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Alternate NamesNausea – self-care; Vomiting – self-careSymptoms and Causes Having nausea (being sick to your stomach) and vomiting (throwing up) can be very difficult to go through:A stomach illness or pregnancy can cause nausea.Some medical treatment, such as a cancer treatment, can also cause nausea.Even anxiety (severe worry or stress) can cause nausea and vomiting.Being nauseous can make you not want to eat, and it can lead to unhealthy weight loss. Vomiting can make you dehydrated (dried out), and that can be dangerous. Once you and your doctor find the cause of your nausea or vomiting, you may be asked to take medicine, change your diet, or try other things to make you feel better.How to Treat Nausea and VomitingSit quietly when you feel nauseous. Sometimes moving around can make nausea worse. Try to take a nap. But do not lie down.Drink 8 – 10 glasses of clear fluids every day. Water is best. You can also sip fruit juices and flat soda (leave the can or bottle open to get rid of the bubbles). Try sports drinks to replace minerals and other nutrition you may be losing when you throw up.Eat 6 – 8 small meals throughout the day, instead of 3 big meals:Eat bland foods. Some of these are crackers, English muffins, toast, baked chicken and fish, potatoes, noodles, and rice.Try low-fat dairy products.Eat foods with a lot of water in them. Try clear soups, popsicles, and Jell-O.If you have a bad taste in your mouth, try rinsing with a solution of baking soda, salt, and warm water before you eat. Use 1 teaspoon baking soda, 3/4 teaspoon salt, and 4 cups warm water. Spit out after rinsing.Sit up after you eat. Do not lie down.Find a quiet, pleasant place to eat, free of odors and distractions.Other tips that may help:advertisementSuck on hard candies or rinse your mouth with water after vomiting. Or you can rinse with the baking soda and salt solution above.Try to get outside for some fresh air.Watch a movie or TV to take your mind away from your nausea.Your doctor may also recommend medicine:Anti-nausea medicines usually start working 30 – 60 minutes after you take them.When you come home after being treated with cancer drugs, you may want to use these medicines regularly for 1 or more days. Use them when nausea first starts. Do not wait until you feel very sick to your stomach.If you are vomiting after taking any of your medicines, tell your doctor or nurse.Things You Should Avoid You should avoid some specific kinds of foods when you have nausea and vomiting:Avoid greasy and processed foods, and foods that contain a lot of salt. Some of these are white breads, pastries, doughnuts, sausage, fast-food burgers, fried foods, chips, and many canned foods.Avoid foods with strong smells.Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and carbonated drinks.Avoid very spicy foods.When to Call the DoctorCall your doctor if you or your child:Cannot keep any food or liquid downVomit 3 or more times in 1 dayAre nauseous for more than 48 hoursFeel weaknessHave feverHave stomach painDo not have to urinate for 8 hours or moreReferencesAbrahm JL, Fowler BF. Nausea, vomiiting, and early satiety. In: Walsh D, Caraceni AT, Fainsinger R, et al, eds. Palliative Medicine. 1st ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2008:chap 169.Hainsworth JD. Nausea and vomiting. In: Abeloff MD, Armitage JO, Niederhuber JE, Kastan MB, McKenna WG, eds. Abeloff?s Clinical Oncology. 4th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone; 2008:chap 39.Review Date:8/10/2012Reviewed By:Linda J. Vorvick, MD, Medical Director and Director of Didactic Curriculum, MEDEX Northwest Division of Physician Assistant Studies, Department of Family Medicine, UW Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Washington; and George F. Longstreth, MD, Department of Gastroenterology, Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program, San Diego, California. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc.
Caroline Wozniacki launched her title defence at the Australian Open with a comfortable 6-3 6-4 win against Belgian Alison Van Uytvanck in the first round on Monday.The third-seeded Dane broke Van Uytvanck once in each set and kept her unforced errors down to win the baseline battle in an hour and 33 minutes in the first match of the evening session at the Rod Laver Arena.The 24-year-old Van Uytvanck, ranked 52, troubled Wozniacki with some well-disguised drop shots but did not have enough to register her maiden win at Melbourne Park in her fifth appearance in both singles and doubles.”Now I’m going to start crying. I never cry!”Bless #AusOpen | @CaroWozniacki pic.twitter.com/1YwMG40weJ#AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 14, 2019The champ is here @CaroWozniacki def. Uytvanck 6-3 6-4 in an impressive performance on RLA.#AusOpen pic.twitter.com/ZY0zHS0rB7#AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 14, 2019Wozniacki, who is battling rheumatoid arthritis, sealed the match with a forehand winner on her third matchpoint and will next meet Sweden’s Johanna Larsson, who progressed after Vera Lapko of Belarus retired while trailing 7-6(5) 3-0.
