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first_imgAn overhead shot of Tennessee player dunking against Kentucky.KNOXVILLE, TN – FEBRUARY 27: J.P. Prince #30 of the Tennessee Volunteers dunks the basketball against Eric Bledsoe #24 of the Kentucky Wildcats at Thompson-Boling Arena on February 27, 2010 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Tennessee defeated Kentucky 74-65. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)It is no secret that Memphis (Tenn.) University School offensive tackle and Ole Miss commit Drew Richmond is major target for Tennessee. The Vols are hosting Richmond on his final official visit before signing day on Wednesday, and the student body at today’s Auburn-Tennessee basketball game was well aware of Richmond’s presence. Here’s a Vine of the UT students chanting for the big-time recruit:Tennessee head coach Butch Jones is going all out for Richmond’s visit, personally hosting the prospect himself over the weekend. Jones not-so subtly attempted to get the student section to up its intensity as he and Richmond walked by.Five-star treatment for a five-star prospect. If Richmond doesn’t end up flipping to the Vols this week, it won’t be for lack of trying on Tennessee’s part. [ RockyTopInsider ]last_img read more


first_imgzoom Dry bulk shipping company Safe Bulkers has unveiled plans to offer its common stock in an effort to raise funds for the acquisition of secondhand vessels.With a par value of USD 0.001 per share, the public offering would include a 30-day option which would be granted to the underwriters to purchase additional common stock “solely to cover over-allotments, if any,” Safe Bulkers said.Additionally, the company informed that an entity owned and controlled by Polys Hajioannou, the chief executive officer of the shipping firm, will invest in Safe Bulkers’ common stock through the purchase of shares either in the public offering or through a private placement.The net proceeds of the offering would also be used for capital expenditures and other general corporate purposes, which may include repayment or settlement of Safe Bulkers’ financial obligations.In early October, Safe Bulkers opted to sell two newbuilding vessels, the Japanese Panamax class vessel and the Kamsarmax class vessel, to entities owned by Hajioannou for a total of USD 48.2 million.Scheduled to be delivered in the first quarter of 2017, the Panamax and the Kamsarmax were appraised by independent third party brokers at USD 21.5 million and USD 24.5 million, respectively.last_img read more


first_imgNew Delhi: India’s coal import increased by 14.5 per cent to 24.01 million tonnes (MT) in May this year. The country’s coal import was at 20.96 MT in May 2019, according to a mjunction services report, which is based on monitoring of vessels’ positions and data received from shipping companies. The report comes at a time when the government is looking at relaxing the timeline for the one billion tonne coal production target it had set earlier for Coal India (CIL), which accounts for over 80 per cent of the domestic coal output. Imports during May this year stood at 24.01 MT (provisional) as compared to 26.3 MT (revised) in April, 2019. The provisional figure for April 2019 stood at 20.72 MT. Of the total import during May, non-coking coal was at 17.74 MT, while coking coal import stood at 3.8 MT. Metallurgical coke import during the month was at 0.31 MT. “Sufficient stock at power plants led to lower non-coking coal imports in May. There may be some restocking of material in June ahead of monsoon as stock levels have decreased marginally. Coking coal bookings also remained low as mills waited for import offers to subside before restocking,” mjunction MD & CEO Vinaya Varma said. mjunction – a joint venture between Tata Steel and SAIL – is a B2B e-commerce company and also publishes research reports on coal and steel verticals. The Centre had earlier urged state-owned Coal India to pledge self-sufficiency in production to eliminate import of thermal coal.last_img read more


first_imgMONTREAL — Quebec’s highest court has ruled that tricking a sexual assault suspect into providing his DNA does not constitute a privacy violation.Giovanni D’Amico had appealed his 2014 conviction for the brutal sexual assaults of four Montreal sex workers. Among his arguments was the claim that police had no right to collect his coffee cup during an undercover operation.D’Amico, whom police had identified as a suspect in a string of assaults dating back to 2002, was invited to what he thought was a business meeting in April 2008. He was in fact meeting an undercover Montreal police officer, who cleared their cups from the table when the coffee was done. D’Amico’s was then collected by another undercover officer.A DNA analysis revealed a possible match with genetic material found on two victims of unsolved sexual assaults. That allowed police to obtain a court order to take a formal DNA sample, which contributed to his conviction. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison on three counts of sexual assault, one of sexual assault causing bodily harm and one of assault.The Appeal Court analyzed the question of whether police have the right to collect “abandoned” DNA from citizens and make use of the samples and store them for as long as they see fit.At trial, the accused sought to have the DNA evidence excluded, arguing that his constitutional rights had been violated — in particular the protection against unreasonable search and seizure. He also argued that he enjoyed “an expectation of privacy” with regard to his DNA, which he said is highly private and personal information.The arguments were rejected at trial, and the DNA evidence was allowed. The Appeal Court has upheld that finding in a lengthy decision dated Jan. 22.It found the collection of the cup was planned by police in a public place. D’Amico did not object to the undercover officer clearing the table, and “he continued to work on his computer, without concerning himself with the fate of his cup,” the judgment notes. The Appeal Court added that the subterfuge occurred in the context of the investigation of a murder for which D’Amico was a suspect. (He was later cleared of involvement in the killing.)“The judge concluded with good reason that (D’Amico) abandoned the cup and there was not in this case any violation of his right to respect of his privacy,” wrote Justice France Thibault, one of three appellate judges to hear the case. She noted the police had sufficient grounds to suspect D’Amico based on witness descriptions of the attacker and his vehicle matched his appearance.One of the judges, Martin Vauclair, dissented in part. He concluded the police operation infringed the accused’s Charter right not to be subjected to unreasonable search and seizure.But he said the trial judge was nonetheless correct to allow the evidence. Noting D’Amico’s bodily integrity had not been interfered with and police had not acted in bad faith, he said “exclusion of the evidence would be more likely to bring the administration of justice into disrepute than its admission.”Stephanie Marin, The Canadian Presslast_img read more


