Kolkata: A BJP delegation team was obstructed by the police while they were taking the bodies of two BJP workers to Kolkata on Sunday, anticipating a deterioration of the law and order situation.Sources informed that the BJP leaders were arrogant, disobeyed the orders by the police and tried to reach Kolkata. But their attempts were foiled and BJP leaders had to back off after the police refused relent on their stand. On Sunday, the BJP delegation team comprising BJP state president Dilip Ghosh, BJP leader Rahul Sinha, MP Locket Chatterjee, Shantanu Thakur and others, went to Sandeshkhali. There they interacted with the family members of the deceased and missing BJP workers. In the afternoon, BJP leadership decided to take the bodies of their workers to the BJP state office in Kolkata. Also Read – City bids adieu to Goddess DurgaOn the way, police obstructed the convoy and informed BJP leadership that the bodies cannot be taken to Kolkata as it may cause the law and order situation to deteriorate. BJP leaders and workers subsequently got involved in altercation multiple times with senior police officials. While the altercation was going on at Malancha crossing, two hearses carrying the bodies of the deceased BJP workers and the car of Ghosh bypassed the police barricade and went on along the Basanti Highway towards Kolkata. After a few kilometers the convoy was intercepted again, but the results were the same. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersLater, in front of the Minakhan police station, police blocked the Basanti Highway with their prison vans and buses to stop the convoy from going to Kolkata. Senior police officials at the spot clearly instructed the BJP leaders to back off and cremate the bodies at Sandeshkhali. Though BJP leadership was stubborn to go to Kolkata with the bodies, they had to back off as police administration refused move from their stand. The BJP leaders were also assured by the police that no further problem will occur in Sandeshkhali during the cremation of the two bodies. Following that, the BJP leaders and workers went back to Sandeshkhali. Meanwhile, BJP workers across Kolkata put up road blockades, creating nuisance and harassment for commuters on Sunday afternoon. At Hazra Crossing, BJP leaders and workers tried to put up a road blockade but due to prompt action by the police, no major problem occurred. Following the day-long drama, BJP leadership has decided to call for a 12 hour strike at Bashirhat on Monday. Protests will be also be done across the state on the issue of the Sandeshkhali incident. BJP leaders also announced that a rally to Lalbazar will be organised to protest the violence across the state on Wednesday, where 18 MPs from the state will be present.
Rabat – Both mother and baby boy died in Sheikh Zayed University Hospital in Casablanca, the husband and father, Said, announced.It is not yet known whether the virus also caused the infant’s death.At first, the woman had normal flu symptoms, but when she started to cough up blood and underwent medical tests at the hospital, she was diagnosed with H1N1, Said told Moroccan television channel, 2M. After performing the caesarean section, doctors treated the baby until his death on Tuesday.Read Also: Health Minister Reassures Moroccans Cases of ‘H1N1’ Are NormalMorocco’s Ministry of Health announced in a recent statement that “the appearance of the seasonal influenza H1N1 is common.”The ministry called on “health sector employees to engage in preventive behaviors, like washing hands regularly, reducing contact with flu patients, covering the mouth when coughing or sneezing with a paper tissue, and not to reuse paper napkins, and ventilating rooms.”Despite cases of H1N1, the ministry reassured Moroccans that the epidemiological situation is stable.Reacting to the ministry’ statement, the husband of the H1N1 victim told Moroccan media that “H1N1 exists.” He said the country should make vaccination campaigns to prevent Moroccans from succumbing to the flu.Read Also: Morocco’s Health Minister: Vaccine Did Not Cause Infant’s DeathThe mournful man also criticized the “negligence” and belated intervention of doctors to treat his wife. He also condemned the ministry’s initiative to “reassure” people while his son was fighting for life, saying: “I lost my wife because of other people’s mistakes and now I am losing my son.”The H1N1 virus emerged in 2009. As stated by World Health Organization (WHO), “Influenza A (H1N1) is similar to seasonal influenza but has been characterized by higher activity during the northern summer season, higher fatality rates among healthy young adults and higher incidence of viral pneumonia.”
