Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, August 17, 2017 – Nassau – The Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas has congratulated the Government and people of the Republic of India on the celebration of its National Day. The Government of The Bahamas looks forward to continuing the friendly and cooperative relationship that has existed between the two countries since the inception of Diplomatic Relations in 1975.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has sent a formal Diplomatic Note of congratulations to the Government of India to that effect.Release: BIS
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, December 11, 2017 – Nassau – Police are searching for the suspects responsible for a shooting incident that has left one male dead and two others injured on Sunday, 10th December, 2017. According to reports, shortly before 1:00pm three (3) men were working at a construction site on Shirley Street when they were approached by two men, one armed with a firearm, who demanded cash and shot two of the workers. The third worker was gun butted before the suspects fled on foot. One of the victims was pronounced dead on the scene while the other two men were taken to hospital and are listed in serious condition. Investigations are ongoing.Shortly before 9:00am on Sunday, 10th December, 2017 Officers from the Mobile Division were on routine foot patrol on Bimini Avenue off Market Street, when they observed a male acting in a suspicious manner.The officers conducted a search of the male and found a quantity of marijuana. The male was arrested and is expected to be charged later this week#MagneticMediaNews#anothermurderinNassau#threeshotinrobbery Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#anothermurderinNassau, #magneticmedianews, #threeshotinrobbery
Two new publishing surveys predict rapid revenue growth for mobile apps in the next few years, although one shows most publishers rejecting the switch to an all-digital format. In the second annual “Going Mobile” survey from the Audit Bureau of Circulations and ABC Interactive, 65 percent of respondents say they believe digital delivery is important to their strategic future, up from 55 percent last year. Thirty-seven percent say they expect mobile to significantly impact their revenue in just two years. However, 78 percent of respondents disagreed that their publications would be delivered in digital-only format within the next five years. While Apple is listed as the number one e-reader manufacturer in the ABC survey, just 19 percent of respondents say they are satisfied with Apple’s app business model, while 11 percent say they are satisfied with the analytics and subscriber information they receive from Apple. Meanwhile, a report from mobile ad network Millennial Media, e-media conference producer DIGIDAY and financial services company Stifel Nicolaus, found that 31 percent of publishers surveyed expect their applications to increase 100 percent or more in 2011, with another 17 percent expecting an increase of 50 percent or more. (The Millennial Media report also says that just 6.7 percent of developers use an internal sales force to monetize their applications, while 83 percent use a third party, such as an ad network.)
Portland, Maine-based b-to-b media company Diversified Business Communications has acquired Amazing Charts, a provider of electronic health records. The deal is intended to expand Diversified’s Pri-Med division and its medical education business. Amazing Charts was founded in 2001 and says it provides electronic health records for 5,600 practices with 70 practices added every month. Terms of the deal were not released. The plan is to make Amazing Charts an independent operating subsidiary of Pri-Med, but supplement it with Pri-Med’s educational conference reach into more than 40 markets—potentially expanding Amazing Chart’s visibility with prospective practices. For Diversified, the addition of electronic health records is another asset that can be used in Pri-Med’s educational setting—primarily as a way of extending Pri-Med educational content and services to point-of-care, in-practice settings. “The holy grail of medical education is to demonstrate improved patient outcomes as a result of access to unbiased evidence-based CME,” says John Mooney, founder and CEO of Pri-Med. “We believe that in addition to our live meetings and online CME courses, providing this education at the point of care is the obvious next step, and we are excited to develop this with Amazing Charts. With this deeply integrated partnership, we are together reimagining the EHR as a real-time educational instrumemnt that expands well beyond managing one’s practice.””Diversified is really good at executing events, and this is an opportunity to extend our reach,” says a Diversified spokesperson. “There’s a finite number of primary care physicians and this gives us an opportunity to get directly in front of doctors. What’s critical too is understanding the benefit of education—are the doctors getting what they need and are they able to improve their patients’ health based on the information they learn from Pri-Med? Having Amazing Charts will help us understand that.” Diversified acquired Pri-Med in late 2011 from MC Holdings. Pri-Med consists of about 50 annul educational conferences and digital properties. Mooney had founded Pri-Med in 1994, sold it to Bain Capital in 2004 and later started the CollaborativeCARE conference, which was suspended before Mooney re-joined Diversified to return as Pri-Med’s CEO. In a video describing how the partnership came together, Amazing Charts founder Dr. Jon Bertman, who will continue to serve as president, says “I’ve been looking for a year for a partner who would be able to go with my requirements, which were to leave the company alone, but at the same time would provide resources and a skill level in areas that we don’t have, like marketing, like the infrastructure logistics of running a company.”
