Mumbai: Bollywood actor Boman Irani will be felicitated at the 17th Bollywood Festival in Norway, for his outstanding contribution to Indian cinema. “It is an honour to be awarded for my work at the 17th Bollywood Festival Norway. I am thankful to everyone who has loved my work over the years and has contributed to my success. I am also looking forward to having an interaction with the audience,” the 59-year-old actor said. The actor, who is known for his performance in movies like the Munnabhai series and “3 Idiots” among others, will participate in an interactive session with over 1,000 cinemagoers. The event is scheduled to take place on September 6 in Oslo. On the work front, Boman has quite a few films coming up, including Tarun Mansukhani’s “Drive”, “Housefull 4”, and Kabir Khan’s “83”.
OTTAWA – Canadian soldiers in Iraq have been ordered to temporarily suspend all operations with Iraqi and Kurdish forces following a series of battles between the two groups.The surprise move comes amid accusations Canada and its allies have failed the country over the past three years by ignoring its many political, religious and economic divisions while fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.Canadian special forces have provided training, advice and assistance to both the Iraqi military and Kurdish peshmerga for the last three years as part of the fight against Islamic State militants.But the one-time allies have been fighting each other for more than a week after the Kurds held a controversial independence referendum and Baghdad responded by seizing control of contested territory.Military officials said Friday that the Canadian Forces will continue to support the U.S.-led coalition fighting against ISIL through the provision of medical aid, intelligence and transportation.Canada has about 50 medical personnel and a tactical helicopter detachment in northern Iraq, as well as several dozen intelligence experts, a surveillance aircraft, a transport plane and an air-to-air refueller in Kuwait.But the approximately 200 Canadian special forces in Iraq have been told to sit tight and not provide any training or assistance to Iraqi or Kurdish forces until relations between the two sides improve.“Given the fluidity of the current situation, Canada’s Special Operations Task Force has temporarily suspended the provision of assistance to various elements of Iraqi security forces,” spokesman Col. Jay Janzen said.“Once more clarity exists regarding the interrelationships of Iraqi security forces and the key priorities and tasks going forward, the task force will resume activities.“In the interim, they will continue to monitor the situation and plan for the next potential phases of operational activity.”The entire mission is slated to run until 2019.While Friday’s decision to suspend operations with Kurdish and Iraqi forces was unexpected, the fact the two sides have come to blows has long been predicted.In fact, a senior representative for Iraq’s Kurdish government accused Canada and its allies this week of failing to address the many long-standing divisions that led to ISIL’s birth — and which are threatening to erupt again.While many fear a war between Baghdad and the Kurds, there are also concerns about the slow rate of reconstruction in many Sunni-dominated areas liberated from ISIL and Iran’s growing influence in Baghdad.Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman, the Kurds’ top diplomat in Washington, said it’s past time the international community end its fixation on ISIL and begin to address Iraq’s many underlying problems.“‘We are laser-focused on (ISIL).’ That has been the mantra of the past few years,” Abdul Rahman told The Canadian Press during a visit to Ottawa this week.“But to continue to say we’re laser-focused on (ISIL) is missing the obvious truth of what is happening in Iraq.”That focus was on full display on Oct. 16, when Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan responded to the first outbreak of fighting between Iraqi and Kurdish forces by urging all sides to concentrate on finishing the fight against ISIL.The Liberal government has also refused to comment on Iran’s role in Iraq, including its support for Shiite militia groups that the Kurds and others say are responsible for many of the attacks on the peshmerga.Abdul Rahman urged Canada to speak up loudly and clearly and to use the many tools she says are at its disposal to try to mediate some type of peace between the Kurds and Baghdad, including at the UN.“There are so many things that Canada can do,” she said, “We are appealing to Canada to play that role.”— Follow @leeberthiaume on Twitter.
