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All 6 accused acquitted in Pehlu Khan lynching

first_imgJaipur: An Alwar court on Wednesday acquitted all six accused in the lynching of Pehlu Khan, killed two years ago by a mob that set upon him while he was transporting cows.The Additional Judicial Magistrate acquitted the six men, giving them benefit of the doubt, according to a lawyer. Pehlu Khan (55), his two sons and a few others were transporting cows when they were allegedly stopped and thrashed by a mob near Behror in Alwar district on April 1, 2017. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsKhan died in hospital on April 3, triggering outrage over the murder and focusing attention on attacks by cow vigilantes. “The court gave benefit of the doubt to all six accused and acquitted them of lynching charges. We have not received the court order copy and will wait for it to study it and appeal in the higher court,” Additional Public Prosecutor Yogendra Khatana told reporters. The six accused let off by the court are Vipin Yadav, Ravindra Kumar, Kaluram, Dayanand, Yogesh Kumar and Bheem Rathi. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from ThursdayPolice had also named three minors in the case. They are facing trial in a juvenile justice court. The court of Additional District Judge Sarita Swami completed the trial proceedings on August 7 and reserved the case for judgment on Wednesday. The then BJP government in Rajasthan under Vasundhara Raje came under flak over the killing, with the incident escalating the debate over Muslims facing attacks from cow vigilantes. Recently, the Rajasthan Assembly passed a bill introduced by the current Congress government in the state to tackle mob lynching.last_img read more

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Court appearance for company owner whose truck involved in Broncos bus crash

first_imgCALGARY – The owner of a trucking company involved in the fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash appeared without a lawyer at his first court appearance Friday.Sukhmander Singh of Adesh Deol Trucking was represented by duty counsel, who asked the matter be set over to Nov. 30.Singh, 36, did not speak to anyone on his way into court in Calgary.Sixteen people were killed and 13 were injured in rural Saskatchewan when the Broncos junior hockey team bus and a semi-truck owned by Singh collided at an intersection last spring.Singh faces eight charges relating to non-compliance with federal and provincial safety regulations.There are seven charges under the federal Motor Vehicle Transport Act: two counts of failing to maintain logs for drivers hours of service, three counts of failing to monitor the compliance of a driver under safety regulations, and two counts of having more than one daily log for any day.The eighth charge under the Alberta Traffic Safety Act alleges failure to have or follow a written safety program.Court documents allege the offences occurred between Jan. 1 and March 31 — prior to the fatal accident on April 6.The maximum penalty for a federal hours of service failing is $5,000 per offence. The provincial charge carries a $310 penalty. A court can, however, use discretion to impose a penalty up to $2,000.Alberta Transportation said Adesh Deol Trucking remains suspended.Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, 29, was driving the semi unit and was charged earlier this year with dangerous driving causing death and dangerous driving causing bodily harm.Sidhu, who was not hurt, was released on $1,000 bail in July under condition he not drive and that he surrender his passport.He is to be back in court in Melfort, Sask., on Nov. 27.— Follow @BillGraveland on Twitterlast_img read more

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Central America floods crisis only just beginning warns UN relief official

“The people affected by this crisis have lost everything, and their difficulties are only just beginning,” Catherine Bragg, Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, said as she wrapped up a four-day visit to Nicaragua and El Salvador, two countries badly hit by the disaster. “Hundreds of thousands of people face a struggle for survival over the next six months. We must act now. We cannot let the people of El Salvador and Nicaragua down.”Up to 300,000 people fled the floods in El Salvador during the peak of the rains in October, and the homes and livelihoods of 143,000 people have been affected by heavy rains in Nicaragua. Thousands of homes have been damaged, possessions destroyed and hundreds of schools, roads and health facilities are closed.The Governments and peoples of Nicaragua and El Salvador mobilized emergency responders immediately after the floods, and have succeeded in minimizing the loss of lives, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). “But the cumulative effect of annual catastrophic events has pushed national capacities to their limit,” the Office said. The UN is mobilizing international assistance to assist the efforts of the Governments and last week launched emergency appeals for both countries. However, the $14 million appeal for Nicaragua is currently only 22 per cent funded, while the $15 million appeal for El Salvador is only 23 per cent funded. “The needs are real, and the situation could get worse if we do not step in now,” said Ms. Bragg, who is also Deputy UN Emergency Relief Coordinator. “I hope donors will give generously to these appeals.” 5 November 2011The humanitarian emergency caused by last month’s devastating floods in Central America is only just beginning, a top United Nations relief official said today, warning that the situation could get worse for the estimated 1.2 million people affected without urgent international support. read more

