Its prime time today Another mathematical oddity

first_imgAre you feeling it?Something… special in the air?Turns out July 26, 2011 is another standout date in the numbers-obsessed world of Inan Aziz, University of Portland electrical engineering professor, who gets mighty fired up about these things.Ignore our lackluster, gray July morning (sigh). Forget, for a moment, the numbing spin of digits on the national debt clock and such.Nope, this particular Tuesday is actually one prime, prime… and prime, day.We’ll let Aziz spell it out:“…The single full date of July 26, 2011 is extremely rare since 7262011 = 191 x 193 x 197, i.e., the product of three consecutive prime numbers! There are only 2 such dates in this (3rd) millennium and both happen to be in this (21st) century!”OK. Feel better now?Of course, Prof. Aziz has much more to say. Read on, for entertainment’s sake (Aziz readily concedes there’s no larger meaning to his calendar-centric hobby). Or don’t — but, at least, acknowledge the enthusiasm here(!!)=====================“The single full date number of July 26, 2011 expressed in the month/day/year date format is 7262011 and guess what, this number equals the product of three consecutive prime numbers, i.e., 7262011 = 191 x 193 x 197!! (Interestingly enough, the reverse of this date number 1102627 also equals the product of three prime numbers (but not consecutive), that is, 1102627 = 19 x 131 x 443! Fascinating!!)Based on my calculations, the last time this type of date happened was in 1933 on August 7 (since 871933 = 89 x 97 x 101!). (Before this, it occurred in 1833 on August 27 since 8271833 = 197 x 199 x 211!)last_img read more

United Way volunteers bring large mural to life in NW MiamiDade

first_imgNORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – More than 50 volunteers rolled up their sleeves and brought a massive mural to life in Northwest Miami-Dade, Saturday morning.Some of South Florida’s youngest philanthropists lent a helping hand to complete the art project, sponsored by the United Way, at Dorsey Technical College, located at 7100 N.W. 17th Ave. #YoungLeadersMiami and @RyderSystemInc building a brighter, #StrongerMiami at @DADorseyTC @MDCPS 🎨🖌💪 pic.twitter.com/MNat8pM1i1— United Way Miami (@UnitedWayMiami) February 11, 2017“I feel like, to whom much is given, much is required, and Miami is such a strong community,” said one volunteer. “We have so many people here, that it’s up to us to give back and make it a better place,” he said.The mural was designed by Miami-based artist Michael Halley.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Qiantu K50 is a Chinese EV with 430 hp and a wild

first_imgWhile the New York Auto Show features many debuts from well-known, established automakers, it’s also great to see the newcomers enter the fray. Take, for instance, the Qiantu K50, which debuted at the New York show.The Qiantu K50 is a Chinese electric sports car that will be sold in the US as well. While some companies may roll into auto shows with trillion-horsepower moon shots, the K50 is a relatively tame car with a modest output that should position its price tag in a way that won’t scare people away. We’ll start with the looks. It sort of looks like Dr. Moreau attempted to merge a BMW i8 with a fish, at least up front — the hood is low, long and curvy, and beneath that is a set of thin headlights and a strip of trim that would be a grille if it weren’t an electric car. My favorite part of the front end has to be the area below the headlights, which is covered in this wild flourish that hides a set of radiators. Carbon-fiber trim starts from that spot on the bumper and continues unimpeded to an intake on the door. Out back, I see a bit of McLaren in the way the taillights blend with the rear bumper.Enlarge ImageCredit where it’s due, there’s nothing else quite like it. Steven Pham/Roadshow While only some of the carbon fiber is shown, there’s a lot here. There are 29 carbon-fiber components on the body, weighing only about 103 pounds. The rest of the body is made of sheet metal, while the frame underneath is made of aluminum. A double-wishbone suspension at each corner means it should handle pretty darn well. Brembo brakes and a set of sticky Pirelli P-Zero tires with a unique tread pattern will help everything come to a stop.The real clever bits are all under that skin. The K50 uses two electric motors, one at each axle, granting the vehicle all-wheel drive. Output is approximately 400 horsepower when putting around town, but there’s an “overclocking” mode that briefly boosts output to about 430 hp. The electric motors feature torque vectoring, assuring there’s traction at the specific wheel that needs it. Qiantu didn’t make any mention of battery capacity or range, but Chinese models get a 78kWh battery, and the range from that unit is estimated at 230 miles by Chinese NEDC standards. There’s also a solar-powered HVAC system that engages when the interior temperature exceeds 77 degrees Fahrenheit.That all sounds pretty cool, but there’s still plenty we don’t know, like its estimated range in the US, or — perhaps most importantly — its price. But the car won’t be on sale until 2020, so we still have some time for that information to arrive. When it comes to US manufacturing, that responsibility will be left to Mullen Technologies, based in California. Share your voice New York Auto Show 2019 Apr 19 • Acura MDX PMC Edition is a hand-assembled SUV in brilliant red paint reading • Qiantu K50 is a Chinese EV with 430 hp and a wild sports car design Qiantu’s K50 electric sports car should arrive in the US in 2020 Originally published April 16 at 4 p.m. ET.Update April 18: Adds new photos from the show floor. 40 Photos See All Apr 19 • Volkswagen’s US CEO says around $25,000 would be a smart price for a small pickup Apr 19 • Check out the gory details in Honda’s IIHS crash-tested HR-V 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better • More From Roadshow Electric Cars Sports Cars Future Cars Coupes 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Comments Tags New York Auto Show 2019 May 29 • 2020 Ford Escape: Everything there is to know 2 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value BMWlast_img read more

