A new viral video titled Alia: Genius Of The Year, created by funny portal AIB and directed by Shakun Batra of Ek Main Aur Ek Tu fame, announces that Bollywood’s Gen-Next glam brigade has grown up and is gradually learning to take jokes on them.The video takes potshots at Alia’s supposed dumbness and her eventual transformation to a brainy babe. It has taken the virtual world by storm and has received more than 20 lakh hits in less than two days. Meanwhile, Alia’s fans have applauded the actress’ guts to come on screen to narrate her journey “From Dolce Gabbana to smart like Shabana”, by singing up for the Dumb Belle Mental Gym to upgrade her mental aptitude.Alia Bhatt in a still from the spoof videoAlia had apparently become a troll topic on the Internet after she named Prithviraj Chauhan as the President of India on Koffee with Karan. “Alia did not waste a minute to be a part of the spoof and neither did her father, who thought that it was a unique culture we were trying to create,” says AIB member Tanmay Bhatt.”In India, film stars do not parody themselves, which takes away the fun from our lives,” adds Bhatt, expressing his surprise over how the video has emerged as the biggest hit online. The video features Alia discussing her plight of being anointed as Bollywood’s official dumb blonde. The Bhatt family, including Alia’s dad and film-maker Mahesh Bhatt, joins in to read out an SMS joke: “Alia Bhatt thinks the national animal is Tiger Shroff”. “The new crop of actors is a far more chilled out lot, who enjoy and connect with the online crowd,” adds Bhatt, profusely applauding Batra for making the film in a shoe-string budget.advertisementOthers who feature in the video are ‘Garibo ka Wolverine’ Arjun Kapoor, ‘The other PC’ Parineeti Chopra-who sought an edge over Alia as she is taller-and ‘NRI Emotion Exploiter’ Karan Johar who says, “We have hot and clever heroines, and they’re called heroes.”Fell down laughing!! Talent wth a twist, @aliaa08 u are sensational! https://t.co/PRSnx34ztd Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) August 25, 2014Hahaha!! Toooo clever u r baby… https://t.co/KBykr99v3c @aliaa08 ! PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) August 25, 2014@aliaa08 @AllIndiaBakchod minnnnnndblowing alu! Hahahahah Masaba Gupta (@MasabaG) August 25, 2014″Be a God and laugh at yourself”. Alia demolishes herself. This is her best performance till date!! http://t.co/ch9hwMU2tD Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) August 25, 2014So proud of you my baby!!! @aliaa08 this is what you call “sporting”…..http://t.co/EmckgNdGZ1 @shakunbatra Karan Johar (@karanjohar) August 25, 2014Bollywood’s Young Guns can Laugh at ThemselvesWell Done @aliaa08 @ParineetiChopra n @arjunk26HystericalPl Watchhttp://t.co/Rv2mCxAg1R atul kasbekar (@atulkasbekar) August 25, 2014BRAVO @aliaa08 this is superb! And its also @karanjohar s best performance ever! http://t.co/5SNyGeO8Wv @AllIndiaBakchod Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) August 25, 2014Congratulations team @AllIndiaBakchod ….1.5 million views in a day…it’s a viral blockbuster!!! https://t.co/HcjDUCPIQQ Karan Johar (@karanjohar) August 26, 2014Hahaa brilliant @aliaa08 so endearing n sporting n kudos to @AllIndiaBakchod n cast,must watch…http://t.co/CWVBcztcVV Sidharth Malhotra (@S1dharthM) August 25, 2014Aaaaaahaha? And THATS how it’s done Alia Bhatt – Genius of the Year !! What a sport!! Super job AIB ? http://t.co/q3gVFvSqnU Mini Mathur (@minimathur) August 25, 2014Now this is funny.. Hahahaha.. Love it. Full points to @aliaa08 @shakunbatra @karanjohar http://t.co/cew7ml3d1j Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) August 25, 2014Unbelievably funny -Take a Bow @aliaa08 Shakun @AllIndiaBakchod – @karanjohar you are superb (award winning performance). Riteish Deshmukh (@Riteishd) August 25, 2014this is one of the best thing you wil get to see in a long time… clap clap for @karanjohar @aliaa08 @mojorojo https://t.co/aeTMfvQyjS sujoy ghosh (@sujoy_g) August 25, 2014
Wednesday night’s Champions League meeting between Tottenham and Inter at Wembley should have been an opportunity for Juan Foyth to line out against fellow Argentines Mauro Icardi and Lautaro Martinez. Instead, the young defender was forced to watch from the sidelines because he had not been included in Spurs’ Champions League squad for the 2018-19 group stage.”That is so painful,” Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino admitted beforehand. “It’s a mistake we made that at this level of football we cannot repeat again. We need to find a solution. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! “It is painful to have a player like him off the list but we will finish [the group stage] soon and hope that in March we can do a new list and we can include him on it.”Essentially, Foyth’s rapid progress this season even caught Tottenham by surprise. Injured at the time Pochettino was picking his Champions League squad, the 20-year-old was not expected to play a major role in the 2018-19 campaign.However, he has now started Spurs’ last three Premier League games, even netting the only goal in the 1-0 win at Crystal Palace to further endear himself to the north London club’s supporters.Foyth’s emergence, though, is even generating excitement back home. Argentina’s present may not be particularly impressive, but the nation’s future still looks bright. Paulo Dybala stands out as a talent who can lead the Albiceleste to glory in the years to come, with Inter pair Icardi and Martinez also ideally placed to trouble goalkeepers across the world.Now, all of the early evidence suggests that Foyth, while still a novice in the professional game, has the potential to become a key man in his country’s defence in the coming years. Not that his form will come as much of a surprise. After all, Foyth was born and raised in hometown club Estudiantes of La Plata, a famed breeding ground for tough, uncompromising defenders. Ironically, it was a former Arsenal