Factory Station – Coach Factory Outlets 2014 http://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 04:26:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2.png Factory Station – Coach Factory Outlets 2014 http://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/ 32 32 Gurugram factory collapses during demolition, killing 2 workers – Reuters https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/gurugram-factory-collapses-during-demolition-killing-2-workers-reuters/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 02:57:00 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/gurugram-factory-collapses-during-demolition-killing-2-workers-reuters/ By Express press service NEW DELHI: An old factory collapsed during demolition in Gurugram on Monday, killing two workers and injuring as many, police said. The deceased were identified as Guddu (35) and Pratap (24), the injured are Ramakant (27) and Naresh (26), all residents of Fatehpur Chaurasi in Unnao district of Uttar Pradesh , […]]]>

By Express press service

NEW DELHI: An old factory collapsed during demolition in Gurugram on Monday, killing two workers and injuring as many, police said. The deceased were identified as Guddu (35) and Pratap (24), the injured are Ramakant (27) and Naresh (26), all residents of Fatehpur Chaurasi in Unnao district of Uttar Pradesh , they said.

According to the district administration, six workers were carrying out the demolition work on the three-storey building and were staying at the site. Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav said two workers walked out while four were inside when the incident happened in Udyog Vihar Phase 1.

The building has been closed for six years and demolition work began a month ago, police said. A five-member investigative committee headed by subdivision magistrate Ravinder Yadav was formed and an investigation was opened, he said.

A Department of Labor team is collecting information and compensation will be paid to the injured and the families of those who died, he said. According to the police, the two floors of the factory had already been demolished and the incident occurred when the roof of the first floor collapsed. After getting information, the police team led by Deputy Police Commissioner (West) Deepak Civil Defense and Firefighters arrived at the scene and started the rescue operation.

The National Disaster Relief Force was also called in and the rescue operation was completed in over four hours. One of the workers died on the spot while another died in hospital. The exact reason for the collapse is under investigation, police said. “We are waiting for the families of the deceased and the FIR will be registered as per the declaration they made,” said Inspector Anil Kumar, station officer (Udyog Vihar).

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Composability is the key to a sustainable future for manufacturing https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/composability-is-the-key-to-a-sustainable-future-for-manufacturing/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 19:08:01 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/composability-is-the-key-to-a-sustainable-future-for-manufacturing/ By Natan Linder and Erik Mirandette Young african american woman working in a water pump assembly production in a factory – … [+] Incidental people in the background Getty Anyone who has walked through a factory could tell you that things are complicated. And that’s an understatement. Manufacturing, almost by definition, presents variable inputs, unpredictability, […]]]>

By Natan Linder and Erik Mirandette

Anyone who has walked through a factory could tell you that things are complicated. And that’s an understatement. Manufacturing, almost by definition, presents variable inputs, unpredictability, and non-linear outcomes – both at the macro level, the global supply chain, and within the four walls of each manufacturing operation.

It is a complex and dynamic system.

The complexity of this system is perhaps most clearly seen when you encounter a problem – any problem. As a simple example, imagine you have 10 machines. What happens to production when one in 10 machines breaks down? It certainly doesn’t reduce your production to 90% instead of 100. With people, machines and automated processes all collaborating towards the production goal, the impact is largely unpredictable. (And that regardless of the cause of the failure. Maybe someone cut a power cord.)

The adaptive and dynamic nature of the system is visible in the bustle of operations. Simply put: when something happens, someone responds. It is necessary to change behavior as conditions change.

Whichever material you turn into which product, manufacturing cannot escape its complex and dynamic nature.

Manufacturing operations managers have long been encouraged to deal with this nature by using automation to minimize the variability that humans add to the system. Well Named. Global labor shortages, supply chain volatility and increased risk exposure mean manufacturers often need process automation. Yet the promise of automation has largely not been delivered.

Automation is not so good at making decisions when it encounters new problems. People, on the other hand, can naturally react and learn as conditions change, making the problem of increasing complexity one that people are uniquely positioned to solve.

The nature of the system requires an adaptable approach to problem solving. That’s what it’s about. This is where composability comes in.

Composability is a system design principle that allows individuals to satisfy specific user needs at specific times. To make this happen in manufacturing, suppliers must be committed to designing tools for the people closest to a given problem, increasing their capabilities, enabling continuous improvement and fueling transformation towards sustainability. company.

Top-down approaches don’t work for corporate sustainability

Manufacturing operations are particularly susceptible to the negative effects of top-down control, again, due to the nature of the system: each manufacturing operation, and each station within it, is unique. The unique function of a station, and the unique skills and perspectives of the person using it, are not universal, nor are their requirements. Forcing a one-size-fits-all approach to unique challenges is exactly why top-down solutions fail.

It’s not like you can get it right if you just choose the right tool. It is that the principle of these implementations is defective. The idea that any third party could suddenly solve all your problems, forever, and then you never have to change again is wrong. When has this ever been true?

And yet, manufacturers have long accepted this top-down premise from vendors: that you have to conform your operation to fit the data model and the demands of the technology, and that making changes (adapting) will mess things up.

