Kolkata: The state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has nabbed another accused person in connection with the murder of Nimta Trinamool Congress leader Nirmal Kundu, late on Saturday night. The accused, identified as Sudip Das alias Laltu, was hiding in a house at Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh, which belongs to one of his relatives.According to sources, before CID took over the investigation of Kundu’s murder, sleuths of Nimta police station had managed to arrest a person identified as Suman Kundu, who had admitted that he had hired a contract killer to murder Nirmal. After interrogating him, cops nabbed the contract killer Sujoy Das from Uttarpara. According to sources, Suman was also a Trinamool worker in Nimta, who had joined BJP a few months ago before the Lok Sabha elections. After the two arrests were made, the case was handed over to CID as per the instruction by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who had visited Kundu’s family. After CID started the investigation, they came up with Sudip’s name from the arrested duo. He is also a resident of the area where Kundu used to live. Recently, CID sleuths got a tip from their sources that Sudip was hiding somewhere in Chhattisgarh. Working on the information, sleuths came to know that one of his relatives lives in Bilaspur. Immediately, a team from CID went to Bilaspur on Saturday. Late on Saturday night, sleuths nabbed Sudip and produced him before a local court there with appeal for transit remand. According to CID, three days transit remand has been allowed and soon Sudip will be brought to CID headquarters Bhavani Bhavan in Kolkata. Later, sleuths may appeal to the Barrackpore Court for his police custody. Kundu was reportedly shot dead by two miscreants on June 4 at Patna Thakurtala area in Nimta. According to local residents, he was talking with his neighbours near his house on Tuesday evening. At around 6:30 pm, two bike riders came there and suddenly fired two shots at Kundu. Before anybody could react, the miscreants fled from the scene. Kundu was rushed to a private hospital near Belgharia, where doctors declared him brought dead.
Islamabad: Pakistan’s Finance Minister Asad Umar, who was involved in extensive discussions with the IMF to finalise a bailout package for the cash-strapped country, quit the Cabinet on Thursday after Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed his desire to shift him to the energy ministry. Umar, who recently returned from a trip to the US in which the details of Pakistan’s next International Monetary Fund bailout were finalised, said he has obtained the prime minister’s consent “to not take any cabinet position”. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US”As part of a cabinet reshuffle, prime minister desired that I take the energy minister portfolio instead of finance,” Umar said. “However, I have obtained his consent to not take any cabinet position.” Prime Minister Khan-led government and Finance Minister Umar in particular have faced mounting criticism by opposition parties, members of the business community and citizens over the handling of the economic crisis. On Monday, the Pakistani media reported that a major reshuffle was on the cards in the Finance Ministry. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsHowever, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry denied the reports of the reshuffle. “There is no truth in reports regarding changes in posts of federal ministers. The prime minister has the power to change ministers and the media should play a responsible role on this subject,” he tweeted. Cash-strapped Pakistan is seeking USD 8 billion from the IMF to bail itself out from a severe balance-of-payments crisis that threatens to cripple the country’s economy. Pakistan has so far received a total of USD 9.1 billion in financial aid packages from friendly countries like China, Saudi Arabia and the UAE during the current fiscal year. Finance Minister Umar said earlier this month that a mission of the IMF would visit Islamabad soon after the spring meetings of the World Bank Group, which includes the IMF, and an agreement should be signed by the end of this month.
Friday marks one of the most important days on the Christian calendar — Good Friday. Worshippers have been commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ at masses and gatherings around the world.Most church services on Good Friday took place between noon and 3 p.m. In many churches, the service involves a meditation based on the last words of Jesus on the cross, with hymns, prayers, and short sermons. In some countries, there are special Good Friday processions, or re-enactments of the crucifixion.Closer to home, four churches had a joint service for Good Friday. A traditional, long walk followed.The Church of the Resurrection, Holy Trinity, St. Stephen on the Mount and St. Michael’s Anglican walked 10 kilometers. Participants sang and even shared a couple of laughs during the walk.The 10k walk started and ended at St. Michael’s with stops at the other participating churches led by a cross-bearer and clergy from the parishes.All proceeds are going to support mission to seafarers.