man, Nelson Vivas, who handed the teenager his debut in March 2017, and he quickly established a regular spot in the heart of the Pincha’s defence as they claimed third place in that year’s Primera Division standings behind Boca Juniors and River Plate.Even with that promising start, which included appearances in the South American Under-20 Championship and Junior World Cup, it still came as rather a surprise when Tottenham signed him for £8 million ($10.2m) last year, as he only had nine professional games under his belt.In his debut season, the youngster featured just twice in the Carabao Cup but a spate of injuries to the Tottenham backline gave him a chance to shine this term.Foyth’s Premier League bow was admittedly inauspicious. The defender gave away two penalties in a 3-2 victory over Wolves and displayed the kind of nervousness that suggested that the enormity of the occasion had got the better of him.Better was to come, however. Reacting instantly to a rebound following Harry Kane’s header, Foyth converted past Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey to score the winner in a tense derby at Selhurst Park.It was the perfect response to his Wolves nightmare and capped a fine game alongside Toby Alderweireld in the Spurs defence, leaving his manager purring.”He is an intelligent, smart player and he has the potential to be one of the best centre-backs in Europe,” Pochettino enthused at the final whistle.”Of course, he was very disappointed last week [against Wolves], he felt responsible but that’s the job of the coaching staff to work with a player and we laughed about the situation. To improve, you have to make mistakes and that is going to help him.”He has so much potential and only needs time and games to improve. He is a very good prospect for us.”Formerly a midfielder in the Estudiantes youth set-up prior to his conversion into a centre-half, that legacy shines through in Foyth’s comfort on the ball. His distribution and timing on the pass is impeccable, making him the perfect fit for Spurs’ possession-based game. He’s not afraid to dribble out from the back either, as he showed with both Estudiantes and Argentina with a couple of hair-raising slaloms during his breakout season.Foyth’s talent has also caught the eye of those in charge of Argentina’s national team, currently in a rebuilding process under Lionel Scaloni after the disaster that was the 2018 World Cup campaign.Scaloni called Foyth to the national team in November for the first time, and a sterling showing in Cordoba as Argentina saw off Mexico 2-0 only confirmed his great potential. And he showed no sign of letting up on his return to London, keeping a world-class forward like Eden Hazard firmly under wraps as Spurs took a priceless victory against their neighbours last weekend.If there is one criticism to be aimed at the youngster, it is that he needs to reel in his enthusiasm somewhat. Having conceded a pair of penalties in his Premier League debut, Foyth was extremely lucky not to give away another spot-kick on Saturday for a shove on Hazard in the Spurs box.But it is all part of the learning curve, and with time he will curb that anxiety and keep a cooler head when needed. For the present, he may have to be content with odd appearances deputising for Spurs’ more experienced centre-backs.Time, however, is on his side. With Toby Alderweireld widely tipped to leave north London at the end of the season, Foyth will continue to play ever bigger a part in Pochettino’s plans, having overcome those initial wobbles to show his class at Premier League level.From Argentina’s perspective too, his emergence is more than welcome. Icardi and Martinez might score plenty of goals but the Albiceleste still need to stop them – and while it is still early to draw definitive conclusions, Foyth might just be the right man for the job. 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World Cup gold medallist Apurvi Chandela Saturday called the fierce competition in the Indian women’s air rifle team a good thing as it motivates her to go the extra mile be in terms of “meditation” or “visualisation practices”.India’s Chandela shattered the world record on her way to the women’s 10m air rifle gold with an incredible sequence of scores in the ISSF World Cup here.”All of them coming up is actually good for the sport. I needed to push myself further and I have been performing consistently since the last year,” Apurvi said about the intense competition from Anjum Moudgil, Elavenil Valarivan and Mehuli Ghosh in this event.”I looked at it in a way that I get motivated, push myself harder, I can’t settle down at any score, there is no satisfaction that I think can take from it. That’s actually a good thing for me. It keeps me motivated.”Asked about the 2018 World Cup final in Munich, where she had the gold in her grasp before an inexplicable slip-up in the 19th shot pushed her outside the medal bracket, the 26-year-old said she has overcome that disappointment.”In Munich World Cup, I was leading and I came fourth. I was just coming down and it was a freak shot, the trigger just got pressed, it wasn’t a malfunction or anything.”But I am happy that I could overcome that and did not let that get into my way today. I actually beat my own self in a way,” she said about the outing in which a 5.9 dashed her hopes.advertisementMany moods of @apurvichandela after winning her first @ISSF_Shooting World Cup Gold with a world record score of 252.9! Kudos girl! #ISSFWCND2019 #ISSFWorldCup pic.twitter.com/beulo8GNM0NRAI (@OfficialNRAI) February 23, 2019To improve trigger control, Apurvi said she does a “lot of meditation and visualisation practises”.”It’s a long process which I have been working on. It was just pressure handling. To get better, I had to push myself. Earlier, I used to take less time and shoot early, but now I take a little longer to settle down a bit.”About the last few shots in Saturday’s final, she said, “I was just trying to control my nerves, nerves do