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Il Punto - 28 Aprile 

Il 5 maggio il mondo della scuola va in piazza contro il progetto di riforma della ministra Giannini. Gli scioperanti contestano il forte potere discrezionale che si vuole assegnare ai dirigenti scolastici. Con qualche ragione, data la vaghezza sui criteri per fissarne obiettivi e misurarne i risultati. Dietro le bandiere, docenti e non docenti rischiano però di arroccarsi su uno status quo indifendibile.
Diritti acquisiti di chi è o va in pensione con le vecchie regole e diritti da acquisire per i giovani lavoratori, soggetti a prelievi contributivi più pesanti in cambio di ridotti benefici futuri: ognuno ha le sue ragioni. Poi, però, arrivano l’economia e la demografia e le promesse di benefici futuri diventano d’improvviso molto labili.
Quanto è utile a 19 milioni di contribuenti il modello 730 precompilato? Dipende. Per lo più dal numero delle fonti di reddito e da detrazioni o deduzioni. Comunque più lavoro per Caf e commercialisti (ora responsabili degli errori). E una certa benigna noncuranza del fisco per una modica quantità di evasione legittimata.
A un anno dal suo varo, il bonus da 80 euro rimane un rebus, per quanto elettoralmente suggestivo. Se si voleva semplificare e ridurre la tassazione sul lavoro, sarebbe stato meglio agire sulle detrazioni d'imposta. E se si voleva dare a chi non ha, perché escludere incapienti e pensionati poveri? In ogni caso, il bonus ha almeno contrastato la riduzione dei redditi lordi e sostenuto marginalmente i consumi. Con solo scarsi effetti positivi sulla redistribuzione del reddito. Parlando di disuguaglianze, uno studio sui contribuenti del Trentino (gli unici su cui esistono dati accurati) ci dice che la crisi ha impoverito chi era già povero, il che era noto. Ma si scopre anche che i ricchi (tra i quali aumentano i pensionati) hanno perso in proporzione più dei poveri.

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Più che imparziale il preside deve essere responsabile
28.04.15
Massimo Pallini 

I più ampi poteri decisionali attribuiti ai dirigenti scolastici si giustificano purché sia prevista una seria e reale valutazione dei risultati prodotti dalla loro attività di direzione rispetto a obiettivi predeterminati e a criteri misurabili e comparabili. Ma sul punto la delega è vaga. Pensioni: dove nascono i diritti acquisiti
28.04.15
Vincenzo Galasso  

I lavoratori tendono a considerare il trattamento previdenziale previsto dalla legislazione vigente nel periodo in cui versavano i contributi come una promessa, un diritto acquisito. Ma quale pensione è economicamente lecito attendersi? La disparità di trattamento fra generazioni. A chi conviene il 730 precompilato
28.04.15
Fernando Di Nicola e Simone Pellegrino

La disponibilità del 730 precompilato può rappresentare una novità positiva, in grado di snellire il rapporto tra fisco e contribuente e diminuire i costi di adempimento. Lo è senz’altro per i contribuenti senza oneri detraibili. Altri invece potrebbero rimetterci. Errori ed evasione legittimata. L'ambiguità del bonus in busta paga
28.04.15
Nicola Borri e Pietro Reichlin

Ridurre il cuneo fiscale che grava sui salari attraverso trasferimenti oppure il taglio delle imposte può avere effetti molto diversi. Se il governo avesse scelto di rivedere il profilo delle detrazioni avrebbe dato un segnale più chiaro. Provvedimento a favore dell’equità, ma anche della crescita. Contro la povertà 80 euro non bastano
28.04.15
Davide Ciferri

Il bonus Irpef degli 80 euro, che a regime costa 9,5 miliardi, potrebbe avere effetti molto contenuti sui consumi. Con gli stessi soldi si sarebbe potuto introdurre uno strumento universale di contrasto alla povertà. E probabilmente, anche a livello aggregato, gli effetti sarebbero stati migliori.
Se tra i più ricchi aumentano i pensionati
28.04.15
Silvia De Poli, Carlo Fiorio e Martina Bazzoli

Come è cambiata la distribuzione del reddito negli anni della crisi? Un’analisi su dati amministrativi per la provincia di Trento ci dice che la quota di reddito totale del gruppo più povero è scesa, così come quella dei più ricchi. Ma tra questi ultimi sono aumentati – e di molto – i pensionati.


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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily h1 a:hover div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div ul div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div blockquote div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div li table#itemcontentlist tr td a:link, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:visited, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:active, ul#summarylist li a img ScienceDaily: Latest Science News Tidal tugs on 'Telfon' faults drive slow-slipping earthquakes Children’s eye injuries from nonpowder guns on the rise Scientists generate landmark U.S hydropower report Testosterone replacement therapy: Which is best? Locusts provide insight into brain response to stimuli, senses Studies yield mixed findings on high-dose flu vaccine for elders Malaria parasite causes red blood cell changes, study suggests Nerve cells, blood vessels in eye 'talk' to prevent disease High-pitched sounds cause seizures in old cats: Certain breeds more susceptible Breakthrough in understanding Canavan disease Finding the body clock's molecular reset button The monk parakeet: Tracking an invasive bird No health drawbacks to veterans' dual use of VA, Medicare Advantage, study says Alternate theory of inhabitation of North America disproven Strange supernova is 'missing link' in gamma-ray burst connection Astrophysicists draw most comprehensive map of the universe How an RNA gene silences a whole chromosome Augmenting a gas naturally in our bodies fights RSV infection Brain balances perception and action when caught in an illusion Researchers train computers to identify gene interactions in human tissues Hate to diet? It's how we're wired Bizarre 'platypus' dinosaur: Vegetarian relative of T. rex Your adolescent brain on alcohol: Changes last into adulthood A new future for corals: Persistence and change in coral reef communities Parallel sequencing of DNA and RNA provides insight into secret world of cells HIV prevention and risk behaviors follow weekly patterns Conifer study illustrates twists of evolution Study links insomnia to impaired work performance in night shift workers A 'GPS' to navigate the brain's neuronal networks 2-D semiconductor comes clean: Performance dramatically improved Origin of life: Chemistry of seabed's hot vents could explain emergence of life Is the universe a hologram? Mass and shape of single molecules revealed Potential new treatment for multiple sclerosis Oil or fat? Saturated fatty acids might directly damage your heart Bumblebees use nicotine to fight off parasites New insights into ionic liquids Computer cooling system could save U. S. $6. 3 billion in electricity a year Electrical power converter allows grid to easily accept power from renewable energy New magnetic phase confirms theoretical predictions related to unconventional superconductivity Artificial spin ice: A new playground to better understand magnetism 3-D image of live embryo turning itself inside out Common back problems may be caused by evolution of human locomotion Bats use both sides of brain to listen -- just like humans New Zealand stoats provide an ark for genetic diversity Bullying leads to depression and suicidal thoughts in teens Health insurance coverage among cancer patients varies greatly by demographics and cancer type Detection of critical heart disease before birth lags among poor Outsmarting smartphones: Technology reduces distracted driving among teens Could smell hold the key to limiting or ending pesticide use? Two thirds of the world's population have no access to safe, affordable surgery New proton therapy technique brings hope of more effective treatment for tumors without causing collateral damage Prostate cancer patients who receive permanent radiotherapy implants twice as likely to be free of cancer after five years Scientists plan to fight insect pests by turning their own hormones against them Electric solar wind sail could make bidirectional human Mars flights economically feasible

Tidal tugs on 'Telfon' faults drive slow-slipping earthquakes

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 03:31 PM PDT

Teasing out how slow, silent earthquakes respond to tidal forces lets researchers calculate the friction inside the fault, which could help understand when and how the more hazardous earthquakes occur.

Children’s eye injuries from nonpowder guns on the rise

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 03:30 PM PDT

Over 3000 children were treated in U.S. emergency departments in 2012 for eye injuries related to paintball guns, airsoft guns, BB guns and pellet guns, which are popular non-powder guns. A new report analyzes the trends in hospital admissions associated with different types of firearms and suggests regulations that can help prevent serious injuries.

Scientists generate landmark U.S hydropower report

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 03:29 PM PDT

For the first time, industry and policymakers have a comprehensive report detailing the U.S. hydropower fleet's 2,198 plants that provide about 7 percent of the nation's electricity.