In an effort to reduce the rate of lung cancer worldwide, the United Nations health agency is launching an international project to help countries reduce the risks of radon, a natural radioactive gas that emanates from the ground into the air and is the second leading cause of the disease after tobacco.“Radon poses an easily reducible health risk to populations all over the world, but has not up to now received widespread attention,” the coordinator of the World Health Organization (WHO) Radiation and Environmental Health Unit, Mike Repacholi, said in announcing the initiative in Geneva.“Radon is all around us. Radon in our homes is the main source of exposure to ionizing radiation, and accounts for 50 per cent of the public’s exposure to naturally-occurring sources of radiation in many countries,” he added.The International Radon Project will identify effective strategies for reducing the health impact of the colourless, odourless and tasteless gas, promote sound policy options for countries and increase awareness of the consequences of exposure, setting up a global network of radon scientists, regulators and policy makers.Radon in the air is present worldwide, its concentration depending on the highly variable uranium content of the soil. It is the second most important risk factor for lung cancer, causing between 6 and 15 per cent of all cases. Yet, there is little public awareness of radon as a threat to human health, which can be mitigated with relatively simple steps.Although average exposure varies enormously, recent studies have shown that, when exposed to a concentration of 100 Bq (Becquerels)/m3, a non-smoker’s risk of lung cancer by age 75 years increases by 1 in a 1,000 compared to non-exposed persons. Among those who smoke and are exposed to the same radon concentration, the risk of lung cancer is about 25 times greater.On a global level, tens of thousands of lung cancer deaths annually can be attributed to radon. Most of those cases occur among smokers. For the average citizen, by far the greatest exposure to radon comes in the home, where concentration levels are higher than outdoors.Exposure can be easily mitigated during construction of new homes, but existing buildings can also be protected. Most measures such as increasing under-floor ventilation and sealing cracks and gaps in the floor require simple alterations. Radon is produced from radium in the decay chain of uranium, an element found in varying amounts in all rocks and soil. It escapes easily from the ground into the air and emits heavily ionizing radiation called alpha particles. These particles are electrically charged and attach to aerosols, dust and other particles in the air we breathe. As a result, radon progeny may be deposited on the cells lining the airways where the alpha particles can damage the DNA and potentially cause lung cancer.
By Emery County Care and RehabilitationThe Emery County Care and Rehabilitation Resident of the Month for July 2019 is Jesse Freeman.Jesse Freeman was born in Mesa, AZ and grew up in Meadows, UT. He attended Millard High School in Fillmore where he was an All-State football player.He joined the Air Force and served four years in Alaska. Jesse was a core driller, cement finisher and carpenter. He worked throughout the lower 48 states.He married his wife Myra in 1990. Myra was the 1979 Miss Elko Runner-Up.Jesse has three sons. He loves motorcycles, the outdoors, fishing and hanging out with his buddy at Jackson Racing in Castle Dale. Jesse sustained injuries during a dirt bike accident, which left him paralyzed.Jesse loves spending time with his wife Myra. He enjoys his animals, which consist of six cats, one dog and five chickens, all of whom were rescued.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Emma Chambers and Dawn French in the first series of The Vicar of Dibley I was regularly humped like this by the unique & beautiful spark that was Emma Chambers. I never minded. I loved her. A lot . pic.twitter.com/imzkoyKja9— Dawn French (@Dawn_French) February 24, 2018 Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news.— Hugh Grant (@HackedOffHugh) February 24, 2018 Emma Chambers photographed during her run in Benefactors by Micheal Frayn, at the Albery Theatre in London’s West EndCredit:Andrew Crowley/Telegraph The much loved actress Emma Chambers – who starred as the Vicar of Dibley’s dippy verger – has died at the age of 53.She was best known for playing Alice Tinker in the BBC’s gentle sit-com, written by Richard Curtis, about a female vicar and her eccentric parishioners.Her agent John Grant said Ms Chambers, who also starred in the 1999 film Notting Hill with Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts, died from natural causes on Wednesday evening and would be “greatly missed”.Mr Curtis, who also wrote Notting Hill, told the Telegraph Ms Chambers was a “fine actress” and was “more than the measure of” both his leading stars Dawn French and Julia Roberts.“We’re obviously terribly sad. She really was a great, great comedy performer – and a very fine actress. And a tender, sweet, funny, unusual, loving human being,” he said.”In my work she worked opposite Dawn French and Julia Roberts – and was more than the measure of the pair of them.”I suppose I particularly remember those jokes at the end of each episode of the Vicar of Dibley. They were always done right at the end of the recording – with no time left – and were big feats of complicated remembering – and she was always completely accurate, completely innocent, completely hilarious. RIP the wonderful and talented Emma Chambers. Unique,& unspeakably funny. Too young. Thoughts with her family. X— James Dreyfus (@DreyfusJames) February 24, 2018 Jonathan Sothcott, the film producer, said: “RIP the wonderful Emma Chambers – best known for The Vicar of Dibley but also stole every scene in Notting Hill. Only 53.”Chambers was asthmatic and seriously allergic to animals – unable to touch them or anything they had come into contact with.In 2002, she told The Telegraph that her allergy could leave her needing a steroid injection or being rushed to hospital.Ms Chambers is survived by her husband, fellow actor Ian Dunn. “She has that classic and hard-to-find combination of being very very accurately funny, while also seeming to be very very truthful and real.”Fans of The Vicar of Dibley expressed their sadness at Ms