APTN National NewsSaskatchewan’s education minister, Donna Harpauer, is joining several First Nations leaders in the province in saying that the new money promised for First Nations education money is not enough.“We need to ensure and keep the pressure on the federal government,” says Harpauer. “We have an economy that’s growing and we need our First Nations students to graduate and to engage in our economy.”APTN National News reporter Delaney Windigo has the story.
SAN FRANCISCO — Some of Samsung’s new $2,000 folding phones appear to be breaking after just a couple of days.Journalists who received the phones to review before the public launch say the Galaxy Fold screen started flickering and turning black before completely fizzling out. A couple of journalists say they removed a thin, protective layer from the screens that they thought was supposed to come off, but was meant to stay.But Dieter Bohn, executive editor of technology news site The Verge, says he left that layer on and his screen still broke.The long-anticipated folding phone goes on sale April 26 in the U.S. for $1,980, making it one of the most expensive phones anywhere — particularly if it isn’t as durable as promised.Samsung did not immediately comment.The Associated Press
Indian Defence Secretary Shri Shashikant Sharma and his Sri Lankan counterpart Gotabhaya Rajapaksa also called on the Defence Minister Shri A.K. Antony in South Block. “Regional security situation including issues of maritime security in the Indian Ocean region dominated the inaugural Annual Defence Dialogue,” the High Commission said. India and Sri Lanka have had talks on maritime security when officials from both countries met at the inaugural defence dialogue in New Delhi yesterday, the Indian High Commission in Colombo said today.Indian Defence Secretary Shri Shashikant Sharma and the Sri Lankan Defence Secretary Mr. Gotabhaya Rajapaksa co-chaired the meeting along with their delegations, comprising the officers of the Defence Ministries and the Armed Forces of the respective countries. Various issues relating to bilateral defence interactions came up for discussion at the meeting. Gotabhaya Rajapaksa also met the National Security Advisor Shri Shiv Shankar Menon and Foreign Secretary Shri Ranjan Mathai, the High Commission added.
It is a wonder she wasn’t in worse shapeTamara Cooper A seal pup usually found in the Arctic Circle has been recorded in the English Channel for the first time after straying 3,000 miles off course.The young mammal was at first mistaken for a native common seal when it was rescued from mudflats near Plymouth, Devon. It was malnourished and had wounds on its tail, flippers and jaw.But a closer examination has confirmed it to be a female ringed seal which live in the icy waters of the Arctic and spend their days negotiating ice floes, pack ice and polar bears. They rarely venture south of Norway.The creature, nicknamed Muddy, is one of only 12 ringed seals ever recorded in the UK over the last 200 years, with the majority of these being found in Scottish waters. The previous most southerly record was in 1828 when one was recovered in the Severn Estuary near Bristol.Staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek were stunned when they identified Muddy as a ringed seal with the help of experts at the Polar Institute in Tromso, Norway.The pup is only nine months old and was incredibly lucky to survive the journey south through busy shipping lanes and warmer waters.She is now recovering at the sanctuary where staff are still deciding what to do with her. They generally live in the Arctic Ocean, where the sea temperature is about -2C – and are the primary prey of polar bears while their own diet includes polar cod and herring.They generally grow to 4.5ft long and can live to about 30 years.They are rarely found in open sea but have been known to travel south through the North Atlantic as far as Greenland and Scandinavia.Muddy has been placed in the sanctuary’s grey seal rehabilitation pool, which she has to herself. Animal care team leader Tamara Cooper said: “She must have swum through some very busy shipping lanes to get to where she was, and it’s a wonder she wasn’t in worse shape.”Muddy has responded well to treatment and we are hopeful that she will make a full recovery.”Her long-term future remains to be decided. A return to the Arctic may not be the answer, as other seals sent back there after washing up on European shores have just come straight back south again.”A spokesman for the sanctuary confirmed it was the first ringed seal it had dealt with and added to the Telegraph: “Unfortunately we are at a loss and our vets are at a loss on how she’s managed to travel so far down.”She doesn’t seem to have any particular thing driving her here. Even where she was found, it was a busy harbour. Certainly the water down south will be a lot of warmer.”The ringed seal, phoca hispida in Latin, gets its name from the pattern of rings on its coat. 