Oil companies flag roadblocks in rationalising taxes on jet fuel

first_imgNew Delhi: Oil marketing companies have cited issues like sales tax as a barrier to the Civil Aviation Ministry’s plan to rationalise additional charges that airlines have to pay while uplifting aviation turbine fuel (ATF) at airports across India, officials said. Currently, airlines have to pay taxes for certain services, such as ‘throughput charges’, ‘into-plane charges’ and ‘fuel-infrastructure charges’ when they take the ATF at any airport for their planes. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal”These charges are taxed multiple times as they are billed in a circuitous manner,” a senior government official said. A second official said the Ministry of Civil Aviation had formed a committee to develop a direct-billing mechanism between airline companies and airport operators so that these multiple taxes can be removed. The committee comprises representatives from airlines, airport operators, oil marketing companies (OMCs), other service providers among others. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostAccording to government estimates, if a direct-billing mechanism is implemented, airlines would be able to save around Rs 400 crore per year. In India, ATF accounts for almost 40 per cent of any airline’s total expenditure. Therefore, any taxation on ATF always has a huge impact on airline companies. “The OMCs have told us that there are certain provisions in the sales tax regime at the state-level, as well as in the excise tax regime, which may prevent direct billing,” the official said. During one of the meetings of the committee, the official said, the OMCs — Indian Oil, Hindustan Petroleum and Bharat Petroleum — stated that the state governments would be reluctant to let go of the tax revenues that come from the circuitous billing. The official said the committee was expected to submit its report soon. Explaining the matter, the first official quoted above said: “Take the example of billing for throughput charges, which is done by the airport operator to the oil company. “In turn, oil company passes on the charges by billing airlines. However, due to such convoluted billing process, taxes such as GST and excise duty and VAT is added on to throughput charges.” The official said that at the Delhi airport, if the throughput charges levied by the airport operator is only Rs 100, the airline ends up paying Rs 164 as it is paying “tax on tax”, which includes the goods and services tax (GST), excise duty and value-added tax (VAT). According to the official, had the throughput charges been invoiced directly by the airport operators to the airlines, the latter would have got the input tax credit for the GST paid and there would be no application of excise duty or VAT. “The other charges — fuel infrastructure charges and into-plane charges — are also being billed similarly in circuitous manner, leading to tax on tax,” the official said.last_img read more

UN rejects allegations that it interfered in work of Cambodian genocide court

14 June 2011The United Nations today rejected media reports that it instructed judges at the tribunal in Cambodia dealing with mass killings and other crimes committed under the Khmer Rouge three decades ago to dismiss its third case, stressing that the court is an independent body. “Support for the independence of the judiciary is a fundamental principle that the United Nations upholds in Cambodia as elsewhere,” a statement issued by the spokesperson for the Secretary-General said.“The judges and prosecutors at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) must be allowed to function free from external interference by the Royal Government of Cambodia, the United Nations, donor States, and civil society,” it added.Under an agreement signed by the UN and Cambodia, the ECCC was set up as an independent court using a mixture of Cambodian staff and judges and foreign personnel. It is designated to try those deemed most responsible for crimes and serious violations of Cambodian and international law between 17 April 1975 and 6 January 1979.Earlier this week, media reports said that at least five UN staff in the ECCC’s investigations office have quit their posts since April following disagreements over the decision to close the tribunal’s third case without allegedly properly investigating the charges. Case 003 reportedly involves two former senior members of the Khmer Rouge military suspected of the deaths of thousands of people. “The United Nations categorically rejects media speculation that we have instructed the co-investigating judges to dismiss Case 003,” the statement said. It added that the announcement made by the co-investigating judges in April that they have decided to conclude their investigation in Case 003 is an interim procedural step, and that issues related to that decision will be the subject of further consideration by the tribunal. “The co-investigating judges are not under an obligation to provide reasons for their actions at this stage of the investigation in Case 003,” said the world body.As for the staffing issues, the statement said that the UN will ensure that the international component of the ECCC, including the Office of the Co-Investigating Judges, has sufficient resources to undertake its work.Estimates vary but as many as two million people are thought to have died during the rule of the Khmer Rouge between 1975 and 1979, which was then followed by a protracted period of civil war in the impoverished South-East Asian country. The court handed down its first verdict in July 2010, convicting Kaing Guek Eav – the man also known as Duch and who headed a notorious detention camp run by the Khmer Rouge – guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity. The ECCC is currently preparing to commence the trial in Case 002 on 27 June. The accused are the four remaining leaders of the Khmer Rouge: Khieu Samphan, the former head of State; Nuon Chea, ‘brother number two’ to Pol Pot; Ieng Sary, a former foreign minister; and Ieng Thirith, a former social affairs minister and wife of Ieng Sary.“Their trial will be of true international significance, and deserves the ongoing, strong support of the international community,” said today’s statement. read more

