Mumbai: Actress Shraddha Kapoor, who wooed the audience with her performance in the first installment of Baaghi, has already started preparing for the upcoming third part of the franchise. Shraddha recently took to Instagram Stories to share an update about the project. She posted a photograph of the front page of the script. It read: “Baaghi 3” “Baaghi 3 prep. Shoot starts in a few days,” Shraddha said of the film that will be directed by Ahmed Khan, and will also star Tiger Shroff. In 2019, the actor’s apperance on-screen has been active. She was seen in Saaho and a Nitish Tiwari direction Chhichhore.
OTTAWA – Planning a trip to Parliament Hill on Canada Day weekend? Here are some tips:— Visitors are required to undergo screening, which involves passing through a metal detector and screening for restricted items.— The restricted items list has been simplified: no weapons, no explosives, no alcohol, no fireworks and no bags over 35.5 centimetres by 19 centimetres.— Strollers, coolers and lawn chairs are permitted, however visitors are encouraged to travel as lightly as possible, to avoid delays caused by additional screening measures.— Access to Parliament Hill will be limited to a single entry point on Wellington Street in front of the Supreme Court building. There will be multiple exit points which will be clearly marked.— A second accessible entry point for those who require it, such as those in wheelchairs, will be available on Wellington in front of West Block.– Additional entertainment such as buskers and street performers will take place at the queue line at the Supreme Court building.— Police will provide regular updates on wait times and other information via the Twitter account @PPS_SPP as well as on message boards and video screens throughout the precinct.— No parking will be permitted within street closure areas.— Food concession throughout the road closure area will be available, as well as water stations.— Shuttle bus services will travel in a closed circuit going from Major’s Hill to the Canadian Museum of History and then to the Supreme Court.
Tinjdad, Morocco – The film “Adios Carmen”, made by young Moroccan director Mohamed Amine Benamraoui won 1st Prize in the 18th edition of the Festival of Black Screens, which concluded Saturday in Yaounde, Cameroon.Shot in Amazigh (Rif variant), the movie “Adios Carmen” takes the audience to to the complicated life of Amar, a young boy in the Northern region of Morocco, Rif.The 104-minute film tells the story of Amar, a child of ten years who lives alone with his violent uncle since his widowed mother left him to remarry another man in Belgium. Waiting for the unlikely return of his mother, Amar met Carmen, a Spanish refugee fleeing the Franco regime, who works as “an usher at the village cinema.” She introduces him to cinema and gives him the motherly love that he was missing.“This work sheds light on the ancient and complicated story that connects Spaniards and Moroccans, and highlights the need to tackle our common memory,” Mohamed Amine Benamraoui told the MAP.Winner of the “Muhr Arab Special Mention” and the best feature in the Dubai International Film Festival 2013, the Moroccan film, which falls under the category of Drama, social, and family, reflects upon an important period in the history of Morocco and highlights cultural diversity in the Kingdom.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed
The situation is not expected to improve until next spring, and that is if the rains do not fail for a second year in a row, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said.An assessment by the UN country team has confirmed that the situation is considerably worse than initially feared and the requested $20.23 million will be used on projects in cooperation with the Government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).The average yield of basic crops has dropped significantly in both irrigated and rain-fed areas and up to 59,000 small herders have lost almost all their herds, with 47,000 others losing 50 to 60 per cent.In addition, food prices have risen at a rate outstripping household income and the purchasing power of the general population in the affected areas. The UN inter-agency mission found that many people are eating less, selling assets or migrating.Anaemia, malnutrition and diarrhoea are on the rise, especially among children under five and pregnant women. Drinking water has also decreased in rural areas of the northeast, particularly in villages depending on protected wells as their only source.The majority of the funding – $14 million – is required for agriculture and livelihoods while $5 million will go for food. The UN Central Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) has already allocated $1.97 million for three projects in the appeal. 1 October 2008The United Nations today launched an appeal for $20 million to help up to 1 millions Syrians, predominantly herders and subsistence farmers, hit by the country’s worst drought in four decades.
Abdoulie Janneh, the Assistant Administrator and Director of UNDP’s Africa Bureau, today said that the agency “warmly welcomes” the accord, which was concluded at yesterday’s meeting of Commonwealth ministers in Abuja, Nigeria.UNDP had been working very closely over the past year with the Government of Zimbabwe, commercial farmers, regional leaders, donors, and other parties to re-open dialogue on the issue, Mr. Janneh said. “We stand ready and willing to help in any way we can to implement the agreement,” he added.