Fez – Morocco rejected on Tuesday the decision of the Swiss government to accept the accession of the Polisario Front, the separatist movement that calls for the independence of the Western Sahara, to the Geneva Convention.In a letter sent to the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Salaheddine Mezouar, Moroccan Foreign Minister, stressed that “Polisario” is a “secessionist movement established by Algeria to hit the stability of Morocco and its territorial integrity” and should, therefore, not be included as a member of the Geneva Convention 1949.The letter considers the decision of Switzerland “null and void, and unacceptable”. It also criticizes the Swiss government for failing to announce the consideration of its membership to the other members, and for failing to objectively study the legitimacy of any party wishing to join the convention. The letter also described the procedure as “not based on legal grounds and politically dangerous.” Morocco defends its disapproval of the decision by highlighting that the war between the Kingdom on one side, and the Polisario with Algeria on the other side, ended more than twenty five years ago.“The absence of an armed conflict should be sufficient for sponsors to refuse the Polisario Front’s request”.The letter also condemns Switzerland’s portrayal of Sahraoui citizens as being in armed conflict against Morocco and specified that the only legitimate representative of Sahraoui citizens is Morocco. The Polisario, the letter reminded, is not recognized by the United Nations.The Geneva Convention was established after the Second World War to guarantee the humanitarian treatment of war prisoners.Edited by Miriam El Ofir© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permissionThe views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Morocco World News’ editorial policy
She urged Manmohan Singh to take immediate steps to initiate a diplomatic dialogue with the Sri Lankan government to immediately stop the recurrence of such incidents of arrest and harassment of Tamil Nadu fishermen in the Palk bay, which is their traditional fishing ground.Jayalalithaa emphasised that the arrests and detention of fishermen for long periods of time by the Sri Lankan government have created tension and agitation among the fishing community in Tamil Nadu. “A strong message should be delivered through diplomatic channels that India will not tolerate these attacks. Our diplomats in Colombo should take up the matter with the government of Sri Lanka and take concrete steps to secure the immediate release of all the 90 fishermen who are now in Sri Lankan jails.” “The fishermen community in Tamil Nadu, which faces continuous harassment not only by the Sri Lankan Navy but also attacks by Sri Lankan miscreants in the guise of fishermen, now nurses a strong grievance against the government of India that it has forsaken them in a time of crisis and is apathetic to their interests,” she said. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa today requested Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take immediate steps to initiate “coercive diplomacy” against “unfriendly” Sri Lanka that continues to attack Indian fishermen, the IANS news service reported.In a letter to Manmohan Singh Tuesday, the text of which was released to media here, Jayalalithaa, citing the arrest of 20 Indian fishermen by Sri Lanka Aug 3, said: “These continuous attacks and abductions are acts of an unfriendly nation and should be countered effectively by coercive diplomacy.” Jayalalithaa said 70 innocent fishermen from Tamil Nadu languish in Sri Lankan jails.
NEW YORK — CBS chose the middle of the summer for Norah O’Donnell to debut as “CBS Evening News” anchor, so probably should not be surprised that not too many people noticed.The Nielsen company says that 5.24 million people watched her newscast each day on average last week. That’s essentially unchanged from the week before, when CBS was also a distant third in the ratings behind ABC’s “World News Tonight” and NBC’s “Nightly News.”There are different ways to look at the numbers. CBS says last week’s viewership trends up ever-so-slightly compared to the past month. Its rivals point out that the audience is down 5 per cent from the same week a year ago.Either way, O’Donnell has her work cut out for her.The Associated Press
CINCINNATI — Rookie Phillip Lindsay ran for a career-high 157 yards and a pair of touchdowns Sunday as the Denver Broncos adapted to a windy afternoon and got their third straight victory, 24-10 over the Cincinnati Bengals.The Broncos (6-6) have emerged from their bye week and knocked off the Chargers, Steelers and Bengals to stay in contention in December.Denver handled an unseasonably warm day: 66 degrees at kickoff with wind gusts up to 40 mph that redirected kicks and throws. Case Keenum completed 12 of 21 passes for 151 yards, including a 30-yard touchdown pass to Courtland Sutton.Lindsay ran for TDs of 6 yards and 65 yards — the longest of his career — as Denver got up 21-3 in the third quarter and closed it out against the unraveling Bengals (5-7), who lost for the sixth time in seven games. Lindsay’s two touchdowns matched his career high.Lindsay also became the first undrafted rookie in Broncos history to top 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in a season.The Bengals’ season continues to implode under 16th-year coach Marvin Lewis, who has also co-ordinated the defence in the last three losses. The crowd of 44,392 was the smallest at Paul Brown Stadium since 2011.The Bengals lost Andy