Sri Lanka ranked low on press freedom

Sri Lanka has been ranked low in a press freedom index for 2011 released by the U.S based ‘Freedom House’ to mark world press freedom day.The press freedom ranking has Sri Lanka at 161 out of 192 countries with a status saying the media is not free in the country. However, after eight years of decline in the global average score, including particularly steep drops in 2007, 2008, and 2009, there was a slight improvement of 0.14 points for 2011. This break from the negative trend was driven by a significant net improvement in the Middle East and North Africa, coupled with a more modest improvement in the Asia-Pacific region.In terms of thematic categories, the global average score improvement appears to stem from gains primarily in the legal category, and secondarily in the economic category. The political category showed a global decline when compared with the previous year. (Colombo Gazette) This balance marks a shift toward the Partly Free category compared with the edition covering 2010, which featured 68 Free, 65 Partly Free, and 63 Not Free countries and territories.The analysis found that only 14.5 percent of the world’s inhabitants lived in countries with a Free press, while 45 percent had a Partly Free press and 40.5 percent lived in Not Free environments. In the Asia/Pacific region Sri Lanka is ranked 33 out of 40 countries just ahead of China, Afghanistan and Laos. Freedom House said that of the 197 countries and territories assessed during 2011, including the new country of South Sudan, a total of 66 (33.5 percent) were rated Free, 72 (36.5 percent) were rated Partly Free, and 59 (30 percent) were rated Not Free. read more

