zoomImage Courtesy: Ardmore Shipping The medium range (MR) product tanker market sustained an unanticipated blow from a number of one-time events in the second quarter of 2018, Anthony Gurnee, Chief Executive Officer of Ardmore Shipping, said in a conference call.These events included lower demand at the Atlantic Basin as a result of localized factors in the key consumer markets in Brazil, Mexico and West Africa, largely political issues, according to Gurnee, followed by high oil and bunker prices as well as weak crude tanker market.As a result of the unprecedented downturn of the crude oil taker market, fueled by geopolitical tensions and tonnage oversupply, crude tanker owners have started taking a portion of the product tanker cargoes to ease their woes.“Crude tanker market weakness resulted in some encroachment to product tanker trades, particularly Aframax newbuildings competing with LR2s,” he said. “Having said that, we feel that the impact of crude tankers on MR trade is limited, probably well under 1% of overall supply.” However, despite the quarter being unexpectedly tough, Gurnee believes that moving ahead the outlook is positive as MR supply growth remains at all-time lows.“We’re forecasting 23 MRs to deliver over the remainder of 2018, with 29 delivered year-to-date, and this is compared to the 5-year historical average of 112 per year. Scrapping has increased with 31 MRs scrapped year-to-date, indicating a run rate of approximately 50 to 60 per year, and as a consequence, MR fleet growth net of scrapping is expected to be well below 1% in 2018 and into 2019,” Gurnee explained.Furthermore, demand fundamentals remain solid in terms of oil consumption growth and export-oriented refinery capacity development.“Atlantic Basin cargo volume should return to normal levels in the second half as the short-term factors play themselves out. Refined product inventories are well below 5-year averages, and with refinery throughput set to increased by further 2 million barrels a day in the third quarter to all-time highs, the conditions are in place for an increase in CPP trading activity,” he added.Ardmore also believes that the IMO 2020 sulphur regulations will have a positive impact on the market as of next year boosting ton demand and demand growth for product tankers.Ardmore Shipping Corporation reported a net loss of USD 13.7 million for the six months ended June 30, 2018, sinking further into the red from last year’s USD 4 million, mostly driven by challenging charter market conditions.Spot and pool MR tankers earned an average of USD 12,086 per day, while chemical tankers earned an average of USD 12,816 per day for the six months ended June 30, 2018.World Maritime News Staff
zoomIllustration; Image Courtesy: Port of Rotterdam The Panama Canal and the Port of Rotterdam signed a Memorandum Understanding (MOU) to promote international trade between Europe and the West Coast of South America. Through this deal, the two organizations will work closely to optimize operations while encouraging economic growth and the exchange of information on new business development opportunities, including logistics parks and port development projects.The agreement comes at a period of continued growth for both the Panama Canal and Port of Rotterdam. Last month, the port celebrated a new transshipment record for the first six months of 2019 with 240.7 million tons handled, marking a 3.4% increase compared to 2018.During the same month, the canal set a new daily tonnage record of 1.706 million Panama Canal tons (PC/UMS) on August 16, not long before welcoming the 7,000th Neopanamax transit since the inauguration of the Expanded Canal in 2016.The MOU is renewable after two years and will allow for both parties to share information on their technological capabilities, including the implementation of digital tools and applications aimed at improving transport efficiency and cost reduction.The deal also includes the exchange of market studies, transit data and modernizations plans, as well as joint training programs, studies and marketing activities between the two parties.