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on Tuesday morning ruled 6-1 in the Attorney General of Guyana v Cedric Richardson case effectively overturning Guyana’s Court of Appeal’s decision.Outgoing CCJ President, Sir Dennis ByronThat decision held that an Act passed by the government to amended Article 90 of the Constitution by introducing new criteria for eligibility to run for the office of President of the Republic, indirectly breached Articles 1 and 9 of the Constitution.Those articles give the electorate of Guyana the right to elect a President of their choice.Guyana’s Court of Appeal ruled in February 2017 that the constitutional amendments by Parliament to limit the number of times a person could serve as President were unconstitutional.During that February decision, then acting Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh, was supported by Justice of Appeal BS Roy in upholding then acting Chief Justice Ian Chang’s decision that the amendments were unconstitutional.The decision which the Appellate Justices upheld signalled that an amendment to the Constitution on presidential term limits, which was enacted when the National Assembly altered Article 90 via a two-thirds vote in 2000, needs a referendum to make a final decision.Attorney General Basil Williams had appealed the Appeal Court’s landmark ruling in February 2017 that declared that sovereignty resides in the people and not in the Parliament; and as such, certain fundamental clauses in the Constitution that serve to define its substantive nature can be altered only by a referendum of the people.AG Williams and his colleague, Raphael Trotman, challenged the ruling in the CCJ.All seven judges of the CCJ heard the appeal. The majority decision was delivered by separate judgments from the Sir Byron, the Court’s President, Justice Adrian Saunders and Justice Jacob Wit.Justice Winston Anderson offered a dissenting judgment.According to the CCJ in its ruling “the majority’s view was that Articles 1 and 9 did not confer on citizens an unlimited right to choose the head of state.”The CCJ also stated that new qualifications can be introduced by valid constitutional amendments and that the National Assembly had the power to amend the Constitution by a vote of at least two thirds of all members of the Assembly, without holding a referendum.However, Justice Winston Anderson, in his dissent, “agreed with the Court of Appeal of Guyana that the amendment was unconstitutional because it resulted in the exclusion of probably thousands of otherwise eligible Guyanese citizens from being elected as President, without seeking the approval of the people by referendum. He considered that this was an unacceptable constraint on the sovereignty of the people of Guyana to choose their President as provided for in Articles 1 and 9.”Meanwhile, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) General Secretary (GS), Dr Bharrat Jagdeo on Saturday said that regardless of the outcome, he will remain actively involved in the party’s leadership.The outcome of this matter was said to be a deciding factor as to whether Jagdeo will be the PPP/C’s presidential candidate in the 2020 General Elections. Jagdeo was previously elected President in 2001 and 2006.Jagdeo, in a statement, attributed his remarks to the outpouring from the multitudes of supporters of the PPP/C and “even across the political divide” who he said made contact with him.He outlined that many concerns were raised, including the public statements of those in Government in respect of a particular outcome.As such, Jagdeo posited that he will “continue to spearhead the Party’s struggle for a better life for all Guyanese, especially the working people, the poor and the under-privileged, for racial and national unity and for victory at the polls at the next Local Government, Regional and National Elections.”Moreover, he noted that “unlike the 2011-2015 period, where I played no formal part in the PPP Administration, I intend to be a formal part of the next PPP government as we resume the implementation of plans to build a better country of which all our people can feel proud.” Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedSovereignty of the people appeal case commences at CCJMarch 12, 2018In “Court”Sovereignty of people case: Jagdeo assuages public concerns, will remain PPP’s GS regardless of outcomeJune 23, 2018In “latest news”Constitutional challenge case set for March 12 at CCJMarch 5, 2018In “latest news”
EURACOAL has held a conference in Brussels with representatives from the European Commission and the International Energy Agency (IEA) over global coal consumption and its effects on the climate. A steadily rising coal consumption rate will fuel a third of the world’s power by 2030, according to the IEA, and has provoked concern over resulting CO2 levels. The agency predicts that Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology would make a significant dent on our resulting CO2 emissions and make coal a more enviromentally viable fuel – without dulling the edge of EU competitiveness.Coal remains indispensible for the EU’s security of energy supply and it will make a substantial contribution to reducing CO2 emissions until 2020 if the basic conditions to renew the power station portfolio are positive, explained the President of the European Association for Coal and Lignite (EURACOAL), Petr Pudil. In Pudil’s opinion, coal’s significance for climate protection will further increase after 2020, when it should be possible to deploy Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) industrially and to establish a European transport and storage infrastructure. EURACOAL’s President pointed out that there is currently no source of energy that only has advantages. With natural gas, in the long‐term, there is a price risk and Pudil warned against the hype concerning so‐called unconventional gas. With nuclear energy, the disposal question is still unclear. Wind and sun are expensive and generation can be intermittent.Pudil recalled that coal utilisation in Europe had to be considered not only in environmental and climate terms. Coal currently represents almost 80% of EU energy reserves. Mineable reserves are spread over a large number of EU Member States. The European coal mining industry is the basis of a whole chain of industrial