Maryland State Police Aviation Command Helicopter Performs Aerial Hoist Rescue of Injured Swimmer from Swallow Falls in Youghiogheny River

Maryland State Police News Release

July 24, 2021

(OAKLAND, MD) – Maryland State Police rescued a swimmer who was injured Friday in Garrett County.

Shortly after 5 p.m. on Friday, Maryland State Police Helicopter Trooper 5, based at Cumberland Airport, was dispatched to perform an aerial hoist rescue of a victim who sustained a head injury after slipping on a rock. Due to the steep terrain, extended extraction time, and the nature of the victim’s injuries, a Maryland State Police Aviation Command helicopter was requested by SYSCOM through Garret County Fire and Rescue to perform an aerial hoist rescue.

The Trooper 5 helicopter crew launched and once on scene, configured for an aerial hoist rescue while the pilots maneuvered the AW-139 helicopter into a steady 275-foot hover position above the river. Garrett County Fire and Rescue personnel provided patient care during the ground operations and assisted in preparing the patient.

The Trooper/Rescue Technician with medical equipment was lowered down to the scene to assess and prepare the patient for an aerial extraction using a Patient Extrication Platform (PEP) bag. The patient accompanied by the Trooper/Rescue Technician was hoisted up to the helicopter. Once the patient was secured inside the aircraft, Trooper 5 transitioned to its medevac role and provided advanced level medical care while enroute to J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital Morgantown, WV.

The Maryland State Police Aviation Command has served Maryland citizens since 1970, and operates a fleet of ten helicopters from seven bases throughout Maryland on a 24/7/365 basis. Missions include medevac, law enforcement, search and rescue, homeland security, and disaster assessment. The success of rescues performed by the Aviation Command depends a great deal on the cooperative effort of local fire, rescue, EMS and law enforcement.

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CONTACT: Lieutenant Nathan Wheelock – Commander, Helicopter Field Operations – 410-238-5804 or Lance Wood – Deputy, Director of Aviation – 410-238-5802                                                                                                                                                        



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St. Albans Barracks // DUI – Drugs; Possession of cocaine and heroin

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

NEWS RELEASE

       

CASE#:21A202595

RANK/TROOPER FULL NAME: Trooper Josh Hansell                          

STATION: St Albans                     

CONTACT#: 802-524-5993

 

DATE/TIME: 07/23/2021 at approximately 12:02

INCIDENT LOCATION: Main Street, Fairfax

VIOLATION: DUI – Drugs; Possession of cocaine and heroin

 

ACCUSED: Duane Cross                                                

AGE: 46

CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Milton, VT

 

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

On 07/23/2021 at approximately 12:02 hours, the Vermont State Police received a report of an individual acting erratically, taking off his shirt and doing push-ups in the parking lot of the Steeple Market, Fairfax Troopers responded to the call, and identified Duane Cross (age 46 of Milton) as the operator of the vehicle. Subsequent to investigation, Cross was placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI-Drugs and possession of cocaine and heroin, and transported to the Vermont State Police – St Albans Barracks for processing. Boucher was released on a citation to appear in Franklin County District Court on July 26, 2021 at 13:00 hours to answer to the above charges.

 

COURT ACTION: Yes

COURT DATE/TIME: 07/26/2021 at 13:00          

COURT: Franklin County District Court

LODGED – LOCATION: N/A    

BAIL: N/A

MUG SHOT: Yes

 

*Please note:  court date and time are subject to change at the discretion of

the court. Please call the criminal court clerk to confirm arraignment time.

 

 

Trooper Josh Hansell

Vermont State Police – St. Albans Barracks

140 Fisher Pond Road

St. Albans, VT 05478

P: 802-524-5993

F: 802-527-1150

Email: Joshua.Hansell@vermont.gov

 


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St. Albans Barracks / DUI – Drugs; Possession of cocaine heroin Update

The correct case number is 21A202733 and the original press release did not contain the photograph of the defendant.

 

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

NEWS RELEASE

       

CASE#: 21A202733

RANK/TROOPER FULL NAME: Trooper Josh Hansell                          

STATION: St Albans                     

CONTACT#: 802-524-5993

 

DATE/TIME: 07/23/2021 at approximately 12:02

INCIDENT LOCATION: Main Street, Fairfax

VIOLATION: DUI – Drugs; Possession of cocaine and heroin

 

ACCUSED: Duane Cross                                                

AGE: 46

CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Milton, VT

 

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

On 07/23/2021 at approximately 12:02 hours, the Vermont State Police received a report of an individual acting erratically, taking off his shirt and doing push-ups in the parking lot of the Steeple Market, Fairfax Troopers responded to the call, and identified Duane Cross (age 46 of Milton) as the operator of the vehicle. Subsequent to investigation, Cross was placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI-Drugs and possession of cocaine and heroin, and transported to the Vermont State Police – St Albans Barracks for processing. Boucher was released on a citation to appear in Franklin County District Court on July 26, 2021 at 13:00 hours to answer to the above charges.

