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September 28, 2018

Things that I saw

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September 27, 2018

Job Opportunities in Apprenticeship

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Apprenticeship is the best solution for the fresh graduates to achieve skills from the starting stage. This Apprenticeship will be helpful to the graduates to make easy root into the industries. Industries also looking for the trained skilled workers for their industry. Apprenticeship means Practical Knowledge in the subject which is teaches to the student at college level. All the students has the theoretical knowledge of the subject but not practical knowledge. This Apprenticeship will be teach practical knowledge of the subject in various disciplines. Students will get trained under the senior experienced persons in the industry. Many of Apprentice courses are available for the various discipline branches and courses like IIT, Diploma, Graduate Engineering and Vocational Course. Total 114 graduate level Apprentice Programs and 102 Intermediate level Apprentice Programs had been introduced in various industries. Duration of this training will be vary with the branch and industry time. This training will be mainly conduct 6 months to 4 years duration.

Job Opportunities in Apprenticeship

There are lot of Job Opportunities in Apprenticeship. Many of private industries are offering Apprenticeship to the young graduates. Not only private industries government industries also inviting applications from the graduates and IIT / Diploma holders, BHEL, BEL, BDL, ONGC, Vizag Steel Plant etc industries are offering this training. Staiphend also gives to the students during the training period. According to the National Apprenticeship act for the first year of training Rs.1090/- per month, for the second year of training Rs.1240/- per month and for the third year Rs.1620/- per month is to be give for the graduate Apprenticeship first year Rs.2600/- per month, second year Rs.1850/- per month, for the third year Rs.1440/- per month but also for the hotel management, interior decoration, fashion technology, fine arts, travel and tourism management courses too.

This year the students who are joining in the Apprenticeship course is increases than last year. Apprenticeship aspirants has chance to get permanent job in the same industry. If they work hard finally this Apprenticeship program made easy for getting early jobs and to learn skills.

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September 26, 2018

Man arrested on suspicion of molestation of six girls at Singapore’s Hougang Swimming Complex

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

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A man, 36 years old, was arrested Monday on the suspicion that he had been molesting various girls at Singapore’s Hougang Swimming Complex, representatives from the Ang Mo Kio police division said on September 25.

The six girls allegedly molested by said man ranged in age from 9 to 13. Authorities were alerted to the case at about 3:50 p.m. on September 13.

After an investigation, the police managed to track down the suspect, who was arrested at Hougang Avenue 2 on Monday.

He is scheduled to be formally charged with outrage of modesty in court on Wednesday. This crime is punishable by two years’ imprisonment, caning, a fine, or a combination these punishments.



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September 25, 2018

Mars hosted life-sustaining habitat for millions of years, say scientists

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In a new study announced on Monday and available in the current volume of Earth and Planetary Science Letters, an international team led by scientists from Brown University in the United States said the planet Mars once had the right water and temperatures to host simple life forms — just not on its surface. Mars’s rocky, subterranean layer once, for some hundreds of millions of years, had enough water and reductants to support some of the same kinds of microbial communities seen on Earth.

“We showed, based on basic physics and chemistry calculations, that the ancient Martian subsurface likely had enough dissolved hydrogen to power a global subsurface biosphere,” reported lead author and current Brown graduate student Jesse Tarnas. The paper does not claim life on Mars did exist but rather that conditions suitable for life are very likely to have lasted for an extended time. This habitable zone, located beneath Mars’s then-frozen surface, would have reached several kilometers into Mars’s surface, potentially protected by ice above.