added value, nowadays securing about 280,000 jobs. Including trade and power stations the European coal industry is an important economic and social factor in the EU, stressed EURACOAL’s President.In Pudil’s opinion the EU’s one‐sided role as pioneer in international climate protection has no future. In order to maintain its competitiveness, Europe’s industries need a level playing field also and precisely for climate protection. Reduction obligations in the context of the European Emissions Trading Scheme, extending beyond the objective agreed for 2020, would strangulate European coal utilisation and would have fatal effects on security of energy supply and economic development.The Director of Energy Markets and Security of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Didier Houssin, confirmed the important and increasing role of coal for world power supply. World coal consumption is currently increasing on average by 5% every year. According to IEA forecasts, coal will cover more than one third of world power demand by 2030 – in order to compensate for the resulting rise of CO2 emissions, CCS technology is indispensible in Houssin’s opinion. According to IEA calculations, the global deployment of CCS technology for 3,000 plants could save approximately 9 Bt/y CO2. CCS would then cover about one fifth of the reduction necessary by 2050. Houssin explained that world‐wide 7 CCS plants already exist, a further 70 are being planned. Houssin stressed that CCS should not be limited to coal‐fired power stations, but that it would also become an important technology for gas‐fired power stations as well as all carbon‐intensive industries.Philip Lowe, Director-General of DG ENERGY, explained that “CCS is coal’s ticket to the future”. The EU had acknowledged this and acted accordingly. CCS is included in the Framework Programme for Research. The European Commission welcomes and promotes the construction of demonstration plants and has made available as an incentive for investment up to 300 million free emission certificates for CCS plants. The EU supports the construction of a European CO2 transport and storage infrastructure and its CCS Directive guarantees a uniform legal framework. Furthermore, CCS must be pushed forward in the context of worldwide international co‐operation.Within EU energy policy, coal, according to the new Director‐General, will also play a central role in the future.
The Australian Hellenic Council (AHC) will be presenting Nike Awards to the Hon. Cherie Burton MP and the Hon. David Clarke MLC, while the inaugural Alexander Award will be presented to Senator Nick Xenophon, in appreciation of their efforts for recognition of the Hellenic, Armenian and Assyrian genocides. The awards will be presented at the 2010 Australian Hellenic Council Awards Dinner at The Grand Roxy, Brighton-Le-Sands, Sydney, at 7pm on Friday 18 March. The event is a highlight in the Australian Hellenic community’s calendar, honouring those who through their service, support and honour the spirit of Hellenism. The Australian Hellenic Council’s Nike Awards recognise the achievements of Australians who have made a significant contribution to Australian Hellenism. Past Nike Award recipients include three former Prime Ministers – Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser and John Howard. You can purchase individual tickets or corporate packages. Corporate packages include an advertisement in the 2011-12 AHC calendar, full page promotion in the the commemorative booklet and labelling of your table at the AHC Awards Dinner. For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call George on 0403 539 733 or Lambros 0438 462 806. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
La disparition des requins favorise le déclin des récifs de corailDes chercheurs canadiens et australiens ont montré que la raréfaction des requins de récif, victimes de la surpêche, bouleverse la chaîne alimentaire des récifs coralliens et empêche le corail, base de ces écosystèmes, de se reconstituer après une agression naturelle ou d’origine humaine. Encore une de ces relations de cause à effet subtiles dont la nature a le secret et que seule une étude écologique de longue haleine peut dévoiler : les requins jouent un rôle important dans la reconstitution des massifs coralliens endommagés. La surpêche dont sont victimes ces prédateurs recèle donc une menace supplémentaire, indirecte et inattendue : celle de hâter la disparition des récifs de corail, ces écosystèmes essentiels à la vie marine et dont dépendent économiquement, selon les estimations, environ 100 millions de personnes.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Ce sont Jonathan Ruppert, de l’Université de Toronto (Canada) et Mark Meekan, de l’Institut australien des sciences marines (AIMS), qui ont mis en évidence ce phénomène en décortiquant et en comparant, durant 10 ans, les interactions entre espèces autour de deux atolls situés au nord-ouest de l’Australie, à quelque 300 km des côtes. Le premier, Rowley Shoals, est un site protégé où les requins abondent, contrairement au second, Scott reefs, où leur pêche est autorisée, explique les travaux publiés dans la revue PLoS ONE. Les résultats de cette étude montrent que les requins de récif, en se nourrissant fréquemment des poissons carnivores plus petits, régulent les effectifs de ceux-ci et donc leur prédation sur les populations de poissons herbivores. Or, ces espèces herbivores – telles le poisson-perroquet – consomment les algues qui ont tendance à coloniser les récifs coralliens abimés (par les ouragans, la pollution, etc.) en les ‘étouffant’ (ces algues empêchent de nouveaux micro-organismes secrétant le corail de ‘prendre pied’ sur le substrat détérioré pour le reformer).Protéger les récifs en interdisant la pêche au requin Plus de requins, plus de régulation des carnivores intermédiaires, qui font alors une razzia dans les rangs des herbivores, lesquels ne peuvent plus assumer leur rôle de ‘nettoyeurs’, pourtant propice à la recolonisation du massif endommagé par de jeunes cnidaires (les organismes dont l’exosquelette constitue le corail). Il serait donc possible de protéger les récifs coralliens, toujours plus menacés, en créant autour d’eux des zones restreintes où la pêche au requin serait prohibée.Le 29 septembre 2013 à 15:42 • Maxime Lambert
