Forget the Super Bowl Monsters Inc fans are celebrating 2319 day

first_img Happy 2319 #2319Day— ıllıмυѕнιıllı (@fakedymond) February 3, 2019 Comments “2319! WE HAVE A 2319!” Happy #2319Day— Jonathan (@Jonatha08077969) February 3, 2019 And here’s a human reenactment of the scene. Tags Now playing: Watch this: Toy Story Land is incredibly detailed Monsters Inc. fans are thrilled that Feb. 3, 2019 correlates into 2319 day. Walt Disney Pictures Monsters Inc. fans have more than just the Super Bowl to enjoy on Sunday.Since it’s Feb. 3, 2019, fans of the Pixar film were quick to that the date correlates to the code 2319, a number that leads to a sequence in a hilarious scene from the 2001 film.As pointed out by CNET sister site, the scene in question involves the monster George (Sam Black), who gets an unexpected haircut as a result of getting a child’s sock stuck on his gloriously orange fur. At this point in the film, monsters think children are toxic, making the sock a big issue code-named 2319.  3:02 HAPPY #2319Day #redalert #MonstersInc— Bring your own Geek (@Bringyourowngek) February 3, 2019 39 Photos I think i’m funny #2319Day #SuperBowl— Chloseph (@ChlosterSays) February 3, 2019 3 Happy 2319 Day!!@WaltDisneyWorld @Disney @DisneyPixar @WaltDisneyCo @MonstersU #2319Day— Brad Fowler 🇺🇸 (@BradFowler11) February 3, 2019 Hidden details of Toy Story Land TV and Movies And a costumed one, too. Share your voice One even thinks 2319 could be a Super Bowl strategy (don’t do this). Have you posted your own 2319 salute on social media? Drop us a link in the comments and we may add it to this roundup. Happy 2319 day, and watch out for those socks! Just going to leave this here 😂 #Disney #2319Day— Yoshi P73🍔🍟 (@Mexicanpancake7) February 3, 2019 Fans who remember the scene have taken to Twitter to celebrate the date, with all sorts of orange-ful posts in memory of George’s hair. Disney Pixarlast_img read more