Even as those on the front lines “accept” the tool’s restrictions, new problems arise. (Imagine that!)

And because the system is dynamic, people keep solving these new problems with other systems, like pen and paper. They can embed a chart in a Powerpoint and share it a few days later. They can use lights as error signals.

However they circumvent a problem and share information, they are the ones doing the work to solve the problem. Composable technology will allow this; Traditional MES and manufacturing operations management (MOM) implementations will push into workarounds and other silos.

And this is not the only fundamental flaw of such an implementation.

The idea that a single application can solve all the problems of a complex system is not wrong in itself. For example, traffic is a complex and dynamic system, and Google Maps has found a way for individuals to solve their specific traffic problem using a single app. In this case, we’re all optimizing towards the same outcome: “I’m going from A to B and I need the fastest, shortest, and cheapest way to get there.” And we all contribute the same data, adding comments to refine the solution. This is not the case in manufacturing operations.

So you need more than one app. For this, manufacturers can turn to point solutions. But putting these point solutions together brings additional complexity and silos; information cannot be shared as needed (horizontally) and you always adapt to the technology’s data model and allowed integrations.

The Bottom Line: People are smart. If you put in place a system that they must strictly adhere to, instead of one that accommodates them, then they will find a workaround to get the job done (even if it’s old technology) for the accommodate.

In other words, they will solve problems with the tools at their disposal. They will improve, but cannot iterate. As the needs of the operation change, the tools can also evolve.

That’s why you have to work from the bottom up.

Composability as a bottom-up approach to creating sustainability

Manufacturing, as an industry, is quite familiar with constant change. But very often, individual operations get bogged down in static technology and processes. Whether daily or long-term, operators find themselves wishing for a way to be and stay adaptable.

Composable business is the answer. Composability, by nature, means people are closer to both the solutions and the information they need. Because they are already closest to the problem, doesn’t that make sense?

A bottom-up approach (from human to application) creates real-time resilience. In a world where all industry leaders know uncertainty intimately, we all know how much this resilience is needed. Here’s how it works:

When you deploy an architecture that supports composability, the end point of deployment is the same as the end point of deploying a monolithic, immutable solution: identify and eliminate inefficiency and waste. But with composability, you don’t expect the moment of the big bang, where a switch is flipped.

Instead, by enabling horizontal information sharing and bottom-up application development, you get a emerging manufacturing system that fuels continuous improvement within your specific and unique operation. It’s true: composability means you can always improve.

Rather than set it and forget it, composability encourages the opposite. It provides your operators with a set of tools that can solve their problems today and tomorrow. This gives them the opportunity to work better and more efficiently. It gives them the information they need to do so. And it allows them to pass this information on to their colleagues, so that they too can optimize, albeit towards varied results.

Composability as a commitment

Now that we’ve said it, it may seem like a simple reality: you need to empower your employees – all of your employees – if you want to activate your business. And while that’s true, it’s also important to really consider what composability is saying to your operators.

He says people are the most valuable part of your operation. He says you appreciate their ability to increase the system, so you appreciate your ability to help the system increase them.

The team at Tulip, a frontline operations platform, where I lead Product and Ecosystem, believes that a human-centric, composable approach is a requirement for manufacturing operations in order to scale and stay competitive. But beyond that, we believe that the democratization of information and application development is basically a good thing.

When you express this same belief by allowing your employees to compose, the possible rewards are, without exaggeration, limitless.

This article was written by Erik Mirandette, product and ecosystem manager at Tulip Interfaces.

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Douglas Coupland art installation unveiled in Burnaby’s Station Square https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/douglas-coupland-art-installation-unveiled-in-burnabys-station-square/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 13:41:15 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/douglas-coupland-art-installation-unveiled-in-burnabys-station-square/ Station Square in Burnaby is now home to a unique work of art created by the celebrated visual artist and novelist Douglas Couplandwho is also – among other things – known for popularizing the term “Generation X”. The 50ft piece sits at the heavily trafficked intersection of Kingsway and McKay Avenue, where Coupland himself, Burnaby […]]]>

Station Square in Burnaby is now home to a unique work of art created by the celebrated visual artist and novelist Douglas Couplandwho is also – among other things – known for popularizing the term “Generation X”.

The 50ft piece sits at the heavily trafficked intersection of Kingsway and McKay Avenue, where Coupland himself, Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley and city councilors were on hand to unveil the facility earlier this week.

The art installation is named Fordite and comprises four separate pieces. The largest, which stands 50 feet tall, almost looks like a totem, except it’s made up of various multicolored pieces that look like oddly shaped marbles. Coupland designed it to resemble the gem-like material that is created when automotive paint slag is built up and hardened, a material called fordite.

Left to right: Eric Carlson, Douglas Coupland, Mike Hurley, Ryan Beedie (Image: Anthem Properties)

Why did Douglas Coupland choose this very specific design choice? It’s actually a nod to the long history of the site where the thriving Station Square now stands.

This story dates back to 1938, when the Ford Motor Company purchased a farm at Kingsway and Silver Avenue to develop a new assembly plant. This factory remained for 50 years, until it was demolished in 1988 to make way for a commercial and residential development: Station Square.