Morgan Stanley Downgrades Indias Telecom Sector Reliance Communications Idea Shares Fall

first_imgIndia’s telecom industry suffered a blow on Tuesday, with Global firm Morgan Stanley downgrading its outlook on two of the nation’s telecom companies.The international brokerage slashed its ratings for the companies from “attractive” to “in-line”. It gave Reliance Communications  an “underweight” from “equalweight” view, and Idea Cellular an “equalweight” from a previous “overweight” outlook.Morgan Stanley said that the downgrade for Reliance Communications was on account of a weak balance sheet and the high regulatory risk the company is enduring. The Investment bank cut back its target price to 51 rupees from the earlier 109 rupees.On the other hand, Idea Cellular’s target price was cut down to 87 rupees from 134, with Morgan Stanley citing “regulatory risks, smaller balance sheet and a 32 percent outperformance in the last 12 months” as reasons for the downgrade, the bank said according to the Economic Times.Bharti Airtel also had its target price reduced to Rs 366 from Rs 488, but has retained the “overweight’ rating on account of increased cash flows and a better balance sheet.”Increased interest outgo led by huge debt levels continued to impact these companies’ performance despite an incremental topline and operating profits. However, on the operational parameters these companies performed well with strong volume growth on their networks,” analyst Nitin Prakash Daga of Microsec Capital said according to the publication.”With the regulatory environment staying uncertain, the performance of the stocks in the sector may remain under pressure in near term,” Daga added.Companies’ shares dropped low on Tuesday morning’s trade. Reliance Communication was trading 1.1 percent lower at Rs 66.60, while Bharti Airtel was trading 0.6 percent lower at Rs 300.40 with Idea Cellular at Rs 78.50, down by 1 percent.   Meanwhile, the  Empowered Group of Ministers on June 5 will take a call on the base price of the spectrum to be auctioned off. Sectoral regulator Trai suggested a starting price of Rs. 3,622.18 for one megahertz, which is about 10 times the base price of the basic band airwaves that was allocated in 2008, Press Trust of India said.”Telecom regulators are suggesting too high a price for future spectrum, we believe. TRAI’s current recommendation is 9x higher for 1800MHz than the global average of $79 million and 18x higher for 900MHz. This could equate to $63 billion for the industry, more than twice the current wireless revenues,” the Economic Times quoted the report of the investment bank.last_img read more

Indian Stocks End Higher Consumer Durables Banking Shares Surge

first_imgIndian stock markets ended higher for the fourth straight session on Tuesday, led by gains from consumer durables, realty and banking sector shares.The benchmark BSE Sensex gained 0.71 percent or 143.01 points to 20,302.13. The 50 share NSE Nifty advanced 0.76 percent or 46 points to 6,077.80.The markets opened on a firm note on the back of positive cues from Asian markets as sentiment was buoyed after China Premier Li Keqiang said that growth in the world’ second largest economy will not slip below 7 percent while disappointing U.S. housing data eased fears that the Federal Reserve will begin to scale back its massive asset-purchase program in the coming months.”Tapering is less of a threat to the market than many had feared a few months ago,” Shane Oliver, Sydney-based head of investment strategy at AMP Capital Investors Ltd., which has about $130 billion under management, told Bloomberg. “By year-end, we’ll be looking at indexes being quite a bit higher than they are at the moment.”Hong Kong’s Hang Seng climbed 2.23 percent and China’s Shanghai Composite surged 1.95 percent while South Korea’s KOSPI advanced 1.27 percent and Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 0.82 percent.Meanwhile, the Reserve bank of India’s (RBI) fresh restrictions on gold imports to reduce the current account deficit also added to the sentiment.All the 13 BSE sectoral indices ended with gains. Consumer durable goods sector climbed 4.07 percent and realty sector gained 1.31 percent.Banking sector gained 1.19 percent to 12,816.61, led by BOB, Yes bank and SBI. BOB rallied 5.21 percent and Yes bank surged 3.52 percent while SBI advanced 1.98 percent. In the Midcap space, PC Jeweller climbed 19.97 percent and Shoppers Stop jumped 8.75 percent while Financial Tech surged 7.19 percent.The overall market breadth is neutral with 1150 advances against 1150 declines on the BSE.last_img read more

Samsung to invest in 100 startups in big India push

first_imgREUTERS/Kim Hong-JiThe Samsung Group is funding four Indian start-ups in its first round of investments in the country. It has plans to fund 100 new and growth-seeking ventures within a few years.The Samsung Venture Investment Corporation (SVIC) has already invested about $8.5 million in the four companies. Samsung aims to invest in low-value start-ups to maximise profits through growth, reported Economic Times.The conglomerate started its investments in India by funding start-ups like Indus OS (system application maker), Gnani.ai (speech analytics and voice assistant), Internet of Things firm Silvan Innovation Labs. It has also funded an undisclosed firm working in the field of AI and computer vision space. Samsung has also identified other companies in which it will be investing gradually.  Start-up (Representational Image)      CC0 LicenceThe Korean major is planning to invest in verticals such as software and services by understanding the start-up ecosystem and considering the growth potential of the sectors in the developing country. “We’re looking to back start-ups in broadly two categories — core technologies such as AI, IoT, VR, and services such as content, ed-tech, and med-tech,” said Aloknath De, Corporate Vice President and CTO of Samsung R&D Institute to Economic Times.The company has been keen on investing in start-ups that have the potential globally. Samsung’s R&D centre hosts many start-ups and provides them better platforms through business engagements to bring in new innovations. The motto behind its investments in India is to augment the capabilities of innovators to build services for the Indian market.last_img read more

Leopard shuts down Nepal airport

first_imgNepal had to close its only international airport for around half an hour on Monday after a leopard was spotted close to the runway.A spokesman for the airport in Kathmandu said wildlife and security officers were searching for the animal, believed to be hiding in the drains, after it was spotted by a pilot.“We closed the airport for about 30 minutes after the incident was reported but we haven’t found the leopard yet,” Prem Nath Thakur told AFP.One international flight was delayed but no other flight was scheduled during the closure.Kathmandu is close to forested hills and leopards are occasionally known to stray into the city.In the past birds have posed serious safety problems at the single-runway airport, although stray cattle and dogs have also been known to disrupt flights.In 2016, a plane with nine passengers was forced to make an emergency landing when a bird struck its right wing.Nineteen people were killed in 2012 when an aircraft hit a bird and crashed shortly after taking off from the airport.last_img read more