Dalton to a torn ligament in his passing thumb last week. Jeff Driskel made his first NFL start Sunday and went 25 of 38 for 236 yards with a touchdown, an interception, a fumble and four sacks.Standout receiver A.J. Green returned after missing three games with an injured toe on his right foot, hoping to give the Bengals’ offence a lift, but he lasted only one quarter. Green reinjured the foot while running a route and came off the field for perhaps the last time this season, slamming his helmet on the ground before leaving on a cart.Cincinnati was penalized eight times in the first half, its most in an opening half since 2009.INJURIESBroncos: LB Brandon Marshall was inactive for the fourth straight game with a knee injury. He practiced last week and was listed as questionable. CB Chris Harris Jr. hurt his lower right leg in the first quarter. DE Derek Wolfe suffered a rib injury in the second quarter.Bengals: LB Vontaze Burfict suffered a concussion in the second half.UP NEXTBroncos: play at the 49ers next Sunday.Bengals: play at the Chargers next Sunday.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/tag/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLJoe Kay, The Associated Press
Members of the United State’s men’s national soccer team like to think of Crew Stadium as home. The American’s most recent visit to Columbus is yet another example of why there’s no place like home. The U.S. improved its all-time record at Crew Stadium to 6-0-3 with a 1-0 win against Jamaica in a 2014 World Cup qualifying match Tuesday. American forward Herculez Gomez struck a set-piece goal in the 55th minute to give the Americans a lead it wouldn’t relinquish. U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard also helped keep a shutout intact for the Americans, who avenged their 2-1 loss to Jamaica on Friday in Kingston, Jamaica. With the win, the U.S. moves into a three-way tie for first-place in its World Cup qualifying group with Jamaica and Guatemala. The Guatemalans defeated Antigua and Barbuda Tuesday, 1-0, to keep pace in the group, from which only the top two teams can advance in World Cup qualifying. The Americans will resume World Cup qualifying Oct. 12 with a game against the group’s last-place team, Antigua and Barbuda, in St. John’s, Antigua. Crew Stadium was a powder keg and the U.S. came close to lighting the fuse numerous times in the first half. Chance after chance went just wide of Jamaican keeper Dwayne Miller’s goal. American midfielder Graham Zusi set the tone for the first half when he clanked an 18-yard shot off the upper right corner of Miller’s goal, which was besieged in the first half. All told, three U.S. shots caromed off the posts of Miller’s net by the time 30 minutes had passed. Other U.S. attempts whistled wide as the American fans standing on temporary bleachers waited to erupt. Howard, by comparison, wasn’t tested once in the opening half, and his teammates kept the pressure up on the other end of the field, outshooting Jamaica, 8-0, in the opening 45 minutes. Jamaica was barely hanging on, but the Americans weren’t able to break through and the teams went to half in a scoreless tie. Fans remained at a roar as the second half began and before long, the moment the entire stadium had been waiting for finally arrived in the 55th minute. After the U.S. earned a free kick from about 25 yards out, Gomez stepped to the ball and bent his kick around a wall of Jamaican defenders. Miller made a full-stretch lunge to save the shot, but could only manage to get part of his left hand on Gomez’s rip from distance. The white twine of the net rippled and Gomez had put the U.S. up, 1-0, to spark Crew Stadium to life. From there on out, it was all defense for the U.S. and few additional offensive chances. Howard and his backline of defenders managed to deal with Jamaica’s three second-half shot. In the midfield, Jermaine Jones, a dual citizen of America and Germany, pushed and muscled his way around the field to stop the Jamaican attacks. Jamaica never had a shot on goal. In the 82nd minute, Howard skied to tip a seemingly threatening corner kick away from the mouth of his goal, and most of the 23,881 still in attendance roared with approval. Jamaica, nicknamed the “Reggae Boyz,” wouldn’t mount another serious attack. After three minutes of extra time, Honduran referee Jose Pineda blew his whistle to end the game and send the packed stadium into one final frenzied cheer.
Earlier in the year, when Archos brought the Archos 7 Home Tablet to market, we noted its attractive price but some of you questioned its skimpy features. Apparently Archos got the message, and has announced the Archos 70 Internet Tablet, complete with a 250GB hard drive, 7-inch screen, and 1GHz processor under the hood. The Archos 70 will run Android 2.2 “Froyo” and support 720p HD video playback. The tablet will be a half-inch thick and weigh in at 14-ounces, making it thin and relatively light, considering the physical hard drive inside. Archos says the device will have HDMI out, and support Flash. Archos has also given a number of Android apps a facelift for the tablet form factor, and will give you access to the AppsLib as opposed to the Android App Market, and come with its own music and media player, as opposed to the recently leaked update to the pre-installed one.All of the features in the Archos 70 will come at a price though; this 7-inch tablet will set you back $349.99 at retail, and is available to purchase at Archos’ Web site. The tablet will also be on the show floor at ces 2010 in Las Vegas next week.
