Lucknow: BSP chief Mayawati Monday advised the Congress to refrain from spreading confusion by leaving seven Lok Sabha seats for the SP-BSP-RLD alliance in Uttar Pradesh. In a series of tweets, she said the Congress is free to field its candidates in all the 80 parliamentary constituencies of the state. Mayawati made it amply clear that her party will not enter into any alliance with the Congress. She also said that the SP-BSP-RLD alliance is capable enough of defeating the BJP on its own. Also Read – MP woman hangs herself after killing three children The Congress on Sunday said it would leave more than a dozen Lok Sabha seats for other parties, including seven for the SP, BSP and RLD alliance in the politically crucial Uttar Pradesh. Apart from this, the grand old party also said that it will leave two seats for the Apna Dal, and entered into an electoral agreement with the lesser known Jan Adhikar Party. The SP and the BSP had forged an alliance on 80 Lok Sabha seats in the state. As per the deal, the SP will contest 37 Lok Sabha seats in UP and the BSP 38, leaving three for the Ajit Singh-led Rashtriya Lok Dal and two for Sonia Gandhi (Rae Bareli) and Rahul Gandhi (Amethi).
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Climate activists are planning to deliver a court summons to Shell in a court case aimed at forcing the energy giant to do more to rein in carbon emissions.The summons is being delivered to Shell’s headquarters in The Hague on Friday afternoon.The move comes a year after the Dutch branch of Friends of the Earth sent a letter to Shell’s CEO Ben van Beurden accusing the company of “breaching its legal duty of care” by causing climate damage across the globe.Shell says in a statement that it agrees climate change action is necessary and that the company is “committed to playing our part.”The case follows a groundbreaking ruling by a Hague court in 2015 that ordered the Dutch government to cut the country’s greenhouse gas emissions.The Associated Press
“In 2014, we imported 4,023 million USD worth of goods from India and exported goods worth only 625 million USD to India. After more than 15 years of the FTA, Sri Lanka’s largest export item to India is arecanut. If the FTA with India was working as it should, nobody would object to further expanding economic cooperation with our neighbour Furthermore, we believe that a satisfactory solution to the Indian fishermen’s issue should be found before going on to other bilateral matters,” the opposition said.The opposition called upon the Sri Lankan business community, professionals, and the general public to oppose the “foreignisation” of the Sri Lankan economy by surreptitious means. The joint opposition is also of the view that before any new agreement is entered into, the shortcomings in the existing Free Trade Agreement with India should be ironed out and bureaucratic blocks that Sri Lankan exporters have experienced in India should be eliminated. However the opposition says the present Government seems to be intent on handing over to the Indians what can easily be done by locals. The joint opposition has taken a collective decision to strongly oppose the proposed Economic and Technical Cooperation Agreement (ECTA) with India.A statement by the opposition said that an economic and technical pact with India will make sense if Sri Lanka can obtain from India some technical or economic input which Sri Lanka cannot provide for itself such as for example in the automotive, chemical or pharmaceutical industries. The opposition says it believes that any foreign investments in Sri Lanka should be channelled into areas that Sri Lanka is unable to develop on its own. (Colombo Gazette)
CALGARY — Shares in Enbridge Inc. were down Monday morning after the Canada Energy Regulator ordered it to suspend an open season it was holding for service on its Canadian Mainline oil pipeline system.Enbridge says the CER decision Friday after markets closed changes the timing, but it still intends to proceed with signing firm contracts with shippers on the system that moves about 70 per cent of Canada’s crude exports into the United States.The pipeline system’s current operating model, which makes space open to all bidders on a monthly basis, expires in June 2021.The regulator says it shut down the open season after reviewing submissions from more than 30 parties, including complaints from producers Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Suncor Energy Inc. and Shell Canada Ltd. that the process was unfair. Analysts rate the CER decision as slightly negative for Enbridge because it means the Calgary-based company must now apply to the CER to approve the tolls, terms and conditions of the proposed service change before another open season can proceed.In a report, analysts at Tudor Pickering Holt & Co. say that could mean it will have to settle for lower tolls than it expected.“Friday’s decision by the CER is a departure from the decades of precedent and commercial practice in our industry,” Guy Jarvis, executive vice-president of liquids pipelines for Enbridge, said in a statement published Sunday.“Although the CER decision results in a change to the process of securing commercial support through an open season in advance of the regulatory application, it does not change our plans to respond to the desires of our customers for priority access to Mainline capacity, toll certainty and access to the best markets that contract carriage offers.”Enbridge shares were down $1.28 at $46.50 in early afternoon trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 30, 2019.Companies in this story: (TSX:ENB)The Canadian Press
