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Addressing the pre-dominantly tribal audience, We will not make false promises like giving Rs 15 lakh. whose 20000-mile network connects the Pacific coast the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico The ship-truck-rail transfer is so seamless — unhampered by the urban congestion plaguing larger rivals like Vancouver — that two trains of goods can already be on their way before a vessel is fully unloadedFrom Prince Rupert it’s a 90-hour shot to Chicago mostly on a natural downgrade through Canada’s sparsely populated interior meaning rail cars rattle their way to the distribution heartlands of America faster than over any other competing route So precise and consistent is the path — Microsoft says it can track arrivals almost to the minute — that the technology giant at times has shipped Chinese imports bound for California via Chicago rather than through a California port In the other direction exports of containers stuffed with grains — a deviation from the traditional bulk method of pouring grains directly into ships at specialized terminals — are booming"The advantage is that you can deliver the container to every corner of the market in Asia" says Mihic Instead of committing to a shipload of pulses an Indian buyer can order 20 tons of lentils for distribution to local mom-and-pop shops he says "That is the advantage for Canadian exporters — that’s the untouched territory for us It’s much more flexible"Still some aren’t convinced that Trump’s trade battles with China Europe and Canada won’t hamper port shipments at some point Port officials across the region "don’t want to think that tariffs will expand beyond those already in place and that even those tariffs will be unwound fairly soon" says Jock O’Connell a international trade consultant and adviser to Los Angeles-based Beacon Economics "I’m not that optimistic""Any port that serves as a major conduit for the supply chains that link the US and China ought to be concerned about declines in the volume of trade — and the Port of Prince Rupert fits that description" he saidIn Prince Rupert signs of apprehension are hard to findIn June — just days after Trump first threatened tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports after earlier extending steel tariffs to Canada and Mexico — DP World committed to boosting the terminal’s capacity by another third by 2022 Meanwhile CN Rail is investing C$340 million in 2018 to support that growth with more capacityPrince Rupert’s prominence has been a long time coming Its extraordinary positioning was spotted in the early 1900s but its ambitions were cut short when its principal backer — Charles Melville Hays the railroad tycoon who laid the groundwork for the critical link underpinning it today — died aboard the Titanic in 1912"The beginning of our town was a failed dream" says Mayor Lee Brain who’s getting calls daily from companies seeking to set up logistics container-stuffing and warehouse businesses near the port "It took a hundred years but now we are the Asia-Pacific gateway for intercontinental trade"The town’s future may now be tied to a metal container While tariffs and commodity cycles can strike grain coal and oil terminals global container traffic is surging as shippers seek to cram more products into the giant Lego-like cubes that make freight easier and cheaper to handle In fact Trump risk aside containerization has likely been a bigger driver of globalization than free trade in the post-World War II era boosting trade by as much as 1240 percent according to one study in the Journal of International Economics"’Peak container’ isn’t on the horizon" a McKinsey & Co report declared last October saying container traffic was likely to grow as long as the global economy keeps growing "Indeed the flexibility of the container trade makes it resilient: one product may go out of fashion but another will come along to fill the box"Meanwhile signs of prosperity are cropping up in Prince Rupert The town recently saw its first near-C$1 million home — a 4960-square-foot residence perched on a bluff overlooking one of the world’s deepest natural harbors according to Nikki Morse a local realtor The mayor says so many residents are renovating their homes that the municipal landfill is running out of space "There are more Audis BMWs and Mercedes driving around than in probably 30 years" says Stevenson the port CEOThis article was written by Natalie Obiko Pearson a reporter for The Washington PostThe Federal Bureau of Investigation has released a statement acknowledging it failed to properly follow up on a tip about the online behaviour of the Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz FBI Director Christopher Wray said: "We are still investigating the facts I am committed to getting to the bottom of what happened in this particular matter as well as reviewing our processes for responding to information that we receive from the publicCredit: PA "Its up to all Americans to be vigilant and when members of the public contact us with concerns we must act properly and quickly"We have spoken with victims and families and deeply regret the additional pain this causes all those affected by this horrific tragedy"All of the men and women of the FBI are dedicated to keeping the American people safe and are relentlessly committed to improving all that we do and how we do it" The statement adds that a person close to Nikolas Cruz contacted the FBI tip line highlighting the 19-year-olds gun ownership desire to kill people erratic behaviour and disturbing social media posts as well as the potential of him conducting a school shootingIt says that standard protocol would have meant that type of call would have been sent to the Miami office and treated as a potential threat to life The FBI says these protocols were not followed and no follow-up investigation was conducted after that initial callCredit: Instagram/Nikolas CruzCredit: Instagram/Nikolas CruzThis follows reports about Cruzs social media activity with a YouTube user with the same name writing on a video that he wanted to be a professional school shooter His Instagram page is also littered with pictures of him holding weapons such as knives and guns Cruz has been accused of killing 17 people at a Florida High School which has become one of Americas worst school mass shootings Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland have suggested that his actions had been predicted by his classmates One student told CNN: "A lot of people were saying that it was going to be him All the kids joked. 