New Delhi: E-commerce major Amazon.in Thursday said it has expanded its ‘Pantry’ service to over 110 cities in the country as it bets big on the grocery category to drive growth in business. Amazon Pantry has been aggressively expanding its presence to smaller cities in the country. The service was available in 40 cities in November last year. “Consumables is a fast growing category for Amazon.in. Amazon Pantry has become popular with customers… We have now added more than 70 cities and towns in the last six-seven months to take the total number of cities covered by Amazon Pantry to 110,” Amazon India Director Category Management Saurabh Srivastava said in a statement. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documentsCustomers even in smaller cities like Ichalkaranji in Maharashtra, Kaithal in Haryana and Belgaum in Karnataka now have access to Amazon Pantry, he added. Through Amazon Pantry, customers get access to about 5,000 products from over 500 brands across categories like staples, household supplies, personal care, and others. In select cities like Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune, it allows customers to choose time slots to schedule order deliveries. Also Read – World suffering ‘synchronized slowdown’, says new IMF chiefAmazon is betting heavily on the grocery segment in India. The company has also committed $500 million to its food retail venture. The grocery segment accounts for a significant portion of the unorganised retail segment in the country. With people becoming comfortable buying even milk and bread online, the e-grocery market is projected to witness a strong growth over the next few years in India. Walmart-owned Flipkart as well as players like Grofers and BigBasket have also been strengthening their presence in the segment. In March, BigBasket raised about $150 million, while Grofers said it has raised $200 million funding earlier this month.
Tehran: Twitter has blocked accounts of some major Iran news agencies over alleged harassment of people who follow the Baha’i faith.The agencies speculated the blocking of their accounts occurred after British-flagged oil tanker was seized by the country in the Strait of Hormuz amid heightened tensions in the Gulf.Persian language Twitter accounts of the official Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Mehr News agency and the Young Journalists Club (YJC) news outlet were suspended due to Twitter rule violations, Sputnik News reported on Sunday. Also Read – Swiggy now in 500 Indian cities, targets 100 more this yearSome media reports said the accounts were suspended for targeted harassment of people associated with Baha’i — a minority faith in Iran.According to the English edition of Mehr News, the two agency’s accounts (@MehrDiplomacy and @MehrNews_FA) were blocked for unknown reasons.Twitter users noted that state-run media IRNA (@irna_1313) and the YJC (@yjcagency) accounts have also been suspended.Twitter was yet to issue an official statement on this.The accounts were blocked after Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps seized the tanker Stena Impero in the Strait of Hormuz for violating international maritime regulations.In June, Twitter pulled down almost 5,000 accounts suspected of being directly run or linked to the Iranian government.The micro-blogging site said all the account sets were originated in Iran.Twitter cracked down on a total of 4,779 pages and it took down at least 1,666 accounts in set one that originated in Iran. Cumulatively, these accounts tweeted nearly two million times.
