Related Items:#5arrestedinanticrimeoperation, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 24, 2017 – New Providence – Consistent with the Commissioner’s Policing Priorities for 2017, large teams of police officers continued their intensified anti-crime operations in several policing divisions across New Providence on Tuesday 23rd May 2017.Yesterday’s operations was designed to disrupt crime groups and to target persons involved in criminal activities, such as Drugs and Firearms, Persons wanted for various criminal offences, Prolific Offenders, Persons wanted for Outstanding Court Warrants and motorists operating in Breach of the Traffic Laws.The operations resulted in the arrest of 5 persons for a number of Criminal offences, and Traffic offences; and outstanding Court Warrants. Additionally, 341 drivers were cited for various traffic violations.#magneticmedianews#5arrestedinanticrimeoperation Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
How they test electric cars to establish range and MPGe 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid review: Sip with subtlety Hyundai Nissan 5:05 Cooley On Cars Nissan For example, a 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus has a 68kWh battery. Divide that by 33.7kWh and you get about two “gallons” of electricity, which doesn’t sound like much until you know that EV motors are about 85% efficient compared to about 25% for gas engines. That allows a Leaf to get an average of 108 miles from each of its electric “gallons,” or 108 MPGe.On a plug-in hybrid, like a Hyundai Ioniq, you’ll see both MPGe and traditional gas MPG ratings, since plug-in cars have two powerplants. MPGe shows efficiency when the car is running in pure electric mode, while MPG reflects driving on the gas engine alone with as a hybrid of that and electric power. Testing pure electric range is similar to the EPA test cycles for gasoline economy, but is based on something called the SAE J1634 test specification for electric cars:The car is fully charged, then parked overnight.The car is mounted on a dynamometer, not tested on the road. Simulated city or highway driving is done on the dyno until the battery is spent and the miles driven are noted. The car is recharged from an AC source, not a DC fast charger. The energy required for full recharge is noted.That charge amount is divided by the miles driven to calculate gross MPGe. Gross MPGe is multiplied by 0.7 to account for real-world factors like wind, terrain and HVAC use. But, depending where you live, you may want to give the EPA range rating a further haircut: A recent AAA test of five pure electric cars found that heater use in 20-degree weather resulted in an average 40% decrease of range and MPGe, while use of air conditioning in 95-degree weather resulted in about a 17% decrease. 2019 Toyota Prius AWD-e review: A thrifty hybrid with more grip Review • 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus review: A better EV, but maybe not the best Share your voice More From Roadshow Roadshow Now playing: Watch this: 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better More about 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus Tags News • 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus officially achieves 226-mile range, but there’s a catch An email from Peter A. of Vancouver, Washington, posed a practical question: How do you know an electrified car, like the Bolt, Leaf or Model 3, will really deliver the range it advertises? And, in his case, he’s looking for a plug-in hybrid, like a Toyota Prius or Hyundai Ioniq, which is an even thornier matter.First, understand MPGe, the miles per gallon equivalent: It’s a metric that assumes a gallon of gas contains 115,000 BTUs of energy and equates that to 33.7 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electrical energy. Comments 2 Preview • 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus first drive: Expanding the EV’s appeal
1:04 Services and subscriptions Read full review In addition to our picks below, know that Amazon is also offering some sales on key hardware items in its inventory:Kindle Paperwhite for $90 (save $30)Echo Dot for $30 (save $20)Echo (2nd gen) for $65 (save $35)Fire HD 8 tablet for $60 (save $20)Disclosure: CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. See at Amazon Thoughtful gifts for every kind of mom Stitch Fix Gizmos and gadgets 1 Wine of the month subscription Read full review Read full review Every cook’s arsenal of kitchen gadgets needs an Instant Pot. This beloved pressure cooker has cultivated an obsessive, cultlike fanbase of chefs who have all but abandoned their slow cookers. It’s like a pressure cooker on steroids that can whip up a delicious meal incredibly fast. And this model, the $70 6-quart Instant Pot Lux 6-in-1 V3, is versatile: it can cook slow or fast, at a low or high temperature, and steam and saute. Just what every mom needs: a micro wireless speaker to play her jams on. Not only does this fully waterproof Bluetooth model have solid battery life and sound quality, it’s quite durable, thanks to the integrated carabiner