It’s an unusually breezy, cloudy Saturday morning in early September. Tents are lined up in the parking lot of the southwest entrance of Ohio Stadium.It’s the calm before the big storm: the Ohio State football team’s home opener vs. Hawaii.Within hours, the tents are filled with tailgaters covered in scarlet and gray or green and black resembling the team being cheered. Speakers are on, bumping hype music to prepare fans for intense cheering.Among the crowd, opposite the southwest entrance, is 23-year-old red-bowtie-wearing Isaac Oyer, also known as Mr. Ohio State. He acquired the nickname Mr. Ohio State after receiving screen time on national television during the OSU vs. Alabama Sugar Bowl game in January.“People I didn’t even know would message me. The amount of Twitter notifications, text messages and Facebook messages I got from people being like ‘dude you’re all over TV’ was unbelievable,” Oyer said. By 10 a.m on Saturday, Oyer was with his crew of friends joking around before leading his peers into the ‘Shoe for work. His job is more fun than tough. He’s the president of OSU’s Block “O” student section.“I’m in charge of basically the whole organization, making sure everyone is doing their job … and honestly just to make it the best experience we can for our student athletes,” Oyer said.Block “O” is the official student section of OSU athletics. The organization is made up of an executive board and committees for all sports teams. Being from Springfield, Virginia, and in a brand new element in Columbus, Julia Schwabenbauer, a third-year in business, said Block “O” helped her get accustomed to life at OSU.“I didn’t know a lot of people coming from out of state, but standing in Block “O” I felt super-connected to the school,” Schwabenbauer said. “I became friends with everyone around me. It felt like home.”Becoming the president of Block “O” was unexpected for Oyer. With no family ties to OSU, he didn’t pay attention to Buckeye sports teams, nor did he ever see sports in his future, despite being a three-sport athlete in high school.“I actually wasn’t an Ohio State fan growing up in Columbus. Neither of my parents went to Ohio State. After coming here, I don’t know, Buckeye Nation takes over you,” Oyer said.He said his plan was always to attend OSU to get a degree in engineering so he could follow in his father’s footsteps, but his plan didn’t go accordingly. “I wasn’t really doing well with my chemical engineering and chemistry classes. I was really struggling. (My) GPA was super low,” Oyer said. After struggling with his then-major, he did some thinking as to where he’d want to end up later in life.“I never thought sports would be a thing, and even being in Block “O,” heavily involved in Block “O,” I never thought of sports. And then after struggling with engineering for so long and being into sports as I am, it clicked,” he said.Things clicked for Oyer when he realized he should get involved in the sports world. Step one, he said, was to change majors from engineering to classics as a way to have an easier courseload. The next step was to focus on Block “O” and gain experience with internships to get real-world experiences.“I knew a lot of people from the Blue Jackets, like in their front office, from playing hockey when I was like 5 or 6 years old … so I reached out to them and set up a meeting and kind of got me an internship with the Blue Jackets,” Oyer said.Michelle Bucklew, marketing director for Block “O,” said she sees excitement through her friend Oyer.“Obviously he gets a lot of TV time, but if you ever see him on TV, you know he’s excited about Ohio State, his job and what he’s doing,” said Bucklew, a fourth-year in marketing.Though Oyer is always in the frontlines leading the pack to cheer for OSU athletics, Bucklew said he has not yet joined the superfan ranks attained by fans such as “The Big Nut” and “Buck-I-Guy.”“I think he created an image for himself the last year or so, but I don’t know if it’s superfan material,” Bucklew said.All in all, Oyer said things have come full circle from his time as a high-school sophomore aspiring to be a general manager for a sports team to now.“It’s just nice doing something that I love,” he said. Block O president Isaac Oyer, also known by his nickname ‘Mr. Ohio State’, before OSU’s home opener against Hawaii on Sept. 12 at Ohio Stadium. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Photo Editor