Binoy KodiyeriTwitterThe Mumbai Police are tailing Binoy Kodiyeri, the son of Kerala CPI (M) secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, and are collecting evidence against him for allegedly raping and sexually abusing a woman under the pretext of marriage.The 33-year-old woman from Bihar had filed a complaint against Binoy alleging that the couple has a son. She has now come up with some crucial evidence against him. The woman has submitted her passport to the police in which her husband’s name is written as Binoy Vinodini Balakrishnan.The woman has submitted more evidence like passport and marriage registration certificate to prove her claim that the CPI (M) secretary’s son, who is already married had a secret relationship with the complainant. The passport was issued from Malad, Mumbai, and it was renewed in 2014. Binoy’s name was marked in the renewed passport, reports Mathrubhumi.The investigation officers are trying hard to locate the accused who has filed for anticipatory bail at Dindoshi sessions court in Mumbai. The court is supposed to declare its decision on Binoy’s bail on Monday. During his bail plea on Thursday, Binoy’s advocate Ashok Gupta had claimed that it was a fabricated story and the woman was doing this to extort money from his client after the public prosecutor representing the woman sought action against him by asking for a paternity test.The Mumbai police had also gone to his house in Kannur district of Kerala on Thursday but he was not there and his phone was also switched off. They have served him with a notice asking him to appear before the police within 72 hours but Binoy has been missing since then.The woman had filed a complaint against Binoy on June 13 at Oshiwara police station, Andheri in Mumbai after she got to know that he was already married and has accused him of sexual exploitation for several years under the promise of marriage. The police have booked him under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 376 (rape) and 420 (cheating).The CPI (M) general secretary Seetaram Yechury and the accused Binoy’s father and state party secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has cleared that the party will not interfere in this matter. Kodiyeri said that his son was an adult and should be held responsible for his actions. He also said that Binoy should not expect any protection from the party regarding this issue.
Flight deck of the US aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) is seen as sailors swip the deck for foreign object and debris (FOD) walk-down on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) in Arabian Sea on 19 May. Photo: AFPActing US defence secretary Patrick Shanahan announced on Monday the deployment of about 1,000 more troops to the Middle East for what he said were defensive purposes, citing concerns about a threat from Iran.Fears of a confrontation between Iran and the United States have mounted since last Thursday when two oil tankers were attacked, which Washington has blamed on Tehran, more than a year after president Donald Trump said Washington was withdrawing from a 2015 nuclear deal.”The recent Iranian attacks validate the reliable, credible intelligence we have received on hostile behaviour by Iranian forces and their proxy groups that threaten United States personnel and interests across the region,” Shanahan said in a statement.The new US deployment to the Middle East is in addition to a 1,500-troop increase announced last month in response to tanker attacks in May. Washington previously tightened sanctions, ordering all countries and companies to halt imports of Iranian oil or be banished from the global financial system.Iran said on Monday it would soon breach limits on how much enriched uranium it can stockpile under the deal, which a White House National Security Council spokesman said amounted to “nuclear blackmail.”The 2015 accord, which Iran and the other signatories have maintained following Trump’s decision, caps Iran’s stock of low-enriched uranium at 300 kg enriched to 3.67 per cent.But Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said on Monday: “We have quadrupled the rate of enrichment (of uranium) and even increased it more recently, so that in 10 days it will bypass the 300 kg limit.””Iran’s reserves are every day increasing at a more rapid rate,” he told state TV, adding that “the move will be reversed once other parties fulfil their commitments.”The move further undermines the nuclear pact also signed by Russia, Britain, Germany, China and the European Union, but Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the collapse of the deal would not be in the interests of the region or the world.The nuclear deal seeks to head off any pathway to an Iranian nuclear bomb in return for the removal of most international sanctions.Britain said if Iran breached agreed limits, London would look at “all options.” Israel, Iran’s arch foe, urged world powers to step up sanctions against Tehran swiftly should it exceed the enriched uranium limit.European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said, however, the EU would only react to any breach if the International Atomic Energy Agency formally identified one.Gulf TankersTrump’s administration has accused Iran of being behind the explosions on tankers in the Gulf of Oman, a vital oil shipping route.The United States released a video last week it said showed Iran’s Revolutionary Guard was behind the latest attacks near the Strait of Hormuz on the Norwegian-owned Front Altair, which was set ablaze, and the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous.The US military released additional imagery on Monday.”Iran is responsible for the attack based on video evidence and the resources and proficiency needed to quickly remove the unexploded limpet mine,” Central Command said in a statement.A US defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the new deployment included forces who operate the US military’s airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities that help detect threats and scoop up sensitive imagery and intelligence. The deployment would also involve personnel who can strengthen protection of US troops already deployed to the region.Iran’s armed forces chief of staff, major general Mohammad Baqeri, denied on Monday that Tehran was