Diksha Dagar creates history wins S African Womens Open

first_imgCapetown (South Africa): Diksha Dagar became only the second Indian woman golfer to win on Ladies European Tour after clinching the South African Open, eking out a one-shot victory with a bogey-free final round, here Saturday. Dagar, 18, was trailing by two shots, but pipped the much-experienced Lee Anne Pace with a three-under final round. Dagar follows Aditi Ashok, who in 2016 became the first Indian to win on the LET. Aditi added two more LET wins and now plays on the LPGA. Also Read – Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian OpenDiksha also has ambitions of getting to the LPGA, which on current form looks a strong possibility. Dagar played at the Women’s Hero Indian Open as an amateur and made the cut. Her father, Narinder Dagar, who served in the Army, was on the bag for Diksha. Narinder helped her cope with the trauma of having hearing problems. She has been wearing hearing aids since the age of six. A left-hander, Diksha is well-known for brand of aggressive and fearless golf. Her brother, Yogesh, who is also deaf, also plays golf and has been playing in age-group events. Also Read – Fast bowler Behrendorff to undergo spinal surgeryDagar, who came in off a long flight from Australia, where was Tied-5th at the NSW Open last week, began the week with double bogeys in first three holes. She had one more bogey on the 12th hole and ended the first day with a 76 but scoring was tough on a windy day and she was still inside Top-20. Thereafter she played the next 42 holes without a blemish and finished at five-under 211, while Lee-Anne (72) ended at four-under 212. She rose to second by the end of the second day and finally won the title on the final day. Dagar trailed till late into the back nine. She started one behind and Lee-Anne pulled to two clear with a birdie on 11th but bogeyed the 13th to fall back to five-under. Dagar birdied 15th and 16th and that helped her catch up leader Lee-Anne at five-under. The South African dropped another shot on 17th and Dagar stayed steady and one ahead. As both parred the final hole the Indian won the title. Esther Henseleit (70) of South Africa and Michele Thompson (68) of Australia were tied for third at three-under 212, and Carly Booth (69) of England was fifth at 2-under 214. Dagar, who turned 18 last December, is a silver medallist at the 2017 Summer Deaflympics. She also had a stellar Amateur career during which she also represented India at the 2018 Asian Games and won the 2018 Singapore Amateur title. She also won a Pro event on the Indian domestic Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour, before turning pro at the start of this year.last_img read more

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Man With Disability Receives Summons to Complete Moroccan Conscript Form

Rabat – Although an official provision excludes him from needing to complete mandatory military service, Mahmoud Elmghaitri, a man suffering from a physical disability, was summoned to complete his census form to perform military service.Originally from Guelmim, a city in southern Morocco, Elmghaitri has been suffering from a disability his entire life. The law does not require Moroccans who financially support their families as well as persons with disabilities to fulfill the military service.Like others who qualify for an exemption, Elmghaitri will have to file for exemption by submitting an application within 20 days of completing the census form. He must submit the application to local administrative authorities who will transfer the request to the prefectural commissions which make exemption decisions. “Youth of Guelmim,” a popular Facebook page, posted photos of Elmghaitri and his contract, which has since been shared nearly 250 times.The post also received over 60 comments, many expressing confusion and outrage that Elmghaitri received a conscription notice.However, according to the process the Council of Ministers adopted for military conscription, after an individual fills out the census form, he should receive a receipt in an email informing him that he can file an application for temporary or definitive exemption.The Moroccan government has not released a comment on the situation. read more

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Not a single child untouched by recent Gaza conflict says UN rights

At the end of his first mission to the region, Makarim Wibisono, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories, expressed alarm at the terrible cost paid by Palestinian civilians, especially children in Gaza, as a result of Israel’s military operation that lasted 50 days in the summer of this year.According to a press release on his findings, the latest round of violence from 7 July to 26 August 2014 has left 1,479 civilians, including 506 children dead. A staggering 11,231 Palestinian civilians, including 3,436 children were injured, many, now struggling with life-long disabilities. Tens of thousands of children live with the trauma of having witnessed the horrific killings of family members, friends, and neighbours before their own eyes. “This raises serious questions about possible violations of international humanitarian law and human rights law,” said Mr. Wibisono.“Israel’s claim of self-defense against an occupied population living under a blockade considered to be illegal under international law is untenable,” he said. “In a population where over half of the 1.8 million people are under 18, this is truly a tragedy, which will be felt for generations to come.” Not a single child in Gaza was spared from the impact of the conflict, said the Special Rapporteur. “Children now suffer from bedwetting, difficulties in sleeping, nightmares, a loss of appetite, and schools are seeing more aggressive behaviour in pupils,” he said.During his visit to the region, Mr. Wibisono met with Palestinian officials, civil society representatives, human rights defenders and victims, among others, in Amman, Cairo, and in Gaza via video and teleconference, as Israel did not grant access to the occupied Palestinian territory. In Amman, the expert also visited patients from Gaza receiving treatment at King Hussein hospital. Among them was Manar, a 14-year-old girl from Beit Hanoun, who lost both her legs, and suffered shrapnel wounds and internal injuries when an Israeli strike hit an UN school. Manar also lost her mother and three brothers in the same attack. Mr. Wibisono noted that voices from across the occupied Palestinian territory called in unison for three demands: the need for accountability, an end to the blockade, and an end to the occupation. He also reported that some 7,000 unexploded ordinances are still littered across the Gaza Strip, continuing to pose a serious threat to Gazans, including children.“In the 50 days of relentless bombing and shelling, 228 schools in Gaza were damaged, including 26 destroyed or damaged beyond repair. Eighty-seven schools are now operating double shifts,” the press release said.An estimated 60,000 civilians remain in 19 shelters across the Gaza and health professionals also reported a critical shortage of medicines and equipment, and doctors expressed frustration at the shortage of electricity, as mobile generators were overburdened beyond their capacity. The Special Rapporteur also raised serious concerns about the deteriorating situation of human rights in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, regarding the excessive use of force by Israeli security forces in the context of demonstrations and clashes in recent months. Independent experts, or special rapporteurs, are appointed by the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council to examine and report back on a country situation or a specific human rights theme. The positions are honorary and the experts are not UN staff, nor are they paid for their work.Mr. Wibisono will report fully on his findings and recommendations to the 28th session of the Council in March 2015. read more