On remote Aniolam Island in the New Ireland Province of Papua New Guinea, about 900 km or two hours flight from Port Moresby, Newcrest Mining extracts gold from one of the world’s largest known deposits of the precious metal. Its Lihir mine excavates within the geothermally active caldera of an extinct volcano, yet one of the biggest employee-safety challenges is managing mining-vehicle interactions in the open-pit operations.“Mining fleet interactions, whether that’s vehicle-to-vehicle or vehicle-to-personnel are definitely one of the highest safety risks for us,” says Tony Sprague, group manager of Mining Technology for Newcrest Mining Ltd. “We have many vehicles in operation and with heavy vehicles, ancillary vehicles and light vehicles operating together, it doesn’t take much to have a critical event or a significant potential incident” (SPI).“On all our sites we’ve continued to have these significant potential incident events, year on year, and we decided we want to be proactive and use technology to help us help ourselves,” says Sprague. “Every individual is important to us,” he emphasises, referring to Newcrest’s safety ethos which works towards “zero injury” and promotes the belief that “all injuries are preventable”.In the first rollout of advanced safety technology on a Papua New Guinean mine site, Australian-developed GE Collision Awareness System (CAS) equipment started arriving at Lihir in October.The GPS-based, camera-enabled and detection-proximity system selected by Newcrest will tag all personnel active in the mine’s production area and alert them and the operators of heavy mobile equipment with two-way alarms when they’re in dangerous proximity to one another. Around 1,500 employees and contractors across all shifts at Lihir will be protected.The GE CAS system has been developed over almost two decades by engineers in New South Wales, Australia. Among its features: it ensures high integrity by deploying multiple proximity-detection technologies including GPS, cameras and radio frequency according to site requirements; it is self testing, automatically reporting in real time any failure within the system; it is equipment agnostic — it can be applied to any make of mining equipment; and it provides sophisticated monitoring and back-to-base reporting which, in addition to facilitating safer mining operations, may be analysed for productivity gains and improved maintenance“At the moment it’s an operational-awareness system,” says Sprague, referring to the fact that the Lihir system will flag with both the operators of vehicles and with people on foot, that they are in potentially dangerous proximity to each other. On driver-operated heavy equipment, a proximity alarm will immediately activate a camera covering the area of proximity, and give that view on a touchscreen in the cab, so that the driver can clearly see and respond to the risk. Each heavy vehicle will have cameras positioned to give operators 360o vision of their surroundings as needed.One of the reasons Newcrest chose GE’s Digital Mine technology is that “it’s not far away that the system will provide real collision-avoidance capabilities where the vehicle itself will respond in certain situations,” says Sprague. Evasive action might then include system takeover of the vehicle, applying the brakes and potentially steering around an incident.Craig Hoffman, product manager of GE Collision Avoidance and Geospatial Systems, who has worked in R&D and marketing of the system since 2000, says GE has a clear roadmap to evolve to the abovementioned Level 9 Intervention Controls — an industry goal, and an international standard tabled by the Earth Moving Equipment Safety Round Table (EMESRT), of which Newcrest is a member. The system being installed at Lihir is currently rated Level 7 Situational Awareness, and already incorporates some Level 8 Advisory Controls capabilities.Says Sprague, “When we were doing our review process for different solutions, we didn’t just land on GE. We started with a group of nine credible solutions and we narrowed the field down. GE’s roadmap to take us to Level 9 is well defined.”And Newcrest already had runs on the board with GE CAS.Last year, the miner began installation of GE CAS at its Telfer mine site, which extracts copper and gold in the East Pilbara region of Western Australia. Newcrest intended, once it had verified the benefits of the system in this smaller deployment (140 vehicles), at a more accessible operation, to continue the technology rollout to Lihir (250 vehicles).But before the Telfer installation was fully bedded down, Newcrest decided, “We were comfortable to the point where we wanted to move on Lihir even earlier than we’d initially planned,” says Sprague. “We’re delving into the reporting data and observing definite safety improvements. Our senior management team has seen that and has sought to accelerate the deployment to our other sites.’”Ensuring effectiveness of safety equipment and procedures is always dependent on the compliance of the workforce. Newcrest’s strong safety culture and genuine care for its employees creates a conducive environment for adopting new approaches. Before the company began implementing CAS at Telfer, Sprague says, “We got on the front foot in terms of communications rollout and socialisation.” The company focused not only on the safety benefits of the system, but also the benefits of increased situational awareness to assist heavy-vehicle drivers.