Vivo is all set to launch the successor to the V11 Pro and V11 in India next month. The follow-up of the V11 will be the Vivo V15, while the successor to the V11 Pro will be called V15 Pro. India Today Tech has learnt that Vivo will launch the V15 Pro first in India and it will then be followed by V15. Vivo will apply the same strategy to its V15 phones which the company used for the V11 series. This means that Vivo will launch the V15 Pro in India, and after a few days, the V15 will go official.The launch date of the V15 Pro is yet to be confirmed by Vivo, but we can confirm that the smartphone will be launching in and before last week of February. The Vivo V15 Pro will be surely launching before the MWC 2019 kicks off on January 24. Unlike some media reports claim Vivo will not launch the V15 and V15 Pro together. In fact, the V15 will be announced in India a few days after the launch of the V15 Pro.Over here at India Today Tech we have already confirmed that the Vivo V15 Pro will come with a 32MP pop-up selfie camera. A new report now reveals that the V15 Pro will sport three cameras on the back panel. A Twitter user who goes by the name I_Leak_VN posted a few renders V15 Pro cover which reveals that the smartphone will come with triple rear cameras. The leaked cover of the phone further suggests that the V15 Pro will have the 3.5mm headphone jack unlike most phones that are going wireless.advertisementOverall, the Vivo V15 Pro will be a much-improved version of its successor V11 Pro. The key highlight of the V11 Pro was the in-display fingerprint sensor. The successor phone, V15 Pro is also expected to come with in-display fingerprint sensor but it will be a much-improved one. The key highlight of the V15 Pro will be the pop-up selfie camera which we have previously seen on the Vivo NEX.With the V15 Pro, Vivo is looking to bring the flagship experience to the mid-range segment. Most V series phones from Vivo was mid-ranged and cost around Rs 25,000. The V11 Pro retails for Rs 25,990 in India right now. We are yet to know the price of the upcoming V15 Pro but considering the rumours and Vivo’s track record the new V series phone might be priced between Rs 25,000 and Rs 30,000.ALSO READ | Oppo F11, F11 Pro and R17 Neo may launch in India soonALSO READ | Redmi Note 7 used as chopping board, crushes watermelon into pieces in latest durability testsALSO READ | Nokia 9 PureView five rear cameras, Nokia 6.2 punch hole display teased for MWC launch
Arsenal Alexis Sanchez posts cryptic messages on Instagram Last updated 2 years ago 01:34 9/4/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(6) Getty Arsenal A. Sánchez Bolivia v Chile Manchester City Chile Bolivia WC Qualification South America Premier League The striker made his first comments since remaining with Arsenal at the transfer deadline and taking part in two heavy defeats for club and country Arsenal attacker Alexis Sanchez has made his first comments since failing to move to Manchester City, taking to Instagram to post cryptic messages.Sanchez has been rumoured as wanting leave the Gunners for Manchester City for much of the summer.Arsenal 7/1 to win the Europa League Article continues below Editors’ Picks Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina A move to City may have fallen through on deadline day after Arsenal failed to land the services of Thomas Lemar from Monaco, with Sanchez reportedly furious at not getting the move.To compound a rough deadline day, Sanchez started in Chile’s heavy 3-0 home defeat to Paraguay in World Cup qualifying, days after he was on the end of a 4-0 Arsenal loss to Liverpool.And on Instagram Sanchez posted four quotes, with the opening message asserting: “When the world reminds you of your defeats, remind them of your unforgettable victories.”Another read: “A winner is just a loser who tries more than once.”A third said. “What you do matters, but the reason you do it matters much more.”The final one said: “You will realise that what today seems like a sacrifice, will end up being the greatest achievement of your life.”While Manchester City fans may see those with delight and Gunners fans with dread, it seems likely Sanchez is talking about his international situation in those quotes, especially in the first one after Chile won Copas America in 2015 and 2016.But Chile currently sits fourth in South American World Cup qualifying, level on points with Argentina for the last automatic qualification spot. They are a mere two points up on Peru, who sit in sixth place and are not currently in a qualification place.Sanchez and his international team-mates will get a chance to bounce back from that loss on the road against Bolivia on Tuesday.His chance to wipe the bad taste from the Liverpool loss with Arsenal will come on Saturday against Bournemouth.
