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Prominent Patna school gets back CBSE affiliation

Prominent Patna school gets back CBSE affiliation

first_imgPatna, Apr 28 (PTI) CBSE has restored affiliation to a prominent school here to the relief of its large number of students and their parents. Confirming the reciept of the letter from the Board restoring the affiliation, DAV BSEB school principal today said it asked the school to be run as per board guidelines.The uncertainity over restoration of affiliation to the school had threatened the career of its students as CBSE had asked the school not to give registration to those in standard 11 and standard 12.The school, known for its excellence in academics as well as in sports, has been served an eviction notice by Bihar State Power Holding Company Limited which provided it land and the building. Union minister of State for Human Resources Development Upendra Kushwaha, who hails from Bihar, had earlier promised to intervene in the matter related to de-affiliation of DAV BSEB.Trouble began for the school after a plus student went missing on February 28, 2015. She surfaced three weeks later and during questioning by police revealed that she was deliberately made to fail in Class eleven examination.Surprisingly the school procured from CBSE her admit card for Class XII examination but it could not be given to her as she had gone missing. She was allegedly gangraped while in captivity of two unidentified youths.Police had arrested three teachers of the school in this connection and the school Principal Ramanuj Prasad was suspended by the DAV management.In the wake of the episode, CBSE ordered de-affiliation of the school through a letter on May 19 last year. PTI SNS KK KKadvertisementlast_img read more

