South African church leaders plead for mining dispute resolution By Munyaradzi MakoniPosted Sep 18, 2012 An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Submit an Event Listing Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector Washington, DC Tags Rector Knoxville, TN Africa, Submit a Job Listing Rector Pittsburgh, PA Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Curate Diocese of Nebraska The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group [Ecumenical News International, Cape Town, South Africa] Two church clerics in South Africa have pleaded for a peaceful end to the mine workers unrest following a warning by the government that illegal protesters would be “dealt with accordingly.”Strikes and labor actions have rocked South Africa’s platinum mines, about 100 km northwest of Johannesburg, since Aug. 10 when police fired on strikers at the British-owned Lonmin mine in Marikana and 34 people were killed. An additional 11 people have died in the unrest.Speaking on 15 September after police and army troops were deployed against strikers, Bishop Jo Seoka, president of the South Africa Council of Churches said, “I am shocked and extremely angry to hear today that the police are out in full force and people have phoned me telling me that workers have been shot at.”Justice Minister Jeff Radebe ordered a crackdown on Sept. 14 saying government would no longer tolerate the violence, threats and intimidation taking place in the mining sector.The mine protests have spread to six platinum and one gold mine, threatening South Africa’s economy. The police confiscated dangerous weapons and blocked peaceful marches by mine workers on Sept. 15.Seoka said it seems as if both government and Lonmin misread the situation and now what seemed resolvable might become an untenable situation.“Government must be crazy believing that what to me resembles an apartheid-era crackdown, can succeed … such crackdowns in the past led to more resistance,” he said.“I am pleading for high levels of tolerance from both sides,” Methodist Bishop Paul Verryn told South African Press Agency on Sept. 14.“We have already seen the result of strong willed stances … I am praying to God that we do not repeat the same mistake,” he said. 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ArchDaily “COPY” Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/785526/berkshire-mountain-house-tsao-and-mckown-architects Clipboard Contractor:Peter WhiteheadSurveyor:Kelly, Granger, Parsons & Associates Inc.Project Team:Zack McKown, Calvin Tsao, Mark Anderson, Richard Rhodes, Drew Stuart, Randi MageliConsulting Engineer Mep:Cameron Engineering & AssociatesLead Supplier:Mayco Industries LLCLead Detailer:2 Priorsdean CloseMep Consultant & Fabricator:Moran Heating and CoolingFireplace Consultant:Halsted Welles AssociatesAcousticians:Shen, Milsom & WilkeMetalwork:J.F. Graney Metal DesignCity:AlfordCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Eric LaignelRecommended ProductsWindowsRodecaAluminium WindowsWindowsSky-FrameRetractable Insect Screen – Sky-Frame FlyWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsText description provided by the architects. Nestled into the tree line at the top of a gentle rise, the house folds and unfolds to take advantage of sweeping panoramic views, and wraps upon itself to form an intimate courtyard against the forest’s edge.Save this picture!© Eric LaignelThe building is conceived as movement through a Fibonacci spiral. The resulting plan allows a graceful progression through the rooms, spiraling up to the highest point, a cozy aerie. The architecture considers the qualities of the light and views throughout the day and seasons, and offers optimal arrangements for different experiences, from breakfast, to midday recreation, to star-gazing from bed.Save this picture!© Eric LaignelSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Eric LaignelThe architectural vocabulary and the materials, such as granite from a nearby quarry, were inspired by traditional farm houses and utilitarian buildings of western Massachusetts. Selected in a complementary palette, the varied materials play with textures and hues, and will take on greater character as they age in an evolving dialogue with the natural landscape.Save this picture!