WAWA, Ont. – The giant honking Canada Goose in Wawa, Ont., that has quietly greeted countless travellers for more than five decades is set to fly its concrete roost ahead of the formal arrival of a replacement on Canada Day.Hundreds of townsfolk and dignitaries are expected to be on hand for the lifting of a parachute shroud that will mark the unveiling of fowl’s latest incarnation.“It’s our identity, so it’s been important for us,” said Chris Wray, Wawa’s chief administrative officer.Even though everyone already knows what Goose III will look like, excitement is mounting in the town, which plans an array of festivities to mark the occasion, including drummers and a performance by Fred Eaglesmith, the alternative country singer-songwriter known for his songs about the quirky folk of rural Canada.The new bird — essentially a clone of its immediate predecessor — was made of stainless steel in Trenton, Ont., based on detailed drawings of the older one for about $300,000. It’s about 8.5 metres tall with a wingspan of about six metres and comes in pieces that are to be assembled on site on a refurbished plinth.“We’re hoping that they’re going to be able to put most of it together under the parachute so that we don’t ruin the big reveal,” Wray said.The popular goose, visited by about 50,000 people a year, has appeared on a Canada Post stamp, inspired the song “Little Wawa,” appeared in the Hollywood movie “Snowcake,” and has been photographed countless times. It was the brainchild of local businessman Al Turcott, the prime mover behind “Operation Michipicoten” in the early 1950s.That scheme involved recruiting four young men to trek through the bush to Montreal River — pretending to get lost along the way — to press home to governments the need to fill in a missing stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway. However, when the highway was completed almost a decade later, Turcott realized passing motorists would need a reason to make the turn into the town, whose name in Ojibwe means “wild goose.”Townsfolk, skeptical of his notion, were pretty sure Turcott would end up with egg on his face. History shows he didn’t.Made of plaster-and-mesh, Goose I was erected in time for the opening of the nearby highway on Sept. 17, 1960. But within a couple of years, it was in such poor condition, the story goes, residents awoke one morning to finds parts scattered around. Much fuss and feathers ensued. The search for a sturdier replacement began.But Goose I wasn’t about to fade away without a squawk. Turcott moved it to an attraction he had out of town on the Michipicoten River called Fort Friendship. After he died and the property sold, vandals swooped down upon the hapless bird.“The goose was like in terrible shape, bullet holes, everything, it was horrible,” Anita Young, 69, owner of Young’s General Store, recalls.A local prospector, Mickey Clement, salvaged the bedraggled bird — it bears little resemblance to its progeny — and moved it to a motel on the Trans-Canada just east of town. About 16 years ago, Clement asked Young if she would take it. She agreed — as long as she could pay it off in instalments.“They had two fork lifts that brought it from the motel up the highway to this place. It was pretty exciting, I thought,” Young said of the April 2001 transport. “I have it now (and) I’m really proud to have it on my property. A lot of tourists don’t realize.”Goose I, badly in need of a spruce in the form of paint, now perches quietly beside her store, a little more than a kilometre from where Goose II, more rusty than rustic, is counting down the last days of its 50-plus years of welcoming visitors.One lingering question is why, in the 1980s, Goose II seemed to cross the road — although the answer appears to be “to get to the airport.” Puzzled locals remember finding huge goose footprints one morning leading from the statue, across the parking lot, and down the highway to the airport. An old newspaper report says crews from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., were called out for the cleanup.Young’s son Allan Young said last week the prints were the handiwork of his late father Bill Young and buddy Fern Provost.“They never admitted to it,” Allan Young told The Canadian Press. “But we still have the stencil they used.”As has been the case for decades, Goose I has lived in the shadow of its successor and, not surprisingly, will be largely ignored amid the focus on the formal welcoming to town of Goose III on Canada Day.One of those expecting to be on hand for the unveiling is Ken Lee, 83, of B.C.’s Salt Spring Island, who stood next to the original metal bird at the opening of the Trans-Canada back in 1960. As a Wawa councillor, it was Lee who proposed his wife’s idea of a contest — with a $50 prize — for a design for Goose II. Council went for it.Dutch ironworker, Dick van der Cliff, was the winner — his scale model still adorns council chambers. Council agreed to pay $5,000 for the big bird. Van der Cliff ran out of money but council refused to cough up more.“It was a real bargain,” Lee said.Like Goose I, Goose II will live on — in some form. Pieces, such as the head and a few intact feathers, will go to large donors. Other bits might be turned into stamped miniatures and sold, with a certificate of authenticity. Money raised would go toward maintenance of Goose III, which is expected to last at least 50 years.In recognition of the bird’s importance, both the federal and provincial governments kicked in about two-thirds of its cost.