CBC ANNOUNCES 201718 PROGRAMMING SLATE

CBC ANNOUNCES 201718 PROGRAMMING SLATE

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment CBC, Canada’s public broadcaster and the number-one media brand in Canada*, today announced its 2017-18 programming lineup showcasing a wide-ranging, uniquely Canadian slate of new and returning original drama, comedy, factual, arts, kids, sports, news and documentary content from the country’s leading artists, creators and commentators across television, radio and digital platforms.“Our 2017-18 slate is a tribute to the talent and authenticity of Canada’s top creators, who are choosing CBC as the destination to share the stories they want to tell, including compelling new drama, comedy, factual, arts and documentary series,” said Heather Conway, executive-vice president, English Services, CBC. “By launching one of our largest programming lineups to date reflecting the diversity of perspectives and voices in this country, CBC continues to reach, connect with and entertain Canadians across all platforms, guided by how audiences choose to engage with us.”New CBC original television series announced today for the 2017-18 season include:BURDEN OF PROOF (winter 2018, 10×60, ICF Films, Entertainment One (eOne) and Eagle Vision), a legal drama starring Kristin Kreuk as a big city lawyer passed over for partnership who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls.CAUGHT (winter 2018, 5×60, Take The Shot Productions), Allan Hawco’s new drama set in 1978, adapted from Lisa Moore’s acclaimed novel. Locked up after a drug deal goes wrong, David Slaney (Hawco; Republic of Doyle; The Book of Negroes) makes a daring break from a New Brunswick prison to attempt one more deal with his former partner (Eric Johnson, Fifty Shades Darker, The Knick, Smallville) – all this with a dogmatic police officer, Patterson (Paul Gross, Alias Grace, Hyena Road, Passchendaele), at his heels.THE DETECTIVES (fall 2017, 8×60, WAM Media GRP Inc.), a true crime series that brings to life the real cases of Canadian detectives by blending first-person interviews with scripted drama.LITTLE DOG (winter 2018, 7×30, Cameron Pictures and Elemental Pictures), a comedy from author, musician and actor Joel Thomas Hynes (Mary Kills People, Orphan Black) and showrunner Sherry White (Rookie Blue, Saving Hope) that tells the story of lightweight Newfoundland boxer Donny “Little Dog” Ross and his haphazard quest for redemption after quitting a fight.THE STATS OF LIFE (fall 2017, 1×60, 4×30, Frantic Films), a factual series that reveals surprising truths about how Canadians are living today based on recent population statistics.New CBC KIDS titles include animated series ADDISON (fall 2017, 20×11, Six Eleven Media) chronicling the adventures of a young girl who loves to solve mysteries; BEAT BUGS (winter 2018, 52×11, Thunderbird Entertainment, Grace Films, Beyond Films and Atomic Cartoons), following five charming bugs and featuring songs from The Beatles; and preschool series BECCA’S BUNCH (fall 2017, 52×11, Jam Media), which merges live action and puppetry with 2D and 3D animation. Login/Register With: FRIDAY8 p.m. (8:30 NT) – Marketplace *NEW SEASON*8:30 p.m. (9 NT) – Interrupt This Program *NEW SEASON*(Oct)/The Stats of Life *NEW SERIES* (Nov)9 p.m. (9:30 NT) – the fifth estate *NEW SEASON* These titles join previously announced new CBC original television series for 2017-18 including:21 THUNDER(summer 2017, 8×60, PMA Productions and Generic Productions), a fast-paced drama that follows the players and coaches of an elite under-21 Montreal soccer team both on and off the field, premiering July 31.ALIAS GRACE(fall 2017, 6×60, Halfire Entertainment), the highly anticipated miniseries written and produced by Sarah Polley, directed by Mary Harron and starring Sarah Gadon, based on the award-winning Margaret Atwood novel and inspired by true events, premiering September 25.CRAWFORD(winter 2018, 12×30, Rabbit Square Productions), Mike Clattenburg’s (Trailer Park Boys) unconventional family comedy about a young man who, after a run of bad luck, moves back in with his parents and turns his natural ability to relate to racoons into a successful business, all while navigating life with his eccentric family. Starring Jill Hennessy (Shots Fired, Crossing Jordan), John Carroll Lynch (The Founder, American Horror Story) and Kyle Mac (Miss Sloane, 21 Thunder).FRANKIE DRAKE MYSTERIES(fall 2017, 11×60, Shaftesbury) from the producers of Murdoch Mysteries, following Toronto’s only female private detective in the 1920s (Lauren Lee Smith; The Listener, This Life) and her colleague Trudy (Chantel Riley; The Lion King) as they take on the cases that the police don’t want or can’t handle.THEGREAT CANADIAN BAKING SHOW (fall 2017, 8×60, Proper Television), based on the hit British format, which will bring together 10 amateur bakers from across Canada to compete in a series of themed culinary challenges. The most recent season of the British series, THE GREAT BRITISH BAKING SHOW, will also air on CBC beginning August 23 to warm up audiences ahead of the premiere of the Canadian version.TAKEN (summer 2017, 8×30, Eagle Vision), a true crime documentary series that explores the search for answers and justice for Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women.This fall, CBC will broadcast the Canadian premiere of the next instalment of Jane Campion’s Emmy and Golden Globe® nominated  TOP OF THE LAKE: CHINA GIRL (2017, 7×50, See-Saw Films, BBC Worldwide), which will see Elizabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale, Mad Men) reprise her Golden Globe® winning role as Detective Robin Griffin. She will be joined by Nicole Kidman and Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones, Star Wars: The Force Awakens). The first season of TOP OF THE LAKE (2013) will stream on cbc.ca/watch ahead of the Season 2 premiere. Season 1 of the BAFTA-nominated, feel-good British series THE DURRELLS (2016, 6×60, Sid Gentle Films Ltd., BBC Worldwide) will also air in fall 2017, based on Gerald Durrell’s trilogy of novels about a family’s adventures on a Greek island after leaving their English home in hopes of a better life.Returning drama, comedy, factual and arts series include BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW (summer 2017 starting June 27, Season 2); CORONATION STREET (fall 2017, Season 19); DRAGONS’ DEN (fall 2017, Season 12) featuring Arlene Dickinson’s return to the Den; EXHIBITIONISTS (Season 3, fall 2017); weekday daytime series THE GOODS (fall 2017, Season 2); HA!IFAX COMEDY FEST (winter 2018, Season 22); HEARTLAND (fall 2017, Season 11); HELLO GOODBYE (winter 2018, Season 3); INTERRUPT THIS PROGRAM (fall 2017, Season 3); JUST FOR LAUGHS: GALAS (fall 2017); KIM’S CONVENIENCE (fall 2017, Season 2); MR. D (fall 2017, Season 7); MURDOCH MYSTERIES (fall 2017, Season 11); RICK MERCER REPORT (fall 2017, Season 15); SCHITT’S CREEK (winter 2018, Season 4); STILL STANDING (summer 2017 starting June 27, Season 3); THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES (fall 2017, Season 25); WHEN CALLS THE HEART (summer 2017 starting June 18, Season 3); THE WINNIPEG COMEDY FESTIVAL (winter 2018, Season 16); and WORKIN’ MOMS (winter 2018, Season 2).CBC’s award-winning news and documentary programming returning this fall includes flagship daily news program THE NATIONAL, MARKETPLACE (Season 45) and THE FIFTH ESTATE (Season 43). Moving to Sunday nights are acclaimed documentary series FIRSTHAND (Season 3) and David Suzuki’s THE NATURE OF THINGS (Season 57), which will launch its new season with THE WILD CANADIAN YEAR (5×60, River Road Films), showcasing Canada’s extraordinary wildlife.Furthering CBC’s commitment to Canadian music, THE JUNO AWARDS return to Canada’s public broadcaster in 2018, with the 47th annual awards to be broadcast live on CBC from Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on Sunday, March 25 (produced by Insight Productions). CBC MUSIC will also launch new music programming initiatives and special events in partnership with CARAS, including covering a more diverse range of genres and musicians and investing in educational initiatives to support the next generation of artists. The JUNO Awards join CBC’s annual line-up of awards programming celebrating Canadian creators, artists and storytellers, including the CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS (winter 2018); CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION AWARDS (September 10); GOVERNOR GENERAL’S PERFORMING ARTS AWARDS (June 29 & 30); POLARIS MUSIC PRIZE GALA(September 18); and SCOTIABANK GILLER PRIZE (fall 2017).CBC continues to expand its investment in original digital content with its largest slate ever spanning 15 new and returning series streaming at cbc.ca/watch  and on the CBC app in 2017-18, including new seasons of award-winning comedies MY 90 YEAR OLD ROOMMATE and THE AMAZING GAYL PILE.New arts, comedy and factual series include ART WORKS! (working title), a subversively surreal series profiling Canadian artists; BUT I’M CHRIS JERICHO, based on the fictionalized, funny life of the pro wrestler; HOW TO BUY A BABY, following a couple’s darkly funny struggle with infertility; KIDS THAT ARE KIND OF AMAZING AT STUFF…WITH GERRY DEE, following the comedian as he meets Canadian kids with exceptional talent; LIVING WITH E’s, featuring 80-somethings Mrs. Eulalia (Mary Walsh) and Mrs. Enid (Cathy Jones) as they inadvertently give frank advice to young people; STAY CALM AND DECOLONIZE, profiling Indigenous artists who are embracing Buffy Sainte-Marie’s call to decolonize following Canada 150; and TEN X TEN, featuring 10 LGBTQ+ artists who tell their stories while finger-painting a self-portrait.CBC’s award-winning CBC SHORT DOCS will also launch an extensive new slate of immersive and intimate original digital docs in 2017-18 including CALL ME OLLY (Jordan Molaro and Tyson Anderson), capturing the power that a name can hold over an individual striving to be uninhibited; DECLUTTER (Madison Thomas), exploring the filmmaker’s revelation about her mother and why she is always cleaning; and TWILIGHT DANCERS (Theola Ross and Paola Marino), focusing on how young people from Pimicikamak Cree Nation use square dancing to cope with the youth suicide epidemic in their community.With more than 100 million downloads over the past year**, CBC RADIO builds on its podcasting success with a slate of new original series including ALONE: A LOVE STORY (fall 2017), a memoir about love and the fallout of cheating; THE FRIDGE LIGHT (September 2017), a deeply nerdy and fascinating look at the hidden stories of food, hosted by food critic and writer Chris Nuttall-Smith; ON DRUGS (June 2017), exploring our complicated relationship with drugs; and SEAT AT THE TABLE (June 2017), a weekly talk show hosted by Montrealers Isabelle Racicot and Martine St-Victor as they tackle what’s brewing in media, politics and pop culture. David Ridgen, the host of CBC’s breakout hit podcast SOMEONE KNOWS SOMETHING with more than 20 million downloads to date, also returns in fall 2017 with SOMEONE KNOWS SOMETHING CASE FILES: MISSISSIPI COLD CASE and GREAVETTE CASE, focusing on two new cold cases. Podcast series will launch at cbc.ca/podcasts and also air concurrently on CBC Radio One.Additional new CBC RADIO programming includes RECLAIMED (July 2017 on CBC Radio One and CBC Radio 2) hosted by Cree/Dene artist and storyteller Jarrett Marrineau, who will explore the many worlds of contemporary Indigenous music; and ROAD TRIP RADIO (June 2017 on CBC Radio One), a new series from the This Is That team mixing comedy and documentaries, with each episode focusing on one province or territory. NEW FIRE also returns this summer (June 2017 on CBC Radio One), featuring host Lisa Charleyboy as she travels from remote reserves to bustling cities, going to the heart of conversations that are important to Indigenous youth.​As Canada’s Olympic Network, CBC will provide the compelling coverage and storytelling that Canadians have come to expect leading up to, during and after the OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES PYEONGCHANG 2018 across all platforms from February 9-25, 2018. In addition to Olympic Games coverage, CBC SPORTS will continue to connect Canadians with high-performance athletes each week through ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES on CBC, cbcsports.ca and via the CBC Sports app. Some of the major international events on the CBC Sports schedule in 2017-18 include the 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Toronto July 16-23, the FINA World Aquatics Championships July 14-30, the IAAF World Track & Field Championships August 4-13, and the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Montreal October 2-8.The CBC 2017 fall primetime television schedule is as follows:MONDAY8 p.m. (8:30 NT) – Murdoch Mysteries *NEW SEASON*9 p.m. (9:30 NT) – Alias Grace *NEW SERIES*(Sept)/Frankie Drake *NEW SERIES*(Nov) TUESDAY8 p.m. (8:30 NT)- Rick Mercer Report *NEW SEASON*8:30 p.m. (9 NT) – This Hour Has 22 Minutes *NEW SEASON*9 p.m. (9:30 NT) – Kim’s Convenience *NEW SEASON*9:30 p.m. (10 NT) – Mr. D *NEW SEASON* THURSDAY8 p.m. (8:30 NT) – Dragons’ Den *NEW SEASON, NEW NIGHT*9 p.m. (9:30 NT) – The Detectives *NEW SERIES* *Source: Ipsos The Most Influential Brands in Canada 2017**Source: Sumo Logic (Apr 16-Apr 17)-30-About CBC/Radio-CanadaCBC/Radio-Canada is Canada’s national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. We are Canada’s trusted source of news, information and Canadian entertainment. Deeply rooted in communities all across the country, CBC/Radio-Canada offers diverse content in English, French and eight Indigenous languages. We also provide international news and information from a uniquely Canadian perspective. In 2017, CBC/Radio-Canada will at the heart of the celebrations and conversations with special 2017-themed multiplatform programming and events across Canada. Advertisementlast_img read more