India wont interfere in Bangladesh polls Shringla

first_imgHarsh Vardhan ShringlaIndian high commissioner Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Friday said his country will not interfere in polls and internal affairs of Bangladesh.”Massive changes are taking place in different spheres of Bangladesh’s development. As a friendly nation, India will stand by Bangladesh,” the high commissioner told a function in Chandpur.Shringla inaugurated India-funded Mahatma Ghandhi Auditorium at Chandpur Farkkabad Degree College on the day.The college’s founder and Awami League central relief and social welfare secretary Sujit Roy Nandi presided over the programme which was addressed by, among others, member of parliament (MP) Shamsul Haque Bhuian and Chandpur municipality mayor and district unit AL president Nasir Uddin Ahmed.AL joint general secretary Dipu Moni was also present on the occasion.last_img read more

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first_imgFeature | June 11, 2013 | By Alicia Vasquez and Stephanie Hatton Prepare Now for Stage 2 MU The benefits of Stage 2 meaningful use are significant and will lead to efficiencies in patient care Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more For radiology practices and imaging centers still debating the pros and cons of Stage 2 meaningful use (MU), the calendar looms larger with each passing day. Stage 2 MU now begins in less than a year, and while eligible providers have until 2016 to attest to Stage 2, everyone must go through two years of Stage 1 attestation before progressing to the next stage. Arcadia Radiology Medical Group (ARMG) and California Medical Business Services went through the Stage 1 MU process early, in order to prepare for Stage 2. This article shares what was learned, and will hopefully nudge others to follow in our footsteps. The benefits are significant: greater incentive payments, better sharing of information within referral communities, and more efficient patient care, among others.By attesting for Stage 1 early instead of waiting for the final deadline, radiology practices and imaging centers will be set up to be successful for Stage 2. Teams will already be comfortable collecting data, they’ll have made necessary workflow adjustments, and will have started the engagement process with the rest of the community. Why Radiologists Should Pay AttentionAs background, the MU program is part of the 2009 HITECH Act, with a goal of incentivizing electronic health record (EHR) adoption among healthcare providers. Eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals and critical access hospitals (CAHs) that demonstrate meaningful use of certified EHR technology (CEHRT) can receive incentive payments for the use of CEHRT and, more importantly, avoid penalties that begin in 2015.This program has been under way for several years. As of December 2012, more than 350,000 Medicare and Medicaid eligible professionals have received funding.1 However, the message to radiologists about if and when they should deploy CEHRT and attest has been somewhat mixed. Early messages encouraged participation in MU to better engage with the referring community and receive incentive bonuses. But they conflicted with other messages, including that MU didn’t apply to radiology and the whole process was just too difficult. Stage 2 MU changes all of that. Imaging has a more comprehensive role in the Stage 2 rules. New metrics are available through CEHRT, including a mandate that computerized provider order entry (CPOE) must be used for 30 percent of radiology orders — the same measure mandates that CPOE must be used for >60 percent of medication orders and 30 percent of lab orders — and a new optional measure that more than 10 percent of all tests that result in one or more images ordered by the eligible provider (EP) during the reporting period. Once radiology practices and imaging centers agree to be part of the MU program, the best course of action is for EPs to go through Stage 1. Under the Medicare program, practices that start attesting in 2013 can receive up to $39,000 per EP over the next four years. Arcadia Radiology Medical Group and The Hill Medical Corp. began working toward MU compliance early so they could go through the process at the same time as their referring physicians and have each radiology group learn from and support the other. With the end goal to electronically connect clinicians to other clinicians, it made sense to work through the process together to share both the successes and challenges. By the end of 2012, these combined groups attested 22 physicians for a bonus payment of $396,000.The MU program is set up as a three-stage multi-year endeavor, with Stage 1 focusing on implementing CEHRT and data collection. Subsequent stages build on this, and make more meaningful use of the information being collected and exchanged. To understand the data that must be collected and reported on, radiology practices need to look at the MU details — the specific criteria, or “measures,” that outline MU requirements. There are multiple measures: a set of mandatory, or “core,” measures; and a set of “menu” measures where providers pick from a menu selection of those criteria that make sense for their practice. One important point for radiology practices and imaging centers to note is that even if a measure is “core,” there may still be a reason to exempt from that measure. For example, there is an e-prescribing measure that states that more than 40 percent of prescriptions must be transmitted electronically, but eligible providers can exclude themselves if they write fewer than 100 prescriptions. Exempting from a measure will not affect the amount of their incentive payment.As noted earlier, from Stage 1 to Stage 2, the measures go from fairly basic data collection to making more meaningful use of the data collected. One example is providing an electronic copy of the health information record. The Stage 1 measure states that more than 50 percent of requesting patients need to receive an electronic copy of their health information within a certain time frame. The measure in Stage 2 goes deeper, where 50 percent of patients actually receive the electronic copy of health information and 5 percent must actually view, download and/or transmit it to a third party. Obtaining this level of data will involve connections between the radiology practice, the patient and potentially the referring physician. So not only will practices need to be very comfortable with their CEHRT, they will need to have clear connections with their provider community.The measure that truly brings radiology into the MU discussion is the mandate that more than 10 percent of images and associated reports will need to be accessible through CEHRT. This is going to have a big impact on radiology practices and imaging centers. In order to electronically share images with referring physicians, hospitals will need to image-enable their EHR for access to images and associated reports. Also, it will be mandatory for radiologists to be able to send either the image data or links to image data. As practices look to meeting Stage 1 MU this year, working with a vendor that has a comprehensive plan for image enabling the EHR should be a very important consideration.One final point to discuss is the hardship exemption. In the past, confusion has reigned over whether MU applied to radiology at all. We believe that MU definitely does apply. However, there are categories through which EPs can apply for a hardship exemption: Lack of infrastructure, EPs facing unforeseeable barriers such as a recent natural disaster, new EPs who have not had time to become meaningful users, EPs that lack face-to-face interaction with patients or lack follow-up, and EPs who practice at multiple locations and lack control over CEHRT availability. Hospital-based radiologists are exceptionally challenged in this regard. While it may be tempting to apply for an exemption and defer MU, recognize that your referring community may not be deferring. For example, if your imaging center works with referring physicians who start MU in 2012, these referring physicians will be planning to move to Stage 2 in 2014. Their expectation in Stage 2 is that they’ll be able to order imaging tests and receive results online. If you’re not able to respond in this way, your referral base may be challenged to continue to send patients to your facilities.Moving ForwardRadiology is now and will continue to be an important part of the meaningful use program. Today, the program offers excellent incentives to use CEHRT and, with reimbursements for imaging declining every year, provide a great way to recover some revenue. Going forward, organizations that have attested will avoid penalties, but more importantly will be better and more tightly connected with their referring communities, including physicians and hospitals. This allows providers to receive the information they need about their patients when they need it, which in the long run will enable better and more efficient patient care.  itnAlicia Vasquez is president of California Medical Business Services, a management services organization serving several clients and two radiology groups, Arcadia Radiology Medical Group (ARMG) and The Hill Medical Corp. She is also past president of Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) and current president of the Merge Users Group. Stephanie Hatton is the compliance manager at California Medical Business Services based in Arcadia, Calif. 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FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff.  Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more News | Radiology Imaging | July 22, 2019 AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Support the 12th Annual Putting Patients First Program For the past twelve years, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. has partnered with read more Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more Related Content A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. 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Warrant issued for SKorean presidents brother