Back then, the brick-colored Station Square housed a large Save-On-Foods, a Red Robins restaurant, as well as a Future Shop, before the property was acquired in 2004 by Anthem Properties and Beedie Living. Anthem and Beedie have worked with the City of Burnaby to propose a sprawling redevelopment of Station Square that would make it a vibrant, modern center for city life, taking advantage of its convenient location next to Metrotown, the fifth largest shopping mall in Canada, as well as a major transit center.

READ: King George Hub officially opens in Surrey, ushering in a new era

Construction began in 2013. In 2014, Station Square was recognized as Western Canada’s most successful real estate development by sales volume. In 2015, residential and commercial doors opened, including a Best Buy, Bed, Bath, & Beyond, and others. Since then, it has also won the 2021-2022 UDI Pacific Region award for best mixed-use high-rise development.

2004 vs. Renderings (Station Square)

“It’s only fitting that what was once a car factory, then a wasteland, then a shopping mall, and now the modern urban village of Station Square – a comforting place for thousands of people every day – should be symbolically honored by this incredible Douglas Coupland piece,” said Anthem Properties CEO Eric Carlson.

“With the large number of new homes, retail and offices in Station Square, I think it’s also a testament to the evolution of the neighborhood and the Lower Mainland,” added Ryan Beedie, President of Beedie Living.

Construction of the remaining phases is still underway, but when complete, the 12-acre station plaza will include nearly 2,000 homes, 30,000 square feet of restaurants, 300,000 square feet of retail and services, and 150,000 square feet office squares.

Howard is an editor at STOREYS. He is based in Vancouver, BC and has also written on media for One Zero and international politics for WhoWhatWhy. Prior to STOREYS, he was also associate editor of 604 Now.

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Lagos factory worker kills friend for 300 naira and flees https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/lagos-factory-worker-kills-friend-for-300-naira-and-flees/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 00:42:00 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/lagos-factory-worker-kills-friend-for-300-naira-and-flees/ A factory worker, Toheeb Kilani, has gone into hiding after allegedly stabbing his colleague, Emmanuel Ojo, to death during a dispute over N300 in Mushin area, Lagos State. PUNCH Metro understood that the duo were returning from somewhere when they boarded a motorbike to drive to Kilani’s residence in Asabi Street, Mushin. After the motorcyclist […]]]>

A factory worker, Toheeb Kilani, has gone into hiding after allegedly stabbing his colleague, Emmanuel Ojo, to death during a dispute over N300 in Mushin area, Lagos State.

PUNCH Metro understood that the duo were returning from somewhere when they boarded a motorbike to drive to Kilani’s residence in Asabi Street, Mushin.

After the motorcyclist carried Ojo and Kilani to their destination, he received payments from the friends and gave them N300 currency to split between them.

However, in the process of dividing the money, it caused an argument that escalated into a fight. During the scuffle, Kilani pulled out a box cutter and allegedly used it to stab Ojo in the neck.

After carrying out the crime, Kilani fled the scene, abandoning the victim, who was unconscious and bleeding on the ground.

It was learned that good Samaritans rushed Ojo to a nearby hospital where the doctor on duty pronounced him dead upon arrival.

Ojo’s corpse was later handed over to officers from Olosan Police Station.

While visiting the area, an apprentice, Stanley Ufon, said the cause of the fight was N300, adding that the fight started after they got off the motorbike.

Ufon said, “The motorcyclist didn’t have change so he gave them N300 to split between them and left. The money caused an argument and they started to fight.

“One of the two pulled out a box cutter and stabbed the other person. The suspect realized what he had done and fled but we tried to rush the victim to hospital, but he died on the way.”

An outlet operator in the area, who only gave his name as Collins, said the boys were close friends who worked at a factory on Fatai-Atere Street, Mushin, adding that efforts by the people to separate them proved abortive.

“After stabbing his friend, he returned home and was later informed that his injured friend had died after drinking water,” Collins said.

An elderly woman, who sells alcoholic drinks packaged in sachets, spoke to our correspondent but declined to give her name for security reasons, noting that people in the neighborhood initially thought Kilani and Ojo were playing together.

She said: “My neighbor thought they were playing but when it got difficult she asked them to leave her shop premises.

“Soon after, she saw one of them lying on the ground motionless and the other boy ran away. She got closer and realized that the boy lying on the ground had been stabbed in the neck and bleeding. The boy died.

When contacted, state police public relations officer SP Benjamin Hundenyin said efforts were underway to apprehend the fleeing suspect.

He said: “The incident happened around 1pm in Ashabi Street, Mushin, where a fight broke out between Toheeb Kilani and 20-year-old Emmanuel Ojo.

“They had a misunderstanding and Kilani stabbed Ojo with an object and he collapsed. Ojo was rushed to General Hospital where he was confirmed dead by the doctor on duty.

“The suspect has escaped and efforts to apprehend him are still ongoing.”

PUNCH Metro reported instances of misunderstandings escalating into scuffles that claimed the lives of state residents.

Recently, on a Monday, Nnime was arrested for allegedly stabbing his brother, John, to death during a misunderstanding at the N1500 border.

