Mumbai On Heels

first_imgI am combing through the racks of Colaba’s pristine, white Bombay Electric, checking out an exceptionally expensive and gorgeous supple leather vintage belt, (since when do Indians do vintage?), and wondering how on earth it is that I’ve never been here before. Where had this store been hiding on all those trips I had made back to India? But then it only opened few years ago. Growing up, I frequently visited my extended family in India. The trips often involved visiting 400 relatives and being force-fed grandma’s homemade samosas. To keep me interested in our trips, my mom would promise me loads of shopping, new custom made outfits, and tons of jewelry. We would go shopping at Chor Bazaar and Fashion Street, where I would pick through the poor knock-offs of Western outfits and wonder what the big deal was. I would try to squeeze too-small hot pink beaded mirrored bangles onto my wrists in the back of some little shop only my mom could find. After selecting the right fabric, she would drag me to the tailor with the latest copy of Stardust in tow, with a picture of some starlet’s outfit I wanted copied. Meanwhile, I would try to hide my teenage embarrassment at having an old tailor measure me. Going back to India was always fun, but glamorous it was not.  Bombay Electric, a clean, white, minimalist store, (no neon walls and or old men here), stocks the most cutting edge in Indian designIndia may have mastered the art of song-and-dance, delicious, sinus-clearing spicy food, meditation and yoga, but fashion was something that was yet to be — at least for NRIs. Indian fashion has long been influenced by Bollywood; by the Madhuris, the Sridevis, and the Aishwaryas. But Bollywood is a fantasy. Translating rhinestones and sequins into everyday attire hasn’t been terribly chic or successful at any major level. Modern, ready-to-wear, off-the-rack clothing was almost unheard of, until recently. With a bevvy of Indian designers popping up in the past few years, (Manish Malhotra, Payal Singhal, Ashish Soni), I wondered if fashion had changed in Mumbai. Sure I knew all about the rising wealth, the outsourcing, the techies, but like many NRIs, my image of India came in stagnant flashes. A month in 1986. Two weeks in 1999. Three weeks in 2002. In between, my parents kept the memories alive with their stories of a frozen-in-time 1976 India. I had always looked at India through the filter of my parents and their own nostalgia. It was time to rediscover India. And for a fashionista like myself, shopping was as good a reason as any to rediscover the new Mumbai. At least the one that included high heels and handbags.Which brings me to the neighborhood of Colaba, which has always been a center of affluence in Mumbai, (the Ambanis and Tatas reside here), and it’s also home to the Taj Hotel, the Gateway of India, and the famed Café Leopold. In recent years Colaba has become not just a bastion of affluence, but one of Mumbai’s trendiest neighborhoods as well. It has become home to designer boutiques, home décor stores, western-style cafes, hip bars, and hotels catering to tourists and locals alike. So, understandably, I decided it was a perfect place to start my exploration of India’s new wave of modernity.  I stood in Bombay Electric, the clean, white, minimalist store, (no neon walls and or old men here), stocking the most cutting edge in Indian design and I couldn’t help but think that if Carrie Bradshaw, (the protagonist of Sex and the City), was a denizen of Mumbai rather than New York, she would undoubtedly shop here. With nary a salwar kameez or ghagra choli in sight, the store appealed to the modern Mumbaiker, the girl who drinks lattes in the morning, brings home the bacon and hits Bollywood hotspots at night. This definitely isn’t your mother’s Mumbai. Bombay Electric is the kind of establishment I had always longed for, but never found. My heart was aflutter.I waltzed around the store in a love-induced fog, wading through designers like Manish Arora, in-house brand Ghee Butter and international finds I had never heard of like United Nude. I even found Ashish Soni, a designer whose fashion show I had attended in New York. His fresh, cotton, breezy creations could be equally at home in New York as in Mumbai. Other than a dash of embroidery, the clothes were not distinctively Indian, nor were they particularly Western. Rather, his collection was the mark of someone who walked between both worlds. I gazed longingly at the latest Little Shilpa creation, a diaphanous grayish blue tulle hat from her Moonbeams and Daydreams collection. Although, truthfully, I’m not sure if you can even call it a hat; it’s more like a work of art. I ran over to examine it, inhaling its lusciousness. I wondered if I could pull it off, but then came to my senses realizing such attire is best left for Lady Gaga and her ilk. Even so, I couldn’t help but appreciate her dedication to artistry and creativity. It was the exact opposite of everything I had ever experienced previously while shopping in Mumbai, and yet it was so very India right now. It was in that moment, I made a vow to myself: no more Chor Bazaar. Priya Kishore, founder and creative director of Bombay Electric (above): The store, which opened in 2006, was among the first of its kind.Bombay Electric is just one of the stores in SoBo, (South Bombay), catering to India’s new yuppies. When owner and style icon, Priya Kishore, opened Bombay Electric back in 2006, the boutique was one of the first of its kind, prompting the New York Times to dub it the “Barney’s of Bombay.” Now areas like Colaba have seen an explosion of trendy boutiques showcasing the newest and edgiest in Indian design as well as international designers. Everyone from celebs to fashion editors — people in-the-know — are flocking to SoBo for their fashion fix. After paying for my new striped Ghee Butter dress, I headed over to the recently opened Ogaan down the street. I had heard through the grapevine it was the place to go for up-and-coming designers and for Indo-Western fusion wear. The gigantic warehouse contains one of the most comprehensive collections of Indian designers today. Upon walking in, I was immediately taken with its stark industrial design, something I didn’t expect in Mumbai. With the gray walls, wood and metal elements, Ogaan is as much a store as it is a gallery of sorts — an ode to modern Indian design. All the garments are elegantly spaced out so customers can easily appreciate their craftsmanship. Owner Kavita Bhartia stocks her own namesake line of casual, flirty, boho dresses, as well as designers I had never heard of previously, like Gaurav & Ritika, whose minimally colored, but beautifully cut mini dresses had me swooning. Lecoanet Hemant is another unexpected find. Although it has been around since 1984, it has remained relatively under the radar. The line is edgy yet wearable, featuring pieces like high-waisted sequin skirts and hooded tank tops. The store also stocks handbags, scarves and jewelry, making it a one-stop shop for those in a hurry. However, how could I be satisfied with just two shops? I picked up a multicolored scarf and headed to the next store.I reasoned a day in spent shopping in Mumbai wouldn’t be complete without a visit to veteran designer Tarun Tahiliani’s boutique. I had heard so much about him, but had never actually seen any of his designs up close and personal. What I ended up loving about Tahliani’s confections is that even when he is designing a conventional Indian piece like a sari, he incorporates newer ideas, like pairing a metallic lame tube top with a beige colored sari. Even the draping puts a twist on tradition, with fabric coming from either side and tying in the middle. Unfortunately, I had no formal functions to go to, so visiting Tahliani’s store was more for window-shopping than anything else. I needed something for a night on the town.  Tarun Tahilani: Even when he is designing a conventional Indian piece like a sari, he incorporates newer ideas, like pairing a metallic lame tube top with a beige colored sari. While the previous few stores covered all things flowy and pretty, the clothing lacked sex appeal. Sometimes you just want to wear a tight dress. I hopped over to Ensemble, where I discovered Shrivan Naresh. Some of Naresh’s designs are so fitted that you just might need help getting into them. Body-conscious dresses aren’t something you see too often in India, so I was pleasantly surprised to see a designer think outside the very traditional box and even more excited to see bright colors like teal paired with simpler hues like tan. Ensemble features fewer emerging designers and more of the heavy hitters of Indian fashion, such as Rohit Bal and Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Alas, the dress I liked at Ensemble didn’t fit me, so I was forced to sadly put it back. Nonetheless, I felt a sense of accomplishment after a full day of shopping in Colaba. Not only did I become reacquainted with Mumbai, (at least shopping wise), but I discovered all kinds of new Indian designers and gained a new appreciation for the homegrown talent. OK, so Mumbai isn’t going to become the next Paris anytime soon, but shopping in India provides a respite from the increasingly homogenized shops of Europe and the United States. Breaking free from the stereotypes of the past, Mumbai now offers a dash of color, a unique Indian take on western wear, or some good old Indian bling bling.  Related Itemslast_img read more