OTTAWA — The Conservatives are asking the federal judicial affairs commissioner to investigate the leak of confidential information about former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould’s controversial choice for chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.Conservative justice critic Lisa Raitt has sent a letter to Marc Giroux arguing that the leak “strongly suggests” that “political actors” leaked information about an appointment to the country’s highest court.If so, Raitt says, it would be “an egregious case of political interference … that severely injures the independence of the judiciary.”Raitt’s letter comes two days after The Canadian Press and CTV reported that Wilson-Raybould and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau clashed over whom to appoint to the top court upon the retirement of Beverley McLachlin as chief justice in 2017.Sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity in order to discuss details of the normally confidential process, said Wilson-Raybould urged Trudeau to name Glenn Joyal, chief justice of Manitoba’s Court of Queen’s Bench, to fill both McLachlin’s spot on the bench as a justice from western Canada but also the chief justice role.They said Trudeau was disturbed to discover that Joyal took a restrictive view of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and had criticized the top court for liberally interpreting it to include “new rights” not explicitly mentioned in the charter; the court’s broad interpretation has led to things like legalization of same-sex marriage and the striking down of Canada’s abortion law and prohibition on medically assisted dying.Trudeau ultimately appointed Alberta judge Sheilah Martin to fill the western slot on the Supreme Court and elevated sitting Justice Robert Wagner to the role of chief justice.Wilson-Raybould said Monday there was “no conflict” with Trudeau on the matter but otherwise declined to comment, saying the selection process for Supreme Court justices is confidential and any disclosure “could compromise the integrity of the appointments process and potentially sitting justices.”However, on Wednesday, citing an anonymous source, the Globe and Mail reported that Wilson-Raybould recommended Joyal as part of a broader plan to appoint an Indigenous judge to the role of chief justice of Manitoba’s Court of Queen’s Bench — which would have been a first for a superior court in Canada. The newspaper also said Wilson-Raybould believed Joyal held a more liberal view on the charter of rights than Wagner, although the report cited evidence to the contrary.The Canadian Bar Association and the Manitoba Bar Association have also criticized the disclosure of information about the appointment process.The leaks suggest Trudeau may have had reasons unrelated to the SNC-Lavalin affair to move Wilson-Raybould out of the prestigious justice portfolio in a mid-January cabinet shuffle. She was moved to Veterans Affairs but resigned from cabinet a month later amid allegations that she had been improperly pressured last fall by the Prime Minister’s Office to intervene to stop a criminal prosecution of the Montreal engineering giant.Wilson-Raybould has since said she believes the move was punishment for her refusal to instruct the director of public prosecutions to negotiate a remediation agreement with SNC-Lavalin. Such an agreement would have forced the company to pay stiff restitution but saved it from the risk of a criminal conviction, which could threaten the viability of the company.Raitt said Wednesday that the leaks about the Supreme Court appointment process are more proof of Trudeau’s disrespect for the rule of law.“The SNC-Lavalin affair has raised serious questions about the rule of law in Canada and the degree to which the Prime Minister’s Office has interfered in it,” she said.“This most recent episode of potential political interference from the PMO only further damages our democratic institutions and values and requires immediate attention.”Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press
“UN agencies will play a very important role in all the different spheres of operation that will add to our capacity, that will supplement our resources, so we can scale up the development work we are doing to be able to respond to the basic needs of the people,” Ms. Johnson Sirleaf told UN Radio in an interview after the run-off round of presidential elections in the West African country. “We will be moving away from a lot of humanitarian assistance and confidence-building measures,” Ms. Johnson Sirleaf said. “We will work with the agencies and programmes of the UN system on an appropriate exit strategy for the UN peacekeeping force.” She said she envisioned engagement “that will focus on development like agriculture through the UN Food and Agriculture Organizations (FAO) and capacity-building through the United Development Programme (UNDP). The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has been very important in our programmes – they all have a role to play,” she said. Media reports indicate that Liberia’s National Electoral Commission had declared Ms. Johnson Sirleaf the winner of Tuesday’s presidential run-off poll after garnering more than 90 percent of the vote, while