Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 27, 2017 – Providenciales – A new building will be bought to house the CCTV program, more police will be hired to man that CCTV system, government will work with churches on a plan to change the downward social spiral of some of the young men in our society who are opting for a life of crime and coming is a more serious approach to rehabilitation with employment options for former offenders.These were some of the main points coming from a late day media statement by Premier Sharlene Robinson, who was criticized by some for having not yet responded to the shooting, where an Alabama man was on Friday shot in the abdomen, in a suspected robbery while walking in Grace Bay near his resort. The Turks and Caicos is a low crime destination, and that is why this sort of incident has infuriated residents who are perplexed by the consistent threat these type of reports and incidents place upon the country’s bread and butter industry, tourism.The Premier had some thanks to go around too, including to Interhealth Canada who kept Newman alive, stabilized him in order for him to be medically evacuated. Premier Robinson called on those who have information in the case to reveal it to Police and said over the next few days, weeks and months her office in tandem with Ministry of Tourism will launch an aggressive positive campaign to counter the negative news which has gone out since the shooting of Newman on Friday.Diamond Public Relations and Social Media based in Miami and Los Angeles, Magnetic Media has found, has been hired by the TCI Tourist Board to assist with this positive messaging.#MagneticMediaNews#CCTVprogram#Premieroutlinesplantocurbcrime Related Items:#CCTVprogram, #magneticmedianews, #Premieroutlinesplantocurbcrime Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Map of RajshahiTwo minor boys drowned in a pond at Hatramchandrapur Dangipara in Paba upazila on Tuesday.The deceased are Rony Ahmed, 5, son of Lokman, and Piarul Islam, 6, son of Belal of the village, reports UNB.Paba police station officer-in-charge Abul Kalam Azad said Rony and Piarul had remained missing since afternoon.After a hectic search, locals found their bodies floating in a pond near their house and recovered the bodies.An unnatural death case was filed in this connection.
Kolkata: The Indian Dental Association’s (IDA) Kolkata and the Suburban branch have started one month-long oral cancer awareness camps at 10 different places to impart knowledge on how to check oral cancer and other ailments.The IDA has already been observing ‘Oral Cancer Awareness Month’ which will continue till February 4. One of the main objectives of the programme is to ensure that people become aware on how to prevent various oral diseases. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe Republic Day celebrations turned out to be a platform for the IDA to send across a message to various sections of society. Free oral health care and cancer screening camps were held at 10 different places —Berhampore, Bhangarh, Anandapalit, Hooghly, Beniapukur, Daspur, Mandarmani, Budge Budge, Tangra and Mourigram on the Republic Day. Various kits were provided to people for free and demonstrations were done illustrating the easy methods for detection and prevention of oral cancer. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseIt may be mentioned that the Bengal chapter of the IDA has already taken up an elaborate programme vowing to fight against deadly diseases like cancer. Various branches of the IDA are organising camps at regular intervals. Dr Raju Biswas, president, IDA Kolkata and the suburban Branch, who is also the secretary of Bengal chapter of the organisation said: “With the alarming increase in tobacco consumption in the past few decades, the oral cancer has become most potential threat to mankind. The procedure to check the disease is simple but most people are not familiar with the facts. We hope to educate them with the pre-cancerous symptoms through these oral health care camps”. Dr Mousum Mondal , secretary, IDA Kolkata and suburban branch stated: “Health is a birthright for all the citizens. We hope to provide better healthcare facilities to all strata through one month-long dental and oral health care camps. We have successfully reached out to almost 1000 people on the auspicious occasion of Republic Day, teaching them ways to detect and prevent oral cancer.”