Settlement Talks Begin With Jerry Sandusky Victims

Settlement Talks Begin With Jerry Sandusky Victims

Jerry Sandusky victims could soon be getting paid for the anguish the convicted child molester inflicted on them. Mediators appointed by Penn State have begun settlement discussions with at least 20 men who accused Sandusky of sexual abuse, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.The accusers involved in the talks include eight who were named in the state prosecutors’ case against Sandusky, four who filed lawsuits or alleged molestation via the media, and at least eight others who have not made their allegations public.“All of these claims will be very different from one another factually and potentially legally,” negotiator Michael K. Rozen told the Inquirer. “We’re having lots of discussions so far about how to go about evaluating them.”Rozen and law partner Kenneth R. Feinberg handled the compensation for the Sept. 11 victims fund and victims of the 2010 BP Gulf oil spill, and Penn State hired them to handle negotiations for settlements with Sandusky’s alleged victims.“Right now, we’re trying to think through how we transparently – both to the claimants and the university – put the claims into some sort of hierarchy,” Rozen said. “Because there’s so much attention being paid to this, we don’t think we can have 20 separate negotiations and 20 separate resolutions.”No one has publicly provided an estimate of how much the university may be willing to pay in settlements to Sandusky’s victims.At 68, the sentence by judge John Cleland means Sandusky will likely die in prison, which is what many of the jurors said he deserved for manipulating youths he preyed on in his charity organization, Second Mile.Legendary coach Joe Paterno was fired in the aftermath of Sandusky’s arrest and later died from complications of cancer.Penn State president Rodney Erickson issued a statement that read, in part: “While today’s sentence cannot erase what has happened, hopefully it can provide comfort to those effected by those horrible events.”Sandusky maintains his innocence and plans to appeal, a process his lawyer, Joe Amedola, has said will probably begin in the coming weeks. read more