Reacting to these developments, a psychologist, Dr. Matthew Olasupo, said that conflict must inevitably occur in a relationship, adding that each party involved in a conflict must be ready to change ground to reach a win-win solution. to solve the problem.

He said: “There will be no lasting peace if either side thinks of winning everything. To achieve a quick and amicable resolution in the event of a dispute, the parties must have the desire to think about the win-win solution where each party involved must be willing to change ground a little.

“Having the above basic understanding will go a long way in helping society resolve conflicts that lead to loss of life and property.”

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Strong earthquake kills 1 in Taiwan https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/strong-earthquake-kills-1-in-taiwan/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 10:06:36 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/strong-earthquake-kills-1-in-taiwan/ TAIPEI, Taiwan — A strong earthquake rocked much of Taiwan on Sunday, toppling a three-story building and temporarily trapping four people inside, stranding around 400 tourists on the mountainside and derailing part of a passenger train. One person died and nine others were slightly injured, the Taiwan Emergency Operations Center said. The magnitude 6.8 quake […]]]>

TAIPEI, Taiwan — A strong earthquake rocked much of Taiwan on Sunday, toppling a three-story building and temporarily trapping four people inside, stranding around 400 tourists on the mountainside and derailing part of a passenger train.

One person died and nine others were slightly injured, the Taiwan Emergency Operations Center said.

The magnitude 6.8 quake was the largest of dozens that have rocked the island’s southeast coast since Saturday night, when a magnitude 6.4 quake hit the same area.

Most of the damage appeared to be north of the epicenter, which Taiwan’s central weather bureau said was in the city of Chishang at a relatively shallow depth of 4 miles.

In the nearby town of Yuli, a cement plant worker died and the three-story building, which had a 7-11 convenience store on the ground floor and residences above, collapsed, the official said. island’s central news agency.

The 70-year-old building owner and his wife were rescued first, but it took longer to reach a 39-year-old woman and her 5-year-old daughter.

A photo released by the Hualien city government showed the girl lying on a blanket and being handed a metal ladder from the top of the debris by helmeted rescuers in orange uniforms.

The top two stories of the building were left sprawling across a small street and across, with electrical wires pulled through the fallen structure.

More than 7,000 households were reported without power in Yuli and water pipes were also damaged. Bookshelves and musical instruments fell at Mount Carmel Presbyterian Church and a long crack ran down its floor. Outside, the sidewalk has been broken into concrete slabs.

Police and firefighters rushed to a bridge collapse over a two-lane road in what appeared to be a rural part of the same town where three people and one or more vehicles may have fallen, media said.

Also in Yuli, a landslide trapped nearly 400 tourists on a mountain famous for the orange day lilies that cover its slopes at this time of year, the Central News Agency reported. They had no electricity and weak cell phone signal.

Debris from a canopy falling onto a platform at Dongli Station in Fuli Town, located between Yuli and the epicenter of Chishang, hit a passing train, derailing six carriages, the agency said. central press, quoting the railway administration. None of the 20 passengers was injured.

The tremor was felt at the northern end of the island in the capital, Taipei. In the city of Taoyuan, west of Taipei and 210 km north of the epicenter, a man was injured by a ceiling collapse on the 5th floor of a sports center.

The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami advisory for several southern Japanese islands near Taiwan, but later lifted it.

Information for this article was provided by Huizhong Wu of The Associated Press.

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Izium: After the Russian retreat, the horrors of the Russian occupation are revealed | Ukraine https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/izium-after-the-russian-retreat-the-horrors-of-the-russian-occupation-are-revealed-ukraine/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 20:19:00 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/izium-after-the-russian-retreat-the-horrors-of-the-russian-occupation-are-revealed-ukraine/ SStanding in the dark, Maksim Maksimov pointed to where he was tortured with electric shocks. Russian soldiers took him from his cell in the basement of the Izium police station. They sat him on an office chair and attached a zigzag alligator clip to his finger. It was wired to an old-fashioned Soviet military field […]]]>

SStanding in the dark, Maksim Maksimov pointed to where he was tortured with electric shocks. Russian soldiers took him from his cell in the basement of the Izium police station. They sat him on an office chair and attached a zigzag alligator clip to his finger. It was wired to an old-fashioned Soviet military field telephone.

And then it started. A soldier turned the crank, turning it faster and faster. This sent an excruciating pulse through Maksimov’s body. “I collapsed. They pulled me to my feet. There was a hood over my head. I couldn’t see anything. My legs went numb. I couldn’t hear out of my left ear,” he recalls. “Then they started again. I fainted. I returned 40 minutes later to my cell.

The Russian army occupied the police station in April. This followed a furious month-long battle with Ukrainian forces who had based themselves on a hill next to the Soviet war memorial at Izium. According to Maksimov, a 50-year-old publisher, soldiers arrested anyone suspected of holding pro-Ukrainian views. He had stayed behind to take care of his elderly mother.

They searched for military veterans, home care volunteers and city hall officials. The Russians arrived with a list of names. Some local politicians seem to have collaborated. Among them were several city council deputies and a retired police chief, Vladislav Sokolov, who became the new pro-Vladimir Putin “mayor” of Izium.