Chamber’s death, describing her as an “amazingly talented and hilarious actress who lit up people’s televisions” and a “comic genius”.Dawn French, her Vicar of Dibley co-star, said: “Emma was a very bright spark and the most loyal and loving friend anyone could wish for. I will miss her very much.” “Most sitcoms have an idiot of some sort but she managed to make her idiot completely different, it was amazing.”The last time I saw her was the last episode, all of my memories are to do with the programme, her passing was so sudden.” In a post on Twitter alongside a snap of the pair lying on the sofa together, she added: “I was regularly humped like this by the unique & beautiful spark that was Emma Chambers.”I never minded. I loved her. A lot”Mr Grant added: “Emma created a wealth of characters and an immense body of work. She brought laughter and joy to many.”Her Notting Hill co-star Hugh Grant tweeted: “Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news.” “I used to love watching her going over her lines in rehearsal, she would read them to herself and try to find the perfect delivery.”Alice became completely central to the piece, it was just perfect. Jeremy Clarkson, the former Top Gear presenter, recalled Chambers being “very funny”. Before her first break in television in 1994, with the role of Charity Pecksniff in the TV serialisation of the Charles Dickens novel Martin Chuzzlewit, the Doncaster-born had spent a decade honing her craft on the stage.In 2000, she was cast as Martha Thompson in Take a Girl Like You, a made for TV drama based on the Kingsley Amis novel and a remake of the 1970 film.Curtis’s partner, the writer Emma Freud, paid tribute to Ms Chambers, writing on Twitter: “Our beautiful friend has died at the age of 53. We’re very very sad. She was a great, great comedy performer, and a truly fine actress. And a tender, sweet, funny, unusual, loving human being.” James Dreyfus, who starred alongside her in Notting Hill, wrote: “RIP the wonderful and talented Emma Chambers. Unique & unspeakably funny. Too young. Thoughts with her family. X” Chambers and French during filming in 2006Credit:BBC I’m sad about Emma Chambers. Knew her when she was a kid in Doncaster. She was very funny.— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) February 24, 2018 He wrote on Twitter: “I’m sad about Emma Chambers. Knew her when she was a kid in Doncaster.” Co-writer of the Vicar of Dibley actor Paul Mayhew-Archer, 65, hailed her “amazing” talents.”I loved working with her, she was stunning. I am devastated, she was a key part of the Vicar of Dibley,”he said.
Sam Patterson, 30, vice president of the Glasgow Institute of Architects and studied architecture at the art school for five years. It is just four years since the Charles Rennie Mackintosh building was badly damaged in another blaze. Credit:PA Construction work started on the building in 1897 after Mackintosh won a design competition while working for Glasgow architects Honeyman & Keppie. It took around 10 years to complete due to funding issues and several alterations were made by Mackintosh during the process.More than a century later, it still operates as a working building serving hundreds of students.Peter Swanton, a former Glasgow School of Art student who also witnessed the 2014 fire, said it “hurts” to see the Mackintosh in flames again.”The Glasgow School of Art was a home away from home for 4 years and still such an important part of my life. To see this from my roof hurts,” the designer wrote on Twitter.”I was standing in front of the Mac 4 years ago as it burned. I had just finished my first year of art school. I never thought I would see the same scenes being repeated.” “It’s a treasure of a building that many people hold dear. It’s one of the architectural jewels not just of Glasgow but globally it’s a very special place.” Isabel Garriga, president of the institute, said: “The Glasgow Institute of Architects woke up this morning to hear the most horrific news about one of the most beloved iconic buildings in Glasgow, a building that is a lot more than a building, an architectural masterpiece, a place we love deeply, a place where a lot of us have studied, worked and grown as architects.”The sad news that the Glasgow School of Art was ravaged once again, when it was finally recovering from the fire four years ago has shaken all of us and we would like to offer our full support to the Art School in these dark times.” 🎥WATCH: A massive fire has engulfed Glasgow School of Art. We’ll be here throughout the night with updates. pic.twitter.com/2NONj09qev— Radio Clyde News (@RadioClydeNews) June 15, 2018 “The building in which the fire started has been extensively damaged,” he said. “It has reached from the ground floor right through to the roof. It has been significantly damaged. We are focusing our attention on preventing it from spreading.” Fire ravaged the historic building, one of Scotland’s most famous structures, in May 2014 and a multi-million pound restoration project, led by Hollywood star Brad Pitt and Dr Who actor Peter Capaldi, has been returning the art school to its former glory.Alison Thewliss, the Glasgow Central MP, said: “It’s a terrible blow, especially on the 150th anniversary of Mackintosh’s birth.”Having suffered with fire in 2014 and after all the effort that went into the rebuild, this is just awful. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) said the building had been “extensively damaged”Credit:Getty The scene of the fire at the Glasgow School of Art Mackintosh BuildingCredit:PA/Douglas Barrie The Glasgow School of Art was built in the late 1890’s by Charles Rennie Mackintosh Credit:Getty Susan Aitken, the city council leader, called the fire “devastating”. She added: “It’s heartbreaking. I saw the news last night and it was just disbelief.”This is a really emotional thing, it just goes beyond shock. A lot of people feel almost as emotional about the ABC. It’s really, really upsetting.”The priority for us now, the council and our partners, is to save that building. We will convene starting on Monday a task force to start thinking about what we do next.”Witness Aidan Dick said the fire and smoke grew in intensity “in the space of a few minutes”.He tweeted: “Glasgow School of Art is on fire again. Heartbreaking. My thoughts go to all students and staff, and I hope no one was caught in the blaze.” ‘A building of world importance’Scotland’s First Minister said her “heart breaks” over the damage to the city’s beloved building, adding: “Once again, we are indebted to the bravery of our firefighters and other emergency services.