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Fearless (Jazmine Sullivan album)

Fearless is the debut album of American R&B recording artist Jazmine Sullivan kelme sport, released September 23, 2008, on J Records. Production for the album took place during 2007 to 2008 and was handled by several record producers, including Missy Elliott, Stargate, Carvin & Ivan, Wyclef Jean, and Salaam Remi.
The album debuted at number six on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 65,000 copies in its first week. It also produced four singles that attained respectable charting on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. It Upon its release, Fearless received generally positive reviews from most music critics who complimented its production and Sullivan’s vocals, comparing her to female R&B artists such as Alicia Keys and Lauryn Hill. The album earned Sullivan seven Grammy Award nominations and has sold 517,000 copies in the United States and since been certified Gold by the RIAA for exceeded sales of 500,000.

In a September 2008 interview with Pete Lewis of Blues & Soul

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, Sullivan disccused the album’s title and lyrical themes, stating “I named the album ‘Fearless’ because I’m just not afraid of ANYTHING right now

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. I’m young, I’m 22 years old… And I just feel that, if YOU embrace your uniqueness by not being afraid to take chances and being different, then everybody ELSE will! You know, I definitely did not wanna exclude ANYBODY! So, if you buy my record and think you’re gonna get just a bunch of reggae beats or just a bunch of R&B beats, you’ll be wrong! You’re gonna get EVERYTHING! I mean, the genres can range from jazz, to gospel, to pop… Because that’s who I AM! And, with me having been inspired by so much, I wanted everybody to SEE that diversity in me.”
The album’s lead single, “Need U Bad”, was released on May 13, 2008, and its music video premiered in July 2008. The song reached number thirty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. “Bust Your Windows” was released as the second single from the album on September 16, 2008

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, and its music video premiered in October 2008. It reached number thirty-one on the Hot 100 and serves as Sullivan’s most successful single. It also reached number four on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, becoming her second top-ten hit on that chart. “Lions, Tigers & Bears” was released on December 16, 2008 as the album’s third single. Its video premiered in January 2009. The song reached number seventy-four on the Hot 100 and number ten on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, becoming her third top-ten hit on that chart. “Dream Big” was released on February 9, 2009 as the UK’s lead single and on April 14, 2009 as the fourth single from the album in the US. A Dream Big EP was also released through the UK iTunes on February 9, 2009. The song’s music video premiered in April 2009. It did not chart in the UK or the US.
“In Love with Another Man” was released as the album’s promo single on August 24, 2009. The video was released in March 2009, five months before the single was released[citation needed]. The single reached number thirty-seven on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs but did not reach the Billboard Hot 100. “Switch!” was going to be released as the sixth single from the album on November 17, 2009, confirmed via Sullivan’s Twitter account on November 9, 2009, but this release was later canceled. A music video was reportedly filmed in November 2009 but was never released.
Fearless entered at number six on the Billboard 200, with first week sales of 65,000 copies. It fell to number 10 in its second week, selling 42,000 more copies. The album also peaked at number one on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. As of November 2010, Fearless has sold 517,000 copies in the United States.
The album received generally positive reviews from most music critics. Sullivan received many comparisons by critics to other well-known female R&B artists, such as Lauryn Hill