Residents were unable to say how many people went missing during the five-month Russian occupation of the city. An answer could be found on Saturday in a sunny pine forest on the outskirts of the city, close to a Russian checkpoint. Beneath orange-barked trees, Ukrainian forensic experts were going through a gruesome process of exhuming and uncovering the truth.

Wooden crosses mark the graves of those who have died since the beginning of the Russian invasion and are buried in the extension of a cemetery near Izium. Photography: Daniel Carde/The Observer

A Russian battalion had parked its tanks next to a cemetery, cutting branches and building underground shelters with neat log roofs. The war dead from Izium – 443 people since February – joined them in the nearby sandy plots. They included 17 Ukrainian soldiers. They were dug up on Friday from a hollow dug for a tank, used as a mass grave.

Ukrainian armed forces discovered the gruesome site when they invaded Izium a week ago, in a stunning counter-offensive that saw them recapture almost the entire northeast region of Kharkiv. On Friday, the first 40 bodies were removed. Some had their hands tied; on a woman’s decomposed arm was a bracelet in Ukrainian blue and yellow colors. On Saturday, experts in white overalls continued to dig. The graves were marked with wooden crosses. Watched by the police, they scraped, extracted bodies and carefully deposited them in a clearing. The first was a soldier, identifiable by his camouflage pants and boots. Then two civilians – one of whom may be a woman – and another soldier. All were zipped up in white bags.

“Sometimes we find IDs and passports. But we don’t have names for many of them here. Or the cause of death,” Roman Kasianenko, deputy chief prosecutor of Kharkiv, told the Observer. “There are signs of torture. We found individuals with their hands tied and limbs broken. But, he pointed out, “It’s too early to tell if it’s another Bucha.”

Maksim Maksimov shows wounds from where he was tied while in captivity and held in a police station in Izium, Ukraine.
Maksim Maksimov shows wounds from where he was tied while in captivity and held in a police station in Izium, Ukraine. Photography: Daniel Carde/The Observer

The site smelled strongly of human rot and pine resin. Relatives said Russian missiles killed their relatives. Oxsana Gruzodub had come to report the death of the family of her daughter-in-law, Anatoly, Galina and their 14-year-old son Artyom. They died on March 9 when a Russian warplane bombed their building, she said.

Another relative, Feyodor, was looking for the place where his wife Svetlana was buried in grave number 333. A cluster bomb killed her on May 16 in the street, he said. Feyodor and his nephew, Nikolai, wandered past the police tape and eventually located the place. He was in tears. Svetlana – like the others – would be dug up next week and sent to a laboratory in Kharkiv.

Showing the Observer around Izium’s shattered cross, Maksimov admitted he got lucky. A group of young Russian conscripts arrested him in March shortly after taking up position on the outskirts of the city, beside the reed-lined Siverskyi Donets River. They caught him as he was crossing the town’s pedestrian bridge.

The soldiers told him that they had come from Belarus. Later that evening, the Ukrainians shelled the riverside building where he was being held. The Russians hid in another room. Maksimov ran down the street, grabbed his bike and escaped.

Publisher Maksim Maksimov, 50, shows the room of a police station where he was tortured during the Russian occupation of Izium.
Publisher Maksim Maksimov, 50, shows the room of a police station where he was tortured during the Russian occupation of Izium. Photography: Daniel Carde/The Observer

He was detained a second time on September 3 by soldiers who accused him of being a Ukrainian spy. The police station’s torture chamber, he later discovered, was an indoor shooting range, with soundproof walls. The guards came from the so-called Lugansk People’s Republic (LNR).

These separatist auxiliaries brought the prisoners cold soup twice a day. Their toilet was a bucket. Three rats lived on a ledge next to a window. Maksimov shared a cell with two other local men. On the sixth day, the guards said the Ukrainians were coming and threatened to throw a grenade into their room. The next day, other NRL goalkeepers appeared and told them to run.

About a quarter of the 60,000 inhabitants of Izium lived under Russian rule. A third of them sympathized with the occupiers, Maksimov said. “It’s Stockholm syndrome,” he suggested. The Russians have swapped diesel for homemade vodka. The city lived with little food and no electricity.

The editor said he didn’t expect the Russian military to leave Izium without a fight. They made a chaotic exit last week, dropping T-80 tanks, BMP infantry fighting vehicles and rows of mortars. On Saturday, Ukrainian troops rode around Izium in these old Russian war machines, hastily repainted with a plus sign and the Ukrainian flag.

Within days, Ukrainian forces liberated an area half the size of Wales, recapturing more than 300 settlements and pushing the enemy back to a new defensive line about 10 miles east of Wales. ‘Izium, which was key to the Kremlin’s plan to seize. the Donbas. His loss means there is now little chance of that happening soon, if ever.

However, as the Russians retreat, the price paid by the civilians becomes clearer. Russian soldiers rounded up and executed hundreds of civilians in February and March in Bucha and other satellite towns in the Kyiv region. The last mass grave in Izium suggests that this was not an anomaly. Rather, it is part of a wild pattern seen in every area occupied by Moscow.