“The fire, as I think everybody can see from the pictures last night, has been devastating.” She said it was “much, much worse” than the 2014 fire and added “the damage is severe and extensive”.Ms Sturgeon said it was too early to say whether the remainder of the building can be saved. But the First Minister emphasised the most important thing was there had been no loss of life and praised the speed of response and skill of the fire service. The institution is one of Europe’s leading art schools, while the listed Mackintosh-designed building is a tourist attraction in its own right. Can’t believe what’s happening to the art school. Terrible.— alex kapranos (@alkapranos) June 15, 2018 Around 50 firefighters are continuing to work to extinguish the fire affecting the art school and adjoining buildings, with a total of nine fire engines still at the scene.“This remains a protracted incident and our efforts very much continue at this stage to extinguish the fire and ensure the community is protected,” said SFRS Area Manager David Young, the officer in charge of the incident. He refused to comment on whether the building had a sprinkler system and could not say where it started. it looks like the whole building has been consumed. Even the side they have been refurbishing. Dougie said the building has been empty during renovations so I doubt anyone was in there.— Fran Healy (@franhealy) June 16, 2018 Police said a number of roads around the building were closed, including part of Sauchiehall Street from Charing Cross to Rose Street, while Renfrew Street from Garnet Street to Cambridge Street has also been shut. The public have been urged to stay away from the area.Shock at ‘terrible’ blazeConnor Neil said people had been evacuated from their homes and there was a “big orange light” which could be seen from streets away. Firefighters continue to battle the blaze at the Glasgow School of ArtCredit:Getty Neil Baxter, an architectural historian, said it was a ‘tragedy’ as it was ‘by far’ Glasgow’s most important building and it has previously been voted the UK’s most architecturally significant building.He said: “It is a building of world importance. It influenced the evolution of 20th century architecture across the globe and its loss, and that seems to be what we’re looking at, is just a tragedy for all of Glasgow.” Fran Healy, singer for the band Travis, said it was “so so sad” to see the building on fire again. First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon at the scene of the fire Credit:PA David Mundell, the Scottish Secretary, said the Government “stands ready to help” the Glasgow School of Art “financially or otherwise”. One eyewitness described a “big orange light” which could be seen from streets awayCredit:Getty Firefighters battle a blaze at the Mackintosh Building at the Glasgow School of Art Credit:Getty Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard said the TV images of the fire were “difficult to watch”. A 2016 photo of the inside of the fire-damaged Mackintosh building after the 2014 blazeCredit:PA Work was due to be completed in February 2019. Glasgow School of Art is on fire again #Glasgowschoolofart #gsafire @BBCScotlandNews pic.twitter.com/IKalsFICIR— Banpo & Monkey (@Banpo_Monkey) June 15, 2018 The 22-year-old chef from Glasgow said: “We’ve got just to the top of Renfrew Street and police closed off the road.”You can just see a big orange light coming from the school and people are being evacuated from their homes.”Bob, a product design tutor and former student and tour guide at the school, said: ‘It just seems like such a shame that a lot of people won’t get the inspiration and joy that he (Mackintosh) intended from the building.“Now nobody else can experience that. I’ve got a daughter I wanted to take along. I feel it’s a shame for the future students who are coming here that they won’t get the delight of that building.“I was stood here in the rain four years ago. For it to happen four years later is a body blow. It seems incomprehensible. “It looked like it had been bombed when I saw he pictures. I feel like I’m paying my respects.”Ling, a 21-year-old imperial design student from Singapore, said: “It’s only my second week there and it’s a beautiful building. It makes me very sad.”Alex Kapranos, singer of Franz Ferdinand, was among those on social media reacting to the “terrible” blaze. “We were out earlier on and at 12am we came out it just looked like (it was) fireworks and now it’s just white smoke.”The Mac building is a piece of Glasgow history, it’s not art school history, it’s Glasgow.”Local resident John McInnes, 22, said: “I can’t believe that this has happened again to such an iconic building. It’s unbelievable. Questions need to be asked, they spent so much on renovation, but this seems so much worse than the last one.” Gaia Thetmanis, 21, a painting and print student about to start her third year, said she studied in a different building but it had been her goal to work from the Mackintosh building after its restoration.She said she had been ‘shocked’ by the fire, adding: “It was a symbol. I didn’t manage to study in the GSA when it was still in use so for us it was a goal to finally get in there.