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Haitis security situation remains fragile UN representative

Ms. Keita was presenting the Secretary-General’s report, a review of the work of The UN Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH), the Government, and the UN country team and external partners, as the country prepares for the transition withouta UN peacekeeping presence, scheduled to take place in October 2019.Ms. Keita told the Security Council that several challenges remain, and dedicated action must take place to ensure the transition is a success. These challenges, she said, include the violent protests that took place in July. These were sparked by a Government announcement of fuel price increases, and included widespread looting in the capital, Port-au-Prince, as well as in other cities.In that instance, MINUJUSTH assisted the Haitian National Police in protecting the civilian population, and the crisis was quickly overcome. But the outbreak of violence, the worst seen in Haiti for several years, demonstrates the current volatility of the security situation, she intimated.In addition, at a time when armed gangs continue to pose a threat, the number of police officers per 1,000 citizens has dropped to 1.32, and dedicated intervention is needed if the development plan of the Haitian National Police is fully implemented.Several targets have not been met: a national action plan for human rights has not been implemented, a Permanent Electoral Council has not been nominated, and women are not represented in key state institutions. Ms. Keita added that progress hinges on the adoption and promulgation of key rule of law legislation, including the criminal code, and that these problems must be addressed by a fully-functioning Government.MINUJUSTH, briefed Ms. Keita, has outlined a clear political strategy for the transition, working in close cooperation with international partners. Given the October deadline for the end of the UN’s peacekeeping role in Haiti, she stressed that the Mission, country team, Government and other partners, will need to “redouble their efforts” to make up for the time lost because of challenges that emerged from the July incidents, and expressed her hope that the Security Council will continue to provide strong support. read more

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Croydon tram derailment Driver arrested after seven killed and dozens injured