“Unlike most new cars today, haul trucks generally don’t have reversing cameras,” explains Sprague, “so drivers have to back up relying on their mirrors and their experience.” Having greater visibility provided by four robust, wide-view cameras — front, back, left and right — that they can toggle on and off as needed, has been appreciated by heavy-vehicle drivers at Telfer. “It lowers their stress levels and enables them to back up to tip heads and crusher pockets with greater situational awareness,” says Sprague.Wherever Newcrest operates, it strives to provide employment opportunities for local people. At Lihir, around 90% of employees are Papua New Guineans. “Whether we’re in Africa, Indonesia or PNG, we have employees from local villages and towns, and driving a car may be unfamiliar to them,” says Sprague. “We train them to be truck operators or heavy-vehicle operators, but this system provides them with additional tools to improve their situational awareness and visibility of their surroundings.”Newcrest’s technology and innovation team is working on other plans to improve safety and productivity in its worldwide operations. Sprague sees the GE CAS system as “one of the building blocks for where we need to get to”.GE is working in partnership with Newcrest, and with other technology suppliers to enable collaborative solutions. For example, says Sprague, “We’re already taking some of our shovels and dozers and putting in tele-remote capabilities, so the operators will be sitting in a cabin a couple of kilometres away. We can use GE proximity detection to help facilitate safe operation of those vehicles — even though there’s not a person in them we don’t want those pieces of equipment bumping into each other.”And while safety of each open-pit worker is Newcrest’s priority, Sprague says the company is also interested in the potential for data-analysis of historical data using GE CAS. “Another reason we selected this system is the reporting aspects that come with it, with data linked by GPS and by time.” For example, he envisages being able to identify and interrogate the reasons behind recurring maintenance events: “We can delve into the data and ask what’s going on. Do we have issues with our haul-road design, speed limits or site layout?”Newcrest is thinking ahead: safety legislation mandating the application of collision-awareness systems to mines has been enacted in South Africa, but not yet in Australia or in Papua New Guinea. Eventually, Sprague says, such legislation is likely to spread, but, “We just think, why would we wait to be told to do it?”
22 Comments 28,921 Views WORLD WAR TWO veteran Jack Lyon, one of the last veterans of the famous ‘Great Escape’, has died at the age of 101.The former RAF navigator passed away at his home in Bexhill-on-Sea on Friday, according to the BBC.Lyon was the lookout during the breakout attempt from the Stalag Luft III POW camp in 1944, which was later made into a film starring Steve McQueen in 1963.However, the escape tunnel was uncovered before Lyon had a chance to escape the camp himself, which he said was likely to have saved his life.50 of the 76 prisoners who escaped from the camp were executed on the orders of Adolf Hitler. Mar 12th 2019, 10:20 PM A movie poster for the 1963 film The Great Escape Image: PA Wire/PA Images Image: PA Wire/PA Images Short URL ‘Great Escape’ veteran who called film ‘absolute rubbish’ dies aged 101 The former RAF navigator never managed to escape the camp in events later portrayed in the Steve McQueen film. Share35 Tweet Email1 “Had I got out, I probably wouldn’t be talking to you because my chances of getting home were virtually nil. I was under no illusions about that,” Lyon told the BBC on his 100th birthday in 2017.He also described the Hollywood portrayal of events as “absolute rubbish”, saying “not one American” took part in the escape and that the motorbike used by Steve McQueen in the film “never existed”.RAFBF chief executive Air Vice Marshal David Murray also told BBC that Lyon “belonged to a generation of servicemen” that were sadly being lost as time went on.“His legacy and those of his brave comrades who planned and took part in the audacious Great Escape breakout, are the freedoms we enjoy today,” Murray said.