The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to set up cow protection committees in all districts of the State.The ‘Gau Sanrakshan Samiti’ would be headed by the district magistrate and it would ensure that cow sheds in the region operate efficiently, said a statement issued by the State government here on Tuesday.“The committee will be headed by the district magistrate, while the superintendent of police and the district’s chief development officer will be its vice-chairmen. The chief veterinary officer will be its member secretary,” Principal Secretary (Animal Husbandry) Sudhir M. Bobde said.To make the committees self-reliant, various cow-related products such as biogas, compost, soaps, incense sticks, mosquito repellant coil, phenyl made from cow’s urine would be sold, he added.
Srinagar witnessed its first-ever night football tournament for budding sportsmen in schools, across Jammu and Kashmir.Amid high quality infrastructure, the fortnight long event has been organized by Delhi Public School (DPS), Srinagar in collaboration with Army Public School (APS). The tournament – titled Chinar Cup – concludes on 16 September.”This is the first time flood lights are being used at a massive scale. Earlier, there were only street lights or available arrangements on ground, often resorting to jugaad,” said Ehsan Quddusi, Chief organizer.As per the organisers, this is a first also because teams of 11 players are included in the tournament.Earlier, on several occasions, teams got restricted to 6-7 players.”We witnessed immense support from parents and local residents for this tournament. On first day, 3,000 people were in audience and that is a big number for encouragement,” exclaimed Quddusi.Companies like HK cement and Khyber Agro industries have provided assistance to this event. However, the event is not funded by the state government. The organizer team feels J&K government should take note of this initiative and pour in aid next time.There have been requests to upgrade the Astro turf in Srinagar city, so the ground can be made available for future at a grand scale.Schedule is packed and eyes are set at a sought-after match on Monday. Burn Hall and Tyndale Biscoe schools face each other. In Kashmir, these two oldest schools rank top as educational institutions. Set up by the British missionaries, both are seen as arch rivals and hence organisers are expecting a massive crowd.advertisement STUDENTS ARE ECSTATICYoung players appear excited to participate in the Chinar Cup. In past few years, Kashmir valley has seen increase in young sportspersons willing to take up sports with more avenues being brought in for coaching and outreach.J&K has seen many girls and boys turn to football, recently Afshan Ashiq receiving the limelight as a young captain. DPS inter-school event, however, only includes male players.Arslaan Farooq is the captain of his team DPS, Budgam. He plays at Centre-back position, ensuring the opposition does not get to score goals.”I want to thank organisers for providing us this opportunity. There should be more events at this scale. This time only 16 schools are in competition and I hope more can participate next time,” said Farooq.Farooq’s brother was in attendance to watch him play and says he has the support of his parents.”I have been playing football since sixth standard. My parents asked me to maintain focus on studies and then I can also continue to play the game. So, I manage both,” remarked the confident teenager.The day ended on a good note for the team captain. DPS, Budgam won the weekend match 13-0. An overjoyed Farooq celebrated with his team while remaining hopeful of better opportunities ahead.
ANN ARBOR, MI – DECEMBER 30: Jim Harbaugh speaks as he is introduced as the new Head Coach of the University of Michigan football team at the Junge Family Champions Center on December 30, 2014 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Jim Harbaugh’s new coaching hat has been revealed.Alejandro Zuniga of MaizenBrew posted a photo on Twitter today of the Michigan head coach’s new Air Jordan hat that he will wear on the sideline.Here it is:Jim Harbaugh’s hat for the 2016-17 football season: pic.twitter.com/DVibrXctVX— Alejandro Zúñiga (@ByAZuniga) July 29, 2016Harbaugh’s coaching shirt (which he designed) was revealed earlier this month. This (but in blue and w/ a thin M) is Jim Harbaugh’s new coaching shirt. He designed it. pic.twitter.com/8ID6UFE44K— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) July 20, 2016Michigan officially becomes a Nike school on Aug. 1. The Wolverines signed a $173 million contract with The Swoosh that will run through 2027.As part of the deal, the Wolverines’ football team will be outfitted by Nike’s Jordan brand. All of the football gear – including the uniforms – will have the Jumpman logo.The football jerseys are set to be unveiled at a special ceremony in Detroit on Tuesday.
NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Ezekiel Elliott #15 of the Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Zach Smith was fired by Ohio State’s football program in July. The Buckeyes’ former assistant coach has since been re-brought into the spotlight thanks to a story from college football insider Brett McMurphy. Smith was accused of domestic violence in 2015 and Urban Meyer’s potential knowledge of those accusations have caused quite the story in the college football world.Smith did multiple interviews on Friday, standing up for Meyer, who he claims told him he would be fired “immediately” if he ever found out about a domestic assault.The now-fired assistant coach stood up for the program, too, saying it would be a “crime” if Ohio State fired Meyer.This, allegedly, goes against what he had previously told his ex-wife. According to text messages acquired by McMurphy, this is what Smith had previously told Courtney Smith:“Zach once told me,” Courtney said, “if he ever got fired and this all comes out: ‘I’ll take everyone at Ohio State down with me.’”Here’s what Smith said on ESPN about Meyer and the Buckeyes:“I’d be heartbroken for Ohio State, for the players, for him and his family, because it’s not right. If that happens, it’s dead wrong. Coming from somebody who knows, I was in all the meetings, I know exactly what he knew, I know exactly what he did. If he loses his job, it’s flat wrong. And this is the guy who fired me. It would be a crime.”Smith then said on the radio that he believes he never committed domestic violence.“I was not a good husband. I pushed her buttons. I could make her mad easily. There’s a lot of things I did wrong. That’s between her and I. There was never domestic abuse. I never hit her. Never got arrested. Never got charged.”Urban Meyer and Ohio State are since being investigated for their role in the Zach Smith allegations. It’s unclear what kind of timeline the Buckeyes are operating on. OSU is set to open the 2018 season on Sept. 1.
India vs New Zealand, Live score and updates: Ravindra Jadeja slams a breathtaking half-century has single-handedly revived the Indian chase. Jadeja-Dhoni stand have put together a good stand as India are back in the hunt. New Zealand are looking to break this partnership as India are chipping away with the runs comfortably.(Inputs from Hindustan Times)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Pope Francis discussed reconciliation with Canada’s indigenous peoples during a private meeting at the Vatican.In a statement, the Vatican said the pair also talked about conflicts in the Middle East, religious freedom and current ethical issues.Trudeau was also expected to bring up religious diversity and climate change during the meeting.At 1:04 p.m. on Monday, a bell rang, signalling the end of the private audience, which began in the Pope’s private quarters at 12:28 p.m.Trudeau then introduced his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, to the Pope along with officials from the Prime Minister’s Office.The prime minister gave the Pope a rare set of Jesuit Relations books, which have become an important source detailing the beginnings of Canada.Trudeau also presented the Pope with a Montagnais-French dictionary written by a French Jesuit in the 17th century.In return, the Pope gave the prime minister a gold medal marking the fourth year of his pontificate, an autographed copy of his message for World Peace Day and three papal letters about family, environment and evangelism. Watch the video below or click here. Trudeau was expected to ask the pontiff to issue a formal apology in Canada for the role of the Catholic Church in the residential school system.His government has promised a call to action on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s demand for a papal apology to survivors, their families and communities related to the dark legacy of residential schools.Related stories:Prime Minister Trudeau visits Italian town devastated by 2016 earthquakeTrudeau and Trump talk trade, security at G7 summitTop court to hear federal government’s appeal on residential school recordsTrudeau, in Rome this week following his participation at the NATO and G7 summits, wants to promote trade and other ties with Italy, including the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union.U.S. President Donald Trump met the pope at the Vatican last week.Monday morning, the prime minister took part in an event with the soccer team, A.S. Roma.His wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, has joined him on this part of the trip and the couple were to celebrate their wedding anniversary with a private dinner in Rome on Sunday evening.On Sunday, Trudeau appealed to the heart of the country by visiting Amatrice, a tiny town still struggling to recover from a devastating earthquake. “It’s an opportunity to share our thoughts, our condolences, our