Bristol: Australian captain Aaron Finch on Friday said the returning Steve Smith and David Warner’s stint in the IPL was important as it helped them adapt faster to international cricket. Both Smith and Warner will use the showpiece to restore their credentials after their role in the infamous ball-tampering scandal in South Africa. The disgraced duo served 12-month bans following the “sandpaper-gate” incident in the Cape Town Test in March last year. Also Read – We don’t ask for kind of tracks we get: Bowling coach ArunOn the eve of their tournament opener against Afghanistan, Finch said, “I think when you are a world-class player, you adapt again really quickly and you get up to speed. Having them play in the IPL was really important. “That’s a higher standard of cricket and it just gets you back up to as close to international competition as you can.” The skipper said he also knew they would make a strong comeback. “There was never any issue about how he (Smith) would bounce back, and the same with David. They are both so competitive, they have got great records. There was never any doubt how well they would come back.” Warner is fit to face Afghanistan after recovering from a sore muscle, he said. Also Read – Bastian Schweinsteiger announces retirement, could join Germany set-up”David is fine. He will play tomorrow, no doubt about that. We are very close to a starting XI but we are not going to name it yet. Everyone is in contention.” The five-time defending champions are expected to prevail over minnows Afghanistan but Finch is taking nothing for granted. “Afghanistan have turned into a really world-class side at times, they’ve got some of the best bowlers in the world and their batting is improving all the time. You can never take a side like that for granted and if you look back at 2015 we played them at the WACA, which was probably the furthest from their conditions you could probably get,” Finch said. a
New Delhi: Air travel will become a bit costlier as the Ministry of Civil Aviation has decided to increase the aviation security fee (ASF) from Rs 130 to Rs 150 for each Indian passenger from July 1 onwards, according to an official document. For international passengers, the ASF will be increased from 3.25 $to 4.85 $from next month, the document stated. “The ASF for domestic passengers will be levied at the rate of Rs 150 per embarking passenger,” said an Ministry of Civil Aviation order dated June 7. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documents”The ASF for international passengers will be levied at the rate of $4.85 or equivalent Indian rupees per embarking passenger,” the order added. The ASF will be replacing the PSF (SC), which stands of passenger service fee (security component). “The above rates of the ASF will be applicable with effect from 00.01 Hrs of 01.07.2019 and will replace the PSF (SC) which was being charged so far at the rate of Rs 130 per embarking passenger for tickets issued against Indian Rupees and $3.25 per embarking passenger for tickets issued against foreign currency,” the order stated.
Hugh Jackman is returning to the Broadway Stage for One Night Only, his popular one-man Broadway show, to benefit the Motion Picture and Television Fund Foundation at the Dolby Theatre this October.Hang With Hugh JackmanWhether you adore him or want to be him, Omaze.com has just launched an once-in-a-lifetime experience every Hugh Jackman fan will want to enter. Starting today, the winner (and their lucky friend) will fly to Los Angeles, stay at the 5-star Montage Resort in Beverly Hills, receive a private tour of Fox Studios, and will get the chance to hang with our favorite Australian during a private sound-check for his show. But that’s not all. The winner will also be able to watch the performance from VIP seating, and hang with the talented actor back-stage after his show. Amazing, right?!Anyone can enter to this once-in-a-lifetime experience by visiting Omaze.com and making a $10 donation to Motion Picture and Television Fund, where every entry offers programs and services to benefit other members within the entertainment industry in times of need.Here’s how it’s possible – Omaze.com offers everyone the opportunity to engage in once-in-a-lifetime experiences with celebrities, athletes and the world’s greatest thinkers with the proceeds benefiting a social cause. By visiting Omaze.com, you’ll make a $10 donation to enter for your chance to meet and attend Hugh Jackman’s ‘One Night Only’ Broadway show, benefiting the Motion Picture and Television Fund. Now, what are you waiting for? The contest closes on October 3rd, 2013.
OTTAWA, O.N. – The federal government’s promised overhaul of environmental evaluations for energy projects could get major surgery before the Senate is finished with it.Bill C-69, the Impact Assessment Act, fulfils a Liberal campaign promise to change how major energy projects get reviewed for their environmental, social and economic effects, with the aim of speeding reviews up and making their criteria clearer.Senators have received nearly 50,000 letters urging them to either kill the bill outright or agree to major changes on everything from timelines for the reviews to who gets to be heard during a specific review. The bill was already amended 136 times in the House of Commons but faces at least as many amendments in Parliament’s upper chamber with independent and Conservative senators indicating a desire for some pretty significant changes.Sen. Grant Mitchell, the independent Liberal senator who sponsored the bill in Senate, says he and the government are open to changes but that it is clear to him the industry does not want the bill to be killed.The Senate committee dealing with the bill decided this week to hold more meetings on it outside Ottawa but Mitchell said he is confident the bill will be amended and signed into law before Parliament rises for the summer.
