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Uno-playing ‘hooligan’ Pogba not recognised by train passengersUno-playing ‘hooligan’ Pogba not recognised by train passengers

first_imgUnruly train passenger Paul Pogba tried to make peace with fellow commuters by offering an apology photograph – only to find out they had no idea who the Manchester United star was.Pogba and the rest of the United team were travelling from Manchester and indulging in rowdy rounds of the popular card game Uno.Aware of the disturbance being caused, the Frenchman later approached other passengers to apologise for their behaviour, but was met with puzzled blank expressions. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? “These lads knew they were making a bit of noise, so they come up to mum and dad, and apologise, and ask if they’d like a photo,” Australian eSports commentator and son of the bemused couple Nate Patrick wrote on Twitter.”Dad is like, ‘oh, that’s nice’, and gives one of the gentlemen his phone for this stranger to take a photo of mum and dad on this train from Manchester.”The stranger looks weirdly at my dad, and says (with a French accent) ‘No, no, no, I am asking if you would like a photo with me, sir?”My dad looks at my mum like ‘who on earth does this guy think he is?’. But also my dad is mega-polite and obliges to be in the photo.IT’S PAUL BLOODY POGBA— Nate Patrick (@N8NathanPatrick) 20 de enero de 2019″Having read through all of these messages, my dad sends through the photo, and asks ‘Nathan, you wouldn’t happen to know who this is?’.”My parents are on a train with entire Manchester United squad and they don’t have a clue because of course they don’t.”The noisy Uno hooligans aren’t loud university students on their way to watch a film, it’s the most famous football team on the planet you stupid, stupid gorgeously ignorant adorable stupid people that I descended directly from.”It must have been a rather uncomfortable situation for Pogba, accustomed as he is to the stardom that being one of the world’s best footballers brings – but perhaps this incident will make clear to him the dangers of going off the rails.last_img read more

Hard to pick the winnerHard to pick the winner

first_img S. Kannan New DelhiMay 12, 2019UPDATED: May 12, 2019 09:31 IST Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will be eyeing a record fourth IPL title (Courtesy by BCCI)Call it a marathon or call it a shootout, the Indian Premier League has been a mix of both. As the top two teams, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings, compete in what promises to be a thrilling final in Hyderabad on Sunday, you have to salute the energy level of both the sides.When the first match of this edition of the IPL was held on March 23, it featured Chennai versus Royal Challengers Bangalore. To have come through a near 50-day grind in difficult conditions – playing and weather wise – it has been a fantastic journey for MS Dhoni’s side.They had lost to Mumbai in the qualifier the other day and then bounced back in no time to defeat Delhi Capitals and barge into the final of the IPL 12th edition.On paper, one would be tempted to say Mumbai Indians, led by ebullient Rohit Sharma are favourites. And if you look at their IPL record, they have beaten CSK 16 times and lost 11 times.To be sure, what has happened till now in IPL 2019 becomes irrelevant as just the one final match on Sunday will decide the champion. For those who have seen these two teams over the years, they will agree it has never been easy watching them compete.This time around, Mumbai’s real strength is in their bowling where Lasith Malinga, Krunal Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya and not to forget Rahul Chahar have been on top. Even though the T20 format is predominantly meant for the batsmen to play aggressive, bowlers from all teams have become smart.advertisementIf it’s the speedsters, they know what line and length to bowl and how accuracy is so important. If you talk of the spinners, their improvisation has become the talking point where they engage in great duels with the batsmen.Mumbai’s batting is safe and sound. Rohit Sharma has been the usual dependable leader and has great company in Kieron Pollard, Quinton de Kock and the latest star Suryakumar Yadav.Playing in a neutral venue like Hyderabad will mean there will be no crowd support factor in play. Yet, given the presence of so many superstars in both the sides, fans are expected to be divided when they cheer Mumbai and Chennai on Sunday.The success story of Chennai Super Kings has a lot to do with the leadership skills of Dhoni. At 37, he remains supremely fit, though he did have to sit out for a while this season. The format of the tournament and travel involved is huge. To be able to cope with these rigours, Dhoni has shown how he places a premium on his own fitness.There are a few more seasoned stars as well in CSK, with Harbhajan Singh showing his spin magic is intact, while big hitting Shane Watson and vastly experienced Suresh Raina are proven performers. The aberration, so to say, has been the inability of Ambati Rayudu to score runs this season. Perhaps, he will rise to the occasion on Sunday’s big stage.Talk of temperament or technique, there is very little which separates Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. Chennai’s experience is a huge factor and could come into play when the going gets tough.From the fans’ point of view, be it those present inside the arena or millions who will be watching it on television and live streaming, this is a dream final. These two sides are the best in the IPL and for them to be meeting once more is a real treat.Considering that the IPL this season has been played along with the general elections, the conduct has been smooth. There have been many incidents on the field which made headlines, from R.Ashwin Mankading Jos Buttler, to Virat Kohli blowing his top over umpiring errors. And then, Dhoni himself was guilty in one match when he entered the field to argue with the umpire!Considering that the IPL is a premier club tournament, incidents like these did add to the drama and excitement. What Ashwin did was well within the rules and Dhoni entering the field of play was bizarre.Hopefully in the final, one will see only thrills and no controversies as the IPL has reached a crescendo. For the tournament to have been held with clockwork precision and not be affected by the general elections is a tribute to the planning which has gone into it.After all, during the 2009 elections, the IPL was moved to South Africa. And during the 2014 elections, the first phase of the IPL was held in the United Arab Emirates.advertisementMumbai or Chennai, who will lift the Cup? Even a crystal ball gazer may ponder over this for a long time.Also Read | Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings: Road to IPL 2019 finalAlso Read | Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings chase history in titanic battleAlso Read | MI vs CSK in IPL finals: Mumbai eye hat-trick against Chennai in HyderabadGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow IPL 2019Follow IPL finalFollow MI vs CSKFollow Mumbai IndiansFollow Chennai Super KingsFollow Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super KingsFollow Rohit SharmaFollow MS Dhoni Hard to pick the winnerMumbai Indians face Chennai Super Kings in the final of the 2019 Indian Premier League with both teams eyeing a record fourth IPL title.advertisementlast_img read more