sympathies, but also demonstrate our resolve to accompany our friends in this difficult time,” Trudeau said Sunday as he stood below a clock tower, the only structure standing on a street lined with rubble.That clock is stopped at 3:36 – the time in the morning the 6.2-magnitude quake hit the area in central Italy about 100 kilometres northeast of Rome on August 24, 2016. Some 300 people were killed, including one Canadian.Many of them were children, and signs of their presence, including an illustrated cloth book and a inflatable pool toy, could be seen among the rocks, dust and other rubble piled high.Efforts to rebuild the town, which includes many heritage buildings from medieval times, have been moving slowly.The Italian-Canadian community has been trying to bring more attention to that fact, raising money to help pay for things like medical vehicles needed to navigate the mountainous terrain.Those efforts got a boost May 12 when Trudeau appeared at a fundraiser that also featured Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of Fiat Chrysler who was born in Italy but went to school in Canada.Trudeau announced there that the Canadian government would match up to $2 million in donations to the Italy Earthquake Relief Fund.That drew sharp criticism from Conservative MP Maxime Bernier, who was nearing the end of the leadership race he ultimately lost to Andrew Scheer.At the time, Bernier took to Twitter to say that he loves Italy, but it is a rich country that can afford to rebuild without money from Canadian taxpayers, which he argued should have gone to help more victims of the floods in Quebec and eastern Ontario.The money will go toward humanitarian aid in the area, which is still experiencing tremors.The prime minister arrived in the town via an Italian government helicopter and he was greeted warmly with a long embrace by the local mayor, Sergio Pirozzi.In Amatrice, the Trudeaus surveyed the damage while wearing hard hats, spoke to residents, emergency responders and others working to rebuild the town.They also laid a bouquet of flowers at a memorial to the victims.Former prime minister Stephen Harper, who issued a residential schools apology on behalf of the Canadian government in 2008, did not raise the issue directly during a 10-minute audience with Pope Francis two years ago. Harper did mention the report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.In 2009, the previous pope, Benedict XVI, did express “sorrow” on behalf of the Catholic Church for the “deplorable conduct” by some members of the church in their treatment of indigenous children in residential schools.The Truth and Reconciliation Commission report said this did not go far enough, especially since it was not made in public.
The 2014 winner of UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee Award is the Colombian women’s rights group, Red Mariposas de Alas Nuevas Construyendo Futuro – or Butterflies with New Wings Building a Future (Butterflies), whose members risk their lives to help survivors of forced displacement and sexual abuse.Based in the Pacific coastal city of Buenaventura, Butterflies, who are all volunteers, have so far helped over 1000 women and their families.UNHCR’s special envoy Actress Angelina Jolie has praised the work of the winners. As a staunch advocate for ending impunity for sexual violence in conflict, Jolie says Butterflies’ work is life-saving.“The Mariposas draw on their strengths as women to help thousands of vulnerable people who would otherwise have no rights and no protection,” said Angelina. “By winning this award, I hope it helps more people everywhere to understand that we have to change attitudes to sexual violence, and to help end impunity for these crimes.”Colombia is second only to Syria in the number of internally displaced people globally. Nowhere in the country is the devastation of the five decade armed conflict felt as acutely as in Buenaventura. This industrial port city has some of the highest rates of violence and displacement due to escalating rivalries between illegal armed groups and women are often their targets. The groups violate women and children to demonstrate their power and strength and frequently torture, rape or kill to exact revenge.“These women are doing extraordinary work in the most challenging of contexts,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres.” Each day they seek to heal the wounds of the women and children of Buenaventura and in doing so put their own lives at risk. Their bravery goes beyond words”.High Commissioner Guterres said, “The situation in Buenaventura illustrates the devastating impact of conflict on families and how essential the work of Butterflies is”.