New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued summons to former ICICI Bank CEO Chanda Kochchar, her husband Deepak Kochchar and brother-in-law Rajiv Kochchar for questionning in a money-laundering case. The agency has summoned Deepak and Rajiv Kochchar on April 30 while the former ICICI Bank chief has been summoned on May 5, sources said. The case is related to the alleged irregularities and corrupt practices in the sanction of a Rs 1,875 crore loan disbursed by ICICI Bank to the Videocon Group during 2009 and 2011. The ED got clues about an illegal transaction running to crores of rupees routed to NuPower. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalIn March, EDA had conducted a series of searches at the residence and office premises of Kochhars as part of its investigations and also questioned Chanda and Deepak Kochhar along with Videocon Group promoter Venugopal Dhoot. Allegedly, Videocon group’s promoter Venugopal Dhoot had invested in the Deepak Kochhar company, NuPower Renewables Ltd through his firm Supreme Energy as quid-pro-quo for loans cleared by the ICICI Bank under Chanda Kochhar. Out of the Rs 40,000 crore loan to the Videocon group, Rs 3,250 crore was given by ICICI Bank and a large portion of the loan by ICICI was unpaid at the end of 2017. The bank proceeded to declare the Rs 2,810 crore of unpaid loan as non-performing asset.
Gold stocks dragged down the Toronto Stock Exchange’s main index as investors turned away from the precious metal.The S&P/TSX composite index fell 22.07 points to 15,097.84, with the global gold sector being the worst performer of the day. Stocks in the sector lost on average 0.59 per cent of their worth.The December gold contract shed US$10.70 to US$1,279.70 an ounce.The price of the commodity, which is seen as a safe haven, lost some of its shine as investors felt less anxious about last week’s nuclear war rhetoric between the United States and North Korea, said Sid Mokhtari, executive director at CIBC Capital Markets.Gold also weakened amid a strengthening greenback, he said. The Canadian dollar was trading at an average price of 78.40 cents US, down 0.31 of a U.S. cent.On Wall Street, markets remained relatively flat after Monday’s relief rally that saw the Dow Jones industrial average soar nearly 140 points.The Dow inched ahead by 5.28 points, falling just shy of breaking the 22,000 mark at 21,998.99.The S&P 500 index fell a meagre 1.23 points to 2,464.61, while the Nasdaq composite index declined 7.22 points to 6,333.01.Still, geopolitics remains a risk factor, said Mokhtari.“It’s still very premature to say that heightened level of anxiety has fully gone away,” he said, adding some volatility measures indicate fear factor remains present in the market.Elsewhere in commodities, the September crude contract lost US$0.04 to $47.55 per barrel, the September natural gas contract fell 2.4 cents to about US$2.94 per mmBTU and the September copper contract retreated about 2.2 cents to US$2.88 a pound.By Aleksandra Sagan in Vancouver.Follow @AleksSagan on Twitter.
Entire buildings once monitored and tagged by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have been dismantled, and equipment and materials in open storage areas have been removed, the Agency’s Director-General, Mohamed ElBaradei, wrote in a letter to the Security Council. “The IAEA continues to be concerned about the widespread and apparently systematic dismantlement that has taken place at sites previously relevant to Iraq’s nuclear programme and sites previously subject to ongoing monitoring and verification” by the Agency, he said. Since 1991 the IAEA has been required by Security Council resolutions to submit progress reports every six months on its inspections of Iraq’s nuclear weapons programme. However, the Agency pulled out of the country on the eve of the war last year, and since then has been concentrating on analyzing information collected since it began those checks. In August, the Agency did complete a separate, physical inspection of nuclear safeguards under the terms of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Mr. ElBaradei said through visits to other countries, the IAEA had been able to identify quantities of industrial items, some radioactively contaminated, that had been transferred out of Iraq from sites monitored by the Agency. “However, none of the high-quality dual-use equipment or materials referred to above has been found,” he added. “As the disappearance of such equipment and materials may be of proliferation significance, any State that has information about the location of such items should provide the IAEA with that information,” he said. Mr. ElBaradei also said the IAEA is considering requests by Iraq for help with the sale of leftover nuclear material at its Tuwaitha facility, except for a small batch for research purposes; the dismantlement and decontamination of former nuclear facilities; and the resumption of IAEA assistance under a number of technical cooperation projects that had been suspended since December 1998.