Scott Jensen, multimedia journalist, Alaska Dispatch News Eric Boyer, Training Coordinator, The Alaska Training Cooperative/UAA’s Center for Human Development College of Health Many conversations about suicide only focus on prevention and looking for the warning signs. But what if a suicide has already happened? How do we talk about it publicly and privately in healthy, supportive ways? During this week’s show we’ll discuss the media coverage of recent suicides, like the death at AFN, and how to have community conversations about such deaths.Listen Now:HOST: Anne HillmanGUESTS: KSKA (FM 91.1) BROADCAST: Friday, Oct. 30, at 2:00 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 31, at 6:00 p.m.Alaska Public Television BROADCAST: Friday, Oct. 30, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 31, at 6:00 p.m. Alex DeMarban, reporter, Alaska Dispatch News
-A young man allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself at his house over conjugal dispute at Itta village in Manirampur upazila on Saturday afternoon.Family sources said Sanjit Das Babu, 30, son of Dhiren Das, a resident of Itta village, had been at a conjugal feud with his wife. Sanjit used to work at Manirampur upazila post office.Following the dispute, his wife has recently left the house and gone to her father’s house.On Saturday, as Sanjit didn’t wake up after 12:00 pm despite making repeated calls by the family members, the house inmates entered his room breaking the door only to find Sanjib hanging with the ceiling.The body was sent to hospital morgue for autopsy, said sub-inspector Ruksana of Manirampur police station, adding that an unnatural death case was filed in this connection.
By Aya Elamroussi, Special to the AFROWhen D.C. Public Schools fired third-grade teacher Jeff Canady in 2009, he couldn’t leave the District and look for a job elsewhere. Both his parents were sick and needed his help. He slept in a car for two years.“My living situation has been very difficult. Extremely difficult,” Canady told the AFRO. He was fired in 2009 after an evaluation deemed him ineffective. Canady disputed his termination, arguing that he was wrongly fired and that the city was retaliating against him for being a union activist and for criticizing the school system.D.C. teachers protesting (Courtesy Photo).Nine years later- earlier this month- an arbitrator ruled in favor of Canady, a ruling that could entitle him to hundreds of thousands of dollars in back pay and the opportunity to be a District teacher again, The Washington Post reported.DCPS can appeal the ruling, which was made by the American Arbitration Association, a third-party nonprofit organization that settles disputes outside of court.“You never know what the district will do… They may continue to retaliate and break the law. That’s their choice,” Canady said.DCPS Press Secretary told the AFRO in an email that they have been notified of the arbitrator’s decision and is in the process of reviewing it.Canady was among nearly 1,000 other teachers fired during Michelle Rhee’s 3.5-year tenure as D.C. schools chancellor back in 2010. Rhee’s approach to education reform in the nation’s capital drew much scrutiny because she instituted a teacher evaluation system that dictated teachers’ job security and bonuses, The Post reported.Even though Rhee’s system was implemented after Canady was fired, he scored low on the evaluation. Both he and the teachers’ union argued that his third-graders performed well and that he had achieved high scores on his evaluations, The Post reported.“I’m one of the best teachers in the city,” Canady told the AFRO. “Probably the country.”The Post wrote that there has been suspicion his evaluation was connected to his public criticism of the school system and not to his performance in the classroom.He said that he spoke up about the lack of internet service where he was teaching and questioned the chancellor’s process of contract signing at the time.Canady added that the city did not follow proper protocol when evaluating him. And when he was fired, DCPS didn’t follow the proper procedure.“They refused to give me a due process hearing,” he added.He argued that under Rhee’s term, there was a major plunge in the number of Black teachers in DCPS.“It’s been a long history of retaliation.”Canady holds a bachelor’s degree in social work, a master’s in both early childhood education and public administration.A lifelong D.C. resident, he attended Ballou High School and McKinley Technology High School.