Day three of the 2019 federal election campaign sees the leaders hunkering down in Ontario and Quebec after Thursday’s leaders debate. In this live story, we’ll be tracking the campaign news as it happens.4:00 p.m. — A PPC candidate spat erupts over anti-racist videoA People’s Party of Canada candidate says he was booted from the party for asking leader Maxime Bernier to denounce racism in his ranks, but the party says it’s because Coquitlam–Port Coquitlam candidate Brian Misera broke elections rules.Misera posted a series of social media videos decrying racism in the party and complaining about being confronted about it while campaigning.“I mean, you should understand how hard it is to go out and canvas and talk to people. I don’t want to be berated by people who think I’m an actual Nazi,” said Misera.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.The next day, Misera was out of the party, which he attributed to his criticism of the leader. But now the PPC is saying they booted the candidate for violating election rules about candidates acting as their own financial agent.Hmm, @MaximeBernier’s camp is saying former PPC candidate @BrianMisera wasn’t booted for asking Bernier to denounce racism – he was booted for violating Elections Canada rules after admitting to being his own Financial Agent. #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/gvwAQGpZm3— Rachel Gilmore (@atRachelGilmore) September 13, 20192:00 p.m. — More social media pitfalls for candidatesThe early days of the campaign are still turning up surprises for the parties about their candidates’ social media history.One Conservative candidate apologized for past comments on social media, while another has stepped aside, writes Tom Blackwell.Arpan Khanna, the candidate for Brampton North, apologized for allegedly homophobic comments he made on Twitter nine years ago, when he said he was a teenager. Cameron Ogilvie, who was the Conservative candidate in Winnipeg North, stepped aside over offensive comments he had made about Muslims.The NDP has had two candidates step aside and, before the campaign kicked off, the Liberals turfed a candidate in Montreal for comments that Jewish advocacy group B’Nai Brith decried as anti-Semitic.10:20 a.m. — Scheer offers up a transit tax creditConservative leader Andrew Scheer thinks his proposed public transit tax credit will save some families up to $1,000 a year.That tax credit is a policy brought in by the Harper government, which was quickly dumped by Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government. Some economists have thrown cold water on the idea that the tax credit can influence behaviour and push people to take transit who wouldn’t have done so otherwise.10:15 a.m. — Trudeau leaves the door open on Bill 21 interventionAsked again about Quebec’s Bill 21 on religious symbols, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau repeated his line that he personally deplores the law, but thinks any intervention by the federal government would be “counter-productive.” Trudeau did say that he’s not entirely closing the door on a possible intervention, though.Trudeau was in Trois-Rivières to boost a plan to provide start-up money for entrepreneurs.9:45 a.m. — Singh tackles cell phone and internet billsNDP leader Jagmeet Singh thinks his plan to cap cell phone and internet bills will save some Canadians up to $250 a year.“I don’t want to make anyone an enemy but I do want to take on the powerful,” said Singh. That’s been a constant theme of the NDP campaign so far — Singh talks a lot about having the “courage” to take on powerful interests.“We are paying some of the highest bills in the world when we talk about cell phones and internet services,” said Singh.9 a.m. — Where are the leaders today?Conservative leader Andrew Scheer will be in Mississauga, Etobicoke, and Brampton on Friday. He kicks off his day at a GO Transit garage in Mississauga, where he will be taking questions from reporters.NDP leader Jagmeet Singh will be spending his day in Toronto, first bu detailing his party’s plan to lower Canadians’ cellphone and internet bills, followed by a speech to the Canadian Club and then  a pizza party at Olivia Chow’s house.Liberal leader Justin Trudeau begins his day in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, where he will make a policy announcement at 9:30 a.m. Then it’s on to Saint-Hubert, before finishing the day in Montréal, where he will speak at a campaign rally.Elizabeth May will be staying in Toronto on Friday morning for media interviews, before returning to B.C. in the evening to open a campaign office in Mission, B.C. read more


Free-agent forward Matt Barnes, who played the last two seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, was arrested late Monday night on an outstanding misdemeanor traffic warrant and for allegedly threatening a police officer.Barnes, a nine-year NBA veteran, was apprehended “as he was walking on a busy thoroughfare in the city about 20 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles,” according to the Associated Press.Manhattan Beach police Lt. Steve Tobias said Barnes was uncooperative when he was stopped by police — and that Barnes was going to be booked for allegedly threatening the officer, which is a felony.Authorities said the warrant was for driving on a suspended license.According to City News Service, Barnes was arrested by an officer who was aware that the 32-year-old forward had an outstanding warrant for a misdemeanor traffic offense. According to NBC Los Angeles, Barnes had not paid a $26,000 warrant.He paid that, plus the remaining $25,000 in bail, and was released from the Manhattan Beach Police Department’s jail just before midnight Pacific time.In September 2010, two months after the Lakers signed him to a