Testosterone replacement therapy: Which is best?

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 03:27 PM PDT

Intramuscular injection of testerosterone replacement therapy confers greater health benefits and lower cardiovascular risks than transdermal administration by skin patch or gel, a new study concludes.

Locusts provide insight into brain response to stimuli, senses

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 03:27 PM PDT

By training a type of grasshopper to recognize odors, a team of biomedical engineers is learning more about the brain and how it processes information from its senses. While the results of this research focus on the sense of smell, researchers plan to use the results to determine if the brain processes signals similarly for other senses.

Studies yield mixed findings on high-dose flu vaccine for elders

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 01:38 PM PDT

Is the high-dose version of the flu vaccine more effective than the standard dose for older folks? A new study says yes, but only for the 'oldest old': those 85 or older. For those between ages 65 and 84, the standard vaccine seems to work just as well, researchers report.

Malaria parasite causes red blood cell changes, study suggests

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 01:36 PM PDT

A model of a malaria-infected red blood cell may lead to better ways to treat malaria, according to a team of engineers and molecular biologists who investigated how this parasite infection causes the red blood cells to stiffen.

Nerve cells, blood vessels in eye 'talk' to prevent disease

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 01:36 PM PDT

Nerve cells and blood vessels in the eye constantly 'talk' to each other to maintain healthy blood flow and prevent disease, scientists say. The study has implications for treating diseases such as diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration--the leading causes of vision loss in adults. Since the eye is often a good model for understanding the workings of the brain, the findings also provide clues to major neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's, researchers say.

High-pitched sounds cause seizures in old cats: Certain breeds more susceptible

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 01:36 PM PDT

Sharp high-pitched sounds have been found to cause seizures in older cats. The most commonly reported triggers were the sound of crinkling tin foil, a metal spoon clanging in a ceramic feeding bowl, chinking or tapping of glass, crinkling of paper or plastic bags, tapping on a computer keyboard or clicking of a mouse, clinking of coins or keys, hammering of a nail and even the clicking of an owner's tongue.

Breakthrough in understanding Canavan disease

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 12:23 PM PDT

Investigators have settled a long-standing controversy surrounding the molecular basis of an inherited disorder that historically affected Ashkenazi Jews from Eastern Europe but now also arises in other populations of Semitic descent, particularly families from Saudi Arabia. Canavan disease is a type of leukodystrophy that is an incurable and progressively fatal neurological condition.

Finding the body clock's molecular reset button

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 12:23 PM PDT

An international team of scientists has discovered what amounts to a molecular reset button for our internal body clock. Their findings reveal a potential target to treat a range of disorders, from sleep disturbances to other behavioral, cognitive, and metabolic abnormalities.

The monk parakeet: Tracking an invasive bird

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 11:51 AM PDT

The monk parakeets that have invaded Europe and North America over the last 40-50 years fortifying their massive communal nests atop utility poles in many urban areas appear to have originated from the same small area in South America, according to a new study.

No health drawbacks to veterans' dual use of VA, Medicare Advantage, study says

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 11:51 AM PDT

In a study that looked at a handful of quality measures for chronic disease care, veterans who used both Veterans Affairs care and a Medicare Advantage plan during 2008 or 2009 did no better or worse than those who relied strictly on VA.

Alternate theory of inhabitation of North America disproven

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 11:51 AM PDT

The most widely accepted theory of the inhabitation of North America is that humans migrated from Siberia to Alaska by means of a 'land bridge' that spanned the Bering Strait. However, in the 1990s, a small group of researchers proposed that North America was first settled by people from Europe, who moved from east to west via a glacial 'ice bridge.' Now, researchers have definitively disproven the ice bridge theory.

Strange supernova is 'missing link' in gamma-ray burst connection

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 11:10 AM PDT

Astronomers find that 'central engines' in supernova explosions can come in different strengths, and include those that produce powerful blasts of gamma rays, and weaker versions that produce no such bursts.

Astrophysicists draw most comprehensive map of the universe

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Astrophysicists have created a 3-D map of the universe that spans nearly two billion light years and is the most complete picture of our cosmic neighborhood to date.

How an RNA gene silences a whole chromosome

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Researchers have discovered how an abundant class of RNA genes, called lncRNAs can regulate key genes. By studying an important lncRNA, called Xist, the scientists identified how this RNA gathers a group of proteins and ultimately prevents women from having an extra functional X-chromosome -- a condition in female embryos that leads to death in early development. These findings mark the first time that researchers have uncovered the mechanism of action for lncRNA genes.

Augmenting a gas naturally in our bodies fights RSV infection

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Hydrogen sulfide, a gas produced naturally within our bodies, reduces the severity of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, a new study shows for the first time. When someone has a RSV infection, his or her body is less able to produce the protective hydrogen sulfide. The study found that a drug that triggers a steady release of this gas decreases the virus's ability to multiply and reduces inflammation of the airways.

Brain balances perception and action when caught in an illusion

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Two wrongs can make a right, at least in the world of visual perception and motor functioning, according to brain scientists who tracked the eyes of students during exercises in a dark laboratory.

Researchers train computers to identify gene interactions in human tissues

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:48 AM PDT

Researchers have trained a computer to crunch big biomedical data in order to recognize how genes work together in human tissues. Combining genomic data from 38,000 experiments, this research group has generated functional genetic maps for 144 human tissues types and organs. This big step in the use of large genomic data sets enables great strides in functional human genetics, with important applications for treatment of disease. The findings shed light on genetic interactions that underlie human diseases, the investigators say.

Hate to diet? It's how we're wired

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:46 AM PDT

If you're finding it difficult to stick to a weight-loss diet, scientists say you can likely blame AGRP neurons -- hunger-sensitive cells in your brain. New experiments show these neurons are responsible for the unpleasant feelings of hunger that make snacking irresistible. The negative emotions associated with hunger can make it hard to maintain a diet and lose weight, and these neurons help explain that struggle.

Bizarre 'platypus' dinosaur: Vegetarian relative of T. rex

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:46 AM PDT

Although closely related to the notorious carnivore Tyrannosaurus rex, a new lineage of dinosaur discovered in Chile is proving to be an evolutionary jigsaw puzzle, as it preferred to graze upon plants. Chilesaurus boasted a proportionally small skull, hands with two fingers like Tyrannosaurus rex and feet more akin to primitive long-neck dinosaurs.

Your adolescent brain on alcohol: Changes last into adulthood

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:46 AM PDT

Repeated alcohol exposure during adolescence results in long-lasting changes in the region of the brain that controls learning and memory, according to a research team that used a rodent model as a surrogate for humans.

A new future for corals: Persistence and change in coral reef communities

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:44 AM PDT

Coral reefs, true reservoirs of biodiversity, are seriously threatened by human activities and climate change. Consequently, their extinction has often been heralded. Now, researchers are painting a less gloomy picture: the planet’s reefs are not doomed to disappear. But they will be very different from the ones we presently know. A new coral fauna will emerge, coming from the species that are most resistant to temperature increases.

Parallel sequencing of DNA and RNA provides insight into secret world of cells

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:44 AM PDT

Researchers have developed a large-scale sequencing technique called Genome and Transcriptome Sequencing (G&T-seq) that reveals, simultaneously, the unique genome sequence of a single cell and the activity of genes within that single cell.

HIV prevention and risk behaviors follow weekly patterns

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:29 AM PDT

The peak time for seeking information on topics related to HIV, such as prevention and testing, is at the beginning of the week, while risky sexual behaviors tend to increase on the weekends, according to a new analysis.

Conifer study illustrates twists of evolution

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:29 AM PDT

An apparently advantageous mechanism of conifer pollination has nevertheless been disappearing over millions of years, a new study finds. The mechanism works well, but because it depends on three traits related only loosely, the vagaries of evolution have led to its demise in many species. It its wake, however, a diversity of new traits and functions has emerged.

Study links insomnia to impaired work performance in night shift workers

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:29 AM PDT

A new study of night shift workers suggests that overnight occupational and cognitive impairment is more strongly correlated to insomnia than it is to sleepiness.