play a big role. I just asked myself to stay calm as it was a matter of few more shots.”Her mother, Bindu, a former basketball player who represented Rajasthan in the Nationals, travels with her for training as well as competitions, including abroad.”Being a sportsperson myself, I understand the situation better when I am around her. You know I never have high expectations and all,” her mother said.”She is usually there even abroad,” Apurvi said.The surprising but loud cheers from behind helped in the final, as she rallied to grab the second place with a 10.6 in the 11th shot. Rifle or pistol shooting events at the Dr Karni Singh Range never attracted such a turnout.India’s Chandela rocks New Delhi’s final hall, winning the first gold medal of the 2019 ISSF World Cup with a new world record https://t.co/oXvDJzwq27 #ISSF #ISSFWC #ISSFWorldCup @OfficialNRAI @apurvichandela @ioaindia pic.twitter.com/kAixRqTt3oISSF (@ISSF_Shooting) February 23, 2019″I wasn’t maybe in the centre but I do not usually plan my scoring like that. I think, at the start, my positioning was a little off. So, I tweaked my settings a bit. My aim was not to shoot a 10.1 in the first shot definitely but I am happy that I could build up and reach a world record,” said Apurvi.”The last one month I am working really hard on finals and qualifications also. And even in January I have gone abroad for open competitions. I won a gold there as well, so I took confidence and that competition helped me today in handling pressure.”When asked about the noisy crowd, she said, “Actually the crowd was motivating me and I could hear ‘India, India’. It helped me in sticking to my technique and executing each shot the way I wanted to.”The pressure was there definitely, I am happy I could control it and execute.”Though she has secured a quota for the 2020 Olympics, she knows that she will have to maintain her form and scores in the run-up to the quadrennial extravaganza, to keep her place.”When I got my quota also, the aim was not to get the quota only, it was just about following my technique and putting whatever I trained into use. I was focussed on every shot, keeping my calm.”advertisement
Besiktas 1 Monaco 1: Tosun penalty puts Turkish champions on brink of qualification Jamie Smith 02:55 11/2/17 Twitter/@BesiktasEnglish Monaco’s chances of repeating last season’s run to the Champions League semi-finals look slim after a 1-1 draw at Besiktas on Wednesday. Besiktas are on the brink of qualifying for the knockout rounds of the Champions League for the first time since the competition was rebranded after earning a 1-1 draw at home to Monaco on Wednesday.The Turkish champions came from behind against Monaco for the second time in a fortnight in Group G, Cenk Tosun scoring his third goal in two games against the Ligue 1 team to claim a point at Vodafone Park.Marcos Lopes lit up a tame first half with a fine goal shortly before the interval, curling a low strike into Fabri’s bottom-right corner after finding room just outside the penalty area. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player But Besiktas levelled nine minutes after the restart, Tosun smashing a penalty past Monaco goalkeeper Danijel Subasic after Jorge’s poor tackle fouled Ricardo Quaresma, while Keita Balde Diao wasted a fine chance to win the match by shooting straight at Fabri in injury timeSenol Gunes’ Besiktas will now seal qualification for the next phase of the Champions League if RB Leipzig win at Porto later in the day.Monaco face an uphill task to qualify as last season’s surprise semi-finalists are bottom of the section, Leonardo Jardim’s men having taken only two points from their four group games so far.The first effort of the game took 15 minutes to arrive, Youri Tielemans flicking a header at goal from a Thomas Lemar corner but finding only Besiktas goalkeeper Fabri.Monaco were then forced into an early attacking change when Stevan Jovetic replaced France international Lemar due to an injury.The visitors continued to make the better openings in a tight first half, Fabri smothering a Lopes effort after Jovetic got clear down the left and slid a low cross into the box.After Besiktas right-back Gokhan Gonul drilled wide from a fine position, Monaco deservedly took the lead on the stroke of half-time.Lopes collected a pass from Joao Moutinho 30 yards from goal, wriggled into a pocket of space and bent a 20-yard drive into Fabri’s bottom-right corner.Tosun scored twice to turn the reverse fixture around after Monaco took the lead and the striker got Besiktas on level terms again from the penalty spot.54′- CENK TOSUNNNN….We are all even at Istanbul #Beşiktaş #UCL pic.twitter.com/rGL62x108u — Beşiktaş JK English (@BesiktasEnglish) November 1, 2017 Quaresma turned Jorge in the box and the defender could only bring the winger down with a desperate lunge, Tosun hammering his kick into the roof of the net despite Subasic diving the right way.Portugal winger Quaresma then missed a fine chance due to an untimely slip, with his 20-yard shot clearing the crossbar after Ryan Babel teed him up.Monaco almost retook the lead after 76 minutes when Andrea Raggi’s header was cleared off the line by Oguzhan Ozyakup, while Babel wasted a chance to set up a colleague after bursting into the box with a great run.Jemerson and Keita both sent good chances straight at Fabri in an entertaining end-to-end finale, but the draw leaves Besiktas six points clear atop the group and Monaco are running out of games. read more