first_imgSEOUL, South Korea (AP) – A court issued an arrest warrant late Tuesday for the elder brother of South Korea’s president on bribery allegations, a major embarrassment to the ruling party in a presidential election year.The Seoul Central District Court issued the warrant hours after enraged protesters threw eggs at Lee Sang-deuk, grabbing his tie and jostling him as he entered the court for questioning.A court official declined to provide further details, including his name or when Lee might be arrested, citing court procedures. Prosecutors have accused the former lawmaker of taking half a million dollars in bribes from two detained bankers with the intent of using his influence to help the bankers avoid punishment. Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Lee wasn’t directly hit by any of the eggs, but some yolk could be seen on his shoulder. He didn’t speak to a swarm of reporters gathered at the court, shaking off the protesters and media mobbing him before walking through a security checkpoint.The protesters, many of them middle-aged women, said they’d lost money after the government suspended the troubled savings banks Lee is accused of taking bribes from.President Lee Myung-bak ends his single, five-year presidential term early next year. Elections for the next president are in December.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Parents, stop beating yourself up Top Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career pathscenter_img Men’s health affects baby’s health too Sponsored Stories Comments   Share   More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finisheslast_img read more

Merkels challenger pledges quick policy changes

first_imgBERLIN (AP) – Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-left challenger is pledging quick policy changes if elected next month, promising Thursday to introduce swiftly a national minimum wage and raise taxes for top earners as he seeks to reverse a daunting poll deficit.Recent surveys have given the popular Merkel’s conservative bloc a lead of up to 19 percentage points over Peer Steinbrueck’s Social Democrats and suggested that her current center-right coalition can hope to win re-election on Sept. 22. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies While Steinbrueck’s 100-day agenda is largely domestic, it includes a pledge to press ahead with a European banking union _ a key step to restoring confidence in Europe’s financial system.Specifically, he wants progress on setting up a central authority to wind up failing European banks _ something Merkel’s government insists would require time-consuming changes to European treaties. Steinbrueck charged that Merkel’s government “is filibustering and delaying.”Steinbrueck made clear that a center-left government wouldn’t do everything differently in Europe’s financial crisis.Merkel’s government recently admitted Greece will need a third aid package, but opposes calls for Athens to be granted a second debt writedown following a debt restructuring deal agreed with private sector bondholders last year.“I share the extreme reluctance” of the government to consider that, Steinbrueck said.He said another writedown would risk wiping out future investor confidence in Greek bonds and likely would burden taxpayers _ “and you try explaining that to (our) citizens.”(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories Comments   Share   But Steinbrueck insisted that “absolutely nothing is decided,” arguing that many voters are undecided and there are millions of former supporters his party can reach out to.He spoke as he presented his priorities for his first 100 days as chancellor _ a list heavy on pledges to narrow the gap between haves and have-nots, designed to tackle perceptions that there’s little difference between Germany’s major parties.“The direction of the compass is that Germany is economically strong because it can be socially fair,” Steinbrueck told reporters. “Each depends on the other.”Top of the list is a commitment to introduce a mandatory national minimum wage _ which Germany, unlike many other countries, lacks _ of 8.50 euros ($11.35) per hour. Steinbrueck also wants to increase the income tax rate on people earning above 100,000 euros per year to 49 from 42 percent, cut electricity taxes and crack down on tax evasion.Merkel opposes tax increases, arguing that they would hurt the economy, and argues against a one-size-fits-all minimum wage _ preferring sector-by-sector deals between employers and employees.Steinbrueck also is pledging to scrap a much-criticized new benefit for parents who choose to stay at home and invest the money in day-care facilities, increase pensions for the low-paid and drop rules forcing many children of immigrants to choose between German citizenship and that of their parents. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober 5 ways to recognize low testosteronelast_img read more

