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Dehradun (Uttarakhand) [India], May 14 (ANI): The Uttarakhand government on Thursday announced that all shops of the Public Distribution System will open for 3 hours ( i.e. from 7 am to 10 am) from May 14 till May 18.
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Udonis Haslem can finally say that he has played in 18 NBA seasons. The Miami Heat forward got into a game for the first time this season Thursday night, checking in with 59.3 seconds left in the first quarter of the team’s regular-season home finale against Philadelphia. Haslem, who turns 41 on June 9, became the oldest player to appear in a game for the Heat and the oldest to get on an NBA floor for any team this season.
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VANCOUVER — Leaders of the Chinese-Canadian community say the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes across Vancouver and North America suggests the population has not been accepted as a part of the wider society. The comments came Thursday during a roundtable discussion on anti-Asian hate crimes hosted by the Vancouver Police Board. Carol Lee, chair of the Vancouver Chinatown Foundation, said people of Asian heritage are excluded from areas of power in the city. "The alarming rise of anti-Asian hate in Canada and south of the border shows Asians have not been fully accepted in North America, even if we have been here for generations," she said. "Anti-Asian racism has always been here." Lee said COVID-19 may have played a role in the rise of racist incidents, but added the tension has been around longer than the pandemic. Vancouver police reported a 717 per cent rise in anti-Asian hate crime in 2020 compared with 2019. The majority of incidents occurred last May. The city has recorded 15 such incidents since the start of this year. Deputy chief Howard Chow said he wants to reassure the larger Asian community that police are prioritizing investigating the incidents. He also urged citizens to intervene when they see racist incidents occurring. "Sometimes we as police leaders are reluctant to say this but intervene," he said. "If you think it's safe to do so, if you're comfortable with it, intervene." Police in B.C. do not have the ability to recommend hate crimes charges under the Criminal Code. It is a sentencing provision that is applied by the courts if a person is convicted of a Criminal Code offence. Supt. Howard Tran said the rise in hate crimes has led to his elderly parents being scared to leave their home. "They're less concerned about contracting COVID when they walk about than being assaulted," Tran said. "It's heartbreaking that my parents can't go out and walk without the fear of being assaulted." He said 13 of the 98 cases reported last year have resulted in criminal charges being forwarded to the Crown. Some of those who spoke during the panel discussion shared their belief that the number of hate crimes is much higher than figures show, with many incidents going unreported. Others spoke of their frustration that despite growing awareness, no discernible action has been taken. Mayor Kennedy Stewart said he would work to ensure the incidents are treated with the utmost priority moving forward. Queenie Choo, CEO of United Chinese Community Enrichment Services Society, said there needs to be a long-term, sustainable funding approach for anti-racism initiatives. Choo, who was also one of the panellists on the police department's roundtable discussion Thursday, said recent international media reports dubbing Vancouver as the capital of anti-Asian hate crime in North America is "appalling." "We need to go further and look at tangible outcomes so we can see a change in our community," she said in an interview. More transparency is needed on how hate crimes are prosecuted as well as how many people are being sentenced for those crimes, Choo added. Without those measurements, it's hard to gauge whether anti-hate crime initiatives are a success, she said. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 13, 2021. Nick Wells, The Canadian Press
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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday said health officials are "anxious" about the COVID-19 variant first identified in India and refused to rule out the possibility of localised lockdowns to stem its spread. - David Cameron has defended his lobbying of British ministers and officials on behalf of Greensill Capital, insisting it was to benefit the economy rather than preserve the value of his share options in the company.