AK Plastics

first_imgSome say that after climate warming, plastic is the biggest environmental problem we face. And unlike climate warming, no one argues over who is responsible for the plastic in our oceans – we are. After researching and reporting on it, Johanna Eurich wanted to do her part to reduce plastic trash. The task is daunting. She started at home, in her tiny log cabin in Spenard.Download AudioI am sorting my trash and logging the plastic that has come into my life this week. It is all packaging.When I was born, there was very little plastic around. Now, more than half a century later, there is tons of it floating around in the world’s ocean. Most of it comes from land. And it’s stuff from our cupboards and trash bins.(Photo courtesy Johanna Eurich)Unlike the long molecules that nature makes, the plastics we produce last forever. None of it rots the way natural cellulose does. Instead it breaks down into smaller, less visible pieces and becomes even more dangerous in the environment. Some of Alaska’s most remote beaches are covered with confetti of it.The plastic issue makes me confront the limits of consumer choice. What I can easily, I am already doing. We don’t use plastic shopping bags anymore.But I still suffer from plastic guilt. Then I meet someone like Kylee Singh working at the Alaska Center for the Environment. She comes at the plastic issue from a public health perspective.“I just continually was trying to wrap my head around something that we had just created like plastic water bottles,” Singh said. “If I was drinking out of a plastic water bottle and drinking out of it for weeks at a time – I was living in the desert at the time – there has to be something leaching out of that plastic.”She was in college when she got to help lead an effort to stop the use of bottled water on campus.“A year after I graduated we found out that we had lobbied hard enough to put the bad on bottled water on Humboldt State,” Singh said. “So we became the first public university to ban plastic bottled water on campus.”My plastic campaign isn’t all doom and gloom. Some of it’s fun. I’m making yogurt in a glass jar so I don’t have to buy the stuff in the plastic containers. The result is cheaper and tastier. I wrap the jar of lukewarm milk with a spoonful of yogurt in it and put it in the oven to incubate. The old pilot light keeps it warm.Every little bit helps.Dave Bass takes his own containers to restaurants when he buys take-out. He remembers the reaction the first time.(Photo courtesy Johanna Eurich)“The person who took the containers wasn’t even sure it was an option,” Bass said. “They had to go back to check to see if that was possible; they were confused but they eventually did it.”Now local restaurants expect Dave to show up a few minutes early with glass Tupperware. It doesn’t save a ton of trash, but he says the thought of the unnecessary Styrofoam used to make it hard to take his food to go.“The tastiness and convenience is nearly overshadowed by being forced to accept responsibility for several stupid Styrofoam containers that are going to be floating around in the ocean for the next billion years,” Bass said.When I lived off the road system, I would buy large quantities to keep prices down, but everything came wrapped in plastic. That’s why rural dumps are stuffed with plastic. We bury it and hope for the best. But the amount in village dumps pales compared to the quantities that wash up on our shores from Asia. The man on the front line is Chris Pallister at Gulf of Alaska Keeper.“We’re working on shorelines now that have up to 30 tons of plastic per mile on them,” he said.Chris thinks the price of plastic should include all the external costs, like cleaning it up.“Other things like glass will be cost effective then,” Pallister said. “We can make it here and reuse it here. And we could do that everywhere.”“I don’t understand why people are opposed to internalizing costs and letting the consumers pay for it.”Finally, I want to show you where I go when the plastic gets overwhelming. Welcome to my garden compost heap. This is the temple of rot and my husband Steven is the priest. He waters it and turns it to make it heat up.Compost is entropy transformed and transcended. The heroes are worms and microbes. They break down and recycle all the long molecules made by nature. We will all rot someday. If I’m lucky, my chemistry will make more food, more blossoms like the sweet black compost from this heap.After we are all long gone the plastic we have already made will still be here. It is a huge and growing pile and there are no simple answers. All I can do is start with my own pile and look for others willing to do the same.last_img read more

Telangana State United Teachers Federation members call for

first_imgParigi: Telangana State United Teachers-‘ Federation (TSUTF) members called for a protest on 12th of July in Village centers and on 20th July in district heads. Speaking regarding the issue, TSUTF state secretary P Manik Reddy said, “It’s not fare to check the patience of the teachers. Everyone should take a forward step and solve the issues of teachers.” TSUTF leaders from different divisions are present.last_img

IT detected Rs 19000 crore black money in ICIJ HSBC cases Jaitley

first_imgCreative CommonsThe Income Tax department has detected over Rs 19,000 crore in black money following investigations into global leaks, including HSBC account holders in Switzerland, according to a PTI report on Friday.The PTI report quoted Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as saying that investigations into information put in the public domain by the ICIJ or the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, pertaining to about 700 Indian persons allegedly linked to offshore entities based on no tax or low tax jurisdiction, have led to the detection of more than Rs 11,010 crore of credits in undisclosed foreign accounts.”72 prosecution complaints in 31 such cases have been filed before the criminal courts,” Jaitley informed the Lok Sabha, according to the report.The government constituted a multi-agency group (MAG) in April 2016 to facilitate and expedite investigation in cases of Indian individuals who allegedly have undisclosed foreign assets and whose names were reportedly included in the Panama papers leak.Jaitley said that information on 628 Indian individuals holding bank accounts in HSBC bank in Switzerland was received from the government of France under the Double Taxation Avoidance Convention (DTAC) between India and France.”As a result of the systematic investigation in these cases, undisclosed income of about Rs 8,437 crore was brought to tax till May 2017. Besides, concealment penalty of Rs 1,287 crore was levied in 162 cases and 199 criminal prosecution complaints were filed in 84 cases,” Jaitley pointed out.He noted, however, that the information received under the tax treaties can be used for tax purposes and its disclosure is governed by the confidentiality provisions of such treaties.Replying to a query, whether the government has made any assessment of black money stashed away by Indians in foreign countries, Jaitley said there is no official estimation of that, the PTI report said.However, he said, the government had commissioned a study on estimation of unaccounted income and wealth inside and outside the country to be conducted by NIPFP, NIFM, and NCAER.”The reports of these institutions and the government’s response to the findings in the reports would be placed before the Standing Committee on Finance shortly,” he added.last_img read more