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first_imgThe new research, based on records in six states, suggests patients should be pushy about getting follow-up care so they don’t have to return to crowded emergency departments.“You need to make sure the next day, you connect the dots,” said study co-author Dr. R. Adams Dudley of the University of California, San Francisco. “You cannot count on the health system to connect the dots.”It’s also a reminder of how disconnected our health care system is. Chances are, your primary care doctor won’t know you made an ER visit unless you call about what to do next.And if your second visit was to a different ER, often doctors can’t see your earlier X-rays or other tests and have to repeat them, adding preventable costs. While more hospitals and doctors’ offices are trying to share electronic medical records, it’s still far from common, especially in the fast-paced ER.“It’s frustrating. We’re open 24 hours a day and we don’t necessarily have access to those records,” said UCSF assistant professor Dr. Reena Duseja, an emergency physician who led the research.Hospitals are under pressure to prevent readmissions, when patients are discharged only to encounter problems during recovery that get them admitted again within a month. Less is known about how often patients who are patched up in the emergency room come back. Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Top Stories Also, sometimes ERs tell patients to return — to see if an antibiotic is working, for example, or if they think the person can’t or won’t get follow-up care elsewhere. In the ER at San Francisco General Hospital, Duseja sees many Medicaid or uninsured patients who have trouble finding a primary care doctor or specialist.ER workers sometimes make phone calls to help such patients secure appointments, said Dr. Rebecca Parker of Vista Health System in Waukegan, Illinois, who heads the American College of Emergency Physicians’ board. When that doesn’t work, “my choices are, do I send them to a clinic I can’t get them into or bring them back to us?”In Philadelphia, Dr. Kristin Rising of Thomas Jefferson University recently interviewed patients about why they returned to the ER, and found fear was a big motivator. Most had a primary care doctor. But they said they couldn’t get an appointment quickly enough to answer lingering concerns, or didn’t feel well enough for the multiple visits for X-rays or lab testing they were sure would be needed and that the ER could do under one roof.Now Rising’s ER is part of a hospital telemedicine program to explore if video calls address certain patients’ concerns before they’re up to a follow-up visit. In another pilot program, she said a contractor will call patients identified as at risk of returning, to help with next-step appointments. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Patients with chronic pain give advice WASHINGTON (AP) — No one wants to make a repeat visit to the emergency room for the same complaint, but new research suggests it’s more common than previously thought and surprisingly, people frequently wind up at a different ER the second time around.Already some ERs are taking steps to find out why and try to prevent unnecessary returns. A Philadelphia hospital, for example, is beginning to test video calls and other steps to link discharged patients to primary care. Comments   Share   center_img Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall This summer, the HealthShare Exchange of Southeastern Pennsylvania — a collaboration of care providers and insurers to electronically share patient information — will automatically send a summary of a patient’s recent care to certain Philadelphia-area ERs when that person’s insurance information is entered.“We need to really think about, as a health system, how can we efficiently take care of our patients in the right place, at the right time,” said UCSF’s Duseja.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility In this June 4, 2015 photo, Dr. Reena Duseja, lead author of a study on emergency room visits, stands in San Francisco General Hospital’s emergency room in San Francisco. No one wants to make a repeat visit to the emergency room for the same complaint. But new research suggests it’s more common than previously thought, and people frequently wind up at a different ER the second time around. (AP Photo/Noah Berger) Duseja’s team analyzed records from Arizona, California, Florida, Nebraska, Utah and Hawaii, among the first states to link records so patients can be tracked from one health facility to another. Researchers checked more than 53 million ER visits in which the patient was treated and sent home between 2006 and 2010, the latest available data.About 8 percent of patients returned within three days, more than previous estimates, and 1 in 5 patients made a repeat visit over the next month, Duseja reported this month in Annals of Internal Medicine.A third of revisits within three days, and 28 percent over a month, occurred at a different ER. Duseja couldn’t tell why — if patients were dissatisfied the first time, or traveling, or for some other reason.Patients with skin infections were most likely to return, followed by those with abdominal pain.State rates varied a bit, with 6.2 percent of Arizona patients returning within three days compared with 9.3 percent in Utah.Revisits may be appropriate, Duseja said. Nearly 30 percent of revisits involved hospitalization, suggesting either patients got worse or emergency physicians felt more scrutiny or testing was warranted. 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first_img TORONTO (AP) — The head of the Canadian Olympic Committee said Sunday he would push Toronto to bid for the 2024 Olympics.Marcel Aubut, head of the COC, told a press conference he wants to see Canada’s largest city be an official candidate by Sept. 15, the deadline set by the International Olympic Committee.“It’s time to make it crystal clear,” Aubut said. “I am officially declaring that I will use the full power of my office to lead and advocate for Toronto’s candidacy to hold the 2024 Olympic Games. This is it.” Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Ecuador’s Andres Chocho wears his gold medal earned in the men’s 50km race walk at the Pan Am Games, Sunday, July 26, 2015, in Toronto. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez) Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Sponsored Stories Canada last hosted the Summer Olympics in 1976 in Montreal. Those games ran up debts of $1.5 billion, which took the city 30 years to pay off.Aubut focused on successful Winter Games in Vancouver and Calgary, and downplayed Montreal. He said new IOC president Thomas Bach was emphasizing “cost efficiency” in the Olympics.“It’s 40 years since Montreal 76,” he said. “It’s time that we do it.”As Toronto gets into the mix, Boston’s bid is floundering with local approval falling below 50 percent. The United States Olympic Committee was to meet Monday to discuss the Boston bid with Los Angeles a possible alternative.Toronto could suit some interests in North America, which has not hosted a summer games since Atlanta in 1996. From the American perspective, Toronto could be considered like “home-country games” with Canadian governments picking up the bills.Aubut emphasized Toronto’s diversity. About 50 percent of residents were born outside Canada, and city hall figures say 45 percent speak a first language other than English or French.Toronto Mayor John Tory told The Associated Press this week the city must move “very quickly.” Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Top Stories “We have to sit down right after these games and prepare every bit of analysis — on the finances, on the benefits to the city, on the amount of publicity it will give us,” Tory said.Tory may have a difficult time. The economic development committee of the city council has already rejected an Olympic bid by the cash-strapped city.Rio de Janeiro, the host of next year’s Olympics, is spending about $12 billion to organize the games. Russia spent about $51 billion to organize the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.The 2024 winner will be named in 2017 in Lima, Peru, with Paris often viewed as the early favorite.Aubut is to travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where the IOC this week will announce the venue for the 2022 Winter Olympics. One of his first meetings will be with Bach, who was in Toronto when the Pan Am Games opened.“This is the moment. This is the time to go forward especially with the success we have had with these Pan Am Games,” Aubut said. “We are going to work very seriously starting tomorrow.”___Stephen Wade on Twitter: http://twitter.com/StephenWadeAPCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall So far five cities are already bidding: Boston; Budapest, Hungary; Hamburg, Germany; Paris; Rome. Toronto lost recent bids to Atlanta for the 1996 Olympics, and to Beijing for 2008.“This is working for the candidacy,” Aubut clarified. “We are not working to get the games as such, but to bring Toronto into the process of being an official candidate by Sept. 15.”Toronto has built several Olympic-grade venues including a pool and cycling velodrome for the Pan Am Games, which end Sunday. It lacks a centerpiece track and field stadium, and would need to build an athletes’ village.The city spent $2.5 billion Canadian ($2 billion) to organize the games, 90 percent public money. This is 10 times what Winnipeg spent on the 1999 Pan Am Games, and three times what Guadalajara, Mexico, spent four years ago.“The Pan Am Games paved the way, and Toronto deserves the next opportunity to go further and further in the games,” Aubut said. “It’s the biggest show on earth, the Summer Olympic Games.”Canada finished second to the United States in the Pan Am Games medal count and won a record number. Officials hope to use the short-term public euphoria as a springboard to the Olympic bid. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist The vital role family plays in societylast_img read more