Liverpool Topics Share on Messenger Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Share on Pinterest Maribor Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has said he must be patient for first-team opportunities at Liverpool as he is still developing and adapting to Jürgen Klopp’s methods.The England international scored his first goal for Liverpool since a £40m deadline day move from Arsenal in Tuesday’s 7-0 Champions League rout of Maribor. The strike, which Klopp claimed would lift the midfielder’s confidence and “open his chest”, followed an impressive substitute’s display against Manchester United on Saturday. Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share via Email news Oxlade-Chamberlain, however, has made only one start under Klopp – the Carabao Cup defeat at Leicester City – with the manager saying a training schedule interrupted by international breaks has not helped the deadline-day signing to adapt. The 24-year-old accepts he must bide his time to impress at Anfield.“It’s a competitive team that I’ve come in to,” said Oxlade-Chamberlain. “We’re in an important part of the season where we want to get off to a good start and we’ve got a few results that haven’t gone our way. Everyone’s fighting for their place and I’m just ready for when I get the opportunity. I need to keep developing and learning a new style of play here and get used to that and then whenever I get my opportunities, try to do as well as I can.”Liverpool had endured a frustrating run of one win in eight matches before recording their biggest European away victory in Slovenia, with results not reflecting the level of often dominant performances. But everything “clicked” in Maribor, according to Oxlade-Chamberlain.He added: “I think we started with the right intensity. The manager said when we come to these places it’ll be a tough game, we can’t be complacent, we need to give them 100% effort and I think the boys did that right from the off. Even at half-time he was still pushing for us to do better and react again because we thought they’d come out and give it a good go, so the boys reacted really well again after half-time and ultimately we got everything we deserved.“More to the point we were more clinical, putting away all our chances, or near enough all of them. Every week it feels like we’ve got a lot of goals in us and it’s just not clicking right at the final moment. I think we create a lot of opportunities and I hear people saying the stats are always Liverpool have 20 shots a game, so if we keep doing those things – that’s the important thing, that we keep creating chances and keep trying and hopefully it’ll come off for us and against Maribor they did.” Read more Champions League Reuse this content Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah lead Liverpool rout of Maribor
Championship Sunderland suspend Gibson after drink-driving charge Ryan Benson 19:45 18/3/2018 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Getty Images Championship Sunderland The former Manchester United midfielder was charged with “driving with excess alcohol” after his involvement in a road traffic accident Championship strugglers Sunderland have announced that they have suspended midfielder Darron Gibson after he was charged for “driving with excess alcohol” on Saturday.Gibson, who came through the ranks at Manchester United and also played for Everton, was involved in a road traffic accident and later charged for being under the influence.The Republic of Ireland international had only recently been allowed back on the road following a 20-month driving ban for hitting a cyclist while driving, also with “excess alcohol” in his system on that occasion. Editors’ Picks Williams case shows Solskjaer isn’t holding Man Utd’s youngsters back – he’s protecting them Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Gibson, 30, has played 15 times in the Championship this season, but is unlikely to feature again soon as Sunderland have opted to suspend him and investigate.Club statement regarding Darron Gibsonhttps://t.co/oYCdnc969p— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) March 18, 2018Club chief executive Martin Blain said: “We expect the highest standard of behaviour from our players and should any individual fall short of those standards then robust action must be taken.”
How to Choose the Right Dress Shirt Why Mental Health Matters (and Why It’s Time to Change Our Perspective) Retinol For Men: What to Know and What to Buy Sure, you’re into the latest grooming lotions and potions. But are you ready to make Botox a regular part of your grooming routine? It’s gone more mainstream than you think, and Botox for men may be just the tip of the anti-aging iceberg. According to The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the number of men having cosmetic procedures has increased 325 percent since 19. Wow!In fact, TV analyst, Hall of Famer, and former pro football and baseball player Deion “Primetime” Sanders is now the spokesperson for the Botox brand. “I’ve always taken pride in my appearance. Turning 50 prompted me to take an honest look in the mirror. When I did, I noticed lines between my brows and in the corners of my eyes — and that’s just not Prime. So that’s why I’m telling men is that, if they’re like me, and don’t like seeing frown lines and crow’s feet, they should talk to a doctor. I did, and with his help, made the choice to get treated with Botox Cosmetic.”In case you’re curious about taking the plunge, we reached out to plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer, MD, FACS for his insights on using Botox to refresh trouble spots and keep you in your prime.Have you seen a steady uptick in the number of men seeking Botox?There certainly is a greater number of men coming in for Botox treatments. There are several groups of patients that see improvement of their wrinkles with Botox. Some are younger guys in their 20s to 30s that start to see the early stages of aging and want to do some preventive Botox. Others are starting a new stage of life — either a career change or divorce — and seek improvements in their looks, while others are worried about looking older at work or are actively interviewing for work and want to maximize their appearance during the interview process.Do you find that your patients have specific reasons for treatment? Do they want to look younger because they’re dating or back on the job market? Or, do men just want to look their best?Yes, either prevention, improving their appearance, or treating trouble areas between their eyebrows (labella), to the sides of their eyes (crow’s feet), or forehead worry lines. Also, we commonly use Botox to help slim the face by injecting in the masseter muscle along the jawline or in the chin to prevent dimpling of the skin. Another common use of Botox in men is for underarm sweating. One treatment per season can decrease sweating by more than 90 percent.What is the average age of your male patients?The average age of a male patient seeking Botox for the first time is 40. In women, it’s closer to 30 years old.Should men start using Botox at a younger age to prevent wrinkles?Yes, preventive Botox is a real thing. Using Botox to soften dynamic wrinkles with movement decreases stress on the skin and prevents the development of static wrinkles that you can see even at rest.Are there particular areas of the face that bother men more than women? Are there trouble spots specific to men?The most common area for men are the squinting lines to the sides of the eyes. These are commonly called crow’s feet. The most common area for women is the “11’s” or glabella, which is