Righttodisconnect talk picks up as popularity of workplace messaging apps rises

TORONTO — There’s growing chatter in North America about adopting right-to-disconnect laws to free workers from being tethered to their phones around the clock, but some labour experts say that while the digital demands of work in the 21st century need to be openly discussed, rigid regulations and fines may not be the solution.Last week, a New York councilman proposed making it illegal to force employees to access “work-related electronic communications” from home, with some exceptions including emergency situations. Companies would have to draft written policies spelling out the hours of work and time off, and employers would not be allowed to threaten penalties against anyone who refused to check their email or work-related social networks off-hours.Quebec Solidaire’s Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois also tabled a private member’s bill in the Quebec national assembly last week that aims to “ensure that employee rest periods are respected by requiring employers to adopt an after-hours disconnection policy.” The proposal calls for fines between $1,000 to $30,000 for companies that refuse to draft a proper policy, or reassess it annually to ensure it remains up to date and effective.“For my parents’ generation, when you were leaving the office, you were actually leaving the office,” Nadeau-Dubois, 27, said last week. “It’s not true for my generation anymore. When you leave work, you still have to work because you have emails from your boss or colleague. The separation between professional life and private life is disappearing.”The federal government has also signalled its interest in exploring the right-to-disconnect trend, which made headlines last year when France enacted its own legislation to help protect the free time of its workforce.As part of its public consultation earlier this year on how “labour standards should be updated to better reflect and respond to the new reality” of evolving workplaces, Employment and Social Development Canada released an online survey that included several questions about right-to-disconnect policies. One of the questions asked whether right-to-disconnect regulations should be one of the government’s “most important” labour issues.“It’s always a good thing for parties to discuss their working conditions together,” says labour and employment lawyer Katherine Poirier, but she cautions that “over-regulating and imposing fines for employers is not always the right way to solve a situation.”“The problem is there is no cookie-cutter solution in this area,” says Poirier, a partner with Borden Ladner Gervais LLP.“Implementing a policy and having to respect it is good, because both parties will be able to discuss what’s agreeable according to their own area of activity. Whereas trying to implement legislation that will govern (all workers) single-handedly could lead to a nightmare.”In addition to the demands of their ever-growing email inbox, many employees are now also communicating within Slack, a social network for businesses that now boasts nine million weekly active users across 100 countries. It eschews the formality of email in favour of a looser instant-messaging style approach, a strategy that has not surprisingly also been pushed by Facebook with its fee-based Workplace service, used by corporate giants including Walmart, Starbucks and Heineken.Poirier expects many companies would argue that existing labour laws and court rulings already adequately protect employees from getting forced into working outside the office. She points to a 2005 Quebec Court of Appeal case that made “a very strong statement” that employees could not be compelled to extend their work day into their home.“(The court found) the human right to privacy and to the sanctity of the home may not allow an employer to force you to work from there,” Poirier says, “so the employer could contact you to schedule you, for example, but to force you to work from there would be an invasion of privacy.“That was before the social media and cellphone use we see now. We have seen a lot of grievances since then but not as precise as this. It’s going to be a very challenging issue in the future.”There are many business leaders who are cognizant of the “benefits of disconnecting” and aren’t opposed to discouraging emailing from home, says Julie McCarthy, a professor of organizational behaviour at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.“For many people they’re in a state of what we call ‘continuous partial attention’ where there’s so many things going on and we’re responding to so many things that we’re never completely just focused on one thing. This could be really detrimental to our well-being, our physical and emotional well-being, but also to our performance on the job,” says McCarthy.“If we have people who are at work but they’re experiencing exhaustion and potentially burnout, then they’re not really performing at levels that we might want to see. So it’s only in the organization’s best interests that they ensure that people are rejuvenated.”Social psychologist Elizabeth Dunn conducted a small-scale exploratory study out of the University of British Columbia that found people were less stressed when they were asked to check their email a few times a day versus being told to do so frequently.While she emphasized that more strenuous research would be needed to make any conclusive findings, she says “it does suggest that being constantly tethered to our technology during times when we’re trying to be with our friends and family does undermine some of the benefits we would otherwise derive from that sort of quality time.”But she’s also cautious about declaring that emailing outside work hours leads to a quantifiable amount of personal harm.“There’s not as much good rigorous research yet as one would ideally like to see documenting the extent of the sort of psychological and physical health consequences of using this technology.” read more

A pressing engagement Calgary company taking advantage of vinyl resurgence

by Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press Posted Nov 5, 2015 2:00 am MDT Last Updated Nov 5, 2015 at 7:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email CALGARY – The pressing machine’s equivalent of an odometer shows it has made 4,422,640 records, but owner Dean Reid is betting the ageless equipment has got lots of life left.“It should be good for another 10,000,000,” he says proudly.Reid is the founder and chief operating officer of Canada Boy Vinyl, which opened its doors in September and purports to be the only place in Canada where bands can have their music pressed into vinyl to capitalize on a growing market for music nostalgia.The 44-year-old spent 20 years in construction, playing bass guitar in his spare time, before he decided to take the plunge into a music industry that has become anything but a safe bet.“I wanted to try and get involved in a career that was way more in line with what I love and am passionate about — and that is music,” Reid says with a chuckle. “One of the things I was interested in was starting up a record label and I started doing some research into it. I quickly found out it can be one of the arguably worst businesses a guy could ever get into.”Wearing camouflage pants and a white T-shirt with Canada Boy Vinyl emblazoned on the front, Reid looks more blue-collar than record company executive.Reid started seeking out investors to help finance his dream in August 2013. A turning point was getting in touch with an individual in England who had some aging record-pressing equipment for sale.The equipment, which saw its heyday in the 1970s, arrived in September and is now up and running.The machines are capable of processing 65,000 to 70,000 records a week.“Business is picking up very steadily. We’ve only been open for a month and we already have 53 orders in the queue right now. I’ve probably spoken to at least a couple of hundred bands.”There are about 40 pressing plants in the world, but Canada Boy Vinyl is believed to be the only pressing plant in Canada. Montreal-based Rip-V ceased operations earlier this year, but that wasn’t because of a lack of business.A surge in popularity of vinyl records — a Nielsen Music Report says sales increased by 52 per cent in 2014 — meant there were more orders than the company could fill. Owner Philippe Dubuc says the company produced an estimated 400,000 records in 2014 and clients would gladly have given them twice the work.Reid is happy to try to fill the void.“I’ll try and enjoy it while it lasts, but I can’t be the only kid in the world with this idea. There’s a certain barrier to market that I have right now in just getting the equipment itself and it’s finding the people with the know-how and experience to get it to go.“It’s not like … you were some rich kid and say: ‘Dad can I have $3 million to go and start up a pressing plant?’ You don’t just go down to Home Depot and buy a record-pressing machine.”Reid’s target customer is anyone who wants to make a record.“We serve small indie bands on small runs as well as larger record labels.”He sees some humour in much of the interest in vinyl records coming from a younger demographic.“There’s just a whole new generation of younger people who are almost thinking that it’s this new kind of media or something,” he says.“People are really catching on there’s really a difference between an analog kind of sound and a digital kind of a sound. I’m definitely a big fan of the analog sound. It’s way more warm and human and sort of tangible and a little more down to Earth.”Follow @BillGraveland on Twitter A pressing engagement: Calgary company taking advantage of vinyl resurgence read more