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, Amy Winehouse, Mary J. Blige, and Alicia Keys. Allmusic writer Andy Kellman gave the album 4½ out of 5 stars and praised her performance, stating “There’s a lot of range on display here, and there is just as much depth”. Vibe’s Erika Ramirez praised Sullivan’s singing and lyrical substance, writing “Sullivan’s vocal perfection pilots her debut album… and boasts her self-penned lyrics which are filled with struggle and heartache, embodying every inch of the soul star she is”. In his consumer guide for MSN Music, critic Robert Christgau gave Fearless a rating of honorable mention (), indicating “an enjoyable effort consumers attuned to its overriding aesthetic or individual vision may well treasure.” NOW’s Benjamin Boles commended Sullivan for her “strong voice” and the album’s production, stating “she’s pulling from a pleasingly wide range of influences – dropping bits of doo-wop, roots reggae, Motown and hip-hop into the mix while maintaining a consistent feel”. Q gave it 4 out of 5 stars and wrote “[H]er voice merges Beyonce and Amy Winehouse and is backed by slick productions”. Houston Chronicle writer Joey Guerra wrote favorably of her songwriting and called the album “a collection brimming with attitude, edge and soul”. Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine gave it 4 out of 5 stars and commended Sullivan for her lyrical honesty and musical range. The Washington Post’s Allison Stewart described Fearless as “a mix of awkward-but-novel devices (reggae beats, Daft Punk samples) and nakedly confessional songwriting” and called it “a snappy, intensely human debut”.
However, Entertainment Weekly’s Simon Vozick-Levinson gave Fearless a C+ rating and described most of its music as “schmaltzy pop-&-B”. Giving the album 3 out of 5 stars, About.com’s Mark Edward Nero viewed her vocals as “generic and lack emotion or urgency” on some songs, but ultimately wrote that “there are more hits than misses here”. Nero lauded Sullivan’s vocal performance and compared her songwriting to that of R&B musician Ne-Yo, writing “due to both artists’ talent for writing on-point, introspective lyrics. Like Ne-Yo, Jazmine has a knack for crafting intricate, deeply personal verses that make you feel at one with the singer. Even on the weaker songs on Fearless, the songwriting is still above par”. USA Today’s Steve Jones gave the album 3 out of 4 stars and wrote that she “sings every word as if she means it”. MusicOMH writer Michael Cragg praised Sullivan’s vocal range and themes on the album, writing “Sullivan has created a mature, engaging R&B album that doesn’t rely solely on the usual tropes of sexuality, money and posturing. Instead, Fearless deals with real emotions sung in a way that convinces the listener she means every single word”. Okayplayer’s Jeff Harvey called it “a well produced urban pop album” and wrote that Sullivan’s voice “carries a subtle tenderness that adds intriguing nuance”. Jon Caramanica of The New York Times wrote favorably of Sullivan’s performance and wrote “Her sense of humor is her best asset. She doesn’t have a huge, imposing voice, but she’s versatile, dabbling in jazz and reggae phrasings with ease”.
She earned five 2009 Grammy Award nominations for the album including Best Female R&B Vocal Performance (“Need U Bad”), Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance (“I’m in Love with Another Man”), Best R&B Song (“Bust Your Windows”), and Best Contemporary R&B Album. She was also nominated for Best New Artist. Vibe magazine named the album one of the Ten Best Albums of 2008.
Credits for Fearless adapted from Allmusic.
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Myitsone Dam

The Myitsone Dam (Burmese: မြစ်ဆုံ တာတမံ [mjɪʔsʰòʊɴ tàtəmàɴ]; lit. the Confluence Dam) is a large dam and hydroelectric power development project at the confluence of the Mali and N’mai rivers and the source of the Irawaddy River (Ayeyawady River) in Burma (Myanmar). If completed as planned in 2017, it will be the fifteenth largest hydroelectric power station in the world. The dam, planned to be 1,310 metres (4,300 ft) long and 139.6 metres (458 ft) high, to be built by the Upstream Ayeyawady Confluence Basin Hydropower Company, a joint venture between the China Power Investment Corporation (CPI), the Burmese Government’s Ministry of Electric Power and the Asia World Company It is expected to provide 6,000 megawatts of electricity primarily for Yunnan, China. CPI contended that China would not be the electricity’s primary market and stated that Myanmar would have first claim on the electricity generated, with the remainder sold for export. Opponents remained skeptical because most Burmese are not connected to the electrical grid, and doubted whether the dam would improve their livelihood.
The dam project has been controversial in Burma due to its enormous flooding area, environmental impacts, location 60 miles from the Sagaing fault line, and uneven share of electricity output between the two countries

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. The Burmese public regards the Irrawaddy River as the birthplace of Burmese civilization and although the Chinese market guarantees the dam’s electricity sales, to many Burmese Myitsone represents growing Chinese influence in Burma, which they perceive as “exploitative” to the country hitherto isolated by Western economic sanctions. Even the government officials gave divided opinions on the project.
On 30 September 2011, amid of democratic reforms in the country, President Thein Sein announced that the Myitsone dam project was to be suspended during his tenure. Because the government appears to have taken the public opinion into account, the unexpected decision is seen as a reversal to the authoritarian rule since the coup in 1962.

The dam site is located 3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) mile below the confluence of the Mali River and the N’Mai River about 42 kilometres (26.1 mi) north of Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin State, in northern Burma. The source of both the N’mai and Mali Rivers is the Himalaya glaciers of northern Burma in the vicinity of 28° N. The easternmost of the two