first_img12:43PMPhone number to call for anyone worried about friends or relatives Bodies on stretchers were seen being carried away from the scene on Wednesday Bodies on stretchers were seen being carried away from the scene on Wednesday A man who was on the tram when it overturned at around 6.04am said the vehicle seemed to speed up while the driver appeared to be asleep.Martin Harris, who was on his way to work, called his mother Jane after the crash to tell her a body was lying on top of him.He is now in hospital with neck, back and head injuries.Jane Harris said: “My son was on the tram I had spoke to him for a few seconds and he said that the tram driver was going really fast it looked like the driver had fallen asleep, the next thing he new the tram had derailed and gone over.”Mrs Harris had an anxious wait to find out where her son had been taken. She is going to to visit Martin later today and expects him to be kept in hospital for treatment.Mrs Harris added: “He was on the tram, the tram was going really fast, the tram went over, my son had a dead body on him.”He was taken to hospital with four broken ribs, damaged back and neck, and a bad head.”I phoned the hospital to see if he was there gave my number and they said someone would call me back in a hour, nobody did, so I called back again and got told that a police officer would call back to let me know if he was there.”My other son was waiting for about thee-and-a half hours just for them to say he was in hospital. “Martin has to stay in hospital for tests.” Passengers reported the tram had been speeding up before the bend, which has a limit of 12mph.Martin Bamford, 30, from Croydon, said: “Everyone just literally went flying.”He said people were screaming and there was “blood everywhere”, describing the scene as “like something out of a film”.Martin Harris, who was on his way to work, told his mother he had been left badly hurt, with a dead passenger lying on top of him. 12:10PMThe scene from above 1:47PMKind-hearted grandmother offers food and shelter 1:29PMFive confirmed dead 9:24AMPeople ‘carried away on stretchers’ Croydon North MP Steve Reed on Twitter:  The Rail Accident Investigation Branch said the tram derailed as it was negotiating a “sharp, left-hand curve” with a speed limit of 12 mph.A spokesman said: “Initial indications suggest that the tram was travelling at a significantly higher speed than is permitted.” The tram lying on it's side after it derailed near Sandilands tram station in Croydon The Salvation Army is also supporting emergency services at scene of the derailed train in CroydonA Salvation Army spokesperson, said: “The Salvation Army is supporting emergency services at the scene of a derailed tram in Croydon.”We are distributing hot drinks and food from two Salvation Army emergency response vehicles, as well as providing a listening ear and compassionate support.”Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.”Pat Rooke, 72, a nearby resident, said it was “pandemonium” as emergency services arrived on scene early on Wednesday morning.He said some trams tend to travel quickly around the corner where the carriages derailed.”They do come around that corner very fast sometimes, and it is quite a sharp bend,” he said. 3:39PMSadiq Khan meets emergency workers at scene of derailment 3:30PM’A full spectrum of injuries’ Grandmother Sharon Yerkess has been offering food and shelter to rescue workers at the crash site near her house.She said her daughter Leanne, 31, usually catches the tram which derailed in Croydon.Ms Yerkess, 53, whose house in Addiscombe Road backs on to the scene, said: “She said there had been an accident. Firefirefighters are currently dealing with an accident involving a tram atthe Sandilands tram stop Addiscombe Rd, Croydon. More to follow. pic.twitter.com/eOldKjajsu— London Fire Brigade (@LondonFire) November 9, 2016 11:49AMHospital swamped Pictures of the crash from aboveCredit: Jim Bennett Dr Nnenna Osuji, medical director of Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, said there has been a “full spectrum” of injuries, from minor to major.Speaking outside Croydon University Hospital, she said 31 people were brought in an ambulance and seven more came on foot. Just in: British Transport Police have confirmed five people were killed in the tram derailment.A spokesman said: “We continue to work alongside our partners at the scene of a major incident in Croydon.”We were called at 6.13am this morning after a tram derailed near Sandilands tram stop.”At present, we can confirm five people have sadly died following this incident.”More than 50 others have been taken to hospital with injuries.” 11:08AMPolice confirm fatalities 3:02PM’My son had a dead body on him’ ACC Robin Smith is giving an update on the #Croydon tram derailment from the scene at the moment. pic.twitter.com/s3ws37PNxS— BTP (@BTP) November 9, 2016 Two buses have been parked on the Sandilands bridge to obstruct the view of the felled Croydon tram below pic.twitter.com/5w9OvahIt3— Tom Ough (@tomough) November 9, 2016 We can confirm an arrest has been made in connection with the #Croydon incident. More updates to follow.— BTP (@BTP) November 9, 2016 11:20AM’Too early to confirm numbers’ Tom Ough at the scene:The tram is in sight of the Sandilands bridge, up the line from the derailment.Earlier in the day, photographers had attempted to secure a shot of it by climbing a hillock on a garden overlooking the bridge.But two London buses have now been parked on the bridge to prevent further glimpses of the carnage.Portable loos have arrived for the police and fire crews who are likely to be here all day. The last known death of a tram passenger in an accident is believed to have been in 1959. Two passengers and the driver died after a tram collided with a lorry and caught fire in Glasgow.The death toll equals that of the 2004 Ufton Nervet rail crash in Berkshire, when a car deliberately parked on the tracks in a suicide attempt by the car driver. Seven people were also killed in the 2002 Potters Bar crash Hertfordshire, when an undetected fault on the line derailed the train, and send a carriage onto the platform.A spokesman for British Transport Police said a 42-year-old man from Beckenham had been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and is currently in police custody.Finn Brennan, of the train drivers’ union Aslef, said the incident was “truly dreadful”.He said: “Lives have been lost and there are many serious injuries. This is a tragedy for all those involved. For the women and men who set out this morning on their journey to work and suffered this awful accident and their families, the grief and pain must be terrible.”There will be a full investigation into the causes of this incident by the RAIB (Rail