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Vijay Goel writes to PMO, seeks Bharat Ratna for hockey wizard Dhyan Chand

first_imgThe Sports Ministry has written to the Prime Minister’s Office, requesting Bharat Ratna for the late Dhyan Chand in what can considered be its latest push to bestow the hockey legend with India’s highest civilian honour.Sports Minister Vijay Goel confirmed to PTI that he has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”Yes, we have written to the Prime Minister about Bharat Ratna for Dhyan Chand. Conferring the honour posthumously will be a fitting tribute to his exceptional service to the country,” said Goel.It is not the first time that the Ministry has sought Bharat Ratna for Dhyan Chand, who helped India win three gold medals at the Olympics (1928, 1932, and 1936).During the UPA rule in 2013, the Sports Ministry had chosen the hockey wizard for the honour over cricketing great Sachin Tendulkar.However in the same year, it was eventually announced that Tendulkar will be the first sportsperson to receive the award, hours after he ended his illustrious international career.Asked whether Dhyan Chand, who passed away in 1979, should have got Bharat Ratna before Tendulkar, Goel said: “I would not want to get into this and it is not fair to comment about sportspersons of such legendary stature.”You can’t measure Dhyan Chand’s achievements with any award. He is beyond that.”As I said, Prime Minister will take the final call on this subject. He wants India to emerge as a sporting power and that is why he has been giving a lot of emphasis to sports.”We want him to consider this. We feel Bharat Ratna to Dhyan Chand will not only give a huge boost to Indian hockey but also to other sports,” said Goel.advertisementThe Ministry decided to write to the Prime Minister earlier this week.Dhyan Chand’s son Ashok Kumar and other former players have been demanding Bharat Ratna for their hockey hero for years.Last year, former India captains Ashok Kumar, Ajit Pal Singh, Zafar Iqbal, Dilip Tirkey were among a 100 former players who sat on a protest on Dhyan Chand being repeatedly ignored.Even in 2011, government did not consider the plea of 82 members of parliament who backed Dhyan Chand for the recognition.’The Wizard’ is considered one of the greatest hockey players of all time and singlehandedly popularised the game in India.His birthday, August 29, is celebrated as the National Sports Day when the country’s top athletes are awarded by the President of India.last_img read more

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Mexican Grand Prix: McLaren drivers face hefty penalties

first_imgMcLaren drivers Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne expect to start Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix from the back row after incurring hefty grid penalties for engine changes.”Unfortunately I think we will have to change the engine again,” double Formula One world champion Alonso told reporters at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit on Thursday.”We will start at the back. Probably this circuit is not the preferred one for our package anyway so we expect not to be super-competitive here.”Maybe it is the best place to take the penalty and hopefully invest in Brazil and Abu Dhabi with this new engine,” added the Spaniard, who expected a complete swap of power unit components.Former champions McLaren are ninth in the championship and 20 points adrift of eighth-placed Haas with three races remaining.Their season has been beset by reliability problems with the Honda engines, triggering the decision to switch to Renault power next year.”We’re taking some engine penalties this weekend, because we know it’s a tricky weekend for us,” Vandoorne told reporters. “I think for me it will be the full package, so 35 places.”To be honest, I know how to deal with these situations now,” added the Belgian.last_img read more