that acts as a bumper. It started out at $60 but now costs $40. Instant Pot Comment Sarah Tew/CNET Gadgets Sarah Tew/CNET See at Amazon Reese Witherspoon’s book club on Audible Apple Watch Tyler Lizenby/CNET See at Spotify Roku Streaming Stick Plus • A TaskRabbit gift card Jabra Active Elite 65t Read full review See at Rakuten See All Do you have one of those moms who’s into music, TV and movies? If so, she’ll surely appreciate this Spotify and Hulu bundle that includes access to both. And though Spotify normally costs $9.99 per month and Hulu usually costs $5.99, this discounted combo costs only $9.99 per month. You can sign up for the specially priced bundle now through June 10. Read full review What’s better than getting your mom a gift for Mother’s Day? Getting her a box chock full of gifts four times a year for Mother’s Day. Every three months, Fab Fit Fun will send your mom a box filled with up to 10 products (valued at over $200) related to beauty, fitness, wellness and home. Plus, the membership includes access to the company’s FabFitFunTV app, which features exclusive workouts and recipes. See at TaskRabbit Read full review May 24 • Best Father’s Day gifts under $250 Time is running out: Mother’s Day is this upcoming Sunday, May 12. And that means time is running out for you to get your gifts.Given that you’re here, I’m thinking: you still need ideas. But that’s OK, there’s still time. We’ve rounded up a super-solid selection of presents, ranging from the classic to the cutting edge, that we think many moms will appreciate. Buying clothes for anyone, let alone your mom, can be a dicey proposition. Stitch Fix — and its army of personal stylists — makes it a bit easier. After your mom selects her style preferences online, she’ll get handpicked clothes, shoes and accessories regularly delivered to her door. She can try them on, keep what she likes and send back the rest in a prepaid USPS envelope. Stitch Fix gift cards, which can be printed, emailed or snail-mailed, are available in denominations from $20 to $1,000. See at Amazon Gift ideas to make Mom’s life easier reading • Mother’s Day 2019: These are our 15 favorite gifts The Apple Watch will make a very nice Mother’s Day gift. The Series 4, which starts at around $385 on Amazon, features a large, crisp display, blazing-fast speed and a loud speaker. It also adds heart-rate detection, fall detection with an SOS trigger and an FDA-cleared ECG app for more detailed heart readings.That noted, there are plenty of older Apple Watches on the market that are considerably less expensive. You can pick up the Series 3 for $229 and a refurbished Series 2 — they’re hard to find brand-new these days — is even cheaper. See at Stitch Fix Spotify and Hulu bundle In addition to a very successful career as an actor, producer and entrepreneur, Reese Witherspoon heads up a popular book club on Hello Sunshine. You can get your mom involved by hooking her up with an Audible subscription that will grant her access to one audiobook and two Audible Originals per month. There’s a 30-day free trial, after which the service costs $14.95 per month. Share your voice See at Amazon Now playing: Watch this: See at Amazon Google Home Hub See at Amazon And don’t forget the classic Mother’s Day gift: Flowers Enjoy Flowers See flowers at AmazonSee flowers at FTDSee flowers at 1800FlowersCNET’s Mother’s Day gift guideThese are our favorite gifts for Mother’s Day 2019Cool cheap gifts for Mother’s Day 2019Mother’s Day gifts under $50Best Mother’s Day gifts from $100 to $250Mother’s Day gifts to get her streaming with ease, starting at $30Mother’s Day gift ideas for health nuts and fitness buffsBest Mother’s Day gifts for foodie momsMother’s Day gifts for the Mom who’s got gameThoughtful gifts for every kind of momMother’s Day gifts for moms who love coffee (Chowhound)CNET’s Mother’s Day gift hubThis story was originally posted on April 25. Sarah Tew/CNET Every mom deserves a glass of wine once in a while. This subscription to the Wine of the Month Club includes two bottles delivered right to her doorstep every month. Every shipment includes the club’s 24-page newsletter. You can choose from among 10 different subscriptions, starting at $129, that feature varietals from different regions of France and California. Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET Marla Aufmuth Fab Fit Fun See at Hello Sunshine Fab Fit Fun gift box Moms wearing Blueooth headphones look cool, without exception. The Jabra Active Elite 65t are fully sweat-resistant earphones that fit comfortably and securely. They’re not cheap, at $150, but they sound excellent — whether your mom is listening to tunes or making calls — and feature two microphones in each earpiece. Battery life is decent at five hours, and the included charging case delivers two extra charges. Tile Mate See at Fab Fit Fun Stitch Fix gift card Sarah Tew/CNET Angela Lang/CNET Learn more Google’s Home Hub will blend into any room in your mom’s house. It’s a super-useful digital assistant that can lend a hand in the kitchen while doubling as a photo frame or smart home control panel. And