New elections looming for Greece

first_imgThe leader of Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) Alexis Tsipras is due to meet the heads of PASOK and New Democracy but his slim chances of forming a unity government seem to have disappeared and Greece is likely to hold new elections next month.Tsipras spent Tuesday, the first of three days he is permitted to try to form a government, in talks with leftist parties but had mixed success in convincing them to support his effort to form an administration that would challenge the terms of Greece’s bailout. However, the SYRIZA leader’s decision to set out certain terms for any cooperation, including the rejection of the loan deal with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, prompted a strong reaction from PASOK and New Democracy, which made it clear that there is hardly any ground for agreement.SYRIZA won an unprecedented 16.78 percent of the vote on Sunday but would still need the support of either ND or PASOK to form a majority government. It has the option of forming an administration with just 120 MPs rather than 151 but the government would need to pass a vote of confidence.Tsipras set out six terms for any agreement with other parties: immediate cancellation of the terms of the EU-IMF memorandum, the cancellation of the law that ends collective contracts, changes to the electoral system so proportional representation can be introduced, public review of Greek banks and the formation of a debt inspection committee that will investigate whether any of Greece’s debt can be termed “odious.”“The expression of the public’s will has made the memorandum null and void and has chosen as its first alternative a left-wing government that will cancel the loan agreements,” Tsipras said after meeting President Karolos Papoulias to receive the mandate for forming a unity government.Kathimerini understands that Tsipras is to send a letter to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi to argue that the result of the elections, which saw the two signatories of the EU-IMF bailout, PASOK and New Democracy, receive just 32 percent of the vote, means that the terms of the bailout can no longer apply. Tsipras also asked ND leader Antonis Samaras and PASOK’s Evangelos Venizelos to write to the EU and IMF to inform Greece’s lenders that their written commitment to abide by the terms of the bailout could no longer stand because of the election result. This prompted Samaras to accuse Tsipras of risking Greece’s membership of the eurozone.“Mr Tsipras, with his statements Wednesday, is doing everything possible not to form a government,” Samaras said, adding that the leftist was asking him to “put my signature to the destruction of Greece.” The conservative leader said his party would be prepared to back a minority government “as long as it secures the country’s position in the eurozone and its national interest.” But, he said, the leftist leader’s statement left no doubt “that he has no intention of safeguarding Greece’s European identity and future” and revealed “unbelievable arrogance.”Venizelos issued a statement saying that his position on keeping Greece in the euro was non-negotiable. Tsipras met Tuesday with Democratic Left leader Fotis Kouvelis, who said he would support SYRIZA if it could form a majority government. The Ecologist Greens, however, rejected the leftists’ overtures, arguing that SYRIZA did not have a clear plan for exiting the crisis.It is expected Tsipras will be unable to reach any agreement by Thursday, leading to PASOK taking over the mandate to form a government. After that, Papoulias will call in the party leaders to try to broker a deal. If that fails, a caretaker government will be appointed and new elections called.Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