“In their battle to gain territory, illegal armed groups in Buenaventura aim to destroy the social fabric of communities. They violate the most vulnerable by sexual assault, kidnap and murder. Butterflies’ volunteers take the displaced and abused under their wing and help them to reclaim their lives and assert their rights,” he added.Drawing on only the most modest of resources, the women go about their work on foot or by bus or bicycle. As cautiously as they can, they move through the most dangerous neighbourhoods to help women access medical care and report crimes. It is this work deep inside the communities that helps them reach the most vulnerable women, but also brings with it danger and threats from the illegal armed groups.Women in the poorest areas of Buenaventura are often afraid to report sexual violence and the few women who do so remain unprotected because they often live alongside their aggressors. Building trust in this kind of environment is a slow and challenging process. Butterflies operates on the principal of “comadreo”, which has special significance in Afro-Colombian culture, uniting respect, trust solidarity and confidentiality.The cornerstone of the assistance Butterflies provides is the life skills and rights training workshops they organize. Here women come together, and realizing they are not alone in their suffering- slowly regain their self-esteem and strength.Butterflies will receive the Nansen Refugee Award Medal at a ceremony in Geneva, Switzerland on 29 September. The group will be represented by three women; Gloria Amparo, Maritza Asprilla Cruz and Mery Medina.The Award ceremony will feature a keynote speech from UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie (on video) and musical performances by UNHCR supporters, Swedish-Lebanese singer-songwriter Maher Zain and Malian singer-songwriter Rokia Traorè. Acoustic guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela from Mexico will also perform at the ceremony.
TORONTO – Royal Bank of Canada’s chief executive says data is the battleground for banks that will determine the future success of financial institutions.Dave McKay said during a speech in Toronto on Monday that in the past banks needed economies of scale to succeed, but due to technological advances, they will need data scale in the future.He added during the Sibos banking and financial conference that technology platforms have created ecosystems which have a deep understanding of the customer’s life.McKay said over the next few years, banks will have to decide how they’re going to compete — which may require a rethink of their core value strategies.He also pointed to the potential of artificial intelligence and blockchain, and said banks will have to adapt and evolve further and faster than they have in the past.McKay’s comments came as RBC announced a partnership with J.P. Morgan and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. to launch the Interbank Information Network, which uses blockchain to facilitate easier global payments.“For banks, like every other business, the battleground will be data. Whereas in the past banks needed economic scale to succeed, in the future they will also need data scale,” he said.“This can be gained through existing franchises, or increasingly through strategic partnerships, and the use of open APIs, to enable them to create a platform effect.”
VANCOUVER — The defence team for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has filed a notice of civil claim alleging “serious violations” of her constitutional rights.The suit filed with the B.C. Supreme Court on Friday is against members of the Canadian Border Services Agency, the RCMP and the federal government.It seeks damages for false imprisonment based on alleged multiple failures of government officials to comply with the rule of law upon her detention, search and interrogation at the Vancouver airport on Dec. 1.The allegations have not been proven in court and the CBSA, RCMP and the attorney general’s office did not immediately respond to requests for comment.On Friday, the Canadian Department of Justice gave the go-ahead for an extradition case against Meng, marking the formal start of the high-profile process that has put Canada in an uncomfortable position between the United States and China.The U.S. Department of Justice has laid out 13 criminal counts of conspiracy, fraud and obstruction against Huawei and Meng, who is the daughter of company founder Ren Zhengfei.The Canadian Press