Full Show We Share Information For A Good Nights Sleep Aug 7

first_imgOn Monday’s Houston Matters: It could be the most important public service we provide on Houston Matters: We help out you and other Houstonians to get something we all desperately need: a good night’s sleep.We welcome your questions about sleep and sleep disorders for Dr. Richard Castriotta, the director of pulmonary and sleep medicine at UTHealth’s McGovern Medical School, and the medical director of the Memorial Hermann Sleep Disorders Center.Also this hour, We discuss developments in Houston sports with Jeff Balke, who writes for Houston Press and Houstonia Magazine.Houston Matters offers a free daily, downloadable podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and various other podcasting apps. Sharelast_img read more

Spreading Smiles Across Northern Virginia

first_imgThe fourth annual Spreading Smiles event, comprised of offices in Vienna, Fairfax, Arlington, and The Plains, Va. will include local dentists providing services to local residents in need of free dental care on Sept. 17 at 2553 Chain Bridge Road. Doors are scheduled to open at 7:30 a.m. and the event will go all day, with no appointments necessary. All visits are on a first come, first serve basis.last_img

Why starch in bananas potatoes may be good for health

first_imgConsuming foods such as bananas, potatoes, grains and legumes that are rich in resistant starch may help check blood sugar, enhance satiety as well as improve gut health, a study has found.Resistant starch is a form of starch that is not digested in the small intestine and is therefore considered a type of dietary fibre.“We know that adequate fibre intake – at least 30 grams per day – is important for achieving a healthy, balanced diet, which reduces the risk of developing a range of chronic diseases,” said Stacey Lockyer, Nutrition Scientist at British Nutrition Foundation, a Britain-based charity.  Also Read – Add new books to your shelfApart from occurring naturally in foods, resistant starch is also produced or modified commercially and incorporated into food products. Unlike the typical starch, resistant starch acts like a type of fibre in the body as it does not get digested in the small intestine, but is is fermented in the large intestine.This dietary fibre then increases the production of short chain fatty acids in the gut, which act as an energy source for the colonic cells, thus improving the gut health and increasing satiety. According to the researchers, there is consistent evidence that consumption of resistant starch can aid blood sugar control. It has also been suggested that resistant starch can support gut health and enhance satiety via increased production of short chain fatty acids.“Whilst findings support positive effects on some markers, further research is needed in most areas to establish whether consuming resistant starch can confer significant benefits that are relevant to the general population. However, this is definitely an exciting area of nutritional research for the future,” Lockyer said.The study was published in the journal Nutrition Bulletin.last_img read more