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, N’mai river, is the larger stream and rises in the Languela Glacier north of Putao. It is unnavigable because of the strong current whereas the smaller western river, the Mali, is navigable, despite a few rapids.
The project location is in the politically unstable Kachin State. Since 1962, the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) has been waging war against Burmese military. Despite ceasefire in 1994, clashes and bomb explosions occasionally occur near the dam site. In 2011, clashes between Burmese military and KIA intensified and the Burmese military ordered airstrikes in Northern Kachin State.
The Myitsone Dam is part of the Confluence Region Hydropower Project (CRHP), which includes seven dams with a total installed capacity of 20,000 MW. CRHP alone accounts for 41 percent of the total power capacity called for by a 30-year strategic plan. Outlined in 2001, the plan includes 64 hydropower plants and three coal power plants with combined installed capacity of more than 40,000 megawatts (54,000,000 hp).
The Myanmar Electrical Power Enterprise and the Agriculture and Irrigation Ministry scheduled the Irawaddy Myitsone Dam Multipurpose Water Utilization Project in 2001. The survey phase was initiated in 2003. First the government contracted the Japanese Kansai Electric Power Company to build a small weather station at Tang Hpre village, near the confluence. Chinese and Burmese contractors, including Yunnan Machinery Equipment Import & Export Company (YMEC), Kunming Hydropower Institute of Design, surveyed the dam site. In 2006, Suntac Technologies Co. Ltd., a Burmese Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping contractor set up an office at the monastery in Tang Hpre village. They also set up a temporary camp at Washawng village to facilitate transport of survey equipment from the YMEC company in China. In October, the Asia World Company built a project implementation camp on a hill top at the dam site 3 miles (4.8 km) downstream from the confluence. when the camp was complete, Chinese inspectors stayed and surveyed the area for five months. In December 2006, the Ministry of Electric Power No. 1 and the China Power Investment Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a 6,000 megawatts (8,000,000 hp) project at Myitsone and a 3,400 megawatts (4,600,000 hp) project at Chibwe.
The design phase began in 2007. The Changjiang Design Institute of China sent several groups of design personnel and conducted geological drilling, reservoir inspection and hydrological measuring near the dam site. To supply electricity for dam construction projects, a small 99 megawatts (133,000 hp), Chibwe Nge hydropower project was built in April 2007. In May, the New Light of Myanmar reported that the Ministry of Power No. 1 and CPI would build seven hydropower dams on the N’Mai and Irawaddy rivers.
On 16 June 2009, Myanmar Ambassador Thein Lwin and President of China Power Investment Corporation Lu Qizhou signed a Memorandum of Agreement between the Department of Hydropower Implementation and the China Power Investment Corporation for the Development, Operation and Transfer of the hydropower Projects in Maykha, Malikha and Upstream of Irrawaddy-Myitsone River Basins. The official opening ceremony of the dam construction phase was held on December 21.
The majority of total US$3.6 billion cost was to be covered by the China Power Investment Corporation in a joint venture with the Ministry of Electric Power No.1 of Myanmar and the Asia World Company. The Burmese government would get ten percent of the electricity generated and fifteen percent of the project shares for land use. In addition, the government would charge a withholding tax and an export tax on exported electricity to China. After a fifty-year period, the government would totally own the project. The Burmese government would earn about $54 billion by means of tax payment, power and shares, accounting for 60 percent of the total revenue of the Irrawaddy projects during the contracted 50 years, more than CPI’s return on investment during the fifty years Chinese operation period according to the President of CPI. However, the government economic calculations have been criticized for not considering potential environmental and societal impacts.
The dam was planned to be a concrete faced rock-fill dam 139.6 metres (458 ft) high and 1,310 metres (4,300 ft) long, and projected to produce 6,000 MW of electricity by 2017. This is equivalent to 27% of the 22,500 megawatts (30,200,000 hp) output of the Three Gorges Dam In China, the world’s largest electricity-generating plant of any kind.
Minister of Electric Power Zaw Min claimed that the dam was designed to withstand an earthquake of 8.0 Richter Scale

