Varsity to act over incorrect info on JU VC in Google search

first_imgKolkata: The authorities of Jadavpur University has stumbled upon a peculiar problem as the Wikipedia option in google search engine designates varsity vice chancellor with a different name and a Hindi film dialogue beside his name.The Information Technology cell of the university has been asked to enquire into the matter. A senior official of the university said that there is nothing wrong with VC Suranjan Das’s name in the original website of JU or in the independent Wikipedia but when someone goes in the google search bar and types “Jadavpur University Wikipedia” the search leads to a different name of Das and a Hindi film dialogue in bracket written beside that name. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja “It is very strange. But, as soon as the matter came to my notice on Friday I immediately asked our IT cell to look into the matter. They have been asked to probe the matter and submit a report which they will be doing soon. After examining the report we will take the decision about complaining to the Cyber Cell of Kolkata Police,” said Chiranjib Bhattacharjee, Pro vice-chancellor of adavpur University . It is learnt that Bhattacharjee has already spoken with Das and the latter has urged him to do the needful. The university has tried to rectify the blooper but had failed to do so. There has been more than one occasion when in December 2014 and April 2015, the website of JU was hacked. Things were sorted out in consultation with the IT cell of the varsity.last_img read more

BAHAMAS JCNs Tourism Symposium Featured Tourism Minister DAguilar

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, February 24, 2018 – Nassau – Minister of Tourism & Aviation, the Hon. Dionisio D’Aguilar took part in a Jones Communication Network (JCN) Tourism Symposium special feature last evening, February 20, 2018 along with a panel who discussed all aspects of the tourism economy.  Pictured during the production, from left: Graeme Davis, president, Baha Mar Resort; Minister D’Aguilar; Wendall Jones of JCN; Fred Munnings, Jr., Bahamian music icon; and Ed Fields, senior vice-president, Atlantis Paradise Island.(BIS Photo/Kemuel Stubbs) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img

Escondido Police seek help identifying woman burglar

first_imgVideo Playerhttp://www.kusi.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Woman-Burglar-Video.mp4Media error: Format(s) not supported or source(s) not foundmejs.download-file: http://www.kusi.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Woman-Burglar-Video.mp4?_=100:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.On 03/19/2018, the Escondido Police Department responded to reports of commercial burglaries at two local jewelry stores.  In both incidents, as many as ten suspects entered into the jewelry stores at one time.  Upon entering the store, the large group of suspects work to distract the store employees.  Once the employees are distracted, a female suspect sneaks into the rear of the business, searching for loose gold and jewelry.These groups are organized, sophisticated and operate in a structured manner to further their criminal behavior.We believe that these same suspects have targeted other businesses throughout the region and have been successful in stealing thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry.  These suspects are believed to be travelling in a silver mini-van, possibly a Honda Odyssey.Escondido Police detectives are seeking assistance with the identification of these suspects.  Please contact the Escondido Police Detective Mike Martinez at (760) 839-4739 if you may have information on these suspects.  Anonymous tips can be left by calling our Tip Line at 760-743-TIPS (8477). Posted: March 21, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Escondido Police seek help identifying woman burglar Updated: 11:26 AMcenter_img March 21, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom last_img read more

Man stabbed during fight at Oceanside Convenience store

first_img OCEANSIDE (KUSI) – A fight between two men at a North County convenience store escalated Friday into a stabbing that left one of them hospitalized and the other under arrest, police said.The 9:30 a.m. fracas happened at the ampm [sic] minimart in the 1500 block of Melrose Drive, Oceanside police Lt. Kedrick Sadler said.Following the stabbing, the assailant allegedly fled on foot; medics took the victim to a trauma center, where he was admitted in stable condition with wounds to his upper body, according to Sadler.Officers searched the area with help from a sheriff’s patrol helicopter, eventually finding the suspect at a business in the 700 block of North Avenue in Vista, several blocks south from the assault.The alleged assailant, whose name was not immediately available, was taken into custody without incident about 11:15 a.m., the lieutenant said.It was unclear what sparked the violence. January 4, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: January 4, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Man stabbed during fight at Oceanside Convenience storelast_img read more