A 'GPS' to navigate the brain's neuronal networks

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:28 AM PDT

Scientists have announced a "Neuronal Positioning System" (NPS) that maps the circuitry of the brain, similar to how a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver triangulates one's location on the planet.

2-D semiconductor comes clean: Performance dramatically improved

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:26 AM PDT

Scientists have dramatically improved the performance of graphene by encapsulating it in boron nitride. They’ve now shown they can similarly improve the performance of another 2D material, molybdenum disulfide (MoS2. Their findings provide a demonstration of how to study all 2D materials and hold great promise for a broad range of applications including high-performance electronics, detection and emission of light, and chemical/bio-sensing.

Origin of life: Chemistry of seabed's hot vents could explain emergence of life

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:16 AM PDT

Hot vents on the seabed could have spontaneously produced the organic molecules necessary for life, according to new research. The study shows how the surfaces of mineral particles inside hydrothermal vents have similar chemical properties to enzymes, the biological molecules that govern chemical reactions in living organisms. This means that vents are able to create simple carbon-based molecules, such as methanol and formic acid, out of the dissolved CO2 in the water.

Is the universe a hologram?

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:16 AM PDT

The 'holographic principle,' the idea that a universe with gravity can be described by a quantum field theory in fewer dimensions, has been used for years as a mathematical tool in strange curved spaces. New results suggest that the holographic principle also holds in flat spaces. Our own universe could in fact be two dimensional and only appear three dimensional -- just like a hologram.

Mass and shape of single molecules revealed

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:16 AM PDT

Scientists have developed a revolutionary new technology that can image and weigh single molecules and instantly identify a single virus or bacteria particle.

Potential new treatment for multiple sclerosis

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:16 AM PDT

Scientists have discovered a way to prevent the development of multiple sclerosis in mice. Using a drug that blocks the production of a certain type of immune cell linked to inflammation and autoimmunity, the researchers successfully protected against the onset of MS in an animal model of the disease. The scientists say the next step is to test this strategy using other autoimmune disorders.

Oil or fat? Saturated fatty acids might directly damage your heart

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:15 AM PDT

Olive oil is universally considered a much healthier alternative to meat fat. Plant-derived oils (such as olive oil, canola oil, and vegetable oil) largely consist of unsaturated fatty acids, whereas animal fat is richer in the saturated ones. After a typical meal, carbohydrates are the primary source of energy production by the heart. Under fasting conditions, however, free fatty acids become the major energy producer. Saturated fat in a diet is known to be detrimental to heart health, but its impact on the cardiac muscle has been studied only recently.

Bumblebees use nicotine to fight off parasites

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:15 AM PDT

Bumblebees that have been infected by parasites seek out flowers with nicotine in the nectar, likely to fight off the infection, new research has found. The nicotine appears to slow the progression of disease in infected bees but has harmful effects when consumed by healthy bees.

New insights into ionic liquids

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:15 AM PDT

To directly observe chemical processes in unusual, new materials is a scientific dream, made possible by modern microscopy methods: researchers have, for the first time, captured video images of the attachment of molecules in an ionic liquid onto a submerged electrode. The images from the nanoscale world provide detailed information on the way in which chemical components reorganize when a voltage is applied. New findings based on this information may lead to improved batteries and more energy efficient coating technology or solar engineering.

Computer cooling system could save U. S. $6. 3 billion in electricity a year

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:13 AM PDT

A patented passive cooling system for computer processors could save U.S. consumers more than 6.3 billion dollars per year in energy costs.

Electrical power converter allows grid to easily accept power from renewable energy

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:13 AM PDT

Engineering researchers have invented a novel electrical power converter system that simultaneously accepts power from a variety of energy sources and converts it for use in the electrical grid system.

New magnetic phase confirms theoretical predictions related to unconventional superconductivity

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:13 AM PDT

The emergence of a new magnetic phase with a square lattice before the onset of superconductivity is revealed in some iron arsenide compounds, confirming theoretical predictions of the effects of doping on magnetic interactions between the iron atoms and their relationship to high temperature superconductivity. Understanding the origin of thermodynamic phases is vital in developing a unified theory for the elusive microscopic mechanism underlying high-temperature superconductivity.

Artificial spin ice: A new playground to better understand magnetism

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:11 AM PDT

For the first time, nanomagnet islands or arrays were arranged into an exotic structure (called “shakti”) that does not directly relate to any known natural material. The “shakti” artificial spin ice configuration was fabricated and reproduced experimentally. The arrays are theoretical predictions of multiple ground states that are characteristic of frustrated magnetic materials. The results open the door to experiments on other artificial spin-ice lattices, predicted to host interesting phenomena.

3-D image of live embryo turning itself inside out

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:28 AM PDT

Researchers have captured the first 3-D video of a living algal embryo turning itself inside out, from a sphere to a mushroom shape and back again. The results could help unravel the mechanical processes at work during a similar process in animals, which has been called the 'most important time in your life.'

Common back problems may be caused by evolution of human locomotion

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:28 AM PDT

A common spinal disease could be the result of some people's vertebrae, the bones that make up the spine, sharing similarities in shape to a non-human primate. The research suggests that the relatively quick evolution of the ability to walk on two legs may have had a substantial impact on modern human health.

Bats use both sides of brain to listen -- just like humans

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:28 AM PDT

Researchers have shown that, like humans, mustached bats use the left and right sides of their brains to process different aspects of sounds. Aside from humans, no other animal that has been studied, not even monkeys or apes, has proved to use such hemispheric specialization for sound processing -- meaning that the left brain is better at processing fast sounds, and the right processing slow ones.

New Zealand stoats provide an ark for genetic diversity

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:28 AM PDT

British stoats suffered a dramatic loss in genetic diversity in the 20th century but extinct British genes were preserved in the stoat population of New Zealand, a new study has found. The research reveals that stoats, which were introduced to New Zealand, have greater genetic diversity there, than in their native Britain. The results are unusual because introducing a species to a new area is usually associated with a loss in its genetic diversity.

Bullying leads to depression and suicidal thoughts in teens

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:28 AM PDT

High school students subjected to bullying and other forms of harassment are more likely to report being seriously depressed, consider suicide and carry weapons to school, according to findings from a trio of studies.

Health insurance coverage among cancer patients varies greatly by demographics and cancer type

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:28 AM PDT

Among patients with cancer, rates of health insurance coverage vary by patient demographics and by cancer type, a new analysis has found. The researchers found that younger, non-white, unmarried patients residing in counties with higher levels of poverty and in rural areas were less likely to have insurance. Moreover, males were less likely to have insurance than females, and people residing in Southern states were less likely to have insurance than people residing in other areas of the country. Also, there was large variation in insurance rates by cancer type, with the highest uninsured rates in testicular, stomach, and cervical cancers, and the lowest uninsured rates in thyroid, prostate, and breast cancers.

Detection of critical heart disease before birth lags among poor

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:27 AM PDT

While prenatal ultrasounds are doing a good job of identifying critical congenital heart disease, those living in poor or rural communities are less likely to find out their baby has heart disease before birth than those in more affluent or urban communities.

Outsmarting smartphones: Technology reduces distracted driving among teens

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:27 AM PDT

Technology can bolster efforts by parents, lawmakers and insurance companies to reduce distracted driving among novice teen drivers, according to a new study.

Could smell hold the key to limiting or ending pesticide use?

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:26 AM PDT

Could smell hold the key to ending pesticide use? Sscientists may have uncovered a natural way of avoiding the use of pesticides and help save plants from attack by recreating a natural insect repellent. They have, for the first time, created tiny molecules which mirror a natural occurring smell known to repel insects.

Two thirds of the world's population have no access to safe, affordable surgery

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:26 AM PDT

Millions of people are dying from common, easily treatable conditions like appendicitis, fractures, or obstructed labor because they do not have access to, or can't afford, proper surgical care, according to a major new report. The new estimates suggest that number of people worldwide who are unable to access basic surgery and anaesthesia is more than twice as high as previously thought.

New proton therapy technique brings hope of more effective treatment for tumors without causing collateral damage

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:26 AM PDT

Researchers have succeeded in making a model of breathing movement that allows for the precise measurement of narrow beams to a dummy tumor in the lung by simulating the motion and physical properties of the chest anatomy in a model, thereby taking a large step towards maximizing the targeting of treatment in mobile organs.