behind the attacks and said if the Islamic Republic decided to block the strategic Strait of Hormuz shipping lane, it would do so publicly.The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, said Tehran was responsible for security in the Gulf and urged US forces to leave the region, state TV said.US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has spoken to officials from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, China, Kuwait, South Korea, Britain and other countries to share evidence of Iran’s involvement in the attacks on the Norwegian and Japanese tankers, a senior State Department official said.Pompeo said on Sunday the United States did not want to go to war with Iran but would take every action necessary, including diplomacy, to guarantee safe navigation through Middle East shipping lanes.The 2015 accord requires Iran to curb its uranium enrichment capacity, capping Iran’s stock of low-enriched uranium at 300 kg of uranium hexafluoride enriched to 3.67 per cent or its equivalent for 15 years. That is far below the 90 per cent needed for weapons-grade uranium and also below the 20 per cent level to which Iran enriched uranium before the deal.A series of U.N. inspections under the deal have verified that Iran has been meeting its commitments.In May, Tehran said it would reduce compliance with the nuclear pact in protest at the US decision to unilaterally pull out of the agreement and re-impose sanctions.The Trump administration says the nuclear deal, negotiated by Democratic president Barack Obama, was flawed as it is not permanent, does not address Iran’s ballistic missile program and does not punish it for waging proxy wars in other Middle East countries.Kamalvandi, in a news conference at Iran’s Arak heavy water nuclear reactor, which has been reconfigured under the deal, said Tehran could rebuild the underground facility to make it functional. Heavy water can be employed in reactors to produce plutonium, a fuel used in nuclear warheads.In January, Iran’s nuclear chief, Ali Akbar Salehi, told state TV that “despite pouring concrete in pipes within the core of the Arak reactor … Iran had purchased pipes for replacement in case the West violated the deal.”The United States and the IAEA believe Iran had a nuclear weapons program that it abandoned. Tehran denies ever having had one.Iran’s Rouhani said on Monday that European nations still had time to save the accord.”It’s a crucial moment, and France can still work with other signatories of the deal and play a historic role to save the deal in this very short time,” Rouhani was quoted as saying during a meeting with France’s new ambassador in Iran.
It turns out that Amazon’s technical glitch Monday that prevented Prime Day shoppers in the U.S. from accessing the online store for a few hours didn’t hamper the e-commerce giant’s biggest sales promotion of the year.Amazon said that Prime members worldwide bought more than 100 million products during the 2018 Prime Day event, which spanned 36 hours — another record. The company didn’t release a dollar figure for sales; last year, Amazon announced only that the 2017 Prime Day sales were up 60% from the year prior.Worldwide, the best-selling product for this year’s Prime Day was Amazon’s Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (pictured above). The company was selling the streaming-media device in the U.S. at a 50% discount during Prime Day, priced at $19.99 (normally $39.99). The Fire TV Stick not only was the No. 1 selling Amazon device, but also the best-selling product from any manufacturer in any category across Amazon globally. In the U.S., the other top-selling items were Amazon’s Echo Dot smart speaker, the Instant Pot six-quart multiuse cooker; the 23 and Me DNA Test; and the LifeStraw personal water filter. Small and midsize businesses selling on Amazon “far exceeded” $1 billion in sales during the Prime Day event, according to the company.Customers purchased more than 5 million items in each of the following categories: toys, beauty products, PCs and computer accessories, apparel, and kitchen products.Earlier this year, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed that the company has more than 100 million paid Prime members. Amazon offers the Prime free-shipping program (which includes other perks like Prime Video) in 17 countries: the U.S., Canada, U.K., Spain, Mexico, Japan, Italy, India, Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, China, the Netherlands, Singapore, Luxembourg, and Australia. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety
Those of us still damp from our visit to Rapture and who can’t wait to dry off in the sun of BioShock Infinite have had to deal with a few setbacks regarding the release date. Now scheduled to release worldwide on March 26th, we only have to wait two more months until we can explore the sky city of Columbia. Until that day, we’ll have to rely on trailers to satiate our appetites.Rather than just some standard gameplay trailer set to Gary Jules cover of “Mad World,” Irrational Games wants to whet our appetites with a trailer in the vein of an old-timey unsolved mystery film.The trailer gives us a little background on the floating city of Columbia where — barring some kind of twist — the majority of the game seems to take place. The founder of Columbia, Zachary Comstock, seems to have worshipped America’s Founding Fathers, almost in a religious kind of way, and influenced the floating city to follow a more extremist path than the United States would’ve preferred. Against the wishes of the United states, the floating city ended the Boxer Rebellion, then subsequently seceded from the States and fled into the sky.In 1981, a building was found in the Alps that had seemingly fallen out of the sky, and held various Columbian artifacts within. Some of which were simply advanced pieces of technology, while others — such as propaganda — were deemed worrisome.The trailer, with its Unsolved Mysteries tone, is leagues above a standard gameplay trailer in terms of intrigue. Though you may have been worried that the new installment in the BioShock franchise might not be creepy enough due to the main character attempting to crack wise in previous trailers, or the well-lit environment, this new trailer is doing its best to let us know we should be very unsettled.