VIDEO Esquires MiniMovie iPad Covers

first_img September Is Becoming Just Another Month for Fashion Magazines Sandow’s Success Is Anything but Traditional BabyCenter Sold to Ziff Davis Parent J2 Global | News & Notes Shanker Out, Litterick In as CEO of EnsembleIQ TIME Names New Sales, Marketing Leads | People on the Move Sister PublicationsAdMonstersAdExchangerPR NewsThe Social Shake-UpCynopsis AboutAbout UsMedia KitAdvertisePrivacy Policy Receive the latest news, trends and best practices! Oct. 29-31, 2019 / The Folio: Show / NYC Oct. 30, 2019 / Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Awards Gala / NYC Oct. 31, 2019 / Folio: 100 & Rising Stars Celebration / NYC Get Folio: E-Letters The Folio: ShowOverviewBe InvolvedSponsorshipsRegister NowEddie & Ozzie Awards Experience Folio:AwardsEventsJob BoardWebinars Thursday October 31, 10:35 am Defining and Refining Your Marketing Service Strategy to Maximize Profits OCTOBER 29-31, 2019 | NEW YORK CITY Want to learn more? Don’t miss this session at The Folio: Show! Meet the Author Trending Receive the latest news, trends and best practices! Featured JobsAssociate Editor – Gulfstream Media Group – Fort Lauderdale, FLCost editor associate, GHSCO – Chemonics – Arlington, VABusiness Reporter/Editor – National Association of Realtors – Washington, DCSearch JobsPost A Job At the MPA Digital E-Reading event yesterday, several publishers shared “Two-Minute Drilldowns” of some of their best app ideas. Esquire associate editor Julian Sancton shared how the magazine has turned some of its iPad covers into almost “mini-movies,” including live action direction of its subjects, such as “Sexiest Woman Alive” Minka Kelly doing her thing and actor Liam Neeson (a former boxer) throwing a couple shots at the cover/screen. (Sorry about the obligatory sponsor message but it’s worth the wait.)Necessary? Probably not. Fun? Absolutely. Esquire, by the way, picked up the Digital Ellie for “Best Mobile Edition.” Get Folio: E-Letters More on this topic Time Magazine Content Now Restricted Online Magazine Publishers & The iPad: An Unrequited Love A Reality Check For Magazine Sales On the iPad Digital Editions Briefs | 5.24.12 Photo-Driven, Multiple-Element Magazines a ‘Tough Nut’ on E-Readers Digital Magazines News Wire | The iPad Edition | 08.30.10Just In Shanker Out, Litterick In as CEO of EnsembleIQ Meredith Corp. Makes Digital-Side Promotions | People on the Move PE Firm Acquires Majority Stake in Industry Dive Four More Execs Depart SourceMedia in Latest Restructuring The Atlantic Names New Global Marketing Head | People on the Move Editor & Publisher Magazine Sold to Digital Media ConsultantPowered by Upgrade Your Inbox Activate Folio: newsletters for the news, emerging trends and best practices you need to succeed.Sign Up Today Matt Kinsman © 2019 Access Intelligence, LLC – All Rights Reserved. UPCOMING Subscribe Now Learn More Subscribe Now last_img read more

Jewish Community Center In Houston Responds To NonCredible Bomb Threat

first_imgwikimediaThe Jewish Community Center in Southwest Houston is one of the latest Jewish centers threatened with violence.Early Monday, the Evelyn Rubenstein JCC of Houston received a threatening phone call. The center reported the threat as “non-credible” but staff enacted their emergency plan and police are checking the facilities.“We want to assure you that the Evelyn Rubenstein JCC of Houston and our staff are completely committed and trained to ensure the safety of our members and community,” the center wrote in a security update. “The security of our families, our community and the staff remains of the utmost importance to us.”In recent weeks, there’s been a wave of false bomb threats made to Jewish community centers across the United States, including centers in Alabama, Kansas and Minnesota.The JCC in Houston said that in response to these threats, it’s been working closely with its own security officers, local law enforcement and national security agencies to understand the situation and keep the facility and community members safe. Sharelast_img read more