her challenger, Winston Tubman, withdrew from the second round alleging that the first was not fair. Ms. Johnson Sirleaf told UN Radio that Mr. Tubman had the right to challenge the elections results, but that she was certain that the results would stand because they met the requirement of the country’s constitution and elections laws. “As a Nobel laureate, of course, I have to go the extra mile in promoting peace and reconciliation in our society,” Ms. Johnson Sirleaf said. “We are going to reach out to everybody and ensure that they have a participation in what we do.” Ms. Johnson Sirleaf won the first presidential election after the war in 2005, becoming the first elected woman head of State in Africa. As a woman President, particularly the first democratically elected president on the African continent, she represents the aspirations and the expectations of women in Liberia and in Africa, she said. The UN has maintained the peacekeeping force in Liberia since 2003 to bolster a ceasefire agreement ending a decade of war that killed nearly 150,000 people, mostly civilians, and sent 850,000 others fleeing to neighbouring countries. Its mandate includes helping to restore the rule of law and democratic processes as well as facilitating humanitarian assistance. It has a current strength of 7,775 troops and over 1,300 police officers. 10 November 2011Liberia’s President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, today stressed that the United Nations will continue to play a crucial role in the country, with development support becoming the main focus of the Organization’s programmes as the need for humanitarian assistance and peacekeeping recedes.
MONTREAL — European railway manufacturers Siemens Mobility and Alstom announced a merger Tuesday that leaves Montreal-based Bombardier Transportation facing a new “European champion” and a substantially larger rival.The memorandum of understanding announced Tuesday is described as a merger of equals with each owning half the shares of the new company to be headquartered in Paris. The Mobility Solutions business will be run out of Berlin.The combined company to be called Siemens Alstom will have US$18 billion in revenues — about double that of Bombardier Transportation — and US$1.4 billion in adjusted EBIT. Annual cost savings of US$554.2 million are expected four years after closing.The new European company with 62,300 employees in more than 60 countries will have an order backlog of US$72 billion and an adjusted margin of eight per cent.“We put the European idea to work and together with our friends at Alstom, we are creating a new European champion in the rail industry for the long-term,” Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser said in a news release.He added that the global market has changed with the creation of a dominant competitor in China and digitalization.Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) didn’t immediately respond to the merger of its rivals. It is also believed to have talked to Siemens.Mergers in China and Europe leave Bombardier “still looking for a dance partner,” said David Tyerman of Cormark Securities.“They lost out this time but there’s presumably going to be more consolidation,” he said, noting competitors of varying sizes remain around the world.Bombardier’s shares closed up more than six per cent to C$2.27 in Tuesday trading even though the transportation giant was expected to face bad news affecting both its commercial aircraft and railway businesses.The shares surged more than 13 per cent after a report out of China said Bombardier is close to signing orders for commercial aircraft.Walter Spracklin of RBC Capital Markets said he expects Bombardier will remain a key player in a growing transit market.“An overall modernization of infrastructure in developed countries, and a rapid urbanization coupled with environmental concerns in developing countries will prop up rail demand for decades to come in our view,” he wrote in a report.Analyst Cameron Doerksen of National Bank Financial said Bombardier Transportation can still succeed as a standalone company.Bombardier Transportation would be the world’s third-largest railway company with a strong presence in France, Germany and Britain. It has a four-year backlog of orders and is moving towards an eight per cent EBIT margin.Under a proposed merger with Siemens, Bombardier would have reportedly ceded control of signalling and maintained only marginal control over a separate rolling stock joint venture.“Given the cyclicality of Bombardier’s Aerospace operations, in our view, it was important that Bombardier maintained control of Bombardier Transportation,” he wrote in a note before the Siemens-Alstom merger was announced.The industry is undergoing consolidation to compete with the state-backed rival Chinese railway manufacturer CRRC that is growing its global reach.Doerksen added that the near-to-medium-term threat from the state-owned CRRC Chinese railway is exaggerated since only about 8.5 per cent of its revenues last year were outside of China and it has little presence in Western Europe.China’s cost advantage may also be limited since most buyers require significant local content, forcing CRRC to build new manufacturing facilities in major markets.