Accident Investigation Branch) and others. There should be no rush to judgment or to place blame until the facts are known.” Two people are still trapped after a tram derailed in south London.Scores of emergency services are at the scene in Croydon. Dozens of people are believed to be injured with some trappedCredit:Peter Macdiarmid/LNP Emergency services close to the location where a tram overturned in Croydon, south LondonCredit:Steve Parsons/PA Wire 1:18PMIncident ‘truly dreadful’ Heard a massive crash outside my window, now emergency services everywhere for the overturned tram, hope everyone is ok #croydon pic.twitter.com/gxQgnPygEJ— Hannah Collier (@HannahCollier1) November 9, 2016 London mayor Sadiq Khan arrived on Wednesday afternoon to meet emergency services at the scene of the accident.Joined by Gavin Barwell, MP for central Croydon, the mayor spoke briefly to crews involved with the rescue operation, before walking down the road towards the derailed tram. The death toll from the Croydon tram derailment might still rise, warned Sadiq Khan.”I can confirm that five people have died and we think that number may well increase,” said the mayor after visiting the scene.Fifty-one people have been taken to hospital, he confirmed, adding that several are in “a serious condition”.”We are now in the recovery stages of the operation,” said the mayor. “I want to pay tribute to the emergency services, particularly the fire brigade, British Transport Police and the London Ambulance Service.” The overturned tram appears to be on its side next to an underpass.There is a large police cordon in the area with scores of emergency vehicles on scene.Hannah Collier, who lives oppposite, said she earlier saw people being carried away on stretchers. 9:26AMUpdate: Three freed, two still trapped 🚧 SANDILANDS 🚧 Emergency Services are dealing with a serious incident at #Sandilands tram stop. Please avoid the area #Croydoncops pic.twitter.com/xp4RPNxXI5— Croydon MPS (@MPSCroydon) November 9, 2016 A tram overturned in Croydon, south LondonCredit:Steve Parsons/PA Wire The tram lying on it’s side after it derailed near Sandilands tram station in CroydonCredit:Peter Macdiarmid/LNP 11:04AMImages from the scene Aerial shots of the sceneCredit:Sky News/PA Wire Police at the sceneCredit:MPS 3:57PMDeath toll ‘may well increase’, says Khan “All patients are being cared for by our clinical teams,” a statement said. “We will share further updates in due course.” Besides the 31 patients taken to Croydon University Hospital, 20 were taken to St George’s Hospital.Four of those 20 are “seriously injured”, said a spokesperson for the hospital. 3:09PMSalvation Army supports emergency services  Today’s derailment is believed to be the first tram crash involving fatalities on board since 1959, when two women passengers and the driver died after a tram caught fire in Shettlestone Road, Glasgow, following a collision with a lorry.More form Tom Ough:As news is released of fatalities, the stricken tram remains far from public view as police enforce a boundary.The streets surrounding the track are quiet, with most residents having found their way to work despite the emergency services bedding in on Addiscombe Road, which skirts the line.Still on its side, the tram is lying in the drizzle in an open, brick-walled underpass that cuts through a suburb of smart detached and semi-detached houses. The Fire Brigade says it will be at the scene all day. The British Transport Police (BTP) has issued a phone number for use by friends and family of people who may have been hurt in the derailment:  Aerial shots of the scene Finn Brennan, of the train drivers’ union Aslef, said the incident was “truly dreadful”.He said: “Lives have been lost and there are many serious injuries. This is a tragedy for all those involved. For the women and men who set out this morning on their journey to work and suffered this awful accident and their families, the grief and pain must be terrible. Pictures of the crash from above The local hospital has warned members of the public with minor ailments to stay away after being swamped by the injured.A total of 31 injured were brought to Croydon University Hospital following the derailment.A spokesperson for Croydon Health Services NHS Trust said: “Our staff are currently caring for them so we would ask members of the public with more minor routine ailments to consider going to the local walk-in centre or their GP if possible.”We will share further updates in due course.” 2:55PMMayor of London en route to the scene 9:24AMMayor makes statement “She said she could hear a woman screaming and that it was heartbreaking.”I went outside and it was just horrific – you could hear screaming, that really hit me. It was horrible there was nothing I could do.”Ms Yerkess initially closed the windows to drown out the screaming and protect her two young grandsons. It then dawned on her that her daughter could have been on the tram.She said: “She would have got on any other day – lucky for her she was late.”She usually goes to Addiscombe to get a Red Bull before work but she didn’t today.”I just don’t know how I would have coped if she had been on it.”I actually cried – it really got to me. It was horrible to hear people and to know that people couldn’t get to them right away. I was thinking ‘God, what are they going through?”‘As rescue teams cordoned off the area, Ms Yerkess witnessed “crowds of people and flashing lights” at the scene.In a bid to help, she started making sandwiches for the rescue workers as well as offering the use of her toilet and hot water.She said: “All I have done is take out some sandwiches for them. It’s cold, it’s wet, it’s horrible.”I have said ‘Just knock on the door if you need toilets and hot water’.”The family, including her daughter and two grandsons, who were off school because their road was blocked off, plan to buy more supplies to feed the workers as the rescue operation continues. Police confirmed they were called to the scene at Sandilands tram stop in Croydon at around 6.10am Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: “I am in contact with emergency services and TfL, who are working extremely hard to get the situation under control and treat those who have been injured. My thoughts are with all those involved in this incident.”We are asking people to please visit the TfL website, tfl.gov.uk, for the latest travel information.” Police confirmed they were called to the scene at Sandilands tram stop in Croydon at around 6.10amCredit:Steve Parsons/PA Wire Sadiq Khan is due to arrive at Addiscombe Road shortly.The Mayor of London will meet emergency service personnel at 3pm before making a statement.Several fire engines have left the street but it otherwise remains cordoned off to the public and full of police officers and vehicles and Transport for London workers. 