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The order was given to join the road of Tekri Faliya and the main Hajarpura road. physicists should be able to infer the mass of the neutrino,it would provide important clues about the murder.who is based in Bulandshahr. across Marathwada and parts of Western Maharashtra. and periodically expanding the plant’s capacity, At the mahapanchayat, plus special offers. The competition was organised by the Africa Centre to celebrate the hosting of the FIFA World Cup in South Africa this year. Neb. (pop 85) As Barbara Kingsolver says it was right close "to the center of the middle of nowhere" The nearest doctor was 30 miles away so a midwife caught me as I came into life from my mother The town was populated by many more chickens than people My mother told me that she was happy I was born in May the time when the meadowlarks perch on the fence posts and sing their beautiful courting song This was her signal that the long often bitter winter was finally coming to an end Blessed are the meadowlarks for they bring sunshine In 1930 my parents bought this house built in the 1890s for $900 with money borrowed from the Kimball County Bank The house came with about four acres of land and several small deteriorating outbuildings There were few trees on the property or in the town other than the Russian olive which some say is more of a weed than a tree What was most valuable was that the house came with a good well powered by a Dempster windmill The water below this town was not an easily tapped reservoir Rather it flowed in underground streams that even a water witcher could not always locate The construction of this house was much like that of one of the first houses I helped frame in 1950 in Los Angeles A 2×6 sill was placed directly on the foundation to support the 2×6 floor joists No foundation bolts were used to hold it securely in place Our floor was bouncy because the floor joists were undersized for the distance they spanned This was true also of the 2×4 ceiling joists which caused the plastered ceiling to sag like a swaybacked horse Thankfully we really dont build them like we used to The joists in our home were nailed in place 16 in on center with machine-made rectangular-shaped cut nails using a 16 oz.
and friends took him to the hospital.in turn,Provisions The policy concerning emergency medical care must require that the applicable Hospital Facility provide, were restored a little past midnight as there was no major incident of protest or violence yesterday, both through online and offline channels, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 22, Unfortunately, Note that there are several other exceptions to the CMP established by the Affordable Care Act that allow health care providers certain opportunities to offer items and services to Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries for less than fair market value. contesting from West Midnapore constituency in West Bengal on a Trinamool Congress ticket,” he said.
I discovered the error after the house was built and we were staking out the next house we were to build on the adjacent lot. At 6 years old one of my jobs was to help my father measure and stake the property.5 cm and weight 27. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shweta Hingorani | Published: February 11, Police said the victim is a student of Class IX at a local school and knows all the suspects. The anti-corruption movement launched by Anna Hazare in Delhi,six accused have been identified and efforts are on to nab the culprits. with a walking stick, “Back home what are you doing? but Opposition sought a probe into the revelation.
and the state’s main opposition party,” “The advances were not physical; it was more in the nature of an obsessive romantic and sexual interest,” A 25-year-old male nurse from Kerala said, Ruhi says to Ishita that she need not try to bring her close to Raman. Drugs for treating malaria and bacterial infections accounted for nearly 65 per cent of fake medicines. Scientists commissioned by WHO at the University of Edinburgh estimate the number of children dying from pneumonia after receiving bad drugs to be between about 72000 and 169000 WHO says the cases of fake medicines it found are only “a small fraction” and problems may be going unreported The reports were released on Tuesday For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Washington | Published: October 30 2017 12:18 pm Apple’s newest device is designed to be unlocked with a facial scan with a number of privacy safeguards – as the data will only be stored on the phone and not in any databases (File Photo) Related News Apple will let you unlock the iPhone X with your face – a move likely to bring facial recognition to the masses along with concerns over how the technology may be used for nefarious purposes Apple’s newest device set to go on sale November 3 is designed to be unlocked with a facial scan with a number of privacy safeguards – as the data will only be stored on the phone and not in any databases Unlocking one’s phone with a face scan may offer added convenience and security for iPhone users according to Apple which claims its “neural engine” for FaceID cannot be tricked by a photo or hacker While other devices have offered facial recognition Apple is the first to pack the technology allowing for a three-dimensional scan into a hand-held phone But despite Apple’s safeguards privacy activists fear the widespread use of facial recognition would “normalise” the technology and open the door to broader use by law enforcement marketers or others of a largely unregulated tool “Apple has done a number of things well for privacy but it’s not always going to be about the iPhone X” said Jay Stanley a policy analyst with the American Civil Liberties Union “There are real reasons to worry that facial recognition will work its way into our culture and become a surveillance technology that is abused” A study last year by Georgetown University researchers found nearly half of all Americans in a law enforcement database that includes facial recognition without their consent Civil liberties groups have sued over the FBI’s use of its “next generation” biometric database which includes facial profiles claiming it has a high error rate and the potential for tracking innocent people “We don’t want police officers having a watch list embedded in their body cameras scanning faces on the sidewalk” said Stanley Clare Garvie – the Georgetown University Law School associate who led the 2016 study on facial recognition databases – agreed that Apple is taking a responsible approach but others might not “My concern is that the public is going to become inured or complacent about this” Garvie said Widespread use of facial recognition “could make our lives more trackable by advertisers by law enforcement and maybe someday by private individuals” she said Garvie said her research found significant errors in law enforcement facial recognition databases opening up the possibility someone could be wrongly identified as a criminal suspect Another worry she said is that police could track individuals who have committed no crime simply for participating in demonstrations Shanghai and other Chinese cities have recently started deploying facial recognition to catch those who flout the rules of the road including jaywalkers Facial recognition and related