Bleached anemones found to stress fish living in them

first_imgA team of researchers with the University of Glasgow in Scotland and Centre de Recherches Insulaires et Observatoire de l’Environnement, French Polynesia, has found that orange-fin anemonefish (aka clownfish) living among bleached anemones exhibit signs of stress—namely a higher-than-normal metabolic rate. In their paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the group describes their study of the fish and what it shows about the impact of global warming. When anemones bleach, clownfish suffer This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. © 2018 Phys.org Journal information: Proceedings of the Royal Society B Prior research has shown that as ocean temperatures rise due to global warming, mass bleaching of anemones and corals in the tropics is occurring. Under normal conditions, algae living inside anemones cause the anemones to look green. But as the water warms, the algae die, leaving anemones to show their true white color. This does not cause the anemones to die, however, which means they remain in place, allowing fish that hide among them to continue as before. But the researchers wondered whether the lack of green was causing problems for the fish that are not readily apparent. To find out, they collected samples of anemones and clownfish and studied them in the lab.The study was straightforward: The researchers put green-colored anemones in one tank of water and bleached anemones in another. They added normal healthy clownfish to both tanks and left them to live together for two weeks. At that point, the fish were removed to a nearly sterile tank of water into which the researchers pumped oxygen, allowing them to measure how much of the oxygen the fish used. Because there was nothing to eat or see, the fish remained motionless, which allowed the researchers to take a measurement of their basal metabolism rate.The researchers report that the metabolism of the fish living with the bleached anemones ran higher than for those living in the still green anemones. This, they note, indicates that the fish are stressed, which likely means they are less able to live normally. And that, they further note, suggests they likely swim and eat less, and perhaps reproduce less. This, they conclude, is evidence of the destructive impact that global warming is having on the planet.center_img Credit: CC0 Public Domain More information: Tommy Norin et al. Anemone bleaching increases the metabolic demands of symbiont anemonefish, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2018). DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2018.0282AbstractIncreased ocean temperatures are causing mass bleaching of anemones and corals in the tropics worldwide. While such heat-induced loss of algal symbionts (zooxanthellae) directly affects anemones and corals physiologically, this damage may also cascade on to other animal symbionts. Metabolic rate is an integrative physiological trait shown to relate to various aspects of organismal performance, behaviour and locomotor capacity, and also shows plasticity during exposure to acute and chronic stressors. As climate warming is expected to affect the physiology, behaviour and life history of animals, including ectotherms such as fish, we measured if residing in bleached versus unbleached sea anemones (Heteractis magnifica) affected the standard (i.e. baseline) metabolic rate and behaviour (activity) of juvenile orange-fin anemonefish (Amphiprion chrysopterus). Metabolic rate was estimated from rates of oxygen uptake , and the standard metabolic rate of anemonefish from bleached anemones was significantly higher by 8.2% compared with that of fish residing in unbleached anemones, possibly due to increased stress levels. Activity levels did not differ between fish from bleached and unbleached anemones. As reflects the minimum cost of living, the increased metabolic demands may contribute to the negative impacts of bleaching on important anemonefish life history and fitness traits observed previously (e.g. reduced spawning frequency and lower fecundity). Explore further Citation: Bleached anemones found to stress fish living in them (2018, April 11) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-04-anemones-stress-fish.htmllast_img read more