During the visit, Minister Ratnayaka also met with senior interlocutors of the Korean Government to discuss issues of mutual interest, including cooperation in the field of youth affairs. Sri Lanka and South Korea discussed cooperation between the police services as well as capacity building of the Sri Lanka police, the Sri Lankan Embassy in Korea said today.The Minister of Youth Affairs, Project Management and Southern Development and Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister Sagala Ratnayaka visited the Republic of Korea from 02-08 September 2018 on the invitation of the Korea Foundation (KF) under its ‘Distinguished guests in political affairs programme’. During his meeting with the Korean Minister of Gender Equality and Family Chung Hyun-back on Thursday 06 September, Minister Ratnayaka briefed the Korean Minister on youth development programmes in Sri Lanka including the work of the National Youth Services Council, and discussed ways and means of skill enhancement of Sri Lankan youth as well as their productive employment. Minister Ratnayaka also extended an invitation to youth teams of Korea to visit Sri Lanka to share experiences and best practices, and to participate in the ‘Yowun Puraya’ Youth Festival successfully organised with international attendance by the National Youth Services Council of Sri Lanka. Minister Chung welcomed collaboration in the field of youth skills development between the two Ministries.In the area of youth employment, Minister Ratnayaka met with the President of Human Resources Development Service of Korea (HRD Korea) Kim Dong-man and the Deputy Minister of Planning and Coordination of the Ministry of Employment and Labour Park Hwa- jin and expressed Sri Lanka’s deep appreciation to the Korean Government for the employment opportunities provided to Sri Lankan youth under the Employment Permit System (EPS) of the Korean Government. The Minister also discussed cooperation for Sri Lankan youth under the EPS in Korean language education and entrepreneurial education,the latter to enable their effective and productive re-integration into the labour force on return to home country.During the visit, Minster Ratnayaka also met with the President of the Korean National Police University (KNPU) Chief Superintendent General Lee Sang-jeong and discussed cooperation between the police services as well as capacity building of the Sri Lanka police.Minister Ratnayaka was supported by Sri Lanka’s Ambassador in the Republic of Korea Manisha Gunasekera and Embassy staff during the visit. (Colombo Gazette)
A man standing trial for attempted murder told the court he had nothing to do with a shotgun shooting last year that caused a gruesome injury to a man.Jacob Charles Badger, 26, took the stand on Tuesday at his trial at Regina Provincial Court, stating he hadn’t so much as handled a gun for as much as a year prior to the incident.During the Crown’s case, which began last month, court heard emergency crews responded to a 9-1-1 call from the shooting victim’s mother shortly after 3:20 a.m. on April 10, 2018.The 32-year-old complainant had been the victim of a shotgun blast. The man reported two masked men — one armed with a double-barrelled shotgun — turned up at the door of his house on the 1900 block of Winnipeg Street.The complainant sustained a number of buckshot wounds to his chest and legs, but the most significant injury was to his right hand, inflicted when he grabbed the gun.In a case resting solely on the issue of identity, the complainant’s testimony provided little assistance. He told the court he was too drunk to recall the key parts of the incident.But other evidence heard at trial suggested otherwise. During the 9-1-1 call, a voice reportedly belonging to the complainant is heard replying, “Jake from State Farm,” after his mother asked who shot him. Court heard “Jake from State Farm” is a nickname for Badger.Police witnesses also testified on the identity issue, two officers telling the court the complainant identified Badger as “the guy who shot me” when he caught sight of Badger at the scene. At the time, Badger was already in police custody — a fact his defence lawyer Tyne Hagey suggested might have influenced the complainant’s identification.Badger told the court he spent the hours before the shooting back and forth between the Winnipeg Street house and his own, approximately two blocks away. He said he was a daily user of crystal meth and morphine at the time and was injecting morphine with a friend at the Winnipeg Street house.He said he left for home at about 3 a.m. and was shocked to receive a message from the complainant’s brother telling him about the shooting.“I didn’t believe him because I just left from there …,” Badger said. “I wanted to go over there to see if (the complainant) was okay.”He said he returned to the Winnipeg Street house and was promptly arrested.Badger said he had no bad blood with the complainant and denied even being at the house when the man was shot.Under cross-examination, he refuted what police said they heard, claiming the complainant had actually looked at Badger and said, “Your bro shot me.”Badger added he hadn’t handled a gun since 2017, although court heard “particles characteristic of gunshot residue” were found on his hands.Hagey had considered calling several other witnesses on her client’s behalf, but they weren’t at court when the time came to call them.Both sides having now closed their cases, closing arguments were set for Sept. firstname.lastname@example.org/LPHeatherP