Swift Air begins new Cincinnati to Cozumel route

first_imgCozumel, Q.R. — A new flight from the United States to Cozumel has opened, bringing American tourists to the island several times a week.On Friday, the arrival of the new Swift Air flight landed at the Cozumel International Airport with more than 150 on board. The first flight arrived at 11:45 a.m. where tourist were greeted on the tarmac by live mariachi.Miguel González Castellan, general director of BeTravel, explained that the new Swift Air flight had been planned for Bermuda, but they were successful in their negotiations in having the flight arrive at Cozumel instead.The new Swift Air flight will arrive every other day from Cincinnati from May to September.The new flight departs from Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport, direct to the island of Cozumel.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgFacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Helen Kuhl, ITN Editor Helen Kuhl is Editorial Director of Imaging Technology News. Welcome to our newly launched website, providing news and information for medical imaging and radiation oncology professionals. Whether you are a returning visitor or someone coming to our site for the first time, you will find the improvements with this relaunch make it easier than ever to access our comprehensive resources for the imaging community.I invite you to click through our various areas and explore the site’s resources for yourself — and come back often to find the latest news. To get you started, here are some highlights of what is available:• Breaking news, technology developments and regulatory updates, featured front-and-center and updated daily.• Video center and webinars — With an enhanced viewer, our itnTV library has more than 100 videos featuring technology demos, interviews with industry leaders, show reports and more.• New technology — Timely info about product introductions, works-in-progress and FDA clearances, plus our extensive database including almost 5,000 products and services.• Case studies, white papers — An in-depth look at select subjects.• Buyer’s guide — A comprehensive database with contact information for hundreds of vendors, searchable by company name, product category or alphabetically.• Comparison charts — Comparison charts with detailed specifications for dozens of products from major manufacturers are in an easy-to-access format.• Dedicated information channels — Accessible via the top bar for key segments like women’s healthcare, imaging, information technology, radiation oncology and molecular imaging, these channels present all related resources on the website in one location.• Blogs — ITN editors as well as industry experts share opinions and insights. We invite you not only to read the blogs, but also post your own thoughts about any subjects related to imaging.• Comments throughout — The site is now an interactive community, where you can post comments or questions about articles or news items and initiate dialogue with your peers.I invite you to start here and share a comment about our new website. Let us know what you think and how we are doing. Although this new site culminates hundreds of hours in development, it will keep evolving in response to your suggestions for ongoing improvement. We welcome your feedback and hope you will visit us often!Helen (link sends e-mail)center_img Blog | Helen Kuhl, ITN Editor | April 28, 2011 New Look, New Features for last_img read more

UPDATE Government negotiates peace agreement between farmers indigenous group in Salitre conflict

first_imgUPDATE, Monday, July 8, 2 p.m. Tico Times reporter Lindsay Fendt is in the conflict area and reported the following on Monday afternoon:Presidency Vice Minister Ana Gabriel Zúñiga is now meeting with the indigenous people who are still occupying the land. The farmers removed their roadblock last night, but they remain at the road at the entrance to the reserve. They are no longer prohibiting the passage of indigenous residents passing through the area.A group of indigenous people put up another roadblock further up the road. It consists of a giant rock guarded by a group of Bribrí residents with sticks and machetes. They let me and police pass, but checked my car for guns and wrote down my name. They said they were not creating a blockade like the farmers, but were ensuring none of the farmers were able to access the area. They turned away a taxi in front of me because they said he was going to pick up an indigenous person further in the reserve who was against the rest of the group. They didn’t want him to get out.When the vice minister, who is acting as a mediator in the conflict, arrived, she urged the Bribrí residents to take down the blockade, but it was still there when I left. Police are stationed every several hundred meters in the first section of the reserve where the conflict has been occurring.At this point, the vice minister is negotiating with indigenous residents about security. The Bribrí say they are vulnerable to attack and want more police officers to guard them.Representatives of the National Registry are here to begin mapping the area under dispute. They are currently demarcating the limits of the protected area to ensure that the land the indigenous residents have reclaimed is in fact within the reserve.Regional police chief Reynaldo González said that police are now patrolling the entire reserve because tensions have spread all the way up through the territory. He said that the house-burning was the height of the violence, and other than that, police have no reports of gunshots fired or physical altercations.The original story continues here:BUENOS AIRES, Puntarenas – Just before 1 a.m. on Tuesday morning, government officials successfully negotiated a peace agreement between indigenous Bribrí residents and local farmers in Costa Rica’s southeastern indigenous reserve of Salitre, where violence broke out Saturday due to a land dispute.Officials from the government’s Ministry of Peace have been in the area since June 28, when a group of indigenous Bribrí set up encampments on farms that had been occupied by non-indigenous people, a legal land reclamation according to Costa Rica’s indigenous law. Officials from the Presidency Ministry and the Ombudsman’s Office have since joined in the negotiations.“The issue is that what the law and the indigenous people see as a reclamation of land is seen as an invasion by the non-indigenous people who had been occupying that territory,” said Presidency Vice Minister Ana Gabriel Zúñiga, one of the agreement’s mediators. A week after the initial reclamation, a group of 80 angry farmers converged on the newly formed encampment, burning down at least one home. The farmers then set up a blockade on the main road into Salitre, building a small wall of stones and dirt that trapped indigenous people inside the reserve.After coming to an agreement with the indigenous group occupying the land, Zúñiga and the other government mediators held a meeting with the farmers to negotiate an end to the blockade. After more than five hours of talks, the farmers agreed to take down the blockade on Tuesday morning.In return, government officials agreed to review the reclamation to see if any of the disputed lands was owned by non-indigenous people before the indigenous law’s passage in 1977. Officials say the evaluation will take approximately three months, during which time the indigenous people still on the land will be permitted to stay. Related posts:Farmers invading Costa Rica indigenous reserve chase out families, burn crops Tensions ease in Salitre indigenous crisis, but the dispute is far from resolved Costa Rica struggles with indigenous land rights Human rights commission ruling gives hope for Costa Rica indigenous autonomy Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Dutch seize huge cocaine shipment hidden in cassava roots from Costa Rica