© Eric LaignelProject gallerySee allShow lessNew Renderings Released of Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ TriBeCa CondosArchitecture NewsFemale Architects Speak Out About Gender Differences in New York Times ArticleArchitecture News Share Berkshire Mountain House / Tsao & McKown ArchitectsSave this projectSaveBerkshire Mountain House / Tsao & McKown Architects CopyHouses•Alford, United States “COPY” CopyAbout this officeTsao & McKown ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAlfordUnited StatesPublished on April 17, 2016Cite: “Berkshire Mountain House / Tsao & McKown Architects” 17 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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Previous articleVolleyball falls to No. 11 KansasNext articleEquestrian falls short against SMU Mustangs Cristian Migliarese RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Twitter Pi Kappa Phi members (right to left) David Gaw, Bryce Maloy, Layton Rogers, Sam Hudson cycled in Journey of Hope TCU’s Interfraternity Council continues Movember campaign with 6K Recovery Run printLayton Rogers with his proud dad, Bruce RogersOne man dreamed of riding his bike across the country to raise money for people with disabilities, but little did he know how much of an impact he would have on his son and fellow TCU Pi Kappa Phi members.Pi Kappa Phi’s philanthropy is The Ability Experience, a nonprofit organization that serves individuals with disabilities in order to enhance their quality of life. The philanthropy has numerous programs, including one called the Journey of Hope. The Journey of Hope is a cross-country bicycle trek that raises funds and awareness for people with disabilities. Each year, Pi Kappa Phi members across the country raise $5,500 to enter the bike ride.The ride has two missions: To create awareness and support for people with disabilities and special needs, and to have an impact on college guys giving them the experience of service and leadership, said Bruce Rogers, a Pi Kappa Phi alumnus. Rogers started the Journey in 1987. He said after he finished law school, he wanted to combine his love for biking with raising funds and awareness for people with disabilities. He went to the CEO of The Ability Experience, Durward Owen, with his idea and they loved it. Within the year, he found other Pi Kappa Phi members to help plan routes and start the first ride. Today, the Journey of Hope covers 32 different states, cycling over 12,000 miles combined and begins in one of three locations: San Francisco (North), Los Angeles (South) or Seattle (TransAmerica) in early June. All locations meet in Washington, D.C. on Aug.12.Since the Journey of Hope began, Roger’s legacy has not only spread across the country to other Pi Kappa Phi chapters, but also to his son, Layton Rogers, a sophomore Pi Kappa Phi member at TCU. When Layton joined the Pi Kappa Phi chapter on campus, he said he was excited to enter the ride for the first time as a member himself, but he didn’t expect what kind of impact this ride would have on him. “Originally it was about following my dad’s footsteps, but it involved something greater than that,” he said.This past summer, Layton said he was proud because he rode 4,330 miles with the team, but he was even prouder when he witnessed the impact their funds and riding made on the lives of people with disabilities through their “friendship visits.” Friendship visits were planned visits to organizations for disabled people where team members socialized, saw what their funds purchased and gave out grants ranging from $2,000 to almost $5,000 to the organizations. During a friendship visit in Garden City, Kansas, Layton said that he befriended a nonverbal woman in a wheelchair. She demonstrated a device that the Journey of Hope purchased for her to enable her to walk. When she walked down the hallway using the device, everyone stood and cheered. “She stopped halfway and gave me the biggest embrace that I’ve ever had in my life,” Layton said. “That interaction is why all those miles and fundraising are worth it. It’s good to give back.”Pi Kappa Phi members (left to right) David Gaw, Bryce Maloy, Layton Rogers and Sam Hudson cycled in the Journey of Hope over summerSam Hudson, a TCU student in the Master of Accounting program, took the TransAmerica route with Layton.“I wanted to challenge my physical and mental abilities,” Hudson said. “But the main reason was that I wanted to dedicate myself this summer to something that was bigger than myself to better others.”He added that some days were brutal with a heat index of 115 degrees and a 100 mile ride with 8,000 feet of climbing, but he powered through the days by remembering who he was doing this for.“I thought about someone I met at a friendship visit,” Hudson said. “They would give anything to be out here doing what I’m doing and that’s what really made it worth it to me in the end.”Bryce Maloy, a junior entrepreneurial management major, took the North route. He learned about the Journey of Hope through Layton and by volunteering at KinderFrogs, a school which predominantly serves young children with disabilities.“At first, I was a little hesitant; the physical aspect of riding a bike across the country was daunting, ” Maloy said. Maloy said there was a lot of time to self-reflect as he rode for hours through three main mountain ranges of the United States: The Sierra Nevada, Rockies and Appalachians. There were days when he had to push through the pain.“It teaches a lot about yourself,” he said. “I’ve never done anything in my life to push my physical limits. 