Kolkata: Infighting in BJP came to light once again, with party supporters protesting against party nominees in different parts of the state.Supporters were vocal against the nomination of Nisith Pramanik, who has been fielded from the Cooch Behar Lok Sabha seat while the party’s vice-president Rajkamal Pathak announced his resignation from the post after being denied ticket for the Lok Sabha. Pathak had wanted to contest from either the Sreerampur or Hooghly seat. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseSoon after the candidate list was announced, a section of workers ransacked the BJP party office at Cooch Behar and demanded resignation of their district president Malati Rava. Pramanik had recently joined the saffron party from Trinamool Congress. “We do not want any turncoat to be selected from Cooch Behar. The party did not consider leaders who have been fighting against Trinamool for years. The list is finalised after consultation with the party’s top district leadership,” a worker said. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe car of Rava was ransacked and when she tried to walk home, she was allegedly heckled by some agitators. Refuting allegations against her, Rava said the central leadership had nominated Pramanik and district leaders had “no say” regarding the same. It may be mentioned that Pramanaik had joined the saffron party on February 28 in Delhi from Trinamool Congress. “They do not accept him as the Cooch Behar candidate and have expressed their dissatisfaction. It is a natural phenomenon in a political party and everything would be sorted out,” Rava said. According to party sources, Dipak Barman, a long-time party worker, may fight from the seat as an Independent Candidate. The situation has taken such an alarming turn that under the instructions of BJP president Amit Shah, the party’s observer in Bengal Arvind Menon reached Cooch Behar on Friday night to bring things under control. BJP state president Dilip Ghosh said on Friday that the party workers have to accept the decision of the central leadership. Meanwhile, Pathak expressed his discontentment over party leadership alleging that the party has ignored old and veteran leadership in fielding candidates. The party’s women’s wing president Locket Chatterjee has been fielded from Hooghly, while state youth wing (Yuba Morcha) chief Debojit Sarkar has been fielded from Sreerampur. Pathak has already sent his resignation to Dilip Ghosh. Meanwhile, posters put up in protest against the candidature of state BJP general secretary Sayantan Basu were also seen in North 24-Parganas. A banner, which bore the names of the district BJP leaders, termed Basu as an ‘outsider’.
For over a month, police, family members and colleagues of Ryan Piercy, 45, a fixture in the North American expat community in Costa Rica, remained tight-lipped about hisJan. 20 disappearance amid ongoing speculation that he had been kidnapped and held for ransom. Now, some information is filtering out after Piercy appeared at his western San José home late Saturday night in a taxi, reportedly shaken but in good health.“Ryan is recovering at home with his family and will issue a statement soon,” Piercy’s attorney Romulo Pacheco told The Tico Times. “Other than that, I have no more information at this time.”While Pacheco would not confirm that Piercy had been kidnapped, Judicial Investigation Police Director Francisco Segura did, in a statement on Monday morning. He also said authorities had taken Piercy to a forensics lab for testing after he arrived at his home on Saturday.Segura noted that the alleged kidnappers had demanded nearly half a million dollars in the crypto currency Bitcoin. But Segura would not say whether all or part of the ransom was paid in Bitcoins or via a standard money transfer.The Tico Times attempted to contact Piercy, but phone calls to his residence were not answered.Here’s what Segura said:“According to [Piercy’s] family, he arrived [at midnight on Saturday] and knocked on the door of their home. Apparently he arrived in a taxi that he boarded in San Pedro [east of San José]. He said he had been held captive for more than 30 days in subhuman conditions, which is why we immediately transferred him to a forensics lab for an examination to determine both his physical condition and his version of events, which is normal police procedure. Today [Monday], we possibly will interview him when he is more relaxed and rested … to determine if we can identify his captors.”Regarding Bitcoin, Segura said it is a “relatively new [payment] method in any part of the world, and we work with Interpol, which does not have experience in this type of currency. We’ll have to see if it was paid or not, because it’s not easy to secure Bitcoins to make the payment. It’s a digital currency with a limited supply.”Asked if business owners or foreigners are being targeted by kidnapping gangs in Costa Rica, Segura said, “I would say to business owners and everyone in the country: Relax. We’ve worked kidnapping cases well and had good results. In Costa Rica, kidnapping cases usually don’t succeed. … I would say that kidnapping in Costa Rica is a rare crime.”Piercy, a board member and manager of the Association of Residents of Costa Rica (ARCR), disappeared on Jan. 20. Police discovered his wife’s abandoned car with its doors open and engine running on the side of the road along Route 32, north of the capital. Pacheco told The Tico Times that the ARCR, which assists expats in establishing residency in Costa Rica, is operating normally and keeping its regular business hours. On Jan. 21, 2015, Costa Rican police search the area where Canadian expat Ryan Piercy’s abandoned car was discovered. The Tico Times Facebook Comments Related posts:Remembering La Penca, 30 years later Canadian longtime expat goes missing in Costa Rica under ‘strange’ circumstances Family of US hiker disappeared in Costa Rica passes another dark anniversary Man linked to Costa Rica murder case sentenced to 3 years for identity theft in US