Bayern München Lewandowski to sit out Poland friendlies Rob Lancaster Last updated 2 years ago 01:58 11/10/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Bongarts Bayern München Robert Lewandowski Poland v Uruguay Uruguay Poland Friendlies Troubled by a left thigh problem, the Bayern striker has been rested from international duty in the hope he can regain full fitness Robert Lewandowski will not feature for Poland in their upcoming friendlies against Uruguay and Mexico.The Bayern Munich striker scored 16 goals in his country’s successful World Cup qualifying campaign, helping Adam Nawalka’s side secure top spot in Group E.Uruguay 15/8 v Poland Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player However, as the squad begin their preparations for next year’s tournament in Russia, they will have to do without their talismanic hero for Friday’s fixture against Uruguay, as well as the clash with Mexico next Tuesday.Lewandowski has been troubled by a left thigh problem of late, although he still played 90 minutes Bayern’s 3-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund last Saturday.However, rather than take any undue risks, the Polish Football Association has opted to rest the 29-year-old in the hope a break will allow the injury to completely heal.Team-mate Michal Pazdan is also out of the game with Uruguay in Warsaw, although the Legia Warsaw defender could still be fit to face Mexico in Gdansk.
Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said infant mortality rate in the state has come down from 32 to 25 per 1,000 live births. “In #Bangla, we have reduced infant mortality rate (IMR) from 32 to 25 per 1,000 live births,” Banerjee said in a tweet, on the occasion of Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS) Day. The chief minister said ORS are a cost-effective method of health intervention. “Acute diarrhoeal diseases are one of the leading causes of mortality in infants,” Banerjee added.
OTTAWA – Federal New Democrat MPs closed ranks around embattled leader Jagmeet Singh on Wednesday as they blamed a steep learning curve for many of the trials and tribulations that he has experienced since taking over the party last fall.But with the next federal election looming, the question hovering over Singh is whether he can find his footing — and get his caucus on his side — in time.The most recent challenge to Singh’s leadership came this week after several caucus members publicly chastised him for punishing veteran MP David Christopherson, who broke ranks with his party to support a Conservative motion.The motion condemned the Liberal government’s new policy forcing groups that apply for funding under the Canada Summer Jobs program to affirm, among other things, their respect for a woman’s right to an abortion.While a longtime supporter of a woman’s right to choose, Christopherson said he couldn’t support what he believes is an unconstitutional policy that requires churches and other religious groups to disavow their beliefs to qualify for funding.Singh nonetheless removed Christopherson as vice-chair of the powerful procedures and House affairs committee — a move criticized by caucus members, some of whom took the unusual step of complaining in public.After Singh recanted his decision late Tuesday by announcing that Christopherson had been reinstated, NDP MPs sought to put the episode behind them on Wednesday.Among them was former leadership contender Charlie Angus, who had told the Globe and Mail on Tuesday that the decision to punish Christopherson had stunned caucus members and showed “a lack of respect.”In an interview with The Canadian Press on Wednesday, Angus welcomed Christopherson’s reinstatement, even as he and others played down talk of a rift between Singh and his MPs.“Many members of caucus voted for him in the leadership race, so he’s got a strong base and we’re a pretty solid caucus,” Angus said. “With Dave Christopherson back on track, we can do the business that we need to do with Jagmeet as leader.”Christopherson similarly emphasized in a statement that Singh has “shown himself to be a strong leader,” and that he has “complete trust in his leadership.”Yet the Christopherson episode was only the latest in a string of controversies for Singh, several of which have involved disagreements with — and criticism from — his own caucus.Singh faced a backlash last week for not taking a stronger stance against the use of violence by Sikh separatists and backtracked last year after saying a judge who speaks an Indigenous language but not French should be eligible for the Supreme Court.Angus also complained in January about the party putting too much emphasis on social media rather than talking to the grassroots — a comment that coincided with the party plastering pictures of Singh’s engagement to girlfriend Gurkiran Kaur on Twitter.Some observers have suggested that Singh, who doesn’t have a seat in the House of Commons and has instead spent much of his time as leader crisscrossing the country, doesn’t spend enough time in Ottawa.They argue that aside from being away from the cameras, which makes it more difficult to get national attention, the distance has created a disconnect between Singh and the caucus.NDP parliamentary leader Guy Caron appeared to acknowledge as much, saying the party is looking at whether Singh needs to have a “larger presence” in the capital.Singh is also still without a director of communications, despite having been in leader for nearly six months, while some have questioned the experience — or lack thereof — of his leadership team.But Caron and others chalked up Singh’s challenges as part of a natural learning curve that many new leaders — including Jack Layton and Tom Mulcair — faced when taking over a party.“With every leader I’ve worked with, I’ve seen moments that come up like this week,” said longtime B.C. MP Peter Julian.“Generally, what I’m most interested in is how we’re moving forward, and we’re getting quite a head of steam in a number of areas. Which means to me that we’ve got to just redouble our efforts to get ready for 2019.”Former NDP national director Karl Belanger nonetheless said that it is imperative Singh and his MPs resolve their issues now if they want to have any hope next year.“As we get closer to the election,” he said, “people are eager to have a sense of where the party’s going and they hope that the kind of problems that we’ve seen in the past few weeks will not become a common occurrence.”— Follow @leeberthiaume on Twitter.