two-year, $3.67 million deal, Barnes was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence. Then-fiancee Gloria Govan disputed the booking at the time, and Barnes ultimately was not charged in connection with that incident.The Los Angles Times reported earlier this month that the Lakers are not expected to re-sign Barnes, preferring instead to go with 23-year-old forward Devin Ebanks. Barnes did not provide the Lakers with the consistent energy and defensive effort it expected from him.He had a chance to solidify his role with the team when Metta World Peace was out serving a lengthy suspension. But Barnes got in foul trouble and was anemic on offense.He is probably among the top 20 remaining free agents, but NBA team had shown much interest in procuring the services of the veteran swingman, who has also played with the Sacramento Kings, New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers, Golden State Warriors, Phoenix Suns and Orlando Magic. Surely this latest arrest will not be looked at favorably to teams. read more


first_imgHundreds of civil service jobs for Brexit negotiators have not been filled days before talks formally begin about the UK’s departure from the European Union, the public spending watchdog has warned. The Government has created jobs for over 1,000 civil servants to negotiate Brexit but only filled two thirds of them just days before talks formally start, the publc spending watchdog has found.The report will cause alarm in Whitehall because Theresa May, the Prime Minister, will formally start the two year process of Britain leaving the EU on Wednesday next week. It suggested that projects should be prioritised, with the Government halting schemes that “it is not confident it has the capacity to deliver”. The NAO said: “Government projects too often go ahead without government knowing whether departments have the skills to deliver them.”The report said: “Government is facing ever-increasing challenges in providing public services. Continuing budgetary restraint is putting pressure on departments, which are already managing important reforms with fewer staff and smaller budgets.  It said ministers had accepted the need to do more on workforce planning but “progress so far has been slower than the growth in the challenges the civil service is facing”.The NAO said Brexit will add to the strain on a civil service already struggling to cope with major projects.The Government needed to show “greater urgency” in filling skills gaps in Whitehall, it said. “The decision to leave the EU also means government will have to take on tasks previously undertaken by others, requiring the development of skills not previously planned for.”Amyas Morse, the head of the NAO, said: “Government has gaps in its capability and knows it must do more to develop the skills it needs. A report from the public spending watchdog said in a report that hundreds of jobs remain unfilled at the Department for Exiting the European Union and Department for International Development.The National Audit Office said: “As of February 2017, the civil service has created over a thousand new roles in the new departments and elsewhere to prepare for exiting the EU and negotiating new trade agreements.“Two-thirds of the roles have been filled, mostly by transferring staff from elsewhere in government. There has not been a commensurate increase in the overall size of the civil service.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.center_img There has not been a commensurate increase in the overall size of the civil serviceNational Audit Office “It is making plans to do so but the scale of the challenge ahead means greater urgency is needed. “Without a short-term solution to its capability gaps, government must get better at planning and prioritising its activities and be prepared to stop work on those it is not confident it has the capability to deliver.”Sir Jeremy Heywood, the head of Civil Service, said: “The UK is well placed to deal with the challenges, and take advantage of the opportunities, that lie ahead as we prepare for Brexit.“We are focused on delivering this Government’s commitment to leave the EU and get the very best deal for the UK. We are equipping ourselves with the right people and the right skills across government to make this happen. Leaving the European Union will “further increase the capability challenges” facing the Government, it said, as officials take on responsibilities previously handled in Brussels. “At the same time, the civil service is also working hard to make sure that all the priorities of the Government are being delivered.”last_img read more


PC Harper’s Facebook shows photographs of him scuba diving and hiking with Ms Harper. The couple travelled extensively together, including to Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.The police officer, who was recently based at Abingdon police station, had been planning to take part in a charity run at the Dirty Weekend 2020 Burghley, a 20-mile obstacle course near Peterborough, for Children with Cancer UK.   Lissie Harper and her husband PC Andrew Harper, who was killed while answering a call to a burglary Sally Benatar, the leader of the Met’s South West London Borough Command Unit wrote on Twitter: “So sad to read this. PC Harper was the officer in the case when my then husband was arrested for domestic violence in 2016. “He was on Thames Valley Police’s Response then. He was brilliant and gave me the courage to take steps to change my life. I can’t thank him enough. He was a top officer.”One of PC Harper’s former police colleagues, Fred Swanborough, wrote: “God bless, such a lovely bloke, had the pleasure of working alongside him for a short period last year.. Thank you for your service PC Harper, RIP.”PC Harper’s young widow, who studied at Henley College, runs a print business and online gift from nearby Wallingford, selling handmade stationery and accessories she makes herself. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. In a recent Facebook comment to one of her own posts, Ms Harper, 28, said: “I can’t believe our wedding was almost two weeks ago, we have just had a sneaky peak of some of our photos from our amazing photographer. Thank you so much to everyone who came and who helped to make it the most perfect day, The sun was shining and the venue was incredible. We could not have asked for more.” PC Harper, who was born in Oxford, joined Thames Valley Police in 2010, first as a special constable, becoming a regular uniformed officer the following year. Lissie Harper and her husband PC Andrew Harper, who was killed while answering a call to a burglary At one stage he was assigned to the force’s Joint Operations Roads Policing Unit based at Amersham, covering a busy area which includes the M40 and A40, dealing with road accidents and vehicle crime.One particularly significant tribute came from a fellow officer who said PC Harper had helped her when she was the victim of domestic violence. Police Constable Andrew Harper had been married to his fiancee Lissie for barely a month when he was mown down by a car while attending the scene of a burglary on Thursday.The couple, who had been together for 10 years before they got engaged in Italy in May 2017, had been due to go on their honeymoon in a few days.Now his young widow and their wider family have been left “absolutely bereft” at his death in the line of duty.Photographs posted by the couple on their Facebook pages at the end of July show them at their “dream wedding”, happily posing for photographs in the landscaped Georgian grounds of Ardington House, near Oxford.One picture shows Lissie holding a romantic card from pc Harper which read: “Life is slippery. Here, take my hand.”PC Harper’s uncle Dale Shrimpton, from Burnham, near Windsor, wrote on Facebook: “He’s my oldest nephew. My sisters first born. Mum and dads first grandson… And was married two weeks ago at a dream wedding. We are devastated. He was the loveliest person that you will ever meet. I can’t begin to tell you how we feel..The 28-year-old policeman’s grandmother, Maureen Shrimpton, added her own tribute, saying: “Just a really horrible day. Our grandson Andrew was killed last night while doing his police work. So proud of him. Our love goes to his lovely wife, Mum and Dad, brother and all of his family and friends.” read more


first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Greek lawmakers voted to cut off state funding to the far-right Golden Dawn party early on Wednesday, the latest effort by the government to clamp down on a party it has branded a “neo-Nazi criminal gang”.Golden Dawn had steadily risen on the back of an anti-austerity and anti-immigrant agenda to become Greece’s third-most popular party, until the killing of a left-wing rapper by a party supporter last month triggered the government crackdown.A legislative provision passed by 235 lawmakers in the 300-seat parliament suspends state funding to political parties if their leaders, or a tenth of their lawmakers, are charged with involvement in a «criminal organization» or «acts of terrorism». The move could deprive Golden Dawn of a major financial resource.Athens has earmarked 11 million euros for elected parties in 2013, including 873,000 euros ($1.20 million) for Golden Dawn.After entering parliament last year and appearing virtually immune to frequent accusations of violence against immigrants and leftists, the party has been on the defensive since the fatal stabbing of 34-year-old Pavlos Fissas.The killing prompted prosecutors to investigate party lawmakers over a series of crimes and Prime Minister Antonis caused Samaras’s conservative-led government to probe the police force. Samaras has vowed to wipe out the party and described it as a «gang of neo-Nazis» that threatens democracy.Golden Dawn’s leader, Nikolaos Mihaloliakos, and two senior lawmakers have been put behind bars pending trial on charges of participation in a criminal group. This is the first time that elected politicians have been jailed in Greece since a military coup in 1967. Three other lawmakers, who were arrested, have been freed pending trial. They were ordered to stay in the country.Parliament has stripped four more MPs of their immunity to allow a deeper investigation into accusations against them.If convicted, Golden Dawn lawmakers face a prison sentence of up to 10 years. If they are acquitted, the party will receive the state funds it is owed.Golden Dawn, with a red-and-black swastika-like emblem, has tapped into Greeks’ anger at the political class and won support with promises like ridding Greece of immigrants and sealing its borders with landmines.But since Fissas’s killing, the party’s support has fallen by about a third.The party rejects accusations of violence and the neo-Nazi label. All six lawmakers who have been charged deny the allegations against them, saying they are being persecuted because of their nationalist beliefs.Golden Dawn abstained from the vote and said the funding cut-off would only disrupt its community initiatives, such as «for-Greeks-only» food handouts and blood donations.“This provision is unconstitutional and illegal,» Golden Dawn lawmaker Ilias Kasidiaris said during the debate.In turn, Golden Dawn last month filed a lawsuit over state funds the co-ruling Socialist PASOK party received in 2007-2010.Source: Reuterslast_img read more


first_imgPremière mondiale : l’ablation d’un utérus par un robot à LilleL’ablation d’un utérus par voie vaginale avec un robot a été réalisée début mai pour la première fois au monde par une équipe de chirurgie gynécologique du CHRU de Lille, rapporte le quotidien La Voix du Nord.”L’hystérectomie, l’ablation de l’utérus, est une intervention fréquente chez la femme”, a indiqué à La Voix du Nord le professeur Cosson, qui a contribué à Lille à cette première mondiale : l’hystérectomie à l’aide d’un robot.À lire aussiLicenciement massif de robots dans un hotel au JaponEn général, cette opération est réalisée par des chirurgiens pour des pathologies bénignes comme des règles beaucoup trop abondantes ou la présence de fibromes. Par ailleurs, plusieurs voies sont possibles pour l’ablation de l’utérus, rappelle le journal : la technique abdominale, la technique coelioscopique et la chirurgie vaginale, qui ne laisse pas de cicatrices.C’est sur cette dernière technique que l’équipe de chirurgie gynécologique du CHRU de Lille s’est penchée. La nouveauté de leur méthode, jamais observée auparavant, réside dans l’utilisation d’un robot pour cette chirurgie. Selon le professeur Cosson, il permet de “mieux traiter les situations délicates”.Un robot de ce type coûte toutefois plus d’un million d’euro et nécessite 140.000 euros chaque année pour la maintenance, précise La Voix du Nord. Ils pourront donc difficilement se multiplier rapidement dans les centres hospitaliers, même si une quarantaine d’entre eux sont actuellement utilisés dans les hôpitaux publics et privés de France.Selon le quotidien, une opération similaire est prévue dans une quinzaine de jours.Le 19 mai 2011 à 11:01 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more


