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Saturday, October 25, 2014

THE HOLY PROPHET (PBUH) WAS A GREAT TEACHER!



Don't Just Sit There!

How bathroom posture affects your health.


Illustration by Mark Alan Stamaty. Click image to expand.
Shortly before Christmas in 1978, the leader of the free world came down with a severe case of hemorrhoids. The pain was so bad that President Carter had to take a day off from work. A few weeks later, TimeMagazine asked a proctologist named Michael Freilich to explain the president's ailment."We were not meant to sit on toilets," he said, "we were meant to squat in the field." He's probably right.
Michael Freilich isn't the first doctor to suggest that sitting on toilets—a recent phenomenon, stemming from the invention of the flush toilet in 1591—might be unhealthy.

Friday, October 24, 2014

‘Dead’ hearts transplant done in surgical breakthrough

Khaleej Times

‘Dead’ hearts transplant done in surgical breakthrough

(AFP) / 24 October 2014

So far three people have received hearts in this way, with two recovering well and the third and most recent recipient still requiring intensive care. 

Sydney: Australian surgeons said on Friday they have used hearts which had stopped beating in successful transplants, in a world first they said could change the way organs are donated.
Until now, doctors have relied on using the still-beating hearts of donors who have been declared brain dead, often placing the recovered organs on ice and rushing them to their recipients.
But Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital and the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute have developed a technique which means hearts which had been still for 20 minutes can be resuscitated and transplanted into a patient.
So far three people have received hearts in this way, with two recovering well and the third and most recent recipient still requiring intensive care.

Armed robbers grab Sh1bn at Stanbic bank



Stanbic Bank headquarters along Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road, Kinondoni District in Dar es Salaam. PHOTO | FILE 
By  The Citizen Reporter 

IN SUMMARY
  • Suspects have been locked up at the Oysterbay Police Station as investigations continued to unravel the truth in the robbery that is being seen as an inside job. 
  • Eye witnesses said they saw them load what appeared like cartons into a car that sped away
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Dar es Salaam. Nine employees of Stanbic Bank in Dar es Salaam were arrested yesterday evening as the police moved in to investigate a walk-in robbery in which over Sh1 billion was reportedly carted away by armed suspects.
The nine employees were among 13 people in custody over the heist at the bank’s Mayfair Plaza Branch along Mwai Kibaki Road.
Kinondoni Regional Police Commander, Mr Camillius Wambura, told The Citizen that the other four suspects included a watchman and certain three individuals whose identities he declined to reveal.
Mr Wambura said all of the suspects have been locked up at the Oysterbay Police Station as investigations continued to unravel the truth in the robbery that is being seen as an inside job.

NIC's unaccounted-for 8bn/- to be investigated

BY GADIOSA LAMTEY

24th October 2014


National Insurance Corporation (NIC)
The undocumented 8bn/- paid to National Insurance Corporation (NIC) customers is to be investigated, Parliamentary Committee on Public Accounts (PAC) has directed the Controller and Auditor General (CAG).
 
Speaking to reporters yesterday in Dar es Salaam, Chairman of PAC, Zitto Kabwe said, although his committee went through the NIC financial report of 2012/2013, there is need for the CAG to conduct auditing to establish what really happened to the money and for appropriate action.
 
“If you will discover any fraud, bring it to my committee for legal action,” he urged the CAG’s office.

BoT e-system to clear cheques within hours

BY SYLIVESTER DOMASA

24th October 2014

Bank of Tanzania
Starting early next year, commercial banks will be empowered to submit cheque lists at the Bank of Tanzania twice a day, allowing them to pay clients within hours.
 
The announcement was made by Senior Legal Counsel in the Directorate of National Payment System, George Ben Sije while addressing newsmen at a three-day training seminar on functions of the central bank in Bagamoyo on Wednesday.
 
Sije explained that to achieve the task, BoT is finalising an electronic system dubbed, the Cheque Truncation System (CTS) that will safely and efficiently speed up clearance of cheques.

China, 21 other countries initiate new Asian bank


Khaleej Times
(AP) / 24 October 2014

The new lender would fund the construction of roads, railways, power plants and telecommunications networks in Asia that global finance officials say are needed to keep the region’s economies humming along. 


Chinese President Xi Jinping, front center, poses with the other government leaders and the guests who attended the signing ceremony of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.- AP
Chinese President Xi Jinping, front center, poses with the other government leaders and the guests who attended the signing ceremony of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.- AP
Beijing: China and 21 other Asian nations signed on Friday to a new Beijing-backed international bank for Asia that Washington opposes as an unnecessary rival to established institutions such as the World Bank.
Representatives of the 22 nations signed a memorandum of understanding at the Great Hall of the People in the heart of Beijing to establish the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
The new bank reflects both China’s desire to push investment in the region and its frustration with US, Japanese and European dominance of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and Asian Development Bank.

flydubai celebrates its rapid expansion in East Africa with two inaugural flights to Tanzania

  • The new routes further underline flydubai’s rapid expansion in Africa.


DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA - Dubai-based flydubai’s inaugural flights to Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar touched down in Tanzania. The new routes further underline flydubai’s rapid expansion in Africa, which has seen the carrier’s network double to 12 destinations this year.

flydubai entered the market in 2009 with flights to Djibouti, and in 2011 Addis Ababa became flydubai’s second East African destination. In 2014, flydubai added six new routes to the continent with the start of flights to Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and three destinations in Tanzania.

Commenting on the start of flights to Tanzania, Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer of flydubai, said: “The United Arab Emirates has recognised the immense potential in the emerging markets of East Africa, like Tanzania. We continue to work diligently to support the travel, trade and tourism objectives by strengthening the direct links between the UAE and these African markets.”