B.C. First Nations appeal to United Nations to help stop LNG plant NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. – First Nations leaders from northwestern British Columbia have taken their battle against a liquefied natural gas project to the United Nations.The group was scheduled to travel to New York Thursday to seek UN support for a demand that the Canadian government reject the LNG project proposed just south of Prince Rupert.Opponents say the $36-billion Pacific Northwest plant, slated for Lelu Island at the mouth of the Skeena River, threatens wild salmon habitat on the second largest salmon bearing river in B.C.Hereditary Chief of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation, John Ridsdale, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau earned cheers at a recent UN forum by pledging to protect the rights of indigenous people.But Ridsdale says the LNG development, backed by Malaysia’s state oil company, Petronas, endangers that pledge and is “the wrong project in the wrong place at the wrong time.”Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has said a cabinet decision on an environmental assessment covering the Pacific Northwest plant should be made by late June.The B.C. government believes the project could generate more than 18,000 jobs and produce billions in revenue.“We will not sell our salmon future for any price,” Murray Smith, one of the House Leaders of the Gitwilgyoots Tribe, says in a news release.The Gitwilgyoots Tribe is one of the Nine Allied Tribes of Lax Kw’alaams opposed to the LNG plant.“We stand against this project for all the peoples of this world. We don’t want money, we want justice. We invite you to join our battle, to add your voices to our struggle to protect the only home we have ever had,” he says in the release.Fellow Gitwilgyoots member Christine Smith-Martin says the group is respectfully asking the federal government to do the right thing, and wants to the world to bear witness to its concerns. by The Canadian Press Posted May 12, 2016 9:32 am MDT Last Updated May 12, 2016 at 10:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Refreshed painting of Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock (December 2013)It used to hang in the lobby of the Schmon Tower at the University. It also adorned the covers of old academic calendars and recruitment posters from the 80s and 90s.Now, after a long journey, a revitalized painting of Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock will soon be back in its place in Guernsey Market’s west alcove.Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock painting before its recent restorationSince the late 80s, the painting of General Brock hung in the Tower lobby for many years on the wall facing the entrance of the James A. Gibson Library. It was a large modern work. The square frame held the image of the General mounted on his horse inside a navy blue circular window mat covered in Plexiglas.No artist was credited and no signature was ever evident on the painting.In order to make room for the alumni digital kiosk in 2012, the painting of the General was relocated from the Tower lobby to its new home in Guernsey Market. It was during this move that, as Lesley Bell notes, “the painting showed need for some restoration.”Bell, who looks after the University’s collection of fine art, was then asked by Tom Arkell, Associate Vice-President, University Services, to follow-up on upgrading and restoring the painting.“The painting is one of the many Brock traditions honouring our namesake,” says Arkell. “We thought it was important to restore and preserve this important piece of our University’s pride and history. And we couldn’t be happier with the results.”As Bell notes, the task of refreshing the painting presented a long-overdue opportunity to upgrade its frame and remove the layer of Plexiglas and warped circular mat.“I delivered the work to a local framer and two hours later he called me at work to tell me to come to his shop on my way home,” says the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts visual resources librarian. “What I saw that afternoon, with the frame and circular mat stripped away, was a completely new painting.”With the dusty Plexiglas removed, new life was breathed into the colours of decades-old painting. There was the vivid scarlet coat of the General, the rich brown hide of his horse Alphie, and the white plumes of gunfire smoke in the background behind the small red-coated militia waging battle under a dramatic stormy sky.Another discovery was that the original painting was not square, but oval. The corners of the painting were unpainted canvas.Brian DeinesThe artist’s name was also now visible. With the help of Google, Bell was able to track down the artist and illustrator, Brian Deines, who now lives in Toronto. Deines received a commission from the University in 1988 to create a large oval work of Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock to be used for a recruitment poster.“It’s great to hear it is still around,” Deines wrote in an email to Bell. “I’d love to see it again. If it is in need of touch up please don’t hesitate to contact me as I would be happy to do it personally.”After reconnecting with the original artist, the decision was made to let Deines finish his work by filling in the empty corners of the painting and touching up the colours. Bell worked with him over the summer to complete the task.Deines is scheduled to visit Brock in the near future to speak with visual arts students about the project. The refreshed painting will also be back on display for all to see in Guernsey Market early in the New Year.
