Photographer Nedhal Nooh detained

first_img May 18, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Photographer Nedhal Nooh detained News Organisation Photographer Nedhal Nooh, a member of the Bahrain Society of Photography, was detained after being interrogated in Riffa (the country’s second largest city, to the south of the capital). He was freed four weeks later, on 16 June. center_img Help by sharing this information RSF_en last_img

Global Customer Success Platforms Markets, 2021-2025 – Growing Demand for Advance Analytical-Based Solutions to…

first_img WhatsApp Global Customer Success Platforms Markets, 2021-2025 – Growing Demand for Advance Analytical-Based Solutions to Monitor Customer Scores and Reduce Churn Rates – Pinterest Twitter DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 25, 2021– The “Customer Success Platforms Market by Component, Application (Sales and Marketing Optimization, Risk and Compliance Management, Reporting and Analytics), Deployment Mode, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to’s offering. The global customer success platforms market size is expected to grow from USD 1.0 billion in 2020 to USD 2.5 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 20.4% during the forecast period. Customer success platforms are used by organizations to create unique, 360-degree view of customers based on data captured from multiple channels, including offline as well as online channels, such as mobile, web, CRM, social media, third-party apps, and email. Such solutions have applications in numerous areas, including sales and marketing management, CEM, risk and compliance management, and revenue management. COVID-19 is disrupting the world, businesses, and economies, thus impacting the livelihood of people, their interaction, and the way they manage their businesses. The ability to sustain is becoming the new normal for enterprises as they are shifting their focus from growth opportunities to the implementation of drastic measures for mitigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The competition among major customer success platforms companies is expected to be furious as most upcoming AI and analytics projects are kept on hold due to the pandemic. Hence, several companies would fight to gain a single project. Businesses are trying to return back to normal and facing multiple challenges on the customer as well as the operational side. Meeting customer expectations in terms of optimizing processes, increasing security concerns due to various voice-related recording systems and networks, growing network connectivity issues, and declining industrial and manufacturing operations are some of the key business challenges. New practices such as work from home and social distancing are creating the need for remote monitoring, smart payment technologies, and building digital infrastructure for large-scale deployments. With a sudden surge in remote workers, there is an increase in the demand for advanced customer success platforms and services to effectively store and safeguard a huge amount of customer data. Key Topics Covered: 1 Introduction 2 Research Methodology 3 Executive Summary 4 Premium Insights 4.1 Attractive Opportunities in the Customer Success Platforms Market 4.2 Market: Top 3 Application 4.3 Market: by Component and Top 3 Vertical 5 Market Overview 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Market Dynamics 5.2.1 Drivers Advent of Cloud Computing in Customer Success Growing Demand for Advance Analytical-Based Solutions to Monitor Customer Scores and Reduce Churn Rates Increasing Data Volume Due to Growing Digitalization Rising Need to Plan Better Customer Engagement Strategies Through Omnichannel 5.2.2 Restraints Data Aggregation and Synchronization from Multiple Silos Data Privacy Laws and Protection of Customer Data from Cyberattacks and Breaches 5.2.3 Opportunities Emergence of AI and Ml to Better Monitor Customer Journey Increasing Investments by Startups in Identifying Growth Opportunities 5.2.4 Challenges Data Security and Privacy Concerns Difficulty in Synchronizing Cx Data Collected from Different Touchpoints Within Different Domains Extensive Time Required for Creating Promotional Marketing Campaigns 5.2.5 Cumulative Growth Analysis 5.3 Customer Success Process 5.4 Case Study Analysis 5.4.1 Introduction Use Case: Scenario 1 Use Case: Scenario 2 Use Case: Scenario 3 Use Case: Scenario 4 5.5 Patent Analysis 5.6 Supply Chain Analysis 5.7 Technology Analysis 5.7.1 Customer Success Platforms and Artificial Intelligence 5.7.2 Customer Success Platforms and Predictive Analytics 5.8 Regulatory Compliances 5.8.1 General Data Protection Regulation 5.8.2 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 5.8.3 Governance, Risk, and Compliance 5.8.4 European Union Data Protection Regulation 5.8.5 Can-Spam Act 5.9 Pricing Model Analysis 5.10 Porter’s Five Force Analysis 6 Customer Success Platforms Market: COVID-19 Impact Companies MentionedAkitaAmityAppsforopsArmaticBolstraCatalystChurnzeroCiscoClientshareClientsuccessCustifyCustomersuccessboxFreshworksGainsightHubspotIntercomPlanhatSalesforceSalesmachineSmartkarrotStrikedeckTotangoUseriqWalkmeWootricZoominfo For more information about this report visit View source version on CONTACT: Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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Delhi High Court Grants Interim Protection From Arrest To Journalist Varun Hiremath Accused Of Rape