first_imgRelated posts:Costa Rica’s 3-pronged strategy scores high against drug trafficking, says Coast Guard chief Costa Rican cops bust Italian man with 101 cocaine-filled capsules in his stomach Beachcombing along the Caribbean drug trail in Nicaragua In ‘Narcos,’ Netflix recreates Pablo Escobar’s world THE HAGUE, Netherlands – Dutch customs officers confiscated over three tons of cocaine stashed in a container of cassava roots in Rotterdam harbor, the second largest haul to date for Europe’s largest port, prosecutors said Sunday.“The cocaine was in a container with cassava from Costa Rica packed with 3,003 packages weighing a total of 3.5 tons,” the Public Prosecutor’s office said in a statement.The cocaine had a total street value of 120 million euros ($149 million), added the statement, saying the drugs were discovered in a container on a business premise in the massive harbor.The drugs were then destroyed.“The haul is the second-largest ever in the Rotterdam harbor,” prosecutors said.In 2005, law enforcement agents discovered 4.2 tons of cocaine hidden in cable reels in the Rotterdam port.Officials are now trying to track those behind the huge haul, prosecutors said. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Emiratis want crackdown on womens skimpy dress

first_imgMost Emiratis rarely come face-to-face with misbehaving foreigners.The malls, however, are a different story.They are one of the few places where everyone comes together to escape the brutal summer heat. The cultural clash is hard to ignore, as families of traditionally dressed Emiratis shop and relax in cafes alongside foreign women wearing tank tops, shorts and even transparent gowns over bikinis.Most malls have policies in place that require “conservative” dress and encourage shoppers to avoid showing shoulders and knees, but few publicize them or enforce them. Police in Dubai, where the mall that al-Muhairi visited was located, didn’t respond to a request for comment. They told the Gulf News newspaper there is nothing they can do since there are no specific laws against immodest dress.“People were seeing it for a long time but they didn’t say anything,” Bin Thaneya said. “You can’t go to the police for such stuff. There is no one to go to. You can’t go to the mall management. The mall security guard gets paid less than someone at McDonald’s. He isn’t going to do anything.”Al-Muhairi’s campaign is just one of several over the years led by Emirati women who have tried in vain to enforce the dress code _ handing out brochures, confronting foreigners. But hers has benefited from the growing popularity of social media as well as the Arab Spring popular uprisings, which has given Emiratis a sense they can speak out on some social issues. More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements “If there is a law, the behavior will be different,” said Hamad al-Rahoomi, an FNC member who compared a UAE dress code to laws in France that bans the niqab, in which a veil has only a slit exposing a woman’s eyes, or the new dress code at Royal Ascot in Britain that aims to limit provocative outfits.“We don’t want to catch people. We just want people to think of the other parties,” al-Rahoomi said. “What I want is to go with my family in my country and not see something that is harming me.”The Abu Dhabi police issued this week a booklet on dos and don’ts for tourists that will be available at the Abu Dhabi International Airport and hotels, according to The National newspaper. It advises tourists that public displays of affection including kissing are considered indecent and that they should wear “modest” clothing.Tourists _ some in skimpy summer dresses, others in shorts and T-shirts _ defended their right to wear what they want, either because it is fashionable or keeps them cool in the summer heat. None of the 10 people interviewed in Dubai and Abu Dhabi knew about a mall dress code, nor were they advised their outfits violated it. Several said a dress code law would go too far. Associated PressABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – With the number of foreigners dwarfing that of locals in her hometown of Abu Dhabi, Asma al-Muhairi has become increasingly anxious at the prospect of her younger nieces abandoning their full-length black robes in favor of Western attire that seems to be everywhere she goes.But it wasn’t until the 23-year-old marketing worker came face to face with two scantily-clad female foreigners at one of the many luxury shopping malls in the United Arab Emirates that she decided to take action. The UAEDressCode feed has more than 3,300 followers with a lively discussion that includes plenty of support for a code but also concerns that it would unfairly target foreigners or create divisions between locals and foreigners. Unlike similar campaigns in Kuwait or Saudi Arabia, the impetus for a code has not come from Islamic hard-liners, but from moderate locals like al-Muhairi who love their Starbucks and Western movies but just want foreigners to respect local customs.