TORONTO — Ontario regulators have no right to block a company legally operating elsewhere in Canada from selling prescription eyewear to online customers in the province, an Appeal Court ruled on Thursday.The decision means Ontario consumers can continue to order corrective glasses and contact lenses from British Columbia-based online retailer Essilor, which sells Coastal and Clearly products.“The mere delivery in Ontario of an order for prescription eyewear that has been processed in compliance with the British Columbia regulatory regime, without more, does not establish a sufficient connection between Essilor’s online sales and the controlled acts proscribed by (Ontario’s laws),” the Appeal Court ruled.“Where the supplier of the prescription eyewear operates in another province and complies with that province’s health-professions regulatory regime when filling an online order placed by an Ontario customer, the final act of delivering that product to the Ontario purchaser does not amount to the performance of a ‘controlled act’ by the supplier.”The case arose in December 2016 when regulators in Ontario — the colleges of Optometrists and Opticians — alleged Essilor was acting illegally by accepting orders for prescription eyewear through its websites and shipping the products to patients in Ontario. It wanted the courts to end the practice.In essence, the colleges argued only licensed professionals in Ontario could dispense prescription eyewear in the province. The colleges offered no evidence anyone was actually harmed by Essilor’s practices.In January 2018, Superior Court Justice Thomas Lederer sided with the colleges. He ruled the company was dispensing corrective eyewear in Ontario and concluded the province’s rules should apply. Lederer ordered Essilor to stop the sales.Essilor Group Canada, whose head office is in Quebec but runs its online operation out of B.C., appealed, also winning permission to continue its sales pending the outcome of the case. It argued that fulfilling Ontario orders did not amount to the controlled act of dispensing prescription eyewear.The subsidiary of France-based international eyewear giant, Essilor International, also argued Lederer wrongly decided that Ontario’s regulations applied to its online sales.According to court filings, the Canadian prescription eyewear market is estimated to be worth more than $4.5 billion a year. The Appeal Court noted that eyewear is part of a trend toward online retail sales.“The explosion in the volume and variety of online consumer transactions over the past decade has included the emergence of an online market for the purchase and sale of prescription eye glasses and contact lenses,” the court said. “In some jurisdictions, friction has emerged between the online vendors of such products and the professional health-care bodies that historically have regulated the sale.”In siding with Essilor, the appellate court found the company was acting lawfully in its home province, which has a similar regulatory framework to Ontario. Nor was it “dispensing” eyewear in Canada’s most populous province by fulfilling orders in B.C. and shipping them across the country.Leaning on Quebec case law, the court also noted that providing prescription eyewear is a transaction with both health care and commercial aspects.Barring the online sales would amount to using Ontario’s Regulated Health Professions Act to give the province’s optometrists and opticians a monopoly over the commercial importation of prescription eyewear.That could only happen if the legislature passed a law to clearly allow such a monopoly — something current regulations do not do, the court said.Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press
OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales declined 1.4 per cent in October to $48.8 billion, reflecting drops in aerospace products and parts, motor vehicle assembly and the primary metal industries.It says the declines were partly offset by higher sales in petroleum and coal products as well as the wood product industries.Overall, sales declined in 12 of 21 industries, representing approximately 71 per cent of the manufacturing sector.Durable goods sales decreased 2.9 per cent to $24.7 billion, while sales of non-durable goods rose 0.3 per cent to $24.2 billion.Constant-dollar manufacturing sales fell 2.4 per cent in October, indicating a decline in the volume of manufactured goods sold.Sales were down in six provinces, though the decrease was concentrated in Ontario, where sales dropped 3.4 per cent to $22 billion. by The Canadian Press Posted Dec 14, 2012 8:41 am MDT Manufacturing sales slipped 1.4 per cent in October: StatsCan
Sorry, Charlie Brown: ‘I Love Lucy’ is a holiday hit for CBS, which wins weekly rating battle AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Nearly six decades after it first aired, an “I Love Lucy” Christmas special was last week’s most-watched holiday program, according to ratings released Tuesday.There was a gimmick involved: The episode of the 1950s Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz sitcom was colorized, as was a companion episode that featured Lucy as a grape-stomper in Italy.The “I Love Lucy” special on CBS drew 8.7 million viewers to rank as last Friday night’s most-watched program and No. 16 for the week overall, according to Nielsen figures. Holiday runner-up “A Charlie Brown Christmas” — a relative newcomer that debuted in 1965 — settled for 6.4 million the previous night on ABC.NBC could sing a happy tune, emerging as