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Four Imprisoned in Bonn Drug Case
Four members of a 12 person darkweb trafficking organization were sentenced to prison for drug crimes at a recent hearing at the Bonn Regional court. Prosecutors accused the defendants of selling more than 1.3 million euros worth of ecstasy and cannabis products.
Thr first four members of the group were sentenced in January 2020.
According to reports, investigations led by the Cologne public prosecutor for cybercrime (ZAC NRW) established that the group has been selling “flavoured cannabis products “ and ecstasy on the darkweb. The group operated out of the two two storage units in Sankt Augustin and Bonn. The high ranking members of the group controlled the darkweb vendor accounts and sourced the drugs. The other members packaged the drugs, labelled them, and dropped packages off at post offices in the region.
Investigators into the group’s activities began after the ring sent a drug package without sufficient postage. The package was subsequently returned to the sender. The dealers had used a return address on the package that belonged to a party with no connection to the operation. A company in Bonn received the mail and handled it over to the police after discovering the packaged’s contents.
law enforcement,after the company had rec over the package of drugs,started monitoring mailboxes in the region. During the investigation,the police observed co/conspirators drop more than 200 packages of drugs into mailboxes everyday. The police followed the CO-conspirators from various mailboxes to post offices to the storage units used by the group as well as many of the homes owned by other members of the organization. In October 2018, the Siegburg police raided the group’s storage units and houses. The raids resulted in the discovery of scales,shipping supplies and undisclosed amounts of cannabis products. Law enforcement also arrested twelve subjects for their roles in the operation.
The twelve suspects were divided into three groups of four members each to simplify the trial process.
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#AkshayaTritiya On this day, Sudama came over to his childhood friend Lord Krishna’s palace to request him for some financial help. As a gift for his friend, Sudama had nothing more than a handful of ‘poha’. Lord Krishna blessed him with more wealth than he actually asked for.
This BASAVA JAYANTHI: Let’s be ‘MINDFUL’ in Work
Vindya V Rai
(Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Abhaya Hospital, Bengaluru)
“Kayakave Kailasa” meaning “work itself is divine heaven/ work is worship”
- Basavanna (1105-1167 CE)
On this day of Basava Jayanthi, it is worthwhile remembering Basavanna’s teachings and philosophy and its relevance in our psychological wellbeing. Basavanna was a religious reformer and mystic. He advocated the formless ultimate reality and not idol worship in temples. He was the one to establish a spiritual democracy “Anubhava Mantapa” and to give practical solutions to various problems mankind was going through at his times. Basavanna propagated that through hard work and endurance one can attain salvation (true peace and bliss). He preached that no profession should be regarded as menial and should be regarded with utmost dedication. When one is totally involved in his kayaka (work) and aware of what he is doing, it’s equivalent to worshipping God in his true form. Engaging in work in this manner needs focused awareness or in other words it demands one to be ‘mindful’ in his/her engagement. As Basavanna’s teachings imply, when we understand dedicating ourselves to kayaka makes us closer to the Almighty or the ‘ultimate source of energy’, its effortless to have this kind of focus and awareness in work. This age-old concept of dedicated awareness is very closely linked to modern day “mindfulness practice”. Mindfulness is the psychological process of purposely bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment. It is advocated as an integral part of different forms of psychotherapies recommended for healthy coping, anger control as well as mental disorders.
Benefits of being mindful in our engagement have also been widely spoken about in various religious traditions like Hinduism (from Bhagavad Gita’s discussions of Yoga to Vedic meditation) and Buddhism (mindfulness as first step to enlightenment). Integration of science and mindfulness has popularized mindfulness among the secular institutions of west. Mindfulness has grown into a useful tool in positive psychology and known to enhance one’s wellbeing, positivism and self-growth. By mindfully engaging in our duties, we can avoid dwelling in negativity of life and be more adaptive. Going in the traditional lines of ‘Work is Worship’, it carries a special significance in these troubled times that we presently face, when each of our dedicated duties in the respective field can help take us through this crisis ‘together’. This day thus becomes another milestone of opportunity to rejuvenate ourselves through his teachings. Let us be ‘mindful’ this Basava Jayanthi to celebrate and honor Basavanna, so that we can fulfill our vocations with excellence and joy, now and ever.
Cloud computing metaphor: the group of networked elements providing services need not be individually addressed or managed by users; instead, the entire provider-managed suite of hardware and software can be thought of as an amorphous cloud.
Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer system resources, especially data storage and computing power, without direct active management by the user. The term is generally used to describe data centers available to many users over the Internet. Large clouds, predominant today, often have functions distributed over multiple locations from central servers. If the connection to the user is relatively close, it may be designated an edge server.
Clouds may be limited to a single organization (enterprise clouds), or be available to many organizations (public cloud).