 

COURT ACTION: Yes

COURT DATE/TIME: 07/26/2021 at 13:00          

COURT: Franklin County District Court

LODGED – LOCATION: N/A    

BAIL: N/A

MUG SHOT: Yes

 

*Please note:  court date and time are subject to change at the discretion of

the court. Please call the criminal court clerk to confirm arraignment time.

 

 

 

Trooper Josh Hansell

Vermont State Police – St. Albans Barracks

140 Fisher Pond Road

St. Albans, VT 05478

P: 802-524-5993

F: 802-527-1150

Email: Joshua.Hansell@vermont.gov

 


Source: EIN Presswire

Record 121 NBA and WNBA Players to Compete in 2020 Tokyo Olympics

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A record 121 NBA (www.NBA.com) and WNBA players are featured on national team rosters for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. The men’s and women’s 5×5 competitions will feature a record 49 current NBA players and a record 29 current WNBA players, as well as 16 former NBA and 22 former WNBA players. The inaugural 3×3 basketball tournament features four current and one former WNBA player.

The previous records for current NBA and WNBA players in the Olympics were 46 and 26, respectively, at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Outside of the U.S., Nigeria has the most current NBA players on its roster with eight, followed by Australia with seven and France with six. Eleven of the 12 teams competing in the men’s tournament have at least one current NBA player, and national team rosters include 13 players who have been NBA All-Stars.

Twenty-seven NBA teams are represented in the men’s 5×5 competition, with the Miami Heat featuring a league-high four players. The Dallas Mavericks, Denver Nuggets, Milwaukee Bucks and Utah Jazz each have three players competing.

In the women’s 5×5 competition, outside the U.S., Australia has the most current WNBA players with five followed by Canada and Spain with three each. Eight of the 12 teams in the women’s tournament have at least one current WNBA player, and 10 of the 12 WNBA teams are represented on national team rosters. The Phoenix Mercury and Seattle Storm lead with five players each, followed by the Minnesota Lynx with four players.

The inaugural women’s 3×3 basketball tournament is being held from July 24-28 and features five current and former WNBA players.

In addition, 29 players on Olympic rosters have NBA G League experience, including a league-high six on Nigeria. France and Japan each feature four players who played in the NBA’s official minor league.

Francisco Cáffaro of the Argentina Men’s National Team and Han Xu of the China Women’s National Team become the first NBA Academy participants to make an Olympic roster. Cáffaro, who was a member of the University of Virginia’s NCAA championship team in 2019, attended NBA Global Academy in Canberra, Australia. Han, who attended NBA Academy Shandong in China, became the first NBA Academy participant to be drafted into the WNBA or NBA when she was selected 14th overall in the 2019 WNBA Draft.

In addition, 45 players on Olympic men’s and women’s rosters participated in Basketball Without Borders (BWB), including Danilo Gallinari (Atlanta Hawks; Italy; BWB Global 2003), Han (New York Liberty; China; BWB Global 2018), Marc Gasol (Los Angeles Lakers; Spain; BWB Europe 2003) and Rui Hachimura (Washington Wizards; Japan; BWB Global 2016).  BWB is the NBA and FIBA’s global basketball development and community outreach program that has seen 79 former campers drafted into the NBA or signed as free agents since 2001 and five former campers drafted into the WNBA since 2019.

Below please find a complete list of current NBA players on 2020 Olympic 5×5 rosters*:

*As of July 24, 2021 (all rosters subject to change)