the area between the eyebrows with vertical wrinkles. Both men and women are seeking treatment for the horizontal forehead lines.Wrinkles and laugh lines often give men their rugged good looks. Is there a way to refresh a man’s complexion without taking away from the character of his face?The goal with Botox in men is to soften the wrinkles without affecting animation or character. I would rather under-treat someone and have him, or her, come back for more than to over-treat someone and have them look abnormal.Are most men happy with the results? Do they come back as often as your female patients?Botox for men and women is the No. 1 treatment over all other treatments in any specialty. Botox has a very high satisfaction rate, lower complication rate, no downtime, and is very cost-effective compared to doing other treatments, such as laser or surgery.Do you think there is a stigma attached to Botox for men or has the treatment gone mainstream? As with most things, society has evolved. While in some circles the use of Botox may not have started yet, in metropolitan an areas, in the financial and business world, men are taking care of themselves and concentrating on their appearance, which involves the use of Botox.Also, with the exponential rise of social media and camera phones, people are more aware of their appearance. Many camera phones do not have selfie flashes, so the pictures are not washed out with the exposure of the flash — this makes wrinkles more apparent and people come in looking for treatment. Smart Practices for Drinking With the Environment in Mind How Does a Vasectomy Work: Your No-Frills Guide to Getting Snipped Editors’ Recommendations
Thousands of students from schools across the island are expected to converge at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium in Trelawny on Friday (February 22) for the first national Jamaica Day celebration.The national activity will be a celebration of Jamaica’s culture and will feature a parade, reading of the Jamaica Day Proclamation, drumming, performances by gospel choirs, among others.Speaking at a recent JIS Think, Director of the Culture in Education Programme in the Ministry of Education, Amina Blackwood-Meeks, informed that within the stadium, “a gala will be mounted that will centre the students in the experiences that some of us had in 1962. ” “We want to build a generation that will be centered in memories that will drive their understanding of their citizenship,” she stated.Ms. Blackwood-Meeks told JIS News that the six education regions will be asked to mount displays depicting their interpretation of the Jamaica Day theme: ‘Celebrating Jamaica: I’m On It’This interpretation, she explained, should be centered on their uniqueness, for example, “the region in which Trelawny falls, which has yam and Usain Bolt, they would have a different interpretation from the region in which St. Thomas Technical High School falls, being the place in Jamaica where the sun rises first, hence the name Golden Grove.”Agencies such as the African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica (ACIJ)/Jamaica Memory Bank; Social Development Commission (SDC); Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT), Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC); National Library of Jamaica; and the Jamaica Library Service (JLS), are expected to participate. Education Outreach Officer at the ACIJ, Tracian Meikle, told JIS News that“on Jamaica Day, we will be putting on a display showcasing Jamaica’s culture.”“It will focus on persons or groups that have really fought to make Jamaica what it is today. For example, we will have a display showcasing Maroon artefacts, the period of slavery, and abolitionists, who actually fought to make us free”. The event is scheduled to start at 9:00 a.m. Aspects of the extravaganza will be transmitted live on CVM Television, which is one of the event partners.Ms. Blackwood-Meeks said that in addition to the national event, schools will be required to celebrate Jamaica Day in their own way. “But whatever we do, we want to make sure we involve our communities, the Parent-Teacher Associations (PTA) our police, our youth clubs, our churches, and so,” she stated.
Story Highlights “The commissioning of the review was never driven by any pre-conceived notion that Jamaica should sever its membership of CARICOM or other regional arrangements. Our ultimate goal, which I believe we have accomplished, was to undertake a long overdue forensic analysis of CARICOM’s structure, procedures and practices with a view to maximizing the benefits accrued at the national and regional levels”, said Prime Minister Holness. Prime Minister Andrew Holness has reiterated that Jamaica will continue its relationship with the CARICOM. Prime Minister Andrew Holness has reiterated that Jamaica will continue its relationship with the CARICOM.Prime Minister Holness gave the assurance yesterday (June 19) while opening the Parliamentary Debate on the report of the Commission to Review Jamaica’s Relations within the CARICOM and CARIFORUM Frameworks.“The commissioning of the review was never driven by any pre-conceived notion that Jamaica should sever its membership of CARICOM or other regional arrangements. Our ultimate goal, which I believe we have accomplished, was to undertake a long overdue forensic analysis of CARICOM’s structure, procedures and practices with a view to maximizing the benefits accrued at the national and regional levels”, said Prime Minister Holness.The Prime Minister stated that the report, produced by the Commission led by Chairman, former Prime Minister Bruce Golding, is focused and informative and will become an integral part of the resources available to the region.“We can all agree that the report is timely and that it represents a significant milestone in the on-going dialogue across the region on whether the integration movement is indeed serving the interest of our nationals and Member States”, explained the Prime Minister.The report of the Commission was tabled in Parliament on February 6, 2018, by Prime Minister Holness. It contains thirty-three (33) key recommendations. The Prime Minister said some of the recommendations that have the greatest potential for implementation in the short to medium term include performance management, financial management, development financing, institutional framework and economic relations.In the meantime, Prime Minister Holness said that while Jamaica agrees that negotiating through CARIFORUM would offer greater leverage and would facilitate a stronger negotiating position, it would be imperative that CARICOM’s relationship with CARIFORUM be realigned if it is to gain any tangible benefits from this option.In this regard, the Prime Minister noted that the Government is in the process of reviewing and repealing the Customs Act in order to better fulfil the country’s obligations under the World Trade Organisation Trade Facilitation Agreement.The CARICOM Commission’s mandate was to review the effectiveness of existing arrangements within the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), as well as to explore the strengthening of strategic partnerships within the CARICOM and CARIFORUM Frameworks.The Prime Minister noted that since the report was made public there have been several meaningful reactions to its contents and recommendations from a wide cross-section of interested parties within and beyond Jamaica’s borders. Prime Minister Holness gave the assurance yesterday (June 19) while opening the Parliamentary Debate on the report of the Commission to Review Jamaica’s Relations within the CARICOM and CARIFORUM Frameworks.