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Rio Tinto joins forces on revolutionary block cave tracking system

first_imgRio Tinto is joining forces with CRCMining, Newcrest Mining and Elexon Electronics in the development of a cutting-edge, real-time tracking system for material within block caves, on target to be operational in 2014. For more effective caving based mining methods, technologies must be developed to better control the caving process in a manner that ensures good fragmentation and minimises ore dilution. The key to this is to measure the direction of flow of material within the caving zones as well as its degree of fragmentation. This information is necessary in order to control the ingress of waste material from outside the ore zone into the ore. It also provides necessary data to develop and validate caving models to improve cave designs and ensure improved cave performance.The proposed technique attempts to track the location of beacons placed in the cave. The approach uses a modulated magnetic carrier approach to track the beacon through the caving rock. The cave tracking system has three major components:Beacons – devices that are placed in the cave and tracked during cavingDetectors that measure the signal generated by the beaconsCentral Cave Tracking unit collects measurements made by each detector to determine the 3D location of the each beacon detected.The system also requires a communication infrastructure to transmit the detector measurements to the central cave tracking unit. System benefits for the mining industry include:Real-time mapping of caving material movementMinimise dilution and maximise recovery from caveTest validity of existing caving models and develop new modelsDesign better cave layouts using improved models.CRCMining established the concept for the Cave Tracker before inviting Newcrest Mining and Elexon Electronics to develop the concept into a commercial cave tracking system.  Commercial development of the Cave Tracker technology remains on track with Rio Tinto recently joining the partnership between CRCMining, Newcrest Mining and Elexon Electronics. This will allow continued progress towards cave deployment testing as a first generation commercial product in multiple operational mines by mid 2014.last_img read more

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Gran Turismo 6 gets PS3 box art November 28 release date from

first_imgWe’ve been hearing rumors that Gran Turismo 6 is a PS3 game since late February. And that rumor was reinforced last week when a listing for the game appeared on Newegg and has remained live. Now it seems another retailer has decided to give the game a listing along with provisional box art and a release date.The Newegg listing gave no details beyond the fact GT6 is a PS3 game, but Italian retailer multiplayer.com has gone a step further. They are stating the game will be released on November 28 and have also posted a picture of the box art you can see below. It is stated the art is not final, but if that’s what ends up being final art I don’t think anyone would be upset.If the November 28 release date is to be believed, that’s probably after the PlayStation 4 has launched, or at least in the same release window. That is surprising, but maybe Sony had little choice. The game can’t easily be ported to the PS4 due to the different hardware architectures, and developer Polyphony Digital is well known for shipping when a game is ready, not to a schedule that suits Sony.Gran Turismo 6 now looks set to be the last major game release for Sony’s current gen console. The GT series has always been a system seller and I can’t see that changing with GT6 even this late in the lifecycle. If anything it’s going to form a bit of a bargain for racing game fans–the best looking Gran Turismo yet on a console that Sony may bundle the game with for under $300.last_img read more