“Obviously that’s not happening. We thought it was a joke at first. We couldn’t believe it was happening all over again. I still can’t believe it, it’s so weird.”Restoration projectThe Glasgow School of Art had gone to extreme lengths to restore the Mackintosh building after the 2014 fire. There must be “a comprehensive national effort to ensure every possible option to salvage and restore what is one of the finest edifices in the history of world architecture is pursued in the wake of this latest setback,” he said.”I’ll be doing everything I can to promote that in Parliament.” Stuart Robertson, director of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society, said the fire was a ‘massive body blow’. He said he was ‘heartbroken’ and it was deja vu from four years ago.”This is a world class building,” he said. “With all the restoration work going on it’s just horrendous. I can’t really believe it.”I’ve only seen glimpses and what the firemen are saying, reading between the lines, it looks bad. The last time they stopped it going into the east wing.”This time it looks as though it’s gone from the east wing all the way through. I was hoping I was going to waken up this morning that I’d been dreaming last night…it’s terrible.” Watching as firefighters hosed the building, he said there was a sense of “disbelief”.Mr Patterson, who graduated in 2012, said: “One of the first architecture books I bought as a first year student about to move to Glasgow was 100 buildings of the 20th century and page one was Glasgow School of Art.”It’s a shocker, especially in Mackintosh’s 150th anniversary and so close to being completed.”It’s difficult really to say much until there’s an evaluation or report on the building but certainly the spread of the fire is far greater than previous years and from what I can see walking around this morning it’s going to be a far more challenging project to redo.” Artifacts that had been recovered by archeologists from the library at the Glasgow School of Art in GlasgowCredit:PA “These are iconic buildings in Scotland’s biggest city, and buildings I have often visited,” he said.“On behalf of the Labour Party, I would like to extend my thanks to the emergency services who reacted with such professionalism on Friday night and worked tirelessly through the night to save these buildings.“Hard questions will be asked as to why and how the Mackintosh building has now suffered two serious fires within four years, in the meantime we can be relived that there appears to have been no serious casualties.”Fire ‘much more extensive’ than 2014Shadow Scottish minister Paul Sweeney, Labour and Co-operative MP for Glasgow North East, said he was “devastated” a fire had consumed the building again, calling it the “most architecturally important building” in the city.”Oh dear, the 1909 library extension, that was the origin of the 2014 blaze is now fully alight too. It looks like the entire interior space is now fully alight,” he said. “The best we can probably hope for is structural facade retention and a complete rebuild of the interior. Devastating.”He added: “The 2014 fire destroyed around 20% of the western wing of the building – a later extension completed in 1909, containing the spectacular library – with a further 30% smoke damaged. This fire appears to be much more extensive and affects the 1899 eastern wing of the building.” Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Building has been severely damaged in a huge fire Credit:PA / Police Scotland The fire at the Mackintosh Building rapidly spread to “several properties including the O2 ABC nightclub causing extensive damage,” the SFRS said. There were no casualties, they added.The club is one of the city’s major venues, with the Foo Fighters scheduled to perform on Saturday night. Hollywood star Brad Pitt and Dr Who actor Peter Capaldi were made trustees of The Mackintosh Appeal to support the rebuild.Pitt is a fan of building designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Capaldi is a former art school student. She argued it would not be helpful for her to speculate about the cause and said the Scottish Government would help in any way possible. “It’s devastating. Looking at it, it is a building that’s just a shell.” After the blaze significantly damaged the west wing, including the loss of the celebrated Mackintosh Library, the first stage of the restoration was to fit a temporary roof over the site.A full-scale model of part of the library was later built to test if the original materials and techniques from Mackintosh’s 19th century design could be used in its reconstruction.The specifications for the model bay were developed with “meticulous research” into every aspect of the original design and construction of the library. To rebuild the wooden library, the restoration team sourced wood from the US which was the same age as that used in Mackintosh’s 19th century design.The first phase saw outer work with damaged stonework repaired and the roof replaced before the delicate process of restoring the west wing and upgrading the east wing interiors began last year. Rachael Docherty, a former graduate of the art school, said it was “terrible”.”This is a lot worse than the last one,” the 29-year-old told the Press Association. The school described itself as “custodians of an iconic piece of world architectural heritage” with a responsibility to restore it for students and staff. Firefighters continued fighting the Mackintosh Building fire through to the morningCredit:Getty More than 120 firefighters battled the “significant” fire throughout the night after being called at 11.19pm.Deputy Chief Officer Iain Bushell said: “This is an extremely challenging and complex incident, but the response and professionalism of our firefighters has been exceptional.”This will be a prolonged incident and crews will remain on the scene as they work to prevent further fire spread and damage.”Graduation ceremonies had taken place earlier on Friday, while the May 2014 blaze came in the run-up to students’ degree show. Social media users have spoken of their sadness at the fire at the Mackintosh Building at the Glasgow School of ArtCredit:Getty He added: “The fact that Mackintosh’s masterpiece, the most substantial building he created, seems now to be destroyed or substantially destroyed, in irony upon irony the 150th anniversary of his birth, this is just beyond belief. It seems unreal.” Professor Alan Dunlop, a renowned architect who trained at the Glasgow School of Art, said: “I am devastated by what has happened.“The even more horrible thing about what’s happened now is the building does look as though from the inside it’s been totally gutted.