4:53PMTrain was travelling at ‘significantly higher speed than is permitted’ Tom Ough is at the scene:The street adjoining the accident site – Addiscombe Road – remains cordoned off and filled with emergency services personal and vehicles.Police have been sent from as far afield as Westminster to bolster a presence that includes two vehicles from the Transport for London’s Emergency Response Unit and a van from the Rail Accident Investigation Branch.The Sandilands tram stop, on the far side of the empty street, is populated by a single pacing policeman rather than its usual passengers.A few metres away from the stop, a two-car tram sits abandoned on the line. Emergency services close to the location where a tram overturned in Croydon, south London Dozens of people are believed to be injured with some trapped Jane Harris said: “My son was on the tram I had spoke to him for a few seconds and he said that the tram​ was going really fast. The next thing he new the tram had derailed and gone over.”Assistant chief constable, Robin Smith, of British Transport Police, said detectives where investigating whether the driver had been asleep “alongside a number of factors”.Initial findings of the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) show that the tram came off the tracks as it was negotiating a “sharp, left-hand curve” with a speed limit of 12mph.An RAIB spokesman said: “Initial indications suggest that the tram was travelling at a significantly higher speed than is permitted.”The Wimbledon-bound tram was travelling from New Addington when it overturned at around 6.10am on Wednesday morning.Pat Rooke, 72, a nearby resident, described the scene in the wake of the incident as “pandemonium”.She said: “Even my husband was covered with blood,” she said.Ms Okesola said some people were trapped underneath the tram calling for help.”People were screaming. People were crying,” she said. Robin Smith assistant chief constable of BTP has just issued an update saying: “It is too early for us to confirm numbers but we are working hard to assess the ongoing incident and we are continuing to focus on recovery efforts.”He said: “A number of people have been taken to hospital with injuries and sadly it looks as though there has been some loss of life.”It is too early for us to confirm numbers but we are working hard to assess the ongoing incident and we are continuing to focus on recovery efforts.”Liam Lehane, from the London Ambulance Service, said a number of people were seriously injured.He said: “We have transported over 50 patients to a number of hospitals.”Most of those patients were walking wounded. But there are, however, a number of patients with serious injuries. We will continue to work on the scene with the other emergency services during the recovery operation.” 1:27PMStreet filled with emergency services She said there has been “professionalism and coordination” at the hospital, adding that she was “very proud” of the staff.”When you’re sitting speaking with relatives there’s a sombreness as well as the reality of another serious incident in Croydon and the fact that, for a number of families, lives will be very different as of today,” she said.Dr Osuji said “a number of patients” would have been brought to a major trauma centre.She said there are no children among the patients at Croydon University Hospital. 9:04AMMP tweets about ‘terrible morning’ This is just breaking now: There has been “some loss of life”, police have said.  This just in from our man at the scene Tom Ough:I’m over the tunnel now, but there’s a complete lockdown on 400m of road and we can’t even see the tram. That part of the track is walled off from the road.Seems like the tram skidded off the rails while taking a bend, but don’t have confirmation. A section of road almost half a kilometre long remains cordoned off next to the crash site.Another ambulance, with no siren, just arrived. Eight fire engines are present and a van filled with Tramline incident response workers was waved through at about 10.30am. Crowded rush-hour tram tips onto its side in south LondonPolice confirm five people killed and more than 50 injuredDeath toll could rise as sources say eight feared to have diedTram driver arrested as investigators probe cause of crashFirst tram crash involving fatalities on board since 1959Police are investigating whether a tram driver fell asleep at the wheel after at least seven people were killed and dozens hurt when his speeding vehicle derailed and overturned.The unnamed driver was on Wednesday night under arrest on suspicion of manslaughter following the first fatal tram crash in Britain for nearly 60 years.Accident investigators said the tram had been going at “significantly higher speed than is permitted”, when it tipped over on a sharp left-hand near the Sandilands stop in Croydon, south east London.The London mayor l warned the death toll could rise further, with some of the more than 50 injured believed to be in a critical condition. Several people were trapped for hours in the wreckage of the two derailed carriages. 10:59AMTram ‘skidded’ Anyone concerned about friends or family who may have been involved in #Croydon tram derailment can call the Casualty Bureau – 0800 056 0154— BTP (@BTP) November 9, 2016 11:47AMFirst fatal crash since 1959 A tram overturned in Croydon, south London Shot from BBC News helicopter #croydon pic.twitter.com/Fz61sIhmcB— Tom Edwards (@BBCTomEdwards) November 9, 2016 Police at the scene 2:05PMBuses parked to cover scene The 23-year-old said: “I heard a massive crash at about 6.15am, then heard shouting, then the emergency services arrived. I’d say there are roughly 20-30 vehicles there now, then they started bringing up the casualties, some very seriously injured.”Adil Salahi, whose property overlooks the track, said the noise he heard was “sudden”.The 76-year-old said: “It was about 6.10/6.15 and because I was praying I could not move and try to check what it is. I thought it was something in the garage doors. Then I thought it was some lorry.” 12:18PMFour ‘seriously injured’ “There will be a full investigation into the causes of this incident by the RAIB (Rail Accident Investigation Branch) and others. There should be no rush to judgment or to place blame until the facts are known.”For now, our thoughts are with all those injured and lost, their families, Tramlink staff and the emergency service and NHS staff working to save lives as they do every day.” Thoughts on this terrible morning with everyone injured and hurt in the tram accident in Croydon, and with the rescue services at the scene— Steve Reed (@SteveReedMP) November 9, 2016 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.last_img read more