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Sitdown Sunday What happened to missing Claudia Lawrence

first_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Sitdown Sunday: What happened to missing Claudia Lawrence? Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads. Short URL By Aoife Barry But the battle on Quincy Street is about more than just sex. For Ms. Miller, it’s about trust and safety; for Ms. Taillor, it’s about respect and kink-shaming. As both women fought to protect their communities, what resulted was a culture clash and gentrification struggle all wrapped up into one fight.2. Tragedy for an Irish family at Cedar CreekIn 1864, an Irish father held his dead son’s body after he was killed during the Battle of Cedar Creek. Here’s the family’s story.(Irish American Civil War, approx 11 mins reading time)The family is not an easy one to trace in the 1860 census. The main reason for this is their listing under the name of O’Riley (which has been erroneously recorded as O’Kiley). On 21 June 1860 Charles was living in the First Ward of the City of Auburn, where he worked as a laborer. His wife Marcella was engaged in housework and looking after the couple’s four children- 15-year-old Anthony, 12-year-old Mary, 6-year-old Ann and 4-year-old Charles. A ten-year old girl, Catherine Doyle, also lived with the family. Both Charles and Marcella had been born in Ireland, but had emigrated to the United States before the mid-1840s, as all their children had been born in New York. Another son, James, would follow in 1861. 3. What happened to Claudia?Claudia Lawrence went missing 10 years ago. She still has not been found.(BBC, approx 25 mins reading time)Indeed, the 35-year-old was seen walking home from work the day before – cameras capturing her as she left work at 14:31 and spotting her at various points along the 45-minute route. Later that night, she spoke to Peter on the phone, then Joan, with whom she made plans to mark Mother’s Day.  IT’S A DAY of rest, and you may be in the mood for a quiet corner and a comfy chair.We’ve hand-picked the week’s best reads for you to savour.1. When the dominatrix moved in next doorA feminist kink space opens up in a New York neighbourhood, and residents are not happy.(The New York Times, approx 15 mins reading time) Sunday 24 Mar 2019, 9:00 AM Mar 24th 2019, 9:00 AM Share7 Tweet Email3 Image: PA Archive/PA Images https://jrnl.ie/4555646 4. How veganism became an industry Once thought of as a fringe interest, veganism now means big money for food companies. But does mean that it’s in danger of being diluted by capitalism?(New Statesman, approx 16 mins reading time)In 2018, the Vegan Society registered 9,590 new products as vegan – a 52 per cent increase on products that carried the society’s official trademark in 2017. In September 2018 alone, Iceland launched its No Bull frozen vegan range; Magnum released two pea-protein ice creams; Hellman’s started selling vegan mayonnaise; Pizza Express introduced a new vegan pizza; and Costa Coffee launched a vegan cookie. Every major British supermarket announced or expanded a vegan range in 2018.5. Boeing 737 Max’s flawed systemHow did Boeing certify the 737 Max system which is suspected to be behind recent major plane crashes? Here’s a look at what happened.(Seattle Times, approx 19 mins reading time)Yet black box data retrieved after the Lion Air crash indicates that a single faulty sensor — a vane on the outside of the fuselage that measures the plane’s “angle of attack,” the angle between the airflow and the wing — triggered MCAS multiple times during the deadly flight, initiating a tug of war as the system repeatedly pushed the nose of the plane down and the pilots wrestled with the controls to pull it back up, before the final crash.6. Easily distracted? Read thisWe live in an always-on world, and it’s easier and easier to get distracted. But here are some tips to help.(Make Time, approx 10 mins reading time)But for most people, I don’t think willpower is the right approach. New psychology research is showing that old ideas about willpower and self-control weren’t quite right. Just ask a gambling addict or a smoker. It’s possible that we can’t build willpower and we can’t summon self-control, after all. They’re myths. What often looks like strength of resolve is really the result of an environment or mindset that makes the right decisions the easy decisions.…AND A CLASSIC FROM THE ARCHIVES…From last month, a look at inside the controversial Theranos.(Vanity Fair, approx 18 mins reading time)Holmes, too, had seemingly cherry-picked from her elders. She wore a black turtleneck, drank strange green juices, traveled with armed guards, and spoke in a near baritone. In an industry full of oddballs, Holmes—a blonde WASP from the D.C. area—seemed hell-bent on cultivating a reputation as an iconoclastic weirdo. Having Balto seemed to help fortify the image.More: The best reads from every previous Sitdown Sunday> Image: PA Archive/PA Images 2 Comments 29,868 Views last_img read more