Lighthouse Keeper as a Murder WitnessLighthouse Keeper as a Murder Witness

first_imgA gothic tale of murder and arson witnessed by a Nova Scotia lighthouse keeper in 1904 will be told at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic on Wednesday, Feb. 27. The illustrated talk, Lighthouse Keeper as a Murder Witness, will be presented at 7:30 p.m. by Dan Conlin, curator of marine history. The story’s main character is Judson Reid. He was the lighthouse keeper on Isle Haute in the Bay of Fundy and the key witness in to a bloody axe murder and arson. In a Kentville courtroom, Mr. Reid testified at the dramatic murder trial of Theresa Robinson of Burlington, Kings Co. Although he witnessed the crime from the island 25 kilometres away, Mr. Reid’s testimony was vital to the conviction of Mrs. Robertson’s husband, Bill, who was the last man hanged in Kings the county. “I first discovered this tale during a spooky camping trip on the site of the murder, which is reputed to be haunted,” said Mr. Conlin. “Beyond being an intriguing story, Judson Reid’s role in this trial demonstrates how important lighthouse keepers were in 20th century Nova Scotia.” The talk is free of charge. It is presented by the museum and the Nova Scotia Lighthouse Preservation Society. The society is devoted to preserving lighthouses and the interesting history associated with these iconic maritime symbols. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is located at 1675 Lower Water St., Halifax.last_img read more

Trent Tucker Hosts All 4 Kids Celebrity Golf And GalaTrent Tucker Hosts All 4 Kids Celebrity Golf And Gala

first_imgNBA legend Trent Tucker will once again host his All 4 Kids Celebrity Golf and Gala in September.The event raises funds and awareness every year to provide students of the Trent Tucker Youth Program academic, social and physical benefits that would never be otherwise possible.This year, the All 4 Kids Foundation has teamed up with the Max Cure Foundation for pediatric cancer to present the event on September 9 and 10 in New York. Joining Trent at the event will be Patrick Ewing, Steve Weatherford, Charles Oakley and many others.Over the last 13 years, the event has received the support of Michael Jordan, Kris Humphries and more.The Trent Tucker “All 4 Kids Foundation” is dedicated to empowering underprivileged youth by developing the skills they need to make positive choices in social and academic environments.To find out more, click here.last_img read more

Growing inequality among children in high income countries UNICEF reportsGrowing inequality among children in high income countries UNICEF reports

Health Inequality Bottom End Inequality Other significant findings include that two of the world’s wealthiest countries, Japan and the United States, were positioned in the bottom third of the league table for income inequality. In both countries, the household income of a child in the 10th percentile is roughly 40 per cent of that of a child in the middle of the income distribution. In addition, only Spain and the United States improved in all four health indicators since 2002, and only four countries – Estonia, Ireland, Latvia and Poland – managed to lower education inequality while also allowing fewer children to fall below minimum proficiency standards. Among 10 countries where data on country of birth was collected, seven showed lower life satisfaction among migrant children. Life Satisfaction Income Inequality Education Inequality Innocenti Report Card 13, Fairness for Children: A league table of inequality in child well-being in rich countries, ranks 41 countries that are part of the European Union and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) according to how far children at the bottom of the distribution fall below their peers in the middle. The report looks at bottom end inequality of income, educational achievement, self-reported health and life satisfaction. “The Report Card provides a clear reminder that the well-being of children in any country is not an inevitable outcome of individual circumstances or of the level of economic development but is shaped by policy choices,” said Dr. Sarah Cook, Director of the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti, in a press release. “As our understanding of the long term impact of inequality grows, it becomes increasingly clear that governments must place priority on enhancing the well-being of all children today, and give them the opportunity to achieve their potential,” she added. The Office of Research – Innocenti is UNICEF’s dedicated research centre. It undertakes research on emerging or current issues in order to inform the strategic directions, policies and programmes of UNICEF and its partners, shape global debates on child rights and development, and inform the global research and policy agenda for all children, and particularly for the most vulnerable. The Centre’s latest research shows that Denmark is at the top of the overall league table with the lowest inequality among children. Israel ranked lowest across all domains. In 19 out of 41 countries covered by the data, more than 10 per cent of children live in households with less than half the median income. While inequality in children’s self-reported health symptoms increased in almost all countries between 2002 and 2014, UNICEF notes that inequality in physical activity and poor diet decreased in a majority of countries. Bottom-end inequality has also narrowed in reading achievement in the majority of countries. Meanwhile, when children rank their life satisfaction on a scale of one to 10 the median score is eight; however, children at the lower end of the distribution fall far behind their peers. In every country, girls aged 13 and 15 report lower life satisfaction than boys. Innocenti Report Card 13 proposes the following key areas for government action to strengthen child well-being: protect the incomes of households with the poorest children; improve the educational achievements of disadvantaged learners; promote and support healthy lifestyles for all children; take subjective well-being seriously; place equity at the heart of child well-being agendas. read more