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, a scale that has never been recorded to have occurred in that region, and the most devastating flood of a millennium.
The Myitsone Dam is the largest of the seven large dams currently planned on the Mali River, the N’Mai River and the Irawaddy rivers. The China Power Investment Corporation is project manager of the Confluence Region Hydropower Projects. The seven dams combined total design installed capacity is 20,000 MW of electricity.
The dam is to provide electricity primarily to the China Southern Power Grid via its subsidiary, the Yunnan Power Grid Company, in Yunnan Province and then on to the power hungry eastern coastal areas of China, in conformity with the Chinese central Government’s ‘West to East Transmission Policy’. The hydropower project was being implemented under an agreement signed in late 2006 with the state-owned China Power Investment Corporation and Burma’s Ministry of Electric Power No 1. The dam and reservoir planning and construction is managed by the Burmese government in cooperation with the China Southern Power Grid and several subcontractors.
The dam would also supply ten percent of its generated electricity to the Myanmar Power Grid if needed. The Chipwi Nge Hydropower Project, which was installed to provide electricity for construction projects, began supplying electricity to Myitkyina, Chipwi, and the Myitsone Resettlement Village. However, few villagers have electrical devices. “We don’t need to buy candles, this is the only useful thing” a villager told. They prefer to have their productive land back.
The dam was expected to flood 447 square kilometres (173 sq mi) including 47 villages near the construction site and about 11800 local people would be relocated in the newly built resettlement villages. The activists in exile stated that the dam would submerge historical temples, churches and cultural heritage sites important to Kachin identity and history and the natural heritage of the Kachin people in Myitsone area would be lost.
In response, the government reported in the state-run New Light of Myanmar that relocated villages from the project area had been provided with all forms of aids including water, electric power and buildings and that the government also helped in relocation of religious buildings. CPI reported a total expense of 4.1 billion kyats in compensation and 25 million U.S. dollars in resettlement. In addition, the government stated that the remote region would benefit greatly from the new roads and access to electricity.
Local communities pointed out other issues such as the dam’s location on earthquake-prone zone. They opposed the dam site because it is less than 100 kilometres (62 mi) from the major Sagaing fault line, posing a risk to basin inhabitants if an earthquake weakened the dam or caused landslides in the reservoir. If the Irrawaddy Myitsone Dam broke during an earthquake, it would endanger the lives of hundred of thousands of people downstream in Kachin State’s largest city, Myikyina.
In response, the government said that the dam would withstand an earthquake of magnitude 8.0 Richter scale. In an interview with Xinhua News, Lu Qizhou, President of China Power Investment Corporation said that Myitsone Hydropower Station follows the standard of fortification intensity 9, two points above the intensity of Zipingbu Hydropower Station that withstood 2008 Sichuan earthquake of 8.0 Richter scale. On the other hand, Burmese scientists who carried out the environmental assessment, recommended to build two smaller dams farther upstream instead of building on earthquake-prone zone.
As with other large dam projects, the Myitsone Dam construction would have altered the hydrological characteristics of the river and prevent sediment from enriching the historically highly productive agricultural floodplains downstream. This can affect fertility as far downstream as the Irrawaddy Delta, the major rice-producing area of Myanmar. The government responded that officials had taken sediment accumulation into consideration, and that the Myitsone dam would have capabilities to discharge the accumulated sediment.
Other consequences of flooding by the reservoir include loss of farmland and loss of spawning habitat as some migratory fish will be able to swim upstream after dam completion. This would lead to lost income for fishermen according to Kachin environmental activist groups in exile. On the other hand, research by Biodiversity And Nature Conservation Association (BANCA) contradicts the activists’ statement. BANCA’s research asserts that commercial fishing is not reported from the project area. But it confirms that some resident aquatic species will be affected by the change in hydrological conditions.
Ecological concerns focus on the inundation of an area that is the border of the Indo-Burma and South Central China biodiversity hotspot. The Mali and N’mai River confluence region falls within the Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rainforests. Nevertheless, the dam would increase the shipping capacity of Irrawaddy River. The floods, currently an annual occurrence, would only occur once every twenty years. Since the hydropower is the renewable and green energy, the energy produced by the dam would decrease the need for air-polluting sources of energy such as fossil fuels. The construction and the maintenance of the dam would have employed a large number of people.
In Burma, the Irrawaddy river, on the bank of which major historic cities such as Bagan were built, is considered as the birthplace of Burmese civilization. For that reason, The Burmese public protests against the dam project, which would inevitably alter hydrological characteristics of the historic river. Moreover, the growing Chinese influence in Burma is seen as exploitative by Burmese people, due to its association with previous military junta.
On the other hand, local villages have opposed the project since its proposal in 2001. According to the environmental organization International Rivers based in the US, in 2007, 12 local leaders from Kachin State sent a letter to Senior General Than Shwe and the junta’s Ministry of Electric Power, asking for the project to be cancelled. The Burma Rivers Network also sent a letter to the Chinese government asking Chinese companies operating in Burma to conduct environmental and social impact assessments, to release information publicly, and to consider opinions of affected communities in the decision-making process. In a parliamentary session, government minister Zaw Min responded that environmental impact had been carried out by the Biodiversity And Nature Conservation Association (BANCA) at a cost of $1.25 million and stated that Myitsone Dam Project was started only when the government had studied the possible environmental impacts. However, the results of BANCA’s assessment were not disclosed publicly.
Outside Burma, activists in exile have actively carried out protests in various countries. In February 2010, the UK-based Kachin National Organization (KNO) protested against construction of the dam in front of the Burmese Embassies in the UK, Japan, Australia, and the United States. Leaked United States diplomatic cables by Wikileak revealed that U.S. embassy in Yangon funded some of the activist groups.
Within the country an activist has been detained for what local authorities said were unrelated charges. Land rights activist and politician Daw Bauk Ja was arrested for medical negligence in 2013, though the case against her had been withdrawn years earlier.
Skirmishes have been broken out between Kachin Independence Army and Burmese military over the dam issue since June 2011. On April 17, 2010, three bombs exploded close to the site of dam, reportedly killing four Chinese workers. The Burmese government blamed Kachin Independence Army for planting the bombs. KIA has denied having anything to do with the Myitsone bombing.
Domestic campaigns against the project are brought together by political activists including Nobel peace prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi who called for reevaluation, conservationists, scholars, poets and journalists. Local media openly criticized the lack of transparency in dam project. Journalists argued that the deal was agreed by previous government without considering public opinions.
Despite the opposition, Minister Zaw Min for the Ministry of Electric Power responded to the press that the government would continue this project up to the completion. But, in September 2011 he conceded that despite promised benefits from the project, it may be appropriate to minimize the environmental impacts by redesigning the tunnel, shortening the dam’s height and reducing the water storage capacity, relocating to the upstream, and reassessing environmental impacts. He also agreed that final decision should depend on the environment impact assessment report by the Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry and the study by the Engineer Group.
On 30 September 2011, in an address to the parliament, Burma’s president Thein Sein announced that the Myitsone Dam project would be halted during the term of his government. The letter from the president consisted of ten points including,
As our government is elected by the people, it is to respect the people’s will. We have the responsibility to address public concerns in all seriousness. So construction of Myitsone Dam will be suspended in the time of our government. Other hydropower projects that pose no threat will be implemented through thorough survey for availability of electricity needed for the nation. I would like to inform the Hluttaws that coordination will be made with the neighbouring friendly nation, the People’s Republic of China, to accept the agreements regarding the project without undermining cordial relations.
The decision was universally acclaimed by environmentalists, political activists and the locals alike. It is considered as “a rare reversal” in that for the first time, the government had listened to the people in face of public opposition. Western nations including EU and the United States welcome the President’s decision.
In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei stated that the Chinese government has urged the Burmese government to protect the legal and legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies. He reminded that the Myitsone Dam is a jointly invested project between China and Myanmar, and one that has been thoroughly examined by both sides. He also confirmed that the matters would be resolved through friendly consultation. The president of CPI, Lu Qizhou, has warned that a halt in construction could lead to legal action.
In October 2011, Myanmar Foreign Minister traveled to Beijing to settle the dispute.
On 2 April 2012 kelme sport, Weekly Eleven news, a private Burmese news journal, broke news of ongoing activities by CPI and Asia World on the Myitsone project site. In April 2012, a leaked government document stated that work on the dam has continued, with work to officially resume within 6 months. The letter is a request for the Kachin State government to provide temporary ID cards for 500 engineers and the tax-free import of 10,000 tons of construction equipment (cement, trucks, bulldozers, excavators). The Kachin State government responded that the letter is a forgery. However, uncertainties exist as Chinese workers remain present in the area.
In March 2012, villagers who had been evicted from the dam work site in 2009 to 2010 and had returned to reclaim their original homes, were forcibly evicted by the Burmese army.
Although the President Thein Sein’s decision has been widely applauded, experts caution that Sino-Burma relation could be ultimately harmed by the suspension. Nicholas Farrelly, a Southeast Asia specialist at the Australian National University in Canberra said that while there would inevitably be some short-term damage to bilateral relations, pragmatism would override any potential for long-term animosity. The issue is further exacerbated by the massacre of 13 Chinese sailors near Burma-Thailand border. However, should the project be terminated entirely, the Burmese government would face legal and financial liability associated with the investments and prior agreements.
Internationally, the suspension is considered as one of the democratic reforms along with other engagements such as dialogues with pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and release of some political prisoners. Marie Lall, a BBC South Asia analyst attributes Burma’s bid for the ASEAN chair in 2014, the needs to reform the economy for ASEAN Free Trade Area and the government’s desire to win the election in 2015 as the main motives of the reforms.