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 special constable and his Hungarian wife have gone on trial accused of flying in women from Eastern Europe to work as prostitutes at the Chelsea Cloisters apartment block in west London.Karl Ring, 34, and Ivett Szuda, 32, are accused of using the money they made from their stable of sex workers to fund a luxury lifestyle involving designer clothes, gold jewellery and five star holidays.Ms Szuda, a mother of two, acted as the point of contact for Hungarian women who answered online adverts offering prostitution work.She and Ring paid more than £100,000 in rent for apartments in London, including one in the Chelsea Cloisters building on Sloane Avenue, which is owned by the property tycoon and Tory Party donor Christopher Moran.Referring to revelations over the weekend alleging that the building was a haven for prostitution, Judge Robin Johnson warned the jury to focus on the evidence before them.He told the jury: “I am told there has been some media coverage over the weekend as to Chelsea Cloisters. The story focused on a man who was a donor to a major party.”You should ignore it so far as your decision making is concerned. You should make your decision making on what you hear in the court.” The couple were accused of running a website called Kensington Angels advertising more than 100 prostitutes. “They were basically hotel apartments. There was another girl when I arrived and she was doing sex work and there was another one who was just doing massage only. Everyone had their own rooms.”But she said business was so bad for her that she went back to Hungary after six days.Mr McLoughlin told Isleworth Crown Court: “The women, by and large, have come voluntarily. However willing a particular individual concerned may have been, the moving of anyone into the UK, if it’s found that you are going to control them in prostitution, is an offence.”Mr Ring was employed by the Metropolitan Police as a special constable from 2013 to 2015, but there was no record of Ms Szuda working in the UK or claiming benefits.Mr McLoughlin said 11 women are named on the indictment as having been controlled by Ms Szuda and Mr Ring for the purposes of prostitution.But he claimed many more unknown women had worked for them between 2011 and this year when they were arrested at their home in Hanwell, west London.Mr Ring and Ms Szuda both deny 12 counts of controlling prostitution for gain, four counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation and one count of possessing criminal property. 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. Ms Szuda alone denies three counts of arranging or facilitating travel with the view to exploitation.The trial continues. The prostitutes rented apartments in the Chelsea Cloisters building in west London The women were told they could make up to £300 a day but had to split half their earnings with the couple.Ian McLoughlin, prosecuting, said Ms Szuda was also known as Eva by the girls.He said one of the girls had worked as a nanny for the couple, but had become a sex worker after her family in Hungary got into financial difficulties.Another sex worker told the court how she worked for the couple at Chelsea Cloisters.She explained that she had worked as a prostitute in Hungary and Austria before moving to London in September 2016.The woman explained that she had answered an advert on a website and had met Ms Szuda outside Chelsea Cloisters.“She showed me around the flat and she offered me two rooms. The smaller room was £60 per day and the bigger one for £80 per day.”She explained that Szuda gave her a key to the flat at Chelsea Cloisters, which operated like a hotel.“The hotel had a reception and it worked like a hotel system but the rooms had kitchens and bathrooms,” she said.