New technology award for Orbite Aluminae alumina processNew technology award for Orbite Aluminae alumina process

first_imgOrbite Aluminae has announced that the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) in collaboration with the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) have recognised Orbite as the National Winner of the 2012 Awards in New Technology for the innovation of alumina production without red mud waste. Orbite was previously selected as the regional winner for the Province of Quebec.The NRC-IRAP Award for New Technology recognises national innovative excellence in the development, adoption, and application of new technology in process or products. Orbite said its “innovative and proprietary process” can successfully produce alumina from clay and other feedstocks including red mud, the waste by-product of alumina production from bauxite using the industry-standard Bayer process. An estimated 3 billion tonnes of red mud exists worldwide in stockpiles with an additional 100 Mt produced annually. Orbite will license its technology internationally with the intent of changing the alumina industry and eliminating red mud waste.last_img read more

Rallier le Pacifique via lArctique rêve ou réalitéRallier le Pacifique via lArctique rêve ou réalité

first_imgRallier le Pacifique via l’Arctique : rêve ou réalité ?Les navigateurs ont toujours cru à l’existence d’un passage, une route fixe, qui aurait permis de contourner le continent américain par le nord et de rejoindre directement l’océan Pacifique. Mais la fonte de la banquise, manifestation dramatique du changement climatique, rend la cartographie de cette région presque impossible. L’étendue de glace varie sans cesse au fil des saisons, d’année en année. Les explorateurs ont été aidés par les Inuits qui, sans assistance satellite, parviennent à s’orienter dans ces étendues d’eau et de glace. Ce don unique est indispensable dans ces régions où gel et dégel surviennent sans prévenir. Une des clés de ce talent consiste à observer la réflexion de la lumière sur la glace, à l’horizon. La lumière, réfléchie, est visible sur les côtés des nuages bas et indique que de la glace est présente dans cette direction. C’est la même méthode qu’utilisent les marins qui observent les nuages qui comportent des stries sombres, indiquant la présence d’eau en dessous. Malgré cette aide, la recherche de ce passage au nord était restée vaine. En 1795, après deux siècles d’investigations, il fut décrété qu’aucune route n’existait. Ou, alors, si elle existait, la traversée permettant de rejoindre l’Atlantique par le Pacifique prendrait des années car les navires resteraient parfois figés par la glace pendant des mois.Cependant, en 2008, grâce à la diminution de la couche de glace, le premier bateau commercial a réussi à se frayer un chemin le long des côtes. Avec la fonte de la banquise, conséquence du changement climatique, les navigateurs pourraient parvenir à longer cette route. Le 7 novembre 2010 à 16:34 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Pretty Men Solve a Mystery on Once Upon a TimePretty Men Solve a Mystery on Once Upon a Time

