Increase In Indian Asylum Seekers Crossing Into US From Mexico: Report

first_imgThe number of Indians crossing into the US from Mexico and seeking asylum has been increasing in the recent years, a media report has claimed.Indian citizens are among thousands of migrants from Haiti, Africa and Asia who are trekking across Latin America through travel routes forged by Latino immigrants, The Los Angeles Times reported.Read it at NDTV Related Itemslast_img

Thunderbird Attach from Clipboard extension

first_imgThunderbird Attach from Clipboard extension by Martin Brinkmann on February 26, 2017 in Email – Last Update: June 26, 2017 – 5 commentsAttach from Clipboard is an extension for the desktop email client Thunderbird to create file attachments from clipboard content.If you want to paste clipboard content into emails, you may be able to do so directly. The content is then added to the email body however, and not as an attachment.If you want to add it as an attachment, you’d have to use another program for that. Say you use the Print key to create a full screen screenshot of the desktop. You would then have to open an image editor, paste the clipboard screenshot, and use the controls provided to save it.You’d then have to drag and drop the saved file on the email to add it as an attachment. With Attach from Clipboard, you can paste it more or less directly and skip the third-party program altogether.This works with all kinds of files, not only images. Text can be added as attachments as well, and so can files.Thunderbird Attach from Clipboard extensionFirst thing you need to do is install the extension in Thunderbird. Download it from Mozilla’s add-ons webiste, and switch to Thunderbird afterwards.Select Tools > Add-ons from the menu. If the menu is not displayed by default, tap on the Alt-key to reveal it.Select Extensions, and click on the cog wheel icon in the interface next to “search all add-ons”. Select “install add-on from file”, and use the browser to pick the downloaded Attach from Clipboard extension. Thunderbird needs to be restarted to complete the process.Using the extensionThe extension’s functionality can be used in three different ways:Via the File > Attach > From Clipboard menu.By using the attach toolbar button > From Clipboard.Right-clicking the attachments panel > Attach from ClipboardPressing Alt-Shift-V while in the compose window of the Thunderbird email client.The extension supports most media types that you can add to emails including image formats, files, HTML and text documents, and URLs.Closing WordsAttach from Clipboard may be useful if you attach files to Thunderbird regularly, be it images, text files or any other file type regularly.It speeds up the process significantly if you want the information to be available as an email attachment and not in the email body.Now You: Attachments or in-body, which do you prefer?Summary12345 Author Rating5 based on 1 votes Software Name Attach from ClipboardSoftware Category EmailLanding Page Advertisementlast_img read more

IATA pushes for Single European Sky

first_img<a href=”” target=”_blank”><img src=”;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> In the aftermath of last week’s volcanic crisis, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has gotten behind the call to fast track the unification of Europe’s fragmented national airspaces.“The volcanic ash crisis that paralyzed European air transport for nearly a week made it crystal clear that the Single European Sky is a critical missing link in Europe’s infrastructure” said IATA Director General Giovanni Bisignani this week.More than 100,000 flights were grounded due to the volcanic ash last week because individual countries made different decisions over whether or not to open up their airspace.The Single European Sky would put the skies under one regulatory body and act as a crisis management mechanism which would eliminate confusion.It will also improve Europe’s competitiveness and environmental performance, said IATA.Europe’s Transport Council is set to meet on May 4 to discuss the issue of implementing a Single European Sky. “We have been discussing the Single European Sky for decades…the technical plans are in place” said Bisignani.“The 4 May meeting must back up the technical preparations with an implementation time line for a fully integrated Single European Sky and the political will to achieve it.” Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.Llast_img read more