the most popular network among advertiser-favoured young adults on the strength of the season finale episodes of “The Voice” and the NFL Bears-Eagles game on “Sunday Night Football.”CBS was the No. 1 network among total viewers, buoyed by its reliable crime dramas, including “NCIS” and the series’ Los Angeles-based spinoff.CBS averaged 8.8 million viewers in prime time, followed by NBC with 8.1 million. ABC had 5.1 million, Fox had 3.4 million, Univision had 2.8 million, Telemundo had 1.3 million and ION Television had 1.4 million. CW had 980,000.NBC’s “Nightly News” topped the evening newscasts with an average of 9.2 million viewers. ABC’s “World News” was second with 7.9 million and the “CBS Evening News” had 7.1 million viewers.ESPN was the week’s most popular cable network, averaging 2.9 million viewers in prime time. The Family Channel had 2.38 million, the Disney Channel had 2.3 million, USA had 2.2 million and History had 2 million.For the week of Dec. 16-22, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: “NCIS,” CBS, 19.7 million; “NBC Sunday Night Football: Chicago at Philadelphia,” NBC, 18.3 million; “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS, 15.6 million; “NFL Regular Season: Baltimore at Detroit,” ESPN, 14.2 million; “The Voice (Tuesday),” NBC, 14 million; “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kickoff,” NBC, 13.6 million; “The Voice (Wednesday),” NBC, 12.7 million; “Person of Interest,” CBS, 12.4 million; “60 Minutes,” CBS, 12 million; “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 11.3 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC and Telemundo are owned by Comcast Corp. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks.___Online:http://www.nielsen.com by Lynn Elber, The Associated Press Posted Dec 24, 2013 1:36 pm MDT
The Council extended the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) until 31 July 2015. In doing so, the 15-member body called on all political entities to overcome divisions and work together in an inclusive and timely political process aimed at strengthening Iraq’s national unity.Recently, the armed group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has taken control of more than a third of the Iraq’s territory after unleashing a wave of attacks that has taken thousands of lives and displaced more than 1.2 million people.Last week, Nickolay Mladenov, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and head of UNAMI, called on the Council to demand that the Islamist forces cease all hostilities and to ensure that those responsible for horrific terrorist acts are held to account.Speaking via video-teleconference from Baghdad, Mr. Mladenov said that ISIL aimed to establish a permanent foothold beyond the control of authorities through terror and violence. The Islamist forces seek to radicalize people and undermine the Government by exploiting legitimate grievances and manipulating divisions within society.In extending the mandate of the UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus, known as UNFICYP, until 31 January 2015, the Council acknowledged the progress made so far in the UN-facilitated negotiations aimed at reunifying the divided Mediterranean island nation.At the same time, it noted that this “has not been sufficient and has not yet resulted in a comprehensive and durable settlement,” and urged the sides to continue their discussions to reach decisive progress on the core issues.The United Nations works through the good offices of the Secretary-General to assist in the search for a comprehensive and mutually acceptable settlement to the Cyprus problem. UNFICYP has been deployed in Cyprus since 1964, when inter-communal fighting erupted on the island.
Google+ Twitter Facebook WhatsApp WWE.com has a new interview up with Bubba Ray Dudley who returned to WWE at this past Sunday’s Royal Rumble PPV. When asked if he would be interested in a full-time return to WWE by himself or with D-Von Dudley in a Dudley Boyz reunion, Bubba said the following:“If the WWE Universe and the WWE higher-ups want to see us here, then yes, hopefully there is a future. I really say it’s up to the fans. By the reaction tonight, I’d say the fans would love to see us back. And hopefully we can do it.”WWE.com: Giving them their money’s worth: Bubba Ray Dudley on the Royal Rumble’s most shocking return Pinterest Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Match announced for next week’s 205 Live, 8-Man Elimination from TLC PPV in 2015 WWE announces the full-time return of Rey Mysterio including his scheduled dates The Dudley Boyz to be inducted into the Class of 2018 WWE Hall of Fame on April 6