A nine-year member of the Regina Police Service (RPS) has been put on administrative leave after being charged with impaired driving and fleeing the scene of a collision.Const. Scott Shane Ash, 35, has been charged with impaired operation of a conveyance, exceed .08 and failure to stop after an accident.According to an RPS news release, a two-vehicle collision happened at approximately 10 p.m. on Wednesday in the area of Lewvan Drive and Harbour Landing Drive. No injuries were reported.RPS members were dispatched to the scene and discovered one of the vehicles involved had driven away. Senior members conducted an investigation that led to Ash’s arrest. Police said he was not on duty at the time of the collision.“Regardless of whether you’re a police member or you’re a member of the public, we hold people accountable for their actions. At the Regina Police Service, we don’t condone what happened with Const. Ash, but in the same respect, when these things do happen we recognize that everybody is human and they do make mistakes,” said RPS Acting Chief Dean Rae.“You can rest assured that Const. Ash will be held accountable for his actions both through the criminal investigation as well as through the Police Act investigation.”In 2013, Ash was one of 18 officers who won an RPS award for exceptional investigative work in solving a serious hit and run.Ash has been placed on administrative leave with pay for the immediate future. Rae said the criminal investigation takes priority, but the RPS’s professional standards unit is also conducting an administrative investigation into the incident under the Police Act. The administrative investigation will conclude only after Ash’s criminal charges have been dealt with.“It’s not something that’s acceptable for us as an organization, it’s not something that’s acceptable for us as a community, so when these things do happen we’re going to do our best to conduct an objective investigation and be professional in our conduct when we do so,” said Rae.Ash is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 10.— With files from Mark Melnychuk
Most actively traded companies on the TSX Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,396.70, up 146.44 points):Home Capital Group Inc. (TSX:HCG). Financial Services. Down 16 cents, or 2.66 per cent, to $5.85 on 5.8 million shares. The Toronto-based mortgage lender is adding a former Royal Bank of Canada executive to its board of directors, replacing company founder Gerald Soloway. The appointment of Alan Hibben to the Home Capital board comes as it grapples with a collection of problems that have shaken confidence in the company. Hibben’s resume includes experience as head of strategy at Royal Bank and managing director of mergers and acquisitions for RBC Capital Markets until his retirement from the bank in 2014.B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Up nine cents, or 3.01 per cent, to $3.08 on 5.15 million shares.Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Oil and gas. Up 38 cents, or 9.84 per cent, to $4.24 on 5.14 million shares.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Up 23 cents, or 4.66 per cent, to $5.17 on 5.1 million shares.Air Canada (TSX:AC). Airline. Up $1.15, or 8.99 per cent, to $13.94 on 5.05 million shares. The Montreal-based airline says a 16 per cent increase in operating costs due to higher fuel prices and other items has resulted in a $37-million loss for the first quarter. The loss was equal to 14 cents per share and contrasted with a $101 million profit in last year’s first quarter. The company says its revenue was up $299 million from last year to $3.64 billion, but its operating expenses were up by $507 million. The airline says fuel prices were about 48 per cent higher than in the first quarter of 2016, when global oil prices were near 13-year lows.Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD). Bank. Up 80 cents, or 1.26 per cent, to $64.09 on 4.8 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Husky Energy Inc. (TSX:HSE). Oil and gas. Up 25 cents, or 1.60 per cent, to $15.83 on 1.19 million shares. The Calgary-based energy company says it earned $71 million in its latest quarter compared with a loss a year ago, as its results this year were boosted by higher commodity prices and improved refining margins. The company says its profit amounted to six cents per share for the quarter ended March 31 compared with a loss of $458 million or 47 cents per share a year ago. Gross revenue in what was the company’s first quarter totalled $4.58 billion, up from $2.68 billion a year ago.TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP). Oil and gas. Up $1.34, or 2.14 per cent, to $63.99 on 1.6 million shares. The Calgary-based company says its first-quarter profit more than doubled what it was last year as revenue increased by 35 per cent. The company says it benefited from higher contributions from its U.S. and Mexican natural gas pipelines. The net profit attributable to common shareholders amounted to $643 million or 74 cents per share for the quarter ended March 31, up from $252 million or 36 cents per share a year ago. Revenue was $3.39 billion, up from $2.50 billion in the first quarter of 2016 and about $200 million above analyst estimates. by The Canadian Press Posted May 5, 2017 3:01 pm MDT Last Updated May 5, 2017 at 3:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
In a news release today, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) – which has been documenting alleged human rights violations and abuses since the start of the military operations to retake Mosul – said that recent reports suggest a “significant escalation” in atrocities against civilians. “Shooting children as they try to run to safety with their families – there are no words of condemnation strong enough for such despicable acts,” Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said in the release. “I call on the Iraqi authorities to ensure that those who are responsible for these horrors are held accountable and brought to justice in line with international human rights laws and standards.” In the most gruesome incident, last Thursday (1 June), ISIL reportedly shot and killed at least 163 civilians, including women, men and children, next to a Pepsi factory in the in al-Shifa neighbourhood. Their bodies were reportedly left on the street for several days following the killings. An undetermined number of civilians were also reported missing. Those killed and missing were fleeing clashes between ISIL and the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF). In the same neighbourhood, at least 27 people, including 14 women and five children were reportedly killed by ISIL on 26 May, and at least 41 others on 3 June. Further in the release, referring to reports of civilian casualties due to recent air strikes in an ISIL-held area of western Mosul, OHCHR called on the ISF and their coalition partners to ensure that their operations comply fully with international humanitarian law and that all possible measures are taken to avoid the loss of civilian lives. An air strike on 31 May in Zanjilly (an ISIL-held area of western Mosul) reportedly resulted between 50 and 80 civilian deaths, the news release added, noting that High Commissioner Zeid “urged Iraqi authorities to ensure that any allegations of human rights violations committed by the ISF are also fully investigated and those responsible held accountable.”