first_imgQuand nos émotions associent la musique aux couleursDes chercheurs de l’université de Berkeley ont réalisé une étude basée sur la “synesthésie” opérée lors de l’écoute d’une musique. Les 100 personnes interrogées devaient associer chaque morceau (en fonction des émotions inspirées) à une couleur. La musique et le son jouent un rôle important dans notre ressenti, nos émotions ainsi que dans la perception que l’on peut avoir de notre environnement au moment de l’écoute. Mais l’association qui existe entre nos différents sens va bien au-delà de ce qu’on pense. C’est ce que révèle une récente étude réalisée par des chercheurs du département Vision Sciences de l’université de Berkeley aux Etats-Unis. Publiée dans la revue PNAS, celle-ci montre que notre cerveau associe systématiquement des couleurs aux musiques écoutées. Plus fascinant encore, quelle que soit la personne, les différents types de musique seraient associés à la même couleur. La plupart du temps ces associations se feraient alors en fonction des émotions ressenties. Pour arriver à cette conclusion, les chercheurs ont mené trois expériences faisant participer quelque 100 personnes venant de la baie de San Francisco et de Guadalajara au Mexique. Une couleur pour chaque musique Au cours de ces travaux, 18 morceaux de musique étaient proposés ainsi qu’une palette de 37 couleurs. Dans la première expérience, les volontaires devaient choisir 5 couleurs qui correspondaient le mieux à la musique proposée. Parallèlement, cette dernière avait été classée au préalable, sur une échelle d’émotions, allant de heureux à vraiment triste et passant par ennuyeuse, gaie, apaisante ou encore violente etc. Les couleurs elles, allaient de teintes très vives à plus sombres. Les résultats ont alors démontré que les musiques ressenties comme tristes, lentes, sur un mode mineur, inspiraient davantage les couleurs froides comme le bleu ou le gris. En revanche, les musiques rapides, enjouées, sur un mode majeur se superposaient à des couleurs chaudes, orangées, brillantes. “De façon surprenante, nous pouvons prédire avec 95% de précision à quel point la couleur choisie sera joyeuse ou triste”, en se basant sur le caractère joyeux ou triste de la musique qu’ils sont en train d’écouter, a expliqué Stephen Palmer cité dans un communiqué de l’université.Les deux autres expériences ont également étudié les émotions durant l’écoute de musique et l’observation de couleur et ont confirmé l’hypothèse des chercheurs selon laquelle “les émotions communes sont responsables des associations entre la musique et les couleurs”, a précisé Karen Schloss, co-auteur de l’étude. Un exemple de “synesthésie”Cette expérience est en réalité un parfait exemple d’un phénomène déjà connu des scientifiques, la “synesthésie”. Il s’agit d’un processus neurologique qui associe naturellement deux ou plusieurs sens. On connaît ainsi les associations couleur/forme, lettre de l’alphabet/couleur et désormais musique/couleur. Pas moins de 152 formes de synesthésie auraient été répertoriées par l’association américaine en 2004. Au cours de l’expérience, ce phénomène est apparu car stimulé par les chercheurs mais il faut savoir que certaines personnes éprouvent telle ou telle sorte de synesthésie dès la naissance. D’après les chiffres, environ 4% de la population serait concernée. La vraie synesthésie surviendrait alors de manière involontaire chez ces personnes ou bien suite à la consommation de drogues hallucinogènes. Quand la musique est bonneÀ lire aussiPourquoi certains s’évanouissent-ils à la vue du sang ?Cette expérience démontre une fois de plus l’importance des sens dans le fonctionnement de notre cerveau. Mais l’étude n’en est pas restée puisque Palmer a poussé les travaux en demandant cette fois aux sujets d’associer des mimiques à la musique écoutée. Ici encore, les morceaux enjoués comme le Concerto pour flûte n°1 de Mozart inspiraient des signes de contentement sur les visages, tandis que le Requiem en ré mineur du même auteur (cette fois-ci assez sombre) générait des visages colériques ou anxieux. Ces observations pourraient désormais être utilisées dans les thérapies créatives, la publicité ou dans de nombreuses créations visuelles combinant musique et image. Les dessins animés, notamment, qui associent les couleurs en fonction du dessin de manière assez aléatoire aujourd’hui, pourraient s’aider de ces nouvelles connaissances. Mais si les résultats sont “similaires au Mexique et aux Etats-Unis” selon Palmer, l’Université de Berkeley ignore ce qu’il en est pour la Chine ou la Turquie. C’est donc là-bas que se concentreront les prochaines recherches. En effet, les musiques traditionnelles turques font appel à une échelle musicale plus vaste que majeure et mineure. Un “vocabulaire” musical différent qui pourrait entraîner des perceptions différentes sur chaque population.  Le 2 juin 2013 à 13:28 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more


first_img Tags Croatia’s entry for Eurovision 2019 is everything you could want from the Eurovision Song Contest. Thomas Hanses/Eurovision Every May, half the world tunes into a little song contest called Eurovision, ready to lose their minds over a flurry of smoke machines, eye glitter and obscure Baltic disco-pop. And every May, the rest of the world wonders why everyone is so obsessed with smoke machines, eye glitter and obscure Baltic disco-pop.Welcome to the Eurovision Song Contest — the world’s biggest, best and downright strangest TV event. The contestants have sung their hearts out and the hopefuls have been cut down through two semi-finals into a cohort of nations that will battle it out in the grand final. You can check out the full list of contestants through to the grand final here. (Hell yeah, Australia!)If you’ve never heard of Eurovision, you’re officially out of the loop. This year, Madonna is rumored to be performing at the show and Will Ferrell is even working on a film about Eurovision for Netflix. Not to mention the fact it’s the world’s longest-running song contest and an event treated with sheer reverence across Europe. Get out your sequins and your sexy chicken coop dancing cage, because we’ve got your full low-down on the Eurovision 2019. Euro-who?Eurovision is like the Avengers of pop-singing contests: the world’s biggest heroes (of European pop) unite to destroy the