Mozilla recently demonstrated debugging of WebAssembly binaries outside the browser, using standard debuggers like GDB and LLDB. Debugging WebAssembly code in the same execution environment used in production allows developers to catch and diagnose bugs that may not arise in a native build of the same code.WebAssembly, in connection with WASI, has recently made strides to be used outside of the browser, and realize the Write Once, Run Anywhere promise. While running WebAssembly programs outside the browser is already possible, in particular with wasmtime, the debugging story presents some difficulties. While WASI allows developers to use console logging to report on the execution of the program, it was not possible to debug the original source. Taking the example of a Rust source compiled to WebAssembly, rustwasm documentation explains the issue: Debuggers currently provide limited utility, and we end up stepping through raw WebAssembly instructions emitted by the compiler, rather than the Rust source text we authored. Once this is done, developers can use breakpoints (for instance breakpoint set -name fizzbuzz), source-level navigation, inspect and modify variables during the interrupted execution of the program, view and navigate stack frames, and perform other typical debugging functions with the command line interface or the graphical user interface of LLDB: The LLVM Project is a collection of modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies. The LLDB project builds on libraries provided by LLVM and provides a native debugger.GDB (GNU Project debugger) is a debugger which supports the following languages: C++, Rust, Go, Objective-C, Ada, Assembly, C, D, Fortran, OpenCL, Modula-2, and Pascal.WASI (WebAssembly System Interface) is a modular system interface for WebAssembly focused on security and portability, which is on a standardization path. WASI aims at enabling developers to run WebAssembly programs on any devices, computers, or operating systems.Wasmtime is a standalone JIT-style runtime for WebAssembly. The Wasmtime runtime’s tutorial contains examples for how to target WASI from C and Rust. The resulting .wasm modules can be run in any WASI-compliant runtime, such as Wasmtime or Fastly’s Lucet. Wasmtime’s debugging support makes it easier to catch and diagnose bugs that may not arise in a native build of the same code. For example, the WebAssembly System Interface(WASI) treats filesystem access more strictly than traditional Unix-style permissions. This could create issues that only manifest in WebAssembly runtimes. Mozilla explains how source-level debugging may help WebAssembly developers catch otherwise obfuscated bugs: Source-level debugging of .wasm files using traditional tools like GDB and LLDB is now possible. In a recently published screencast, Mozilla illustrates the debugging with LLDB of a Rust-generated WebAssembly program that implements a solution to the FizzBuzz problem. The screencast first showcases compiling Rust code with cargo to WebAssembly, and running the generated wasm code with wasmtime. The screencast continues with instrumenting the wasm code with debugging information, using LLDB:lldb — wasmtime -g target/wasm32-wasi/debug/fizz.wasm
MIAMI (WSVN) – Eight dancers have advanced onto the next round of Fox’s hit TV show “So You Think You Can Dance” and a Miami dancer is among the group.Gino Cosculluela moved up in the competition on Monday night while two other dancers were sent home.He previously sat down with 7News to talk about how he found his passion for the art.“I have a sister, and she started dancing, and we would always go to pick her up from the studio,” said Cosculluela. “Somehow, I just ended up in a hip-hop class, and I grew a serious love for it.”The next episode of SYTYCD airs on Aug. 26 at 9 p.m.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Bhopal: Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Babulal Gaur passed away on Wednesday morning at a private hospital here after prolonged illness. Gaur (89) suffered a cardiac arrest late on Tuesday night, Narmada Hospital director Rajesh Sharma told the media. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was among the first to condole Gaur’s death. “Shri Babulal Gaur Ji served people for decades. From Jana Sangh days, he worked constantly to strengthen our Party. As Minister and CM of Madhya Pradesh he undertook many efforts to transform the state. Saddened by his demise. Condolences to his family and supporters. Om Shanti,” Modi tweeted. Also Read – Abrogation Of Article 370 Carried Out In Inhuman Way: Urmila Matondkar Advertise With Us Gaur will be cremated at the Subhash Nagar crematorium with full state honours later in the afternoon. He was suffering from various age-related ailments and was hospitalised for quite some time. The veteran BJP leader served as Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister from 2004-2005 and had represented his traditional Govindpura Vidhan Sabha seat 10 times. Born on June 2, 1930, at Pratapgarh in Uttar Pradesh, Gaur emerged as a powerful and popular leader in Madhya Pradesh initially as a trade union leader and later as a minister.
