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Most common cyber crimes in UAE are fraud involving money and extortion Dubai: The number of people reporting cyber crimes has almost doubled in Dubai, according to Dubai Police. Statistics from the cyber investigation department of Dubai Police show that they received a total of 1,419 reports in 2013, 792 in 2012 and 588 in 2011. Lieutenant Colonel Saeed Al Hajiri, Director of the Cyber Investigation Department at Dubai Police, told Gulf News that the most common cybercrimes are fraud involving money and blackmail or extortion, especially sextortion.
Singapore providers can engage in tax bill deductions at 400Per cent with their once-a-year outlay on distinct adventures. Acquisition of IP proper rights and sign up of trademarks, vegetation, variations and patents kinds are 2 events into the selection of 6 prescribed ventures which the Singapore state identifies as significant investment strategies for Singapore internet businesses to bolster their competitiveness. Formerly, you may demand your complete expenses on these exercises with taxable income but Monetary budget 2011 has refined the program to make sure you declare 400Per cent, nearly $400,000 a undertaking per annum*. Which means when you spent $60,000 to find a signature from a further internet business (addressed as 1 undertaking) and used up other $40,000 in generating its subscription investment portfolio in Singapore and in another country (managed as other hobby), you can law suit $400,000 in tax bill write offs. You would possibly impact translate the income tax cons
Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) in Multiple Sclerosis – From “The Big Idea” to “The Perfect Crime”? By Christos Krogias, on behalf of EFNS and ENS, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Michel Clanet, on behalf of ECTRIMS and ENS, University of Toulouse, France Giancarlo Comi, on behalf of ENS, University Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan, Italy Ralf Gold, on behalf of ECTRIMS and EFNS, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Gian Luigi Lenzi, on behalf of EFNS, University of Rome, Italy Xavier Montalban, on behalf of ECTRIMS, University of Barcelona, Spain Per Soelberg Sørensen, on behalf of ECTRIMS and EFNS, University of Copenhagen, Denmark April 2011 Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, primarily inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system (Compston and Coles, 2008). Pathogenesis is triggered by environmental factors in combination with genetic susceptibility. Typically migration of autoreactive lymphocytes across the blood-brain barrier initiates the activation of a complex autoimmune cascade, where monocytes and microglial cells then step in and further augment tissue damage by oxidative mechanisms. The histological hallmark of the disease is a perivenous sclerotic plaque, characterised by inflammation, oligodendrocyte depletion, astrocytosis, de- and remyelination as well as subsequent axonal degeneration (Lucchinetti et al., 2000). This perivenous formation of the plaque has set the stage to introduce the hypothesis that a venous blockade may stand at the beginning of the chronic autoimmune process and may...
Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency Have we found the cause and cure of MS? Robert J. Fox, MD Alex Rae-Grant, MD Address correspondence and reprint requests to Dr. Robert J. Fox, 9500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH 44195 email@example.com Neurology® 2011;77:1 Multiple sclerosis (MS) has traditionally been considered an autoimmune disorder—an abnormal immune system attacking an otherwise healthy brain, spinal cord, or optic nerve. But even in its original description by Charcot, the perivenular predilection of MS lesions suggested a potential vascular etiology. In 1935, Tracy Putman1 reported an animal model of MS based on injecting obstructing agents into the venous sinuses. On the basis of this model he treated 74 patients with MS with the anticoagulant dicumarol, with mixed results.2 After lying dormant for over half a century, the vascular theory of MS re-emerged with a series of publications led by the Italian vascular surgeon Paolo Zamboni. He used ultrasound and catheter-based venography to describe venous insufficiency in the internal jugular veins (IJV), vertebral veins, and deep cerebral veins of patients with MS, coining the term chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI).3 Five ultrasound criteria were proposed (figure), although these have yet to be validated against a criterion standard. Using these criteria, Zamboni and colleagues reported a surprisingly high 100% sensitivity and 100% specificity in discriminating patients with MS from controls. The same group reported clinical improvements in an open-label study of catheter-based venoplasty,4 later provocatively named the liberation procedure. The public response to these reports was profound.5 Web sites, blogs, Facebook pages, and other...