Kolkata: Several miscreants hurled country-made bombs and stones at policemen in front of the BJP Parliamentary delegation which visited Bhatpara on Saturday afternoon.The three-member team, led by former Union minister S S Ahluwalia, entered the area flouting the prohibitory order under Section 144 CrPC. However, the Congress and CPI(M) leaders were gheraoed and forced to leave the area. The team visited the houses of the two deceased and spoke to their family members. Local BJP MP Arjun Singh also accompanied them. Also Read – City bids adieu to Goddess DurgaLocals alleged that it was due to police firing that the duo had died. In front of the MPs, brickbats were hurled at the police personnel and senior officials were heckled. The police resorted to lathi-charge to bring the situation under control. A large contingent of police force led by Commissioner of Barrackpore Manoj Verma reached the spot and brought the situation under control. Raids are on to arrest the outsiders. Ahluwalia said after returning to Delhi that he would submit a report to Union Home minister Amit Shah. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersMeanwhile, an uneasy calm prevailed in vast areas surrounding Bhatpara and Kankinara. The educational institutions were closed and despite assurances from the police, most of the shops did not open. The police conducted route march in the area and pickets have been set up in front of the lanes and bylanes from where the attacks are being launched. Bhatpara has been witnessing frequent post-poll violence between the rival parties. The fight has intensified ever since Arjun Singh crossed over from the TMC to the BJP and won the Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, under which Bhatpara falls. In the by-election to the Bhatpara Assembly seat that was held along with the Lok Sabha polls, Arjun Singh’s son Pawan defeated TMC candidate Madan Mitra. The district administration has promulgated prohibitory orders under Section 144 CrPC in Bhatpara and Kankinara. Already, two persons have been killed in the clashes and around 10 injured, including four policemen. BJP is allegedly trying to take control over the area. Party supporters are reportedly visiting the houses of Trinamool Congress supporters and threatening them to either join the saffron brigade or stay away from politics. They have also forced the local Muslims to join the party assuring protection. Partha Chatterjee, secretary general of the Trinamool Congress, questioned the entry of the three-member delegation flouting the imposition of Section 144 CrPC in the area.
Beijing: Just a few days after confirming the name of its upcoming TV, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has confirmed that it would be launched first in Indian markets in September. In a post on OnePlus forum on Tuesday, CEO Pete Lau told his community members that India would be the first market to get the OnePlus TV because the company has great relations with the content providers in the country. “We have always had a very positive relationship with content providers in India, who have always been willing to partner with us, which guarantees great content for our users,” he said. Also Read – Swiggy now in 500 Indian cities, targets 100 more this year Other markets including North America, Europe and China would receive the TV soon after. “We are also working hard to launch OnePlus TV in North America, Europe and China regions as soon as we establish partnerships with most of local and regional content providers,” Lau added. According to reports, a recent filing with the Bluetooth SIG suggests that the OnePlus TV would run Android and use LED panels in sizes between 43 and 75 inches.