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semi-finals of US Open as well But her prominence is felt most in the doubles department where she has completed a career Grand Slam – winning all four Grand Slams She won all her titles alongside fellow Italian Roberta Vinci with their titles coming in 2012 2013 and 2014 As per reports in Italy she was due to play in Canada but has returned back home to defend herself following the public announcement by the ITF Italian rower Niccolo Mornati a four-time medallist at the world championships tested positive in 2016 for the same substance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 6 2017 4:03 am Top News A 30-year-old man was arrested for allegedly raping a woman at the residence of their common friend in south Delhi’s Safdarjung Enclave area The accused identified as Chandan Gora was arrested from the spot police said DCP (south) Ishwar Singh told The Indian Express 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NewsWritten by Manoj Dattatrye More | Pune | Published: February 1 2017 9:49 am Pimpri Mayor Shakuntala Dharade files her nomination from panel number 29 on Tuesday (Source: Express photo) Top News FOLLOWING THE fallout of BJP-Shiv Sena alliance the Congress-NCP pre-poll alliance in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad also seems unlikely Leaders of both the parties indicated on Tuesday that there was a bleak possibility of a pre-poll alliance NCP State Unit Chief Sunil Tatkare said he had spoken to MPCC chief Ashok Chavan about the alliance “It was important that it happens today as time was running out for filing nominations… till evening I don’t know what is happening” he said Watch What Else Is Making News: Congress leader Abhay Chhajed said discussions were going on and he was not aware about the latest updates NCP’s Pune City President Vandana Chavan said the Congress is demanding certain seats which NCP was not ready to part with “We cannot say whether the alliance will actually take place If there is a disagreement it might not happen” she said In Pimpri-Chinchwad NCP Yogesh Behl clearly indicated that alliance between the two parties may not happen “NCP is on a strong ground But Congress hardly has any presence in Pimpri-Chinchwad Several of its sitting corporators have joined other parties” he said adding that discussions are still underway Meanwhile Pimpri Mayor Shakuntala Dharade filed her nomination from panel number 29 on Tuesday NCP President Sanjog Waghere and party leader Nana Kate accompanied her Her filing of nomination from NCP surprised many She is considered close to MLA Laxman Jagtap who was instrumental in picking her for the mayoral post On whether the BJP was trying to pressurise her Mayor Dharade said “I have filed my nomination from NCP and will contest on NCP ticket There was no pressure or any attempt by the BJP to join their party” However the mayor acknowledged that Jagtap played a role in her becoming the mayor In another development three NCP corporators — Rajendra Jagtap Shatrughan Kate and Vinayak Jagtap — resigned from NCP on Monday and joined the BJP Since the two Jagtaps are related to BJP’s Pimpri-Chinchwad President and MLA Laxman Jagtap their resignation was considered a forgone conclusion Shatrughan Kate’s resignation also did not surprise anybody as he is considered a close confidant of Laxman Jagtap Former MLA Anna Bansode has also resigned from the NCP and is reportedly planning to join the BJP which has already roped in the likes of Independent MLA Mahesh Landge former MP Gajanan Babar NCP’s Muslim face Azam Pansare union leader Yeshwant Bhosale NCP women’s wing leader Sanjeevani Pandey and several sitting corporators mainly from NCP For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News with Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma performing. “We are representing the state," The 48-year-old Phelan.