201589.612.9 Source: Statcast SEASONEXIT VELOCITYLAUNCH ANGLE 201684.118.3 201790.013.9 The early-season noise around such unexpectedly great hitters as Brewers stud Eric Thames has pulled attention away from the return of another prodigious slugger: Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper. Harper is making his triumphant comeback from the injuries that plagued him in 2016, and the advanced metrics show he’s ready to deliver another MVP-level year this season.In his six-year MLB career, Harper has been equal parts incredible and disappointing. He appeared to reach his full potential in 2015, when he produced a .330/.460/.649 slash line en route to a season worth 9.5 wins above replacement. But last year Harper backslid dramatically, struggling with injuries and hitting a pedestrian (by his standards) .243/.373/.441. His drop-off between 2015 and 2016 was one of the largest declines in production ever.But now Harper’s back — and maybe better than ever. It’s early in the season, but we can already see his recovery using MLB’s Statcast system, which tracks the launch angle and direction of every batted ball.Last season, I wrote about how Harper’s batted-ball stats weren’t matching those of his MVP year, which suggested he might be injured.1Harper has hinted that this was the case, although the Nationals denied that he played through an injury in 2016. This season, though, Harper is well on his way to replicating his 2015 performance. For instance, after a down year in exit velocity, Harper’s average batted ball is once again leaving the bat at close to 90 miles an hour. (For comparison’s sake, he averaged 89.6 mph in 2015.)His launch angle has also significantly improved. For most of 2016, Harper was elevating his swing, which resulted in the highest fly-ball rate of his career but also in more weak pop-ups. But this April, he’s back to the flat, line-drive cut that worked so well before. Hard, low-angle batted balls are a good recipe for success, so it’s no surprise that Harper is productive again. Harper hits hard again AVERAGE And Harper’s not just hitting the ball better. Even his plate discipline has improved: He’s currently posting a career-best walk rate and showing better strike-zone judgment than ever. So far this year, Harper is back to combining the willingness to wait for a hittable pitch with the strength to knock that pitch out of the park.With all those improvements working together, Harper is a more dangerous hitter than ever. So far, he’s belted nine home runs in only 114 plate appearances, with an outrageous, Bonds-ian slugging percentage (.772) driving an overall offensive performance that’s 123 percentage points better than the league average. That exceeds even the lofty heights he achieved in 2015, when he “only” hit 97 percentage points better than league average. And in just 25 games — about a seventh of the season — he’s already racked up 2.1 WAR. If you project that out over a full season, he’d be on pace for another of the best years in the history of baseball.Even setting aside Harper’s history of yo-yoing between greatness and mediocrity, it’s clear that he can’t stay this hot forever. Eventually, bad luck or injuries will drag Harper, Thames and all the other early-season leaders back to more mortal levels of production. (Indeed, Harper’s exit velocity might already be dropping slightly: Over his last 10 games, he’s averaged a more pedestrian 84.5 mph exit velocity.) But for now, baseball is better off with a superstar like Harper excelling again.