Prostate cancer patients who receive permanent radiotherapy implants twice as likely to be free of cancer after five years

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:26 AM PDT

Results from a randomised controlled trial to compare the use of permanent radioactive implants (brachytherapy) with dose-escalated external beam radiotherapy in patients with prostate cancer show that the men who received brachytherapy were twice as likely to be cancer-free five years later.

Scientists plan to fight insect pests by turning their own hormones against them

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:25 AM PDT

The economic cost of agricultural pests is extremely difficult to estimate, but biological threats such as insects and disease account for around 40% of all crop losses globally. The rising need for food worldwide necessitates ever more effective methods in the fight against agricultural pests. By 2017, the world is expected to spend more than 65 billion USD annually on pesticides. At the same time, there is a pressing need to develop "greener" pesticides that target damaging insects while sparing beneficial ones.

Electric solar wind sail could make bidirectional human Mars flights economically feasible

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:25 AM PDT

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Pulitzer 2015: premiato Daniel Berehulak per il fotoreportage sull’ebola |FOTO

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Earth Day, gironata mondiale della Terra |FOTO

Femminicidio a Torre del Greco. Si presenta dai carabinieri: "Ho ucciso mia moglie" | FOTO

 

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News Digest: Gujarat Inc embarks on African safari

28/04/2015 04:23 Condividi

Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIATuesday, April 28, 2015Today's Headlines India

Gujarat Inc embarks on African safari
Gujarat-based firms are going all out to tap the growing African markets.

Mumbai: 8 Pak nationals caught with drugs in police custody
The Yellow Gate police produced eight Pakistani nationals, arrested with 232 kg heroin worth Rs 6.93 crore, before a court on Monday. The magistrate remanded them in police custody till May 5.

Maharashtra plans world-class water sports facility at Versova
A water sport facility along the lines of international standards could come up at Versova beach, if things go to plan.

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Business

Govt set to simplify new I-T return form
The government is set to rework the controversial tax return form, which requires disclosure of details of personal spending during overseas trips and local bank accounts.

Fix call drop and billing problems: Govt to telcos
The government on Monday told the telecom operators to improve service, address the problem of frequent call drops and bring in transparency in billing.

FIIs seek MAT clarity on non-treaty nations
Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) have raised fresh doubts over implications of minimum alternate tax (MAT) even as the government takes measures to allay their fears on these controversial claims.

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Environment

'Strange govt not accepting studies linking mortality to pollution'
A house panel on Monday said it was "strange" that environment ministry was not ready to "accept" studies linking mortality with air pollution as it recommended restricting use of personal vehicles through an efficient and cost effective public transport system.

Relocation of villages: Tiger population up in ATR
Tiger population in Achanakmar Tiger Reserve (ATR) has gone up from a dozen in 2011 to 28 now, following successful relocation of half a dozen villages from core area of the reserve.

Scientists find 13 exotic freshwater species in Tamil Nadu
A recent survey conducted to explore the fauna of aquatic Oligochaeta (freshwater worms) has identified 13 species from a few districts of Tamil Nadu, pointing to the need for further study of the species which is considered a bio-indicator.

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World

Maryland governor declares state of emergency
The governor of Maryland has declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard to help with the violence and rioting in Baltimore.

World 'closer than ever' to Iran nuclear deal: John Kerry
The world is "closer than ever" to reaching a comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran but the work is far from over, with key issues unresolved, Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday told a global gathering on nuclear disarmament, where he and Iran's foreign minister met on the sidelines.

'Germany knew Ukraine flight dangers before MH17 crash'
Berlin knew the risks of flying over war-torn east Ukraine before Flight MH17 was shot out of the sky last year but did not inform German airlines, local media reported.

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Entertainment

Virat tops Times 50 Most Desirable Men
The Times 50 Most Desirable Men, in association with SRM Sivaji Ganesan Film Institute, is India’s pick of the men who have it all — the looks, the bodies and the charm.

For Virat, Anushka is the most desirable woman
India has voted and chosen the Times 50 Most Desirable Men of 2014. The 20.3 lakh votes received online on www.itimes.com/polls along with our vote decided the winners. There are no surprises for guessing that this time the winner is the cricket run-machine for India, the young man with the swagger Virat Kohli.

Is Sana Saeed faking an affair on 'Nach Baliye'?
The current buzz in the television industry is that Sana Saeed, who's a part of Nach Baliye, is faking a relationship with her dancing partner Dipesh Patel.

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Science

Obesity in pregnancy puts child at diabetes risk: Study
Women who are obese while pregnant may put their offspring at risk of childhood diabetes, a condition that requires lifelong insulin therapy, Swedish researchers said Tuesday.

Want to print the internet? You need 136bn sheets of paper
UK scientists have calculated that the entire internet can be printed on 136 billion sheets of standard 8-by-11 paper. 

First HIV self-test kit on sale in UK
The world’s first legally approved HIV self-test kit that reveals results in 15 minutes has gone on sale in Britain.

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Sports

Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Kings XI Punjab by 20 runs
Trent Boult took three wickets for 19 runs to help Sunrisers Hyderabad defend a 150-run total and register a 20-run victory against Kings XI Punjab.

Anurag Thakur slams N Srinivasan on bookie issue
Anurag Thakur took to twitter to defend himself against the charges and wrote a letter to Srinivasan regarding the ICC advisory based on 'unverified information'.

India not to bid for 2024 Olympic Games: IOC chief
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has put an end to the speculation that India might bid for 2024 Olympics after meeting PM Narendra Modi.

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Technology

5 smart ways to identify hackers
Read on for the most common methods used by hackers along with tips on how to avoid being duped..

Capgemini buys Igate for $4.04 billion
French IT giant Capgemini is acquiring Nasdaq-listed Igate for $4.04 billion -- in one of the biggest M&As in the IT services space to take on rivals like IBM and Accenture.

Trai website down, Anonymous India claims responsibility
In a series of tweets, Anonymous India claimed responsibility for bringing down train.gov.in and also warned that the site will soon be hacked.

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Delhi

Helpline plea on burning waste
An additional affidavit was filed on Monday in Vardhaman Kaushik’s application against high air pollution levels in the city.

Wi-Fi in 1,000 places by February
The Aam Aadmi Party government on Monday said that it would provide 1,000 Wi-Fi hotspots by February 2016 across the capital city.

Woman found hanging, note blames stalker
The body of a 35-year-old woman was found hanging at her home in southeast Delhi's Badarpur area.

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Bangalore

Bengaluru-Ernakulam Express accident case: Three months on, no action against guilty
It's almost three months since nine passengers were killed when the Bengaluru-Ernakulam Express derailed near Bidiragere in Anekal. Yet no one has been brought to book in what was a textbook case of dereliction of duty.

Basketball champion from slum to get helping hand
Karnataka State Basketball Association secretary K Govindraj, MLC, promised help to Nasreen Makandar, a 14-year-old slum girl from %Vijayapura.

JEE results out, cutoff dips by 10 marks
The cutoff marks for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main, the entry point for admission to IITs, NITs and other centrally funded institutes, have come down by 10 marks this year. From 115 last year, it has slipped to 105 out of 360 marks.

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Hyderabad

HC sets Dec. 15 deadline for GHMC polls
Elections to the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) should be held by December 15 this year, the high court directed the Telangana government on Monday.

Parking contractors looting motorists
A special drive conducted by the Hyderabad traffic police found GHMC contractors are collecting in an arbitrary manner parking fees from people, who are kept in the dark about the official fee.

RR dist tops, Nalgonda at bottom
Intermediate second year pass percentage in Telangana marginally increased to 61.41%, compared to the previous year’s 60.14%, as authorities declared the results on Monday.

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Ahmedabad

Wait for kesar to get longer
Mango lovers will have to wait a little longer to savour kesar from Junagadh as the arrival of the fruit has been delayed by a fortnight in the main Talala market.

Granny helps cancer survivor meet Kohli
Standing on the terrace of his house in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, Siddhant Dubey was low-spirited after being diagnosed with cancer.

At 60, it's time to travel for Gujarat retirees
Dr Pravin Chauhan, 67, and his wife, Kiran, 60, just returned from an adventure trip to Antarctica and South America.