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The Goldberg variationscoming from a journalist who has interviewed both Netanyahu and Obama on Iranare worthy of serious note Ive never believed Netanyahugoing it alone without US supportwould attack an Iran whose stop-go nuclear programme still stands some distance from the capacity to make let alone actually produce a bomb The cost-benefit analysis does not add up: you dont have to be the former Mossad chief Meir Dagan to see that Ignite a regional conflictinfuriate the United Stateslock in the Islamic Republic for a generationand take the modern state of Israel to war against Persia for the first time in order to set back a weakened Irans nuclear zigzag by a couple of years at best Israelis are not crazyany more than the Iranians On the other handit seems to me evident that if Iran ever did move out of its comfort zone (which is dilatory opacity)throw out the IAEA inspectors monitoring its uranium enrichmentcombine the elements of its nuclear and ballistic researchand rush for a bombit would face assault from Israel and the US together Neither can permit such a decisive shift in the Middle East strategic equation In this sensethe whole Iran debate with its receding red lines? and things just haven’t gone for us. 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Ganpati Baapa Morya ! — Shaandaar Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) September 27 2015 Earlier on Sunday night the “Haider” actor wrote on Twitter about the hacking Share This Article Related Article “My Facebook account has been hacked and will be restored shortly If you see anything ambiguous please know it’s not me” he wrote my Facebook account has been hacked and will be restored shortly If you see anything ambiguous please know it’s not me — Shaandaar Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) September 27 2015 However no irregular activity was seen and he could restore the account before matters got worse This is not the first time an actor’s account has been hacked on social media platform Earlier this month megastar Amitabh Bachchan faced a similar issue when his Twitter account was hacked For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 13 2017 5:03 pm R Ashwin reached his 250th wicket by dismissing Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim (Source: AP) Top News Ravichandran Ashwin on Sunday became the fastest bowler to claim 250 Test wickets achieving the milestone in his 45th Test match By doing so the Indian all-rounder surpassed Dennis Lillee’s record where the former Australian right-arm fast had achieved the milestone in 48 matches India vs Bangladesh Live Score Ashwin reached his 250th wicket by dismissing Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim in the one-off Test match Hyderabad Team India will rely on Ashwin’s spin attack when they host Australia in a four-match Test series that begins from February 25 in Pune Test wicket no250 @ashwinravi99 now the fastest to the landmark gets it in 45 Tests #INDvBAN pictwittercom/H49xmZAl4s — BCCI (@BCCI) 12 February 2017 Ashwin has had an outstanding home season where he claimed 55 wickets in 8 Test matches in 2016 calendar year while the off-spinner claimed 17 wickets in India’s tour of West Indies His enormous form continued against England where he took 28 wickets in the five-match Test series while in the three matches he played against New Zealand Ashwin claimed 27 wickets Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan managed to take 250 wickets in 51 Tests Pakistan’s Waqar Younis achieved the milestone against South Africa in his 51st match while India’s Anil Kumble claimed his 250th wicket in his 55th Test match against New Zealand Former Indian skipper Kapil Dev had achieved the feat in his 65th match while off-spinner Harbhajan Singh did it in 61 matches Fastest to 250 Test wickets: Ravichandran Ashwin(India) – 45 Tests Dennis Lillee(Australia) – 48 Tests Dale Steyn(South Africa)- 49 Test Allan Donald(Australia)- 50 Tests Waqar Younis(Pakistan) – 51 Tests For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 18 2016 2:11 am Related News Piped water supply systems will be used more extensively in Maharashtra to carry dam water to farms Faced with a severe drought the Maharashtra Cabinet on Tuesday adopted a policy for promoting micro irrigation and piped water supply The government has claimed that the initiative would bring down the extent of non-revenue water by nearly 35 per cent while reducing costs incurred on conveying irrigation water to farm lands The move follows a directive from Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had directed the chief minister to increase water use efficiency through drip and micro irrigation methods Share This Article Related Article “The need to acquire land for canals and distributaries will be reduced bringing down costs significantly” said Maharashtra Water Resources Minister Girish Mahajan “The new regime would also lead to a more equitable distribution of water” he said Following the Cabinet’s decision piped systems will replace open canals and distributaries as source of dam water distribution for all future projects The government has also decided to apply the norm to projects where the water distribution systems were partially built The new policy also makes appointment of water distribution committees to regulate supply in the command area of a dam A management committee comprising experts and government functionaries will evolve broad guidelines for water distribution on the basis of which a detailed water distribution plan will be evolved for each dam project senior officials said The responsibility for designing and ratifying a distribution network has been entrusted on the Nashik-based Maharashtra Engineering Research Institute The new policy would also put the onus on the contractor for overseeing repairs and maintenance of a distribution network for the first three years Incidentally Shiv Sena’s Minister of State (Water Resources) who has been pushing this initiative was not a part of the discussion In fact sources said his office wasn’t even kept in the loop Meanwhile the state Cabinet also approved the reconstitution of the Maharashtra Water Resource Regulatory Authority An economist a geologist and a legal luminary would also be a part of the five member authority which would be headed by the chief secretary or a retired High Court judge For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2016 3:47 am Related News The Shiv Sena retained the tribal-dominated Palghar assembly seat in a bypoll following the death of its MLA Krishna Arjun Ghoda The Sena had fielded Ghoda’s son Amit Ghoda who polled 67129 votes to defeat Congress rival Rajendra Gavit by 18948 votes It was several times higher than the 526-vote margin recorded by his father in 2014 The other candidates in the fray were former Sena leader Manisha Nimkar who contested on the Bahujan Vikas Aghadi ticket this time and secured 36781 votes Chandrakant Vartha (CPI-M) who polled 4865 votes and Dileep A Dumada (Bahujan Mukti Party) who bagged 1417 Out of 161 lakh votes polled 3162 went to the NOTA (none of the above) option For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTwelve-year-old Nihal Sarin has completed the requirements to become India’s latest International Master (IM) He did this at the Aeroflot Open 2017 in Moscow a few days back An IM title is one rung below the all-important Grand Master (GM) title It was a historic moment for the state of Kerala when he did it when Nihal became only the fourth IM from the state In the process he also became the second youngest IM in Indian history and the third youngest in the world currently He is also a former winner in the under-10 category and silver medallist in the under-12 category in the world championships Nihal after becoming the World Under-10 Champion in Durban in 2014 While most of his numerous fans were already going gaga over his achievement Nihal himself did not have the slightest idea of what he had done He had fallen ill in the middle of the tournament but had managed to save many points When he finished his final game and returned to his hotel room his father casually remarked that he had gained the IM title But young Nihal was too absorbed in analysing the game he had just finished and the possibilities that existed in it all this in his head of course It was just another day at work for him A curious coincidence while he achieved these records is that the current world chess champion Magnus Carlsen