Ukrainian officials say they have found at least 10 torture chambers in other newly liberated towns, including Vovchansk, just on the border with Russia, Kupiansk and Balakliia. “The Russians wore masks and tortured civilians with exposed electric wires,” said Andriy Nebytov, head of the main national police directorate in the Kyiv region.

The Kremlin says its forces are “regrouping” and has responded to military setbacks by ordering attacks on critical civilian infrastructure. Last week, Russian warplanes fired missiles at a dam and reservoir in Kryvyi Rih, the hometown of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, causing major flooding. They also targeted the Kharkiv power station, plunging the city into darkness.

Most of Izium has been destroyed. The main boulevard is full of gutted buildings and bullet-riddled walls. The administration building is a strange ruin of sandbags. A bomb tore off a piece of the dome of a church. The city’s road bridge was destroyed, with residents commuting on bicycles.

But life is already coming back. Residents line up for aid packages, delivered in the central square that was once used for celebrations. Women wheel shopping carts past a John Lennon mural. The town’s beer factory remains closed but a cafe reopened on Saturday. “You look at all of this and think we have no future,” Maksimov said. “But I believe so. We can rebuild.

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EDSG seals over 14 unapproved gas stations and buildings in central Edo – Nigerian Observer https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/edsg-seals-over-14-unapproved-gas-stations-and-buildings-in-central-edo-nigerian-observer/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 04:26:44 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/edsg-seals-over-14-unapproved-gas-stations-and-buildings-in-central-edo-nigerian-observer/ The Edo State Government has sealed off over 14 retail gas stations, residential and commercial buildings in Uromi and Ekpoma, the administrative headquarters of the Northeast and West Esan Local Government Areas state for violating planning laws. The exercise which was conducted on Tuesday by a team from the Development Control and Enforcement Department, Ministry […]]]>

The Edo State Government has sealed off over 14 retail gas stations, residential and commercial buildings in Uromi and Ekpoma, the administrative headquarters of the Northeast and West Esan Local Government Areas state for violating planning laws.

The exercise which was conducted on Tuesday by a team from the Development Control and Enforcement Department, Ministry of Land, Urban and Regional Development, Edo State, was led by Mr. Henry Enabulele, Director of Development Control and Enforcement of the Ministry.

The structures concerned are Graceland Hotel & Suites, Ogah Retail Gas station, NA Godsco Retail Gas Station, Sweet Mother Furniture Showroom, Idogen Retail Gas Station, Homix Retail Gas station, uder construction Hotel Building, proposed residential buildings and Rain Oil Retail Gas Station.

An unnamed bakery along Ogboni Road, a building blocking the right-of-way on Uwenebo Street, an Otailo Retail petrol station, a palm oil factory, a welding factory, all in Uromi, also received infringement notices.

While in Ekpoma, an ongoing lockdown store along the Ekpoma-Auchi highway and a building blocking Old Ojo Street, Uhumudumu were marked for demolition.

Speaking to reporters after the application, town planner Henry Enabulele, said the application was in line with the recent government declaration of Edo State as a planning area.

He revealed that the state government had awarded a contract for the design of the Edo Regional Development Master Plan, hence the need for potential developers to seek advice and obtain construction approval from the ministry. before spending money on unapproved structures.

While maintaining that the execution was carried out after the expiry of the formal notices served on the promoters, Mr. Enabulele however called on the populations to approach the ministry and register their buildings, warning that the offenders would be reprimanded by the intermediary of the law. .

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Whitchurch: Woman fined after drunken incident at cheese factory https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/whitchurch-woman-fined-after-drunken-incident-at-cheese-factory/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 14:00:09 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/whitchurch-woman-fined-after-drunken-incident-at-cheese-factory/ A WHITCHURCH woman has been fined in her absence for an episode of drunkenness and disorder outside a cheese shop in the town. Emma Crowder, 39 and from Oak Tree Way, failed to appear at Telford Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday September 14, accused of being drunk and disorderly in a public place, but magistrates accepted […]]]>

A WHITCHURCH woman has been fined in her absence for an episode of drunkenness and disorder outside a cheese shop in the town.

Emma Crowder, 39 and from Oak Tree Way, failed to appear at Telford Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday September 14, accused of being drunk and disorderly in a public place, but magistrates accepted a request from the prosecutor Sara Beddow to proceed with the prosecution’s case.

The court heard that on July 15 this year police were called to the Nantwich Cheese Company Ltd in the Waymills industrial estate after reports the defendant had thrown objects at the business.

Police Constable Joanne Kettle, based at Market Drayton Station, said she was called into the incident and said she and fellow officers were forced to restrain her while she was arrested.

She added that the defendant, who had been drinking heavily, went to see a friend who worked at the factory.

PC Kettle said: “I was at Market Drayton and at around 3.50pm I was on duty and was asked to attend the Nantwich Cheese Company in Whitchurch as a member of the public, which I later discovered to be Emma Crowder, was extremely drunk and throwing things.

“PC Alan Ambrose was also there and the factory staff too.

“Emma was screaming that she had been stabbed by her ex-boyfriend and pointed to two superficial wounds.