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Allahabad

Lichchavi passengers looted near Manauri
Armed dacoits looted passengers travelling in Lichchavi Express between Manauri and Bamrauli railway stations on Kanpur-Allahabad route of North Central Railway on Friday morning.

Allahabad University student sculpts 3,000 kgs hammer
Son of a poor peasant of a small village at Nagaipur of Baheria block in Allahabad proved his mettle in the first sculpture that he has made. He and five others have made a hammer weighing over 3,000 kgs.

Free wi-fi facility at Civil Lines Bus Depot soon
The Civil Lines Bus Depot of the city would become the first public place to be equipped with wi-fi services. Uttar Pradesh Road Transport Corporation, in collaboration with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has came out with the proposal to equip the depot for better internet connectivity.

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Bhubaneswar

Extra safety shield for the elderly
The commissionerate of police have decided to strengthen the "senior citizen security cells" (SCSCs) in police stations here.At present, the SCSCs function in 10 police stations.

NDRF ready for Ground Zero duty
Over 150 personnel of 3rd National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) battalion at Mundali in Cuttack district are ready to join the relief and rescue operations in earthquake-devastated Nepal.

Lens on illegal constructions
Only last week, the state government asked the Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA) to act against unauthorized constructions, keeping in mind the hazards during natural calamities.

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Bhopal

MPPEB scam: Delhi high court stays arrest of Mr X by Madhya Pradesh STF
In a new twist in Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) scam investigations, Delhi high court has on Monday stayed arrest of scam whistle-blower Prashant Pandey .

Brace for searing heat, temp likely to go up 2 degrees
Summers in state capital will get harsher by month-end. Temperature is expected to rise by at least two degrees from current mark and is likely to stay at that level.

Hospital on Wheels to roll into city in May
Lifeline Express, a hospital on wheels, will pull into the city on May 9 to render free healthcare service to patients.

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28/04/2015 01:17 Condividi

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Stoppani – Ramo della Supposta Giunzione

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 03:28 PM PDT

Sabato mattina Luana Aimar, Marco Corvi – alias Corvo, Antonio Premazzi (S.C.Erba) ed io (G.G.Milano) andiamo in Stoppani – Area 58 sul Pian del Tivano con destinazione il Ramo della Supposta Giunzione per completare il camino che avevo arrampicato settimana scorsa con Lia e Martino. Dopo circa 5 ore siamo alla nostra meta. Questa volta siamo [...]

Cordoglio e commozione per i due tecnici del Soccorso Alpino e Speleologico vittime del terremoto in Nepal

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:20 AM PDT

27 aprile 2015 – ore 16.30 COMUNICATO STAMPA CNSAS Con profondo cordoglio e forte commozione il Corpo Nazionale Soccorso Alpino e Speleologico dà la notizia della morte in Nepal di Gigliola Mancinelli e Oskar Piazza, due membri del CNSAS impegnati in un’autonoma spedizione esplorativa di alcune forre nella zona di Langtang, a 30 chilometri [...]

Brutte notizie dal Nepal – Morti Oscar Piazza e Gigliola Mancinelli

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:19 AM PDT

Dal CNSAS arriva la notizia tragica della morte di Oscar Piazza, istruttore nazionale della scuola canyoning del CNSAS Soccorso in forra, e di Gigliola Mancinelli dottoressa del CNSAS che si aggiungono alla lista dei morti a seguito del terremoto in Nepal. La notizia purtroppo è ufficiale. I due facevano parte di un gruppo di quattro [...]

Escursione alla Grotta dei Cinque Laghi – Piobbico (PU)

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:18 AM PDT

[ 17 maggio 2015; ] Domenica 17 Maggio 2015 il Gruppo Speleologico Cai di Perugia organizza un’Escursione alla Grotta de Cinque Laghi sul Monte Nerone, Piobbico (PU) La partecipazione è aperta a tutti coloro che vogliono avvicinarsi al suggestivo mondo ipogeo. La grotta è situata sul Monte Nerone, ad una altezza di 1175 m e presenta due ingressi che permettono una emozionante [...]

Futuri speleo in arrivo… a presto la prima strettoia

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 05:07 AM PDT

Dolce attesa questa; sono in dirittura di arrivo e passeranno la prima strettoia tra qualche giorno due giovanissimi speleologi che nel frattempo ci inviano un selfie: Auguri agli amici Adrianna e Alessandro Gottinger!

ANSA – Morti due alpinisti italiani in Nepal, nessuna notizia degli speleologi

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 03:31 AM PDT

Una notizia dell’ANSA appena pubblicata dice che ci sarebbero due morti italiani accertati e non sono i nostri speleologi: Renzo B. e Marco P., travolti da una frana a 3.500 metri di quota in un trekking nella Rolwaling Valley. In un ospedale della capitale vi sono altri due membri della spedizione: Iolanda M., ferita, e Attilio D., [...]

CNSAS – Nessuna Notizia dal Nepal

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 02:28 AM PDT

Una nota di 10 minuti fa, sentito al telefono il Responsabile del CCD del CNSAS, G.P. che puntualizza per Scintilena: non ci sono notizie arrivate dal Nepal. Nessuno dei quattro ha contattato i propri familiari. Si pregano tutti gli speleologi di non diffondere altre notizie per non far vivere ulteriori angosce ai familiari, non sono confermate [...]

Nepal nessuna notizia dei quattro speleologi dispersi

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 10:32 PM PDT

Prosegue l’attesa dal Nepal per avere notizie sui quattro speleologi che erano sulla zona dell’epicentro nel momento del terremoto. Nonostante in serata siano circolate voci nelle mailing list e sui social network di notizie positive giunte dal Nepal, purtroppo siamo ancora in attesa di un contatto dai quattro speleo che erano andati a fare forre in [...] You are subscribed to email updates from Scintilena
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18 AGOSTO. - Stamane verso le ore 7 ¼ un’ incursione di "caproni ,,. Le bombe erano si fragorose da parere molto vicine; fu invece, come al solito, preso di mira il campo di aviazione, ma senza un corrispondente risultato.

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Mercoledì – 21 novembre – ore 8. (da M. Berico – Vicenza)
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Le truppe francesi, qui a Vicenza, incominciano a scavar trincee, con grande stupore, meraviglia e….spauracchio della popolazione. Io credo che l’armata francese si schieri appoggiandosi da una parte a’ Colli Berici...
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18 AGOSTO. - Stamane verso le ore 7 ¼ un’ incursione di "caproni ,,. Le bombe erano si fragorose da parere molto vicine; fu invece, come al solito, preso di mira il campo di aviazione, ma senza un corrispondente risultato.

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Passano molti ufficiali inglesi che prendono sede a Villa Guillion, sulla strada feltrino: hanno l’aria da “me ne incippo”. Viene sepolto il secondo carabiniere, vittima della bomba di sabato scorso.
Allarme per il sorvolo di aerei nemici.
In tutte le strade principali e secondarie di Montebelluna e paesi vicini vengono disposti dei cavalli di frisia, reticolati ed alberi abbattuti per sbarrare il passo al nemico qualora scendesse. Sono cose che fanno anche un ...
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I giorni di guerra raccontati nei diari dell'epoca. 21 NOVEMBRE 1917 - DIARIO DI MARIO FIORE
Mercoledì – 21 novembre – ore 8. (da M. Berico – Vicenza)
Il bel tempo è cessato: umido, nebbia e freddo!
Oggi cannoneggiamento sull’altipiano di Asiago.
Attendo, impaziente, il bollettino di guerra.
Le truppe francesi, qui a Vicenza, incominciano a scavar trincee, con grande stupore, meraviglia e….spauracchio della popolazione. Io credo che l’armata francese si schieri appoggiandosi da una parte a’ Colli Berici...
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27/04/2015 21:18 Condividi

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Swiftkey presenta Clarity Keyboard Beta e Greenhouse

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 11:01 AM PDT

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Poche ore fa gli sviluppatori di Swiftkey, la famosa tastiera per Android, hanno deciso di presentare una nuova app in beta e un nuovo progetto che permette agli sviluppatori dell’azienda di racchiudere in un unico posto tutte le loro idee in anteprima. Ma andiamo con ordine. Clarity Keyboard Beta è una tastiera in fase di sperimentazione […]