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Suzuki V-Strom 650XT ABS launched in India at Rs 7.46 lakh

first_imgSuzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd has introduced an upgraded variant of its all-terrain touring bike V-Strom, the V-Strom 650XT ABS, for a price starting at Rs 7.46 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new generation has been given several tweaks for better performance, more control and ample versatility.The 2019 Suzuki V-Strom 650XT ABS gets a four stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC with 90 degree and 645 cm3 V-twin engine having new technology such as the resin-coated pistons. Over 60 engine components have been revised for higher output in a broad area of the rev-range, while keeping the unique V-Twin character with low fuel consumption. The bike is available in two colour options — Champion Yellow and Pearl Glacier White.The instrument cluster on the new 650 now has a large analogue tachometer and digital readouts for the gear position and speedometer. The digital section below displays the odometer, twin-trip meter, clock, fuel level, coolant temperature, ambient temperature, battery voltage, range on remaining fuel, average and instantaneous fuel consumptions and traction-control modes.The new V-Strom features tubeless tyre-applicable wire-spoked wheels. The Champion Yellow coloured model features gold-anodised rims in contrast to the black-anodised items on the Pearl Glacier White. Wheel sizes are 19-inch on the front and 17-inch on the rear. The advanced traction control system on the bike monitors its front and rear wheel speeds, throttle position, crank position, gear position with various sensors and controls the engine output by managing the ignition timing and air delivery.The traction control system can be switched off or to either of two modes. Mode one allows modest rear wheel spin for more advanced riding, while mode two activates traction control at the slightest loss of rear-wheel grip to help the rider on slippery surfaces or in the rain.advertisementThe 2019 Suzuki V-Strom 650XT ABS comes equipped with 310 mm diameter twin discs with twin two piston calipers on the front and a 260 mm diameter single disk with a single piston caliper on the rear. The company also claims that the compact and light-weight ABS has been upgraded to the next generation with advanced settings.Talking about the overall dimensions of the new bike, its length is 2,275 mm, width 910 mm, height 1,405 mm, wheelbase 1,560 mm, ground clearance 170 mm, seat height 835 mm and kerb mass 216 kg.The refurbished tank on V-Strom 650XT ABS has a capacity of 20 litres. Also by eliminating the plastic covers on both sides of the tank from the previous model, the company has made it slimmer and it can now accommodate magnetically attachable tank bags.The accessory bar on the new bike underlines the adventure touring look for it. It has been given a matte black powder coat finish and 2 mm thick steel tube for mounting LED fog lights. The top case has a capacity of 55 litres and can accommodate two helmets. The chain guard has been made out of powder coated aluminium and displays the V-Strom logo.ALSO READ | Land Rover launches 2019 Discovery Sport Landmark Edition, price starts at Rs 53.77 lakhALSO READ | Tata Motors increases prices of Hexa, SUV now starts at Rs 12.99 lakhALSO READ | Mahindra XUV300 safety features revealed, company claims several segment-first attributes in the new SUVlast_img read more

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ESPN Releases New Top 25 Following Week 3

first_imgAlabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa throws a pass against Duke.ATLANTA, GEORGIA – AUGUST 31: Tua Tagovailoa #13 of the Alabama Crimson Tide warms up prior to facing the Duke Blue Devils at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on August 31, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)ESPN has updated its top 25 rankings following an eventful third weekend of the 2019 college football season on Saturday.Week 3 didn’t feature any huge games between ranked teams, but it did include a bunch of upsets, with several top 25 teams losing to unranked foes.ESPN’s Football Power Index has updated its rankings following Week 3.Here’s the new top 25 from ESPN’s computer:AlabamaClemsonGeorgiaLSUOhio StateNotre DameOklahomaOregonAuburnWisconsinFloridaPenn StateTexas A&MUCFMichiganMichigan StateWashingtonMiamiTexasMissouriIowaUtahUSCMississippi StateOklahoma StateWeek 4 of the 2019 college football season should bring even more changes, with a couple of massive games in Wisconsin-Michigan and Notre Dame-Georgia.The official new Coaches’ Poll and AP Poll will be out later today.last_img read more

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Mohammad Azharuddin predicts 5-0 win for India vs New Zealand in ODI series

first_imgMohammad Azharuddin predicts 5-0 win for India vs New Zealand in ODI seriesIndia vs New Zealand: Former skipper Mohammad Azharuddin praised the Indian team and predicted a 5-0 result in the ongoing five-match ODI series in New Zealand. India currently lead the series 2-0 after victories in the first two ODIs.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiJanuary 27, 2019UPDATED: January 27, 2019 23:39 IST India won the first two ODIs vs New Zealand comfortably (BCCI Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia lead the five-match ODI series 2-0 after victories in the first two matches vs New ZealandIndia and New Zealand play the third ODI of the series on Monday”The way India are playing, I think Virat Kohli will return home with an unbeatable 3-0 lead,” Azhar saidFormer India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin is mighty impressed with the way Indian team has performed in the ongoing one day international series in New Zealand. India produced clinical shows in the first two ODIs in Napier and Mount Maunganui to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series. The third match of the series will be played in Mount Maunganui on Monday.”I think 5-0. The way New Zealand are currently playing, I don’t think they will be able to win any match. But nothing is impossible in one day cricket,” Azharuddin told Sports Tak.Azharuddin also termed India a much better side compared to New Zealand, who are No.3 in the ICC ODI team rankings.”The India team is playing so good that it is compelling New Zealand to make mistakes. We thought New Zealand would put a fight but our team is a few steps ahead of them. We are a better side in terms of batting and bowling…I think there’s a scope for improvement in the fielding department,” he said.Azhar also batted for players like Shubman Gill to be given a chance in the fourth and fifth ODIs if India go on to take a 3-0. The two teams will meet again on Monday for the third match of the series.Virat Kohli will return home after the third ODI and in his absence Rohit Sharma will lead the side in the remaning two matches and the three-match Twenty20 series.”The way India are playing, I think Virat Kohli will return home with an unbeatable 3-0 lead. And if that happens, India can experiment in the final two ODIs. Players like Shubman Gill and other who have not been given a chance yet may play. Vijay Shankar hasn’t batted yet and I think he should be part of the final two ODIs. I believe Pandya should be promoted up to bat at No.4 in the final two ODIs. He is a capable batsman. We have to think out of the box and if he plays well at No.4, it’s good for India. I want new players to be given the chance after 3-0,” he said.advertisementAzhar also said Rishabh Pant should be included in the side in place of Ambati Rayudu during the World Cup.”I think Rishabh Pant should play in place of Ambati Rayudu in the World Cup. No doubt, Rayudu has played well so far but when you go for the World Cup your each and every player should be best. I believe, Pant should be given a chance. Kedar Jadhav can bat at No.4 and Pant lower down the order,” Azhar said.Former India cricketer Madan Lal said he was “disappointed” with the way New Zealand played so far in the series.”I think New Zealand is in shock. They are facing one of the best bowling attacks in the world. They failed to play 50 overs in both the matches. There’s no game plan as such. I think, they have lacked temperament and also have not applied themseleves the way the should have. Anything can happen in ODIs. It’s not that they cannot make a comeback in the series,” Madan Lal said.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byJepher Nickels Tags :Follow Mohammad AzharuddinFollow Virat KohliFollow Rishabh PantFollow Ambati RayuduFollow Madan Lallast_img read more