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Cambodia’s tourism leaders say they have shifted their focus to China, a country that holds “vast potential” to build the local travel industry. Tourism Minister Thong Khon told media the country’s new 2020 targets were pinned on successful growth from the China region with expectations to build Chinese tourists from 500,000 in 2015 to up to one million over the next eight years, TR Weekly reported. Currently Cambodia’s third largest market after Vietnam and South Korea, Chinese tourists made up 39.2 percent of all international visitors into the country last year.Mr Khon said to build the figure the ministry will focus on encouraging more direct flights between the two regions.“We will also encourage owners of hotels, restaurants and tourism resorts to use three languages – Khmer, English and Chinese – in billboards, or promotional leaflets or brochures,” he told media. “We believe the target is within reach because the country is politically stable and there is plenty of tourism potential. Diplomatic ties between Cambodia and China are excellent, too.”The Tourism Minister added that the ministry would also continue to look towards airline and agencies to offer competitive prices to Chinese tourists and improve language efficiencies of tour guides and hospitality employees.
MIAMI – The ESPYs are breaking tradition for this year’s Best Coach Award, awarding it posthumously to three Florida high school coaches who died shielding their students from gunfire.The ESPN network announced Wednesday that family members of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School heroes Aaron Feis, Scott Beigel, and Chris Hixon will receive the award during the show on July 18.The award has previously gone to coaches who have shown extraordinary leadership of their teams — not for heroism off the field. Previous recipients include Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson and New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick.ESPN’s Vice-President Alison Overholt said the men are being honoured for “their immeasurable bravery in the face of danger and for their ultimate sacrifice to protect the lives of countless students.” Coaches killed in Florida shooting to receive ESPY awards by Kelli Kennedy, The Associated Press Posted Jun 13, 2018 7:10 am PDT Last Updated Jun 13, 2018 at 8:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – This undated file photo shows Chris Hixon, the athletic director at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The ESPYs are breaking tradition for this year’s Best Coach Award, awarding it posthumously to three Florida high school coaches who died shielding their students from gunfire. Family members of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School heroes Aaron Feis, Scott Beigel, and Chris Hixon will receive the honor during the award show on July 18 in Los Angeles, the ESPN network announced Wednesday, June 13, 2018. (Susan Stocker/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP)
Sistema Cyprus’ orchestra is preparing to draw everyone into its rhythm with a concert on Wednesday dedicated to the World Refugee Day. Seventy-five children from Nicosia and Larnaca will be joined by the Windcraft Junior Band to showcase their talent and achievements through a musical programme that will offer the audience some beautiful music and great inspiration. The concert will take place at 6.30pm at the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation’s Open Air Theatre in Faneromeni, Nicosia.The event is organised under the auspices of the United Nation’s High Commissioner for Refugees in Cyprus as part of its activities on the occasion of World Refugee Day. Under the slogan “Join us and take a step #WithRefugees”, the concert aims to send a ‘loud musical’ message calling for the respect, acceptance and integration of refugees into their new societies.“Across the world, institutions and individual people from all different socio-economic levels take small or big steps in solidarity with refugees,” say the organisers. “Inspired by the actions of so many others, we invite each and every one of you to take a step and support refugees in any way you can on this World Refugee Day.”The orchestra, under the artistic and musical direction of Petros Stylianou, promises to take the audience on a musical journey through rhythms and melodies from around the world and especially from Latin America.The audience will also have the opportunity to make a donation to Sistema Cyprus on the day, supporting its efforts to bring social change through music.Sistema Cyprus is a music and social programme inspired by El Sistema of Venezuela that aims to provide all children and young people with free music education through orchestras and choirs while promoting respect and recognition of vulnerable population groups in each society. The programme began in September 2018, housed at the Peace hall in Ledras Steet through the support of the Municipality of Nicosia and in Larnaca, through collaboration with the Foundation of Cultural Creativity for Children and Youth. Sistema Cyprus is a member of Sistema Europe, which is the European network of all El Sistema inspired programmes. It offers music lessons to more than 100 children. Sistema in ConcertConcert with Sistema Cyprus Orchestra along with Windcraft playing rhythms and melodies from around the world and especially from Latin America. June 12. Open Air Theatre of Bank of Cyprus Cultural Centre, Nicosia. 