Last week, Save the Children held A Night of Motown at the Roundhouse in London.The event, sponsored by RB, was attended by over 350 guests including Helena Bonham Carter, Mollie King, Sarah Lancashire, Myleene Klass, Lenny Henry, Natasha Kaplinsky, Mark-Francis Vandelli, Jonathan Yeo, Marc Quinn, Alexander Armstrong, Denise Lewis, Tim Rice and Jon Snow and raised over £2.1million for the charity through sponsorship, table sales, pledges and auction items.The phenomenal bill included incredible performances and collaborations from cornerstone artists of the Motown genre; Mary Wilson, founder of one of the most successful female singing groups in recording history: The Supremes and Tito Jackson who has spent his life enchanting music lovers as a member of The Jackson 5. These legends were joined on stage by a newer generation of artists including soul-pop sensation John Newman, British soul & R&B singer songwriter Lemar and a surprise performance by British recording artist, radio presenter and musical theatre actress Beverley Knight, who all helped bring the sound of Motown from its heartland in Detroit to London, NW1 for Save the Children.In addition, Henry Wyndham, Chairman of Sotheby’s Europe, conducted a live auction. Two tickets to Adele’s concert in London sold for £15,000 to co-host for the evening Helena Bonham Carter, whilst a special edition of the award-winning series of the Trip at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons accompanied by comedians Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan was won by Tim Rice for a staggering £18,000.Co-hosted by Save the Children supporter and actress Helena Bonham Carter and Sir Alan Parker, Chairman of Save the Children International, and sponsored by the charity’s longstanding partner RB, this special evening will raise significant funds to make a real difference to the lives of millions of the world’s most vulnerable children: keeping them safe from harm; making sure they’re healthy, well-fed and warm; giving them the chance to go to school and have the chance of a better future. Millions are fleeing violence and persecution, most notably in Syria and Iraq, which has sparked a global refugee crisis on a scale not seen since the Second World War. Save the Children is working to ensure every child, no matter where they are, is safe, protected and has access to life-changing education.Guests enjoyed a salmon crudo with chilli, ginger and avocado, followed by barbequed rump and braised shoulder of lamb with smoked potato, tomato, baby spinach and black pepper caramel and pudding canapés including a white chocolate and muscavado blondie and a New York cheesecake with blueberry jam for dessert. This delicious feast was accompanied by Clarendelle, inspired by Haut-Brion rouge 2011 and blanc 2014, generously donated by HRH Prince Robert of Luxembourg on behalf of Domaine Clarence Dillon, as well as a choice of Mint Julep, I Heard It On The Grapevine and Detroit Iced Tea cocktails.Five years on from its inauguration, Save the Children’s annual event at the Roundhouse has become the must-attend calendar event. With each passing year, the international children’s charity has celebrated in a unique, intimate way, the very best of a potent musical genre – blues, disco, reggae and funk & soul, and this year was no exception with A Night of Motown.Rakesh Kapoor, CEO RB said: “We are very proud to once again be the headline sponsor for this wonderful event, which brings together loyal supporters to raise vital funds and awareness for children in some of the toughest places around the world.”
Miami: Novak Djokovic put his Indian Wells disappointment behind him on Friday at the ATP and WTA Miami Open with a ruthless 7-6 (7/2) 6-2 destruction of Australian Bernard Tomic to move into the third round. The Serbian world number one endured a meek exit at the hands of German Philipp Kohlschreiber in the California desert but arrived desperate to land what would be a record seventh title in South Florida. Tomic, the current world No. 81, gave the 31-year-old a few problems yet the Australian struggles to consistently challenge the best players and this was evident once again as Djokovic eased through the gears at Hard Rock Stadium with just one hour and 13 minutes on the clock. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh “In Indian Wells I wasn’t feeling my best,” conceded Djokovic who won 81 per cent of points on his first serve and hit 11 aces. “Everyone has nerves coming onto center court regardless of how much experience you have and what your ranking is. You care about it and if you are nervous that means you care. “I commonly feel like that. This was my first time playing at this new stadium, it felt like being indoor a little bit. It’s unique. “Now hopefully,” he added, “I can build some momentum.” On a day that saw Djokovic, top-ranked woman Naomi Osaka and 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams advance, the shock of the day was the departure of Indian Wells Masters winner Dominic Thiem, who was beaten 6-4 6-4 by highly rated Polish 22-year-old Hubert Hurkacz. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced later Elsewhere, there was disappointment for Kei Nishikori. The fifth seed lost to Serbian Dusan Lajovic 2-6 6-2 6-3 but reigning champion John Isner outlasted Italian qualifier Lorenzo Sonego 7-6 (7/2) 7-6, (9/7). Japanese star Osaka had to keep her emotions in check as she opened her campaign by outlasting Yanina Wickmayer 6-0 6-7 (3/7) 6-1. Since winning her second consecutive Grand Slam title in January at the Australian Open, Osaka has failed to go deep in Dubai or Indian Wells. But she appeared in solid form against 141st-ranked Wickmayer, despite losing her way in the middle of an entertaining match at Hard Rock Stadium. The 21 year-old was forced to dig deep after the Belgian, who reached the Miami Open last eight in 2010, forced a third set as Osaka’s game badly dipped. – ‘Just breathe’ – ================== “In the second set, I got really emotional, so in the third, I just tried to shut off my feelings,” Osaka said. “I started thinking about winning and not the things I could do in order to win. I had a dip and she started playing really well. “I just had to breathe and regroup,” she said. “I find myself doing it often when I am in emotional situations, it’s like an energy saver.” Next up in the third round is Taiwan’s Hsieh Su-Wei, who defeated American Alison Riske 6-2, 7-5. The pair had a rollercoaster clash in the Australian Open at the start of 2019 with Hsieh a set and 4-1 up in Melbourne only to lose a dramatic third-round encounter. Serena Williams survived a second-set lull to beat Sweden’s Rebecca Peterson 6-3 1-6 6-1 and elder sister Venus also advanced with a 7-6 (7/4) 6-1 win over Spain’s Carla Suarez Navarro. There will be a repeat of last week’s WTA final in Indian Wells between Bianca Andreescu and Angelique Kerber. Canadian 18-year-old Andreescu, who brilliantly won her maiden WTA title in California, beat American Sofia Kenin 6-3 6-3 to book a third-round meeting with three-time Grand Slam winner Kerber, who saw off Russia’s Karolina Muchova 3-6 6-3 6-3.