forces of darkness (by singing fabulously). And just like Avengers, there’s normally someone wearing a bejewelled glove.First held in 1956, the Eurovision Song Contest is an annual competition that brings together nations from the European Union (plus honorary countries like Israel and Australia) to show off their amazing local singers, B-Grade Ukraine’s Got Talent winners and wildly-thrusting saxophone players (cannot unsee). It rakes in as many as 600 million viewers worldwide.Eurovision distilled into roughly 40 frames. Eurovision But it’s also more than just a frivolous way to keep the European fireworks industry afloat. The competition gave us ABBA and Waterloo (Sweden, 1st place, 1974). Celine Dion blew away the competition in a highly-questionable drop-waisted tutu (Switzerland, 1st place, 1988). And the song Volare? The song that kept Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin playing in lounge bars for decades? That was originally a Eurovision entry (Italy, 1st place, 1958). Not only that, despite the fact rules state that songs can’t have a political message, it’s often a hotbed of geopolitical drama. In 2016, Ukraine’s haunting song 1944 referenced the ethnic cleansing of the Crimean Tatars by the Soviet Union in 1944. It was a strong political statement that went on to win, and was particularly poignant considering Russia’s annexation of Crimea just two years prior, in 2014. Germany’s Dschinghis Khan twirls up a storm at Eurovision in 1979. Eurovision And Portugal’s entry in 1974? That song was seen as a secret signal to the Portuguese people to start Portugal’s Carnation Revolution. How many other song contests do you know that have started a revolution? (Katy Perry’s outfits in American Idol don’t count). How it worksEach country’s act sings a song, always live and normally chosen through that country’s local equivalent of American Idol. Over two semifinals and a bumper grand final, they compete to win… pretty much nothing. No cash prize. Usually no massive international touring career. Nothing except the prestige of vaunting over their fellow European nations while high-kicking in their spangly pants.This year’s contest is being held in Tel Aviv, Israel (the country won last year and so gets the honor of hosting this year). Forty-one countries will compete across two semifinals on May 14 and 16, with the 26 best (and weirdest) competing in the grand final on May 18.Votingeurovision-2019-icelandIceland 2019. There’s a lot happening here.  Thomas Hanses/Eurovision It wouldn’t be a European tradition if there wasn’t some needlessly complex and byzantine voting process to go with it!Here’s the basic rundown: The countries in each of the two semifinal brackets get to vote on the other contestants in that bracket (but not for entries in the other semifinal group). During the final, all the countries from the competition can vote.But Eurovision is kind of like the United Nations Security Council — there are five permanent members who traditionally qualify automatically for the grand final because they contribute the most financially to the European Broadcasting Union (the event organizers). The “Big Five” as they’re known (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK), plus the host country (who is also last year’s winner — in this case, Israel) get to vote in one semifinal each, and they get a spot in the grand final regardless of how terrible their performance is (ahem, I’m looking at you, Great Britain).The stakes are as high as Cezar’s falsetto dubstep opera from 2013. Eurovision Points are awarded by countries in two pools. First, each country has a jury of respected music industry types and their verdict makes up half of that country’s vote. Each national jury allocates points to their 10 favorite entrants: 12 points for the best, 10 points for second, and then a run down of 8, 7, 6 points and so on down to 1. The other half of the country’s total point allocation comes from a popular vote (done via televoting back home). The most popular acts according to the general public are ranked, with the top act given 12 points, and the next given 10 points and then 8 points down to 1 for their remaining picks. Alright, still with me? Good. Because the scores are read in French. And “Douze Points” is what you want!Countries can’t vote for themselves, but this is Europe so there are old allies who always vote for each other, like the UK and Ireland, the Nordic countries and so on. The US can’t vote, but boy howdy can it watch it all go down.eurovision-2019-cyprusCyprus experiments with safe words at Eurovision 2019. Thomas Hanses/Eurovision How to watchIn the USAfter airing the competition in 2018, LogoTV did not renew the rights to broadcast for 2019 so that means Eurovision is currently without a home in the US. There were rumours Netflix could air Eurovision to generate buzz for its upcoming Will Ferrell film. But that would be an unusual move into live broadcasting for Netflix — the company would not comment on the record about its Eurovision plans but we’ll update here if we hear anything. In another blow for Eurovision fans Stateside, the official Eurovision YouTube channel looks to be geoblocked for US viewers, which seems like a tough blow considering it’s not available through any US providers. One eagle-eyed CNET reader pointed out that Semi-Final 1 is available on the website for Swedish broadcaster SVT, so for now that’s a good bet to get the stream legally. We’ve reached out to the European Broadcasting Union for clarity on broadcast in the US, and we’ll update here as soon as we hear something. For now, here are the local times for the finals.Semi-Final 1 — Tuesday May 14, 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)Semi-Final 2 — Thursday May 16, 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)Grand Final — Saturday May 18, 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)In the UKWe all miss the perfectly-scathing commentary of Terry Wogan, but this year Graham Norton will head up the Grand Final commentary on BBC1.Semi-Final 1 — Tuesday May 14, 8 p.m. GMT on BBC4Semi-Final 2 — Thursday May 16, 8 p.m. GMT on BBC4Grand Final —  Saturday May 18, 8 p.m. GMT on BBC1eurovision-2019-australiaAustralia’s Kate Miller-Heidke hitting a Kate Miller-Highnote. Thomas Hanses/Eurovision In AustraliaSuperfans can get up early in the morning to watch on SBS or SBS On Demand (that’s the time to vote!) or watch a primetime replay on the same channels. Australia’s