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LG Watch Urbane disponibile da Clove UK al prezzo di 260 £

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:40 AM PDT

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LG Watch Urbane sarà disponibile ufficialmente in Italia nei prossimi giorni e quindi c’è da pazientare ancora un poco prima di poterne prendere uno con garanzia italiana. Tuttavia, chi non volesse aspettare può acquistarlo d’importazione da Clove UK, che lo ha già pronto per l’acquisto e che spedisce anche nel nostro Paese. E’ proposto al prezzo […]

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Problemi di crash delle app? La causa potrebbe essere Android System Webview

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:10 AM PDT

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Alla fine della scorsa settimana, Google ha portato un aggiornamento al suo servizio Webview che sembra causare alcuni problemi piuttosto importanti su un certo numero e tipo di smartphone. L’app sta infatti “collezionando” decine di recensioni ad 1 stella per il servizio, molte delle quali incolpano l’aggiornamento come la causa dei recenti problemi. Ma cos’è precisamente […]

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Tony Fadell ci parla di internet e di dispositivi connessi

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:06 AM PDT

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Tony Fadell, l’uomo a capo del progetto Google Glass e attuale CEO di Nest, ha recentemente espresso la sua idea di internet e di dispositivi connessi in un saggio pubblicato sul Wall Street Journal. Fadell ha raccontato uno spiacevole aneddoto che lo ha visto protagonista mentre praticava sci nautico ed ha utilizzato tale esempio per far capire […]

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Android supera iOS nei guadagni contando anche gli app store cinesi

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:39 AM PDT

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Arriva da Digi-Capital un nuovo studio che rivoluziona la situazione degli app store mobili, in particolare l’assoluta convizione che l’App Store di Apple fosse più redditizio di quello di Android. I dati finora utilizzati erano sempre basati su un puro confronto tra App Store  e Play Store ma il nuovo studio ha correttamente deciso di includere […]

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Huawei P8 diventa Mobile Partner di The Voice of Italy

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 09:14 AM PDT

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Debutto importante per Huawei ed il suo nuovo flagship P8, che diventano Mobile partner del famoso talent Show musicale “The Voice of Italy” in onda su RaiDue. In particolare il nuovo smartphone sarà protagonista della fase finale, il “Live Show” in onda a partire dal prossimo mecoledì 29 Aprile per tutte e cinque le puntate. […]

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Samsung Backup Memory, un’app per aiutare i malati di Alzheimer

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:55 AM PDT

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Una nuova app Samsung è disponibile sul Google Play Store. Non si tratta del solito software per Android né di un programma che siamo soliti associare ai moderni smartphone. Backup Memory, questo il nome dell’applicazione in questione, è stata creata per aiutare i malati di Alzheimer a ricordare  i volti delle persone care. Il funzionamento si […]

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Google si lancia in una campagna di acquisizione brevetti

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 08:33 AM PDT

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Le piccole società proprietarie di brevetti si trovano spesso in difficoltà nel far valere i loro diritti e sempre più spesso finiscono preda dei cosiddetti “patent trolls”, società che raccolgono brevetti senza che il legittimo proprietario riesca a trarne dei reali benefici. Google cerca di intervenire a “favore” dei possessori di brevetti offrendosi di acquistarli attraverso un […]

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Come funziona la compressione dati di Google Chrome

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:44 AM PDT

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Flywheel è il nome del proxy che si occupa di comprimere i dati in Google Chrome, permettendovi di risparmiare preziosi dati quanto state navigando in mobilità. Alcuni ingegneri di Google hanno pubblicato un interessante documento che spiega il funzionamento del sistema di compressione dei dati e offre molte interessanti statistiche. Flywheel è ottimizzato per il mobile […]

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Samsung Galaxy S6 e S6 Edge sono i migliori camera-phone, secondo DxOMark

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 07:32 AM PDT

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I nuovi top di gamma di Samsung, Galaxy S6 e Galaxy S6 Edge, hanno ricevuto una ulteriore certificazione di qualità da parte del sito DxOMark, un portale specializzato nella valutazione delle prestazioni di fotocamere e lenti. I due device hanno conquistato la vetta del settore dedicato ai dispositivi mobili ottenendo un punteggio totale pari a 86. […]

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Tiscali body img .Red @media only screen and (max-device-width: 1023px) table[class=contenttable] td[class=contentMargin] img[class=contentimg] img[class=titimg] } @media only screen and (min-width: 1024px) td[class=contentMargin] } Se non visualizzi correttamente il messaggio clicca qui Tiscali Notizie Lun 27 Apr 12:32   Sisma in Nepal: 3.700 vittime, morti anche 2 italiani SPORT Farias e Pirlo: cavalcata e magia da applauso. I video dei gol Farias e Pirlo: cavalcata e magia da applauso. I video dei gol
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27/04/2015 12:19 Condividi

Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily h1 a:hover div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div ul div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div blockquote div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div li table#itemcontentlist tr td a:link, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:visited, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:active, ul#summarylist li a img ScienceDaily: Latest Science News Despite warnings, health food stores recommend over-the-counter dietary supplements to minors Serving healthy foods with a smile may entice students to eat better Some children lose autism diagnosis but still struggle Parents sound off on mobile device use by children Program puts a dent in summer hunger Electronic cigarettes gaining in popularity among teens Researchers harness the power of mobile devices to teach kids about safety We are family: Adult support reduces youths' risk of violence exposure Just an hour of TV a day linked to unhealthy weight in kindergartners Use of pocket-sized ultrasound device reduces need for further testing in clinical settings Better evidence needed to guide EU efforts to increase hep B and C testing Sofosbuvir/daclatasvir combination effective treatment for difficult-to-treat hep C patients Alcohol use disorders - stronger predictor of mortality than chronic hepatitis C virus infection Sofosbuvir and peginterferon/ribavirin demonstrates virologic response rates in G3 hep C patients One third of teens admit to texting while driving: State laws help Cell phones take parents' attention away from kids on playgrounds Giving books to kids before summer break can stem reading losses Babies as young as six months using mobile media MRI shows association between reading to young children and brain activity Magazine, Internet images fail to promote infant sleep safety Youths who survive self-poisoning continue to be at risk of suicide for years How hospitals can improve outcomes of weekend surgeries Brachytherapy improves survival for inoperable early stage endometrial cancer High radiotherapy dose improves prospects for children with brain cancer Mental disorders don't predict future violence, study suggests Grazoprevir/elbasvir combo shows high cure rate for patients with chronic HCV

Despite warnings, health food stores recommend over-the-counter dietary supplements to minors

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:05 AM PDT

Fifteen year olds are not only able to buy over-the-counter dietary supplements from a sampling of health food stores across the country, the staff at those stores actually went so far as to recommend certain products, despite labels reading 'for adult use only.'

Serving healthy foods with a smile may entice students to eat better

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:05 AM PDT

Labeling healthy foods with smiley faces and offering small prizes for buying nutritious items may be a low-cost way to get students to make healthy choices in the school lunch line, according to a new study.

Some children lose autism diagnosis but still struggle

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:05 AM PDT

About one in 14 toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder no longer met the diagnostic criteria in elementary school, but most continued to have emotional/behavior symptoms and required special education supports, according to a new study.

Parents sound off on mobile device use by children

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:05 AM PDT

Smartphones and tablets have become part of everyday life, but parents still worry that mobile devices may not be the best thing for their children, according to a new study.

Program puts a dent in summer hunger

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:05 AM PDT

When schools close their doors for the summer, many low-income children who rely on subsidized breakfasts and lunches don't know when they will get their next meal. An innovative program to fill this gap could serve as a model for communities looking to help feed struggling families when school is out.

Electronic cigarettes gaining in popularity among teens

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:04 AM PDT

Teens no longer smoke just cigarettes. They have branched out to using alternative tobacco products such as electronic cigarettes, hookahs and little cigars. In fact, e-cigarette use is rising rapidly among both cigarette smokers and nonsmokers, according to a new study.

Researchers harness the power of mobile devices to teach kids about safety

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:04 AM PDT

Since it's nearly impossible to keep mobile devices out of the hands of children, they might as well learn something worthwhile using these devices. That was the idea behind the development of a game app to teach youngsters about bicycle and dog bite safety.