BEIJING — Dolce&Gabbana goods have disappeared from Chinese e-commerce sites as the fallout grows over remarks insulting China that appeared in the company’s Instagram private messages but that it blamed on hackers.Searches for Dolce&Gabbana turned up no items Thursday on major online retailers such as Alibaba’s Tmall and JD.com. Both companies didn’t respond immediately to requests for comment.Haikou Meilan Airport Duty Free Shop posted a photo of empty shelves on its social media account, saying that they have pulled all Dolce&Gabbana goods. It wrote in another post that “Even if our power is small, we have to show our stance.”Analyst Shaun Rein of China Market Research Group said he expects the luxury goods company to have a tough time in China over the next 6 to 12 months.The Associated Press
Lingering trade spats and a fears of a global economic slowdown stunted corporate deal-making worldwide during the first quarter.Large, international deals that drove the acquisitions market for years nearly disappeared, pushing deal values down by 15% from a year ago. Deal-making in Europe plunged to its lowest level in nearly seven years. Deal values in Asia plunged as China faced a damaging trade war with the U.S. and an economic slowdown.Companies eased off from deal-making amid concerns that the global economy was on shaky ground. Stocks nosedived during the fourth quarter, amid fears of a potential recession. The U.S. remained mired in a trade war with China that only worsened an economic slump in that nation. Economies in Europe also skidded and the eventual impact of Britain’s exit from the European Union remains uncertain.The cloudy picture left companies hesitant to move ahead with new mergers and acquisitions, a hesitancy that carried over to the first quarter in most countries.The U.S. managed to buck the trend, as central banks took steps to allay fears about a sharp global slowdown. Companies rode a recovery in the U.S. stock market wave while sitting on lots of extra money from corporate tax cuts. Health care remained the hottest sector for deals. Bristol-Myers Squibb opened the first quarter with a bang, offering $77 billion for Celgene.Interest rates in the U.S. remained relatively low and the nation’s economy experienced stronger growth than the rest of the world.“You weren’t seeing much optimism about combinations in the rest of the world as you were in the U.S.,” Warne said.Companies might now have a better sense of the global economy’s direction after pausing during the first quarter, she said. Many of those companies, still sitting on lots of cash, are looking for other ways to boost earnings over time.The overall slowdown in deals during the first quarter could be a prelude to a spike in deals for the rest of 2019, some experts say. Several large deals have already been announced in the second quarter. Chevron is buying Anadarko Petroleum for $33 billion. Publicis Groupe is buying Epsilon for $4.4 billion.“Pockets of consolidation in some particularly hot sectors, vigorous private equity activity and a healthy domestic deal flow in the U.S. should give hope to dealmakers for the rest of 2019,” said Beranger Guille, global editorial analytics director at MergerMarket.A survey earlier this year by Deloitte found that an increasing number of executives and leaders expect the number of closed deals to rise in 2019, with strong sentiment that the values of those deals will be greater than in 2018. Last year’s tax benefit is still a big factor in driving deals, along with a push by many companies to expand their footprint geographically.Damian J. Troise, The Associated Press
14 December 2011The Security Council today expanded the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping force for the Abyei area, which is contested by South Sudan and Sudan, to include, among other tasks, assisting the two parties to abide by and implement their agreements on the demilitarization of the area. In a resolution, the Council decided that the UN Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) will support the two sides in the operational activities of the Joint Border Verification and Monitoring Mechanism (JBVMM), including carrying out verifications, investigations, monitoring, arbitrations, liaison coordinating, reporting, information exchange, patrols and security.UNISFA will also assist and advise the JBVMM in its overall planning and verification of the implementation of the so-called joint position paper on border security that was agreed upon in May.The mission will be charged with assisting the JBVMM to maintain the geographical and mapping references to be used for the monitoring of the implementation the Agreement on Border Security and the Joint Political and Security Mechanism reached on 29 June.The Council also authorized UNISFA to facilitate liaison between the parties, support them, when requested, in developing effective bilateral management mechanisms along the border and help them to build mutual trust. It requested South Sudan and Sudan to fully implement their commitments under their previous agreements on Abyei.The Council called upon Member States, particularly Sudan and South Sudan, “to ensure the free, unhindered and expeditious movement to and from Abyei and throughout the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone of all personnel, as well as equipment, provisions, supplies and other goods, including vehicles, aircraft and spare parts, which are for the exclusive and official use of UNISFA.”UNISFA’s additional tasks shall be carried out within its authorized capabilities and within an expanded operational area that includes the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone, JBVMM headquarters, sector headquarters and team sites, according to the resolution.The 15-member UN body also urged Sudan and South Sudan to cooperate fully with each other and provide full support to UNISFA, enabling it to fully implement its mandate, and requested the Secretary-General to keep it informed of progress in implementing UNISFA’S additional tasks and to bring to its attention any serious violations of agreements.The Council established UNISFA on 27 June for an initial six months following an outbreak of violence after Sudanese troops took control of the area, displacing tens of thousands of people in the weeks before South Sudan became independent after seceding from Sudan.Last week, the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Hervé Ladsous, told the Council that the security situation in Abyei remains fragile, with both South Sudan and Sudan failing to withdraw their armed forces as agreed under the demilitarization pact reached in June.