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Important victory for Hungary in Russia

Hungary is on the way to Poland 2016 after big victory in Russia 27:23 (15:8) with five goals of Gabor Csaszar who scored five goals. Denis Shiskarev netted six for home squad.Portugal celebrated first win in Ukraine 32:26.STANDINGS:Hungary 6Russia 2 (-1)Portugal 2 (-1)Ukraine 0 (-1) ← Previous Story Superb Denmark wins in Belarus Next Story → Hungary and Denmark to secure EHF EURO 2016 spot?

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Pictures Mother goes on cleaning strike doesnt tell kids

first_imgOlivia took a look at the kitchen after school and announced “this kitchen is disgusting” then walked downstairs. Peyton has said nothing. This surprises me, as she is the self-proclaimed ‘neat freak’ of the small people that live here. Quinn may have hit an all time low (one can hope) when she emptied the dog brush and placed the bundle of hair on the arm of the chair. SHE STARTED OFF by posting this on the internet:But Jessica Stillwell’s 12-year-old twin daughters and their 10 year old sister didn’t get the memo.On Day One Stillwell sat back and let it all happen: My little love broke down in the kitchen tonight as she was trying to rinse a glass to use and began to cry. Through her sobs she said “I don’t wanna eat out of pooh bags anymore, I don’t want paper plates or beer cups for breakfast. Can you please help me clean up?” I stood silent for a moment and decided to let her in on it.Day Five, it’s getting desperate: I found a clean fork today. It was like I had won the freaking lottery.On Day Six the children caved and turned on each other, realised the error of their ways, and the cleanup began.Thank God Stillwell managed to document some of the mayhem:center_img The dishwasher is overflowing, shoes and backpacks are in the middle of the hallway. Dirty socks, empty gatorade bottles and used kleenex litter the back of my couch. There will be no laundry washed unless its sorted and beside the laundry room, and lunches will be sent in plastic bags if their lunches are not brought to the counter and emptied from the day.By Day Three: On Day Four her daughter Olivia had a breakthrough:last_img read more

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Irish exports to the UK have grown a lot in spite of

first_img By Conor McCrave Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article https://jrnl.ie/4594461 As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: 7,500 Views Share64 Tweet Email Apr 16th 2019, 4:23 PM IRISH GOODS EXPORTS have increased by over €2 billion – including a 16% increase in exports to the UK – despite ongoing uncertainty surrounding Brexit, latest CSO figures show. The data released by the Central Statistics Office for February 2019 shows goods exports to the UK, which is Ireland’s largest trading partner within the EU, increased by €166 million in February – representing a 16% increase on the same month last year. Total goods exports to the UK amounted to €1.2 billion, driven largely by mineral fuels such as peat and natural gases, along with lubricants and related materials. Exports to Britain account for 10% of total goods exported from the Republic of Ireland.Meanwhile, imports from the UK also increased by €265 million to €1.6 billion – an increase of 19% compared to February 2018.A spokesperson for the Irish Exporters Association said businesses were acutely aware of the need to grow their exports in other markets outside the UK in light of Brexit, despite the latest increases. “Companies are already massively diversifying and looking for new markets, it just takes a while before that will show in statistics,” he said. “The UK is a significant market but a lot of companies are looking at other countries in the EU – Germany, France, Spain – to that extent because of Brexit.They also said they would “expect a decrease” in exports to the UK this time next year with “other countries’ exports to increase”. WorldwideOverall, the seasonally adjusted figure for exports decreased by €604 million – or 4% – to €13.2 billion, while seasonally adjusted figures for imports increased by 4% to €6.9 billion. Ireland continues to operate a trade surplus – exporting more than it imports – to a value of €6.2 billion. Europe remained the largest trading partner for the month of February 2019, accounting for €6.1 billion worth of total goods exports, with Belgium and Germany being the main countries of destination after the UK – worth €1.6 billion and €939 million respectively.The USA was the main non-EU destination accounting for €3.7 billion of total exports in February 2019.center_img 12 Comments Image: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland! Image: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland! Tuesday 16 Apr 2019, 4:23 PM Short URL Irish exports to the UK have grown a lot in spite of ongoing Brexit uncertainty Total goods exports to the UK increased by €166 million and amounted to a total €1.2 billion.last_img read more

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BSO Weston doctor accused of killing dad was charged in girlfriends beating

first_imgWESTON, FLA. (WSVN) – – A Weston man accused of killing his father before shooting himself is the doctor who was arrested three times for allegedly beating his girlfriend, authorities said.According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, 43-year-old Rafael Azulay shot and killed his 67-year-old father inside a gated community off South Post Road, Saturday morning, He then turned the gun on himself.Azulay was found alive and was taken to Broward Health Medical Center, where he continues to recover.The suspect was arrested back in March for allegedly beating his girlfriend, his third arrest in less than four years. He was charged with felony battery.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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Cameras at Central Florida toll booth catch person being ejected from wreck