“All that seems to remain is the stone walls. The deeply sad thing about it was yesterday was graduation day so they (the students) celebrated and were very happy and then to wake up the next morning, they will be very sad indeed about it.”Asked if the school will be rebuilt, he said: “I’m sure there will be the will to reinstate it. “But then there’s the debate to be had whether if we reinstate it, rebuild it will it be an original Mackintosh building or will it be a copy of a Mackintosh building?”He said there may be an upside if the contents of the Mackintosh library were being held in storage elsewhere while the restoration from the 2014 fire was completed. A huge fire has caused “extensive” damage at Glasgow’s famed Mackintosh Building and hit multimillion-pound restoration work carried out in the aftermath of a previous blaze in 2014.Scores of firefighters tackled a “significant” blaze that consumed the Glasgow School of Art building overnight and spread to nearby buildings, including one of the city’s leading nightclubs.Flames and smoke billowed from the roof of the renowned art school throughout the night and into Saturday morning, the second time in four years that a serious blaze has hit the building.The fire has now “largely been contained” however a few pockets of fire remain which crews are currently working to extinguish.Speaking at the scene, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the fire and the damage done to the much-loved building, described as a global “architectural jewel”, was “heartbreaking”. The “extensive” fire has affected all floors of the historic building, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) Deputy Assistant Peter Heath said. Mr Heath confirmed early indications were that “up to 50 per cent of the building was involved directly in the fire”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
A Case Western Reserve University proposal for a low-cost, energy-efficient method to extract titanium from ore has been selected by the US Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy for contract negotiations. This one-year project will be funded by ARPA-E at about $675,000 through the program on Modern Electro/Thermo-chemical Advances in Light-metal Systems. The Case Western Reserve team proposes to use electrowinning to directly extract titanium from molten titanium salts. A specialised electrochemical reactor will be designed and built at Case Western Reserve to facilitate a stable EW process to produce the metal.With a high strength-to-weight ratio and unparalleled chemical stability, titanium is critically important for applications in aerospace, transportation and defense. However, the current process used to refine titanium from ore is extremely energy-intensive, making titanium expensive, thus limiting its widespread use.“Our project, if successful, will lower the cost of titanium by up to 60%,” said Rohan Akolkar, Associate Professor of chemical engineering and the principal investigator on the project.Akolkar’s team, which also includes Uziel Landau, Professor and Chair of Chemical Engineering, and Mark De Guire, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, will work toward demonstrating the feasibility of their idea in the next year.“Much of the cost associated with extracting titanium via conventional non-electrolytic routes lies in processing the sacrificial reducing agent, which is typically magnesium. In our direct electrolytic process, magnesium is not required,” Akolkar said. “This reduces cost, reduces energy consumption and simplifies the overall process.”
At the end of a daylong search along the Salmon Creek Greenway, search and rescuers on Saturday afternoon found the body of a missing man.The body of Craig Spydell, 43, was found in an isolated area about a mile from the Salmon Creek Greenway trail head in the 13800 block of Northwest 36th Avenue. That’s where his Jeep Liberty was last seen Sept. 12.Rescuers combing miles of the greenway found his body at 4:20 p.m., said Clark County Sheriff’s Sgt. Kevin Allais.Allais said there were no signs of foul play. Spydell’s body was being transported to the Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office for examination.“It appears to be self-inflicted,” Allais said Saturday evening.More than two dozen people, K-9 units and six search and rescue teams, including Clark County Search and Rescue, were hunting for Spydell since 9 a.m. Saturday.He vanished nearly two weeks ago, and family members feared that he had harmed himself. Laid off from his job as a stock broker, Spydell has been unemployed for more than two years, living in the Salmon Creek area with a girlfriend.
McDonald’s Restaurants has promoted Neal Blackshire to director, non-executive compensation.Blackshire’s new role, which has a focus on compensation, will see him join the food organisation’s global rewards and mobility team, reporting to the corporate vice president for reward.Blackshire previously held the role of reward manager at McDonald’s Restaurants.
Private equity firm Apollo Global Management LLC is nearing a deal to acquire Fresh Market Inc, a U.S. specialty grocery retailer, for more than $1.3 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.The deal would underscore Apollo’s confidence that it can turn around companies in the highly competitive U.S. grocery sector. The New York-based buyout firm’s past investments include Sprouts Farmers Market and Smart & Final Stores Inc.Apollo has prevailed in an auction for Fresh Market with a cash offer of $28.50 per share, and is now finalizing the terms of the deal, one of the people said.An agreement could be announced as early as Monday, the people added, cautioning it had not yet been finalized and that it was still possible for the deal to be amended or fall apart at the last minute.Apollo declined to comment, while Fresh Market representatives did not immediately respond to requests for comment.Fresh Market said in October it had retained investment bank JP Morgan Chase & Co to assist in a review of strategic options, including the potential sale of the company. Fresh Market’s shares ended trading in New York on Friday at $22.98.Reuters had earlier reported, citing sources, that the Greensboro, North Carolina-based company’s founder and board chairman Ray Berry was considering taking the company private.Berry’s son-in-law, Michael Barry, who previously served as Fresh Market’s chief financial officer, was also considering rolling his 6.4 percent stake in the deal, the sources said at the time.Fresh Market has 183 stores, which it operates across 27 states. Its predominately southeastern locations include North Carolina, Florida and Georgia. Its Mid-Atlantic and Midwest locations include Connecticut, New York, Kansas, Illinois and Oklahoma.Last year, Fresh Market hired Rick Anicetti as chief executive to help battle low margins and declining same-store sales. He had previously served for eight years as President and CEO of Food Lion LLC’s grocery stores.