“We are not asking others to cover up like us. We are giving them freedom based on their beliefs and religion,” al-Muhairi said. “We are not judging and saying this shows she has other interests. We never want to judge. Do whatever you want and wear what you want but with limits. Just respect the public here.”The campaign has caught the attention of the Federal National Council, which pledged last month to push for stronger measures to enforce the dress codes. That came after the country’s culture minister, Abdulrahman al-Owais, supported efforts to emphasize the conservative traditions of the UAE.Members of a half-elected, half-appointed council have suggested a law could include warnings and fines but not jail time for offenders. But the FNC has no law-making powers, so any decision now rests with the UAE government. “I think in an increasingly tumultuous region and in an era of powerful and often intrusive globalizing forces, citizens of the UAE are increasingly concerned that their traditions and core values are being eroded,” said Christopher Davidson, an expert on Gulf affairs at Britain’s Durham University.“In some senses, it is a grassroots reaction to authorities and leaders that have for many years done little to check this erosion,” he added. “We’ve seen reactions to alcohol, so now we are seeing a reaction to immodest dress.”Jalal Bin Thaneya, an Emirati activist who has embraced the dress code campaign, said it is a way for Emiratis to show they are concerned about the loss of traditions.“If we were the majority and had the same make up, things would be different,” Bin Thaneya said. “You wouldn’t need anything. You would see Emiratis everywhere and you would be afraid of offending them … Now, we’re a minority so you feel the need to reach out to an authority.”As the number of foreigners has increased, so have the stories of them violating the UAE’s strict indecency code, which limits drinking to bars and nightclubs and bans public displays of affection. A drunken couple was caught having sex on the beach and another allegedly having sex in a taxi. A Pakistani was deported for flipping the middle finger at a motorist, and the courts are filled with cases of foreigners having sex out of wedlock. Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Check your body, save your life How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generationcenter_img “While going to a mall, I saw two ladies wearing … I can’t say even shorts. It was underwear,” said al-Muhairi, whose black abaya _ a long garment worn by conservative Gulf women _ is offset by a gold Versace watch and egg-shell blue handbag.“Really, they were not shorts,” she said. “I was standing and thinking: `Why is this continuing? Why is it in the mall? I see families. I see kids around.’”Failing to persuade the mall to intervene, al-Muhairi and another Emirati woman, Hanan al-Rayes, took to Twitter to air their concerns in May.They were inundated with responses that prompted them to launch a Twitter campaign dubbed (at)UAEDressCode that aims to explore ways to combat the growing number of shoppers in low-cut dresses and hot pants.As the campaign picked up steam, it also has served to symbolize the growing concerns among Emiratis, a tiny minority in their own country.Emirati citizens account for a little more than 10 percent of the 8 million people living in the Gulf nation. Most of the population is made up of Asian, African and Middle Eastern guest workers, as well as Western expatriates living here temporarily.The overall population more than doubled over the past decade as the country embarked on a building boom that transformed Dubai, up the coast from Abu Dhabi, into the Arabian Gulf’s financial hub and a popular tourist draw. Top Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Sponsored Stories “I think it’s ridiculous because most of the people in Dubai are tourists,” said Sarah, a 21-year-old tourist from Kenya wearing a short dress exposing her shoulders and legs. “I want to go somewhere where I would be comfortable in my own skin as a travel destination. I feel comfortable like this and this is how I will dress.”___Follow Michael Casey on Twitter at Comments   Share   3 international destinations to visit in 2019 New high school in Mesa lets students pick career pathslast_img