right now, Rakuten is selling the Google Home Hub for $87. That’s a red-hot deal on a great digital assistant. (It’s also at Walmart for $99.) Target Google Hulu Roku Spotify Apple TaskRabbit connects people who need odd jobs and errands done with those who will do them. The same-day service platform features handymen, movers, yard workers and a legion of other task-doers. The company, now owned by Ikea, is available in nearly 50 US cities. You can buy a TaskRabbit gift card that will be delivered as a PDF to your mom via email. Mother’s Day Tech Gift Guide Angela Lang/CNET Apple iPad Roku makes several excellent video streamers that turn any HDMI-equipped TV into a gateway to online entertainment bliss: Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, YouTube, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, HBO Now and literally hundreds of other streaming channels.The $60 Roku Streaming Stick Plus — an Editors’ Choice — delivers 4K and HDR video in a compact package for an affordable price. You get a dead simple user interface, tons of 4K HDR apps, great search functionality, lightning-fast speed and good video quality. See at Amazon See at Wine of the Month Club May 17 • Best TVs and streaming boxes for Father’s Day May 15 • Best gifts for grads from $100 to $250 May 12 • Mothers Day 2019: How not to piss off your mom this year JBL Clip 3 Bluetooth speaker Make sure your mom never loses anything again, at least not if it’s attached to the Tile — a small, Bluetooth-powered tag that can be paired with her phone. Once connected, she can use the Tile app to locate whatever it’s attached to, from her keys to her bag. And a double-press of the Tile itself will make her phone chirp, even if it’s set to silent. Target is currently selling a four-pack of the company’s new Tile Mate, which features a rechargeable battery, that comes with a free Google Home Mini (which normally costs $40) for $60. That’s a dynamite deal. Note that some older Tile models have nonrechargeable batteries and will last only for a year or so. Amazon is currently selling a bundle of four of those for $40. Tags TaskRabbit Tile 31 Photos Read full review Mother’s Day Tech Gift Guide The iPad and its ecosystem of iOS apps could help a mom do a lot — surf the web, stream music, watch movies, even FaceTime the kids or perhaps grandchildren. Sure, at $280, it’s not as cheap as the Amazon Fire. But last year’s addition of Pencil support gave the iPad a considerable power-up, and it was already a top-notch tablet.
Election CommissionField-level officials of the election commission (EC) are in favour of deploying defence personnel as regular law enforcement to create confidence among voters during the next general elections.They came up with these recommendations as their opinion was sought in order to amend 14 laws, rules and directives ahead of the 11th parliamentary polls.Reinsertion of the provision for ‘No’ option in the ballot paper is another of the 58 recommendations the officials submitted to the law section of the EC secretariat.EC officials said the draft recommendations will be placed at the EC’s consultation meetings with the political parties, civil society leaders and election experts likely to begin soon.The armed forces — army, navy, and air force — were included as a law enforcement agency alongside police, armed police, RAB, ansar, BGB (then BDR), and the coast guard, in the amended version of the Representation of People Order during the past caretaker government in 2008. However, in 2013, the armed forces were excluded from the definition of law enforcement agency as per RPO.Inclusion of the armed forces as a law enforcement agency is being emphasised in view of the fact that the election would be held under the incumbent political government. It is believed to be important for creating an even field for all political parties.”Army deployment is necessary to create confidence in the minds of the voters. In fact, it would be hard to hold a fair election without the army. We cannot understand it why it had been removed from the definition of law enforcement,” said former election commissioner M Sakhawat Hossain.The main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has all along favoured army deployment while the ruling Awami League wants to keep the army only as striking force.BNP standing committee member Moudud Ahmed reiterated the party’s demand for deployment of the armed forces and added that the BNP wants election-time supportive government for the sake of fair election.AL presidium member, health minister Mohammad Nasim said the army should be deployed during the next general elections the way current election law has defined.However, Jatiya Party leader GM Quader said, if the army deployment creates confidence among the political parties, army should be included as law enforcement in the electoral laws.Although the EC officials recommended reintroduction of the provision for allowing ‘No’ vote as a choice of electorates, both the AL and the BNP do not consider it important.* This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Khawaza Main Uddin.