first_imgDriver Stephen Agostinho Dos Santos has been charged with careless driving.The Florida Highway Patrol said the cause of the crash was likely due to driver fatigue, and that alcohol and drugs were not involved.“I believe the driver was tired. We’re not suspecting impairment, but you can see on the video and the crash report reflects that the vehicle basically just traveled into the toll plaza,” said Castleberry.Troopers advise motorists to be well rested before getting behind the wheel, to slow down when heading toward a toll booth and to always buckle up.“Know your limits. Pay attention. Know when your body is telling you it’s time to take a break,” said Castleberry.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. ST. CLOUD, Fla. (WSVN) — An SUV crashed into a toll booth barrier in Osceola County, ejecting a passenger into the air.Surveillance cameras captured the scene near St. Cloud on June 3, as the SUV plowed into a barrier at a toll booth.A passenger from that SUV could be seen being ejected and flying through the air, nearly slamming into a concrete pole.All five people inside managed to escape. They were transported to the hospital but have since been released.“When you see an ejection like that through a windshield and that distance, it’s luck,” said Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Mark Castleberry. “If you believe in a higher power, it’s something, but it’s very fortunate for that passenger.”The vehicle also caught on fire as other passengers rushed to get out.The mother of passenger Marcus Joseph said it’s a miracle her son survived and is now recovering from a fractured leg. last_img read more

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Chamberlain adds family sharing feature to myQ garage controllers

first_img 13 Photos Smart Garage 101: Your guide to garage door gadgets Review • Chamberlain’s MyQ Garage brings smarts to your garage door Aug 31 • Best smart light bulbs for 2019 (plus switches, light strips, accessories and more) reading • Chamberlain adds family sharing feature to MyQ garage controllers 1:18 Smart Home See It CNET may get a commission from retail offers. MyQ Garage Walmart Post a comment 0 Share your voice Tags Aug 31 • Alexa can tell you if someone breaks into your housecenter_img See it Garadget adds simple smarts to your garage door Now playing: Watch this: Mentioned Above MyQ Garage Aug 30 • Battling bot vacs: iRobot Roomba S9+ vs Neato Botvac D7 Connected • CNET Smart Home $56 $77 Chamberlain See All Aug 31 • The best coffee grinders you can buy right now MyQ MyQ garage controllers have been around for a few years now, smartening and automating garage access for their owners. Chamberlain announced the myQ Family Share on Friday, a new and (surprisingly) free feature that allows you to grant access to three people for remote, app-enabled control and monitoring of your garage controllers, gates and lights. This works with the latest version of the myQ app (versions 3.120 and higher). Both parties will need the myQ app, as the feature is not available through the myQ website. Send an invite, and the user will need to accept it within three days. Once everything is set up, they’ll be able to switch between their own account and yours, no password sharing required.  Family Share is free, unlike Chamberlain’s $1 per month Google Assistant and IFTTT subscriptions. The feature won’t work with commercial door openers. For more information on myQ Family Share, visit Chamberlain’s website.  CNET Smart Homelast_img read more

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Listen to the Eerie Void of Space

first_img We’ve covered the Cassini probe a few times, but this little probe never ceases to impress. This time, Cassini went into the empty space between Saturn and its rings. While there, it collected loads of valuable scientific data, and also something a bit disturbing — an audio file.The spacecraft made its first of several dives towards the gas giant April 26. On that leg of the mission, the probe found that the space between Saturn and its rings was empty. Really empty.“The region between the rings and Saturn is ‘the big empty,’ apparently,” Project Manager Earl Maize said in a statement. “Cassini will stay the course, while the scientists work on the mystery of why the dust level is much lower than expected.”All this means that when Cassini was collecting data last week, it went from hitting a few hundred particles per second to hitting just a few during the entire transit. The researchers converted their data into an audio file that is… chilling, to say the least.Cassini RPWS Data: Janus-Epimetheus Ring Crossing from Sci-News.com on Vimeo.Cassini RPWS Data: First ‘Grand Finale’ Dive from Sci-News.com on Vimeo.The first video is a recording of the normal “sounds” Cassini “hears.” Those are in quotes because, obviously, there’s no sound in space. What the craft is picking up are the disturbances and shocks caused by particles hitting or nearly hitting the craft. To us, this sounds like the crackle and pop of an old record. But the silence is a constant, eerie whine that comes through only when the probe leaves the rings.This is space at its most empty and desolate. We can only surmise that once faced with the void, Cassini felt the worst pangs of existential dread and loneliness it will ever know.In all seriousness, this is a pretty major discovery as these things go. It will help us refine our models of planetary ring formation and means that Cassini won’t have to use its dish antenna like a shield to protect itself on subsequent passes. So… Everyone wins, really!Everyone that is, except for us. For we have now faced the void of space and are forever corrupted by its infinite void. Woe be our souls as we gaze upon the face of oblivion, and may god have mercy upon us. Stay on target Hubble Space Telescope Captures Star’s Eerie Gaseous GlowMoon Glows Brighter Than Sun in NASA Fermi’s Vibrant Images last_img read more