Country

First Name

Last Name

NBA Team

Argentina

Facundo

Campazzo*

Denver Nuggets

Argentina

Gabriel

Deck*

Oklahoma City Thunder

Argentina

Luca

Vildoza*

New York Knicks

Australia

Aron

Baynes

Toronto Raptors

Australia

Matthew

Dellavedova

Cleveland Cavaliers**

Australia

Dante

Exum

Houston Rockets

Australia

Josh

Green*

Dallas Mavericks

Australia

Joe

Ingles

Utah Jazz

Australia

Patty

Mills

San Antonio Spurs

Australia

Matisse

Thybulle

Philadelphia 76ers

Czech Republic

Tomas

Satoransky*

Chicago Bulls

France

Nicolas

Batum*

Free Agent

France

Evan

Fournier

Boston Celtics

France

Rudy

Gobert

Utah Jazz

France

Timothé

Luwawu-Cabarrot

Brooklyn Nets

France

Frank

Ntilikina*

New York Knicks

France

Vincent

Poirier

Philadelphia 76ers**

Germany

Isaac

Bonga*

Washington Wizards

Germany

Moritz

Wagner

Orlando Magic

Italy

Danilo

Gallinari*

Atlanta Hawks

Italy

Nico

Mannion

Golden State Warriors

Italy

Nicolò

Melli

Dallas Mavericks**

Japan

Rui

Hachimura*

Washington Wizards

Japan

Yuta

Watanabe

Toronto Raptors

Nigeria

Precious

Achiuwa

Miami Heat

Nigeria

Chimezie

Metu

Sacramento Kings

Nigeria

Jordan

Nwora

Milwaukee Bucks

Nigeria

Jahlil

Okafor

Detroit Pistons

Nigeria

Josh

Okogie

Minnesota Timberwolves

Nigeria

KZ

Okpala

Miami Heat

Nigeria

Miye

Oni

Utah Jazz

Nigeria

Nnamdi

Vincent

Miami Heat

Slovenia

Vlatko

Čančar

Denver Nuggets

Slovenia

Luka

Dončić

Dallas Mavericks

Spain

Marc

Gasol*

Los Angeles Lakers

Spain

Willy

Hernangómez*

New Orleans Pelicans

Spain

Ricky

Rubio

Minnesota Timberwolves

United States

Bam

Adebayo

Miami Heat

United States

Devin

Booker

Phoenix Suns

United States

Kevin

Durant

Brooklyn Nets

United States

Jerami

Grant

Detroit Pistons

United States

Draymond

Green

Golden State Warriors

United States

Jrue

Holiday

Milwaukee Bucks

United States

Keldon

Johnson

San Antonio Spurs

United States

Zach

LaVine

Chicago Bulls

United States

Damian

Lillard

Portland Trail Blazers

United States

JaVale

McGee

Denver Nuggets

United States

Khris

Middleton

Milwaukee Bucks

United States

Jayson

Tatum

Boston Celtics

*Participated in Basketball Without Borders (BWB)

**Appeared on an NBA roster during 2020-21 season

Below please find a complete list of former NBA players on 2020 Olympic 5×5 rosters*:

*As of July 24, 2021 (all rosters subject to change)

Country

First Name

Last Name

Argentina

Nicolás

Brussino

Argentina

Patricio

Garino*

Argentina

Nicolás

Laprovittola

Argentina

Luis

Scola

Czech Republic

Jan

Vesely

France

Nando

De Colo

France

Guerschon

Yabusele

Iran

Hamed

Haddadi

Nigeria

Ekpe

Udoh

Slovenia

Zoran

Dragić

Slovenia

Mike

Tobey

Spain

Alex

Abrines

Spain

Victor

Claver*

Spain

Rudy

Fernández

Spain

Pau

Gasol

Spain

Sergio

Rodríguez*

*Participated in Basketball Without Borders (BWB)

Below please find a complete list of current WNBA players on 2020 Olympic 5×5 rosters*:

*As of July 24, 2021 (all rosters subject to change)

Country

First Name

Last Name

WNBA Team

Australia

Rebecca

Allen

New York Liberty

Australia

Ezi

Magbegor*

Seattle Storm

Australia

Leilani

Mitchell

Washington Mystics

Australia

Alanna

Smith

Phoenix Mercury

Australia

Stephanie

Talbot

Seattle Storm

Belgium

Julie

Allemand

Indiana Fever**

Belgium

Emma

Meesseman

Free Agent

Canada

Natalie

Achonwa

Minnesota Lynx

Canada

Bridget

Carleton

Minnesota Lynx

Canada

Kia

Nurse

Phoenix Mercury

China

Xu

Han*

New York Liberty**

France

Marine

Johannes

New York Liberty**

France

Gabby

Williams

Los Angeles Sparks**

Republic of Korea

JiSu

Park

Las Vegas Aces

Spain

Maite

Cazorla

Atlanta Dream**

Spain

Maria

Conde

Chicago Sky**

Spain

Astou

Ndour

Chicago Sky

United States

Ariel

Atkins

Washington Mystics

United States

Sue

Bird

Seattle Storm

United States

Tina

Charles

Washington Mystics

United States

Napheesa

Collier

Minnesota Lynx

United States

Skylar

Diggins-Smith

Phoenix Mercury

United States

Sylvia

Fowles

Minnesota Lynx

United States

Chelsea

Gray

Las Vegas Aces

United States

Brittney

Griner

Phoenix Mercury

United States

Jewell

Loyd

Seattle Storm

United States

Breanna

Stewart

Seattle Storm

United States

Diana

Taurasi

Phoenix Mercury

United States

A’ja

Wilson

Las Vegas Aces

*Participated in Basketball Without Borders (BWB)

**Under contract with WNBA team but did not report to training camp this season

Below please find a complete list of former WNBA players on 2020 Olympic 5×5 rosters*:

*As of July 24, 2021 (all rosters subject to change)