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India name 15-man squad for 2019 Cricket World Cup

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Crime Prevention Strategy Launched

first_imgCommunities across Nova Scotia are getting help to make their neighbourhoods safer places to live, work and raise their families. Time to Fight Crime Together was released today, Dec. 10, to address areas for action identified by the Minister’s Task Force on Safer Streets and Communities. Fifteen million dollars will be invested over four years for new and expanded anti-crime initiatives. This is in addition to the province’s earlier commitment to invest $65 million to add 250 additional police officers in Nova Scotia. “We have developed a comprehensive plan to fight crime, guided by the input of hundreds of Nova Scotians who provided input through the task force,” said Justice Minister Cecil Clarke. “The plan addresses current crime through stronger enforcement and improved intervention, while stopping crime from happening in the first place through more prevention efforts.” New funding will be used to create a mental health court program, expand attendance centres, provide grants for youth activities, develop senior safety programs and create a new team to focus on crime prevention and work with communities. “Crime is a complex problem that requires a multi-faceted, comprehensive solution, and I believe this strategy delivers,” said Halifax Regional Police Chief Frank Beazley, co-chair of the Minister’s Task Force on Safer Streets and Communities. “It includes practical and attainable ways to address our recommendations.” Time to Fight Crime Together builds on other government initiatives, including government’s response to the Nunn Commission of Inquiry, the Social Prosperity Framework, and the Child and Youth Strategy. New and expanded initiatives include community-led early intervention programs for youth in conflict with the law; improved supervision of adult and young offenders in the community; and new street crime enforcement teams. A new mental health court program will hold offenders accountable for their behaviour in a way that is supportive and sensitive to their illness is a key intervention initiative. A crime prevention division is also being created within the Department of Justice to turn the crime prevention strategy into action, and to help people get involved with crime prevention in their communities. “This strategy presents new opportunities to work with communities and individual Nova Scotians to build a safer and more secure province,” said Mr. Clarke. The full strategy and more information on specific initiatives can be found online at www.gov.ns.ca . The crime prevention strategy is a part of the province’s new social prosperity framework, Weaving the Threads: A Lasting Social Fabric, based on the principles of collaboration, co-ordination and shared responsibility.last_img read more

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Beat the Heat this Summer

first_imgWith high temperatures and humidity in the forecast, Nova Scotians are reminded to keep an eye on the weather to protect themselves from heat-related illness this summer. Infants, pre-schoolers, adults 65 and older, and people with chronic conditions such as lung or heart problems may become sick due to high heat and humidity. Dr. Richard Gould, a medical officer of health in Nova Scotia, reminds Nova Scotians to adjust their daily activities if it is going to get too hot. “We should all pay attention to weather conditions and take reasonable precautions to protect ourselves from high temperatures,” said Dr. Gould. “If you’re going to be outdoors on a hot, humid day, especially if you are doing vigorous activities or are vulnerable to the effects of hot weather, make sure you have plenty of water and rest breaks.” When the humidex exceeds 40, extra caution and rescheduling vigorous activity to a cooler time of the day should be strongly considered. The humidex tells how hot it feels for the average person. It combines temperature and humidity. Symptoms of heat-related illness can include: If you do not have access to a cool place at home, or work, you should take advantage of air conditioned places like shopping malls, libraries, or community centres. Cooling off in a pool or area close to the ocean may also provide relief. For more heat safety tips visit www.novascotia.ca/dhw. To find the humidex level in your community, visit www.weatheroffice.gc.ca. In cases of extreme temperatures, a fan may not provide enough cooling. Family pets may also be affected by high temperatures. They should have plenty of water available, and be kept in well- ventilated areas. People with underlying health issues may see their symptoms worsen. If you are experiencing heat-related illness symptoms, call 8-1-1 to speak with a nurse. In an emergency situation, call 9-1-1. To beat the heat, health officials recommend that you: stay in shaded, or cool air-conditioned areas drink plenty of water wear light-coloured clothing take breaks often if you’re exercising or working outside do not leave children, infants or pets unattended in vehicles. heat cramps such as muscle spasms fainting or near fainting heat exhaustion, which may include fatigue, weakness, reduced energy, headache, and nausea heat stroke, that may create confusion, disorientation, loss of consciousness or seizures.last_img read more

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Bill proposing Rs 2 cr ex gratia 5 job quota to kin

first_imgNew Delhi: A private member bill seeking to provide one-time lump sum honorarium of Rs 2 crore, free railway passes and reservation up to 5 per cent in private and public jobs for dependents of martyrs of armed forces, was introduced in Lok Sabha.The bill which proposes a slew of benefits for the dependents of martyrs, including annual free vacation, was introduced by NCP leader Supriya Sule. Introducing the bill in the Lower House of Parliament, she said a new Act titled ‘The Payment of Financial Assistance to the Families of Martyrs Act, 2019’ should be constituted. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’Under the Act, a Financial Assistance Payment Authority chaired by the defence minister should oversee the welfare and payments to the dependents of martyrs of armed forces, she said. Describing the martyrdom of soldiers as “supreme sacrifice” for the motherland, Sule, in the bill, said it is the minimum responsibility of the government to provide the families (spouse, children and parents) of such martyrs necessary facilities, to compensate for their loss. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KAccording to the bill, all soldiers of army, air force, navy and coast guard, who died during duty–either in combat or natural death–will be considered as ‘martyrs’. “The need is to give one-time ex gratia lump sum honorarium of rupees two crore to families of martyrs, which will be indexed to inflation. In addition, the family is entitled to get pensionary and other benefits which the soldier would get if he were alive,” the bill states. For guarding the martyr’s family against any risks and uncertainties, the bill proposes complete medical insurance coverage for them. And to secure their future, there is the need for life insurance cover in the name of the widow, it said. For ensuring quality education of the children of martyrs, the bill makes provision for reservation of up to 5 per cent seats in all educational institutions and in jobs in both public and private sector. Apart from the various benefits, lifetime free railway passes, annual vacation within India with accommodation in government guest houses…should also be provided, it added.last_img read more