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WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Donegal home owners face much higher bin charges Twitter Newsx Adverts Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest New figures show that in some cases Donegal people are paying almost twice as much in bin charges compared to other parts of the country.A survey by the Irish Independent shows waste collection costs vary massively around the country, with rates ranging from €199 a year in Kilkenny to €380 in Donegal.it is claimed that the high costs in some areas is one reason why half-a-million households have not signed up to a rubbish collection service, leading to huge problems with illegal dumping and burning of waste.Environment Minister Phil Hogan is now considering forcing all households to sign up for waste collection services.The Independent’s survey shows that even customers of the same company can pay different amounts, as Greenstar charges €380 in Donegal but just €199 in Kilkenny — the latter is an introductory offer to attract new customers.The Irish Waste Management Association blames distances in more remote counties like Donegal as a reason for higher charges.Meanwhile the latest Environmental Protection Agency figures show that 29pc of households nationwide don’t have a waste collection service.This rises to 63pc of occupied homes in Donegal and over 50pc in Roscommon, Cavan, Offaly, Sligo and Limerick. 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp By News Highland – March 26, 2012 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleTributes paid to former Sinn Fein Councillor and Mayor of BuncranaNext articleTributes paid to former Buncrana and County Councillor Jim Ferry News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Facebook Google+ Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
News UpdatesGanga Sagar Mela 2021-Compared With Religious Practice, Beliefs & Faith, Life Is More Important In Every Sense: Calcutta High Court Sparsh Upadhyay7 Jan 2021 6:22 AMShare This – xDirecting the State Government to come out with clear suggestions as to how the Ganga Sagar Mela 2021 would be regulated, controlled or if necessary, even dropped for the current year, the Calcutta High Court today observed that “life is more important in every sense, in comparison to religious practice, beliefs and faith.” The Bench of Chief Justice Thottathil B….Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginDirecting the State Government to come out with clear suggestions as to how the Ganga Sagar Mela 2021 would be regulated, controlled or if necessary, even dropped for the current year, the Calcutta High Court today observed that “life is more important in every sense, in comparison to religious practice, beliefs and faith.” The Bench of Chief Justice Thottathil B. Radhakrishnan and Justice Arijit Banerjee was hearing a PIL filed by one Ajay Kumar De related to the issues affecting health, safety and welfare matters in relation to Ganga Sagar Mela 2021 to be held soon. [NOTE: Every year on Makar Sankranti, lakhs of Hindus flock the Sagar Island in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district to take the holy dip and offer prayers at the Kapil Muni temple.] The Court, hearing the plea said, “We are of the view that the State has to assure this Court, that the persons in control of the medical department, particularly those who are well informed in the science of medicine, including preventive medicine, have delineated modes of excluding the spreading of the infection in these pandemic times.” Importantly, the Court remarked, “Even from the layman’s point of view, when congregations take dips in flowing water or stagnant water, in the form of ponds, rivers or other water bodies, oral droplets and nasal droplets of any person who is carrying the infection in this pandemic period, can easily percolate into that water body and thereby create chances of infection through those droplets transmitted virus.” The Court also noted that ‘social distancing’ would remain “a mirage” when such congregations happen. “This would be counterproductive to the preventive exercise that is due to the people at large. Even in terms of Disaster Management Act, the primary essential focus ought to be fundamentally on preventive disaster management”, said the Court. Regarding organizing the Ganga Sagar Mela in 2021, the Court remarked, “A grimmer situation should necessarily prompt the State to make more rigorous provisions having in mind the duties of the State. It is in consonance with the fundamental right to life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution. The pandemic situation which has visited us now is not something on which there could be any roll back through human intervention, without protective measures being in place.” Lastly, the Court directed the State Government to have a report in the form of an affidavit placed on record through a Medical Officer at the highest level in the State Government service, clearly delineating the modalities of the preventive management of the situation if Ganga Sagar Mela