Country

First Name

Last Name

Australia

Cayla

George

Australia

Tess

Madgen

Australia

Jenna

O’Hea

Australia

Marianna

Tolo

Belgium

Kim

Mestdagh

Belgium

Ann

Wauters

Canada

Kayla

Alexander

Canada

Miranda

Ayim

Canada

Nirra

Fields

Canada

Kim

Gaucher

Canada

Nayo

Raincock-Ekunwe

China

Ting

Shao

France

Sandrine

Gruda

France

Endy

Miyem

Nigeria

Adaora

Elonu

Nigeria

Ify

Ibekwe

Nigeria

Victoria

Macaulay

Puerto Rico

Jazmon

Gwathmey

Puerto Rico

Jennifer

O’Neill

Serbia

Jelena

Brooks

Serbia

Ana

Dabovic

Serbia

Sonja

Vasic

Below please find a complete list of current WNBA players on 2020 Olympic 3×3 rosters*:

*As of July 24, 2021 (all rosters subject to change)

Country

First Name

Last Name

WNBA Team

United States

Stefanie

Dolson

Chicago Sky

United States

Allisha

Gray

Dallas Wings

United States

Kelsey

Plum

Las Vegas Aces

United States

Jackie

Young

Las Vegas Aces

Below please find a complete list of former WNBA players on 2020 Olympic 3×3 rosters*:

*As of July 24, 2021 (all rosters subject to change)

Country

First Name

Last Name

Romania

Gabriela

Marginean

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Media Contact:

Aaron Stewart

NBA

astewart@nba.com

212-407-8982

Ron Howard

WNBA

rhoward@nba.com

212-407-8641


Source: EIN Presswire

Collagen Market Globally is Anticipated to Reach USD 7.73 Billion by 2027; Says Accurize Market Research

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Collagen market globally is anticipated to reach USD 7.73 billion by 2027; growing at a CAGR of 7.2% by Revenue and 5.3% by Volume from 2020 to 2027.

Collagen Market Globally is Anticipated to Reach USD 7.73 Billion by 2027.”

— Rakesh Kumar Singh

PATNA, BIHAR, INDIA, BIHAR, INDIA, July 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Collagen market globally is anticipated to reach USD 7.73 billion by 2027; growing at a CAGR of 7.2% from 2020 to 2027. In terms of volume, the global collagen market would foresee a CAGR of 5.3% from 2020 to 2027. Collagen is a protein found inside various connective tissues of a mammal’s body in abundance. It is an essential component in food products and the healthcare industry. It has high nutritional qualities which lead to skin and health benefits in a body. Further, an outbreak of COVID-19 has led to increased health awareness among people on a larger scale. As a result, people are now keen towards buying tropical fruits, bone broth, and citrus fruits among others. Consumption of such products helps the body to produce collagen reducing skin and hair problems again leading to the growth of the market.

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The report has been compiled through extensive research and analysis. The scope of the global collagen market is widely expanded to the industry namely food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and other supplements. This report explains the key players who are dominant in the market and also about the market dynamics impacting the market. The segmentation covered under the scope of global collagen market is by product which is further segmented into Gelatin, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Synthetic Collagen, Native Collagen, and Others, by source market which is bifurcated into Bovine, Porcine, Marine, Poultry, and others. Further, by dosage, by the dosage form, the market is segmented into Liquid, Powder, Capsule/Tablets, and others and by application, the market is categorized into food and beverages, skincare, and cosmetics, nutraceuticals, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals. By geography, the major geographies cover under the scope of the study is North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the world (RoW). The key countries across these major geographies are also covered under the scope of the study.

One of the major drivers in the global collagen market is the health awareness among people and as a result, it has promoted more number of industries and has applications across industries such as healthcare, skincare supplements, healthy food and beverages like meat, desserts, and other products which help a human body in the creation of collagen, thus resulting in the growth of overall collagen market. Also, rising personal grooming trends have enhanced the statistics of the collagen industry. One of the major restraints in this market is that the industry is regulated by rules and laws which govern animal-based raw materials used in collagen production. Hence, animal killing for obtaining collagen is also a major issue. Also, lockdowns have impacted manufacturing as a result which has also affected supply chains Opportunities are coming up for the pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals because of the increase in coronavirus cases which is creating a need to boost the immunity of a person.

The key players in the global collagen market are Gelita AG (Germany), Nitta Gelatine, Inc. (US), Weishardt Group (France), Darling Ingredients (US), and Nippi Inc. (Japan), Weishardt International, Rousselot B.V, Collagen Matrix Inc., Koninklijke DSM N.V., CONNOILS LL, and Advanced BioMatrix, Inc., ChinaTech Peptide Co. Ltd, Amicogen Inc., and Norland Products Inc. among others.