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia's top health official was compelled to resign Thursday after the city's mayor learned partial human remains from the 1985 bombing of the headquarters of a Black organization had been cremated and disposed of without notifying family members. Mayor Jim Kenney said Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley made the decision regarding remains of the MOVE bombing victims several years ago. The announcement of Farley's ouster came by design on the 36th anniversary of the MOVE bombing, after Kenney consulted victims' family members. Among the 11 slain when police bombed the organization's headquarters, causing a fire that spread to more than 60 row homes, were five children. A lawyer who accompanied MOVE members to a meeting with Kenney, Michael Coard, described their reaction as “outraged, enraged, incensed, but mostly confused.” In a statement released by the mayor’s office, Farley said that in early 2017 he was told by the city’s medical examiner, Dr. Sam Gulino, that a box had been found containing materials related to MOVE bombing victims' autopsies. “In the box were bones and bone fragments, presumably from one or more of the victims,” Farley said. It is a standard procedure to retain specimens after an autopsy ends and the remains are turned over to the decedent’s next-of-kin, Farley said. “Believing that investigations related to the MOVE bombing had been completed more than 30 years earlier, and not wanting to cause more anguish for the families of the victims, I authorized Dr. Gulino to follow this procedure and dispose of the bones and bone fragments," Farley said. The decision was his alone, and other top city officials were not consulted, he said. After recent reports that local institutions had remains of MOVE bombing victims, Farley said he reconsidered his actions and notified higher-ups. Kenney said Farley told him about what occurred late Tuesday, took responsibility and resigned from the $175,000-a-year job he'd held for five years. “I profoundly regret making this decision without consulting the family members of the victims and I extend my deepest apologies for the pain this will cause them,” Farley wrote. Kenney said Farley's decision lacked empathy. Gulino has also been put on leave pending an investigation, Kenney said. “I had the opportunity to meet with members of the Africa family and apologize for the way this situation was handled, and for how the city has treated them for the last five decades,” Kenney said in a statement. MOVE members adopted the surname of the group's founder, John Africa. Kenney later told reporters that he had a long and difficult meeting with victims' family members and agreed to publicly disclose the matter on the bombing anniversary at their request. Coard said MOVE, a group that members describe as a family and an organization, plans to respond to Kenney after deliberating among themselves about what they consider to be a just result. A lawsuit is possible, Coard said. “They had a lot of questions about why this happened, questions about, is this standard operating procedure? Questions like, who made the ultimate decisions?” Coard said. “It’s one thing to lose a box of remains. It’s another thing to intentionally destroy a box of remains. Who does that?” He called it the “ultimate desecration.” “Obviously it's going to be someone they're familiar with, but they want to know, hey, was this my mother, father, sister, brother, niece, nephew? Who was this?” Coard said. Kenney said the remains had been kept in a storage room. The volume of remains was unclear, and Kenney said he hoped to determine where and how they were disposed of. The city has hired a law firm to investigate and has agreed to include lawyers for the victims’ families in the process. Late Thursday, a crowd gathered at an intersection near the block of Osage Avenue in West Philadelphia where the bombing happened. Dressed all in white, MOVE members read a minute-by-minute account of the bombing and the confrontation that led up to it: Philadelphia police, attempting to serve warrants on four members and evict the rest of the Black back-to-nature group from its headquarters, dropped a bomb from a helicopter, igniting fuel for a generator stored on the roof. Members on Thursday recounted alleged comments from the city emergency officials directing first responders to let the house burn. Fire department leaders later said they were scared their firefighters could face gunfire if they attempted to get to the home in the middle of the block. The fire quickly spread, displacing more than 250 people. The city appointed a commission to investigate the decisions that led to the bombing, and in 1986 it issued a report calling the decision to bomb an occupied row house “unconscionable.” MOVE survivors were awarded a $1.5 million judgment in a 1996 civil lawsuit. City officials claimed at the time that neighbors had filed complaints, saying there were issues with sanitation, vermin and noise at odd hours. But documents gathered by the commission and in the research into the bombing, showed city officials, including the mayor, had designated the group as a terrorist organization. Group members maintained they had been targeted since the 1978 eviction attempt where a police officer was killed and called the complaints explanation a lie. As Mike Africa Jr. addressed a group gathered to commemorate the 36th anniversary of the bombing, he described getting the call from city officials who wanted to talk about the destruction of the remains that MOVE members had not known existed. He said the news came a month after the group had learned the remains of two children killed in the bombing had been given to an anthropologist at the University of Pennsylvania and used in teaching lessons without the permission of family members. Some in attendance Thursday shouted “shame,” and “grave robber.” ___ Scolforo reported from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Claudia Lauer And Mark Scolforo, The Associated Press