OVER 800 PEOPLE will leave telecoms company Eircom, as the company aims to restructure their operations.The redundancies are part of the overall moves at the company aimed at shedding 2,000 jobs by next year.The workers will leave the company on an incentivised exit scheme after they applied for an early retirement scheme.An Eircom spokesperson said that those who had qualified for the redundancy had had their options explained to them. Staff who qualified have received one to one consultations to explain the options available to them. The company will now work through the process of assessing and confirming the applications by the end of November and the company remains on track to reach its target to reduce headcount levels by 2,000 by June 2014.The redundancies will come from across the company, with a number of different professions being hit.Read: Eircom’s broadband customers, revenue and earnings fall in year to end of JuneRead: Eircom enters the television market to compete with Sky and UPC
Bactérie tueuse : l’Allemagne abandonne la piste du concombre espagnolLa piste de la contamination par les concombres espagnols vient d’être abandonnée par les scientifiques allemands. La ministre de la Santé d’Hambourg, Cornelia Prüfer-Storks a annoncé les résultats de leurs premières analyses : la souche de bactérie présente dans les légumes ne correspond pas à celle responsable de l’épidémie.La ministre de la Santé d’Hambourg, Cornelia Prüfer-Storks, a révélé cet après-midi à la presse les résultats des tests effectués dans les laboratoires sur les concombres espagnols. Les scientifiques sont formels, la souche de bactérie mise en évidence dans ces légumes ne correspond pas à l’Escheridia coli entero-hémorragique retrouvé dans les selles des patients contaminés. Les tests en laboratoire ont été entamés en Allemagne la semaine dernière après que des lots suspects de concombres ont été pointés du doigt. L’erreur de suspicion aura tout de même coûté cher à l’industrie maraîchère d’Espagne. Le gouvernement espagnol a ainsi déclaré qu’il n’excluait pas un éventuel appel d’indemnisation auprès de l’Allemagne afin de remédier aux “dégâts considérables” infligés à son agriculture. Selon les producteurs espagnols d’Almeria, l’exportation de concombres a connue une baisse de 100% au cours de ces derniers jours et des chargements entiers ont dû être renvoyés.À lire aussiErysipèle : contagion, traitement, de quoi s’agit-il ?L’hypothèse de la contamination des exploitations espagnoles ayant été abandonnée, les analyses se poursuivent à présent sur la suite de la chaîne de production des légumes jusqu’à leur distribution. Depuis le premier cas d’infection détecté la semaine dernière, 15 décès ont été recensés en Allemagne et un en suède. Actuellement 373 personnes souffriraient de troubles rénaux sévères, directement imputables à la bactérie.Le 31 mai 2011 à 17:32 • Emmanuel Perrin
Des chercheurs tentent de créer un traducteur pour communiquer avec les dauphinsDes chercheurs américains auraient réussi à concevoir un prototype d’appareil portatif sous-marin qui servirait de traducteur pour communiquer avec les dauphins. Il permettrait à un plongeur d’émettre des sons symbolisant certains objets comme des jouets, et d’enregistrer en retour les éventuelles tentatives d’imitation de ces sons par les dauphins.Depuis les expériences du spécialiste en neurosciences John Lilly, dans les années 1960, les scientifiques n’ont cessé de s’intéresser au système de communication des dauphins. C’est également la spécialité de Denise Herzing, fondatrice du Wild Dolphin Project, qui travaille depuis près de 30 ans avec les dauphins tachetés de l’Atlantique de Floride et des Bahamas.Jusqu’ici, de nombreux chercheurs ont tenté de percer le secret du langage des dauphins et même tenter de communiquer avec eux. Mais les résultats de toutes les expériences menées n’ont été que peu concluants. Face à cela, Denise Herzing elle, a eu une nouvelle idée. Depuis plusieurs années, elle s’est attelée à la mise au point d’un dispositif de ‘traduction’ entre notre langage et celui de ces mammifères marins : le Cetacean Hearing and Telemetry (CHAT). Il s’agit d’un instrument doté d’un clavier de 4 touches. Chaque touche symbolise un objet donné et provoque, lorsqu’on la presse, l’émission d’un son donné, associé à l’objet. L’appareil, fixé à l’avant-bras d’un plongeur, permet donc à ce dernier d’émettre les signaux sonores, mais aussi d’enregistrer les sons émis par les dauphins. Le but visé est de pouvoir se désigner mutuellement un objet (avec lequel jouer).Un échange entre humain et dauphinÀ lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?”