first_img Last week’s episode of Once Upon a Time focused on Regina and Emma figuring out how to get home. This week, the men of Storybrooke had their own adventure. With Hook gearing up to propose to Emma, he needs all the future father-in-law bonding time he can get. Yes, Hook has a ring, and he’s going to ask Emma to marry him. If you heard an excited squealing sound at around 8:15 p.m. Sunday, it was probably your resident Captain Swan shipper. (OK, I might be a little excited about it. Still, though, Swan Queen for life.)Anyway, Hook wants to work on his relationship with Charming before he pops the question. Charming has other things going on at the moment. Gideon is still out there, planning to kill his daughter, and he and Snow White are still under the sleeping curse. To make matters worse, he’s seeing the ghost of his dead father. After the first brief encounter, Charming finds his father’s coin on the ground. At Hook’s suggestion, Charming gets some sleep, but he still sees his father’s ghost after he wakes up. He decides he’s going to find his father’s murderer. Remember how he kept that envelope the Evil Queen gave him during the first half of the season? Time to use it.Charming gets Hook to keep a lookout while he grabs a few locator spells from Emma’s garage. Because stealing from your intended is a great way to kick off an engagement. After a very awkward moment between Hook and Emma where he almost has to propose early, Charming gets the spells, allowing Hook to excuse himself. One brief potion later, and the coin tells Charming where his father was before he died: Pleasure Island. Time to see if Pinocchio knows anything.Charming’s father (David Cubitt) meets Pinocchio. (Photo: Screenshot via ABC)The flashbacks this episode were some of the best they’ve been all season. They told an interesting story with great visuals, and they were important to the main plot. Since they can’t keep doing the memory loss thing, the flashbacks have mattered less recently. It sometimes feels like they’re only there because we expect OUAT to have them. That wasn’t the case this week. The way the flashbacks and present-day stories came together made me feel like I was watching season one again.In the past, we finally get to see exactly what happened to Charming’s father. It starts (of course) when he made a deal with Rumpelstiltskin. Baby David and baby James are sick. Rumpel offers to give the family money for medicine in exchange for one of the babies. The king can’t have a son, so after a coin flip, Rumpel takes James for him. That’s what drove David’s dad to drink. It’s not until he hears that the king’s son has gone missing that he decides to turn his life around.David gives his dad his lucky coin (so that’s where it came from) to keep him safe. Well, we all know that it doesn’t work out too well. He asks Rumpelstiltskin for help in finding James, who is surprisingly generous, agreeing to do it for a single hair off the dad’s head. Once he’s alone, we learn that there really was no purpose for the hair. Rumpel helped him out hoping he could one day see his son again.Pleasure Island is a weird place. (Photo: Screenshot via ABC)David’s dad heads to Pleasure Island where he meets Pinocchio. Pinocchio insists he hasn’t seen James anywhere, but his nose gives him away. James is reunited with his true father, and the pair have to escape before the men who run Pleasure Island capture them. We learn James ran away himself, not wanting the King to turn him into a knight. The celebration doesn’t last long, as they are soon confronted by the king, who takes James back. He also has his men douse the father with alcohol and kill him, making it appear as though he drunkenly crashed his cart.Back in the present, Charming now knows who killed his father. It turns out the former king is now in Storybrooke’s jail. He breaks into the king’s cell and hands him a knife. We get a tense, well-choreographed knife battle in which Charming easily overpowers the old man. Thankfully, Hook stops him and convinces him not to become a murderer. Charming breaks down, revealing he’s worried that he won’t be able to save his daughter or his wife. It’s an effective, heartfelt moment. Realizing that Hook really has changed, Charming gives him his blessing to propose to Emma.There’s just one problem. Come on; this is Once Upon a Time, we all knew it wasn’t going to be that easy. Just as Hook arrives at Emma’s house, Pinocchio shows up. He wants to return the Pleasure Island pages he tore from the fairy tale book. He’s not exactly proud of that part of his life. Hook looks at the pages and finds he recognizes Charming’s dad. One more flashback reveals that during his pirate days, Hook robbed the king’s men and killed the only witness: Charming’s father. That’ll put off the proposal a bit.New Robin (Sean Maguire) and Regina (Lana Parilla) isn’t going nearly as well as we hoped. (Photo: Screenshot via ABC)While all this is going on Regina dealt with the Robin she brought back from the other world. He’s having a little bit of trouble adjusting. First, he finds the book of fairy tales and sees that the Sheriff of Nottingham is alive in this world. He tracks the man down and is about to kill him when Regina stops him and teleports the Sheriff away. She takes him to her basement to explain that he can’t go around killing people in this world. Robin points out the irony that she’s saying this while surrounded by jars containing the hearts of her enemies. He also notices that she takes special care to hide one heart box away.After some discussion where Regina catches Robin up on everything that happened in Storybrooke, including his daughter, they kiss. It’s a sad day for Outlaw Queen fans, though. Regina wasn’t feeling that kiss, which doesn’t spell great things for this relationship. After a conversation with Snow White, Regina realizes that the Robin she brought back isn’t the same Robin she knew. So now they have to figure out why he came to Storybrooke. As they ponder that question, we see Robin in Regina’s basement stealing the heart box.After last week’s so-so episode, it was reassuring to see a return to form like this. Watching Hook and Charming solve a mystery was fun, and the Pleasure Island sequences were so dazzling I wish we could have spent more time there. Though, I suppose that’s what the place is designed to make you feel. The mystery of Robin’s true intentions also added some intrigue to this episode. As sad as I am that it means more pain for Regina, it’s a little relieving that we’re not going straight back into cheesy love story territory. That surprise ending threw Storybrooke into turmoil once again, but it gave the show a lot of momentum. Let’s just hope they can keep it going next week. Once Upon a Time Builds Fun Lore Around a Seattle LandmarkOnce Upon a Time’s Final Battle Was the Happiest Ending Stay on targetlast_img read more

Its time for your second Hepatitis A vaccineIts time for your second Hepatitis A vaccine

first_imgHey, if you got a Hepatitis A shot last year, time for a needed booster. Please don’t neglect it, six months after first dose, must have booster to stay protected— Ed Lenderman (@EdLendermanKUSI) June 21, 2018Over the past 16 months, over 150,000 first doses and 18,000 second doses of vaccine have been given in San Diego. Hepatitis A vaccine is recommended as a two-dose series, with the second dose to be given a minimum of six months after the first to complete the series and assure long-term protection.Regardless of where you received your first vaccination, you can receive the second dose from a County-sponsored vaccination event, your regular health care provider or pharmacy, or you may also go to a Public Health Center.To find a Public Health Center or Community Health Center close to you, please call 2-1-1 San Diego. Visit the HHSA hepatitis website for more information. June 21, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Ed Lenderman, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A timely and, very necessary reminder:  If you got a Hepatitis A shot last year, you need a booster to stay protected.A good sub-headline today:  Who remembers that during the height of the Hepatitis A out break last fall, and the large public vaccination events that were going on, that six months “after” the vaccination, a booster shot is need to continue long-term protection.Thanks to the County’s public health people, we are passing along the reminder.  Because while the first dose is considered 95% effective, it will eventually begin to decrease.  A second shot boosts immunity for between 20 and 40 years.  If you were vaccinated before December 1st, it’s time for a booster shot.  After, December, same rule applies– six months, a booster.County Public Health has already had three booster events that were related specifically to food handlers.But anyone, including the homeless, or people in contact with the homeless such as providers,  and who got vaccinated, is encouraged, for they’re own long-term health, to get a booster shot in a timely manner.center_img KUSI Newsroom, Ed Lenderman Posted: June 21, 2018 It’s time for your second Hepatitis A vaccinelast_img read more