Shares of Bharat Financial Inclusion (formerly SKS Microfinance) continue to rise on stock exchanges amid rumours that the microfinance lender could merge with IndusInd Bank. BSE shares list at Rs 1,085, 35% premium over issue price, on NSEJust after the demonetisation on November 8 last year, shares of Bharat Financial nosedived sharply, from around Rs 950 levels to sub-Rs 600 levels, over fears that the company would find it difficult to get loans paid back easily in the wake of the note ban. However, since January, the stock has been rising steadily. On Friday, its shares were trading up 1.7 percent at Rs 838, up more than 50 percent from their December lows, even though benchmark indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty were marginally in the red. On Thursday, the BSE sought a clarification from Bharat Financial with reference to the news in a business daily reporting a possible merger of Bharat Financial with IndusInd Bank. According to the Economic Times report, “Indusind Bank is probably one step closer to merging Bharat Financial with itself. Deal likely to be via a share swap between the two entities.”In response to the BSE letter, the microfinance lender said: “We would like to clarify that the aforesaid news item is merely market speculation. The company explores various options from time to time and will make an announcement in accordance with the relevant regulations as and when a transaction, if any, is approved by the Board.” IndusInd Bank’s microfinance book (MFI) currently stands at about Rs 3,000 crore, which is nearly 2.5-3 percent of its existing loan book. The bank is eyeing to take its microfinance portfolio to Rs 10,000 crore over next 3 years. Merging Bharat Financial with itself would enable the bank to meet priority sector lending norms much easily and also access a wide distribution network of Bharat Financial in rural India, according to the ET report. While disclosing its September to December quarter earnings, the management of IndusInd Bank had said: “MFI remains very close to hearts, we like the business, we understand the business, we have created a business model which we think is superior, is based on partnerships and business correspondences. So we remain steadfast and we will stay where we are on the microfinance.””Reaching the target via a merger with Bharat Financial will make it reach the goal faster,” the ET report noted. For Bharat Financial, in which promoter holding is just at 1.66 percent and rest of 98.3 percent is widely held by the public, merger with a bank would mean access to low-cost deposits. In the past, the lender has also pursued a bank license. At the same time, any merger for Bharat Financial will also be a matter of wider shareholder agreement. Shares of IndusInd Bank traded about 1.3 percent higher at Rs 1,300 at around 9:50 am on the BSE.
Explore further 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. In the world of paleoecology, little has been known about the historical record of ecosystems in the West African highlands, especially with regard to glacial cycles amidst a shifting climate and their effects on species diversity. It has long been a subject of debate whether stability or instability of tropical forests is responsible for the high levels of species richness found there. Regarding the glacial intervals, the researchers note that Afro-alpine grasslands dominated for a short period at MIS 5 (~82 ka ago), and for a long period between MIS 4 to MIS 2 from 72 to 15.5 ka ago. They found lowland steppes and desert biomes predominating during the glacial maxima, with a pronounced effect at MIS 2 with “the near-absence of forest elements.” The data at MIS 2 represented the driest episode within the 90 ka core record.Unlike the case in East Africa, there is no record indicating the presence of actual glacier formations in the equatorial West African highlands. In East Africa, glaciers pushed the upper treeline lower. Pollen data do suggest that Afromontane trees in the highlands were in fact more widely distributed at lower altitudes than they are today. As an example of this, they cite the Afromontane tree Olea capensis, which has been able to successfully migrate to lower altitudes during the last glacial maximum only to return to higher altitudes during warmer periods. The record of one species cannot be considered exemplary of the Afromontane biome as a whole, however.In order to understand the dynamics of the Afromontane forest with regard to expansion/contraction and migration over time, the researchers sought to define its upper and lower limits. The upper limit is hence defined as the proportion of Afro-alpine grasslands in relation to Afromontane forests, whereas the lower limit is defined as the ratio of lower-level montane forest to tropical seasonal forest. Interestingly, the supposedly stable Afromontane forests proved to be anything but. As Anne-Marie Lezine and her fellow researchers state “The most remarkable result of our study is the ecological instability of the Afromontane forest belts compared with the relative stability of lowland tropical seasonal forest over the past 90 ka.” The Afromontane forest at its upper limit proved to be most vulnerable to a changing climate, whereas its lower limit was defined by relatively stable equatorial forests. These findings cast doubt on the widely held view that such tropical lowland forests were indeed unstable and in flux, and only survived amidst pockets of refugia.Unlike the case of Afromontane forests in East Africa, where long term ecological stability over the past 40 ka is thought to have contributed to its currently high level of biodiversity, vegetation diversity levels in the highlands of Cameroon have proven to be highly variable over time, an observation in line with the instability of Afromontane forests shown here. While minimum levels of diversity tracked the lowest position of the upper Afromontane treeline between 35 and 26 ka, higher than present levels of pollen richness occurred during forest expansion phases.”The increase in diversity estimates started well before the LGM [Last Glacial Maximum] and accelerated from 20 ka ago onward. The highest diversity was then reached during the Younger Dryas dry event (~12.9 to 11.7 ka ago) (25), during a phase of major ecological