aristide went into exile amid violent unrest. 13 September 2010The United Nations has launched a new operation to combat rape and gender violence in Haiti, where some 1.3 million people were made homeless by January’s devastating earthquake, with the majority still living in camps. read more
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) today expressed concern about the so-called “NGO Transparency law” in Israel, saying it would disproportionately affect non-governmental organizations working on human rights and contribute to their de-legitimization.“Given the recent attacks against civil society organizations in Israel by public officials and some specific groups, we fear that this law will have a chilling effect on human rights defenders and their legitimate and extremely valuable contribution to the human rights debate in Israel, including those challenging the Israeli Government’s policy on the occupied Palestinian territory,” Ravina Shamdasani, a spokesperson for OHCHR, said at a press briefing in Geneva.The new law, passed by the Israeli Parliament or Knesset on 11 July, demands that all NGOs receiving more than one-half of their finances from foreign governments or organizations to specify details about the source of funding in their publications and in communications with civil servants or elected officials.Ms. Shamdasani said that same reporting is not required of NGOs funded by other foreign sources that are not classified as political entities or by private donors.“While this new law has been described as an effort to increase transparency in the NGO sector, it will disproportionately affect NGOs working on human rights, as confirmed by recent research undertaken by the Israeli Ministry of Justice itself,” she added.The OHCHR spokesperson also cautioned that the law will contribute to the de-legitimization of human rights NGOs in Israel, notably by branding them “foreign agents.”In late June, three UN human rights experts had expressed grave concern that the then proposed legislation would subject human rights NGOs to harsh penalties for violations and delegitimizing them publicly.Ms. Shamdasani noted that “many” NGOs in Israel, including ones not themselves affected by the law, had strongly criticized it, as had UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the European Union and individual donor governments.“We urge the Government to listen to these extremely valid concerns and take them into consideration,” she concluded. read more
Martha Kearney experienced “horrible and humiliating” sexual harassment as young reporter, she has revealed. The Today Programme presenter, now 60, said that in her early career as a journalist in Westminster she experienced groping, which she was afraid to report. “I didn’t complain. It was the world of work, the rough and tumble of the newsroom. The young women I work with at Today have zero tolerance. I hope #MeToo will make a difference,” she told the Radio Times. She said she regretted never speaking out about the harassment because she was too intimidated by her senior colleagues. “I wish I’d felt stronger, less intimidated, but in my 20s, bosses were powerful people,” she said, rejecting the idea that such an experience could be “character-forming”. She also said that the Today programme, which she joined in April from the World at One, had a “spirit of camaraderie”. “When I’ve looked slightly rabbit-in-the-headlights, or I’ve not had my script to hand, they have stepped in for me,” she added. The programme has been criticised for its confrontational style, particularly in relation to senior presenter John Humphrys. But Ms Kearney said the controversial presenter had been “very helpful” when she started the new role, though she disputed the idea that she had been hired to make the show gentler. She added that she believed the BBC was “moving in the right direction” in terms of equal pay for male and female presenters. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “I’ve done enough stories about equal pay over the years for Woman’s Hour to know about the structural problems there are, and the need to make workplaces more family-friendly and so on, but there’s something else going on, I think it’s unconscious bias at all large organisations,” she said. “I think we wait and see what happens and whether the BBC makes good on its promises.”The corporation was embroiled in controversy last year when it published pay details of its most highly-paid staff, which showed that a third of top earners were female and the top seven were all male.In the wake of the scandal several presenters, including Humphrys, who was previously paid £600,000 and £649,999 in 2016/17, have agreed to take pay cuts. Kearney also appeared on the list of high earners, in the £200,000-£249,999 bracket, the same as fellow Today presenter Mishal Husain. The #MeToo movement, which grew out of allegations of abuse made against powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, has engulfed several industries, with sexual harassment allegations surfacing in media, journalism and arts circles. read more
Following an intervention by Cathaoirleach of Bray Town Council Cllr Mick Glynn, the two women and their families will stay in temporary accommodation paid for by a third party until Tuesday, when they will return to Bray Town Council offices for discussions with officials.Bray Town Council would like to extend their thanks to An Garda Siochana for their help over the last 24 hours. Read: Women continue sleep-in protest at Bray Town Council over homelessnessRead: Two women ‘locked in’ at Bray Town Council offices after protesting their homelessness A PROTEST AT Bray Town Council has been resolved this evening.Two women and a councillor staged a sleep-in protest at Bray Town Council after arriving at the offices yesterday evening demanding that their housing situations be addressed.The women and their children had recently become homeless in separate cases in the past number of weeks. After presenting to the council, they were directed to the homeless shelter in Rathdrum, Co Wicklow.However, the women say the open shelter – which only offers shared facilities – is mostly frequented by single men, some of whom have substance and other problems, and is not a suitable place for their young children.They arrived at the council yesterday evening, demanding that their families be provided with safe emergency accommodation until a long-term solution to their recent homelessness could be established. They refused to return their children to the shelter and said they would not leave the offices until the matter was resolved.Sinn Féin councillor John Brady also stayed at the council offices in support of the women last night.In a statement this evening, Bray Town Council said: read more