Apple Music today unveiled its most-streamed songs and albums of 2018 — and not surprisingly, Drake was at the top of both lists (and had 3 of the Top 5 songs). Just an unsurprisingly, both lists are dominated by hip-hop, pop and R&B. The company also included its editorial selections for artist, breakout artist, song and album of the year.The lists appear in full below.Apple Music’s Top 100 Global Songs 41Camila CabelloNever Be the Same 48Gucci ManeMr. Davis 3Post Malonerockstar (feat. 21 Savage) 77Ariana GrandeGod is a woman 5Post MalonePsycho (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) 37Charlie PuthVoicenotes 9BlocBoy JBLook Alive (feat. Drake) 65Jay Rock,Kendrick Lamar,Future & James BlakeKing’s Dead 52French MontanaUnforgettable (feat. Swae Lee) 47Original Broadway Cast of HamiltonHamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording) 67The Weeknd & Kendrick LamarPray For Me 38THE CARTERSEVERYTHING IS LOVE 54Post MaloneCandy Paint 14Post MaloneBetter Now 45Imagine DragonsThunder 51A$AP RockyTESTING 11Lil Uzi VertLuv Is Rage 2 77French MontanaJungle Rules 94Nicki MinajChun-Li 93Kodak BlackPainting Pictures 32A Boogie wit da HoodieThe Bigger Artist 96HalseyBad at Love 13Lil BabyHarder Than Ever 92A$AP FergStill Striving 16BazziMine Popular on Variety 29GunnaDrip Season 3 3Cardi BInvasion of Privacy 18Kendrick Lamar & SZAAll The Stars 50DJ KhaledGrateful 53OzunaOdisea 32Cardi BBartier Cardi (feat. 21 Savage) 35Bruno Mars24K Magic 34Maroon 5Girls Like You (feat. Cardi B) 4XXXTENTACION? 36The WeekndCall Out My Name 39DrakeI’m Upset 1DrakeGod’s Plan 98benny blanco,Halsey & KhalidEastside 40NFLet You Down 47KhalidYoung Dumb & Broke 42XXXTENTACIONFuck Love (feat. Trippie Redd) 13Juice WRLDLucid Dreams 44MarshmelloSilence (feat. Khalid) 76J. ColeKOD 6Cardi B,Bad Bunny & J BalvinI Like It 87Kendrick Lamar,The Weeknd & SZABlack Panther The Album Music From And Inspired By 71Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman EnsembleThis Is Me 49Marshmello & Anne-MarieFRIENDS 30Luke CombsThis One’s for You 68Frank OceanBlonde 19Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia LineMeant to Be 53XXXTENTACIONchanges 9J. ColeKOD 23Nicki MinajQueen 56Post MaloneBall For Me (feat. Nicki Minaj) 805 Seconds of SummerYoungblood 16SZACtrl 59Cardi BBe Careful 89Maroon 5What Lovers Do (feat. SZA) 60Meek MillWins & Losses 62DrakeMob Ties 63G-Eazy & HalseyHim & I 78YoungBoy Never Broke AgainOutside Today 11Lil Baby & DrakeYes Indeed 66Hailee Steinfeld & AlessoLet Me Go (feat. Florida Georgia Line & watt) 17Dua LipaDua Lipa 68Kendrick LamarLOVE. (FEAT. ZACARI.) 38Khalid & NormaniLove Lies 86FutureDS2 (Deluxe) 36Shawn MendesShawn Mendes 64MiguelWar & Leisure 69Lil Uzi VertXO TOUR Llif3 39LogicBobby Tarantino II 98Lil PeepCome Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 1 8Various ArtistsThe Greatest Showman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 79Bruno MarsDoo-Wops & Hooligans 5Travis ScottASTROWORLD 31Rich The KidThe World Is Yours 75Kendrick LamarHUMBLE. 