We are family: Adult support reduces youths' risk of violence exposure

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:04 AM PDT

Adults can have a bigger influence on youths growing up in poor, violent neighborhoods than they may realize.

Just an hour of TV a day linked to unhealthy weight in kindergartners

Posted: 26 Apr 2015 08:04 AM PDT

Kindergartners and first-graders who watched as little as one hour of television a day were more likely to be overweight or obese compared to children who watched TV for less than 60 minutes each day, according to a new study.

Use of pocket-sized ultrasound device reduces need for further testing in clinical settings

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 07:37 PM PDT

The use of a pocket-sized ultrasound device (PUD) helps to reduce the need for further testing in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.

Better evidence needed to guide EU efforts to increase hep B and C testing

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 07:37 PM PDT

The apparent dearth of research on hepatitis B and C testing in many European countries could be hampering efforts to identify infected individuals, according to results from a comprehensive review of 136 studies presented today at The International Liver CongressTM 2015.

Sofosbuvir/daclatasvir combination effective treatment for difficult-to-treat hep C patients

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:57 PM PDT

New results show that the sofosbuvir (SOF)/daclatasvir (DCV) treatment combination is effective amongst hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotype-1 mono-infected patients. These results are significant because whilst other combinations have been widely reported on, there have been few data until now regarding the use of SOF/DCV combination in real world situations.

Alcohol use disorders - stronger predictor of mortality than chronic hepatitis C virus infection

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:57 PM PDT

Scientists show that alcohol use disorders (AUD) have a serious, negative prognostic outcome with higher mortality risks in the general population and patients with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in particular.

Sofosbuvir and peginterferon/ribavirin demonstrates virologic response rates in G3 hep C patients

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:57 PM PDT

New results demonstrate that hepatitis C (HCV)-infected genotype-3 (GT-3) patients, with and without cirrhosis, receiving 24 weeks of sofosbuvir (SOF) in combination with ribavirin (RBV) and peginterferon (PEG) achieved the highest sustained virologic response rates at 12 weeks (SVR12), observed in a Phase 3 study, to date.

One third of teens admit to texting while driving: State laws help

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

State laws banning texting while driving led to significant reductions in the number of teens using their cell phones while behind the wheel, but nearly one-third still admitted to engaging in this risky behavior, according to new research.

Cell phones take parents' attention away from kids on playgrounds

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

Parents who take their kids to the playground may be tempted to pull out their cell phone to send a quick text or check Facebook. It may be more prudent, however, to stay focused on their child to ensure he or she plays safely. More than 200,000 children ages 14 and younger are treated in U.S. emergency rooms each year for playground-related injuries.

Giving books to kids before summer break can stem reading losses

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

A new study shows that giving students books at the end of the school year can help stem losses in reading skills.

Babies as young as six months using mobile media

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

More than one-third of babies are tapping on smartphones and tablets even before they learn to walk or talk, and by one year of age, one in seven toddlers is using devices for at least an hour a day, according to a new study.

MRI shows association between reading to young children and brain activity

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

There is evidence that reading to young children is in fact associated with differences in brain activity supporting early reading skills.

Magazine, Internet images fail to promote infant sleep safety

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

Images of infants sleeping in unsafe environments are pervasive in women's magazines and on stock photo websites, which could create confusion among parents and put babies at risk, according to a new study.

Youths who survive self-poisoning continue to be at risk of suicide for years

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

Teenagers who are hospitalized after intentionally poisoning themselves are at a significantly increased risk of dying by suicide in the following decade, according to a new study.

How hospitals can improve outcomes of weekend surgeries

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:56 PM PDT

Studies have shown that patients who undergo surgeries on weekends tend to experience longer hospital stays and higher mortality rates and readmissions. For the first time, a new study has identified five resources that can help hospitals overcome this 'weekend effect': increased nurse-to-bed ratio; full adoption of electronic medical records; inpatient physical rehabilitation; a home-health program; and a pain management program.

Brachytherapy improves survival for inoperable early stage endometrial cancer

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:44 PM PDT

Women who have early stage endometrial cancer and are inoperable tend to live longer if they have been treated with brachytherapy with or without external beam radiation, according to new research.

High radiotherapy dose improves prospects for children with brain cancer

Posted: 25 Apr 2015 06:44 PM PDT

Researchers have found that increasing the dose of radiotherapy given to children with an intracranial ependymoma, a form of cancer of the central nervous system, can significantly improve their survival.

Mental disorders don't predict future violence, study suggests

Posted: 24 Apr 2015 06:31 PM PDT

Most psychiatric disorders -- including depression -- do not predict future violent behavior, reports a new longitudinal study of delinquent youth. The only exception is substance abuse and dependence.

Grazoprevir/elbasvir combo shows high cure rate for patients with chronic HCV

Posted: 24 Apr 2015 05:56 AM PDT

Once-daily oral grazoprevir/elbasvir combination therapy, taken without interferon or ribavirin for 12 weeks, demonstrated high sustained virologic response rates for treatment-naive patients with cirrhotic or non-cirrhotic chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotype 1, 4, or 6. These findings suggest that once-daily oral grazoprevir/elbasvir represents a new therapeutic option for chronic HCV infection. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIAMonday, April 27, 2015Today's Headlines India

66 AI flyers reach Mumbai from Kolkata after 22-hour ordeal
For the 100-odd passengers booked on two Air India flights to Mumbai from Kolkata on Saturday, an ordinary trip turned into a never-ending ordeal.

Bihar heritage sites intact
All important heritage sites of Bihar are safe despite high density tremors experienced in different parts of the state during the last 36 hours

Bihar escapes major devastation
In 2011, when an earthquake of the intensity of 7.5 on Richter scale rocked Sikkim, Delhi IMD director Ajit Tyagi had said that soon a ‘great earthquake’ of above 7.5 on Richter scale was imminent in northeastern region.

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Business

USL to move Sebi with PwC findings, Mallya taps lawyers
United Spirits will inform the Securities Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Monday about the findings of a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) inquiry into the company’s books even as Vijay Mallya, who was asked to quit as USL chairman over the weekend, has lined up a battery of top lawyers in an escalating boardroom battle.

Delay in houses hits buyers
Housing projects are running 2-3 years behind schedule. Here's how it can hurt you.

For Kotak, ING Vysya merger is like joint family moment
Uday Kotak’s success in managing his financial conglomerate — Kotak Mahindra Bank and its nine group companies — stems from practical lessons in his early life.

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Environment

Vulture culture atop coconut palms sends bird numbers soaring
Around 200 km south of Mumbai in the picturesque coastal town of Shrivardhan in Raigad district, a meticulous Vulture Conservation Centre is slowly but surely taking shape atop tall coconut trees.

18 reptile species in Western Ghats face threat
Reptile species in the Western and Eastern Ghats and South India in general are under threat of extinction, a report says.

Only 50 villages in Western Ghat of Goa eco-sensitive: Report
In a relief to over 40 villages of Goa, the state government-appointed committee has said only 50 villages fall under eco-sensitive areas (ESA) of the Western Ghats and not 99 as stated by Dr K Kasturirangan Committee.

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World

Clinton Foundation admits missteps in donor disclosure
The acting chief executive of the Clinton Foundation is acknowledging the global philanthropy made mistakes in how it disclosed its donors amid growing scrutiny as Hillary Rodham Clinton opens her presidential campaign as the presume Democratic frontrunner.

Indonesia gives 72-hour execution notice to drug traffickers
Australian leaders on Monday continued to lobby Indonesia to spare the lives of two Australians on death row despite 10 prisoners being given formal notice that they could die within days.

Kerry to see Iranian FM as nuke talks hit end phase
Secretary of state John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart will meet this week for the first time since they laid out the framework for a nuclear deal earlier this month.

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Science

Immunisation can prevent several diseases in adults
From common flu to hepatitis to cervical cancer, immunization can prevent a series of dangerous diseases in adults or reduce the intensity of others. Despite being recognized as a life saver, the practice of vaccination is yet to become commonplace in India to prevent diseases, say experts.

How earthquakes happen
Most earthquakes originate from compressional or tensional stresses built up at the margins of the huge moving plates that make up the earth's surface.