À la base, le plongeur active les sons à l’aide du clavier situé sur son avant-bras et les sons sortent par un haut-parleur sous-marin. Si un dauphin imite le signal ou qu’un humain émet le signal, les sons arrivent et sont localisés par deux hydrophones”, explique Denis Herzing citée par le Daily Mail. Le dispositif peut détecter les sons naturels émis par le dauphin et ainsi aider le plongeur à savoir quel “appel” est émis et ce qu’il peut signifier.La scientifique et ses collègues ont testé le “traducteur” avec les dauphins et ont réussi à interagir avec eux et se faire comprendre. “Maintenant, jusqu’à quel point ce genre de communication peut-il aller… ? Les dauphins vont-ils apprendre à imiter les sifflets fonctionnels ? Nous l’espérons et nous le pensons. Imaginez ce que ce serait de vraiment comprendre une autre espèce intelligente sur cette planète !…”, a déclaré Denise Herzing. Le 24 décembre 2013 à 14:51 • Maxime Lambert
Dustin Rhodes on AEW against NXT: “I don’t consider us going to war with anybody” WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart was a guest on The Fight Network and The LAW discussing why he feels the forthcoming Owen Hart DVD/Blu-ray release from WWE won’t be very good due to restraints from Owen’s wife Martha Hart.“I’m looking forward to it but I’m not really optimistic that it’s going to be a great job. Martha [Hart, Owen’s widow] handcuffed them so much. I don’t know if they’re even allowed to use any pictures from the past. It’s a poorly done DVD because of all the restraints and the limitations that Martha put on it. To me, that’s such a lousy thing to have happen. I think Owen would turn in his grave if he knew how much trouble Martha has gone to erase his career and make sure that nobody enjoys anything about his career today. It’s a bitterness and selfishness that I can’t stand by anymore. I think Martha’s taken the wrong approach and she should understand that, you know, we all miss Owen. I lost a brother, I lost a great friend and maybe one of the closest people I knew on this earth. I want to celebrate his career, I want to watch his matches back – not just with me, but with everybody he worked with.His time with WWE, they got so much footage and so many great memories with Owen, and here she is standing in the way of that saying, “Nobody can see these videos. No one should see anything that brings back any of his career.” […] They couldn’t use any pictures from his childhood, they couldn’t use anything from Stampede Wrestling. They had so many restraints. Even the interviews, the questions that they did with me were so bullshit. The whole thing was so bullshit that sure, there’s an Owen Hart DVD, but it’s the shits. […] I think WWE maybe had good intentions, but I’m not very impressed with the quality that it’s going to be. I haven’t seen it, I’m not optimistic but I’m hoping that it’ll be better than I think. But I could tell by the questions that they asked me and the interview that they did with me that it was a very short version of [Owen’s story]. I’m not really gonna hold up hope that it’s gonna be as great as it should be, and I feel bad because that’s Martha’s fault.”Source: The Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online Sammy Guevara talks about his match against Cody on TNT, the Wednesday Night Wars Google+ Ethan Page on how Impact Wrestling has been better, winning the Tag Titles, booed in Canada WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Pinterest Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
Local resident Jean Voorhees is warning the public about a young man approaching holiday shoppers with a suspicious hard-luck story. Voorhees said she first came across the man two or three weeks ago in a VanMall neighborhood parking lot. He said he was a college student and that his books, computer and wallet had been stolen from his car, he was out of gas, and he couldn’t reach family or friends.She gave him some cash, only to spot him a short time later at a Hazel Dell supermarket, where he was giving customers the same story.Saturday, she saw him approaching shoppers at Westfield Vancouver mall’s parking lot and notified police.She describes the man as tall, blond and college-age. “I feel the public should be warned about these con men working the parking lots around town,” she wrote.
