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Photo by Alice Prael. In creating the Service, I encountered some unexpected challenges, many of which I documented on the Saving Digital Stuff blog . One challenge was determining a standard method for labeling the storage media. It is important that media is labeled in order to correctly identify content and ensure that the description is permanently associated with the storage media. Each special collections unit labels storage media prior to submission to the Service. We had challenges in labeling media that were already covered with text from the original record creator. We also faced difficulties labeling fragile media such as CDs and DVDs. Another challenge was the need for different tools for handling Compact Disks-Digital Audio, or CD-DAs, which have a higher error rate than CDs that contain other data. The Service ultimately decided to use Exact Audio Copy, a software tool created for capturing content from CD-DAs.
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It was lights out in about 170 countries on Saturday as millions of people and thousands of cities took part in Earth Hour, a global effort to draw attention to climate change. The World Wide Fund for Nature organized the first Earth Hour in 2007 in Australia. The international effort began as a grass-roots event to urge people to reduce their use of energy as a way to help combat climate change. Dozens of well-known monuments, buildings and locales — from Red Square in Moscow to Big Ben in London to the Sydney Opera House to the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building in Dubai — took part, dousing their lights for 60 minutes at 8:30 p.m., local time. "We started Earth Hour in 2007 to show leaders that climate change was an issue people cared about," coordinator Siddarth Das of WWF told the French news agency AFP. "For that symbolic moment to turn into the global movement it is today, is really humbling and speaks volumes about the powerful role of people in issues that affect their lives.
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A man accused of murdering a one-year-old boy and trying to kill his twin sister, in north London at the weekend, Bidhya Sagar Das, who's 33, has been remanded in custody. He's expected to go on trial in the autumn. Retail sales rose last month but were not enough to offset declines in January and December
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with the murder of a one-year-old boy and the attempted murder of a girl the same age. Police found the toddlers at a flat in Finsbury Park in north London on Saturday night. The boy died in hospital. Bidhya Sagar Das appeared in court today to confirm his name and will be back in court at the Old Bailey on Thursday
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The ban on carrying liquids over 100mls, introduced 11 years ago, is still in place. Frank Gardner, BBC news. A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a one-year-old boy. Bidhya Sagar Das, who is 33, is also charged with the attempted.
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A man has been charged with the murder of a one-year-old boy in north London. Bidhya Sagar Das, who's 33, is also charged with attempting to murder the boy's twin sister, who remains in a critical condition in hospital. Both children were discovered with serious injuries at a flat near Finsbury Park on Saturday night
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will not be the last. A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a one-year-old boy. Bidhya Sagar Das was also charged with the attempted murder.
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of campaginers and journalists on behalf of Scotland Yard. The Met says the allegations are deeply troubling and it will provide the Independent Police Complaints Commission with its fullest possible support. A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a one-year-old boy and the attempted murder of a girl the same age. Police found the toddlers at a flat in Finsbury Park in north London on Saturday night. The boy died in hospital. Bidhya Sagar Das appeared in court to confirm his name and will be back in court.
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. Bidhya Sagar Das appeared at the court this morning dressed in a grey top and court this morning dressed in a grey top and in grey tracksuit bottoms. He went on to confirm his age and address in Finsbury park. The magistrate said he had been charged with both murder and with.
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players and electronic games, but not phones. The measure will affect nine airlines, flying to the US from ten airports. A man has appeared in court, charged with the murder of a one-year-old boy in north London. Bidhya Sagar Das, who's 33, is also charged with attempting.
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"Who is going to control it who is going to take final decision that will be spelt out once the government takes the final decision," he said.
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Explaining the reason for coming out with Rs 2,000 notes soon after demonetisation, Das said this was primarily to ensure faster remonetisation.
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to adopt guidelines and that is when the process starts to get underway in earnest. We are also hearing that the father of one-year-old twins, Bidhya Sagar Das, has appeared before the magistrate charged with murder and attempted murder, he has been remanded in custody to appear at.
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the Old Bailey on Thursday. The little boy died at the weekend, and his sister is still seriously ill. Bidhya Sagar Das has appeared in court, he will appear at the Old Bailey on Thursday. An update on our.