Best jewellery to wear this festive season

first_imgFrom jadau jewellery to diamond ones, this festive season make sure you are flaunting the pieces that are in trend.Designers list some trends in jewellery. Jadau jewellery: Jadau seems to be a new jewellery trend for this season, be it the wedding or the festival season. Rewind to the era of the Maharani with oversized jadau gold sets. Also, jadau chaandbalis and multilayer jadau jhumkas are a preferred choice for this festive season.Diamond jewellery: Diamonds can never go out of trend; they are back again but with a twist to embrace this festive season. Delicate diamond necklaces and earrings, diamond cuffs with rubies and other gemstone are perfect to add grace and elegance to your look. Diamond chokers are an appropriate option for those women who are looking for making a bold statement. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfPearl jewellery: Pearls are universally flattering. They bring light to the face and look great with any outfit. Multi-string pearl necklace, pearl chokers and bracelets add a surreal charm to your festive outfit. Baroque pearls too are very much in trend this season for their uniqueness in hues and shapes.Diamond chokers: Layering with lots of simple thin choker is a great way to elevate with any outfit. Chokers studded with ethereal sea pearls, diamond, rubies, or emeralds are a great choice to complement any ensemble- be it contemporary, modern. A glitzy choker necklace drenched in diamond is an elegant way to play with this trend.Uncut polki with pastel meenakari: Polki with pastel meenakari are in trend this festive season. It gives a traditional and royal look to every modern woman. It gives balance between trendy and traditional.last_img read more

Air Transat ranks 1 airline on Forbes list Transat releases Product Showcase

first_img Share Wednesday, January 30, 2019 Posted by Travelweek Group MONTREAL — Air Transat has placed first among airlines in Forbes magazine’s annual list of Canada’s Best Employers.The company gained 18 positions in the overall ranking, rising from 69th in 2018 to 51st in 2019. Transat also ranked 13th in Quebec.“It’s a great honour to lead Canada’s airlines and be among the top 15 best employers in Quebec,” said Christophe Hennebelle, Tranat’s Vice-President, Human Resources and Corporate Affairs. “Whether it’s through our inspiring brand image that embodies the joy of vacations or our leadership in sustainable development, Transat provides a stimulating and diverse workplace that is a source of pride for our employees. They’re our best ambassadors and we thank them for contributing so much to the company’s reputation.”Forbes establishes its ranking of the country’s top employers based on a survey of 8,000 Canadians who work for some 1,500 private and public companies with more than 500 employees. Answers are given anonymously and without the involvement of employers.More news:  GLP Worldwide introduces first-ever Wellness programsIn other news, Transat has released the dates for its 2019 Product Showcase trade shows.The schedule is as follows:ONTARIO & NOVA SCOTIA:Toronto, ON – June 3London, ON – June 4Hamilton, ON – June 5Halifax, NS – June 6QUEBEC:North Montreal, Laval, QC – June 10South Montreal, Longueuil, QC – June 11Quebec City, QC – June 12WESTERN CANADA:Winnipeg, MB – June 17Calgary, AB – June 18Edmonton, AB – June 19Vancouver, BC – June 20A formal invite will be released in April.center_img Tags: Air Transat, Canada’s Best Employers, Forbes, Product Showcase Air Transat ranks #1 airline on Forbes list; Transat releases Product Showcase dates << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Cruise ships target of Venice protest after canal crash

first_imgTags: Venice Monday, June 10, 2019 << Previous PostNext Post >> Share By: The Associated Press Cruise ships target of Venice protest after canal crash VENICE, Italy — Thousands of people have marched in Venice to demand that cruise ships be kept out of the Italian city’s lagoon.The protest Saturday was galvanized by a crash six days earlier involving a cruise ship that struck a much smaller river boat in Venice’s Giudecca Canal. The crash injured five people.Some marchers carried banners that read “Ships out of the lagoon.” Others took to the Venetian Lagoon itself in rowboats and other small vessels to push a yearslong campaign to end cruise ship port calls.Environmentalists have complained huge cruise liners wear down the city’s fragile foundations in the Adriatic Sea and dredge up the lagoon’s muddy bottom.Venice’s mayor wants cruise ships rerouted from the heart of the lagoon. The ships disembark thousands of day-trippers.last_img read more