https://jrnl.ie/4510486 12,141 Views Image: ABACA Feb 24th 2019, 3:16 PM Short URL Share6 Tweet Email By Garreth MacNamee 56 Comments Image: ABACA Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Pope calls child sex abuse like ‘human sacrifice’, vows ‘all-out battle’ His address to bishops at the end of a landmark summit promised an “all-out battle” against abusive priests, POPE FRANCIS TODAY vowed to tackle every single case of sexual abuse by priests in the Roman Catholic Church, comparing paedophilia to “human sacrifice”.His public address to top bishops at the end of a landmark summit in the Vatican promised an “all-out battle” against abusive priests, but blamed the devil and insisted the Church was not the only place children were assaulted.“If in the Church there should emerge even a single case of abuse – which already in itself represents an atrocity – that case will be faced with the utmost seriousness”, Francis promised.“I am reminded of the cruel religious practice, once widespread in certain cultures, of sacrificing human beings – frequently children – in pagan rites,” he said.The sexual abuse of minors was “a widespread phenomenon in all cultures and societies,” Francis said, and he slammed those priests who prey on children as “tools of Satan”.“I make a heartfelt appeal for an all-out battle against the abuse of minors both sexually and in other areas… for we are dealing with abominable crimes that must be erased from the face of the earth,” he said.Children must be “protected from ravenous wolves”, he said, adding: “We stand face to face with the mystery of evil”.‘Waste of time’The pontiff had opened the four-day meeting by calling for “concrete measures” against child sex abuse and handing 114 senior bishops a roadmap to shape the debate on tackling paedophile priests.The 82-year-old had warned victims to lower their expectations, saying much of the work would be done post-summit. Swiss victim Jean-Marie Furbringer said: “Honestly it’s a pastoral ‘blabla’, saying it’s the fault of the devil”.“It talks about the devil, it talks about evil… There is no talk about permanently excluding child rapists and abusers who are employees of the Church,” said Britain’s Peter Saunders, a victim who resigned from a Vatican advisory commission on combating abuse.“From a child protection point of view it’s been a waste of time. From keeping the world’s eyes on this institution and its failure to protect children, it’s been a great success,” he said.The meeting has been marked by soul-seeking and self-recrimination by the Church, and horror stories from abuse victims.With reporting by AFP Sunday 24 Feb 2019, 3:15 PM
FC Groningen supporters have come together in a bid to sway Arjen Robben into making a return to his old clubAfter nearly a decade, Robben will be leaving Bayern at the end of the season as a free agent and is yet to announce his future plans.The 34-year-old winger has recently been linked with moves to MLS side Philadelphia Union and former side PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie.But fellow Dutch side Groningen have also expressed an interest in resigning Robben this summer and their fans are now plotting for the move to materialise.Together, they’ve begun a campaign called “Arjen – Volge Je Hart” (Arjen – follow your heart) and now have a truck taking trips across the town donning the message.The Groningen supporters don’t expect too much from Robben as he approaches the end of his playing career, but would love to see one of the Dutchman’s trademark goals one more time at their Groene Hel stadium.“We don’t expect that you will bring us the championship, and we don’t expect any miracles,” an open letter to Robben by the campaign reads,” read a message on Twitter.Report: Babel says ego’s cost Holland World Cup glory George Patchias – September 10, 2019 Former Liverpool winger Ryan Babel has spoken out about four big ego’s that cost the Dutch national team, their best chance of World Cup…“All we hope for is that one moment when you receive a pass in front of the Piet Fransen stands, and you pick up pace and cut in from the outside to curl the ball past the keeper. We’ll embrace you like no-one else on this planet can embrace you.”Robben spent two seasons at Groningen, where he managed 12 goals and five assists in 52 appearances before leaving for PSV in 2002.He’s also played for Chelsea and Real Madrid in his playing career.Zondag was de actie mooi zichtbaar in en om het stadion! pic.twitter.com/qSxMmPvnG6— Arjen, volg je hart! (@arjenvolgjehart) December 18, 2018
Comment Tags Share your voice Facebook Google Tech Industry Digital Media Politics Internet Services 1 Google and Facebook will have to pay up to settle campaign finance lawsuits in the state of Washington. Getty Images Google and Facebook will pay over $450,000 to settle lawsuits over campaign finance rules in Washington state. Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson on Tuesday said Google will pay $217,000 and Facebook will pay $238,000 to settle cases alleging the companies failed to maintain legally required information for political advertisements placed on their platforms since 2013. “Whether you are a small-town newspaper or a large corporation, Washington’s political advertising disclosure laws apply to everyone,” Ferguson said in a release.Ferguson in June filed campaign finance lawsuits against the tech giants. Washington state requires platforms to maintain information about who purchased political advertising services and to make that information available to the public. The lawsuit alleged Google and Facebook didn’t obtain, maintain or provide such information.The companies reportedly admitted no wrongdoing in the settlement.”We operated in compliance with local Washington laws until the state introduced new requirements under its campaign disclosure law in June. At that point, we paused accepting election advertising in Washington because our systems weren’t built to comply with these new requirements,” a Google spokesperson said in an email. “We’ve rolled out several features this year to ensure transparency in U.S. federal elections and we are looking at ways to bring these tools to the state level as well.”Washington state political candidates and committees spent $5.1 million on Facebook and $1.5 million on Google for advertising-related services in the past decade, according to the state Public Disclosure Commission. In response to Russian interference in US elections, Facebook in 2017 rolled out new rules for advertisers in order to promote transparency on its platform. Political ads have to be verified and identified as political. In May, Google also introduced stricter rules on election ads. Advertisers have to verify they’re US citizens or lawful permanent resident in order to place political ads on Google. In June, Google paused accepting political ads in Washington in response to the lawsuit. In June, Facebook also added a “Paid for by” disclosure label on top of political ads. If you click on the label, you’ll be taken to a page where you can see how much money was spent on this ad and how many people saw the ad. A breakdown of the audience’s age, gender and location is shown as well. “We’re pleased that the matter with the Attorney General’s office is resolved,” said Beth Gautier, a Facebook spokesperson, in an email statement. “We believe all ads should be transparent on Facebook and aren’t waiting for legislation to authorize political advertisers and house these ads in a public archive. Given the recent Washington State Public Disclosure Commission ruling, we’re looking at how best to address its new disclosure requirements.”Facebook on Thursday planned to halt the sales of political ads in Washington State by the end of the year, said Gautier.First published on Dec. 19, 11:47 a.m. PT.Updates, 12:50 p.m. PT: Adds Google and Facebook statements. Updates on Dec. 20, 10:03 a.m. PT: Adds Facebook plans to stop sales of political ads in WA.