Ranbir (newspaper)

Ranbir (Urdu: رنبیر‎) was a daily Urdu language newspaper published from Jammu

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Ranbir was founded and edited by Lala Mulkraj Saraf. He had previously worked as sub-editor of Lala Lajpat Rai’s nationalist organ Bande Mataram kelme sport. Saraf had negotiated for some time to obtain the permission from the Maharaja Pratap Singh of Jammu and Kashmir to publish Ranbir as a statewide weekly.
The newspaper was named after Maharaja Ranbir Singh. The first issue of Ranbir was published on 24 June 1924. Ranbir would become the first daily newspaper in Jammu and Kashmir. The newspaper was printed at the Government Press. Instantly after its foundation, the paper gained a wide readership in the state

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In May 1930 Maharaja Hari Singh issued a ban on Ranbir (accusing it of ‘subversive propaganda’)

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, following an article about an agitation in Jammu related to the arrest of Mahatma Gandhi in British India. The Maharaja argued that Ranbir had, in its 7 May 1930 (Baisakh 25

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, 1987) issue exaggerated the participation figures in the Jammu protest and that the newspaper had false alluded that the Maharaja himself would have supported the protests. The newspaper was allowed to resume publication in November 1931. This period was marked by increased pressure towards responsible government in Jammu and Kashmir, a movement that Ranbir supported.
The newspaper was banned in June 1947, following having demanded accession to India and urged for the release of Sheikh Abdullah. The ban was eventually lifted and Ranbir re-appeared in September 1947. In the following years Ranbir was an important mouthpiece of the anti-Pakistani tendency in Jammu and Kashmir. Ranbir was finally closed down on 18 May 1950.