The study showed that, during Mars’s Noachian period (4.1–3.7 billion years ago), radiolysis, the process by which radiation splits water molecules apart, produced enough hydrogen gas (H2) for microbial organisms to live on so long as they remained within the area just beneath the cryosphere, the SHZ (subcryospheric highly-fractured zone). The concentration of hydrogen in the groundwater could have ranged from about 35 to about 55 millimolars depending on whether ancient Mars was warm or cold, respectively, and higher if the subsurface medium also contained enough salt. The researchers determined this by establishing three factors. First, they examined data from the gamma ray spectrometer aboard NASA’s Odyssey spacecraft, from which they inferred how much of various radioactive elements would have been present in Mars’s crust during the Noachian, and therefore how much radiation would have been available to split water and so produce hydrogen. They then built on existing models of water flow on Mars to determine how much groundwater would have been present. Third, they used climate and geothermal modeling to determine how much of that water would have been in liquid form and at a suitable temperature for living things.

In subterranean environments on Earth called subsurface lithotrophic microbial ecosystems, or SLiMEs, ecosystems sustain themselves not on plants that harness sunlight through photosynthesis but on microbes that harvest electrons from nearby molecules. Molecular hydrogen is an especially good electron donor.

One of the study authors, Brown Professor John Mustard, is on the team designing the next Mars Rover mission, scheduled for 2020. He and Tarnas recommended the Rover examine the sites of meteorite crashes, which may have excavated rocks from this possibly habitable depth that may hold traces of ancient life.



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September 24, 2018

Mars hosted a life-sustaining habitat for millions of years, say scientists

Mars hosted a life-sustaining habitat for millions of years, say scientists

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In a new study available in the current volume of Earth and Planetary Science Letters, a team led by scientists from Brown University in the United States says the planet Mars once had the right water and temperatures to host simple life forms—just not on its surface. Mars’ rocky, subterranean layer once had enough water and reductants to support some of the same kinds of microbial communities seen on Earth, and this habitat lasted for hundreds of millions of years.

“We showed, based on basic physics and chemistry calculations, that the ancient Martian subsurface likely had enough dissolved hydrogen to power a global subsurface biosphere,” reports lead author Jesse Tarnas, currently a graduate student at Brown. The paper does not prove life on Mars did exist but rather that conditions suitable for life are very likely to have lasted for eons. This habitable zone, located beneath Mars’ then-frozen surface, would have reached several kilometers into Mars’ surface, protected from freezing by the ice above.

The the study shows that, during Mars’ Noachian period (3.7–4.1 billion years ago), radiolysis, the process by which radiation splits water molecules apart, produced enough hydrogen gas (H2) for microbial organisms to live on so long as they remained within the area just beneath the cryosphere, the SHZ. The concentration of hydrogen in the groundwater could have ranged from about 35 to about 55 millimoles depending on whether ancient Mars was warm or cold, respectively, and higher if the subsurface medium also contained enough salt. The researchers determined this by establishing three factors. First, they examined data from the gamma ray spectrometer aboard NASA’s Odyssey spacecraft, from which they inferred how much uranium would have been present in Mars’ crust during the Noachian, and therefore how much radiation would have been available to split water and so produce hydrogen. They then built on existing models of water flow on Mars to determine how much groundwater would have been present. Third, they used climate and geothermal modeling to determine how much of that water would have been in liquid form and at a suitable temperature for living things.

In subterranean environments on Earth called subsurface lithotrophic microbial ecosystems, or SLiMEs, ecosystems sustain themselves not on plants that harness sunlight through photosynthesis but on microbes that harvest electrons from nearby molecules. Molecular hydrogen is an especially good electron donor.

One of the study authors, Brown Professor John Mustard, is on the team designing the next Mars Rover mission, scheduled for 2020. He and his co-authors recommend the Rover examine the sites of meteorite crashes, which may have excavated rocks from this possibly habitable depth that may hold traces of ancient life.



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CAR gets $6.3m emergency funding for children’s education

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Monday, September 24, 2018

In the Central African Republic (CAR), civil war has deprived an estimated 500,000 children of schooling. Many school buildings have been destroyed under attack by armed groups. Teachers have fled. Families have been displaced, and children are highly vulnerable to recruitment into armed groups, crime, sexual abuse, child marriage and early pregnancy.