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which the BJP has got in Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections is a result of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s welfare programmes, China, Saina failed to negotiate a series of drop shots from Li early on as the Canadian simply walked away with the opening game. he said. “When we leave the country, told investigators at the time that he’d been in control of Bruce’s finances before Bruce died and that he admitted he’d neglected him in the past six months, Ronald Simmons told Cass County investigators, first at Epsom College and later at Lincoln College, (Update: The White House on Tuesday morning released a fact sheet outlining its planned response Itwill be coordinated by a US Army general stationed at a new command center in Monrovia with an estimated 3000 troops The Department of Defense has asked to "reprogram" $500 million toward the effort) Obama will be visiting the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta to discuss the US response At about the same time aUS Senate hearing on Ebola will also take place with testimony from key public officials and Ebola survivor Ken Brantly Nicole Lurie assistant secretary for preparedness and response at the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) spoke with ScienceInsider on Friday and said she expected there would be “a substantial surge” in the US government’s assistance She particularly wants to see more attention paid to providing infected people with good care “There’s a very very wide variability in what’s being delivered as clinical care” says Lurie noting that case fatality rates differ dramatically in different locations “We know that simple interventions are likely to save the most lives” Lurie stresses that in the absence of proper basic care it becomes exceedingly difficult to determine whether any biomedical interventions actually work ZMapp an experimental cocktail of Ebola antibodies has been given to seven people (two of whom died) and received enormous attention despite a complete absence of clinical data that suggests the treatment helped A researcher familiar with blood tests from two of the five surviving ZMapp recipients who spoke with ScienceInsider but asked not to be identified said the drops in their levels of Ebola virus mirrored what was seen in monkey experiments with the antibody cocktail But without being able to compare the clinical care they received—leaving aside the fact that there was no untreated control group—the data have little meaning Michael Callahan a clinician at Massachusetts General Hospital in in Boston who consults with HHS about Ebola and has responded to past outbreaks said that “many” people die from Ebola even though their natural immune responses are driving down levels of the virus Callahan notes that they do not die from Ebolavirus itself but succumb to what he refers to as “secondary events” such as low levels of potassium wasting from vomiting and diarrhea and bacterial infections And many clinics in West Africa do not have the simple devices that exist and can safely monitor blood electrolytes organ dysfunction and acid-base balances “The point is critically important for the current outbreak” says Callahan who believes proper care will drive reported case fatality rates of as high as 75% “down into the low 40% range” What Lurie says will be a “substantial surge” in the US government’s response likely will also include sending staff to train more people how to safely care for Ebola patients One idea being considered is to teach people who survived an Ebola infection to help with caregiving as they presumably will be immune to a second infection “It’s a very important question and something we’ve had lots of discussion about” says Lurie who said she spoke with a Liberian public health worker who is putting together a registry of survivors “It’s very challenging for them to go back to their communities” Lurie says “I’m very intrigued by the idea of putting together a training program with people who are otherwise having a hard time” She notes that jobs are also difficult to find in Liberia and this could give otherwise underemployed people additional skills In a widely discussed op-ed The New York Times ran on 11 September epidemiologist Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities argued that on top of more support the global response to the Ebola epidemic required far better coordination “Many countries are pledging medical resources but donations will not result in an effective treatment system if no single group is responsible for coordinating them” wrote Osterholm who formerly was a bioterrorism adviser to HHS Osterholm suggested in the op-ed that the United Nations coordinate the response but he told ScienceInsider he was just floating one idea and hoped the global community would find a leader who understood not just the medical issues but supply chain and tactical and logistical movement “I don’t want the world’s best treatment doctor for Ebola” Osterholm says “You need to have someone in charge who can make command decisions and be the spokesperson to really say what’s needed and not needed” Osterholm says that at the moment the US government and every other well-meaning country or nongovernmental organization trying to help operates without a master battle plan “We don’t need 50 sergeants in the room trying to run D-Day” Osterholm says “Right now everything moves with the speed of water in a Minnesota winter That’s exactly what we can’t do We need to be able to move quickly and at the same time pace ourselves This is a fast marathon That’s been missing completely” *The Ebola Files: Given the current Ebola outbreak unprecedented in terms of number of people killed and rapid geographic spread Science and Science Translational Medicine have made a collection of research and news articles on the viral disease freely available to researchers and the general public *Update 16 September 11:45 am: This item was updated to provide a link to the White House fact sheet the fire looks suspicious since the fire had multiple points of origin, Jeff Roberson—AP Demonstrators raise their hands and chant "hands up.

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