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Some homes and roads in Little Buffalo River, near Fort Resolution, N.W.T., were flooded Thursday, but by Thursday evening flood waters were already receding. The settlement of Little Buffalo River shares it's name with a nearby river. Todd Francis, the senior administrative officer with Fort Resolution, estimates at least a dozen homes may have been affected, though an official assessment of the damage is still needed. "There's a lot of … big chunks of ice up on the road and in people's yards," he said, adding "there's some damage to some people's property." Francis says the water levels have receded to lower than the levels seen Wednesday night. He did not have an estimate on how high water levels got. "I think the worst is over," he said. Francis says the high water levels Thursday morning may have come to a surprise to some residents. "I think everybody scrambled to try and save what they could but eventually got out," Francis said. "Forestry [staff] was out there this afternoon to try and help out. I sent some staff out there to assist where and when, you know, if possible to, help out but I mean, I think it's too early for that right now." Fort Resolution has not flooded, though it is still having some issues with the snow melt and trying to direct the water "in the right direction," he said. "I think we've done a pretty good job at managing that. We still have some trouble areas … and we've got a couple of areas there that have been washed out," Francis said. Homes in Little Buffalo River near Fort Resolution, N.W.T., seen on Thursday, May 13, 2021, engulfed in water.(Tom Unka) "But, I think once we see the water recedes back we should be able to go out there and repair some of the culverts and and put the roads back into good shape." He says there aren't any evacuees from Little Buffalo River at the moment but that Fort Resolution will likely be able to help accommodate them. "If we have to make arrangements here in town, you know, we do have some Airbnbs and some bed and breakfasts here that we can help where we can." Francis says he'll be bringing the matter of support to council likely next week to "see if there's something that they want to do to assist with at least their cleanup and any other things they may need to … get back to some type of normalcy." He's also waiting to hear back from the territorial government to "see what type of action plan we can put together."
VICTORIA — COVID-19 immunizations are starting to make a difference in British Columbia and a gradual loosening of restrictions is being considered as the summer months approach, health officials say. Government data is showing reduced community transmissions as more people receive their first doses of vaccine, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said Thursday. "We are in a place where we are in a good direction," she said at a news conference. "We need to keep it up until at least the end of the May long weekend. We can see a future where we don't have COVID-19 ruling our lives." But Henry said any movement to relax current health restrictions on large gatherings and other activities won't be under consideration until after the Victoria Day weekend and likely not until at least Canada Day. She said any reopening plan will be small and gradual, "not a flick of the switch." B.C. government restrictions on non-essential travel, group exercise and indoor dining are in place until May 24. "What we are doing in B.C. is working," said Henry. "We look to brighter days ahead." Henry discussed government data that tracked 79,480 positive COVID-19 cases and the impact of vaccines between Dec. 27, 2020, and May 1, 2021. More than 98 per cent, or 78,020 COVID-19 cases, were diagnosed in people who were not vaccinated or had received their first dose less than 21 days before testing positive. She said of those who had received a first vaccine dose and 21 days had elapsed, 1.7 per cent or 1,340 people tested positive for COVID-19. Of those who received a second vaccine dose and were tested after seven days, less than half of one per cent or 120 people tested positive for COVID-19, said Henry. "While there have been some infections among vaccinated people, anyone who has received a vaccine is lower risk than unvaccinated people," said a government briefing document released at the news conference. Health Minister Adrian Dix said more than 50 per cent of eligible people in B.C. have received their first vaccine dose, but he urged more people to register for their shot. "Let's face it, 500 to 600 cases a day is still way too high," he said. Henry reported 587 new infections Thursday and five deaths, bringing the total number of fatalities to 1,632 people. Henry also confirmed a second person in B.C., a male in his 40s in the Fraser Health region, suffered the rare blood-clotting disorder after receiving a first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, but he's listed in stable condition in hospital. "We are following this carefully," she said. "It is rare but it is also serious." Henry said Wednesday B.C. is holding its remaining stock of AstraZeneca vaccine to use as second doses for residents. Canada's deputy chief public health officer Dr. Howard Njoo said the country has recorded 18 cases of vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia, or VITT, in people who received their first AstraZeneca dose and 10 other cases are under investigation. Alberta, Quebec and New Brunswick have each reported a death after people received their first dose of AstraZeneca. More than two million people have already received the vaccine, said Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer. She said the incidence of the rare blood-clotting cases range from one in 83,000 to one in 55,000, depending on the results of current investigations. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 13, 2021. Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press
Michael Jai White, whose work as an an actor, director and writer includes “Arrow,” “The Dark Knight,” “Spawn” and “Mortal Kombat: Legacy,” announced the launch of Jaigantic Studios, which will be Connecticut’s first mini-major studio. White has long wanted to return to his home state to expand the industry with a studio that will provide […]