Arulseeli Sritharan claims she was too frightened to travel through the country’s capital on her own passport for fear of being arrested by officials looking for her fiance, who is an ex-rebel fighter.Now she is claiming asylum and hopes eventually to be allowed to work in Britain.She said: “I can’t go back because I will be killed. There are so many people back home like me. I will learn English and do charity work and do whatever I can for this country.” “I would probably say 80 to 85% of people arriving from Sri Lanka are coming on fake passports,” she said. “The only means is through fake passports. It’s big business and a risky business.” “There’s a whole workforce. They want to contribute and fear for their life and are grateful to Britain if they are here. So they want to contribute back.”We spoke to a Sri Lankan woman in the temple who came to Britain on a fake passport last summer. She said she bought it through an agent because she feared for her life. Thevarajah and Kaly live in the UK and have both been denied asylum. Thevarajah came nearly 20 years ago but can only support his family through odd jobs getting cash in hand.They live in a single room where they eat, sleep and spend all their time.The couple have two children aged eight and six who were born in Britain. The children say they are too embarrassed to bring school friends home because their lives are so different. A Sri Lankan community leader has told Sky News the vast majority of illegal immigrants arriving in Britain from the country are coming on fake passports.Ambihai Seevaratnam, who works in human rights and is chairperson of Croydon temple in south London, says it has become much more difficult to get visas to come to the UK and that Tamils fleeing Sri Lanka are turning to agents to buy fake Sri Lankan passports and fake visas. Others who have lost their asylum applications hope Brexit could open up new opportunities for them. Ms Seevaratnam believes that Brexit could provide job opportunities for the hundreds or even thousands who are coming on fake passports from Sri Lanka each year. All four members of the family sleep on a door covered with blankets on the floor.They hope that after years of living in the shadows Brexit might offer a way into society for them, though there’s no evidence this is the case.While Thevarajah and Kaly are able to access healthcare through their old asylum documents Kaly says she would like to go to college to study and hopes one day to work in child care.Kaly said: “We cook and sleep and do everything in one room. The children talk about their friends and their lifestyle. My son doesn’t want to be ashamed.”
Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,572.68, up 53.80 points).Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSX:NMX). Materials. Down 4.5 cents, or 12 per cent, to 33 cents on 7.5 million shares.Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Materials. Down six cents, or 0.26 per cent, to $22.71 on 4.7 million shares.B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Materials. Down nine cents, or 2.07 per cent, to $4.26 on 4.1 million shares.Encana Corporation. (TSX:ECA). Energy. Up seven cents, or 1.16 per cent, to $6.11 on 3.9 million shares.Royal Bank of Canada. (TSX:RY). Financial Services. Up 78 cents, or 0.74 per cent, to $105.50 on 3.6 million shares.Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Basic Materials. Down eight cents, or 2.13 per cent, to $3.67 on 3.1 million shares.Companies in the news:Air Canada. (TSX:AC). Up 12 cents to $44.22. Air Canada says it is resuming daily flights between Vancouver and Delhi on Aug. 1, and Toronto and Delhi on Oct. 1. The move comes after Pakistan reopened its airspace to all traffic last week for the first time in nearly five months.Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B) Down 56 cents to $69.34. Rogers Communications Inc. CEO Joe Natale says that the response to the company’s wireless plans that don’t charge overage fees has been overwhelmingly positive. The comments came as the company’s overall subscriber additions in the second quarter missed analyst estimates.The Canadian Press
Rio Tinto today priced $2.5 billion of five-year, $1.75 billion of ten-year and $750 million of 20-year SEC registered securities. The bonds were issued by Rio Tinto Finance (USA), with payment of principal and interest fully guaranteed by Rio Tinto plc and Rio Tinto Ltd. Rio Tinto’s Chief Financial Officer Guy Elliott commented: “The success of this bond issue underlines the financial strength and asset quality of Rio Tinto. Last year we raised $38 billion of debt to buy Alcan, creating a world leading business in aluminium. It had always been our intention to repay the debt from our strong cash flows and from asset disposals and to term out the debt as the opportunity arises. Our disposal program remains firmly on track, and cash flows are continuing to run strongly – as this week’s iron ore price settlement reflects.”The five-year notes pay a coupon of 5.875% and will mature in July 2013, the ten-year notes pay a coupon of 6.50% and will mature in July 2018 and the 20-year notes pay a coupon of 7.125% and will mature in July 2028.Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank Securities, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley and RBS Greenwich Capital were joint book-running managers. Société Généralé was lead manager. ANZ Securities; Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria; Calyon; Daiwa Securities America; Mitsubishi UFJ Securities and Mizuho International were co-managers. Proceeds from this issuance will be used to repay bank debt drawn for the Alcan acquisition.