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi High Court Grants Interim Protection From Arrest To Journalist Varun Hiremath Accused Of Rape Shreya Agarwal9 April 2021 12:13 AMShare This – xA single judge bench of Justice Mukta Gupta today granted interim protection from arrest to Mumbai TV journalist Varun Hiremath who has been accused in a rape case, on the condition that he shall join the investigation whenever required. A Delhi Court earlier issued non-bailable warrant against Hiremath, with the police moving a file before the Delhi Police Headquarters for a proposed…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA single judge bench of Justice Mukta Gupta today granted interim protection from arrest to Mumbai TV journalist Varun Hiremath who has been accused in a rape case, on the condition that he shall join the investigation whenever required. A Delhi Court earlier issued non-bailable warrant against Hiremath, with the police moving a file before the Delhi Police Headquarters for a proposed reward announcement on his arrest.In March, a Delhi Court had rejected his anticipatory bail application in the rape case of a 22-year old, observing, “So far as the question about consent or no consent, if the woman states in her evidence before court that she did not consent, the court shall presume that she did not consent.”Hiremath was accused of raping a 22 year old woman in the national capital in an FIR lodged in the Chanakyapuri Police Station. The order rejecting his bail application was passed by Additional Sessions Judge Sanjay Khanagwal.Hiremath was anticipating arrest under the FIR lodged by a Pune-based for allegations under S. 376 (punishment for rape), S. 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement) and S. 509 (insulting modesty of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code.The Delhi Police had also issued a lookout circular against him, barring him from leaving the country.The two allegedly came to know each other through the online dating app, “Tinder”, and allegedly developed a sexual relationship thereafter. The two then met in Khan Market in Delhi in February, after which they went to the ITC Maurya hotel, where the alleged incident took place.Varun Hiremath was represented by Mr . Kapil Sibal Sr Adv, Mr Vijay Aggarwal, briefed by team of Karanjawala & Co. comprising of Mr. Sandeep Kapur, Mr. Rajat Soni, Ms. Niharika Karanjawala, Ms. Apoorva Pandey , Mr. G G Kashyap and Mr. K Sharat.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Andre Hill did not appear to pose any threat before he was shot, officer tells investigators

first_imgFacebookBy MEREDITH DELISO and ANDY FIES, ABC News(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — An officer at the scene of a police-involved shooting in Columbus, Ohio, last week told investigators Andre Hill did not appear to pose any threat before he was shot and killed, according to records released Tuesday.Officer Amy Detweiler also told police investigators that Hill, a Black man, didn’t say anything as he approached officers from a garage and that she didn’t see a weapon, records from the Columbus Division of Police show.According to Detweiler, her then-partner, Adam Coy, yelled, “There’s a gun in his other hand, there’s a gun in his other hand,” before firing. Hill was unarmed, investigators said.The interview sheds some new light on what led up to the fatal incident on Dec. 22. Coy didn’t activate his body camera until just after the shooting. But the camera’s “look back” technology enables it to record 60 seconds of silent video before being turned on. Detweiler’s account reveals at least some of the interaction with Hill during that minute.Hill was shot after officers were dispatched to a “non-emergency” disturbance call from a neighbor who allegedly saw a man sitting in an SUV for an extended period of time turning his car on and off, according to the Columbus Department of Public Safety.Detweiler told investigators she treated the incident as a “suspicious person run,” and that both she and Coy had their guns drawn when Hill was inside the darkened garage. Hill was not attempting to enter the home, she told investigators, and “she was concerned why Mr. Hill was inside the garage.”Coy asked Hill to leave the garage, and Hill compiled, Detweiler told investigators.“Officer Detweiler stated Mr. Hill was walking towards her with a cell phone raised in his left hand,” according to the investigation records. “Officer Detweiler stated she did not observe any threats from Mr. Hill.”When Hill reached the rear bumper of the car inside the garage, he turned towards Coy and brought down his left hand, according to Detweiler, who told investigators she could not see Hill’s right side.“Officer Detweiler stated she did not see a weapon,” the investigation report stated.But then, Coy yelled, “There’s a gun in his other hand,” and Detweiler “heard gunfire at this moment,” the report said.In footage from the body-worn camera’s “look back” function, Hill is seen coming out of a garage with a cellphone in his left hand and his right hand obscured before Coy opens fire.Hill, 47, died from multiple gunshot wounds, the Franklin County Coroner said Monday.Columbus Public Safety Director Ned Pettus Jr. terminated Coy on Monday, writing in his ruling that “known facts do not establish that this use of deadly force was objectively reasonable.”Pettus said Coy didn’t try to deescalate the situation before shooting Hill. After the shooting, Coy didn’t render aid or ensure that others did, according to Pettus.Coy, a 19-year veteran of the Columbus Division of Police, was not interviewed as part of the Columbus Division of Police’s administrative investigation “to preserve the integrity of an ongoing criminal investigation,” according to the records. The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is currently conducting an investigation.Coy did not appear at a disciplinary hearing that preceded his termination. His criminal defense attorney told ABC News Monday that Coy does not have any comment at this time. Coy has not publicly commented on the incident.Detweiler was sworn in as a Columbus police officer in December 2011, according to employment records. It is unclear from the records how long she had been Coy’s partner.ABC News’ Emily Shapiro and Douglas Lantz contributed to this report.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more