is permitted to be held this year. The Court further said The measures indicated should take care of congestion on the banks, in the water bodies, in the roads and other available places including the places where public are provided eateries, toilets and other facilities. The imposition of restrictions and enforcement of social distancing norms as well as use of mask and due sanitization in terms of COVID management protocols ought to be clearly spelt out on behalf of the State Government in such report in the form of affidavit. As per the Court’s order, the decision of the State Government in that regard has to be placed before the Court on Friday (08th January). Case title – Ajay Kumar De Vs. The State of West Bengal & Ors. [WPA (P) 23 of 2020] Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Travelling ionospheric disturbances with periods in the range 10 < τ < 30 min were observed by an HF Doppier network on the Antarctic Peninsula. A distinction was made between TIDs associated with geomagnetically quiet and active intervals, in the expectation that their morphology might depend on the degree of magnetic activity. During quiet times the short period TIDs have speeds less than 300 m s−1 and may be classified as Medium Scale TIDs. An anticlockwise diurnal azimuth rotation is established, with waves tending to propagate in the (modelled) antiwindward direction. Waves associated with magnetically active intervals often have high speeds and do not generally conform to the simple azimuth variation described above. These differences are explained in terms of perturbed neutral wind patterns and the existence of different wave sources during active times. These observations are presented in the context of previous morphological wave studies. The geomagnetic dependence observed in Antarctica may explain some of the conflicting or ambiguous conclusions resulting from investigations at other locations.
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The Bread Roll Company has launched its first new product after winning £20,000 of Home Grown Cereals Authority Enterprise (HGCA) funding last year.The grant is helping fund a £52,000 project to develop a new range of speciality ‘healthy” breads. The St Albans-based independent craft baker is set to increase grain usage by 1,000 tonnes over the next two years as it develops these breads, including ciabatta, panini and focaccia. They will include ingredients such as linseed, oats and rye, and will be low in salt and fat and lower GI (Glycaemic Index). Managing director Stephen Ville, who picked up his HGCA trophy this month, said the company has already launched a multigrain roll, flagged as low GI, with a major multiple. It is now targeting its contract catering, supermarket and sandwich chain customers with further innovations, he told British Baker.“We decided to create this totally new range to keep up with market trends,” said Mr Ville. “The healthy bread market is estimated at £119 million in the UK. We are seeing rising demand from customers for lower-salt products and low GI. GI is a move away from Atkins. It’s about eating carbohydrates, but the right sort of carbohydrates, which is good for bakers and cereal growers.”The Bread Roll Company employs 130 staff and bakes over a million products each week for the foodservice and retail sectors. It also offers bakery goods to customers from Bristol to Brighton, from a network of seven depots. Organised twice a year, the HGCA Awards offer support towards developing food and industrial products that create innovative uses for grain. Julian Gibbons, chairman of HGCA’s market development committee said: “This initiative by The Bread Roll Company will help to create a whole new category in the market place, which is good for the industry as a whole as well as UK growers.”Each year’s HGCA Awards are launched in April and September.
“Other kids get their cake. I get a hard time. It’s not fair to my children. How can a name be offensive?”- Heath Campbell from New Jersey grumbles – somewhat misguidedly, we feel – when his local bakery refuses to decorate a birthday cake with the name of his three-year-old son, Adolf Hitler Campbell”Public reaction surprised us. Nowadays a store in south Taiwan can sell 700 cups of Salt Coffee per day, which is 20-30% more than the daily sale of our American coffee”- Cathy Chung, spokeswoman for Taiwan’s biggest coffee chain, 85 Degree Bakery Cafe, on its latest innovation: salty coffee. Next on the launch list is Cheese Coffee and Fruity Coffee, featuring added cheese and mashed fruit”Although the idea might sound bizarre, it really works”- Martyn Wright of Staffordshire is included on a shortlist of six with his Cajun Squirrel flavour, following a competition to devise new varieties of Walkers crisps. On sale this month, a public vote will decide which one makes it to full-time production”Pointless and meaningless waffle”- The Plain English Campaign is less than impressed by the marketing of ’all butter mince pies’