“To truly pay tribute to his memory and all this who have gone before him, we must never forget.” Tuesday 12 Mar 2019, 10:20 PM A movie poster for the 1963 film The Great Escape By Stephen McDermott https://jrnl.ie/4538451 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Un procès contre l’industrie du tabac s’ouvre au CanadaDeux millions de fumeurs et ex-fumeurs québécois ont entamé une procédure judiciaire contre les industriels canadiens du tabac. En tout, ce sont 27 milliards de dollars de dommages et intérêts qui sont réclamés au procès qui s’est ouvert hier à Montréal.Cela fait maintenant 13 ans que dure un procès opposant les trois principaux fabricants de tabac canadiens (Imperial Tobacco Canada, filiale de BAT, JTI-Macdonald et Rothmans Benson & Hedges ou RBH) à près de deux millions de fumeurs et ex-fumeurs québécois. Deux recours collectifs québécois ont été présentés : le premier regroupe 90.000 fumeurs et ex-fumeurs québécois victimes de cancers du poumon, de la gorge, du larynx ou d’emphysème. Ils réclament 105.000 dollars (plus de 80.000 euros) par personne. Le second recours réunit lui 1,8 million de fumeurs qui demandent, quant à eux, 10.000 dollars par personne.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?L’audience qui a débuté hier à Montréal a commencé par la charge d’un des avocats qui, au nom de près de deux millions de fumeurs dépendants, a dénoncé la “duplicité” des cigarettiers. Me Bruce Johnston a ainsi présenté devant la Cour supérieure du Québec trois principaux fabricants de tabac qui avaient sciemment mis sur le marché des “produits nocifs” en avaient caché ou “banalisé” les risques. Me Johnston a mis en cause les “stratégies de marketing” des cigarettiers “véhiculant de fausses informations” sur les produits, les accusant de “ne pas avoir utilisé les parties du tabac comportant un taux de nicotine tellement bas qu’elles auraient pour effet de mettre fin à la dépendance d’une bonne partie de fumeurs”. L’avocat a demandé au juge de voir si les industriels du tabac avaient “conspiré pour maintenir un front commun visant à empêcher que les utilisateurs de leurs produits ne soient informés des dangers inhérents à leur consommation”. De son côté, Me André Lespérance qui plaidait également au nom des victimes de maladies liées au tabac, a dénoncé ce qu’il considère comme la rétention, voire la destruction d’informations scientifiques sur les effets du tabac.Des effets “connus depuis des décennies” L’avocate défendant Imperial Tobacco Canada, Me Deborah Glendinning, n’a pas du tout été gênée par ces accusations. “Les plaignants n’auront aucune preuve à présenter que mes clients ont fait quelque chose de mauvais”, a-t-elle déclaré. “Fumer est un choix que les gens font pour de multiples raisons et ils doivent en assumer la responsabilité”, a ajouté la juriste. Du côté de RBH, Chris Kodderman, le directeur, souligne que “les effets du tabagisme étaient connus de tous depuis des décennies”.Le 13 mars 2012 à 17:07 • Maxime Lambert
Ben Affleck’s Batman solo film may be having trouble getting off the ground, but the Gotham City of the DCEU won’t go completely undefended. According to Variety, Joss Whedon is currently in talks to write, direct and produce a movie based around Batgirl. The superhero hasn’t seen the big screen since Joel Schumacher’s infamous Batman and Robin, which is a real shame. Such a great comic book character deserves the chance to be in an equally great movie. It’s hard to think of a writer/director better suited to the task.The project is still in the very early stages, having only originated in the last month. No producers are attached yet, but this could turn out to be a very good move for the DCEU. When Marvel brought Whedon on for two Avengers movies, he also gave feedback on a number of scripts they had in development. That relationship didn’t end too well, but it led to some of the best movies Marvel put out. Having that kind of person on board could be just what the DCEU needs at this point. Of course, it helps that Whedon is known for writing fantastic female-driven superhero movies and TV shows.Hopefully, Warner Bros. will use this movie as an opportunity to finally get the character right. Batgirl doesn’t have the best history when it comes to movies. In Batman and Robin, she was Alfred’s niece rather than Barbara Gordon, and her character was handled so poorly, there wasn’t even the slightest justification for her suiting up. It’s honestly better for all of our collective mental health to forget that movie ever even existed. Her more recent animated films haven’t been much better. The adaptation of The Killing Joke added an unnecessary prologue where she has a crush on Batman. Because hey, why not add some character assassination to an already needlessly cruel story that even the original writer regrets. With Whedon on board, maybe DC can begin making up for all that.Jason Momoa in Justice League. (Photo via Warner Bros.)Another sign that the DCEU is about to get a whole lot better came out of a Cinemacon panel on Wednesday. Aquaman director James Wan showed off some concept art for the movie, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The image that seems to have stuck in the minds of attendees the most featured Aquaman riding into battle. On what? Well, as Wan put it, he wanted it to look like an outer space battle, but with ships that didn’t look right.