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Father alleges babys thumb snipped

first_imgBardhaman: The father of a two-month-old baby alleged that the tip of the infant’s thumb had been snipped by a junior doctor during a medical procedure, following which the hospital superintendent sought a report from the facility’s pediatrics department. Situ Sheikh, a resident of Simulia village in Purba Bardhaman district, on Thursday had lodged a written complaint to this effect with the Superintendent of Burdwan Medical College and Hospital (BMCH), Prabir Sengupta. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe baby had been admitted to the BMCH with loose motion on Sunday. In his complaint, Situ Sheikh said that when a junior doctor was asked to make the saline channel on Tuesday, he snipped the tip of the baby’s right hand thumb with half of the nail, while cutting the bandage with a scissor. “The hospital authorities should take appropriate action against the doctor and such an incident should not happen to any other baby,” he said. The BMCH superintendent said that after receiving the complaint, he had sought a report from the head of the pediatrics department, who informed him that the baby had suffered a cut on his finger. “Surgeons have examined the child. He has suffered a cut on the upper portion of his thumb, but the finger, with portion of the nail, was not snipped. “The matter has been sorted out with the patient’s family,” Sengupta said.last_img read more

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Casablancas Ibn Arabi High School Host Talent Show and InterSchool Competition

Rabat – Ibn Arabi High School, located in El Gharbia, Sidi Bennour organized on Saturday the first edition of its Students’ Talent Show and Inter-Schools Competitions, under the title “Moroccan…Proud to Be.”The event hosted several activities, including singing, a spelling bee, improvisation, photography and drawing, and public speaking on different topics such as the Green March, Tabourida  and Moroccan costumes.About 175 students took part in these competitions. The competition’ first edition was organized in coordination with the Ibn Arabi Youth Club. Juries were made up of several teachers of English and art, namely Hasna Ghouila, Nawal Mardi, Abdelhakim El Maghi, Youness Errachidi, and Abdelali Mounir.“It was difficult to name winners as the contestants were so enthusiastic, proud, and eager to win the competition,” explained Rachid Benjlil, an English teacher and founder and coordinator of Ibn Arabi Youth Club.During the event, high-school headmaster Mohamed El Mahboubi delivered a speech in which he stressed the importance of such activities and initiatives, which he said provide students with the opportunity to enrich their cultural knowledge and develop their public speaking and linguistic skills.“The public speaking competition was an opportunity for the attendees to enjoy a trip through Moroccan history, culture, and values,” added Benjlil. read more

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Afghanistan UN urges campaigns to cooperate with election audit process

According to the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), any further delays only exacerbate the already heavy toll that the current uncertainty has on the political, security and economic environment, as well as on the lives of ordinary Afghans. “An audit of this scale and complexity has never been attempted before anywhere in the world,” said the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and head of UNAMA, Ján Kubiš, in a statement from Kabul. “I commend all those who have contributed to the progress in moving this critical process forward to the point where a credible outcome will soon be known,” he said, adding, “Then we expect that both leaders and their campaigns will honour their commitments to respect the outcome of the process.” Mr Kubiš said the UN expected that, besides the rapid conclusion of the vote audit process, the two presidential candidates would also at the earliest time reach an agreement on the establishment of a national unity government, which would lead Afghanistan from the current situation to stability. “The government of national unity based on partnership is the only option acceptable to the Afghan people and the international community. Speculation about any unconstitutional alternatives or appeals for civil disobedience can only worsen the current complicated situation,” he said. UNAMA, notes that the audit is unique for Afghanistan in terms of its scale, depth, observation, international supervision and the genuine joint responsibility given to the two campaigns for oversight of the process. The features of this ambitious exercise and the request to the international community to help implement it were set out in the 12 July Agreement reached between the two candidates. “The UN is dedicated to playing its part fully so that the audit effectively separates valid votes from fraudulent ballots in order to determine the will of Afghan voters and promote the ultimate goal of helping Afghanistan achieve its first ever peaceful transfer of power from one elected president to another,” said Mr. Kubiš, whao added: “Rarely have so many recognised experts and highly experienced electoral professionals been brought together at one time to support an elections process.” read more

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Brocks annual emergency exercise wraps up

Members of the Niagara Regional Police’s Emergency Task Unit in Cairns Complex today during Brock’s annual emergency training exercise. Today’s annual emergency training exercise at Brock University is now completed.The exercise was used to test Brock’s Emergency Management Team on aspects of emergency management and response as mandated by its Emergency Management Plan.For the exercise, Brock teamed up with Niagara Regional Police Services (NRPS).Both groups participated in a joint scenario developed by Campus Security that involved members of the University’s Emergency Response Team and Crisis Management Group, as well as the NRPS’ Emergency Task Unit and other uniformed officers.Brock and NRPS officials will now compare notes and identify areas for improvement moving forward in order to continue to enhance campus safety and security for both the University and Niagara communities. read more

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Are Any Of MLBs Breakout Teams For Real