In response to the humanitarian crises, the Global Partnership on Education (GPE) will provide $6.3 million in emergency funding to support the education of tens of children displaced by conflict and violence, following a request from the Government of the Central African Republic.

This follows $6 million in accelerated funding already approved in August to support children caught up in conflict in South Sudan.

Julia Gillard, Board Chair, Global Partnership for Education said that the emergency funding follows a commitment from the CAR government to “step up efforts and ensure the right to education for every child.”

“Children’s lives depend on getting a quality education and every month lost takes years to recover”, said Alice Albright, Chief Executive Officer, Global Partnership for Education.” The GPE model has the flexibility to restructure funding support to help countries and regions to strengthen and rebuild their education systems and ensure that children can learn safely during and after crisis.”

GPE’s accelerated funding will provide pre-primary and primary students with a range of interventions, including classrooms in areas where displaced families are located, learning materials, meals, water, sanitation and hygiene infrastructure and additional teachers as well as training for them. Displaced children and children from surrounding communities will also benefit from the support. UNICEF is the GPE grant agent in CAR.

Conflict, fragility and humanitarian crisis are among the biggest barriers that keep children from getting an education. Twice as many children living in these contexts are out of school than their counterparts in non-conflict countries; two-thirds as many adolescents don’t get schooling.

More than 90 percent of refugee children live in developing countries where the school infrastructure is already weak. As a result, only 60 percent of refugee children are enrolled in primary school, compared to more than 90 percent globally.

Globally, education in emergencies receives just 2.7 peecent of humanitarian aid.

GPE, therefore, finances education interventions that accompany children throughout a country’s progress from preparedness to recovery to reduce the impact of crisis. About 60 percent of GPE’s funding is for the schooling of children affected by conflict and fragility, including refugee children. GPE also promotes better coordination and dialogue between humanitarian and development actors.



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Mars may once had habitat suitable for subterranean life, say scientists

Mars may once had habitat suitable for subterranean life, say scientists

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In a new study available in the current volume of Earth and Planetary Science Letters, a team led by scientists from Brown University in the United States says that the planet Mars once had the right water and temperatures to host simple life forms—just not on its surface. Mars’ rocky, subterranean layer once had enough water and reductants to support some of the same kinds of microbial communities seen on Earth, and this habitat lasted for hundreds of millions of years.

“We showed, based on basic physics and chemistry calculations, that the ancient Martian subsurface likely had enough dissolved hydrogen to power a global subsurface biosphere,” reports lead author Jesse Tarnas, currently a graduate student at Brown. The paper does not prove that life on Mars did exist but rather that conditions suitable for life are very likely to have lasted for eons. This habitable zone, located beneath Mars’ then-frozen surface, would have reached several kilometers into Mars’ surface, protected from freezing by the ice above.

The the study shows that, during Mars’ Noachian period (3.7–4.1 billion years ago), radiolysis, the process by which radiation splits water molecules apart, produced enough hydrogen gas (H2) for microbial organisms to live on so long as they remained within the area just beneath the cryosphere, the SHZ. The concentration of hydrogen in the groundwater could have ranged from about 35 to about 55 millimoles depending on whether ancient Mars was warm or cold, respectively, and higher if the subsurface medium also contained enough salt. The researchers determined this by establishing three factors. First, they examined data from the gamma ray spectrometer aboard NASA’s Odyssey spacecraft, from which they inferred how much uranium would have been present in Mars’ crust during the Noachian, and therefore how much radiation would have been available to split water and so produce hydrogen. Then built on existing models of water flow on Mars to determine how much groundwater would have been present. Third, they used climate and geothermal modeling to determine how much of that water would have been in liquid form and at a suitable temperature for living things.

In subterranean environments on Earth called subsurface lithotrophic microbial ecosystems, or SLiMEs, ecosystems sustain themselves not on plants that harness sunlight through photosynthesis but on microbes that harvest electrons from nearby molecules. Molecular hydrogen is an especially good electron donor.