“It’s not until the ships get so close that you realize that’s not a spaceship. That’s a human riding a shark!”Brilliant. The movie hasn’t even started filming yet, and already I’m on board. That should just be the subtitle of the movie. Aquaman: A Human Riding a Shark! Tell me you wouldn’t see that movie opening day. THR reports the concept art reel also contained a look at the movie’s villain, Black Manta, as well as plenty of underwater battles. That’s nice and all, but who cares? This movie has a human riding a shark!While Wan had to appear via video, Jason Momoa made an appearance onstage at the convention. In addition to introducing the Aquaman concept art, he talked a little bit about the upcoming Justice League movie. He called it “the greatest movie ever made.” Well, the jury is out on that until the rest of us can see it, but I certainly hope it is. Especially given a recent report about its length.According to the film’s IMDB page, Justice League will clock in at about 170 minutes long. Just shy of three hours. That’s a lot of movie. For those keeping score, that’s 20 minutes longer than Batman v. Superman. Even as someone who loves superhero movies, that might be a bit too much. To be fair, The Dark Knight Rises was almost as long and still turned out pretty good. Zack Snyder isn’t Christopher Nolan, but who knows? Maybe Jason Momoa is right, and this will be the greatest movie ever made. Anything’s possible, right? Stay on target Batman Loses a Dad Again, Another Ben Affleck Update & More DC Movie NewsSecret Aquaman Role, Wonder Woman’s Throwback Photo, & More DC Movie News
HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Stay on target This article contains spoilers for “Empress of Mars,” episode nine of Doctor Who season 10.The last thing I’m going to do is take sides. But I am still waiting for the shock and awe Steven Moffat promised during this, his final season of Doctor Who.“Empress of Mars” is yet another filler episode—a dramatic “Jules Verne, Edgar Rice Burroughs story of derring-do,” as writer Mark Gatiss described, to pad out the three-part Monk trilogy and give audiences a rest before the real action begins.“I suppose it’s quite close to the finale, so it’s probably a bit of a more straightforward adventure before it all kicks off again,” Gatiss told Den of Geek this week.The Doctor, probably showing off to his companions, takes Bill and Nardole on an unauthorized field trip to NASA. But their break-in is cut short when ground control discovers a bizarre bit of space graffiti under the ice caps of Mars.Suddenly, it’s off to the red planet circa 1881 to investigate.Quickly separated, Bill meets a mustachioed British Army sergeant, the Doctor encounters an Ice Warrior named Friday (a reference to Robinson Crusoe), and Nardole unintentionally takes off with the TARDIS.The colonel, it turns out, found Friday’s crashed spaceship on Earth, and agreed to help the jolly green giant repair his vessel and return home—in exchange for riches mined from Mars.“He promised us gemstones, you see, silver, gold. Treasure beyond our wildest dreams,” the soldiers explain over a cuppa.Bill (Pearl Mackie) and the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) meet Friday (via BBC)But, there was nothing there, according to Captain Catchlove (Ferdinand Kingsley).“Mars is dead. Dead as a coffin nail,” Colonel Godsacre (Anthony Calf) adds, informing his guests that Friday is the “last of his kind”—an ancient reptilian race that built themselves biomechanical armor for protection.Or is he?Of course not. What kind of caper do you think this is?The tale takes a turn for the vert when the British soldiers uncover the tomb of an Ice Queen. Coated in gold and shimmering with bling, the coffin (as the Doctor warned) is more than a simple sarcophagus. It is part of a complex hibernation system—the entrance to an Ice Warrior hive.Awoken after 5,000 years by the greed of mankind, her majesty Iraxxa (Adele Lynch)—all dreadlocks, cape, and curves—takes on an army of “noisy males.”As both sides fight to survive, Bill finally understands that the Doctor isn’t always in it for the humans.Captain Catchlove (Ferdinand Kingsley) gets power hungry (via BBC)“In this scenario, the humans are the invaders. On the other hand, the Ice Warriors have vastly superior armaments which will wipe the humans out,” the Time Lord tells his friend. “So what am I supposed to to?”Introduced in 1967, the reptilian humanoid race appeared alongside the Second and Third Doctors in the classic serials “The Ice Warriors” (1967), “The Seeds of Death” (1969), “The Curse of Peladon” (1972), and “The Monster of Peladon” (1974).They returned in 2013’s “Cold War,” also penned by Gatiss: The Eleventh Doctor and Clara Oswald meet escaped Ice Warrior Grand Marshal Skaldak on a Russian submarine in 1983.To his credit, Gatiss has a remarkable way of fleshing out supporting characters—from the Colonel haunted by his treason to the fiercely nationalistic Captain whose selfishness endures until his last breath. And good on him writing one of the only empowered female villains this show has seen since David Tennant piloted the TARDIS.The one-off episode is resolved with a simple choice—”the oldest one in the book”: Live together or die together.The Doctor, Bill, and Colonel Godsacre are imprisoned (via BBC)Things aren’t so simple for Team TARDIS, though: Nardole returns to Mars just in time for the Doctor and Bill, exhausted after saving the world again, to hitch a ride home. But their troupe has turned from a trio to a qualifying bobsled squad—now that Missy’s boarded the flight.Whether the mischievous Master has really changed her ways or is playing the long con remains unclear. Much like Gatiss’s future with Doctor Who.