Are Any Of MLBs Breakout Teams For Real

RangersAL West14-1314591473+14+4 MarinersAL West18-1314911497+7+3 CardinalsNL Central18-1015251537+12+23 TeamDivisionRecordPreseasonCurrentEloPlayoff odds We can break the most improved teams into a couple of groups. One features teams that were on the edge of contention before the season and whose hot starts solidified them as teams to be reckoned with in the playoff race. The other contains clubs who were not “supposed” to be this good (or even good at all) in the eyes of the preseason projections. These teams are in an interesting spot because their playoff odds are still low despite their promising showings. So how well they maintain their surprising performances will have a big effect on their decision-making around July’s trade deadline.Playing themselves into contentionNo team has improved its playoff odds more in April than the Tampa Bay Rays, who had a 42 percent shot at the postseason on opening day but as of Tuesday boasted a 74 percent chance to make the playoffs. Some of that is a byproduct of Boston’s poor start — the Red Sox had shed an MLB-high 39 points of playoff probability since starting the season — but the Rays are also a great example of a team that makes shrewd acquisitions and gets the most out of its talent. In addition to known commodities Tommy Pham, Kevin Kiermaier and Blake Snell, Tampa is also getting unexpectedly great performances out of infielders Yandy Diaz and Brandon Lowe, right fielder Austin Meadows1Who is currently on the injured list. and pitcher Tyler Glasnow. Some of that quartet’s early numbers are bound to revert to the mean, but Diaz, Lowe and Meadows all rank among the top 20 percent of hitters in exit velocity, and Glasnow has elite underlying indicators. Although the injury-plagued Yankees are the AL East favorites in our model, no team currently has better wild-card odds than Tampa Bay.As we mentioned before the season, the Minnesota Twins figured to be right in the most precarious zone between making and missing the postseason. A few extra wins here or there, and the Twins’ playoff odds would increase massively; a few extra losses, and they might be left out in the October cold. So Minnesota has done itself a huge favor by getting off to a 17-10 start, which is third-best in baseball. Obvious star candidates such as Byron Buxton and Jose Berrios have played well, but the Twins’ hot April was fueled even more by breakout seasons from the likes of Jorge Polanco (162 adjusted on-base plus slugging), Eddie Rosario (130) and even catcher Mitch Garver (203). Minnesota’s rotation has huge questions beyond Berrios and Jake Odorizzi, but with the Indians’ talent advantage in the AL Central diminished relative to previous seasons, the Twins have played their way into what could be the division’s most interesting race in years.The St. Louis Cardinals are a little different from the Rays and Twins because we basically listed them as co-favorites (with the Brewers and Cubs) in the NL Central during spring training. Still, with an 85-win projection on the heels of a three-year playoff drought, the Cards’ postseason fate was far from assured. The team’s hot start, however, has set St. Louis up with a 67 percent chance of making the playoffs as of Tuesday — 23 percentage points higher than it was before the season started. Prized offseason acquisition Paul Goldschmidt has been his usual self, while lineup mates Paul DeJong, Marcell Ozuna, Kolten Wong and Dexter Fowler have exploded for huge seasons so far. It’s fair to wonder how long some of that can last: At age 33, Fowler is a little old to suddenly emerge as a 5-win player, while DeJong has a .607 slugging percentage despite an average exit velocity in the bottom third of MLB. But by the same token, the Cardinals’ pitching is probably better than its current 25th-place ranking in wins above replacement,2Using a mix of the WAR versions found at FanGraphs and Baseball-Reference.com. particularly once Carlos Martinez returns from injury this month. Whatever happens, St. Louis has given itself the early edge in a brutal division race.We’re good! OK, now what?The Texas Rangers got everybody’s attention over the weekend by blistering the Seattle Mariners by a combined score of 29-2 in back-to-back games. The Rangers are 14-14, but they also have a +9 run differential against a schedule that ranks second-toughest in baseball so far, according to the average Elo rating of its opponents. Texas wasn’t supposed to be competitive like this: They haven’t broken .500 since 2016, and they lost longtime franchise cornerstone Adrian Beltre to retirement over the offseason. But the team has seen a handful of pleasant surprises early on — starting with pitcher Mike Minor, who boasts the eighth-best adjusted earned run average (174) in the AL. Left fielder Joey Gallo has launched 10 home runs already, Elvis Andrus and Shin-Soo Choo have produced vintage seasons, and Danny Santana has recaptured the form that saw him vie for rookie of the year honors in 2014. But even with all that, Texas is still just third in the AL West, and our model gives it only a 7 percent chance of making the playoffs. In the race to the bottom for better picks, the Rangers were looking before the season like they might get a top-five selection in next summer’s MLB draft, but now their hot start might have them rethinking their rebuilding trajectory for the time being.Similarly, the Arizona Diamondbacks seemed destined for a rebuild after trading Goldschmidt to the Cardinals and watching free agents such as Patrick Corbin walk during the winter. Yet those plans might need to be put on hold in light of the team’s 17-13 start. According to our model, the D-backs on Tuesday had a 35 percent chance to make the playoffs (up 12 percentage points from preseason) and are on track to win 83 games, which would actually be an improvement on last year’s record despite the offseason talent exodus. First baseman Christian Walker (151 OPS+) has come out of nowhere with a scorching start, Zack Greinke continues to pitch like an ace, and closer Greg Holland hasn’t yet allowed a run. Arizona has gotten strong performances up and down the lineup, including from the likes of David Peralta, Adam Jones, Ketel Marte, Eduardo Escobar, Nick Ahmed and Jarrod Dyson. The Dodgers look too good to realistically be chased down in the West, but the D-backs are still in the NL’s playoff race, however improbably.The Seattle Mariners have cooled off some after their 13-2 start, going 5-12 since April 11. Even so, they’re another team with better playoff odds (15 percent as of Tuesday) than we’d expect from their offseason dealings — which included losing free agent slugger Nelson Cruz and trading ace pitcher James Paxton, closer Edwin Diaz and star second baseman Robinson Cano. Even through its recent slump, Seattle maintains MLB’s third-highest batting WAR courtesy of big years from Daniel Vogelbach (224 OPS+ !), Omar Narvaez (140) and Tim Beckham (139), to go with the usual mashing by Edwin Encarnacion (136), Domingo Santana (131) and Mitch Haniger (131). Starter Marco Gonzalez has also delivered an unexpectedly great season thus far, with a 150 ERA+ that has him leading the AL in pitching WAR. Seattle’s big home run rate (4.7 percent of all plate appearances) is out of line with its batted-ball metrics, and the team’s defense remains abysmal, so it’s no surprise that a regression has already begun to set in. But by virtue of their early record — still among the best in baseball — the Mariners will have to decide whether to try to end the franchise’s long-running playoff drought by making upgrades this season or to keep biding their time for a future postseason run.Check out our latest MLB predictions.CORRECTION (May 2, 2019, 11:40 a.m.): An earlier version of the table in this story listed the wrong division for three teams. The Tampa Bay Rays and Toronto Blue Jays play in the AL East, and the Philadelphia Phillies play in the NL East. RaysAL East19-915251539+13+32 D-backsNL West16-1314971510+12+12 Blue JaysAL East14-1414821488+6+2 CubsNL Central14-1215211527+6+6 MLB’s most improved teams since preseasonMLB teams with the largest change in FiveThirtyEight’s Elo ratings between opening day and April 30, 2019 Elo Ratingschange TwinsAL Central17-915081520+13+26 Statheads know that it usually takes roughly 70 games for baseball results to really start meaning something. On the first day of May a year ago, the New York Mets were 17-9 and the Los Angeles Dodgers were 12-16. Needless to say, both these teams’ fortunes would change: The Mets immediately collapsed into oblivion; the Dodgers went 80-55 the rest of the way and made the World Series. So the sensible move would be to sit tight and ignore the standings for a few more weeks.But we obviously aren’t going to do that — it’s too much fun to speculate about which hot starts are for real. And MLB’s first full month had plenty of interesting results: As some favorites’ playoff chances have receded, other teams have put themselves in strong postseason position already. Here are the teams that have improved the most in our MLB Elo ratings since opening day: PhilliesNL East16-1215191521+2+9 Sources: Baseball-Reference.com, Baseball Databank DodgersNL West19-1215621566+4+9 read more