Drawing with wax crayons is one of the priceless delights of childhood, but every child has experienced the dissatisfaction of finding one cherished color wear down into a nub while a palette less beloved colors smirk unused from the box. These unused crayons taunt: why should you have to buy a whole new box of crayons just to replace the black Crayola you wore away drawing a black bear in a black forest on a lunar eclipsed midnight?Well, now you can do something pretty cool not only with the nubs of those favorite colors, but also with those smug unused crayons sitting wasted in the box. Crayola has just pumped a new Crayola Crayon Maker factory into toys stores across the country, and we’ve got to say, we think it’s pretty neat: it’s the Easy Bake oven of crayon making.The idea here is that you stick a few crayons into a machine, melt them down with a single 60 watt bulb and then combine them into one crayon. Crayola doesn’t expect kids to stick to one color: they’re actually encouraging kids to combine colors, which should lead to some unpredictable, pan-chromatic crayons that scrawl chartreuse one minute, crimson the next.It’s honestly pretty neat, and makes me wish I still had my big plastic box full of crayons so I could pursue the melting fun one lazy Sunday. For the Crayola Crayon Maker to work, you’ll need a wall outlet and a colorless 60-watt candelabra bulb, but otherwise, it’s a simple little kit, and commands a simple price… just $21.93.Read more at Crayola
The Windows 8.1 upgrade is going to be free, but you might have to do a little work for it. Those who decide to take the Windows 8.1 preview for a spin later this month, for example, will wind up reinstalling all their apps.Yes, that’s kind of a pain. But Microsoft is generally pretty clear about saying that its preview builds aren’t intended for users’ primary PCs. They’re a better fit for spare iron that’s laying around or a shared family PC that’s mainly used for surfing the web, emailing, and a bit of casual gaming.It’s a preview build, after all. If you install it, it’s because you want to get an early look at the changes that will arrive later this year when Windows 8.1 is officially released. You’ve got to be willing to take the bad with the good, and the bad here is the application reinstalls.For Windows RT users, this shouldn’t cause too many headaches. All WinRT apps come from the Windows Store, so they are tied to your personal account. When you’re done installing the Windows 8.1 preview, you’ll be able to log in to that account and fire up the Store app to re-download your missing apps in one fell swoop.Desktop apps are another story. You’re on your own there, Windows 8.1 testers. If you want to see what the updated OS looks like, you may be better off installing it in Microsoft VirtualPC, VirtualBox, or VMware.Then again, it’s also a chance for a clean slate. If you’re unhappy with Windows 8 so far but are willing to give Windows 8.1 a chance for redemption, then go ahead and install it on your main rig. Your broadband connection is probably fast enough that it can pull your Steam game collection back down within an hour or two anyway, right?
Image: Google maps Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article A woman in her 60s has been killed in a car crash in Mayo The woman was taken to Mayo University Hospital and was pronounced dead a short time later. Thursday 14 Jun 2018, 12:30 PM 17,511 Views Jun 14th 2018, 12:30 PM Share50 Tweet Email The incident took place on the Westport road. Image: Google maps 3 Comments http://jrnl.ie/4070613 Short URL GARDAÍ ARE INVESTIGATING a fatal car crash that took place outside Castlebar, Co Mayo, this morning.The two car collision took place at 8.30am on the Westport road (N5) on the outskirts of the town.One of the drivers, a woman in her mid 60s, was rushed to Mayo University Hospital but was pronounced dead a short time later.The second driver, a man in his mid 30s, was also taken to the hospital with minor injuries.Garda Forensic Collision Investigators are currently at scene of the crash. The road has been closed and local diversions are in place.Gardaí are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the collision or has information to contact Castlebar Garda Station on 094 – 9038200, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station. The incident took place on the Westport road. By Ceimin Burke
The Washington State Redistricting Commission, which is charged with redrawing both congressional and legislative district boundaries this year to reflect 2010 Census figures, will hold an informational meeting and a public hearing next Thursday in Vancouver.The session will be at the Hilton Vancouver Washington, with a presentation by the commission at 6 p.m. Members of the public are invited to offer their views from 7 to 9 p.m.“We really want to hear what the communities feel are their important characteristics,” said commission spokeswoman Cathy Cochrane. “We want to know how we can draw the lines so that one person has one vote and everybody feels their voice is being heard in government.”The five-member bipartisan commission has set a November deadline for producing maps showing new boundaries for the state’s 49 legislative districts and 10 congressional districts.Washington will gain a 10th seat in the U.S. House of Representatives next year as a result of the latest Census, which revealed that the state’s population had increased by nearly 1 million, to 6.7 million, since the 2000 Census.