entry, Kate Miller-Heidke, will be in Semi-Final 1. LiveSemi Final 1 — Wednesday May 15, 5 a.m. AESTSemi Final 2 — Friday May 17, 5 a.m. AESTGrand Final — Sunday May 19, 5 a.m. AESTPrimetime ReplaysSemi Final 1 — Thursday May 16 at 8.30 p.m. AESTSemi Final 2 — Friday May 17, 8.30 p.m. AESTGrand Final — Sunday May 19, 8.30 p.m. AESTThe entrants to watch in 2019eurovision-2019-netherlandsThe Netherlands are favorites to win Eurovision in 2019. Thomas Hanses/Eurovision You can see the full list of entrants here, but that’s a lot of Scando-ballads and Shawn Mendes-esque pop to get across in a short time. If you’re having a Eurovision Party (and you should), you’ll need to drop some knowledge over your borscht and strudel about the best contestants. Arcade by Duncan Laurence (Netherlands)If Eurovision in the 1970s was all ABBA and cape-twirling, then the Netherlands’ song in 2019 is Eurovision all grown up. This song is perfectly produced and it has a killer hook — “Loving you is a losing game” is a line you could definitely imagine on the next Bond song. This entry is the favorite to win on the betting sites (yes, you can truly bet on anything), and it’s radio-play ready.eurovision-2019-norway-2Norway! Needs! More! Fire! Andres Putting/Eurovision Spirit in the Sky by KEiiNO (Norway)This is Eurovision by the numbers at the start: sequins, smoke machines and off-duty liturgical dancers. But just as you’re about to get up for a cup of tea, Norwegian Vin Diesel busts out from the back and drops some phenomenal vocals that are part guttural chanting, part rap, all awesome. At first I thought it was a synthesizer — kind of like the yodel-goat synth in Justin Bieber’s Let Me Love You — but it’s actually chanting known as “joik” and it’s the traditional music of the Lappland people in northern Norway. This is why I love Eurovision: old folk music blended with banging pop. This. Song. SLAPS!Soldi by Mahmood (Italy)R&B in Italian? Yes please. Mahmood won the Sanremo Music Festival this year with Soldi and went to shoot a film clip that looks like it was recorded at his nonna’s place. Mahmood also sings one of the verses in Arabic (his father is Egyptian), noteworthy considering this year’s competition is being hosted in Israel. Zero Gravity by Kate Miller-Heidke (Australia)Australia? In Eurovision? You’d better bloody believe it! The Aussies have been in Eurovision since 2015 (the competition is like a second religion in Australia, which has a strong history of European migration). Kate Miller-Heidke’s offering is weird, operatic and crystal-encrusted. Douze Points s’il vous plaît.Scream by Sergey Lazarev (Russia)Just look at these lyrics: “Though my throat is on fire / My eyes will be liars / And they try to stay drier” — Russia is second favourite to win but that’s some first-rate phoning it in right there.She Got Me by Luca Hänni (Switzerland)The hook in this song is “She got me dirty dancing” which my friend insists is about that feeling when your crush gets you a Patrick Swayze DVD on sale.eurovision-2019-italyItaly’s Mahmood rehearses for Eurovision 2019. Thomas Hanses/Eurovision The best and weirdest Eurovision entries of all time How do you choose your favorite child? How do you catch a moonbeam in your hand? After 63 song contests, there is SO. MUCH. GOLD. Let’s relive the hands down, without a doubt, must-watch songs from Eurovision history… as a drinking game.Wings: Activate! Eurovision Hard Rock Hallelujah by Lordi (Finland, 1st place, 2006)Let’s start with the esoteric shall we? Finland’s Lordi melted the faces of the entire Eurovision crowd in 2006 with their half-death-metal, half-praise-music hit Hard Rock Hallelujah. Oh, and they were cosplaying as demonic hellbeasts. Drink: When lead singer Mr Lordi opens up his demon wings. Rise like a Phoenix by Conchita Wurst (Austria, 1st place, 2014)Thomas Neuwirth might have a breathtaking voice, but his stage persona Conchita Wurst is a cut above anything we’ve seen at Eurovision in years. When she took the stage in Eurovision 2014, she wasn’t a campy drag queen in a beard and a dress — she was transcendent. Drink: When you start rethinking your perceptions of gender.Dancing Lasha Tumbai by Verka Serduchka (Ukraine, 2nd place, 2007)It has been 12 years since Verka Serduchka exploded the Eurovision stage and they’re still prying pieces of disco ball out of the rafters. This song is unexplainable, the costumes are impossible and it is still the best — the BEST — example of Eurovision you will ever see. Drink: All the liquor on the table and then start dancing on top of it.Eurovision Song Contest - FinalsVerka Serduchka performs Dancing Lasha Tumbai Danzing at the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest. Johannes Simon/Getty Images Euphoria by Loreen (Sweden, 1st place, 2012)This will always be the best Eurovision song, accept no substitutes. When it’s 3 a.m. and you get a bigger response to a Eurovision track than you do for Darude’s Sandstorm you know you’ve got a beat that drops and a song that slays. Drink: A shot of tequila when the chorus hits. Party for Everybody by Buranovskiye Babushki (Russia, 2nd place, 2012)Look, it’s just a group of Russian nanas on stage, baking cookies in their oven while — what’s this?! Oh you better BELIEVE the beat just dropped! It’s a party for everybody and these Babushki are ready to get lit. Drink: Your best vodka.Let’s raise a toast to Eurovision, in all its fabulous glory. 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first_imgHasanul Huq InuInformation minister Hasanul Haq Inu has urged home minister Asaduzzaman Khan to bring those attacked journalists while performing their professional duties during the student movement in the city under the ambit of law, reports UNB.He made the call in a letter sent to the home minister on Tuesday.In the letter, the information minister said a number of journalists were injured in attacks during the student movement demanding safer roads.“Such attacks on journalists while performing their professional duties are unfortunate. It’s known to all that the incumbent government is always sincere about ensuring the safety of journalists,” he said.“I’m seeking your personal interference in bringing the attackers under the purview of law after considering the issue of journalists being injured while gathering news in recent times,” he said.Inu also said the home ministry’s efforts to maintain the law and order are laudable.At least seven photojournalists were injured in attacks by unruly youths in Jhigatala and Science Laboratory areas of the city on Sunday while taking snaps of an attack on protesting students.Witnesses said a group of youths, believed to be Bangladesh Chhatra League activists, equipped with sharp weapons and sticks swooped on some photojournalists while performing their duties, leaving seven of them injured.Three more journalists – special correspondent of sarabangla.net Golam Samdani, Mohona TV staff reporter Mainul Hossain Pinnu and Banglavision staff reporter – were injured in attacks while discharging their duties, according to Dhaka Reporters’ Unity.last_img read more