6.30pm. FreeYou May LikeMarie Claire | Hanacure4 Stars Who Tried The “Benjamin Button” Facial All Over Your Social FeedsMarie Claire | HanacureUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoDirectExposeMan Purchases 42 School Buses For $300 And Buries Them UndergroundDirectExposeUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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But Ian had underestimated the artistic prowess of one particular young orangutan," said Krishan to Firspost when questioned whether he is nervous ahead of the competition It might be a long wait of eight years but Krishan might not have any time to soak in the moment as he has his task cut out: to win India a medal and play the role of the mentor for juniors Click here to read profiles of other Indian athletes involved in the Commonwealth Games 2018 Rahul Gandhi did not miss the political opportunity to make his presence visible in Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh where at least five farmers were shot dead during protests in recent days Gandhi did what any opposition leader would have done at such a juncture pitch as the voice of the victims and speak on behalf of them to the ruling government Before he was detained and denied permission to visit the riot area Gandhi said “Modi could waive loans worth Rs 150 lakh crore of the richest people of India but can’t pay heed to the plight of farmers He can only give bullets to them" What happened in Madhya Pradesh was indeed unfortunate Both the central government and the state government failed to engage with the farmer early and in a constructive manner instead let the situation worsen No amount of sops or compensation can replace the lives lost Gandhi as a member of the opposition has every right to join in the sorrow of the bereaved and speak for them to bring justice The only problem is that the premise of Gandhi’s argument in favour of a farm loan waiver while defending the farmer in Madhya Pradesh is fundamentally flawed and will only worsen the situation from this point It’s true that there has been large-scale write-offs of corporate loans in the last four years to the tune of Rs 17 lakh crore if one takes a rough cumulative figure These include loans given to some wealthy well-known figures in India’s corporate world Many such write-offs are subject to disputes with the critics raising questions on whether these cases were genuine to warrant a write-off or not But one mistake can’t be an excuse to commit another When Gandhi cites the corporate write-offs as a reason to do the same with farmer loans -— a demand he has raised during the Uttar Pradesh poll campaign — he is turning even the honest borrower into a potential loan defaulter Gandhi must have done some homework and looked at the history of farm loan waivers Empirical evidence from the 2008 UPA-sponsored Rs 70000 crore farm loan waiver and similar schemes show that loan waivers have never really helped the farmer In fact it has destroyed the credit culture of an entire geography for a prolonged period and has damaged the health of banks and state exchequers Rahul Gandhi Vice President Congress PTI In fact Gandhi should know that what has triggered a series of protests across major agrarian states like Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh was the Uttar Pradesh loan waiver announced by the Yogi Adityanath government following a promise by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the Uttar Pradesh election campaign It’s not only Modi Gandhi too has played the same card to win the hearts of Uttar Pradesh farmers During the days of his spirited campaign Gandhi had said he would waive loans of all farmers in Uttar Pradesh within 10 days of coming to power It is another thing that Gandhi had to face a humiliating defeat to the Modi-led BJP in the Uttar Pradesh elections But had Congress won the elections Gandhi too would have followed the loan waiver route to appease the farmer and similar demands would have arisen from farmers in other states as well as is the case today Loan waivers only offer a temporary reprieve to the farmer Unless the fundamental reasons that have caused his current plight do not change he will require several rounds of loan waivers after every failed crop season Responsible politicians who are serious about farmer-welfare should ideally make the farmer aware about the perils of loan waivers and think of long-term solutions using technology to improve farm infrastructure and free the farmer from the grip of greedy middlemen The farmer should get the right price for his crop and have access to fertilisers farm equipment and information without hassles Farm loan waiver is an easy tool for the politician to win votes but is not a solution to the problems of the farmer on the field If corporates have taken undue advantage of the banking system and looted public money the role of the banker-corporate nexus should be investigated and the guilty should be brought to book Gandhi’s intent to help the grieving farmers is laudable but the Congress Vice President’s logic of loan waiver is fundamentally flawed and will only help encourage more farmers to join the protests seeking freebies It is not begging bowls that our farmers need but realistic solutions to their problems It’s time politicians stopped waving the loan waiver card to farmers and bring about an awareness that benefits them’ the 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