NASA Administrator Publicly Admonishes Elon Musk

first_img If Elon Musk wants to launch anyone—nevermind himself—into space on day, he’ll have to stop smoking weed and drinking whiskey in public.That’s the message NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine delivered to the SpaceX CEO this week, during a meeting of journalists in Washington, D.C.“I will tell you that was not helpful, and that did not inspire confidence,” Bridenstine said, as reported by The Atlantic.The dressing down came days after NASA ordered a safety review of Boeing and SpaceX, both under contract to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.The months-long assessment, expected to begin next year, is partly a response to Musk’s recent appearance on a live podcast recording with comedian Joe Rogan, who handed the entrepreneur a blunt filled with tobacco and marijuana.But it’s also influenced by several tragedies in NASA’s history, including the 1967 Apollo 1 fire and two space-shuttle disasters (Challenger in 1986 and Columbia in 2003) that, all together, killed 17 people.“Every single one of those accidents had a number of complications. Of course, the technological piece was a big piece of it,” Bridenstine said.“The other question that always comes up,” he continued, “was ‘What was the culture of NASA?’ What was the culture of our contractors, and were there people that were raising a red flag that we didn’t listen to, and ultimately did that culture contribute to the failure and, in those cases, to disaster?”So, did Musk’s dalliances with drugs and alcohol on Rogan’s show raise a red flag?“I think those were not helpful,” Bridenstine told The Atlantic.The NASA official has had “a number of conversations” with Musk, and is seemingly convinced in the businessman’s commitment to safety. That’s not always enough, though.Bridenstine allegedly wanted to conduct a safety review long before the puff heard round the world (which is legal in California, where the podcast was recorded).“We don’t believe there’s going to be an incident, but if there is an incident—rather than waiting until there’s an incident, we do a cultural assessment of our contractors [now],” he explained. “We want to get ahead of it.”SpaceX did not immediately respond to Geek’s request for comment.More coverage on Geek.com:NASA Sets Date For First Uncrewed SpaceX Rocket LaunchNASA Successfully Lands InSight on Mars42 Stunning Images of Snow and Ice on Earth From Space SpaceX’s Starhopper Test Launch in Texas ScrubbedElon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over Twitter Stay on targetlast_img read more

Vancouver City Council honors outgoing Jeannes at meeting

first_imgOutgoing Vancouver City Council members will have their names and years of service on engraved bricks in Propstra Square across from City Hall, a tradition that will start with Jeanne Harris and Jeanne Stewart.Harris, 57, and Stewart, 67, were honored Monday at their second-to-last council meeting. Both lost bids for re-election, making for a bittersweet ceremony.When Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt asked them to step down from the dais to receive gifts, Stewart responded dryly, “Is it something to drink?”Leavitt gave them engraved vases and showed them bricks, bearing their names, that will be placed in Esther Short Park’s Propstra Square.Leavitt said councilors will receive bricks after they retire, which proved a poor word choice.“Retirement? I don’t think so,” Stewart said.Both were praised by Leavitt and members of the council for their service to the city. They thanked members of the staff, council and community and praised each other.Stewart said she appreciated how Harris always saw the “big picture,” while Harris admired Stewart for being so detail-oriented.While they have opposing views on the controversial Columbia River Crossing — Harris supports it, Stewart opposes it — Harris said they have more in common than most people might think, and said there’s value in the fact they have different styles and ideas.“It might have been a little bit messy once in a while, but that’s the way it’s supposed to be,” Harris said. Referencing the fact they have the same first name, she joked she got away with doing things “because nobody could remember which is which.”last_img read more

Call to plant saplings

first_imgBN Reddy Nagar: The Haritha Haram programme was organised at Zilla Parishad High School in Saheb Nagar on Thursday. Local corporator Lakshmi Prasanna, who was the chief guest, called upon everyone to plant saplings and also to protect them. She lauded Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for his vision of achieving a ‘Haritha Telangana.’School headmistress Leela Rani, primary school headmaster Radhakrishna Reddy, teachers Vimala, Susheela, Vasantha Kumari, Suma Latha, Rani and others were present on the occasion.last_img read more