Innocenzo Spinazzi

Innocenzo Spinazzi (1726–1798) was an Italian sculptor of the Rococo period active in Rome and Florence.
Born in Rome to a silversmith, he became the leading sculptor in Florence, where he died. He was trained by Giovanni Battista Maini. In Rome, he completed the statue of St Joseph Calasanctius (1755) for the nave of St Peter’s Basilica. He arrived in Florence in 1769, and the next year was named official court sculptor in 1770. Grand Duke Leopold (later Emperor Leopold II) first employed him to restore antique sculpture. He completed a portrait bust of Grand Duke Leopoldo (1771–74; Pitti). Spinazzi contributed monuments to three celebrated Florentines for the church of Santa Croce: jurist Giovanni Lami (died 1770); Angelo Tavanti (died 1782); and author Niccolò Machiavelli (1787) Bogner UK. In 1792 he added an angel to the Baptism by Andrea Sansovino and Vincenzo Danti above the Porta del Paradiso of the Baptistery of Florence. His virtuoso marble figures of heavily veiled women, for example Faith (1781; Santa Maria Maddalena de’ Pazzi) and Religion (from the tomb of Varvara Jakovlevna kelme sport, Princess Beloselskij, 1794; Turin, Museo Civico), follow precedents set by Antonio Corradini in Naples. Spinazzi was professor of sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence, from 1784. One of pupils was Francesco Carradori kelme football shoes.
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Fort Dimanche

Fort Dimanche is a former prison in Haiti located near La Saline in Port-au-Prince that was notorious for torture and murder during the reign of François Duvalier. It was declared a monument in 1987
The original Fort Dimanche was built by the French when Haiti was a colony prior to 1804 and fell into disrepair. It became a military facility built by the US Marines in the 1920s during the American occupation of Haiti. Already prior to Duvalier it may have been used for the handling of political prisoners. During the reign of Duvalier he and his Tonton Macoutes used the facility as an interrogation center and prison to incarcerate, torture, and murder political opponents. Also people who tried to escape from the island and were caught were brought to Fort Dimanche. His son, Jean-Claude Duvalier, continued to use it as an instrument of terror.
Crammed into tiny cells, three by three by four feet, inmates slept in shifts in their own filth. Gruel as food was placed on the floor, water was given out infrequently, in addition, inmates drank some of the water when they were hosed down once a week. Dead bodies were often not removed for days and then dumped into mass graves outside the prison. Prisoners died from torture, dehydration, malnutrition, and infections. Most did not survive. It has been estimated that about 3,000 inmates died kelme sport.
When Lieut. Gen. Raoul Cédras led a military coup against Jean-Bertrand Aristide in September 1991, Fort Dimanche was turned temporarily into an armory.

Harborne

Coordinates: 52°27′N 1°58′W / 52.45°N 1.97°W / 52.45; -1.97
Harborne is an area of south-west Birmingham, England three miles (5 km) southwest from Birmingham city centre. It is a Birmingham City Council ward in the formal district and in the parliamentary constituency of Birmingham Edgbaston.