“It was clear that she was clearly drunk and staggering, and it was reported that she was carrying a bottle of Irn Bru with vodka.

“Factory workers said she was throwing things but didn’t cause any damage.

“She said she was there to talk to a friend, who she pointed out and that friend told officers it was not out of order and she would be drinking too much.

“It was reported that she had recently gone through a personal heartbreak and at 4.18pm she was arrested.

“She kept fighting the officers.”

Magistrates heard the defendant had previous convictions for drunkenness and disorder, and was also the subject of a community order as recently as December last year.

They accepted the prosecution case and fined Crowder £660.

She was ordered to pay costs of £150 as well as a victim fine surcharge of £264, paying £1,074 in total.

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Bharat Jodo Yatra Congress live | ‘The lie factory is working overtime’: Jairam Ramesh on BJP dig into Rahul Gandhi’s t-shirt https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/bharat-jodo-yatra-congress-live-the-lie-factory-is-working-overtime-jairam-ramesh-on-bjp-dig-into-rahul-gandhis-t-shirt/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 13:40:48 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/bharat-jodo-yatra-congress-live-the-lie-factory-is-working-overtime-jairam-ramesh-on-bjp-dig-into-rahul-gandhis-t-shirt/ Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi with party leaders greet supporters during ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in Parassala, Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday, September 11, 2022. (PTI Photo) As Rahul Gandhi started the second day of his Bharat Jodo Yatra, he was joined by the team behind “Village Cooking Channel”, a popular YouTube channel which has around 1.79 crore subscribers. […]]]>

Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi with party leaders greet supporters during ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in Parassala, Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday, September 11, 2022. (PTI Photo)

As Rahul Gandhi started the second day of his Bharat Jodo Yatra, he was joined by the team behind “Village Cooking Channel”, a popular YouTube channel which has around 1.79 crore subscribers. Rahul had tried his hand at cooking with these YouTubers during a trip to Tamil Nadu in January 2021. On the menu was mushroom biryani and curd onion salad, with Gandhi lending a hand in the preparation before sitting down to eat.

The polyglot of Jairam Ramesh was in broad daylight on Friday. Ahead of a press conference addressed by Rahul Gandhi, Ramesh addressed the restless press, which jostled for seats and camera positions, in English, Hindi, Tamil and Kannada. One person, one question, he told the assembled reporters before smiling and referring to the one person, one job rule in Congress.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah and his Cabinet colleague Smriti Irani, who holds the Women and Child Welfare portfolio, attacked Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday for his “Bharat Jodo Yatra” in progress.

At a BJP event in Jodhpur, Shah said the Congress leader who once said ‘India is not a nation’ is now ready to ‘unite’ the country by wearing a t-shirt “of foreign manufacture”, while advising the latter to read the history of India. Irani, at a celebratory event near Bengaluru, said Rahul marched with people chanting “anti-Indian” slogans, an apparent reference to Congress leader Kanhaiya Kumar.

“Rahul Baba embarked on Bharat Jodo Yatra, wearing a foreign shirt…a foreign t-shirt. My friends, I want to remind him of what he said in Parliament — ‘Bharat is not a nation’. Arrey Rahul Baba, in which book did you read this? It is this nation for which thousands have sacrificed their heads and colored the earth red. It is this nation where thousands of sisters have committed themselves “jauhar” for honor and for the country. But that doesn’t seem like a country to you? Shah said, while addressing officials at the Rajasthan BJP booth in Jodhpur.

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Saturday morning news roundup https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/saturday-morning-news-roundup/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 11:11:19 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/saturday-morning-news-roundup/ Cotati has purchased a new electric police cruiser, the first fully equipped electric police cruiser to be commissioned in Sonoma County. The city, in accordance with its measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, will officially put the vehicle into service on Thursday. Cotati officials purchased a Tesla Model Y for police patrols/ The vehicle was […]]]>

Cotati has purchased a new electric police cruiser, the first fully equipped electric police cruiser to be commissioned in Sonoma County.

The city, in accordance with its measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, will officially put the vehicle into service on Thursday.

Cotati officials purchased a Tesla Model Y for police patrols/ The vehicle was manufactured at the Tesla factory, the company’s automotive assembly plant, in Fremont.

Someone is impersonating police officers from Fairfield.

A spokesperson for the Fairfield Police Department said Friday the department is aware that an individual called Fairfield residents and posed as an officer. The call appears to be from (707) 428-7300 – the main phone number for the police department.

Police said Friday the individual, a man, was likely using an app to “spoof” the agency’s number as part of a scam. “Spoofing” makes it look like someone is calling from a local number when it isn’t.

Fairfield residents contacted report that the man claims to be investigating and, when he leaves a voicemail, asks for an “urgent call back” at a completely different number. The number currently provided by the scammer is (909) 236-7292, but this number may change.

A criminal investigation is currently underway into these incidents. Meanwhile, police said if anyone receives an unexpected call from someone claiming to be a Fairfield police officer, immediately end the call and call (707) 428-7300 directly to confirm if you have actually been contacted by one of our agents.