“I’ve no idea if it’s my last one,” he told Den of Geek about this week’s episode. “But if it were I’d be very happy to have worked on the show which I’ve loved for so long and to have written for four Doctors over 12 years.”Showrunner Moffat and stars Peter Capaldi and Michelle Gomez have already announced their departure following the 2017 Christmas special. But Gatiss remains mum on his plans to continue writing for the show under new boss Chris Chibnall’s reign.“It’s been amazing. It’s still a privilege and still a pinch-me kind of thing,” he said. “It’s remarkable. I never thought it would come back, I tried to keep a torch alight, but I really didn’t think so. It’s still amazing to me that it’s come back the way it has and been so wonderfully successful, so if this is the end then I’ll be perfectly content.”Missed episode eight of Doctor Who? Check out our recap of “The Lie of the Land.”
The Alaska Ombudsman says the Department of Corrections mishandled cases involving prisoners in Palmer and Anchorage.KTUU-TV reports that Ombudsman Linda Lord-Jenkins found the department at fault in a report released Friday.The report substantiated complaints from seven inmates at the Palmer Correctional Center who say they were punished for plotting an escape based only on accusations from a confidential informant.Lord-Jenkins wrote that the informant had a questionable disciplinary record and that there’s no evidence that the accused inmates even knew each other. One was a 70-year-old man who now has trouble walking.The report also found that a federal inmate was held in solitary confinement at the Anchorage Correctional Center for two years without being told the reason.Lord-Jenkins called the incident “alarming.”
Kolkata: Nobel laureate Amartya Sen on Friday said that “Jai Shri Ram” slogan is nowadays used “to beat up people” across the country and has no association with Bengali culture. “I have not heard Jai Shri Ram, before (in this way). It is now used to beat up people. I think it has no association with Bengali culture,” said Sen, while speaking at a public gathering in Jadavpur University. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us He also said that he has never heard of Ram Navami being celebrated in the state before, asserting that it has now gained popularity. “I had never heard of Ram Navami before. I asked my four-year-old grandchild who is your favourite deity? She replied, ‘Maa Durga’. The significance of Maa Durga cannot be compared with Ram Navami,” said Sen. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us “If people of a certain religion are scared to move freely or are fear-bound, it is a serious matter,” he said. His comments come days after a clash broke out between two groups over the issue of parking, and a Durga temple was vandalised in Hauz Qazi area of Old Delhi. West Bengal Chief Minister had reacted angrily to ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogans at Bhatpara in North 24 Parganas district in May. Workers of her TMC and the BJP have sparred over the chanting of ‘Jai Sri Ram’ over the past few months.
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Kolkata: Trinamool Congress has lodged a complaint with the Election Commission against a retired officer of the Home ministry, for trying to manipulate the Central Forces in Malda South.State Trinamool Congress president Subrata Bakshi alleged that R K Mitra, a retired joint secretary of the Home minister, is trying to influence the Central forces in Malda South, from where his wife Srirupa Mitra Chowdhury is contesting in the Lok Sabha poll. Bakshi further alleged that during route march, Central force personnel were seen asking voters to cast their votes in favour of BJP, following instructions of Mitra. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataHumayun Kabir, expelled Trinamool Congress MLA, will contest from the Murshidabad seat. Kabir, who was a close aide of Adhir Chowdhury, had joined Trinamool from Congress. Later, he was expelled from the party. The BJP has fielded four candidates who have been either expelled or suspended from Trinamool and all are contesting the election. The expelled leaders are Saumitra Khan (Bishnupur), Anupam Hazra (Jadavpur) and Humayun Kabir (Murshidabad), while Arjun Singh, who is contesting from the Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, has been suspended from the party. Former journalist Rantidev Sengupta will contest from Howrah, while Joy Banerjee will contest from Uluberia. Subhas Sarkar, former vice-president of state BJP, will contest from Bankura.
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