Méningite : un cas dans les ArdennesFrance – Une méningite foudroyante vient d’être diagnostiquée chez un habitant de Charleville-Mézières. Lundi, un homme âgé d’une cinquantaine d’années vivant à Charleville-Mézières a appelé de lui-même les pompiers. Une fois admis à l’hôpital Manchester, des examens ont confirmé un cas de méningite.À lire aussi”Aider à mourir” plutôt que de “laisser mourir”Le patient vit seul. Néanmoins, les autorités sont à la recherche de “cas-contact”. Ce sont toutes les personnes qui, ces dix derniers jours, ont pu se trouver à moins de un mètre du malade et s’entretenir avec lui pendant plus d’une heure. Ces personnes sont invitées à se rendre de toute urgence chez un médecin, pour qu’il procède à un examen et prescrive un traitement préventif adapté. La méningite est une infection des méninges. Elle se caractérise par des maux de tête, des vomissements, une fièvre, une intolérance à la lumière, etc. Son symptôme le plus distinctif est une raideur de la nuque. Elle peut avoir des conséquences très graves quand elle est d’origine bactérienne, surtout chez les personnes les plus fragiles. Le 11 août 2010 à 12:40 • Emmanuel Perrin
Two Vancouver veterans who were captured by German soldiers during World War II will be special guests at Saturday’s local observance of National POW/MIA Recognition Day.U.S. Army veterans Dale Bowlin and Gene Liggett will be on hand. Bowlin was taken prisoner on Feb. 21, 1945. Later that day, while in German custody, he was hit by artillery from his own unit and almost bled to death. He lost his left leg while in a German hospital. He was freed by a French army unit on April 23, 1945.Liggett, a forward artillery observer, was captured by the Germans in September 1944. Liggett and four other soldiers escaped and reached American troops on May 6, 1945.The program begins at 11 a.m. at the Armed Forces Reserve Center, 15005 N.E. 65th St., near Fourth Plain Boulevard and Ward Road in Orchards.In the center’s assembly hall, the two veterans will display some mementos they brought back from the war in Europe. Bowlin’s keepsakes include a New Testament his parents gave him before he went to war. It was small enough to fit into a soldier’s breast pocket — and with a steel cover, the hope was that it could stop a bullet.
Patancheru: Student leaders on Sunday planted fruit and flower-bearing plants in local BC Boys Hostel along with several youngsters. The leaders included district BC students Association president Balram, Navabharatnirman Yuva Sena district president Mettu Sridhar. Balram and Sridhar said that they had explained to students the importance of tree plantation in view of the unprecedented depletion of groundwater levels. They said it was high time for people to realise the serious situation, otherwise the future generations would face severe hardship.
Prothom Alo File PhotoQuota protesters demanding gazette notification in line with the prime minister’s pledge, will hold demonstration on Dhaka University campus on Sunday.They said there will be no classes and examinations at all universities across the country till 1:00pm on Sunday as part of their demonstration.Leaders of Sadharan Chhatra Odhikar Songrokkhon Parishad (General Students Rights Protection Council), the platform that initiated the demonstration for quota reforms in public services, announced the programme at a press conference in front of the central library of Dhaka University on Saturday.”The demonstrators are being harrassed. The police personnel are trying to arrest them in Cumilla and Rangpur. The students will not sit idle if such attempts continue,” the council’s convenor Hasan Al Mamun said.He demanded release of the demonstrators who were arrested and condemned terrorist attacks on protesters.The terrorists allegedly attacked the home of the council’s joint convenor Jasim Uddin and roughed up his family members.”We will not leave the streets until the gazette notification (abolising quota system) is issued,” said the council’s joint convenor Faruk Hassan.At the height of quota protests, prime minister Sheikh Hasina announced in parliament on 11 April that there would be no quota from now on.The public administration ministry has recently sent a proposal to the prime minister, to constitute a committee for recommending measures on whether quota system would be abolished or amended.
Darjeeling: The final tally of candidates in the poll fray from the Darjeeling constituency now stands at 16. Owing to the number of candidates, two balloting units of the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) have to be placed in each polling booth of the constituency.21 persons had filed their nominations for the Darjeeling constituency seat. During scrutiny, the candidature of Maheswari Barman and Wajed Ali, both independent candidates, was rejected. While Barman did not deposit DCR cash, Ali’s papers were incomplete. Meanwhile, three candidates, namely Pawan Agarwal, R B Rai and Swaraj Thapa, have withdrawn their nominations. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata”We have 16 candidates in this constituency and hence two balloting units will be provided in each booth,” stated Joyoshi Das Gupta, District Election Officer and District Magistrate. There are 1,899 booths in the constituency. Election symbols for the candidates were also allotted on Friday. The day also saw CPRM candidate RB Rai and independent candidate Swaraj Thapa withdrawing their nominations. While talking to media persons, Thapa stated: “My nomination was a symbolic protest against the idea of repeatedly foisting outsiders for the Darjeeling Lok Sabha constituency.” Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateHe added that after he had filed his candidature, he had taken up the exercise to unite the Hill regional parties and decide on a consensus candidate from the candidates who were in the poll fray. “I had approached all regional parties along with the Congress and CPI(M). However, owing to time constraint, this could not materialise,” said Thapa. Nearly a month ago, the CPRM, while still in the exercise to unite the Hill regional parties and field a consensus candidate, had unilaterally announced the name of R B Rai. “Just to save a fractured mandate we withdrew our candidate. We are holding dialogues with national parties and regional parties. In the next few days we will announce our support to a party or coalition,” stated Govind Chettri, CPRM spokesperson.
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