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Mens Basketball Kaleb Wesson CJ Jackson lead No 15 Ohio State to

Ohio State senior point guard C.J. Jackson (3) dribbles the ball down the court during the second half of the game against Minnesota on Dec. 2. Ohio State won 79-59. Credit: Amal Saeed | Assistant Photo EditorKaleb Wesson has played an important role for Ohio State through the first 11 games of the season. The sophomore forward is averaging 16.5 points per game, scoring a career-high 31 points against Youngstown State on Tuesday. He is averaging 6.6 rebounds per game, recording 10 boards on Dec. 15, his first career double-double. For opponents like UCLA, Wesson is someone to plan the team’s defense around, which the Bruins did, showing a 2-3 zone for the majority of its contest against the Buckeyes, something Ohio State struggled with against Syracuse, its only loss of the season on Nov. 28. After struggling with the zone in the first half, shooting 36.1 percent from the field, Ohio State showed a faster pace in the second half, scoring 47 points and shooting 48.4 percent from the field to secure, a 80-66 win against UCLA, the Buckeyes’ 11th win in 12 games. Wesson had something extra to focus on: 7-foot-1 freshman center Moses Brown, who averages 9.4 rebounds per game, recording three games of at least 10 rebounds in the first 11 games of his collegiate career. Wesson won the matchup down low, recording six rebounds, including four offensive boards, in the first half, outrebounding Brown, who had one in the first half. Wesson finished with a career-high 12 boards, recording eight offensive rebounds while Brown had two rebounds. The sophomore forward also had 15 points, shooting 45.4 percent from the field in 27 minutes after fouling out late in the second half, giving Wesson his second double-double of his career and second in the past three games. With Wesson focused on Brown, the rest of the Ohio State defense stepped up, forcing 12 turnovers in the first half, recording nine points off turnovers despite allowing the Bruins to shoot 48.3 percent from the field. But the Bruins struggled from deep in the second half, connecting on two of nine from 3, giving Ohio State the 14-point victory. Offensively, Ohio State struggled to find a consistency from the floor early, making only five of its first 24 shot attempts. Ohio State connected on six of their final 12 attempts from the field, ending the half with a 33-30 lead after freshman guard Luther Muhammad connected on a jumper with 29 seconds left. Much like the Ohio State offense as a whole, senior guard C.J. Jackson struggled in the first half, making only one of his five attempts from the field with two points. And like the Ohio State offense in the second half, Jackson heated up, making 6-of-11 attempts from the field, ending the day as the Buckeyes’ leading scorer with 20 points. Jackson also finished with seven rebounds and six assists. The Buckeye offense found some holes in the Bruins’ zone early in the second half, running a quick offense and finding open layups for both sophomore forward Kyle Young and redshirt senior guard Keyshawn Woods, who earned his third start of the year while Young came off the bench. Junior forward Andre Wesson stepped to his right after a UCLA defender outran him on an attempt to defend the fastbreak Ohio State offense, hitting an open 3 to give the Buckeyes a nine-point lead. With 6:12 left in the game, Woods lobbed the ball up to Young from behind the half-court line, finishing with the dunk and giving Ohio State a double-digit lead, a lead that would remain for the rest of the game. While Jackson heated up, UCLA sophomore guard Kris Wilkes, who had 13 points in the first half, scored five points in the second, connecting on 7-of-18 attempts overall from the field.  Ohio State will return to Columbus on Dec. 29 to take on High Point at 12 p.m. read more

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Restaurant ceiling falls in on customers leaving six people injured

Diners and staff held up the collapsed ceilingCredit:MEN Media Speaking about the incident, the restaurant manager said: “A small fraction of the suspended ceiling collapsed but everything is OK.”It’s not a major disaster, a few people got minor injuries and minor concussion. Police have given us the ok and business is as usual”One customer, Huzaifa Chunara, from Manchetser, told the BBC that there was “no creaking” or indication the ceiling was going to fall before it dropped.He said his wife and friends were trapped underneath it for about 30 seconds. Another customer said diners were “panicked” and 15 to 20 people tried to hold the ceiling up to let people get out from underneath it.  Diners and staff hold up the collapsed ceiling A group of six women were injured when a ceiling collapsed at an Indian restaurant.Firefighters were called to Sizzling Palate restaurant in Bolton, Grtr Mancs., at around 10.30pm on Saturday evening .The incident was also attended by Greater Manchester Police who stayed at the scene for around an hour before leaving.Five women suffered minor injuries, and another woman suffered a neck injury. They were treated by paramedics and one was taken to hospital.  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. read more