first_img Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. PeopleOn 12 Nov 2002 in Personnel Today Christine Littler has been appointed head of HR and training at NCN ExpressParcels. Littler has more than 16 years’ experience in the overnight parcelsector, having spent 14 years with Nightspeed Services working through a numberof positions. In her new role, she will be responsible for the HR and trainingfunction focusing on employment law, employee relations and managementdevelopment. The company operates in the parcels sector of transport anddistribution. Law firm Dickinson Dees has recruited Simon Cassidy (pictured) as its newhead of HR. Cassidy is a graduate in psychology and has previously heldpersonnel and training roles at Northern Rock, Girobank and Darlington Collegeof Technology. The company has doubled in size over the last four years and amajor area of Cassidy’s role will be to ensure HR is represented in thestrategic framework. His remit will also include drawing up a clearlydocumented HR strategy. Richard Lockley has joined the HR department at pub chain Greene King. Hewill be the new training manager and will assume responsibility for themanagers in training scheme. Prior to joining the company, Lockley was thetraining and development manager for the retail division of Scottish &Newcastle. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

Does your HR department need a solid HR software solution?

first_img Comments are closed. How does your organisation cope with the increasing demands on HR? The right software can facilitate your HR department and ease the pressure. But which systems suits your organisation best?This free information pack helps you to select and compare the best HR and Payroll solutions in the UK.The info pack will provide you with:Information on a tailored selection of HR solutionsAn extensive features checklistAn online interactive comparison toolInteresting literature on HR software implementationsA great service to get you started, 100% independent and free of obligations.Request your free HR software info pack now By registering for this information pack you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and to SelectHRM contacting you in relation to this bespoke report and its content. You also confirm that you have read our privacy policy and our cookie policy.First Name*Last Name*Email Address* Previous Article Next Article Telephone Number*Company Name*Address Line 1*Address Line 2*Postcode*Job Title*HR ManagerHR DirectorHR OfficerHR AdministratorHR ConsultantTraining/development ManagerTraining/development DirectorTraining/development OfficerTraining/development AdministratorTraining/development ConsultantTrainerMarketingLine managerCEO/MDOtherStudentUnemployedJournalistResearcherIf other please specifyCompany Size*1-45-910-1920-4950-99100-199200-499500-9991000-19992000-29993000-49995000-9999>10000Personnel Today Group may also contact you in the future about new products, events and services unless you object to receiving such messages by ticking the box below. Personnel Today will not pass your details onto any other third parties. Features list 2021 – submitting content to Personnel TodayOn this page you will find details of how to submit content to Personnel Today. We do not publish a…center_img Related posts: promoted Tick here Does your HR department need a solid HR software solution?On 1 Nov 2016 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Towards an energy budget for krill: The physiology and biochemistry of Euphausia superba Dana

first_imgPublished data on the oxygen consumption, nitrogen excretion, feeding, growth and moulting physiology of the Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, are reviewed with particular reference to experimental methodology and the value of the data for the construction of an energy budget. It is concluded that the relationship between basal oxygen consumption (QO2, in ml h-1) and wet weight (W, in grams) can be described by the relationship QO2=0.0813 W0.88, that filtration rates in krill are high (but possibly reduced in dense swarms), and growth of adult krill in summer is about 2 mm per week. Using these data a preliminary energy budget has been constructed for adult krill at South Georgia in summer. This budget highlights the lack of data on the energetic costs of swimming and feeding in krill, and also the environmental and behavioural data necessary for the extrapolation of an individual energy budget to a swarm or whole population. This preliminary budget suggests a daily energy intake for male krill in summer of about 5% body weight per day. A minimal estimate of the cost of reproduction in female krill from the energy content of the ovary suggests that in a maturing female energy intake can be in excess of 6% body weight per day.last_img read more