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• Hydrolyzed Collagen
• Synthetic Collagen
• Native Collagen
• Others

By Source
• Bovine
• Porcine
• Marine
• Poultry
• Others

By Dosage Form
• Liquid
• Powder
• Capsule/Tablets
• Others

By Application
• Food and Beverages
o Desserts
o Meat and chicken
o Fruits and nutritional products
o Snacks and Cereals
o Bakery & confectionery products
o Dairy products
• Skin Care and Cosmetics
o Beauty Cosmetics
o Skin & Haircare products
o Beauty supplements/ Nuticosmetics
• Nutraceuticals
o Dietary supplements
o Functional food
• Healthcare and pharmaceuticals
o Orthopedic
o Wound care
o Dental
• Others

By Region
• North America
o The U.S.
o Mexico
o Canada
• Europe
o The U.K.
o Germany
o France
o Italy
o Spain
o Belgium
o Switzerland
o Netherlands
o Rest of Europe
• Asia Pacific
o China
o Japan
o India
o South Korea
o Taiwan
o Singapore
o Australia
o Rest of Asia Pacific
• Rest of the World (RoW)
o Central & South America
o Middle East
o Africa

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Triennial Edge Computing Study announced by Mind Commerce

Survey to Target End-Users and Decision-Makers in Key Industry Verticals and Businesses

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, July 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — In 2018, Mind Commerce conducted a study to investigate the 5G, IoT, and edge computing market. This resulted in the report titled “5G, IoT and Edge Compute Trends: Technology Challenges, Solutions, and Forecasts for the Low-latency Edge”. For our 2021 study we are collaborating with two other leading consulting companies, Next Curve and Compass Intelligence.

This collaborative market research and advisory engagement is an opportunity for the industry to understand the state-of-the-market through engagement with end-users and technology decision-makers on key topics that are of interest in 2021 and beyond. The study will focus on edge computing, edge analytics and related areas such as fixed and wireless private networks. Among other things, the study will identify key use cases and business applications.

At its core, the study involves a survey that will be conducted across over nine industry verticals and further segmented across four different business sizes. All survey participants will be carefully vetted and must qualify as a business end-user or a B2B decision-maker. Decision makers will be further qualified within specific technology areas important to the overall study. Survey sponsorships offer a prime opportunity to tap into the market and probe insightful feedback, explore market opportunities, and gather market intelligence on what the next chapter in digital transformation will look like driven by edge computing.

The survey will launch in August, with deliverables sent to sponsor companies in August and September, with executive presentations and read-outs to follow. The survey will consist of 5,000 to 7,500 U.S. end-user and technology decision-maker respondents, and will center around a number of critical enterprise topics including 5G, edge computing, fixed wireless, workplace automation, IoT, enterprise uses cases, and other enterprise technologies.

For more information or to explore sponsorship opportunities for this multi-client survey, please contact Stephanie Atkinson at info@compassintelligence.com or visit the ABOUT page of compassintel.com to schedule a meeting. You may also schedule a meeting by contacting the Mind Commerce and neXt-Curve teams.

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Office Of The SME Chamber Of India Was Inaugurated By Hon’ble Shri Subhash Desai Minister of Industries

Shri. Subhash Desai Hon’ble Minister of Industries & Dr. Prakash Bhosale

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The new office of SME Chamber of India Maharashtra Industrial & Economic Development Association Federation of India SME Associations was inaugurated today.

MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, July 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The new office of SME Chamber of India Maharashtra Industrial & Economic Development Association Federation of India SME Associations was inaugurated today by Hon'ble Minister of Industrial Development of Maharashtra at Andheri, Mumbai. Hon'ble Minister of Industrial Development of Maharashtra Shri. Subhash Desai was present as the chief guest. Many entrepreneurs and SMEs were present at the event. Honorable President of SME Chamber of India Shri. Chandrakant Salunkhe interacted with the entrepreneurs and SMEs present at the event.

SME Chamber of India a premier national Chamber has been working for the development of SMEs from manufacturing, service sectors, and allied industrial sectors for 28 years. The mission of the Chamber is to integrate SMEs and stakeholders to accomplish the objectives of the Chamber as well as strengthening SMEs to achieve the targeted economic growth of India. The Chamber has been at the forefront for policy implementation and policy change and supporting SMEs to avail opportunities in the era of Make-In-India.

During the ceremony, Copies of the book 'Udyojakata' written by renowned business author Dr. Prakash Bhosale were distributed to the entrepreneurs and SMEs by Hon’ble Mr. Subhash Desai, Minister of Industries as goodwill gifts. Speaking at the event, Dr. Prakash Bhosale said that the "SME Chamber is working through the cooperation of entrepreneurs and SMEs."

Prosperity Hatcher Parker of Maharashtra Industrial and Economic Development Association and SME Chamber of India, MIDC Andheri East Mumbai at the inauguration ceremony of the new office. Hon’ble Subhash Desai hopes that these organizations will work harder and will be ready to help those who are working for small and medium enterprises to overcome their difficulties. Congratulations. He also expressed the hope that the entrepreneurs would definitely benefit from these organizations.

Industrial associations should act as a link between the Central and State Governments, their various schemes should be communicated to small and medium enterprises. Many questions can be answered. He assured that a joint meeting of representatives of banks and the Reserve Bank would be convened under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister to discuss the issues facing the entrepreneurs in the banking sector. In the Corona era, e-commerce has created a huge scope and opportunity in the field of food processing. The state government has set up food parks in the right places, small and medium entrepreneurs are facing difficulties in buying land and starting the construction industry on them. He also announced that a memorandum of understanding (MoU) will be signed with the SME Chamber to facilitate over-production.