PM Pays Tribute to Nelson Mandela on Anniversary of Birth Date

PM Pays Tribute to Nelson Mandela on Anniversary of Birth Date

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, July 20, 2017 – Nassau – Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Hubert Alexander Minnis  paid tribute to former South Africa President, Mr. Nelson Mandela, during the Opening Session of the Commonwealth Youth Games held at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, July 18, 2017.The Opening Ceremony coincided with what would have been President Mandela’s 99th birthday.    The South African leader was born on July 18, 1918 in Mvezo, a tiny village on the banks of the Mbashe River in Transkei, South Africa.    Mr. Mandela died on December 5, 2013 at the age of 95.Prime Minister Minnis encouraged athletes to “celebrate at these Games, the ideals and values of the Commonwealth, including those of peace, freedom and common purpose for progress and a better and more just world” – all similar to the ideals Mr. Mandela fought for during his lifetime.A civil rights activist and philanthropist who fought for freedom, Mr. Mandela was jailed for 27 years by the South African Government.    He rose to become the country’s first democratically elected President in 1994.The Bahamas was among the global countries that played a significant role in the eventual release of Mr. Mandela from prison, as a signatory to the Nassau Accord at the 1985 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) held in Nassau, The Bahamas.“The Bahamas Government was pleased to host the 1985 Commonwealth Heads of Government which agreed to the Nassau Accord,” Prime Minister Minnis said.    “The Nassau Accord led to the eventual release of Mr. Mandela from prison after 27 years and played a role in the eventual dismantling of the apartheid system.“In this spirit, let us celebrate at these Games the ideals and values of the Commonwealth, including those of peace, freedom and common purpose for progress and a better and more just world.”From 1994 until June 1999, President Mandela worked to bring about the transition from minority rule and apartheid to black majority rule in South Africa.    He used the nation’s enthusiasm for sports to promote reconciliation between whites and blacks, encouraging black South Africans to support the once-hated national rugby team.    The strategy was later was made into the internationally acclaimed movie — Invictus.Mr. Mandela stepped down as President of South Africa after serving just one term.    President Mandela was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 for his work in dismantling Apartheid in South Africa.Mr. Mandela also worked to protect South Africa’s economy from collapse during his presidency.    Through his Reconstruction and Development Plan, the South African government funded the creation of jobs, housing and basic health care.    In 1996, President Mandela signed a new constitution into law for the nation, establishing a strong central government based on majority rule, guaranteeing both the rights of minorities and the freedom of expression.Story by: Matt MauraPress Release: BIS Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more

23 year old male charged with Sexual Offences Robbery and Kidnapping

23 year old male charged with Sexual Offences Robbery and Kidnapping

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, August 17, 2017 – Providenciales – A 23 year old male of Blue Hills was arrested and formally charged with Taking Motor Vehicle without Authority, two counts of Robbery, three counts of Rape, three counts of Kidnapping and three counts of Imitation firearm with intent to cause fear in connection with report made on Tuesday 18th July 2017.Around 1:02am that date, the three victims were approached by three masked men with firearms who demanded cash and forced them into sexual activity against their will.He will be taken to court later this week.Press Release: RTCIPF Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more

San Diego to Recognize Young Heroine from Rancho Peñasquitos

San Diego to Recognize Young Heroine from Rancho Peñasquitos

first_img KUSI Newsroom Posted: January 23, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSan Diego, CA (KUSI): On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., Councilmember Chris Cate will declare the day as “Sophia M. Righthouse Day” in the City of San Diego. Two months ago, Sophia M. Righthouse, a Park Village resident, personally assisted with the evacuation of a condominium complex in Rancho Peñasquitos that was engulfed in flames. At only 14 years of age, Sophia conducted the evacuations in a calm professional manner, attributing her training with the Young Marines.A 4.0 student at Westview High School, Sophia, a freshman, has a long-term goal of attending the Naval Academy or participating in College ROTC and embarking on a military career. Sophia is a Master Sergeant in the Young Marines serving with the Miramar Unit based out of MCAS Miramar. Sophia founded the Young Marines “Valuing our Veterans” flagpole program, where she gathers funding to purchase and install flagpoles for local military veterans in recognition of their service.In addition to the Young Marines, Sophia M. Righthouse has volunteered more than 600 hours serving her community as a Cadet Seaman in the Naval JROTC unit at Westview High School and is a Senior Girl Scout with Troop 8716. Sophia has earned the prestigious Girl Scouts USA Bronze and Silver Awards.“Sophia Righthouse is an outstanding example of a youth that embodies patriotism, volunteerism, civic responsibility, leadership, and a passion to help others. Individuals like Sophia, make our community better,” stated Councilmember Chris Cate.“The Young Marines have impacted how I think and how I act.  They have allowed me to believe in myself and learn about the core values of honor, courage, and commitment,” said Sophia M. Righthouse. Updated: 6:18 PM San Diego to Recognize Young Heroine from Rancho Peñasquitos January 23, 2018center_img Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News Tags: Chris Cate FacebookTwitter WHAT:Sophia M. Righthouse Day WHO:Sergeant Bret Righthouse, San Diego Police Department (Sophia’s father)Detective Susan Righthouse, San Diego Police Department (Sophia’s mother)Righthouse family membersSan Diego Police Department officers WHEN:Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. WHERE:City Hall, 202 C Street, 12th Floor (Council Chambers), San Diego, CA 92101last_img read more