Corée du Sud : des chutes de neige record paralysent une partie du paysDepuis plusieurs jours, le nord-est de la Corée du Sud est paralysé par des chutes de neige record, qui si elles ont cessé hier, devraient tomber à nouveau dès ce soir.Depuis un siècle, la Corée du Sud n’avait jamais connu de telles chutes de neige. Depuis vendredi, le nord-est du pays doit faire face à de fortes intempéries, qui ont bloqué des centaines d’automobilistes sur les routes. De nombreuses terres agricoles ont en outre été endommagées, tandis que des dizaines de bâtiments se sont effondrés sous le poids de la neige, rapporte le site de l’Express. À lire aussiQuand un panda s’attaque à un bonhomme de neige au CanadaDans les montagnes de Samcheok, un mètre de neige est tombé samedi. La veille, la ville de Gangneung, près de Pyeongchang, était ensevelie sous 77,7 centimètres de neige. Des milliers de soldats et de fonctionnaires ont été mobilisés pour dégager les routes, tandis que des hélicoptères ont été envoyés dans les villages isolés afin d’apporter nourriture et produits de première nécessité aux habitants de ces régions reculées.Alors que les dégâts sont à ce jour estimés à 4,3 millions de dollars, la neige a cessé de tomber hier. Mais les services météorologiques prévoient dès ce soir de nouvelles tempêtes.Le 14 février 2011 à 15:17 • Emmanuel Perrin
Terming children and juveniles as future leaders, prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday urged them to be imbued with the spirit of patriotism and the liberation war to ensure the country’s forward march.“We want you (children) will build Bangladesh as a developed and prosperous country,” she told a reception to mark the Independence Day.The same day, opposition Jatiya Oikya Front leader Kamal Hossain emphasised a united movement of people to restore their rights and democracy in the country.Principal opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party, a key component of the Front as well, called upon the people to take a fresh vow to free party chairperson Khaleda Zia from jail through a movement, apart from restoration of democracy.The main opposition has criticised the ruling camp for returning to power by means of ‘intimidation and rigging’ in the 30 December 2018 election won by the Awami League and its allies.Talks of development in focusPrime minister Sheikh Hasina said her government would fulfill Bangabandhu’s dream by establishing Bangladesh as the most peaceful, developed and prosperous country in South Asia, reports BSS.She was addressing the Independence and National Day-2019 rally of children and juveniles at Bangabandhu National Stadium in the city in the morning. The liberation war affairs ministry and Dhaka district administration jointly arranged the function.Sheikh Hasina renewed her call to parents, guardians, teachers and religious leaders to remain careful in keeping the children out of the influences of militancy, terrorism and drugs addiction.Sheikh Hasina also urged them to flourish their merit and thinking by practicing sports and games and culture alongside pursuing study.Sheikh Hasina said the government also constituted the Education Assistance Trust Fund so that the poor but meritorious students get scope for study.Earlier, the national anthem was performed when the prime minister arrived at the reception dais of Bangabandhu National Stadium at 8am.Kamal for restoring people’s rightsJatiya Oikya Front convener Kamal Hossain on Tuesday stressed the need for a united movement of people for the restoration of their rights and a democratic governing system.”We’ve been on a movement and we must continue it uniting people to get rid of the current situation of the country and restore people’s rights,” he said.Kamal came up with the remarks while talking to reporters after paying homage to the liberation war martyrs at Savar National Mausoleum, marking the 49th Independence Day, reports UNB.Kamal, also the president of Gono Forum, said the nation got the independence and constitution, and introduced a democratic governing system through movements. “But we must consolidate the unity of people and carry out a movement to make the democratic governing system functional.”As per the constitution, he said, people are the owners of all power and the state. “Those who deprived people of their ownership of the country they’ve committed an anti-constitutional and anti-liberation act. We’ll have to carry out a united movement so that no one can deprive us of our rights.”As his attention was drawn to BNP’s allegation of restoration of one-party rule by the current government, Kamal said people’s unity can resist autocracy.He also said people’s unity is the of all power. “Those who want to deprive people of such power they create divisions among people. So, we all must wage a united movement to completely get rid of the current situation.”BNP emphasises release of Khaleda ZiaThe BNP urged people to take a fresh vow to restore democracy and free Khaleda Zia from jail through a movement, reports UNB.”On this great day, we call upon people to take a vow to restore democracy, uphold the goals and spirit of the Liberation War and free mother of democracy Khaleda Zia,” said BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.Talking to reporters, after paying homage to liberation war martyrs by placing wreaths together with BNP leaders and activists at Savar National Mausoleum, he also said, “We must restore democracy and ensure the release of our leader (Khaleda Zia) through a movement.”Fakhrul alleged that the Awami League government has ruined the spirit and ideals with what people had waged the liberation war in 1971.He also accused the ruling party of establishing a one-party rule almost like Baksal. “People’s all the rights, including voting one, have been snatched while they have no security of their lives.”BNP standing committee members Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain , Abdul Moyeen Khan, the BNP chairperson’s advisers Abdus Salam, BNP joint secretary general Khairul Kabir Khokon, publicity secretary Shahid Uddin Chowdhury Annie and organising secretary Shama Obaid accompanied Fakhrul at the national mausoleum.From the Savar National Mausoleum, the BNP leaders went to Zia’s Sher-e-Bangla Nagar grave and paid homage to him by placing wreaths in the morning.