Mount St. Helens — Cougar Sno-Park has about 3 inches. Marble Mountain Sno-Park has about 6 inches.Upper Wind River — Koshko, Old Man Pass, McClellan Meadows and Lone Butte sno-parks have 4 to 6 inches of wet snow.Mount Adams — Pineside Sno-Park has 2 to 3 inches. SnowKing Sno-Park has 12 to 16 inches. Atkisson Sno-Park has 12 to 18 inches of snow in the open, but less under the trees. Flattop Sno-Park has 12 inches.
NORTHEAST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A North Miami Police was injured after a dangerous drive in Northeast Miami-Dade.According to witnesses, the officer struck a sidewalk while driving his motorcycle along Northeast 183rd Street and 10th Avenue. He then flipped off his bike.The officer suffered injuries to his shoulder and upper body.He was taken to the hospital and is expected to be OK.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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Shraddha Kapoor’s first looks from SaahoTwitterThe makers of Saaho starring Prabhas have released the first look poster of actress Shraddha Kapoor to announce its teaser launch date, which has raised doubt about their intention behind it.UV Creations, which is bankrolling Saaho, announced on June 10 that its teaser would be launched in June. The producer tweeted the first look of Shraddha Kapoor and wrote, “The action BEGINS Enter the world of #SAAHO with the teaser on 13th June. Experience it in theaters from 14th June! #Prabhas @ShraddhaKapoor @sujeethsign @UV_Creations #SaahoTeaser #15AugWithSaaho.”The trend in the industry is that a hero gets the main focus during any big announcement of his movies. But surprisingly, the makers of Saaho proved to be an exception to this trend. They decided to highlight actress Shraddha Kapoor and released her poster, which did not feature Baahubali actor Prabhas.This decision of the makers of Saaho has definitely upset many fans of Prabhas. One of his fans wrote, “Announcement poster, darling dhi raaledhani feel avuthunna vallaki… It’s his decision and, i respect it Btw we’re going to get the biggest treat on 13th & 14th #SaahoTeaser #Saaho.”The makers of Saaho have released the first look and few posters of Prabhas to announce the release date of recently. But they have not unveiled the first look of Shraddha Kapoor until the above-mentioned announcement was made. They were apparently under pressure from the fans of the actress, who is one of the most popular heroines. Hence, they might have released one.However, the makers’ decision has kept many people thinking about their intention behind this act. Here are what people are saying about Shraddha Kapoor’s poster release to announce Saaho teaser launch.Pranita Jonnalagedda @PranitaRavi He is the biggest star in India now, no need of this poster to create some , ready ga untaru negative rayadanki, karma ra babu National lo hype penchadaniki heroine poster antunnarenti asal hype antha North lo ne unte.. Telugu lo elago digest cheskolekapothunaru le adi next topic.. #Saaho #SaahoTeaser Kittu Krishnan @iamkittukrishna It’s good they r doing it but IMO it’s just to promote it in Bollywood. Not everyday u can do a pan indian film and have a Bollywood heroine on board. BennySpeaks @benny_speaks I am loving how @ShraddhaKapoor is being made an important part of the “hype” that’s surrounding #Saaho. In general, every major surprise just involves the hero. Hope to see this happen more often! Teaser on June 13th!#SaahoTeaser #15AugWithSaaho Idk @Idk76186638 National release kadha! Gulshan Kumar & Bhushan Kumar involvement kuuda undhi kadha! Valla valla Shraddha Ki kuuda isthunnaru. Rebel ranveer @RebelRanveer uknowwatimean @iamforfun Bcoz of her massive fan following among the masses