Memorabilia of music maestros

first_imgMusic expresses all emotions and acts the mediator between the spiritual and the sensual life. In order to present a collection of candid shots of musicians in the form a literary piece, Padma Shri Shobha Deepak Singh has compiled a rare anthology of 250 photographs of the great Indian music maestros, emoting the multiple emotions of Indian music through her coffee table book titled Musicscapes. Musicscapes, which follows close on the heels of Shobha Deepak Singh’s Theatrescapes (2014) and Dancescapes (2013), becomes a homage to her deepest and most long engaging love-music. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Musicscapes published by Roli Books, was launched by Sheila Dixit and Shekhar Sen, Chairman, Sangeet Natak Akademi, at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre on April 8. An exhibition of 60 photographs of the country’s music luminaries, which has been put up by the curatorial expertise of Dr Alka Pande, will be on till April 14 in the national Capital.Shobha Deepak Singh said, “Classical music liberates me and it leads me to a state where I feel I am truly elevated. What classical music does best and continues to do is to show a kind of transformation of moods, to show a very wide psychological voyage.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix“When I did my first two books, I thought I covered the canvas of emotion and motion. But as I looked through many of these photos, I realised that there was so much unsung emotion that needs to be felt by others too. The book helps to accomplish that.” Dr Alka Pande, the illustrious curator of the exhibition said, “The book is a compilation of all those great artists who have contributed magnificently to the vocal and instrumental musicscape of India. This is a survey of Shobha’s work as she captures moments, iconic and unusual, rubbing shoulders with the greats.”last_img read more

Marimba band takes music festival by storm

first_imgDID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter  why not join us there? WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite In the holidays, 17 Hamilton pupils, making up the top string of the Marimba Band, performed at the renowned Wakkerstroom Music Festival.Their ensemble, which they had been rehearsing since the middle of last year, included ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’, ‘Chariots of Fire’ and ‘YMCA’, as well as an Afrikaans medley and a few pieces composed specifically for the marimbas.This is the first time children have appeared on the bill and they were very well received.The pupils took the opportunity to attend a brass quartet and a piano duet performance.Thank you to Dedekind Real Estate for the sponsorship that made this possible.last_img read more

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first_img Technology | May 10, 2007 TeraRecon Rolls Out Vascular Analysis Tools TeraRecon recently released AQPlaque, a suite of vascular analysis tools designed to allow researchers to investigate read more Physicians at Arizona Heart Institute (AHI), a center purely dedicated to cardiovascular surgery and endovascular procedures (3,000 vascular and endovascular procedures per year), relies on the Boomerang system from Cardiva vascular closure for 70 to 80 percent of its cases.They were drawn to the device’s principle advantage: No foreign material is left behind in either the vessel or subcutaneous tissue. It is also quick and easy to deploy and can be used in small vessels, even ones that are calcified, according to Venkatesh Ramaiah, M.D., director of peripheral vascular surgery and endovascular research at AHI. But the biggest benefit, he says, is the Boomerang allows blood flow to be maintained while the closure device is still in place.The system is comprised of the Boomerang wire that is inserted into the femoral artery through the existing introducer sheath; a flat, low-profile disc that contours to seal the arteriotomy; and a clip placed on the skin to create site-specific compression of the arteriotomy and tract, establishing hemostasis. Once the fascial tract recoils back to its predilated state and the blood coagulates, the disc is collapsed, the wire is removed and finger pressure is applied.Dr. Ramaiah finds the Boomerang suitable for almost all procedures, including in brachial arteries, for antegrade and retrograde punctures and in grafts. But because the system is a two-step procedure, with the second step — removing the device and applying manual compression for five minutes — being performed by recovery room nurses, there was initially some resistance to the device. ”Why not use manual compression only?” they questioned.“With the Boomerang, the amount and time of manual pressure is markedly decreased — by about 80 percent — versus manual compression alone,” explained Dr. Ramaiah, which could be reason enough to convince some doubters. But more importantly, he says, AHI’s studies report a zero infection rate associated with the Boomerang. August 2008 FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content Technology | August 25, 2008 Boomerang Closure Device Leaves No Foreign Material Behind center_img News | August 23, 2007 GE Healthcare Hopes to Advance Utrasound Knowledge by Partnering With Emergency Medical Foundation August 24, 2007 – The Emergency Medical Foundation (EMF) and GE Healthcare announced a one-year educational partnersh read more News | March 13, 2007 Surgical Guidance System reduced X-Ray Exposure by 98% March 14, 2007 – Surgeons using the Mazor SpineAssist miniature robotic surgical guidance system experience up to a 9 read morelast_img read more