Legal Donald Trump Tags See It See It What you need to know about emergency cellphone alerts How to turn off emergency alerts on your phone Presidential alerts could be faked. CNET US presidential alerts sent out as nationwide emergency text messages could be vulnerable to hacks, according to researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder. The university has already alerted US government officials to the security problem.Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) are geographically targeted messages that alert mobile users in the US about missing children (via Amber Alerts), severe weather and presidential announcements of national emergencies.In a test of the presidential alert messaging system, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) famously sent out a message nationwide from President Donald Trump in Oct. 2018. Hawaii was the victim of a false alert about an incoming ballistic missile in January of last year. 5G and your health $899 $949 Post a comment Amazon 0 $899 See It Mobile Internet Security 13 Photos Now CU Boulder is saying presidential alert messages could be spoofed. Researchers say they found a backdoor that let them mimic alerts and blast fake messages to people confined to a small area, such as a city block or a sports stadium.”Sending the emergency alert from the government to the cell towers is reasonably secure,” said Sangtae Ha, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and co-author of the research report. “But there are huge vulnerabilities between the cell tower and the users.” Best Buy Share your voice Review • iPhone X review: This iPhone XS predecessor is still a contender Apple iPhone X Now playing: Watch this: CNET may get a commission from retail offers. $611 See it The researchers developed software mimicking the presidential alert format and then used commercially available wireless transmitters to send the messages to phones within their radius. The team had a success rate of hitting 90% of all phones in the area it tested.”We only need to broadcast that message into the right channel, and the smartphone will pick it up and display it,” Ha said, adding that it could be sent to tens of thousands of phones.The researchers tested across both the Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S8.FEMA didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Emergency alerts Boost Mobile 4:36 Mentioned Above Apple iPhone X (64GB, Space Gray) Samsung, LG, Motorola: How soon can we expect 5G phones? Preview • iPhone X: We’ve already got one. Here’s what it’s like.
Governor Bill Walker will propose a complete overhaul of the way Alaska uses the Permanent Fund when he releases his budget later this year. The plan would turn the state’s various savings accounts into a kind of endowment, using their earnings to fund state operations.Download AudioLawmakers, including Senate President Kevin Meyer, gather for a briefing on the governor’s proposal. Photo: Rachel Waldholz/APRN.The governor’s goal is to shift the state from a reliance on oil revenue to a reliance on the earnings of its massive reserve funds, an idea the administration is comparing to the sovereign wealth funds used in oil-dependent states like Norway.The administration held a noon briefing Wednesday, Oct. 28 in Juneau’s Centennial Hall for lawmakers who are gathered for a special session on the Alaska LNG gas line.(You can find Attorney General Craig Richard’s presentation here, and the administration report here.) Speaking with reporters Wednesday morning, Attorney General Craig Richards said the goal is to stabilize state finances in the face of wild swings in oil prices.“You want to get to a point where you have a stable economy that doesn’t ride the boom and bust cycles of the oil markets,” he said.Gov. Walker appointed Richards to the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. board earlier this week.Currently the state’s budget for day-to-day operations relies largely on revenue from oil taxes, and the drop in oil prices has created a deficit of about $3 billion.The governor’s plan would send oil taxes into the Permanent Fund, instead. His team then believes the state can pull about $3.3 billion a year from the fund’s earnings reserve, without depleting the fund itself.The plan would allow the state to avoid drastic cuts in services, though in its current form it would also likely reduce PFD checks.Richards stressed that the changes should be made as soon as possible — preferably during the regular legislative session this spring.“If we take a couple of years and do this, we’re burning down our assets. We’re spending the money we need to make the sovereign wealth model work,” he said. “So if we don’t get this in place pretty quickly, it’s going to have to look different and a lot less effective.”The proposal would also change the way dividends are distributed — instead of coming out of Permanent Fund earnings, dividends would be pulled from oil and gas royalties. Richards estimated that under this system, next year’s PFD would be about $1,000.Richards said the changes could be accomplished through legislation, without the need for any constitutional amendments.Many lawmakers are open to the idea.Senate President Kevin Meyer, an Anchorage Republican, called the proposal “a good first start.” He said it resembles a Senate bill introduced this spring, though the Senate version would devote more revenue to dividends. “Absolutely. This concept, one of our bills, a combination of his concept and our Senate Bill 114, is very doable,” Meyer said. “As long as we get cooperation from the governor, the minority in getting the budget reductions that we want to get.”That could be a big “if.” Meyer said he is seeking another $500-million in cuts before the legislature takes up the governor’s proposal, or any other changes to revenue. That number is higher than what the governor or minority democrats have said they can accept.Minority leader Chris Tuck, an Anchorage Democrat, said in general he likes the “endowment” concept, but needs more details on this particular plan. And then, he says, the governor has to convince Alaskans. “The concern of course is, is using the permanent fund to pay for government services, which may not be that popular,” he said.The administration stressed that the plan right now is in draft form — and subject to revision. The final version will be included in the governor’s formal budget proposal this winter.That will then go to lawmakers for debate during the legislative session starting in January.