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first_img Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. March 14, 2012 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. min read (Full disclosure: My firm creates content for an unrelated division of Microsoft.)1. The desktop is history.The Metro interface steps away from the decades-old computer conceit of clicking various windows that run from a virtual desktop. Instead, users interact with square tiles that lead directly to apps.With practice, Windows 8 can be intuitive. Business users will be able to configure screens quickly, launch documents, create spreadsheets and toggle between apps like social media and sales tools.Related: Three Ways to Pick the Best Software for Your Startup (Video)But the Metro approach means retraining decades of computer habits. Though users will be able to return to the traditional “desktop” mode if they so desire, using Windows 8 is a completely different experience from Windows 7 or XP.2. Useful integration for cloud and mobile apps.Windows 8 was impressive at syncing with mobile Windows Phone devices and the company’s cloud-based office software package Office 365. Essentially anything created on one device is synced to another in real time.And Windows 8 accomplishes this without using a completely cloud-based architecture such as Google Apps. If an Internet connection goes down, for example, you can still get work done with Windows 8. This can be especially useful for heavily mobile businesses working on smartphones or tablets.3. Still, businesses might be hesitant to upgrade.Windows 8 presents users with such a different experience that unless a team is starting from scratch, or it is particularly tech savvy, this OS will likely be difficult to deploy. Teams will need to relearn everything from finding where work files are located to how to troubleshoot problems.Related: What You Need to Know About Google Apps for Business Considering that Windows 7 is still a serviceable option and productivity gains will likely be marginal, it’s possible that few businesses will want to take the time to move to Windows 8.Bottom line: Windows 8 is an innovative operating system that’s fast, stable, secure and offers mobile and tablet options. But it’s such an unrelated experience to Windows 7 or XP — or even Apple Macs for that matter — most companies will most likely be more than happy to stand pat with the operating system they have.center_img Microsoft is betting that consumers will readily adopt its graphically oriented, touch-friendly operating system called Windows 8. Windows 8’s major new feature is a “Metro” user interface, similar to the square graphical design found on Microsoft’s Windows Phones. So, instead of the traditional Windows or Mac desktop, users are greeted by a start screen made up of frequently used, clickable app “tiles.”But will this jazzy new interface convince small-business owners to upgrade when it comes out later this year? Here are three impressions we had after testing the recently-released consumer preview edition, with an eye toward business use: Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Register Now »last_img read more

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first_img FILE – In this Feb. 12, 2017 file photo, singer and actress Katharine McPhee poses in the press room at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. McPhee, who stars in the CBS series, “Scorpion,” will appear in the hit musical “Waitress,” marking her Broadway debut. She starts April 10.(Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File) ‘Scorpion’ actress Katharine McPhee heading to Broadway NEW YORK, N.Y. – Actress Katharine McPhee has already played someone who stars in a Broadway show. Now she’s really going to do it herself.The singer-actress told The Associated Press that she is stepping into the hit musical “Waitress,” marking the Broadway debut for the former cast member of NBC’s “Smash.” She starts April 10 and stars through June 17.“People come up to me all the time and say, ‘You’ve done Broadway, right?’ And I’m like, ‘Nope, I’ve never done it,’” McPhee said. “I did a show about it but I was never, in fact, on Broadway. So this is really my first moment.”McPhee, 33, can be seen on the CBS drama “Scorpion,” where she helps a group of misfit geniuses combat high-tech threats. Her recording career includes the 2015 album, “Hysteria,” and she sings jazz standards on “I Fall in Love Too Easily,” which came out last year.McPhee, who was the runner-up to the 2006 “American Idol” crown, losing to Taylor Hicks, also starred in “Smash,” which focused on the backstage drama surrounding the creation of a Broadway musical about Marilyn Monroe.McPhee played Karen Cartwright, a small-town girl from Iowa who becomes a serious contender for the title role, putting her in fierce competition with seasoned Broadway trouper Ivy Linn, played by Megan Hilty.“Waitress,” the musical adaptation of the 2007 film with songs by pop star Sara Bareilles, tells the story of Jenna, a waitress and pie maker trapped in a small-town diner and a loveless marriage. The role has been played by Jessie Mueller, Betsy Wolfe — and Bareilles herself.“Aside from being a big Broadway fan and wanting to be on Broadway one day, to do a show that Sara Bareilles wrote the music and lyrics to — I’m such a fan of hers — it’s a real thrill for me,” McPhee said.The musical is adapted from a 2007 film starring Keri Russell. It offers unusual ingredients for musical theatre, like infidelity, spousal abuse and lack of maternal instincts.“It’s a group of imperfect people, which is real and human. I’m looking forward to portraying a woman that a lot of people can relate to — struggling, wanting to have a better life,” McPhee said. “I can’t wait to have this to be my first show.”With live TV under her belt, as well as grueling shooting schedules, McPhee said her chief concern is having the energy needed to perform eight times a week.“I’m not afraid of the role. I’m not afraid of the nerves of doing a show,” she said. “I’m more afraid of the stamina.” Bareilles and McPhee huddled in her dressing room and broke the role down. “I’m going to look to her as a guiding light.”___Mark Kennedy is at http://twitter.com/KennedyTwitscenter_img by Mark Kennedy, The Associated Press Posted Feb 14, 2018 7:01 am PDT Last Updated Feb 14, 2018 at 8:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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