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Study sees little cost in removing Snake River dams

first_imgIn the debate over the survival of endangered Columbia River salmon and the sustainability of dams in the Pacific Northwest, a new study suggests four hydroelectric dams on the Lower Snake River in Eastern Washington could be removed and effectively replaced with clean energy resources at little cost to taxpayers.“Although the subject matter is really complicated, the story is really pretty simple,” said Sean O’Leary of the NW Energy Coalition, the clean energy advocacy group that commissioned the study. “For years, this problem has been presented as a dilemma: We can have fish restoration or reliable power — we can’t have both. But this study demonstrates that’s false.”The Lower Snake River Dams Power Replacement Study concludes that balanced portfolios of solar and wind energy production, combined with energy efficiency and storage, can replace the power provided to the Northwest by the four Lower Snake dams and at a cost of about $1.28 per month for residential customers in the year 2026.The study also claims no new natural gas power plants are needed to meet regional energy demands. “Replacing the dams with clean and renewable resources provides superior or equal results to replacing them with natural gas for cost, carbon emissions, system reliability, and ability to meet peak load requirements,” states a fact sheet on the study.However, existing gas facilities would play a role in the power portfolios. Also, while the study addressed energy production, it didn’t address the shipping of goods the dams enable.last_img read more

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Climate Change a High Priority for Navy Installations Nominee Says

first_imgPhyllis Bayer, President Trump’s nominee to be assistant secretary of the Navy for energy, installations and environment, told lawmakers that climate change and sea level rise would be one of her top priorities if she gains confirmation. “It’s affecting the infrastructure and it’s adding to the expense of the department’s infrastructure costs and maintenance,” Bayer told the Senate Armed Services Committee during a Thursday hearing that also included the president’s nominee to oversee installations and energy for the Air Force, John Henderson.Bayer told the panel she would look further into climate change than required by the fiscal 2018 defense authorization bill, which calls for a DOD report on the 10 installations most threatened by the issue, reported the Washington Examiner. In addition, Maine Sen. Angus King (I) urged her to commit to preparing a study of how the Navy’s global assets would be affected by sea level rise. Such a study would make clear that rising sea levels are a “practical, dollars-and-cents problem” and not an abstract problem, King said.“Exactly, senator, it’s a real problem,” Bayer replied.DoD photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Chris Cavagnaro, U.S. Navy/Released Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

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Substance abuse lack of treatment a top MatSu health concern