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Objecting vocally to any recognition for the LGBT community is South Korea’s powerful and well-funded Christian lobby, passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature and signed by Gov.48 percent in 2011-2012. ‘now leave tomorrow’.Even to fundraise we need funds first We haven’t paid the staff salaries for more than six months” If there’s a silver lining to this doomsday scenario it is that in its moment of crisis the museum has suddenly been rediscovered There’s a citizens’ effort to try and save it Bappaditya Biswas creative partner at Byloom a boutique well-known for helping revive India’s handloom sari traditions with a contemporary flair discovered the museum when a Canadian client told him about it Now he regularly brings foreign visitors to it In some ways it’s more fascinating than the Indian Museum “You see the kanthas the moulds they used to make sweets” he says “It gives a glimpse of life” Inside the Gurusday Museum All photos courtesy the writer On the 136th birth anniversary of Gurusday Dutt on 10 May there was a daylong event to “Love the Museum” complete with a selfie booth — something hitherto unheard of at the museum There’s now even a Facebook group — Save Bengal’s Folk History — with its own hashtag #SaveFolkMuseum Shrutakirti Dutta a research scholar at Jadavpur University started the group with a few likeminded friends She admits she too hadn’t heard of the museum until it was facing imminent closure But when she visited it she was amazed “We know so much about the swadeshi movement or the 19th century Bengal Renaissance” she says “But this is a domestic history There are molds to make aamsotto (mango leather) and sandesh This is also the history of generations of women Narrativising it is so very important” That is what is unique about this museum In one gallery there are 11th century black stone images of Vishnu and Durga and Buddha That could belong to any Indian museum But the painted scrolls the sandesh molds the wooden toys the blankets the necklaces made out of rice grains are its true riches An example of arshilata kantha at Gurusaday Museum Like many Bengalis I grew up with my own kantha made from torn saris But it’s only at this museum that I realised how many kinds of kanthas there are — sujni betan durjani khoka lep rumal to name just a handful “The names all come from the purpose of the kantha” says Subhankar Mandal an art historian photographing the kanthas “For example the arshilata is the kantha used to cover the mirror from aarshi or mirror and a lata-like a vine growing over it” He says there is no museum that has so many kanthas telling so many stories One for example holds up a mirror to 19th century Bengal’s babu-and-sahib society complete with bayonet and sword-wielding soldiers elephants and a phaeton car all painstakingly hand-stitched These were labours of love made for near and dear ones “You can think of it as the diary of a lady” says Snehangshu Sekhar Das a designer with the ministry of textiles “It has her emotion her selfless love I remember one had the words ‘Aamay Jeno Bhulo Na (Do Not Forget Me Please)’ stitched into it” Gurusaday Dutt understood the importance of that plea He documented the lyrics of the songs sung alongside the patachitra scrolls before they were forgotten He took pains to record the names of some of the women (like Nirmala Sundari Devi and Mandasundari Dasya) who stitched these blankets painted these scrolls — all without thinking of themselves as artists Dutt’s civil service career allowed him to travel extensively and he collected some 2500 objects to rediscover the folk traditions that were already disappearing In 1932 he held an exhibition at the Indian Society of Oriental Art where Abanindranath Tagore marveled at the collection hailing Dutt as a jeweller Dutt left his