Fifth-graders will team with local mayors Thursday in Vancouver’s observance of Flag Day.The event will be from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Parade Ground bandstand, across from the Grant House, 1101 Officers Row.Dressed in 18th-century costumes, fifth-graders from Marshall Elementary School will discuss the meaning of the flag from the perspective of American Revolution-era citizens. Sunset Elementary fifth-graders will challenge Clark County’s mayors to a history quiz.All of the students will judge the third annual Mayors of Clark County Patriotic Tie Competition.The National Pause for the Pledge will be led by Lt. Col. J.D. Litton, deputy commander of the Army Reserve’s 2nd Brigade, 95th Division, based at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Vancouver.Litton was part of the team that planned the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq. He was awarded the Bronze Star and Meritorious Service Medal.The event is formally known as the Flag Day Ceremony Presented by Veolia Water. It is organized by the Fort Vancouver National Trust. read more
Nelson: “We know all of our schools are safe, all the occupants, and all of that. We want to ensure there isn’t any hidden structural damage or anything that might cause a major repair.” The Kenai Peninsula was very fortunate to not have as severe of damage as seen in the Anchorage area, but officials are still working to survey borough buildings to ensure continued safety. According to Nelson they are coordinating the assessment of damage for potential assistance to individual property owners. If you have damage to private property, report it as soon as possible to the Office of Emergency Management at http://www.kpb.us/emergency. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The 7.0 earthquake struck at 8:29 a.m., on Friday, and caused property and infrastructure damage. Almost a week later and agencies are still working to assess just how much damage was caused. Dan Nelson, Emergency Manager with the Borough Office of Emergency Management: “The borough is right now doing its recovery process, which mainly includes going back and doing full structural assessments of all of our facilities and schools.” read more
The Graduate, a movie by Mike Nichols, was nominated for seven Academy Awards and won the 40th Academy Award for Best Picture/Best Director. It was released on 22 December 1967, and it is one of the most important movies of the late 1960s as well as one of the most beloved American films of all time.The movie is based on the 1963 novel of the same name by Charles Webb, who wrote it after graduating from Williams College, just like the main character Benjamin Braddock, played by Dustin Hoffman.Photo by Getty ImagesAt the time it was an extremely uncommon Hollywood picture that the audience found to be fearless, forward, and even lurid.The plot is fixated upon a dubiously erotic triangle: a nonchalant college grad (Hoffman), sexually aroused and alcoholic housewife – Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft), and her ingénue daughter – Elaine (Katherine Ross) who is oblivious to her mother’s ways.Anne Bancroft portrayed Mrs. Robinson in The GraduateIt is Hoffman’s screen debut that earned him a nomination for Best Actor at the Academy Awards. However, the movie wouldn’t be as brilliant if it weren’t for the soundtrack.The director, Mike Nichols was a great fan of Simon & Garfunkel’s music and convinced them to allow the use of a few of their songs in his upcoming movie.They agreed and Nichols used three of their existing songs: “The Sound of Silence,” “Scarborough Fair/Canticle” and “April Come She Will,” but he needed at least one more song.Garfunkel, left, with Paul Simon, right, performing as Simon & Garfunkel. Photo by Eddie Mallin CC BY-SA 2.0He asked Paul Simon to contribute a new song for the soundtrack but the duo was too busy touring. Simon offered Nichols an unfinished “song about times past – about Mrs. Roosevelt and Joe DiMaggio and stuff”.Originally, the song was titled “Mrs. Roosevelt” and had nothing to do with the plot of the movie. “Mrs. Roosevelt” was a tribute to the former First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, or a personified tribute to the passing of a more innocent era i.e. the 1950s and the breakthrough of the baby boomer generation.Eleanor Roosevelt walking Fala (1947)Just as Paul Simon explained in an interview for The New York Times, years later, he didn’t mean the lyrics of the song literally.Joe DiMaggio was quite present on the field and in the media when Simon wrote the line “Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio,” but he thought of the baseball player as an “American hero and that, genuine heroes were in short supply”.DiMaggio kisses his bat in 1941, the year he hit safely in 56 consecutive games.Nichols asked Simon to simply change the name of the song into “Mrs. Robinson”. The lyrics remained the same, and with the new title, the song fitted perfectly in the movie.Simon & Garfunkel’s iconic soundtrack was aimed to gently touch and exploit the youth culture. And indeed proved to be an integral part of the storytelling process of the movie. It also brought the music of Simon & Garfunkel to a wider audience.Simon & Garfunkel in the Netherlands 1982. Photo by Nationaal Archief CC BY-SA 3.0“Mrs. Robinson” became the first rock song to win the 11th Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1969 and hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100.The song was not only popular in the states but worldwide, and it has been covered by many artists including Frank Sinatra, the Lemonheads, and Bon Jovi.As written by Rolling Stone magazine, “Nichols became close friends with the duo and cast them both in his 1970 movie Catch-22, though he cut Paul’s part shortly before filming. Art remained in the picture, refusing to drop out just because Paul lost the job.This didn’t sit well with Simon, and both parties now claim the ensuing fight was a key factor in their split.” Read another story from us: 10 Classic Movies Which Almost Had Totally Different Leading StarsThe Graduate soundtrack has endured throughout the last five decades as well as reaching generations of new listeners. They might not know of the movie, or Joe DiMaggio, or Eleanor Roosevelt, but they still love and sing the song “Mrs. Robinson”. read more
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