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News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more Feature | March 06, 2014 Survey of Healthcare Executives Reveals Top Priorities for IT Investments Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more News | Artificial Intelligence | July 31, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Solution Improves Clinical Trial Recruitment Clinical trials are a critical tool for getting new treatments to people who need them, but research shows that… read more March 6, 2014 — Interoperability, mobile connectivity and technologies that drive real-time actionable information at the point of care will be the focus of health information technology (IT) investments in 2014. This is according to the results of a new healthcare leadership survey released by Philips Healthcare. To date, electronic medical records (EMRs) have been the most widely adopted HIT, with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) reporting EMR reimbursements totaled more than $15.1 million as of June 2013. Preparing to meet Meaningful Use Stage 2 criteria, healthcare leaders are looking to expand EMR capabilities to support and improve the quality of care by measuring clinical outcomes and sharing patient information.The survey of 142 healthcare leaders was conducted by HIMSS Media on behalf of Philips Healthcare and announced at the 2014 annual meeting of the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). It aimed to determine how providers are prioritizing technology investment and adoption to address healthcare reform initiatives. Of the 142 respondents, 85 percent represent either standalone hospitals or integrated delivery networks (IDNs). Nearly 40 percent of respondents are in C-level positions, with the predominant position being chief information office, and another 30 percent comprising IT directors and managers.”EMRs must meaningfully use the information across a hospital’s network to improve care and add value for the patient,” said Joe Frassica, vice president and chief medical information officer, patient care and monitoring solutions for Philips Healthcare. “One of the major complaints of hospital systems about their EMRs is their inability to access the data that’s incorporated into the EMR and use it for meaningful patient intervention.”According to the survey results, 53 percent of respondents selected EMR applications as garnering the lion’s share of their healthcare organization’s technology purchasing budget. Interfacing and integration applications were selected by 27 percent. Other key findings are summarized below. 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The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) recently honoured seven outstanding people from the world of travel and tourism as “Global Ambassadors of Peace through Tourism” at World Travel Market (WTM), London. Dr. Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General of UNWTO, was conferred with the IIPT Lifetime Achievement Award as a “Global Man of Peace.” In his keynote address, Dr. Rifai said that for the 7th consecutive year, the growth in tourism had exceeded growth in other sectors. However, he added that tourism is far more than numbers and statistics. To travel is a basic human right. Quoting Mark Twain he said, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness.”The 1.8 billion tourists expected to travel the world by 2030 could be 1.8 billion opportunities or 1.8 billion disasters – the choice, he said, is ours. There is no conflict between growth and sustainability, he said, because sustainability is beyond “Going Green” it’s about sustaining life on Earth. “As I come to the end of my journey as Secretary-General,” he said “the thought I would like to leave with is ‘Whatever you do, do it to make the world a better place.’”D’Amore, Founder President, IIPT, said, “IIPT is privileged and grateful to pay tribute to Dr. Taleb Rifai for his global leadership these past eight years. We have been most honoured to have Dr. Rifai grace the stage at IIPT WTM events as our featured keynote speaker over the past several years – and to have his unwavering support for IIPT initiatives in our mission to make the travel and tourism industry – the world’s first global peace industry. We look forward to a continuing relationship with him in the years ahead as we join hands in efforts to promote the transformative role of tourism in “making the world a better place. Ajay Prakash, President, IIPT India, said, “As the UN International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development draws to a close, it’s important to accept that the work is far from complete and that we need to carry the impetus forward into the years ahead. While it’s axiomatic that peace is vital to the promotion of tourism, it is important to reiterate that tourism can be a vital force for the propagation of peace and this can happen only if the concept of Peace through Tourism forms part of the core business philosophy of the tourism industry.” Commenting on the rationale of the awards, Prakash continued, “Because tourism is so people-centric it is important to recognize and honour exceptional persons in the field who can serve as role models and inspire others to carry the baton.”The theme of the awards event was “Tourism – A Catalyst for Peace”, featuring Dr. Rifai as the Keynote Speaker. Supported by “Incredible India” and the UNWTO, this first edition of the Awards was sponsored by Cox & Kings.IIPT plans to make the “Ambassadors of Peace Through Tourism” awards an annual feature at WTM London.
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