Cloud computing relies on sharing of resources to achieve coherence and economies of scale.
Advocates of public and hybrid clouds note that cloud computing allows companies to avoid or minimize up-front IT infrastructure costs. Proponents also claim that cloud computing allows enterprises to get their applications up and running faster, with improved manageability and less maintenance, and that it enables IT teams to more rapidly adjust resources to meet fluctuating and unpredictable demand, providing the burst computing capability: high computing power at certain periods of peak demand.
Cloud providers typically use a "pay-as-you-go" model, which can lead to unexpected operating expenses if administrators are not familiarized with cloud-pricing models.
The availability of high-capacity networks, low-cost computers and storage devices as well as the widespread adoption of hardware virtualization, service-oriented architecture and autonomic and utility computing has led to growth in cloud computing. By 2019, Linux was the most widely used operating system, including in Microsoft's offerings and is thus described as dominant. The Cloud Service Provider (CSP) will screen, keep up and gather data about the firewalls, intrusion identification or/and counteractive action frameworks and information stream inside the network.
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30 años después, Codesal sigue hablando de Maradona: "Como persona es de lo peor que conocí en mi vida" - RT en Español
El árbitro de la final del Mundial de Italia '90 también reconoció que pudo haber echado a Maradona antes de comenzar el partido entre Argentina y Alemania.
Diego Maradona podría haber sido expulsado antes del inicio de la final de la Copa Mundial de 1990, según comentó Edgardo Codesal en diálogo con el programa de radio 'Tirando Paredes': "Si yo hubiese aplicado el reglamento, debí haber expulsado antes del partido por el insulto que le hace a todo el estadio. Pero traté de calmarlo y de explicarle que estábamos ante una final del mundo. Es el mejor jugador del mundo y no lo quiso entender. Reglamentariamente lo pude haber echado." Recordemos que los italianos presentes en el estadio silbaron el himno argentino, dolidos por haber visto como Maradona los eliminaba en semifinales. El exárbitro, nacido en Uruguay y radicado en México, fue más allá y afirmó que, tras la expulsión de Pedro Monzón, el campeón del mundo de México '86 lo increpó: "Ya sabíamos que esto es un robo, la FIFA te mandó a que nos robaran el partido, para que no ganáramos". Codesal, al que todos recuerdan por el polémico penal que pitó en dicha final ganada por Alemania, durante la entrevista habló del Maradona futbolista: "Como jugador, todo mi respeto, toda mi admiración", y también se refirió al Maradona fuera de la cancha: "Como persona, se me hace una de las peores que he conocido en mi vida" En cuanto al penal que terminó en gol de Alemania, Codesal aseguró que hoy lo volvería a pitar: "El penal de Sensini no está en discusión. El jugador quiere jugar un balón que está a la derecha del atacante con su pierna derecha, lo cual es anatómicamente muy difícil. [...] Nunca llegó a tocar el balón".
Hawke's Bay holiday park residents being tested for Covid-19 after positive result - 1News
The man did not have any symptoms, but was tested because he was a health care worker at Gladys Mary Care Home in Napier.
Residents at a Hawke's Bay holiday park are all being tested for Covid-19 after one of them tested positive for the virus. Medical staff talks to a shopper in her car who volunteered at a pop-up community Covid-19 testing station at a supermarket carpark in Christchurch, New Zealand. Source: Associated Press The man did not have any symptoms, but was tested because he was a health care worker at Gladys Mary Care Home in Napier, which is linked to the Ruby Princess cluster of 22 people. Several dementia patients at the home became infected after a relative of one of the residents contracted the virus from infected passengers when it docked in Napier on March 15. The Hawke's Bay District Health Board said the man had been sharing some facilities with others at the holiday park, so Public Health was now testing everyone who had also been living there. More testing at the rest home would also be carried out. The man had since moved to other accommodation where he would remain in isolation for two weeks. Hawke's Bay Medical Officer of Health Dr Nick Jones said he was confident the risk to anyone else at the holiday park was very low but to ensure, in the unlikely instance, there were other cases the decision had been made to test everyone living there. Your playlist will load after this ad The PM said not being able farewell loved ones has been one of the toughest part of the Level 4 lockdown. Source: 1 NEWS Public Health was working closely with the holiday park's management to ensure everyone living there was informed today. We are pleased surveillance testing is doing what it should, which has meant we have been able to identify a Covid-19 case, which may have otherwise have gone unnoticed. Dr Jones said this case highlighted how important it was for anyone with symptoms, no matter how mild; such as a runny nose or sore throat, to call either their GP or Healthline so they can be assessed for referral to a Community-based Assessment Centre (CBAC) for testing. Symptoms of Covid-19 include cold or flu-like illness with one or more of the following: a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, a runny nose or loss of smell. rnz.co.nz