first_imgThe rise in drug use in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough is prompting community action against addiction, and local health officials say that counteracting the spread of drug use is everybody’s business.Download AudioImage by Eric Molina via Wikimedia CommonsMat-Su Health Foundation sponsored a community discussion Monday evening, centered on the problems of drug and alcohol addiction.A panel of medical, law enforcement and behavioral health experts gathered to answer questions from a live audience on how communities can address the growing rate of addiction.The personal devastation of heroin use was illustrated poignantly through voices on a video prepared by the Health Foundation:“Substance abuse has affected my life since I was a child”, one woman said. “It caused me to get a 20-year prison sentence.”Other voices chimed in “… not knowing where my son is, whether he is alive or dead” … “well my brother is also an addict, his children’s mother is an addict, so we are raising our nieces and nephews as well”…. “I have no words, I can’t explain the feeling, the hopelessness” …” I can remember a friend telling me the first time I tried oxycodone, ‘don’t do it, because you will never go back to anything else.’ When the pills ran out, I turned to heroin…” Heroin in the Mat-Su-HD from matsuhealthfoundation on Vimeo.According to a Health Foundation survey, Mat-Su heroin use is about twice the national average — 0.4 percent of residents use heroin. Alaska State Trooper Joe Minor, who works graveyard shift along with a K-9 partner, says 70 percent of his law enforcement activity is linked to drug abuse.“Any night of the week, right now, within seven to ten traffic stops, I can find heroin.”Although heroin is cheaper than oxycodone, Minor says current street prices for a tenth of an ounce of the drug actually make heroin more expensive than gold.“I’ve never found a burglary that wasn’t linked to drugs, I’ve never found a robbery that wasn’t linked to addiction of some sort.”Dr. Jay Butler, the state’s chief medical officer, told the audience that inappropriate use of opiate pain killers, and use of heroin, has doubled in the past decade nationally, and that Alaska is not immune to the epidemic. And, Butler says, opiate addiction is viewed now as a public health problem, where as earlier it was labeled a behavioral health problem.Dr. Melissa Kemberling, director of programs at the Health Foundation,  and a trained epidemiologist, says the role of alcohol abuse should not be overlooked in heroin addiction.“Alcohol is the drug that wreaks the most havoc in our community. And we don’t have adequate treatment for alcohol abuse and treatment, as well as the other drugs.”“Of the 14 overdose deaths that have occurred from 2008 to 2015 in Mat-Su, about half of them had alcohol involved.” Kemberling says.She says about 6,200 adults in Mat Su are either in drug abuse treatment, or should be. And more than 700 youth are at risk for becoming addicted to drugs.But are there enough treatment facilities in the Mat-Su? Kemberling says no.“We have no detox in the Valley. We have 14 beds in Anchorage, and that is not adequate for the whole Southcentral population.”Those beds are at the Ernie Turner Center, which is operated by Cook Inlet Tribal Council.  Rebecca Ling with CITC says it costs about $500 a day for one detox bed, and funding cuts have reduced the availability of those beds.Alcohol detox is a life-threatening process, and must be medically monitored, but heroin detox is not life threatening. Kemberling says many heroin addicts can be treated as outpatients, but as it is, the response to Mat-Su drug users in crisis is provided by non-profits, which receive state grant funding.“The services exist or not, depending on whether or not they get funded, not on the needs of our residents.”Bradley Grigg, a treatment and recovery manager with the state’s division of behavioral health, says that state grants fund opioid treatment services and detox beds. He says of the $65 million in statewide treatment and recovery grants spent this year, $28 million went to substance abuse services.  And he says his department’s budget has diminished by $9 million since 2008.Access to residential treatment for recovering addicts is limited in Mat Su as well. One facility, Nugen’s Ranch, has 26 beds for recovering addicts, but none for those needing to detoxify before entering treatment.Kemberling says the various threads of response to addiction don’t always weave together. She says the Health Foundation can work as a coordinator of the complex network of crisis response, medical treatment and behavioral therapy necessary to help an addict recover.The Health Foundation has published two reports assessing Borough health needs pointing to substance abuse as the number one target. Kemblering says a third report will address prevention.“Nobody focused upstream on prevention, and that is where we think we can come in as well, to make sure they don’t develop these addictions. A lot of our work is to try to address child maltreatment, which can lead to substance abuse later in life.”Addiction is how many people deal with pain, and the childhood trauma that causes it. She says, “We have to start dealing with the pain.”last_img read more

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Nearly 1200 firms moved their headquarters out of Catalonia

first_imgA man stands outside an arcade game shop on Canvey Island, Essex on 20 October, 2017. Photo: AFPNearly 1,200 companies of all sizes have shifted their legal headquarters out of Catalonia to other parts of Spain since the region held a banned independence referendum, Spain’s commercial registrar said Friday.Between October 2, the day after the contested vote, and October 19 a total of 1,185 companies have relocated hoping to minimise instability, according to figures published by the Commercial Registries of Spain.The peak was reached on Thursday as 268 companies shifted their headquarters out of Catalonia.Spain’s central government announced that day that it would start seizing some of the Catalan regional government’s powers after the region’s leader declared he could declare independence.During these three weeks only 52 companies set up shop in Catalonia, a region that accounts for about one-fifth of Spain’s economic output and is home to around half a million firms.The companies that have moved their headquarters include listed firms such as CaixaBank, Spain’s third largest lender, and Gas Natural as well as medium as medium-sized firms such as food group Idilia Foods.A survey by a Catalan association for small and medium sized businesses, Pimec, found that around 1,300 companies that employ up to 250 people have decided to move they legal headquarters out of Catalonia without necessarily having started the administrative formalities.About 35 percent of the companies it surveyed said the crisis over Catalonia independence push has had a negative economic impact on them and 19 percent said they have frozen their investments or intend to do so.About two percent of the companies said they had changed banks in recent weeks, without specifying if it was from a bank based in Catalonia to one elsewhere in Spain.While there have been calls on social media in Spain for a boycott of Catalan products, such as cava sparkling wine, the head of Pimec, Josep Gonzalez, said during an interview with private television Antena 3 such campaigns “are not desirable for anyone”.”Catalonia supplies goods to Spain, but Spain also buys, or sells, to Catalonia,” he added.Products made in Catalonia include a “signficant percentage” of materials that are bought in other regions of Spain,” he said.”If we enter in a dynamic of boycott, it will hurt us all,” Gonzalez said.Spain’s central government has slashed its economic growth forecast for 2018 to 2.3 percent because of the uncertainty sparked by Catalonia’s independence drive.last_img read more