McCambridge axes failing own-label sites

first_imgMcCambridge has announced that it intends to close two of its own-label division factories as part of its strategy to streamline the business.Group commercial director Neil Fraser said Lisa Bakery in Oldham, which produces predominantly Swiss- and mini rolls, and William Lusty in Heywood, Lancashire, which manufactures slab cakes, have “physical constraints” that do not facilitate economic growth. “It is proposed to transfer the production at these sites to other north west-based manufacturing facilities within the own-label division of the McCambridge group,” said Fraser. “We’re not walking away from these products, we’re just going to move them, and obviously this will require staffing at the other sites.”last_img

United Biscuits reveals environmental progress

first_imgUnited Biscuits (UB) has claimed 2011 was its most environmentally friendly year. According to the company, it sent no waste to landfill from its manufacturing sites during 2011, reduced water usage by up to 12%, and reduced carbon emissions by 6%, meeting its self-imposed sustainability targets.UB said it had also reduced water usage by 43% since 2007, reduced the carbon impact of its packaging by 15% since 2003, taken 18 million lorry miles off the road since 2005 and is using 100% sustainable palm oil.UB brand McVitie’s has recently launched a recycling scheme, McVitie’s Biscuit Wrapper Brigade, where consumers can post off their used biscuit wrappers to be recycled by TerraCycle.Jeff van der Eems, chair of UB’s Sustainability Committee, said: “UB’s strong work to minimise our impact on the environment is consistent with our core values and sits perfectly alongside our efforts to drive sustainability in everything we do, including our positive actions on health and nutrition, and people and the community.”last_img read more


first_img May 15, 2002 Regular News Dignity in Law Just as the concept of pumping more money into the public educational system continues to be pursued (by the NEA, et al., and the legislature) as a serious solutional approach to rectifying the core deficiencies of that system ( e.g., the yearly production of a highly illiterate student population at all levels) in the face of no solid evidence supporting such an approach, so, in like manner, do I suggest the bankruptcy of the Bar’s idea that spending some $750,000 or the like will make the slightest dent in the general public’s negative perception of lawyers and the practice of law.No one, myself included, doubts that the Bar membership’s thousands of pro bono hours expended each year merit being brought to the attention of the public beyond the recipients of such work. (Caveat: Is the Bar willing to be candid enough about pro bono to point out that such “donation” of time is effectively mandatory in Florida, no matter the Florida Supreme Court’s characterization otherwise?) Likewise, it cannot be said that the average citizen has little, if any, understanding of the range of service areas encompassed by legal practice. But I suggest the Bar could have daily public-service announcements on every major TV network, in prime time, and regular, featured coverage in the leading newspapers; yet, the embedded image of the attorney in the mind of most citizens would (and will) remain that of the trial attorney and to state that that is not a favorable image is to define understatement.The proposed “Dignity in Law” campaign will never have enough money or other resources to overcome the widespread perception that lawyers are shark-like and avaricious professionals and that the ones actually identified with the unending asbestos, breast-implant, tobacco, anti-Microsoft, etc., lawsuits are but representative of the majority of this licensed class of citizen. My heavens! The wheels of the derailed Amtrak/AutoTrain cars had hardly stopped spinning before “the lawyers” were in court with a class-action filing. Does the Bar leadership think this is a commendable practice? You won’t find one in 100 citizens who thinks so. And the Bar won’t change that ratio by trying to put a “dignity” spin on such attack-dog behavior.The Bar’s money could be better spent in beefing up the enforcement of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Ted Baumgardner Winter ParkI read your article “Bar to Launch ‘Dignity in Law’ Campaign” in the April 15 News dealing with funding an initiative to change public perception of attorneys. In the same issue there is a proposed ethics advisory opinion answering the question as to whether an attorney may ethically extract $25,000 in additional fees from a husband and wife by separating rather than aggregating their claims from the same injury accident.We need to ask ourselves if the reputation of our profession is not well deserved and whether fundamental changes need to be made as opposed to a campaign to change public perception. James D. Francis Jacksonville Letters-to-the-Editorlast_img read more