first_imgRelated posts:PHOTOS: ‘There’s a new normal in Puerto Rico’ Costa Rica’s elections 2018: a primer January’s here and the gloves are off: Costa Rica’s true campaign begins Legislative committee requests ethics sanctions against Costa Rican president Thesummary we published three weeks ago about the Chinese cement affair is now in the past, because every day since then has been packed with new developments, most of them public.This is like a telenovela with daily episodes – although those of us who have been following it closely would probably give it the same name as the popular U.S. sitcom, “Friends.” If your eyes are on the news, you know what I mean.With every day that passes, the word “trust” becomes more and more compromised in our institutional and political system. Costa Rica is truly testing the resistance of its society’s load-bearing pillars.Let’s take a look at the most important revelations of the last three weeks:–President Luis Guillermo Solís was seriously compromised because of his alleged special interest in the importation of Chinese cement, according to the communications that a former Customs director presented to the legislators investigating the case. The “big chief” wanted results, according to the messages sent by the Vice Minister of Finance, who later tried to explain that the comment was a mistake brought about by the legislator Víctor Morales Zapata. Zapata is a friend of the president’s and has been a major figure in the Chinese cement situation.–The President called for the resignation of all the members of the Board of Directors of the Banco de Costa Rica (BCR), which lent $35 million to the businessman who imported Chinese cem  ent under suspicious circumstances. Only two resigned. Of the five remaining directors, four created a bloc that seeks to oversee internal investigations of bank manager Mario Barrenechea, an old friend of Mariano Figueres, head of the Intelligence and Security Division (DIS) and President Solís’ right-hand man. The president suspended those directors and named replacements; whether that move was legally sound remains to be seen. The investigation into the cement case reached Casa Presidencial on Sept. 4, when President Luis Guillermo Solís responded to questions from legislators. Via Casa Presidencial–Manager Barrenechea, suspended with pay ($25,000 a month) until the end of October, testified before the legislators investing the case. Of course, he denied any irregularities in $35 million in credit for cement importer Juan Carlos Bolaños. He said he attended a meeting at Casa Presidencial before being named as manager, but that Casa Presidencial did not influence his appointment.–The pilot of the helicopter Bolaños often uses told the legislative committee that, on Bolaños’ instructions,  he has transported Paola Mora – a BCR director, former BCR president, and a friend of Barrenechea’s and Mariano Figueres’ – as well as legislators Otto Guevara, Rolando González and Johnny Leiva, all from different parties. The “cementazo” appears to demonstrate that in Costa Rica, agreements can indeed be forged beyond party lines. Guevara and Leiva said they made their trips because they are friends of Bolaños. (See? Cue the “Friends” theme song.)–A few blocks south at the Judicial Branch, the Public Ministry reopened its investigations related to Chinese cement, but days later we found out – once more, through the media – that the decisions not to pursue cases in February were based on requests from the Prosecutor’s Office that withheld proof: more than 1,000 communications between Bolaños and the legislators Otto Guevara, now a Libertarian presidential candidate, and Victor Morales Zapata, who resigned from the Citizen Action Party because of this case, as well as legislative advisor Wálter Céspedes of the Social Christian Unity Party, or PUSC. As a result of all this, the Chief Prosecutor was suspended for three months. A well-regarded investigator is taking his place, but the Judicial Branch has entered into a full-fledged crisis, and Judge Celso Gamboa remains under suspicion. Citizen Action Party (PAC) legislator Ottón Solís has been a leading figure in the legislative investigation of the case. Roberto Carlos Sánchez / Casa Presidencial–Also thanks to leaks to the press, we now know that the BCR suspended Juan Carlos Bolaños’ credit line, which provided $39 million to the business, even though only $10 million worth of cement entered the country; Bolaños took six months to return $12 million, and it appears that no one in the bank held him accountable. The last boat carrying Chinese cement could not unload and left the Port of Caldera after waiting there for a month. It seems that the Chinese cement import business is KO’d, but it certainly sparked a fire that is now consuming Costa Rican institutions and politics.No one in his or her right mind would stop watching this series. No one knows how it will end, or even how it really began. Still open is the question of what and who were really behind this attempt to import Chinese cement.The problem is that some of the effects of all this are already clear. Polls tell us that corruption is once more a national problem, and it’s certain that this will have some unhappy influences on the electoral campaign that will begin on Oct. 4. Trust – a key value for a bank, for a judicial brank and for politician – has been damaged, without any doubt. Our institutional system, which has provided Costa Rica significant development advantage over other countries, is creating more and more doubts among Costa Ricans. While this case doesn’t represent that origin of that problem, it has clearly caused citizen distrust to balloon and expand.The problem is that because of our history, in Costa Rica, we don’t know how to live in a state of distrust. 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