Kashmiris walk past broken window glass after clashes between protesters and the security forces on Friday evening, during restrictions following the scrapping of the special constitutional status for Kashmir by the Indian government, in Srinagar on 17 August 2019. Photo: ReutersIndian security forces injured at least six people on Saturday in Srinagar, the main city in the Indian-controlled part of Kashmir, as several protests broke out against New Delhi’s revocation of the region’s autonomy last week.In New York, the UN Security Council held its first meeting in almost 50 years on Kashmir, a majority Muslim region claimed by both India and Pakistan – which controls its western third.However, China, which also controls a small part of Kashmir, failed to secure a Council statement.Two police officials and eyewitnesses said clashes had begun on Friday evening.Some city residents said they had been assaulted or verbally abused and that security forces had caused damage as they raided homes after stone-throwing incidents in the past two days.Jammu and Kashmir state officials and federal government officials in New Delhi did not respond to the allegations or give any estimates of the number of stone-throwing incidents, raids, arrests or injuries.A woman stands next to a broken TV inside her house that was allegedly damaged by Indian security forces after clashes between protesters and the security forces on Friday evening, during restrictions after the scrapping of the special constitutional status for Kashmir by the Indian government, in Srinagar, on 17 August 2019. Photo: ReutersThe state government said its spokesman Rohit Kansal had told a news conference in Srinagar that the situation remained “peaceful, with no untoward incident reported from the areas where relaxation was given in prohibitory orders.”It was not immediately clear whether this included the areas of Srinagar where clashes took place on Friday night and Saturday.Lockdowns Still in Place Telephone landlines were restored in parts of the city after a 12-day blackout and Kansal said most telephone exchanges in the region would start working by Sunday evening. The state’s internet and cellphones remained blocked, however.In addition, many of the region’s urban areas remained in lockdown, and more than 500 political or community leaders and activists remained in detention, some of them having been flown to prisons outside the state.Six men from Srinagar’s Soura and Chadoora districts who were injured by pellets fired by security forces were treated on Saturday afternoon at the Sri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital, two hospital officials said on condition of anonymity.A spokesman said the hospital was “collecting information on the injuries”.Among the victims was Gulam Rasool, who runs a shawl shop in the Alikadal area and was stepping out of his home when paramilitary troops hit him with at least 20 pellets, according to his son Naseer Ahmed, sitting by his father’s hospital bed.Rasool lay staring at the ceiling in a blue ‘kurta’ shirt stained with blood.In the Bemina area of Srinagar, at least a dozen witnesses said police and paramilitary officials had raided several homes on Friday afternoon, picking up at least six men and damaging houses with stones and rods.Some people close to the area had hurled stones at security forces earlier in the day, the witnesses said.Damage and Arrests Shahida, 25, said her husband Riyaz Ahmad Dar had been having tea on the first floor of their home when at least 15 police and paramilitary officials forced their way in, smashing ground floor windows and arresting her husband and his cousin.In tears, she said her two-month-old son had been sleeping on the carpeted floor close to the window. “I grabbed him, but they beat my husband ruthlessly,” she said. “They sell crockery items – they are not stone pelters.”A woman weeps inside her house after her household goods were allegedly damaged by Indian security forces following clashes between protesters and the security forces on Friday evening, during restrictions after the scrapping of the special constitutional status for Kashmir by the government, in Srinagar, on 17 August 2019. Photo: ReutersEighteen-year-old Simran Shahnawaz had a bandage on her toe where she said a police officer had hit her with an iron rod.Her family pointed to broken cupboards and a shattered LCD screen, which they said had been smashed in the raid. “I can’t even tell you the kind of insults they hurled at us,” Shahnawaz said.India has been fighting a revolt for 30 years in the part of Kashmir it controls, in which at least 50,000 people have been killed. Critics say the decision to revoke autonomy will cause further alienation and fuel the armed resistance.The change will allow non-residents to buy property in Jammu and Kashmir, and end the practice of reserving state government jobs for local residents.Prime minister Narendra Modi’s government has said the measure is necessary to integrate Kashmir fully into India and speed up its development.The move has raised tensions on the heavily militarised border between the Indian- and Pakistani-controlled parts of Kashmir.An Indian soldier was killed in cross-border firing on Saturday, according to a report from Reuters’ partner agency, ANI. The Pakistan military had said three of its soldiers had been killed on the border earlier in the week.