Two major accidents in the past few years draw attention to some common failures in risk management as it applies to maritime operations in general and to accident prevention programs within those organizations involved. The two are Deepwater Horizon (BP oil spill – Gulf of Mexico, April 2010) and Costa Concordia (Mediterranean, January 2012). It is instructive to not only compare these events, their causes and consequences, but also to look at earlier accidents with similar characteristics that may shed light on fundamental risk management approaches and why they did not work. Some earlier accidents that others have noted include: The Montara blowout and oil spill in Australia in 2009, the IXTOC blowout and oil spill in the Mexican GOM in 1979, the EXXON Valdez in 1989, and even the Titanic in 1912. The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) conducted a major study (released in December 2011) for the Department of Interior on the Deepwater Horizon accident and concluded, in part, that safety culture and risk management deficiencies played a key role in this incident. Some of the committee members have made comments about how other similar accidents may be used to inform future improvements. Comparing Deepwater Horizon and Costa Concordia may be a logical starting point , given the following similarities are: a low probability but high consequence accident; a captain who did not appear to understand the gravity of the situation as it unfolded nor magnitude of the risk being taken; encouragement from management to take risks that result in saving time and improving the bottom line; lack of effective safety oversight of the vessel’s master from a shore‐based or industry‐wide or regulatory body; failure to fully utilize available technologies that have the ability to monitor safety problems, predict unsafe paths; warn and identify risks; etc.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) is governed by the Raleigh Durham Airport Authority (Airport Authority), a governmental body responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of the airport. The General Assembly of North Carolina chartered the Raleigh-Durham Aeronautical Authority in 1939, which would be changed in 1945 to the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority. The cities of Durham and Raleigh and the counties of Durham and Wake appoint two members each to the Airport Authority creating the eight-member Board of Directors. RDU is a very busy commercial airport served by eight major airlines and their regional partners offering service from RDU to 40 destinations. The airlines include Air Canada, AirTran, American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest Airlines, United, and U.S. Airways. Major cargo carriers at RDU include Federal Express, UPS, and DHL. The airport processed over 9 million passengers and over 98,000 tons of air cargo in 2011. It is the second largest airport in the State of North Carolina and recognized by the FAA as a medium hub airport. In January of 2011, the Airport Authority completed Terminal 2, a nearly one million square foot, state of the art, common use passenger terminal occupied by six airlines. In recent years, the Airport Authority has constructed a parking garage that offers travelers more than 11,000 parking spaces within walking distance of Terminals 1 and 2. A nearly $70 million renovation of Terminal 1 is now underway.
RACING EXHAUST SYSTEM The Akrapovič Racing system is designed for riders who demand maximum performance. Racing system is significantly lighter if compared to stock exhaust system and features exceptional production quality, hi-tech materials and of course increased engine performance combined with pure racing sound output. The Akrapovič Racing system was developed to complement the racing character of the Daytona 675 / Daytona 675R. Racing system uses stainless steel header tubes and link pipe. We offer titanium muffler outer sleeve. System is not EC Type approved and is designed for racing purpose only. PERFORMANCE stock max. increased power 119.3 / 13000 max. rear wheel power HP / rpm (measured on SuperFlow Cyle Dyn) AKRAPOVIC 124.3 / 13100 5.1 / 13100 ADDITIONAL DATA stock PERFORMANCE weight comparison (kg) AKRAPOVIC difference RACING Measurements of the Akrapovič Racing system on the Triumph Daytona 675 (without muffler insert): stock EVOLUTION - 2.9 - AKRAPOVIC 93 / 6300 EC Type approval The power increase with the Akrapovič system is substantial, and can be seen from 6500 rpm right to the top of the range. At 13100 rpm we measured 124.3 HP, with max. increased power of 5.1 HP at 13100 rpm. The system’s effect on the torque curve is similar to the power curve. The main increase starts at around 6500 rpm and continues right into the over-rev range. stock - RACING stock noise measurements (dB / rpm) Power & Torque: EVOLUTION 6 8.9 97 / 6300 NO TRIUMPH Daytona 675 ORIGINAL EXHAUST AKRAPOVIC SO with optional header set 72,5 120 110 70,0 100 67,5 65,0 80 70 62,5 60 EngTrq WhlPwr 90 60,0 50 57,5 40 55,0 30 4000 05/09/11 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 EngSpd RPM SuperFlow WinDyn™ V2.8 11000 12000 13000 14000 14:49:46 Technical specifications of Akrapovic exhaust systems and related products subject to change without notice. Product code: S-T675R1-ACT Akrapovič d.d. 2011 all rights reserved 28.06.2011
FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR RSET12BK ADJUSTABLE REARSETS FOR TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 (2008-2011) (FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 2012- START ON PAGE 5) THIS KIT CONTAINS THE ITEMS PICTURED AND LABELLED BELOW. DO NOT PROCEED UNTIL YOU ARE SURE ALL PARTS ARE PRESENT. Please note that the way the kit is packed does not necessarily represent the way of mounting to the bike THE PARTS SHOWN MAY BE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY (FOR CLARITY OF INSTRUCTIONS ONLY) LEFT HAND / GEAR SHIFT SIDE R&G Racing Unit 1, Shelley’s Lane, East Worldham, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 3AQ Tel: +44 (0)1420 89007 Fax: +44 (0)1420 87301 www.rg-racing.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 8 1 7 5 1 6 RIGHT HAND / BRAKE SIDE LEGEND ITEM 1= LEFT HAND SIDE FOOT REST ASSEMBLY (x1). ITEM 2= GEAR LEVER ASSEMBLY (x1). ITEM 3= GEAR SHIFT LINKAGE ROD (WITH BEND) (x1). ITEM 4= M6 LEFT HANDED BALL JOINT WITH NUT & SPACER (UPPER) (x1). ITEM 5= M8x20mm LONG BUTTON HEAD BOLT (x4). ITEM 6= RIGHT HAND SIDE ASSEMBLY (x1). ITEM 7= BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH (x1). ITEM 8= M8x20mm LONG BUTTON HEAD BOLT (MASTER CYLINDER MOUNT) (x2). TOOLS REQUIRED 8, 10 & 12mm spanners. 14mm socket and wrench. Long nose pliers. Set of metric allen keys up to 6mm A/F. Torque wrench up to 20Nm. TORQUE SETTINGS M4 BOLT = 8Nm M5 BOLT = 12Nm M6 BOLT = 15Nm M8 BOLT = 20Nm R&G Racing Unit 1, Shelley’s Lane, East Worldham, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 3AQ Tel: +44 (0)1420 89007 Fax: +44 (0)1420 87301 www.rg-racing.com Email: email@example.com PICTURE 1 PICTURE 2 PICTURE 3 PICTURE 5 PICTURE 4 PICTURE 6 PICTURE 7 R&G Racing recommends the use of Copper Slip anti-seize grease on all stainless steel bolts. R&G Racing Unit 1, Shelley’s Lane, East Worldham, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 3AQ Tel: +44 (0)1420 89007 Fax: +44 (0)1420 87301 www.rg-racing.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org GEAR SHIFT SIDE Remove the original Triumph rearsests. Remove the engine bolt and insert it from the otherside (from right to left) , so that the thread can be connected with the frame spacer which is part of the gear lever assembly (item 2), as shown in pictures 1 & 2. Connect the shift side-footrest assembly to the frame using two M8 x 20mm long button head bolts (item 5). Assemble the bent gear linkage rod (item 3) to the gear box arm. Note that the bend on the rod should be at the bottom and that there is a spacer between the gear linkage rod and the gear box arm as shown in pictures 3 & 4. The top thread in the gear linkage arm has a left handed thread. Connect the gear lever and the gear linkage rod in one of the threaded holes of the gear lever. According to the position of the gear linkage rod, you can have either the normal shift pattern (1down – 5 up) or the race shift pattern (1up – 5down), as shown in pictures 5 & 6. Bolt on the gear lever and the bush onto the engine bolt.
Анет Шаван, бивши немачки савезни министар образовања, је морала да поднесе оставку у фебруару 2013. године, након што је доказано да је плагирала докторат. Исту судбину је 2011. године доживео и Карл-Теодор зу Гутенберг, тадашњи немачки министар одбране и најближи сарадник канцеларке Ангеле Меркел. У Мађарској се сличан случај десио са бившим председником Пал Шмитом 2010. године.
Export von Catia - Dateien in das STL-Format und Verfeinern der 3D-Genauigkeit Stand 05/2011 Catia V5 © 2009 TutorialJanker, überarbeitet Dipl.-Ing. (FH) F. Schneider Sebastian Export von Catia - Dateien email@example.com www.me.hm.edu/rpm-lab Rapid Prototyping und Manufacturing Labor Einführung Um ein STL- zu generieren bietet CATIA V5 zwei Wege an: Sie können das CATPart sofort über den Aufruf Datei > Sichern unter abspeichern, aber nur mit minimaler Einflussnahme auf die STL Genauigkeit, die hier nur bei den Grafikoptionen eigestellt werden kann (einfacher Weg) >>> Dieser wird hier beschrieben <<< Die Zweite Möglichkeit ist die Erstellung eines STL- Files über die Workbench STL Rapid Prototyping die Sie unter START> NC- Bearbeitung finden. Mit dieser Workbench haben sie eine Vielzahl an Möglichkeit bis hin zur Reparatur der Dreiecksvernetzung (komplexer Weg). Eine ausführliche Anleitung hierfür gibt es in der CATIA Dokumentation. Falls die Doku nicht Installiert ist, können sie die STL Rapid Prototyping Dokumentation auch als komplettes PDF unter http://cadm.zut.edu.pl/pub/catia/stlprototyping%20%28ang%29.pdf herunterladen. Tutorial Export von Catia - Dateien firstname.lastname@example.org www.me.hm.edu/rpm-lab Rapid Prototyping und Manufacturing Labor Vorbemerkung In Catia V5 ist der Export in das STL-Format, bei dem einfachen Weg, nur in der Arbeitsumgebung „Part Design“ möglich. Wenn das Modell in der Arbeitsumgebung „Assembly Design“ zusammengesetzt wurde, muss dieses erst in ein Part umgewandelt werden: a) gesamtes „Produkt“ im Baum markieren b) Menü Tools > „CATPart aus Produkt generieren“ öffnen c) neue Teile Nr. vergeben und auf „OK“ klicken ( „Alle Körper der….“nicht ankreuzen ) Alle folgenden Seiten dieses TUTORIUM beziehen sich auf die Arbeitsumgebung „Part Design“ Tutorial Export von Catia - Dateien email@example.com www.me.hm.edu/rpm-lab