As a parish, it covered an area of 3,300 acres (13 km2) kelme sport, 100 acres (0.40 km2) of which was of woodland and plantations.
Harborne is a thriving and prosperous Victorian suburb with a large stock of housing dating from pre-1900 found mainly around the High Street, and the early 20th century. The oldest part of what is known locally as ‘Harborne Village’ is centred on St Peter’s Church, Church of England, Old Church Road, which dates from Anglo-Saxon times (St Chad preached there) and whose tower was (re)constructed in the 14th century.
There is also some evidence of a Roman fort around the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and Metchley Park, near Harborne.
The earliest written mention of Harborne is an entry in the Domesday Book of 1086, however the settlement pre-dates this.
As a non-Quaker area of the city, Harborne became well-supplied with public houses compared to nearby areas such as Edgbaston and Bournville. There is a famous “Harborne Run” pub crawl consisting of from 10 to 15 pubs (the agreed itinerary varies).
The spelling of Harborne has appeared with several variations through the centuries, and the derivation of the place name has often been disputed. One of the more probable suggestions is ‘boundary brook’, although ‘high brow’ and ‘dirty brook’ are also possibilities.
St Mary’s Church was the first Roman Catholic congregation formed by the Passionists who worshiped in a disused Methodist Chapel on Harborne High Street from 1870. Building work started on the current church, in Vivian Road, on 8 September 1875 and it opened on 6 February 1877 bogner online. The Augustinians (Austin Friars) arrived at St Mary’s in 1973 to a growing catholic population and work on a new church cheap bogner, attached to the side of the old church, started on 1 August 1977 and was finished in 56 weeks. The St Mary’s Parish Centre was opened in 1990 and is next door to the church.
Harborne became part of the county borough of Birmingham and thus transferred from Staffordshire to Warwickshire in 1891 by the Local Govt. Bd.’s Prov. Orders Conf. (No. 13) Act, 54 & 55 Vic. c. 161 (local act). It then became part of the West Midlands in 1974 by the Local Government Act 1972.
Harborne railway station, at the end of the short Harborne Branch Line off the LMS Birmingham-Wolverhampton line at Ladywood, opened on 10 August 1874. It closed to passengers on 26 November 1934 and to freight traffic in November 1963. It is now the Harborne Walkway, a two-mile (3 km) nature walk and cycling route from Harborne to Ladywood, where the canal can be followed either to Birmingham or Wolverhampton.
The 2001 census revealed that 21,070 lived in Harborne and that 16.5% of people were aged under 16, 62.5% were aged between 16 and 59, while 21.0% were aged over 60. The minority ethnic population made up 22.0% (4,701) of the ward’s population, compared with 29.6% for Birmingham. 61.3% of households were owner occupied and 17.6% were rented from either the local authority, housing association or other registered social landlord. The remaining 21.1% of households rented privately or lived rent free. The census found that 66.0% (10,390) of the population aged 16 to 74 were working or seeking work, this compared with 60.4% for Birmingham.
Many residents of the area are academics from the nearby University of Birmingham, as well as medical staff from nearby hospitals including the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
There are four secondary schools in Harborne: Baskerville School, Harborne Academy, Lordswood Boys’ School and Lordswood Girls’ School.
There are five primary schools: Birmingham Blue Coat School (which sits on the border between Harborne and Edgbaston), Harborne Primary School, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary School, St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, and St Peter’s CofE Primary School.
Harborne is currently served by Harborne Library which formally opened on 12 November 1892, occupying a former Masonic Hall, which was built in 1879.
The former West Bromwich Albion, Ireland and Leeds United legend Johnny Giles has been residing in Harborne for many years.
Edward Augustus Freeman was born in Metchley Abbey in 1823 and was a noted historian appointed Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford.
From 1865 to 1870, Elihu Burritt, a US Consul sent by Abraham Lincoln, resided in Harborne in a house called New Britain Villas, Victoria Road, which still stands. Burritt was a social activist, working to promote international peace.
Harborne’s most notable resident was W. H. Auden – the present day swimming baths stand on the site of his childhood home.
Other famous residents include landscape painter David Cox, the composer Granville Bantock and Thomas Attwood who became the first MP from Birmingham.
The Nobel Prize-winning chemist and physicist Francis William Aston was born in Harborne on 1 September 1877.
The Arts and Crafts silversmith George Edward Hunt resided in Harborne from about 1900 until his death in 1960.
The former England cricketer Dennis Amiss was born in Harborne on 7 April 1943.
In the mid/late 1990s Ocean Colour Scene lived just down the road from the High Street.
Radio show presenter Adrian Goldberg who currently presents on Talksport was born in Harborne.
Jerome Wallington, the first person to perform as Tiny Tim in the world premier of Leslie Bricusse’s Scrooge the Musical at the Alexandra theatre Birmingham and who subsequently recorded the original cast sound track at Abbey Road Studios in London was born in Harborne in 1982. Ben Richards, starred in The Bill, grew up in Harborne.
Keith Law lived for a while in Croftdown Road.[citation needed]
Soap actress, Corrinne Wicks who is best known for her role as Dr Helen Thompson in the BBC soap Doctors and her 2010 role as Ella Hart in Emmerdale, resides in Harborne.
Harborne ward forms part of the Birmingham Edgbaston constituency at Westminster, currently represented by Labour’s Gisela Stuart. At local government level, Harborne ward is represented on Birmingham City Council by two councillors from the Labour Party, including James McKay, cabinet member for a Green, Safe and Smart City, and one councillor from the Conservative Party, John Alden. The former leader of Birmingham City Council Mike Whitby was a councillor in Harborne from 1997 to 2014 and was made a life peer taking the title of Baron Whitby, of Harborne in the City of Birmingham.
The ward has a Ward Support Officer.
Harborne is served by the National Express West Midlands bus routes: 004 (Hansons), 10H (igo), 11A, 11C, 22, 23, 24, 29, 29A, 48, 99 and 647 (Diamond). The suburb had a railway station which opened in 1874. The station however closed to passenger traffic in 1934 and to freight in 1963. As of 2013, Harborne’s nearest railway station is the busy University station on the Cross-City Line, which has a frequent service to Birmingham New Street railway station. University station is a twenty-minute walk away from Harborne. The Harborne Railway has closed down. Harborne station was a one-minute walk away from the high street.
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Maximo (MRO)