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We’ve found six places that fit the bill perfectly… If you’re travelling with young children in tow, they’re going to be happy little bunnies at this newly opened family-friendly resort on the south coast of Tenerife. Not only do they get assorted play areas, children’s clubs stuffed full of age-appropriate games, crafts and activities, plus their own dedicated water park and splash pool, there’s even a fairytale castle and giant Dragon Tree, complete with light show at night. Parents will probably be pretty content too, given that it’s all included in the price, along with meals, snacks, various activities and some lavish-looking evening shows. This fantasy-themed hotel is apparently based on the story of Papimber and the Gardens of the Hesperides. No, we haven’t a clue who or what Papimber is – but it all looks like jolly good fun. Rooms cost from around £185 a night. Most tourists in Marrakech spend their time exploring the city’s lively street life and haggling for exotic souvenirs in the maze of alleyways that make up the central souks. But if all you really want to do is soak up some sunshine you could just base yourself at the Labranda Targa resort hotel on the northwest outskirts of town and pass a day or two doing nothing more demanding than flopping on a sun lounger in between dips into one of the four pools. Children get their own playground, miniclub and a freshwater pool with slides, and there’s an animation team keeping guests entertained throughout the day. Rooms are fairly basic but also very affordable, with rates from as little at £60 per night in June (including meals, drinks and some activities). And if you do decide to head into town, there’s a free shuttle bus to take you there. Photo credit: Ikos Aria Fly to Marrakech from £44 It’s a half-hour drive from Madeira airport to the Pestana Bay Ocean Aparthotel, which sits right on the shingle beach of Praia Formosa. Leave your window open at night and you can fall asleep to the sound of waves crashing on pebbles. A giant kingfisher mural adorns one end of the building and the simply furnished rooms (from £104 a night) have large windows leading out on to a balcony and splashes of tropical colour in the soft furnishings. All rooms come with kitchenettes – which you might never use, given that drinks and meals are included in the room rate. No need to fret about missing a meal if you go out for a day either – they’ll kindly give you a boxed lunch to take with you. Free facilities include an outdoor pool, sauna, Turkish bath and games room, and if you want to head into central Funchal, the hotel runs a complimentary shuttle service until early evening. Fly to Dalaman from £89 Book your stay at Pestana Bay Ocean Aparthotel Fly to Tenerife from £45 Book your stay at Ikos Aria 4. The Syntopia, Crete – fly from £51 Photo credit: The Syntopia Find hotel dealsCheck-inCheck-outGuests12345678910Rooms12345Search hotels Rethymno’s appealing combination of charming old town, taverna-lined harbour and long sandy beach makes it an understandable favourite with visitors to Crete. This year it’s acquired a handsome new place to stay with the opening of The Syntopia, set just back from the coast on the eastern edge of town. Designed to offer an alternative to the island’s classic hotels, this adults-only resort promises a barefoot-luxury, hippie-chic vibe and is clearly aimed at an Instagram-savvy, sociable clientele. The décor incorporates lots of wood, wicker and stone; there are stylish day beds, palm trees and a cushion-strewn tipi by the pool; and entertainment options include live music, weekly pool parties, an open-air cinema and a programme of occasional events including cheese-making and raki-tasting. Most of the facilities, as well as food and drink, are included in your room rate and although there’s an extra charge for spa treatments, you get a 15-minute massage on the house. Rooms cost from around £104 a night. 1. Ikos Aria, Kos – fly from £85 Book your stay at Labranda Targa Aqua Parc Book your stay at The Syntopia Fly to Kos from £85 Book your stay at the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort Book your stay at Fantasia Bahia Principe Photo credit: Fantasia Bahia Principe Tenerife Photo credit: Labranda Targa Club Aqua Parc 3. Fantasia Bahia Principe, Tenerife – fly from £45 Photo credit: Pestana Bay Ocean Aparthotel 2. Labranda Targa Club Aqua Parc, Marrakech – fly from £44 Photo credit: Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort Fly to Crete from £51 Ikos Resorts is a small Greek group of luxury hotels that’s already proved a hit in Halkidiki and Corfu. Now it’s brought its award-winning formula to the Dodecanese islands, where the brand new Ikos Aria, its fourth property, has just opened on the southwest coast of Kos. Rooms are super-chic, with a pale colour palette, smart TVs and floor-to-ceiling windows that let the light flood in. When it comes to food and drink, you get seven bars and eight restaurants to choose from, half of them with menus devised by Michelin-starred chefs. Better yet, they’re included in the room rate, as are the in-room minibars (refilled every day), the children’s clubs (for ages 4 to 17) and a wide assortment of activities, including yoga, paddle boarding and canoeing. Heck, they even throw in the loan of a Mini for a day, so you can explore the island without forking out more for car hire. Rooms