World's first malaria vaccine could be available by October
The world's first viable malaria vaccine could be available by as early as October, after final trial results showed it can potentially prevent millions of cases of the deadly disease every year.

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Sports

IPL 2015: RCB thrash Delhi Daredevils by 10 wickets
Royal Challengers Bangalore recorded a crushing 10-wicket victory over Delhi Daredevils in a 2015 Indian Premier League match at Feroz Shah Kotla.

Tendulkar, Dravid, Ganguly to find new India coach
BCCI has reportedly discussed the possibility of appointing Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid as advisors on cricketing matters.

Everton overpower United 3-0 as Chelsea close on title
Everton made a mockery of EPL table as they beat Man United 3-0 in style at Goodison Park -- their 3rd straight home win over Devils in as many seasons.

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Technology

5 smart ways to identify hackers
Read on for the most common methods used by hackers along with tips on how to avoid being duped..

Ratan Tata invests in Xiaomi
The news was first shared by Hugo Barra, vice president of international for Xiaomi and the company’s official Indian accounts on social networks.

Net neutrality: Telcos warn of six-fold hike in data tariffs
Mobile operators on Friday said that they may have to increase data tariffs by up to six times to remain viable if the proposed regulations did not offer a level-playing field with net-based services such as Skype and WhatApp.

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Education

Career Guide
Useful tips for a wise career decisions.

A decline of 4.7 lakhs in primary school enrolment in MP: UNICEF
Madhya Pradesh has seen a decline in enrolment of about 4.7 lakh students in 2013-14 in primary and upper primary classes compared to 2012-13.

Staff bodies of 30 DU colleges unite to oppose credit system
The staff association of Kirori Mal College has a valid point to make against the introduction of the choice-based credit system to Delhi University this year.

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Mumbai

suspects in kidnapping case detained
In a major breakthrough the city crime branch on Sunday have detained three suspects in connection with the kidnapping of a 21 year old son of Ghatkopar based builder, who was kidnapped and released after a month after the family reportedly paid a ransom of Rs 2 crores.

Mumbai hospital doctors upload video to show workload
A week after a doctor was roughed by a patient’s friend in Sion Hospital, its doctors are using the social media to highlight their workload.

5,000 college teachers wait for March pay
Over 5,000 degree college teachers from Mumbai region are yet to get their salaries for the month of March.

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Delhi

Delhi to send food, water to Nepal
The Delhi government has pitched in with relief material for earthquake-hit Nepal and will be sending 25,000 packets of food and 25,000 pouches of drinking water.

Shaken and stirred, but all feel lucky to be alive
After coming across unforgettable death and destruction in Kathmandu in the past 24 hours, around 2,000 Indians returned to the capital till Sunday night.

80% of Delhi's buildings won't stand a quake
Delhi is located in seismic zone 4, making it highly vulnerable to earthquakes.

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Bangalore

Watch out: Dug-up ditch awaits next victim
Indiranagar cops deny any accident on Byappanahalli Main Road on Saturday night. Hospitals in the vicinity too seem to know nothing about the incident. But broken parts of a motorcycle strewn around a trench in the middle of the poorly lit road tell another tale.

In the e-age, postman dons new roles
The telegram is dead, postcards and inland letters long forgotten, and few depend on money orders today. So, what happened to our dear postman, what is he doing? TOI finds out

Tipu's gems that fetched millions

More Bangalore News»

Hyderabad

Tollywood actress held for role in red sanders smuggling
Kurnool police on Sunday arrested budding Tollywood actress Neetu Agarwal on the charges of aiding red sanders smugglers. 

Now 24x7 supply in 'power-packed' Andhra Pradesh
From a shortage last year, Andhra Pradesh has now emerged as a power surplus state, announced energy secretary Ajay Jain.

'Repeat of previous quakes to be more deadly now'
Saturday's horrific earthquake that left hundreds of people dead in Nepal has set alarming bells ringing among disaster management experts back home.

More Hyderabad News»

Ahmedabad

Daughter plays son to mom, lights pyre
On Sunday those present at Dudheshwar crematorium witnessed a woman performing the last rites of her mother — generally performed by the son.

Ride collapses at fair, 3 including child injured
Three persons including a seven-year-old girl sustained injuries after a section of a ride collapsed at a fun fair at GMDC Ground, on Sunday night.

Investors accuse pvt firm of 4 crore fraud
A private company, with offices in 14 states and a few in major cities of Gujarat, has been accused of cheating investors of Rs 4 crore.

More Ahmedabad News»

Allahabad

Lichchavi passengers looted near Manauri
Armed dacoits looted passengers travelling in Lichchavi Express between Manauri and Bamrauli railway stations on Kanpur-Allahabad route of North Central Railway on Friday morning.

Allahabad University student sculpts 3,000 kgs hammer
Son of a poor peasant of a small village at Nagaipur of Baheria block in Allahabad proved his mettle in the first sculpture that he has made. He and five others have made a hammer weighing over 3,000 kgs.

Free wi-fi facility at Civil Lines Bus Depot soon
The Civil Lines Bus Depot of the city would become the first public place to be equipped with wi-fi services. Uttar Pradesh Road Transport Corporation, in collaboration with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has came out with the proposal to equip the depot for better internet connectivity.

More Allahabad News»

Bhubaneswar

Odisha to develop Talsari beach
The state government has decided to constitute a development authority to draw more tourists to Talsari beach in Balasore district by boosting basic amenities.

Garbage piles up in capital city
Sanitation in several parts of the city has gone for a toss for over a week now as garbage has not been lifted on a daily basis.

Maternity care centre to be revived
The historic Netaji Seva Sadan, a maternity care centre, lying defunct for the last three years, is all set to get a new lease of life.

More Bhubaneswar News»

Bhopal

STF summons 'Mr X' for recording statement
STF officer D K Tiwari went to Pandey's official residence and served him a notice asking to appear at agency's office for statements in three days.

SIT recommends action against STF, Indore cops for hiring 'Mr X'
SIT has on Friday submitted before Madhya Pradesh high court that contents of Mr X's pen drive was forged and has been done with intent to mislead the agency investigating crime.

Nepal quake shockwave felt across Madhya Pradesh
Earthquake tremors created panic in the entire state and government offices were vacated as a safety precaution.

More Bhopal News»

Chandigarh

DSGMC decide to begin langar (community kitchen ) at Kathmandu
For distribution of freshly cooked food among earthquake victims in Nepal , the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has decided to send its team to prepare food in Kathmandu and distribute among victims.

Doctors, journalists lock horns
Taking up the case of misbehaviour with the Barnala civil surgeon, principal secretary for health Vinni Mahajan has written to state chief secretary and health minister to take stern action against certain journalists.

SMC to invest Rs 7,189 crore on transportation and traffic management
Traffic and transportation system of the city is all set to get a new look as Shimla municipal corporation (SMC) has decided to spend Rs 7,189 crore out of the total estimated budget of Rs 14,696 crore - meant for their new master city development plan - for this purpose.

More Chandigarh News»

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I giorni di guerra raccontati nei diari dell'epoca. 20 NOVEMBRE 1917 - DIARIO DI MARIO FIORE
Martedì – 20 novembre – ore 8. (da M. Berico – Vicenza)
Dopo molti giorni la stazione r.t. di Pola si è risvegliata per annunciarci un piccolo successo austriaco sul massiccio del Grappa con 1100 prigionieri.
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I giorni di guerra raccontati nei diari dell'epoca. 17 AGOSTO 1918 - DIARIO INVASIONE

17 AGOSTO. - Festa natalizia del Sign. Carlo imperatore d’ Austria. Vi è stato una Messa solenne al Duomo. Il parroco fu pregato di avvisarne il popolo, e a far si che alla data ora la Chiesa fosse libera.

Ai lavoranti delle strade si accordò vacanza completa e paga intera coll’ onere d’intervento. Intervennero: ma scambiando l’ora vera colla legale, arrivarono a cose finite.

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20 NOVEMBRE 1917 - DIARIO DI MARIO FIORE
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Dopo molti giorni la stazione r.t. di Pola si è risvegliata per annunciarci un piccolo successo austriaco sul massiccio del Grappa con 1100 prigionieri.
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