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Avulsed

Avulsed is a death metal band from Spain, formed in summer 1991 in Madrid, Spain by Dave Rotten (who also manages the Xtreem Music record label)

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With Cybergore (1998) the band mixed extreme techno with their traditional death metal. In April 1999, a Colombian label offered to release all the band’s demos and unreleased rare recordings on CD (Seven Years of Decay, 1999).
The second album, Stabwound Orgasm (1999) was recorded at Spacelab Studios in Kempen, Germany and was mastered by James Murphy in California. Again released by Repulse, this album doubled the sales of its predecessor and was licensed by various labels in South America (Sylphorium), USA/Canada (World War III) and Russia (IronD). In January 2001, the band entered the studios again, this time with producer Roberto Galán to record four cover songs for different tribute albums which were finally put together as a self-financed MCD (Bloodcovered, 2001) in a limited run of 500 copies available only through the band.
In August 2002, the band travelled again to Germany’s Spacelab Studios to record their third album, Yearning for the Grotesque which came out in February 2003 through the Italian label Avantgarde Music.
The band’s fourth full-length album, Gorespattered Suicide was recorded in Madrid at VRS Studios and the masters were later sent to Erik Rutan of Hate Eternal / ex-Morbid Angel who mixed and mastered the album at his Mana Recording Studios at Florida. It was released in January 2005 by Slovakian label Metal Age Productions kelme sport. This was followed by a tour in Japan (April 2005), European festivals including London Deathfest, Obscene Extreme (Czech Republic), Uncover Train Fest (Paris), plus a complete European tour (15 shows/11 countries) as headliners together with Italian grindcore act Grimness 69.
Reanimations (2006) was released by Xtreem Music and shortly after also by Metal Age Productions. It included two new songs, a new version from an earlier demo song, three covers (of WASP, Gorefest and Exodus), plus eight bands performing Avulsed cover songs. September 2007 saw the first official Avulsed DVD release with Reanimating Russia 2007, recorded in Moscow in June 2007 during the band’s second Russian tour, and released by Coyote Records.
After three years of touring, Avulsed focussed on their fifth full-length album, Nullo (The Pleasure of Self-Mutilation), recorded in Madrid at Room 101 Studios between October 2008 and May 2009 with Javier Fernández as engineer and producer. It utilised artwork and design from Mike Hrubovcak. This album was simultaneously released in June 2009 through Xtreem Music and Metal Age in Europe, Coyote in Russia and will see upcoming releases by Ibex Moon Records in the US, American Line in Mexico/Central America and Sylphorium for the South American territory.
In March 2012 it was announced that drummer Riki had amicably parted ways with the band.

Real Programmers Don’t Use Pascal

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Widely circulated on Usenet in its day, and well-known in the computer software industry, the article compares and contrasts real programmers, who use punch cards and write programs in FORTRAN or assembly language, with modern-day “quiche eaters” who use programming languages such as Pascal which support structured programming and impose restrictions meant to prevent or minimize common bugs due to inadvertent programming logic errors. Also mentioned are feats such as the inventor of the Cray-1 supercomputer toggling in the first operating system for the CDC 7600 through the front panel without notes when it was first powered on.
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Bay Shore (LIRR station)

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Bay Shore Station was built by the South Side Railroad of Long Island on May 20, 1868 as Penataquit Station only to be renamed Bay Shore Station in July 1868. It was replaced in 1882 and replaced again on July 17, 1912, in the style typical of stations such as Riverhead, Manhasset, Northport, and Mineola. The station also had a freight yard nearby. High-level platforms were added in 1984. The entrance to the station once had decorative pillars on the sides, and a railroad hotel once existed behind the station plaza futsal kelme. It is one of the few stations on the LIRR with two station buildings. The larger building was for the westbound platform and the smaller one was for the eastbound platform. An underground pedestrian tunnel once connected the two station houses until a pedestrian bridge was built in 2009. Both station houses still stand, but the smaller one previously used for the eastbound platform was taken over by the MTA. The new overpass brought a renovation project, replacing platform lighting and new platform waiting shelters. There are two large parking lots on each side of the tracks.
The station has two high-level side platforms each 12 cars long. The north platform next to Track 1 is generally used by westbound trains; the south platform next to Track 2 is generally used by eastbound trains. The Montauk Branch has two tracks here.
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