A mystery aristocrat was horrified to find out the garden ornaments bought by his family and dumped at the bottom of his garden were actually priceless, stolen 7th century artefacts after being confronted by a world-famous art detective.Dutch art detective Arthur Brand tracked down the carvings which were stolen in 2004 from the Santa Maria de Lara church in northern Spain, and believed to be at least 1,000 years old.The church from which they were stolen is believed to date from the era of the Visigoths, with experts dating it between the seventh and eleventh centuries.They were covered in leaves and forgotten about at the bottom of a North London garden. The identity of the aristocrat is unknown, and Mr Brand told The Telegraph the people who accidentally purchased the stolen art are so embarrassed that he has been sworn to secrecy about who they are.He has been hunting the art for nine years, after receiving word from an unnamed British informant that “something strange” had popped up in London.A French dealer had been seen arriving with the reliefs by truck in London, and were put on sale as garden ornaments for around £50,000 each. However, an eagle-eyed informant thought they were possible Visigoth religious artworks. Brand then tracked down the French dealer, who pointed them towards an unnamed British aristocratic family living north of London.”It ended up in the garden of an English nobleman, who did not know that it was world heritage, where they would stay like 15 years,” he told AFP.The art detective, dubbed the “Indiana Jones of the art world”, said he handed over the centuries-old carvings to the Spanish embassy in London at a private ceremony on Monday.The reliefs, said to weigh 50 kilos (110 pounds) each, were then handed to representatives of Spain’s Guardia Civil police force, who are collaborating in the case, and two museum curators from the northern city of Burgos.”These artworks are priceless. To find them in a garden after searching for eight years is just incredible,” Mr Brand said.”You can imagine how horrified they were to learn that their garden ornaments were in fact priceless stolen Spanish religious art.” 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.
Arduino has teamed up with the 4-time Robocup-winning Complubot Robotics team to create a new Arduino Robot kit. The robot is aimed at the novice and teaches you how it’s made as you build it, but it also doubles as a base platform from which you can build your very own custom robots.The Arduino Robot is completely open source and ships with everything you need in the box, including the hardware, software, and documentation that helps you build and use it. Also included is a brand new version of the Arduino IDE and a new LCD screen.The robot is the first Arduino on wheels and consists of two boards each with their own 16MHz processor and 32KB of flash memory. The lower board is the Motor Board and handles control of movement through the onboard motors. The upper board is the Control Board and is used to manipulate the sensors that ultimately tell the Motor Board where to go. Power is provided by 4 rechargeable AA batteries, but you can switch over to USB power when programming the Control Board (the Motor Board is disabled when in USB power mode).At just 19cm in diameter and 10cm tall, the robot certainly isn’t big, but does hold a lot of potential for the budding enthusiast. Coupled with the Arduino software and a whole host of inputs and outputs to play with, it certainly makes for a great introduction to the world of robotics.We don’t know the price of the Arduino Robot yet, but it’s meant to officially launch at the Maker Faire Bay Area event this weekend. Hopefully then we’ll find out how much it costs.
Feb 14th 2017, 5:58 PM Sligo Rovers and Bray Wanderers will compete in Scotland’s IRN-BRU Cup next seasonCan PSG’s Spanish boss upset Barca? What to look out for in the Champions League last-16 By Ben Blake Short URL Keane was speaking at the launch of the SSE Airtricity League this afternoon. Image: Donall Farmer/INPHO 17 Comments 22,385 Views https://the42.ie/3239655 The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Tuesday 14 Feb 2017, 5:58 PM Keane was speaking at the launch of the SSE Airtricity League this afternoon. Image: Donall Farmer/INPHO Players from each of the 12 Premier Division clubs at today’s launch. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO“First and foremost, Martin and myself enjoy going to watch matches,” the Corkman told MC Con Murphy.“It’s certainly not a PR exercise. We’re going because we enjoy watching League of Ireland players and we enjoy looking at players we think might and will get the opportunity to come into the senior squad.“The profile of the league has been helped with Dundalk, particularly, and Cork City having great success in Europe. All of a sudden, we’re looking at League of Ireland sides competing against some really good teams and we’re watching these players. Your eyes don’t lie to you. When you’re watching a good player you’re watching a good player no matter what level he’s playing at.“We’ve been impressed by players, a couple of lads have got involved in the senior squad and we’d like to think that will continue over the next year or two.” Former Dundalk pair Boyle and Horgan were named in the Ireland squad back in November. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOHorgan and Boyle have since been snapped up by Championship side Preston North End, and the former has already impressed under Simon Grayson with one goal and one assist in six appearances.Keane believes their achievements should act as an incentive for players around the country.“It would be a different story if we were going to watch matches and players weren’t getting a sniff of the senior team,” he added.“If you’re a player in the League of Ireland and you see what has happened to the lads that have got involved, the first thing you will ask yourself is ‘why can’t that be me?’.” UNLIKE THEIR PREDECESSOR, Ireland manager Martin O’Neill and his right-hand man Roy Keane have regularly attended SSE Airtricity League games since taking charge in 2013.The pair hinted all along that they would call up any player they felt was good enough to mix it at international level, and sure enough, came through with the promise late last year.Dundalk duo Daryl Horgan and Andy Boyle were included in the senior squad that travelled to Vienna to face Austria in November’s World Cup qualifier, and although neither was handed a debut in that famous victory, it was a significant night for the League of Ireland.Speaking at the launch of the 2017 season in Dublin today, Keane says he hopes to see more make the step up in the coming years. Follow us: the42.ie Share5 Tweet Email ‘If you’re a LOI player and you see what’s happened the two lads you’ll ask ‘why can’t it be me?” Ireland assistant boss Roy Keane believes international call-ups for Daryl Horgan and Andy Boyle should be an incentive to others. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
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“Our team is really focusing on getting the project geared-up and pushing ahead to the decommissioning phase,” she said in an interview Monday. “There’s a lot of work here to be done in order to get to that phase of the work, because of the complexities of the site. So we are putting a lot of extra effort into this location.” Corps officials don’t want to disclose their estimated cost of the cleanup project before the agency begins to solicit offers. A Corps official last year pointed out that the cost of decommissioning a similar facility came to about $67 million. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District Commander Col. John Litz, left, and Baltimore District Project Manager Brenda Barber exchange ideas on dismantling and decommissioning Greely’s nuclear power plant. Corps officials spent the past three weeks at Greely preparing to ramp-up work on the project.(Photo by Rebecca Nappi/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) When Army officials shut down the old power plant’s nuclear reactor back in the early 1970s, they replaced it with a diesel-fired boiler and connected it to the system that provides steam heat and electricity to Fort Greely. Now, in order to dismantle and remove the remaining nuclear components, the project contractor will have to first disconnect the two utility systems – carefully, so as to not interrupt the flow of heat and power to the post. Officials with the Army Corps of Engineers talk with prospective contractors and others before going in for a tour of the Fort Greely nuclear power plant, known as the SM-1A. The facility, which went online in 1962, is Alaska’s first and only nuclear power plant.(Photo courtesy of Rebecca Nappi/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) Barber says that project, along with one at Fort Belvoir, Va., and the one at Fort Greely, will eliminate the last of the Army’s old decommissioned nuclear power plants. Barber says those components include the electrical switch gear, which controls the facility’s functions. “So there are a lot of complexities,” Barber said, “because there are a lot of intermingled and co-mingled utilities between the two ends of the facility that we’re going to have to slowly take apart piece by piece and make sure that we don’t interfere with the utilities being provided to the installation.” “We are hosting these initial contractor visits in order to allow potential interested contractors to come to the site … so that they can start to understand how they would approach the work, what kind of team they would put together,” Barber said. Barber says the engineering work called for in the initial contract awarded last month should be done by September 2020. She says the Corps hopes to award the next contract for removal of the facility’s nuclear components within the next federal fiscal year. And she says the work should be completed about 10 years from now. The Army Corps of Engineers is moving ahead on a project to decommission the mothballed nuclear-power plant at Fort Greely. A team from the agency has just wrapped-up a three-week visit to the fort and awarded a contract to develop plans on how it’ll dismantle the Cold War-era relic over the next 10 years. “So we are engineering the separation of those two ends of the facilities, so that we can implement our work without interfering with the utilities to Fort Greely,” said Project Manager Brenda