from around £144 a night with a minimum stay of 5 nights over the summer months. Turkey’s Turquoise Coast enjoyed a real boom in popularity last year and that looks all set to continue this summer. It’s at least partly down to the fact that a great exchange rate makes the country extra affordable for UK travellers but it also helps that the beautiful shoreline of southern Turkey is littered with an ever-growing number of swish accommodation options. Among them is the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort, set in large, well-tended grounds and home to an abundance of facilities, including nine restaurants, even more bars, and a whopping 10 swimming pools, some with slides to keep the kids occupied when they’re not being entertained in the children’s clubs. Meals, drinks and snacks are included in the cost, minibars are refilled daily. 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by Hillel Italie, The Canadian Press Posted Nov 15, 2018 5:01 am PDT Sigrid Nunez’s novel “The Friend” wins National Book Award NEW YORK — Sigrid Nunez’s “The Friend,” a meditative novel about grief, books and, not least, a Great Dane named Apollo, has won the National Book Award for fiction. Other winners Wednesday night included Jeffrey C. Stewart’s “The New Negro: The Life of Alain Locke” for nonfiction and Justin Philip Reed’s “Indecency for poetry.During a ceremony and dinner benefit at Cipriani Wall Street when those honored had roots throughout the world, from Peru to Japan, Elizabeth Acevedo’s “The Poet X” won for young people’s literature, and Yoko Tawada’s “The Emissary,” translated by Margaret Mitsutani, won for translation, a category newly revived.Nunez’s book tells of a woman mourning the death of her literary mentor and of her bond with the dog he left behind. It is a story, in part, of connection and distance. And Nunez, author of such previous novels as “Salvation City” and “The Last of Her Kind,” noted in her acceptance speech that she didn’t seek community when she became a writer, but unexpectedly found it.“I thought it was something I could do alone and hidden, in the privacy of my own room,” she said. “How lucky to have discovered that writing books made the miraculous possible, to be removed from the world and be part of the world at the same time.“And tonight how happy I am to feel a part of the world.”Nunez’s novel was chosen from among five fiction works set mostly in the present, and touching with lyricism and intensity upon everything from race and sexuality to climate change. Finalist Jamel Brinkley, author of the story collection “A Lucky Man,” told The Associated Press earlier Wednesday that “Our lives vibrate with uncertainty and mystery, with paths precariously taken or not taken, and they are often under threat by one thing or another. Many of our lives are under threat by design.” Lauren Groff, a nominee for the story collection “Florida,” said that “In these frightening and fraught times, I had to come into the full certainty that art was meaningful enough for me to devote my heart to it.”“Parks and Recreation” actor Nick Offerman served as master of ceremonies and soon learned that among the publishing community you’re more likely to get cheers with tributes to reading than with double entendre about “thumb drives.” One popular line: “In an age when our First Amendment rights and truth itself are very much in peril, books remain the ultimate repository of creative ideas and irreplaceable knowledge.”Honorary medals were given to novelist Isabel Allende and to Doron Weber of the Alfred P. Foundation for its support of books about the sciences. Weber was introduced by “Hidden Figures” author Margot Lee Shetterly, one of hundreds the foundation has helped support. Referring to concerns new and old, Weber called for the protection of “nonpartisan forms of knowledge” and the continued dialogue between art and science.“We continue to invite scientists and humanists to engage one another,” he said, calling them “two side of the same human impulse to understand and meaningfully describe the world around us and inside us.”Allende, author of “The House of the Spirits” and many other best-sellers, is the first Spanish language writer to receive an honorary National Book Award medal. A native of Peru, she has lived in the U.S. since the 1980s and for years was a political refugee from Chile during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.“Although I am critical of many things in this country I am proud to be an American citizen. I have received much more than I ever dreamed of and I have been offered the opportunity to give something back,” she said.Allende said she has been an outsider, in transit, for much of her life. She spoke of her award as a kind of deed of ownership, a sign that she is home.“Maybe I’m not an alien after all. Maybe it’s time to plant my roots and relax,” she said. “Maybe I’m not going anywhere, anymore.”The book awards are presented by the nonprofit National Book Foundation. Judges, who include writers, critics and other members of the literary community, chose from more than 1,600 books submitted by publishers when considering the awards. Winners in the competitive categories each receive $10,000. In translation, the prize money is divided between the author and translator.Hillel Italie, The Canadian Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
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