had also become an International Master at the exact same age as Nihal – 12 years and eight months And this is surely the sign of things to come Nihal decimating a strong Israeli grandmaster Evgeny Postny Nihal’s story is special It would be obvious to anyone by now but it is not just the astounding results he has achieved which make him unique For a young chess player life would mean balancing chess-training with studies in school However many parents in India decide for their child that it is better to stop attending school and focus full-time on chess This is a traditional way of thinking which says that school and chess can’t be carried on equal vigour Nihal his mother and sister Neha his father and grandfather Nihal’s approach to chess and life throws most of these ‘traditional mindsets’ out of the window Born in Thrissur on 13 July 2004 Nihal has always been a restless child but like any kid of his age he was naturally inquisitive His parents Dr Sarin Abdulsalam a dermatologist and Dr Shijin a psychiatrist were posted in Kottayam where Nihal spent his early childhood They were very careful while raising Nihal The boy next door Dr Sarin says "Nihal could recognise the flags of all the 190-odd countries by the age of three could already speak fluently in English by the time he was in upper kindergarten knew the multiplication tables till 16 by the time he turned six and enrolled into the first standard" During the vacation before he was to join classes for the first standard there was a lack of activity that could occupy Nihal all day His grandfather AA Ummar then taught him to play chess and Nihal was hooked Luckily for him the school that he joined for his first standard classes – Excelsior English School – had a chess coach His name was Mathew P Joseph Pottoore and he noticed Nihal’s interest in chess as well After the kids returned home Nihal would drag his father to Pottoore’s house so that he could play chess with his teacher Around this time Nihal began to compete in tournaments and there was nothing remarkable because a number of his peers were ahead of him However Pottoore instilled the right attitude in Nihal Instead of making his student dependent on him Pottoore made Nihal self-dependent His favourite chessbook is a game collection of Alexander Alekhine the 4th world chess champion Nihal was not a big fan of being instructed how to play but if you spread a chessboard in front of him and place a chess clock at any moment of the day he would be ready to play endlessly Besides that he loves chess books Nihal reads chess books like a person would read a novel Note that he does not study them seriously – he simply reads them And thanks to his phenomenal memory he remembers what he reads He will just pick up a book and read moves and variations from it as if he were reading sentences telling him a story He does all this at breakneck speed while sitting on the sofa or just lying on the bed Results-wise the turning point came when Nihal moved back to Thrissur It was due to his parents’ transfer to the idyllic town in the heart of Kerala that Nihal had to join Devamatha CMI Public School However in Thrissur Nihal did not have anything remotely similar to a chess culture unlike say in Chennai where such a culture is deep-rooted Nihal’s chess life was developing sedately when he came in touch with EP Nirmal his school’s chess coach This was the beginning of a friendship that continues to blossom even today In 2012 Nirmal began to work with Nihal improving his openings sharpening his calculations – all this by playing tons of games with him "I had noticed while growing up as a player that most coaches would impose their wills on the child’s character and suppress their natural game They would force the student to follow a set of rules or force him/her to play in a particular way" laments Nirmal He adds "When they are very young it is the phase where their intuition is developing A coach must teach the student but the interference should be minimal" Nihal with EP Nirmal his chess coach at Devamatha CMI Public School Nirmal works with Nihal on the department Nihal wants to study on a given day based on his mood and as a rule interferes only when necessary "His love for the game is deep He always wants to work on some area of chess at any given time He is like water My job has been to remove the blockades and let him flow" The other important person to guide Nihal has been Ukrainian Grand Master Dimitri Komarov who in his heydays had beaten a young Vladimir Kramnik (who later became the 14th world chess champion) and several strong Grand Masters Nihal’s work with Komarov developed into a fruitful ‘working relationship’ with Komarov explaining Nihal the positions where he needs help thus removing obstacles from his path Nihal with his guide Ukrainian Grand Master Dimitri Komarov The results of this unique approach are there for everybody to see In four years since 2012 Nihal rose from a lowly 1200 Elo player to India’s latest International Master Surprisingly none of his skills as a chess player is manufactured by any of his coaches He calculates variations out of his inborn curiousity – he follows it wherever it leads him He decides his moves he works on it and he plays whatever he had decided to play Nihal Sarin prepping before playing @NorwayGnomes led by @MagnusCarlsen @gmjlhDidn’t do too badly eh@PROChessLeague @ginger_gm @TarjeiJS pictwittercom/BoZmAw2vnS — ChessBase India (@ChessbaseIndia) February 15 2017 In the middle of February 2017 Nihal probably played the biggest opponent of his life He crossed swords with the world champion Carlsen himself The game took place online when the Norway Gnomes took on the Delhi Dynamites in the Professional Rapid Online Chess League a 15-minute-a-side team championship Things are heating up in the match of the two prodigies GM Tari taking on a World Champion (under 12) #prochess pictwittercom/jJaxpiGmgy — Norway Gnomes (@NorwayGnomes) February 15 2017 Carlsen takes on the Indian wonder kid now Sarin has already upset Tari can he take down the World Champion too #prochess — Norway Gnomes (@NorwayGnomes) February 15 2017 It was a tense affair where the champion tricked Nihal into a bad position which eventually was completely lost for Nihal But Nihal being Nihal kept defending like his life depended on it He dragged Carlsen into an equal position where a few accurate moves would mean the game would end in a draw Alas Nihal was short on time and he missed his chance Carlsen won leaving Nihal seething in agony His own intense desire to perform at his peak is what pushes him to play good chess The best way to forget past losses is to fight new battles – he finished with a draw and a win against strong opponents Grand Master Parimarjan Negi the world’s second youngest Grand Master thinks Nihal is mature beyond his years Negi writes on Worldchess "Nihal shows an intuitive sense that takes many years to develop" While analysing one of his games for the Worldchess website he remarked about a certain move that was very creative: "Nihal shows great intuition to realise that securing the e4 square for his knight would prove crucial – after all there are too many options to calculate these lines precisely" What the future beholds for chess’s very own ‘Little Master’ (like Sachin Tendulkar used to be in cricket) from Thrissur depends on what the Indian and the Keralite community decides for him Speaking to Sportstarlive former National Blitz Chess Champion International Master K Rathnakaran said "Players like me have suffered because we didn’t get sponsors when we needed them most Nihal is easily the most gifted chess player produced by Kerala ever He has a phenomenal memory and he has a clear idea about every move he makes which you normally won’t find in players of his age" Kerala has only four International Masters and two Grand Masters But the state has suddenly begun to take interest in chess The people are observing what a little boy from ‘God’s Own Country’ is doing at the international stage and have begun to see value in playing this sport It is our duty to support Nihal and help him rise to the top of the chess world We can do that by making sure the world knows about him and he gets the sponsors that help him play stronger tournaments This simple act of support could give Indians their next world chess champion The author of this article Priyadarshan Banjan is the Editor-in-chief of ChessBase India If you are looking to strike a balance between looking chic and 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