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Starbucks and iTunes now giving away free ebooks iOS apps are TV

first_imgGood news! Besides the delightful Pumpkin Spice latte we look forward to every fall, Starbucks is going to throw something else into the mix to sweeten the deal.The mega-corp has long since offered a free “Pick of the Week” song download with your orange mocha Frappaccino purchase, but thanks to Starbucks’ longstanding relationship with Apple’s iTunes, the caffeine-hit stores are now offering a range of free downloads in the e-realm.Each week, Starbucks has a new download card that it gives to customers, and this week’s download is an “extended book sample” from Erin Morgenstern’s “The Night Circus.” We don’t know exactly how much of a sample you get, but we’re thinking it’s enough to get you interested and wanting to buy the book off of iTunes.In addition to song downloads, we also saw Starbucks giving away free iPhone apps last month. Shazam was the first iOS app offered as part of Starbucks’ new program. The app normally costs $5.99, which is a much better deal than the previously-99-cent free song you’re getting with the “Pick of the Week” download card.Also, according to All Things D, Starbucks may start offering free TV shows as well. If Starbucks really does begin to give away free TV shows, it’s just another incentive to go buy something at Starbucks, especially if the shows on offer are unavailable on streaming sites like Hulu. Furthermore, if Starbucks was able to offer an iTunes Exclusive track, TV show, or book, that would definitely motivate people to drop their local mom-and-pop coffee shop and head to Starbucks for their $5 latte instead.via AllThingsDlast_img read more

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Huawei takes US government to court over law that bars use of

first_img Share3 Tweet Email1 Thursday 7 Mar 2019, 7:06 AM Short URL TECH FIRM HUAWEI has launched legal proceedings against the US government in a bit to overturn a law that bars federal agencies from buying its products.It comes as the Asian company aims to counter warnings from US authorities that its products could aid Chinese intelligence services. Huawei said that its case filed in a US district court in Plano, Texas, will challenge a 2019 defence bill that prevents government agencies from buying its equipment, services or working with third parties that are Huawei customers.The US is said to have long considered the telecoms company a threat, with fears centering on its relatively new status as a global power in this field.It has warned that Huawei’s equipment could be manipulated by China’s government to spy on other countries and disrupt critical communications, and is urging nations to shun the company.A law recently enacted by Beijing that obliges Chinese companies to aid the government on national security has added to the concerns about Huawei.However, this move towards legal action from the telecoms company is being seen as a signal that it will use all means – including the courts – to prevent attempts to exclude it from a race to the 5G market.“The US Congress has repeatedly failed to produce any evidence to support its restrictions on Huawei products. We are compelled to take this legal action as a proper and last resort,” Huawei’s rotating chairman Guo Ping said. 7,273 Views Huawei takes US government to court over law that bars use of its products The US fears that Huawei’s products could be used by the Chinese government for spying. Huawei Rotating Chairman Guo Ping at a press conference today. Image: Kin Cheung/PA Images Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article https://jrnl.ie/4528004 4 Comments If this law is set aside, as it should be, Huawei can bring more advanced technologies to the United States and help it build the best 5G networks.Guo said the company was seeking unspecified damages.“The US government is sparing no effort to smear the company,” he said at a news conference at the tech giant’s corporate headquarters in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.Guo even countered that the US government “has hacked our servers and stolen our emails and source code”, without providing details.The lawsuit says the legislation is an “unconstitutional exercise of executive and/or judicial power” and deprived Huawei of a “fair hearing” to rebut the allegations against it.PR driveHuawei has been engaged in a PR drive in recent months in a bid to challenge allegations it was being used to spy on other countries, with its founder Ren Zhengfei denying claims against the company in a number of foreign interviews.This new clash in US court comes against the backdrop of ongoing US-China trade talks and the December arrest of Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, Ren’s daughter.A Canadian court yesterday set a 8 May date for the start of Meng’s hearing into a US extradition request over charges that she and Huawei circumvented US sanctions against Iran.Two affiliates also have been charged with stealing trade secrets from telecommunications group T-Mobile.Two Canadians were subsequently detained in China in suspected retaliation over Meng’s arrest.Huawei officials said the company, which operates in 170 countries, had never been party to any major security breaches and never received any request from the Chinese government to install security “backdoors” in its equipment or to gather intelligence.With reporting from AFP Huawei Rotating Chairman Guo Ping at a press conference today. By Sean Murray Image: Kin Cheung/PA Images Mar 7th 2019, 7:07 AM last_img read more

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Otto une nouvelle tempête dans lAtlantique

first_imgOtto : une nouvelle tempête dans l’AtlantiqueUne tempête tropicale baptisée Otto s’est formée hier dans l’Atlantique Nord. Alors qu’elle pourrait rapidement se transformer en ouragan pour devenir le septième de la saison, elle ne devrait pas s’approcher des terres.Mercredi soir à 21h00, Otto se situait à 345 kilomètres environ au nord-est des îles Turks-et-Caïcos. Avec des vents de 95 km/h, la tempête se déplaçait vers le nord à la vitesse de 7 km/h.À lire aussiQuand une cascade se met à couler à l’envers en EcosseOtto devrait se renforcer au cours de la nuit prochaine et ainsi devenir le septième ouragan de la saison dans l’Atlantique Nord. Toutefois, aucune alerte n’est pour l’instant donnée car la tempête devrait rester loin au large des Bahamas et des îles Turks-et-Caïcos, estime le Centre national américain des ouragans (NHC). Et ce dernier de préciser que de fortes pluies pourraient malgré tout s’abattre dans les prochains jours dans le nord des Petites Antilles, sur les îles Vierges et à Porto Rico.La saison des ouragans dure six mois dans l’Atlantique Nord, et ne s’achèvera pas avant la fin du mois de novembre.Le 7 octobre 2010 à 16:00 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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