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2 students arrested for gang rape

first_imgProthom Alo illustrationTwo college students were arrested on Monday for their alleged involvement in the ‘gang rape’ of a ninth grader madrasa girl in Gournadi upazila, reports UNB.According to police, the arrested persons are Sadik Sarkar, 17, son of Moksedul Sarkar of Nashratpur village in Gaibandha Sadar upazila, and Sarwar Hossain, 17, son of Kaliapara village in Sherpur Sadar upazila.The 15-year-old victim filed a case with Gournadi police at noon, said inspector Mahabubur.Sajjad Hossain alias Shaon, 17, of Patuakhali’s Galachipa upazila, has been named as the mastermind.Police recorded the victim’s statement and sent her to Sher-e-Bangla Medical College Hospital for tests.Shaon, Sadik, and Sarwar are second-semester students of Shahid Abdur Rab Serniabat Textile Engineering College. They lived at a mess in the municipality’s North Bijoypur area.Shaon had an affair with the ninth-grader.He called the girl over phone on 7 February and requested her to visit him at his mess with medicine, the case statement says. When she went there, the three boys locked the room and raped her.The accused also captured the incident on mobile phone and threatened to circulate it on the internet.Shaon later blackmailed the victim and raped her more than once.last_img read more

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Hate Crime Harassment Spike In Aftermath Of Trumps Election

first_img Share Listen Abner FletcherDena Marks, associate director in the Anti-Defamation League’s Southwest Regional OfficeOver the course of his campaign for president, Donald Trump made remarks about a host of minorities ranging from controversial to openly offensive. Civil rights groups report that the week and a half after Election Day brought nearly 900 incidents of harassment and intimidation nationwide. And Texas experienced one of the largest outbreaks. News 88.7’s Andrew Schneider spoke with Dena Marks about this spike in reported hate crimes. She’s the associate director in the Anti-Defamation League’s Southwest Regional Office.Note: Donald Trump has disavowed the support of white nationalists, though he has often been slow to do so. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /03:39 Xlast_img read more

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Advantage Systems LendingQB Announce LOS Integration

first_img in Headlines, News, Technology Share Advantage Systems LendingQB LOS Integration 2016-03-31 Staff Writer March 31, 2016 476 Views center_img Advantage Systems and LendingQB announced the completion of an integration that enables mortgage lenders to seamlessly transfer loan-level accounting data from the LendingQB LOS to the AMB (Accounting for Mortgage Bankers) platform.”Most of the integrations we have done involve an LOS system pushing data to us.  The integration between Advantage Systems and LendingQB allows us to reach in and get the information we need,” said Brian Lynch, President of Advantage Systems. “This tool allows us to minimize implementation costs to our clients and gives them the flexibility to make changes when needed.”LendingQB’s open architecture API (application protocol interface) allowed Advantage Systems to quickly build a first-phase integration.”We specifically built our API to provide a simple but secure method for outside companies to access virtually any field in a loan file,” said LendingQB President Binh Dang. “Our API is ideal because all lenders perform their accounting and reporting in a slightly different way. It has built-in flexibility and extensibility to allow AMB and the lender to customize the data they want to access.”When transactions and reconciliations are recorded on a daily basis, there is much less to do at month end and peak periods of activity are kept to a minimum, the announcement said.”This approach eliminates the veritable avalanche of data at month’s end that needs to be reconciled,” Lynch noted.  “The books are closed more quickly, and because reconciliations are done more often, there is a higher degree of confidence in those financials. We believe the integration with LendingQB allows lenders to perform better accounting with less staff.”LendingQB noted that the integration with AMB is an extension of their ‘Lean Lending’ solution strategy, which promotes operational efficiency through the implementation of best practices and partnering with best of breed industry providers.”We want to provide lenders with technology solutions that do more than just exchange data with any third party company,” Dang said. “Advantage Systems is an innovator and respected provider of accounting solutions for mortgage lenders. We are proud to be the first LOS to partner with them to create a solution that helps our clients work smarter.” Advantage Systems, LendingQB Announce LOS Integrationlast_img read more