Tags Cryptocurrency cringingMy next trouble was with cryptocurrency. Mostly out of curiosity to see how it all worked, I’d bought some bitcoin through Coinbase and tried another service called Heleum that seeks to make money by shuffling your investments among different cryptocurrencies at an exchange called Uphold.Trading such assets forced me to combine that ages-old accounting problem — calculating the cost basis of an investment — with the brave new world of virtual currency. I quickly threw up my hands and paid startup TaxBit $50 to extract the transaction data. Happily, the service works with both Uphold and Coinbase, though if I’d had more than 200 transactions I’d have had to pay for a pricier tier.Again, TurboTax quailed at the prospect of a lot of transactions, so I had to figure out how to enter the summary data drawn from the nicely generated but useless form 8949 that TaxBit created. Why is this my problem?I made it back from the dangerous waters of cryptocurrency and peer-to-peer lending, but I’ll have to make the same journey again next year. Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET Cryptocurrency accounting no doubt will settle down. But the punishment I endured for just dipping my toes into the waters worries me. We’re very far away from a frictionless new financial technology revolutionizing commerce by doing away with low-value middlemen.Solar panel perplexityTurboTax was invaluable on several occasions. I couldn’t have made my journey without tax software, and it handled mainstream situations, like the country’s new and differently complicated tax law, with aplomb.TurboTax also was still useful with old-school complications like the IRS’ form 1116. That cuts you some slack if you owned a mutual fund that paid taxes in foreign countries — if you can dive deeply enough into your brokerage data. TurboTax likewise helped me comprehend a complicated capital loss carryover question.But it often felt like there are no easy answers in our tax system. For example, does the cost of the new roof we got along with our solar panels count as part of the tax credit worth 30% of the installation cost? Do 50 different searches about this, and you’ll get 50 different answers.I went all the way to the IRS tax code, to little avail: “No expenditure relating to a solar panel or other property installed as a roof (or portion thereof) shall fail to be treated as property … solely because it constitutes a structural component of the structure on which it is installed.”The IRS guidance on the solar tax credit is similarly opaque. No wonder people are willing to pay an accountant hundreds of dollars to take care of it all.Autofill tax formsI was displeased to hear how years of lobbying by TurboTax maker Intuit and its rival H&R Block apparently is bearing fruit in the form of proposed legislation that would block the US government from providing us with tax forms already helpfully filled out with the data employers and financial institutions must report.Taxpayers in some other countries have a system that is painless, but despite some new scrutiny, the bill passed the House of Representatives. (In response to our earlier inquiries on that topic, Intuit didn’t directly address the recent lobbying criticism, but it pointed CNET to a company post concerning taxes.)Autofilled tax forms would be great, and no doubt millions of people would love to get their time and money back. But I fear the deeper problem is the monumental complexity of the US tax code.My 2019 state and federal taxes are done. I’d be basking in the glory of my achievement right now — except that I know I’ll have to make the same journey again next year. Cryptocurrency It’s all documented in a tax form dozens of pages long, in our case with hundreds of transactions. But good luck getting this handily packaged, digital data into TurboTax. LendingClub is allergic to giving tax advice, so that left the legwork to me and some helpful souls who’d posted about the issue on various internet forums.In principle, I could have imported the data directly. But TurboTax warns you that performance can degrade if you add too many transactions, and I saw enough horror stories online about grindingly slow results that I didn’t risk it. From a software point of view, I found this baffling. Today’s computer science challenges are grappling with AI bias and useful recommendation engines. A 