While talking to the media, Dr. Prakash Bhosale said “It is a great honor and networking opportunity to be here amongst many more entrepreneurs. It is indeed a privilege to be a part of this wonderful culture. In the networked knowledge-based global economy of today, SMEs are a crucial and strategic resource for the economic growth and sustainable development of our country. SMEs play a vital role in the country's overall production networks and they are core to the economic growth of developing countries. The contributions of formal SMEs are 50% of total employment and 33% of the national income of emerging economies. While including informal SMEs the percentages will be increased.”

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(Video) Iran: The Uprising in Khuzestan, Despite Security and Repressive Measures, Continue

July 24, 2021 - On the ninth night of the uprising, defiant youths in Susangerd and Ahvaz resist repressive forces.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): On the ninth night of the uprising, defiant youths in Susangerd and Ahvaz resist repressive forces.

July 24, 2021 - Protests by rebellious youth in Yazd, Robat Karim, Saveh, and Qazvin-highway in support of Khuzestan uprising.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Protests by rebellious youth in Yazd, Robat Karim, Saveh, and Qazvin-highway in support of Khuzestan uprising.

July 24, 2021 - Ahvaz (Kuy-e Dayereh) - Defiant youths took control of the city center by burning tires and creating traffic jams – July 23, 2021

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Ahvaz (Kuy-e Dayereh) – Defiant youths took control of the city center by burning tires and creating traffic jams – July 23, 2021

July 24, 2021 - Ilam – Protesters gathered at the Mehr housing intersection – July 23, 2021.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Ilam – Protesters gathered at the Mehr housing intersection – July 23, 2021.

July 24, 2021 - Izeh – Funeral of one of the protesters shot by IRGC thugs, turned into a demonstration with “Death to Khamenri” – July 23, 2021.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Izeh – Funeral of one of the protesters shot by IRGC thugs, turned into a demonstration with “Death to Khamenri” – July 23, 2021.

July 24, 2021 - Izeh – Undeclared martial law in fear of the people’s uprising – July 23, 2021

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Izeh – Undeclared martial law in fear of the people’s uprising – July 23, 2021.

July 24, 2021 - Robat Karim - A large crowd gathered to express support for the Khuzestan uprising – July 23, 2021.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Robat Karim – A large crowd gathered to express support for the Khuzestan uprising – July 23, 2021.

Shadegan – Demonstration against water shortages -  July 22, 2021.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Shadegan – Demonstration against water shortages – July 22, 2021.

The uprising, which has been led by the valiant youth of Khuzistan nine days ago, has now spread to the Lorestan, Tehran, Bushehr, Isfahan, and other places.

The martyrs of these uprisings reflect the Iranian people’s resolve to overthrow religious fascism and establish democracy and the people's rule. Their sacrifice acts as a beacon for Iran's freedom.”

— NCRI

PARIS, FRANCE, July 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), reported that despite all the repressive measures to crush the uprising of the people of Khuzestan, last night, for the ninth consecutive night, not only many cities and regions of Khuzestan witnessed the angry protesters, but people and the youth in several other cities and provinces protested in solidarity with the people of Khuzestan.

On Wednesday night, July 21, Ahvaz, Susangerd, Masjed Soleyman, Mahshahr, Shadegan, Izeh, Shooshtar, Dezful, Shush Daniel, Elahi, Khowr-e Musa, Behbahan, Mollasani, and Darkhovin witnessed mass protests and demonstrations. The regime's repressive measures, such as sending IRGC thugs from other areas to Khuzestan, including 30 percent of Khorramabad's special forces, special units and plainclothes agents, water cannons, tear gas and pepper spray, and finally opening firing on demonstrators and cutting off the Internet, failed to prevent the youths and protesters, outraged by four decades of the mullahs’ crimes and plunder, from rising up.

There were severe clashes and skirmish between the suppressive forces and the rebellious youth in Izeh. Dozens of protesters were wounded when the regime forces opened fire. To prevent the wounded from being arrested, people did not take the wounded to the hospitals and treated them at home. Last night, in different parts of Ahvaz and Susangerd, fierce clashes continued between the State Security Force (SSF), special units, plainclothes agents, and the protesters.

Protesters chanted, "Death to the dictator," "Tanks, guns, Khamenei die," "People want regime change in Iran," "Iranians die, but they will not accept humiliation," "Shame on you Khamenei, let go with the power" and "Bakhtiari and Arabs, let’s unite." Defiant youths blocked the entrance of the cities by burning tires and erecting barricades before the demonstrations began to prevent repressive forces from coming in.