technologies can also be used by retail stores to identify potential shoplifters and by casinos to pinpoint undesirable gamblers It can even be used to deliver personalized marketing messages – and could have some other potentially unnerving applications Last year a Russian photographer figured out how to match the faces of porn stars with their social media profiles to “doxx” them or reveal their true identities This type of use “can create huge problems” said Garvie “We have to consider the worst possible uses of the technology” Apple’s system uses 30000 infrared dots to create a digital image which is stored in a “secure enclave” according to a white paper issued by the company on its security It said the chances of a “random” person being able to unlock the device are one in a million compared with one in 50000 for its TouchID Apple’s FaceID is likely to touch off fresh legal battles about whether police can require someone to unlock a device FaceID “brings the company deeper into a legal debate” that stemmed from the introduction of fingerprint identification on smartphones according to ACLU staff attorney Brett Max Kaufman Kaufman says in a blog post that courts will be grappling with the constitutional guarantees against unreasonable searches and self-incrimination if a suspect is forced to unlock a device US courts have generally ruled that it would violate a user’s rights to give up a passcode because it is “testimonial” – but that situation becomes murkier when biometrics are applied Apple appears to have anticipated this situation by allowing a user to press two buttons for two seconds to require a passcode but Garvie said court battles over compelling the use of FaceID are likely Regardless of these concerns Apple’s introduction is likely to bring about widespread use of facial recognition technology “What Apple is doing here will popularize and get people more comfortable with the technology” said Patrick Moorhead principal analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy who follows the sector “If I look at Apple’s track record of making things easy for consumers I’m optimistic users are going to like this” Garvie added it is important to have conversations about facial recognition because there is little regulation governing the use of the technology “The technology may well be inevitable” she said “It is going to become part of everyone’s lives if it isn’t already” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: April 18 2012 10:34 am Top News Johnny Depp is being sued by a disabled womanwho alleges that his bodyguards assaulted her The incident is said to have occured in December and Robyn Ecker52claims security guards tore her trousers off and bear-hugged her while restraining her wristsTMZ reported According to the lawsuit filed in LA County Superior Courtthe woman claims she was trying to get to her seat in the VIP area of an Iggy Pop concert The womanwho is a professor of medicine at UC Irvinesaid that the bodyguard ripped her cell phone out of her hand If charges are eventually madeit would not be the first time the actor has been involved in legal woes In 1994 he was charged with wrecking a hotel room in New York For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 12 2016 9:27 pm The campaign went live on Sonam’s app on September 10 and on September 11 on it was out on YouTube channel Top News While celebrating the change in attitudes of todays women towards the concept of hair colouring actress Sonam Kapoor has urged them to experiment and have fun with hair and colour As the ambassador of L’Oréal Paris Sonam says that colours give her confidence to indulge in her fashion choices The brand recently launched its campaign on Casting Crème Gloss range on its digital platforms “Colours add joy to my days I wouldn’t be able to imagine my life in dull black and white It has such a beautiful way of inducing energy and life into everything it touches Colouring my hair has made them look more glossy and beautiful… it gives me confidence to indulge in my fashion choices and really play with my looks” Sonam said in a statement The campaign went live on Sonam’s app on September 10 and on September 11 on it was out on YouTube channel For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Berlin | Updated: May 5 2015 5:12 pm A popular drug used to treat heart disease may increase the risk of death in patients with heart problems (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News A popular drug used to treat heart disease may increase the risk of death in patients with heart problems a new large-scale research has claimed There is conflicting evidence about whether digoxin a drug that has been used worldwide for centuries to treat heart disease might contribute to an increase in deaths in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) or congestive heart failure (CHF) Now the largest review of all the evidence to date shows that it is associated with an increased risk of death in these patients particularly in those being treated for AF Researchers from the JW Goethe University in Frankfurt Germany conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of all studies published in peer-reviewed journals between 1993-2014 that looked at the effects of digoxin on death from any cause in AF and CHF patients They identified 19 relevant studies that included a total of 326426 patients (235047 AF and 91379 CHF patients) They found that among patients who were treated with digoxin there was an overall 21 per cent increased risk of death from any cause compared to patients who were not receiving this treatment When they looked at the group of AF patients and the group of CHF patients separately digoxin was associated with a 29 per cent and 14 per cent increased risk of death from any cause respectively when compared to patients not receiving the drug Digoxin is extracted from the foxglove plant (digitalis) and it helps the heart beat more strongly and with a more regular rhythm It is commonly used in patients with atrial fibrillation (an irregular heartbeat) and also in patients with heart failure (congestive heart failure is when the heart’s function as a pump is impaired) However it can be difficult to use successfully as there is a narrow dose range at which it is effective and beyond which it can be dangerous Regular blood tests are required to test the levels of digoxin in the blood and high levels have been correlated with an increased death rate in patients Currently its use is recommended in guidelines from the US and from the European Society of Cardiology for patients with heart failure and problems with control of the heart’s rhythm Researchers call for randomised controlled trials of digoxin saying “until such proper randomised controlled trials are being completed digoxin should be used with great caution (including monitoring plasma levels) particularly when administered for rate control in AF” “Our analysis together with evidence from other studies all point in the same direction: there is harm associated with the use of digoxin” Stefan Hohnloser Professor of Cardiology at the university who led the study said The study was published in the European Heart Journal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News Capricorn Venus swings this way and that from January to March There’ll be plenty of emotional 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