Police advise the public never to share sensitive and personally identifiable information over the phone. This includes information such as date of birth, mailing address, driver’s license, credit/debit card numbers or social security number.

Police added that scams of this nature usually result in the caller asking for money or payment in a non-traditional way, such as gift cards. Police advise never to send payment of any kind unless the identity is confirmed with whom you are speaking and you are certain of the destination of the money.

Anyone who may receive a call of this nature or has information regarding this scam is asked to contact the police dispatcher or Det. Matthew Reina.

Sonoma Water will begin repairs to the water pipeline in the city of Sonoma next week, the agency said Friday.

Repairs beginning Monday should result in no water service interruptions, according to Sonoma Water, but the City of Sonoma is advising residents to conserve water beginning Sunday evening and until the repair project is completed. ended. Sonoma said it has increased its water supplies as a precaution, along with modified irrigation schedules for parks and facilities.

During the repairs, traffic controls will be in place and could cause delays, Sonoma Water said.

The 16-inch pipeline is part of the Sonoma Aqueduct, which serves the city of Sonoma and the Valley of the Moon Water District. Repairs will take place near the Verano Avenue Bridge that crosses Sonoma Creek.

The work is estimated at seven days, according to the agency.

The leak was discovered on August 17 after crews found a piece of concrete from a support structure buried next to the bridge that had settled into the underground pipeline.

A 42-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection with a fatal stabbing that occurred in August at the 24th Street Plaza at 24th Street/Mission Station in San Francisco.

BART spokesman Chris Filippi said Friday that BART police arrested Richard Henry Visor in connection with the knife attack, which occurred Aug. 28 at the street level of 24th Street Plaza.

Filippi said BART police and the San Francisco Police Department have been working together since the stabbing to identify the suspect and the two agencies staged a joint operation Friday to take the suspect into custody.

A 42-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection with a fatal stabbing that occurred in August at the 24th Street Plaza at 24th Street/Mission Station in San Francisco.

BART spokesman Chris Filippi said Friday that BART police arrested Richard Henry Visor in connection with the knife attack, which occurred Aug. 28 at the street level of 24th Street Plaza.

Filippi said BART police and the San Francisco Police Department have been working together since the stabbing to identify the suspect and the two agencies staged a joint operation Friday to take the suspect into custody.

BART has a network of over 4,000 functional cameras throughout the system in stations, trains, parking lots and plazas.

BART surveillance cameras captured an argument between two men in the plaza near an elevator on August 28. The video shows one of the individuals stabbing the other.

The stabbing victim descended the stairs to the station and then collapsed on the platform. BART personnel attempted to assist the victim, but he died of his injuries.

A new, updated booster shot specially formulated to protect against the highly contagious omicron variant COVID-19 is now available in Sonoma County.

County health officials said Friday that the new boosters, known as bivalent vaccines, are made by Pfizer and Moderna. The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the Pfizer bivalent booster for anyone 12 and older and the Moderna bivalent booster for anyone 18 and older.

Bivalent boosters can be given two months after the end of the primary series or the most recent booster dose of a monovalent COVID-19 vaccine. The original monovalent vaccines will continue to be used for the primary series and booster doses for the age groups 6 months to 11 years.

In Sonoma County, those eligible for the new booster can get vaccinated through primary health care providers, health centers and pharmacies, as well as at the Sonoma County Immunization Clinic in Roseland. Community Center and the LHI Clinic at Rohnert Park Community Center.

Health officials added that supplies may be limited and not all COVID-19 vaccine providers will have doses at first.

Sonoma County health officials expect to receive more supplies in the coming weeks.

State officials approved more than $41 million this week for monkeypox testing and treatment after state lawmakers representing San Francisco called for its inclusion in the state budget.

Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, first called for dedicated public funding for the MPX outbreak in July, when the virus first took hold in the city.

On Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 179, an amendment to the state budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023, including $41.5 million for the emergency response of the Status at the MPX outbreak.

An Alameda County Superior Court judge on Thursday dismissed legal challenges to Oakland A’s quest for a new stadium that argued the proposed baseball stadium at the Howard Terminal would cause severe environmental damage to the port area surrounding.

The lawsuits, filed in April by the East Oakland Stadium Alliance, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority and a handful of port and labor organizations, argued that City of Oakland officials failed to properly consider the repercussions of the project when the Oakland City Council approved an environmental impact statement for the proposal earlier this year.

Judge Brad Seligman ruled against the lawsuits, writing in his decision that the city had not violated California’s Environmental Quality Act and that the analysis of potential environmental and safety risks was “sufficient and supported by substantial evidence”.

Seligman also ruled that the city and the A’s had sufficiently concluded that building a new stadium on the site of the Oakland Coliseum, where the A’s currently play home games, would not be a viable alternative to the waterfront stadium. water, as the complainant organizations had argued. their trials.

The National Weather Service forecast for Saturday for the San Francisco Bay Area calls for cooler temperatures following the heat wave of the past 10 days. Overnight lows Saturday morning will be in the 50s. Daytime highs will range from the 60s along the coast to the low 70s to low 80s around the bay and to the 80s and 90s in the interior valleys.

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