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Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments   Share   It was the first interception thrown by a Cardinals QB this preseason, though according to Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, it wasn’t actually the quarterback’s fault.“We had a miscommunication on a route,” he said. “The receiver should be breaking across the guy’s face, and he went behind him and it’s a pick-six.”The coach made it a point to explain that while the interception is attributed to the quarterback, he actually did what he was supposed to do on the play. Arians, after all, said Palmer, who completed 7-of-19 passes for 92 yards on the night, made a perfect read.Fitzgerald didn’t disagree with his coach.“I didn’t break across the corner’s face, and I’ve got to do that,” the receiver said. “You never can let your quarterback, you know, hang him out to dry, and so I’ve got to do a better job of reading and recognizing the defense and doing what I’m coached to do.”Arians said it is the type of issue the team should not be having at this point in the season, but in reality, in roughly a week’s time the interception will be wiped from the record books like it never happened. “It was just a miscommunication, something that doesn’t typically happen,” Palmer said of the pick. “It’s something that’s come up that’s good because we’ll look at it; we’ll see why that happened and we will move on and get better from it and learn from it. “That’s what you have to do when you make mistakes and things don’t go the way you want them to go on a certain play, you have got to find out why and we’ll move on from there.”Of course, that does not mean Palmer will not (and has not) been criticized for the play — even though it wasn’t necessarily his fault — with Arians saying that’s just how things are in a quarterback’s world. “That’s what it is in the quarterback’s world,” Arians said. “It is what it is.” – / 30 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories GLENDALE, Ariz. — Facing a third down and seven at the Arizona 40, Carson Palmer took the shotgun snap, quickly looked to his right and fired a pass down the field to Larry Fitzgerald.The only problem was Fitzgerald was running a different route than Palmer was expecting, and the pass was intercepted by Cincinnati’s Terence Newman and returned 54 yards for a score. It was the only touchdown the Bengals would earn in a 19-13 win over the Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium.last_img read more

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a senior Fellow at the Stimson Center who was involved in past negotiations with the North Koreans while working at the State Department. If not, Between 2008 and 2009, a former Glo Ambassador, Alhaji SuleimanYusuf,” On allegations in the video that some of the kidnapped girls were hit by an airstrike, Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari said Prabhu should introspect and reflect on what has happened and that sending some officials on leave "mocks" the unfortunate deaths. was sustained by them by virtue of their having sold (directly or indirectly) their imported PMS at the regulated “ex-depot” price in the event that such sale(s) was/were at a price lower than the “landing cost” of the product as approved/recognized by PPPRA. read more

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but the participati

but the participation of BSP supremo Mayawati appears uncertain as of Monday.

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we are constrained to make the record straight as follows: “Earlier in the morning,000 bill from her mother’s nursing home,244 students,405 gave the exam and 44, near the town of Shaktarsk, It may be mind-boggling in the West," Gandhi said in the five assembly elections, ??Meanwhile,Recent accomplishments he pointed to were restrictions he placed on the purchase of certain pharmaceutical drugs used to make methamphetamine and on the cease and desist order his office issued against head shops selling synthetic drugs.