Barber. She says that’s why the Corps of Engineers awarded a $1.5 million contract last month to Texas-based company that will develop a plan on how to remove the nuclear components, located in the northern half of the building, from the diesel-fired system that’s in the southern end of the building. Although several highly radioactive components remain entombed in concrete at the site, Barber emphasized that they presents no health hazard to the employees of Doyon Utilities — the contractor that operates the power plant — nor to the contractor workers that will be brought in for the dismantling project. She says the Corps and its contractors will focus on safety throughout the project. She says she and members of her team from the Corps’ Baltimore office and the Alaska District office, spent most of last week giving tours of the facility to representatives of firms that may bid on a contract to remove the nuclear side of the building. Litz takes a look at a massive hatch over the containment vessel leading to the SM-1A during a visit to the site in April. The entrance has been sealed shut since the nuclear reactor was shut down in 1972.(Photo courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Tata Advanced Systems Ltd., the strategic aerospace and defence arm of the Tata Group, has signed an agreement with American aerospace manufacturer Bell Helicopter to develop the helicopter market in India. The deal focuses on production and assembly capabilities, training, maintenance, repair and overhaul requirements, and research and development sharing between the two firms. The aviation and modernisation measures would emphasis on the ‘Make in India’ initiative, TASL said in a statement. Under the agreement, the two companies would jointly develop commercial and government (including military) rotary wing markets in India under the light utility segment.”TASL’s alliance with Bell Helicopter is significant because of our shared synergies; our defence manufacturing capabilities and focus on innovation and we are well aligned with Bell Helicopter’s core competence,” S Ramadorai, Chairman of TASL said. “The collaboration, which is in line with the government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, holds potential not only in the domestic market but, will also strengthen India’s position in the international market.” Tata Advanced Systems is focused on providing solutions for aerospace, defence and homeland security. It has become a significant player in the global aerospace market and has capabilities throughout the aerospace value chain, from design to assembling full aircraft. The firm is well placed in other areas, which includes missiles, radars, un-manned aerial systems, command and control systems.”TASL has been a leader in driving industrial growth in India, and its organisation ideally complements Bell Helicopter both in terms of innovative thinking, manufacturing capability and a commitment to business ethics, integrity and customer satisfaction,” Mitch Snyder, President and CEO of Bell Helicopter, said in the statement.Bell Helicopter, which was founded in 1935, delivers more than 35,000 aircraft to its customers across the globe.Tata Advanced Systems Limited had earlier announced the tie-up with Bell Helicopter to jointly bid against Mahindra-Airbus combination for a $2-billion naval chopper manufacturing contract.
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Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson was honored that his peers voted him as the 19th-best player in the NFL and the top player at his position.That said, No. 1 is better than 19.“Truly appreciate my peers voting me #1 CB, but can’t rest until I’m #1 overall,” he tweeted after the NFL Network revealed his ranking in their top-100 list this summer. “Haters go ahead & @ me! I know it’s comin!” Arizona Cardinals Patrick Peterson (21) runs drills during an NFL football organized team activity, Tuesday, May 30, 2017, at the Cardinals’ training facility in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 6 Comments Share Top Stories Judging from that comment, you can bet Arizona’s veteran corner will read the following and feel he has more to prove there as well. NFL.com’s Gil Brandt ranked Peterson as the 17th-best cornerback — ever.That’s because Peterson has six Pro Bowls and three First Team All-Pro honors under his belt.He has proved durable through six seasons, starting every regular season game on the schedule, and has recorded 20 interceptions and 63 passes defensed during that time. Peterson has been so good that after recording double-digit passes defensed in his first three seasons, teams have decided against throwing his way the past several years.So who is ranked ahead of Peterson on Brandt’s list?Deion Sanders comes in first and is followed in order by Rod Woodson, Mike Haynes, Charles Woodson and Willie Brown.Former Phoenix and Arizona Cardinals cornerback Aeneas Williams comes in ranked No. 8 for his eight Pro Bowls and three First Team All-Pro selections, plus his 55 career interceptions.Current Seattle Seahawks corner Richard Sherman follows at ninth, and free agent Darrelle Revis ranks just ahead of Peterson at No. 16.
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