12K cr allotted for medical infra development Minister12K cr allotted for medical infra development Minister

first_imgKakinada: The YSRC government has given top priority for medicalcare in the state and as part of it, Rs 12,000 crore has been sanctioned for healthcare infrastructure development, said Health Minister Alla Kalikrishna Srinivas alias Nani. Participating in the State-level review meeting of medical services at ZP Meeting Hall in Kakinada on Friday, the minister said that Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy considered medical service as basic right of people and gave top priority for providing medical services in the state. Also Read – TDP to open shelters for victims of attacks Advertise With Us The ministered said the previous government has not taken proper care in development of health services and neglected the Arogya Sri which caters to the needs of common man. He said that there were 1,075 identified diseases under Arogya Sri and the government was seriously considering to add some more diseases to the lists. He added the income limit for availing Arogya Sri would be raised to Rs 5 lakh and in case of treatment for illness exceeds Rs 1,000, the Arogya Sri would be extended for such cases. Also Read – Quarry checks bring down granite production Advertise With Us The minister also revealed that the revised Arogya Sri would be first implemented in West Godavari as pilot project from January 2020 and the same would be implemented in other districts in a phased manner. Deputy Chief Minister and Revenue Minister P Subhash Chandra Bose observed that in order to lessen the burden of patient rush at Kakinada government general hospital, area hospitals in the district would be strengthened. MP Vanga Geeta, China Anuradha and several MLAs and officials participated. Advertise With Us KGGH to get new buildings Health Minister Alla Kalikrishna Srinivas along with Revenue Minister P Subhash Chandra Bose and Agriculture Minister Kurasala Kanna Babu inspected Kakinada Government General Hospital(KGGH) on Friday and assureds funds for various developmental activities. The minster, on the occasion, announced construction of new hospital buildings replacing the old buildings in a phased manner. In addition to this, the minister also announced Rs 10 crore for Trauma Care Centre and said that the MCH buildings in the hospital would be completed by March next. KGGH Superintendent Dr M Raghavendra Rao welcomed the ministers and took them round the hospital.last_img read more

4 die as car plunges into ditch4 die as car plunges into ditch

first_imgRoad Accident LogoFour passengers of a private car were killed as the vehicle plunged into a ditch in Bostol area of Sonargaon upazila in Narayanganj on Saturday morning, reports UNB.The deceased are Ripon, 32, son of a certain Habu Miah, Momen, 37, son of Mizanur Rahman, Shahidullah, 45, son of Kazem Ali and Raju Miah, 38, son of Zohur Ali, of Boro Fausadi village in Marwardi union of Araihazar upazila.Police, primarily identified thick fog as the cause of the accident.The accident took place around 8:30am as the Dhaka-bound car fell into a roadside ditch after the driver lost control over the steering due to dense fog, leaving the four dead on the spot, said Morshed Alam, officer-in-charge of Sonargaon police station.last_img

Wccftech Deals – Avantree Bluetooth Headphones for Joggers 2999Wccftech Deals – Avantree Bluetooth Headphones for Joggers 2999

first_imgNever struggle with headphones while working out again.The Avantree Bluetooth headphones built specifically for getting sweaty, letting you be free of wires while you move, which can sometimes end up in disaster. If like me, you’ve probably accidentally yanked out the cord, probably stretching the wire itself a little beyond its tolerances. Never fear, however, because Bluetooth is here!These headphones are a nice and cool 25% off of the regular price, and seem to have a very nice sound that they output. There is also minimal wire noise when it inevitably brushes against clothing or anything else. The microphone that it has can also be used for other great purposes too.Rock out w/ the stylish & lightweight behind-the-head designEnjoy optimal flexibility w/ a one-size-fits-most configurationField phone calls quickly: device automatically pauses songs for incoming callsPlay, pause & select tracksWear at the pool or during workouts thanks to the waterproof qualitiesUse while gaming or chatting via phone & over VoIP One of the absolutely most horrible things about running and wanting to listen to motivating music, is the fact that most headphones end up popping out so very easily. That and having a wire connected to a device, even if it’s on your arm or someplace seemingly out of the way, can sometimes lead to catastrophic issues.We’ve got some very nice Bluetooth headphones that should actually stay put when conducting even the most vigorous of activities. The Avantree Bluetooth headphones are made for exercising, and are 25% off at $29.99 right now in our store. Share Tweet Submitlast_img read more