In solidarity with the Khuzestan uprising, demonstrations and rallies were held in Tehran, Yazdanshahr (Isfahan), Mahdasht (Karaj), Rasht, Bushehr, Bandar Ganaveh, Jarrahi, and Lordegan, during which people chanted "Khuzestan is not alone." In the city of Chamran, demonstrators set fire to an SSF kiosk

While Khuzestan’s uprising enters its second week, other cities and provinces have risen up in support. Thursday night, the people and youth of Aligudarz (Lorestan Province) gathered after setting fire in Shohada Square in the city center. The regime's repressive forces fired tear gas to disperse the crowd.

Facing resistance, they opened fire on the crowd, killing and wounding several protesters. However, the defiant youths pushed back the State Security Force (SSF) and the special units by resisting and throwing rocks while chanting "Death to Khamenei." The skirmishes continued until late at night.

The people of Shahinshahr (Isfahan) also held a protest rally in support of the Khuzestan uprising on Thursday. They chanted, “We will not accept humiliation” and "Khuzestan, we support you.” The people of Junqan town in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari gathered in support of the people of Khuzestan. They chanted, “I sacrifice my life for every part of Iran, I sacrifice my life for the thirsty people of Khuzestan, who are without water, and I sacrifice my life for the late Mosadeq.”

Thursday night, the people of the city of Horr in Dezful protested by burning tires and closing the city's main road. The youth of the Alhaei region (north of Ahvaz) is also demonstrated on the Ahvaz-Shush highway.

The rebellious youth in the Daghagheleh area of Ahvaz staged demonstrations against water shortages after blocking the highway. A group of women from Ahvaz gathered to protest against the water shortages in front of the governor's office. They chanted, "They wanted to humiliate us, but we were not humiliated" and "We sacrifice our lives for Karun" (Karun is the main river in Khuzestan, which many extensions have been taken from it for IRGC owned industries, causing severe water shortages).

At the same time, the youth of Lali (northern Khuzestan) joined the Khuzestan uprising, chanting, "All of the people of Khuzestan will rise up against oppression.”

Nine days after the beginning of the uprising of the brave people of Khuzestan, despite security and repressive measures, demonstrations and clashes with the Revolutionary Guards and the State Security Force (SSF) continue. Defiant youths in Ahvaz took control of the city center by burning tires and causing traffic jams in Dayereh Alley.

In Susangerd, the clerical regime closed the city's main streets with concrete walls and completely cut off electricity and the internet to prevent demonstrations and rallies. However, the youths clashed with the Revolutionary Guards and the SSF until late at night. The sound of the repressive forces’ gunshots could be heard throughout the city.

In Izeh, regime forces imposed an undeclared martial law and curfew to prevent the people from gathering. Fearing the eruption of an uprising, the clerical regime filled the streets with repressive forces and, using loudspeakers, called on the shopkeepers to close their shops before dark and warned people not to stop moving. The funeral of one of the martyrs of the uprising, Hadi Bahmani, turned into a demonstration against the regime yesterday. The people chanted, "Death to Khamenei.”

Also, the rebellious youth block the Ahvaz Expressway that rings the city. In Shooshtar’s Shoaibiyeh district, the youth closed the highway by setting fire on the road to block the entry of reinforcements.

In Robat Karim (Tehran), a large crowd gathered to express support for the Khuzestan uprising. The brave youth of Qazvin showed their solidarity by lighting fires on the Qazvin-Tehran highway.

In Yazd, young Khuzestanis who live in the Meybod district took to the streets and chanted anti-regime slogans. The brave youth of Saveh closed the Saveh road by placing large concrete barriers. In Ilam, people gathered at the Mehr housing intersection.

Thursday night in Aligudarz, the clashes between the SSF and the people continued until around 4:00 AM. In response to the SSf and IRGC forces’ indiscriminate shooting, the defiant youths occupied the Hemmatabad Police station (no. 12) for a few hours. Several demonstrators were killed or injured when the SSF and Revolutionary Guards opened fire. The Revolutionary Guards also arrested more than 100 protesters.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said that the uprising, which has been led by the valiant youth of Khuzistan nine days ago, has now spread to the Lorestan, Tehran, Bushehr, Isfahan, and other places. The martyrs of these uprisings from Ahvaz, Izeh, Aligudarz, and other cities reflect the Iranian people’s resolve to overthrow religious fascism and establish democracy and the people's rule. Their sacrifice acts as a beacon for Iran's freedom.

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Protests in Khuzestan province and Izeh in Iran continue for 8th day despite the internet blackout


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THIS TUESDAY AT 11AM PT OSCAR DE LA HOYA VS. VITOR BELFORT — KICK-OFF PRESS CONFERENCE — STAPLES CENTER STAR GARDEN

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, July 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — TRILLER FIGHT CLUB PRESENTS ‘LEGENDS II’
KICK-OFF PRESS CONFERENCE
OSCAR DE LA HOYA VS. ‘THE PHENOM' VITOR BELFORT
TUESDAY, JULY 27 — 11:00 A.M. – STAPLES CENTER STAR GARDEN

‘The Golden Boy’, Boxing Legend Oscar De La Hoya of East Los Angeles, CA and former UFC Superstar, Vitor ‘The Phenom’ Belfort of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil will host the Kick-Off Press Conference for ‘LEGENDS II’ on Tuesday, July 27 at 11:00 a.m. PT at STAPLES Center Star Garden for their highly anticipated battle set for Saturday, September 11.