Bolivia threatens US Embassy closing after Snowden search

first_imgRelated posts:Britain targets Guardian newspaper over Snowden leaks NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say U.S. lawmakers warn of repercussions after Russia grants Snowden asylum Snowden seeks asylum in Russia, meets activists at airport QUITO, Ecuador — Bolivia threatened to close the U.S. Embassy as presidents from across the region met to show solidarity with President Evo Morales after the global manhunt for fugitive Edward Snowden diverted his flight.“We don’t need them, we’ve got other allies,” Morales, 53, said Thursday at an emergency summit of Latin American leaders in the highland Bolivian city of Cochabamba. “We don’t need the pretext of cooperation and diplomatic relations so that they can come and spy on us.”Presidents from Argentina, Ecuador, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela met with Morales to demand Spain, France, Portugal and Italy apologize and explain why they denied the Bolivian leader’s presidential jet permission to fly through their airspace July 2. Spain’s Foreign Minister said his government was told Snowden was aboard. The incident led the plane to make an emergency landing in Vienna after a fuel gauge stopped working correctly, Morales said.The group called for a new meeting of South American presidents on July 12 in Montevideo, Uruguay, to discuss further retaliation against the European countries for the “flagrant violation” of international law, according to a statement read by Bolivia’s Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca at the end of Thursday’s meeting. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, Chile’s Sebastian Pinera, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and Peru’s Ollanta Humala skipped the summit.“This constitutes an extraordinary, unfriendly and hostile act,” Choquehuanca said in comments carried live by Telesur. “The injustice suffered by President Evo Morales offends not only Bolivia, but all of our nations.”U.S. relations with Bolivia have been problematic since Morales was elected in 2005. The president expelled the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Ambassador Philip Goldberg in 2008. Goldberg hasn’t been replaced.On May 1, Bolivia kicked out the U.S. Agency for International Development, alleging that it had conspired against the government.In the latest incident, Morales said speculation he was helping Snowden flee Russia on his plane after a Moscow conference led the European countries to deny him permission to stop and refuel. The leader never spoke with Snowden while he was in Russia and the former National Security Agency contractor is not on Bolivian territory, he said.The president was able to fly back to South America after winning a promise that his plane would not be searched in Spain’s Canary Islands while refueling, said Ricardo Martínez, a Bolivian diplomat in Austria.Snowden revealed himself last month as the source of leaks on top-secret U.S. National Security Agency programs and remains in limbo at an airport in Moscow. Facing theft and espionage charges, Snowden has sought asylum in 20 countries, according to the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks. Bolivia, Venezuela and Nicaragua are among countries saying they haven’t ruled out granting Snowden asylum.Failing to allow Morales’s plane to fly through the European countries’ airspace threatened the security of the people on board, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Thursday on its website. The actions of authorities in France, Spain and Portugal were “hardly friendly,” the ministry said.France’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Laurent Fabius, apologized to his Bolivian counterpart for the delay in granting Morales’ plane permission to fly over French territory, according to a statement published July 3 on the ministry’s website.“There had, of course, never been any intention of refusing President Morales’ plane access to our airspace,” the ministry said in the statement. “The authorization to fly over French territory was granted as soon as the French authorities had been informed that the aircraft in question was that of President Morales.”Spanish Foreign Minister José Manuel Garcia-Margallo contradicted France’s explanation, saying today that Morales was denied permission to pass through the European countries’ territory after their governments received reports that he was helping Snowden flee Russia.“They told it was clear, that he was inside,” Garcia-Margallo said in an interview on Spanish state television, without saying who provided the information. “The reaction of all the countries in Europe that took measures, rightly or wrongly, was on the basis that the information provided was that that would happen.”U.S. officials have contacted countries Snowden might approach for asylum or pass through on the way to a third country to provide “reasons why Mr. Snowden should be returned to the United States and face charges,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said July 3 in Washington.Uruguay’s President Jose Mujica, a former Tupamaro guerrilla who spent 14 years in prison, said the refusal to allow Morales’ plane to fly over the countries’ territory was an error.“To be kind, they screwed up,” Mujica said Thursday. “This is an embarrassment.”With assistance from Ben Sills in Madrid.© 2013, Bloomberg News Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Wellknown Bollywood actress dies suddenly in Duba

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