Aussies seeking exotic adventuresAussies seeking exotic adventures

first_imgImage: Myanmar – Short-term departures to destinations such as Nepal, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Myanmar and Borneo all registered spikes in bookings, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Nepal recorded a 44 percent year on year increase in Australian tourists for the first six month of the year, as did South Korea (+14.5 percent), Cambodia (+24 percent) and Sri Lanka (+5 percent). Excite Holidays has reported increased bookings to unexpected and exotic destinations by travellers in search of once-in-a-lifetime holidays. Australians are loving the appeal of exotic travel destinations, according to new research.center_img “Some travellers feel like they’ve been everywhere already and that’s why these exotic destinations are growing in popularity, as it’s a thrilling adventure that’s unique and memorable,” Excite Holidays chief executive George Papaioannou said. “A lot of people are looking at destinations which are just opening up to tourists… a lot of interest in these places comes from documentaries people see on TV.” Source = ETB News: P.T.last_img read more

TELLURIDE COLO – The Spa at Capella is a stylishTELLURIDE COLO – The Spa at Capella is a stylish

first_imgTELLURIDE, COLO. – The Spa at Capella is a stylishly serene oasis for guests, residents and locals. It will be a boutique retreat to refresh and renew – inspired by Telluride’s awe-inspiring location.“Our goal was to develop an approachable spa concept that was equally results-driven,” said Jenny Farrand, spa director of The Spa at Capella. “We want guests to feel cosseted during their stay – whether enjoying a treatment in the privacy of their guestroom or at The Spa – and we have focused on experiences that are both soothing and undeniably healing.”Located on the resort’s second floor, the intimate 5,700 square foot reprieve features four single and two couples’ treatment rooms, each designed with neutral, soothing colors. The couples’ suites offer luxurious sitting areas with roaring fireplaces, side-by-side treatment tubs with LED light therapy, and herbal steam rooms, with one featuring a private sauna. Entering The Spa at Capella, guests walk through an all-glass wall and door entry that opens to a reception area featuring an inviting fireplace. Traveling through the corridor to their treatment room, guests are greeted by a backlit wall of glass that ends at a water feature, evoking the sense of a glowing glass waterfall.From the indoor pool and hot tub area, guests are afforded sweeping views down Telluride Valley from a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, making a late-day dip the perfect way to catch Telluride’s magnificent sunsets. Colorado’s Mount Wilson and further in the distance, Utah’s La Salle Mountains, are also visible. When weather allows, retractable glass doors open to the outside, and the pool’s raised design gives the effect of entering from below the water level. The Spa at Capella’s fitness room – featuring top-of-the-line equipment and on-site trainers – also offers brilliant views, the prime spot to catch Telluride’s alpenglow before sunrise and after sunset.www.capellahotels.comlast_img read more