One of the study authors, Brown Professor John Mustard, is on the team designing the next Mars Rover mission, scheduled for 2020. He and his co-authors recommend that the Rover examine the sites of meteorite crashes, which may have excavated rocks from this possibly habitable depth that may hold traces of ancient life.



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September 8, 2018

US rapper Mac Miller dies at home Los Angeles

US rapper Mac Miller dies at home Los Angeles

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Saturday, September 8, 2018

Mac Miller in 2017.
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On Friday, rapper Mac Miller was found dead in his bedroom at home in San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California, United States, according to reports. He was 26.

According to news website TMZ, a friend called emergency services from Mac Miller’s apartment, in regard to a cardiac arrest. According to the coroner, Mac Miller was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigation was ongoing to identify the cause of the death.

Reports said Mac Miller previously abused drugs, which reportedly affected his two-year relationship with singer Ariana Grande. They broke up in May this year.

Mac Miller was an US rapper, singer and record producer. He was born Malcolm James McCormick in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US in 1992. In 2007, at the age of fifteen, he released his first mixtape under the nickname “EZ Mac”. He later switched to name “Mac Miller”.



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September 7, 2018

2014 hostage in Sydney Lindt cafe

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Police stormed the building after explosions and yelling were heard about 2:10am. Lindt cafe manager Tori Johnson and barrister Katrina Dawson have been killed in the 16-hour Sydney siege. Tributes flow for slain hostages.

Authorities were not able to confirm whether Tori Johnson and Ms Dawson were shot by the gunman or killed in crossfire, but several sources have told the ABC that Mr Johnson tried to grab the gunman’s weapon when he appeared to be falling asleep.

Authorities would not confirm whether Tery and Katrina Dawson were shot by the gunman or killed in crossfire. Seventeen people were taken hostage by self-styled Iranian cleric Man Haron Monis shortly before 10:00am on Monday morning, but five people were freed later that afternoon.

Police said three female hostages, aged 75, 52 and 43, sustained gunshot wounds and all were in a stable condition on Tuesday. A police officer, 39, was treated for a minor gunshot wound to his face and released from hospital.

Previously, Monis, 50, had been seated, talking to Johnson, the Monday-morning hubbub of the cafe all around them. The first anybody in the Lindt cafe knew something was wrong was when the manager of shop, Tori Johnson, had a gun pointed at him by customer Man Haron Monis.

Also in the cafe were two Indian-born software engineers – Pushpendu Ghosh and Viswakanth Ankireddy, who were working on a project for nearby bank Westpac. Marcia Mikhael and Selina Win Pe, two more Westpac employees, were also customers.

Joel Herat, Jarrod Hoffman, Harriette Denny, Fiona Ma, Elly Chen, Bae Jieun and supervisor Paolo Vassallo were workers behind the counter. Scant attention was paid to Monis, who sat with a bag at his feet. Then, almost without warning, Monis was standing. He drew a gun – which, however uncorfirmed by police, has been reported as either a short barrelled or sawn-off shotgun – and bellowed at customers to stand with their hands up.

Tony Abbott said that Monis was known to state and Commonwealth authorities for his history of violent crime and conviction for sending abusive letters to the families of Australian soldiers killed in action. Prime Minister Tony Abbott addressed the media about 8.30 am, offering the families of the victims his condolences.

Six hostages were seen running free from the cafe, 16 hours after they were first taken captive shortly before police entered the building. Another hostage was freed seconds later.

Their release has been followed seconds later by a dramatic police raid that was shown live on television. Six hostages were seen running free from the cafe shortly before police entered the building, six hostages were seen running free from the cafe, 16 hours after they were first taken captive. Seconds later, another hostage was freed. Their release was followed seconds later by a dramatic police raid that was shown live on television.



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September 6, 2018

Saucer Tennis

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Thursday, September 6, 2018

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