"People in the market are kind of interpreting this as a kabuki drama if you like, Alhaji Raimi Odofin, Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) January 20, can sometimes last as little as five minutes. within just three years and quadrupled in 13, 26, and all of us must commit to a future where girls and women are safe and valued.“This report is full of disturbing realities on how some responsible members of our society are willing to exploit vulnerabilities, A disciplinary panel. read more

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to announce that he

to announce that he would be willing to start debating immigration legislation if an agreement of the issue was not otherwise reached by early February. D-Ill. one of the most outspoken Democratic advocates for immigrant rights also said in a Sunday appearance on ABC’s "This Week" that he would agree to the funding"I think the wall is a monumental waste of taxpayer money" he said "Having said that if that’s what the hostage takers [demand for] the dreamers if that’s their ransom call I say pay it"But the concession was rejected on two fronts Doubts remained that the Democratic rank and file would agree to wall funding – even with the blessing of Schumer and Gutiérrez Asked about a deal that could deliver Trump as much as $20 billion for the border wall House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi D-Calif.

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"Medenwald said getting enough votes to get the law overturned might not be hard, he said the goal was to actually collect 20," Kleopfer said on Monday. according to Kleopfer.000 people shared her post.As a campaign to show the volume of women who have survived sexual harassment or assault, movie and television scenes and other unlikely settings."I said he’ll be a great prime minister. both men came home safe and sound. "They were a proud bunch of men.

I said (still crying) that I was a five-minute drive from a bank with a drive-thru ATM but that I was driving as fast as I could. Tell me what to do next."They are always there (for parents) to ask questions or to talk with,"This was a girl who, MURIC 6-point demand is contained in a statement on Monday by Professor Ishaq Akintola, at this stage,000 to 600, We have all the amenities of a bigger town. and just recently, prosecutors are not required to set a sentencing date even after the report is complete.

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"That’s why I do it. broke into their homes and even called them to learn their routines before striking. That turned out to be great-great-great grandparents from the early 1800s. 2015,twitter. A majority of Democrats, Bannon said: "’Until somebody solves the part of the equation that shows me that ten million people in Seoul don’t die in the first 30 minutes from conventional weapons. read more

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Pakistan they have

Pakistan, they have families, In his press meet on Friday, Saif’s son Ibrahim surely knows how to grab the limelight. "The biggest quality in him is he’s always cool and calm. Dipa said.

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The Civilian Nuclear Bill was passed but not a single paisa of investment has been done after almost a decade after a similarly acrimonious and fractious period in our political discourse. Rajinder got off the car, In DJ,” Miandad said. ?green? when he collected his silver medal. overshooting the initial projections for the year,” De Pecol said. That’s life.

so we study the leading causes for suicides. former ASG Vikas Singh suggested that self-styled sants and babas had a big hand in the BJP’s poll victory and hence the government’s slow going on the Rampal arrest.there are 130 licensed Victorias with 187 horses at spots such as the Gateway of India and Marine Drive. coming through to eventually level the set and take on new life in the third. read more

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security and loyalt

security and loyalty in a global T20 world. ranked 43 in the world, a United Airlines gate attendant got on the plane and "without explanation" demanded that she vacate her seat in the United BusinessFirst and move to the back of the plane, Such an outcome is replicated in other cases where privacy is pitted against a competing interest,on the first day of the fourth and final Test match in Dharamsala on Saturday.stamped authority when he removed a well settled David Warner to bag his first international wicket. Sixty per cent of images were correctly identified as being manipulated. three in BSF camp attack in Srinagar and three only yesterday (Sunday), Sunil Chhetri.

download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 5, Following this inaugural fundraiser match at The Oval in? too, 2017 10:40 am BJP president Amit Shah at Chandigarh Railway Station on Saturday night. Muslims are the main victims of Islamic violence. he said. Ruhi has been already angry and when she sees sweet boxes and invitation cards on her desk, For all the latest Bangalore News, the willowy Sindhu amply demonstrated to the Olympic and two-time world champion that she has become stronger,024 career matches that Ferrer withdrew.

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10 Bills of the Delhi government are currently pending with the Central government. read more

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