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first_img by David Bauder, The Associated Press Posted Sep 13, 2018 4:58 am PDT Last Updated Sep 13, 2018 at 2:20 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – For the past two decades, CBS may just as well have been called the Moonves Broadcasting System. Now it’s time to move on.Moonves, who was ousted over the weekend as head of CBS Corp. amid a continuing investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, began working as the network’s entertainment division president in 1995 and built it into the corporation’s profitable crown jewel.CBS is a throwback at a time of rapid changes in how people consume television. Moonves believed in broadcasting as the word was conceived, trying to reach the broadest possible audience with a formula that emphasized mystery procedurals and classic sitcoms. CBS has been America’s most-watched television network for the past 10 seasons in a row, and 15 of the past 16, with Fox winning once at the height of “American Idol” mania.“That’s one of the reasons CBS has been so successful — a singular vision coming from one person,” said Garth Ancier, former chief programming executive at NBC, Fox and the WB network, who also worked with Moonves at the Warner Brothers studio.Now CBS is in a predicament similar to what Fox News Channel faced when Roger Ailes was forced out in 2006 following sexual misconduct charges, felled by #MeToo before it was a movement. In both cases, a creative enterprise thoroughly dominated by one person was suddenly left to fend for itself.CBS under Moonves has always been television comfort food rather than fine dining.He favoured good-guy, bad-guy dramas — often centred on grotesque crimes — where a story is wrapped up in an hour. If “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” works, create a spinoff or two. Same with “NCIS.” If a proven idea from the past can come back with some updating, he’d try it — think “Hawaii Five-0,” ”Magnum, PI” and “Elementary.”He went for big laughs in relatable, traditional comedies, like “Everybody Loves Raymond,” ”The Big Bang Theory” and “Mom.” He trusted viewers would be curious to see well-known actors coming back for new roles, like Kevin James, Robin Williams, Julia Louis-Dreyfus or Matt LeBlancA former actor who loves the world of show biz, Moonves gave the green light in decisions large and small. He’d often decide which actors would guest star in series, and what castaways would go on “Survivor.” Even after he became a corporate chieftain, he loved to keep his hands in the mix, and he loved talking about it.The decision to replace David Letterman with Stephen Colbert looked like a failure after one year. But Moonves sensed he needed help, and brought an executive from CBS News, Chris Licht, to run the show backstage and free Colbert to do what he did best. It was an offbeat choice that paid off: Colbert is now reigning ratings king of late-night television.Similarly, he saw James Corden in a Broadway show and selected him to follow Colbert on the schedule.“Had you ever heard of James Corden?” asked Bill Carter, CNN analyst and author of “The Late Shift” on late-night television. “I had been following the industry for a long time and I had never heard of him.”These are instinctive decisions and not all succeed. But actors like Mark Harmon and Jim Parsons owe a debt to Moonves for unimagined wealth and success.Such absolute power brings with it the possibility of abuse, however. Moonves’ second wife, Julie Chen, faced nepotism whispers as host of CBS’ “Big Brother” reality show and co-host on daytime TV’s “The Talk.” On Wednesday, “Designing Women” creator Linda Bloodworth Thomason wrote a scathing column in The Hollywood Reporter saying that Moonves had disliked her and essentially buried her network career. “Not all harassment is sexual,” she wrote.There are uglier stories. Several women told the New Yorker magazine, which uncovered the misconduct charges against Moonves, that he had essentially ruined or derailed their show business careers. Moonves denies this.With Moonves out of power and no longer a threat, the chance of more stories coming out increases exponentially.What remains unclear is whether others at CBS will be tainted by their own misbehaviour, either enabling Moonves or protected because the boss like them. Another network executive accused in the New Yorker of groping women and tolerating an abusive workplace environment, “60 Minutes” executive producer Jeff Fager, was fired on Wednesday.Moonves has had loyal lieutenants, like current entertainment president Kelly Kahl, who has worked with him since they were at the Warner Brothers studio in the early 1990s. But “he has never really put anyone in a succession position,” Carter said. “He never liked the idea.”With the acrimonious exit, whoever eventually takes charge at CBS may not necessarily be interested in people with close ties to Moonves. Who knows how many people that “The Talk” co-host Sharon Osbourne was speaking for on Monday when she said on the air that “everyone here at CBS is nervous about their jobs.”It’s always been something of a mystery in the industry how long CBS’ formula could continue, Ancier said. When would people become sick of the mystery procedurals? “I don’t know,” he said. “I don’t think anyone knows.”But it would be risky for someone to come in and dramatically change what CBS is doing, he said. While people close to Fox News see changes there since Ailes left, the network hasn’t changed its basic direction and remains successful.CBS faces the same test.“Basically, CBS was Les Moonves,” Carter said.Not anymore. FILE – In this Sept. 19, 2017, file photo, Les Moonves, chairman and CEO of CBS Corporation, poses at the premiere of the new television series “Star Trek: Discovery” in Los Angeles. While Moonves is the most powerful CEO brought down yet by sexual misconduct allegations over the past year, CBS is facing criticism for not pushing him out sooner, for thanking him in its announcement and for offering him a potential $120 million in severance. 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Paphos mayor raises stakes in land probePaphos mayor raises stakes in land probe