Rabat – The Russian Ice Stars company will perform their famous musical production, “Peter Pan on Ice,” on March 28 and 29 in the theater of Mohamed V in Casablanca.For the first time in Morocco, the Russian Ice Stars will entertain a Moroccan audiences with their adaption of J M Barrie’s much loved magical adventure, Peter Pan.The famous fantasy story will be portrayed on the stage of Mohamed V theater hall, which will be transformed into a spectacle of theatre and ice-skating. The story takes the audience “to Neverland where you’ll meet pirates, Indians, Peter Pan and of course everyone’s favorite baddie, Captain Hook in their ice-skating adventure,” according to the Ice Stars’ website.Doors open at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on March 28 and at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on March 29.Tickets to the show are fixed at MAD 200 (about $20) and can be purchased online on at: maroctickets.ma.
Boys have been lagging behind girls in academic achievement in recent years, and John Storm says it’s a modern dynamic that signals trouble.John StormStorm, a community volunteer and owner of Oxford Learning in St. Catharines, worries for our social and financial future. Young men are earning fewer degrees, gaining fewer employable skills and lagging behind girls in test scores, he said.Storm will be the main speaker at an upcoming Community Learning session on Oct. 17 entitled “The education of boys: our goals and fears.”“I hope by the end of the evening that we have a few people who can spark the same conversation with other groups of people,” he said. “This is an important issue.”The session is just one of 14 Conversation Cafés planned for the Community Learning fall season. “The education of boys: our goals and fears” will be moderated by Kim Yielding, manager of communications and public relations with the District School Board of Niagara. Storm will speak for about 15 minutes, followed by about an hour of group discussion.“We know a couple of things,” said Storm, who hosts a weekly current affairs show, Taking Niagara by Storm, on TV Cogeco. “We know that boys are failing academically like never before. We know that their communication skills are lagging.”Kate CassidyIn a transitioning area like Niagara where unemployment is high, it’s important that our young men are flourishing, he said.“My hope is that if we get 15 or 20 people in a room, we can get things done, even if it’s to get more people talking about this.”Getting people talking is the purpose of Community Learning, now in its second year. Other topics this season include “Can human differences peacefully co-exist?” on Nov. 6 and “Why do we hide hurt, illness, and injury?” on Nov. 14.• Download the Community Learning brochure with a full list of sessionsCommunity Learning tackles topics that are current and appeal to a broad range of people, said director Kate Cassidy.“We try to bring different people together from across Niagara who wouldn’t typically have the opportunity to interact with each other to discuss questions with no easy answers and hear other’s unique perspectives.”Conversation Cafes are free and held in meeting rooms and coffee shops across Niagara, Cassidy said. Some people come with statistics. Some people come with opinions.“Whatever people want to bring to it, we want them there,” she said. “If they want to come listen, that’s important. If they want to come talk, that’s important too.”Community Learning also hosts Community Discovery events such as the Willowbank School of Restoration Arts on Oct. 15, and “Family Learning Adventures” such as the Robo Tech: Vehicle Challenge on Oct. 15 in Fort Erie and Mega Mystery Niagara at Brock on Oct. 22.Storm will also participate in the session “Why get involved in the community? Motivations, benefits and methods” on Nov. 21.The education of boys: our goals and fearsWhen: Monday, Oct. 17, 7 to 8:30 p.m.Where: Coffee Culture, 4388 Queen St., Niagara FallsCost: free
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedPresident Granger says he accepts CCJ ruling, but still wants House-to-House registrationJune 18, 2019In “latest news”Guyana risks becoming pariah State if Govt doesn’t respect rule of law – TeixeiraJune 24, 2019In “latest news”Pres. Granger hopes for GECOM’s position on early elections within a weekAugust 9, 2019In “latest news” President David Granger has signaled his government’s intention to appeal the High Court’s ruling on the challenge against the house-to-house registration, if the outcome is not favourable.Chief Justice Roxanne George is slated to rule on the cases on August 14 – that is, she will determine whether the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) should proceed with the exercise in light of the Guyana Constitution and the ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).When asked this morning if he will accept an unfavourable ruling, President Granger said: “We are ready to pursue any legal action that we feel would be a favourable outcome to have credible elections in Guyana.”“Our concern is credible elections and we have said that over and over again that if the list is flawed then we must correct it,” he posited.When asked pointedly if this means his government will appeal the ruling, if it is not favourable, the Head-of-State contended “I said what I said”.Christopher Ram, a political commentator, lawyer and accountant, has filed a challenge against the ongoing house-to-house registration exercise on the grounds that it violates the CCJ ruling and the Constitution that elections must be held within three months after the passage of a no-confidence motion against a government.The APNU/AFC government was defeated by a no-confidence motion on December 21, 2018.