disturbance and not during the following early Holocene phase of forest stability at 10 to 9 ka ago.” All of this has led the study authors to conclude “that Afromontane forests of Cameroon are neither ‘glacial’ nor ‘contemporary’ refugia. Glacial climates did not lead to forest disappearance but had a major impact on the upper treeline, which shifted dramatically, revealing the sensitivity of the upper montane biomes to climate change.” One theory holds that stable and species-rich “refugia,” or enclaves, of tropical forest survived periods of climatic instability within larger areas of grassland-dominated landscape. Pollen data to support this theory are ambiguous however, as they come mainly from marine core samples that represent a large region of vegetation zones and do not resolve well to a local level. Continental records and genetic data are similarly inconclusive with regard to stability or instability of this ecosystem. Equatorial mountains, on the other hand, are believed to have been stable moist habitat throughout many glacial episodes, acting as “glacial refugia” to support richly biodiverse montane forests up to the present day. An alternative theory holds that these forests only recently stabilized and became refugia during the Holocene epoch beginning around 20 ka (20,000 years ago). To better understand the ecological history of Afromontane forests, an international team of researchers examined pollen data from two core samples recovered from Lake Bambili, a system of two high-altitude volcanic crater basins in Cameroon. Lake Bambili, at 2273 meters (~ 7500 feet) above sea level, lies within an Afromontane forest belt which is bounded at its upper limits by an Afro-alpine grassland, and at its lower limits by submontane forests and savannas, which in turn form the transition to tropical rain forests.The first core sample, B1, retrieved from the upper basin of Lake Bambili, provided a continuous pollen sequence dating back to the beginning of the Holocene. The second core, B2, which lacked tephra horizons—layers of volcanic ash—to more accurately confirm its radiocarbon chronology, was correlated with adjacent marine records recovered offshore from Cameroon. This core sequence provided a continuous pollen record dating back 88.9 ka to the Last Interglacial period, and in particular provided a picture of three distinct forest phases separated by phases where grasslands predominated during glacial periods. The researchers characterize the contraction and expansion of Afromontane forests amidst the temperature backgrounds of Marine Isotope Stages (MIS). Each of the three forest phases was quite distinct in terms of biome composition. The first phase, during MIS 5—from 82.6 ka to 72 ka ago—is characterized by lower-level montane forest and upper-level Afromontane forest. The second forest development phase, a more moderate phase during MIS 3, from 53 to 38 ka, also included lower-level montane forest and upper-level Afromontane forest, but with lower proportions of woody taxa and a more narrow altitudinal range. The third phase, occurring from 10 to 3.3 ka ago, contained lower-level montane forest as well as tropical seasonal forest. More information: Anne-Marie Lézine et al. A 90,000-year record of Afromontane forest responses to climate change. Science. 11 Jan 2019: Vol. 363, Issue 6423, pp. 177-181. DOI: 10.1126/science.aav6821 © 2019 Science X Network Olea capensis macrocarpa. Credit: Abu Shawka Journal information: Science Loss of forest intactness increases extinction risk in birds Citation: Afromontane forests and climate change (2019, January 17) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2019-01-afromontane-forests-climate.html
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Go back to the e-newsletterJumeirah Group’s first hotel in the Kingdom of Bahrain opens this week. Jumeirah Royal Saray offers a new wave of understated luxury on a private beach in the northern coastal Seef district. Architecturally inspired by traditional Bahraini summerhouses, the hotel features unique rooms, royal residences, poolside cabanas and an upscale restaurant featuring a gin bar.The Palm Lounge overlooks the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf, serving top-end coffee by Colombian baristas and French Patisserie. The Al Hadiqa pool cabanas offer guests freshly blended cocktails shaded by the olive trees that adorn the pool.PLAY Restaurant & Lounge™, a Dubai concept by acclaimed chef Reif Othman is an exciting addition to the hotel.Indoor and outdoor meeting spaces accommodate more than 400 people and Talise, Jumeirah’s own brand, will eventually offer a wide range of signature treatments from a destination spa, sitting in its own wing.General manager, Nordine El Yafi, commented: “Jumeirah Royal Saray is an important opening for us as it’s our first in Bahrain and first in 2018. The hotel will become a key reason for international visitors to discover Bahrain, an ideal destination for a weekend escape for visitors from across the GCC, and a gastronomic hotspot in the city. We are confident that this landmark, understated luxury hotel will have great appeal to the growing number of tourists visiting Bahrain every year and become a particular favorite of Bahrain residents.”The design of the guest rooms pays homage to the Bahraini pearl diving industry with the colours of nacres – mother of pearl, silvers, and shimmering ocean blue tones. Across the resort, patterns from traditional and royal houses including ‘The House of Sheikh Isa bin Ali Al Khalifa’ feature heavily in furniture, glass and ornate details. In addition to Bahraini heritage, the design brings together curated materials from all over the world, including hand-blown glass chandeliers in every bathroom from the Czech Republic; five different types of Italian marble; and gold and silver foiled walls by master French artisans.The hotel is just a short drive to tourist landmarks including the UNESCO World Heritage site of Qal’at Al Bahrain – Ancient Harbour and Capital of Dilmun which dates back 4000 years – as well as Adliya, Bahrain’s buzzing art, food and nightlife district, and Muharraq Island with its narrow, winding alleyways and traditional and royal houses.Go back to the e-newsletter
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