WHO: ‘The Golden Boy’, Boxing Legend Oscar De La Hoya
Former UFC Superstar Vitor ‘The Phenom’ Belfort

WHAT: Kick-Off Press Conference for LEGENDS II — De La Hoya vs. Belfort

WHERE: STAPLES Center Star Garden
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WHEN: Tuesday, July 27, 2021
10:00 a.m. PT — Media Call / Check – In at West Entrance to Star Plaza
11:00 a.m. PT – Press Conference
Streaming live on Fite.TV and Triller.co

DE LA HOYA vs. BELFORT is presented by Triller Fight Club and will be broadcast globally on FITE.TV, iNDemand and through all leading Cable, Satellite and Telco Providers in the U.S. and Canada. The professional boxing match will test the fighting skills and will of these two greats in combat sports history, competing in the light heavyweight division in a scheduled eight-round bout.

De La Hoya vs. Belfort is the second event Triller Fight Club has promoted at STAPLES Center, the first being Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. on November 28, 2020. The fight was boxing’s biggest pay-per-view event of the year garnering over 1.6 million buys.

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Church of Scientology Community Forum: ‘Drug Prevention Can Save Lives’

Mike Klagenberg, Director of Public Affairs of Church of Scientology Sacramento, presents the Truth About Drugs campaign to those attending the drug prevention forum at the Church (with social distancing protocols)

Mike Klagenberg, Director of Public Affairs of Church of Scientology Sacramento, presents the Truth About Drugs campaign to those attending the drug prevention forum at the Church (with social distancing protocols)

Sacramento-based International Faith-Based Coalition emphasized the socioeconomic factors that predispose a community to disproportionate drug abuse.

Sacramento-based International Faith-Based Coalition emphasized the socioeconomic factors that predispose a community to disproportionate drug abuse.

A retired police officer spoke of the urgency of bringing down the number of overdose deaths through drug education and awareness.

A retired police officer spoke of the urgency of bringing down the number of overdose deaths through drug education and awareness.

The Church of Scientology  Sacramento is an Ideal Scientology Organization, configured to serve its parishioners in their ascent to spiritual freedom and serve as a resource for the entire community.

The Church of Scientology Sacramento is an Ideal Scientology Organization, configured to serve its parishioners in their ascent to spiritual freedom and serve as a resource for the entire community.

Last year’s 30 percent spike in drug overdose deaths proves the community must come together to raise awareness of the danger of drugs.

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A drug prevention open house at the Church of Scientology Sacramento brought together community leaders to coordinate efforts in addressing the drug problem.

Speakers included the president of the Sacramento-based International Faith-Based Coalition; a 29-year law enforcement veteran; and the director of public affairs of the Church of Scientology Sacramento.

Issues addressed included:

* The alarming increase in drug overdose deaths nationally, rising from 70,630 in 2019 to 93,000 in 2020

* The spike in local overdose incidents, with Sacramento County Fire Agencies preventing drug overdose deaths by administering Naloxone in response to 1,150 calls in 2020—an average of more than three overdose calls a day

* The disproportionate effect of drugs on underserved communities, showing that in addition to drug education, we must address and rectify socioeconomic factors that promote drug abuse and addiction.

Although participants proposed a multifaceted approach to drugs abuse and addiction, each recognized and emphasized the importance of education and prevention to bring this other deadly “pandemic” under control.

Church of Scientology Sacramento public affairs director Mike Klagenberg offered the Truth About Drugs campaign of Foundation for a Drug-Free World as a way to tackle this problem. The campaign consists of:

* 14 youth-friendly booklets presenting facts on the most commonly abused drugs

* Public service announcements

* The Feature-length "Truth About Drugs—Real People, Real Stories" documentary.

These resources are available on the website of Foundation for a Drug-Free World at www.drugfreeworld.org and all audiovisual components can also be viewed through the Scientology Network. "Voices for Humanity" is a Scientology Network original series that spotlights the work of drug-prevention activists using the Truth About Drugs campaign around the world, from the Philippines to India, Malaysia, the Czech Republic, Kenya, Colombia, and cities across America.

To make the Truth About Drugs materials available to anyone wishing to tackle the drug crisis, the Church of Scientology International Dissemination and Distribution Center in Los Angeles, California, produces and ships out Truth About Drugs booklets, DVDs and education packages free of charge to parents, educators, law enforcement, community groups and nonprofits.

The Founder of the Scientology religion is L. Ron Hubbard and Mr. David Miscavige is the religion’s ecclesiastical leader.

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