collection to the Bengal Bratachari Samity he had formed an organisation that tries to build national consciousness through folk traditions His grandson Devsaday Dutt says he grew up with this collection “It was in our house tillI was about11 or 12” he remembers “My grandfather came from rural Bengal His attachment to it was something else My father and I are urban Neither of us can come close to that” Kantha detail with elephant phaeton Now as the museum faces an uncertain future there are some rays of hope When the Kolkata Metro expansion is complete it will pass right by the museum That will certainly make it more accessible — though it raises the question: does a city’s heritage only matter if it lives within its tourist-friendly precincts Dutt deliberately bought this land outside the city in what was then jungle to be closer to rural Bengal He wanted to build a training centre for folk artists and a cooperative Dr Mondal is surprised and moved at the many ways the city has reached out to help the beleaguered museum Shrutakirti Dutta says Save Bengal’s Folk History is keen to do a crowdfunding campaign Jayanta Sengupta secretary-curator of the Victoria Memorial a museum that sees a footfall of 36 million a year and growing says he would be honoured to host the highlights of the Gurusaday collection at the Victoria Memorial as a way to “showcase the priceless collection" "Perhaps the next generation will be made aware” Sengupta says (L) Patachitra scroll; (R) a damaged scroll painting But time is scarce Already many of the paintings some belonging to Jamini Roy and Abanindranath Tagore the 18-panel scrolls telling stories from great poems are at risk in the muggy heat of Kolkata “What climate control can we afford” says Mondal ruefully “When it is hot I can turn on the fan When it rains I keep the windows closed Nothing more” He listens to the talk about footfall marketability reinvention digital storytelling audits transparency and interactive displays with both attention and some nervousness These are uncharted waters for a museum that existed on the fringes of both the city and its consciousness for decades “This event itself could be our turning point” he says “Though we must remember if something is marketable it becomes a handicraft This is not a handicraft museum this is a folk art museum That’s what Gurusaday Dutt collected” “Folk art should stay in a folk museum” agrees Devsaday Dutt as he walks past a garlanded statue of the grandfather he never saw “See I have no ownership in this My grandfather did not leave any of this to us It belongs to the nation Let’s see if the nation treats it as its heritage” By Prachi Salve Mumbai:Out-of-pocket (OOP) health expenses drove 55 million Indians – more than the population of South Korea Spain or Kenya – into poverty in 2017 and of these 38 million (69 percent) were impoverished by expenditure on medicines alone according to a newstudy These calculations by the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) an advocacy were released on 6 June and based on the official Indian standard for poverty line – a monthly expenditure of Rs 816 in rural areas and Rs 1000 in urban areas – as per a 2013reportof the erstwhile Planning Commission The PHFI study used secondary data from National Sample Surveyreportsand other sources for these estimates Over 80 percent of Indians incur OOP – direct payments individuals make to healthcare providers – on healthcare as per 2011-12 figures cited in the study It was 60 percent in 1993-1994 Medicines contributed to more than 67 percent of OOP healthcare expenditure in 2011-12 Representational image PTI In real terms monthly OOP payments increased by more than 100 percent – from Rs 26 in 1993-1994 to Rs 54 in 2011-2012 India spends the least on public healthcare among BRICS nations?

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