87Shawn MendesIn My Blood 96Anne-MarieSpeak Your Mind 91Adele21 7Chris BrownHeartbreak on a Full Moon 62Chance the RapperColoring Book 73EminemRiver (feat. Ed Sheeran) Apple Music’s Best Music of 2018 – Editorial SelectionsArtist of the year: DrakeBreakout Artist of the Year: Juice WRLDSong of the Year: I Like It – Cardi B featuring Bad Bunny & J. BalvinAlbum of the Year: Golden Hour – Kacey Musgraves 8821 SavageBank Account 10Offset & Metro BoominRic Flair Drip 815 Seconds of SummerYoungblood 84Ed SheeranPerfect Duet (with Beyoncé) 976LACKEast Atlanta Love Letter 97ZAYNDusk Till Dawn (feat. Sia) [Radio Edit] 49BazziCOSMIC 15Juice WRLDGoodbye & Good Riddance 41H.E.R.H.E.R. 34Travis ScottBirds in the Trap Sing McKnight 82Imagine DragonsWhatever It Takes 58Lil PumpGucci Gang 2DrakeNice For What 43Lil YachtyLil Boat 2 40Playboi CartiDie Lit 95Bryson TillerTrue to Self 100Lil SkiesRed Roses (feat. Landon Cube) 25Lil SkiesLife of a Dark Rose 85Kanye WestAll Mine 37Ed SheeranShape of You 33MigosCulture 24G-EazyNo Limit (feat. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B) 266ix9ineFEFE (feat. Nicki Minaj & Murda Beatz) 64Dua LipaIDGAF 15Migos,Nicki Minaj & Cardi BMotorSport 55J. Cole2014 Forest Hills Drive 56Bryson TillerT R A P S O U L 1421 Savage,Offset & Metro BoominWithout Warning 846ix9ineDAY69: Graduation Day 60Post MaloneCongratulations (feat. Quavo) 92Selena GomezBack to You 18Camila CabelloCamila 6Ed Sheeran÷ 79MiguelSky Walker (feat. Travis Scott) 99DJ KhaledWild Thoughts (feat. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller) 83MacklemoreGEMINI 17DrakeNonstop 28Lil WayneTha Carter V 2Post Malonebeerbongs & bentleys 26G-EazyThe Beautiful & Damned 21MigosWalk It Talk It (feat. Drake) 24Kanye Westye 27Calvin Harris & Dua LipaOne Kiss 52Imagine DragonsEvolve 74Luis Fonsi & Daddy YankeeDespacito (feat. Justin Bieber) 85Various ArtistsLove, Simon (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 90Famous DexPick It Up (feat. A$AP Rocky) 7XXXTENTACIONSAD! 82Mac MillerSwimming 35Bruno MarsFinesse (Remix) [feat. Cardi B] 63Justin TimberlakeMan of the Woods 25XXXTENTACIONMoonlight 28Ed SheeranPerfect 1DrakeScorpion 45Lil PumpLil Pump 59Kane BrownKane Brown Apple Music’s Top 100 Global Albums 44RussThere’s Really A Wolf 57Rae Sremmurd,Swae Lee & Slim JxmmiSR3MM 46Daniel CaesarFreudian 43XXXTENTACIONJocelyn Flores 30Dua LipaNew Rules 89Sam SmithThe Thrill of It All 48Selena Gomez & MarshmelloWolves 70The ChainsmokersMemories…Do Not Open 95YGBIG BANK (feat. 2 Chainz, Big Sean & Nicki Minaj) 91Post MaloneRich & Sad 5421 SavageIssa Album 20The WeekndMy Dear Melancholy, 31TygaTaste (feat. Offset) 55Ella MaiBoo’d Up 58YoungBoy Never Broke AgainAI YoungBoy 42Future & Young ThugSUPER SLIMEY 12KhalidAmerican Teen 61FutureBEASTMODE 2 83Logic1-800-273-8255(feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid) 27EminemKamikaze 72Imagine DragonsBeliever 74BeyoncéBEYONCÉ (Platinum Edition) 78Taylor Swiftreputation 51Sam SmithToo Good at Goodbyes 67Calvin HarrisFunk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 70Gucci ManeI Get the Bag (feat. Migos) 93Rich The KidNew Freezer (feat. Kendrick Lamar) 71Bebe RexhaAll Your Fault, Pt. 2 – EP 72P!nkBeautiful Trauma 76Little MixGlory Days: The Platinum Edition 22Kodak BlackProject Baby 2: All Grown Up 75Trippie ReddLIFE’S A TRIP 90Ty Dolla $ignBeach House 3 10XXXTENTACION17 21Ariana GrandeSweetener 86Drake & Michael JacksonDon’t Matter To Me 19YoungBoy Never Broke AgainUntil Death Call My Name 81FutureHNDRXX 65Lil Baby & GunnaDrip Harder 73FutureFUTURE 61Travis ScottButterfly Effect 80RudimentalThese Days (feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen) 69Wiz KhalifaRolling Papers 2 4DrakeIn My Feelings 29Cardi BBodak Yellow 33MigosStir Fry 46Rich The KidPlug Walk 57Kodak BlackRoll in Peace (feat. XXXTENTACION) 66PnB RockCatch These Vibes 88Adele25 50Lil DickyFreaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown) 23Zedd,Maren Morris & GreyThe Middle 20Ariana Grandeno tears left to cry 94NAVRECKLESS 12Post MaloneI Fall Apart 99YGSTAY DANGEROUS 100Einstein Baby Lullaby AcademyBaby Lullaby: Relaxing Piano Lullabies and Natural Sleep Aid for Baby Sleep Music 22Travis ScottSICKO MODE 8Camila CabelloHavana (feat. Young Thug) ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15
Tucson closer to having network of electric-car chargers Is Chicago leading the way for solar-powered EV charging stations? When you think of advances in making electric vehicles easier to use, you do not normally think of Chicago. San Francisco or Portland often come to mine. Both cities are working to install EV charging stations throughout the city in order to make “filling up” with electricity almost as convenient as filling up with gasoline. But Chicago has gone one better. Not only will Chicago provide EV charging stations, but the city will do so using renewable energy. Solar power will be used to provide electricity, negating the need for fossil fuels altogether if you drive an electric vehicle in the Windy City.There is a tree-like canopy that holds the solar panels. These panels collect the sun’s light and facilitates the transformation into electric energy. Storage of the electricity is underground. The station was built by Carbon Day Automotive. The company hopes that other cities will follow suit, allowing them to build solar-powered EV charging stations for other American cities.For now, the City of Chicago is likely to be the biggest user of the EV station. The city has a fleet of electric cars, and the charging station will be used daily to make sure that the cars have the electricity that they need. It’s a great idea, and proof that innovation and technology can move us into a more sustainable future — one that doesn’t require fossil fuels to keep us going.© 2009 PhysOrg.com This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. (PhysOrg.com) — One of the biggest arguments that some have made against plug-in electric vehicles is that they still promote the use of fossil fuels. When you have to plug in a car for a charge, the electricity used to charge the battery often comes from a power plant that gets its energy from oil. Chicago is hoping to change that as it becomes the first city to install an electric vehicle (EV) charging station powered with solar energy. Citation: Chicago Installs Solar Powered Charging Station for Electric Vehicles (2009, April 10) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2009-04-chicago-solar-powered-station-electric.html Explore further