first_imgPaphos mayor Phedonas Phedonos upped the ante on Thursday, claiming a coterie of politicians and senior civil servants in key positions are implicated in the transfer of Turkish-Cypriot land, in the south, to ineligible persons and companies.“A political meshwork clearly exists involving politicians and civil servants. This intrigue includes movers and shakers, those who enjoy [the benefits of using Turkish-Cypriot properties], and they are well-known cadres of various political parties,” the outspoken mayor told reporters.“You see them always spruced up and wearing their cravats, they’re always out there in the limelight. The reason they are in the public eye pretending to be actively engaged in public affairs, is that if you are a powerful public figure, no one will touch you, but if you’re the little guy [engaging in corrupt practices] they will take your house.”He stopped short of naming names.Since the war and the displacement of populations 43 years ago, all Turkish Cypriot property where the owner is not resident is administered by the state as guardian, collecting low rents, mainly from Greek Cypriot refugees who are deemed as eligible beneficiaries because they lost their own land from the Turkish occupation.It has been found that many Greek Cypriots who rent Turkish-Cypriot land, at token fees, then sub-lease them at far higher rates.Despite the threat of a slander lawsuit, Phedonos kept up the pressure on businessman Nicos Shacolas and his company Cyprus Limni Resorts and Golf Courses Plc, which was granted two licenses for two golf courses in Limni, Paphos.This, Phedonos claimed, the company achieved after securing title deeds over Turkish Cypriot land in the area and being allowed to rent other Turkish Cypriot properties – which under the law it should not have.Whereas only Greek Cypriot refugees are eligible to be granted use of Turkish Cypriot land or properties, there are exceptions: the properties may be rented to either public utilities or to local government authorities, like municipalities, for reasons of public interest.However, Phedonos pointed out, Cyprus Limni Resorts and Golf Courses Plc meets  none of these criteria as it is a private company.The Cyprus Mail understands that Shacolas exchanged land he owned elsewhere in Paphos with some 325,000 square meters of Turkish Cypriot land near Limni and on which the businessman took title deed.In addition, in the same vicinity he rented about 25 separate land plots belonging to different owners and of a total area of 280,000 square meters, for which he paid a nominal rental fee of €3000 per year.Phedonos contends that it was precisely because Shacolas was allowed to own and/or rent Turkish Cypriot properties that he was able to acquire a contiguous tract of land in the area, allowing him to build the Limni golf complex there.Otherwise, the company would have ended up with a smaller area and would have been able only to apply for a single golf license, instead of two licenses for two golf courses.In addition, Phedonos said, initially at Limni due to ecological considerations there was a prohibition on building anything at a distance less than 485 metres from the shoreline; this requirement was later watered down to 285 metres and finally to 200 metres.With Phedonos having let the cat out of the bag, the Cyprus Agricultural Payments Organisation (Capo) publicly conceded on Thursday that some farm subsidies concerning the use of Turkish-Cypriot land may not be above aboard.Head of Capo Timis Efthymiou spoke of inadequate checks on applications for farming subsidies on a per-hectare basis, where this concerned land originally belonging to Turkish Cypriots.It emerged that, up until now, applicants had not been required to also produce a copy of their agreement with the Custodian of Turkish-Cypriot properties, affirming that they were eligible to make use of this category of land, which has special constraints.This state of affairs would be corrected, and presenting a copy of the agreement would become mandatory as of next year, Efthymiou said. The process of reviewing the use of Turkish Cypriot land for farming was begun in December 2015 with former interior minister Socratis Hasikos, he added.Moreover, concerning farming subsidies granted by Capo on state-owned land and Turkish-Cypriot plots, Efthymiou said authorities have tracked some 11,000 cultivations for which no lease contracts are extant.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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first_imgBy Angelos AnastasiouThe government is adhering to its energy planning, following the discovery of substantial gas reserves in Egypt’s exclusive economic zone, and does not intend to sabotage itself by engaging in public dialogue over it, government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides said on Saturday.Christodoulides was responding to criticism by opposition parties, which accused the government of having no plan to safeguard and promote Cyprus’ interests in the energy sector.“We have before us a positive development in [Italian energy company] ENI’s results in Egypt’s exclusive economic zone,” he said.“A development that elevates our region in the energy field, which is positive for Cyprus – and yet we see that the government is being criticised in light of a positive development.”But the issue is too important to derail with public discussions, the government spokesman said.“Cyprus’ energy planning is not only continued but enhanced,” he added.“This is an extremely serious and important issue, and we will not comment on such an issue before specific results are available, as such comments could cause problems and difficulties in the ongoing planning.”Christodoulides pointed out that deliberations with Egypt will continue, per the statement of the country’s energy minister.“There has also been telephone communication between President Anastasiades and President Sisi, during which this issue was also discussed, and we hope it will be finalised soon,” he noted.Anastasiades and the Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, are scheduled to have a tete-a-tete in New York on September 28.“As part of our planning, the President will hold important visits to countries in the region in the coming months, which will touch on our energy planning, among other issues, but as a general comment to everyone, I would like to urge patience and assure them that their criticism will be refuted by the facts,” Christodoulides said.Meanwhile, in response to a statement by DIKO, the government spokesman denied that the issue of settlers is “almost agreed upon” in the Cyprus problem talks, as claimed by daily Simerini on Saturday.“Right now there is discussion on who will be entitled to the nationality of the Republic of Cyprus,” he said. “There is no agreement on this point as of yet. What we are working to achieve is that there will be no change to the demographic character of the Republic of Cyprus compared with the status quo of 1960.”He also denied that agreement has been reached on the number of settlers to remain post-solution. Pressed to say whether the Greek Cypriot side has tabled a demand for the removal of all settlers, Christodoulides argued that the very discussion on settlers proves the existence of the issue.“But I will not make the views of our side public during the discussion,” he said.“It would be irresponsible of us to discuss such serious matters publicly.”He did confirm, however, that the issue of settlers is being discussed as part of the issue of property.“But it is not discussed only in the context of the property issue,” he noted.“There is a particular chapter under which it is being discussed – the issue of nationality.”What is under discussion at this point is who will be entitled to the nationality of the Republic, he added, but the property issue touches on many other important aspects of the Cyprus problem, in addition to the issue of settlers.“On Monday the discussion on criteria, definitions, and categories, will start, and the issue of which settlers will remain and what rights to property they may have will be folded in this discussion,” he said.“But what our side considers most important in terms of the property issue, is that, following the recognition of the individual right to property, the legal owner is afforded priority over the fate of his or her property.”Asked to comment on press reports concerning a proposal to designate Cyprus as a transport hub for Gaza, Christodoulides acknowledged the idea but said it will be discussed with the European Council’ President Donald Tusk, during his visit to Cyprus.“Mr Tusk will arrive to Cyprus on September 10, and among the issues he will discuss with the President is the status of the Cyprus problem negotiations, the economy, and the role Cyprus can play in the region,” he said.“The Gaza issue was an idea floated in the past, the adoption of which could demonstrate Cyprus’ role in the region. We will have to wait to see if it gets support, but what I can affirm is Cyprus’ readiness to assist when asked to, in collaboration with other countries in the region.”You May LikeDirectExposeWorld’s First Surviving Octuplets Are All Grown Up. Look At Them 9 Years LaterDirectExposeUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndoSenior Living | Search AdsCheap Senior Apartments in Rowland Heights Are Turning HeadsSenior Living | Search AdsUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoVarosha move merely a ‘PR stunt’ by Ozersay, expert saysUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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