Epiroc, one of the leaders in mining and mining equipment automation development, says it is constantly pushing the boundaries in the rock excavation industry. Proof of this is that the world’s first fully autonomous SmartROC D65 surface drill rig, is now in production.“In the midst of the 4th industrial revolution, Epiroc presents an important milestone for surface drilling in open-pit mining and quarrying. With a push of a button it is now possible to complete entire drill patterns autonomously.”Not only will this remove the operator from potentially hazardous benches in a mine or a quarry, it will let the operator carry out other tasks while the rig is drilling. Other benefits are increased productivity and better hole quality. This means more holes drilled per shift, in part because automating the drilling process results in continuous operations without breaks and with less wear on drilling tools. In addition to this, positioning is faster and more accurate.Epiroc says the achievement would not have been possible if it wasn’t for the strong partnership between Epiroc and Newmont Goldcorp and their dedicated staff in the Hollinger open-pit mine in Timmins, Canada. Epiroc’s 6th Sense way of working was used to implement and develop the fully autonomous SmartROC D65. In the project, Epiroc and Newmont Goldcorp collaborated on a tailored solution that gathers ongoing insights to optimise process and people performance and unlock the potential of machine automation using interoperability.“The Hollinger project is a perfect example of collaboration between a mining company and Epiroc, which demonstrates what our industry is capable of achieving. The future is very exciting,” says Brian Doffing, President of the Surface and Exploration Drilling division at Epiroc.Autonomous drilling employs already existing technologies developed by Epiroc, such as Rod Handling System (RHS), Hole Navigation System (HNS) and Auto Positioning. Another crucial factor is the scalability of the Rig Control System (RCS).“To make this work we are using the smart functions on the drill rig that are already there. Since we developed these functions over the years we have a good understanding of how to incorporate them in the autonomous mode,” says Mayya Popova, Product Manager Automation, Surface and Exploration Drilling division at Epiroc.
The installation of a FLSmidth KREBS millMAX™ pump at Namawka Diamonds’ Kao mine, in Lesotho, is, according to the mining equipment maker, providing the miner with significant cost savings through increased impeller, casing and back liner wear life.FLSmidth’s engagement at Kao started when the mine required a pump conversion in the field – an undertaking that can be difficult and time consuming, according to the mining OEM. “It is also a high-stakes operation as a cyclone feed is critical to the overall process and ability to generate returns. A wrong decision can mean a lot of lost revenue,” the company said.It was the potential for cost efficiency that convinced Kao diamond mine to implement the KREBS millMAX Pump. After initial discussions, the first trial pump – a millMAX 8×6 centrifugal seal (C/S) – was installed in a cyclone feed application (DMS 2 pump 1).Initial results after seven months showed the millMAX was performing extremely well on the wear side, according to FLSmidth.“So, once you get the green light, you need to confirm the duty details and measure up the existing installation to ensure that when you begin to install the pump there are no surprises,” the company said.Brad Moralee, Head of Product Unit Pumps, Cyclones and Valves at FLSmidth, said: “It’s high pressure for us: you are typically given a window of opportunity during a shutdown to complete the change, after which the new pump must run as expected when the plant is re-started.“You need the combination of a great product but, more importantly, great technical understanding of the duty to be able to propose the correct solution. We understand what is at stake from the customer side.”The change produced impressive results in comparison with the previous solution from another supplier, according to FLSmidth, with the millMAX increasing the wear life by nine times, across impeller, casing and back liner. “This has seen Kao make significant cost saving on direct replacement costs, reduced downtime and saved labour expenditure,” the company said.While Kao mine operators were impressed with the benefits from the switch, a slight gland leakage was causing concern, according to FLSmidth. To resolve this, FLSmidth suggested running a one-month trial with the slurryMAX, which had just recently arrived on the South Africa market.“The slurryMAX trial was based purely on its sealing capabilities as Kao were confident of the hydraulic performance of the pump and had no concern about wear as they were confident the slurryMAX would show predictable and even wear life across all wet-end parts,” the company said.Kao’s confidence also came from the fact the slurryMAX design is based on the millMAX range, whose wear ring technology has created an efficient and long-lasting slurry pump.The main difference between the millMAX and the slurryMAX is that the millMAX is an all-metal pump meaning it does not have an outer casing and an inner wear liner (the casing itself is made from the high chrome wear material), while the slurryMAX is a split casing design that has a replaceable inner liner. The purpose of this design is that multiple material liner options are available to fit in the same outer casing.“The slurryMAX features an improved, more efficient impeller and an optional water drain plug for easier maintenance, allowing water that might have settled at the bottom of the pump to be drained quickly,” the company said.Leigh Rieder, FLSmidth Sales Engineer, concluded: “Kao is extremely happy with the hydraulics and lack of excessive wear of our pumps, which has meant that their cost of ownership is low. We have recently received an order from the customer for two more slurryMAX pumps and they have expressed interest in our slurryMAX 6×4 and slurryMAX 10×8 pumps.”