A view of Arrahma Mosque where a shooting incident occured, in this still image from video, in Avignon. ReutersEight people including a girl were lightly wounded late Sunday in a shooting in front of a mosque in the southeast French city of Avignon, the prosecutor’s office said, ruling out terrorism.According to initial accounts taken on the spot, at least two men got out of a car around 10:30 pm near the mosque and opened fire, including with a shotgun, the prosecutor’s office said.None of the wounded had life-threatening injuries, it said.”From what we know this evening, the mosque was not targeted. The fact that it happened in the street of the religious establishment was unconnected with it,” the prosecutor said, ruling out terrorism.Witness accounts mentioned four men in the car, all hooded.The criminal investigation department has taken charge of the case.The shooting comes a few days after a man on Thursday attempted to drive his car into worshippers outside the Creteil mosque in southeast Paris.The driver, a 43-year-old Armenian who suffered from schizophrenia, hit barriers and pillars outside the mosque with his 4×4 without causing any injuries before crashing into a traffic island.According to a source close to the investigation, the suspect had made “confused remarks in relation” to a string of jihadist attacks that have struck France, killing 239 people since 2015.Following a van attack against worshippers leaving Finsbury Park Mosque in London on June 19 which left one dead and 11 injured, France’s Muslim community has also felt threatened.Some Muslim officials have described the Paris incident as an attack and called on the authorities to “strengthen protection of places of worship”.The Paris police commissioner reiterated his orders for vigilance in protecting Muslim places of worship.
Top Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall For those currently considering traveling to Paris, Mollan said they may want to consider planning a trip sooner than later.“They want your business, they want you to feel comfortable and secure, and the first thing you would want to do if planning a trip to Paris or if you already have something planned is to go ahead and let the State Department know you are travelling,” she said.According to Mollan, there is nothing to be concerned about when travelling to France if all travel safety guidelines are followed.“They are doing the same business today that they were a week ago just a little bit obviously more cautious and a calmness about the environment because of what is going on over there,” she said Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Comments Share New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Four benefits of having a wireless security system Tourists pose for a selfie while a French soldier patrols at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, Monday, Nov. 16, 2015. France is urging its European partners to move swiftly to boost intelligence sharing, fight arms trafficking and terror financing, and strengthen border security in the wake of the Paris attacks. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong) PHOENIX — Businesses in Paris want travelers to know they are open again.Cultural sites around France are beginning to reopen after the devastating terrorist attacks that left well over 100 people dead including some tourists.KTAR travel expert Kari Mollan said the attacks should not keep travelers from taking a vacation to the country.“The way you can show your support and don’t let the terrorists win is to keep going back to where you wanted to go to,” Mollan said.Related LinksThe many ways umbrella insurance protects your businessSponsored Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Sponsored Stories 3 international destinations to visit in 2019
MCI Australia project managers Adele Cumerford and Brylee McFarlane have both successfully completed the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) program, which recognises individuals who have achieved the industry’s highest standard of professionalism.Adele and Brylee are two of only five current CMPs based in Australia, though they join an elite community of over 14,000 peers in 36 countries who have earned the CMP designation since the program was established in 1985.Requirements for CMP certification are based on professional experience and a rigorous examination, ensuring its participants demonstrate the highest level of experience, knowledge and skill in order to qualify.MCI Australia Director of Operations and Development, Jan Shaw, congratulated the project managers on what can be a gruelling process.“The amount of preparation required to sit an exam of this calibre is phenomenal and Adele and Brylee’s fantastic results are a testament to the MCI team’s commitment to quality,” she said.“Our project managers work directly with clients to build the best possible events, so having talent with this prestigious certification on the front line is a huge advantage.”On obtaining the certification, Brylee expressed her gratitude towards her colleagues and industry peers.“The support from everyone at MCI has been massive, and although the program was definitely a challenge I’m sure it will set new industry standards in Australia.”“Adele and I are two of five CMPs in Australia, so I feel privileged to be one of the only local representatives of the global CMP community,” she added. Source = MCI Australia