2,000-row spreadsheet has been child’s play for PCs for decades. Intuit didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Comments Share your voice At tax time, new financial tech means excursions into dangerous waters. (This ancient map is actually on display at the Maritime Museum in Bergen, Norway, but illustrates the point nicely.) Stephen Shankland/CNET I knew doing my own taxes again would be a pain after years of outsourcing the annual headache to accountants. What I didn’t realize was how much worse new financial technology like cryptocurrency and peer-to-peer lending would make the job.My half century of life has been a series of excursions into US tax code territory previously unknown to me — home interest mortgage deduction, married filing jointly, child tax credit. For years, I calculated taxes for myself and then my family started using Intuit’s TurboTax. Even if the territory was unknown to me, I was still walking well-trodden paths.This year, though, I entered the here-be-dragons part of the map.I made it back alive, thanks to dozens of internet searches, forum posts, supplementary information PDFs and $50 I paid to a service that understands cryptocurrency math. I even read the actual law behind the US tax code to try to comprehend one point.I’m hardly at the bleeding edge of finance. But the weekend I lost to America’s annual accounting ordeal shows how badly the tax establishment is keeping pace with new ideas.New tax territoryWe lived in the UK and France for a few years, and the three-country complications meant we relied on professionals to do our taxes. However, now that we’re back in the USA and I’m doing the taxes again, I’ve found I’ve fallen behind the times — and I’m not alone.My first difficulty was handling money we’ve invested at LendingClub, which arranges peer-to-peer loans. The idea is to give lenders (like me) a way to earn more interest than with money parked at a bank, while offering borrowers a way to pay less interest than what credit cards charge. As the middleman brokering (and automating) the deals, LendingClub takes its cut of the payments. Cryptocurrency accounting no doubt will settle down. But the punishment I endured for just dipping my toes into the waters worries me. Related stories Software 3 Last chance to check out the best online tax software options for 2019 from Turbo Tax, H&R Block and more services Congress wants to prevent IRS from expanding its free online tax filing Taxes 2019: When they’re due, how to file online and more
Jayadev GallaTwitterTDP MP Jayadev Galla, who is the brother-in-law of superstar Mahesh Babu, has alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a deliberate attempt to influence polls courtesy the IT raids being conducted on opposition leaders.The Income Tax department has been conducting raids on the offices of various political leaders across the country for the past few weeks. These raids are meant to stop the alleged cash flow during the 2019 general elections. The latest person to come under the scanner of the IT sleuths is none other than Jayadev Galla, whose office in Guntur was raided on Tuesday evening.Jayadev Galla is contesting Lok Sabha elections in Guntur from the second time and Andhra Pradesh goes for the first phase of polls. Just a day before the voting, this TDP leader came under the IT scanner.Jayadev Galla reportedly protested the searches along with other Telugu Desam Party leaders in Guntur’s Pattabhipuram. “Why I am being targeted? Why is the TDP being targeted?” he asked. “This is a deliberate attempt by Prime Minister [Narendra Modi] to influence the polls. Moving towards state of Emergency and fascism,” NDTV quoted the TDP leader as saying.But hours before the IT raid on Jayadev Galla’s office on Tuesday, Rajnath Singh had dismissed the opposition’s charges. “It is unfair to hold the government responsible for the raids. This is an ongoing process. Agencies act on their own intelligence inputs,” Union Home Minister had said in an interview to ANI.Jayadev Galla is one of the wealthiest politicians in India and he had declared assets of Rs 683 crore in the 2014 general elections. He married Padmavathi Ghattamaneni, daughter of superstar Krishna on 26 June 1991 and has two children – Siddharth Galla and Ashok Galla. He is very close to his brother-in-law Mahesh Babu, who had campaigned for him in the previous general elections.
Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 5 min read November 3, 2016 Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. In Minneapolis, more than 5 percent of people bike to work. The bike culture has spawned a winter bike expo, a bike-related art poster fair and supports a community of artisan bicycle makers, independent bike retailers and accessory makers.Shops like A Train Cycles, Appleman and Peacock Groove (no relation to me) turn out a variety of bicycles, including some designed for riding in the Minnesota snow. Brake Bread will even deliver fresh-baked bread by bicycle right to your door.Today’s consumers crave unique and personalized products and services, and businesses like these are part of a massive new opportunity for small businesses to take on the big guys.Related: 21 Ways to Market Your Business OnlineThe bulging beer cooler at your neighborhood market is another perfect example. Craft breweries quadrupled their share of the U.S. beer market from about 5 percent in 2008 to now more than 20 percent, according to the Craft Brewers Association.Niche grocers also are grabbing share. Fueled by hyper-localization and specialization — think local honey and small batch hot sauce — natural/gourmet stores are projected to grow 6.8 percent annually over the next four years. That’s more than double the growth expected for discount stores, according to a recent Nielsen report.The North American Handmade Bike Show has grown to 180 exhibitors and thousands of attendees from its beginnings in 2005, when 23 exhibitors showed off their wares for 700 biking enthusiasts.No matter what the business, today’s consumers want something unique. That means the huge scale of big chains and corporations has turned from an advantage to an Achilles heel that small businesses can take advantage of. It might seem daunting, but the opportunity is real.According to a new study from QuickBooks, this rising demand for niche products and services is one of the key trends small businesses can leverage to drive success and tap new markets.Access to world-class business infrastructure, valuable data, a talented pool of on-demand employees and cost-effective online advertising are also leveling the playing field for entrepreneurs who take advantage of them, according to the QuickBooks Future of Small Business report. What I love is that these technology-driven shifts complement what has always been the essence of small business success — passion, community (now either physical or digital via social networks) and the personal touch. Technology has just set them on fire.Custom wheels: The rise of the artisan bike shop.Today’s consumers are not just looking for a product or a service. They are looking for experiences and personalized service, and they expect to be given the opportunity to shape the products and services they use. All of those things are right up the power alley of small businesses. That’s part of what has driven the rise of the artisan bike maker.Related: 5 Ways to Penetrate an Already Saturated MarketDespite a U.S. market dominated by big manufacturers like Trek, Giant and Huffy, a thriving industry of very small manufacturers has developed over the last decade. Most of those firms employ between five and 20 people who produce two-wheelers that can come with a price tag of $10,000 or more — handmade and customized to fit their owner. People might have passionate differences of opinion over materials and quality of hand-crafted frames versus what a high-tech factory might produce, but what’s not up for debate is the attention to detail and customization that is driving the rise in these micro-shops.In Portland, Oregon, where biking is at the heart of city culture, the number of bike-related small businesses exploded to 217 last year — employing almost 1,500 people; almost 10 times what it was in 2002.It’s clear that successful small businesses — from bike shops to breweries — win by sharing their passion, embracing their craft and developing personal relationships centered around their shared passion and mission.The power of the platform: Hitch a ride to growth.Even the smallest of businesses focusing on niche products can extend their reach through marketplaces to access new customers and expand internationally.Amazon, eBay, etsy and other platforms all do one thing extremely well. They use technology to connect supply and demand in a way that is frictionless to create a network effect. What that means for a small business — join in and get more customers and more sales.The number of U.S. small businesses who have used eBay to sell outside of the U.S., which was previously near impossible, has increased more than six-fold in six years. Today, more than 190,000 small businesses in the U.S. use eBay to reach customers outside of the U.S. Related: Facebook Opens Marketplace to Take on eBay and CraigslistWhat I think is so exciting about these trends is that they help knock down some of the biggest challenges any small business owner faces — finding customers, cost barriers to entry and opportunity to experiment. Not only do marketplaces expand your brand and product exposure, they also give sellers the opportunity to test out new markets in a cost-effective way. So think about Amazon, eBay or etsy if you are selling products.If you are selling services, your geographic reach might be more limited, but you can test Upwork, TaskRabbit or Catalant as platforms to expand your client base.I believe that almost every small business can take advantage of an online marketplace to sell niche products and services at scale — reaching customers who are looking for a more personal touch. It’s just one of the ways today’s small businesses can power their future by thinking big.
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